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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, Proprietors and :THE LETHSRIOOE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 126 Cth Street South, Alberta W. A. BUCIIAN'AN president arid Manajjlns Director JOHN TORIIANCK Business Member Audit Bureau Subscription. 'ver -S5 Dally, lic-r S.OJ Daily, by mat! Jor 6 Dtils mall. 5 months........... 2.50 weekly, Sty nail. IVT year.......... I'.fi Weekly, by niaii, jjtr year to U.S... THE PLEBISCITE AND SCHOOL ELECTION The feature of yesterday's election was the carrying of the popular opin- ion lu'favor of managerial form of city government. U was practically a new thing for the electorate, and the result shows that thero is a dissatisfaction with the rule ol (htee and a strong inclination to ar rlveat'a nnltr as embodied in the m anas eriafgys em" Tha most t hat tould injtbp cir tumstances wai ploso vot? and tf lodlcationjO' what the peo- ple decire- It-is emuhasl? in fhjtr the b.s majority was a business -vote at> the It eetj lie bain-ollae fo- i tboi-ough in Vestlgation Into the affairs of tho city, desire eoina change fs On the wholo it Is a favorable of a new uslon a new" interest in civic affairs j Labor candidates ia previous elections. It serves to show that, provided Ltibor selects "the right maa to represent it, it can bs ensured a good following. The experience of its candidate should spur Labor to" lake -an added -interest in eitio'affairs, 4 -..Taken all round the result of the election can ho be eminently cast can 'he said to bs the result cl a very careful consideration of all ihe issues, and the outcome shows a Very 'Intelligent con- ception- -There was nothing ot sentiment, but tha ratepayers went down, to economic realities, both as regards the plebiscite and the school elections. The Mayor and Commis- sioners now know exactly where they stand, and tho school trustees know exactly what is expected from them. So f fir as the expression of opinion aauaserlal form ot-gov- oroment, tlio citizens hav-3 something to work on and no time should bo1 los.tin.-thrc.sMDg out all tho poss'Ibill- Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS .What does "paraphernalia" ly 'meau? i t 2. were'orls- Inally Included in Confederation1! 3. When and where vvaj tha first Dov.ald. Miner Factory Act rassed? t J. What country has the largest storage "dam in the worldt What Is faience? What British Cabinet Minister secured 'go to show that their work was greatlj- appreciated, by the tax- paysrs ties ct managerial, form with the of govern- of getting tbit form "which Is best suited to the needs city 5. 6.' of the present day worked as a lumber- Jack and sheepberder? MONDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What is a lee shore? 2. How do we get theVord "MissT" 3. How dees the phrase "left lu tho lurch" a'ipjy'.' Wliat is Moll .Thompson's mark? 5. conies September, which means the seventh" month, to bo 'the ninth month in our year hat copnstKuenc) Lloj d George ropre ent and ho opposed In the last electjoc? AjSIcDonald. Agent, 131; Eniil Andrew, Mre-boss, oolroom proprietor, am'eil elected.) Allan Hamilton, 223; W. 11. Chappell, Ac- t, J. McPhail, Master- otc, W. J. Bsrtletl, Publish- er, 159; 0. Legace, Minor, Rod Mc- named elected.) Mossrs; Ha'ibillon. Chuppell and MK More Trutfc Tkqn Poetry E. KtseV reflected tp ihe. board of school trustees and the votes that they I. ship, ANSWERS The shore under the a or that towards which the wind the requirements ot 'tho .blows. ___ !n the'deciston come to we fally'j 2- the first syllable of Mistress, believe that ihe electors nave made a u, wise choice and It remains fo- to work it out to a successful conclu hns sion Tho electors irrhed it tbe conclusion that thero Is no necl fo- a an expensive administration, and v-e jj3s Thomson is M T (emph) o tiom the Romans starting nevs -vear m March Hence September JoeQarfeGees In the Capita! Duggai Bv GOO Maj Labor Lost 1 Hat Major Stfa S a bs ql iitelf; ispe D sable. So as the city goes It has ar "aiorCiarlJ ent administration with a ful! cand, their names. recbgnilloii that it'can bs improved oa by a majontv which shows there is no half heartedness in the desire for change ot government it is now di starting In and "getting tho initial the electors ma Serialized OT government that he conducive to ihe SeH. in the city. In the increases a feed zor D> the Mayor and Commissioners the decision has been overwhelming against them was only what could be rationally expected, in Inopportune time the requests wero made The Vote! cast-, we believe, was to an extent in fljaenced in the anticipation that a new system of government cou.d he inaug nrated, and therefore no encourage Sent was given to'-the present form any substantial desire jrards increasing the salaries of-the -present administration the result, ot the plebiscite. will be In regard to the Mayor and the Commissioners- remains to be, seem Thq position to which are placed result rote, cannot hut be a hnmiliaiing ope, if they declde'to continue In office alter the pleas jmt forward an Increase in salaries For this onl> them selves to thank. In" not considering if "they value their positions with thej es who were. not far parly seems to have gone independ count shoril> to.IJoyd Premier Drury o' Ontario referred fo the Farmers as the People s Party, inferring that its doors were open to all citizens so that thero should suspicion on the part of the puWic as" the Farmers Party being conceited In fho spirit oi a close with cla'ss legiBlation as its-aini-and object. Coming from a man who in addition to the position is of .Mr.-Drury perti- nent aji'd not. impertinent, as they might-be construed were they express- ed-fr'om'wbat may. he outsioe sources It was the- plain AT BOW ISLAND (From: Our Own' Correspondent) BOW ISLAND, Dec. the elec- tion, town coun- Dance Given Mr. Dp- hill Thanks Those Who Helped (Special to The Herald) Dec, -'Honor, Judge- -'Thompson, roado official j visit to Ferule at 'the and TOO MUCH FOR THE IMAGINATION disposed of some naturalliation cases it it was thought thtt-fouriCf the .tic- ket and two labor men had been elected. Mayor 'Hat MCDICUNB HVT Ilcc one of Mediciae Hai s prom j! Inent citizens has served on tho years -is Medicine Hat's new mayor, having been elected yes- terda> James Hole b> a niajorlty" of; 131. votes. TKe-jflhai: count wasvHuclrrale 1062: -Hole.931. The new aldernianic board is made lip' off BulllventJ'-'-rjaYidEou, -Fawcelt By s. K. Ktser. I possess iniBginatiwi in i pretty large degree; When a case desperation Settles darkly, down on me, I shake, off tho. and hurry To build castles In the air; it's an antidote for worry, And a" quick escape from care 5 .can .conjure up glad: faces, put o[ airy nothingness., Aiid 'perceive in distant, places Treasure that Is'limitless; But can't succeed in (Making, the 'drama's Thafthe tea the actor's'drlnliing Is the'geniUne old stuff. In lif ijulck and facile fancy I can 'bo a recklessiboy, It's a lucSy necromancy That-I'-thoroughly enjoy If turn onl badly I can rbyBelt at will scene whero'I "am gladly Favore'd by Oood 'Fortune still.1 It's a gif precious treasure Better far than wealth or fame; It affords me every pleasure Kearl> that a man maj claim But ray fancv flickers faintly And my -vision disappears When I try to think of fiaintly Or ange lio profltee r's IN PASSING FOR THE BUST MAN K. J. re-elected president ot.the jand sentenced >A. Bradshlck, who was of house breaking In the rSlav settlcraent'cin Iho hill cast of 4h9 j iCofce six months in Fridsy; night Ihe many friends aud supporters of Thomas Uphill, M. A., his invitation, en- tertained at a dance in Hawthorne's hall The hall was well filled wilb. Mr. Up- hill's being es- pecially well represented. Hefrcah- mcnts eened and Mr Uphill made- a ver> pretty little speech In which he cxprqeseil the aupreUatJon of himselt and Mrs Uphill oil Iho hearty and eSectual'roanner'ln which thev had rallied lo his support ia iho late campaign.? Mr. Bray; -who has favorlto with class of. the dlslrlct, also spoke yery briefly, and heartily applauded as'was'Mr; Uphill The refreshments were exzcellent and w'ell-OTrved, reflecting credit up- !on those- having that part ot the enter taiament In hand A very large or undor the .'leadership of'.Mr, ;for-. tho lllreutp-Ib- ciilors, the following were elected for 7nd Ijelf >j i j a term of two joars J M Bratton, n- Geo Calder and L, Feme For D. James Calder, Millar and H I Schone'rt; ATJMNCHER CREEK attract at tetitlon. Not enough of the '.'beautiful' has fallon however to drive the gas wagons out ot business and the hum of the'autbmoblle is'still-heard on the 'streets. St'ThomM ratepayers will vote oq Sunday street cars on Januarj.t. '-Toronto, ioctort ot Aid. A. A, McKinnon IB mentioned as a probable mayoralty candidate In Cranhrobk. Horace E. Dodge, millionaire auto- mobile manufacturer of Detroit.' died .uddenly at hie Palin Beach, Florida, home. The Wizer.distillers', at 'Pwaeott, )nt., which rece htly iru absorbed by Montreal interests, it eipected to re- suioe the manufacture' of alcokol on a larger scale tha nerer before 'Mrs B Kelson wu wntoTieed at Medfclne Rat to three months In Fort Saskatchewan for forgery in con cMon with Sim'Johnson, who re celred a twc-yeir prison tern Jtn Nelson is to be Reported to the Unit ed Stages upon completion of sentence f Added military honors -will come on December 21 to Sir Willoiighhy Gwat :ln, K. C., C; M. G., who, on that dale will be transferred to the reserre of officers with the honorary rank of lieu- :enant general. General Gwatklh's re- tirement 'markt the close of career in of the Canadian army. The decision of the employees of the A. Nash (aclurers, Cincinnati, to give, each of them, a month's: work to the' un'em- ployed in the clothing trade In Cm.cln- natl is traceable to the Golden Rule, which is the feature of tbe administra- tion ot the business ot the company From the firemen In the basement to the highest official, the Golden Rulo forms tbe court ot-last resort. REASONABLE SAFETY CONTINUES A reduction ir ihe pnce ot gasoline s announced, by the Standard .Oil company but it Is. still i good deal -loo dear to be used by cook vihen start ng'iires. _____ HAND HIM AHUBBER STAMP Prince Puracliatra of, liampeng petch, has coma country .to study our railroad .systems, and also to UD our V WHY His wife has bought her Winter hat. gladness fills' her'soul; is .She hasn't any tlma" to fret they'll'gb'in deht To fill their.bin with coal. HONEST.JOHN NOT r CRUEL TO HIS HORSES COQU1TLAM, B Dee 14 Two justices of.the peace In police, courts here: 'yesterday. dismissed the case against Hon John Oliver, British Columbia, which the crown prosecuted for alleged cruelty to horses here In October, November and December of this year The justices held that the premier not haye been for the con- .ditlon of the hordes. WAS A SUICIDE TORONTO-Dc'c, David- son, 28. years old, missing from his home. 9, was found, dead in a hush in .theiwestern outskirts- of a -hullet. wound in-.his-head and.a-ride'in his" hands. NEW B C LIQUOR ACT IN EFFECT MAY NEW WrSTMlNSTER; B C Dec John Oliver while- in the city today sfated that the govern inent nopcd_to have thq new modera Ucn liquor act in >force 1 No intimation, of ihe nature of the probable legislation was given the premier slated that when the aci was passed the municipalities wou'.i 'find it worth while to apprehend al the hooze-nmuera and boofleggcrB they could get TABER LAWYERS WON THE APPEAL (From Our Own Correspondent) TVBBR Dec, the appeal case'Snndal vs. Prowse and Lyons, which was carried-to Calgary by the latter ,finn, the judgment ?f the lower court was reversed In of the law firm. Mr. Sundal had purchased'-the Bank of Hamilton building, and" pur- posed, using the offices above the bank, occupied by the law firm, for his own, offices. firm refused to an order'was obtained from Judge''Jackson'" compelling them to but the firm.-through 3.'11. the case to Caleary trial court.'aud obtained of the order.' US, BILL PROHIBITING 1MM1GRATON FAVORED TORONTO BONDS SELL WELL TOUOIsTO, Dec one- half of the million dollar bond Issue just put out by Iho city ot Toronto already has been subscribed thy in and m thaa twq full working days r Dec 13 The house today transmitted to the Johnson bill prohlbii-ES practically all im migration to the United States for one year The rote is the house on the measure was 293 to 41 in favor of prohibition of Immigration r- a p prdor'to prflvnnt a'crugh. AT CARDSTON Our Own'Correspondontl Tlio liit Sas- Iho city, where, it may bo Bald, lie was more Intimately known. Mr. Harron made tt very close run nln'e, with a very Ilttla to spare be- twten success and defeat. This should count In the Iio.may. well ycgard he has beon held. a'hew corner to tlio city tho Hov. Hipper (railed a good and, pus- 3lbly, If he had been longer in the city his position in the list might have been Improved. labor in Hie city lias to congralu- lite Itself In what was an excellent Showing of its Mr. John -though he was dLfcatetl, Jheu co'inpatod AX BLA1RMORE (From Our Own Coircspnmlent) Dec. citizens katchowan, rreinier jMnrtiu :iaiil, had not yet-rcaoliod CARDSTON', Dec. ho foil tbat thero j re the election renilts horp: i Improve undc-1 Spencer, foj- (ho Bominibn Town W. II. Calcl-j Askf-d as (o the tj-eslerii of -well, 2S3; Joseph 'Card.- t Premier.-Metahen Mac-. Anrlerson, 257; M. A. Ki'U, Ihe oppoirftJQn'leadcr, Mr. 175. Defeated: W. H. ho leaders John .Holmes, 109. Iliad made a fair iiivjtfijs'sion ujion the; 1 School' F. W. Low, I Pfoplo. lie donllncttfto make a com- 251; S. H, N'clEon, 225; 0. F. Drown, j parison between thoftwo, saying "pro- Detcalsil: J. F. Parrish. vincia! affairs of Saskalchewari inter-: est me-lur mtiro-it the pro'seiit timo than do Dnniiuiou politics." Jlnrtin will be In ihe city, 'several days attending-tho hearing of the rn'os case tomorrovv', ami !hc natural resources conference on Wednesday. C. I'hinps. 01; Mrs. (Dr.) SUvcpool, 23; 38. IlbsBltnl Board r-ElcctcJ: Mrs. Mary Leatlbc.Ker. 133. Defeated: j. C. Cahoon, 324. The vote brought out was t'nn larg- st on record -The irn C'nli'n nominecis von out by ajoriltcJ. It was a rfigub.r land- idc for ihe Progressive llol'.et. Msclcod- at Blalrmorc fFrom Our Own Dec. C'.-msldprabln interest was shown by tho taxpayers of Hlalrmore In 'the election for of nnil ilislrlct were greatly councillors and school truotees which shocked to learn of liio sudden death c-i Samuel uehcau, son ot Henry Mrs. (Jehco.n, of this town, which oc- curred fin Friday evening la It ap- subject to look place on Monday. .The pblling booth was localcflfn, tho Ipwii 'o'llibe' with Secretary Frank Wrlftht .ijctift'g as returning oiHcer. All ilay tho rw turning officer was kept liosl but the' Mir fiish was Hi iSq.'iive ring find (ijii pears that Sam who fits ihrniieh had v.-orkins hard at late at trie mlno anil MI Friday cvd-iing was fore- Ihelr WorK.bnd 'tbo cnnjliflatfts.'for'br- ed to return IIIIT.C )m ilirl rto! nr.c Wont out'anil Wistled" .WinlhHiij up to hia work. Souii riflor reading Thfr're was fi- line-tip home lio anii'.-it tlio polling' biotn from, pji'cl away unconscious. Thn [c-liiEing of Ilic whole fbmmimlly'luf Bpts out to Mr. and Ocbnni anil.TM In' the sisters in- their sudilc-n WOMAN POLICE DEPUTY FICHTS N.V.1: COMMISSIONER NEW YORKy Oec. Elfcn A. dspuly police' In New yesierday be- cause she said ohc ..''had'' been treated like a Com- inlsslonei1 J.inuary "tried to arrest'men In office for oatfagcou'c ircalmsnt .of Qli-16." The cowmlsaloner de- 'nlc3 the charge.., ,VMGE REp.U.OTIONS N'EW-ntlDKDiiii, Xtosa.., Doc. Wi'.rlfl'Vfcite'lioiiH apMllhg npnraxl' M.W.i wfiro aii- nfnmjed ir.ilr.y ,'ail hblloli mills of- thd Biidtord-Cotton to 22% )itr _ __ i Christmas Thoughts NE could not think ,veiy much of the Christmas _ season without associating Music 'with the sub- ject. Christmas without Miisic 'would be Dawn -with- out Glow But to have should Piano or a Ph6rioaf a3h m th'e 'vferv1 best r that one Such be found in our Warerooms; r i Mason Risch Pianos and Players If the payments for any of these instruments--cause you any uneasiness, let us tell yoU'thatyou can have it sent home any time you a small cash pay- ment, and on easiest tj Mtttttrt LBTHBRIDGE BALMORAIJ BLOCK ;