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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER REDDY FOX COMPLAINS BY W. BURGESS Pity lie hungry! ?lty poor! Give ear to the humble who begs af'you said Reddy Foi, dolefnVy. t us he looked 'up Rusty Foxf Squirrel, "your fatness reminds inej that ram faint with hunger? I do not mean by that to suggestinythius unpleasant. Not at. all .Not at all! he added hastily. "Law glid yqVare fat I hope you v.'lll remain fat. 1 love fa! people. I mean 1 love to eea them, As for mjself BIT stomach ts to my backbone. M'hese" bo hard days, hard d'dvs itdeed Tor an honecl fcr Hough' Brother North merci- less ai Mils 'Is enough a stouter- heart than mice. "Bui you just said Ibat It a wonderful da> interruii ed Uustv it is' So it i' foi fat Bu' for tte Icau and liu ign Tho mus' wade through this snow and knon not to 1 fn so much as a Me the mere Ml of a Mouse I it Ma ht'le short of terrtu'e. Tou Tom Longivorth Honored By His Deer Man is President Thoa. Lossrirorth. of the IEK-E1 ZEIOIS RESULT CELL TOWER FALLS FROM'THE folumKa. i" NOT TO SAY STEPPING-STONES OLDEST CHURCH IN PROVINCE Built by Ihe sapfers snd minors atj IMluinj Derbv. one time capital of the prov-1 I? closing, she that Inching- li. -bell Inoe la the esrly 8UUes..4l was ot tbalr friendship r.c-ver... Brow tutor at the rear of the. nlstoric transported acros out aiw 4ys be links in the. jo'dta sturch of, Join's, here .was emoted on !ts ura tot (chain ot fellowship blown down In a gale daring last last It has Ueen retired CMS This mile ediflso has an interesting siccu toy ulatla is laid W the liellsron ss a rule UeUer (history, tor it was '.ho first Anglican teneral contour ot the ordinal povertj (tan with jcnurcn oa the mainland of Urliish ture haa been prosper t) Coal Men and .Clothiers Hnppyj Christmas M ilh i White .Mantle Coal. operators. aiStl. -dothine icer-1 Lethbrldse branch of tho Great Warjchauta aw', smiling today hecauso of j Veterans, b first vice-president ot the the change iu weather which for the ensuing Alberta Command A" very strong deniRiid ttas made en Iho loeal niau to accept the presidency but. he refused to his name to. go before tne inven- tion. However.'ho was elected by awlanatlon, show- Iny tho esteem lu which hu Is held brought zero temperature and si'low'. for Christmas, weeS. In: Iheso lines Is spruciiig vp jfler thoj drdEgy seacon occasioned lo' Ciilifor-j nil .weather during November :md Oi cembor to dale. Snow which began ta'fsH about 15.': Saturday nil over the province the del If bore flvi) Itches The n.e n L'V- veterans all over lho province. Mr. Longworlh has: retur: the-, convention vbich.ho character- 'wo belon zero oj Sunday] }nU -5 one of 'hi most Important vat jiiithl laii, Is not the coll lield (LoiisU tb-re not si maiij [record of the rear s.a i) li-l trnatlers vlilm bronchi ihout. sorl j rvurded the List in yt VTh-> you s that' demanded Rcddv did ly sociething.about a who ire to milub very mucli RuoU chiicXIed F don t know that hut jou be thaufcful "moutc-tis debate as in othsr years, .Tilt.-.Command is growing larger .every the smaller, itoiuls" orndaized and rip e entul at Ihe moifeiicnl Inaugurated Lv j delegates outside of Calgary and Ed- -imcnlon. namely reducing the.cxecu- tivo from 14 to eight and .continuing ing'1 No lephed Hush I haven t capIU at a fat Wood Vosn-ind 1 haven t an) ned through Cals tmore Idea than you M s however v era panned rten i refund lie enougL I Crou-o snd ner cmMrij rre "What o M heai1 at fl arj ind t erc car tdnibntijn granted K very'ls mo-e I wotldot tell YOU If I had Commanilb onlng to the ,16.Be'ow Coldest Tho cold wave has syrMil all over tho irmmcos. Qu 1G below the' coldest point in the west, with'Saskatoon nest at 11 below. tJOciouton.wasjfour and Ctlsiry Til a cold dtp hr.d n hene- filial eltect.ou business.; A EUOW-COV- cred ground "at .the Christuus season alTvaya gives fi shopping and this --.vas uotlcealile Uiis-moriung. The clotl iun men ire aieo h Ijccaiise it is givliis theaiTa diance to move much hut it is enough to Leap tho C a to ilofier Nature snd nsk her llcEvl demand on 11 tin carlj0 So. heavy.winter wlilcli. i( not Wot from the door as tho sa- ns for a set of teeth and Iheu come who drift to Ihe larger UU imoied before the first 01 the year, ind .Lo Fox from roost bacx hero and lit she you that fat ttes ln o! emploiment jlend to remain on the ahehes Hub- nickorjiut >nd Iheu Ru'atv mado ney hranche have footnear is also In demand during the vjr mcrej ing tlie There Is no great rush ot coal or- "WhaTs that? demanded Reddv ''Did you .say something about a roost? I having replied Rusty, "that .is :plenty, but ivh'en ft comes to the matter of tbanfca they arc largely duo to myself.. I am j-fat nbv.- on the" of last fall .lud lho thrift "wulch plajned for tho ahead. If people who are a! T Burgees) The nest story m. number from 87 to 101 There tovi a paid-un membership Ot.H.OOO. Calgary Is the convention 'centre Red .Deer man, next vear. and Vi J. Bolterlll, Is president. Tlio REGINA-SCHOOL BOARD T WINS fN BOND CASE rjeer WASHIXCTON. Dec 20.-Judee- ice complajimg 01 Lard tin-e-i hsrl jneni for obiamed In an Ohio enoush to ue thrift In I mcs of court of Heslm, Sask Ice urcs jldntr there vojld be no taik ot public Ecnoo'a agaiast SpjUertorick Cra hs clluging to beckoones and and compan% of Toledo i 111 conim BaVer being o iemble It stand as a result of tho supreme Medici le Hat Russell ot U I vou arj GO 1 sgn I will drop ou a courts rcin'al, to rerien the irniu oi I Keho hicSory nut 1 siall liefer be Said Tho icliou a tek oat of i breach ot icpresentini, north of EJmonton and that a Fox camo to me ng ond'aii alleged contract entered into by Mr Unmmacomh" tho dL term; Ited Ixing Eu of was sect awar empt Redd, Foi mads 'speak'.highly of.tiio' :eat3rtaln- 1 mttitfcOorded: represent ed theVLcthbridge lodgo of the socle' PRESIDENTELECTS APPfAt TO: AMERICAN MOTHERS a the banking firm to purchase from tr Ci 4 vri face the scaool board JjOOOO: in deben lit M t'io Knteht nf Co H Ilianks cald V tcre bonds llnm'ius provided i ver> excellent fat. IncJorj nut may be food for you' Iwnquet to His, convention but H i vvorlhlcss to me for m> i NOTED AVI IN CANADA f teetu a e not the kind i They bettor hcne cracker, than _ uC f I nut erackeri lleddy grinned itliis SmKh KJK, with hig brotner Rustr sblvered a bit.' Sir Smith nud two serseant me 'Old ibther gare you one kind London of and me another and aa oar England to "orl Danvm Australia in. our food la You know November Deeeinfccr a pas Uiat is the of the Green TahiU which docked here Sun 7 he noted .d as jour br'alor I5 rcurnms iu join his broth >onr life f lou are fat TIat is because Tour.leolh I am tuin and that la li" of mv teeth Your food can bo stored away food must bo hunt ed for when it is to be If t y tan find, ro food then I miiot starve anJJl am starving this very minute GLASGOW. .Dec.! (Caha- If u had anUcateh your dian Associated the j fogd boasi less of thrift cop final to- f Ua, but this wea'ber Isf hard on an day. between; Bast' "Fjfe "and Doneos, the fonner team won by 3 to 1. s i >et as the bins of dealers wore, pretty well i filled .before the stonr Howeier somo rush orders are coming in indicating tlut reserve clocks are being, hurried-out, and if the cold wave continues the coal de- mand will be hearj of Ihe mines in the district notabli tlioso it Tiber been shut down owing tb'laL-k of cold iveath' of work, and less idleness in the min- 1115 camps. UBICOSIIES Our Annual SALE OF WALLPAPER All our Fins-Stock will be sold at 20c. to 50c. a roll Sale Lasts Until Xmas The Early Shoppers Will Get the Best Selections and Bargains, i- WELLINGTON BROS. THE DECORATORS SHERLOCK BLDG. .....i n i iii'iiiii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiii HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIUBIIHIIIII Variet) Will Be Gre uer Turkey Dtmn Ten Cents From 1919 Price ___ ._ __ __ __ _____________., _ t ahd'the Gree i Meadfiwa, aad there is Tahill which dorted no getting awav trom the laV das from fl1" ronrlftelllvouriood aid as JOUr food "'a'" llH.lnn umtiaia iiuj umer puam. ser.auis o er Sir Ro-s Bmttb m London Bng mcnsure in tie ,'s to bj. a p-ealer variety of ot lanu" educational religious nhd nhyslca! ot son. ----------------------------------------------training of children Speaking herv before a sUite meftiDg of the Chita ilhne Christmas fensf C- EAST FYFE WINS ConServailon league, clared It the duty cenU d of: will as GO last of I rein fl honest Fez1 Tell mo tood neighbor have vou geeii noting 6f a fat Wood Blouse or parhaps one of the children vincc ct the hearth anJ von hope for a revival of religious KILL, in inu Irymj; linica antuiu PHONE 625 Bawden Bros. PHONE 625 tent Quality, Consistently Less" WORTH-WHILE GIFTS No gift will be more appreciated than a piece; of Furniture, the oiie gift that carries Christmas Glieer all "the. yeai' round. This store is full of suit- able offerings at economical prices, A few suggestions of suitable gifts are: Living-room Furniture, Lamps, Tables, Jardiniere Stands, 'JDinrier etc. DINING-ROOM SUITES FUMED OAK SUITE Conanits of Jluffet With mirrored back, well ar- ranged drawer and cupboard accommodation: Hound Table, extends to six feel, and of six JVnlhg Chnlra with 'solid leather scats; obia Dou- f bio Cnli'.a Cabinet Regular vtilue Jrooo DINING CHAIRS Vrnmes ot gennlne oA, filmed finls'i; holstorcil ill genuine leather. 1'er flrt Set, srccial 'BEDROOM SUITES FRE.NCH GREY AND OLD ROSE SUITE Four nieces of this Qii.-.llly Sulle. DrosBOr has large inirroi; DresslnK Tcfile, Iriplk-'ale inirrors; iirid Tiench; full 'size fieri, coil spring and cotton felt iiiatlress. Ilegular special PRESSING TABLEJS AH have mirrors, Ivory and cnnme.l finished. Sjicclal fct whito I are about 1 (Ui iame iirlro iO jfo che muvPd i novelty'ifi tbh part of are 0 tld rmrkel and will giaco m'oro than one Christmas diri- ncr lab They arc going at 50 cents per ppur.'l which Is high -enough to put their. In tho luxury, class. Oysters are scarce a'hd dear this year owirijr lo'tha Bcarcity of-shuck- in the field. However those available" nit-, of an excellent Quality And the lu'ly, without "which there ot II than usual on the market and It "la the finest: ever Into the city bVing plentifully with. ber rlos. Alberta uaes holly from Vic iorla HC On Ihe whole, ln< Christmas dlnnei lable th'3 h i ,ng to the decreasing CO t f living and the family escheduor w'.il le nlcke about ?2 less, at Isaat, than was necei Hary to .assemble the teaAt one ycai ago. LAWYER-TO SELL PAPERS TO S.ETTLC ELECTION BET MCTOJUA Pu- 10- Harold Ileckwlth, iiicnlbc'r of the Ilrillsh' Cd umbln ilie lorja branch of tho 1'eople'a Prphlbl tion party, will appear on tho tired: of Victoria and sell newspapers som< afternoon, within Ihe neit.iwcck, ii order to sellle an bet Thit i: the first of "queer wagers made nl th; liist election lo be settled .Mr backed George llcll In th recent contest. MUSICIAN FIDDLED WHILE GRANARO BURNED DUBLIN, Nov. Tliere was n Nero who fiddled the burning of Urnnaril the "IHnck and Tans" hist week. Ho was a roving musician who makes tils town Ills According to Ihe story In the town., tho. musician, by the ninhod trom his lodgings witli hln precious violin underwits arm. He was cntJtriroil by Hie tiollcc, mid iinrtcr threats, CMiiicltcdto walk down l.hefnain Slrcet piayhiK Kngllsh nation- al airs the UiifnhiK, A SPLENDID RECOVERY (Wnukeahrt Mr. and Mrs. J. I-Jnrl Slnllard aro lho. proud parents of nil .clgh'.-tiattnil hoy, horn al Iho Municipal hcispllnl this mornlnK. will lie aWo to retnmo his 'duties ns county agent by tomorrow. .KV-J .'T. i- welry The Gift of Permanence Enrlivivirr natififaction, ijiaximiipi. enjoy- ment and fond renieinbrancemarS the jgift of Jewelry at time. Jewelry isn't a trinket that is bbiight today andforgotten tomorrow. It.remains with the recipient a life time, alw'ays carrying with" it-" a. con- stant appreciation of the donor. One never makes ,a mistake.on giying Jewelry, especially if it comes fronra store likfl May we show you our Holiday display? BENDER 331 5th STREET SOUTH ;