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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta Iff THE usTHBrnnci DAILY HERALD MONDAY, JANUARY 34. 1921 WHITEY HAS A TERRIBLE FRIGHT BY THOfWTON W. BURGESS All things are tor uouie good, 'tin Joy, sorrow, trouble, even fear. Jay. Jay doing one of tMfiffe to do ia an the WorW. balac when fce was 1m iHit. He WM of utttiug Wd- la that He cedar tme In Farmer 't toon-art. Kb wfcwi fairly to him OTV to tie Greea It vu tke kto4 o( to keep Bat be did, kxvw that wu tbv only ta what M wt out da. And B wwt tor Joat kimMU No, air. tt nwmt }Mt K ftsr an the Mt auter. wu Sammy tor' WlHey the Owl white robber from the Fur .nn.gr Famar Brown I On the of Farmer Brown's hen- ______i'mlgntnot come that day, I house ait a straight white form. rtkat case Sammy would have to be I another day. It have1 hearu the door of Farmer Browns a lot cooler Sammy have house open and saw Farmer Brown's that Whitey would come hoy look out to see what all that fuss a minute or two. They ached and to his hands was his terrible gun. L starinM out over the mow for Sammy Hopped screaming and held lau Wteahe opened them he blinked his breath. What would happen now? 5te .fa he doubted those eye..Would this be the end of that great Triiich had never failed him. On the white robber who had brought such ot Firmer Brown', nenho.se fear to the Green Forest and the i white form! It hadn't been Meadows? Sammy didn't know wheth. Sammy closed his er he really hoped or not. HB want- __ ed whiter 4rtTen away. He wouldn't have felt sorry to have seen Whitey killed In a fight with some one who belonged In the Green Forest. But terrible guns were such unfair things. Then, too, he had thought that Farm- er Browc's boy had liven up using that terrible gun. He watched Farmer Brown's boy put that terrible gun to his shoulder and point It at Whitey. Then fire flashed from the end of that terrible gun and a dreadful bang, bang followed. Sammy closed hlg eyes for a minute. When he opened them he expected to see Whitey dead on the snow. Instead he, saw Whitey flying away as fast as his] wings conW take him, and It was clear; that he meant to keep right on going. He was frightened an Owt as ever spread silent wings. bat there it was now! He had heard not the faintest. Yet there mi tkat stralfht big white form on the root of the henhouse, just as if it had there all the time. There wu no n-1 taking who it wu; was Whltey the Owl, the very ou for whom Sammy had been wait- ing so long. He could see the great, rand, fierce, yellow eyes glaring down Into the henyard. He could even see the disappointment in them at discov- ering that the henyard was empty. opened his mouth and at the top of his lungs began to scream. "Thief! thief! he screamed. He saw Wlltcy turn his head and glare over at the big cedar tree, and the fierce look in those eyes almost made Sammy lose his voice. But it fida't quite, and he continued to "Thief! thief! thief! With a feeling of great relief, he Savings Deposits Show An increase OTTAWA, Jan. (Can. Press.) bank statement for December issued by the finance department to- day shows an increase in savings deposits of rather less than a million dollars. They 000 as against in Dccem her 1919. During the month, demand deposits dropped from "eposits outside Canada increased by about Current loans in Canada dropped dur- ng the month from to During the same peri- od hjwaver, current loans outside Canada increased from to Call loans in Canada ncreased six millions, call loans outside of Canada -decreased fay sev- en millions. (Copyright, 1921, by T. W. GERMANY'S DELIVERIES ON REPARATION ACCOUNT TO DEC. 31 PAKIS, Jan. A detailed Ult of the yarlom deliveries made by Oer- to tke allies in execution of the treat? at Versailles during the Int y-ear it WIB in force hai been iMned b7 reparation! commia- AMX. The deliveries were made on uccouut up to Decem- ber, 31. The chief item is cnal, amounting to IT, tout; totslline kilos, were .Other deliveries were: Steamers, iMillnK vessels and fishing boats tons; inland 'navigation mater- tons; livestock 360.167 ted; Ked ffllos; rolling trucks auto jtrmcka fixed railway materials tons, and agricultural machin- ery Article 238 of the provides Afeib Germany shall effect resltution of objects ol every nature an dsecurities And cash, tolled or sequestrated. Re- for the year show the following deliveries under this article to AgrtcuHnral machinery machines; industrial machinery tons; locomotives 13; truck; KIDNEY PILLS Do no: ion, another dkr wifli lulling. Bleed- or Protmd PIIF3 m m L.L.M9 attoii reflulred. Pr. Chue'f Ointment will relieve you at onui ftad lasting benefit 60c. a box: Auleri, or Kdmwison, A Co., Llmltc4. Tmnto. Bunple fivi. free 1( you mention tu3 d eoolOH 3o. t e Smoke To Belgium: AgricnHnral machin- ery fourteen machines; industrial ma- hinery tons; locBjnotives 394; trucks 1S.S97. Allocation by tha commission shows that Francs received the largest share with Belgium second and Italy third. The United States appears on the list two items: Dyestuftf, kilos and auto trucks Great Britmta received tons of shipping and kiloe of dyeatnfli and auio trucks. France received tons of coiU; Italy tons; Belgium and tont. kilos of dyestuifs; Italy Belgium Japan Franca received gross tone snipe, Italy and Belgium tons. France and Belgium share in all livestock- deliveries, the former re- ceiving Z07.94! head and the litter With the exception of 200 kilos to Italy, France and Belgium all re- ceived all the seed. Francs getting kilos and Belgium kilos. Prance received agri- cultural machines and tools, and Bel- glum constituting the total delivered. Prance, received locomotives and Belgium Nine- teen thousand tons of ammonium sul- phate went to France. COLEMAN TEACHER GOES TO PINCHER CREEK (From Our Own Correspondent) COLKMAN, Jan. Chrissie Allan was suddenly seized with ap- pendicitis on Wednesday morning and had to be hurried to the hospital. Bhe was operated upon almost Immediate- ly and is making favorable progress. Prof. Alexander, phrenologist, is making a lengthy stay in our midst. ,He has created quite an Interest by his thoughtful leeturtis and by the dem- onstration of his art. Miss McConncl, who has been a member of the public school staff, leaves shortly to assume a similar position at Pinchor Creek. On Friday evening about thirty of her young friends met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Pipes to bid her good-bye. Cards, music and dancing were enjoyed by the gathering until the sma' hours." The biggest surprise of the evening was the pres- entation to Miss McConnoll of address accompanied by a gold wrist watch, the gift of her friends, as a token of thefr regard and esteem. He grots were briefly eipressed about her us during her stay she has made a host of friends. The bast wishes accompany her and we hope to hear of her success in the new sphere of activity. it Get acquainted with jour neighbor might like hiDij British Slashed Floating Debt In United States Nearly Hundred Millions Cut Off in One Year, Wash- ington is Advised WASHINGTON, Jim. Hritaln last year rodm-ed its floating debt in tho United Stutas by nearly flOO.MO.OOO. the department of com- merce was i-ifonnt'd tudu.v by Consul- General Skinner at Ixmdon. The dis- patch eaid that at tho end of last November the British floating debt io this country was consist- ing of three months treasury bills amounting to and starling troasurv bills of 12 months, IIIR to At tho end of No- votabcr, 1919, the floating debt was This is eiclasive of lone time loans obtained by Great Britain from the United States government and Unit- ed States bankers. 1U1I Welcft ta hat i A good WM aad by who attended and MO Mr. Welch S'.tlni aartker on J.imnrv Rvvrybody welcome. FREIGHT EXCHANGE RATES SET FOR THIS MONTH BY COMM. OTTAWA, Jan. (Onadlan rate of exchange on friiijht charges for shiimionU between Canadian points and points in the United States has been flicd by the toard of railway commissioners for Canada at conts and the 'Sur- charge of the same traffic at eight per cent., those rates to apply be- tween January 32 and January 31, 1921, inclusive. In connection with tho board's judg- ment dated January 14 last dealing with exchange on freight shipments, it is announced tliat the board will periodically fix a rate to apply on such shipments regulating the ex- change from time to time as condi- tions demand. TmdOutlfTbe Irish Leaders Have Passports SLEIGH RAN UNDER STREET CAR, CHILD AT MONTREAL KILLED MONTREAL, Jan. down a hill at Cedar Avenue to Cote Des Neiges 'Road when the rope of his toboggan broke, Kenneth Thom- as'Wallace, 4 years old, glided under a street car and was instantly killed before his mother's eyes yesterday afternoon. WASHINGTON, Jan. de- mand to know whether some of prominent Irish leaders connoted with the loan to tho Irish movement, with at 411 Fifth avenue. New York, have proper passports and how they got into the United States will be made in the next few days by the state depart- ment, it was learned itbday. Some of the leaders affected are James members of tho British parliament and De Valera's right hand mail af- ter De Valera's break with the Friends of Irish Freedom; Harry Boland, con- fldential secretary to De Valflra; Wil- liam Mellows, member of the British parliament; John Nunani. It is understood that the state de- partment acting on jtorf precedent es- tablished in the O'Callaghan case, kwtll call on the labor department to know how these men gained entrance into the country, and if it should de- velop, as officials of tUe depart- ment suspect, that these men have no passports, the next step will be 'demand their deportation. Pembroke has purchased two new gasoline turbine pumps with a capac- ity of and 800 gallons. JAPAN AND S. COMING TO TERMS TOKYO. Jan. be- tween and the DnHed fur adjttttiaent of Issues resulting from tho antl-gjieo land legislation by tha state of California were declared te be aatltiactory aud hon-rul. by Prem- ier Han and Foreign Minister Uehi- da In addrauvs yesterday at the open- Ing of Japanese diet. Touching on diaarmameut, viscount Uehlda aild it would he welcomed (or the general welfare of the human race. NEW YOKK, Jan. Morse, whose accounting firm audited tho books of the Bethlehem Ship- building company, today appeared be- fore the Wulsh committee investigat- ing affairs of the United States Ship-' ping Board, and corroborated testi- mony of-Col. B. B. Abadie, former general comptroller, concerning dis- covery of a voucher for al- leged to cover personal expenses of Chas. M. Schwab for October, 1918. Mr. Morse said he told Col. Abadie. under whose direction the audit was carried on, of the discovery of thej. voucher. Crime Wave Again Sweeps N. Y. Gty NEW YORK. JM. ranee of crime tMtedtaf two men dying In bntptUii from in- juries Indicted by highwaymen and five kolrtups, featured the wu0k-ond operations ut In Uruter New York and Its environs. One man was shot and klltol on a crowded street In broad daylight; another WM killed In nn attempt to prevent the robbery of a store on Bait 42nd street, while the. .hird, an 18-year-old choir boy, was found dead on the road track near Richmond Hill, with several bones broken and his lacerated. Armed UaDdits operating near Tarrytown obtained loot valued at more than early today wheu they held up auto parties and milk wagons. Influence is what you think you have until you try to use it. Cuticura Soap AND OINTMENT Clear the Skin urpose is to Develop Public Spirit in the Community- Children Entertained (From Our Own Correspondent) WREXTHAM, Jan. Satur- Januan' I5tlif tha annual meet- ng of the rateiniyers was held in Pa- icnce school house. Thpre was also to te an election from the districts oC Wrentham and North Wrenthun. Mr. 'erry Jones, from Wrontham, and Mr. Spackman, of North "VVreiituam, were both re-elected. All reports were read and discussed. On account of the verjf bad storm :here Vere only a very few present. Thursday evening, January 20th, the children of the second room of the school here enjoyed themselves in a social and candy-pull in the school room. The seats were moved back and ;ames were the order of the evening. Then, after playing games for some time, they enjoyed a few dances, after which the ladies of the district served unch. After lunch, there was some more dancing. Last, but by no means least came the candy-making and puli- ng. Needless to say this brought no end of fun. The party broke up at p.m., having been in session from iour o'clock. It was a big success and the children have asked Mr. Cooniba, their teacher, to arrange for another iu two week's time. Friday evening, January 2tst, wit- nessed the organization of the Wren- tham Community Club. The meeting was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. McDougall. There were quite a num- ber present for the first evening and the business -was started immediately. Mr. Coombs was elected chairman of the meeting and the following officers were elected: President, Mrs. N. L. Eliason; vice-president, Mr. Oscar Strand; secretary-treasurer, Miss May White; executive S. W. Coombs, Mr. P. McDcugall aud Mrs. L. Davles. The name of "Wrentham Commun- ity League" was chosen. Our object is the general improvement cf its members, and the advancement of the interests of the community. The motto one knows what- he can do until ho tries." The society colors was left to the executive to choose. The consti- tution provide for a quarterly fee of 25c. Anyone of good character may become a member by signing the con- stitution and paying the quarterly fee. The meetings are to hold every other Wednesday in Wrentham, Alter all the business was transacted the following programme was rendered: Song, P. McDougall, "I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen." Piano solo, Mrs. p. McDougall, "Dreamy Moon." -Rcailing: Mrs. X. L. Eliason. Song, S. W. Coombs, "The Heart Mowed Down.' The following program will be given on Wednesday, February 2nd: Debate, "Resolved that the Wheat Pool would bo a benefit to Canada." Afllrm.it.Ye, Mr. Oscar Strand, Mr. Pef.er MrDoug- all. Negative, Mr. S. W. Coombs, Mr. Darell Perkins. Current Events, Miss Lily Perkins. Reading, Mian May White. Stump Upeeuli, Mr. Krugen. Piano solo, Mrs. ,V Oatlund. .Reading; Mrs. Davis. Solo. S. W. Coombs. Talk on benefits of a Literary Soctely to a Community, Mr. He-swell. Solo, Mr. liichanl BoswuII. God Save the King. 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