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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAQE THE IJETHBRIDGE SAtLY HEKAYS THURSDAY. DECEMBER 89. RUSTY AND MRS. GROUSE ARE INTERRUPTED BY THORNTON W. BURGEES Don't blaiae tho Fox: he live. But lo him ao advantage give. Mrs. Grouso. tjdnk would Rado'v i ii-c a th0' K i r rel to Mrs. Grouse as she sat eating' of bitter spruce biyls. Mrs; Groiise looked surprised. "Why ebould I hate she demanded. "Because ho Is all Ihe >ime hunting replied Hnsty. "Oh, that's all replied Mrs Grouse "It I am not smart enough to keep of his clutches ha deserves to hjno a dinner I don't blame him any' wants to live Jnst as the rest of us do' nnd'ho cannot life without food..OH llother Nature.gii.e him.a taste' for meat'and'teeth'to'eit H. To" She" rest of Us she- gave wita to of earwlres. If we aro not smart enough BeddV certainly has Riven a lot ._ _ of frights, but I havoa t furnished him r think you would hale Rpddy, a a'nner aod I don t intend to Fox." aaM Busty the Foi SqtiirreU, (Continued from page 15) Cheer." Altruists Class. Ina Jones. Junior lessen'scrs. .Huttoe. The offering taken goes to Chinese famine fund. e f vv v v v v v v v v SUCCESSFUL CONCERT AT GAt-BRAITH SCHOOL X- 4 tho gifts the chil- dren takes into a-'dtrk room and HowereK tt'ls to" ha hoped that the gnod cheer they find await- ing uiakwjj un for. this port A pretty btazinp pSno that 13 the chiuch 'door a> cich' kffd pt the 'fun By This -a made by torchea whlii bare guided V them be- fore 'over the- itAuy road. Festivities la ''list a Ions tf.; Norway where tha children place a sheaf oa the top of a pole for the sparrows. The birds from every direction TorVthls treat nnd re- member It eich year. The children g'et as much pleasure.cut of this time- honored ".-i" ody quite like Claus, who his reindeers, his red coat and sis white irhlskora Is the fmpersona- ion.of much tore.'-and who never for? to come down the chimney and i .tha A very excellent program was oa fcy the pupils of Galbrzllh. school yeslcfdiy, arid was greeted by ti largo number ot parents, who filled the auditorium and aa'added incea-. live to the young The numbers showed that the teachers had evidently done considerable work iii tho training of the pupils, and a commendable feature Of. the program -.was that practically every, pupil In the" school tooS part in one way- or another. JIr.: Hodgson, enl-ot schools, was con- gratulated everyone on the wort: done and Iho showing made. The lollowlriE___ 'O Brit ana I Is he ray wits sharp. Every timo he tries to catch mo I learn something and it IB easier to Wett you iaow sometimes CECane neit time There was a time 'P rai" tbflt _ _ when I woaldnt have knorn enough maWT1S a hard cru5LJ_replied Mrs.. to come out of the BMW with a rush -u thould'hap- Grade-I. Beginners; Recitation, Clara and a roar of wtocs as I did this I migihLBOt be able to get out and Dutch Dance, Grade III, girls; mornine 1 learned mat whea onca theQ l wonla to 6esth' II ha3 3odS and dramatization of Cinderella, lie'camo so near catching me lhat he happened to more than one of my Grade I: Chorus. Grade II; Dialogue, famllr In fact, it happened to me "Days of Lons Grade IV; Hoop imd If it hadn't been fur Fanner drill, Grade Brown's wonldnt be here now. Three 'Grada nulled a coaple of ray Jail fea'hera the TVST" said Ruslr 'Br place could be You right dorn thoro thfl 6now tbat ihele was to boys; Recitation, Dorothy is a' favorite of, mine When that fear it was loo. dry to turn to rain." Dialogue, Grade lllj Chorus, "Christ ,snow storm came I knew lhat with mouth .to_..say Grade, JV; Holly drill rough Brother North Wind blowing as something In reply, bnt jnst then .the .Grade VI. Chorus, Senior girls he Tail coidant Bpcna the the Red Squirrel, Violin solo, Fred Holmes; Chorus by bo shouting a warning was nnBty- Grade VI; Rifle Senior boys ia T r Ij15 Peered out In all ..God Save the King. where tho dan 90-iing from and what it just befoK dark I mado cure that no uneA was about and then I plunged down into the suow Rough Brother North Wind covered me up in no timo i. at all and'the falling sno- filled up "raWit wit the'hole I had made, and there I was and t out'of sight and snilg and warm-as ?he looked, and if Reddy Fox con d yon-please, Rongh Brother aeen her tlien WS moula Wind cotian'figet at me nor could haTe watered more than ever. Once Jacfc Frort. No one could find me, for s rans ont the 'BMW had covered what little ocent aad al'u saw no her head stretched-out handsome "SANTA CLAUS -SPECIAL" .-ARRIVES FROM EAST- 11 the waiting at ocilnl s. crjtltlies the man who MARRIED AFTER DEATH Japatt: Nov. Mail) A fcaarrlage''cereTOony has just beeri ect hero over the of twd In tha, belief S that a young man and'ao unmarried vromen 'sulcldo would have a fcappy riarrled Ills in the next world, ;.TJWl ccpuple cociniHled ehlnju, of for lorej by themselves" 1mb' "the sea' from, tha, bodies were later ered and cremated with the Buddhist ceremonies. The then brougSt to tho hbrab'of Utt gbrl'a lithor? andj he performed a- ruarriago ceremony over them. 1 According to the Buddhist faith, marriage contracted In this irprld KANSAS TOWN BURNS CONCORDIA, Has., The town .of Norway, flfteea miles noflh- here, is turning, according to a. message received last night, calling for aid from the local fire depart nient. flie report said that halt ot pends his but every- tho town had ieoa destroved and that xrfy is willing, to get busy and help many persons had been nmdo home him spend it. .iless. A high wind Is Wowing Forscct Traiuatlantk .Coavenation CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS IN SCHOOLS children were turned.loow la LethbrHge ttla afternoon the ChrUtnm holidiyp. and tuchers becu to vVrioua point i' of the tmlliay over until Tue i Prof.: Alexander Graham Bell, in- ventor of the telephone, predicts that wireless transatlantic telephones will bo .commonly ueed within a few yea re. PASSENGER AND EXPRESS TRAFFIC VERY HEAVY Railway, travel and traffic is ao heavy'today that jrractlcillj1 every arriving In 'Lethhrldge is late. No. 63 westbound oa tha Qrpw, due to p.m., did not get away-nnttl after two o'clock. Bipress trafflc k- eitra- ordloarll? heavy >htle every coach W packed wlla holldeyj.vlaltors who are travelling despite- the (act: that there are ao special holiday- rates' this yeari Santa Claus in blaze of color "'which that Christmas' visitor u'oasti, to worry about and 1 didnt worry. ebout that" The next story What was that5' asl.e4 Rnsty Plunges Jnst in Time" 'Mre BOY SAVES CREW OF 45 shows the British ateamer Ansgir, which was driven onto the rocks in Vpiint's Bay, near Fcuunce, England. The livea cf tho crow of 45 were iave'd by a boy apprenticej named braved tho heavy sea End -Bwam ashore a played-a Groaae1 ntue tit of a joke on the kiddles of (the C. this afternoon. i j reported -that. he 1 wasT arriving from Calgary and rEd- Imonton on hlsr way south from the North Pole. But last night he switch- ed his itinerary, and wheri hE did ar- rlyeit-was.from tha east, coming down from Dun more .Junction, There hundreds of kiddies on theVde xif-platiprm to greet .him'? at two >'clock'when whistles ell over the city. announced thei-'arrlvihg Bpcclal hoys and 'girls wore al' stretcliiug their necks-to tha west 3ut Claus 'Special1' arrived east.- There.was consterna- ion .for. a 'moment, then all was joy 'or the. kindly faced.'old he !s over 103 one of hU attendants told the child- ren: who' greeied cheers'and at tho of special car and stepped the platform. Dehlnd'hlm formed tho a lot and-the; parade to ibc Colonial tHc- .Santa 'having -a special guard -of Mounted jinl.fro. It was a great occasion for the .kid- dles, but tonight Santa In his real He brought with- him on hU special train two box.carlo'ada. marked "toys from .Santa" which ,he will distribute at the'Christmas tree for C. r. R. klddles.-at the Masonic Hall tonight. i i' Mr.'H. ?JcQ. Young will hold' a cltal for bis music students Thursday evening, Dec. 30th, In Harper's "-Sail; Consoryatory of JIusio bnimlpg. fuplls from each grade will take'part. SIlss Brika Olander will concluile ihe program by playing Scherzi Op. 33 and Polonaise Op. by Chopin'. These two nunrbcro'arc taken fi-oni ths Be'nior grade Tdrorilo Consorratory of arc played complete from memory by Miss Olander. MUSIC STUDENTS RECITAL SANTA CLAUS! 11 0 O Tlo oldest of old days is with'us Santa What a wealth of happy recollections this day brings to tho older pso'ple what a store of. happy antlclpa lions for tho littlo folks. It is a happy memory from tha poorest home to the rlch'est, Each.liar Qhrlstmas coines forth in new glory. Though tho old Yule llilo date back to Pagan 'times, the cus torn of sanding Christmas cards IB of comparatively recent origin. It Is fifty years since wo sUrtec sending messages of 'good will in this form.' The Christmas tree, which bccomo an almost universal symbo ar.d which is supposed to havo origin aled In Germany, really had its origin In Egypt, long before tho Christian era. Onr good old Santa Claus IB not pe- culiar to Cnnadn anil.llie.nrlilsb hip alone, Santa'nisbbcloriBS to where-he is as eagerly awaited ag m this cou-itry.. SvyltzoHtujrl boasts' .Christmas called Kris jKrlngle. "In 'Claus is I not unlike Eisttate, While ha is A Xinas Sale of New Blouses We are more than prou'd of our big selection georgette, silk and erepe waists. These are values that are far in1 advance pi anything sho'wn here for some time.1 Values that are right in quality and price. The great number'we have sol'd within the last few days speak and prove that this is the big Bargain blouse store. Fine hand embroidered geor- gette'arid crepe blouses; full values up to r for .-'H Pine georgette smocks, waists, and high class siiks, and crepe de chine newest styles and colors; values up to CLEVER SEPARATE SKIRTS Whether you desire a sport skirt, an attractive skirt' for general wear, or a dressy skirt for particular is oppoitunity to take your pick of the best pt-the season's stylings at prices which will make the purchase of two or three skirts well worth while, and b.est.of all they are just the right price. Regular for Regular for Regular Regular Regular for A PRETTY SU PETTICOAT IS A PLEASING GIFT We will be pleased to assist you in selecting a suitable color and style of petticoat to wear with a dress or suit you may have in mind, so thai tKe'gift will 'prove a double pleasure, and just note these prices. Regular for........ Regular Regular for What to Give a Lady BLOUSE SILK GLOVES SILK HOSIERY KIMONA FANCY LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS SILK SCARF TABLE LINEN DOYLIES UNDERSKIRT COAT SKIRT UNDERWEAR HAND BAG 11 RIBBON CAMISOLE LUNCH SETS KID GLOVES SILK DRESS SUIT I I t- r v CHRISTMAS In Newest Modes Rare furs, beautifully made up in dainty sets and separate pieces of so many different styles that you will have no difficulty in select- ing just the. particular fur, and just the Very sort of wear, at just the price you wish to Open THURSDAY Evening RYL A N D C ANb COMPANY ;