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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIXTEEN - THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEEALD MARCH ' 10: A MEETING IN ^EJ^EEN FOREST by thornton'wITurgess 'GainPt tootli and claw I'll always pit A clover tongue anil ready wH. -Kcddy Fox. Mrs. Uuslcr Bear was not welcome In tho Green Forest. Of this there could be no doubt. When Rnddy Fo.n EUgKestcd tliRt a meetln.i; ot all the little people lie cAlled to see what rniild h'li done about it, Sammy Jay and Blacky the ("row at once*offered to Invite rU tho othei's to attend. It was agreed that the meeting should be at sun-up the next morning at a certain tall pine tree In the Green Forest close by tho Laughing l?rook. Sammy and Blacky at once started ont to carry word of the meeting all through tho Green Foroit, orer the (irecn Meadows, through the Old Orchard and up to the Old Pasture. Before the d.iy ended eTerj'body know of the meeting and what it was to be for. "It doesn"t interest me," said Danny ]\Ieadow Mousf^ when ho heard of it. "Buster Bear doesn't hunt on tho (ircen :\Ieadows and Mrs. Buster isn't likely to, so why should I worry?" Nearly all the little people living on the CJrooii Meadows fell tlio same way. Only Peter Rabbit in the dear Old Briar Patch was intere.sted. Nothing could have kept Potf r from that meeting. Old Man Coyote and Old Granny Fox left tlie Old Pasture early to be on hand. Several ot the little prom/>tN, postpaid. S. 0. E. SOCIAL IS � A GREAISOGCESS About 100 Present aivd Indications Showed Sons Coming Baclt Strong ..'-.jib Tommy Tit the Cliickadee. Drummer the Woodpecker and a lot more ot the feathered folk sat about in the trees near enough to see and boar rvery-tliinp. Even ITooty tho Owl vixm there. I.igblCoot the Deer stood in a thicket, a worried look in his big soft eyes. When he was sure that every one who was coming was on hand, Ueddy j Fox spoke. "Friends," said he. ; ��I)on"t call me friend," growled Old : Man Coyote. "I'm no friend of yours." i '"And I'm sure I'm not." sputtered ; Mrs. Grouse from her perch ,in the tall j pino tree. "Xor me!" barked Jack Squirrel. "Ah reckons Ah just as soon, yo', didn't call nie that," said Unc" Billy j Possum softly. j Reddy saw at once that he had \ made a mistake and ho h.istily cor-1 reeled it. "Xeighhorg," said he. "you ; have hoard of the coming of this \ strange Bear to the Greeu Forest. ; yonio of you have seen her, so it isn"t ^ necessary for any one to take just my | word for it that she is living here." "It is a good thing it iHn"t necessary. 1, for one. wouldn't take your ; word for anything." snickered Chat- : terer the Red Squirrel. ' Reddy pretended not to hear. "1 tliink I am right." said lie, "in saying that most ot us feel that there i.s n.j , place for another Boar in tho Green l^'orest. It moans more trouble for all ot us." "Not for me," spoke up Sammy Jay. Several other birds agreed with Sammy. . "True," aigreed Reddy. "True enough. But we who live on the ground feel differently. For all of us it means one more to watch out for. For some of us it moans harder work to get a living. 1 want to know how many are willin.c to try to scare this stranger away." (Copyright 1021. by T. W. Burgess) APPEAL TO GROyPS FOR CO-OPERAIN, OBA HOOSE Lieuf.-Gov. Aikens Says Peculiar Situation Exists Requiring Fair Dealing HRAXDOX, Mar. I,"!.-A direct appeal to group loaders of tlio Manitolia leiri.^laturo for co-opcratloii in carry-in?; on tho business administration oi, tho province was made by I.ieut.-Governor Sir James .Vikens at a banquet tendered to members gf the -Manitoba house by the Brandon winter fair board Tlmrsday night. Premier Xorris endorsed the appeal of tho lieutenant-governor. Speaking of the political situation, Sir James stated there was no proce-dcut to tlie condition which existed in !lie Manitoba legislat\ire. .Vo party �i'l(i a nui.joitty and if one grou)) wore i'-'feated another might be called upon to administer the affairs o� the coun-;tiy. but cniild easily be defeats.' by a : conibinatloa of the other groups. Cordial co-operation Is needed in i the legislature and among the peo-i pie. declared tho lieutenant-governor. . Ki'ir play and the interests of all must b'^ considered. The progress and ! pr^isperlty of .Manitoba depends on ] th" properly applied iudustry of all ; p. iple and the contlnnatiou of Indus-! tvv undii ttirbert. Tlie legislature can ' i.icke tho way easy for the great mass of working people and prevent Industry from belns exploited. The social evening given by tho Sons ot KuRlund Wednesday night In I. O. O. F. ilall wrta a great success and tho committee in charge nro to bo confrr/itulated .tipon their efforts. Tho hali was smart in its directions of flags, and together with plants and terns kindly donated by .Mr. J. E. Ter-rill, presented an attiiiuie that spelt welcome. There wore in tho vicinity ot 1(10 persons present. President G, W. Parsons called the gathering to order, who lustily joined in singing the national anthem. The first portion consisted ot a short musical program, contributed to by Mr. J. Basl-yan at tho plono, and Clias. Wcstley, Wm. Stott and G. Parsons with vocal solos. Progressive whist followed, ,14 tables being In play and the fortunate winners ot prizes being Mrs. K. Hooker. Mrs. C. Wakelyn, .Mr. K. R. Mc-Intyro and Mr. R. Moreland. Supper was the next order of business and everybody enjoyed the good things provided by the couiinittee. The musical program was continued after supper, Mr. K. R. Mclntyre'belng very pleasing in his cello solos, and Mrs. Kuth, Mr. E. J. I-^unch and the previous singers contributing. Mr. West-ley initiated a now movement as, upon being soundly encored, he produced his son .\rthur to provide the necessar.v, and It is a case ot "following in father's footsteps. Mr. Robert Moreland gave a reading from Songs of a Sourdough, by R. W. Service, which was heartily appreciated. Part of tho assembly engaged in carpet ball, while the majority enjoyed dancing, the music being supplied by Mr. Hastyan at the piano, augmented by Jlr. G. Anderson, violin, and I^lr. H. Parsons, banjo, whoso playing was excellent, and contributed largely to the pleasure of those dancing. .Vs these gcnttemen gave their services freely, the committee wish to tako this opportunity of thanking these llireo gentlemen for their kindness. Everyone departed with tho knowledge of an evening well spent and tho usual query: "The next one is-when?" Tho committee wLsh to state that duo. an-nouncemeut will be made in The Herald and as the President pointed out in his few remarks, those who have already attended will accept any notification in the press of a similar gathering as n due and proper invitation to be present. Rev. Baruott R. Brickncr, who was iuatullod as rabbi of tho Holy Blossom Synagogue, Toi"onto. Ho came from Cleveland, Ohio. THREE MEN LOST WHEN CAPTIVE BALLOON GOES ON AN OUTING the United atates naval station at Ountntiamo nud �alled away, says a dispatch to El Mundo from Guatan-nmo. Among tho men aboard was Captain Miller oi: the modlcal corps,' Several airplanes, thadUpate'a adds, went In jiurBult ot lh� ballbon, but without results. The tntfusago as-Horts it Is boliovcd tho men In the. balloon are bcllovod to have boon lost. ''When you eat let it be the Best" Pineapple Marmalade Celebrated Bramble Jfslly Ginger Marmalade ARC GREAT APPHTIZERS BOILED IN BILVER PANS AskYvar Clroo�r ff�r Tfi�in HAVANA, IMar. IS.-A cai�tIvo balloon vWth three mou in tho basket broke from Its mooring.s yesterday at i Augustus Anderson, aged HO. powd- ' i er man on tho Welland Ship Canal j j construction at ThoroUl. was instantly ] killed "when struck by tho dipper of a \ steam shovel. ! The next story: "The Plans ot the Plotters." Veterans Will Protest Lashes for Ex-Soldier sl^�SU^r;^r^^^^ty rr;',,J-^;^!:"!;:VK^ Ma. XS.--Joseph Ke-. light savingtin^^ U ^^Z^^^^J^l t^'^^^J;^ ing gassed !j:Vl)res, has PALACE MARKET LOWER PRICES ON BEEF, MUTTON. PORK, AND VEAL WEEK-END SPECIALS Choice Legs of Mutton, per lb.....2Sc Choice Shoulders of Mutton, lb. ..18c Choice Roasts of Veal, lb., 18c, 22c, 2k Choice Roasts of Beef, lb., 12y2C, 15c Boiling Beef, per lb...............lOc Stewieg Mutton, per lb...........15c Prime Roast Beef Dripping, per lb., 15c Compare these prices and the quality of ineat. for tb.e liealing of \vo'.:nc!''. and sorer, and Other skill afllictions. In addiiion to its prrat soothing and healing power Zani-13uk kills perni'^a'^ v.ell tiT- excludes liifin iioni tiic brol:ensluii, Zarn ii-.ilv's wiiie ra;i|;c of us'.'fiihjc;,-, it;; unique meil;' pruijeitics, and its !iaiuiiiu:,san(i economy make [\]\:\ rare herlial l'";i!t-i -i. i'?ccB:iity in every lioiisehulcl. )�:, W'yly Giier, .\.r{.A.. who states tiiai thiTc^ is a mcnai'c in ihi' :irl or Ind.iy. ')'he cul)it.-,t uud fiiliuists pic-iiiii's are to liis mind not yet csiiib-iisliod as real art. Ho liopi's, liow-"vcr. that ilu' time will come ".lii'n -.vill iiiii.^- -.C-"- '^l'P"v':il tu r ,'.n- , Kind, km ^o" '"-'^ - ' '"J . .ir .�.'�HI 'i -..uj* '" ' � I '.'/.; I'l - � unit The Salt That Savors iii(ds