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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta By Thornton 'W. BOrge'js Don't say a thing is so or so. Until you positively know. Jack Siiulr SuSj-'U-i'.. ihlnff and r tdge is amdhcr. But suspicion is for- ever making mistakes, while knowl- edge never does. Just take the case ot Chatterer the Red Squirrel. He knew that some one had all the fat hickory nuts that had fallc-a from the big hickory tree which he claimed owp, but to which he had no: real right. There had been some fat hickory nuts among the brown leaves L (be grouna, and now there were i none. Those leares, been pulled over'by some one and every fat nut' taken. had done it? Chatterer rhonght ho'knew. -Ho didn't'know; hcjjust suspected. Bui suspicion was enough for Chat- terer." He'flew Into a dreadful rage and off he started toward that part of the Green Forest in which he knew his big cousin, Happy Jack the Gray Squir- rel, lived. f'He stole Ha stole them! a thief, and I'll tell him so. I'll get liack thuse fat hickory nuts if it lakes me all the he'.cried as he hurried through the .GreeuVForest. He found Happy Jack hunting for EOino; chestnuts. Happy Jack had Lis niyv winter coat, and he looked very handsome, very handsome indeed. His tail, Which, through the had looked ill kept and bedraggled, was now handsomer thau so big and broad and such a beautiful silvery gray that It was a tail for any ono to lie" proud .of. Chatterer .always, ins been a bit jealous of that tall of Happy Jack's, and the sight of it aow added to: his Thief! thief! thief! thief! What have-you done wilh those fat hickory nuts'1' lie shrieked as soon as he Jack. SWhai fat hickory demanded Happy Jack, and he spoke sharply. He didn't like being called a thief, "You know well.enough what fat hlcKon nuts. Where are larked Chatterer. "1 don't know what you arc- talking letortedjiappy, Jnck. ''I ''You a fll'm not a By, .this'time Jack was quite as angry-as his small cousin. "I haven't seen your lal hicl ory nuts! If there is any thief about here he wears, a. red cqai, not a gray Kow, you kno.w Chatterer guilty "I'm not a time Happy Jack was iiuite fcs angry as his small cousin.-.- of stealing.-whenever he has A chance, but he Is Just as quick to resent being called a Jhlef as if ho were honest, This remark of Happy Jack's made' him angrier: than ever. He was so angry that bo actually stuttered be-! cause ho tried to make -liis tongue go faster than it could. He called Happy Jack, every, tad. name he could think of, and', if the'rq ara any; Chatterer because lie hasn't "Do'you mean to tell me that you haven't heen over to my private hick- ory tree this demanded Chatterer, planting hinisdf squarely in front ot Happy -Jackl TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 11920 Her sleepy head upon the pillow falls, Ovei ker drowsy eyes, the eyelids creep, Tired of her play, her teddy-bear and dolls. Healthy, content and falls asleep. After her cup of FRY'S Premier Talks High Cost of Living, Home Foodstuffs, and Exchange, To The Local Council Of f omen have'you'dons'with those fat "I haven't done anything with them becfftise'I'Kaven't'Eeec'themr'-'decIar- cd Happy Jack.. "You see, I've been too busy right here hunting for cheat- nuts to think'about anything "And that is the spoke up Peter Rabbit, "for I have watched him all afternoon." Chatterer began-to wonder if he had suspected the wrong one. (Copyright, 1.920, by T. W. The next "Chatterer Remem- bers Ilusty." Sugar Refineries Cuttins Throats MONTREAL, Nov. in of Meltiuen and NewYork? Counsel for the will, by. which Arthur T. Walk- er, a law thorhulk of I the estate, the hlgh- cr court frorii the decree of icounty-probate court' which allowed .as Issues for'trial by jury charges of Albert V. .Searles, a Boston.artist and nephew-of the testator, that the will was obtained by fraud and'undue in- fluence and that the'recluse was of unsound .mind, .when it..was made. Albert V. Searles was given under the will, with ther stipulation the sugar market this morning tnal -nc would forfeit all claims H he a' a standstill4 on: account, ot, attempted -to. contest the Instrument-' refiner characterized.as "the- price-cutting -oMhe ridiculous few days." "last One refinery appears to ba.dctcrmined to undersell the others, and this morning they quoted tlielri price at a drop of 50'cents from the price set yesterday afternoon which was in turn a-decrease of .-60 OTTAWA MAN LEFT 'I A LARGE OTTAWA, Nov. Under the terras of the will of the 'ate .Thomas cepts from yesterday morning. The BIrkett, well-known Ottawa business general impression among local deal- man -who died October 21 last, his ers Is 'that tue situation will be nor- widow, Bon and granddaughter are nial for, according the majorlly, the principal beneficiaries. Thti Uita1 the refiners .-ire becoming tired of .estate Is of which ?36S, "cutting cadi other's throats." 1.799.67 Is personal. The wiooX re reived an amount in excess of ?90, nnd an annuity of the son re reived approximately J275.000 and Vcra JI' D' granddaughter '.gets to ho administered iintl she is 23 yearc of age. No bequests _ _ OBJECT TO PROVISION'S OF MILLIONAIRE'S W ur o N'ov. 9.r-Tho snprdmo' ta'Vhiirii- court has been appealed to In tho con- are institutions test for (he estate of Eil- F. Scarlcs, the wealthy rcclusi SCj (AGREE TO END PARTISAN STRIFE BOILS SO BAD HAD TO GIVE UP WORK Prom the days of Job, up to the the nffllctlona of the human race, the afflictions of the human race. All the poulticing and lancing you may do will not prevent .them from breaking out again. lloils are simply caused by tha had Mood bursting out; and the bad Mood must be mado pure before Iho bo.lls will disappear. Burdock Blood Bitters, which has' been on tho market for over fortv -years, IB well known as the greatest Mood nierllclno procurable. it purifies the blood by removing evory particle of !oul mailer from th.p system, and when this Is done the bolls vanish, anil you should neyor he troubled again. Mr. .James Fabcy, Newport Island. Quo., was troubled with noils. pperation. He studied Jaw' with "uncle, late Hon. chief jus-; lice of-Manitoba.' The number of words used by chil- dren two years old varies from a very few words for the backward child up to11000" children. The average nomber la put (at between 200 lion. It Is impossible to lower the .the JAMES A. CLANCY, EX-M.P. Veteran auditor of tho Onlarlo Oov- only by The T. crnm nt ohtho i .t-ivP, Sno V10 Toronto, Ont. the 'Civil Service Verired" imder '-to new Supcmnnitallon bill, general level of the cost of living by la mere act of law. U would he sense- ,less lo atle.mpt lo level anything dc- i pending upon world conditions. Goods do not go out of the country If Ihn same price can He obtained here. Jf wo should artificially determine at what coat goods should he got out. producers would start lo produce an- olher line resulting In former goods conRCiiuently going up to higher price, which goes lo show that Inlcr- fcrenco results in the opposite result in Cur i-ansc. Thn Gold bad pounds of IIOIM im board. STUDY SOIL PHYS1C3 SASKATOON'. Sask., Nov. One of the Hie curriculu lines of study added (o nf University of Hastalchcwau at Saskatoon Is that of sol! physics. This will be undertaken in an effort lt> overcome dry-fiirmlng conrlitions. v you enhance the price ol the article tons In (metric I you wish to dlmheli. Prices are is comprrrci Wii 13 as tar advanwi ct would expert The world's production of coal is) estimated by United Stales Cico- logical Survey as motrlc ton 'nf 2205 metric in 151S. Breakdown am.So nervous it seems as though I should nerves are all on wish I were dead." How often have we heard these expressions or others quite as extravngant from some Joyed onei who has been brought to this state by some ieinale troublfe which has slowly developed until the nerves can no longer stand up unflerit; No woniari should allow herself.; into this condition without giving that good old-fashioned root and herb remedy Lydia hams Vegetable Compound a trial. 111 Read the Letters of These Two, Wpmen. North East, was in ill healt li four or five years finrl doctored -with one aoctor after another, but none helped we. I'was irregular nnd had such (erriblo pain in my back, lojrer dotfi and nervous, could riot restatnigfatand wa.s more tired in the thsa iwhcn I went to bed. I Have two'ehil- the youngest three nwnUiii part of my bady and ddwn each side and'H Vrag drudgery to care for that I had to go to fed tlireo or four' as I-felt irritable and generally worn f days every month. I was very nervous, out i'rom lack of rest ami appetite liml, could not sleep and could noteab iny baby did not get enough nonrfeh- A friend asked nient from my milk so I started to give me (o lake Lydia K. Pinkham's Vege- "him two bottle feedings a day. After table CJompound and I am sorry I did. taking? three bottles of Ijrdia 'E. Pink- not tako'it sooner for It has hqlpcd ran ham's Vegetable Compound I felt wpnderfully. I don't have to go to bed a new woman, fuil of life and energy. Vrjtn tho can cat without-.being.'. It is a pleasure to care for my children, sick and have more strength.' I recoin-'; and-I am very happy with them tod mend your medicine and you..are at feel fine. I nurse my baby exclosrrely liberty to publish my and cant say too mocb'fofwur WEAVEti, 11. It A. MILUBBU 9683 KastjWd.- B. 24th St, Nervous, Ailing Women Should, Rely Upon I I udiat.Pmkhams pound ;