Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
wm TriE I^ETHBRlbijE iOiiiLl: HEhALP EWfeiS|i7'Ef viifi^tfki" * * * * � � �� HProm the New'Yorli.i|)uUook)i, r^P^ting a patriotic citlzeilfe'ithe Ifapiiy ksBreinlte left Elizabeth, jftie Tin HWse, i'^l'n ,her stall and Avtj|jfe4_tlie tl)Joa V''ia)l6s that stretched b^^een hts house i- indttlie place of his customary saobat-� loal devotions. He did not want ic valk three miles. In the first place, lielng torty-oddv.and inclining to the iot'n\(djv \ya^Wng any.fdle^nte at all waV an linsatisfactbry busuieRs: in, f} second, place, walking three miles "Chufch meant walking threo miles , lioi^e from church, which made six mil^a;' and he -had not iwalked six miles since the days when he had courted Mary Floyd in competition '..with an Indefatigable monster who based his appeal to Mary principally �on the fact that^ho was a gorgeous, animal. Ever since that awful year the'Happy Eremite had disliked pedes-tnanlsm. But the Happy Eremite was a ves world hav* swept thwn. Take it from muneralive ^mploymoyt as will make me, William, take it from me. Your; Uio people content to stay in Europe goose Is cooked aiid your gander Is (^ period Ivnd whore, f.vom any boiled in vinegar. I/)ok around and , j^^^g i, choose your exit, Bill. America means business!" Whereupon the Happy Eremite en Srate, ^,it will find with laws designed Mriiviem,uu i.ucii,j.v.. , nieut. Even hi Grout Britain,'from iered the church jitst in ime to praiso _-^.mch country we would haturaliy de-God from whom ail blessings flow. sirs to draw our immigrants, there n oi� ,. .!i n,, ,j _ , Will be a Strongidosiire on the part Of ^111 wait now un.l the end comes>d the -British Gov�/rnmerit to make con- * I 'Mditions attrajctive onoiigh at home to ? TWO DISAPPOINTMENTS ?j induce tlj� people to remain. .It Is * ? ' unlikely, therefore, that in the period ? ^ � .^ . grants that has been hoped for. In In nianv of the calculations made ' later years, it allgoes well in Canada, as to the-conditions'that are to arise we may hope that the abundance of m Canada at the close of the v,-ar good lan^ in the Dominion will draw there are two features which are like-1 immigrants of the most desirable ly to prove unwarranted. One is that I class. But for that happy condition Canada will receive a large stream of' we may be obliged to wait ,;a /few immigration... It is assumed that after years. -X this dreadful war-experience a targe The second point on which there is part of the European population will likely to be some disappointment is desire to come away from tlie old Uho expectation that our returned sol-countries, that they will wish to make! diors will be drawn into the pursuit their homes m the freer air of the ' of agriculture. That the work on the American continent, and that Canada : land offers the best field of operations trv'man and Vestrvn-"n if thev are i ^� o'f^"" such advantages ' far those who jike it may easily be wise vattend morning services' He I will'attract the stream to our; admitted. The arguments in support tobk'a'jast longing glance at Elizabeth, fl^^'^- ^'"'P"'} ^'f ^I"' ; of such work have been' freely pre- the Tin^Horse For an instant he was a heavy burden of debt. AVe shall seated to soldiers who have already , jjggjj ^^^y backs as possiblo to j returned, but with very limited �uc-bear the burden. The expectation of j cess. Officers who have done their a large immigration is therefore an agreeable one. But a careful examin suUa - ol %MMixM \ fa"^ .i.-.i::--- '*'^/- I Is HIGHEST PAID iiiiest The hie^hesl..paid chorus girl in the Avdrld Is at -the Winter Garden New York. She is Miss Jessie Reed, who Avas bora in Houston, Texas, 21 years ago. , ..._._,,...,.,.,.., , Miss Reed has n,Q feaf of forget-! mat cbpimlttee mev^ry zonev be de ting her part, for she does not have clBred and 7,op� ab^ttolcs altd rending a single line to apeak in the show. | ei^tabllshmentBt should be esttfbUshe.d tempted. "Pro-German"." he muttered, addressing the Devil. He closed the garage door quickly, and resolutely started off. The morning was clear and crisp, as utmost to induce returned men to turn their attention to the land frankly ad- mornings-in September should be. and reconstruction in the cfevastiited re-the counti-yside ,t� his surprise, was j gjong will offer such Abundance of re- ation of the situation does not tend to , niit that they meet with little favor-a confirmation of" such hopes. It is ] able response. Among the thousands probable that after the war the work I who will return later there, will un- � 'doubtedly be many who will be will- really verj-pretty,'He wondered why ' , he had never i discovered before how > -nretty it was. J.i^rms nestled in it, ;. ' browned in. trefes.-the way they did in 'iv books. Cows stared kt him, munch-in?. Their plac'id feafh,res gave him A'. a sense of tifenctuility. He^broke oft a tvi'iB of birch and began ?munching I himself , I V: : The road was curiously deserted. I .;- Once a buckboard laden to the danger- j point with a Hungarian couple, their . : ; .� progeny, and their boarders, lumber-1 iii^ i ed past hira. He knew them. He* .'f'. ; knew also that they possessed a Tin j Horse then^slves, and found himself.' i> N ex^tiatinst^nwardly :-on the patriot-' j'^ /Ism-of.th'i^ejrly na\nrallzed that re:; �^f -. fused to give gasoline "to the Kaiser." f He passed old WidowJVIayhew.tCrusty. | Stern, and stalw^art, ^bearing her sev-" r/-: eaty^dA .veafSilikewise ttj.ch'urch. He' .%':'�'passed a?: group of 'iity folks, elders | i and "chlldretf, sumhrering a mile be-. r|? i yond his own house, their portion was [ v'eifeht miles. They greeted him with a ' D nest that told him better than words ; 1 that a gasoUneiess Sunday was a ro-' t,| .mantic adventure-almost as thrilling/ i To his own amazement the Happy Eremite" found himseU waxing Urmer , ' ' and more'.elastiB of stepvas the miles ' slipped away tram under hla feet. He, - ^ had expected the opposite. He had | J' �'J. rather-pictured Slniself as falling into^] � hip pew atjthe end'of tho three miles. I ^^in eilpustied mai^puffing and k4ook-i If Jng.U%'?an'*old .ifar aiiiibins Sr hill "on': comical TOWS to get his revenge on! .Mary Floyd by making her do her' daily marketing on foot. The church was on "the comer of, tie. State Road, and the bell was toil-; ing its .message to deacons, vestry-1 men, andajt other good, people as the' Happy firemite reach'^ it. But he' did not at once Obey thelfiunamons. He : stood on the comer staring at the : great thoroughfare; ; ^ j i'f^ He stared up,it,-'vrIth' United States crop of tobacco is a record one by 70,000.000 pounds, being l-,-266,6S0,000 pounds this year. wbere � i\iiprofit�Lble,mi plb3r--a'�larg�P'yeterinaTy 'senrice; to reduce the tremendous preventable losaan' of llvettocks and to foster the inofi^ease'of itinimats of the termi,. 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