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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta P USE EIGHTEEN' THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALJ> fKIDAY. IffcCEMPKH 10. PHONE C- Farmer Brown's Boy Guesses What Is Wrong BY BURGESS He is his own most helpful aid AVho'knowsjustwheii to be afraid..' Brown's Boy. WILL PRINCESS MARGARET BE PRINCE'S BRIDE Something was wrong with liusiy ilie Fox Squirrel. Farmer Brown's boy .itaevi- it the instant he discovered that 'Kusty had no appetite for liis break- .fast. It was a good breakfast, a flno breakfast, but flusty hardly touched i was very unusual for him. 'j "What is the matter with ask- 1 ed Farmer Brown's boy. Of course! didn't Ho didn't reply j because he didn't understand what Farmer Brown's boy said. Instead as cjlmbed up on Farmer Brown's boy's Hand, a' thing he had rieYe'r done be-. fore. Then Farmer Brown's hoy no- ti'ced that Rusty was trembling. sHe was puzzled, It'was clear to him that Rusty was afraid of sJmethinr; hut that he wasn't afraid ot him. He look Dusty out of the cage.. It was the first time, and he half cipeded to see Rusiy leap away. But Rusty didn'L Instead he ran up 'Farmer Brown's Doy's arm to his sboulder'and sat there, still trembling. Farmer Brown's boy gently put him down on tho fioor and stepped back. Iliisty hesilated. Then what do you I 'to wpoder which way .tbe-winds of love are going to blow for the Princo of Wales. Marry, .ho no will, and Britain eipects an announcement [soon. The prince has'.t-s-o alternatives: 1. To follow..tradition a girl of royal bloatf, or 2. To let Din. Cupid Mea'dTbTiB' where he marry the girl he really -iovee. Public sentiment .in Kugland seems He climbed baclc into Yes, sir, that is just _ ihluk he did? the wire cage. what he did. He clirabcdiback Into that wire prison iu the darkest corner of it. Farmer Brown's hoy scratched 'liis'.head in a puzzled lie WAS puzzled He couldn't Rdsly.gblng'.back Into that cage of his "Something js the matter with muttered farmer lirown'i boy. "He acts afraid Hjf something but there' isn't a thing here for him to he afraid of." Then a" thought popped into his head. "I said lie, if Rust) had Jfigbt in the rijght.. Perhaps Black --Sassy thp Cat got iu here and tried to gel at him. Yet I ani sure I shut Black Pussy up last night. 1 don't seo how it could liave.heeri hen hut it is a Bure thing, that something gave him a bad fright, 'Shadow the Weasel has been he ezclaimed Farmer Urown's boy closed the little door of tho cage, and .went about his morning work, and all the time he kept puzzling over Rusty's behavior. By and by, as ho was getting souie meal froni'a noticed something on the floor, in a comer. He .went over to it and found the body ot a-gray old Hat. "This, is muttered Farmer Brown's boy. "Now what could have happened to J He turned the Rat over with- his loe'ahd bent 10 look closer. Then his face lighted. "Shadow the Weasel has been he' esclairned. 'There isn't tho least doubt about It. He kill- ed this pest, and I hope he has killed all of tho Rats about here. Now I know-what-ails Rusty. Shadow must have .discovered him. in the'cage and tried to get iu. No wonder he is frightened. But the little rascal kiiows he is-weir'off. He kuows that Shadow, can't get Into that cage and that Is why ho went back into it Ho Two-Layer Cake -3-3 cup butler .2 cups granulated sugar fy a Roaiari Catfioiic without forfeit- sweeper that'seems to have lost ing his right of succession ts 'iiia Its "pep" may help a lot. Krom door j crown, and Princess Margaret, though [locks to electric washing machines, belonging to a, Protestant reiguiug (the everyday things that are subject- [house: has been bought up a Homan led (o friction, need oil. j Catholic. would have to renounce he Roman Catholic church .in Older hat tho marriage take place. Choice Limited Because none but a can jecome queeu'of; Knglantl, because it s inconceivable that a prince of Eug- snd should marry any member of-tha royal Umlly of any couutry with which England was recently at and be- caiise DO.prince pf England ever mar- ries a member of any royal house which has been deposed by its form- er subjects, (he prince. In a royal blood way, is very limited in his choice of a spouse. Denmark. Netherlands, Norway and Sweden are the only protestant reign- Ing houses in Europe. Princess Ju- liana of tho Netherlands, is heir to the makes her ineligible. There no Norwegian princess: Swe- den's king, has no daughters, but he has a granddaughter, the Princess Inl- srld, ten years old, and two uniharried nieces, 19 and IS years old. King Christian of Denmark has no to have turned about-face and no long- er feels that the-consort ..of a prince needs to be of royal blood: The Lon- don Times, ia fact, editorially advised the Prince of.Wales to 'enter- ing into a marriage, with" a -foreign princess, to avoid a'political marriage, and to marry for love.1' On the other hand.ithfe visit of King Christian of Denmark, to England, has strengthened rumors that the.beautiful young Princess ilargaret of Denmark, his cousin, Is to'bo (England's future queen. T- :v Princess Margaret only probabilitv in the royal blood alterna- tive. But even in is .a drawback. No English prince'can mar- daughters and his U'O sisters are too old for the Prince ot Wales.- He has, however, two nieces, the daughters-of his brother. Harold, and his cousin, the Princess Margaret, now the future queen. But, it Dan Cupid is to lead tha way, nobody.seems'to know just who th'ijirluce's ruind. eggs 1 cup inUk S teaspoons baking powder cups flour ti .teaspoon salt 1 tcasiJoon'vauilla Cream Imtlcr and sugar. Sift in cup Hour. Add yokes of eggs well beatenv. A'UJ (io'.T and milk alternate- >ly, powder tba jcup of flour. Add raullhv' Aii'l thi I whites of eggs beaten (111 stiff am dry. Bako in 2 square loyef pans. A doctor says when a mai staggers ho has been drinking rca! whiskey, hut when e tup'he has been drinking-moohshina knows ho isn't, safe out'slde with Sha- dow the Weasel that ho is safe Inside. Poonlittle'chap.-iie must have had a dreadful sbar'e., t'll.have to see to it ho doesn't have anpther.'sha- dow probably will, stay around Here un- til he has pesky Rats. 1 hope can't have him frightening Rusty to death." So when ho had'ffnished'his. work Farmer. Browu's.boy took cago over to the house, -where there' was no chance for Shadow the. Weasel to frighten hira and that" night Rusty slept j (Copyright, 1920, by T. W.' The'next "rtusty Longs .for Freedom.' LEYHBRIDGE GIRL GUIDES PLAN UNIQUE DISPLAY PHONE 625 Bawden Bros. PHONE 625 The Gift of. Gifts- Furniture Heal Gift. It is unreasonable to presume that Furni- ture is ahead of all other gifts, but, can you thinK of any article which has more every-day usefulness or a longer life? FURNITURE will solve your shopping problem satisfactorily for every- one. SECTIONAL BOOK- CASE; Three top and base. Sliding doors .which are dust- proof. Made of wild oat, in fumed finish. fepeclal-...... READING LAMPS Either Bronze or Flemish fin- ish, donbla socket and G foot silk cord. From GIFT SUGGESTIONS LIBRARY TABLES piano, LarnpB. .Table Larrtps. Bookcases. Trayi. What more useful or practical S'liCt All woods and.finlahes. At besi prices, Frt-m 1-lbrary Tables. Music Cabinets. ..Pedestals. jardiniere Stands. Dinner CHESTERFIELD SUITES For the family gift. Made by a thoroughly reliable firm whose we have no hesitation Made by skill- ed tradesmen, with the best of materials, they will give you the service and comfort you look for. Our Prices art Cower. WICKER FURNITURE Complete suites and odd chains and rockers. Uphplsten ed back and ioose.cushion isat over..spring foundallorj. They sre going 10W. BEDROOM SUITES DINING-ROOM SUITES PONT FORGET THE KIDDIES ARMY SERVICE CARTS Very strong'and serviceable. Special KINDERGARTEN SETS Made of hardwood, in either red or J COASTER CARS iiclly strong body ot hardwood, strongly braced, nil steel wheels, roller bearing, with 1-inrii tires. KpCC.iEll golder, finish. Two Chnlra and Table DOLL CARRIAGES Nine different styles and sizes. All have hoods and rubber tires on to wheels. NO, i- ft- High Chairs.from -special Ilockcrsfrom SHOP EARLY V' 'pyRCHASEs STORED .AND DE- "LIVERED WHEN REQUESTED, DO IT NOW The air is alive with conventions and social affaU-s ot girls' organlia-' ions. Recently, at House, .the CM Guides' were given a- splendid start In Winnipeg aiid'girls overj-where are asking crs are being trained at Havergal: and: soon hundreds of our Canadian girls "1 bo, gruuped together for tralnine- it is.Ilia Bister organization of the Boy- Scouts. The.Girl Guides in Lethbrldge are now pse o! those t. thusiaatlc groups with'great, possibilities before them. At present they aro planning" -an evening that will be This will consist of a display b( .their work, to be given by No., on January. Oth, In -Knox church basement. The Brownieirsirls from.S will out on a snowing the nature of the vferk for" tho, smaller Children1. the junior guides.J from 11. to 14, will show In their playlet how the guides good turn 16 others; the seriidr guides will give oneiian ambulance sketch} shoeing'a at which, an accident occurs 'and first: aid is rendered, the other the .turn- ng of'an. over-dressed flapper ,lnt6 a real girl guide.' 'Songs! also will, be given. In the work of the Girl Guides in the city, it might be mentioned tiat anyone wanting girls (or small jobs such as the care of children or light household tasks, here are. severaljwilling guides who would do' this in their spare -.lime. Mrs. W S Graj, secretary uf thn. would put them in touch with girls This helps the guides to earn their uniforms, as each; supposed to earn the money for her uniform HOUSEHOLD HELPS A A A 4 4. Don't forget to oil your- household machinery? A drop of oil on the car- Daily Fashion By Gertrude Beresffrrd: A COLORFUL TEA COVVN OF KING'S BLUE'CREPE DE CHINE This lovely tea gown is designed on very pleasing lines. It is fashioned from King's blue crepe tie chine Tchoao soft texture is admirably adapted to this delightful pieco of feminine iip- parol. Ituc-hes of geranium silk vel- vet are set about tho waist and tho hein. This mods of trimming Is ono that 13 exceedingly effective, while the color contrast la unusually good. Moro color, however, in introduced on this fur tho gowp is embroidered Interesting niollfs delicately wrought In of gold. Tho upper part of this colorful creation shows simple deposition o( tho ijrijpo do An Important Annauncement to the people of Lethbridge We'have long the necessity of a good phonograph, which would play records cor- rectly. We kiiew that, when such a phonograph could be designed arid produced play any that it would immediately be: the people's choice. 'A That "Final Phonograph" duced and is being made in Canada. No longer need your selection of records be limited. The pleasure of fcg all artists may now be yours, .through the possession, of this ultimate phonograph made by the famous Brunswick-Balke-Colfender Co, a concern j which has for 79 years been the outstanding leader in wood-craftsmanship. Among the many features that combine to raise the Brunswick above aH other phonographs is the the all-needle, all-record reproducer which, by the mere turn of a hand, plays any make of record with the correct needle. <1 precise diaphragm and exact weight, and the ALL-WOOD OVAL like a violin. We take pleasure in announcing to the people of that we secured the representation of this "All Phonographs m One" and invite everyone to call and hear the true, natural lone which this musical instrument possesses We will be glad to demonstrate any record on the Brunswick including (he popular line of Brunswick records also. Come and enjoy an evening with tis at our s "Ye Oldc Firme" HEIOTZMAN S CO, LIMITED 403 5TH ST. MOORE, Manager. JACKSON'S DRUG STORE. I. t; From time immemorial candy has gladdened .the tooth of infant to the centenarian. Es- pecially at Christmas it is the universal gift and always given an appreciable ;welcome. 'Here at this for its delicious will find selection to please every age. Quality, as usuaj, is dominant. We Have a Wide Assprbnent of Nice, Fresh Christmas Candy iii Fancy Boxes And every variety of Home-made Candy foi': the holiday season, BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS CANDY HERE Cor, 4th Ave. and 5th St. S. ;