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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, MARCH 17, ihi. Mrs. llllriter Uu Hours ini MRS. BUSTER IS MUCH TALKED ABOUT BY THORNTON W. BURGESS 1 You'll find when is gos-sip liar, rosin: th t I'Vivst. Tlial ono tun i way iif UiinUiTm." Timid WHO whiii'LVnt th j nut 01 ;i IHtU- hoi Mil stumn. innldtMl Ills dead In univi'iiiiMit. "Von ii.tiil JU'iueihint; llu'ii, i KtMdy In- "You wr- 1 l.iinty said somt'tllill" tlu'ii, Tim tail's- i icu aiv M do uluuit n'.' to time II-M- uiu of the. ilnvn K'UY i Tho idea of ''iinid llnh1 WliiU't'iidi doinu nnythiun dr-ivi- rr.Mt Mrs. IVar out of tho Kot i1 ;t UM. made the most of this. He -was; so eager to be the first to carry tlio news through the Green and over the Green Meadows thai he nl-j most forgot to eat, and vlien Peter forgets to eat he is very much exL-iiod, j indeed. r At first no one would believe Peter.) Black the Crow told him that he must liavfi dreamed it. But no sooner had j Peter started on to tell sofhe one else I than Black headed straight for that I part of the Green Forest where Peter j had seen Mrs. Buster. So did Reddy: Fox and Old Man Covote and all the] tfie him that others who could. They didn't believe must nave dreamed it. Peter, but they wanted to be sure. Of course, they found that Peter told the t.r.ith and at once there was the' Did you ever see_a brown Red Fox greatest excitement amon? the -little} "N'o." replied %eddy. "no. lU' said he slowly, j "wo I'an't drivf lior out. but it" we Mvjilly don't lion- we I I'ri.LdU'.'M Itor oin. I tion't say it can bo ilojic. hut i! iiono. Sin1 wasn't j invitoil here by any of us. I don't know of any onr Ijut llustoc wants her hoi'o. lit, call a meet ins i tall; Ii ovor." T can't people of the Forest and the i say tluu I.ever did. But have you for- Grecn Meadows, Thyre hadn't been; gotten that son of mine who hud a Biich excitement since the day Buster 1 black coat? If there can be a black Bear himself had been discovered j Red Fox, why not a brown Bbvk there. And how the tongues did fly! Of course. Veter told all that he had} Sammy looked just as he f0 'From Our Own ORKSTO.V.'RC., Mar. i had its finest touch of winter weather 'over tho week-end. On Friday u 1 milu-an-lumr Rale set in. accompanied by siu'.'.v flurries, and this continued I well into and since then [wo, Imve been having it flve above jicero almost every morning. At Iiistor i and Canyon 'City tho v, iud was not i s-.i serious and at iioitits a anow-l opynyht. 1- burgess) i t-aU oi ahout pjx is i, i- I The snow is several inches deep Ihe next story: A Meetmf iu tUe fiatsanil has Iml thc range feed hoiest. thero out of business, much to the chagrin of cattlemen, who were confi- dent the winter was over and no more lay feeding would be necessary this season. From appoarances the cut of lum- ber in this section will be double al- most any previous year. At Wynndet men are at 'work fitting up the new AVinlaw mill for the season's cut, with almost feet of logs in sight, 'while at Kitchener at least two new mills will be operating. These are all in addition to tho Canyon City j j Lumber Co., Ltd., mill which is nowl i in operation. The mills this year will devote considerable time to the cut- iins: of ties, fpr which there is a fine demand. Tha Staples Fruit Co.. Ltd., haa this week notified all the growers that I the firm will be handling all lines of fruit and supplies this season on PROFITS CONK FOR PRESENT IN HUSINESS THROUGHOUT CANADA TOKONTO. M.iri'h T. Hun- ter, vlvo-proiililcnl of the MH.oiui Pub- lifihlnK compiiny. utUlresytiis tho Ki- wnnly club ht.-ru ycstnrdny, RHlil that a iwi'tit cunviiss. of the iiiun-liunis mft- sitli; ot I ho liirco cities showed tllul tlioy wcrn KotlliiK just as bis u turn- over as cvnr, but not prolltn. he pnid. l'havn undoubtedly JTOUO to idcros. hut business is nil over Canada." Tho retailers at pres- ent were buying on u hand to'mouth basis, ho said, but when the right lime cunie business v.-nuld start mov- ing. "I bc-llevo we are iu 1'or a period of prolonged, keen competition." Mi1. Hunter said. "I believe that only buciness put on a keen business basis wilt survive." Tho installation of labor saving de- vices and tiiw cutting out of waste were urged by Mr. Hunter. He added that ouc of the host labor saving de- vices was advertising. Harris Selifr Breinner, aged 60. a New York business man. was found dead at a Russian bath in Montreal, dying apparently from tho shock of the cold water shower. for those bilious attacks. Dizzy spells i usually caused by Biliousness or Con- stipation. "Abber'i EUemueel" relieve this con- dition and restore the normal action of the liver. recommend ABBEY'S. JM Hot Debate in Legislature Brings Charges Old Commission Biased TORONTO. March demand scale at Iea6t to the which in the past has had the buying a nev t-omraiss on of learned from Buster, how thp stranger j isli. He had forgotten all about that lumberia-mattdrs" possibly'juij-nn F a" ''self. Manager R. was really Mrs. Buster, and that lie-; black-coated son of noddy's. "That's anil Austen W. Carey, was staPles states that a now ware cut in the province. her apartments iii tha Hendren "I take pleasure in expressing mv j commendation of the minister of' The trustees are opening lands and forests, who was honest! tomorrow nlglit for the work enough to he bold and bold enough i and otherwise putting in to be honest" i the acres of land which McCrea) contended that !f the Rid- wer? rMeDHy acquired. The idea is dell-LatcKforcl commission had par''ot, semor eel figures presented by G G basketball area as well man. who made the investigation for 1s to room for a Junior the Drury government, the Shevlin- aiamond. Clarke company would not later have _, been "wrongfully accused of fraud in I The committee at Lister connection with their overrun. "I want! have all the soldier farm- the area inviting them to he- the company the soldier port for which I am asking, and U Tl" take fb.OOO to swing the deal and shares are offered at J10. and not more than 50 k) any one buyer. Jf the men suc- connection with their overrun. "I want! to say that the government are on the j S" "l t horns of a dilemma. Thuv will be' m th (damned if they bring down'on the re- i I Jim asking, and they will bo damned it' tllcy don't." "By n certain section ur the interjected Hon. W. E. Raney, attor- ney-general. "It is not too late to get ttvo ex- perts who arc above political or busi- ness suspicions to conduct the timber ceed in buying the stock they will as- suredly enlarge the business so as to include hay, mill feeds and imple- ments. Creston is to have a union church oug over-aung tigation" the department of lands fholr the music As there and .forests was necessa v no Anglican service Bcheduled for J. A. Mathieu, Conservative member ?vemn? ewec'ed tha church record. He claimed that his had'been singled out among all Inn- t of carried clear up the case n on ggainst U by thc Mr. Mathieu moved the adjournment of the debate. OUR EASIER SALE STARTS FRIDAY MORNING GIRLS' DRESSES From 8 years to 14 years. Navy and copen serge. Values UP to Our Easter Sale price, J8.95 We invite inspection OUR SPECIALS WILL BE SO LADIES' SERGE DRESSES Fine heavy serge, fancy trimmed in braids and silk embroid- ery. At 50 LADIES' DRESSES In fine Botany Serge and Tricotine; wool, silk, and gold trim- A A ming. At 50 Ladies' and Misses' SILK DRESS- ES priced from to MEN'S SUIT SALE Sounds like busi- ness. 50 men's line suits In browns, greys and mixed fihadfts. Val- ues UD to Our Easter Sale price, We please all. 60 Ladies New SUITS; priced to Ladies' and Misses' COATS; priced to E. J. HILL CO. .Two years ago a year paid all the dues; last year it was and the raise to plus any local assessments is none too favorably looked upon here. Go-incident with the word that local Anglicans are to haye a resident vicar starting next month, comes thfi an- nouncement that in future Holy Cross church congregation will have two servicls a month instead of one, which has been the rule there for at least three years. Father Bessette, who arrived from Vancouver about a month ago to take up work in Eaat Kootenay. is to conduct a three-day mission here during holy week. Pruning is general throughout the Valley, and almost without exception ranchers report the showing of fruit! buds the best they have ever noted. If the nurseries can supply the trees j there will be a very considerable area 1 j planted to now orchard this spring, and with the prospect of much cheap- er powder thorn is also likely to be a lot of new land got ready for cultiva- tion. The biggest orchard planting of course, will bn at Lister, where each of the 7ij poldinr settlers are expected j to set out not iesr. than five acres to) apples and other tree fruits. Mrs. Urousson, sr., who has been here from England since late last fall on a visit to her son, high school prin- cipal is so well, taken with the Valley that she haa purchased ten acres of orchard on the Edmondson ranch, and will immediately return ,to j the Old Country to straighten up af- fiiirs inifl then return to reside perm- anently. Air. Kdmondson has also dis- posed of another six acres on Bonny View to 1'. H. (iarland who proposes erecting n residence1 thereon this Eiunmer. SPAIN MAY SUSPEND COMMERCIAL TREATIES MADRID. March of all commercml treaties in force at present, wa.s duciifbd upon by the cab- inet and tlmy will continue inopera- tive until the new customs tariffs haa it statM SPRINGTIME DRESSES in favorite -modes The figure line in these dainty neW dresses varies from the straight silhouette of the Oriental to the full-skirted and shapely-waist- ed "1830" suggestion, with scores of other equally becoming selections to suit every per- s'onality. NEWER SUITS Here are .suits just in from the makers -that are the last word in smart- and perfect tailoring. We are proud of every one of them, and you will be delighted with the new- ness of every NEW SKIRTS jor Sport Days Half the fun of a day's unt-door sport is in being smartly clad, and here are that have just thej right snapplness in color! and making. F New Lingerie Blouses Richly'trimmed in many splendidly elaborate hand- worked effects. These blouses are perfectly designed for the dressiest of wear with the newest spring suits or skirts. to All the newest styles and lowest prices. HOSIERY SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK VENUS SILK HOSE Our celebrated Venus brand of Silk IJose. A pure silk hose, in black, brown, grey, white, navy, sand and All the wanted ft A sizes. Ryland's special, LADIES' KOSE Ladies' Black Cotton Hose, in full fashioned and sizes SVa to 10. These are very special value, llyland's Spe- cial CHILDREN'S HOSE Children's Kood ribbod cotton bone, iu all sizes from 5 to 10. These come in Ijluck or white, Ryland's Week-end Special, per J r 35c CHILDREN'S LISLE HOSE 75c These -are one of our leading lines, with good mercerized finish, in brown, black or white. All sizes, and wear guaranteed. Ryland's Special, pair...... LADIES' HOSE Ladies' Black or Brown Hose, in full fash- ioned style, and all .sizes. These are right up to date in value and wear, Ryland's A Special, pair LADIES' SILK HOSE Ladies' perfect goods, values worth easily ?2.00 pair. These come in black only. All the wanted sizes. Good hemmed top that gives easily. Ryland's Special, CORRECT DRESS FOR WOMEN THE NEW THINGS FIRST ;