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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TWELVBT Un'HHKIWB DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10. WHITEY MAKESJUP JHSJUIND TO STAY BY THORNTON W. BURGESS What lisa is ii being rlsht Ii you can't back it ut> with noshl? the Snowy owl. LOCAL TALENI IN "DEARESIMAMA" Performance, Under Auspices of Sir Alexander Call Chapter, I.O.D.E. on Friday Evening SINN FQNERS HIDE FROM CAMERA Ot Wiiiujy wmld sity u' tiling like thai, lie t-omes tVom a Und wlirro gentleness and kindness are liitl-i known and when1, it ho longest1, trho is Yun nee Wliifpy too Owl makes liis hoiin! in ihti i-Mr North, the land ot unil ire for the jrroator part of Tlio yoi-.r. 'I'Jiat ia why he vearr- ;i fiuf. liiiow most of whu live way up there in Of nmrac. them is .1 reason 1'or it, and (hue reason is that by ang in white, to match thv tmov all about them it Is easier to "pouiain iniseen. it Is seldom that Wuiuv- H'.oniss so far touth us ha had J He wouldn't have done it thU time but for ihe hard tho Far North. Ho had had to My south eyes whether he was welcome there or" not. Those who desire to see talent the front will hive an owurtunity i on Friday, when "Dearest Mama" will !w put on at the under tho i auspices of tho Sir Alexander Oalt Chapter, 1. O. K. The playlet is I very highly spoken of. and will in- j troduce to tho public amateur actors aud actresses who have not hitherto graced tho limelight. In the' naino -piece will be Mrs. Oonyboare. with a I comparatively new-owner in tha city, Miss blossoiatag ii3 thy younK too mucfc in- ierfcreil with by "Dearest Miuaa." Tiien there win bu who. while he presides over the telegraphic, wires in the is sivan 'the chance of proving a real 'liTO iwire" in amateur drama. This is Mr. Hoy Keivill of the C. F. R. telegraphs. He will yupiioi't Miss .Edwards as one jot tho of whom she ia yellow the better half. Miss Minnie Haiel A SUGGESTION The abundant Jwahh- giving properties of ScottsEmulsion ore needful to fu as to children. W it, Toronto, out. Sinn FeinerR Iniernftd ift County Dowii, Ireland, covered their faces with white cloths wlieii attempts made to photograph them. DISCUSS CREDITS disport herself as a merry widow, j and there is the noceasnry uncle in illr. George Fleming As the bachelor friend of the husband in tlia play Mr. PARIS, Jan. Lloyd George intends to discuss with. Prem- ier Briand at their meeting beginning January So-ths question of internat- ional credits, aayu the Echo De Paris. He has reached this newspaper declares, with the idea of, from leading statesmen since being remedying r.uy economic crisis which named head of the new t'rench gov- may exist. BRIAND GETS MESSAGES PARIS, Jan. llriand ___ __________..... decision, the [has received a number of telesnims tho allies might be drawn closer. eminent, them were mes- sages froift Premier Lloyd George of Kiigland and Premiers Oiolitti of Italy and Wiart of Belgium, nil of whom expressed their warm sympathy and the hope that tho bonds uniting or starve. So this is how lo appear on the Green Moadovi and in tbe Green Forest, both now eowr- j tiently JwtcUMl ha.lt the morning, j jjrje ]ngs wjil present himself. with snow. He wasn'l .welcome "That Mouse co'Ud me because of there. Goodness, no! 'my dark coat, bnt he didn't see that "Just as if we. didn't have hard i fellow at all. 1C he stays around here enouBU work to kean out of tbe i long some of the rest of us wtli HARVESTERS FROM EAST WERE LOITERING AND GET TERM IN JAIL Loitering at the station at Warner, and being regarded as suspicious characters, iu that there was at ihe time a large sum of money in the hands of the station agent, two men, Harold Young and Charles Kemp, ______ ot those who rightfully hunt to moTe." us. because they belong here, with- as it' it .wasn't hard enough to nut lu'.Ting to be evorlaslingly on thttlftet a HTing without having this tor that white Ktrsngar inakiiig himself a', home oomplaincd Danny Meadow Mouse to I here." grumbled Old Man Coyote. Polar Rabbit. "1 hate him! 1 do j "Why-doesn't he stay where he be- Tilings hare reached such a stats thatjloiigsT ought to drive him away. 3 hardly dare poke my head above j Tbat's what we ought to do. drive the snow. That white coat Qi his him away." Old Man Coyote brightea- doeiu't give a fellow half a chance. Jed at the idea, but became gloomy were arrested by Constable Hidson, of I have mistaken him.for a lamp again as he failed to think of any I the A. P. P., after a chase in which ut aud he has all but caught me. i way that this could be done. he had to call the aid of a passing It isn't fair. I tell you it isn't fair. I .Meanwhile. Whitey was very well farmer in a buggy to overtake the fug- .Isg the Hawk's dark coat, tbe satiified. That fat hc-n he had stolen I itives. They proved to be two harvest- ers from Kentville, N. S., who had ________ _ done nothing for the last two months. tins snow and give a fellow a! long time. There had been a lot of One of the men had been put off a fat hens, there, and they seemed such [freight train in trying to get a free rad one of Jleddy Fox and tho gray from Farmer Brown's henyard wag one of Old Man Coyote show up i the easiest meal he had caught in a Chance it' he uses his eyes." "That's replied Peter. "That's true. If we had white coats ourselves it would sort of eveu things up. But the only ones arouud here with white coats are Shadow the Weasel and my cousin. Jumper the Hare. I notice that even they are anxious with this big white robber about." And Whitey re-jeived no wanner welcome from those who did not fear him. "Times are hard enough without this fellow taking the- food out of the uioutha of honest whined Reddy Fox, as he licked the wounds made by the claws and beak vi whom he had so misjudged as to tiv to catch. "Look nfthat! Just look at exclaimed Koilshleg the Hawk bitter- ly, its he watched Whitey catcll a for whom ho himself had pa- stupid birds that he was sure ho could jet one whcneTW he was hungry. lie had intended tu more on to the sea- coast, for that is .where he is most at home, but such eaily liring was a temptation not to bVresisted. So Whit- ey decided to remain, and lie didn't care a snap of his yellow eyes whether he was welcome there or not (Copyright, 1951, by T. W. Burgess) next story: "Sammy Jay and Blacky the Crow Put Their Heads To- gether." Eases Quickly When You Apply a Little Mysterole. And Musterole won't "blister like the. old-fashioned mustard plaster. Just spread it on with your fingers. It penetrates to the sore spot with a gentle tingle, loosens the congestion end draws cot tbe soreness and pain. Alusterole' ia a clean, white oint- ment made with oil of mustard. It is fine for quick relief son throat, bronchitis, tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, headache, congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lum- bago, pains and aches of the back or joints, Uains, frosted feet, colds on the chest, Nbthing like Musterole for croupy chil- urec. Keep it handy for instant use. GENEROUS TO THE CHILDREN'S SHELTER The generality of the public it betokened by the sum of which wan placed In the dif- ferent'collection boxes In aid of ihe Children's Shelter, placed In the hotels, restaurants, stores, etc., in city, during month of December. This sum vtll be devoted to brightening the lives of the kiddies in the purchase of a musical Instrument of some kind, and in other ways of help, ing on the institution. FIRES AT WORCESTER WORCESTER: Mass., Jan. fires of unknown early tjiia morning caused an estimated loss of in the business section of. this city. I 'ORK MAYOR MUST BE DELIVERED 4 j SWEDEN DOESN'T NEED A LOAN STOCKHOLM, Jan. Swed- ish government authorizes a denial oE tho report that Sweden contemplates negotiating a loan in .the United States or elsewhere. Emphasis is laid on tho 'statement that the government doea not need a loan. WASHINGTON, Jan. Counsel for Donald O'Callag- han, lord mayor of Cork, who arrived in tho United States recently without a passport, was directed' tollay by Secre- tary "Wilson to deliver the lord mayor "promptly" to the 1m- minraUoil inspector at Nor- folk. I SUBSTITUTE ANNUAL PAYMENTS I PARIS, Jon. ot the plan "of firing the total amount of preparations to be- paid by Germany i and' the substitution of annual pay- ments .has. bee.n .agreed upon by I Prance, fefeat' Britain 'and Germany, i says a Berlin dispatch to the Journal. I The 'newspaper' says that for a period t of five years the annual payments will I be made in hind, under the terrfl.3 of t the arrangement made. PIUS Dr. Chise'a Ointment will relievn you at onco mil afford lasting benefit eoc, a box; all dealers, qt Edmuisnn, Bates i Co., Limited, I Toronto. Sample Box free ii you mention tola Moer wad 3e. sump Be not mini i another wth Itching, fileed- or Protrud I ing No oper- atioii required i u at t Comfort Baby's Skin With jCuticnra Soap And Fragrant Talcum B AWDEN BRO Convincing Quality Convincing Prices. S STOCK-REDUCING and PRE-IN VENTORY SALE SAVES YOU MONEY We Are Too Busy to Give a Detailed List GENUINE REDUCTIONS on all FURNITURE, BEDS, BEDDING, CARPETS, CURTAINS, and DRAPERIES Get Your Requirements at This Sale ride. They were fined each- or 30 i I Idays, and being without the cash, took 11 the jail sentence. They were eacorted t'o Lethbridge and lodged In tha pro vincial jail on Monday. And now comes the last of our winter season's sales with the most startlingly_low-priced offerings ever presented at any store of quality wear: Savings of from twenty to fifty dollars on every garment mean an opportunity to everyone who knows the best in wear to purchase the cream of winter's fashions at last call prices. But once in a lifetime does the woman of nicety in her requirements of dress have such an opportunity asVhis to purchase suits of finest majte, highest grade in materials, and true vogue in styling at prices as ridiculously low as these. Reg. Suits for......... Reg. Suits for Reg. Suits .for Reg. Suits for Reg. Suits for Reg, Suits for......... Reg. Suits for Reg. Suits for......... Reg. Suits for Regular for........ T Q Including all that remain of our self trimmed, liwtw w richly lined, silk lined, exquisitely tailored or beautifully-draped coats and wraps at prices never reached before in any reduction offering. Regular KA Regular for Regular for.......... for FURS! Nothing entire stock is now on sale at ever buy Furs for a long time to come, if ever again. Taupe Opossum Muff, reg. for.............. 2 Men's Caps, regular Pointed Fox Set, regular for........... Sable and Hudson Muff, regular for..... Ring Tail Opossum. for...... Opossum Collar, regular for............ Black Wolf Scarf, regular for............ just HALF PRICE. This is cheaper than you will COME AND SAVE BY SPENDING. Mole Scarf, regular for Sable and'Hudson Cape, regular for...... Black Scarf, regular for................... Black Scarf, regular 25.00 tor.............. Hudson Seal Coat, sable trimmed, regular Hudson Seal, self trim- for Hudson Opossum, reg. for........ THE NEW THINGS FIRST R YLANDQ AND COMPANY ;