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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHRRTDGE DML? HERALD MONDAY. DEC3JjtBEFfc THE UNDERSTANDING HEART BY .THORNTON W. BURGESS The weaklings the helpless fall, Tar lack at a friend to take their part A yity jt is BO few there are Who bare, tho understandingheart. Brown's Farmer Brown's boy himself has !t Yet, sir. Farmer Brown's boy ias the tndersta'riding Thy he Is and beloved by, the little people; of the Green Forest -and the Green Meadows. Roily the Fox Squir- rel d'jn't tashf this. You he nt acquainted very long with mer toy, only since the Satter had found Htm sorely hurt by shot .from a hunter's terrible gun and hid brouehfhim home and cared for life until now he waa as well as ever. he couldn't 'tell Utevn's boy .how he longed to be once in the Green Forest, hut rumld only cling to the side of bis cage land. took and look longingly. through j the window toward the Green Forest, he thought Farmer' Brown's boy didn't understand and meant to keen him a prisoner always t But Farmer Brown's bos die! under- stand. iHe'iffiderstood perfectly. He knew'why.Rusty moped'and was un- happy. He knew just how Rusty long- ed for the Creen Forest. He was wait ing just to be sure that Rusly'really was himself once more, for It was win- ter and he knew that Riuty would need alt. his Jack Frost and rough Brother North and to keep out of the clutches ot hungry relghbors a morning, bright sunny morning, that Rusty never wjll forget. 'Farmer Brown's boy took him but of the -cage and '.held him under his coat: Then he'opened tfie door and stepped out into the cold, frosty air Rusty felt a litila tinge go nil over him as he sniffed that air.-It was the Jrsl time he hail ot doors for a'lcrog time j Farmer Brown's hoy tramped Ihrouxiv I the Old Diehard Into the Green Forest j and down tha Lone Little" Pith. Wta every atep Rusty became ruoro excited. 1 What was going to happen? What was j IFjoo Hav Have of Neuralgia, or take fcold -serf euily you will naturally velcame informauon of remedy which leen Icstis! in hundreds of casu jurt like jams tr-A gives ihorotiglly satu ftrttry remits Dwfng the kit Influenza epidemic, aA Vae wet, ilnskT dtyl of htf DOMINION CBjQT TABLETS were 'iKafcmiended to be taken at the'fint mga of cold; ulcn cneljdl a Headache or who wuely folfoifed Ail found that one or two (cllcts reliered tie pun, UM lent, and broke up (he DOMINION CRQ TABIZTS are a cotniuniiion of CaKara, Brraade and Qninme mi an sold by all ongmatei IT of ttmifed, an j of lie Inwt on'havi CB-Q-Taileta, .1 i IMPORT ANT AUCTION SALE Weiiesday Afternoon Next, Dec. 15 AT 2 O'CLOCK -i On the IVetnises, SOS 5th Avenue South, City FRANK WADDINGTON is FAVOR'EO.WITH'INSTRUCTIONS TO SELL BY AUCTION {.'AND'WITHOUT RESERVE THE SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD and effects FINIJ PIANOFORTE by Evana and1 Evans, faU concert grand in walnut case, MASSIVE 3 piece PAR LOR SD1TB In MAHOGANY andrsolid leather Ma hoEany -Rocker; ISahosany. Occasional Table; MAHOGANY PB- flKOTAL handjome FUMED OAK DINING SUITE !n aolld oak, cjalra epholsiered in comprising Bultet, set Diners and Brtenilon Table; Dinner Wagon in cut Oak, handsome SECRE- TAIRE in FHMED OAK, Fumed Oak Settee with loose leather ctBhlons, Square, Brass Trimmed Bed with Coil Springs abd OSTERMOOR MATTRESS; BBDRbOM SUITE IN MAHOfi ANT comprlalng Dresser, Chiffonier, Chair and Pedestal Cupboard OoKi Oak oval Mirror, Washstand to match, "Whit" Spring and OSTERMOOR MATTRESS, Oak Rock- Grcsa Rocker, Occasional Table; Pictures, Kitchen Utensils v etc. TERMS CASH PHONES TTO AND AUCTION SALE AT THE MONARCH HOTEL MONARCH, HALF "WAY BETWEEN MACLEOD LETHBRIDOE ON SATURDAY NEXT, DEC. 1STH COMMENCING AT 10, O'CLOCK AM. FRANK WADDINGTON FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO'SELL BY PUBLIC 'AUCTION, AS ABOVE, THE ENTIRE FURNISHINGS OF THE ABOVE HOTEL, COMPRISING BARTER CUT OAK DRESSERS with Otal Bevelled Mirrors WashsUnds to match, Unary While Enamelled neds iuh both Coll and Springs, U ejcellent quality FEL.T MATTRESSFS- SBTS' C-ARPBTS, WLENDJD PUN'O- OAK DINING OHAmai' Oak Bultel, Dinlni; Tables; OURNEY HOTKL RANOB'' to new, one 2 drawer and one small NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS! CARET SAFE, 12 Oflice Chairs, very hand ome M With laree mlrrora and front bal8' De4k- Deak SALB YOU MTjST TERMS CASH Out-of-Town Bnyera j Hotel situate doss to C f R Depot. PHo'tfEg 770 AND bo glten racking goods He leaped to the tree, and raced up It, ?armer Brown's boy going to do with him' At last Farmer Brown's bor stopped. He took Rusty from under his coat, held him against his cheek for a ute, then genlly placed him on tbo ground at. tha foot of'a tree. "There, said he, "is'the veiy tree In'which you were shot: I don't PHONE 1O4 COALHURST BAZAAR The Ladles'; Aid of the Coalhurst TJnjled Church .held a bazasr last Saturday in Perciral's store. A substantial sum was realized from Jhe Eale ot work, candy, ".fish poad'and the tea tables. Tho ladles who took SQ. act ire part in the baciar" wera as foilows: Tea table, -Mrs. Lindsay, Mrs. Mrs. cham; home .cooking, Mrs. PerciY.al an.d ladies work, Locke and Mrs.: Keith; candy, .Mrs. Peltier Mlas Farnham; fish ponfl, Sobv The ladles .lid are doing valuablo'work-'tiUassisting in the. sup- port of the church at Coal hurst, the semiannual bazaar ouh one oi knovr.where your home is, but probably It ISD t very far from here, for I sus pect jou uere hunting for ajts here when you. Now that'you lake betlc-r care of yourself, and don't forget that Farmer-Brown's bor Is joJr friend s Of Bourse Kusty understand the many undertakings of the women. s-sscther direction. down the tree, to' the a "word of this, but ho did understand tilat he was once moreL free in "the dear Green forest. He leaped to the tree, raced up It, jumped across to the next tree and then sat-up aud barked and barked for pure joy He heard in answering bark from Chatterer tho fled Squirrel in-one direction' and the ark'of Happy Jack the Gray Squirrel Then, he ran snow-covered ground and raced round and round as if he Xe're.crazy: Snddenl) he stopped rielt In frott of'Farmer Brown's boy aW'for a long minute looked up In" his facei Then he ran up cue leg of Fanner Brown's boy and pn up to his There for-a minute or. two :he sat .clucking aottly in the ear ,ot boy, and then Jumped to the nearest tree. He hardly why he had done tbjs but Farmer Brown's boy knsw, for he possessed the understand Ing heart "You just had to tell me how happy you are to be free and to let me know you no Year of Farmer Brown's boy Well, here Is a little pledge of my friendship He took a handful of fat hickqr) nuts from tine pocket and a handful of yellow corniteT the sewing table, Mis? from another and put Ihem on a log Hrfgell the candy, and Miss Helei "Don't let that scamp of a little coas Schnmakor tho doll s table, all abl: In, Chatterer the Red Squirrel set He has got his share stored GIRL GUIDES' BAZAAR One of the most successful bazaars of' the season, wai held Saturday af- ternoon In St Augustlns tall b} No 1 company Girl Guides, under the dir- ection of Captain t Mrs.-Gore Barrow' opened the biiair with a short address, saying that.sh'e thought the Girl Guide organization answered a neeltwhlch had been vll- felt !n connection with 'teen age. girls' work. She asked the girls: to love and respect, the captain who' Is doing so much for.them, and the girls responded very., heartily lo her" call for a clap fpr Mrs. .Cook. Mrs. was presented'with a beautiful bon quet of chrysantliemnms by Miss Helen behalf of the company. v Many very pretty articles were dls played on the.plain and fancy sewing tables and'dolls' tible, while the pin try and candy stalls were irresistibly tempting Lieutenant McVean and the Guides In .charge; of tho tea tables were fully occupied and much c'redl is due Misses MnrieU Westley and Myrtle Proctor for the delicious lea served t Mrs. Barrow Hagell pour ed tea, Mrs. Wellington being .In charge of table Mrs. Car these away, tcraed back up the Lone Little Pajh (Cop> right, 1920, by Burgess) said he, and whistling merrily The next-stocy: Old Stump." 'Rusty Visits the assisted by the -guides. Tfie splendid -.nni of J159 was real ed, half of to be applieaip :he church debt'. -The lucky nurdfcjr lor the ruffled centerpiece Is ill 3wner may- same by -phoning Captain Cook (1583) or by calling, at W L. Roberts, high auditor of the Canadian Order of Foresters, died at his home in Brantford Headache from V tctnn tta Imr Mwb is qoickh; raliewd by the of Or Chase'i Kidner-linr Pills. V OM fHll a dtuo t ton, I ill dealers. f Chases I THE ANNOUNCEMENT ON PAGE 13 WILL 'tfELP MAKE YOUR GJF-T BUY- ING EASY'AND ECONOMI- CAL; Extra Special Prices Continue in Clarke's Price-Adjustment Sal Permitting of savings of 10, to 40 per cent on the finest lines of wearables of the season, and in every instance featur- ing prices which are below present replacement values, All Suits, All Coats, AH Starts All Dresses At wonderfully attractive prices ail weeld i i This tale Includes entire stocks without reserve In all the lines mentioned above and is golden opportunity to secure a most practical and suitable Christmas gift at a much lower price than you had counted on. Prices, Indeed, are much below what declines up to date would warrant, but we're selling all goods during the season for which they were bought, and yell profit accordingly. f AIM 30.00 Now on All 'Now on sale at AH JGOOO Now on sale at All J7BOO Now on sa.le at All on sale 4t i 411 00 sale1 at AND SO ON THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE STOCK OF SUITS, COATS, SKIRTS AND DRESSES. ALL WAISTS ALL SILK underwear ALL UNDERWEAR ALL HOSIERY ALL CORSETS ALL BRASSIERES ALL FURS ALL House Drewes CLARKE'S PRICE-ADjUstMENT-SALE 513 Otn St south. Big Doings At Department A program lias been prepared for the onen'ng o( the bqjs' depart the Y. M. A. tonight, at 7.30 o'clock. Two hundred and fifty boys are expected to hand they will be addressed by W J Mel son, chairman ot the board of direct ors.oj the Y. M. C. A.j B..P. Maubej and: J. 13. Hodgson. A unique ceremony has been plan netl and W. J. Nelson .a lead ing part In It. Others i In this are'A. O. Virtue, H. L. Petley, Carl Sand quist aiid E. O. Farrow. Ro.ss will present Enlmmlng; badges and musical numbers will be giren. Knox hoys will have'the gymn Fri day Instead of Tuesday. fiRE BtST Every hoiii- strawberries stand after being picked takes away goodness Quaker Brand [am is. cooked as soon as the -berries come from the gardens, DOMINION r HEAD VANCOUVER, B. C, consisting of 42 fire dollar_hills; and 9 ten was made up The three- :turned ;ln as; EI- li i bits-lor the prosecution. In the same court Ole Lee was given a 'heller in the way of doing some honest woik for tvo 'sentenced- to that period, with Hard on being conyictsd on the charge of vagrancy TAKE WORKERS BACK I __________ _______ THREE RIVERS, Que, Dec 13 mohtlis in tao proilncial jail He_was I Fire hundred men and women thrown work Thursday morning by a decision of the directors oC the Wa- basco Cotton company, because they" refused to work on last Wednesday, Catholic holiday, returned to work day, the "company, having decfdea A' take them .back. _ Chaigcd With Theft of Money From Son of a'Magrath I'armet1 the city pollco court tiday (Mon- day) McDowell who had been ,re inandcd, when brought before ,the" njagiBlrale when >io returned.to the city from Moose Jaw-under the es- cort ol Delective Wallis p( the city police, was remanded for (rial. The' ball he was under -.-was floOO on.his'own recognizances'And two other securities. Ho elected to be tried by a judge and jury. Tffe vlcllm of the alleged rob hery, Victor Ijireen, of Magrath, a farmer's son, evidence as, to the loss of-JSOO in ready cash which he had In hla possession. Ho sta't-' ed that he and the accnsed were, while In the city, bedfellows a room they occupied in the Southard block. McDowell knew that ho had the money and advised him to put It in his cap tor safety as they were ftolng to bed. TO this Dowcll added what he had" the sum of }3 odd. Ursen slated that when he woke up the moiiey was missing, and that McDowcli'ialcl that he would .help in searching for-II. Larson, according to his slory, (old htrt .that he was.wlthmif a cent to got along witn, McDowell, said he would go to North Loth- brlflge-and endeavor (p get him some. He.returned and handed Larsen thrco yrhich Die witness sworo were part of tne money he had lost. Theeo bills were all.of (ho Standard taf which all Ixirsen'8 moiey, What Shape IS a Horn? Did jo'u tver hear a Iioinor a raegapftnc ttetwastquart? x Do they never send water through a square pipe f i Every phonograph or lalkmg machine has a but they call then TljeT are really the megaphones of the machine. It is their duty to round out the tone it to Now what shape do jou think this "hopi" should be to give tlis'best "tore'Cindl you Ihmk it should oe made Mbrating rnstalor on the vxrtlfi principle. Before you bjy any phoTograph, find out the ihope of the fiom and vhat II Brunswick's wonuerful tone on ALL records Is the exclusive patented OVAI, lone chamber and hkca fine violin. II actually DOES eliminate ai" Harshness, all the stridency, and th-it "tinny" UmVe that wt have always thought a necessary evil of the old style Talking Machines All we ask 19 that you ira.iyour own own judgmentr-see this wonderful i with your own it with anything you any price, You cannot afford to make a mistake, and It costs you nothing to be jure. J y Tht Bi-untwlek it Ihf ONLY 'iiitutne AIL-WOOD 403 5TH ST. P. J. .MOORE, Manager. JACKSON'3, PRUC STORE, LETHBRIDQE. ;