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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SIXTEEN THE IETHRRIDGE DAILY H3P.ALD WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1920 MRS. GROUSE EXPLAINS SOME THINGS BY THORNTON W. BURGESS The danger past exists no niora: Watch out for that vrlilch lies before. -i 1 his is tlia rula governs all .the little paopla ot the Grean Forest and the Greea Meadows, and it Is a vdso rule. They have so many narrow escapes ot their lives that if they wasted time thinktas about they would be in no condition to watch out for dangers ahead. So they simply tuck away. In their heads tho lesson ot each escajm for tuturo M69 and at onco stop thinking about ;the fright they just received. Mrs. Grouse-had had s.narrow es- cape, a fery narrow she :burst out of the snow just In Iront of Reddy- Fox. Unexpected as It .had had sprung instantly and his black paws had all but touched the tips ot the tall feathers of Mrs. Grouse. But once; safely up in tho hemlock tree down' at [Beddy almost as if sha were sorry "Good he fqr-hira; though at course oho -wasn't, cape that tim'e." he. certainly had a "Not this tune, said-sue. "Not'this time. You'll have to look for same one else for your "dinner." Heddj looked lip at her aud grinned, Although m his "eyes .were disappoint- ment and greaP longing. "Same day, Mrs. me'day you'll; try that 3 trick once to often. I almost caught ;you as it :t'Almo3l isn't bt any more use- than "nowhere retorted Mra. Grouse. just to set your'mind at rest it a trick at all.' It was was good luck for me" and bad luck for you. I didn't know you were any- where about when I burst out of the 'Bhow. 1 was hungry and was merely starting out to get my Redny- grinned again: 'I hope.'you, hivo'beHer. luck than I have Eald he "As long as I can't f %ou for I hbpo yoii find plcnt) to eat and remain fat." The fatter jou get tho better, yoffwlll taste Bomo dav1' Once more. Reddy grin; ned, then turned arid disappeared in Green Foresl, which'was while instead of green. Grouse flew over to.-a spaiee F tree and began picking off buds. These she ate They but they were food and when" food is scarce it doPs not Jo to be-parlicular or fussy.- Rusty the tox Squirrel jumped across to-, the ricit tree and from that into. th.3 tree in which Mrs. Grouse was" breakfas'ing "Good ;morning, Mira. said Mrs. Grouse flirted her wings dis- dainfully. "I'm UEC-d to that sort ot said she, "He didn't get me, anu that is all that counts, for. me." "How did you happen 16 bo right asked Rusty. "Reddy. had just Inquired if 1 knew where you were. Of course, I didn't, and told him so. In fact) 1 ibid him that I wouldn't havo told him if-I did know. L didn't hive idea you were--any where about, and ''when-you came out 'of the snow you startled me so 1 nearly fell out of the was In. What were you doing down "Getting hungrier every chuckled Mrs; Grouse. "That Is where- I had spent tie night and most of yes- -Rusty shivered. "My, what a'cold he exclaimed. "1 should think you would have frozen to death. Why didn't you" crawl into a hollow log, where you .would be "Amd ba trapped, by first: en'emy who. came ale-ng! No retorted Mrs. Grouse. "I trust-tb.'rny winga for safety, and I don't want to be where, 1 cannot spread instantly.' Besides, I don't know'of'any wanner, place'than down-tinder.-that .EnbR. I 'certainly was comfortable.- sir, I was'very comfortable., Tdon't believe one was more W. The next and Mrs. Grouse Are Interrupted.'; THIRTEEN GUESSED lucky guessers who took a 'chance on iha Kirkby Christmas a Cflke guessing will be eliminated to one on Thursday afternoon at 330 o'clock at the store when a final draw, will ho made. The cake weighed exactly'32 pounds and this welgU T-as guessed by the hojd- 'e'rsrof the following tickets: "Noa." 1S51, 1939, 183-i, JUS, 1SSC, 1995, 1S69, 11411, 1471, 141C, 1532, 1511 and 1517. There were 1000 guesses regis- I A drawing to establish which the 'lucky thirteen" wius.'fhe "prize S.nanst now be resorted to, and this will i Thursday at the.storo; CLAUS' VISIT J' TO SOLDIER KIDDIES Soldiers' kiddies in Lethbridge wili have the time of their lives tomorrow when Santa -Claus will visit [them at tho Three hundred names of cbildren-Kho are pllgiblo to JTCceUe a visit from -on this -occasion have been received by the day .evening will tie that-the members of tie Fra'ginentg Irani. France, foot- im; will-1 receive -.their gold watches :at Baino time. An effbrl i3_belrig made: to have Brigl-Genera] Stewart mako .'the -watch preeeuta- :ions to the 'champions. Obituary MLADI constaitly. Add well beaten yolXs of ejiss aai-- uilllc. CooX over J hot water until tie mixture coats the spooa. Pour onto the whites ot tho beatea till and dry. A 1 It- tie vanilla may bo added when the cus- ard Is poared over tie whites. THE XMAS OWNER for Chrlrtmai Dinner Oyster Cocktail Coasomme Toasted Wafers Roast Goose Potato Stuffing death occurred this morning at her home. 102S 8th Avo. A, Paris, widow of tho :late William .Parkaj who died May 7th this year. The family came to Letbbridge from Scotland ten years ago, and have .resided In: Lethbridge ever since. The late 3Irs. Parks had been ailing lor some time prior to her dealh. She left to mourn her three sons and four daughters: William of of- Lelhbridse, Stewart ol Wales, Elizabeth in Chris- torn, Mrs! Agnes Jones, Mrs. Clellanrt nnd Mrs. Crawford of Leth- bridge. Mathed Potatoes Creamed Turnips Head Leltnce.'wlth Hafd-Boiled Egg Dressing Chec-se Cups Plum Pudding Lemoa Sauce CoSfee My Own Rtctlpes Olives aud celery may be passed .af- ter the soup and a plate of salted nuts between any of tha courses. Both celery and olives should be thoroughly chilled. Gotfse seems to be tho ac- cepted meat for Christmas dinner as turkey Is for but as maay people do' goose the hostess will be wise to sound her guests as she Invites them and plan accordingly. A goose must be young to be. good. Good geese have many pin'fcathers. Since It's impossible to bring the plum padding to table a rriass ol flames nowadays -tlei! with a bright red blow put In the top of the pudding and llghled'-just'bcfore sending to the pretty and reminds one of tho pad ding's" of 'other years. Lemon place of the former brandy sauce andi tastes jnst as good. .The; served with the goose are" cooked with the little red cinnamon drops'and may be served hot or ,cqld.: Roast 'Godse Stage and remove pin feathers from goose. Scrub on the outside with hot soap suds. ,Hlnsa thoroughly. Draw and rinse the Inside: carefully.' Stuff andr.tle.. Put on "rack, in roaster, auc sprinkle with salt 45 minutes. Ppnr off (he the gooso with a'cirp of Hot Svater and salt la the bottom of the pah; Md rpVit r two honrgj If a eelf-basting ..rqaater is used no watching is necessary. If not basto every 15 fmlnBtes. Mako gravy in" the roaster after the'goose ls Potato; Stuffinsl cups seasoned-mashed potatoes -2..finely 2 tablespoons butter. "2 teaspoons salt.; teaspoon-pep'p'er. .1 Milk, to Mix Ingredients In the; order given and'put in the TJo not stul Plum..Pudding IVi cups rtale bread crumb's. cup scalded milk. U cup.brown sugar." .2 eggs. cup raisins seeded "and chopped, cup currants. finely cut citron.- 2 tablespoons .-'orange Jnlce an ''grated rinl ol" H orange. W cup (EnglishIwal U grated_nulmeg. -S Jk teaspoon each "clnnampni clove teaspoon Soak bread crurnbs_ln milk.and li Add OLD TIMER DEAD MOOSE JAW, Dec. L club A splerdid Christmas tree, beau-1 Smith, an old-timer of tho district, tlMly decorated by the -Military Chap- died here at noon today. Deceased la direction of lone of nine Eons of Captain C. Smllh Miss Bawden, baa been provided. AH one of. the pioneers of Moose -Jaw' feature of tie presentations on.Thura-1 He was" bom at'OrangevIlle Out stand until cool; eggs beaten' and frtlt floored. Chop suet Tory fine and TVOT with hands until foft'and cream and grated'r'ind, spices: At whites of eggs beaten stiff. Tufn-lnl a bultered mold an'd slearn four hour Servo with lemon 'sauce or hard eauc and a lemon-co'rnstarcb: ,Th recipe will padJlbg- serve six persons. 7-; Lemon: Sauca 5 tablespoons bulled. 1 cup powdered': sugar. 3 tablespoons lemon juice, 1 tablespoon grated rind. 2 eggs. 1-3 cup milk. Cream butter and sugar, adu nnd of lemon and julep drop'by dro PHONE 635 K. P.BLDG. Independent Meat Market WE WILL HAVE A FULL LINE OF, CHOICE GEESE, DUCKS, TURKEYS, CHICKEN AND FOWL ALSO A FULL LINE OF FRESH KILLED MEATS AT THE LOW- EST POSSIBLE PRICE FOR OUR CHRISTMAS TRADE, Y. M, C. A. ACTIVITIES 1 Sunday School Basketball League The second nuno ia the Sunday chool basketball league will be play- J Y gyro tonight between ths nox and Wesley teams. Tho garae called for 8.30. A good game la romlsed the-- fans so turn out and ee iL There Era four teams entered the league now. and soino keen ompelltUra will result. New Club Room Receiving a Great Boost YTh3 boys of Lethbridge aro cer alnly showing their. appreciation of aving a club room'of their own. Inco tho opaning of Ibe club room SO boys have Interviewed Mr. Pet- ey.and received This as all happened In a little a week. Before very long we want to avo the membership up to three nun- red. Great-Interest. Is being shown n the games available- and they used 375 times .during the first five ays the club room.was opened. Tho lagazines havo not arrived yet "but :o expect them uow. Xow ellows, get lined up and take' out our membershiirdurfng the holidays o that you can, enjoy the club room that and then you will 0 ready to start in on tho 'gym work nd all tie other good times that will jegln the first .otjthe year. A vfbrd bout the gym .wlllj riot go amis! Every boy belonging to the club hould make It his' solemn duly lo be n his. regularly and'get nto the fun we havo there, and also np his body and1 throw off aay waste material -which he Is carry- ng around'whlcli is no good to him. 1 a fellow look's1 after hjs body and :eeps it healthy theft; won't be much wrong with ihimK you lots 3f fun on the body, and an opportunity: to get Into the iasketball leaguVJlndoor baseball eaguo and all 'thei.plher fun to take ilace now we are Tready to start off wltli.'a bang; The'classes havo been airly well attended since starting, mt -we haven't pushed them at all. have beeiii'putting all-bur energies ;Into getting this club room open and So now'we are eady, to start _onr5s7Jn work with a bans. Every fellow get around, get your find "oat the lira'! )f your -.classes' and 'get busy, for every class wm_baye a the big circus we hops on in April and; It will tako some hard work', to prepare for It.' Activities Ourina Christmas Thero will be a ping pong tourna- ment aud a ten pin tournament with prizes for the winners.' A tournament will be ran for both_tho boys 14 and! under and the boys 15 and over. So jet in and get your name down f6r tho contest. There will also be a pub school indoor baseball league run un'on oar gym George McKilfop, the physical instructor o( schools. There will be no gym classes next week but the boys should come for their regular swimming periods. "A Sunday school basketball'gatrie will ba staged a week from tonight, that Is, next .Wednesday evening. Then tho boys are reminded of the conclave to be held In tie Y on New Year's eve. A further aiinGunCurnent oMhls will appear'next week. Then the local boys going to the.'first prc- vlncial boys' parliament at-Edmonton will leave on Monday afternoon to at- tend tho 1920 session. They will have their reports to give on Friday even-. ing at tho casc'.avi. The -conclave Will be carried on Into the New Year. For.further information watch the bul letln board In the club rbbnv; .We take.this opportunity of -wishing every boy In Ijethbridge Merry Christmas, "YES-FRY'S COCOA makes delicious icing" Make the ICING for your Chocolate Cakes, wit fa -_ Try "if Easily and quickly, made this Mk four- tablespoons FRY'S COCOA with two cups powdered sugar; then add two tablespoons melted butter, two tablespoons of milk and a teaspoon of vanilla. Beat until smooth, when it will be ready for your cake. Try it once- you'll want to make icing thb way OFTEN. Remember: "Nothing Wil Do But FRY'S BIG INCREASE federal reserve banks this year, GOT- IN RE-DISCOUNTSl ernor Hardfag'ot the Federal Reservo fioard estimated In a special 'report Dec two billion dollars worth ot paper sent today by Chairman Gronna of tho senate agricultural .The amount tuch re-discounts in One hundred divorce cases ..were started in Detroit: as against only 87 marrlsge licenses Issued. A woman Is seldom angry If a man based on production and sales of farm j 19i9 aaa estimated at J719.265.000, iklssea her, but somehow they mate a products has been re-discounted by [Mr. Haiplng'estimated. big bluff. LONDON, Dec. Assoclat ed the bye-election .I Abertlllory, Osorgo labor, polled'. votes and 0. Hay Mor- gan, Coalition-Liberal, 7842 votes. Tho scot was rendered tne- resignation of W. Brace, the well known labor leader, who accepted a position with the government, ;In tho bye-elaclton Rhon- da, W. John, labor, Yoles and Owllllm IloIandB, 'Coalltlon-Un lonlsl, 9935 votes. Tho toat was rendered Tacanl through Ilia resignation of W. A. Ab rahams, labor, who retired on account of old ago. Arrived By Plane; Arrested in WINNIPKO, Dec. Press.) his arrival yesterday by airplane from Minneapolis, Joseph Oadbnry, wanted in Drill, Iowa, on I charges of having passed worthless cheques amounting to was to- day arrested ly city police. Tho man had benn sought tor by American police officers for somo time and it Is understood had been traced from point lo point until Minneapolis was reached from whero the trail was lost Ths airplane has been parked under police auspices ponding tho disposi- tion of tbe case, It being understood that the prisoner Is going to fight WHEN BUYING YOUR WHY NOT HAVE THE BEST Our candy Is as good as It The fine displays In our ttors are of our ability to. make candy as delicloui and pure as It can bo made. It's all fresh and of high quality. SPECIAL CHRISTMAS BOXES Frbm 50c to Home-made Ib, ..40c Mixed Xmas per Ib................. .30c Mixed Nuts, per .35C Every variety A big assortment of Canes for the Wddles. VICTORIA CONFECTIONERY 603 Third Avenue South. Lethbridge ;