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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAW: rtffifiT THB LETHBMDSg BAlLVtiJsiiALB i and Publlihtri THE t-ETHBRICGE HERALD i_miNTINQ COMPANY, LIMITED SK Cth Strict South, LetKbrldgi, Albertl A. "BUCHANAN Muiclnc Director JOHN TORBANCB Budaus XI laager Htraber Audit Bureau ol circulations Subscription Dtliy, vttk........' I ,3 DaJy, ty. null, jwr by mall months 4 25 Dillr tby nail, 3 by by to J M MANAGERIAL' GOVERNMENT' So far as jt may lie regarded, a pop ular as_wo are to Judge careful aui-J thoughtful itudy it needs. CO that when willing we shall thor- oughly and intimately Tatov what wo want when we sense that the time Is ready for a change. K Is enough for lha present u know that there are cltltens in goodly volame who are inteiested in the font! of government. It is BcA foteaded that the idea of this 6t 'government- aUould aian- dpicd. tut that we should carefully iDo You Know? 1 It." IB .the interval. evident that there ire a It -Is .now number of arc desirous ola change In 'thVcharttr te- issues where the majority county, the tote given ixjo-i Monday oil'the man agwial plebiscite justices itself as an expression'ot was nover intended >e jesilt should V regarded an'd'not even the agenal government bellevo this Toe1 Herald m advocating managerial gov. eminent was careful to piace this as- pect before the'pleSlsare. We urged that It should be made tne'opportunity for the expression of' opfnloh in order to clear the ground lor any change which may belireoioned'. lai'be in lhe: Interests ol tho cUy We' feel sure that''this waslhe'guldW' spirit amongst 3 steal many, who Tot ed in favor of the measure It was voted on, nol'on the'lirlnclple' of a mandate, but as sen ttoent. So jvote, and it was 1n this regard, when, we i re- ferred, to the plebiscite? that we felt that it was tnnity be given to public feel ing. To be correct the vote'on Mon day.was In the nature of In dealing with managerial govern' jnsnt prior td the plebiscite, we laid it down that once the sentiment ex favor of it there would en- sue a careful consideration ot the Var- ious forms of managerial government There "would also be the Accessary In- vestigation Into city affairs for ftnd' Ing out in what way managerial form of government could be applied to improve matters where it was consid- ered that there Was room for im provement. We pointed out that man- agerial form of, should H be decided on, can only to a practical issue by the regular, form of initiative, and ;reterendnm. It was stated that had to i the we _. the confdWbe Irtforj the sesftoc of 1923, with alf the prei limmartes lhat would he In the circumstances we hardly think' that there are any citltens who regard Monday's'vdti ss a mandate for rush- ing managerial government The expression of the Tote on flay was a pleasing one, in that it showed a detire to agrco to a change of government, if It was regarded In SJeinwhlfe, let the process tion proceed, sb thaE 'this nedessiry. mandate, denoted InT the. 'volume' of majority rote, can bee attained when the time is ripe {or action. We nota that the idea of the man- agerial tons of government his spread beyond the llmils ot Lethbrldge. Tha town ot Csrdstan. is considering the plaq 'What we say in regard to bridge- fhoajcf apply to it and to othsr towns who tee wisdom in the pnscl pie of managerial government. r 9q of the Legislature, and pointed oatjthaj'this, at CETTINC BACK TO THE RIGHt VIEW The plan of estimating the of labor, and by this we include mental as well as man til labor, by its. being nwas-ared in.relation to the cost_of tljing, as we lave been accustomed to do, U fast dying out. One of the funeral services over what ii becomj lag defunct was read, in the verdict at tia c.ly poll: in the salarr plebi, scile. Tit lesson applies not only to .the city but (o all artmnd, and Is-sot only confined to Lethbridge The worth ot a man IB getting to'be re- garded in the way he proves himself a producer, no matter the octU- ation he is engaged In. The need t making wages and aaUrlei conform living.hu been killed utoniatlcaHy; in the relrograd move-; lent in prices, and a man's herefore, has some to be judged Sy da capacity for production, or, as we jhearjt said, In "Ms'ability to "pro- uce This Is the Bane ray, and m'taa way it is practised the return to normal, to far as prices will be .To the Mayor and Commissioners, n plain and 'emphatic language, (he said, la homely phraift lack to your .at tbe remun- eration we are entitled to and no more. In the true relation arrived at between mental ana manual production and '-monetary we fT v kuc jnaTl hi estabUshing a real anflinot fiTe Party.lnea mVd carried ont an artfeial of wages of the Mayor H Became a serlout thonght that If tho piEbiscite earned, the expense of the admlnlitratldn, it would be a to1 have the system of managerial form of government in angvrated, with ore responsible head at the 46000 instead ot mayoival J60W and two commission each. Now that this is not to be, we can bide our Mean while steps should be taken'to form a citireni' committee to go into matters, Wftt -the dty administration till likely _to go on, without added cost, there Is no necessity for anything o a rush movement to affect a change ill those who voted for the manager lal form ot government, we are- safe In saying, will want lo hear a good deal more about it, that Is to be tufty .educated to it, to weigh It fully In the light of all and every Information available. Wo, all ot us, have yet .a great deal to Item and wrier- slaniJ in regsrd to managerial form of government. No one can rational 1y beilove that Monday's vote engineered for She purpose ol a snap The reo.1 object was to get the jwBular expression to that there woujj bvlews would those ot the government ol laboiimeiabers tended the caucus -s. At 10 30 this morning officers of the .boasted he had put an UFO, were closed conference at oAhe names Tnere w their headquarters 'They Were deter mining for.their, hey shall remain in tne'publfo. We ot the province, as a class body or broad en out into a people's progressive party. It is understood thut -the: conflict has developed intq a resl.Mraggle, 'Do your Christmas shopping early' Is now a timely injunction. The movement for a Lethbrldge fab- should meet with every encour- agement. So Joe Ctarke ot Edmonton has gone iown to detest. How have the mighty fallen I There it In tho inpersU tfon over the number 13, af some wllj regard Monday the 13th of December. As part and parcel of the increase of freight rates, it IB now urged that the parcel poit'ratei Increased. The Lihor 'group In the OnUrfo will press for Old Ago Pensions. A lot of argnmtat can be put tchljia tie 'proposal, Fanner HsmlKon, it may be said, farmed the vote on the aorth side ol the city, while A. B, Hogg hogged tooae on Ihe south side. the system tho Tory "London Opinion" has a gooa word for golfers when it eays that they remember .the Sabbath and keep It 'holey." What about that "belUr We pass the question on lo Alderman James Hole of Medicine Hat, this time, .When Senator talks about Ihe "gall" of tho west, It becomes a Question as lo whether the Senator the greater In saying '.hat tho.Weal should pay all it owes before coming to Otltwa to ask for the return of Iho natural resources, mm Display of Awarding Ribboms it Show !a TM HtnUt I FBRN1B, Dec. aaaoa) Pet Stock .and Poultry exhlbiUda for Kast tooteaaj hen aday.ln Hall with one ot largest aa4 the taest dis- ptaya of .poultry ever here. KxhlbitaVs tron. Craiibrbok, Fort Sleele, Cortm and froaa Lett nidge fine display and Ihe competition classes will POMEMJONS' There are men who are stntUef proodly With. CUM for jriie tkej wbfl an Then are pier ty ot toutiuc ioodly, Mr. George Joans, of LethbrUge, has his display ot Rhode Island Reds, John Virgo, ot Corbln has a exMblt ol White Rocky The display ia the White aad Black ratngtons la good. A. B. and O. .S; Booaellie cf Fernle of Black Orpingtons, and -Mr.; BoniMlile .also .has a fine showing oi Mlaorcas Mr. Seattle, ot Waldo, is on. hand with his display ol fine specialties Mr. and Mr. White, both local exhibitors, ari also contributors to the display with their Whit? Wyandoltes Thare are no exhibits vof tmkeys and has been usual at other exhibits, hnt the general excellence of the poultry reen .Is striking, shoving a steady Improiment In the breeding of this moat, .valuable branch oi the meat and egg.production ot the country. are x' few "Bunnies" lo be seen which adds a little varletj to the show and adds pleasure to the kiddies who tako the show. Mr, J. H. Westbrook ot Lethvrldge, arrived by the noon tram and began at onceHSe'tasljof: judging the birds but was unable" to 'finish his task1 to- day. There was slight attendance today, owing to U being opening day, but the exhibition is beisg held in Victoria'Hall on Vlclona Avenue, it is expected that the attendance to- morrow and neitday TTill be of record numbers, thus adoing to the revonue ot the association'and giving in re- torn of the ad vances being niada.'jn this roost cm portant branch of production Tho" exhibition wiH he for two more and .the'judging and award- ing of prizes wfll be Completed lo- heads In shajse; 'are who thrtngb he had his moments ot mirth. -i Some-men are happy because they are healthy. Others have little hut pride of birth. COLEMAN ELECTION WAS-LIYELY AFFAIR "The Nation" Charges Him and His Papers With Iteing Tied To Goverament NOT Mall, Can adlan Associated a weekly review Jntellcctiial Pacltllclit school, contains the follow Ing letter from Lord Bearerbrook In a recent issue: I notice invtha Itst two wee'ts the Nation, has paid a llatterlng amount of attention to the Tiews of the "ftally the Sunday and Of rny humble self. In the first you mention me among the long lUt of newspaper prlelors ag one tdxl'by' some obscure Interest: or reward chariot o! the Coalition O'oTefnmimt. I do not In the least mind vjhat you say about me personally. .Any a'ati who accepts a peerage s'.arnis'fo bo shot most of them 'My only point is the absurdity of WK- that the the '.'Sunday Express" are In any way tied government organs. It Is only flece'tiary toTfead" either news- paper to prove that this Is not so. You yourself, sir, In ''A London Diary" ot last week, show 'at once that you read and" tHt you re- gard them as the critics of the ad- ministration. Vou Quota 'at length from an article by '.'Bcallsl" In last Sunday's snd'your deep regard for Geprgo and his fellow-Liberals seems: almost shocked by the vlrlllly of'the criti- cism and the strength of the, trf6ta- phora employed. 11s' this' Ihe Jrodoct of an organ tied to In a foolnptfl tha'edltof o'f the Na- tion adds: "Certainly tiori'Beaver- brook appears 16 have Jatrayed. from the fold of Ute." (From Onr Own Correspondent) COLEMAri, Dec in the bisfary of mun'.dpal'affairs In Cole- man was there a contest than was waged Hdnday It the begln- ning of a bttlcr day. when all the people take a lively interest in'the affairs of the community. There were the. usiial amusing inci- dents on such occasions. One citiret- at everyone -----e was a large num- ber of spoilt both for the mayor and alaermin _ It was a heavy vote and kept returning officer and and clerkk busy, until 8 p.m. counting the ballot. The following is the re- sults of the election For Mayor- Edmfaad Disney 1 VJV.V......J..133 3 O-O McDonald 1 For MiJerareru Edward McDonald John McDonald 8am Moores Jas John Dlhny Wm Fraser Toe first four yeravelected The following' for the school went tb by acclamation Cameion, Wm Wm AntroTSUs, Mrs PROPOSES COURSE OF MANNERS CALGARY, Dec the in troductlon of a ii lio schools would n'cellen Idea and would bs greaU? appreciated by th'e parents of toe unnntaoiii 'expressed by members oi tho CalgarV school board and rothers. Interacted in the youth ot the land to the best pos- sible Advantage, fchen interviewed on the subject It'was pointed out, thac this would be a matter f6r the depart hi en t of education ss all courses art prescribed on thd curriculum by th government Membwa of the schoo board Mated that If thevgovernmon Introdu6o a subject on rhan nors In. school curriculum I Would receive their hearty, support. THREATEN TO BECAUSE OF TAX .ON UIOUOR ROBERT 00 Lt Atl GERMAN STEAMSHIPS VANCOUVER, Dec Purchase of two former German sailing vessels was announced: today 'Dollar Steamship They are tho barks Hans and thlelbrcck, both steel ships. They Dollar feet, will (o tks fetJENOS AlltBS, Nov. and retail dealers In. liquor In the, proTinetof Cordoba threaten to close.lhatr place? of bus- iness If a recent law passed by the provincial government imposing In creased tales on alcoholic drinks hot'repealed. The law passed the Cordoba leg lalature was Intended not. alone as a source of revenue hilt as a move to restrict the Kduor traffic, Further more the proilncta! goftrnment hai declared that if tho new tax Is reslit ed by the dealers It will to legislature a, bill providing com prohibition of consumption of al cohol In tho proving 130 MINERS VICTIMS OF FIRE A -Mfr MINE YAMAOUSHI, Japan, fjec; 15.-On hundred and thirty pefsois are'rnlss Ing as n result of a f re In a coal mine naar here. Five have been re covered from the mine. Twenty per woro Injured ia the disaster, More Than Truth Poetry] I. Ktoer When they oosht to be hWimg tbeir are winning Some are collecting and some pay toll; feel 1 Ike; utarling a ceUkntlon, 'For I own aii egg and a peck ot coal. c Midas, they wesJthy, tell as, was mighty haven't won tame near -I' am nowhere And perhaps I never shall reach my 'goal, But still I am claiming a Joyful spirit, For I own egg and a peck of coal. have claimed no fortune through profiteering, I .am one of those who most earn who are gladly their pay; face no crowds cheering Because I won on election day. But I'm not disheartened nor grieved cor gloomy. No poUpn rankles' within my soul; A thrDl of triumph through me. Is conning For I own aa egg and ft peck of coil THE APPEARANCE THEY WANT A fifty year-old1 lady says injections COAL COMPANY WEDNESDAY; PICKED UP IN PASSING FOB TIB BOAT MAN (From Our MACLEOD, Dec. auoal general meettag at Coal amd Ofl Co, Ltd., was Un Ittb Aeeeaoer, to number of 30g were represented by BMmlwn, u4 proalea. Considerable dUckssloa tooi'flsee as to the oroperty held by the com- pany. This property Is all clear, nea the taxes being, paid, sod several quliles have heec neelved, asUag (or oniiona. The property eauUts of a large block of coal luts, oa wUek. tunnelx havo driven aad excel- lent coal found in paying naantities. The railway laal and a hnach road is sorreyU morth ui south thraart the property. Uons for the sale of this coal deposit are now on. wtth a ibTJity that tt Buy be sold wrthia a year. The following directors were elect- ed: .W. E. Schrimer, pretttmt; J. C, Keller; Tide-president: H. C. Oember- ling, secretary .treasurer i C.-DrBry, A. F; Grady'and A. II. Doumon.- The annual BeeUas; of the stock- holders will neld on the nesday in August, 1121. t The united evangelistic sevlces an attracting Urge numhers, each night Uiey become more interesting Christmas concerts and Christmas keeping the little folk 'busy these days In preparation ALRIGHT FOR SPELLING EXERCISE BUT POOR STUFF AS LTTBRAtURE W. 1. a boat astl Mtckaat Im aaad, Ex-Aid. Thos. geld for.mayor ot Vai Jai. MeKMr. Calgary street railway a ieldt of rn NoresUer. RBOINA, Bait, Dec.' Attention has been .called, In the form of a com- plaint, loathe central office oS the Sas- katchewan Grain Growers' association, to the -kind ot textbook literature be ing used ill the schools ewan.-T -'I it appears in the; School Speller" publish- ed in a "Western Canada" which u "author1. jed for use in the scbocls.pt Manitoba, Baskatcb- and British Columbia. The particular paragraph complain- ed o' reads7 "8frg George Is our Sov- ereign .Daring his reign foreigners have settled in the colonies They j nm >BUJ oaja ETJ u her thyroid gland have caused herlfi" feel like a of seventeen, but few women will care to feel like sev- enteen if they have to keep ing like fifty, A J08. FOR THE UNSUITABLE ONLV Albania is anxious to find some suit- able man who will consent It be her king. The principal trouble Is that no suitable man has any desire to be a king. FIVE GALLONS, PLEASE' 'Man wants but little here and that's what makes it seem so strange That he's inclined to grumble so when- ever he receives his change. Hawaiian sugar crop for coming year Is estimated at tons, an Increase of tone over this year find learn a foreign lan- They often addicted stfmnlants to the Imsigranta excess. Flew men teach- foreigners the Christian rell- souls never1 die. Worship the God "with all thy heart 'and -It Is aald that spellers are also used'in the Ontario' pOMIc RECORD CROP BRINOS .1 LEU MONEY. IN STATES: WASHINGTON, Dee. farm of the United States has their total worth this year at almost' KjOMJOOOflOO than t lart 'year, although the 1MO har- vest was on4 of the most abundant In history vrHh half a desen crops according ta flf- ures Issued by the departrnsnt of agrkuKure todiy. Ceo. K. kaUhi shoe BSactarw. to at A. K. starlit, weltkaowa maa of Cacke Bay, was afflea vhilehMttag. Ex-Ald. SysaonflC BraeUert, has ntantt for Mayor try Uu IiP., which tersaerly Kayvr Kae- Rev H. X BBS, U1S recto: ot St AafUeaa eharck. Ootalt. hasresdCMdtogotoBtPaarackarch, Rort WUttM. Bit K. t? femer PreKiar of Oaurla. haa an tor law In la partMraaly wttB his SOB. W. ,L Hearst, MAST the Cm Baaa aid V Hh clealag ton aad aban doutnt ot its ani at the ead of the by Oeorgiaa Bay Lumber Co, jWwAaufcene, Oat, Is desttaM to, baecme a deserted' rlUagt. Thomas win vote on a'by-law ia Jamuary tb fuehase golf grounds laad of Bros., oomprtsinc 75 acres, valnad at for industrial nrposes. Robert T. Robertaos, of Brock.and FatcnosVLlaltM, whole- sate mUBwry aad wear, ol St John, N. B, dted a Imgeriae ill Hp yearf age and wide- ly-inown throughout Eutern Canada. That the United Farmers ot Maul toba at Brandon convention to be hell January U, If and U, will vote In favor of entry laid the provincial field of politics, the statement of WlllUm McKinneU, MIU.' elect' for Roclswooi The occurred suUealy oa No- vember 17 at Halifax, N. ot Wanna, widow oi r D Lawrie and daughter ft. Bit Adams Archibald, Srst "gover- nor Manitoba and sevaraor of Kova Scotia. i t The measures which, wld give rise to most Interest at tha'nezt sesilon ot the Quebec legislature wflf be the amwdmmti to Qatlp'TeiaMr- Act. which win likely' allowitoe of all beers and wines Af any per- by official venijirj, bnt'wlll not tolerate the sale of hard ilqinre without medical certificate. has been named as Rhodes scholar far'mi from Mani- toba. Be is the son of Rev. Dr C W Gordon, pastor of St. Stephen's church, better known by his pan namo1 'of Ralph Connor. Instead of dolling up-to .hold their Joto or to get better sala.riei, school teachers.were urged to tone down.in their school costumes aad set an ex- ample to pupils, In 4 molntlon passed by the Toledo PLAYER-PIANO FINEST OF ALL GIFTS will solve your h'ome amluement problem. You'll find there's a rarer, finer pleasure foV all the family in the possession of a Mason Risch in any mode of entertainment you can provide. 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