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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL WHttRIOU KXPICTIT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HKRAUTS PAGE OP UYB LOCAL NEWS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1920, PAGE SEVEN Mayor Docsnt Want To Cause Gcsnpssitios of Managerial Com-; 'inittee i WILLING TO; MAKE. BBOAD AS WANTED Bardie's interpretation- passed council naming, a 'citizens'. commUlea to. consider possible charter changes' In favor of manaeerlal form of ROV- ornment Is that it was not tho tion of tho council that the 'conimifc- tee nilght add to Us numbers. ft cpa- etructlon pit on the resolution by some members of the'commlttee. "I tlpiight we inade.the VspmraiUee troad-'enbugh to- liiclndBi. all classes: So far as my recollection goes, the. committee of 39 so; lafgij' jn.order that it'-mlgUtjbe, divided JInt COURT OFFICIALS TAKE IT 4- Tho snort recess for court-, v council's, in a different form from that published In the Herald when the committee was first In' tits resolution as published the committee namco wag "given the option ellher of of of naming a! committee to act lu the matter of tlie charter changes. This was understood ty the two: other commissioners, .but .Mayer Bardie (states that' his. recollection was -that the committee might name from within itself to .deal fcith Turious phases of ,the proposed changes'and rtpprt hack'to the com faitUe "But I'm in favor of making the committee asibroad citizens It" said tie mayor "Wo don't want aiijr kicking" Borne of'the-labor representatives the oplalon thaC lafor's repiff ientatiqn on 'itbe not large and n letter of protest It being sent to the council It la expected that the committee Will hoi d sittin gs early Uter the beginning "of- the 'year. The weatherman who aald on Wed- neadaj- An imp orfoiit' meeting of the Letjf- brjdgs Trades and: Labor .Council was held last evening, with a good attendance'of delegates. Several-matters relating lo the forthcoming convention oflthe Al- berta Federation of Labor" were dis- and several' resolutions from the Council Kill be submitted. It Is likely that In the .case of J. J. Cameron on preliminary hearing at'iPua- cher a charge of fatal- fj-ing ropprti ,lp the fccrta Hay Growers bill was fiied. at jsPntlt Over Medkine Hat Carried the Weather Champion-; the HERALD CHRISTMAS J I CHEEK. FUND APPEAL Over 'the mark today in tiieliag Mission. This is a most accept Chcer'Funa .irith a as the-.coldest spot on the Westclfn, Canada' -map last night, ber.llog even'Medicine Hat whero tho j fund is doing remarkably Jve'J.'-''The weather connjs from, and Fellevrs ought to be proud, and .where zero weather Is-manufactured. It is certain that the kiddles will Lolhbridga'oIUcial temperature was made happy. zero during tho night. This -Tho busiest place iii tortile is 15 degrees colder than on tho prcv- 'next 2-1 hours be the Nursing lous-night which- held the racord Bankers Twenty-Five Per Cent. .of the, col in be snornmea, 11 is Local .bankers .were t opinion reral dSekatri from thla morning; thai if the Pordin iviti1 Tvhich will tS'.helfl ln.t MmmencLrg_on- Monday, [o 2i n. looso already nanm j ?Cbl d weatSer: prAralls all oi'er- the contribullou, (or shoes are on will plaj nie'an that; Santa Clans.? -4 1 Lethbrldge wllti'kexpericnce this year, One ot'theTcontributlcns does A, the coutjnent-last'-niglil. differentftodSy.' -At Chinook v appdinted from the locals are Messrs. John Marsh and Ged, Osborne, (Civic .Fred (Trades last nUht. it was.up a chango of 70 degrees for the better. Unless.the chlnook is ditched in an open switch It should be hern In full force Thursday evening. IOIALS1ET8Y. System Losing Sornawnat More Money Than Last Year- Other Departments Compared .to Octoier, 1919, the loss n operating the street cars in the month, of October, set forth n the city treasurer's financial; state- ment for the month, waa.over ?400 to he bad; the figures being: October, 1S19, and Ostoher, "1920, ?61J 18 loss The total deficit for tho month, .including -fixed charges, vras !3S4l5S3, as compared to in Dctober, 1919 For the year from Jan. for Lethbridge A delegate will, iii appointed.from the Carmen's Local; A .resolution was submitted from the .Brotherhood .otjliaiiway Carmen prpte'sttng'against tho CuV Commissioners" only' appointing four representatives froni the differ- ent .labor organizations In tho city bnT tho'commlttee'.to Inquire into tne form of "managerial" government. It was appoint the com- mittee of tso delegates representing the Trades and Council, and also., .approach. ..the.. Commissioners view.of asking.them to make provision for further representation of.labor on the committee by .having renresentatiyea fromfeach local labor organization in the city Delt'gate John Marsh and C H Kingdom were' the choice of tho j Council to represent thqlr' Inierests. against 'arm pro- effect, the: exchange per' cent. It would cut down. Canada's exports !o the SlateX which would require ellher that Canada pay: a-.larger percentage balan'ejj of trailo in gold or In credits, wh'clr would have the result of raising' the City Holds Back Payment of Didn't Pay Poll Tax There is a little difference 'ot.-.o'plnT [on tetyeen Mayor IHrdie and Secre lary Fleetwoofl of the school board of the (eachers have not paid Ihelr poll tax yet The mayor has Irociid that the {50 ho withhold from Iho .city's tax claiming.tio nu- thqfity for that action. Secretary Fleetwood declares that tho city ;must )i> in full, that the school board 11 let acting as Max collector for the tity, and that the department o' educ Itlon requires thai i thO; teachers' theqaea in full be paid them Both promise to "seo about that 1 to October, 1920, the operat oBa'etanas 'nt J 07? as" com he morning the. December option uniped seven-cents, touching mark for the first time in weeks, ,At he.same wheat was prac: tlcally stationari- at The reason for the big jump Is that the miller's and exporters are all after which Is lu the position for cash.I delivery and are paying a big prem Decemlwr Option Jumps and Touches'the" Two Dollar Farmers of. Western -Canada who have held their wheat may get a not appear In the cash total. It Is Ilobert Peacock Heavy del iVerlesqf'coal are being an order 3 and made locally, .this' morning and orders to pfj ,thildrBn s of the rush variety aro just beginning v.hicli will bc-JIslrlbuled to the Nurs'.the Friends F, Co, A Frionii -IOC M< 1M 0( 01 2.0E 10.0I 2.01' Him It had been expected that with Ga Official Thinks the nassine by the House of Ilcpre- v- f J_____.._. the passing by the House of Hep: sentalives of the Fordney bill, thero would have been a drop In Winnipeg wheat and a corresponding rise in Chicago wheat, but-this did not mater- ialize oh the market. Of course, the U. S. senate has yet to act on the Lethbridge Will Get Along O.K. Gas pressure in Lethbridge is-low; _.-._-. _ said Hoberl Winter local manager of Fordney bill so. that it will bo some ihe'gas "but" it is not low- days before the- talc of _Canacliau enough yet start "'worry Ins "about entering tha United Stales will be Ronald Drunenni agerl 14, and Ango- lo Chevner, 13, of Ville St Pjerre, smothe'red to death when weather naturally has caused a drop In tho press 'I think we i will worry along here. 'How about the report tbat they ar< out of gas in he was asked. '1' don't know anything about it There is I no special-iroublo that know of. Pressure must be low there as the demand for gas is enormouF Mr. Winter'states that there was somo local gas trouble at Nanton, ihe report that the'main pipe, lint was lit danger of hcaUog out is in, correct. The trouble, has. been fixed. The mercury stood at 26 below ic Calgary last night. A report from Cat gary at noon states that the gas pres' sure was so low that'It was practical ly of no use for heating bnt that it was still sufficient for kitchen, rangea; Sarnia-natural gas users, ii number, to receive rebates-for Octo her and November rate. Christmas present of several cents a smothered I bushe} as a result of holding Daring collapsed. Taking the lires there ras'a lisa of J91U3 In opferatln; fr POST OFFICE NOTICE t CHRISTMAS. DAY Tie General Post Office will closed Day, fr excepting between the hours of 8 00 and 10 00 am. during fr which period postage atamps, will be on sale, and the General Delivery, and Registration Wickets till be open, _ fr There-will bo one complete fr delivery of