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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta fAGS TEIT LETHBRIDGE DAH.Y HERALD DECEMBER so, 1920 PRICKLY BY THORNTOlw. BURGESS Don't let your Etomacb. steal your wits awsy And for a little pleasure now tomorrow have to J.IJT I Joriy. The very morning thai Peter. lUb-i bit crept into' a certain hol'.TW log in the Green forest fo- a nap Mrs. Croj'.so happened along near the tree inVhlch Prickly Porky the Porcunine iad been finding life so very pleasing to his liking. Sirs. Grouse that way nearly every she -knew that Prickly Porky was there. Each lime psssed she ed'up if> soe hov roftny more branches Prickly Porky had 'stripped of leives, PHONE' oa 5 Ten.) Sils morning. ,8h8 heard Prickly Porky before she wis where she could eee'.him. He was whinins aad grant- fretfully. The very sound of his voica .win that ho was fMling cat of sorts about soma- th Gro at: prickly rouse; "1 am Euro t what can be the mitter with wondered Mrs. there basn't'been eiiy.' o'no the Green to fapfitef aa'd 1 know doeen't ZAiiid the cold fip long as be hXs plenty he hisn't half stripped tttt trea yet. Perhaps ie has the stomach- ache. It makes mine ache just to think" retorted Prickly Porky fretfully. O T 0 CKUflCHES AMD SOCIET.IES v 4 The confetti ord carnival danca to be Blvun in tha K. P. Hall on Year't Eve nnder tho BUS pices' of the Alajor Jack P.OS3 chapter I. O. B.. promises to be one of tho best jot the sexjou. The patronaasos are Mrs., Mrs. Uonybeara Mrs. DoVeber. The Band will pity. Tbo of the' I'ariuh Aiuiliary of SI. Auguitln's cbnrch will bo held at tue u'ssitl hoar on Mon- day next !o SL AtiEUsiUi'3 Tho Cheerio Club will hold 'another night (Friday) in dance tomorrow Harper's hall. At the meeting of tho Women's Civic club held last evening it was de- cided to cater for llie banquet- to be held by the Board of Trade. A very Interesting program Has been arranged for the recital being given tonight by Mr.'H. McG.- Young in Harper's Hall. Prickly Porkj ind clumsily ciuiiu oa nothing hat hemlock birk dqwa tha-tree. ge." "I. really believe be believes him- She turrUd on to whore.aho could thought.Mrs. Grouse, and looked Prickly Porky. Ho wna np up" at the sky. Even as looked WEDDINGS f> HOLTON A quiet marriage was solemalzec Breaks Window in Hope Of Being Arres Fails, Sent To Hotel Instead {Special to the Herald.) CARDSTOfc, Dec. no reason other than she wanted to and have ttie town pay- for herfttfrep, Mrs. Annie Ehlerk walKed u.i to the plate Stass window or I. Freak's rtcre- morning, ed the window, which ii valued at ?12S, broke cut glass within valued at }M and then cct down on ths sttps '.Tailing, aa she cald, for the police to come along and arrest her. Mrs. shlerk's Carrla Nation stunt Is believed to be the cut- eonu of domestic trouble. Sopie tlmo igo her husband deserted her. Later shs applied to Ihe town for support but this was not grant- ed. It Is thought her window smashing foray was In the hope that she would be arrested, and '.then tiie town would h'ave to pro- vide for her maintenance. Mayor Sccr.cer questioned the woman following the affray and then sent her to the Spencer hotel Instead of to Jail. She will be under the surveillance a? her mental condition. JUDGE WIIL INQUIRE Press.) Shyder of Hamilton, has been appointed a commissioner to gats 'alleged' Irregularities in the dis- tribution office connected tho government printins uureiu. Thero have ot late been rumors !n con- nection vrith the distribution o.ffice. It Is reported that 150 tons of pirlia: mentary documents, going back to' were recently gold to a junk dealer. NOTED INDIAN GUIDE AND TRAPPER DEAD PORT ARTHUR; With tho death of Krank Ogeina, years of "age, Indian guide, trapper and, hunter, here recently this peared to. bo no'orie about She Heir- and .uneasy than'over.. actually seenied :to be trying to hurry. ist a branch Tiear him. morning, Prickly she. you trotting .'Aha granted Prickly PQrky crossly.. exclaimed Mrs. Grouse. "I thought you .tho.pne llted good winter _' rrimtqd Prickly Porky, i -'Bat like bad winter weather." this' Isn't It is' a'' fine Grouse.- t-_-. yjil Is going to grunted Prickly Porky. V do you demanded Mrs! Grouse. "J don't see any signs .pf.'ii. change." V _ should I kncrs' how I retorted Prickly Porky freifuliyl "1 do; know. It Is pleasant enough now, won't be Ion's. storm is com- ing "and It is going to bo a bad erne. 1 cah; always tell when Is com: my feelings. That means I've leave this flne tree and go stay hollow log for "goodness'1 FACE DIFFICULTY IN MARKETING PRODUCTS VANCOUVER, B. C, Dec. ish Columbia's salt herring packers are joining tho salmon packers In the class of producers who with difficulty In marketing their product. The bottom has dropped out of the herring market and thirty dollars a ton is the -top price offered for fish that cost from {3D to ?3S. As a result "e-salterles are being closed .down 'id crewB'rdlsmissed; Japan was one the chief markets for British Cp- Kenna of'Letbbrldge were united salt-herring, and'the. Japarj- clouiil that marriage. Rev.. Gore M. Barrow per- where Prickly Porky spends tiis.time in bad weather I'll Iiave a chance lo find out. I'll jusl'sit he re: and Swatch him." _ Prickly Porky reached the foot' of still shunled along until hVcamo to a certain white mound. It was 'a great hallow burleivin snow. At one end was. will make their home In Lethbrldge. BOW'ISLAND W. 1. GIVE DANCE MONDAY esa financial collapse helped to flatten the market. trict lost one of its most -di: .cteristl ;tlc. figuws. For half a century.the has connected with .things primeval. He' wqs 'a .true na- tive ot tie forest; having tein born oa the1 reserve at Niplgon whero the farrfous Indian bapd occupied their i tlcio in fishing and hunting and trap-j ping furs for the Hudson's Bay coai-j piny and other fur traders. ;i pgema was one of 6C the band and the of: Indians at the head-of-the-lakes. He' by" almost every miner, hunter, surveyor and construction engineer who had occasion to visit hero and the etirroundtng district. His valuable knowledge of. the surround- ing territory madu him a much sought after especially, by: prospectors. Collingwood ratepayers Till vote on. Jan. "3 on a proposition to build 'a: monument or to'-provide a club house lor; A Happy and Prosperous New Year To All "x in the Gity and District is bur the present Season of the Year. Out Store at 6 pjn. Friday (New Ere) ASK TO BE-FITTED. SHOES FOR ALL AGES. W, J. Nelson Co: Sherlock BHg. hole, fn Porky look- Tha_Bow 'Tsland.Women's Institute are giving a'dance and _whlst drive ed. surprised and grunted still more January .'3rd; fretfully. The for him so he e hole.wasn't big enough rjincing in I.O.O.F. hall t-Jginnins at e went to work to make s_j0 whist drire in rcat r0om'at it bigger, Presently he disappeared. ladies bring baskets wiih lunch for, so .the Caskets .not to be came, hissing down through tho.-.troes; bringing baskets "I (niAce np Tallr- -____i_ "I he'wa's'talk- ing said Mro. Grouse as she prepared to seek shelter. 1920, by T. W. The Briar s.' "Peter Dreams of PHJSMIER BESIEGED WITH MANY CALLERS TOOK LETER FROM PRISONER tSETS A others BO.cents. Gentiomon Including refresh- ments.' JIuslo furnished'by the Crow Line orchestra. The Women's Llnstitnte are hoping for a large attendance and are mak- ing every possible: arrangement to en- sure a'-pleasant G.-Dee. A continuous precession of -callers passed -through door .of the' Royal .Alexandria --.hotel room which was this tfic> temporary headquarters of the prime minister of Canada. KGB; '3ui7 Mefghcn arrived In the night, several liburs late, .to spend thp balance p I the.year lit This forenoon he> 'received In piivats one or two delegations from' rural Manitpba and .a'- .large number of personal- friends who called to pay their respects. At noon Mr. 'Merfhea tho guest of the lieutenant-gov. trn'pr, nt luncheon. 'To ue prime minister stated that he had no announcements to of the offence of. carrying out from a convict named A. Auley, confined in the provincial a letter, against the rules of jail, Antonio the: city, was this (Thursday) sentenced at''the P.: .court h'' two months with hard labor by'Magistrate.Barker. DOUGHTY PLfeADS NOT '.GUILTY TORONTO, Doc. charged .with the theft of in Victory bonds and also conspiracy to Eilis-'Island Caterer 'Can Do it and Make a Profit rORTY KENTUCKY MAN HARRJES MOTHER-IN-LAW. Ky.. Deo. (13y Canadian Press.) Walter Thornton a Paducah cooper, married his mother- 'in'ilaw on Thanksgiving Day, and the Ipneymoon lasted, four days. They TvRre arrested on i charge, ot violating Kentucky statute which Baya a man shall not marry the mother 'of'his .wife." Thornton married Miss May Halo tlve i years' ago.: Recently Thornton-ob talhcd a the- ground of In fidelity, and he and his young daugh to live at the home' o the nother-in-law, Mrs. Elllo llalo Thornton, fa thirty-two and his bride fortj two Arraigned before County Judge I-ing, ther pleaded' that tbo T bride was no longer Thornton's tablet was in memory of Nursing sis- NEW to the _ convention of tfie National Hdtel as Mnap Ambrose. J..Small, missmg 8odatio-n herexcouidn'l' believe lhat only 15 mlnutes'from e ihatlan tempting meals are served 17 Cents 1 A. Wallis, 'immigration commissioner n Kills Island, invited doubters 01 ....nj.... a toar ot just't CHICAGO, Dec. SO.-Forty bundles how.lhcjr do lt Tjncie Sam'. pleaded court 'this' afternoon. OF of by a New York bag company .Chicago Iron and metal concern, yielded-'40 cases cf-whiskey today, when prohibition agents search- ed .several ruilroad shipments. Pro- hibition agents have been ordered to inspect all large bundles at every freight house. doorstep. _t A number of the Hotel'metii who say they are Intent on bringing down TABLETS IN MEMORY HAMILTON NURSES Ont, Dec. bronze tablets were .unveiled in the General hospital here recently in memory or nurses from yrho gave their lives' ID iho great war.' One motherialaw after he obtained hlsl ler Sampson, who was serving divorce Judge Lang naid there might on hospital ship Llandovery Cas- v be something in that and took tho case linger aiMsemenL Caused Disfigurement, Itchyand Burning, Had Heslless Nights. ctox on( In little thai were sore, and I thuxi consuuiUy, and then they turned Inty Bcalu, daosiog tmich .'dfaftgore- n-ier.t. TbsstinwM itiay Irut I ItriUUd It by scratch- ing. The burning was fierce, and I had many refit- ieaa nights. "This trouble listed about year before I uisd Cotlcnra and Ointment, acd fifter QBiog three cakex of Soap and two boiea of Ointment t was (Signed) W. Byrns, St. Bssifc, Nov. 23, 1918. .Make CuUcuti Soap, Ointment Talcum your daily toilet preo- 5 SI. rVu! St. which was sunk by.a.Oerman cub- marBfl off tba Bngilsh coast In June. 1918.' The other tablet was (o the memory of fitly bravo mirsitjg sisters, graduates of Hamilton Gener- al hospital, Prirjctfsn'KIiznbDlh of Rumania, who Is to wcrl I'rlnce Ge'orgo of Greece. i of infusing some of the Etl.i: nd methods Into the conduct o heir own kitchen's, For said Ibi controls sloner, "see MacGowan." The secret of reducing tho cost! less of provender a's It appears steaming and succulent, on Iho din ner'table, Is a mystery, but MM T." Macflowan, caterer o the Island, is era the inside. His ex jlanation runs: "Purchases on a low est bid basis, quantity, producllon nnd pjrbfits never more than 1.95 pp cent, on the monthly investment; r suit, 17 cent dinners." And when someone Interposed tha acGotsn "couldn't serve a 'rcgula meal for 17 he exhibited, a sample menu, the following Dreakfasl: rico with milk, slewe prunes, bread nrf4 butler and cotfe with two iuinpa of sugar to the cu Dinnc'r: English beef soup with ha Icy, Irish Blew with vegetables, tap oca pudding and coffee. Supper: hash, green pepiicr brend and butter, blackberry coffee anil lea. RAISING ELEPHANTS ON BOTTL Charles in Asia, lor Decem her, writes: We holes In webhln betwenn tho posts nhrt enticed small elephants to come'out. The were several babies in the lot, nt they soon became playful.and afSc tfonatc. Bnby elcpbantg are ju three feet high at birth-and about pounds, They grow an inc each month. We made pcto o! thei and (lid thts'byjlaking a .pall; warm 'mlik.and' nipping the bablc trunks, Injo, U, thcn'-tloubllng tli trunks up and puttffig thsni iutp th owners' iiioulhs, and'ilgairj' milk in'wllh 'a sijilirt 'gnri.'Tlio tiabies conn learned to Imitate this procedure. They were mischievous little animals, full .of ,fut> alter hour, 1 played 'with them'al laughed untU i Never coot'ujrcold meat it." F. Dance ?Goalhurst NEf YEAR'S EVE (FW., DEC. 31ST) i GRAND OPENING OF NEW HALL .REFRESHMENTS SERVED FIVE-PIECE ORCHESTRA MAPLE FLOOR. -t mnotner Big Special j: We'have been-foi'timatefenough to secure an- other shipment of high-class Serge Dresses in neat style-and finest quality :of-material. of these newest'of it'iielatest gannents is shared the exceptional reasonableness of their pricings .which are the greatest of surprises coming .as they right at the time of the first showing of the g'ar- and being as they are lower than the lowest prices a year ago, ONE-THIRD OFF. for -Regular :Eegular for Regular for 1 -THE NEW THINGS FIRST CORRECT DRES3 FOR WOMEN ;