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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, DECEMBE-U 1920 1JAILY HfcKAuD N1NK t Com r Freeman nation Of CH1LDRENS' SHELTER THANKS MANY WHO CONTRIBUTED -TO ITS CHRISTMAS CHEER The Editor, abridge He raid.; i to stale thst it Is to be regretted that your "Why Column." In my: humble opinion, Is .not being ziiade the useful adjunct to your paper and to the publics that It might be if It were: confined to saiie questions (poking (or information and not for .faultjndlng'labs. I will bo only too pleased at all UniEs to answe.f aav: saue- question" looking -for inforoutloo regardless of who am jipt going to waste the C It'y'fi't I ma In replying" to s area s- :tip (juesjlpisj'such as "Why don't we :gef an-'exteps'lo'n'lof the Street Car iLlrJe" ffut -Ji'itMtiB.'Valr Grounds, lf.lt .pays to-'rua7empty'c'ara'frdni-the-west. pt; Stli AV'B- to, the Fair Grounds; I :pur astrologers and wilV" Aguro -an "running-' ompty afid you, Mr. Editor, evi- dently-think-thai'] should waste time :answerjhy tblif Ttfn.d of twaddle.' t .As my.duties; they'are to operate' the'-system glvon me by to the .beat atf- but when it comes to ,'the cossattbn' of the .operation ofj any uiiist re? do'so froni tha lEptepayijrirlijo.Cqubt have the pow-. to add .to'1 jor.'cut down the service i'as to dtupabd. rjiut of any part th'o system, I api of the opinion It at least I do dp. without a ppnjto effect that there Liier rpu PB 'depe ndant these people are ;car user? to the-.jull extent. These "a.lsp pay taxes for you- police, 'and which, 'they cijiial benefit with not-build until until. they_vcQnsidered that'.they were service. "Sureiy, then, ttiese peoplo'are'entttreri to some f.JYpu >sl> ''Why not piit on Inore Ai. BlileV more anBKer-is.'.more acrs on lose you money. Tftj reason'rhe pays Is cars .are Crowded at times .BSd.thaae are conditions tin- .JJr which 'slreet'cars will' pay. in'.'any Icity tftday. (old' yoii: that it was a cojhmpn.'aayipg- amongst railway men It.i'wag the'strap hanger" that iUjadejetceet fallways pay." You pre-. ierred- so cpUBtrue my words as to this -phrase .of: rny and 'thatl; eared-little Qr.nbth- inl' for fU.e 'qOnyenjehce of '.tho -public. Tie Children's .'Shelter, and Chil- dren's Aid Society thank- most heartily tuose: who .contributfcd sogeberously to Christ- mas day a success for the kiddies of the Institution. Denatlc.'.s received were Masonic Ixjjge. North Star, fruit, :J. D. Hard- Ing. 2 chickens; J. A. Perry. 1101 1th Ave., S., dol; rocking-horse, carriage; Pupils of Mr. Erandow's room. Fleet- sciool, 3- cakes: Sunday 'School, -toys and'clothing; Ladies' Auxiliary, Y.M.C.A.. soup; i4th St., S.. clothing; The White's District Indies' Aid, The CJergy of St. Patrick's Parish per Rev. Father-McCaffrey; Friend 13; Chitf Gillesple, cHocoiaie. tssdles, fruits and'nuts; Miss Hilda Barber (Good cake; Sirs. .Sam- Miss Tilney, lioyai .baby boniieti; 6f 'new' baby1 clothesT: -Scott, -baker, cjke: McNaJly, chocolate and'candy; .1.1 r, of oranges Art-' bos ;of.' apples and bag of -U.-'W.' Gre'Ig, 938 13th St., S-, boi of appies. ttn-fW marmalade; paughlers of the Em- plre, the holly wreaths; A- F'riend-, :6hrisiraas tree; Terrlll 'Floral Co., 2 plants; Mrs G. H. 319. 13th St., S., boi-pt of Corin- merce, box of .chocolates; Chief Moun- tain Creamery, creara; Omar Khayyan, D.O.KJC. and Knights of Pythias. Lcthbridge No. 2. and Myrtle candies, cookies, nuts, orange's, dates, chocolate; Kiiider- gafton. table" 'chairs, 2 rocking horses, 3 dolls, 4 bo Oku, teddy bear, -1 rattles, 2 balls, mguth organ, ABC. .3 .engines, 1 horse, 2 games, 1 cotneback-; Knights of Columbus Electrical "Workers 1 case soil cakes, rai sins 'and butter; "Tho" Willis Co., .loan of-''pho'nograph and records; ilasonlc Lodge, North .Star, No. Lethbridge No." Charity No; 67. Second "dq'na fru.il. cake, sab ds, co'bkec meat' and BuchananT tral School, fruit, chrtcqlale- McLean Transfer cartage: i and Co, SALVAtnON.ARMY conditions. If we afe'tp getr bur system. regard' to service. time .tijriq p'rpflt- aBle; 'that 'the si'r'afjio vfarranis its operation from a liqint.df cqnyeniBiico( arid- the sarnoilnvfide'MJer''degree :mayjbo''saltl you have practlc'-' reply long as this. Je.Jter I have not gpne 'into1 dotiij and In presenting it I tiia'ti "s f 't J -r FilEEMAN. Coirirnissfpi'er'Publlc. .Utilities. Constriifiljng- pqntracU awarded :.ln thu village and rur-' al djstrlcts' durliig for Ihe'elByenfmontii's was Cuticura Talcum FOR THE KIDDIES There's nothing more health- ful, more oppeHtlng than good, i Bread. The beat food consume is And QUAKER P Is.tho.best Dread.' i'Nof only dp tb.c kiddies enjoy it heartily, each member of the faulty wckotnes It at every Buy QUAKER BREAD. Ltd. Bread, CHRISTMAS TREE WOMEN CIIY ;_- L1LLIE YOUNG Irst Week of New Year To WILL WELCOME ANY- QUESTIONS OR Observed Program Arranged ALONG THESE LINES. ADDRESS HER IN CARE OF THE People' or Mjnyt real ''rights" to tbi jrojiK'ty. .The first week of .January will here In the aro a Average Stale bserved as week of prayer in the people. If we all become far as legislation 'goes, the state hurctes as usual. all Is ell. But it we lov.'a is a f Jir average of the east- .It is, suggested by He and Scotch, and French, and middle state's. There both onraittea of the Forward all will; not be and 'wife have each a full bat this week be siren to Jar the good will between right iu the properly of the .eflnlte Intercession for the people south of us is Neither can without utpourlsg of the Holy- Spirit, and v-'e usually tlitnk that ibe other joining in the transaction. ;eeplng with He suggestion miles of boundary the case of a zeparation, a judge sterlal association of ths, city the most serious question. absolute power to. divjda iho es- .rranged the. following program Our Canadian no matter In. whose name it Is for yeirsbee5f spending f Every minister iviil be in his thousands of 'dollars, and event of the death of either the hurch on Monday, Wednesday tliB country thoroughly, takes one-third oi all proper- evening and -the following "settlers to come to our belonging to the deceased. K there haugo of: pulpits will be in The railroads- no cnlldren, the two-thirds goes 'uesday and Thursday same. The machinery oi both to the' relatives ofthe deceased Tuesday evening, "Kcox; Rev. T. D. onc-s. Wesley. Rev." P. Vf. the present timVntost proficient. No pain- or. expense has been spared' you see, tho woman. has raised a family Is the better protected Irst Baptist, Rev. A. H. Denoon. it so., t tho woman who has raised no id KV, Rev, Franklin. Christian, incoming settlers will no is belter off, for her husband 3. B. .loach like those are not will cent from her. but if Thursday evening: Rev. Some, will be. desirables, are children he can. will two 3. Jones. First Baptist, Rev. will not. .The net .will away from all of the family in. United N., Rev. C. E. catch both kinds, just as it has in either ho can give Christian, Hev. A: done. 1C we are getting cent away while lie is It is hoped that the members of we had bare homestead. There he churches will support the setting' the net1 broadcast. If not sell OLO Inch of land. without flees both by their .presence not-wani them at all, wo had signature, neither can 'she Without irayors. .Attend every service in in' the But whlla we. >wn church. get all and the Iowa law is not absolute to-.tqme; we should also then -but it represnnt? legislation them, and use every effort almost, two generations ago', them to. become real Canadians. The same -is. of course Uua alone; and that while- woman suffrage, was still receiving tho t-ram People's Forum ;JTho States was. used "ha' as. example: because our- 'system 'The' Western States are more _ -r-, '1 there. is, They almost all have .wlia feeling, and discourages the "yours" and "mine-" thoughts, and this is such a Tjtal thins In the making of a real hoije. Men Like It These are the laws which were es- tablished aluiost entirely by men.- It stands to reason then, that men them- selves like It whenever they hate j tried it, for legislation there his mov- led steadily toward a I been able to discover a real i instance where .the tendency to a I "partnership" has been replaced by bringing back the "vassal" Idea. Why! Well, for one reason., thst idea must bring the "yoai'S" and thought to the mind of the "vassal" too. It is rather amusing to those of nS who have bec-n-born and raised to a certain, or perhaps i should say to a the uncertain ago under such laws. to h ear neoplo argue that such, things all right in theory, but in practice will hot work. That it will cut a man's credit iu two and many raoro such arguments. Take a looi at the very, laws in action, where they bar a been hrae< tiba for.mqro thm a generation. And what would perhaps bs more oonrrnc< rae. is that tta trend olthought Is toward, not from-tali idea. Do not feel womsu sfa selfish In desiring such Justice. It is not even Justice' to hersall that is wo- man's main Idea In desiring a changed status, but tho good of the TO replace the- "yours" and "mina" thoughts, with the "ours" feeling. Next week (Us column will prove to any doubters that the wifa in tha province Is legally a a "pro- and will ehqw tie Impossibil- ity and even tho uBdeslrablltty ot'giv- ing her "rights'' or even, freedom of action whilo that ii her statut, (Contributed.) One lit the. best Christmas programs i connection with the i Salvation Army Sunday-school was .given on Monday night -before a packed clta del, many people 'having torstand a the back "corridor. '-'Adjutant Hardy ojienoi: !ia. proceedings with- a song Sergeant Major. Muiidy after which Brb. TayloP'ot ".Medicine Ha took the .chair. In 'a few brief re marks -cphcernljig the ..work of th' youn gvp the r.Sfiai rm took thg. first Jtem Sundis'; SohqiJi" fecUati on, S.taii] ey "Joyce i i'-A'clIon sonj the'. Primary .class was rirec'ated byUlie .people.'-'- Chrialma :ableau.''' Sister Bullock's .class; dia ogue, '.Sister. Mrs. Joyce's class; due Frayn .and .Maggie Hardy cfub; KwiTtglng by; the Girl Guard was. loudly applauded recitation ;b; Dorothy Legglit; Song by Sunday Biblejreading our ed rothe, inhiri jsii .Che Icin, -wa given in duet -by Sister Ha'rdy and Mercer; -recitation, Ailoen Song, Bible class boys; lan- tern drill, "also given by tho Guards in Japanese dress well received by tSp Song by .Sister Lappin and class; fecitation, Auilray' .Sisler Mercer's quinetto by Junior Soldiers; Lle'utcnaDt Ede; Song, Sunday School; Action song by Cadet Taylor was effectively Upne, bringing to tho hearts peo.ple coiivlutipn as she; sang that-old" "Nearer My God- to! Thee." -lu- coming' to the principal .event, :great.'rejoicings were made- nianifesV; by the young people, as Santa 'Cljijis arriyedlwith his friend, the long journey. He and busy for a tlme-'.ln from three lafgq Christmas nicely decorat- ed -and'0fgtii.ea up' by colored lights. Great Credit' Is 'due to 'the' following comrades for 'the pallenco and hard In1 with .tho. young people for thg great success of -this annual dernoflslration: Young People's lead- er, Brd. Frayne, Dopt. 'Bandmaster, Sisters' Mrs. Sta'rks. Joyce, iiieut. Starks and teachers of the Sunday School. Adjutant Hardy dc'sjressfb ihank Campbell, Wilson Chief Gillesple, and others for theifi gifts o( candles, oranges e young people and the SACRAMENTO'S EXPERIMENT -Leth Dec. Editor Herald: He managerial form of city. government. .A Accent issue 'of, the. Engineering. News-Record gives a brief outline'.'of the chmgo in city, government "for. Sacramonlo, Cal.. from the commis-' sion to "tho council-manager An election for thfs change was held on Nov. 20th. and carried: bv" a vote 7692 ,lp 15S7. Under, the'new. plan .an election Is to be held .Beit' May ;ior.'llie selection of a now cjiuiir. cil ?of nine inembers, by tho ptopor- tipnal representation system. This council organizes' at once for .thefenV gaglng_of.a city manager to takerqf- ilce on June 30th; when a'new :clty clty ft6' charter "goes -Into' effect.' Under flan outlined the cily manager, ap- points all.- executive' officers otjithe' city- government except himsclfTrthe, city attorney, city city cleric and polico.judgo. A. city engi- neer appointed by. the city manager lakes .over Una dutjes of scverdl c'ofii- missroiers as public etc.j.; thl'e, pfah calls 'for cd by the' city council .with tli'o sup'er- iutendedt of executive' of- ficer. Sacramento .has a :populaiion or Respectfully 'Hi LEVEIl.r ind nutf-i. Th seniors .will re emember the good times through the goodness 'of Cod of 1920 Christmas season: HARDINO'3 POSSIBLE CABINET 1 (An Associated Press Cuets.) Charlss E.: Hufltiea of New York, secretary of state, Charles W. Dawes of lillnols, secretary of tho treasury. John" W. Week's -of Massa- .enucette, secretary of the navy. Will H. Hays, Indiana, post- master or' secretary of the Interior. Henry Wallace, of Iowa, sec- retary of agriculture. Hoover of California, secretary of labor. Harry M, Daughtery, attorney general, ft ONE POUND BABY 19 FLOURISHING 'ABILENE, Dec. 30. A one-pound fcaby born Christ- mas night in Mr. nnd. Mrs W