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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta lUKSUAY, APHU, rers on the Dolly Yarden railway and t up. .of five dollars without board as at p're'sent" not known what de- mands the miners will make. Work at Alice Arm has been tied RUHR COMMANDER QUITS lUllIS, April eral.von of Ger- man government troops in-tho Ruhr district during .the' recent Communist disorders there, has resigned and his has been ac- cording to advices 'from Berliit. country alike provided their quota and the llacaiilay mljh have been, used to advantage in des criblng the scene; as the crowd swanri- through the lobby and corridbre p. city market. Jn th e rear stood a. group of crop "Bilua- 'oVer- R.C. Church building and the work of repainting" -bea.itiUf.ying Ui a interior vis in prbgresii. Geo.' itt Is busy with rarious other improve- raents in the building -line, and the general appearance of the church will be greatly improved. Mr. and Mrs. Jai. Pin- are rejoicing over tho birth of ij-a son on Tuesday last... Wonder.if he't a good hand 6n Strawberry stort- 1 calce. flowed into the street'unmindful- of the 'Hough street swamp, where .the Bfx-h'orso-wagon struggles with a tnro- horse ]pad, and the sound of Vie groaning motors as they refuse either liigtf.or liw.'makelh tie day hideous. High'abare the reson- ant Voice" Bill" Porteous, (Ills bulky form .crowned'by a Stetson-tot tie tyipe; and jest to magnetize the last pent from the pockets jit the Dogtown ininojr.s, .Bidding-vis', spirited, and soar ere long, virile come of who came looking .for BnajJs went away disappointed. -Over sixty bidders entered the lists oi W G. the the il.VXl waV realized, a vory satis fa c tory record, as the sale waa in sni_al lots. Alter-the sale tho upper portion Ot Hough'" 'street began to fill with .rigs qt all dray Ki tho Jn'nsuhnrsA and? the ..v to the fne-hors iiuggy with its load. Late Jett returned TjiursdaT from'' a.-business trip and >va stoppinfe off at Red In thd eve'n'ing the clirk was still Susj Weor, where he baa important sheep totalling figures, 'but the Interests. turns are -helieved to be around .t] The Bank of Hamilton building and Amount stated, lot has beau purchased by T.-A. Sun- dal, for the sum of Mr.'Snn- dal intends to establish offices on tho ground floor, for his real estate, and other business. On Thursday evening a remarkable display of fireworks took place on tho ot the lighting system la-the south -part of the town, causid by trouble dereloplng on a Main street polo. Candles were the rose for a the strett.lights.have, Wen'more" or Ies3; restricted eycr sliice, '''Sparks flew in all 'arid (ho' crowd had' to be Trwned oft for tear or more trouble, f 'The smoke ot the steam tractor is sgftln to 'bo seen on thp_ horizon, 'and Ilia rattle ot tho steel mule, the "put- put" of tho gas. tractor, and the swish of the gang plow are to ie heard again in the lantl.. the farmer gathers on the street .Coiner or In the livery bam, to swap-a few stories or discuss tho pricejbt liay. The growing absence of ths farmer- from the atrMis CJtcept on special oc- casions Is Blguiflcant, ae tho flight of tho wildgfceaor Ho is 'getting od tho land, and as a consequence ho is generally in'a luirry when you meet him. SCTIO few of him, by tho way, via motor, and hay been getting into tho big hole. street whcro Uio big Impcriaf Oil truck with "Bill' In com- V mend, was recently excavating. There's a 'ole" on Main street than in any other part of-town, ond aomctlracs "Lizile" puts her! foot In' it, with disastrous results to the fair famo o" many an auto manufacturer. Tho Library committee on receipt of the first shipment of books from the University Kilenslon DepW ap- pointed Mr. Geo. Bedell as librarian. iMr. iicdell has. been lately doing a liltlo scouting in the interests of a larger library. Tho. olil Knox a.S. library was, a few years ago, -placed in nn obscure corner of the Town Hall, when a now library was installed. A few readable looks the librarian obtained a .donation of lumber, eta., and has constructed a fcuch larger bookcase, to hold all the fcooks from -both lots, and others which .ho hopes to obtain. Tho Times has donated a number ot. printed cards which will be placed about town, asking for donations ot books or email sums of money, Oco. lias visions of a library which will extend tho whole dlBlanco1 ot the walls of tho town clerk's outer office, and there is no D. J. who has been spent ing tha In New York and cos ern cities, returned OK Saturday, ac companied'by Mrs. McMillan. N. A. Mcbeod, formerly day ope ator at the station, spent Sunday vis! Ing friends in town. A patient ot the Taber hospital, b the name of Comerod, suffering with Bright's disease, was removed on Sat- urday, and returned to his home at motor.-truck was re- quisitioned as ambulance, and the sick jrran.1 the .easthound ,on a Dr. nose superintending the necessary arrangements. The, Hulahula hold a success- ful da'nco .on: Wednesday which there was a if air attendance. More would very tlkelyt have turned oirt, but for'ihe untoward attitude', of the weather'trion.. Tho Jtold their next Sunday eveQi.rig concert on May Snd, and don't forget io gej your seal in time. P. Rlpllnger has deparled.fromjhls winter baunfs in his farm, Vfhofe king of a'caravan con slating oi two bulls and sixteen horses An A.P. elevator gang is busy with an extension to the office nnd englhe room and other Improvements- In 6oa! neclltoi' with Knox nrotherhood held their usua afternoon nieoling on Sunday in and wound up by predicting Us final triumph, while, pointing out tba thd an organization was tlamed tor what the indlv dual waa retponnlble for. The discw slon which ensued on Uie meeting h Ing thrown open, proved to be ui liveliest.which has yet taken plac in any of the meetings yet, and cove ed the ground pretty ranging from a plea for tho applic tton of practical Christianity, t Councillor McHoberts Io a thorou'g airing ot the question of tho veteran bonus .and pensions, by 0, N; Joh stone, of the BanV of Hamilton. Bora of the speakors interred to the dl ,good reason, it Iho citizens would look alons In tho Church, but Ihis lino over their stock o? roadables why this dKcuESlod gilt o! orde It is made of Simmons Seamless Squire and Rectangular Tubing throughout. Easy running casters. Your choice of Double Width and Twin especially pleasing in Twin Pairs. Has the. Simmons Patented Pressed Sttel Noiseless Corner Locks. Enameled in Ivory, the Decorative Colors, and Mahogany, Oak and Circassian Walnut effects. C I Mirf, IBB Give Enthusiastic BeaUty Patterns m Simmons Beds Now in the First Metal Beds Ever Designed in Harmony with, Interior Decoration Today. Old-established House of Simmons Limited, Strengthens its Commanding Position as Leading Producers of Metal Beds TO Syornan who sees these beautiful beds will wonder at the way they are being received. Every day'goes, further to-confirm the .initiative 'of'Sirrifnoris Limited in'firoduc- ing metal bed designs based on the, sound principles ;otilihe, form and such as the illustrated above. This Simrh6ns idea of putting'real de- sign into metal; beds is-just'the latest ex- ample 'of initiative; that has expanded Simmon's 'Liniit'ed from one small plant twenty-five years ago to one of the great Ganadian'industrics'today. It wasi Simmons Limited that first thought of sleep in relation to metal beds. That 'lid to the Simmons Patented Pressed Steel Corner lock that holds' tHe bed .together firm, like one piece of lock that prevents squeak and rattle and makes thebcd noise- less, inviting relaxation and deept repose. They, have consistently advocated the Twin fted principle. They have invented Springs, too, that yield evenly to the contours of the body and elastic. For Waldorf Box of finest oil-tempered double'' spirals, mounted on a frame of ?fasqned hard- wood and upholstered with heavy layers of white cotton felt. Covered with at- tractive ticking. Finished ,wkli roll edge. A spring that realty does give freely to all the contours of the body, yet supports the spine in any sleeping Now this latest de- sign in metal also the invention-of :t truly seamless tubing. You know how it is with the old-fash- ioned metal beds. always has a seam running the full length of the tube. It is likely to be not take the enamel nicely. When you'see these new Simmons Beds, notice especially the exquisite finish, free from seam- and and how beautifully it takes the enamel. YOU will find them in the leading.stores with them some very charm- ing Brass Beds and Children's built for sleep, by Simmons Limited, Prices of Simmons B, eds are little, if any, higher than those'of ordinary beds. If you nave any trouble finding them we shall be glad to send you the names of Simmons merchants near your home. Sltcp is a tig iittjtcl. mitt m for tic tookitl, "What Lradmz Medienl Journals and Health Maga-MnSay Ahut'Scpsrtlt titdi and Souml Slief." Fnt oj (tiarge. SIMMONS LIMITED MONTREAL TORONTO WINNIPEG CALGARY VANCOUVER ;