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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIXTEEN' THE L1BTH6RIDGE DAILY THURSDAY, DECEMBER RUSTY TRIES TO BITE BY THORNTON W. BURGESS bonie 61 the worst mistakes in itis juado because ot deeds which are judged simply 'as deeds without thought ot the causo behind 'them. Folks, sometimes do things because: through lack of knowledge those things j seem'to them the right things to do.! when perhaps they are wrong. Justi take-the case of Rusty the Squlr- j -rel.' 1 fWhcn llusty awoke early Ihe morn-f Ing after -Termer Brown's boy bid I9iiud him wounded by.the uunler.wlih the terrible gun, and had taken him 'home and taken care of him npil made him as comfortable as he could, ;hei couldn t at first remember where he i But when lie tried to more he j remembered his terrible tright and hurt ot belore, and ranch.ot that- fright returned as 'gradually he realized.that lie was no longer In the green forest, Jmt was in a si ran go place from which he could see no waj of escape Ho was feeling stronger, though it .still hurt cruelly, to .move. For a long time he laid still_Jlsteniug to the strange sounds, hi farmer Brown's barn, for that Is where he was, all the time becoming more and raoro fright eiied by the stranger-ess ot it all B} and b> he beard steps anproachiag, and then suddenly thew was Farmer Brown s bo> right close to him, look 'sn'te through the queer roof full of holes which >ou Knowwas the wire vo! tho in which Farmer Browas tiov bad put him Jluslys heart almost sejmed still wilfi tright Here was one of those two-legged giants like tho one who had hurt him so with the stick that flashed fire and riiade'a terrible roar.'" What was 301113 to be done to him now Doubtless it was something Jiiusi; iiot merely by a deed; Let the cause the action pleid. Boy. 'You coning alpn? Bald hr. exclaimed Firmer Brown's boy. "Oiich, you little rascal! 1 guess you are feeling bolter." He pulled oft the glove and looked at tbe finger that had bees bitten. "I'm glad I had that glora said ha.. But he didn't lose his temper becauia Rusty had bitten a bit of IL- "J don't blame "Id that because you doii't not going to hurt-you. .When you Ond that out you won't want to bite..' But until you find 11 'pet 1 guess I'll hare to lie care- ful.' Kusty shitered all over. together hard. .Then he set would at least fight for life he had a Aance He was no coward Fa'ririer Brown's boy opened a door in the cage and reached In with a hand covered -with a thick sldre. Tbe'in- siant it.was near enough Rusty tried to bite It that is what he tr'ed to do, he tried to bite the hand ot Fanner Brown's and he did drive his. sharp through that thick glove enongh to hurt a little. But he -wasn't yet strong enough to drhe his teeth way in: A daily cupful ot hot OXO gives warmth, energy, vitality and fortifies against illness, Give Strength Sentence Handed Down in Cal- gary in Cases of Garner and Nielsoii He'tlfreV a clothiover nasty's head, through' which'RuHty tried in vain to bite.'. Then he lifted, 'Rusty out, and very, .Very gently bathed his wounds arid covered them with something, that was soothing andr.toolv the smart'and ache biitT bt theta. Then as gently as possible he put Rust) hack in his bed in the cage, and left food and ftater where could reaeo them with almost no effort at all, and all the time Farm- er Brown's a oy talked (o Rusty softly and kindly. "You are coming along all said "Tho best thing for you Is to be left alone. 'You mustnlt be-eiclted. you any oftener than is necessary." .Then he closed the' door of the cage and went awav (Copvnsht, 1520, b) T. W Burgess) The neit story: "Husty Makes Up His Mind In the horse stealing charge prefer- j red against Arvid Neilson and Nelson Garner, at the last session of the criminal court held in the city, a point! ot law was raised bjvcounsel foi- ihn defence. .Mr.'Harris, as to inp onus I being'on-tho Crown to produce the man from whom it was the defence that the bill at sale was ot :alned for the Tho was that tbe horse weie not stolen' .ml purchased from a half-breed. The jury at the time returned "a .verdict of sullty against both parties, :but sen- tence was stayed on the point raised by for the'defence. The' case tame up in Calgary belore the Appellate Court and the contention i ot counsel was dismissed with.1 Gar', nor being on Tuesday sentence! by I Mr. Justice Calgary 23 months in the Lethbrldge.jall. Mr. who took up the case ot Nell sou, pleaded on his beh'alf that'h'e was only a-hired man-.oC.Garner and that the charge preferred 'against him was the outcome of the Neilson's case was .viewed by Mr. Justice he was given six weeks, tp'wdate Nov the dale ot fho conviction in Lei abridge. the Supreme Court civil docket sill! to be disposed of Mr Justice Hynd mahvsat for and then Mr. lustlefti Watsh 'able to spare a iwefi'k only about 20 oases could 'be disposed of la the weeks. Sixty'Cases on Supreme Court Docket and Onl) 20 Dis- posed or There is a great deal of: commenl among legal, men In the court; house corridors over the situation atfd the Ail Property HeM in Trust for Defendant in Suit Slates With the close of-the case for-the plaintiffs in the Hulterite: action be- fore the Supreme Court, the'. case lor the defence opened this (Thursday) morning The head of the Haley general feeling Is that new Judges I company, Christian Waldner, was in should right awa> Lethjtha witness stand, and -was taken When Mr. Justice -Walsh Lethbridge "at- the :end of the leaves weeli. bridge. Is becoming more and more im nprtant as g judicial centreV'a'nd the _ usual iwo weeks' civil sitting in the i spring and fall is not enough, to dis 'pose, the esses LpnisfFaus of South Dumfries died there will still be about 40 cases on In his Idist year Delicious in the Cup. has ho equal for quality and flavour. If you have not tried Salada.scndusapostcard lor a free sample, stating the price you now pay and i! you wse Black, Green or Mixed Tea. Sainn, Toronto COMING TO CITY THE NOTED PHRENOLOGIST Professor Alexan- der's lectures arc hoth on oiiuca- and an in- Van- couver Province. The asscmbbso listened, iaii and checreil anc cheered anc laughed again as Prof. Alexander scored point after point lo an au dleiice wbicl crowded tho thea ire. Winnipeg Tribune, Ho Is nndoulitiid 'Iy tho finest In h I s ifrofcaslon that Minneapolis has ever heard Journal A born lecturer, a raiiElfd miink: anil belter nclor than niany who iioae as Herald. The lecture glv- cn to capacity 'louse at the Hhermau Thea- tre last night hy I'rof. Alexander was one of tho most enjoyable over heard here. Star, In the Most Up-to-Date find Wanted Kinds of Present-Need Merchandise SAVINGS EXTRAORDINARY THAT, GO THE OTHER FELLOW JUST ONE BETTER AND DEMONSTRATE AGAIN THE FACT THAT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT CLARKE'S. .hrcugh the history.ot the'cblony. lie was Hop-committal as the special pow- ers delegated to each of tho Hutterlto corporations insisting that .the..trua ees held ail property for'the church. He also slated in a vaguevway that n case one of tho corporations to buy or dispose of. property'it. was necessary to consult the ofher corpora- tions. Throughout, however, he em- phasized the point that he vks. the IruBteo ot the Church that-the bishop had to be consulted. This per- sonage at the present time is Elias Waldner of Wilson's Siding. .He is the oldest of the community, arid the custom of the corarnnnity is that each bishop names his successor If ho chooses or delegates the the community. The witness Waldner deposed that there were at the present lime no Hut terite communities In Europe, neithn In rtussia nor in the Tyrol.- Tho only communities were those iu Canada anil In South Dakota, In the evidence submitted to the court for tho plaintiffs It transpired that Mrs.. David Hoferj who was Mrs. Wlpt before she married a second time, brought Into the-com-; rnunity, and that this was still held, by Christian Waldner in trust for the j community at Jlaley. Crime fo'City on Friday Father is in.institution at Uattleforti fnt, W. 0. Alexander, In -his inimitable Lectures on Human Nature will at the K. of P. Hall every night, beginning Monday, Dec. 6th. Admission: Elrst Mght Free.. Coliecllon taken at dose. Don't mfss hia great Kcture on Ixivo, Courtship, Marriage. Jealousy. Lectures to men only Hun- 4tf, AnsusJ 29, 8.1 3 p.m. and S p.m. ConsuHattons for all at I-sthbrlilgc Hotel. Xlne children arc without, the protection of a father or mother and j they are living In a rooming house at I 204 13th street south. The mother, Mrs. Once Raflng died last night in Gall hospital and the father Is In an Institution In Batlleford. Such arc Ihe facts of [he rase In brief. With nil her children, Mrs. Rating readied fathb'rlri'ga. on Kriday nlfchL Then slio h.-id double pneumonia nnd 'flu. She went to (lalt hOHpltal and Mrlh to n child on Sunday nnd now her remains are In McKay's un- dftrlal-lnr parlors, awaiting Ilr.' Lynn aKcndot! Mrs, lUdng In Ihe hospital nnd while discussing the case said ho thought the children's shelter would hare to look after tho children. L Many lumber mills located In Xcw Brunswick have ceased operation tor Ihis season and Indications are that sawing Jj tsi'Uiled noxt AD the Newest Suits in This Price Adjustment Sale All Suits now' All Suits now at............ All 00 Suits now All Suits All Suits now AH Suits now AH Suits now Wonderfully Attractive Bargains in Dresses In Silks, Serges, etc. All the newest styles. Worth up to At Handsome new styles, every one them, making up an assoitment such as you wiH not see in any other stofe in Southern Albeita. Splendid showing of colors and complete range of sizes, for small women 16 to 20, medium sized women, 36 to 40, and extra large women to 48. ALL OTHER DRESSES IN THE SALE..................... 20% OFF ABSOLUTE CLEAR- ANCE OF ALL Trimmed Hats The entire stock divided into two lota and selling remarkably cheap tor quick sale. Lot No. 1 All Trimmed Hats worth up to ]J25.09i Lot No. 2 All Trimnied Hata -worth up'to JJEOO _ ALL READY-TO-WEAR HATS, TAMS AiMD'MOTOR HATS 20 Per Cent Off All Furs v In the Price Adjustment Sale Fine Kat 60 inches.lpog; SO Inch sweep, one only left, extra Heg 5150 Hudson Seal Cape Keg J125 er Scarf Reg 5125 finest Coon Set Reg. S100 Hudson Seal Sclirf Reg 555 finest Sable Mutt Reg J55 Taupo Dogstln Sets K Any o'lier small -i Purs OFF .20 Per Cent tiff All Ribbons and Laces All Embroideries and Flouncings All Sweaters and Pullovers. All of ;every descrip- tioit All Ktrrio'nas and Bath Rebes All Girls Coats and Dresses 10 Per Cent. Off All Fall and Winter .Underwear All Corsets and Qraisleres- All Gloves. and Mitts All 'Silk Underwear All Boys' Pants and .Sweaters Truly Remarkable Yard Goods Bargains For Ihe final clearance of all Piece Ooods. Reg. 65c Ginghams' at i f 45C Reg. 50o Sateens at Reg. Farmer's OO Satin at 1 J 6 Dress tfl CO OoOUa at Reg.' Silks -'Ao 40 at Reg. Cre- tonnes at Itcg. J2.00 Cre- tonnes at OO OOC Remnants Hundreds of tiscful ends'of Dress Clootla and Silks, Wr.-.p- IKrcllcit, Curtain Scrims, Kim- ona and Pyjonia Cloths etc., at fractional., prices bt ortgln.ii values. Selling All SMALIrWARES At Very Low Prices This (s another lot ivij are clearing out entirely along with Vlfieo Goods, Ribbons, etc., to niako this ft strictly Hcady-to-Wear Store. COLLAR HOl't'OHTS, 1IAIU CUKLKliS, CRlMrBliS, HAIK' DUJIEB, mrr- HOOKS AND fJYlSS, IIAIH 1'IN'S, HUTTO.VS ANIJ OTHER UTTJ.B THINGS AUj SBLLINO AT 20 Per Cent. Off Specially Priced New Style Coats..... Values Worth up to A specially selected sale lot, including some twenty odd garments. All beautiful mateiials and onderfully attractive new styles. All Other Coats Selling at 20 Per [13125 Cos selling at selling AA All 3125 Coats now fi> 1 AA AA selline at.....tblUU.UU selling at All Coats now AA lbg at All Coats now OO AA Beautiful New Silk Skirts Selling At a Big Reduction On Regular About two dozen models, told regularly ug to Finest of Duchesse, Taffeta, Crepe, Poplin, Charmeuse, the yery, newest styles of the season. All Skirts now