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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FOURTEEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HBRALO NOVEMBER 19, 1920. IS MOST POLITE D By Thornton W. MRS JAMA HEARS MR. MEIGHEN "She'll Say He'll Do" By J, S.K. '_._: Politeness gains .Trhere rode new loses; So Ss ha who this wiy chooses. Jsy.' Sammy Jay is .accounted one of the smartest of all the little people in the Green Forest- He is smart in more ways-than one. ,No one can be more rude and unmannerly than he, and no one can be more polite. He learned when quite young that politeness usually pays, so when there !s some- thing, he wants to gabi he is polite- ness itself. Sammy, hidden in the .top of. a.till hemlock treo, kept so still thai Rusty j tha Fox Squirrel, sitting with hla head i out of the doorway of his new home, which was in a. hollow dead llinb of a big maple.tree close didn't sec or hear him at all. For a long time .Rusty cat Ihefo looitog this way and look- lag that Then, bar-.- Ing made up mlad.thal no one was j near.Ine camo.out and nimbly ran up" to a comfortable" seat in a crotch of the trea half vwiy to the top. He had cqmorbut to get a little" fresh" air be- fore rctirJES nigbt. Samuy "Welcome, to, tue Green sail he. i :o cbuckle. gave hiinSelt i'i i i v saspins with surprise when he saw how-big Rusty was, but -ho "You fell a different story from my choK-ei) that gasp and waited un-1 small cousin, whom I met this mom- til llusty was comfortably seated said "he, "From him I gathered his-back to the trunk of the 'Good evening, Mr. Stranger, Sammy mott politely. tbe KOI Squirrel 'sUrtlud. Ho was startled, kept his scat, lie knew that voice, and he knew that Sammy Jav could .do him no harm. 'Good ho replied rather ungraciously, staring over at the top oiMhc tali hemlock tree. Sammy flew out where ho could be seen. "Welcome to the Green Forest. "Are you passing through, or haVc you I come to replied Rusty, un- graciously, "is-wholly my own affair. enough. True .enough. Of replied Sammy. "Eicnse me for appearing to pry into your affairs. I woiildh't'do that for.the world.' Is no business of mine I asked because live here in inc.Green Forest.IhInk there iB.no place .liko it injiill tluS great world, and I (that this isn't a nice neighborhood at 2 id! all." By the time he was through tell- I ing mo of all tbe. enemies of the squir- Dere Pleas'pago the dang fool who tolo i me Arthur Meighea wood be afraid to 1 talk protecilve tariff in A1U. and Ho ether but now it disappeared. Sammy was such a polite fellow that it quite Impossible to ol Question" about as bad a neighborhood as ever I httvs heard of oyes twinkled. Sammy; Jay laughed. "That sounds like Chatterer the Red said he. "Yes, sir, that sounds Just like Chatterer. But yoa have .noticed that, dcspile all these dangers, Chatterer lives here himself, arid you know ha doesn't hare to.-He could leave if he wanted to, I wonder "why ho told you that 'Probably ne wanted me to know tbe worst at onco replied Rusty, his eyes twinkling more loan ever. Sammy saw that twinkle and imder; stood It. HI s'own eyes twinkled as he replied: 'That must have beca it Chatterer'is very thoughtful, Squirrel, is very him- self. -I do you asked llusty. 'I wonder if ho mentioned fat hlck- or> nuts, said Sammy Jay, looking ven thoughtful 1920, by T. W. Burgess.) next slorj Itusty Asks a ROYAL HOUSEHOLD! MATCHLESb FOR EAD AND PASTRY! NOVELTY of design, combined with unusual harmonics of color has placed Penmans Sweater Coats high in the estimation of men and women who love outdoor life. Penmans have realized that this popularity can only be retained by backing up style nmt color with iiuililyi.aml hive accordingly knit comfort and durability into every garment, "THE STANDARD OP EXCELLENCE'. Fcnirans LimiUd, Parii. Maters a] .and Hosiery, Sweater Coats then; yoa? hard.bbll tories lake it up and clap Vlll'yeiur hands are soro, then you to you gayj who arrange to let 'in free and have" Instructed to show, lots of you take up Ihe oration and it up {111 I raise in ray chair for the third lime, then let it gradually uitj lu we can beat tbo King plaudits by at leas 5 T Mr. Meighen has only one other i manncrisrv .besides feeling for- the Bafsly of-bls'clgars, that is ho sways; from side to side and when he's' back- in neutral rises on his toes, and out, it a new 'decimal a slander on a free trader. j That .working up to the high pitch: rem'.ne nie of the trouble all the ame- teur singers a few years back encoun- ter. that BonK.'.'Tbe Holy yon Hozana, Hullnn in tho hi-rest, Hozana evermore, a lot of guys never, never got up to that never crossed the Rubicon. Of conrse-we must not pass any cold deck. to the. Honourable Jas. A. Calder. note low particular I "am. to write put th'e-'word Honourable In tolo. Well James, looks all ot That lie is a first 'siring ..politician. .Beautiful smile, jollier, angelic countenance, a regular old Sauta Clans, darn his fat old head he looks like a bisbop; he was. spoiling scrap Muuday nite, and carried .the" bluff through. I im- agine no ons bother heckling hitn, be- cause no one worried much about any- of S hrs. from totally causes. thing bo says, but be really sounds con- andahs, I never seemed to? need: )iiy valuable, dog. It hardly ever rains anyhow. One day I cum home, and I see my ine young bull pup" Just 'having one swell time. He had something he was He would get'both feet on it and pull'It to ribbons; he roll on it. ie chewed it up, he Jump and land ion it with, all 4 ft., he lore those ribbons to tatters and .Iben he tore the tatters to shreds. Then, oh I dis- cover it is one of my favorite sox. It was too late, that soxxwas utterly.de- stroy. -Pieces of thit sol lay lir every around-chewed to pieces totally uncollectablo "or'repair- EOS was the sickest looking BOX I oTflr it .wa.B, ah; decimated, scattered to tie into the dust, as far as the soi was con- cern it was, no more, it had gone to tbe never-never land. Except the dog swalled that and died of ptomaine poisoning in side tentioa Mr. Caldiir, Minister ot lione and Immlsntion. You all may clap your bandi he gets op- there Is oo restraint in that particular whateTer. Grits clap hard for whit he used to" you tories for what he is you fanners for what he os next year. Wblle Mr. was Mr. Melghcn lean over and whis- per In Doc Stewart's ear. I simsjlne he Bed, Say Hoc. see all those leaning away. out over the balcony Aren't you ifral.d they'll break their necks. I guess Ixid wilipers hack: JYc's, I been bunch over and theys: mostly. 'ill Jtrits, so you and, 1 should worry about their dang The'u wisgolitg tore up.'IrpIetedoAit like this: l.want the Preniler'ii: jicoytion to be a re'sii- lar tcrlts bite their iiEila 'mfenry.! The M53 way hi, BP range', tho'applauie, to make It as jion- is for those who premier, clsp first PURITY QUALITY ECONOMY With the increased cost of labor and materials due to war conditions, h is not reasonable to suppose that a really first class baking powder can be made and sold at the bid prices. Rather than sacrifice inequality of MAGIC BAKING POWIKR found it necessary to make slight incraaaes in price during the war period. Even though Hagic Baking v Powder may cost a few cents more than the ordinary kinds it is still by far theqmost economical baking ;ppwder on ihe when purity, strength and ing qualities arc taken intp consideration. Contains No Alum Made in Canada TO PRAY FOR THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS Nov. ross) lordship, Bishop Williams us Issued the following pastoral let- ter to the clergy, ot his diocese: "Tho ctergy ara rcqucslcd to preach on. the subject of tho League ol Nat- ons Sunday, November 14, being the first Sunday after the anniversary ol Armistice Day. ft is a matter ot very great importance for the future peace of the world that strong public opinion shpuld.be aroused in favor-.'of the League of Nations. glad f you -will bring the matter before ypnr congregation and .offer special irayers in the church on Sunday next !or. the League of Nations." Ihcld no post mortem, and I d6n't noo et what the dog's 3'ead.. Bui that's neither, year iibr there, take, if you will, these examples. vincinff, a regular old Ham hunter.: He takes a slice here and a slice there, and manages to get bis Z Equates a I take, if you will, these examples, day. We, give him credil for. being sincere how. He was easier lo lisaen too than Kennedy. Say every MK ilelghen, with all respec and "no time 1 think'of their speeches, I go insinuation's. Hon. Arthur ia'my bull 'and kick the cat, it's only got 2 lives Tha good have it yet-rl'll never Itave another like it, is the plali'orm_of pup, for mylpurposes Just now. --That other EOI that is now, ain't, is tho arguments of Ihe op; position; after the bull dog says finis. McKenzie King's platform and iir. Qraer's ropewallc aro decimated after 3Ir. .Meighen bas chewed.and pawed anil swirled and toron and left'now. I had rersatluh with Mr. Calrter. He came In before thq.others. Mr..Cal- der, I'm Sirs'.' Peach, assistant society editress of tbe Herald. luiuss impose on your privacy and inquired who was your Dinner Host where did "you dine. jumped 6ti for 2 hours they are 'you dear public men must not resent in rather in shreds; They's wiped of tbe policy mop, tncy. hns "nojmore f esemblance platform on which to stand than a'wreath a' EmokVSn n Chinook, blown intrusion. He ns politelas he looks. He looks "tit'ine over the top of his glasses and "says, hetlisitlayou. 1 hnit no'HijsL 1 eat at Fat's Quick Lunch, aud Iho only toasts and acaltered, Ihey'may find the pieces [offered me was under the poached eggs but Meighen Bed, none hjul j I ordered. I'at's Is His ll.na.1 un in Volrt If Tnil Ylft qlftpfln IB "Hum" fntfeta 3nrl 1 SCrfO 1 turned up in Yale, or'was It jail ho Some bull least a fighter, the "fiel" expression, the kindling accurate with reach and punch, the snap and smash, tireless (I'll say so) on his.toes, no mercy, no apparent ex- citement, cool .'and calculating to last decimal point, "ripping, tearing, tossing in the air, crushing, smoth'er- .ing, weighing down, and trampling on the opposition. Atta-a-boy. 'i No favours asked and none given. Here I stand, here I may fall (no Here I am, come get me if you can. Probably not an Idol, but you got to hand it to-him, and you. must feel heres a man, a real man, afnt words wonderful. He sed, "Things in Ihe country will never be the same." Well, thanks for those kind words. Some say Mr. King dreams dreams, some say Its nightmares. A. Mr, King's address was a symphony of words; Mr.' Meighen's, Ihe sledge- hammer blows of a pile driver, right between tho eyes. His .only .outstanding mannerism is a careful feeling'with his right hand of hia left breast lie's not to crush hi a cigars, I Thai's Mr. Meighen, pTSlly much-as 1 saw him Of I'm a. hard boiled, and so make allow- ances. ilul the meeting It was freo.JuBt liko Mr. King's, and they bad's jAzz band. When Jlr. Calder como'orf.the plirtform they played, "Don't bitS'tho hrtnd that's feeding but from his speech, jt was an unncceasarj'iprei'au- lion. I 'used up about ono dollar and fiG els. of your valuable space describ- ing the cheerman al Mr. Klng'6 meet- ing. Yoa remember he spoke with a reverse English; Tbe peanut boys wero making pools whether Mr. Tain- ler was really talking or communicat- ing to sorno one who was a lip reader. Mr." Ball.was chccrman at the pre- mier's meeting. Daniel In the lion's den wasn't tho only guy whose had his dlfficultfes. f am In kind of a awkward corner myself, you see this point I mark wltli an well' that's me, I'm standing (here, H yds. ilcw north is Ihe deep blue sea, M yds. riefr south is, well, a lhat's where 1 am. It's this way, I "Mrs. lama as one of my mnltUuiIir.ous dulles, act as janitoreas at tho block where Mr. Hall.works. I don't want to say what ho sed, but of course II was alrifc. 1 wouldn'L bo vioInlliiK any confidences however If I lolo you what I found In his waste basket. 1 pieced so'ni'e torcn papers together and they red like (his: l-Brfles, cenls rind now a ingoing to (0 joiir kind jfc ICE CREAM PLANT DAMAGED BY FIRE? HAMIL-TOX, Nov. from machinery started a Bre at six o'clock this morning- in the Robins on-j Ice Cream Company's building'on McNab street north, which resulted in .a loss estimated at The flru got.a big before it was discovered and the bulldluB was completely destroyed. Insurance of was carried. Two firemen were injured. TO RELY UPON BANKERS HONG KONG, Nov. Is report- ed that tho Chinese- ministry of fin- view reported unac- ceplabllily of Ihe. terms, of Iho con Eorlium has decidcd-to rely npon Ihe proposal's bankers for fumUblng the finan- TELEPHONE POLE FELL ON AUTO; GIRL KILLED MOOSE JAW, Nov., Jessie Thompson of Esk- bjrk was Instantly killed when a telephone pole..fell ov.er an mobile In which she was a pass- enger near Darmoody. Miss Thompson was with MelvTrT Schaffer. In.the 'car which was just leaving a farm house. AUTHORITY TO TAKE CONTROL IRISH RAILWAYS LONDON, Nov. Gaz- ette tonight .publishes .a new.' order-in-councll 'under the recent restoration' of -order-ln-eouneil act, empowering the naval or mili- tary'authorities-In Ireland tq as- -sume complete control of, or to take pouesslon railway_or part of any railway, If considered necessary for the purpose of main- talnln-; order. _ CASE OF CONSTABLLB SAID TO BE HOPELEK Nov. .change i! .the -condi- tion ot Provincial Jasnei Utlley, who was ghat fierlouslj wounded in the liquor .raid on the Stockyards Hotel, St. Boniface, Thurs day morning. HoBpital aulhoritles ea; his case Is hopeless.'.' Police officials claim that Jamei Brown, the man bellevetd to have shoi down. Alex.. McCurdy "and; the othcj two constables, is heading west am they look for his arrest soon.' Brpvrr is said to have a police record a and served term there on a sbobtlng charge. Wien the wife of- 'a, Coaaecticui fanner refused to rote'as he -wished he refused to hitch, np end drive: lici to the polls 8he retaliated by refus- ing to milk the cows slogan is "Hum" colte.e. and I agree 1 found everything as advertized. I could see he'was pceye'd thing. I walked away from that inan. Did he really hare (o eat at Isn't that a' strange thing. Now I must close, hut before I do, I am going lo tell you, that, I .did meet the Premier. I did speak to him, and ho told was private confidential ch'a't! Just he. and I. I put it to hfm straight; i asked him a direct question. He bad lo an- swer, he conlnn'L evade the point, I put It squarely up to him, man lo man aa II were. There vjas'no'-one near us al the time, and I feel in my hearl. thai he meant what he said, and lhal he told me the troth as he saw it. He's a great man that way. Now, I just for- get the exact words 1 used when ask- ing him the question, never, will I forget what tho Premier, d to me. He sed, "Yes. Mrs. if it for the cold wlnd'end Iho flurry j of snow ft would >je a nice day. .1'iftj pleased to have meet .you." Mr. last eehlencei goes with, Yours truly. MilS. 1AMA PEAOH., thing I admire Mr. Meighen takes ME wlfo for a trip, that's more than Mr. King did. GIVES LIBRARY TO THE UNIVERSITY Nov. Rud- plphe i.emieux. having inherited by the will'1 of the late Sir Louis Jette, K. 7J..O., dated 1903, the library of the late lieutenant-governor of the province of. .Quebec, has ofrered-.to give it to the Unirersity of Slpnlrco! BLUE RIBBON "Ordinary teas are often thin and or sometimes bitter. Btye Ribbon is always 'full flavored and fragrant and its color is rich and clear. J Try ft. BRINGS SUIT AGAINST' -i REFEKftNDUM .OFFICIAL KDMONTON, Nor. that he was refused permission .to fict ns agent for .ifllTtnatlve connection with the. recent refere'n- dum on Ihe liquor Imnortallon ques- tion, Fredorick II. Wilson has brought suit acalnst John II. depub' re- turning officer for tha Stony Plain roll, for JsOO damage's, "under sec'fon "ft of the Dominion EtcclI6na Act.'.The plaintiff units Iho court to s award- Ills S50i) "under secdon 27 of tho act. to- gether with {loo damages for the humiliation and rlillculo which-he suffered. In the nltcrnatlvo damages anil costs aro asked under the act for failure lo carry .out tho obligations and duties as required. BAD MAN WILL SOON BE TAKEN WINNIPEG, Nov. of- Police Chris, N. Newton declared today that "James trie slayer of Alex. McCurdy, provln- elal morality (quid, has teen Identified and hit arrett ex- pected In 24 hours, The chief refused !o divulge the rMl name of the gunman. 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