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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUHTKEW TOT LffTHBRlDpEDAILT TTSRALP TIlimSDAY, JANUARY 0, 15121 PETER FINDS MR. ;LIGHTFOOT BY W. BURGESS Where'er he goes lie hia toe" 'Who never looks Iwy'oiirt his tiose. the Dour. controversy between Mrs. and Uily Klnisinlll and the lit" na- tional executive shall not bo dlm-UMwl by tho a! annual Ing ot (he order, amt that n-nolii- tloni pertaining to bo M road and .this incident bo altd; Whereae: This arbitrary In thus suppressing' the letters aid tho resolutions of tho chapters denied Ih9> primary chapters right of being fcsanl on thU vital matter, nt; Whoreas: The following statement ntado by Mrs. Jlruco upon hor resit- nation as ono of tho newly-elected councillor at the Calgary. MEihr "I to aet wttk neeiben etfwvit the of coaMMoe ad- mlntetratiM M 1 wai that tW re-election of m- taia the eieeuthre tart alternative but Under MaW unjtuUjr deprived of efnclenl oncer who kid giro tor kest years In faith, fill and loyal tarrlM, .nd; Wherein: The attitude of ot attlonal executive of U1MO so uoluit thai Mm. Smith, Mrs. McOlniTray. -Jfrf. Goodorham, bltt, Mn T. J. Clark, Auden and, tarlo, and National Mill conatanct Doultcn. all ot whom kad given yean of faithful and loyal service to tho nfuaed nomination for the coniiuK year, and; In spite of the tact that Oooderham had publicly refuted tke eharfea, Lady Klngimlll and tain other mrmbera were elected to Ontario 'provincial and national and ai a reault of such election It was moved by Urn E. JJncoln Hunter, seconded by Mm. A. O. T. carried miaul- That the Municipal Chapter ot To- Mra. W. IV KWdoll, Mrs. Wallace roulo, the Provincial Cuaptur of On r ol Canada be notified tlitit tho officer and members of the Knyitl Chapter can no lonRwr Kivo.theii- loy- alty unit their support to the clul and the. natlouul incentives. In view ol tke foregoing, It moved by Mm. A. M. Dutfciinson, sec- onded by Mrs. .W. K. ami car- ried imunliuuuily by stnitilliit: vote: That, with deepest sorrow anil regret, 11m Royal Cironuillurs Cbupti-r, I.O.D.B., ittaaolv.Hl anil the I'lmrlur returned to- head SitniM-Mi Uhalr 'of the chapter: M. KBITW HUNTKJt, regent. CHABLOTTB BCIWtO.N. Becroturv. B too much kilt WT In blood by a I liver. Dr. Chue's KldnM-thrir Pllll. rljtt Mii KeidMba. ell-' ill! i ISo. i bw, ill Chai you suppose thai when Peter Rabbit found himself free at last ho woulil have headei! straigh j'or homo in the dear clil would, liut 1'eter did nothing ol tin kind. This was partly because lit didn't want to imike that trip In broad daylight :mil partly because lie hiiy- peiied to think of Ughtfoot the "I he is getting alonj; and I woUiler if Mrs, Liglltfoot is wiih him." thouEht Peter. "I haven't Keen either for the longest time, not since the first snow. I be- Iiev-3 I'll run over to the swamp on the edgo of Lightfoot spent last winter. is as likely to be there c.s anywhere." j The snow hail packed so that Peter found no trouble in running without breaking through. ar.d away he went, Jipparty-lipperty-lip, dodgins between j tgVard him. the trees, jumping over little white' mounds, and all the time keeping a cried i-ecer as he sharp -watch for signs of shadow the (U'easel. But Shadow- had gone in Unfit another direction and not even fliis tracks -wore there to vrorry Peter. Peter hustled and after a whils Jie .came to a sheltered place near 'the edge of a swampy place and here he found the first sign of jLightfoot the Deer. Tt vas a path through the anon-. To be sure, it waa jiot much of a path just then, for the last storm had partly filled it, but it tolfl Peter -fthat he wanted to know. 'iLigirtlQOt the Deer was spending the -winter somewhere near, fier no one Jiut bo could have made that particu- lar path before the last storm. Ko Peter hurried on, following that path; aud presently he cams to a place where many paths crossed and re- crosged. all more or lens filled with snow from the great storm. For some minutes Peter was at a loss which way to go. There were so many paths'and thei' were so mixed up that It was hard to choose one that to lead anywhere ta particular. A slight sound caught Peter's attention. At once he sat up to listen. His long ears were .standing straight up. There it was again. Peter grinned and scam- pered off in the direction .ot that eonnd At length Peter caught light of a fjray head and shoulders above the snow m Ltghtfoot the Deer reached for mouthful of tender twigs. "Hello cried Peter as he kin-led toward him. are you after tho bif storm? Where Is Mrs. Llt-htfoct? Why don't you keep your paths cleared out? Have you had ally vliutorr "Heilo, Mr. Curiosity! Do you ei- peet ono answer to all those Ques- retorted laghtfoot. "I'll answer one of those questions for said another voice. "Here I am, Poter." Mrs. L'ghtfoot thrust her slender, tfaautiful head through soiue hemlock branches which had quite hidden her. "My, but it is good to see you, Peter, We don't have any visit ors these dayi. You are a 1 any v lucky fel-11 low to be able to get about so easily. J E Well be lucky if we get outside thi) yard this winter." Peter knew what she meant by yard. She meant patks which she anu Lightfoot had .trampled in the snow, croning and recrossing fir short dis- tances all about them. .Such a mass of trampled paths in deep snow is called a deer yard. Peter saw at once that Lifkitfoot. and Mn. Lightfoot had made their yard where there waa plenty of food suck as it was and had widely a sheltered place for It. In a way they were or wonld be, it the snow became anch deeper. Mrs. Llghtfoot had spoken truly when she aaid they would be lucky if they got outside that yard during the winter. (Copyright, 19J1. by T. W. The next story: "Lightfoot Cannot Stop to Ooaiip." TORONTO CHAPTER I.O.D.E. SENDS BACK CHARTER TO NATIONAL A Toronto paper In commenting on the Royal Grenadiers' Regiment Chan- ter I.O.D.E, sending its charter'back to the National Chapter gives a de- tailed account of the matter as fol- lowa: "Mrs. A. E. Gooderham's chapter, organized 14 years ago as a woman's auxiliary to the Hoyal Grenadiers' Regiment, has sent back its charter to the I.O.D.E. Toronto's Municipal Chapter, of which it Is one fit the 40 or so primar cyhapters, and la to con- sider Its action on Ifriday. Tboee in closest touck with the for- mer national president of the I.O.D.E., declare the chapter's action was her wishes. Interviewed as to whether this were true, Mrs. Gooder- Itam said: "I refuse to give anything to the press at all." Her chapter's letter.given to the press contains full- est details as to their views. Mrs. W. R. Jackson, Municipal re- cent, would make no comment on the chapter's action. "This resignation will not be received by the Municipal Chapter until Friday afternoon. Until then I can make no comment." Mtas Arnoidi, the present national president.-'also declined to discuss the sending back of the charter. "I have nothing to said. Miss Arnoidi. The Protert' At the first meeting of the Royal Grenadiers Chapter I.O.D.E., held after the. annual meeting of the Na- tional Chapter of Canada, which met In Calgary, 1920, it was decided as tollovfs: Whereas: The Hoyal Grenadiers' Chapter, I.O.D.E., which was organized In 1M6, has done its utmost to uphold the principles for which the order and ever responded and con- tributed with steadfaat loyalty to all nppeals sent out by the. national ex- ecutive, thus showing tho confidence Ihe members had in tho national ex- ecutive, which .confidence was inspir- ed by tho actions of the national ofii-' cers, and; Whereas: The officers and the members of thu Hoyal Grenadiers Chapter regret the attitude of certain membera of the national executive of 1919-20 in refusing to discuss the tharges made by Lady klngsmill 'FORESIGHT ahrayi was better than UndsigliL Those who take J5COTTS EMULSION regularly exercise faraifht that pays Urge dividends Jw at robustness. IQWK. lOCHBtO, against the president, Mrs. Gooder ham, and the national executive after the mutter had been reopened by the publication in the official! organ of the order, of a report of the annual meeting belA In Montreal, and; Whereas f The national executive accepted the resignation of Mrs. Geo. Smith, Mrs. McGlllivray and Mrs. Gooderham rather than grant the ra- guest made by them hj resolution for an impartial investigation Into the truth or falsity of the charges, Whereas: The national executive established the. precedent of influenc- ing the delegates at the annual meet- ing by sending, on to that'meeting a resolution, containing a recommenda- tion to effect "that we, the nation- al executive, recommend to this an- nual meeting, that In view oi the con- structive work which ia the essential and immediate duty of the order, the Cutinira Soap Will Help You Clear Your Skin Grandmother Knew We always think of Grandmother's strawberry jam as the beat.that -was maiie. If ypu .want Jam tastes.- Just, like hers, try QUAKER BRAND It is made from the fin- est berries grown in Brit- ish Columbia's fertile gar- dens and cooked with pure cane sugar the same day they are picked. Your Grocer has it. DOMINION CANNERS B.C.LTD. HEAD OFFICE VANCOUVER, B. C. A Sale Event Which Comprises Our Entire Stock of Furniture at Price Savings of 15 to 50 Per Cent. The stock of hifh.fraife, dependable furniture in Lethbridge, priced at IS to SO per cent, below our regular cash prices (which are generally recognized M tfcfc wery lowest cannot fail to of every householder. flThis sale is planned not for but to reduce the stock of furniture in our spacipus show rooms and in our warehouse is several thtus- and too heavy. you walk through our show you will "Green Price Cards" on every side. Every article bears a "Green Price Tag and a tag- Green tag the "Stock Reducing Sale" price and the white tag gives the regular selling price. A SUPERB BEDROOM SUITE IN WILLIAM AND MARY DESIGN We do not bealtate to call this one ot tin beat funltura valm In the Thole wvat. Suite conslfU ol diwavr, chiffonier. dmaing table, bed, hair chair rector la lolld black walnut. Top 92x41, with two small aad two lun. Back is fitted with beret plate mirror. Top IMS with two araall and thrws lane draw- era, mirror 16x20 incbef A Dreutne Table Top two (mail triplicate mtrron, two 8x19 and one 14x22, Cane Mat rotter and hair dreulnf ehalr. Ow cuh ot nilto Is Stock Rtdveinf Sale Price nlte la carefully made and a ralne yon will nerer able to duplicate. _ 1 HERTS THE BIG OPPORTUNITY You can select any of the beautiful high grade, new design rugs; all sizes at a straight discount of 20% Our rugs are not culls, mismatched, old pat- terns or off colors. Every rug is a real gem of beauty. Rug x, on ug 9-10x13-1 Axminster Rug Axminster Rug 9x9 Body Brussels Tapestry Rug HEAVY QUALITY PRINTED 2 yards wide. Our regular per A Q lineal yard. Stock Reducing Sale COMFORTABLE AND LUXURIOUS .CHESTERFIELD SUITE Full spring edge, neat, and armi, with the very bent and mom filling, 79 inctien long, 36 deep. Covering of a pleas- ing design. A splendid wearing quality. LARGE ROOMY CHAIR AND ROCKER TO COMPLETE SUITE PILLOW ARM BEAUTY................ If you seek comfort as veil as style and beauty, ben la a par- lor suite with an irresistible appeal. Has the loose spring filled cushions and comfort pillow arms. Excellent construction through- out, full spring back; abuolutely the best grade of wool tapestry. Chesterfield 38 inches long, 36 inches deep, with large chair and rocker to match. Solid Black Walnut BUFFpT In Chinese Chippendale tleaign. Top 20x46 inches; two saiall (one lined for cutlery) and. one large linen drawer; good site double cupboard, mirror back. A BEAUTIFUL ARTICLE OF RUBBED AND POLISHED SIMMONS STEgL BED With Spring Complete............... Theio beds come in the tull Bize, equipped with ugleBS steel spring, luJly The beds are in white enamel. Remember, this price includes the bed and spring complete. The patent construction dosa away with iron side rails, beds standing crook- ed, s or Regular J33.00. Stock Reducing Sail FUMED OAK LIVING 0? 1 A fT A ROOM Which will add to the inriting appearance of a room. Made of selected quarter-sawed oak in a rich fumed finish, upholstered in genuine leather. Extremely comfortable. A Number of Different Styles and Patterns of CHAIRS AND ROCKERS IN WALNUT MAHOGANY AND OAK Fumed Oak Chair........... Fumed Oak Fumed Oak Fumed Oak Chair Walnut Rocker or Chair..... Windsor Chair Mahogany Rocker or Chair Fumed or Golden A A ONLY....................JbZJLUU A furniture value which is hard to equal and almost im- possible to surpass. An attractive table made of solid oak. The top IB 24x36 inches with drawer and a neat under half....................................... FIVE MORE SPECIAL VALUES IN TABLES WHICH WE ARE UNABLE TO DESCRIBE BECAUSE OF LACK OF OPACE- Fumed Oak Library Table Fumed Oak Library Table Fumed Oak Library Fumed Oak Library Table Fumed Oak Library Table CHILDS' WHITE ENAMEt CRIBS Child's White Enamel Cribs Child's White Enamel Cribs Child's White Enamel Cribs Child's White Enamel Cribs 12-4 Ibex Quality Flannelette 11-4 Ibex Quality Flannelette Sheets Extraordinary Savings Offered in This Great READ OVER THE FOLLOWING LIST OF SPECIALS. THEY SPEAK FOR THEM- SELVES. EVERY ITEM IS A BARGAIN TROPHY AND SUCH IS WORTH COMING MILES TO SECURE. DINING ROOM SUITE This suite consists of C-foot' extension table, large size buffot, five small ami one arm diner. DINING Dining Dining Eight ROOM SUITE Did Eng. Finish Eight piece Room Suite. Pi-ice Nine-piece Room Suite. price Queen Anno design, solid black' walnut Consists o! G-foot extension five small and one arm diner. Good size buffet and china closet. Dining Room Consists of China Cabinet, buffet, ex- tension table arid six diners. Made of solid black walnut, specially selected for beauty, Round extension leg table, 48448 inch, ex- tending to six feet; Buffet, top 22x54 inch, linerl drawer for silver, linen drawers and large double cupboard. China 40 inches wide, G2 inches high, removable shelves, lower drawer and six diners', com- fortably shaped panel back, full box scat, upholstered in genuine, cowhide leather. Res- ular Stock 'Reducing Sale Priced, Golden C Fumed (grTQ TA Grain Chiffonier I O OKMW ____ I O.tlU Winnipeg Couch Solid fljrr i pr Golden Oak Table I .10 Hardwood Sale Price. O A Combina- O O O Oak Set of Diners...... AVilUaiji and iMnry design, Jacobean fin- ish. Five and one arm JearV.ei- 'Solid Black Walnut Chiffonier, Price Queen Anne period metal drop puils. three-piece Living Room Suite. Sale Price Good tasto hoed ubf. necessarily he ex- pensive. ,Tliis oft'ei-JnK proves tho fuct. Here is a fine iliving room suite with comfortable rolled arms; full spring aeat aiul buck and rich tapestry upholEtory. Stock Reducing Sale Price, White Enamel Rockers......... Carpet Sweep- ers. Price, 'j...... A Small Cash Payment Will Hold Any Article Un- til Wanted. No Extra 1ft Simply for Your L, C TEEPLE "'Quality Without Extravagance' EVERY PIECE OF FUR- NITURE REDUCED. REDUCTIONS FROM 15% TO 50% ;