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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN TUP SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, A HUNGRY CALLER BY THORNTON W. BURGESS A little appetite is good A thing quite worth enjoying; Top much, upon the other hand, 1 find is most anno) Fox. After a YrtUe Rusty the Fox Sauir Ml ventured cut aud down to the foot of the tree In'-vbicb. was his home, lie felt need of a lltllo eserclje. Be- tides, ho was curious., to explore this new world of vbite. He ventured out away frbni thu tree, but only lor'a few feet. Tken glad to :tura back. That mow.- was -so .soft-that the best he could was to flounder through, it endr.thls. both and frifhtened him a! .It gave hlni a 'dreadfully helpless feeling. So h'e was glad to ivat back "in'jite Ireov aud quite content to sll IHeare. By and by lid of thing moving Pre'chlli he made out a red coat aud at once who U was It was noddy For. Sept still and watched. Keddy from white mound to wliita isound, pausing at each for a second oritvo. Rusty-could see him very clearly BOW. He saw in' Heddy.'s sharp, .face a. great eagerness as he cadi white mound, followed' by.a look of bitter disappointment as ho turned away, 'He's hunting for his- breakfast, thought P slv probBnl} hasn t bad anvthlng to eat since that storm, began two ajo, and in this Husf) was quite right Redfly. caine along .'for that mow was so soft that! he broke througa with everi step J In fad he was he reached the place where floundered about at the foot fend I n- O----- 1111 OflEi Ectlitl; Well After Six Weeki" Trwhant With mm i AM A PEACH and ;THE PROJECTILE SON t Dear Sir: i 1 being of sound icind iiniT memory, all of 21. swear a couplcv c( oalhs atvd say as follows. 1 went Hid teed the Wanderer, -It-was a stuuomlous spectacle, teaching the BreiU-sUnorallos-son aud one parllcubriyfupihcaUle in this hasty day and That les-soii thai nit hit. rt-isin i K- ind young man s p ace la at 1 vine 1 Lid lo the fiei're blithe Innocent, expecting suirT luu. I got a EOT era chill. A up Eermon was crammed down my threat, a6d I cum away with -my- head bowed down aid a h-arl like It was tha first ssrtaoii I feaid a their hair, they Kite resign from a -club or 2 and stay lioiue, homes home. Mother was wise ,as most all mothers, are. She ted what she feswd moss.' was the Vfild wbGita. Kveo in them ilays they had em. taxes tbeys cum down threw tha agjs. Oh women., liut the ur-dresscd kid, with his bear skin, purse, .was ready to trj anything once. Act introduced tho projectile kid .Into a regular Harem of wile wilo 'women. Oh It was naught; n aif Fein cat EAnart us he is learned yet that ho shouldn't gnu vfor then nil BIS long f i his voice sound pleasant Ifin t this a won aerial Tnorntng0 Rusty noddod "It Is the most won derful Tnorning ever known said he well say replied Reddv Fox, %uf-you really idea how wonderful it is if you havent been sway from this tree and I judge by your tracks sou On my 1 way bere some mar Telous sight? "iou to seo them To i owe It to youreelf seo them I would like nothing better than to show them lo joo. Havent you a few minutes-to- Rusty s ojes twinkled "Where did you say those interesting sights are' Le inquired A. f dldn t Bav, lint J will be glad to bhow way replied Reddyin his moat polite marsier -and Keidjr can bo rer} polite wrJen he "wants to ba. 'Oh, I couldn't think of jmltlng you to all.that irouble." replied Rusty. "No, indeed, .rcouldn't think of it. Just tell where they arc and I'll so there by way of the tree-lops.' It is much easier travelling that way, you know.'-' His eyes twinkled more than go that way for there are tio replied Reddy hastily You won't find It far if vou go with me r chuckled. "It might not -be far there, but 1 am afraid It would be back that 2 Haver e, said he Reddy: sighed. "My, how fat yon exclaimed, and without'know ng it he licked his lips. right 1920 b> T W Utirgess) iTho-aext story >lains y Heday. Fox .Com- When Baby (By Bnce MD) MM. GARCEAU 32 Hickory St., Otbwa, Ont. "I TTIS for-mcny years a victim ifuii ttrribk Rhexnatisn la 1913, 1 was laid up for Tour i lonths Tritti'Jlhearaatlstn in the joinla of tha knccJ, hips and shoulOer and ihas from folio niDg mj work, that 6f Electrici-in, I ined taan) remedies and was of- physician; tut did aie auy.goc-d. Then I lo tike 'I'ruit-a- find iu a wcetl was easier, and la ou I wa was a high flier alri e when in a women Then I cooled full night vvas hot stutt When it tho. remembering it onlj a make highest point Of aje ton he lievo play aitcr nil j fairl) whizzed Ho Ivrled ttltb. 2 Somebody had sv ipsd tho ktd s Ippor and burst is lo sa, he sxm, I guess tho girl sed it tickled started of a barg tut he was Anvwav he had on a bleu smook and sure en iff pear STap iror ho for nanlr he elill to his btar I.P TLe> named that gui rite, leags He wasul nock need nor bon tho projectile snu legged nor nutlnn EOc. a boi, G for At ell, dealers or scat, roitpoid by Fraitri-tires Uinitnl, Ottiwa, Ont, made.cloan and dry. Tho should evehing''.withotit rocking. The rno.lhe should the room" as coori.as'Jhe child Is comlortabl> fixed for the night The light should be out aiid tho room properly venliiatcd .V, healthful contams so mucK valuable food matGrial tEat it should te used every BOOtttJET. OP CHOICE RECIPES SENT ESTABJJSKED 1780 w Ih the to pic-> a soup bono guess the police hai mn her pressing hli ojt ot the garbace con lie dldn t eien town after all and.sho to do Uko lota of other vonng meu ho treu-jers noulont have hem hora nor 2 to storage for a nits something to mako a honest living born doMa on Hie farm Tno im there 1 nir a3 an couiii rjedlnte family circle Jesse his He had fell down 4 flights of stairs' patronized pav his maw a older brother and for Thisha, the jindladys dau'Wcr n and Iittlo Bister There -ECUIS to have Tish one ot the pinch hitters r te been no problem m fiose amoriB the Oh >ou Tisha bscau- I atlcast a dozen Tlsb 1 guess had just cum hone from hand maidens chore girls ind Theda Biras training ichool Her maids rpimmg around the farm yard Bci a vi fiom Quri, in Ire first act evidenlij wus and she lo see what Tl h no bountv on boOtleg-'ere In them could do as a t cHss vamp She him. of the loft The autho-U He lea eerily tlio path o fthe wlcged l in slipperj places Mo-al near chains or your llalle to skid kid It was good sliowi ibilt I wisli Chii Chin Chow for a change' They sa> a Jot of linked, truth shown in It too Well good morning have you henns they was operating a Etillior-wihe :pre5S, :in-the back yard her to v. feedings are ,0 Those ancients ot Je'I-ei ther tiled to ,__, shot tha bull Tho olo man said he'of ins more clubs been 6rgaclzed to couldnt stand tho loss of anv moro get the boys out of the hofnes for nas to use Mr it looks as if the young IdeasTwould Sleep fs- one of the most important factors in the life of the young a things should knjwtabflut the Bleer neenefli sleep without a feeding from aboit .5 >e T ten or el- en o clock In the evening ?l until six or in the morni (g "e smffei a ,T At about the (b.ra in oh Ul8 shce? was t-00' .but lhe> the daxiime Jnmt'd to'-a nip lhacl v in the mornmgrand oner m theThfter j i noon Liter on take i Co, onl> a ihort mp in tho'-attlrnwin The bahl Ehoulrt be tanjht lo lie on ccll conpla df sheep prices foi conditions under. the. most rest. The neir-bom -baby sleeps the may from eighteen to nineteen hours a day ii and, properly' attended to; As the Infant "grows older he needs less sleep, requiring at the age of one year.from fifteen to.sixteen hours; at the period between two and three jears from twelve to thirteen hours and bum the.age'jjfjpur to fiv jearv Wu, lo'fwelve hourtsf sleep" A welkfamert, babj vili should alwajs Bleep alone 1 guess ne heard of b and at leist -iftor he Is a jeir old he 1> s I asted Crawford, vere 1 o sup tppsed the kid had got 'tile draper 'Crawford scd. like he' had I Binned R leper out o' it Gos-i lie _ was taken a chance. Guarnntine rel- INDBPFNDENCB Kis Dec iis'ard uean av frl lax 'in Members of Ihe home guard and 4mer T llot wcar nuthln sliould separate room RACE RIOT IN KANSAS TOWN 1 of Act aud loaded He didnt a bean left to buy i sandwich. with all 1 inds of coin, swiped his Tisha Tho confidence men refused to horor thoir I 0 V tole him iiie next da> that I heard and the landlady sniped his jothes ha almoss" antl left hliii more naked thari usual. He 'ed well win rtont they Tho end of Act 2 m the poor fl li in his blrthdaj suit watcnnig "Mai j to him) n great 1 oiue Shakespeare'was ever hjmble they a bed add i squares] a da) at home "iou rtia> not get as I quick action on vour monev But oh j amt it i gran and to be going home Jether decided til go into the business and do Borne retreading Hack over the lout loa'e to home iml mother He learned to put on patches even ot that I could see i few blowouts and lie Just foe instance let mo show Home "n ill soon ba recognized'as a whatlueau That landlady the bad mere service station, Instead ot a had wild of tno second Hct garage t J she rich and liv ig in it Keep the 29th of lebruary open for ._, j speaking about. dugout seited In the lap of luxury purchased by.her ill.begotten gains. But lissen.-sho fell-upon evils alco Imcanso I recognized the 'Yours for.honie and P. French I 'understand old iu Act t is ono of tlio cuoro no such word as 'Home bnt its girls on-the farm of Jesse. Quito a-, tho second best -wo'rd'ibfHl come doun for tho old hattlo axe i language nr be uuiiiueru ui luu iiuiciu LIIIU iniur i-an Legion were patrolling the streets i leocr had more D' 1 didnt carry no.spare; uerelodjy as result of race disorders I Jollier had been sum I he turned up In I last night in uhlclTa white boy and lellowa from tse They had nil mtumllu rear axis was grinding He had a dun cxcosfJW hier on Ins headhgjils and iie was mi s f WHERE can you f.nd a more pleasing picture t than a group of yourig, vigorous, girls play- jng tennis? Alert, quick to: think, and f quick to act, their faces aglow with enthusiasm and radiant with health. How many there are, however, among onr growing gii-h of this cannot be, said. You see them sitting on the side benches looking on; 'or loilirtg around iri a listless, careless manner, and, aa a rule, imt-ftb'f nervous- Nature intended women to-be strong, and healthy and happy as tho day if! loilgi MlLBURN'S HEART AND NERVE PILLS have proved so beneficial m such I a multitude of cases, that they can-be recommended without hesitation 'They give sound, restful sleep; tone1 up'the nerves, make the heart beat rtgu- 'Jar and strong, create new red blood corpuscles, and impart that Rpnse of buoy- ancy to the spirits that is only possible When enjoying mental and physical vigo'r. Mrs, Fred Lee, Almonte, Ont., oldest daughter was'so bud for over a year, with her heart and nerves, that she was compelled to givo up her work. 1 was very discouraged about her, as I had her to two doctors, but they did not aeem to do her much good She could not fleep at night, would have to walk the floor, And felt a- if sho would go out of her mind. One day a friend told to use Milburrn v HedD- Md Kene Pills I carnot foo Mghly of them Sho Osed thrcf boiis and is fftling fite, and tUrteiT to wirk ggsih two months ago" t ttilbutds tieart and Nerve Pillg arc Me, A box. at qll dealns, or muted dirtct oil receipt of price by The T, Milburti Company, Limited Torontb, Ontario him to the nee about all the clubs uas Ho' he could have ____ late every ni'e m the jyear )lj ho.j fng wanted. That looked like a swell was lo the kid Vn> thing to get aiMiy from home Hejwss sick unto dcith of the home (Ire srile he found out the home dircle was a good roost nftcr his wheels hart skidded. Home was "the only place any: lear; shed when his lite .was dim I sed this was purely a old fashioned n oril play Bnt who viants to bn taught, a lesson nowadayg. On, with the night lite, ntimbcr ot clubs, ho nndenned. As far as that goes favor of forming with 'say shout, r COO auxiliaries in this town. I am j going to call a meeting'on Feb. 29th next lo organize a organization to disorganize hoys clubs. .-The more auxiliaries will caclyhavo a paw for president and n for treasur- er, anil a boy or girl as active members. To meet-at-least "3 times [i week in tho parental domicile. Hum idea, but of curso so fash- loneil f v Jesse wanted to keep the kid on this fann with the rest of the: lambs', but the kid was'all; for having his back wagei ind going to pee what made bright lights' twinkle tried lo split the by allow- ing him to go on a visit to his uncle InSthn city; NiiMtt dldiHng; the kid sed, uncle only went' 16' tbo moYlek once'n week, while he'was nil for see- ling A cabaret belonging lo iclulj or 2. What liar! ho'.'eat lials fo'f I never retr.il gosfili) but the upshot I of this familce Jar, (os thei Poinpepairi- ad wys that'Jesse se4, go then and he danged to you, you'll nevpr Me my face again; That never seelnj, his face again was R fair bet. The old man had evidently voted for Bry'an1; and bet eimn he wood not shnve till he i Prfrfi. Anyway .Jesse .hftd a 'heart! all over his faro like n. Flu jnask. All 1 coitid see his iiose. He wenl In anil untied fft.e sock and ml the kid out his porlloVi of duca'U or shekels. I coqd not hear'all hut Jet'.icr 'niul hia big br'n.lMej' nlso had a Ille. The kill was keen' on taking the special, but the bro- ther Bed, that wiis njs.y If the kitl, was takin anythin 'H'wOorl have to be the old I-'o-rl, ag !hjo: Rliirrfld him by saying lhats all he could buy gas for. The big brother didnt care a whoni) how 1 wiint burlf-que the 'scene ot part- ing botweon mother Thai scene put the sliow on'.tW20111 plane, and tho seals at J2.50 plu's 25c tax. If slim of these Jazz! hounds could have senn that scene, and.had any- In their hod bcaliteu tha' roots Act 3 he. was neirly out of gaa sion needed lubricating oil Jnd his on two His larnish all crackfd and tho upholestr> 'ore He certainly requireJ a wash anil his' hatlery-nee'dcd charg- fnij his spark was retarded I Bay. Oh lie'was a alrlie. He was he wenl and fought 3 rounds A New Woman! Thai's what any woman is after a hot cup of fragrant Blue Ribbon'Tea. It chases away that old tired feeling and fillsher with new life. So delicious too. Try Aftriual OCMA'LlffAPER i All our Fine Stock will be sold at 20c. to 50c. a roll Sale Lasts Until Xmas The -Edrly Will' the THE DECORATORS fiROS; SHERLOCK BLDG. ;