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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 14, THti THRfig Several gcod positions are advertised in the "Situations Vacant" YOUR EYE OF THIS COLUMN-YOD NEED NOT BE OUT OF WOSK Consider Town Mpager Plan Several N'ominees Favor' Plan For Efficiency's Sake-School Board Matters (From Our Taber Correspondent) CARDSTON, Dec. ratepay specllve attitudes assumed by each in- dividual nomiuec, it inay bo- reported In brief, by'stating that a general sen- timent'prevailed among all town coun- cillors that the managerial form of government should bo thoroughly In- quired into and that If possible to ef- fect a saving in efficiency nominees to-the toWu council, school cUrd-for this form board and hospital board eiprols affairs. Mr. Card had served on the themselves on the public questions ol council for: six "years and he stated the .day as they affect town of 'that he knew >-ot positive "waste Uardston, was exceedingly vroll attend- and inefficiency to the carc- ed and highly Interesting to all pres jes3nes3 of tho counu'llors but to their Tua court crowded and insbilitj to serve the public at tho overflowing-, many persons harlnjr to. eipcnse o'f their ovrn flmale business stand up t i I l' MAYOR OF JAW was also a oulo generally accept to 'reconstruct Its' the due deal vhen the atmosphere Tvilh town politics. i The meeting first of all passed uu auimonsly, a 'motion "proposed by Mr. Wight and sccbnded-by Mr. Thos. An- derson. Lthat 'each candidate should bo required to state his re dltions must ba and that it Eard to .the following was false oconom., to Eucn con School Board Nominees i gestetl conditfoas to exist in tho school 1 Holy do you propose to rellFne but (hit tho vital problem _ivhici power plant. 'School Matters The unanimous opinion ot all school board rominecs was that present cjn the.present congested condition in our- Tubllc school? J What Is your policy, with regard to a High school building, for Cards ton? 3 IJow do >ou propose to handle the school gymnasium? 4. .What is your attltudo tvilh. ire- Bard to the Teachers'. Alliance? a How do jou propose to Dnance tho such ei- lequlres.'' C.; Would you be inlavor of Increas- teachers' salaries? (This last Question was'added as an amendment to the motion, "by Mr C W Hurt, and carried) Town would sohe all other problems "iaance ing inhere 13 the mono) com "Taies are at :their 'limit. of tie people's money should be'Judi- ciously handled, .but it the people "killed" him at the polls, then he hoped they would erect a grave for.him arid sins bis funeral song over his political remains, and then he closed his fight- ing speech by singing that funeral song himself, simply to givo the rate- payers of how Lo wanted it Tills meeting was certainly" a good get-together niceting, and good feeling aiiil co-operation was the of This is tbo problem for the new board tbs speeches Certainly Cardston is to meet, and !t is one that only strong, to be proud of tho number and aggressive, and persistent memueraiOf its candidates for rnblic positions vill bo able to sohe It is airlght to for where else conlrl jou go to fiad1 speud wisely tho monev at dls fifteen nominees In a rauniclpil elec posal but -whan that money is far from enoagh to meet vour needs then It la Ihe evident duty.-.of that 'perfion" or board to iinraediately, not fu: lure date set about for and means tp; raise', that extra money. Generally speaking', the school board noinnieea are a strong lineup and each Individual candidate has qualiflcafioiis that aro necessary for such a How do you propose to overcome j posjtion viould be useless to pass the presenl inefhclency in our public. Judgment In each ease, (elecUon today" utilities, (a) Tho powerhouse, (b) wl'l do but, however the election The svslem I goes Cardston ma) rest assured (that 2 What steps should be taken to'every nominee Is a tood candidate and equalize the taiation assessment to a will serve the town (o tlte'Wt of hia more Just basis as between merchants or her'abilitv and fanners' Ot the hospital board nominees ifrs 5 .Are joa in favor of a town man I Mary Leadbetter made a strong appeal ager beiug appointed who shall work for the need of a woman on the hos under tho council and mayor, and be pital board and her speech well responses for the efficiency in all received and applauded by lie meet public departments9 ing Hospital Board Nominees J 0 Gaboon, modest nnas No definite questions were propound suming way, appealed for support by ans one but a general statement wholly on a business and efficiency of policy was requested I basis __ Manager Plan i Perhaps the most aggresslte 'speech Without going into detail as the re- of tho' meeting given by H. C MEDITERRANEAN CRUISE Under the auspices of Thos Cook i. Song and American Express Co The S C CARONIA" (20 000 will sail from Now York Jandary 15th, on a SEVEN WEEKS CRUISE, MEDITERRANEAN and EGYPT. SAILINGS rjl l To Dec. Dec D c Dec. Dec. Calabria From "Vdrk Now New York. New York. Now York. Portland, Me. New York Liverpool Cnerbourg-Sot'thampton erpool 1 nerpool .Naples-Trieste" Glasgow-1 .Moville-Gla'sgow Deo. .Jan. Full information concerning tho Cruise and Saiiings-afteT-lDecember 30th can secured from all the Company's OIBce, 270 Main-Street Winnipeg. _ All Money received in the HeraUi Football Competition is paid out in prizes. "Buy at Home" tiou in anv town the, size of fjirdstou It reflects greatly dredit pf'ihe c tiienship o' the and liooe that sucli mterest in public af fairs will grow and increase until Gardston shall be a loan where everv ratenajer is also a citizen, in tho full'mCanlng of the" word, Ontario Fanner Pofiiicians Talk Too Much, They Say British Statesmen Huffed Over Strong About (he Cattle Embargo OTTAWA, Dec She proclaims her glad tidings through our Want Ad. Watch them daily for her mrjjage to you, 'and use them to con- vey your message to the man who is seeking vou. 8c a for price of 4. Minimum Must be Paid In Advance R E P L I E S4 Replies Lave been received for the follow- ing Box Numbers: 19, 28, 33, 37, 55, 64, 75, 80, 83, 87, 89, OWNERSjOF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS PROFESSIONAL AND .BUSINESS CARDS, LADIES make transformations, etc., from your combings. Switches 51.00 an m, Salway Hair Factory, Cardston, Alta. DR. 0. J. COUimCB. DentUt, former- ly of Lethbrldge, has located 679 GranyUle SL, Yancmver, B. C, Phone 3ey.: 9300. 'Opposite son's Bay Co. HE SEERvWITH EASE Foicslgbted men'neve'r allow, them- to get farslghted or oven lojr At the lirsfindlca'.'on ot Impaired eyesight they c6ma to J. M. Hiiicle on and get their vision per fected with proper glasses. J.. Mi HENDERSON Care, of .Wright's Jewelry Store. F. H. WILIONS 81Q11T BPECUMST 327 6th St. S. Opposite the Emimu. Phoni lin- 1MT. SPIRELLA COR8ETIERE: For Appolntrnents Phone. 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. at DIASIOND CffY C. C. CONCERT (Prom' Our Own Correspondent) DIAMOND. City, Dec. A wed; ding of- Placo In Otlawi vvh TORONTO; Dec, T. J .Glov cr's treatment-for 'cancer was under consideration by the committee oE.the Academy of Medicine here list nlg'it Jourrnl this morning puDiishes the of Miming f were united mmarri-iEO members, of- llie Ontario gov j They hiv'o takei in crnment Lave Injured Canada s Commerce Miss former chances of having the British em ly nurse In the bai'go on Canadian rattle removed by The C D S C gave'i on public declaritlons that have inla Dec proved a gonized the Br t sli ministrj is the success The following program was, interprets'ion placed on vfec-kend feiven interest took The council of the acedemy will Wednesday, ,De- PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY Tax Consultations. REUBEN C: HARRIS Sulto J.lAcadlii.'Block. Telephone 1016 3rd Avo DENTIST OSTEOPATHS DR. 3. 9. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. lie-ia-20 Sherlock Hoars 1M2. 2-4. and trf. U9S, "PK'VATE HOSPITALS THE VAN plUI. 1224 7th Lethbrldjea Phono 74( AcconunotSailon CfcaL, medical Siad mtternlty i ti'cnbi Private nJ >eml private Bates tSO 00. MS M and tII toi Mn H. E. Via liurltm. tecdent MJC1C: M1S3 A1LEENM. Playing and Theory.. Pupils enter- ed for the examinations of the Hoyal Academy and Royal Colle'n ol Music, London England. 100 cent year inccessfnl MRB. W. H. ol Piano and Theory. prepared for' the Toronto Conservatory of MnElc eiama if desired.' VAnnual ipring recital Studio, 1233 Cth Are, A. South CLEANERS AND PRESSERS THE in FTencli dry cleaning Wo the el-anera In tha city We me gennina Krenrh which' eiit- trery spot and ellmteitef injury to garments giving hlfh resnlta Spec'sl atteniioa to conntry work. 324 6th Street South. Phone 1812 Collect and dellrer t cables from London givms the opinion 01 the British minister of agriculture, Lord Lee Lori Lee, according to the diapnchcs, exhibited surprise at 0, Canada 4 i Heading Mr When Comei to the Isl ands rocal, Miss Dorothy DoodricS statements made by provincial politT] Debate subject "Resolved that the clans to the effect that they wer6 sue city boy In the country 19 moro ont of ceedlng In compelling the British gov place (ban the in the crnment to alter its position and city The affirmative was taken by pointed out that the mtter was one Mr WIcgand -ind Mrs P M DAruos which could be negot atcd by the Do negative Mr Holers and Miss Doupc minion government ilono As a mat The judges report given by Inspector tor of fact, tho Dominion government Watson, gave the decision in favor of has been urging the lifting of the 'h" b., a few points bargo for sears past Sir Echoes ot Ball, violin solo Borden succeeded to the extent of get Silsbe ling II, Trolhero British mini ter ol. Comic Song ofr C Collins agncultnro in 1917, to proml r that1 Piano Duet, M-irgaretto Reid anj the embargo would be remoVerl, and NelHo Ward, although the promise lias not thus far Lecture on Personality by Inspec been implemented the Meighen .tor Watson ernment, which iias not penniUed.Uio' in F', violin solo, Mr. Sils- niiestim to rest, has been hopeful of .be, accompanist Mrs. D'Arkos aclion Closing with the National Anthem Recent statements by Ontario politi-l Tne lecluro given In Inspector Wat- clans, however, including pracliially son-was both eiiucational.and enter- a threat .by Premier Drury that he and much'appreciated by'tho would himself go to Kngland to fight audience, and the committee aro to ho out the question there, will it is fear- on getting sucli a valu- ed, haie the effect of hardening on their prograni. British cabinet's opinion against any- f Inspector ana Watson "and tho thing being done. This Is'indicated of Mr. nnJ Mrs. in Lord Lee's polito ho D'Arkos jor the evening. does ,not propose to. deal is n week-end-visitor in provincial jiolitlclans at-' ns i the matter Is ot purely Dominion jurisdiction; It Is recognized that although tho embargo Is en unjuat one. tlie.Drltttti government '.lifts homo tlifficiiHIe's to lliereforo any at- tempt to force It Into action may result In harm. Least of it is tho, question'bo llirown Into polrtics, i The vote on "tho receht prohibition as the matter is one of too vital im- iiieblsclto Jn Southern Alnerl.i pr'ovln- pqrtanco, to. oo.mailo tho'mibject of clnl constltuenclts'was as-follows- HOW; SOUTHERN PROVINCIAL RIDINGS ON THE PRO- HIBITION PLEBISCITE partisan ilcbaiu. Cftrdston Clnrcsholm Jlleli Hlver Loll CONSERVATION EXPERTS WIF.L GIVE LECTURES ON HOUSING, RESOURCES Little" .jJIaclcod'.. OTTAWA, Dec. 13. (Canadian 'Medicine lint commission of conserva- Nantori lionjms arranged with Canadian.nnl- I'incher...... 281 versilles for courses of lectures during Tabor 1141 thn current session by Its experts 011 Warner....... 340 town planning, housing, waterworks' Wet Dry 245 1231 CSI 971 772 415 1937 661 489 2060 420 -182 441 HI; 1507 310 Majority Wet Dry IOOD 2M 4S9 TO EUROPE Dec. of 'an Jun ell an of TWUIa 13- c ill sn c Jan. Jati: Jan Feb Feb of DrIUIn te? ,'Hi Job. -rciorlin Feb. Icb "Antwerp I .Liverpool .Liverpool .Liverpool Cr, Lectures K. P. Hall of Health.' Chiltlreii. Sllrer Collection. Don't 'rnlsa hlg famous lecturb on "Lore, Courtship an'd on Thursday, admission 50c. J (o Read Character by Handshake, Walk) Eyes, N'ose, Mouth nnii Chin. Admission BOc. Lectures to men Sunday at 3 pm Cohsullitibn in hotel noom 18. 81: 319 10S 935- 89 THE MORE ENTRIES JHE BIGGER THE PRIZES B. C. LIEUT.-GOVERNOR _ j VICTORIA, DCP, of ilio lato lieutenant' gotCrhoK Col- onel .B. CJ. I'rlor, nre lying In state in and bydro-elcr.trlc and allied nroblems., MILITARY FUNERAI Tlio town .Plarinlns ami housing Ice- lures will be dt-Iivcred chiefly by tho .commission's expert adviser, Thomas Adjins, and will include'lectures at SlcOIII, Toronto, Mnnltoba, Saskaleh- span, Alberta, Brlllsh Columbia', Dal- linlvcr- the ball room at sides Tho'loclurcs on water powers; loday. The funeral will be accom- and hydro-electric find allied problems' pnnfcil by state by inllltary honors will bo glTCii by the commission's -on- yyiiura. gloeer, A. V. White, asione of highest a aria s fuel problem and on the develop-1. mom of tho wnfer powers of tho St.' funernr riles will bo cVrlorJ tinder Lainsute, olhcr great' provincial or auspicei is Jjoiver rivers -ftiMda.r r is awaited from' You get twelve months' guarantee and service on all new batteries AT ,THE Lethbridge Battery Maintenance 4th Ave. S. Phoni ,1483. Recharging and Repairing on All Makes' of Batteries, s I'ltlrioutnr Pfest-0-lite Storage Battery TAN'KS Eitlmatei oldest la LMhbrldra Reg phone 147t office phone liet Uti- AlbtrU. IL PDoni, 6SO en Avenue Sontk t I. COPELAVD R KPNT The Pyramid Decoratttii; Iptep- tor decorating and paperhanging daily Satlnfled ccstomen our aim. Phone 1SOS BIB 12th St Soath JOSEPH DAVIDSON, DECORATOR. Ettabllshed 1951 -e years' eiperlence fn lor end Interior Decorating 167 1KB bt.SouLh L. Publications AT CARDSTON IMli COOMBS Detoret hevn Agent WINTER RADIATORS XVhy not have yonr Automo- bile lurtlator Re-cored tho (rost'cornea, with, the best. Honey-comb Coro obtainable.. Drop In anfl let ns tell yon. about It, or'ash EOlticono-who has one. They STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Mali 4th Ave. S. Behind Grill. H A- TIMOTHY ALFALFA BLUE JOINT STRAW Baled with three wires. Standsi HOME GROWN POTATOES .Tho Bo.Her.Kind, FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. and Slilppers Coaldals: and ;