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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta P4QE ,TW]gLy^ MONTREAL PASTOR I^ENIlSS HE MARRIED AN INTOXICATED MAN lte B. . vided For Imprison- . ing Birds > . �RIVERSIDE, N. B., Nor. 30.-(CMa-iiik Press.)-Three hens baye started a Jve^p of trouble in Albert county. Jnst now the trio are the centre ot a ; legal action in which Chester Peck �. and Elmer FuUerton are the leading  characters. There is "Minnie," one of the biddies and another hen described in court fvs the bird with the twisted tail. The third is a lame chick.; ' The three bid fair to become as fam- �  ons in New Brunswick courts as the , "Ram. Dan" and the "Calf with m , consh" did In other days in another '�� province. . i Thie biddies 'persisted in roamlne; the district in which they resided, with I complete disregard for the privileges ot others. Thoy vanished for a time i until they were seen in. the Peck' flock. A warrant was issued against Peck and the court decided the chickens should he returned to their original domicile. Then Peck took action for; malicious prosecution, and there is a | great array pt the best legal talent of the province arguing the pros and cons of the hen case. Albert county liens have even had ; an innings in the New Brunswick leg-' islature. A few,years ago because of  complaints against a wandering fowl, the Icgi.'jlature decided to draw up a ! bill thitejiteriing a formidable list ot pjiius and penalties if anyone permitted h's hens to go sight-seeing in 'other peoples back yards. Whet^ the measure was introduced j it was discovered that through a cleri-' cal error, the offending hens were li-' able to six months lit the common jail.: The premier withdrew the bill. ! NEWSPAPERMEN ON IRISH ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE PROTECTED lion it'beliD� feli la 3ll�i;iieauty whlclyiiiS filled w�* aiiadla work and culinary products, all fof which met iirlth rea^y sale at good prices. The ,faithful ladies realised more thah fdjiir liundred dollars �r . -....... , ., tAVOR SITUATION �AB'^ sltu^Ura |g the.,|l��iMi ^1^^*^^' li^iiii hi^ also Maf 'ed. A. r r Giv^ Furnitures the /f every jdcacription -- from a cute little clover leaT table to a massive libran^ table. There's the ever-popular Windsor -chair, the stately h�Jl chair, the ga^ stm-room chair. There are couches and so&s and davenports of every shape and shjle. There arc, fern stands, umbrella stands, benches, pedestals, stools, consoles, fire screens, magazine racks, floor lamps in endless variebgf. Permanent Remembrances All these gifts are lasting gifts. They are permanent remembrances that will carry the message of- your thoughtfulness and kindness through the tjears to come. A gift of furniture is a gift of happiness, because a suite or a piece of beaulifiil furniture helpa to make a better �imished home and-"Better Furnished Homes Mean Greater Happiness".. NOTE- This announcement is inserted by THE HOME FURNISHINGS BUREAU Bank of Hamilton Buitdinsr Toronto, Canada �The Home Furnishings Bureau does not sell liimilure or goods of any kind. Its object ia to promote a greater interest in the furnishings of Cemadian homes. Your local dealer will be pleased to give you any intormation you desire about suilable furniture for your home and to show you suites and individual pieces that will make appropriate Christmas gifts. 'Better Furnished Homes Mean (greater Happiness 38 ;