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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1920 THE tBTHBHIPQg DAILY HESALU PAGE THIRTEEN MAYORHARDIEADYOCATESPURELY Adams, alderman, Mayoi 0. M> A. rown. Medicine Hat] Ernest Uumi, efarr-treaBurer, BeYerly; George 't H. Simpson, city assessor ..Medi- cine Hat; A. J. H. Donaboe, president Alberta Aisoclffloa of .Muni- Districts, fraternal delegate. Alberta Unicm of Mimici] f tion in "r': en in Municipal porUnt___ i elation of Tlie annual convention of the Ucioli ot Alberjta JJunlclpalltjes opened ttiis moriilofr'-ai' ia ine Masonlc'hali tha prpsddentr.Mayor II. C. Marshal, of Calgary, occupying tlie The attondance at the open- lug session was light but It Is ident of the" spoke the pleasure of the. convention lu visiting the city ot Le'.hhrldge aud thaiiked llardle for his vor cordial He: said the leac era la I-elhbrldga inuhlclpa! life ha perhaps taken ivoto.Interest in the a fairs of the Union than thoso ot an tUK fiCBBlUU uut ed that all subsequent meeting's other city in the. province. Referrln be larsolf. attended as many ot tho i to the suggestion.that a western or delegates will arrive oii the noon and i gaulzatlon effected la deal wit delegates amount of prclimln- aW ol this morning, jaj'.il Intimations were giveu of during the deiibef- the conyentlori" of Boise pbrpuit" resolutions. .The resolution's i corStelltee, -vfilch Is composed of the following gentlemen, Dr. Chrystal; Carsfatrs, Cal- gary, Commissioner IJJth- brldge. Aid. Shepherd, Edmonton, Assessor Simpson, Medlcliie Hat; western he. .that h was prepared la support eny sue more. It tlittoly h thought. i prtsident. -MaySr: Marshall, of the late of municipal a Ihe HOn. Mr. ilacKay, ttHd of his out of the pub- lic life of the provluce.: He referred also la ihe dealh of Jphn refrie.'wlio had also been a long and faithful serv- Political Refugee is in II ol lane to Separate Islanders TUB HAGUE, Oct. MatU Holland, which refused to surrender the fornler Germau Kmpefcr to th ol the niodel farms and -.rentals 'ol much value. The lale Euip.eror Krancis Joseph, who died In' 1U1G, bequeathed 000 crowns from his private fortune to a fund for wounded soldiers. Invalids and relatives of .me.u killed In tho war. To two daughters and ouo grand- daughter M.OOO.OOC crowns the remaining crown of his; es'tate to be divided Fire Destroys Brandon Winter Fair Bldg. "MoTic" Magnates Indulge in Sky-High Slakes Aboard Liner Passengers on tba Aq- ulisniK arriving in London are'telHng of a sensational card game played In the smoking room on the last day ol j the voyage, XI. Winlk and. Freemau I Eemsfefn, both well known In the [iheatj-lca! and movie world of Ns" j York, plajed faro. Wlnik at one lime [wcs nearly lifty thousand dollars be- IlifHd, but toward the end of the ''sloti. which lulled only a few boarV, hi: Inck changed and he pnlied out only a ferf 'IhoUsadd dollars In tile Sole. Scene'at the-Brandon Winter Fulr site where Are building, bunit tvo sco-c ou po'ice h-n-ee to doil loss of aud v tic old the During I he height of the gsrfle ex WSI Ih'.eSse and often a thou saud dollars .changed hands on (iirn of one f tho Union. The legislative committee reported .hat ac lion had been secured on some ot the resolutions passed at the last session of tho convention. Favorable action had been taken by Jhe provin- cial government'on the resolullons.re- sting to the development of hydro- electric power In Ihe province, the Itouslng- problem, and tho amendment lo iho Town's1 Act respecting ihe'dls- officials, without .an tnveitlgiitlo'h; Tlie resolution asking fpr; Increased.' government. aid ito schools had been complied with only in com'MIUee1 had no report'to make on tho resolution re- lating for pities. Dr. 'of Carataifa, Ihought that tho, leglolntlve commlUeo, should pfoparo: their more thoroughly before appearing before the govern- ment on municipal matters. More ac- llvity was necessary on the pnrt at this committee, he said, as it was a highly Impoffant committee. The delegates who had reglafered up to noon today were: J. D.' Saunders, sccrelary-trensuror, Camrose; Chas. Carnegie, secretary- treaanrer, liasMnn-. B. nobcrts, secre- tary-trcaaurer, Stettieri F. H. Tucker, Bccrofary-lreasureri Caslor; J. H. liemb, deputy minister ot municipal af- H. X.-Chrystal; M.p., alrfermah, CfarsUlrs; A. J. Samis, commissioner, U I'qllon, secrotary-treas- Halklrk; Richard Wallace, as- sessor and collector, Calgary; Mrs. ofHcfal stenographer; H. Z. Jeitup, alderman, Nahlon; Wm. Rob- ertson, secretary-treasurer, Nanton; If.: W. .commissioner, hrlSge; M. Freeman, commissioner, Lellihrldgej Jlayor Hardle, Leth- bridge; 0. D. Flunkelt, secretary- treasurer, I'lhcher Creek; L. L, Pack, maypr, Raymond; S. t'nrnnam Kim- ball, Becrelary-treasurer, Raymond; 0. H. Webster, alderman, Calgary; S. ATLANTIC CITY, N. plan to have perfect human beings registered, and pedigreed, the same 33 high class "thoroughbreds -of the lower, was ad- vocated here recently at the ahnuil convention 'of the Inter- Alliance of Medicine and two other affllfated bodies. ;Dr. Charles'E. chair- rnan-of the convention, stated that a man 'or a woman, they have artd''the'lworid's Inter- V est at heartf.would prefer to select a life mate In whs-" they come-deiree of assurahc'e' ''Is at perfect as a pet which they would not buy.' unites the dbg had a pedigree of come kind. VETERAN' OF WAR OF 1870 Louis Caillefer, whose home is at Altamont, Jinn., Is a veteran of the Fronco-Pnissian war, and still car- ries lUe mark of a German bullet In his He wag eager to enlist for tho recent War.hut was loo old, hut ho says ho was represented by his son. Aches And Pains- Sloan's Gets 'Em! Famous Patn and Ache Liniment Kept Handy, Brings Warming, Gratifying Relief RHEUMATIC twinges case up soon. 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Simmons'Fcjt Mattresses are the rr> Suit of twenty-five years' study of equip- ment for sound, natural sleep. Made of pure, new cotton in clean, sun-lit factories. Used in thousands of fastidious Canadian 5''r And Simmons Pillows, which rest ths lieadWd neck exactly as they need to resteor If you have any trouble in sleeping your sleeping equip- mtnt is at fault. Wooden beds are apt to creak.? Ordl- Simrnohs Limited is speciaiizin; nary metal beds often rattle One sleeper does not disturb :the enough to set your sleeping ner'Ves'qn edge. Or perhaps your or your muscles of relaxed. '-Cf It may b'e your mattress "is .ifmpy cr- unchen, or your pillow does not..conforrn to your head and neck. 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