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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta >AGE SIXTEEN ttiK DAILY THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9; 192C RUSTY HAS ANOTHER VISITOR BY THORNTON BURGESS seems a wrong and Dothine loss You yet msy good cause lo bless. (ha .For Squirrel. AH the day sffer the -rlsit ol hisj kmall ccusln Chatterer the Red Sijulr-'. rel, Rusty the Foi Squirrel vas In bet- j ter spirits. Chatterer had him E hope, hope that aome day soon Farmer Brown's boy would pel'him free'so thet he could go tack to tha Green He had begirn to that dee Ju Thlch he was a prisoner. He hated It no less now, but the thought that he might, not hare to in It much longer helped a vbolo lot. All day loBj he thought ol Chiltw-! visit eirly that morahx, ud he Qiiite forgare Chatterer tor in trying to drrre from i the.Green" Forest, H had tery good ot Chatterer to come way oter W thit barn to yisit bin and cheer hlmi What he didn't know was that! t l bad bad dreams, dre t.: 4T.lt claim made that the a profit ot 317 per cent. This was not made upon a souad basis ss H wits basid on a capital invested of J250.- 090 In tha terminal elevator winch was the rental (or elerators a and K. It Is unfair to make It. on this basla because the replaced value la iu ex- cess 030 million dollars. "As. a matter of' fact this figuring Is 20 times said Mr. MeRory, "and though at this rate !t elves a gpbd pro- fit, hare w'e not too -right, to make money for the fanners as other com- panies make. money for themselves? As for the tariff and wHBch is regulated tho government, not he done the overa Btate'd Mr. McRory: government in pis t upon us "1 rlo not that something should rage "Mr. Cro- rar on the floor of the house of com- mons stated that If the goiterament would lake the overage sctl guarantee the termlual men against shortage, the can have U." h. Swallow Bitter Pills Mr. McRory.iall that he had bid to swallow many bitter pills on account of the ruliuE of the commercial de- partment that lhey; will not.be led Into eewtpuptr controversies He went oa to eiplatn that to gel.back Ipusly affect him. While It ts large Bum on the whole, U goes baolc mere ly to a matter of youuda on a wagon load. Utere are times when individual oper- ators are unfair but everything Is In the. bauds of farmers themwelves. They hivo protection of the law and It Is their owu diffidence IB the matter: "I defy any mail to prove in any Way there is a policy in connection with the U.G.Cf. that allows qae unfair ac- tion to go declared Sir. emphatically, going on to read excerpls from an article giving the position, of the" .company., and showing that the to the time that the grain Is delivered Investigation originated iti their 'own should we 'be charged with what the by the farmer himself, it does not eeV office 3 "with, Idea" wf the people-a complete statement, A questioner' asked if It was the result of 1-2 of one per cent, for.clean- Ing allowed, by the government The Bpeaker replied that by careful handling it was possible to gain on dockage without hurting suvoue In particular. previous eiplained that the purchaser received the dock- age.that Is left In the grain. responded Mr. McHory-. ''It assists, us in building up an over- The musical selections given by Mr. and Mrs., Laytori were well appreciated, ilr. H. Jellff rrc- eiJed. The pxjdntu o! Ike piime eooceiitrited tn budy cubes. Better feeding economy ia r v. Promote Nutrition 1 'flsh in .thai Jle had. had. a. rery Boo'd breakfast 'of yell OT corn from ono c! Farmer Brown's'bins before he hid visited Rusty. That night after Farmer Brown's ,ooy had left Rusly was still-thinking of Chatterer and hoping that Chalter- -ifT haj been right, whM he Mftthump oa the roof ot his cage, just such a thump'as Chatterer had made when ho jumped onto It that morning. He looked np expecting to Me Chatterer there again, and in the dim light, for: It was already quite dark In. the barn, he'thought at first that it .was Chatterer. He Aliened his raputh to speak when that this small person had-a much longer boSy than had Chatterer, (hat he was glaring down between 'earns of run- ning for thisi Ufa from Shadow