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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAP.R FOtm THK LETKBBmCE DAILY IIEBALD. MONDAY, JANUARY She Ictbbribije Alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY and THE LCTKBRIME HERALD PKINT1N8 COMPANY, LIMITED Itt Mh tattUi, W. A. FrMidut ic a Xtcxiuc Wreclct M 122-1 Audit BUKIU of Clrculationi TELEPHONES Offlu tTtn txr week .....I .14 per year 7.60 BfOf, by mill, to U.S. 2.00 this used by the agaluet whom the criticism it levelled, and by his articular friends to offset the value- of toe criticism by an attempt of his description to lay a red hiring along the path ot the real luuo It cannot be denied that such A slate tf things exists in the city. To oft- id this a ciiirecs' committee will well lave UK place. It will be in. rr-e poll- ion to analyse real Inwardness criticisms made, and by this pro- cess we shall get somewhere, in the ent sUte of things crilieism by preEs is more often than not a job In the spirit in which It g ocnitrued in certain quarters. This from the lack of real Interest in civic matters taken by the clllrens at arse. The press has its functions to perform in expressing its opinions can- didly, if it Is at all worthy of its re- ponelbilities, but the press demands i co-operation in the interest it shows n civic r os shown in tho annual repoii now telng compiled. Tho number- d about of which 3.0W rcpre- ented Fords but tue balance the high- r priced makes of motor cars, Kor the present year it is expected hat the automobile census of Alberta will run up to 4IJ.OOO and preparations are being made accordingly. The new stock of license plates is on the way and vrlll be ready for Issuing tg appli- cants in tha cource of a few days. There has been an increase iu the number of automobiles for -several past, at the rate of aboul >er year. In 191S the licenses issued were and In 1917 they wore 121 or little more than hall 'of what ho present year's figure: sre expect- ed to be. Tbe year lhat brought Ihe outbreak of war could boast of only motor cars in Alberta, and from what u small beginning the business las grown may be seen from Ihe re- cords for 1910 when 423 licenses were ssued. New Auto While the Canadian National rail- ways are holding un the delivery ot tho new green and while automobile Russia, and not icense plates, tho applications are France, may he the future headquart- pouring in at a tremendous, rate, ers ot Miss Isadora Duncan in her et- Provincial Secretary Trow- bridge believes that it Is due to the athelelic dancing. JUE'. here from mild weather tliat so many cars arc Rome. She said she was considering running. He lias used all the "lans- offer from Russia. She declared wldge" he knows in trying lo hurry 'ne itliitudo of, managers In America the delivery of the plates, but so far and England was for "art In quantity as he can find they ara on Ihe ollior with little attention- to quality." side of some derailed freight ifear "I would not mind siarving or being Verinlllon. However, he has-hope; without fine clothes if the future held of the city as well as operate its busi ness undertakings and to rely on pol ular vote for the position they held. Froro" this criticism developed the plan of taking from the cimmlfslon ars, or other officials "tectod liy pop ular vote, the work of the adminhtra live or operative plac lax Ibis directly under a manager by the members of tliu conn ell or aldermen. The underlying iclfa to place the affairs Jr. a city on a buls as near as possible to 'hat of a business where the ahireholders the ratepayers aldcnncC, and the "direc- tors, a general manager, to carry on Ihe business of the undertaking, tho directors advising on matters of policy and procedure, as would the members of the council where there was a city 'manager. in that there has been recent dis- cussion on the form ot government with a city manager, we give the views ot'Mr. byell, who has no doubt studied Ihe question in IU various aspects, for what they are worth. 1 It la interesting to know from what JMr. Lyell says that, recognizing the pudency of the day in tho appoint- rnent of city managers, some of the .eailing universities in the United Stales, such as the University of Michigan, have arranged complete courses of study to help qualify men 'or tho position. The range of sub- jects ifl usually wide, comprising cer- laln branches of civil, mechanical, chemical and electrical engineering administration, public fi- iiance, corporation problems, public service industries, business admlnis (.ration, principles ot accounting, muni cEpal accounting, mathematical theory of investments, city planning and .civic improvement, nnd the law of municl pal corporations and that of public officers. 'Mr. Lyell is EO taken with the plan of a city manager that ha considers it would pay cities to use- the com of' having them hero by Thursday. Tho first hundred or so licenses are secured by much tho same .people from year to year. J. II. Morris, who nad the first automobile In Edmonton, has always hod the No. 1, H. Middle- ton of Calgary gate 2, J. Ross, Ed- monton, 3, Hon. A- J, McLean 4> Fred Robertson, Edmonton, 5, Dr. Stanley of Calgary G, Captain Charles Flavin. South Edmonton, 7, Chief Jus- tice Harvoy f. George Webster of Cal- gary S and 9, M. Nicholson of the Calgary Herald 13, J. A. Fraser ot Edmonton H, Aid. Percy W. Abbott 15, H. A. Schneider of Edmonton, 16, the Haywoo'd Lumber Co. of Edmon- ton Archie McKlllop of Cat- gmry and 22. The lieutenant governor always, has precedence in.regard to the. number of the year BO the government, house car will this year have' the license number ol 19EO. Licenses ate given out from Cal- gary, and Medicine Hat, as well as from the provincial secretary's promise that really npprcclative per sons vrould benefit by my she said. "They say that the Bolshevist arc dealing kindly witU artists. "America is not "artistic. She is enthusiastic over an artistic idol for a year, or, maybe, two, ;but iicver hi tho third year. In France theatrical managers force me to employ an or of fifty. musicians. There fore, prices soar.. "Art should: be.'for the people and for students, bat iodayr It is only for the new rich." office nt the parliament, bnlldlngs. 'rcsUeat Marnoch Feints Out Features of Fred Situation PICKED UP IN PASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN V la connection with the hay and feed ituatiou in Southern Alberta, Presi- ent Marnoch of the Board of Trade. ollowing the visit to the city yfstor- ay of H. A. Craig, deputy minister ot aarlculture, had something to say this lorntnr to the Herad. Mr. Maraoch, using tho parable of the wise .and oolish virgins, Issues A word of warn- ua: to farmers not be mislead Into ailing to make sufficient provision for hay lo carry their slock kthrough till trass, and their work horses through mill June when the seeding'rush will >o over and it may be expected that here will be plenty of grass to carry hem. Mr. llarnoch points out that t is very foolish.for farmers who will need further supplies of hay to hold ff in tho foolish hone they may be- able to get through without buying more. Tho natural result of such a course would be that, when the next ilg storm comes, Ihere would be a rush for hay which would swanip the ransportatlon facilities. He also pointed out that delay In ordering now rould place the government la the of not being1 awaro ot the amount of hay still needed to see tlie lock through, and hcnco It would ho unable to prepare in an Intelligent way fur future needs. By ordering now, also, the farmers would protect :hemiselves against n further increase n price. Hay increased recently from to {2.60 per ton. In Quebec, where the best hay comes from, Eng- Ish nnd American buyers are in the market. President Marnoch states hat- from his own observations the northeast part of Scotland last year had practically n tots I failure, and in worse need for hny supplies thnn even Southern Alberta, so that Quebec hay will find a ready market In the- Old Country. The president declared that in his opinion the fanners, themselves were in many esses to blcrsc for the delay iu gelling hay supplies for they held off till the very last inlnute before making arrangements for their needs. Further difficulty can bo avoided by orde'ring the- supply now for the rest of the season This wlil give the government, dealers and railway com- panies an opportunity to size up the situation and prepare to meet it. BERLIN, Jai. situation created by the railway strike became .worse- yesterday especially In the tions lo the ranks of the strikers. A Word of Advice io Employers Fund Comes Out of Taxes In some parts of Canada there is >eing shown a tendency when em- committee an- IJuhr district, .wh-.rc there were addl- pointed by the'Alberta Clydesdale as- Eocjation Is meGiing with Hon. Duncan The committee o{ Social-Democratic Marshall atlarnoon, to ciiscuss Ihe railway men the Com- munists responsibility for the strike, alleging that while it is osten- sibly an economic movement, it Is In rfulliy political measure Intended to accomplish the Introduction of an Industrial council systelu on the Com- munist plan, The Independent Socialists and Com- are laying off men for tin: munlstn-are held-to be responsible inlnri to dischanjo returned nienjfor 'urther walkouts in tho Essen, in preference to civilians owing [o Iho Eiherfeld and Munsler districts. In-Ihe Ruhr districts It was Impos- sible to rnovo even emergency food 'act that returned'soldiers'who arc without work or funds are able lo se- cure relief from Ihe- Federal Emer-jlrains- At Dusseldort a gas and olcc- :enc.y Fund. Lieut. of the DC- trlc is threatened, owing partment of Soldiers' Civil Re-Estab- iislnnenL here points out that employ- ers in following Ihia course, are mere- ly piling np the call upon Ihls emer- gency land. It Is pointed out that the fund is raised out of tmes so lhat to lack tit coal arid the railwaymen liavo presentiil now demands to the government. Ten thousand '.Berlin insurance clerks, struck yesterday, representing 75 companies. The employers claim lln; luml 13 l-u uul Ul Itlltib SO til ill! enipbycis in following Ihe above lhal is not complete. Tho course nro merely adding to their own Madse'rare. Pots- taxes. 'All employers are urged Stuttsart and Dresden clerks are follow the same course as previously that is to employ tlte greatest'possiblc number of returned men. In connection with, the above, the following letter received by Iho Her- ald from a Calgary returned soldier who has been visiting here, Is ot in- terest: Editor lay returned men oft lit thn middle of Iho winter, turn them out of their post office jobs lo the mercy of tho world, Is that what Ihe govern- menl rcr.on struct I Or are these men who fought for (heir country blued salaries of two or more Com- re-established? What are [he people mfasloners for paying a business Lothbrirtgo, going to rlo about it? pert for the management of the affaln tlLey to ko011 rnum'-and let those men whom Ihc.y ciieercd at the 01 lllc railway slotlon when they left lo been perfected here. 'PEACOCK' TAILOR ASKS TO FOCH FOR ADDRESS AT ACADEMY It was rumored today the. tho lailor who haa hcen iry Ing to Inveigle tho male Bex Into he coming hnmnii [inacocks the dirty end cif rhe stick? I hope tlio.pcoplo ol -.vljl tiike this matter up with the government. truly. W. II. Calgary. RA6DITS A PARIS rAu NEW nil tiff wllh the. princcllr.B I'rjkiiicso nnd all on the .syncopnil.ii; bunny, according (o cablfi advi.ies from gsy Paree. The _ ill) The apparntiu consists of a high j preached Jlarsiiai Voch, wbo is sooi power electric HuM bulb, titled with to be received by the French Acid a oiiaqtin roliector, thelemy, nnrl lion offered'to mr.ko tnin i inner side of which reflects lo worn on lhat occasion 'There has been much discussion ns t< what costume the Murslial ahoul. wear and what color It should br whether lie should rend his addrcs In Iho blue UTiiform ot a Mai aha] or In the traditional grden of Ih Academy. The men of i'avi.-i lire no niovti parcil fo adopt llin rufflffl anil bright colors fiugsosteLl by the enter- screen pinned above Ihe light. Tbe screen Is Unfit with small patches of different colors, arranged according to a formula worker! out empirically by Mr. Sheringham, the Inventor, nnd tested perfected in tho Imperial nology. The lighl 1'aris. Irie neweal in forls from tlf- Boislf.ndey hogan the movement ar.d faaiiionablo Pdrl- of ficlence and Teen- thrown down from the .trouble. l chUlt sad le- to do my, wort part Uw Lydta tabla Compoood wu rccommezidad tome I took- twelve bottlMof thbutmn good and do dresi- jne brsidei- my" booeewbrk. You it liberty to pjibllih.piy jf it of .women driraleiw from lit aocba jniMnble'ebn- from diiplacementa, in- flammation, uleeration, backache, sirlc- acJie, headache, nerroiuhess, cr "the Woes." Sncb women ahonld proSt by Mrs. Sanfori herb remedy, Lydia E. Piak- Compourd, and find relief from their sufferings as she did. Foripeclal to root B. Fmkhnm Medicine Co.; Lynn, Mass. Theresnjt ot Ihelr lonf your iervice. screen Is mid lo show colors almost i pricing as well m lu full daylight. Vniicr j Porh. the naw Ilsht tin! lea to wnre'of color (llslliKt. iiuiiso bluen were blues. Jiors la n sradunl ucceptanne nj l colialts bad Iheir full value, ami colored sulls. There are cvldc loat the rntlrllBh shnde which they IhaL green and dark purple will Ji :iuer ttmn About the limit, of. Iho cbilngf: M'nrejof colors for to display In llghl. a vogue next Mi[ a great j be no trinimings. will elenne? nre (bur, Tilt A in woolly canine petj nnd adopting the future Is for this Invention 1 The