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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta POUR ('.no "toecalb alberta. that i ubK'fl IV laiQtlou is about the blrsest iha't has been raised. il not been [or Sir Thoaias While's cou- serrallsiu wo wouM havo had [he in- come tai a couple of years tarlior and taied loins froul tho brtEniilnj. DAILY AMD WESKLY n ana Publtthcrs LETHBRIQGE HERALD ,THE AVERAGE CITIZEN ;ANO THE COMMISSION SYSTEil IbinV the most serious oSJecdou 1 to the commission term of goveru- PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED l.eul u ,hsi ilk South, Lilhbrldga the same publicity to W. A- Buchanla Pmident an4 Mnasin; Director Tcrranec Business TELEPHONES Office i municipal affairs ;u eilsted under tbe iold council jjuwm. The nveraeo clriicn likes lo havo civic iiHalra 'dls ,'cusseu in tile open, anil he-Is also jrslhcr pleased 11 there is an, oc "I i-asioual ofpplnloD auiongst I h-'s rulers. As it is- most matters thai [coaio beforo' couocll. under the com- syetsm. seeur 16 bo cut and dried hslorc Thero Is no dis- CUSSIOQ; It is simply a ol "car- ried.1' Open discussion is helpful In ciric adatre, but under .commission Dally. delivered, per vest .....I wo stem to have coue ol r Audit Bureau of CirculatTor.l Subscription Rittt: Dally, delivered, per year by mall, per ycir .......5.001 IL Maybe the commissioner mail; per year...... but ls 'THUy, by mall, per year to U.S. 2.03 pect liat ther should. Commission goTCrnment has many- Ilalu ol eipirj or subjcrlp iou ap- dally on address label un.der ll- we lhmk of alter expiration date bridge his benetitted; at the Eama time k our. authority to continue the sab- WHY THE SHOE PINCHES THE COLONEL "DaL John Currio, M.P., one of The few remmlnts of (he old Tory party, the income tax but la itroDS Tor an increase in the tariff. _i.CoL Cum'e, il Is bardly necessary to .-observe. Is a who en ;Joy3 Very considerable protection al- '.ready_by Ihe tariff. The people pa: -.the tariff revenue, but Col. Johur under j Iba Income tar. bas to pay a littlo taj. itlon out of his own poctet. Thai is shoe plcches EO harl. some of the apparent weaknesses' should be corrected. Under this system, Ihe 'commis- sioners are heads of departments, and the cilr council as welL vln coun- cil a commissioner, we think, should be free to discuss civic atfairs, gener- even' though he treads on the toes of a fellow commissioner. Any commissioner, if left' entirely lo hla own judgment, -will mate mistakes. Why should not a fellow commissioner point out those mistakes. If he de- tects them, and' so benefit the city, he represents Jn council. We do not think the people are so I anxious lor a return to the old form liecame a Member of Mounted 1'olicc in IKe Early A Scarcity of (Frtfm Our OHD CorrMomJMill MACl.nOH, Nov. has bum a fine one [or tho stock- men, and in [ace [or everyone. No snow, no cold winds, and tha grass api'CariuK gr.'ou in .many places. The gas and ooal bills are less, and every- one is tiapuv. Tbe teed situation U better lhan a iveefe. ago, as Ihe rail- way company has now given more car's for moving slocfe lo the feeding Hclds. and more _cars to ifiove ihe feed to the stock that cannot be mov- ed. Cars o[ [eed hnve come In better than at any. jeison, and still Ihe cry Is more (eed. The jotato crop '-wrath promised so greal jarly in the (all is now a thiug-ot the imsi, bul.lbosa who had any-to dig [mil them in good shone, as' they bavo been" covered: ivllh ars sale. The local players had a very good response lo their play this week; the house was well filled, and'the trea sury will bo benelitted by a consld erable sum. J. McLean, who has been looiiag after his interests in the East, ha returned, and like many otiers, glad to get back to Alberto. Durici his absence J. A- Slruthers has man ;cd the .U.F-A. siore. Hobf. McLean ..has returned nortl to complete his threshing, which wa iuterupted by the heavy [alj of snow located at Grand'-Prairie, Alta Tie government'" fire c'oinralsslone visited Madeod during the-past wee Into things (fenerally, wit the result, liat there: Tuesday evening at S o'clock sharp ia the church. Come and help us sing. Membership foe JIM. We hear rumors of a violin in- structor coming to Nobleford. We foresee! tronbio ahead lor the would-be tiddlers. When one ma-i In Xobleforil his first violin lesson, a few weeks ago. his wife lelt the house and returned only when assured that hla first jululul efforts nvere over. About-jilty people assembled at the home of Mrs. Noble on Thursday eve nlng lo welcome Capt. Muncasler and family )o our town. CnpL'Muncasler a graduate of Ed'.ubursh University d has studied ou vhe contlneiit. Ho man of wldo experience and un- rstunlng. Ills four years overseas chaplain to the Canadian forces s given him a great sympathy with e problems that Let us ow our appreciation of ,Capt. Mue- ller by rallying lo him and filllct e church nlglit and mornins. Inspector K. H. Roberts. M.A.. of hbrldge, paid his olflclal visit to school on Thursday and Friday, PA AICKED UP.IN SS1NG rOR TDK BOY UAK and expressed himself as well pleased rib. the school In every way. Mri. E. L.1 Coily and young son re- uraerf to Noblefonl ou Monday. Doth re doing nicely. ire sorry to know that -Mrs. tevart Is still under the -PROPORTIONAL JS RULE V.' Proportional is de -MftDced by -CM.-John Currlj. That yhonld help the movement -Col. VJohn is a dyed-in-the-wool stand- and would Just as soon have nile. Without proportional rule exists, in bitjurio today. Of the, popular vote, farmer-labor combination had the yet Ihey hare the most mcm- the control of government "''ci' proTlACe. Farmer candidates ..Vert elected over Grit and Tory can- iof government as they are for a re- to wide open dlscuiion ot civic I affairs in council. They claim Hal -is. done too tnuch In a hole and corner Tray, and they also think hat the commissioners look npon their work as. entirely adm'lilatratlve rithm their own departments and no I is was the case with lie 'old council yslem, i genaral" superrision and-dls- lusslon ot civic problemi and artatn. The cpmmiMloners an Tell easily r'dldales, bul polled. -a minority of thg Uuder.-.proponioaal repraaenlalion JiJ situation. 'as ;.thls would Now- that ihlrd psrllea to be coming Into, favor, proper IE .realjy neces 'viiry l[ the. majority is solDB to rule. BULK OF NATIONAL HELD IN CANADA 1919 llndget speech Sir -.ThoBiis White, before retiring fron Kjiie Finance Ministry, pointed out Uia .'.-.of the national debt OL Caiikda 1362, worth oi securities was to' Great "Britain. In --IB the Dominion. the new Inaue' )A to less 'tie subscribed by (orclcn inves- (6 the presect Victory Loan, Ihe move. exiEtlng critlclama by discuss- ing civic matters more freely in public treadini oxxxilonallr on any In the admmiBtntlon of their fellow It sljil reraiins for Dr. loOTering to the If in i nanw, tie she be ala, Mrs. Rogers, (lie provincial secre- ary ol the Women's Institute, will Ive a lecture IQ the K. ol P. hall on >ec. 6. Ererybodr come. Don't forget the Parcel Sale anU eu- erla.nmenl, under tho auspices of tha Women's Institute, on Dec. 12th. Aid. is a mayoralty candl date ID Kpglna. Postmaster James Kdgir of Peter- boro, is dead. David S. WcsB, formerly u lawyer n St. Thomas, dlej iu Cliii.iieo. Gerald Jobnsou, a Windsor, LVUS lined 5300 Bntl costs for opyiat Lng a w'nskoy still lu his'home. Sarnia Is now receiving its water suppiy [rom Lake Huron a'tcr spcnd- IUE about fiCO.OW nnd waiting near- ly six Tho body of Jas. Thompson, who perished in the holol lire at IK'l- rnont, Jtan., ii-ill 'bo sent to Out, for burial. It. B. Gray, n Pembroke, Out., drug- ElF.t, was [incd {1.000, ,-iinl y, K a men-haul at Delia, Alia.. ?COO [or miking false returiij ns iu __ Will o[ Chas. L. Freer, art collec- tor, leaves A collection representing the bulk of his J3.000.000 c-slnle. to the Smitllsonlau Institution at n. and provides for a building to house It. urncii out to be- n prosperous fHrmer and willed her T. (lallRglier, registrar of deeds 'or heed's county, diod al Urockville. Fred J. Fralick, clothlug turcr, Hamilton, Out., Is A ex-M.P. nas beeu il as FcJcral l.iucnl In iha UaUleforJ, Slsk., ivllh tbe understaiid'-tifi thtU iu a few where RJ6 PK cepliooal ability as teachers and pro- ducilvo BCholarp, will be ?ald. Ceo. Dlnsdale and ei-Mayor Cater An .Osage, Ia.r gin or the mayoralty candidates in e'.l an old tr.nnp uluc'years ngo.and jjsvi! him a S2 bill. Tins tramp later nwl-hlug. ol Dewinlou, bought shorthorn, l.uvendcr at tho fnnuc-n salo for which ho paid John Corkery. assistant postmaster for many years, is likely to become postmaster of Petcrboro. The Firestone Tiro. Co. will erect a flvc million dollar plant In Hamil- ton. Jiis. Alison, tbe oldest locomotive engineer In the employ of tho died at .Wiuulpeg. I'ickford, >vho is a natlvo ol, subscribed 19 the re- ceul Victory Loau. Ilev. niankley.' a slutlpnt, has accented a call to the lUaptIst church, SL JIary'i. I W. S. Wlsuer, o[ DranUord, share- holder la tho .Masscy-llnrrls Company, wns killed by R street car. Salary Increases which will mafce Yals professors among tho highest paid in Iho country, havo liQCn given by Yale corporation. The normal sal arles of lull time professors, who had had Wonderful Tone Quality If there's one thing icoro than anolher .we'ro proud of about Die famous old Mason Hiech It's tLo tt-no sonorous baas -with brilliant, clezr treble to the last note. and navo I Sold on easy payment plan at "Factory to Homo" prices. Aafc Tor sly It booklet, MASON RISCII, Bleflk -Th. Homi ol Iht been iacreasca to and "Slitnt" in Sianlnng. ha? a meanlnj nil m-Uis- attitude ot tlw Jap- anese "to. anrrwideriin IL Twenlj-ftYa years ago, we' read, a phhlic meeting was' held In; Winnipeg iruu "fleblsclle inbElitulion oE a for Ihfi board of Twentj-five years aELeo ifote in Lelllirldse tone to a idlKerent cleaning up all over the town: Victory Bond canva5ECrs..aro ve proud o[ the them by the boys o[ the H.N.W.M.P- It very noticeable in tho totals the.'ai ounts subscribed by them. Mnnusell Bros., 'at h home, a fsw miles west q[ the on Friday night, aged 72 years. M was born In Llmerlclr, Ir land, and camo to Canada when yonng man. He "-joined the Hoy Nortli West Mounted. Police In IS and served bis term 'of three and half years. Alter leaving lie 'police 1 with his brothers.took up. ranchinj and farming, and they, all settled along the Old Man the fualllw now live In- comfort.' 'He had .beep troubled with -rheumatism, for 'many years and able attend- to his garden only, la which, he- took, a great 'inter- esL. He was IKsh gentleman, and guch p life. He leaves a.wife, two dauehteri and a EOnf-to faDnrn the loss'ot a''kind [allier and loving lusband.- e'rai WR'S held from Cknfch.oI-Eng- land on Snndaj" afternoon- 'and Vae well attended.1 i The Rev.'Dr. Kertv, o[ Calgary.'will be the' speaker at .tha teli.In chu rch, th% -first. Sqndav, In her, and vill popular lectnres, Monday eveniDE'followlGg. The sltatlDg and _curling rink arc both ready- The members will welcome' cold weather, to determine paid commission while tie hocker .boys are gelling their suits, etlcki and skates In readi- ness for the first; ice: j Houses In ilaclepd are scarce, and Tnaoy families from the farms in' the wlritcr, attend people, the Toronto Gluba i out, will emerge' from vrar hoMfrs of over two-Wlh'on dollars! the national dehl, while'the ,i.tbtal holding o[ Dominion Government In Great Britain and the will tw .tul slightly r-hall a billion dollari. In ronnd Canadians willI Ihemaelvel four-filths The InlereVt disbursements made on an even more favor- for moit of .tbe of onr aecurllln held In Great Britain .were Issned_ prior to the war ,'fl low rates ol Interest, Eorae V at tkem bni little over three per cent., {whiffor the awuritles bought'during 'war br Canadian Investors the is: paying Interest a' five, and a hal[ per cent. There Ii disappointment expreiaed in Victoria, B.C., In that Admiral Jell- haj prored to be a email man and hu not figured up to mlncl.'s eye picture of him. Dnt ihoold who have "the hero, reputation tie u- wlth-physrcal blj'rness? Sare- Darld was mon of a'hero tian Goliath. dlilrict are moving In fori so that their children may school. t; -S The public and blgh leod.are both well.. -The number of pupils are Increasing; erery week.' _From an Empjre poHnt_pE Tlcw there hare been no more potent wordi, Jn their'bea'ring m the la their, to the preeent, iban (hose of Admiral Jelllcoe apeakiog in "Before dQCks and drakes are played with the Navy, let.nj be sure that we cannot economize In per- sonal txpendllare when we have at itake pur whole national exiBteoce." New OrganizAtion-in Basy Place is Lcthbridgc Lady-Musician THOMAS' 'LATC.CONVERSION Blr Thomas claimed to be a at one Hire, bit he mint have '.Itrta K Conservative always; his. at- progresaivc measures, {Seems to lend to Iho belief that he Vi.vaa born and bred in eld lime ToryJ --When the Income tax was first as means ol raising rev-. iejiue, ie ridiculed Its'possibilities. Hi to come lo It eventually and ho that It will yield Tien'he (loaled i loans, he left them Lai free, otnerwfM, the amount of uked for Onld cot tw ta time of wir and when patriot' 'Vaa at fever pllcli, at that. 'LMr.fint loans were raised, tax. free ot dfllUni tmlay'are not relim to the in IrfCTflad of Sir T hour AS to a plunge fnlo nitre. Sir Thomas While's fcurft, time, IM, I of War patriotism to M WH the wllh lotus, and yel Cki loan from Milk Hirer us the qneeHon "ITow mtuj Limes greater wu war expendUure in 1918 than In 19H." The rincstlon-'U 'an IntereatEng one not only to the par- enqtilrer lint to the public at large. The amount by -wlijch the var dAl.of Canada ID .1913 exceeded tbal ol the 1914 may be gauged from tha lo.loTriog figures. For the year 1914-16, H' the fiscal year ending March Slat, the war eiyendl- (ore of Canada. LoUlled for the 1918-19 the war expendi- ture Our Owm NOBLEFORD, Nov. 24. something mlnule In Noblerord. TVHb. nfght dances, and the ot Jhe Com- monUy Cluh, anJ Iho Knight or Pjthlaa, as well aajhe various ladles' ho .ona could Bay the'town wai. not .wlde- airake: until this Ifiere was one thing Ucklog and'ttfat some organization.' lo bring out and deTelop-the The Nobleford Choral So- clel7, under the tllfectorihlp tif .Mlsa E. Slrole, of the Lethbrlifge Conservn- lorr of JIusIc, la planning grsat things for the Ttlntcr season. .The executive conslsla oil- Preiideot, Jfr; W. Du- cbanan; rlee-prcaldent, Mri, flay; and secretary treasurer, Mr. II. Cody. The Choral Society every Mocassins The boye and girls like moccasins in Iho cold wcaliier. They arc MgtL and wBrm, alao very comforlaMc. Oeoulne Jack Huck MoocaMna will lio best ot ifcar bis for Iho money 7011 invest, Wa have them In all slzca from chll-Ve to B'man's 12. from per pair in Child's to per pair in Mcn'i. W J. NELSON Co; Sherlock Building Who Votes for Adams Black Jack 1 We never met a real boy yet who didn't vote for Adams Blaelc Jack. You kids certainly know the good old licorice flavor, 'don't you Well, that's Adams Black Jack Gum. i And it's; good for you, too. It eases; up v your throat when you're lioarse.; keep your teeth spunK for your digcstiori. Just, go' into the store and say Adams" Black Jack." You'll get the blue package for 5c. Adams product, particularly prepared P CANADIAN CO.. 1ORONTO. WlXHIPIiU. VAXCOUVHR. ;