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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DEcSeMBER 1, J020 , if. iOMAN TRAINS COB WEB SPIDER luik^ilGil FRbkUNbER SdEMllSTS T ; ^^MPii'Ctf H, -till HiH. ^#^du- daitiiriciin..JMra. Elizabeth, N|�r-^ r|tftt'(li*ff�t, of Whfiftdn; flone of v^flf fpyrf �jiudenta In tha eountry, httweyar, aat heraelf to It and thia la what aha writaa of -her exper-Ifihce: i ' VByfar the moat common apld-ar ih thIa eduntry ; la the one kho^n ' aa the 'black-and-brawn apabkled flarden aplder.' Agelena nfoyla," aald Mra,! Msffatt. "The ^ipe^lea althoush called the garden aplder,la often fouhd In our heuaea wHare It builda a flat aheet web In fame corner, alwaya having a fun-jfaj at the rear, into which the ripld4r can aacape when xfiaturbed. tM b^dy la from: one-half to ^fplNlHartera ef^lmlBCh In length. ^:^^t!jtm^meeti' i^Mbfinia little ^;i>p^:v"-r-�-'i-.S f A^tuliy � givwri !ipeojy�n waa v4aptbred anlT' into .0 wide-rii^iitimnialf oiinfe biMffe. ThIa WaaJMirld on Ita ildo/on ihe llb-rj^iy': liable. Evei^ di/iihe waa lift^n a atnall dr�pv�f �ater and > pM :>oe..a^varai ^ liou�eflies. The ftlef, were fed tpi her by placing 0We Iha bottii�Nn1lar to that In tti'thiTapidet^ 'viria. oaged, plac-� card aver ttUi^;rhbuth of the tlWtlfatcoMtainta the fly, with-drawihg the cork from the spid-er'a bottle, placing the two bottles n)9Uth to mouth, imd,then removing,the eandii '^^Xt once the apideir would rush into the aecond bottle, seize the fly. and retlirn with It to her own bottle. She soon learned to run tq the mouth of her bottle whenever i approached her with water or a fly. ""After II few days the cork waa taken out of her bottle so that she could come and go' at will. She would wander about the .table crawling over and around books and papers biit always retreating to her )>ottle when frightened. She had biillt i^amaH'web in it, WKha crude retMat. at the farther end '>hd had MlOpted it as her "She learned so rapidly to come for food and water that I ,am led to wonder whether Fabre's contention that every act that a aplder perferma la 'impelled by an instinct that haa come down to It through untold generations,' is not subject to some modiflcatlon." �,ffll)PERfY F. P. GUTELIUS Vice-president and general manager of the Delaware ?nd Hudson Railway, who Is in Toronto to act in an advisory capacity to the Royal commission Investigating the Hydro-Radial pltt'.atlon In Ontario. Cuts, Burns Hanlln's Wizard Oil a 8�f� Vlrat Aid Treatmant v ^ow often lockjaw, blood poisoning, the loss of an arm or leg, ;o.r sometimes, even life itself, re-eiilts from the neglect of a burn or ; Kttle cut! Hamlin's Wij?ard Oil is a safe and effective first aid treatment. It is a powerful antiseptic and promptly applied to wounds of this kind will lessen the danger of blood poisoning. Keep it handy. Wlmrd oil la a gooA dependable preparation to hare In the medicine Ofaeit for flrat aid wbon the doctor may be fur awar. It Is BOOthins: and heallne and qnlckly drives out pain and InRamma-tlon in nam of epraina, bruless, cute, burns, bites and stints. Just as reliable . too for still neck, ears feet, cold -Mrei^ canker sores, earache and tootbacHc. GflMreusslse bottle lie It you are troublea with eonstipaUoa tfr slok headkcbe try Hamlin's WlaarA liivet Wbfpa. Just pleasant little pink irlll* at drucslsts for SOc. Guaranteed. With J.. W. Hinadd'& Sdn. On� hAti is Btillbandfaged,! but will soon'be all 'right.  ., �� �..... R. Morrow la away in Lethbrldge on a business trip.. page �iii'T'iiiifr'  A Vapor Treatmant fopBfuilM and Oald* The timo for VaporCresoIenoSs *t the first indication of a cold or sor�lbn>at..Tlt is simple to use, you just lieht tli� jjjittlo lamp that vaporizes the Croaolenis smd'pUeb it Dearth* bed. The soothintr antfaeptic -Vapor makes bi;eathinic easy, relietes the congh, eases thl r\fia\y. The-boy'a ntbtlKer staHed' across the cou.'.try Sunday night In an^effort to reach her husband before he died and the lad is ba-, llevfd to-be followind. STETTLBK^trrORS .0EVISEj�W SCHEME FOR PRESCRIPTIONS EDMONTON.-Quite the newest Idea in methods of handling the liquor prescription business of which the gov-oranient authorities here have learned comes from Stettler. Conditions wJth respect to the enforcement of the* liquor act are now said to be much improved in tbat town, and> one of the reaso48 �iveti tor the improvement is the faijtrlba^tk'^'doctors practising in the diitriotM^*^ agreed not to issue any presc]dpl Brai^hes also at Magrath, Cardston, and Taber. "Little Pal of Mine  PLAYER'S NAVY CUT CIGARETTES JJOYAV, CROWN SPECIALS KING GEORGE PATTERN SILVERWARE Heavily plato-.l on pare nickel bafie. Cnnnot be bouBlil iinywhera'clse. Tlio Tenalioons rJone retail III SC.OO per dozen. 6 Teaspoons, free for 0 400 wroppor. pcrs and 35c cash. Meat Forks, free for 250 wrai>perg or 50 \\Tai>-pcrs and 750 cash. Berry Spoon, free for 400 OTBppers or iOO wroii-pei-a and Sl.OO cash. 0 Teaspoons, 1 Sugar Shell. 1 Butter Knife, all packed in lined box, froo for SOO wrapjiors or 25 � �wrappers and $2.75 cash. ALUMINUM UTENSILS 2-Quart Tea I'ot, froo for 900 wrappera or 100 wrappers and $3.20 each. r,-P i e 0 o Combination Toolipr, Kettle, Pans and Cover, free for 1,'JOO wrappers or 200 wraji-pers and $4.00 cash. 2-Quart ColVro Pot, fret for SOO wraiipers or 100 wrappers and $-.80 casii. 13 FREE PREMIUMS pOYAL CROWN SOAP WRAPPERS solve tlie Cfiristmas present problem. These ^ wrappers arc worth money to you. Read over the list of premiums below, sea the special oners on the left, use the coupon below for onr Book of Premiums, which proves a revelation to the thrifty housewife when she see* tho list of wonderful premiums to be obtained with Royal Crown Soap Wrappers. > SPECIAL Oak Kitchen Clock, eight-day, strikes hour and half hour. Hand- Drink It-It's Apple Nectar OKLA-APPLO Bi'ewed from fresh ripe apples. PURE, SWEET, SPARKLING AND REFRESHING Sold at all fountains in the district or delivered to your home in the city. MADE BY mHBRIDGEBREWERlES.Lm WE MAKE THE HIGHEST QUALITY OF SOFT DRINKS If somely finished in oak. Guaranteed excellent timekeeper, 23 ins. high, 14 ins. wide, 6-in. dial. We pay express. Free for 1,450 wrappers or $4.25 cash. Pencil Box, hartlwood, extra good quality. Free for 30 wrappers or 15c cash. Clothes Line Keel. A necessity for every housewife. Indoors or outdoors. 75 feet long, portable. Free for SOO wrappers or 95c cash. Scranton Lace Curtains, No. 8G3-Marquisette, Iicautiful wido lace trimmine: full length, free for l.DOO wmppers or 300 wrappers and $4.S0 cash per pair. Ladies' Ivory Hair BrushiJB,'pure bristles, 600 wrappers or 200 wrappers and $1,60. Shampoo Brush, 40 wrappers w 100 MVappors and S1.20 cash. Men's Ebonido Hair Brush, 30O y/rappers or 100 wrappers and SOe cash. Military Hair Brushes, 300 wrappers or 100 wrappers and 80c cash. Sclf-Flllinc Fountain Pen-Hk. eold nib, �,00 wrappers or 100 wrappers and $1.40 cash. Ever-Sharp Shears-7-incli, 250 wrappers or 100 wrappers and 60e cash; �-inch, 200 wrapiiers or 100 wrappers and ^pc cash; 6-inch, 175 wrappera or TB wrappers and fiOc ccsh. Ever-Ready Safety Razois-Tho famotis Evcry-Eendy, full eauipmcnt, 400 . wrappers or 26 wrappers uiiil SDc casli. Every-Ready Shaving Bnuhes-200 wrapperB. Picture Frames-Walnut finished, frame 10x20, COO wrappers or 100 wrappers and $1.3E cash. (Express not paid). Three Gentlemen's Ties-Assorted desiens. CO wrappers and $1.75 ca.'ili. Picture Fr.tmes - Oval, Gilt or Walnut, 11 x 20, complete with glass and backing, 600 v.'r.-i|)perB or 100 wrappers and S1.7fi cash. Pipes-Trench Briar Pipe, Bnkcrito Moulhi)iece (with case), SOO wmpperB. FULL INSTRUCTIONS WITH EACH GAME Flinch-150 cards, 200 Peter Coddle, ,10 wrap-wrappers, pers. P i i-150 cords, 200 Authors, f.O wrappers. Owl Playing Cards, 150 wrappers. Dominoes, 100 wrapiiers. Box of Hiawatha (Non-Poisonous) Paint, 100 wrappers. Boys' Harmless Pistol, lb wrappers. KinB Fop Gun,. J15 ins. Use ihe Coujmi. Send Coupons or' write . Catalogue givinri a wonderful complete Hat of valuable premiums. IN THE MATTER OF A. C. VANDERWILT TRADING AS "THE MONARCH TRADING STORE," ASSIGNED FRANK WADDINGTON is favored with instructions from THE BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST COMPANY, AUTHORIZED TRUSTEE, to sell by public auction and without reserve the STOCK IN TRADE lof the above nam�?d ASSIGNEE. J,i THBf-EAUE TO TAKE PLACE ON THE STORf PREMISES ? ' MONARCH, ALBEiWrA ^ ON FRIDAY NET, DECllBERy a^d-ecintinumg on Saturday next, December 4^1, ;and cQ,nim#iicmg each day at 11 o'clock a.m. 'jhe stock iiletiides a complete line of wrappers Lost Heir, New Canadian Edition - 4 color cards, 75 wrappers. Nation - 63 cards, 75 wrappers. Tiddlcy WinliS-flips for 4 players, 75 wrappers. Snap, 50 wrapiwrs. Old Maid, 50 wrappers. 1 o n L'; shoots cnrlt on strinK, 150 wrapiiprs. Toy Tin Tea Sot. 100 ^.Tanperp. Lnrjtc Tin Tea Set. 175 wrappers. Wonderful Top. tho Ncver-stop Top for children; briirhtly painted spring ipinniuK tool. 75 wrappers .. �� Royal Crown Soaps, Ltd., CalKary, Alia. Enclosed are___ The Royal Crown Soaps Ltd. Premium Department Calgarj', Alta. coupons :.nd ........_____ cash, fo.- which plcaEc send mo premium No......... or send me Cat.nio^p............. Name.............................................. Address................................................... AND A CONSIDERABLE STOCVC OF HARDWARE, PAINTS, ETC. Also a small stock of DRY GOODS and OVERALLS, BOOTS and SHOES, MITTS, RUBBERS, and a small line of DRUGS and SUNDRIES. . FARMERS and the public generally of the district will find In :thls auction sale an excellent chance to defeat the H. C. of L. a(id should t�ke the ojaportuhity thus afforded them of stocking up on CROCERIES and other goods at auction prices.' >tt'Will, pay yiou to travel miles to attend this important sale as B�e BARGAINS will be the order of the day. ; AUCtlQNEE.R'S NOTE-I want to see a big >ttfendahqe at this sale aS' I recommended holding the auction at. MonaY-ch in Order to -give the people of the district a chance^ to >ocure. aome bargains. Take advantage of the arrangement, by. attenfUfio in crowds. � ' <;.. . L, :: FRANK WADDINGTON TERMS OF SALE-STRICTLY CASH .PHONES-770 and 469 'J V*- ;