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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MAHCM THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD i'Abti REDDY FOX BRINGS BOWSER THE HOUND BY THORNTON VV. BURGESS Make use of vlipn you can, But never let Uieiu know your plan. Ueddv Kox. Til roc times Sammy Jay and bis biff j cousin. Blacky tho Crow, tried to J scare Mrs Rear hy scream ing ;i false" alarm in the (Iroon Forest anil oiu'U time they failed. Thfy were to suspect that T'car was smart- er than (hoy hail thought she was, mid that somehow she understood what' they wore trying In In this they, were not far from right. j Trying to scare someone who won't; be scared is tiresome anil stupid ness, and r.fter the third attempt Sam-1 my and it up. Their' throats were sore frnm screaming, and they were so hoarse they coul i hardly speak. They knew that Old: Alan Coyote had dropped some hints i regarding and it npnpearec! j that Mrs. Rear was no more troubled! by these than by their false alarms.' She appeared to have made up her j mind to stay in the Green Forest, frightening her cut of it now depend-j ed on Rcddy Fox and his plan for lead-1 jtngr Bowser the Hound over there to worry her. j For several days Reddy and Omniiy I Fox hung around Farmer They were von" bold about it Thev f even sat and barked at a safe kelU caroful wntch ot Mrs' Bear Mr. Justice Simmons Could Not Find That Husband Had Been Cruel V They even sat down and barked a safe distance The matrimonial suit of OMwell vs. Caldwell came to a finish at eleven o'clock on Wednesday nsorn- ins. with the plaintiffs action dis- missed, and costs by agreement en- against the defendant. In the ordinary procedure in an action of will against ,t husband the costs vvoultl lie jjiveii against tho husband but taking into consideration that tho defendant had offered a settle- ment, his Lordship left it to defend- ant's counsel as to bearing them This ivas agreed to with thirty day for payment, the defendant being lowcrt to have the time renewed b showing sufficient cause. Delay wa asked in that the defendant had t put la his crop, but through his conn sel he expressed his will to pay th costs as soon as the crop camo off In giving his judgment Mr. Justic Simmons said that he would have tc tako into consideration whethe cruelty as defined by the law hac beeii established by the wife a against her husband. This cruelt, should be of such a nature as to con comu to Ulhbrldgo for convMtioB next Juno. Ttf.i meeting! will held in ttM MtBunic Hall thu Maple Lear Chapter, No. 7, of Lath- bridge, will be ivspooaibls for tho cntcrtilnini tho This convention will a prorii- clal affair. At tha prouwt than, de- tails of the agenda tar the lion hare not made known IB I-cthbridge, ontiido of the fKt that arranr.em.nta are being tor a biniiuet to which the ladies aid of Wesley will cater. Mrs MeClenaghan, of LethbrMfe h Worthy Grand Matron. BRIGADE ORDERS 13th Brii.de C. F. A. Composite Major W. Bar- nacal. 23rd, March, 1921. No. 21. distance, but in plain sight of Farmer chained, for his master didn't him running off alone. Now, of course. Farmer Brown's boy didn't know what Roddy and Granny were after. He thought they were hanging around, hoping to catch one of his chickens. In fact, he -was sure i day, and he knew just where to find Brown's'bov. Bowser the Hound was wa? 20t great wmdfaJl, under which she hart spent i the winter. Sammy had noticed that I she never wont far from It. When he got there he could hardly hear Bow- scr s voice. tioii to it. Mrs, Bear paid no atten- But gradually Bowser's voice grew of it. So one morning, when he :infl louder as he came to the conclusion that there was no cruelty of this kind within the meaning of the law. Tho plaintiff Mrs. Caldwell, said his Lordship, is of sood education but of implusive nature, and afflicted with a bad tern per. The matrimonial journey was entered on with high hopes by the couple, as they were both industrious There was an incompatability of tem- per between the husband and the i I wife, and she was older than he was. covered Reddy closo to the henhouse, him nearer and nearer Mrs Boar sat I U WOIllfi appear that life on the ranch he unchained Bowser. "Bow, wow. wow. wow. roar- ed Bowser, as with his wonderful nose to the ground he picked up Reddv's scent and started after him. Red'ily irinned to himself and started off through the Old Orchard, straight fo to listen. Her eyes snapped angri-' ly. She growled way down deep in her throat. She drew hack her lips i showed her teeth. Louder and louder grew Dowser's vpice. Deeper ar.d deeper grew Mrs. Bear's growls, i have its attractions for the She had with the school In :h she was a teacher, at Bird's and with the care of her ranch, undertaken too much through the Old Orchard, straight i i j any woman and this no doubt had its the Green Forest, with Bowse? after j hulryimTat all wafked her She had know Reddy always has a new one ready to try when the old ones do not work. Now, Bowser's great voice can he heard a long way. It was heard all over the Green Meadows, all through the Old Orchard, up in ihe Old Pas- the little people who heard it guessed what it meant. They knew Bowser was chasing Reddy Fox. and they guessed Heddy intended to lead Lim straight to wflere Mrs. Bear was living. Those who could and dared to hurried in that peared under it. Hardly had she disappeared when Reddy Fox came in sight running easily. He was keeping just far enough ahead ot Bowser to keep the latter ex- cited. "She's gone in under the screamed Sammy. Reddy heard Sammy. He looked up over to the old windfall and ran i around It. (Copyright 1921, by T. W. Burgess) The next story: "Not frightened, hut Angry." regulates the Liver, relieves Headache and Indigestion, and corrects Constipation. i to forgive after causing of- fence. The husband was a man ot little education as compared with his wife, he was slow in thought and ac- tion, and he nursed his grievances. The plaintiff to her credit had been an exemplary mother in the bringing up of the children, and deserved cred- it for this. She was superior in- tellectually and, he would say, moral- ly to her husband. But in the way she tried to raise her husband to her level she caused offence and humilia- tion to htm. The differences between the two, said his Lordship, could have been adjusted if there had been I a mutual consideration and an at- tempt to settle matters amicably, hut i the frame of mind of both tended to I start quarrels. The final rupture was caused by a trivial matter such as there being no bread, and the incid- ents that followed, such as the meet- ing with the defendant's moth- were also trivial. The con- duct ot the defendant is raising his hand to his wife was something which was of no credit to him, bu it was not shown that his conduc and actions came within the deflni tion of the law to allow of the wife's suit succeeding. W. S. nail and TV. Laurie for the plaintiff, and H. Ostlund for the de- fendant. OQUETRY is is the spice of love, and when you may obtain it by the simple, inex- pensive means of a box of why hesitate t MOIR'S LIMITED HALlfAX composite battery will move into billet's at the Eihlbi- tion Henderson Park, Leth I bridge, Alberta, on Thursday the 24th inst. Advance advance party will be under the command of Capt. A. E. Routier, M.C., and will parade at tho Armories at a.m. other ranks not pro- ceeding wittj, the advance party, will report to Orderly Sergeant Bell not later than g p.m. at the Exhibition buildings. All men immediately on re- porting will draw blankets and ground sheet from Q.M.3. Barr. Roll roll call at 9 p.m. W. Barnacal, Mtjor, 18th Brigade, C.F.A, WILL BE SOME TIME BEFORE SETTLEMENT ON WATER DIVISION That it may be some time before a settlement 6f the dispute the division of waters for irrigation from the Milk and St. Mary's Rivers is ar- rived at is indicated in the following wire from Sir James Lougheed, min- 'ster of the interior: Ottawa, Mar. 22, 1921. 3. R. Marnoch, Chairman, Irrisation Development Association, Lethbridge. Dominion government has done and will continue to do all in its power to expedite decision by International oint Commission in St. Mary'i-Mllk Hiver case. Recent efforts to effect :air compromise of differences have 'ailed because of refusal of United States- to concede anything material. Prospect of early decision not hopeful two new commissioners have re- WOMEN WHO CANNOT WORK Corbet Letter ud Beiefit fcy Her Eiptritntt Edmund, S. wax ran down with IN PRIZES FOR THE FAIR HERE Attractive List Prepared and is Now in Hands of the Printers In the prize list for the Lethbridge fair on July 31 23 approximately eight thousand dollars worth of prizes are ottered to the farmers and exhibition public of Southern Alberta. A meet- ing of the board of directors of the fair was held last night in the board of trade rooms when the prize list was turned over'to the printers. The prize list covers a wide variety and sho.ild be attractive to many classes in the sounth country. Of course agriculture holds the big end. The prizes for stock, grasses, grain and dairy products are expected to brins to this fair a showing of these products that will bs a credit to any "air of the west. The ladies have not been forgotten. Prizes will bo awarded in domestic classes ami for ladies' needlework. The school children will also have :heir prizes. At thcs meeting last night an appli- cation was received from the ladies' lid of Gait Hospital for a tag day luring the fair. The application was turned over the grounds and building committee. Secretary-treasurer Gard- )er was bonded for Notice was sent out that firms de- siring space at the fair should apply is soon as possible to Peter Lund or D. H. Yatos. and female trouble land Buffered ev- ery month. I wu not able to do any work and tried a lot of medicinea but got no relief, I aawyour raedi- advertued in little book, and I had not token two of Lydia IE. Pinkham'i Vegetable Com. Ipcand before I eore could gee it was helping me. I am keepinghouse now and mm able to do all of my work. I cannot aay enough for your medicine. It hu done more for me than any doctor. You mi j print thia letter if you EUZABETM C- CoBLEY, care of A. P. Corley, Edmund, S. C. Ability to stand the strain of walk u the privilege of the atrong awl healthy but how oiir bearta acEe for the weak and sickly womenatrugglinc with their daily rounds of hoaseWa duties, with backaches, headaches nervousness and almost every move- ment brings a new pain. Why will not the mass of from women all over this country, which we have been publishing, convince auch womrn that Lydia E. Pinhkam's Vegetable Compound will help them just aa lurely as it did Mrs. Corley T CuticuraSoap Without Mui? ORDER OF EASTERN STAR WILL HOLD CONVENTION IN JUNE Two hundro.; members of thu Order of tttiitcrn S'ar will PETER LUND COMPANY LUMBER, HARDWARE, AND IMPLEMENTS. Let us show you the MASSEY-HARRIS Power Lift Drill and Cultivator Samples on display In yards at Lethbridge, Coaldale .and Barnwell. Stock of repairs at all of the aboro points. J. J. CASE THRESHING MACHINE CO. R. C. Merithew, Slltl, Rtpi. Box 189. SIS. by titaten. They will probably tlk for tltas to become acquainted with IMF- of caw. LOUOHKED. OCffT oo THIS! EAR OIL OUTNESS fab tt i For Sail In Lethbridge By J. D. HIQINBOTHAM A MEDLEY DRUG CO., Ltd. STOKES DRUG CO, Ltd. A. 0. Leonard, Inc, 70 5th New York. Lethbridge District Co-operative Ass n 826 13th St N. Old Have in Stock Good Frwh UM of AND VEGETABLES Of Evwy Every Montinf. Special for Thursday ad All Week THE FOLLOWING: ,t Potatoes, for seed; per 1004be. Rhubarb; per Rolled and Boned Ham, sliced; per Ib. Rolled and Boned Ham, by the piece; per Ib. Oranges; per PHONE YOUR ORDER EARLY io that eu mate tulck de- Non-members' orders eollclted. OUR TRAVELLER WILL CALL on all memben daring the cam- ing week, when an order will be appreciated, PHONE 1094 FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. "LOYALTY BEGETS SUCCESS" HOT BUNS For Good Friday IF YOU LET US BAKE YOUR EASTER GOOD THINGS YOU WILL HAVE THE BEST. Our Store Will Be Open Late Thursday Evening And Until Noon On Friday OUR HOT CROSS BUNS ARE GUARANTEED TO PLEASE YOU, AS THEY ARE MADE FROM THE BEST MATERIALS THAT MONEY CAN BUY. LETHBRIDGE NATIONAL SYSTEM OF BAKING, Ltd. 407 FIFTH ST. SOUTH PHONE 1047 BIG HAM SPECIAL.. AS AN OPENING FEATURE DURING EASTER WEEK WE ARE GIVING AWAY A PREMIUM HAM to the party guessing the nearest correct weight of the largest Premium Ham in our window. The rules are every purchase of a Premium Ham you are entitled to a guess on the big fellow. No employee is allowed to participate. To further enable you to get acquainted with our new premises, we are making a special price for Easter week SIFTS PREMIUM HAMS AT 5flc PER IB. Special Display of Local-fed Meats for Easter We are serving a large number of customers these days, and can please you, too. DELANYS MEA T 210 FIFTH ST. SOUTH. GEO. A. DELANY, Mgr. PHONE 1580. ;