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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, XOVEMBEH 2U. 1920 and publishers StHE LETHBHIDGE HERALD .PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITcD Ctji Street South, Lclh.brldge, Alherti W, A- BUCHANAN i ideht'and Director 'JOHN TOH1IANCK Business'Manager. Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Ratei: delivered, per by mall, per year............ S.9J Daily, by mall for C months........ 421 Billy by mill. 3 months........... til Weekly, by mail, per 1 61 Weekly, by per year to U.S... 3. THE SALARY OF THE MAYOR Mayor Hardie, as (he public ie noiv aware, will make it a stipulation to his re-election that uo be euipowered to amend the city, charter so as to al low a clause to be inserted to raise the.mayoral salary from al hcrtv stands, to He have fared as well UDder other guid- If the Mayor is credited with keep- ing the city oa u even keel. a? com- pared with otbcr cities, iheu it is only a matter of fairness on the principle that the laborer Is worthy ot his hire that his claims (or a higher salary should, be favorably considered. The city has placed it on record that it accepts tha principle ot tbe laborer and his hire in the ejection, when Sir Oliver offered his cervices wllbon! a salary 213 against Mr. Mecca with a salary, by electing the laltsr with a very substantial majority. "With thii la mind It becomes a cuestloa dt con- sidering the Mayor's claim carefully. The coining year will bo a diScull ouc in the civic administration from a financial point of view. Taking Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What is'Kenllsh Ore! 1, What is lhe origin of lhe Chin- ese pigtail? 3. Why Is a Welshman called Taffy? t. Is the origin of our word o. When did the British first use mustard gas In the wart U. NYhat does "tblmblo" SATURDAY'S QUESTIONS TODAY'S QUESTIONS NVhai Is necromancy? What is the -Grandfather EO Whit U iiegusl What Is the third eyelid? What was Iho ol the Ger- Mayor Hardlc's record will It be Philosopher Nietzchel true wisdom to retain him at the belm orees the present salary only has monetary value (2500 as compar- ed, to pre-war days. In this co must appear thai lhe request Of his Worship is somewhat a belatec tone, and, on the grounds; siiould have made sooner than later. However a'mailer which might he gatded as his primary concern. It may be thit with his. knowledge of cil> finances it would not have been onpor luce to have made' tbo request before, and with the increase tic. is asking he has an eye as well lo something in the Vay of recompense. .This may be con- sidered as part of the argument in his request, in that wllh the prospect of prices' coming down tho request he is making: may. be considered Inoppor- -Tba' question of the future salary 'ot the Mayor is. like all other finan- 'clal. questions, one which depends on the ability ot the city to pay. It is a7 question, .further, which is prim- arily In lhe hands of the ratepayers, H becomes with them a matter of con- sidering has Tendered tiie cSly and what the' city his to ataud to gain in the retaining of his services at an Increased salary. These are points in which nls Worship will have to satisfy the electorate, and im.dqnbt he has the material for prov- ing his case as to the necessity of the "added a year, it becomes In the final analysis something for the ratepayers as to whether the city stands to gain by retaining the services of the present the rale ot or of, fiervice'.'With' another .In .his the initial salar> Is the s'um of to be added to the administra- tion justifiable in the circumstances, Or, in other words, would it be a year well spent? -No doubt the rate- Trill be In a better position to decide. Ibis when 'the Mayor makes hie statement to justify hi We are at present going'through what'miy be termed to be a reaction ary fUage, with tho-fnovemcnt to re- turn as near as teethe prewar state' That we sball actually rta'ch thatistatSno one caWlibpe for. and. the anticipation 'may well'be aside. But that wo sball get somewhere-near Is a justifiable conclusion. To' read this'ithere must naturally bo ing IhUho public purso. At the sam< time it Is well lo remember In the pro cess that there Is stich. a thing as economy; or, to use tho famll'ir phrase, there Is the chance ot Imperilling the safaly of the ship lor; a. ba'porlh of lar. This la some thing to be taken Into the calculation U must be remembered that the city year is faced with a higher rathei than, a lower mill rate, in the fact o the'building necessary for meeting tho congestion In lhe school population coupled with the demands made by the teachers tor higher salaries. There la also the bill to face with the added salaries granted the civic employees, tho retroactive pay promised them'to be included in next year's estimates. There is further lo be con- with' the raising of the salary of the Mayor the other Iwo Commissioners will be expecting and asking a pro rata Increase, with the prospect of ocr civic administration becoming lop heavy. The mill ralo'ag It Is at present is high enough to prevent the payment ot 100 per cent.'' in faxes, and there are the. Inevitable tat arrears which have resulted in a considerable- portion of properly fall- Ing Inlo the hands of tho city, thus limiting the ground from which civic revenue can be obtained. The fads narrated have justly to bo taken into the reckoning In conslder- iiig any further addlllon to the clly's liabilities. This, however, should not' allow of Iho Mayor being the sufferer through.circumstances for which it he was not instru- mental, If Iho citizens consider that "he.clly will gain by keeping him at ___toe hc-ad nf affairs at a cost of a year. H has lo be remembered lhat the city has passed through troubled times which have been lhe portion ot municipalWen. It has weathered the gale with Ilia present Mayor al Iho helm. Jt. therefore, becomes a matter lor consideration whether It would at an Increased Is this to be borne In mind, that it the city' has I'JC cbilily tq pay the sura of for its Mayor it may he the means of securing the best men for the office In the competition It will attract. Or ogain. Is It sure.tbat, il can secure a competent man in the position of Fnanco Minister for tho salary of a or is a year a legitimate hasls for value re- ceived and to be received? Further, wo might add. tho Mayor, if elected, will be for a period1 of three years, with the possibility that the cost ot living will not he in the exact ratio at the end of the period in which t stands to salaries at the 'present imo, and HOOD may corns to be re- ;arded as a pretly good salary. G. From what are birds said to be evolutionited? ANSWERS 1. The divination of the future by questioning the dead.-' 2. A cl-use iirthe-Negro.suffrage In the States allowlns a persfca who is not able to satisfy either tbs edu- cational or properly tests to continue a voter for life 1C lie was a voter In 1S07. 3. A firink called from its inventor, Colonel Negus, r.iade of port or slurry Ship Bi-oke'to Pieces They lo Face Heavy Seas in .'Life Bells KINGSTON. Out. Nov. Harry "of Ihe wfecked steam barge. with two other members of the ererc who had boon almost giveo'up for lost In a big storm os .Ontario, ou Noveuibcr Ifi. reached the city lite he had a thrillios story to relate. Ac- cording lo-lhe'capniu's s'lcry, the Ftandall Day at the Giaia dock's ou r-the afternoon of November 15 to scok shelter storm lhat'Vas, os Ih2 lake. After they there! !or sotne hours theL wind shifted from a' heavy- broke In on the bay. -The boat broke iooso and Was carried out to sea.'Her .tern stnack'. da.a rock and her More Truth I Than Poetry! By S. E. Klter A GLORIOUS PRIVILEGE Soa't come to me. t-ouinlainliiK; Don't iry to make me sad; little change remelnlng, But things are tar from bad. I've got a Job; I'm earning The wages that I I've solved the trick oC turning From little cares; I'm learning That life's worth living yet. Don'l come to me to grumble, For I'll refuse to liear; Short-slgh.ied men may stumble, engine was; Jificd .mi. two as tha result of the Impact, main stfamnlDe broke, and tho c; ran to end of the vessel, which remained above water, "The heavy sea washed the after- And here and there a jumble Shg'.Drbke Of rubbish may appear. The' But am busy trying To keep my vision clear. You may have cause for sighing; Beyond me there Is lying A future lull of cheer. HOME RULE FOR CITIES The tendency among cities of the present time Is to endeivur lo obtain what is known as Homo Rule, The dea" Is not only a weflern one but it ippears'to hhvo also caught-ou In the east of Canada. The new'charter ol -he city of Is now under pre- paration, and there Is .to .be noted a very for Home Rule. In the Montreal charter, at present 'ramed, It is proposed-in future !bat the city affairs be directed by nine men only, elected by the citizens at arge, and that this small body shall not only appoint ''the mayor but tho general manager of the'city as well. It is also laid down that a mere majority of the council of nine shall havo power toisuspend'or dismiss the mayor. But now. co'mcs.what is remarkable in the move for 'Home Rnle. It Is that the y, of Montreal shall have all'the In the Legislature if -the Provinco of Quebec as regards the.-'administration of the city, and that the powers of ths Legislature be delegated to the city. Extended powers, as constituted in the new-'charter of-Montreal which that hopes to" adopt, imight easily tend to place the city In the position of being governed by au.oligarchy with Sowof s of "Chacfc "f r'om' ou I s Id o. Tbo for Home Rule to a limited ex- tpnt pn.the'ipart of cities may he con- sidered .conceivable, but to have ;too mucn'ha's With extended powers, and a weak and Indiscreet city government, there are bound to ue dangers.ahead. WILL ClISGFiBErl Experimental Plant Will Es- tablished in 1921 ftir onslratlbn'Work. !f the Irish harp instead ot harping on the past grievances of Ireland lent itself to the music of harmony, Us music would be more appreciated than it is'at'the present time. Mr. Asquith Is now generally re- ferred to In Great Britain as the.-hus band ot Mrs. Asquilh This la price of femalo notoriety. the With the fine showing mads In Col gary, it IB only fn keeping that the Lelhbrldgo poultry fanciers are raak Ing a loud crowing. Ths increased salary movement ha even reached the League of Nations The members of the secertarlat hav increased, salaries tc meet the high cost'of living, 'it Is a case of a league for Increased salaries The decision come to by the l-'rcncl Government lo Inquire into tie salar. the ex-Kalser IB drawing Is lltnely The man who brought his country- ti lhe position It Is in should be mads ii pay the piper and not draw Perhaps the profiteer who Is enliUei lo the blscuft In lhe way ot Impudenc" Is Iho grocer in Paris who has been sent to prison for six monlhs with a fine for profiteering In rents. Wlijlu he was thus profiteering he displayed In tho grocery store ha was conducting the "Campaign against the high cost of living." 4. A thin nicmbrans bywhlch'the rocess 'of winding' Is performed by erlain animals.' 5. He became Insane and was ined in a .hospital in 1S95. 0. From The theory is ormed front the finding of fossils of ilrds with reptile tails. mixed wilii hot water, sugar, nut- 1 cabin and lifeboats off the deck icj. and lemon SUted Captiiin'jU'J'UII. "Wo stayed j If others fee! forsaken on the boat unlil'3 o'clock Wednesday) Where worse lies come to worst, afternoon, Iblnk.lug lhat someone j Is unshaken; would pldvus up. -N'o one came. weather coiidlUors were becoming very us lo was .Co only thing left for life belts and trusting ourselves to tha mercies of the .waves, started to swim for shore. Just a? we got there, a'distance of about fifty feet, the light-bouse keep- er's wife antTson came along and-gave what assistance.'tlier could. We were forced-to walk'a'mile end i half to iho lighthouse; Brady- Harry Shiith. two members ot Lhe crew, were almost frozen1: was really ter- rible." Owing to the'bad weather they were unable to leayc'.lhe Isli-.nd until Thurs- The''captain'highly praissd lhe lighthouse keeper. 've found a flal, ond taken It for October first. Although they'll soak me double Tue price the worth, I'm glad enough to bubble: iVhy. should I think of (rouble? They'll let me stay oil earth! EDMONTON, NOT.- elephone from Edmonton'to-Calgary rill be the next innovation In the way if communication between the two cit- es. Dr. R. W. profess.or ot Aysics In the university, has bean ask- ed by the Canadian Sclen- 'ific lo take...part iu some investigating work In connection .with :ho new ;wireless, arid'he has'agreed o do .so. Within twelve mqnihs, Dr. Doyle stiles, an eiperlmental plant for de- nohstration purposes will be in'opera- ion' between and''Its' sis- :er city and Investigations to lhat.'e'nd will be carried on at the' university during the coming.year., 1..1, Alberta has advantages for'work' of his kind, it is-pointed but Prof. Boyle, there being ence here from waves' telegraphy. The problemf the research council is giving tention at.presentjs hpw'to the atmospheric; disturbances'; and t is :in this dlrectioil1. that ince 'or.the been asked for. COMPLIMENTS FOR COLEMAN SiqkOOL (From Our Own 'Correspondent) COLEMAN, Nov. Otujwell of Albtrla University Is lo dellv'cr a lecture entitled "The Canadian; of To- 'on Friday.evening. "'A'scr les of such lectures throiigh the under the aus plcea of tbo Women's InslHute.''.'.. Inspector Hutchison along with In specter Smith paid a to Coloman on Wednesday..vMr.-Hutch! son will ho orticJa capacity to CMtnlne Ihe' school. Both were'impressed with' the. efficiency o the work being done Ih'Cotema'n ant were highly k i." 11. t erest shown by the b Of Marriage fose MONTREAL, (fcanndkn At a joint meeting ot clergy- men representing all lhe Protestant denoralnatibnslot Mcmtre.iV held yes- "unanimously passed Withdrawal of the appeal tn the marriage case ot Ds- patlc-Trembly trnm-the privy council. It was iirgerl on the merits ot (he cafb'.Khdulfl-be given cihd that the of !tbc-, appeal should be resisted by all lawful means. U was felt'' thai the failure on the part otlhe privy coiincll to render a decision would cause widespread discontent, in the province oE Quebec and throughout :Jthe Dominion and would accentuate the differences and uncertainties already .existing in con- nection with mafrlagca. 1 It was slated ,'iiiat .'the meeting was act only uuanlrhp'us, but" enthusiastic and that its action .could. tie. taken us representing the. view of all tbe noh- Iloman in jMontreal. A cable announcement on Wednes- day said efforts'were being made lo withdraw the case from the council, hccause'Tboth parties had been recently rc-mjtrfled. SOCIAL ACTIVITIES AT MAGRATH 'From Onr Own Correspor.dentl -MAGnATil, Nov. A number of Magr.ith ueopie.. -are attending, the Taylor Btako Institute 'being held" in Raymond this week, some very valu able lectures and lessons vare being given which tviir help .all connectet In any organization of the L. D. S church. Mrs. Mary Fletcher entertained a number ot lady friends at a most de llcioiia chicken on Wednesday evening. nspcclor is cnt 'Ol odlcial for th'o.aistrict A couple at Brandon, Man., have celebrated their seventieth wedding anniversary. We hare the golden wed- Ing and the diamond wedding. It now remains for tho coiner of phrases lo invent a lerm tor iho seventieth wed- ding anniversary. In the fact that a director of lhe U. K. A. has slated lhat be has figured It out that a potato Is worth two bushels of oals, it might be cajled lhe "potato wedding.1 education. Inspector lhe High school odlcla. spoke very complimentary being attemplcd by-'the Principal and the board. It Is hoped in tho near fut- ure to hare a graduate teacher-to as- sist In High school work.. Principal '.Powell hopes to present the play by the; pupils ot the school on the boys and girls arc Warming up for this- event. ArcMeacon Hayes of Catgarv, paid an official visll to lhe St. Alban- con- gregation on Wednesday evening. From his conference with tho mem- bers it is hoped lo resume services In the church soon. WINNER OF ELECTION OFFERS SEAT TO DEFEATED RIVAL MONCTOX, X.n. Freil Ksla- brooks, who was cicclcd as one of tho government supporters in Westmore- land in the recent provincial elections, wrolo lo Ferdinand Bourgeois, lhe de- feated Ac.idi.iii candidate, offering (o resign .In iho laller'a favor If the vot- ers of the constituency would agree to his election by declamation. In his. offer, Mr. Kslanrooks said he regrotlerl the defeat of Mr. 'Bourgeois and felt the French-speaking people in Ih6 county shoulil have a represent- ative in the legislature. However, al a meeling of lhe Acail- tlian eiL-clors held here, la resolullon was adopted expressing appreciation of -Mr. Kstabrooks' but stating that they could not consider its ac- ceptance. with '-.tho keen aniquo moat j0ny 1 EMPRESS OF TRANCE SAILS QUKHKC, Nov. Canadian C. I'. 0. Empress ol France, cleared from Quebec for lhe last time this season yesterday morn- ing for I.iverrmo! wilb 1221 passengers and KfH) rf Older Provide lhe Entertainment This Xmas Tree (From Our Own Correspondent) COWLEY, Nov. Sunday Cowley experienced 0110 of ilis worst iviiid ucd dust stornis for many mouths, le seemed to reach lhe PICKED UP IN PASSING FOR THE B U S Y M A N D.. Mclctosb, old time Toronto flour and feed merchant. Is dead. Peter W. Lake, S ask., old-timer, Is dead. W. S. Morrison, a pioneer of Wa- pclla, Sask., Governor Oregon, was for- merly a prospector iu the Kootenays. helcht of it.? fury four o'clock. Tbe plowed, land back! A paper announces that ol town did not lend'lo help mattersj 1-ord YVilttngdon, governor of Madras, any. for at .limes il was impossible will bo Ihe new Viceroy of India.' Rev. W. o, Howson, superannuated Methodist minister, well .known throughout Omar lo, died-al London. Rev. John Armstrong, for iao're than to see one hundred yards, ahead. Mrs. Rcmliigtou, has spent tho past feu- weeks in Cowley, .returned on Saturday to lilairmore. Oa Saturdtjv afternoon the Women's Institute held'a enjoyable recep: for all ihe Y.omen bf.Cowley. and 76 years a Methodist minleier, died In the glrla of the Wesl club. After i Montreal at (be age of 98." the regular hustoess was comluctctl i j_ a short progran'rwas reiideixxl of com- Arthur W, Adams, prominent' in St. muu.ty sliigins, reading. iBslrumeutal John, N. B., marine Iradliig clrc.les, Is and rocal selections. Tol-1 dead loived by the serving ot-dainty re _L frcshracnis 'and by a social chat: i waicom v. Maclmics, chief Canadian On Wednesday evening Prof. Oite-i government agent In the Untied well, of Edmonton University, gave nt most lifieresting and tfislrucilvo lec-l StateBl dled at Jure on the "Canada of. Tomorrow." A large audience had gathered to near ihe lecture and certainly were I not disappointed. His ready. wit! Oltawa cily -Council endorsed 'ihe two-year lerm tor 'members' of the brought torlh many a peul of laughter, and the. colored views thrown on the screen brought to mind what a won- dcful ours this U. Professor Cameron will be the next leci-.irer end'tri.11.speak on December 5th. His subject Is "The Earth" We.. _ Live On." toms, Gananoque, died the day follow- Instead of the children enlerlalnltig lnf; lhe deatl! ot his. brother, Justice the older folks with a concert as, usual. Hie grown-ups are going to en- llertafn the children'with a Christmas i party. The sum of one hundred dollars was raised in twenty-four hours, so that a Christmas tree, presents, nieal. i nuts, decoraliohs, In fact everything A" POOR FIGURE AT COURT to-make the party a success Is assur-l Rev. Charles J. S. Betliuue, M.A., LJoyd George is accused of Chlldreu's games" under who for the past 15 ycara has a.sloppy collar and Irousers that bagi Y'3Prs take upjtb'e hour from eight i occupied the position of PrbfesBqr of knees. The latest pictures of Frora ;ts ten there will i Kntomology at the Ontario Agrlcul- Saskatchewan school children In a contest conducted by the provincial department of agriculture, got'rid of over two million gophers. i Wm: H.. Britton, collector ,pf ciis- ms, Gananoque, die the death ot his IjjJBrlUon; of Toronto. .A. KrauBS, former Reglna alderman, found guilty of selling yas" fin- ed and costs in police court to- gether with two months' .iinprlspn- at.the ku Jim.indicate that bis mustache needs :rimming, loo. CONTENTMENT If I had all the blessings which are far beyond my reach at present; If I were handsome, youthful, rich, and my surroundings all were pleasant, I might have freedom from regret; the chances ire, .though, that I shouldn't, For still, no doubt, I'd long to get some other, something that I couldn't, XA LOP-SIDED EQUIPMENT Elwell had forty wigs, but it appears that be didn't even one extra set 9f false teeth. .Perhaps'Hint was the he the giving of presents, refresh- ments and the distributing of the candy, etc. Every child in Cowley school and town will recelvp u pros- out and any little ones who will bo -sign, following Investigation of chare- there from-outside of'towr. .will. that" he let personal feeling influ- coarse, receive, candy, nuts, with ence his administration! tural College, Guelph, has resigned. Magistrate W. O. Chapman, of Rainy River, has been asked to re- Santa Claus is expected to arrive in his aeroplane and will spend the eve- ning wi'.li the children. Mr. and Mrs. 'Gerry and Mr. Jim Oerry are moving down to what was formerly. the Hodgson place. Miss Mclvor. sister ot Mr. D. -R Mclvor, is visitln's.wlth Mr. and-Mre. "Mclvor for the winter. Tlio Cowley Baseball club Sixty pairs ot sllvar black foxes, valued at nearly a million dollars, are I being shipped in two steel baggage Montreal foi exhibition, In No. 3 polling Bayham, Stansell's own ward in. the East Elgin byrt-electlon. where he spent lhe greater part of the .day, Mr. McDer- iut...... iif .tcj .was given he was so ,week. They will .occiipyttie Victor! S131130113 39- TEACHERS IN RANKS OF LABOR I Robinson house. r. NEW YOriK, Nov. resolution j Tne an-d roads both being hodingh dnilnthe-near Mr. Clarence -Webber, the 1 a her I HAD MESSAGE FROM urging affilialfou with organized la- splendid, quite a number took In Paul bor was adopted today by the second IBoury's sale. semi-annual conferences of teachers' unions of easlerri states. The resolu- tions declared ".teachers can not servo society well without adequate pay and democratic working conditions" and that "it was inevilable' thai teachers should join organized labor. A recommendalloa vras made by the committee on education that steps' be William Wallace, who .was private secretary to Hon. N. W. Rbwell, K.C., rluring bis presidency, of the privy council and more recently was secre- tary of .the Canadian committee in KING GEORGE cna'Ee of arrangements for the Imper- ial Press has beeii aii- YORK, Nov. message'noinlcci manager of lhe: Canadian Daily of greeting from King George and an address by General Nivelle, French war ed E ciar "rcar as Brinl The Jn uniform method of compensation. .which was forwarded Robert George featured Car-. Newspapers' Geddes, British ambassador commemorative services in thej.negle night by "I join ybu gladly In honoring the for Mayflower Council .to mark; tho Pll-} men of the Mayflower, whoso memory 1g one Of tne glories of Am- by' Sir erica." rt t ind' All the ladles were in COB and comic. had by all pros Mrs. R. S. Winterton was pleasantly surprised by r, number of friends 01 Monday afternoon, the occdsidn being In honor of lies' blrlhdayv The first of a'series of whist drives under direction) of the Women's In- stitute will ho' held on 'Monday even- Ing'noxt, at All those inlorestal are cordially InvKed to Hltencl. Admission 26c. Refresh- ments served during tho evening. Mr. and Mr3..Floyd BradKhaw were pleastintly surprised by a number of friends on Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. DradsTiaw .leavo shortly for Utah where they will spend the winter. A wedding c'f in'.c-rcat to JIaKrath people Is that of Wtss Sao'io Clarke and Mr. E. .1. Woodjerv They wci'e married on Saturday in. I.ethbrldgo. The liapjiy couple will reside iri'Mx- cralli. Mr. is tho for Lumber Co. hero. They are receiving rraigralulations from their many friends, GOES TO SLEEP BELT It Starts and Youth Is Drawn Into the Machinery NOilTIl BAY.-Adrienna Oanthier, 18 years of age, lost his life In the mill al Sturgeon Kails on Snnday mor- ning about 0 o'clock. Ho laid down on one o1 ihe broad bells of tnp ma- inach'iirry ami ;wtr.t to Hleep, One ol Iho workmen came In to slarl lhe mill, and Ilic young, fellow was drawn Into, lhe machlncry.'liia leg being lorn sncl crushed. Medical aid was summoned nnrl lia was brought lo North Bay, bill as he was taken Inlo thn hospital. The bncly will bo taken to lila homo in iHt. Marguprlw, Qua. PLAYER-PIANO FINEST OF ALL GIFTS will solve your home amusement problem. You'll find there's a rarer, finer pleasure for all the family in the possession of a Mason Riscli Player-Piano, than in any mode of entertainment you can provide. Let us tell you about this marvelous insu-umcnt. Terms to Suit Each Purchaser, in Confidence MUSIC ROLLS A fine collection, exact duplicates of the playing of the Artists who created them. BALMORAL BLOCK LBTHBRIDGE ;