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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, THE DAILY HERALfc PETER FINDS BUSTER BEAR'S COAT IS BLACK BY THORNTON W. BURGESS Black is black, und white i Wrong is wrong, ant! right ilio Hare had told the truth, Peter liiiin'i doubt that Jumper thought ho hart '.eld the truth. It was :i startling story. Juniper hud said that LiiiEtcr Bear was still dress- ed in black, iust always lutu liren, that he not slept u net or the zreat windfall, at all. Yet Pyter. with his own area, hat? seen some one Kith a sloopins under the great windfall anil Ins uoso had loM him that it was a bear. Buster Bear .war, the bear any of tho little oi the Green Forest ever r-cci1. tlisre. Do you wonder that Peter's rrsiv! tojisy tnr-.'y? HP didn't Tvhat to believe and v. hul nor to. Juniper is thought r.s ha scampered through the Green yorost yearcii of Buster Fear. "lie hi' :iiist.i'-.en. Of course ho is mistaken. Hr.ster Bear must have boeu thiit groat windfall we it, and when I find him I ain sure I will discover a brown patch EciiKewhrre his coat. Jumper must white; f right. Rabbit. There, just a little way off, was Buster Bear. It takes a joint ol beef to Bottle of Bovril. BOVRIL Never Profiteered Has not changed since 1914 Same Price Same Quality Same Quantity city council. P. R. Resolution Tom MaEdaler? of Temiskimlnf. sought second reading for his bill en- ablins 'municipalities to adopt propoo representation for municipal elections. It provides that if a peti- i (ion Is signed by at least five cant. I ot ttie electors a plebiscite be taken as to tbo advisability of bring- i ing the act into force is the munlclpal- ity. Premier Drury said that quite prop- erly party politics were kept out of Bill Introduced in legislature Providing For Plebiscites on ihp Matter me Bailer looking for that patch of brown .he' sure he would find somewhere, on it. At first Buster was back to I'yter, Very carefully Peter studied M-ioiikcd it. Perhaps the sun was in his eyes, or maybe it was too dark fov him to see clearly. Anyway, I've sot to find Buster Bear. I've got to sea that coat ot his for myself, and I've KOI to ask hinl about where he all winter. I wonder where he is." Peter was headed up the Laughing Brook toward the pond 'of Paddy the Beaver deep in the Green Forest. He suspected that Buster might be some- v.'hero near that. About half way there he heard a noise off to one side that caused him to stop abruptly and ait up to listen. Then very carefully he crept toward it. He peeped around a big tree. There, just a little way off, wag Buster Boar. With his great claws be was tearing apart an old stump. At the same time he was "grumbling to himself. Peter knew what he >was tear- ing that old stump to pieces for; ho was looking for ants or grubs that might be inside it. Peter took the greatest care not to let Buster Bear know that he was, y, about. It was clear that Buster was cross. Peter gueased why. It was be-i cause Buster was hungry. "When Peter had last seen him, just fit the hog in- ning of winter, he had beeu fat- Xow ha was thin. It was clear that he had been out and about long enough to hare used up all fat, and he hadn't been able to find enough .food to make more. The way he whined and grum- bled and growled showed he .was very hungry, and he was CTOBE because he was hungry. Hunger makes some people cross. So Peter remained hidden where he cmsld watch Buster Bear without dan- ger of being ceen by Buster. Eagerly Peter studied- Buster's coat. He was that big' It was black, every fait of it. There wasn't a. browu hair to be seen. Presently Buster turned so that Peter could see all of one side. There was no brown patch, not a trace oE one. It was the same with the other side when he got a chance to look at that. Finally Buster sat up facing and again Peter failed to nnd a patch of brown. Peter was forced to admit to him- self that Jumper the Hare had been right about that coat. It was black, all black. The only brown on Buster Bear was right around his nose, where the hair is very short. The brown Peter had seen under the great wind- fall had been loug. Peter looked and looked -until his eyes ached, bin all the looking in the world couldn't make a brown patch where there wasn't one. Buster Bear was dressed just p.s be al- ways had been, all and that was all there was to it. (Copyright, 1921, by T. W. Burgess) TORONTO. March tin lature yesterday Hon. W. E. Raney, nttonu-y-genoi-ii, introduced an amend- ment to the Loan and Trust Corpora- tion? Act. The bill provides that loan anil trust companies may receive dt> posits up to twice ihe amount of the' paid up capital and Pro-! vision i? made for quarterly returns i of all deposits, this being to safe- guard the solvency of the companies. The attorney-general introduced an amendment to the Police Magistrate's Act providing for the appointment of f women far-re aching. So far as federal and provincial elec- tions were concerned. Premier Drury i continued, proportional representation Jegis- would '''prevent the manipulation of electoral divisions to the advantage of any particular party." It would also insure that minorities would be repre- sented much more nearly in propor- tion to their number than they are at present. He favored the scheme. A second reading was given the bill. Rev. W. Blankley, pastor of tho Baptist Church, St. Mary's, aas resigned. Henry Livens, who has bean in jbus- magistrates in cities of over iness at Seatorth for 30 years, died, upon the application of the aged 70. Surpassing all others in Delicacy and Fragrance "SALADA" Th e next story: "Peter Uses His Send us a post card for a free sample, the price you now pay and if you use Black, Green or Mixed Addresa Salada, TprontOj IDLADI PMONK UM CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The Cheevip Club will hold their dance tonight iu Harper's hall. The regular practice St. Patrick's choir will be held tonight at the church at S p.m. a It has been decided 'by the Daugh- ters and Maids of England to hold one more whist drive in the series after which another will be held and the aggregate prizes given to the lady and gentleman with the highest score for the season.' o The regular monthly meeting of the Major Jack Rosa Chapter !.o D.E will be held In. the Armories on Pri. day at 'i, o'clock. All members are urged to present. MUST BE GROUND FOR SEARCH UNDER 0. T. ACT TORONTO, Mar. than oae judge in the second divisional court at Oigoode Hall this morning 'expreised tho view that tho Ontario Temperance Act gave no right to search npoii mero supicion, and that there must be a belief that there is llqnor unlawfully on the premises be- fore a search is justified. These viewn were aired when j. o. L. Sprack- appeal from the decision of Jus- tice Mlddlcton's awarding O. E. Flem- ing K.C., of 1500 damages (or trepatfe on Mr. Fleming's yacht uader toe guise of conducting a search for liquor reached. Judgment ,WM reserved. THREE MONTREAL FIREMEN HURT MONTREAL. Mar flre- tten were injured and a third asphy- xiated while flghtlng a Ore which de- a residential block valued at situated between Jerome and Bonleau street this morning. of Ottawa, died from ft Mow on tte Umpta with a hockey AT THE NEW LOW PRICES Also a complete range of Linoleum Oilcloth Rugs in new colorings and designs, show- ing much improvement over those of last season. Early choosers of these service- able floor coverings will naturally have the best choice.' NOTE THESE PRICES G feet wide Heavy Printed Linoleum; per yard G feet wide Nairn's best Inlaid Lino- leum; yard .......f .T............. C feet wide Heavy Priuted Floor -t o g Oilcloth; 18-inch Stair yard 22-inch Stair yard..................................ODC 22-mcIi Key Border Passage Linoleum; yard 6' x Linoleum