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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ''PAGE FOURTEEN THE IiETHB'lHDGE- HFTRALD 2, 1920 L 0, D. E, Convention To Meet Next January CHATTERER DISCOVERS A STRANGER ByjThqmton W. I That you -will it doesn't pay To your temper get away. the Ciir.xurcr told this to himaolf time acd agxjn.-and then has forgotten j It the- rery first he hin pro-, Sooo people .are that way. Hj was his temper irhlch led him to try TO' set even with.Buster Bear. Now once more. fhad foond lhat trying] to get even, doesn't .pay any rnoro than allowing, temper to set away, if he baant'.'bwa'.trying to get even with Busier. Bear' he' wouldn't hava been tempted to iteal that blistering, stinging "root from Buster, and if ha taSb't stolon Jhat root ho wouldn't tow bo sitting in a certain bis heni- lock tree in a lonely part ot the Oreen Vor'est uur.'Ins :a sore mouth and lie- "tening to the harsh voice of Sammy Jay. in tho distance. 1' Sammy Jay's voice didn't make Charterer feel any belter. He knew Just what Sammy He was teliJDg' ererjbinij jtst.'-hrt had happened, for Sammy had seen ihe'-'whole affair. Sammy has no love for.'Chatterer.' 'and-'Chatterer" fc'riew just1 how delighted Sanmiy was to have such a story to tell. 'Aiid bo the filtify 'would- chuckle over it and gla'd it )iad happened. You see, CiiStttrer'hnd' tew real friends. Mis- chief makers seldom have.. 1 Chatterer sat in the big hemlock; tree and'sulked'.and' nnrssd -tils, soro' Cautiously peeped arotnH tho trunk and looked down. .How long he would hare sat there sulk'icg. h'ad'.'not a rustle of leave caught his attention 1 nobody knows The first-time he-hoard it -he paid ci The pioiinclal chapter of the 1. 0. B. E. will hold Us next qnarterly meet- ins in Lelhbridge next January. This was decided after the municipal euap- er, throcgh N. Kllchle, had 'xtended a hearty invitation at the meeting In Edmonton last week. The last session ot the provincial chapter L O. D- E. at Edmonton took jlace on Friday afternoon, with a large attendance. The discussion on propa- ;anda was continued, and It was re- ported lhat a pamphlet, called "Pros- pect And was ready for circulation, also I. O. D. E. in War Times." These may be obtained on application to the National Educa- tional Secretary, Miss Constance B. Lang, Toronto. The secretary slated at the luncheon given by tho Canadian they were told that in Canada it was neces- sary to raise a largo amount ol money for the purpose of assisting the to remind them lhat these are two o! tho for .shich our order was founded tnd oa which all its work is At the session of the ProTlncial I.O.D.B. Friday morning, Mrs. B. J. Saunders gare, the report fur the or- Seizing secretary of the province. Sho stated that the-provincial chap- ter was formed in Canary on Slay Slat, 1920. It is tho parent chapter with tho National Chapter at Toronto having Jurisdiction over it. The speak- She would like to see a good serial story run in the publication and children's page, a special part to be of Interest 'to mothers and to children. She thought that the year book could bo dispensed with', and Echoes he rnado to fill the lieed by' printing all the year's business of the various chapters. Prom Col. MacLeod Chapter, I. 0. D .B. Calgary, a. resolution was pre- sented 'that a special effort be made to increase the circulation of "Echoes." Discussion followed and the lution carried. Beaver. House 'Chapter '..O.D.B. of Edmonton" presented a Sho stated that the -provincial chap- .rcsoiutioc that the chapters er nrgcd interest ia the work and greater real. Shs suggested the formation of numerous chapters in various small towns and rural parts. The vote, sho said, was our stronghold. The object- ive o! the National chapter is to Ith current events in order to be Loyal to Canada within' tho Empire was the injunction. The delegates were guests a re- ception on ;Frlday afternoon gov- ernment house, J- their efforts to chiefly patriotic sork. The resolution carried, The audience were greatly Interest- ed loan address, from Jlrs. Ritchie who emphasized th.o need of loyalty being Impressed on each and every in- dividual especially on account of au anti-British feeling which exists and must be coped with. The speaker warned every member to bo well-informed, to bo also'well SURVIVED HUSBAND N ONLY FOUR DAYS The death occurred at her residence; 326 Nineteenth-Street X. night of Mrs.1 Thoasai-Turner, widow of the late Thomas Turnir, who died: recent- The deceased only'.surriTeu her widowhood lour days, the death ot her husband taking place en Thursday last The late Mrs. Turner was as old- time resident In the city, coming here from Kent, Eng. The deceased couple had net family. She leaves, to mourn her two brothers iu the city, Messrs, 3. ami H. Dunk, and a sister, Mrs. P. Elliott. MW IUCU, IU UUaiaU Cll have a membership of ono hundred on stand for the Empire with thousand, arid at present there-was a anij membership of half that numtJer. Loyally to king and country was em- phasized and the watchword was Bar Driven by, a gas engine a machine has been invented that cleang old tricic with a.chisel at a rate of 300 most hour. i. FIVE "TUXIS" GROUP TO BE IN FULL StV'ING (Contributed) "Mr. Pclley u that groupa 'aro interested in, the Toils, and will be In lull swinf this week and two or, three more will tw.on the'uup next The boys want it so Mi give" them the. goods. -.are coming forward and are at if ..we dig deep enough. tirDupE will come out of Knoi churcli ajf two out ot Wesley church; from the Unlie'd in these groups are keen for the wort This week organization will be the or- der of the day and neort week they be in full swing. Thess groups will start coming to the "Y" on the 5 cents a basis next week and possibly seyeral groups of scouts etc. This announcement will follow in a few days." Now for more. Tuils groups and pur first con- clavo in two weeks or so to Coaldale. Anthracite coal advanced in Thomas from-120 to ?23 a too. St. Resolution Pour Presented Tho last resolution on tho agenda was presenled and Mls- lanusk Chapter I. O. D. Ediioon- _______ .jquest for org letter was read from ll'.e National Or-: ganiilng Mrs. John A. I Stewart of Perth, Ontario. A very handsome been presented all members of the I. O. D. from Mrs. Stewart for the use of the E. arc urged to assist in erery way possible to keep their pledge, clause (1) and (2) section (6) article page (5) of tho "Members aro promote mote IriyaHy to King and country and attention to it. He thought it wa made, by 'the Merry Little Breezes But the second time he heard it ho 11 JL, ?.as made by small foet It is queer, but'it is true, (hat foiuo folks actually do teem lo being miserabJe. They enjoy it all Ihe more if at .the same lime they fan other folks miserable. II, rras a beautiful dair. but Chat- ivas too busy sulking "ng Ininsclf and trying to hate'Bnster Bear -'and Sammy Jay. to even notica the1 Jolly Liitle Sunbeams or listen to thel vfhispenngi'of tho Mem" Little. Brtezes in the He had no tboiight for anybody or. anything but "self himsel about it. Yes sir, he .would have something to say about' il. Ho ran out on a branch and from the end of that leaped lightly over Provincial chapter. Educational Policy Mrs. W. D. Kerris ot Edmonton led .ou tho eilucatlonal of the order. Sho spoke of Al- id said that un- uld te an immense population in the near future, there- fore the responsibility of making the! province an Ideal one of splendid ciliezns rested to a large e.ttent on the >.n _____ ______ ____ ___ members of the Daughters of the Em- Into the next tree, taking care loijiire. Each .chapter should mother make no noise. From that tree he] children's chapter. Information bur- another, from which cans was a suggestion made ot worth- wouid bo r able to look down and see who was under lhat big hickory tree. Cautiously he peeped, around tho Sv'hlio work for the members to under- take, and they would in this way be of invaluable service to the settlers trunk and looked down. Something! and could extend to them a welcome.' moved Just beyond the trunk of that In Medicine Hat, ihreo children's I big hickory tree. It was a liig bushy I chapters were accomplishing a good i tail; Just such a "ousliy tail as his j work. Victoria, B.C.. ivus cilctl as the j cousin, Happy Jack the Gray Squir- banner city for junior chapters. I.elh- rel, is BO proud of. Chatterer opened bridge has successful chapters of chit- Instantly chatterer came out of his sulks. _ He.' would find out who was under tiat tree. It might he Mrs- Grouse, in -which case he wouldn't mind: Whitefoot, th3 Wood Mouse. -Jn.this case ho would- his mouth to say something hateful, dren under eighteen year., of age. Or it might bo. Ms j then closed it without saying a word, bis Jack the Gray'The owiier of that tail had come out Snul this case he would mind. If Happy jack was pok- ing about in thow Cleaves -it was An search of fat hickory Chat- terer' considered those bte own.. He woUld haYo eotnething' to' say from behind thy. tree 'and it wasn't Happy Jack at all! It was a stranger. (Copyright, 1920, by T. TV. Burgess) ,.'Th'e..iieit story: "Chatterer Has a Shock." Mrs. Wpjley-Dod Speaks A very comprehensive report of the offlclal .organ of ibe I.O.D.E. i :called was givea by of Calsary. She regret-j that was not all one' could desirp and that it would be more acceptable if published monthly. PHONE 625 BAWD EN BROS. "THE STORE FOR SATISFACTION" Better Furniture For The prices we have' placed on our Furniture will make it easier for you to furnish your You will find furniture of character and quality at prices that will stand the" closest and comparisons. -Koom FUMED OAK SUITE .Nine pieces, made of hest quarter-cut oak, in fumed finish. Bullet, Extension. "Cabinet and Sir Chai.-a. Heddced to Bedroom Suite At Big Saviigs OLD IVORY BEDROOM SUITE One of the best Bedroom Suites made in Canada. "Dresser has largo sized mirror; Vanity Dresser with triplicate mirror; Chifforobe, Bed, Bench ami liocher. The host huy flft in Western Canada. Reduced CHESTERFIELD CHAIR AND ROCKER Heavily overstuffed with guaran- nio'ss and hair filling. Covering .tapestry, making a Eulte .that will ada distinolivehess to any homo and give you ths comfort and service you have the right to ex- Black Walnut Dining Suites Two nice-piece, suites, made of se- lect American black walnut. Suites consist of Buffet, Extension Table, China Cabinet and six Chairs.. One suite is in the William and Mary de- sign, while the otheris in the Queen Anne, both having the beauty of out- line and ornateness characteristic of their different periods. For a distinc- tive suite at the right price we can Con- fidently recommend these. Reduced to and COIL SPRINGS Made, of best oil tempered wire colls. 'All sizes. It2- Cf> to................ Cotton Felt Mattresies Built, not of pureT sanitary cotton. Will not mil. .or get lumpy. All He- "CA ducecl to The quoted are in no way representative of their real values, and anyone who luiows furniture value at all need not hesitate to buy now. Carpet Department A carpet from our large stock will .add the necessary touch to your home. 'We offer you a 8616011011 that would be a credit to a larger city, and our pricCvS are right, and we offer you a special discount on any rug in stock, Special Cash Discount of 10 Per Cent. Curtains And That add tone to the home.- We have the in these goods and they are handled exclusively by us. CHILDREN'S DRESSES 'Here are a number of children's' tub dresses, useful for wearing around the house or school wear during the mild spell. Not'all sizes but a good assortment in 10 to 14 years. Regular vaKie up to Kyland's Discount HOSIERY GLOVES UNDERWEAR- BLOUSES, SKIRTS KNITTED GOODS KIMONAS CORSETS j SILKS SHEETINGS COTTONS FANCY LINENS TOWELS i BRASSIERES CHILDREN'S DRESS- ES HOUSE DRESSES APRONS SILK UNDERWEAR NECK SCARFS LINEN BOYS' UNDERWEAR BSG HALF-PRICE SALE OF DRESSES FLANNELETTE Eegular for' GREY WOOL Worth for STRIPED Regular for RIBBED TOP HOLEPROOF value, for. pair DOUBLE BED COTTON Regiilar ?3.00 each, for LADIES' COLORED COTTON, Regular 75c value, for A pail' .TT PURE WOOL Black, navy, cardinal, brownr for CHILDREN'S WOOL Regular ?3.GO value, for