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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta The thing you eoek but cannot see Beneath your very nose may Ijo. -Rusty the Fox Squirrel. O- In a way Rusty the Fox Squirrel %a8 sorry Mr Reddy Fox. Ho knew that what Reddy had said was true. He knew that Reddy's teeth were made for flesh and not for nuts, and he knew that Red'dy must be rery, ery hnngry, for during that storm which had Just ended ho couIdn^t go hunting. But though he was sorry tor Reddy, he .d|dn*^ want to see any of his; asighboriS'caught by Reddy: So, had he known Where Mrs. Grouse or any of her Children were, he wouldn't for the world have told Reddy. You Bee, it is the law of the Green Forest that each of the little people there 1 miist-. watch-out for himself, thfug-h In the case of a bommon ene-�y the weaker ones may help each other if the-y can. All the smaller fwople fear Reddy Fox^nd often warn one another when Reddy is about. But though they tear him they do not hate Jhlm. CThey know that Reddy has the �same right to live that they baye and "^^t he hunts them only that he may jhavo food in order to live. Shadow t^e Weasel,:on the other hand, they iSiate^because Shadow hunts and ki^ls Jor the love of it, not merely for food. Ready turned away from the ^i( free in which Rusty sat. He knew that it waf? nsetees, quite useless, to try to get Rusty to come down. Rusty Rnsty the Fox Squirrel watebf^ R�4dy wade through the snow pIOOUl .Mfi^M Bhoot tW] liltib �/liittl^itir tree, Jt GtonM iiiid tliilt roar had hHfi by iMitv aUftut jrlafts. : 'Plicwl':* �i(Blila9ed Rusty; waa a >iiatTO� tngpi! Now I what ihe wai 4elng there." . ,, m Tlia aast.itonr: Mrs. plalni Some ThingB. OroUB* ^^^^ catch as Mrs. Grouse, and befog rath- Cough (By ariM Belden, M.IK)-' nar Irad to �tt�iftBoikla. 0^ thd outlook ii gOcNl j^d th0 mu a �ompa(ptrtMr bHef ___treatovnt. If tlia paUttt iP'Mlt or old, he.Bhould'li* conflned Ids f�biii or oTAn to iwd; At tYi� Mt^ irais awettUng is asetal. It may MicnMd .by:iqeans ot te^ drinks, ^t"Ioot >:-!>:' that beautiful white snow. In the nrst on Mrs. Grouse.,: At lea^t thfcjUs the In many eaqes the disease toOlowB place it was'so soft that he found it It seemed to.blm. He UtiiW that exposure to "tiold and wet, partjcnlarly hard Work and very tiresome to get she didn't have *Sy warm, eiMf Jiouse, when-the body; ill c�vcrheated,v>c^vtho about. In the second place ft had such as he had,, to proteotlibr from Inhal^tloU of instating gases 4>r;dil;st., changed ftverythipg -so that -nothing the storm. Thtf^more he tiraught of Changeable'weatjker favors itCcfcuuW in all the Oreeh Forest was iamiUar. I her the more he^pltiedm^ rence. SOmettiites. of conr8�3^*%.'~I|l It was like a hew world In which hel* storm as this had beeh^'^.A^d he oneof the mulf^sUtions of a%e{i�|:al was a toUl stiranger, wondered more.and more yrwtre she-lto^tlont'Shoh measles, whO^tFing ^fo one knows the Green Forest and "^^s- ^." all Its secrets better than Reddy Fox.; "I'll ask her the h�zt'tln|� I He knows all the places wherethe, her," said he to himself. littiB people: he' huntiT live and^BIde. Ordinarily hi goes from one ;to another, hoping to surprise some one who is careless' and forgetful 6t the need of always being watchffnl. But see Hardly had he said this when Just in front of Reddy FOX there'was an explosion in the snow. Ves sir, there was a regular explosion in the snow. ______________________________The snow- flew In: aill dlrtettetas. It now all was burled in snffw and not a | quite covered Reddy l^bx. At the same single t>ld log or stump or brushrpile time there was i roar. A^ least it ot bramble-tangle was familiar. Find- was a noise almeM^Wttd ehbugh to be Ing anybody would'be Just luck, noth-1 called a roar. Q;"so surpHsid and fng ll�it luck. [startled Rnsty that lie almost .tumbled Rusty the Fox .Squirrel watched | from his seat. Bat though it;staprised Reddy wade throni^ the snow, and as | it didn't frighten. Rlddy ^l/c^ .Rusty �o%h. tjfpHdid f^ter, influensid^ die. The t^rins jpbst commonly' 'asiio* ciated with adute catarrhal broiuihlt^ is are the pneumoooccus, the micrococcus catarrhalls, the stretitococctls, the staphylococcus, and the Influenza bacillus. The diiet feature are: chtlliness and general malaise; a sense of Aore-ness and constriction behind breastbone, .Increased by co^hihgl slight fever (lOO to 102 degrees renhelt) with its associated sj^p^ toms; and coogh. ..which Is at, fltst dry and painful, but later accompanied he watched he wondered where Mrs. i saw him spring swiftly and then heard by more or leas abundant expectont-Grouse was. He knew thnt there'was hldi give a little: yelp 01 dttappoint tlon. no one whom Reddy would so like tojment. At the same tlhxe Ke' saw a* In the aged and the very yto . Jap Oranges-Stocks'are very low and very few, if any, will be available for Christmas. Place your order now and avoid a possible disappointment *| nr per box ............. Cranberries, Fancy New Jerseys. Only a very limited supply on the market. Place your order now and avoid disap- ja polntment; per lb ..... 4vC Hand-Packed Strawberries- Per tin .................... Shredded Codfish- Per pkg..................., Boneless Chicken- Per tin .................... Hand-Packed Golden and "Wax Beans, per tin ............. Canned Sliced Beets- Per tin .................... 55c 30c 30c 30c 20c Sweet Mustard Pickles, LJbby'a Royal Jar, each ............ Apple Cide!^ Per gallon ................. Red Cross Chow Chow Pickles 12 tins left. Special ... ,........ ........ Cider- Per gallon .................. Corn on Cob- ^ Gallon tins .....>........... Llmburger Cheese- per brick .................. Fancy Mixed Candy, 4 A - and per lb..........4U-C 70c 90c -Only 45c 90c 90c 60c 60c CURRANTS are the cheapest fruit on the market toda>'. Our New Season's Dry Cleaned Grecian Currants are extra fine. Spo clal price this week, 2 lbs. for............. 55c Our assortment of Fancy Box Chocolates is exceptionally good. Prices fT^!!^:.......65c ^$3.50 Kerr's Coffee, carefully selected, scientifically blended, perfectly, roasted. Try a pound today. ttk^ Price.....................lUC Bean, ground and pulverized. I 4 STORE NEWS Open Wed. until 6 Open Thurs. untill 9 p.m. Open Friday untill 10 p.m. Candles-Two dozen | f*^. inorted colors. Per t>ox.... *�|C Fmtoh 0Uv9 OU, "La Perer." per toot. m, $1.65 ^' $3.25 . 'Nothing finer on the markeC Pickles-Crosse & Black^ell's, mixed and chow chow. l|Cj� Per bottle ................TsIC Grarund Almond AC^ Paste...........4aC libb^'s Apple Butter, large tins, each.................. Honey-Kerr's pure cii^ and alfalfa.........OUC 60c 60c 90c CALIFORNIA PRUNES-Galhin size, in syrup, ready for table use. �Regular price |1.75. On sal^ this week, per tin.......:....... $1.25 Sardines-Yacht Club- 2 tins for .............. Japan Rice, No. 1 grade. Per lb.................. Angelica, new stock. 3 ozs. for............. Peeled Green Chili- . Per tin................ Llbby's Moist Mincemeat, in glass. Each ......... 35c 10c 35c 15c $1.00 Cooking Molasses- 3 lb size ............ 33c Cooking Molasses- 6 lb. size ........... 65c Callfcmia New Navel /jr & Oranges, per dozen.. UD f 9C Apples, No. 1 B. C. stock: Spys, Jonathans, Wagners and Rome nj* Beauties; per box ...... VvavD Curtis* Supreme "Jumbo" OA^* Ripe Olives, per tin ........ 9UC Plum Pudding- A | | � 2 lb size, each ........... ^iaiv Examine our stock, compare our prices, exercise careful judgment when making your Xmae purchases. High Class Grocers and Provision Merchants CO. FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY Phones 1453 and 1365 tfS'*not a proportional representation 'Ot-the labor organizations of this city. It Isitimo that all labor organisations ^. Then we shall be able to dis-ousS'both sides of a question that may hcise from time to time, and also know 'Where we stand from:the start of this ecottomlo system which,will be bene-lieialto I^ethbridge if worked In a fair and iegitimate manner. Thanktng^you for granting me space in ^tir. valuable paper. Yours rqspoctfuUy, . A. J. INGRAM. ll Gas prjMm^efiHras the principal topic of eonvili�ftthii*Mia morbihg fMlow-lug the ^ip>ipf the mercury into the lower l�TOl�|during the night. With the gas uiiht wlt^ th^ reshit fairiH4�w;&6i