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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News %etbbrifcge Ifoeralb All The Local New Where You Expect It KU1DAY, N.OVKMBIiH 28, LETHBRIDGP; ALBBHTA. I'.-iGK SEVEN Candidate Cameron Styles City Commission a Family Compact 1-iM Night at Good Meeting Held In Miners' Lib- rary Nolhins Democratic About I'rtsent Cily Council 'Jiwell nnd H. Hawkins, School Hoard On didates, Also Speak, It there Is inylliinc of trulli In wliat Opening (Juiw of Labor Barrage tw rlan- K fc paired the efficiency of lb.e lire de- partiucut Iu rcjanl lo fires In ihe Would Opne Ihe 65rut tutoring to Mayor llardlo's ilfite- ment al the Forum, that thn weakness on ihc alder manic form ot" govern menl ivas shown In tbe MtraTagaiil expenditure during the real ealale boom, Mr. Cameron aild lhat he fell sure thai the same schemes, such us Die afreet railways and (he subdivi- sion eitenslonp, would have been adopted the conimlsslou form or at tbo linio, in that 11 wo-jld have been forced lo il by iho will of Ihe people, in the speculative and optimistic spirit which prevoilod al Iho time. Although he did iiot the cb mm Is si oners whh tUihoitefity. he argued INat It took time, often running lo I wo and Ihrce yaars, lo discover that mistakes had been made, It was quite possible In the course of years many things thai Ihe commissioners hare dona would be fount] to be Capability for Position In regard to his for the poslllon of ccmmlsfilontrshlp ol pub- ic Mr. Cameron hold ILat engl- icering ability v.-as not necessary hrii all tho big engineering rorhs in the clly bad been completed. He con- tended thai even If Ihcre were nther works contemplated, not one ot Ilia preicnl commissioners woulJ feel himself competent to paei judgment on the same hut would call In eipert armed who hath hla quarrel in Iho line, "Uul four times he who gets his flsl In (he party may claim an advantage in btlnp first In Ihc field.In slarllnfr the'barrage in the municipal 'campaign preparatory to the assault at ihc poll's. At the Miners' Horary on Thursday ntght tlio of the Labor party for Ihc coniiuiKslonerahlp anJ the public schools trualeertlpn Unit- ed their campaign. For tha flrel time In the history of Labor In lha clly, a lady candidate made her appear- ance on the public p'alform in lha person of Mia. Jowelt, and In a neat fighting speech she gavo a ac- count of herself In Iho eamfstD-Fg put Into her_reuiarka. The schwl board candidates contented thetn- lelves wllh brief Bpceches, m that ihoy knew what they wanted, and said II In a pointed and" concise manner. They argued for free school supplies Had Not Seen Since Sun- Starched, Finding Him Tuesday Frank Thomn, a well to-do bachelor who farmed In the Tnv- ers Jlttrtct, wia found dead In hli bed on Itrt. He was last on the Simdiy previous, and hit neighbors, not noticing him around, going Into hie aliack. found him dead In bed. Coroner Humphries wn notified, ard so- il ig down tc the oeceated't rcii- dence on WedneRtcy, four-d that ceath was K natural causn. for the pupiU, and free dental, medi- adrlco. Ho referred lo ILe face lhat cal. clinics. Mrs. Jowett f no one man was indispensable, in- ditl -not' omit lating a thrust al the slanclnR the death ol Lord Kitchener Rcuoal board in llio bringing forward, I made no particle of difference at the last meeting held, Ihe policy olko the carrying on of ihe war, and free supplies, wns suited Lujiiixo Io whal Iho war had shown in hare been under consideration last September. She iiitimalrd tliat in this matter' Ihe hoard had borrowed Jier platform, auj said tual if trustees had been considering the mat- ter ol fres supplies so Jar aa last'' September, they had only woken up io ILo of Iho same the tiny before yesterday. No Anlrr.esity With Mr' Donald McXabb in- the chnlr, the lucctlng was firel addrosacd by Mr. Holmes Jowull, who elated the objects for- which (he Dominion Ijany was organised hi order lo brlnj? ouL.. candidates not fur- scaia ID the 'federal and provincial houses foul for civli: councils, 'school boards, and oilier public bodies.' The present cam- paign. he said, was not started vfH'u f.ny' animosity towards the eoiiimis- ElunCrs, but because therQ was dissat- isfadlicn the present syglcm of city'- Tlic appeal >vas not only to orgaTiized and .onorgiiuizcd that men who had never had auy rnill- tRry training were in a Bhort time In important commands and in charge of Important works. lie fied gued1 irom thla lhat be 10 sliortcomlUfcS on his part in hand- lug the duties of commissioner nf blic Mrs. Jowett Jowcll said, thai tlie yraa Ihc uoiher of six children who went to fiol aad elic was Lhcrefore In a siliou to know what school children ivanlcd. She, if elected, would do all 11 her power lo see that the pupils were provided with free tuppHes and :ree surgical, and dental irealinenl. U was only after her plat- [biiu bad been announced regard tc Ee matters that thft, .ps'iiflol boan! Lad woken up the-dhy before ycster to, of free, auu- p3ics ol which waE.-Eaui to Lave been, considered last- Sop- Lember. In Calgary, Klmoiiton, nnd .dlclM Hat, they had frea a up piles in the schools auJ fre.3 nrdi cal, She; surgical, arid could not ace dental --.linics wliy Iho should not be in in Lelh bridge. Whatever was beneficial for the children she prepared lo dn and she would fight [or Ihe urns even it U came lo rolling up her sleeves. Mr. Hawkini Mr. Hawkins placed stress 01 c necessity of free aujiplica ?.ntl frei edifal end denial clinics 'in Live Ilo WPS ot Ihc opiniun lha labor but lo the Ih who. he fell, trcrc nol satlsfic! willi the'present system. Aclion forced in lhat Iherc v.'as a tse! there was something .wrong with the The inib- liclty in what ih.e conn ell vwerc dplnfj was nllcnllon lo, and, UL: ilns. tlio inalnllLy ol llic pubii how the city funds were licing Mr, Cameron Mr. M. Caincron, candidalc for roiuiuis-loiicniilp ot public laid it down that Ihe laiiie was clear was a challcnsc to ihc prcs- lenchcra should receive hctlor EI csil Conn ol city government as ear- in lhat Ihc heller splisried th ricil oa by the preicnt" Incumbenls. teachers were it.would retlect on ;li 'J'lio principle ot deinocratlc: EOVCTJ- pupils. lie also coiisldcrcd mrnL he -staind, responsible gov- be'belter for ilm school boar criinieiil. which iVc hnd in tills belter for t'jc teachers iiav try." U -was rot hovrcvcv always ED. as j teachers repreKcntci! hy n In its Ihfire Csnipacl. r.nd the present j -wfls-.i rr.mily Com- j Mr. Cameron Ihe pre-v I cut cornmls.ilon Torin o( gorernincnt I ivas.not ilcmncn-.'.ir, In l.hal Ilic tixei-1 utivc ami [iiTictions .were I combined in llirec men. There I nollilnp !n Ihc wei1 of a cabinet, whose fuiir.tloa executive iiis'.inguiahcil from ihc rrsl of the j K'Riiilallvc, chamber. In Iho move- ment lhat Ihc parly he represenlcil v-as" making, il was not .1 move tor] the arstcn but In Iho ill- rcclltm o' rospousible Ocmocralic soy-j evnnient wherein the IcRiBlatlvc Im the nnil Ihc i live whfilter appointed ty tho alderr.icii or elected by Iho i More Dcmo.ralic Tlio form ndvacated, argued the F (maker, '.vfls more democratic In lhal li! a hoard of aldermen Ihcro ivouM Vm muro publicity slvcii to public would thereby he kept lo'joli from wtfl; lo wltb what' WAS going on. In the last I wo. (here had brnn a great deal ol not only on the form ot 'fovcriHucnl but In thai il was a one- Man gorcrnmciiL .incl so too aulo- cvatlc. With rumor criticism he fell thai there must- be ,iomc Inilti Jn I his. "'Police" Not Efrrelent There ara certain which hare to bo observed, continued Mr. Cam- oron, whether TM like them or nol. This particularly applied to gambling which should be minimized as Ur as possible. Ho hail-Keen In olhet clllea, tntl he was (old IhAt U wna the nrnne In this city, men whff camo off Ihrefth- IngCMlIltg and.vlsltlnK tbe cllleg were met on Iho streets and enllced to pub- lic gambling rcsorla (rom which Ihey returned .without any ol (be. money Ihfy'look In. Such needed pro; tectlon. To do this iXc; iovcrnmont at Kdmor.lon had lo semi down clil men spring who inftde A tltAii- iip of here. This In tla opinion proved IhaL ihe city polic- ing nas nol And H wag the opinion of 75 per cent, of the k proof of Ihls wti shown In the re- cent resfgnitlon ot (he chief .of po Kco. The imtlfRmttlon of the police and fire, depart in oh I A be coutenjcd VETERANS WILL CANDIDATE FOR CHIEF The successor to Chief Hardy v as chief of ]ioHce will be a vet- erati If a qualified IUHQ ca1: be secured from I'H" re- luruct! men. The vciunvis of the clly busy iu a ruan sulitiblo lor Ihc NEW CHURCH WILL BE ERECIEI) Amalgamated Parishes To lit Known as St. Will Worship at St. Cyprians S.S. BOARD LIKELY No One'Anxious lo Hun So That Election Contest is Unlikely services in Si. Cyprian's, bf> the parish church unlll thu church is built, In regard to tho no planp were Initiated, tbe bcitig one which, will rs'j financial consldcralion. A', iha aicollng of the pariahfonert Church Ofrrccri of St. Aupuiiia'f St. Cyprian'i. Thp folloving ofllcers for the held at the T.V.C.A. on Thurpday jAnalfiaioaiQ'J piriih wero elected: iiUhl. delnils as toamalKamntitin were J Church wardens (ppople _K_ of Smallpox in East And in Some Western Towns Causes Anxiety In the view of the prevalence of mallpox In (lie cast and particularly D Ontario, Seaator De Veber. medical Ticer of health, advises aa a precau- on thai everyone should be vaccinat- U. In the case ot lliose who have ot been vaccinated during the last iven years they should he revaccin- led. There are no cases of smallpoi In ic clly and in the vicinity. The ehresl mentioned was iliai ab 00 ruilcs away, lieyond the cap of hat IE ItnoTrn as the LfllhbrlJge rfeybuni line, LliougL it has no con eclion with Lelhhrldge. Whilc In public school beard circles there is iilenly of interest in Ihc coming elections, two IE.dies iccltini; Hie voles ol tlie electors for rirst lime in the city's history', it IB the reverse iivlth tbo separate tcliool board. Two trustees, John Vas'jlemfc, chairman of the board, and J. K. Contain J. B. Palmer, R.A.F., Smith, nrc retiring, arc nol sure eipected by Ills parents, Mr. find. tnaL lney will allow their names Mrs. J. AV. Waddcll, by the Saturday again. No one else aeems lo afternoon Iraiu. lie will be accom-1 anxious tor iho honors, 11 ii iirnc- panied hy wife to whom he was F------ married In Old Country ..about Ihrce years ago. Captain Palmer lett when war broke oul, on August 27lliP 1914. He proceeded to Valcartler and -.vent orcraeag with the niaclitne suu section of the lOLh Battalion -iu the fall of (he year. He left England for (he front in February, 1915, and gain- ed hiji D.C.M. Iu July of the same year al After seventeen continuous months In the trenches. Captain Palmer gain- ed Iiis commission as lieutenant, and a week after was wounded and obliged lo go Into hospital in England. ,On his discharge he waa anppinled in- strpctor at Crbwborough, in Sussex, in the'camp there, and In August, 101S, Joined the Flying Corps, being promoted lo Ibc rank of caulaiii. It ivas TO holil fu- lically th_a: arparalc si.-rtoo! board election will go by ticn. Il is proposed by the to hold a ratcpwycrsi' meeting some lime neil week wlicn the hoots and financial G tale merits of Iho district, will lie open [or discussion. Jnnes; M. Freoman. Twalre vestrymen, jli from ot the olil var'iiieB: 51. .la B. Uowoian. J. K. iiimp-nn, R. A. Smith, K. A, Shar- Dim; St. D. Kiss. H. Mcech. .1. R. Wellington. K. Johnson. E. Jackson. Vesiry eiert. li P. Tuson. The nc- parish will be known :i6 Si. AuEuatm'e. 'RESENTATION TO FRAGMENTS'- LEADERS A very was spent Ihc cluh .rooms' of ihe-'G.W.VtA. ast (lie occasion'fains irise preaentnlion lo liic Secretary 1 llic' Kragmejits Foot- ball Club, Mr. P. Turnbiill. and ilio epresenlative on Ihe Lclhbridse 'oolball League, Mr. S. Troinan. They cere botlt presented with watch fobs, ullably inscribed, and bearing the irest of the President Longworlh, oti behalf of the players the loam, made the prcsenlalion with a natty litlle speech, and the re- cipients both suitably responded. The rest of the evening was spent Jn music and dancing, the music being provided jy Comrade Holmes aj. ibc pfnno, and Comrade Yales with the violln. OLYMPIC COMMANDER KNIGHTED A." Capt. Bertrnm Ilaycs, commander of the Olympic, was yesterday invested with linishllipod at Uuckingham pal- iice- Tlie Daily''Mail says knighthood honors (o the racrcantijo marine as a grcnt national service "seals the new status it-won1 Our White Ivory Goods now opened up. We invite your inspection and consider jt a favor. No (rouble to show goods. Frank Hedley Drug Co. THE EDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. hnve been nrrntigH in support of tho undid a lure ot (or of Works ftl which til for Ihls ortlco and for School Tnateo are Invited to raeek. CLUB CAFE Serre 35c Meal In the OALfRAITH SCHOOL Wedntedly Dw. Irt Quick Serrlce. Ont Coffn KvS Preneh Putn CENTRAL OK, Mh For Xmas Your Photograph Phone .and make 50 appointment today. THE SMITH STUDIO D06 THIRD AVE. S. E. A. EWERT JEWELER and OPTICIAN MOVED TO WHITNEY BLOCK, 413 THIRD AVENUE Rear of Union Bank OUR MILK IS RICH IT TESTS EXCEPTIONALLY HIGH AND IS PURE AND PASTEUR- IZED. WE DELIVER IT AT IScAQUART Cream, ISc Half Pint On iccounL of finrorseen difficulties arising out o( starKiig a. new business our supplj o[ milk has not been up to the standard, rjther iu quality, or service. Ueginninc cuEtomers irill lie assured ot a good fresh supply ot milk or cream every itiorDlng, 35 we hive luadc permanent arraugenienlE at OUT base ot supplies. SOME ONE SAID WE WERE BROKE, WE ADMIT BEING SLIGHTLY BENT BUT STILL DOING BUSINESS. We are in Lethbridge to STAY! Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. PHONE 1129 M ARLOW'S EAT ARKET 1110 6th Avenue Soulh Phone 796 SPECIALS FRIDAY ____ Haddk FiDeU, Z5c Ib. Salmon, ,25c per Ib. HJibut, 2 Ibi. for 45c DRY IREWOOD ONE 516 P. Lund Son Lumber and Builders'Supplies A VERITABLE FAIRYLAND TOYS, GOODS, STATIONERY, BOOKS AND POEMS The distinctive Elore, harmoniiinp fn Its detail" 'with, and enunciating Ihc tnie DickcnFian iplrit ol POca on Pfertli, sood'iflH lo men. 'J'licre is nolhins as truly ombleraatfc of wtat Ofckena' ivrolc In Iiis "Christmas Carol'1 if, when after the leaa.rorlunalo of our brothers rind sisters have'heen cflreil tor, and rnada enter Into Uie spirit or Chrlslmas, In home.- To let one's thoughts drift on. In the descriptive earth's ideals, as portrayed by author and poet, li aright the season about Christmas Day. TcU Ihe glory and Immortalize ihe Day. They cnmprloo itnionp Ite choicest gilts'ot ono (riend lo another.-They express the unul'.cre-l word which distance bespeaks, yet unhwird, THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE Interprets the of the Moal fn UTERATURE GREETINGS ARTISTIC DESIGN tuil cxcmpliticB In every detail Christmas Time. Phone 613 SUFovthAre. The Best Milk is Nature's Own The next besl Is M fresh an4 clenn as yon get U. IVhr do ire UT clttn and Because Just think chince there li lor costuolnatlon: Btm. The Firmcr'a Firmed CarefalnfM. The Firmer'! pelhrtry U the Dairy. The The Dulrr'e BatllM, Ont, Etc. The Delivery. of Emploreet. Crystal Dairy Limited ;