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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta I PAfiF TEN THE LETHBRiPGE RUSTY DECIDES WISELY BY THORNTON W. BURGESS Just keep in mind for future use The simple fact 1 here expose: A boat hjAftfln nflnn left L Beueath the searcher's very nose.' the Eoi Squirrel. There Is a very good reason .for this. Few veople ever think to look for bidden things in places they .know all about and know that the one who has hidden Uicm-kaoirs that they tnow about. They just talc It for grafted that people who bids things wiil choose places they think no one else knows of. So they seldom think to look In places right under their very noaesV Rusty the Foi Squirrel knew this, and so thit Is irhy- he had hidden hli of fat hickory hats ta a hoDow atnmp almost under the very tree on which the fat hlckory'rills had grown, a. Etump he knew Chatterer the Red Squirrel knew all about: and. on which be often'sat He had: Intended, to leave them.there only until such time aa be'mlghtTis ablo.tb find other hid- Presently he felt something.hard and ing places for them'..when he knew second later pulled out a tat hlciory Chatterer was not spying on him And i cpt-___________________________ he had intended to ieep close watch to watch over his store ot nuts ia the ct that old sturbp.-in'case'Chatterer'hollow stnmp. So'whenat last' he did happen to look'in that hollow and was free and hurried over to the old find ihe'nuls. Then ho had-been shot hy the hunt Restored Her To Perfect Heal! IAS PArmic An., "For three years, rxjfcrcJ fmt pain in the lover put of ay body, vrith swellbj or Uoitinj. I aav a specialist who I most undergo aa operation. I refused. hturJ aioat decided to try il, The first box rare great rtllrf; sad I continued the treament. my health U free of i'pre "Fruit-a-tirea" my virmest Mmo. F. GAREAtf. a boi, 6 for J2.50, trial sue Jit all dealers or Mat postpaid iy Frnit-a-tires er lith tho terrible gun and found by stump and saw all about it, the tracks in the snovr of Chatterer, the Red Squirrel his heart 'sank, and.rou can Brown's boy and kept a pni- euess how he dreaded to look in that oner until he had from his wounds Of. course, that meant (hat all that tune he had no chance hollowt He climbed to the topot the stump, as he feared, in the mow around PEOPLE, ARE AFRAID OF TVrMila.' jbrt cjogk, m o tnm wrthm bad told, cut pan the boaMe oa to many Getridef itbrtalmt N ADR (SCO COUGHS witi Cod Liver Oil Compouim e Coajh: la oaativ, ifcctt of tti dependable _ PREPAMDBT National Drug and Chemical Co ___ 'of Caiadt.-Limited. as Made in Canada WhatlstheUltond? f The Ultooa is not a phonograph, but it h a Tery important PART of a very good phonograph. j If you look closely, at the rBrunswick phonograph yon wUI see a reproducer of an entirely different type than you have seen before, in fact, a double reproducer. If is balanced accurately. And It has places for three types of reproducing potato. That Is the Ultona. The object is this to enable you W piay the various kinds of records In the proper to get the most in musical value put of them. This gives you an opportunity to enlargf your musical extend- it in any direction you may desire without added cost or attachments of any kind. The Brunswick is one of the standard instruments of the present day, beautiful in its cabinet work and admirable in every detail of equipment. You will enjoy hear- ing It. Come In to-night. Your Own Within Reason "YE OLDE FIRME" HEINTZMAN CO., LIMITED 'LETHBRIDQE 403 Street South, Nexf Jarkson's Drug 5S2 P. S. MOORE-MANAGER. the edge were the tricks of Chatterer. Chatterer had H h'e had, ot. course, he.had carried them off to his own storehouses. Rusly looked this way and looked that way and looked the other way, to make sure that no one yeas watching him.' Sure of this, ho began, frantically to dig down un- der the dead leaves that filled the top of tho old stump. Presently, he. felt something hard, and a'second "later pulled out a fat hickory nut. Then he worked faster and faster. .They.were all there, all "those fat hiciory nuts! gave a great sigh of thankful- ness. He took one fat nut, covered the others with thb dead leaves and then scampered over to he' ate that fat nut ha chuckled. It tickled him to think how ha h'ad fool- ed Chatterer the Red Squirrel. Chat- terer had teen over to that old slump more than once, as the tracks'plainly showed, and had even been up on top ot it. But it hadn't ente'red his head to dig-down'nnder-'UibsS because it hadn't entered his head that.any one would think of hiding those nuts almost under the very tree from which they had fallen Having finished that fat hickory nut Rusty began to do a little'thinking Those fat nuts had.beeh safe all this time in that hollow stump, but they wouldn't be safe there much' longer Chatterer would be sure to discover that he, Busty, was visiting that old slump and that the leaves'in it had been pulled oVer He would become suspicious and would look-under those leaves. "The thing for me to do Is to take, those nuts away as soon as thought Rusty.-. "I'll hide them in sev- eral places, so that if one happens to be found lose only a part. If I leave "them here'Chatterer will be discover.mf visits -5'ii get busy'at once'and 'afore them where they will be fairly safe and where I can get them when I need them Jnlh- out danger of glving-away my secret" So Rusty wisely started to work taking away and hiding fhose fat nuts (Copyright, 1920, by T. V? Burgoss) The Bert story. "Chatterer Wakes Up." .Rffi Hopes For Membership Of DECEMBER 15, Annual Conytnjlon Now In sion 1000 Present TORONTO, .Dec. seventh Farmers of Ontario' opened Jn'Massey Hall this jnorijins. R. TV. Burcaby, the president, wns in the L-halr. and there was m attendance of over one thousand members. Proceeding to Introduce his; finan- cial report, Secretary iforrison pre- faced his statement with an appeal for continued cooperation 'of every mem- ber. He urged the delegates to rea- lize; their tremendous growlE" cent every member 'Were to pay his. dues, the U.F.O. would hive a membership ot this year as compared a year ago. It was decided to take up a collec- tion on behalf of the hospital for con- sumptives at recently burned to the ground, and on behalf ol the starving 'people ot China. U.F.WO' Head Resigns TORONTO, Deo. 0. A. Brodia of this cify resigned the presi- dency of the United Farm Women of Ontario at the second annual meet- ing hero yesterday Mrs J. A Wal- lace of Siiacoe, was elected to suc- ceed her, 1 HEALTH BILL First Tirne Government First Measure "Rejected Since 1913 LONDON, Dec; As- sociated of lords last night by a vote ot 57 to 41 threw out the ministry of health bill This is tho first tim'e the lords have" rejected a first-class government mea- sure since 1913 when It threy, out bills relating to home rule and Welsh'dis establishment A number of peers made -vigorous protests against tali action of the government in forcing such a forward on the verge of the holidays The health bill was an omnibus which was to give the government; pdwers ranging all the vra> from tho hiring of dwelling, houses to the sale qf clinical ther- mometers were abnn noned by the during the bin's passage through the commons Tho death the bill will retard hou'so building unless the coveramenf, as seems liVely, introduces a short mea- sure covering-the provisions concern- ing this matter. RESUME BELL TELEPHONE HEARINGS ON JANUARY 5 OTTAWA, Dec 15 on the application of the Bell Telephone companyf for Increased mates' will .be resumed before.the Board of Hall- way Commissioners in Ottawa on Jan- uary 5. Endi Stubborn Coughs in a Harry For rtal remedy hart 1 U You'll never know how 'quickly A bM coyah can bo conquered, until you try tins 'famous old hbmc-niaflc remedy. haa couxiicd all day and all will say that the imriediato relief tnvcn is almost liko majdc. It takes but a moment to prepare and really there ia nothing tetter for _.Inlo a IG-oi. bottle, put 2V, ounces o! then add plain Kranulitcd sucar syrup to make IB ounces. Or -you can use.clarified molasses, honey, or corn nrup, instead of syrup. Kilhcr way. this mixture Favea about tvro- .tnirili of the money usually spent for .couzh preparations, and jjfvea you a more positive, cfftcllvo It' keens perfectly, arid, tastes pleasant- children like ft. feel this tike hold instantly, eoothmir ami lieahne the membranes in nil the air passages. It promptly loosens a dry, tigtit rough, and you will' Mlicc the phloem. Ihin out and then; (lisaiircar nlloacllicr, A day's use will usually liroak up an ordinary throat or chest cold, and it is ahd.epU-ndid for. lironchilis. croup, hoarseness, anil bron- cnifll asthma, 1'incx I? a most yalualile concentrated compound of genuine Norway ex-, tract, the most reliable remedy for throat am] cheat avoid disappointment nsk your for "214 ounces of with directions 'don't accept anytninj; che. Guaranteed to Give absolute faction'or money Tk" Pinn.- Co., Toronto, Ont. Work Being Slarted and Relief Being Granted Those in Distress'' TORONTO, Dec. complete arrangements are being.made to cope with the unemployment' situation in this qnd within the next taw jnya-'K is eipecie'd consiiierable amount of work will bo provided for those'who are. idle The wants of those of distress have been provided for.- All comers are treated alike, do- spile the.tact that a'cdnsjderablo num- iijer of them are nonresidents of the city and have no claim fm jThla phase of tlic. situation, howrver, jirlll.be'remedied shortly as all appll cants will have to register at the em- ployment bureau and each case will ba thoroughly discussed Fred restaurant tickeis have- been supplied to men and 412 families have received coal, cloth- ing and h.eddjng since last Friday, ac- cording to Captain G A MCESnincy of the- Salvation Arntf Tho officei'a report Is in connection with the ten porary organization of llio fifty thousand dollars civic unemployment relief fuud voted, by the city council recently. CABINET POSITION FQR MRS. UALPH SMITH LIKELY VICTORIA; DOC. local pa] states lhat It Is reported. lliat M Halph Smith, Vancouver's woman member of the legislature who led the polls In rscent may be given cabinet rank in the-neit Lib- cral administration. JSy adding the new department of public health, It is pulil, Hon. J, it. will be transferred to that jiost' and Mrs. Smith will succeed him. MASSACHUSETTS WOMEN .CANDIDATES FARE BADLY BOSTON', Dec. candid- ates, oscept those for school commlt- cp places, fared poorly In the mun- icipal elections held In 16 Mass.V ctiiisseU cHlcs yesterday. In Attic- boro the woman candidate for mayor, received only 84 votes out o.f a total of Three women candidates for aldermanlc honors In other citios were all defeated.. FREIGHTER RELEASED MIfAVAUKEK. Doc. 500- foot freighter off Monilay, wua released early this morn- Ing through tlio efforts of flvo lues to'fed to port. FOUR PIN'NED PASSENGER AIRPLANE KILLED; TWO ESCAPED LONDON, Dec. 14.-A large pas- senger airplane, which was leaving for Paris from Cricldewood, near Lou- don; six passengers thia jnorning, fouled, a (roe, burst Into Sanies and crashed to the ground. a Biechaulo anil two passengers ftre ro- porled to havs been killed, and two other passengers slightly .in- luied. four who lost their lives were pinned beneath the wreckage and burned to death, -.calling frantic- ally, tor.he'ta-which, itwaa imnossIblB to render In timeT tS save tfiem. SUGAR DEALERS SOAKED KEW YORK, Cou'rt Justice Cohalan.has hand- ed devvrr a decision compelling consignees tn 24 tugar In- volving rnore. than a million dol- lars, .to pay 22 centi pound for sugar" which they Irad agreed to purchase from Lambert and tarn- at priet, accept It on arrivst market had (lumped t( than 10 cents. JAP VOLCANO EflUPTS TOKVO, Dec. America volcano, about 90 miles northwest of Tokyo, has been In eruption for gev- nral The are Jalijss a wide area. _ _._________________ GREEK KING AND QUEEN REACH VENICE; TO ARRIVB IN ATHENS QK SUNDA1 VENICE, DM. Constintlne and if Greece with their chlldiW ti thli mtrriiot'.frwi cniistr Avorcfl'ina "nVmiiier mailer craft awi'tfd tsicitnlna of the Gretk monarch. The li expected to arrive In Athens on Sunday, v The trip from Lucerne to this City waa without Incident. of over The Blood Pressure' "W HAT is the meaning of blood yoiTrnay ask, and "What has it to do with the -j For, as much'as we hear of blood pressuie these days, it is somewhat of mystery to most people. i Perhaps the easiest way to explain it is by comparison with water pressure, where- by water is supplied to homes and made available upstairs and.down at a mere turn of the tap. "The blood in'the human body.is under, a similar pressure, as you will know if you, cut an artery'and see the force with which the blood spurts out. The arteries may be likened, to the'' rubber hose which you attach to th'e water system in your house. So long rubber retains its elasticity you do not fear trouble, but- as it gets older and harder and begins to crack you dread the water pressure which is everywhere ing the strength of the hosa. And so it is with the arteries. The walls of the arteries harden as age ad- vances, more particularly if the -vital s organs are not doing their full duty in filtering and purifying the blood and keep- ing it in rich, healthful condition. When your' physician suspects that your arteries are hardening and loamg the elasticity which enables them to witJistanrl the strain put on them he recommends that you have your blood pressure tested. Then he seeks a means of improving the condition of the blood and of restoring the health and vifforrof the and excretory organs. J ot cases the weak, functioning of these, ergass is-due to, the low vitality of the nervous system, and the use of Dr. Chase's Nerve Food is resorted to satisfactory results. Comparatively f6w. people realize that the healthful working of each and every of the human body ia dependent on the amount of that .organ is supplied, and that when nervous energy consumed in. overwork or v.'orry, -m SOITOW or mental these vital organs must fail for-want-of Dr. Chase's Nerve Food restores by improving the quality of the blood'and in- crcasigg the amount of nervous energy in the human system. In other words, it increases Vitality, and this is what is-IacV- ing injigrsons whose arteries are harden- ing and whose blood pressure Is' conse- quently rising. BO cents a dealers, or Edmanson, Bates Co., Toronto. Look'for the portrait and iljfnaturtf of A. W. Chase, M.D., on the box you buy. yuiiu miiiiiiiniin a i mi i uiimimijiiiiiiaiiiiim] i iitiiinnmmimii iHiiiuwiiinmni! iimmipinirmitii m> Our Annual SALE OF WALLPAPER AH oiir Fine Stock will be sold at 20c. to 50c. a roll Sale Lasts Until Xmas The Early Shoppers Will Get the Best; Selections and Bargains. WELLINGTON THE DECORATORS SHERLOCK BLDG, mirnw ;