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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta The Page of Live Local News ICbe' Derail All The Local Where You Expect It SATURDAY, JANUARY SECOND SECTION LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. SECOND SECTION PAGE ELEVEN Mayo r Hardie Can See No Good in Changing Form of Government 11LAIR RIPLEY GKTCS FINE POSITION WITH C. P. R IN ONTARIO More Democratic and Would Cost More mission government prevailing In Lethbrldgc. Tho commissioners give tho widest opportunity for publicity, they are eubject In every conceivable Of special interest to people is an announcement made In the east that Lieut.-Col. Blair Rtpley, C.B.B., D.S.O., had been appointed dis- trict engineer over C.P.R. Hces In On- vice A. L. ilerlzherg, retired. Mr. IRIpley was formerly engineer of grade separation at Toronto, leaving, that position for military service with the Ho served .with distinction overseas, beine congratulated by Field Mershat Haig for Ills splendid work.- Jlr. Hlp- of Mr. straight commission form as It pre to the 1917 audit. tends that the present commission form of government is a democratic one, in fact too democratic, In that it brings tho executive too near to the peojile and a buffer might be a good Vis. Anything in the way of the man- agerial form ot government being a cheaper government titan one by com- mission, tho_ mayor dismisses us a snaro and'a'delusion. He maintains that a'competenl manager could not he obtained for less than to a year and he would still re- quire the services of Sir. Freeman 01 5Ir. Meech, or men. ot their like at- tainment. From "what he has recently learnt, his worship stales ho would hesitate to take tho.responsibility of'advocat- ing a change from tho straight com- mission form ,of government to com- mission-manager form. Tho following aro the verbatim Views o! life mayor: His Worship's Views In my 1917 preface lu Hie auditors' vails in Lelhbrldge. my objection, If I have any, to It; I think it brings the executive loo closo lo Ihe people, and a huffor helween the people and the executive .might he a good thing. Managerial Form Not Cheap (2) Some want a change becaueo they think the cominisBlonrmanagsr fonn would ho cheaper. This is a snare niid a delusion. No form can he cheaper, not even coun- cilmanic government, than the straight commission fonn. When the mayor and immediate staff in liotk counciimanic aud straight commission forms are compared, the latter is tho cheaper; the same thing applies to both .of tho departments of .public works and public utilities. The Ms- ures have been gone over so often that they need not he repeated here. .The commission-manager form can not ho cheaper because, a competent manager would not take f" Coalhuret" ieii aockcy at the.L.A.A-A. rink tonight at o'clock. Dinning announc- ed at UOOD. Ice is fine and as neither c-f two (earns has yet broken column it should ho a battle mfti. Boucher for the MouuUea cf the Coalhurst Miners are particular stars 4tid a big cnjMot fans should he on deck to-see 483 fun. EIGHTH fctOUOR CONVICTION BY A. P. P. SINCE DEC. 10 Pleading gulity to the charge of unlawfully liquor for sale, Dan McMillan was fined and cbitt by 'Mttgiitrate Burnt 11 at the A.P.P. CMrt. This makes the eighth eonvktfoh under the Liquor Act within' the city limits since December loth; which the A.P.P. have- netting altogether In fin's of which has gone W-tte provincial ti-eas- "ry. report I said: "While I do not want b to put myself oif record as advocating a change in the present form of gov- ernment, I do want lo point out some of Us weaknesses and suggest what 'might he-improvements." 1H-191S 1 approved tho statement. I do not think anyone will charge me with advocating a change or even suggesting it until 11 thorough investi- gation and comparison was made be- Iween the two forms of civic govern- viz., comiuissioii-mauager and straight commission. What 1 said in extension ot the ahpvo quotations both in 1817 ami ISIS hold-gecd so far as my judgment guos, hut I am forced to the conclusion that only superficial arguments are pill .forth by the advocates a change aa follows: CommlMlon Gov't Democratic Some want a change solely on tho, grounds that the straight..-com- iniEsIdh'fbrm Is autocratic or at least "ii'ol democratic. .__ This in 'my judgment ia'a eunl argument: Xo form that I can Los Angeles Dairymen Paying High There Says Local Man Forty-dollar alfalfa rules in Los An- geles, according to a letter from a local business man now there to President of the Board ot Trade. This is Bomcwlmt higher than in Southern Alberta. Tho letter "The enclosed cutting with regard to hay prices will no doubt interest you. Slightly higher all round than Lcthbflrlgo prices when 1 left, hut ap- proximately the same. The dairies bility of iho.whole city for less rom to per year la hnvo loday annmlncell an increase o comparative salary with that paid by ilo a nuarl for lnilk> maliing it 17o a ho C.P.II. Natural Resources which .quart or 9c a pillt] so our hom8 rlilk ,as not more business to look afttfr 'doalers appear to ho on a par'with as capital while lip, would others ,n (ho samo flr u require Mr. Freeman.or Mr. Meech or in also tllat lllero ls no men of their attainment at the head anow hcro to jnterEere with of public utilities and public works, even so tncv apparently rcspecllvely, The commission-man- ager cannot save money .in salaries; in fact, it will cqst more. No' Reason for Charge Therefore to justify a change we hay right along to the etock." The item referred to above, follows "Another sharp advance lu thp. hay niarket was announced this. .weel when choice alfalfa advanced "frnii have to look in .some other direction lo per (oll f ljOS than a-reduction'. ot: salaries. This is and Sall .Di No 1 MMa ,rom I can ?35 to ?37 standard alfalf those from }33 to ?3S cholcc dnlr set forth in my 1917 report. S nee. ?39. t writing my-1917'report 1 have given T--> the -matter much careful.B.ludy hoth ,on in .pur owii; city, and in. other {mm ?33 to lio u tho .jn sii amons' dai (h an conceive of hoing1 designed could be''commission-manager form. and other cities, men and riiEers is (hat but find no- new. reason for change, and relai, price m[ and I learned.. .rfeal- react to the in crease. It is Iheir contention tha Die present" prices cannot bo maintain led oil ?10 hay." make me hesitate to tako the.rcsponsi- a change from straight'cOmmbsiou- government ________ O- Ou fjnnrlay afternoon at 3 p.m. a raliy v.-ill ho held In Knox Church for the purpose-of inaugurating the Home Service Campaign which is be- ing put on on Tuesday next by a com- milleo of citizens in aid of the worh of-tho Salvation Army In Alberta splendid program has been ar- ranged, ami it is hoped the citizens will' attendrin large numbers and lake advantage of the opportunity aitorrt- cil of hearing what the Salvation Army hag done and is iloiag in Soiiat Service work as well as what aro the Intentions of ils officials for tho ex- tension of tho work in Alberta. Addresses will he given by W. A. Jluchanan, Esq., M.P.. Dr. Rivers, and Adjutant II. Chas. Tulle of Edmonton. Vocal solos will ho rendered by Mrs. F. B. Laylcn and Mr. Oco. K. Fleming, >Ir. F. E. will accompany. The Salvation Army band will furnish suitable selections. His Worship Mayor Hardio will preside The campaign which will he held throughout (he province to raise 000 In aid of Iho work tho Salvatloi Army has already established In Al berla, but which has been laboring uu dcr very trying conditions throughou the war on account of a lack 6t funds Jinrl Iho Salvation Army is confiden that a great deal better work, and far tlicr reaching results can he obtalnec iban even the spleiullil records ot thi past few years, if funds can -bo olj laijicd to properly ecinip tho variou: Institutions throughout the province lo establish somo urgently nec( ert extensions; Tlie caimis will bo carried throug on Tuesday afternoon by about slxt Imsilinsa men and It Is the Intentioi to visit fivery h'ous'o In tho city durin the hours from two to flvo o'clock Kvery person Is requested lo .hav llielr gift ready so lhat tho busy me who call will not ho delayed. Offlcla receipts will bo given tor every'gi and for cases whoro a later gift 1 preferable a subscription card Is pn Tided. Lists for the gifls of tho staff o DID YOU GET YOUR HAIR CUT? The unexpected hat happened, the cprt of riiying your hair cut has jumped 3 quarter from the price as It was of 50 cents to 75 cents. This took effect this morn- Ing. The price .for thote under 15 years of age hai been pushed up to 60 pur old friend, H. C. of L. is held responsible for the raise. SEEDIEATIS EOF M EAT ARKET If you desire service, quality rmd satisfaction in meats open four account with us for 1920. Delivery to any part ot the 3lty. All phono orders given personal attention. 1110 6th Avenue South Phone 796 Coaldale Farmers Leave It To Judge Jackson lo Settle Differences In tho case of Dick and Helen Lojias, jl IxahbrlrtEC, vs John Ontko, of Cola- dale, which camo hefore tho District Court on Friday afternoon and occu- much lime, his Honor reserved his decision. Tho plaintiff Hit's Ixrons claimed Ihc sum of from the defendant, the price ot GO hushels Of wheat which ho left with him and which he claimed Ontko wrongfully appropriated to his own use, causing the plaintift to he de- prived of the said wheat which ho required for seeding In the spring of 1910. As a consequence plaintiff was obliged to purchaft seed wheat at tho price of per bushel. Plaintiff further claimed' tho sum of for work performed for tho defendant In the hay-field and In threshing and a further suhi for other work. Sirs. I-opas put In a claim for for work done for the defendant ty her. Tho large fii-ms left at all Ih flal claim made was for with large husiness houses and tho co- Intereit at 5 per cent operation of nil -proprietors and Defendant denied the claim ani, sigers of such firms Is requested in counter-claimed for the loss.of a Reprints Have advanced six cents a copy. This means lhat tho price will evcnluallv ho Wo have hundreds of choice titles still at 85c Intending buyers should con- the advanlage in making a. selection while the price Is com- mendable. THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE 514 4th Ave. Phone 613 order that a lihcral united gift may ho matla from the firm and staff. Tho 'firms have been asked to permit the llsln to bo circulated hy one of the staff among tho employees so that nil Khali have an opportunity lo give. Tho committee nak Ihe hearly cn-operallon of all to make Ihe Homo Servlco cam- paign one ot the most successful and rapidly cjtecuteil th- clly has had. horse which had Us leg cut through, as ha alleged, the negligence of the plaintiff whlle'ho was running a mow- er with a of which the horse was one. As ft result ttio animal had to. be Us value was claimed. }Ir. AV. K. Gray appeared for llio plaintiff, nml Mr. John Vnselenak for the For One Week Only WE ARE SELLING ALL OUR HIGH GRADE Varnishes IN ANY SIZE AT A DISCOUNT OF 10 If you are wise, get busy be- fore tho rise lu price Inkc-j place. Wellington Bros SHERLOCK BUILDING of opium and the smoke lu the showed lint somebody had1 In-'_ dulging In the practice of workiug up an opium dream. The Chinaman was haled before Magistrate Durrcll ot the A. 1'. court aud fined 550 and costs. Hence the appeal. ill; Honor allowed the appeal, quashing tlio cunvicllon on the plea of tho Chluamaa that the articles did not belong to him but were llio prop- erty of another Chinaman to whom he had rente-} tho room which contained Iho ppium equipment. Further there vras not tho necessarv evidence that Appeal to Quash Conviction the Individual tnj been.caught In Iho :l Against Lee Suey is Granted act of using tho oplnm. H.' Ostlund appeared tor the Crown, and C. F. Harris tor Lee Suey. NEW MICROPHONE A now microphone to collect sounds BELOW After pitting, the Iwnsplel out of business the weather- man camelliaek strong on Fri- day nlgbtAwlfh, Ecvcrt below. Continued iveatlier Is tho f or .Sunday. During the Inches of itation weft recordeJ. The pre- cipitation .'ifor 1919, .was o'nly-UjJ inches. All tho mysteries of opium smoking were In evidence In the District Court, on Saturday morning, and created ___ great deal of Interest in them among ami convey them lo the ears of partly hh Honor Judgo Jackson, tho mem- deaf persons by almost invisible wires bcrs of tho'Bar; and the court officials Is so compact that It can bo worn present. These comprised- a pipe with under a man's necktie, '.ha appearance of a flute, containing j oa the upper, portion of the stem a bowl .-wllh a'small hole in It in which Iho baked nugget of opium Is placed rculy for'tha Joys of tho opium smok- er. To.saralaUy measure out tho re- quired quantity of opium, there was q very neat" and delicale scales' made of brass and suspended by silk cords to an ivory stick-on which wera marked the various graduated weights, i A lamp for heating the opium, with a glass container, and a tin ot opium completed the apparatus. The articles mentioned were on That an export permit has been Is- sued tor bushels of Alberta wheat for shipment to the UnHeif States, and (hat most of it will go to Montana via Cout'.g; Is tho Informa- tion gathered at tho C.P.K. general offices here. This wheat was pur- chased by a Montana elevator com- pany for distribution to farmers from its Hue elevators. The price Is under- stood to have been f3.2o per bushel, EO that tho deal involves practically a million dollars. H will take about :W cars, or fivo trains, to move the gralu. hlbitlon In Ihe appeal for the qucshing of a conviction against Lee Suey, who runs the. Cosmopolitan Cafe, First Avenuo South.. On August last tho premises .were raided by the A. P. and breaking Into a'room that was 1 locked ,the apparatus discovered I wllh no crad present, hut the aroma Have Your Teeth Attended to, The Cost Is No longer an Obstacle You know what our regular fixed prices for our guaranteed dental 'work ...have riven in Ihe Very reasonable, you. will admit if you have had any work done, or ask any of your have-treated thousands in this and.they will -lell you. All out this ad., and bring it to our office in Lethbridgo. It will entitle you to a straight genuine discount of Could anything be to.your advantage? Dentistry As We Practice U is a Gentle Art OTT K ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS UNDENOMINATIONAL Y. M. C. A. AUDITORIUM SUBJECT: God's Standard f or the Christian Good Open Discusilor Ladles Invited Federal Emergency Appropriation for Ex-members of the Forces Tills Fund Is being administered by tho Canadian Patriotic Fund. Tha territory covered by the Lothhrldge Branch hag the bound- aries. and Littla Bow Elver. Boundary. island and Foremost. Monarch and Blood Reserve. Claims upon this Fund are solely hased upon UNAVAILABILITY OF EMPLOYMENT or ENFORCED INADEQUATE EMPLOYMENT during lio mouths of December, 1319, January, February aud March, 1820. Before applications are eligible for consideration Applicants mutt Mcure i Certificate from the authorized repreiervUttva of the Depart- ment of Civil (Lethbrldge This nollce Is inserted by Iho lAthbrlogo Branch of Iho Canadian Patriotic Fund wh6 will appreciate tho bringing fo their nollce, by nny- pnn knowing tlio circumstances, cases apparently eligible for financial aid. Write or telephone. CANADIAN PAThlOTIC FUND (l.cthlirlilge Branch) i, Koom 'M Sherlock 701 Braporated Peaches, new stock. .Sunklst hrand, extra faucy, per lo....... Eggs, No. 1 candled, per dozen Buckwheat Flour, Red Feather, per pkg. 43c 70c 22c McLaren's Cream Cheese, or 2 pkgs................iJC Chili Sauce, Van Camp's, per bottlo Sweet Relish, bottlo 42c 25c SATURDAY CASH AND CARRY Clark's Pork and Beans, Is, tall, per tin lOc 6 No. 2 tins, each.....................- 13c 3 tins ftr..........................52c Sunklst Figs, per 50c DUC Spanish Tahln Ita 1 lu. clusters Corn, Del Monlo brand, Cali- fornia extra sugar, per Catsup, Clark's, regular 35c, on sale- Cream of Wheat, 2 pkgs. Baking Powder, Nabob, t per can Itoman rcr pkg............... 25c 55c 25c 34c GEO. KERR CO, FAMILY GROCERS PHONES 1453 and 1365 St. Augustine (Amalgamated) Church CORNER t.Hh STREET AND Sth AVENUE SOUTH SERVICES JANUARY 18th Morning at 11 o'clock Evening at 7.3D o'clock REV. CANON JAMES RECTOR ST. STEPHEN'S, CALGARY SPECIAL MUSIC Is a good see About disposing of your PELTS and FURS A slrong market prevails at present. Get our any quantity. A. CO. DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE 442 ADDRESS: 320 6th STREET S. P.O. BOX I Some Farmers Ask Us: "Can we ship you some cream, and Wo aro always in the market for cream, and you may, Ehfp any time. .Our prices are the hest and wo pay for each shipment.- Try U3 and see, Crystal Dairy Limited ;