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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FOURTEEN THE LETHBRTDCE DAILY THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 11, 1920 CHATTERER BECOMES UNEASY' By Thtmlon W. Suspicion rains peacs o( nind, And at Its best Is most unilmi. the Fos Chatterer Red Sauirrel, back to the big which he j as hia vary .own, waj most un-1 easy in bij mind. Could it be that! alter allJie bad fulled to Busty' the Foi Squirrel? Coold It be that while he had beeri away tint cfterncou Rutty had returned and gathered those {at hickory nuts that hart ou the ground! If so, what would he da about. Wnat coild he do about It? 'I'll fight him and drive him Crumbled Chatterer. "That's what I'll i 8sht him and'drive him away, j I'll teach "him that he can't come here 'and steal ray hickory i Now, this sounded very braTe Iboldi but all the time he was saying it Chatterer knew tint it was just talk, j I He remembered-, how-big Rusty had j seemed wben he'saw him far the first. i time-that morning and now as he tried to picture Rusty 1 nhis mind he grew; and Chatterer is isn'tany business of yours what 1 j'coward. His cousin, Happy Jack tho want to retorted Chatterer. Gray Squirrel, is much, very much bis- i iger than he, but Chatterer does not tfear him More than oirce he has had Chatterer find Sammy the beet of a Quarrel with Happy Jack. I Jay peering down at him. "It isn't any But this newcomer vris so much business of yours what 1 want to bigger than Happy Jack that Chatterer retorted .Chatterer. knew right down in his heart tiat a' "Maybe not; maybe replied flght vith him would bo worse, than Sammy good naturedly. It always} foolish Not only was Rusty bis, but makes him feel good iiatiired to see was strong. Chatterer had seen some one else ill naturcd. You know that at a glance. So, de'spiie his brave: it works that way with some- people. act make control permiueat, but it] empowered the government tJ im- pose control by an order-ln-couiacU whenever the situation demanded It. The bill also dealt with the melting of colnige, Mr.: !lwhlca wouM become %n offense .puntEhabla hir imprisonment for two years, itutead oi a 8 no as at present.. WON'T 'SAY IF apn.AOKUN IS TO it PROSECUTED Fur- long redirect (o mika thy statement fcHow'DS Mrs. TruTable yesterday afternoon on whe- ther or not the civil action tor J50.QOO Mr, Epracklln-'or Die killing of Bevereley Trumble irould be prose- cuted. Chatterer was uneasy in Ms Kind. YVhen he reached the hickory tree no dhp was to be Been. It was as quiet 1 and peaceful there as it no living crea- ture ever had passed that way. There t a sign of Susty the Squlr- I ret Chatterer vyas_both .glad, and dis- j appointed You iee he had _iecled to see Not seeing hini was "a relief, yet at the tame time left lili just aa wise as he was before and I DO more. Rusty might he far, far away bv thle lime. Then again he might be 1 right sround there somewhere. So 'Chatterer grew more and more uneasy. 'Sf.f'ivaiit ttf muttered Chat- tereV Impatiently, as once more he looked among the dry leaves on the ground for fat hickory nuts. Not one was to he found. "Some one has taisen them and I; want to know who !t te continued angrily. Without think- ing he had is :it you want to manjftd 4 voice., They actually enjoy seeing others un- comfortable.- "I merely thought 1 might ba able to help you flnd out what you don't seem to be'able to Ilnd out for yourself. You know two heads sometimes are better than he added mildly. -.Chatterer; bit his tongue. He bit it keep back an angry relort. You see it had popped into his head that per- haps Sammy Jay might be able to help him. 'Sammy's eyes are sharp. There Is little escapes them. No one knows this better than Chatterer the Hed Squirrel.-: Sammy Jay's eyes twinkled. you-want to to, 'is if that big cousin of yours .you boasted of having driven away really -r Chatterer-looked sheepish. said (Copyright, 1920, by.T. W. The next story: "Sammy Jay Guess- es-Right." .PHONE II (Continued from Page Fifteen) teroically attended to and'the vvay (he 'rounded" were carried off the field on tho double by their unlnjurod comrades merited nothing less than the .Victoria Cross. Signalling 07 companies, for which purpose sea-blue flags were used add ed the necessary nlr'ot mystery to thu occasion. WEDDINQB A quiet wedding- took- place on Saturday, November. at. 7.30. p.m., at the home of Jlrs. A. Foi, of this city, when her youngest daughter, Beatrice? 'Ashley, was united marriage to John Hart Lowe, of Lelh- brldge, Rev. H. oSTiciat- ing. Miss Nellie Ashley .bride "and Mr- Dave' McLean support- ed ther.groom. Alter the ceremony a buffet supper was sen'ed.' and Mrs. Lowe" will reside in Leth. Herald'. -v A -redding took place at II a.m. Nov. SO, at'SC Augustln's church Rev. Gore M. Barrow officiating, whet After tho events tho companies Miss Lilian Holmes, daughter of Mrs formed a hollow square, and In tbalj Holmes of Halifax, Nova Scotia formation were addressed by Lidyiiras united-in marriage to Mr. Fred Cavo "Tho'Torouto iiaii andierick Dreen of Bonita, Alberta Are your gums tender? Do thty bleed when brushed? If so watch out forFyorrhta. four out of five people over forty, not Empire." 'The-.bride looXed charming in a sul of nary sorge, worn with picture ha to-mstch carried a bouquet o white. chrysanthemums and maiden hair fern. She nway b Mr. Frederick Rogor.s, Mrs. Frederic Hoge'rs beinc matron of bonor. Th happy couple left on, the aftcrnoo train for their home iiV Dol llonita. i On Wedncsday-.nflcrnoon Viva Jones I Carter, -son of A. E. Carter, both resi- ilents of this oily, were Joined In the S'SaSTffSKffi'ilS I mcckstheUiltt often j [ook lllaco at [b? homn of Jnhn In Pyorrhea, the gums become then recede; the teeth decay, looaen, and fal! must be ex- tracted to rid the system of the infect-' big Pyorrhea germs which breed in ppcketaabouttjieiri. These germs low- er the body's vitality and causa many diseases.- You can keep Pj-orrhca away. Visit your dentist often for tooth and gum inspection, and use Forhan's For the Gums. Forhan'g For the Gums prevents checks its progress, if tittd in time and used consistently Ordinary .dentifrices cannot do this. Forhan's keeps the gumg firm and teeth white and clean. Start using it today. If your gums nave receded, Fortran's according to directions, and consult a dentist im- trcalmcnt, ..4 35c and 60c tubes in Canada and ra H cup Cowan'a Cocot 4 tablespoons hot water 5 ejjs M cup sugar 1 tiblespooa lenxm 6 cop pastry flour U teaspoon H teupooa powdar vinllla 1 tuspooa crated Itmra rind tmtn.thick and Add BUfar gradually, xR the time. Add teir.oa Hcd and juice. Add of ersa stiff. Ulx bak> Ing pdrrder, cocoa and salt tosether, Kift three tlmta, Fcld In above mixture. Baka In a ffreued and floured psn mlautu la a They WORK while you sleep" Don't stay bilious or conalinated, with your head dull, your stomach four, gassy, upset. Take one or-two JascoreU tonight sure for your liver and bowels and wako up clear anil fit. Children lovo Cascarets; too; No inconveniencu. 10, 25. 50 Thoso present were; the relatives iinrl intimate frleiuls of the bride and Record- Another haupy couple that were wedded this were Treta Tur- ner, (laughter of Mr, and Mrs. J. F. Turner, of this city, and Lorenzo Kel- son, of Woolford. The ceremoney was consumatecl last Monday evening at tho homo ot the brills, Ilishoj) Evans odlclallng. Tho bride looked very handsome In a blue dross trim- med with Flecordcv. CONTINUES CONTROL OVEK EXI'ORTS OF GOLD AND SILVER "DANDERINE" Girls! Save Your Hair! Make It Abundant! LOXUON, Xor. moving In tho bouse of commons last night tlie second reading of the bill to continue cohtnil over .exports of gold anil f liver bullion which expired conclus- ion of the last of! the peace treaties, Stanley Baldwin, Joint financial sec- ret Jry of.the treasury, 611 hehalf of tho government said that, anxloua as the government was again to FOR THE GUMS fir.mecliatoly after o "Danflerino' massage, yonr lialr fakea on now life, lustre and wondrous heauty, appear- ing twice aa heavy and plentiful, Ijc. cause each hair Bccmn to fluff ani} lion of nrltlsh currency, there was i A boflla of delightful no export authority who would admit "Danderlne" freshens your scalp. that the timo had arrlvtd for sucli checks dandruff am] falling hair. This Btlmiilntlng "licauly-tonlc" gives to Tho bin, Mr. Baldwin added, did thin, Ready for the Colder Weather Warm Coats, Cosy Knitted Under- wear, Heavy Serge and: Tricotine Dresses, Tweed and Serge Skirts, Heavy Hosiery, Sweaters, Boys' Suits and Top Coats, Furs, Quilts, Blank- ets, lifts and Gloves. THF WftMFN'S fOAT STftflft 1 Illi IT vlillJli v vvfi 1 u 1 VIvIVu in the best of condition. New lines have added recently-and.the prices are down. FINE PLUSH COATS WITH FUR COLLARS, Values reduced to..........; Values reduced to............. Values reduced to.........-. Values reduced to............ Cloth Goats Also Reduced in Price THE VALUES ARE THE BIG ATTRACTION, values in' this new shipment- of serge, jersey, tricolette and tricotine dresses. You haven't seen such values in years. WOOL JERSEY As low as Neweststyles embroidered. A dress you would expect tx) pay for. Come .in and see them. Cloth Coat, fui- trim- med. Reduced to......... ?90.00 Fiii- Trimmed Cloth Coats. Reduced to' Fur Trimmed Coats. to Pur. Trimmed Cloth Coats. Reduced to Fine Cloth Coats. Reduced to onlv ._..._......... Cloth'Coats." Reduce'd to................. SPECIAL! GINGHAMS, PER YARD 50c Fine quality, fast colors, plaids, checks and stripes Very 'new and very new .values You will say this is the you tiaye ieeeii since Tricolelts dresacs became popular. Serge Tho finest collection ot these utility dresses'we hava ever Bhowri, aud' tho prices are certainly Interesting: good value at are now being offered nowC r AA SPEP! SILK HOSIERY Heather hbsierj', 'blue, green, brown andipurpje mixtures. The legular value was ?2.50. HEATHER HOSIERY Cotton with finish; a smooth, fine feeling stocking for winter wear. THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF BOYS' i BOYS' SWEATERS In Southern Alberta to select the suit or overcoat for the boy from. For the; Next Ten Days We Offer a Discount of Ten Per Cent, Our suits and overcoats are all. made from PURE WOOL MATERIALS, carefully tailored, well lined and made up in the veiy best" styles. BOY.S' PURE WOOL SUITS AT S16.00, BOYS' HEAVY WOOL CLOTH OVERCOATS Young Men's Three-Piece Long Pant Suits Don't pay the big prices when you can get better suits for less. Elegant good quality stylish suits. Here Cheviot Serge Suits. Worth Selling here at A wonderful variety here to choose from. 'f Coat Sweaters, Pullovers and fine Jerseys color of combination of colors, in any' size. Priced from up to Boys' Mitts, Gloves, Knk- kers, Underwear and >A. Ribbed -per J Heivy.Warm Mitts, GREAT VALUE HERE IN TWEEDM SERGE SKIRTS NAVY SERGE ACCORDION PLEATED SKIRTS colored heavy stitching, forming a, trim- ming at bottom. A stylish skirt for only THE FUR SEASON IS HERE AND WE ARE READY wiTH THE GOODS CAPE THROWS AND and up to MUFFS TO MATCH ALL up to GIRLS' FUR SETS, AT PER and TWEED SKIRTS FOR BUSINESS Smart styles trimmed with buttons, new belt ef- fects and pockets. Regular values Now offering at COATINGS BY THE YARD 64-inch All Wool Blanket 64-inch Soft Wool Heavy TweeoVyard 56-inch Extra Heavy Heather Mixtures, yd, 58-inch Very.Fine Quality .Velour, 54-inch Plaid Vicuna, per yard 54-inch Plaid Blanket Cloth, yard ALL ABOVE ARE PURE WOOL GOODS THE SIMPSON COMPANY, LIMITED ;