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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Saturday, 1910. The underwear without a fault of the Cahad- arrived here given a sail on the" 'Jiai966r.. and. bke o'clock were -en- y of inspecting' the 'zDoiMnfiSniAQantic Railway, arid, with paissiengers a'nd irdghr and :Jpr a summer- hotel. CollQJfGholer'a an'd; -Id-" arrhbea. ithe best !known medicine relief and .It cures 'gripin' and Mb equally.. lilts. -IC-x" always; all V if Sareign -E-xchange y-'esi faties.i.v "'v (General- .'Business LETHBRWGE, BRANCH 01 K. D.' JOHNSON, Manager C. MORRIS0N; -THROUGH of this commission inent movement J and underlying j ;wnpie 'agitation for 'Y "ter, .''government of is .which aippeari to 'have been ;-by: both "those 'advocating those" Opposing .it. There is.' great, prin1-" at; stale e. The: advocates of .tte" commission .plan propose to substitute for tihe system, of delegated govern- ment, which, has -done -service tor. some hundreds of years, a system-.of popular, government; a system- where-' the government of" cities, 'instead of -being carried on by of the tax. payers, is to be on. by the tax -payers -themsei stead of-''government'toy" elected- alder-' it- 'substitutes, the .erencium 'and recall.. It -little Those .who oppose .-tins change "will usually tell, you' frankly' 'tfliat "they.[ do not- believe, that -cah.'gov- ,ern'r tmt; that cheyw must -b'e..governed, (by the wisest and: petition V twenty-five per the'; .ibrtvibuB -flection asked for an election "TijKm elec- tion '..--would'1 -'twentytfive' -3 r''- cent, of 'the '-tax 1" (petition to 'the council asking for. an election an election would. held, known as an the among -them. Those- who favor de- Glafeithere -is no wisdom tout .c iye.; wisdom- that-, tfie. .people who pay lor-tne wages, es of employees, the' people-" in lactX-.wno the. taxes antyTfppt-a.il die "-'bills, "inave the wfcple- j'say as to 'the' 'management of airairs. The taxipaf ers mistakes.., sometimes -but, they: tiat their, .affair "and no .-.'one the. r'.lf not-Jmediateiy; is for Cheirs _is ithe.4orward5ti sive "movement, while those them'! are the standpatters, retrogrades... mucnVl6r retical- side oE the; question; Nd-yy-' for practical.' .i "If. ;a majority. in favor of the measure--ic -urbuld nave ;to ibe passed law', The. com- 'elected 'lor ,six '..course, to'.good "tJh'errecall "measure 'being the keeping -him. to term would to .the; bent recall irbiild for, firing him Jbe fired-out he betrayed, to the .beautiful :n .fee is is work-, ing; lin'der the 'mayor board system; -the: trouble '.iasii always.' been, "that tlh ere jbeen; .a .'When; anything- -Is not next- .to.' impossible sto any-, pne, .man..., the, strongest .adherents pf that 'found; in private. iirasinesJr'Vis., missingV- And-. ing the ioweri: the- .Aldermen'' an-d xatejiayers ,havei. sighed-'-f or a system Ized authority-- "and .-lo.und- In-- the ..waits .-of -private men'vhave -even far as to -'declare- that; rightV..nmn could only -be'. >pic3ved upon, V a lute" monarchy ;pr czafdpm- would 'p'f in Jfcis-Gity Gould Be Created in f Business of :any-. moment could be up iai this WITHOUT''THE PATEON- AOE OF THE BEADEKS OF THIS NEWS- PAPER.. -.r ANY persistently seeks' tne' patronage" of THE-REAB- ENOUGH TO SATISFY ANY ty merea-iitile. [If tiiere is any wisdom in CONGENTRA- STjctiien, wisdom in a he.wsp.aper of pu-blicity. Such a campaign.is AlSiEi: AT' SOMETHING; There..are _ed advei> tisin-g'to your "friendliness.--' to .some, or fact ion-or interest. "The patronage' of'this ..can. "make" any- THE LACK OF IT OtqjGK- LY UN-MAKE ANY STORE CITY. and more, this :ers are-coming into the self-interest' ;habit of buying things aVlver- fisexrin For realiz- >fe o f th e in e v e r v d a h a 11 b e f i rm s a REAL SERVICE. AJPPRECIATE it, And the .be But, strange. as it" may. appear ilhis commission..plan, -which is .much talked.- abo'ut substituting; 4s: it :Ooes government -by. .the whole ibody of government, provides', this .very ['centralization.-; responsibility so ar- tiently, .prbVides, .for. the division -of the city's[ business into- three or .-fined In a city the. size of -these departments .would probably be (1) Department" of kud- 'Finance. partment oft. P.ublic Works, (3) of -Safety; The -peojnle' -would elect a superin- tendent or commissioner-to eaph partment." The; superintendent of the arst idepartment would.be mayor. .These or commissioners together would lorm the council. All their would, be held at stated timesj-ronce a, day perhaps., and would '.Tie-'puWici .kiach commissioner 'woul.'l .responsible for his -If any department was not run .-satisfac- torily, a majority of the ta-xpayers could -by means call set in motion pteti tioii'-of. twentjr-Iive per number of taxpayers who voted" 'at the last previous election. No "bylaw or other important measure could become law -until a specified time af- ter.' its first passage by .the council, and could not.then a cifies-qf' sizes; :inl "the' XJhitea ever poiitiqn- 's -.The system or di- is also in; half Milk River; -te ;pro xZl _''_? _ in Derlain's- ChpleraiaiMl tnedy-it j df arf missioners is JiKely. to the strongest'; opposition; to suthe :plan. tb' which it can be answered- that .seme of tilie present salaries paid "city Otcicials could be absorbed[ and' one or 'two" of the jobs .abolished- Five thou- sand, dollars per year per man is a :pretty high %Lethbridge. money, probably, might bring.out better men for the commrssi oners may 3e.- considered too many for the present the. city. For the time doing two-commissioners perhaps, could divide up- aud superintend it elficieritly-.i'' SPECTATOR. MEETING TO ORGANIZE ASSOCIATED CHARJTIES -WW Has proved so successful in other, cities, is that, the average -bus- iness man has-not -the :time to in- vestigate the merits, of he appeals J5e Held Early Next to Wm> but an association, to i he Purpose of the Organ- i which he can refer Ization fcau mate investigation.through its A- body to' be Known" as the Asso-j agent, and apply funds'! in a syste- ciated Charities and Children's' Aid imatic way and prevent ,to amalgamate the various relief "and charitable organiztions in the city and impositions are so liable made when aims and assistance are given pro- to look.after all the charity .needs of nnscously. -city is; about to he formed. It has been taken in hand in an mformal way 'by -Supt. Ohadwick, of Edmon- ton, superintendent of Delinquent and .Neglected Children, and the ...clergy- men of the city. at present in the return" early next Mr. Chadwick is -but 'upon nis month, a meeting will be called, for purpose 'of getting the proposed body way. at which all reliel and kindred bodies will be' asked to send- representatives. The idea behind the movement. Your complexion as well as your liv- er is rendered miserable by a dJs'order- ed liver. By taking Chamberlain's Stomach ami i.iver Tablets you cau improve Dot to. Sold all dnigjisls.' TRAINMEN 'KILLED IN A WRECK. Denver, Colo., Sept. passenger train No. the Rock Is- land road due in Denver at 8.25 Uiis morning from Kansas" .City, ran into a washout, about 3 tliis morning, near Clayton, Kan., and was wrecked. trainmen are known 10 be dead, passengers were killed and a number of others -injured.- "J. p..Armstrong, Luck- now, is ..being tried for responnibilily iq with the death of Miss .be different medicine from the one she ements SHARP At J; C. Lcthbridge HORSES -r-J 1 I k TLblacJc .gelding .6-: A gray Percheron; 8 ;1 .B 1 9 ..9 .9 '1 1 sorreL mare grey g g- gelding 1 1 bay 1 -grey mare 1 gfey >-gelding grey gelding mare grey -liiare grey bay- mare grey mare% J.. sorrel gel ding..> "bay gelding spjkn mLiiles red cow .10; .-9 .10 .9 1400; 4300 160Q :120Q- 1250: 1305; 1300 1200 1300 -1850 1300 140Q- 13QO: 1400 1500 1250 e IMPLEMENTS k wagons, nearly complete with whiffle and neck yoke, 2 1-5 inch Bonanza truck wagon, 3 wagon, 3 inch tire. wagon, 21-2 inch tire. trees, neck yoke, r ,i 7 complete.. 5 Basket waon racks. J 1 McGorniack stacker. Deering binders, tongue and trucks. Deering mowers.- -f ot Peering hay rake -top buggy, complete :eighteen-inch plow. double team harness. 1 set double light harness! Everything will be sold without reserve, as the 1 is giving up farming. Temi ifrictly ctsh A. SMITH, Auctioneer ;