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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE; FOURTEEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY. MARCH 33. Ifttfl it up ami flow off to talk over j iiml wonder tin oiitossod Wacky. knew Just SAMMY JAY AND BLACKY DO THEIR PART BY THORNTON W. BURGESS Hear all, but believe not nil you hoar. hot and reason tuno your ear. Mrs. Hoar. .Mrs. was chm-kl-1 u-li as vlw out roots I in. "TIHK--.O peaiiips thought j scary me." who muttered, j smart rascals, but the sometimes, j M forgot that t have a good nose j nverloi" Thirdly had Old Man Coyote ilU.rp-j roared 'and Mrs. Bear resumed her: for roots when Sammy Jay cwmo nitthis silently through the tree tops. Mrs. Bear grunted as Sammy heard grunts and with- out making a sound flew straight to a hi? hemlock tree, from whieh he could watch white himself hidden.: This was tho first time TIG had seen Wrs. Pear and he was very t-urious.' was Sammy, lie had hoard about her brown coat, -but, like everybody he had hard work to believe I'KU it; i-oiild be brown. Nmv ho had ;i chance j 10 see for himself, anil Sammy has absolute faith iu his own eyes. "It is brown. As sure us I live, it la he muttered to himself us he i peered down at Mrs. Bear, his sharp, eyes sparkling with interest. "She's j as big as Buster Hear, and I don't I but she is a little bigger. I j Miiarti'sl Th _ :iiiil that tho wind was blowing form them toward There wasn't huily tlii-re at all. Had there been 1 would I'lnolkul thorn. I wonder wlutt Iliey that trick Th-si she rememlii'rcd tho hints Old i .MLHI I'oyote had dropped. Her eyes he- jian to twinkle. "It looks to me as it" iHUiie folk.! are trying to scare- me out 1 of tils1 Green I-Vi'ivt." Sim ehucUleci. "It ei-vlainly looks that way. Jusl for that I would stay anyway, even it 1 didn't like it here, which 1 do." Once a.cain sbe chuckleu, then went on with i Copyright 1P21. by T. I-urgons N.'J MURDER NEAR ST. PAUL ST. PAUL. Mar. through; Run, Mrs.. Bear, he shrieked, i the head and supposedly by 4 "A hunter! A j Coiintna. promi-1 _______________________ _.________i neat eitizen of Hoeliesier. Minn., was _ _. j found dead on ihy Jvii'ersori i Still, Mrs. Bear sat there. She didn t i n.ilcs ?n; this morning- i The murflercd man ?.Taa from the auto he was driving and loft about' -10 feet from tho l.'ulnvay. The ear was found a tiie roral. IS AWARDED SCHOLARSHIP V.IN'NIPFIG. Mar. Isabel i wonder if she is as nervous as IJuster. I sttli' ?llrs- Boar tiiore. di H is too bad to spoil that meal, but if! run us expected she would. Fi- 1 an: going to do my part to scare her Blacky flew straight over her. out oi the Green Forest, now is the! Mrs. Bear! he shriek- time, so here soes." pd- "A hunter! A hunter'." Sammy silently flew back a short J Mrs. Bear looked up at lliacliy, and distance where he couldn't be seen by j in her shrtr.vcl little eyes was a gleam Mrs. Bear and then began to scream of something v-ery like amusement. ut the top oi his lungs. "Thief, thief, j Then she dropped down arid instead ihieff" screamed Sammy. It was the of running began to disr for roots j Jones, instructor in history at the I su warning cry he uses when he discov-j again, paying no. more attention to I University at Saskatchewan has been w era possible danger, particularly hunt-1 Blacky and Sammy Jay than if they j awarded tho travelling scholarship, i ers. All tlio people of the Green For-j hadn't been within hearing. Blacky i established by the federation uf uni-j est kuew it. It has warned many ofjuucl Sammy screamed until they were j vers-ty women, according to an an- i them and thus kept them out of hoarse. Finally, seeing that Mrs. Bear I nouneoment made today by ;m oifiehil j trouble. kept calmly on with her they i of the local university" women's club Mrs. Bear threw up her head and listened. .Then ,she sat up. Just then JJIacky the Crow joinod dummy Jay and began to caw at the tQp of his hmgs, Mrs. Hear could him sitting on the top OL u tall tree. He seemed to be looking down at something or some one below and to be greatly ex- cited. "Thief, thief, screamed Sammy. ''Caw. caw, caw, shrieked Blacky." Both, flew a little way toward Mrs. Bear, all the time keeping up the dan- ger warning and seeming to grow more and more excited. They seemed ro be following some one below them. Mark Well Your safeguard is the name II Who is the most dignified man you know? Get him to read what George Ade says in March Cosmopolitan, now oa This is the genuine 'tea oi all teas'. Ii you do not use Salada, send us a post card for a. irce sample, stating the price you now pay and if you use Slack, Green or Mixed Tea. Address Salada.Toronto Open All Day Wednesday ew Stocks, -with ifcs every Snow of in outer aed under ly The Best Values in Women's Spring Coats Are at The Hennesey Wilson Store As usual, there is a greater variety of attractive coats at popular prices to be found here than elsewhere in the city. The range includes smart sports coats in polo cloths, and dressier models in velours in the wanted colors, also utility coats in the ever serviceable "Donegals." SPORTS VELOUR From TWEED rrom SPECIAL TOMORROW ACCORDION PLEATED SKIRTS of all wool navy serge EY WILSON THEY HAVE ALL COME HERE TO MEET YOU The latest arrivals of the spring's most attractive styles in many models not shown here before nbw make our showings the most complete in variety of modes, materials and color combinations re- flecting every novelty effect in the myriad of gay colorings which are the outstanding note in the pleasing harmonies of tint and shading which make this season's wear delightfully becoming. For the most perfect selection to your personal needs take advantage of this moment when our assortments are so splendidly complete. IN SELECTING YOUR SPRING WEAR YOU WILL WANT TO KNOW THAT WHAT YOU HAVE CHOSEN IS OF THE NEWEST. AND THAT IS WHY WE ARE SAYING SOME THINGS HERE THAT IN OTHER YEARS WOULD NOT BE NECESSARY. OUR POLICY OF BUYING ONLY WHAT WE KNOW WE WILL HAVE PURCHASERS FOR PREVENTED US FROM BEING OVERSTOCKED AND ENABLED US TO ACTUALLY OFFER EN-' TIRBCY NEW GARMENTS IN EVERYTHING WE SHOW FOR SPRING. ALSO, IN BUYING AFTER THE MARKET CHANGED WE RE- CEIVED THE ADVANTAGE OF THE NEW QUOTATIONS SO THAT THE VALUES ARE OF THE NEW STANDARD. SO WHEN YOU COME TO US YOU KNOW THAT EVERYTHING IS STYLES, NEW VAL- UES, AND THE NEWEST OF THE NEW STYLES. RYLANDS CO. The New Spanish Type in Our Latest Spring Suits Just enough suggestion of the Spanish flare to give that snap of rashness and vivid color which marks the most desired of the spring's best jiked modes. The materials as well as the making also come in for unusual worthiness, and just note the prices. Navy is the favorite color, but other good shades are shown as well. Every one an exclusive style shown only at this store. Dainty New Blouses A new shipment of wonder values in new blouses has just been placed in stock. The materials are tub silks, crepe de chine, and georgette. There are many styles to select from and in order to assist you we have divided them into three, lots, to sell cilD All the wanted sizes and newest and attractive colors are here. Springtime Dresses In the gayest colorings and daintiest of stylings await you in the widest variety of modes and materials that we have offered in many seasons, with the abundance of types in the making and effects in the materials and shades you will be delighted at the opportunities for a per- fectly becoming selection at prices that are equally pleasing in their reasonableness. in- Coats and Wraps The secret of the vogue of these newast favorites in spring garments is in their modestly youth suggesting lines and modelling.. With just the right touch of pretti- ness and simplicity, combined with the most effective adaptations of the ultra spring modes, these are just the types to please the woman who seeks for the youthful in her spring wear. CLOSED ALL DAY FRIDAY AND COMPANY OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY ;