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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Hertld's Page of j Live'Local All The Local News Where You Expect It THURSDAY, NOVKM11EH 27. ALBERTA. P.iGli SEVEN City Council Plans Plebiscite on Managerial Government in Feb. Statement (o Burgesses Issued j IMIberution is Asked For CAP1. HUMS Is tho intention of the clly'coun-; cil to place tho haue as to the conUn-; uutlon ol die present city government ur a chringeTor a forcn lu iho hands of the c'llacus.for iu tho wa.y n plebiscite. Tho mal-' tor has been My discussed by llio coming Eiouart, and in lo j tie'. ibt.i voice.ot the'people, tto fol-1 loving has bocu drafted out: To the RurGcsser ci Leihbildse: j ]i Is the wish of ILo Civlu Gotcrn-j of this city to yrve the Citizens tho boFl.iorJii of aOTornmcnt. possible, nut at the same it must give the form ol Civic GovcrumeDl the electors deilro. whdfccr It I la the best form or nol. In order to j meirt fbts list condition 4he council .been trying to oat the opinion ci ths electors for ovsr a .year. Every rcicrni eovcnmiont has 10 EO through'. cordon Icsllng and at some tlmo I In Itin hlsi6ry there" will be a crucial; j.'iomcnl that determine (.her j i1. has pained'the approbation of the iicoplc .or lias only p.sci further chsagcs ncccssaiy, or hast fjli-id altogether.- l-othbrldgo "the SlUifehi Com-' mission admlticjly, liai r-cL lallej but a voice Is raised, hov: Is ncl tnOirn. for a change tu The 'ManaKcrial Form of GovernniEUl, _ For Calm Deliberation yinco Lh? Mayor's report ot 1917 ibc i f.'om mission era line bacn conelder-1 dlffoj-am. Jvruis of government I vlili a to.ascertftIntnE.il some form KO.uljd lio ad ccooonilca.1 ar.d ai the. time rnoet the gen- approval of tho citizens, but no j offered ihe Com-i ir.iiiiouura until" rery recently to (bo uiiiltef before tht? people. Nov.-. It scesi3 tlial thcvc 33 a" deslro to gti Lhc volte of the people on this important lioncrs Speaks Friday Owlnn to a. breakdown on the main Ifnt weelbound train today, Rev. Capl. J. E. Hug'hscn, who was to have delivered a popular lecture tonight In Wesley church, uditorium, rnliaed connection! at Hat, and will not ar- rive until 4 o'clock Friday marn- ing. Arrangement: have been made, however, to havt Capt. Hugh son. deliver his lecture on Friday ivenrng at the earns BANK CLEARINGS ciiillce today vorc fur ihe Fiiondinij a yvar Dgo. c- t- Resignation of Chief Hardy Accepted, Effective Jan. 1 IHISH LABOR LEADER INDICTED ON CHARGE OF CltlMIXAI, ANAHCHY GOIFE1E rukc Into Station, Made Out Ticket ;md Came Gets Three Years nt Reformatori' A Vulcan juvenile. IS of r.-as sent down to Ihc reformatory at tcr, but ihe Coinmls- j io other citizens Portage LJ Prairie for Lbrec The youth showed himself an Ingcn- s rlc was the adopted o'. IL family in Ihe lown, and one night lirolic Into tbc depot of OJ'.H.. himself Uckel to Lcth- brldge, and helped hlmeel? to somo fifty dolInvE in Ihe till, llcrine done thiF, youtb pl-jfe'ged (lie switches _ _r 30 that no information would be car- ried In case or discovery of vrhnMind 'I-T.-_ HC boarded tiic passed through to. IjeU1.- ;hlci; tiiiit'ii Ehould rccclvo a calm and tircful JeHbaraLida" apart from the LIC.' lenient and acrimony of an elec- It considered that the only acceptable will ha a step advance. Jiml-1 possibly tho only step sonic (orm of mannserial tlvlc gov-1 pin tr-jrucui.. .calm and careful nnJ crscnilaf Is amply by frtcr arc Et least flvo To. Submit Date Ir. vk-v.- ot the abore, th? Ihe ticket he had iund stamps at the UcV-et office. MR. HARDING EXPLAINS Uilhorldge, Nov. 25, "liiam- Lfitlibrldp Herald: a Eilter iatoiraaKon as to-the' oJ .Nor. 3B.yo-J certain.jieirs. more (Lu i? Cqrly a dale as p'oEalbla-su en.me to the .public through.'. v Did and also yoa, fil-St. to slvo inls the Ho lo olcstoia. aa.yoar _ then to inform you neither my- pjiiji_. fiiblo student- For Ibe i "th'ii Kehtonment 01" and- readers YORK. Nov. Lark in, Irtih Labor tender, 2nd Benjamin Gltlaw, forrrcr Bronx assemblyman, wtre Indlclcrf far. criminal annrehy today by the tx- grand jury. The tail of each on which both were recently reltasctl wss con- COMPLETES STEEL SHARE PURCHASE j SLsriff DEVIB. of Montana, 1x25 the city to escort bacV: Cliii-_ j !on wanted for stfeallnj." 'The jtrisouer in his cusioly, Shelhjr and got aT.-ay en' tLc inaienfe of into lavatory and ihca, obtain- I ice poijesslon or a saddle he bis way across the bonier lo [Alberta. He from Iniormntlou t leccfveil, by the at juttlchcn abd holij for the arrlTal o[ sbrriff. for p-jrpoice other than that of the parlccrRlilp. The delesdaLt courtcr-1 claloied for an accounting o( the parl- Jiorsblp af'tUrfi. pJaiaiiif'B ctl- flence the Judge directed a reforonco lo the clerk of tbe court lo lako pirt- ncraliip account 3 from comtncncc- Order inay corresponiiins. H. Ostlund nud S. Gray J0r plaliillff; D. H. Elton and X. oba for dcfeDdmt. FURS STOLEN I.ONOOX, Cc-1. Graal Jlordtu announccB that Ihe srouy share.i in the Dommloi! fjteel a.nd Iron company complolcd buy- I WOOLF VS. TANNER In the case o." Woolf Tanner. In tno Supreme Conn, the plaintiff sutd for return of partner ship monies al- to hare been checked out of Ihu partnersliip account by (ha dufcndanv SYDNEY. N. S.. Nov. val-! uod at Jl.OiiO ivt-rc carried oR liy burg- lars last night from Hlclersky'a store at Glace Bay. The men Ju Ibc act br citizens irlioni Ihey rlrova oH wlib I brents ami -riri'.h tho pluailer. At the city council on Wednci- day the rcilpnalien ol Chief Hardy was accepted, In ac- cep'.lng it retolutlon ivta adopt- ed that tendering of the resig- nation of tht chief be and and It be furiher re- that be effective from lit, 19ZO, and accept- td with rtgret. According lo the mayar, tht choice of to Chief Kirdy -will be limited returned men. The police department will bs run, Independently pf the fir: department, and thli, the mayor says, will mean an added expendi- ture running tc- lomethlng like per innum. v CAPT. J. E. HUGHSON Formsr pastor oi Wesley churdi, ivho wil! a pea It Friday at Wesley cburoh aaJIiorlujn on tiie. "On the ilcol of iJie The j address which WPR LO have been given toblghi had lo be poetpouejj owiiic lo the Captain's mleH- cd Irain connections at Dunmore. TURIN NOW BOASTS OF A NEW GARAGE! Nov. passing of "The Stiuuv; lias sent a. vravc or relief over tlio comminlly. The nars :ire goiug in for ?.onic of that tfi pplRol ivhfla Iho perm'.ts. A number o? men arc for cattle, lost during the aad Norman Kel- son la away niatling feed for the Gilbert Jobiison has opcacd a pub- lic garage one half block east of the Turin 0-Ir. Johnson Is an eipert mechanic1 and vrill Le prepared lo reader "-first aJJ" lo ailine or Mil- Ins As -.veil p.s to give them.a thorough overhauling. It will, be handy lo hive your jttiiey fiicd while ivalllni; for the mtiil.. Tho mall service i> regular ttis ivcck. Fred Rciier look a load cf dressed animals' to' last- Tuesday. ina-squcratle .dance, held, in the hall Vriciay' was "Talrly" well Attended. The niiislc'dMu't arrive ur.lil late, but a. goo-3 time was had Chiirch nervines arc bolns held :igafn in tbc Turin Schoolhouse. the pronaratton of such' a ParcJiasod a hcokr.nor coatubulert lsr, or. In eaee ol homo niic towards the'Euprort thorn 1 heen a member o-J-Jhe Motho- disL chiiich for a number of years md (he union of the ilcthodlsl aoil church PS oi XorLh.Loth- bridge took place-lliree yearn1 ago I haTlJ onc lhQ Alders ot thnt cliurc'G. The old religion is qulle flnoush for H. ITAKD1XG-- no3i Pblllp io a regular al eilncr (he churc'v or the HaLvntiou Army. i being passed, a ua hy CiTdO maj" be. -TV. D. L. .HARDIB, >P.. PREB5IAX. Comiiilsaloticr ol Public Utilises. .Coramlasiontr of Public Works. i Tioy Census of City Will Be One OF First Tasks Un- dertaken rcsu'.t of the recent boys' IcatJ-j crahlp conference In the C.A., IL.local council has been foriaodi tj the buy o[ the thy, to facj knonr R3 the Ixjtiibrldgo Haj-3.' (nrc CduiitJl, Trhlnli Is" compose tl of) tile tn'nlsLcri; .and one layman ,.tromi fiaohycSiirch.-'End one i t-jch, Troin Ibo Rotarians, athodJs, and V.M.C.A.-This! ciuuftil Is tho local branch of the vtnc'al IlcSlsloufi EducaHon Council, 'Part of the work underlaken hy thli council wfl) be to Kelp existing Kunftay 6L-hoo'.s and'not in any waj ib igun-' plr.nt iha'r T.-ork ur tho work ot any 1 of llic various hoys' orsr.r.i ration a The COIIRC'I Tvlll, us one of lls Initial co-operate wiih the Ministerial AssocIaMon, HcinriJina. rind schobi lizard In'-pultins on a boy ccnsilg ol thi c'.ty. pari Its ?.'orfe will be lo endeavor in some way to replnco those movlc.i v.-hleTi-liars a da- trading loflucnco ever tho' boy liCt of nn educational typo and moral tpnilency, and lo lake 3icp3 lo tighten' the on pictures of the tormor Tlifi council fs ivorktntf on a "Find yourself campaign'' for tho boys U U hoped lo IJIIL on ncil Vob- fii'jry, ivith a lo tryipg to piido as many boys QB posnlhln in tho of entering bustncfij wlifch thcj' are roally qualified Co taXe tip. The council has powerful officers In Ihe of J. 3, Stewart, liouorary president; A. (J. Virtue, president; .V. K BUcX'. Tlce-prcsMcnt, and and U (s Hhc'j- lo be of considerable to lljc Sunda'r er-hools of. the city And' ihc Inculcat- ing of higher In tho youth Miss UriflCE, for Si) years lady tupar- intcndent of Lho Jlrandun General llos- has retired. The MEETINGS been arranged .In sopporl ol'lho canfllfiattfrSjOf H. Wm. Meech at Pufcllo. ,nt candKaica for IMa otilco and tor School Trusts are Invited to speak, FLEETWOOO SCHOOL Mdffdny Oec. -'tii GALIRAITH SCHOOL Wedntrdj- Dtc. 3rd CENTRAL SCHOOL Frltty Dee, 3th NOTICE :WTLL THE PARTY WITH I PICKED UP ON THE COALDALE ROAO AND DROVE INTO TOWN. ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON BE GOOD ENOUGH TO COMMUN- ICATE WITH'ME BY PHONE OR.LETTER; AT ONCE, RUTH'S WELDING SHOP AN INSURANCE POLICY la designed (o replace p-opsrly, not compenfip.ru 011 ii bnsln of previous cost, linoiiffh Insur- niico u year ia not onoiiEh CV-L UR THE EDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. i.lmsnl RlMk, .UthbrMj, PHONE 651 INSURANCE AND LOANS CLUB CAFE We Sam Iho Beit 35c Meal In tii Cltr. Quick Service, t Our and I'Tenrt 13 TONIGHT THESE WILL BE A SOCIAL and BUSINESS MEETING Of the Amalgamated Congregations of St. Augustins and St. Cyprians iS IN THE AUDITORIUM OF THE Y. M. C. A. Tonight, Thursday AT EIGHT O'CLOCK To ivarder.s and other officers of the NCTT Parish. A of Uiu rasiubera preseot bo taton to decide whluh buildlns'rjviir be tised as. (lie Parifili Church, until n more central locatioa U'iirovidcd. 'ITio TTandCDd would iita Jo see evorj- adult rnembei1 present, us '-ho business 10 be transacted is vc-ry important. LECTURE D.D. AT WESLEY CHURCH Tomorrow Friday Subject. "On the Heel of the Hun, or the Britfoh Forctt on ths Rhine." Brlgadl-r-Csnfral Stewart Will Tike the Chair it Mualul Selection by" Members of TICKETS We Children 25c Reception afterwards at T.'hlch fifill bo Crepe Paper Stock it Limited, See Our Window. Varietiei are Artistic, See Santa Clous' Reindeers In All Thslf Glory. home should tie without lone of for decorallon, Frank Hedley Drug Co. For Xmas Your Photograph HH aLd maba an appointmont Igdav. THE SMITH STUDIO 906 THIRD AYE, S, No. 1 OSTEOPATHY Our confidence increases with our understanding, It is to this end, namely, Inulual understanding, thai seek to lay bare ouv art. Believing that that which is cound and true will bear in- fpettiou; and that mutual i onfidence arising out ol mut- understariiJing ensue. Dr. J; E. HORNING" 31S-IS-20 SHERLOCK HTIIIiDIN'G PBOKR 1SS5. Let Osteopathy Help You M ARLOW'S EAT ARKET South' SPECIALS 'FRIDAY HaMk Flcb, 25c fc. t, 2'Jbt. 4k A VE R IT A RLE TOYS, GAMES, FANCY GOODS, BOOKS AND POEMS The dlstlnctirC) store, In .Us :.witi. and "enancfatlng tha tra- DIckenelan'Epirrt of Peace en "Birth, to -men. TUaro Is nothing aa trulj., qmblcmiitlc of .Dickans1- wtole in his "Uhristnias Carol" If, whcih after the Iflss foHunate'of.-- our bfoUiera-and-slslers-havo cared happy, that-" wc'entor Inlo" the spirit of ClirisLniflE, iri'lho home. Ta Jet ODD'S fhoiigbie drlft.pD. in.lhe dcscnplire parsiiJe- -jf earlh'd Idtals, as portrnycfl by 'author and pott h lo :irlght the about' Christmas Day.' f BOOKS Tell tho storr and tomortailze the choicest eids ol ODD friiad lo. aifolhtr. T word: which. bespeaks, nmoog fte eiprcss Iho unultcred THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE Interprets the thought o( the Most Bxactin.r JJTERATURE GREETINGS AUTISTIC DESIGN anJ exemplifies "iii ororr aolall Ckrlslmas Time, Am Asked Why I Do Not Sell Raw Milk. BECAUSE IT is HOT II contain danccrooj livinc germs. .know Inn I. look scarlel. aty) vis laU ap for rcw dnc dlitjotJy to mlik. What would H tho sold mljlt [rort dfeMierJ COTTJ, or irae cwntaliiinnlcd by bandM br sick and an outbreak o( Tprcr Trjth and dcnlb. irouW 1