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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE T.-KTHWror.F HEKALU THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, d by the two formor. In tlui minority rtMHirt thu yaimv hut ll con f Mr. Cireon was the follow- pinio. ID there That a canvass uf the i mlttee nwdo with ;t to I the ntuudiui; of tho i-onimit- tee on their vote and it is found that a majority did not vom in favor of the uuostion set out in tho thai now PETER IS FORGIVEN BY THORNTON W. BURGESS ForjiivtMit'sa is tho sweetest thins Tho whob- (Iicat World possesses; n-fuses it by this His own !ieed thus confesses. J'etor Rabbit. You remember that PeiL-i' Kubbit 1 And been awny from ibo Obi Briarpaloh for sovcnU days. He hadn't (j sla> KUc lhaJ. U'" 'jourst? Thiit night lie had left it u> rim over to the Green 'I-'orest. nc jiail to hi.- bnrk in ihu Oiil by time rounl. rod Mr. Sun oiV bis Mank'.MS in tho morning, timid Mrs. keep Umt promise. 1'etor is one those vnioso intentions tilwuyd arc: the Bn: his curiosity had brcn so great: id tH'ro hatl so places in o Gre.-'ii Korest visit ilutt daylight nl him i-iill ihvn1, and then; hr.iU'r ao MPJIH? the j Afi'-r had boen n- ;i ;iiv: prison- coni posing the havti a to recommend iind liuvo iirtdcd to tho goncrul commit too to obtain ja majority pro ratu with vote as ex- prusbtMl at the That a chairumn bo named for man- agerial form of Kovmmicnt und a i chainnan In? named for those who I voted ngaiiist the and these fhairnuMi to form a sub- committee to carry out research work- in t'Oimeetion ot respective ------forms of city pove mutant and bring in reports from time to time as dl- reeled by general committee on call chairman. That the chai nftan ol tlmse ro- And ivbon he did find her she simply turned back on him Pi spectivi> committees he empowered to syend for clerical work in cou- with research work and more from timo to time as is necessary when approved by tho genera! com- mittoo and authorized by tho present j commissioners. j Those Present The following woro preseut: Mayor I Hardie, Commissioners Meech and j Freeman, A. Johnstono, John Scott, A. "Williamson, Brigadier-General Stewart, AY. S. Ball, H. G. Clarke, J. K. Simpson, D. It. Yules, H. Boyd, Or. Conybeare, W. Oliver, Dr. Rusk. G. Green. W. J. Nelson, R. Barrow- man, K. J. Sehl, B. Metcalfe, C. B. Bowman, J. GHniore, A. B. Hogg, K. W. Keikie, D. Duff. happy .'htUlrwi or tho of tho tioodfcllown MIM! others nwiH It Hi bio for to do. And for our old frionds, cooked sic dinners, either for old men who Krn alono, lliero four them; too other iwo worn sent for families living in rcoins whore (hey had no facilities for conking. We win warm flanneleUo gowns to six of oar old women- mado Into a nico Christ- ma sy parcel uloiyr with thoir ham- pers. In addition to the Herald's (iooil- fellow's Fund, the following douattous cunie to us direct: Alberta Candy Co.--Box of popcorn. Mrs. VI. 0. Graham--rase apples. H. sheep. This was cut up for ui by the Hums Co. Mrs. U M. l.athbridge Mercantile cases of apples, candy, threo Christ- mas trees. Western sncks on- ions, threo cases apples. Mrs. Mrs. doll. J. G. tons coal, books, toys, candy, cigars. Campbell. Wilson cases two pails candy, one box fancy biscuit, threo boxes milk chocolate. Twentieth Century n hi thci been followed, Talking as fast as he could. of course trying to make Mrs. Peter believe poor Old "he dear ;i herself '.nek over Hut the arcr soon til? Snowy (Jwi so nearly catch thf? his conscience be- hint and ho actually it really wasn't his fault that he hud been gone so long. At the same time he was trying to make himself believe it, too. Still little Mrs. PeUr didn't say a but kfipt her back to him and keyt trying to get away from him. did for iho dear Briar-patch, j After a while he grew tired of his Koihir.s liappeued on the there i own Toice. He begaa to wish that ;'.jui soon could not afford ui give the time Mayor Hardie was appointed chair- For'man, and Mr. Duff permanent secre- What comes "ONCE TO EVERY WOMAN; Is it Clandestine Love? to ,70 into managerial government bimsi'lr he tnnld not huw those tary. f.vlio expressed their views in favor of' the present i'onn of govern change their minds. Commissioner Freeman that Mr. Crfjen wan flit cyuhi consiilcrt-d assuming ton Report re Stenographer Tim majority report of the commit- let to go into the matter of appoint- ing a stenographer was adopted. This was tiiat the city commissioners ha ttoM who voted ial fannment ttaBd up. Mayor Hardlc said ho ruled tor it. Md tkrond Int. Dayton plan. Mr. HOK uo objection in the carry on the clerical work i a routine of business is established and a perma- nent employed. The membcrn of this committee You are constipated, bilious, and what you nciid is one- or two Caacarets tonight sure for jour liver and bowels. Then you will v.-alce up wondering what became of your dizziness, sick headache, bad cold, or upset, gassy stomach. No Inconven- ience. Children love Cascarets too. 10, 23, 50 cents. Spontaneous Combustion ITS CAUgE -AND- -PREVENTION HELF KEEP DOWN YOUR PREMIUMS 9. Waste, greasy or oily i often cause fire from tion. Burn them up! If you must store Hay oj- Sheave: left lying around, pontaneoui combus- 10. mproperly cured, always sprinkle with salt. Neglect to do thil may result in a fire from spontaneous combustion. Card. W. M. Se'lcr, Ityitj Fira Cominioner, Ir y Department, O N T O N 11. W. Ihs. Mrs. O. 0. suitar. J. 100 loarei of bread Kloml Classes of Wosley S. HIM boxes ot toys, fruit and clotli- Jimmy Mr. Mrs. AuKUstlifa Poor Mr. l.othbrldKu Shriners, per Dr. Leech, JM.OO. ilr. with to thank nil those who contributed to our fund, and tbuse who hiluwl us with Ilio work, thu llorald very Hpcclally for the Hood Fellow's fund, and for the stimulus which their dally column created, and the notary ror our hampers. Milk Station I. Milk was supplied durint; the month of to babies; [or 12 of tbeso It. was specially prepared'at the Mis- sion. Tho' Clinic wn? tho iirst two Wednuadays of the monlli. Christmas week anil the week follow- iiic could nut have a cllali; but hiiblos weru broujbt UK ou dlfferenl daya, whosu mothers wanted luslruu- tlonR rctardliij their (nod. (Hlfned) A. SI. TrU.KY. Bupt. What comos "ONCE TO EVERY WOMANf" Is it tho Kiss of Pucslon? ONLY TWO MORE DAYS OF THIS BIG SALE- T rn KUMMAGE oALL The the best results in this sale, those who can possibly j j do so should come In the morning hours, and leave the busier afternoon hours for those who cannot leave their homes in the morning. You will find special inducements waiting for you llQUVS each morning. nesses AN UNUSUALLY AT- TRACTIVE LINE OF DRESSES AT SALE PRICES I Here is a most remarkable selec- tion in a limited number of superb- ly materialed costumes Nvhose modes make them ideal for every wear, when something attractive is desired. Regular Coats AA Regular f 60.00 Coats A A for.......................... Regular J75.00 Coats for.........j. Regular Coats for................. Regular Coats for................. Regular ?125.00 Coats oats THE FINAL PRICE ON COATS This sale includes every winter coat, and, while the sijes are not entirely complete, still are so many different types of prac- tically all sizes are represented. You will need to make an early selactton for at these prices we eipect every to to. Regular J22.50 Drcsseg for..................... Regular Dresses Regular ?3S.GO Dresses for..................... Regular Dresses for..................... Regular ?60.00 Bresses for................. Regular J6S.OO Dresses for..................... Regular ?TO.OO Dresses for..................... Regular J75.00 Dresses for.................... Free 1 Free H J wC' a se To be given away absolutely free to the persons making the nearest guesses to the correct number of pennies in our window, the following prizes will be given: and Hudson Seal Fur Cape, valued at Velour Coat, with beaver collar, valued at Blouse, ham] i broidered, valued at Underskirt, value'd To the next 'six nearest estimates a pair ot Silk Hose valued at S3 00 per pair Aii estimate card riven with a purchase oi 51.00 or over. Come in and try may be a priie Jrirts A REAL SALE OF HIGH- EST QUALITY SKIRTS Every skirt in this sale Is taken right out of regular stock..'They are, every one of them, the very best in material, making, and mode, that money can buy. But we do not carry river our wear from one season to tho next and therefore every skirt in this sale is marked at final clearance prices Regular ?13.50 Skirts for Regular ?18.50 Skirts for................... Regular J19.50 Skirts for Regular 321.50 Skirts for Regular ?M.50 Skirts Regular Sltirts tor Regular Sltirts for Regular Skirts louses AN EXTRA SPECIAL ATTRACTION We have given some blouse bar- gains of late, but this is the king of them all. We have taken all our blouses right up to and put them in one lot. There are over- blouses and plainer styles to'suit all. Some are in silk, others are in crepe de chine, and many more iii georgette. They are all this season's new styles, and a good as- sortment of sizes in the lot; also a good selection of colors. RYLAND'S RUMMAGE SALE PRICE A Mothers' Opportunity Sale of Girls' Coats We intend to clear out all our Girls' Coats. There are only a dozen left, and these are in small sizes only three and four years and 10 years. mn Egg. Coats Coats for. Reg. Coats for... .Reg. Coats f or.. The Big Store With the Big M V AND COMPANY Big New Stock of Seasonable Goods at Cut Prices i! I ;