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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta f 'ifAW TER THE L 8.U Hartiie to Press Matter at Municipalities Gathering Here This Week Home rule In taxation matters for cities, and the formation ot a union ol western Canadian m'uuicinsll- ties will lie the outstanding matters for discussion at toe annual convec- tion of the Union o! Alberta Munici- palities which opens In Lethbrldge Tuesday sorr.ras, under Ins ehairffiin- ship of Mayor Ii. C. Marshall, o( Cal- gary, the president of Ihfi association. Mayor Hardie is the prime mover In that Alberta cities be given freedom In the matter'of de- .termlmng tbeir own laiation policies. On that topic be wili make an ad- .dress at the Wednesday morning ses- iSion of the convention. Both he and Commissioner Yorath of Saskatoon anxious'that something be done, "'also, in the formation of a western union of which' would .Include municipalities west from Kenora .The convention will open "at -Tuesday morning, when a meeting of tie executive will be held. At there-will be Informal reception and Introductions, .with presenation ot of dele gates: At ten o'clock Mayor Hardie will 'make the address of welcome, to "which Mayor Joseph Clarke, of original arrangement regarding tdis- posiUon ot the canteen profits, 'the valuation of stock in baud when the war was" concluded, and to forth. Agreement thereoa would bt> necessary before the exact amount of the pro- i fits.made i-au be deU-rniined eud a basis of division readied. What the uiuuuut ot the profits will !be can'ao> therefore as yet he-stated with any degree of accuracy. But it RUSTY IS VERY, VERY BUSY By Thornton W. Burgess I will be between one and two millions. The Question of disposal will subse- j quently Ije uSsa icto consideration by j the Doiniuion 'government. Leaving for tomorrow what you ought to do today You will find upon the morrow simply didn't pay. the-Fox Squirrel. a It always is a joy to fool one who is Iryiog to "Rusty the Kox Squirrel, newcomer to the Greeu For- est, had known all the time just what Chatterer the Red Squirrel was trying to do. He knsw that" Chatterer was 1 selfish. He knew that Chatterer was: afraid to try (o drive him away by j fighting and was trylas to dD it by scaring: him by blur of nil the enemies who lived in the Greeo For- The idea rather tickled him, 60 hej pretended to be scared, He pretended 1 that he thought that no place for him and, that he was going away as fast as his legs could carry him. So he bade Chatterer goodbye aad start- ed off as 'v ho intended to keep on going on until he was far from that part of the Green Forest. But Rusty ran only enough to be sure that he was out of Chatter- er's sight. .Then he slopped. First he made sure that Chatterer wasn't fol- lowing him. Then very cautiously he stole back where from behind a cer- tain tree he could watch Chatterer. Ho he aril Chatterer laughing and snickering to himself and. he knew Oiat it was because he thought himself so smart. Rusty did a little laughing rnontdn will respond on behalf of the delegates ...Mayor Marshall will then deliver his'presidential address.. Greetings' will. be extended from the Alberta association of Municipal uistricts, by' president, A. J. H. Dorahoe, of and from the T of municipalities t1 gone he muttered. The red-coaled little rascal thinks he has himself, but he' took great it should- be laughter. last Chatterer raced off through j Important Maiiers He In tho afternoon the convention wili be held iu Wesley hall, wheu tbe president, A. J. McGowan, ot Macleod, will deliver his address. There will be a paper read on "The teacher In the School by W. H. Aleiau- -Jer, M.A., Ph.D., professor of classics, University of Alberta, and on "School fairs" by J. C. Hooper, M.A., principal NOT REAL BONDS, JU3T PHOTOS HAMILTON, Nov. Under., the Impression ha .had discovered under; the museum. bonds worth representing payments by the United States to Britain, for certain any degree of accuracy. But it i o F us estimated that the't'auadian shave Lin %n E.hf i School, .Clares- Iwill.tiB'K.i....... _...i ...mi.... In evening there will be a Alabama cUlna, "Scotijr" has Mot nomeroua iiiiiiimni to tho White House at WaahiBftcn In tha past two days. A: United SUtea gov- ernment offlcUt. from Buffalo txamla- ed the "bonds" and found that tiay. were only cussed at Annual Conven- tion Here He heard Chatterer laughing aud snickering to himself At last, another nut on the ground. He had found all that had fallen. It was just about then that Kusty beard Chatterer snickering not far away. At once.Ilusty scampered off and hid where he could see all that might happen. Chatterer the Red .Squirrel was in j high spirits. He" had found that no the treetops fitill snickering. Rusty'one else had seen Rusty the Fox The morning session of the annual convent Ion of the South Alberta Association will open in the Thursday at 9 a in with the registration of teachers aud general discussion ot school subjects the evening there will be a banquet and address under the aus- pices of tho Alberta teachers' Al- liance, There will bo an evening ses- sion at'Wesley Church, -with an ad- dress Circles" by Mr. Alexander. The session will continue on Fridaj at Wesley hall with" a paper bv 0 Fred-McN'ally, H.A., provincial super visor of education, Edmonton, on "The Rural School Curriculum." 'A discus- sion will follow led by J. H. Hulchin- son, B. A., Inspector oTSchcols, Mat- leod.- In the afternoon there will bo a paper on "Social Leadership in the 5 by.AV'j'.'Law, B. A of the Coaldale Consolidated 'School, fol- lowed by the election-of officers and other business. In ihe -'eventae at S.30 there Vlll be an "At Home" ,in the, auditorium of the Central school. Unknown burglars operating in an automobile, stole COO pounds of bulter from the Shamrock Creamery, Cen- tralla. a word of _ little the. eiil effect, of a'ooM. a cold fastens its clutches on you, it setau as if you can't ihiko it off. Muy Terr Krious illneuei.often have their beginnug in a mid vlka. could be gotten rid of promf tlr if Ika propel remedy be in time. ixatt quicLlv and rapidly. Don't uke first sneeze or cotigh, or chilly feeling, start right in to take DOMINION C.B.Q. be. -Cut it. nt A rf tabfeu bceak mf cdt mi qnttm it Takra ____, DOMINION yi. froa WriBg -Tw item ntiiaf th lo; lew weigkt IMTB to chuckle then. "He thinks iddress Sir Yorath! Following these will come the report of thefexecutivp committee, the report .of the- legislative committee, the re- port of and the of the resolutions coui- imlttees for the-chiea section, towns section and villages se.ction. Oitv of Sle'dicine will andr.ess onvRfotal tax assessment jrhich- there will be a .discussion and presentkUon :of resolullonfi. The afternoon -session' fue'saay will be" opened, by H. W." Meecli, 'piiblib commissioner- o' ftwo o'clock, 'with nn at.. factors in the origin, life and growth (ot towns and cities and their 'e'fiects on values, to be. followed by .discussion and resoultlons. At four o'clock a drive about the city has been planned for -the dele- gates, but this will likely be cancelled owing to the weather! .A'f 'seyeii' the _banquet to, the delegates of Lethbridge taiejplace. i Wednesday Sessigii Wednesday morning seision will 1 tie taken up -with conferences of the 'At sec'retary- Ireasurers' Eectipn, which wil! inclnd's a conference ,bf "niuninipal secretaries, jind inspectors, of the municipal the provincial government an ad- dress on municipal accounting will bs heard from. R. J. Patterson, J-etlbridge city auditor. Thjs sectioa will meet from 3 to 11. The mayors and alder- 'men's session will meet from 1C till 12 aud will hear addresses on .city home rule by Mayor Hardie. with frightened me on. and he did it just because he wants all" these fine fat hickory nuts himself. The selfish lit- tlo scamp knows-that he can't pos- and get a nut or two for sibly eat all of them himself, and he thought he. knows ;that I have just as much right So he scampered over to'the big to .them as he has. I think I'll give j hickory tree and began to look among h'im a little surprise.' That's what I'll j the dry leaves on the ground beneath I it for some fat hickory nuts. He hunt- hurried over to the big hickory j eel here, he hunted there, he hunted went lo work beneath it. All all about. Not a nut did he find. Such that he was very, very I a funny look of surprise as crept over busy, .pcly a few of those fat hickory hia face! Then for the" first time he R'H fallen us ami thoco noticed how the dry leaves had been Squirrel and be enjoyed being the first to tell the news. He had bragged about how he had frightened Rusty away. Now he was on his way home, for it was late in the afternoon. 'I'll run over to my big hickory tree 'd fallen as yet, and these wen among the dry by one "he found eyes and keen nose." When he" found one, he didn't it.--N-o, indeed. He car- and hid it. Then back he-hSrried forianother. Bulled over and he knew that some one .had been Ihere before him. Right away Chatterer flew into- a rage. Copyright 1920, by T. W. Burgess, (The nest story: "Chatterer Blames Ihe Wrong discussion; led by Aid. S. H. of Calgary, on Good Roads as an unde- veloped 'W.. tfividsdn, president of ihe Crjgary Good Roads association, and. an address A. J. minister of public There Vill also be J. Dujgan of the works of. Alberta.- an address by J. Edmonton" school hoard on- -'Some fu ther reflections on scho'ol matters." HeEolutloris will also bs considered. The Wednesday afternoon session wlir be opened at two with ad- dress by. Hon. C. R. Mitchell, minister of municipal affairs. This will be followed by an ad- dress by.Comrnissioncr Samis, of Cal- on the treatment of 7acant land [akea cities, and mnnicipalities. J. H. of munici- pal affairs, will speak on Municipal Affairs .an'd.Tai. Equalization. The '61 .the; resolutions com- mittee will after which the election of.-ofllcera iriH: take, place and the place ot convention for 1921 flied. Ip addition to the matters .outlined in the program, other'lrnpoftant- mat- tera concerning municipal govern- ment will be brought up. Mayor Mar- shall- of Calgary, Mayor Hiirdie anil others, ore determined upon steps to- Vfards securing !a larger proportion of police court fines from the provincial government. Mayor Hardie, as well as some other municipal authorities feel also that the elites should have, a right to tai aulos, and this will be also a subject of lively discussion al the'convontion... A large attendance of delegates is anticipated, and the convention Is ex- peeled- to be a lively one throughout. PILES Are Generally Caused By CONSTIPATION There are few, .If'any, complalnu niore common than hemorrhoids, or piles, ax they'are commonly called, and scarcely any which cause more annoyance and Ninety per cent, are troubled with them at one time or other, owing lo allowing tho bowels lo become in a constipated condition. Pllei are classed under three head- rga 1 c Itching, blee'dInB and .prolucl- !tit', and the excruciating pains which Rccftmpany them cause misery which la-pejond description, Ointments and suppositories may nelp and relievo tor a while, but to set rid of them, it in necessary to a free, easy anil natural molfon of the bowols, at least once or twice a ay, and by doing this the cans" Will be quickly removed, JHlburnVLaxa-Llvcr fills regulate the flow of bile to act properly on [ho liver and bowels, thus removing the constipation and all its Iroubles They contain no calomel or drastlfi mineral Ingredients, being purely vcg- etable They nro small end easy lo take, and do not gripe, weaken >leken. Mllbura'a Piils are 26c, vial al all druggists or The T. Ml, Adrt, Toronto, if LEASE OH- City Gives Right (o Gco. Ham ilton To Mine Near River of the city council at the. regular meeting held on Monday. A lease of throe years was granled J. F. Hamil- ton, oil that portion 01 ibo property In the Ihe- river bottom, for coM mining purposes subject to the public Interest-'and that of the Fed- eral Coals, whose lease covers a por- tion ot the property. The. transfer of Ihe Alexandra holel pool room' license from and Bas- son. tp HurtEon and McKinnon was In regard to tho charge of made by Ihe, city auditor for auditing the schooymard poll tax. Ibis was order- ed to be paid and charged lo the city .Inanco, tho amount to bo ilobilcd in Dispute Between Canadian ant Imperial. Authorities is Unsettled, OTTAWA, Nov. 8. "Questions which have arisen between tlic !nr, pcrial and Canadian anlhorities over distribution ot canteens profits wil probably be referred to an arbitration board. Owing to a'riurober of points ot difference having points concerning the nature of the William Duncan States Thai He Wishes People in Old Country Knew About It If I had come all the way from Scotland merely lo find Tanlac U would have been worth while for that medicine has restored my health and made a brand new man of me declared William blacksmith clarerf William Duncan, blacksmith, Winnipeg. Man. "When. I. arrived in this country abnnl four months ago I was a sick man unable to work and hardly able lo drag arouml. "Bo my health began to fail. My stomach licca'rnn so VPD- I couldn't eat a rlnlo of poirlilge without fluttering from indigestion afterwards, anil about an hour a'ter eating my lunch at tlio shop I would i bare pains In the ritomach that jlhpy would fairly double me up. Routine work engaged the attention w03 also wisllpaleiJ, hull weak lo swing n hammer. I often Uadrto lay off from work far week, at a. time and for months be- fore I started on Tanlac I didn't