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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE .CHE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, NOVEMBER -i, f. P. K. Brakeman on Trial in Supreme of Brandy'Theft case against'-Edwin Weir for perjury, -which started itt tho Supreme Court "on Wednesday, momins, pro- ceeded all the' afternoon and on Thursday'morning, with the jury re- 'Urine for: their verdict at noon. The proceedingsXaross from the thctt of brzndy'trom. a C. T. K. for which, the brafceinan, Cayo, was charged, aud the- case dismissed by CHATTERER BECOMES ACQUAINTED By Thornton W. Is there something you would learn? Something you would about? Uso your tongue: that's what it's for, t Use your toueue and find it out. the Chatterer isn't in the least bashful, on which the theft ot the brandy took place, that ne-did ou July ICih 1920. it the Ijethbridge polico court, commit perjury in a certain preliminary hear- ing held Henry Irivin. magistrate, in a charge preferred against one IJdward Cayo for unlaw- fully stealing from n C. P. H- car a quantity of intoxicating liquor by swearins to the effect (1) That la dM not tell Detective Egan of the city po- lice and James Webber, C. P. H. In- vestigator or either of them, that he had on the 5th o! July been drinking brandy lu.Cayp'E room; (2) That he did not in reference to tha brandy al- leged to hav'o been stolen tell'Detec- tive Egan or James Webber, or either, that he had been drinking eonie of the stolen stuff ihoiigb-hs tad oo part in tbe stealing of it. ;Tfie accused Is defended' by J. C. Ilendry. Tho jurv in the W. Fetter, B. O. Sllckley; J. muir- i.ylo Fairhurst, H. Coy The- jury in ths Weir perjury rase, who retired about noon aud then re- turned shortly .after to get a definition of perjury from'his lordship, Appeared before the court'again at halt two, with the foreman stating past that they were iinable 'to agree. day- is yet remarked Mr. Justice Simmons, and the jury were sent back to to an agreement. jieople call him Impudent because be uses hid tongue so freely. But he doesn't mind this at all. He keens right on using that tongue of his, and the result is he knows about all there s to know in regard to his neighbors .md For a -while after his discovery ot :hat.blg red-coated stranger under his favorite hickory tree Chatterer kept his tongue atill and was. content to beep out of sight and watch. But the longer he watched the greater became his curiosity. Ho wanted to know who. this stranger was aud -what his busi- ness was.'When his curiosity became so great he could DO longer stand it, he decided to use us tongue. Chatterer seated himself on a limb In plain sight of the stranger and was a very slight cough. The stranger took no notice of it. Chatterer coughed louder. The strang- er looked up." said Chatterer. "Hello replied the slrangi hr. fidbd Uaturedly.. "Who are demanded Ch er bluntly. "Mo? Why I'm a squirrel Don't a memb.gr.' your own family Then you replied the "Hello replied the stranger good ualuredlyX stranger with to his eyes. Chatterer sawvfnat twinkle and it pro- voked Mlny 'lie felt that insldo the stranger _ijfa g laughing at- him, and if f av The case against CWTrWs me thing Chatterer-cannot' cd Arvid .NeilEon Is being laughed at. He ot A. J. 1'cs- telli from the Alexandra 34 miles north- s proceeded with 09 the conclusiou of the case against !Weir, 4 -reserve ai- 'West Edmonton, -wa The Nervous I Temperament (By opened his mouth.-for a sharp retort aud then thought belter of It. said he meekly. "I know a member of my. family I see hun. Ot course', yoil are one ot my cousins. But I .never ;have.seen you before and: I was wondering what your name Is." replied the stranger pr6mptl3r. "I'm Rusty the Fox Squir- I'Are you jiist passing through here on your way. to some other asked Chatterer, looking rather anxi- ously at the fat hickory nnls on Ihe ground. Rtisty picked tip'a fat hickory- nut imd turned it over two or three times 16 find tho best place to open St. said he. "No, I can't say that I am. Tho fact Is 1 have-decided to Settle here In the Green Forest! I like it. 1 Ilkp these fat hickory nuts.- They are the best I've eter found. I think 1 can live here very aud happily. I hope you won't object to having a new neighbor, especially a member of your o'wh Rusty said this.most politely, but his'eyes twinkled with mischief. "Won't you come down and enjoy fat .hick- ory nuts with 'slyly. inucb. for ''Cnatterer. Yes, sir, that was just a little more than Chatterer could stand. You know, he considered thbs'e. fat "hickory -.nuts his very own. That was. Jiis special tree. Anyway that is what he'Claimed although right down in 'his heart he knew it didn't belong ta him any more than to others. are my nuts! You can't.have he.barked sh'afply.' "If they are yours come take retorted Rusty, and'his more than over. {Copyright 1920 by T. WL nervous' temperament, that Is -with'aut the pildo of reason, yj is thcrBtore the cause of the-nervojis -sitive emotloual balance, becomes ev- ery; day. a problem to those individuals' !wli'o suijle'tifat there is'Vbom in the world 'of today for their own emotionaKer- tcmpcranient, and the In ernptoos of seUlsh Epcial dislikes and onisnv and unfair judgments'SJboth while'the victim is.atiW.ork and Tfvhen he Is atempling to ehjoy'hlrasolf. liaustive efforts to resist 'habitual out- breaks. The only hope ot the vlcctlm of a nervous temperament Is in re-edaca- ;o and -K-calth tna liolli eiiminating iho instinctive if their own. happiness replacing It with the "I. will" or "I believe" of reasou'. '.These people a'w ncliialty nttsmpt-l Tho ultimate result Is a vreakening -ing to .put over-upon too great tha wiH tbfou'gh its continual inal machine, Is the world of- the twentieth the Individual- istic expression of self; once fair .enough, but now the arch-enemy not only of. tho pcaco and wealth of tha community but o! and success. .temperament subject to the ty- yanny of emotion i does not adjust per- fectly to its and in the attempt lo keep eorna -cort. of. a ner- youa enuilibrium throughout tho daily 'atfaira oi life much valuable 'energy Is: exhausted. ;Tho various ways in which this en- ergy is lost, and the' bad cpnseduent effects on other nervous systems FINANCIAL REPORT OF COALDALE SCHOOL FAIR Receipts CoaTdale school board, White school board, Lum- ber Co., school prize at Coal- dale-Letlibridg'o fair, J20.00; Imperial OH Co..-Lcthbrldge, J5.00; North Star eiiecis on oiner nervous srgiemsir which have the misfortune to be tjhuajly in the neighborhood, of the Rr'ch-dlsturbcr, nrp well known by the luemhera of almost evcrj' family group aud best known to the- women and children of. these groups. Unnecessary gTtcitoraent covers all of this kind of energy exhaustion, and this excite- iient takes the form of shallow en-i hysterical "bubhllfig nrid, what is most important, of ter-' rlblg emotional depression and even dp'speration." Ut Is .interesting to add here that Eplnshnesij usually proects tempera- niental -folk from, suicide, however near the breaking.point they may coma, at the same alt supremacy may bring their unstable systems to a point of sudden fury, at which m'urner is not in tho least 1m- p.bsslbls. supremacy, or the rule'of When Farm Home flfas Destroyed HAMILTON, NOT; people wcro burned to deatli early _this_morn- ing "when a large brick farnvliouse in Cnister township, la-the vicinity ot SmitlwiHe, was destroyed by firei The rieart aret MrB. William Jennings, Miss Gladys Jennings, Mrs Jennings Sr. William owner of the house, and his daughter, Ethel; escap- "They WORK while you sleep" son, Lelhbrldgo, Max. Donald- son, P. Lund and Son, John'. McD. Davidson, J5.00; Mae- Mariano Hardware, W 9. Oun- Svald, D. U Walsb, ?5.00; A. J. Law, o't vegetables, Total, Special Prizes Lethhridgo Herald, picture, J15.00; R. A. Wright, cup, }5.00; P. Hums