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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News j Xetbbdbae Dailv Iterate All Where You Expect It MONDAY, XOYKMliKH 17, 1'Jl'J MAYOR Ml LETHBHIOGE. ALHEUTA. Declares He is Not in Favor of the Managerial Nimmons Says Commis- sioncrs Should Resign COUNCIL That lie ivaa not an advocate of the managerial form of cily govern- meat and that he was lirmly convinced that Ihe commission eovernuiCDt whs Iho best vrere I he statements made by Mayor Jlardle at ilio Forum on Sun- dey vrlieu lio Bpokc of Hit "Kvolulloii ot Civic GovcrnmenL." Iii rcgwQ 10 the coiDinlssion form of government, the mayor held tliat ho bad only point ed out somo of Us weak nesses but he was firmly ol the opinion that it was tho most dcmocntlfc form and "eliminated anything in the shajio of jraft. Iii regard to graft, lie said Ibai ihcre was Lno insidious form ol Hie game which came from within, in (lie of Ihe opportunities presented for trofittiog bj" Inside Inlorraallon. Tliu present Eovcrrmcut was ari Iionesl forcrnraeul, he nverreil, and was fur preferable la Iho aldtrinanic sys- tern. Origin of Civic Government The nmyor went through the origin of civic EQTcrnmcnL which he traced to the establishing of royal boroughs. He described the borough system of jSUTcrnmenL ns In in the Old Country and touched on the govern- ments in the cities of Kdmonton, Cal- gary, Mooso Jaw and Saskatoon. 'Jji referring 10 aldcrmaiilc govern- ment, as wo had it In the cily. .Mayor Hurdle, in conlrastinB it vviih the pres- ent form oT commission government, said that, there was not a single coir tract entered Into by the ulderiuanic council, with Iho C.l'.It. and but something ivas put over It, Jle spoke'ot the boom days whcu the real estate clement In council Ahead with various projects raleine the tax rate anil creating the present LunleiiE. Lettibridge Plan the Best Edmonton Its ono commission- er, tbo mayor thought, would do bcL- ler by adopting tho 1-cthbrklgc plan. IMbe peoplo wanted tho managerial form of gOTernmeol It was something for the people to advocate. He de Ecrlbed the managerial system with Its .council to the manager would -be responsible. He would bo interfered wilh unless by a large majority of HID council. Raps the CommiKion In the discussion that followed R Ntrfimons.look a.rap at Iho prescn forru of civic government. He sal( tUat it was honest but that the pub lie were not ahlo to know all that Koing oft. Jn this respect lio men lioned the city audit. In this, Elated U was difficult to ge any information. In a certain par it would be said, "see Schedule C. This-iras all right so tar as" the corn inissloncrs were, concerned, but th public were all at sea and could no get what' they wanted. In aider manic council, he contended, question irould asked in regard lo poJnt Euca as these and Iho informalloi jivcn in a clear fashion. Should Have Resigned Mr. XltnmonE held that In the cas of the Issue of tho wnlcr meters th commissioners were fully' conliden that the meter policy was the ties but thai the result of the voting show oil that tho Purges sea dUl not shar Ihe confidence of commissioner accordingly, tho commissioner should hare resigned. In reply to "Mr. Nimmona, the mayo said lhat he "waa not elected 1o rcatgn bnt In retain.olflco for the berloO' h TIB elected tor. Referring to Ihe a denoanlc qneiilfon, ho considered tba no man should work for nothing; sue a man, he emphasized, was "a d- and frhcn ht offered his ECF- rlces'for nothing he strongly suspect- ed that lie had something else In ricw to make- up. lor his services. Business done nt tbc racular Mon- day F.UIugs ot the cUy council Ihljs morning was the auilioilsliitf of thti pai'incut of [lie suai of lo the pro- vincial government for the upkeep of an inmate In ihc home for menially defklcul children. RELIEF AGENI IS Ainsivorth Win Wilh Selders' Needs in Unor- ganized Dislricls They Put It Across K. Ainsworlh, district road iicndent, liay been named to tiargc or relief Hie Lc-thhritlgi' re.i, including the Taher ami Warner rovincml coiistitunncies. lie Is act.- ng under the diKClion of Ihc govcrn- innl relief Jieent at Medicine Hat. 1r. Ainsworlh Is dealing only with FOUR NEW ARTESIAN WELLS DROUGHT IN f. Neidtg Up Again for llav-t SLuckmen Itcavc Sigh of Hclief iK Made Home .Made Wine Out of 1'uckerr KruK i Doubt Consum- ers Do Also hi i i.i (iu cj'.'l i'H jv VJCE-CHAinfnAN SPOONER elicf (or families who have IJCUIL hit three weeks, wi y His crop failure anil u-illlinve no.lli' LciliM-idne -'-ntl lo do with the livestock feed situ- D. E. HARRIS of ihn LcthbriOgc Vk-iory iji'in cotnmittct1 who 'vkli his r-vo vlce-chainaen, T. K. Spurmcr uud 1'ctcr and tire sujierrlsors and canvassers, workpd for tloti which i.s now Mag luokui) atler y Jas. Weir at the Uorml of Trade uildiiig. otlifntj in lhe way of reliel >vill done in or municipalities, organized districts relict nusl cyme ibrough lUu umniciual ounclls to whom those in need v-'ill is confined to flour, coal, ]io- atoos, oatmeal, ana inis. tnc amount ot lo exceed JIIO. A. mortgage to over Ihc amount must Le given, pay- ble Dae. 31, 'Mr. Ainsworth Ml this afternoon or Lhe Milk rJver dfslritt lo invcsti- ;ate rclieC cases there and will not LM1 Frlday. Hon. Marshall's Slatemdnl Following is abatement on Uie Teed ami relief situation hi Alberta as fur- by Jlon. Duncan iBeinetits aro now well uuder with respect to relief in Uie drought slrlcfccn areas ol Alberta, and a many cases of destitution eeks, wilh tho result thai ilistrlrt tunic within if tin.' obictlivc HCL Tin1 lu> noi Lccu lieunl of Lit'.1 cherry in h !ms leo-iuly ev.'tiiM'.u.a .drew N'ciUif. uT ilic diy, uas ivi-emly jvc ku-l; again lo will, jconvlcttd and fined for being in Hit uarciili ivo ur-- ut iijuy-1 j unlawful possession of li' ing. Tho luil.y >t contrary 10 the Liquor Arl. The nxly ali.jvy I in Uie first (.harge, raise-J a [im.- ztro ami on SunJay it LI; lii'iy- ilusal point ID li> ilio interpio- four ulnivi-. In rLi i-iiy vc-5ii.ci- i 'laiitjn of the Litiuor Act, llic ni-JEir- o.: tin: tnoiv h.is 111'; iinilc liulding llmi ilu- ucl forbade ibo U ti gival oxluiu c.in be- ot ilu-( iliosEcssion of any quantity of icrmcjil-; tti'iniry. Tl't1 f'.-r-d n 1 ;td under wliicli d'jiiiiitiou uliohtjiu sioi-k, a uf 'ilic si-hcrry j Lliaw, uas Lcuii KrL S. McArlhur for -the Other'Cascs- Other cjses nrc M'oslf vs. TaiuitT, solicitors II. OsLlnud and Jac- obs; Konip vs. Snovi'dcii, sOjiciiors .lohnstone and Itltchic- and It. A. Srailh; Alia Kootenay Invtstinent. Co. LADIES' TAILORING AiND DRESSMAKIKG WANTED Ilv 1'j1 years' expciii-uce, Now Opening Business MRS. A. B. MERRICK 02 12lh Street A. North NOTICE! T HE PARTY WHO HELP- ED HERSELF TO A LADIES' COLORED SILK JERSEY UNDERSKIRT SATURDAY EVENING IN THE SHOWROOM OF THE HUD- SON'S BAY CO.. WILL HAVE SAME RETURNED TO THE MANAGER'S OFFICE INS1CJE OF THE NEXT -13 WILL SAVE TROU8LE AND EXPOSURE. Divorce Actions The civil sittings of the supreme conn will oncn here Tuesday wilh Mr. Justice Jvcs From LI large Jisl ihc grcaler part lias been put ore lo the next sessions, and thir- ircn ivlll conit up at the jiresent sit- Of these, llirce arc jury cases and one is of particular'local interuat. This is thai ol S'odergrccn ers, Le in g a clai lie mother of the for by deceased Glei: run over on llin AT YOUR BEST Keep your body well nourished, it means blood red and pure and efficient, buoyant health. It's logical to protect your strength with SCOTT'S EMULSION Its tonic-nourishing virtues impart vigor to every part. You may depend upon the abundant nourishing properties ol Scott's to protect strength. MO.VTJiEAL. Grairl Anny of O.natte, Viiny Post. N'o. 4. al an executive meeting last iiiBllt nass- crt :i resolution asking lUc EOvcrnnicl'.t to lake iinnicdialc action against Dol- iu Canada. ARE NOW SELLING NATIONAL PROSPER- ITY INSURANCE vs. Gpngc et al, solicitors Hogg and Jamieson Johnstone and'Hit chic; Brook vs. Lee, solicitors (ruuybcarc it Co. and G. E. Drysdalc; l.indley cl al vs. soiicilors .Toliiiaioncj-; fc rtileliie mid .MacKcnzie .Meiuie; Engen vs. Muir, solicitors .Johnstonc j and Hitchife and E. A. Dunbar; j vs. Schwartz el al, solicitors D. H.; EHon and -M. S. McArthur-; Unnfc off Hamilton ta. Hallock el al, BOllcUorti, I vs. Provrsc and Lyous and Jonuatonc 1 :md IlilcJiic. William BlaiiWei', sluflsiit ot Masfer university, Toronlo. Ijtia uc- a call Lo the UoiiLisl i-hurch, Et. Mary's. Hlanklcy served thret years overseas. THE EDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. Balmoral Block, Ltthbrldge Phone No. 651 I The Price Paid for Cow's Milk is Very Compared '.villi the price iiuul tor orhur aliv.na! inuJnolE. tiiLvjiig cquwl food value. One q'jarl of Milk is equal in value Lo: ?i Ib. Lean 1 Ib j. Fresh Codflsli.............................25 2 Ibs, Chicken...................................35 I nL. Oysters ...................................G5 4-5 Ib. Loin of ?ork.............................40 3-5 Ib, Ham'....................................GO .13 .50 .75 .70 .65 .32 .35 Average -Mill; at .15 pur (iunrt is Uic best baryaio in lown. Crystal- Dairy, Ltd. Fire IriiUrance and Loans 3owne.Ton3nLb.OnL Grove's O-Pen-Trale Salve Opens the Poruo anil Penetrates Iho SWn. lla SoolhliiE and Spasmodic Croup, ami any cotigcslion, I inflammation, or pains caused from Colds. 35e per box. If your druggist liasn't any send 35c in postage slamns to Paris Medicine Company, 193 Spa- dfna. Avc., Toronlo, and a full size tox will be mailed to you promptly. For Xmas Your Photograph CLUB CAFE TVe Serve lhe Besl 35c Meal In Lbo ClLf. Quick Scrrlce. Our Cotrco and French Pastry Is Different. M IARLOW'S EAT ARKET 1110 6lh Avenue SouLh Phone 796 LETHBRIDGE KENTISH ASSOCIATION SPECIAL FOR TUESDAY Round Steak WHIST DRIVE On TUESDAY NEXT, NOV. 18th AT IN BURGMAN'S HALL Admission 50c Good Prizes E. A. EWERT JEWELER and OPTICIAN MOVED TO WHITNEY BLOCK, 413 THIRD AVENUE Rear of Union Bank BUY VICTORY BONDS Pliono 1471 ami maVo on appoinlment today. THF; SMITH STUDIO 506.THIRD AVB. S. Did Your Beceive your Share? We Have Paid for Cream in Eight (Months. Did it Benefit You, Mr. Fanner? If not, you can get in on llus. TODAY, NOVEMBER 17lh, and uiili) further notice, we will pay 62c per Ib. B. F. for Swett Cream. 59c per Ib. B. F. for No. 1 Soar Cream. 56c per fc. B. F. (or No. 2 Sow Cream, For every rrunty order, for a money means cash. You will satisfied If you chip your cream U us, CRYSTAL DAIRY, LIMlf ED Xmas Shopping Made Interesting liavc ilcclJcd (o eive TWO IMI1KES al Our Clirislmas lire IWffle. 1st Prize...................... DoD 2nd Model Boflder Ticked will be given on every dollar cash purchase commenc- ing November 15th. Our Christmas'Slock tc very complele. WE HAVt A FINE.SELECTION OF CUT QLASS AT VERY MODERATE PRICES, FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS have i very laroe selection of dolls and doll carriages; also ordinary Christmas Toys pnd Decorations. WE WOULD llKt TO SHOW YOU 'OUR ASSORTMENT OF HAND PAINTED AND FANCY CHINAWARE C. aOlander General Thirteenth Streel North. ;