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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE I.ETHBRTDGB BAILrHERAI^ RUSTY IS IN TROUBLE W. BUAGESS, eJft BY THORNTON Some people seem to take delign In glvftig others pain and fright. -Rnsty the Fox Squirrel. Poor Rusty! Ho was in trouble. He i r> %'as in the w^i'St trouble he ever had ( f been in in all his life. He wished with \ t all his might that he never had come ' K near the Oreen Forest. It was the most, . terrible place in all the Great World, j f He was sure of that. There couldn't '-ha another place where he would have to suffer such di^adful fear and at the same time such pain. Yet only a little ' While before he had thought the Oreen 5*orest quite the nicest and most beau-: tlful place in ajl the Great World. Crouched as far down as he could V git, which wasn't far at all, in a hoi-low high up in a certain tree, he shook I with fear and at the same time was ' sick with pain. And it had all happened so suddenly. He didn't understand It even now. He bad been attending { strictly to his own business, hunting lor hickory nuts on the ground. Then had come a shrill earning to hide &om his cousin, Chatterer the Red GTquirrel. He had looked up to see a great two-legged "giant pointing what seemed like a stick at him. He had Jumped for the nearest tree and Wl whisked around the trunk. As he did M so there had been a flash from that I slick pointed at him by the two-legged giant, a terrible noise, and something hit him, hurting terribly. Somehow he had managed to climb up to that ^lole and crawl in. Now he was too weak to move, yet he knew by the sounds that the giant was climbing ^p to that lioie. It %ould have been bad enough had he aot been hurt, but to be woimded and "Rreak, unable to run and have to be O---- At the Mouht�d Police barracks, before Magistrate Burrell, Mrs. Huston was lined |100 with �o8ts, for supplying liquor to Indians. Jewah Singh, a Hin.du, working on i'm Hysttop farm, found it a very ezpparatuSt The tongue Is usually co|nM and the breath heavy; tne appetite Is variable, being sometimes lost, at other times inordinate. The stopach "Is frequently "sour," there Is heartburn, and very often uncoi^ortable distention. ' Second-There are phenomena connected with the kidney secretion. iThlrd-There are phenomena connected "wkh the circulation.- These ooaalst In increased blood pressure and a tendency to hardening of the vesseila. ' Fourth-There are phenomena connected with the nervous system. These are extremely varied, and lU' clude^headache, vertigo, disturbed sleep, ringing or roaring In the ears, depression of spirits, Impairment of memory, loss of energy. Irritability, Md^neu^gio piilM vnrious parts ConiplloatidnBt include ch^tilc Brlght's - disease;' enlargement of the; hoart, .apbplexy, chronic biro;ichltls, artevlosclerosl^ atid ^taroulo eosema. The increased quantity of uric acid In the.b/loodm gottt da.not believed to be dpe 80 n^uch to an Iporeased production : of urlo add as to the lu' hbUlty^t'tiie-^ kidneys to eliminate It Ur^ acid- once, formed In the human, bc^y 'to not destroyed to any .api^clable'. 4ktei|t and must, either nie exoMted.Sy'tiHk. ki^^ ot> else deposltfed In ** " Whe^ 3- ..^ ;-l^NlSO�.-iNeiltttiff*to . ed to take an li^por^�t.lfllsot( th ~, world's future o11^�rodUolngc�atte�i W the opinion of Stt Edgar BofSWlriKJ High ComSlsBloner for Ne*f0ttildt�nd. and a captslnln the shipping .Ind cording.to Bowirlhg th0 y.-l(l.. and borings now oeourrih*tt^|� very promising oil roserarhf,-. when the wells ace propeflJfr.lW Will bring the country to / an oil producer. rj^' lln's Wi'sard OilT It - I. wlum roc ooctor quickly, eases the mIo Md dfh�s out the sorenets. JCeep it k tfM house. Wizard on is �I preparation to havt____ chest for first aid wiieii________ may be far away, Yoa YlKn io Idea ham useful it wOI �� fbvad In uses of evc^ day aittwM^^nr �d�>^ hap.rwhen there b ^  mediate healing,, aa tion, as in'cases of i cuts, boms, bites Is* bMUe-l U.ytm an ttimUid Mlh esM lilvar WkiPft Joat nliissft tmt� Obituary PEEVER-After ten days Illness, Mrs. D. K. Peever passed away on Nov. 30th at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Hubbs, 508 5th Ave. S., at the ripe age ^of 81 years and ten ^months. Deceased, whose maiden name was Elisabeth Hodgins, was bom In County Tipperary, Ireland, coming to Canada in the year 1849 and settling In Napeau Township, later moving to Cobden, where she resided until three ' ! years age, when she came to live with � \ her daughter. Iii 1868 she married ID. K. Peever, who with a family of j three daughters and three sons, sur-, Vive to mourn' the loss of i loving wife and mother. Another daughter died ih 1906. Mrs. Peever was the last of a family of tei^ children to I pass away, two brothers and seven sisters having predeceased her. { The funeral took place on Thursday, "December 2nd at 2.30 p.m., services being conducted by Rev. Mr. Cragg of Wesley Methodist church, assisted by Rev. Mr. McAlister, a former friend of the deceased. Interment was made In tho Public cemetery. The pall-bearers were the three \ sons and J. C. Hubbs, son-in-law, from whose home the funeral took place. � Many floral tributes testified to tho esteem In which the deceased wa ^ ? COURT FEES BEAT ALL RECORDS Tlie amount of litigation that Ik goinK on in the city and district may be gathered from the fact that tho court fees in the local court house for the month of October, forwarded to Edmonton, beat all reoordw. ThR^e. however, were eclipsed by the amount of th� f<;os dui'ing the .month of November, which now stands as a record in the experience of fees collected. ? I ? .;. ^. .j, ,;. ,j. .j, ,;, .j est rf Compelling Values That Spell Big Savings WHITE FLANNELETTE 300 yards of Fine Bleached White Flannelette in yard wide v^idib. One of our best qualities and easy to launder. Regular 55c value. Best of the Season's Sale, 9^ SHEETING 200 yards of Bleached Cotton Sheeting in full double bed width, good weight and free from dressing. Regular $1.25 QIJ _ value. Best of the Season's ^ale, yard af vC, LADIES'NIGHT DRES3E^ Ladies' Pine Soft White Flannelette Night Dresses. Several good styles; some high neck, bthers slip-over style. Regular $3.00 each. Best of the Season's ((O OC Sale, each .............. ..... BLANKETS Pine Big White Wool Blankets, size 72x84. These are blankets \ire purchased' over three years ago. Some are slightly soiled. Worth $15.00 pair easily. Best of the Season's Sale $9.95 CHILDREN'S NIGHT DRESSER LADIES' COMBINATIONS Children's White Flannelette Night Dresses, made with long sleeve and high t neck; sizes 6 to 12 years. Regular up to 53.25 each. Best of the Season's ^| |"/| . Sale, each............. .......91 v Ladies' Pure Wool Combinations; made in high neck and long sleeve style. These goods are the best value w^e can buy. Regular $7.00 suit. Best of the Sea- <|*y| AC son's Sale................... 9.4 SHEETS 100 pair of Ready-made Sheets; all ready for use and in a big bize. This is a delayed shipment of sheets bought when prices were low. Regular ,$if.75 each. Best of the Season's Sale, (1 filf each...............vAww LINGERIE COTTON This is a 42-inch Cloth in good weight and extra wide width. A most useful 'cotton. Regular 75c value. Best of C|5_ the Season's Sale, yard ........ DDC $13.50 BLOUSES FOR TODAY...... ....... $79^1 NEW COODS AND BETTER VALUES BRING GREAT CROWDS -^ TORYLANDS QiOjdrens Coats Otu- children's coat section is now a busy place iwith every coat on sale. Npt a big stock but a good assortment for the smaller kiddies. ......$9.60 .....$12.00 "S'^""";.... $14.00 "IS .....$14.40 'IfLT""..^, $18.50 "r.T"."..... $24.00 That the public are, after all, pretty fair judges of values is a fact generally conceded. In view of this it affords us ho small amount of satisfaction to observe the busy throngs that crowd this store daily-eloquent testimony to the fact that real values are to be found here, that stocks worthily represent the newest and best that can be found in the i world's fashion markets. We shall continue to feat- ure many "Special Offerings" between now and Chfistmas. You will do well tb watch our daily announcements in the papers. Ift the latest shawl collar effects as well as all the most attractive moHes of the moment. Everyone 'of them a po|�ular model exclusively shown here. 'HT"':.... $36.00 'li.....$40.00 .....$48:00 '11':�!:"^,. $60.00 $78.00 'V.f.�.'^�.'T;,.J80.00 "�,�c.T:T:.. $100.00 Latest modes in models shown exclusively by us. In rich materials of all desired fabrics and colors. A special showing of these dresses for afternoon and evening wear "at- Half Price Original creations direct from the designers; rich in materials, trimming and conception. Every one of them a worls: of art and the prices are really unbeliev-ablo. ONE-FOURTH OFF ALL EVENING DRESSES The smartest of the season In many entirely different modes. Some are fur trimmed; all originally designed and representative of the.very best in making and materials. ONE-THIRD OFF REGULAR PRICES A Big Money-Saving Event Which Gives You a Big New Stock to Seect From. ;