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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JANUARY THE LETHDRiDGE DAILY HEHALD PAGE NINE The Attempt to Assassinate Lord PAINTS SAD PICTURE OF CONDITIONS IN HUNGARY VIES-NA, Jsa. Associated of tho treaty as drafted would -mean "cultural down- fall" for Hungary, Count Albert Ap- ponyl. the former Hungarian premier and head ot the Hungarian pjace dele- gation, who Is returning lo Budapest from Paris with the allied peaco terms, declared today. Tho count's Ion followed expression of his be- ef that such a peace as was propos- d for nation could not last. "Concerning Internal physical con Itlons of Hanssry." fount Ap- ponyl, "wo have UMB robbed o ilns In tha first place, we had tho hardships of war. Secondly, had wo Communist adralnlslratlons, when all of our money was spent abroad for propaganda, and thirdly, the Ruman- ians robbod us of manufacturing ma- chinery, oven printing plants and rail- road equipment, so tbat we hats now only 21 locomotives. "Our. agricultural Interests which the central European powsrs ruined by taking away our livestock, Is In a condition of general devastation bo- yond tho River Thelsi. "1 tried to make Premier George and others see that it is to the general Interest of humanity to assist and that cutting us up is an nonilc crime. As proposed In the treaty, wo should hive no wood, cocl, salt, lumber. Iron or oil. It is a mw.k- ery to ask us to lire after these :aken avay. "At ilttiog it was officially that the treaty ts proposed would find 110 signers in Hungary. Such terms inoan permanent unrest among us and also in Europe. Owing" to our position on the line between eastern and western Europe, If we are unntabla, so will be Balkans." Hotel Sutler, Detroit, announces women Rueala many smoke in the cafes and dining rooms. Mavcr Hardie has Joincil issu? witli form of Civic dovornraent. Jumping st Conclusions Mr. Lyell seems to regard the evol- t Is difficult to see There there be much improvement, gained roni iiresciit light and experience in nunlcliial affairs, in civic government. lly ;i carefully drawn ehcrter, I nean one that "nas considered care- all the phases ot civic govern- ment, including a reasonable tenure oE office, not less than three years, and five years would he bettor, with recall petition percentage that Jive recall Mr. Angus OTCT un article he iiiUi written In' the Monetary Times on Commissto-JIannjerForm otUov-uton o vc overnme s orimwnt, and coinraontc.l on by tho Galveslon, Tcsas, disaster, in .a. light Herald. He has forwarded the lol- way and jump evidently t tlio cnn- lowing reply to to tho Mon- Times: January 21ai, 1920. Editor, Toronto, Canada: rend with interest the Biilcle entitled "The .Municipal Man- clusion Ihnt the Dwton Commission Manager form is tho do all and cur; all system of Civic Government. lint the incre fact that in tho two htrad m! cities using Ibis form ot govern there at leas'. eight mcdf fications of the Dayton form. This must give us pausp. It must cause us to think that there even an n an towards perfection. PROMOTE UNIFICATION OF LABOR LAWS WINNIPEG, Jan. Canadian promote unification of lahor laws ti national movement to be participated in 'by all trades and lauoc. councils In Canada is planned. The Winnipeg Trades end Labor Coun- cil is now communicating with west- ern councils in regard to preparing a program :which they believo would by Mr. [Angus Lyell. sorry 1 am forced to the conclusion! ll.at ho 1ms taken up a subject, for the otter hand-there are mer ilJcusslnn that he dues not seem Mo six hundred cities us nr the Straight as familiar with as one should be Commission fora (which prevails in han.1 in fonuins I.ethbi-idgc at tht present lime) and wo uneraes a an public opinion on Municipal Govern- my close observations me but ment. This is esnoclally true when tow reversions and very few Ganges we pauso to think that Municipalities either way. That is marvellous to he aro Iho (radio? of political and per- true and true it is. election. Statement Not Justified -Mr. Lyell says Commission plan is not satisfactory and poiiita to Calgary as his proof. In that statement he vt not justified. His whole object seems to lio aimed to discredit Calgary's government At the present moment I do not know of a single 3 getting more to Uie front and gel- ing over difficulties faster, than that samo city, that too under a'hyhred civic government, half council 'and alf commission. But 1 think Calgary's nonal liberties. Municipalities come There are hyhrcd forms of Corn- nearer to being "a government of the mission Government which in my tiy the people and for the judgment Is a divided responsibility than any other government j that been used as a. steppiiiE in existence today. .........__ ___ stone lo get by.Uio prejudices against I an; r.s one wlio for thirty' radical changes so characteristic of years before 1 look any part in nmn- Britishers and at the samo time make iclpal politics, excepting to vole, was progress to a betllr form. In maKinB Surerintcnu'ent, Engineer and Man- this slalemcnt, I am, I know, throw- hsor, for somo ot tlic largest corpora- ing.myself open to .tho rehuko ol lions en Ihe continent of America, thoso who stand for (his form of Uv- nml who has been Mayor of the City ic Government, but to them 1 say 1 of Lclhbridsc under two forms of Civ- am only desirous of making a dis- in and tinct clear cut showing as between R'ralEht Commission continuously the Straight-Commission Government from an-J including 1913 to tho pros- and tho Commisslon-Manager form. I cnl moment. not wish in any way to deride those Th: above statement of service will peoples' opinions. mrely givo somo weight lo what I; Originated by the Mayor am abrrat to say. I Whatever sentiment or agitation Rvl'Iently Mr. Lyell and myself are' there may be in Lelhbridge toita> in agreement-lhat Ccuncilmanlc Gov- fora change to the Commisslon-Man- crp.mtrt'i Is obsolete and needs uo ager form of Civic Government was further support or condemnation. by myself in my 1917 rc- Whetliep any form of Civic Govern- port to tho Burgesses. In that report -nient is good or bail or mediocre is said: primarily with the people .who arc "While I do not want to put myself fmtilleil to What llicy want, but fin- nn record as advocating a.change In ally is with tho nun elected to fill (he present form of Civic Govern city government offices. Tho whole Is central in the expression "an lion Paying TtH for Neglect Needleaa ciposnre' to damp mud cold frequently result in a derange- ment of Iho Kidneys and Bladder. When theso important organs fail to do their duty, -various. evils arise, euch as Tbeutr.aliam, nrollen han9a aid oniles, stiff joints, lumbago, nouralgia, slono ia tue bladder laU CUillllllSSIUJL. Ulll I vli.B-..- Bovernment Is misnamed. It is reallv or gravel, cscrucmling paina in the n "Council-Control" system in which back and tides, constant headaches, Lhe Mayor and twoi dizziness, specks floating- before too called Commission- eyes, uneasiness of mind without reason, record as advocating a.change In ..e present form of Civic Govern- nent 1 do want to point out some of its weaknesses anil suggest what conception of responsibility" or mijlit ho an improvement. public office is a public "The greatest .weakness, but not the lint sine.-', a Cily is made up only one, I have found in the present nf s'i ,decrees of inlclligence, moral- charter is that passage it saya: i'y and opinions in Us people the at- 'the mayor Is the chief executive lalnjnenroC the proper medium is lilt- officer but he has In reality no legal I'rult ami lii1) highest Ideal is not cunkol over tho other c >mmissloners l-.ofelble just yet. Tho last can.cnly while-he Is held-by tho be 1 slrivcrt after should siren- responsible for. the operation of the Tills In my Judgment can only complete city management.' Savo no fcccomtillsltod by improvSig 'tho jeaBoii lo complain personally bs i-fangn with very few eiceptions the mayor's ndrlco or suggestions hava been received by ills co-commissioner; In tho samo spirit as It he had (he legal poker to enforcp. them. At Ihe same time It tho responsibility hat been legally placed upon me iuy sng geslions might havo been moro num oroiis anil more insistent. "Tho Slralght' Commission forr ___Us Government is practically the samo as Toronto's. There arc differ- ences in detail but none in principle. Mr. Lyell talks of an expert Manan- c-r at per. I do not-object to that but what constitutes the ex- perls and ore we to get them? Tho majority of EO-called experts are not worlh hell room and grown products Judicially selected- aro worth a car load of the importci! experts- in forty years I have run into many so-called experts but gen- erally found that their abilities as lo experts ran to foolishly spreading other people's money. Good sound bus- iness methods rto not necessarily mean eiperts but they (So mean ex- perience and knowledge of the job on land. Who that know the three Cal- gary Commissioners and their jobs vill say they do not know their Jobs? Men will never be all of the same opinion and (hero will, on this ac- count, always be changes, and the 3itv Manager may lio the "last word" ii Civic Government at the present imc but Mr. l.ycll has not proven lis case by suggesting tho expert. Tim ot the expert is too old. Good lard business scnso is .what Is need- ed ot which there Is always lots at home; il only needs opportunity. To get this Installed properly a buffer may be desirable between it and the itchedandBurned, Scarce- ly Slept. Cuticura Heals. "Piinnieg face. 'They rSrc Icrpc and featured, and scattered1 oil over my foce. They turned Into ccales and vihen 'hey fell off thty reafts vntlt my vras dUPgured. They Itched and burned so I cwc'.ly etept at all, "1 had been tisihered for marly two months I olaitej uainj Cuticura, and after I had llfcd thrca boTca of C-iillcura Ointment with the C-Jllttira Soap I was completely hcr.icd." (Signed) L. BurM, St. Bozllt, Que., Juno6, 1913. Use Soap, Ointment ml Talcum for all toilet purpoKi, SB mid Sold 'i J, SI. olienrcSocp and gene These aro signs of serious and bladder trouble, which require immcdialeattention. Thoinost depend- able remedy is f our.d in Gin Pillfl. They often prevent the operations which con- stant neglect may render secmaiy. Thej quickly" relieve congested kidneys, passing alone and gravel, seal- ing and soothing inflamed organs and restoring them to normal. Thousands of letters from people who hive- been relieved are continually, coming to ns. Their uriteri often beg us to spread the good news to other sufferers that Gin Pills certainly and surdy will bring the help they need. Send for free aample, or go direct to your druggist or dealer, SOe a bor. Money refunded if relief cot given. Tho National Drug fc Chemical Co- of Canada, Limited, Toronto. United States Address, Na-Dru-Co., IM., 202 Main St., Buffalo, N.Y. JJi ma people In tho management of. (ho people's own affairs carefully. EDMONTON, Jan. Western _____ Fairs' Association opened Its nnnua wllli a K per cent. recMI petlllon, is! session today In Iho MacDonald will tco close to tlio people nnrt gives a representatives present from tho prln ivcry Rinnll fraction, in a small city, !rui imiluo influence in critical On this order to accomplish Iwhat n Commissioner or Ih" Or.i- r.ilssloners know to be in tho very bcsl Interests'of Ihe City, politics tomellmcs have to bo played. H Is not natural lhat any man holding pub- lic: offico will deliberately run his head into Iho noose when by delay and inaiieouvcririi; he can accomplish Iho object. The delay caused by this. lioHiv.-cr; lias not been but mlsht bo dangerous and Ihe -moral Influence la bad, very bad." Tiis above clearly shows that I nm pleading for more power for tho head of the house or In other words 1 think tho Mayor In the Straight Commission form of Civic Government In Lelh- tirlilno should practically have the powers of a Managing lilrector. am; .lie heM responsible'for Ibeso powers, iiinl wllh a carefully drawn Charter. A Witness Testifies SHE WAS WEAK AND NERVOUS n, "About Gvt years ago v.ilh woman's IroubEc. I Ixyjima all nio-down nTaknnJ iifrvoua. 50 completely (Eoun and out that I iiol do anj'- Uune. couli! scarrtly i mcicn wiliiout coUin (cr until 1 clpal points In tho three prairie yroi The delegates were welcome by Mayor Clarke on behalf of the cit) and Hon. Duncan Marshall, minister' of agriculture, for the government. Hon. Duncan Marshall intimated that (he Alberta government would do more In the way of increased grants-. Ho had also taken up this mailer with Dr. Tolmlc. federal minister of agricul- ture, ho'said. THREATENED TO DESTROY Cffo'PS TlUENOS AYR1CS, Jan. yOoterday was the day set by radica.1 elements for tho general Incendiary destruction of tho crops and an up- rising of striking har'vcsl hands, re- purls from the provinces say there was no sign of disorder. A big force of police %spaK sent lo Ihe districts where trouble cltKifor nnJ took oltiT mciltcinO Init bcl- jbcgnn Dr. J'jcrwi'a r_. Knvorito Perse rip- r> iinti anj liis Golden WcJicnl lUscovcry. Jl wns only ncccs- cary lor me to aljout l.Krcc botUeeiYhcn I wna coinplotoly lo ho.iltli ntid fllrpiigth ntirl I have in bctlcr health than I ever wna I h.ivc no tiiw for mcdirino .since, hut siiouEcl 1 uccd it 1 would (nko sannj remedies, knoiviiiK Ojcm to bft MUS. H.SKUY KNIGHT. Jo.vift OWES HER LIFE Ft. Saskalrlwivan, "II il with great 1 write the following nnci I hope it irill bclp Iho many Euffcrcra TV'IO do not know the good Dr. I'ierct's mfdi- cints would tlo ihein if tticy would try them, "In regnrd (o my cojiJition, I say tkiu'l suffered ftor.i childhood from n very weak hsw'ki I liad the inlsfoitune nf having fcpinTil1 meningitis vfo-n I wns ono ytar old and until I iraa IS 1 did not ?cc n woU day, but n voiy mother nhont Dr. I'ienVs IV'nri'.fl nud bo tn try it. It did mo so ir.urii (fowltliat moihrr eot ino 0 Hoctnt- iy- a car occidenl and huii my hick My doctor gv.-c mfl up nr.i! said I would not live, but I still stieir tr Dr. Picrco'd Favorite Prescription cod in my surfiriscin three weeks I was out of bed and beUtr. I my life to it end nothing r.tifl eliall never irilhout it. "If TvbTics to writs I Answer wiifi MIlS. KOIiO JIAHTHOLOMEW. New February Numbers of Records Mirrors of Music From the janes to opera artu, from 1 pjano iota i to the popular song hits, horn orchestra and band to American Indian dances, every kind and' manner of mvrnc u magically mirrored on Columbia Records. Dancti too! My Arm, On the Street of Cure Peggy -TcUMeWhr HklW. OcH-U. Art. OtcW. A-2M1 10 .SOc FMTmArtKiwiOrcWa 10" The Heiitaliiic Those Draltin' Bluei irt.. (1) St. Frano. Bin (2) Tulinaaf. I Lola One Slep GuU. DW. lO.SWc 1'iel'y LillJe WJtt, E-TuyoM SoMtuwa, Pnoce i Urcliwia Drcimy Alabama MW% WJtt. BM. Alioe, PriatV. hddnteUInrai Vj Canpbdl aad Burr and Sacred Lewi Jwo uJ CW Md Bwr, erckntra CupWU iati. OKhntri aecnpwaal CW tow xU, HtnyBn Ring! Let llic of the World By liys-Uw I'll Wailinf for You for Me and Mary Among the Smile Kotmi'iTiou'and QUM. rUrrim HuW. UAwV. IGiveHtrllni All. Don'l Tike Advantlte ol My Good Frad Still'Undecided A When I Look in Flee Hoatr A. RoddKtTtr Bieai My Swjutee RiTer Home Hany Fai ILoilMyHearlinDixidind Hirry FM Uncle Joih and The Fire Department The Couruhip ol Uncle Josli and Aunt Nancy Cat Stewart JBMI A-2029) 10" .90. A-Z827 10" A-2830 10" .SOc A-2831 10'' .90e 70 S.D. 10 A-2835 10'' 10" .90c 10" .We A-2824 Band and Instrumtntal Auanbly March Rre Drill Gnllo? 12" Po'ish Dance E Flal Of. 3 No. I. SJo. Cralafer To Ihe Springtime. One Mora Day, My John. PiaaaSolo, Pefey ToicK.S.ad. Violin Solo, Laoii T. at 12" Ln-iujTromlione M: Trombone lako. Gduaii. 1 0" Nora and Georga PtohitiBon A-M2J Taxation Bluei Bajo 10" -90c 1 Know it Menu Lafoamt, Crag, A-282S 1 Merer Knew Mado, "to. "tUn. It" I OrchMtra and Harrert At a Russian Inn War Deer Dance William Tell William Tell William Tel! William Tell RigoIetto-E il ei Inliaa.) OrdUtta Oreriua Part 2. OrtUira Ccliwkia Ortlmlta E-4440 10" .90c 12" 12" tl .M 'A. (130 12'' Operatic MUMC 'anitnl (Lie Soa ULorc) B.trinlc. aad H.-.tcrt 49616 U" S.D. (2.00 Ritcad. Sbacdari 78101 10" S.D. Kiarts Ht Stlt tlit i jotk ojevtry monlk ml tU COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE CO. TORONTO J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. AGENTS THE REXALL STORE ALBERTA'S PIONEER DRUGGISTS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEMISTS PHONES 1515 AND 322 Assiniboia Music Co. DEALERS 315 5th St. S. Phone 1545 Lethbridge, Alta. ;