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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ;PAGE THE LETHTmroCrE DAILY NOVEMBER 12, 1920 PHONE im frqni page 15) C. Ed-, wards; of deal, Miss A. president of the FrOTiCCiil "I'Ouicu'a InSlitUtoi tcC- ond vice-president, Mrs. Bishop, of Edmonton; recording-secretary, Mrs.1 Harold Riley, Calgary; treasurer, Mrs. G. W. Purdy, Calgary, Tha featuro of the meeting was the comprehensive program of new legis- lation, and Includes amendments to the criminal .code of Canada. The fact that wife desertion Is not otfenco .was discussed at length by the meeting, and It was decided thai the council pass a reso- lution petitioning'tho government to amend the AS possible so that tho'offence-may'be- made'an.extraditable one. .'The mat- ter, was considered rery .urgent as numerous cases "of wife desertion- liaS'o been'Reported of late. Mrs. Edwards and Sirs: Riley wero appointed by the council to work .thsse'petitions into shape and present the government before.tho end of tho yea r. Xirs. F. A. Stoltze and Mrs. Alex. Smith were delegates from the 'Local Council here. iVIOULO ARREST WOMEN FASHIONABLY DRESSED TORONTO, Nov. of the fashionably dressed women of On- tario should be arrested (or indecent declared Dr. Margaret Pat. crspu, of t.his city, at this1 afternoon's session of the annual convention of the, Ontario Women's Institute. Tho question of womou's dress came np in connection, with." a' resolution submit- teit from Ins Muskoka'.. Women's In1 stitute, condemning Hie present day tendency toward immodesty of dress. Ttilj consensus of opinion of the dele- gates to the annual convention was that the immodesty of dress prevalent atitUe present time was, attributable of liomo training of'the young pftple and generally relaxed disci- pHne In-the home. JAY GUESSES BRIGHT to tho vorth-iu which the rank and file were held. He reminded his hearers of tha. part they took In fight- ing for and thai it was now a matter at these prin- ciples. To .this 'wo cau looS to no saner judgment than from tho return- ed men. Warm 'Welcome to Mayor Tho toast to "The City" was propos- >d (Vimlrailn 15 1 OMctt'tM.- M'llrt' batteries bo placed In the armory. Called on by General Stewart to say. a few words, Dudley Cocq os- uia appreciation of tha sym pathy tho boys with whom he haJ been had shown him la his present affliction. "Tho' Press" was proposed py Com- rade "Ted" Pittard who paid'it thi compllmont of being just as inslru- ed by Comrade R. i, Chlswlck. who; mental !n winning tho war with its By Thornton W. passing strange hon- much .you will .Of others learn by ellting still Jay. referred to the fact that the finances of the City of Lethbridse- were in far bolter shape any other city in the city had much to compliment itself on lu the war effort uiadc. c Mayor .Hardly In.'replying to tho toast, was greeted with loud cheers and "He's a Jolly Good fol- propaganda'as were. The toast was replied to by W. A. R. Cocq. During the evening a pianoforte sel- ection was rendered by Comrade J. Bastin which, together with songs by Comrade W. Stott and Comrade J. E. Thompson, wereihlghly appreciated. The gift of flowers to the banquet oy Mrs, Stafford was acknowledged DESERT' Cream Pie do Luxe de Renaix CAVE >etchlorlde as a matter "qfjcouil'esy hat J as a call of duty v. ffhe report was adopted.' Sammy Jay Is often spoken ot as a rude and unmannerly fellow. It Is whispered that be is a thief, and cer- tainly at times he is noisy aud Impu- dent, happy, careless, rolitcking rogue in ifccfcit of blue, trimmed with white, giey-aiid black. But Sammy Jay can bo as'poiitB as the best when he sees fit. My, I should say He has such'-a' smooth tongue it is k wonder It doesn't drip oil. It all depends .ou Uo'w Sammy is feeling, and whether or not-ho: Is''seeking to find out some- thing. N'ow, there Is" no one in all tie Green Forest who can slip about mora silent- ly than Sammy Jay whea ho wauls to spy on his neighbbris. He has a way of slipping fffl'ni one thick trea top to another as silently as a shadow. Hid- den'In tha .tree uses his sharp eyes, to tie .very and litUo' escape's 'them. Ho hid shrewdly gliessed that what Chatterer tho Red Squirrel wanted to know snore than anything else in the world was whether his hig cousin, _ Rusty the Fox S'qulrrel, really had left I He stopped lu a cerlain tree to scratch the Green Forest. Sammy was quite as his head while he ran over his mind all tho hollow trees anywhere near. There isn't a hole, big or little, in tho trees of the Green Forest that Sammy Jay hasn't found and peeked into. And Sammy doesn't forget. "Let me the Gray SquIrreVliad come'to the i muttered Sammy, "Chatterer said tliat Green that he; Chatterer, this fellow is bigger than Happy Jack, had frightened him away, Sammy had That means that ho will use a rather largo, hole. I believe I kuow just the oue that will suit him." Silently Sammy flew over to a cer- tain tall hemlock tree aud hid la the thick top. The very nest tree was a terer, talking to himself, he knew that big maple, one big branch of which '...............was dead and hollow. Sammy sat per fectly sllll with his eyes fued on the hole which was the entrance to tha hollow. For a long time he, sat there without moving, for Sammy, has pa tience. The'Black Shadows were jus beginning lo creep through the Green Sajhrny Jay the ways Squirrel Forest aud Sammy had about icado iijr. family aud no one :heUer that] his mind that he .would have tb; give tho way to Cud out things in the Greeul the matter up for that night and go to Forest is to remain hidden and bed, when snddenlv. a face appeared in Whep be left Chatterer there by the the entrance to that hblidw limb. Sam- big hickory tree from under which the my held his breath and "waited. 1'res- towed by'a tiger. He said that loaning of plants by the Ter- he was proud of mayor of Leth- r'1 Floral Co. Acknowledgements i bridge for tne years halweri9 also mada to the telegrams ot would be prouder still to have been'a' eood. wishes received from Sergt.- Major Kearns, LleuL Filmer, Corporal When you eat let it be the best member 39th Batten'. He re- gretted that the war hid not taken place twenty years earlier so that ho could havft taken a parl in what he regard- ed as the first duty of a British cft- izen. Ho promised the veterans that long as he-was mayor he would make it his concern, as it has always ieen, that no .vacancy In the city tan' would be" filled without the claims f tho returned uiea having first con- idcralion. Major Barnacal spoke as to the necessity of perpetuating the local .latteries by forming local militia units lo carry on their traditions. He uggested that a roll of honor of anxious to know himself. He hoped Rusty hadn't He wanted to sea Ilusty. he had heard that afternoon that Chatterer was bragging that a Btrang- a Squirrel bigger than Happy Jack first doubted, and then become curi- ous. He had suspected Chatterer of hav- ing made lip that slory about this big having overheard Chat- Chatterer had' told the 4Tutb. aud at once Samniy.was filled with curiosity to newcomer. So he told Chat- terer he would help him try to find out whether or not Rusty really had been frightened away. better.-than .does C. Sydal and Mrs. James-Daries. Tho following was the menu ser.v- cd with the Wishes named relating to members of tho Battery while at tho front: MEKtr >Butn Boullon Special Celery Olives Turkey Aveo Dressing Best :VEGETABLES Pommes de tcrro a la "Friday" Cream Carrot pour les chcvaui a la Targette Wagstaffe's -CANDIED- Lemok, Orange and Citron Peek FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS CAKE9 AND PLUM SOLD BY ALL GROCERS i fallen hickory nuts had so inysteri- iouslyDisappeared he made up- hio jminil'that-if Rusty was still in the Green'Foreat he wasn't far away: "If he Is still here he probably has t found a hole in a tree in which to spend the night, and it isn't so far from that big hickory tree thai :he run over there when.he ently a headVas tirust'but and Sam- my knew instantly that he had giiess- That head was the head of a Squirrel, but a Squirrel Sammy nov- ef before had seen. (Copyright, I'lSO, by T. AV. .The neit story: "Sammy Jay is Most Polite.' BOYS OF 39TH BATTERY 'HAD A HAPPY REUNION o- Banquet At Y. M. C. A, On Armistice Night Most En- joyable Songs. I ,The solidarity of the of''the members of tho 39th Battery by a splendid, get to- gether in-ihe annual at the Y. M. C. A. on Thursday .night, gathering was all that" could "be Table Lang and many were tho re- miniscences indulged In by the speak- ers connected with the battery, which brought forth laughter in. the way Ihey ,-wcro appreciated.-.; In this par- ticular .'G.' Pollard "shone 'and as a raconteur he made a fine impression. Stewart, "Doc" as he is familiarly known, was ou deck, and 'he paid the battery- the great compliment in reminding the -boys that the 39th was the battery that held the proud position of being on "the a laugh took place over incidents, tho humorous eiae of which are now seen, Ihough Ihoy look on a different aspect at the time they occurred. Fully fifty gathered round the board with al Hhb associations of "Aiild Better Meat for Less Money (f 4O5 Fifth Street South Specials for the Week-End i __ ___ _ .11 .11 I I III I I HI ,f. T Choice Veal Roasts 'Veal Stew xi Leg of Lamb..............................30c Shouldet' Lamb Beef Boasts..................18c to 20c ?Lamb's Livel', Ib. .10c iBacon; by the piece......................, 5Sc 'Hams, 8 to 10 Ibs..........................40c ;Piire Poik and Beef Sausages, 2 Ibs. for......45c 'Tomato Sausages, 2 Ibs, for Choice No. 1 Creamery Butter..............65c BERRIMAN, Proprietor. J. BALL, Manager. eral Currie. Again there the unique distinction of .Its being the first (o cross the Canal du Nora with every man ready and with all equip- ment in place. The Toasts Lieiitenarit A. M. Xalsmlth, M. C., was there from anil in reply- Ing to the toast of "The Battery" ho said tliat the proudest thine ho coulil say ,of it was that It was good as any'battery In France. Captaiti E. G. MacKcazle proposed the toast of the lattery. There ij. nothing to a man, he said, who-wag' not as much n mp.n at the front as he Was at home. In t'hn city and i" community tho veterans' of T-cth- bridge were the greatest slrSngth of any place In Canada, and in this the members of the 391h were chiefly in- nlrumcntal. In thai !hey formed the bulk of the men who went overseas from the city. The mon ot the battery had a high plane. In solemn -.manner Major -Ucv G. M..narrow aubmiUed 1115 '-toast to "Fallen He- mentioned the connection he had with General Seeley, to whom ho acted as galloper c In the Boer war, 'ami paid' a trihiito to him. He recarderl the fallen com- rades not aa fallen but as thoso who had been promoted lo much higher i a far greater country. Tho I toast was an Impres- sive silence of two mimitcs. Tho toast of "The Quests" was pro- posed by Pollard in very felicitous fashion, and replied lo by W. A. Buch- anan, M.I', Tho member for Lcth- bridge said that he fell that he was responsible for Iho first reunion of the battery, In that It caused when he visited Franca and got together as .many ot tho hoys from tho city nnrl district ns he could to give them mes- sages Jroni Iho horac town and lo carry back others. As ho'remembered i it thai re-union was held behind ft nrepcry. ami during the lime shells nasscil over, wlikh he was clod lo j know, when told, were only falltri? two i miles away." HoVetrr, It a realization .of. what the hoys had Id face. He rcferrdd lo tlto spec- tai-le of tho fmorol of the unknown solrllpr In !vng., with burhl In WcslinlntXif iibey as a UILT in faultless period of our own exclusive adapta- tion, beauiuullu finished in rick, flawless woods, and possessed of a powei- to reproduce with unsurpassed faithfulness, the Phonograph isj-unquestionably a masterpiece. 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