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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THC LOCAL NBWi .WSEBE TOV KXPECT ff THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD rac assAurs PAGE or LITE LOCAL NEWS DgCEMBEIV.iO, LETHWUDGK, ALBERTA. PAGE SEVEN uni i (larter Committee is Cause of Comment Among Cit BANK CLEARINGS. STILL OVER MILLION MARK Bank clearings for this week show another healthy increase over last year. Tha' clearings this week totalled and for the satuo week last Some .Suggestion? Brought Out of Preliminary Draft CALL COMMITTEE, AS -r-Start.Work Soon Much comment Is lelog nude In tarious Barters about an? at, tion.ot the clt) courcil on Wedres day In naming a cotnrMiree to-deal Trttlf the cltj manager charter queer tton. On tha wholo tho comment commends tha council for It; cartjr the natter, though'there, is criticism on one or two points! Some Comments 'The terms of tho interview aro somewhat precipitate and'Just a IHtlo lilt peremp'oo VST Instance there Is only one Authority tiat can "deter mine1 any line of action, and that Is the Commission said one the proposed committee Another made the ronferlc that there was bankers Dame mentioned x ai d that advifo might .thus ha miss ed Each of tho banks has some, considerable property Interest In the said he "All that any committee can do is to advise anollior comment '1 BUppo-9 the major or one ot the other commissioners sill lie, chair man I rememher the mayor Insisted on this at the committees that were Called years ago to adwse on estimates anil assessments and 7 thought he -ftas right tor after all the duty nnd_rcsnousiulht) for action Ika wit-, tiiom Tho remark was also made that jn an> 11 would llkelj taVe tho CALL COMMITTEE, SOON AS ALL'AGREE TO SERVE THEREON :The calling of the'EeetlnB' the coirimitlea for the matter of. man- agerial soverament lor the' city will PP decided on as soon as tho Individuals named sig fy Juat irre I' i ;d ihlo to talk to. .'.'My-impressIon Is that the.citizens were'a bit rushed OT llmt'Tote, and the question of set lins tie .salaries was muddled intc the situ :it Ion. ,'iMayho If It had Elralght "vpto with nothing said aboi> thVealarles most'of us would been satisfied 'Only for this that, utout has maybe caused tlus 'Commissioners to learn Hint wo think more about'some thii'r actions and Inactions than they thrjght we did and that's good in (of formation both them add B. C. Government Will Be Only Importer Under New Liquor Law That liquor should ho Imported Into Alberta only by officials the provincial., government fdV that purppse Is thojooinion expressed tills Making Good Marie 'at .Winter morning fcy several City on .the Poultry Map The growing Importance of Leth- and is1 also I scheme being.Vorked out by British Columbia. This scheme CHICKEN THINKS IT'S -SlJMMiER AND LAYS As Instancing the mildness ot the season, Mr. John Pimm, 16th Street north, has .a young 11) mouth Rock pullet, which T.'llhlu the last few, days, has riBUt to How Is list for chicks think it is summer. HERALD CHRISTMAS CHEER FUND APPEAL Shopping Hoursf O. Pro- Privilege" has been outlined by Attorney General in an interview in an Edmon- ton paper) Mr. Boylo has just retored from i ondgo a centre for the raising ot to the coast to investigate Dri> tha best breeds, of. poultry is being Columbia'! i proposed handling ot shown this yea.r in the that Lelh tha liquor traffic Mr Boyle points bridge breeders aro winning prlies in out the western province has applied memDBr8 01 :VIIVJ many other shows and hy the fapt to tha Dominion government for the themBelyes through'their s that breeders are reaching out importing liquor only hy James Rose as" satisfied with There has been much of a ten denc> for to keep thomaelves to themselves." in this manner. A large number of them went to Calgary fwlth latisfactorv returns This eek a them are show- ing m Medicine Hat and In Feralo and qcit month It Is expected B. The leslslation the B. C. govern- BrleVly, -will go to Sasltatoon. ment Is asking for from Ottawa would LcthhrMgo merchants, ,who, ari members of. M. 4., expres secretary the nil of Attorney43enerai Boyle In re- This may teem sunimer and make one think about summer resorts' than be here in a little over a weelcrVnd the kiddies are not lettin'g Anyone forget about it. They arf-'haplng that their daddies' pocktlbooki, relieved of big gas bills, be abl: to stand some extra pres> government staff This would close ing Ihe border up tight and do away with Eara to remaining open on tho Wed- tho open door that eilats between AI- nesdays before-and niter Christmas herta and British Columbia, Mr. Boylo and the two nights previous to Chrlst-! :o remain opcii on Friday night until 10 o'clock, one hour after the' stores In Calgary aud.IyCthbrldgp will have been closed. Calgary merchants aro .claiming thoy will lose a large amount ness tfirough the ,ruling as it stands. Thoy say many people will not bo able tho shopping they desire before 0 o'clock in (ha eve- ning and they point' to women -with largo families on giving their..children into; their husbands care after supper, A protest has been seiil on the question and a reply Is being eagerly ;awalted. OFFICIAL OPENING OF AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL RAYMOND, POSTPONED thinks TRUSTEE TRYING TO SELL L, N- BOND ISSUE Mr. George Chew, a member of the mas. They asked tho privilege of re- maining open until 10 o'clock on the two" nights -before the holiday, and is a possibility that others will ac prohibit the Importation of liquor Into told to close at nine. company him 1 that province except by the provincial Copies of tho priie list for tho Sas-' government katoon fair have been received byi Mr Boyle also Investigated tho However, Calgary merchants don't feel the same way. The-Calgary mer- chants alleye: discrimination In that fanciers in the city. 'This winter fair! Workmen's Compensation Act with a'thay claim merchants Is being held oa January 1921 view to making provincial laws uni aro allowed to on three The prize 11st is extensive and the form and he looked into the workings nights preceding Christina: number of specials and challenge board of trustees of the Lethbrldge'cups. Is inviting. Northern Irrigation district is doing some o[ the cup1! are the Snther t financial concerns Jlmtlj for best cock in English fonriatlon' tho district's office lor In- istrict's office lor lous bodies mentioned to be represerifS to fl cd a few to dominate their men''in the districts is' tho belief Tha fact that the hoUJaj season Is-of his fellow members on the hoard close ill hand too "may raako }Uditfi J'r Chew has ,been ir Portland and cult tcf get so hrgc a body together district for about a month noil and It was eyUenllj with this In that on several occasions the was inade lhat some: preliminary matters might' be gncn consideration Ijj the, meantime I havo-bcen said onercltl zep, "if it woula be possible to get upon z short draft fdr this session legislature, maybe on the lines of an alternative plan be- ing added to the present charter to provide that the enabled at any 0 tlve, to vote on Manager and Alder, man goyernnient What I am think- ing of la, if one ot the Commis sion died, or resigned It is one thing for a new" man to'consider election to a three years' job'even is of the British Columbia Mothers' Al- cession was asked for by This con- tho mer- BOARD OF TRADE.' "'SUPPORTS ACTION -ON FREIGHT RATES Members of the Lethbrldgo Board 10 citizens might Tralo unanimously time say upon imt'a- behind IheInoxefar the Past President, for the best cockerel m the English, breeds. Saskatoon m IaisinE Winter Fair Board, for the best dls .bndgeU I play of English breeds, Silver Chal lowapce He found a of Calgary and they were told of interest being taken in the p-os .to do tho same as Lcthhrldge pecting for oil As that province owns i Another hone ot contention being resources the royalties go taken up by the Calgary merchants lenge, for tho best Plymouth Hack I 4- O 4 cock, Caswell, for the best Plymouth Hbcb Currie, for. .best niputh :Rockihon; Saskatoon Winter best display'of Plymouth Hocks _ Many ether: cups are offered' arid they. cover many popular breeds vet birds. NEW DROP IN SUGAR' is, claim the early closing bylaw in has been .rescind ed on the request of the retail clerks aud that allows the stores to stay on Wednesday afternoons com rienclng nefct week The closiug by law as it affects Saturdays peg Boafd of Trade to have the Do- A season of grand and light opera; German will be opened Christmas published in government bear the peases of an .investigation into the freight rates as between the east and The matter was brought1 before the luncheon Thursday at noon subject to three months' notice, and tbrougll a ]stter from tho Winnipeg quite another for anvono to consider s r i duitting ho'in doing to run for Telegrams, i the-letter con f post that annulled at auy firaed6weie' time almost. The Herald This man had evideitlr s.ran the] No meeting of tho hoard will be some consideration, for his held neit week v neil question Tvas as to whether Ihot--------------------------- present charter would lend Itself ,fo An Old lady in North Carolina, an, easv alfernatire substitution ot twittel about casting her first Tote the terms "Aldermen" .Or 'Council" for (he Republicans, retorted that( and "Jlanager" 'for the various func Bho had never'seen the word "DeVno-, of tho Commissioners "This r Christmas Puddings Scotch Shortbread Finest Candy AND ALWAYS .OUR Uniformly Good Cakes, Pastry, and Bread at lOc a loaf. KIRKBY Third Avenue South MILK AND CR! Ifavo you (rlcJ our iiure, pas- niitk ftn'tl. separated cream, frosb from, tlio (arm :ry Our tiuadruplcd in 'the :.'last two; months THEIIE'S A REASON Too reason Is contained in the, gooclnsss In our products. Try and ho convinced. Quality, l servlco guaranteed. both tba Nolth South Wurcb Wo xfo still making lhat flno niiality of buttor jot 'liko 6t> CHIEF MQUNTAIN BRAND Wo agents for tin Cirdntnn- Crcnmery brand 'of flnfl, freal, pasteurized Butter, ind have t stock on (ratter to tiJverthiri; on the Lethbrldse tin jraly. ohlafned throUKn' ui; Our phono Is 1929 we art at your aerrlce fdr all Dalrf Chief Monota'n Creamery Co., Ltd. LETHBRIDGfi. PHONE tS Office and' Plant .1254 5th Avo. A, Soufi, ;