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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN LETHBK1DGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY. NOVEMBER 22, 19 RUSTY HAS A LITTLE FUN WITH HIS COUSIN BY THORNTON W. BURGESS To fool another through and through V. Just let him think he's fooling you. ste Foi Squirrel. Rusty the fox Sijnirrel hau'appeared to pay 110 attention to the scolding of his Email cousin, -Chatterer the Red Squirrel. He had gone on about his business, which was collecting and storing away fat quite as it no such person as Chatterer had teen about. :At least that Is the way it seemed. B-it Rnsty all the Ume hid. kept Chatterer. -3e knew that Chatterer was plottingmiEChlef. And when at last' Chatterer disappeared Rusty guessed Jnet he doing. -Ho! guessed thati Chatterer was hiding vhere he coali -watch him. "That IltUs Bcamp is thought Hnsty. "He hopes to find my storehocH. I know Red Squirrels. They ara all: alike.1 If he can find my storehouse he vrlll steal all it contains. 1 I think I'll have a Wile fun with him." So Rusty took a fat hickory-nut off behind a clump; of young hemlock- trees and burled it in the soft ground "under: the-leaves. Then he did the same-thing with another, only he didn't bury it in jnst place. A th'lrd lima he did it This was when CKatterer was.surb.'hej. hari fonnd Husly'? storehouse. All this time he hadn't-'cajght-so'much as a glimpse On his-way back-with Uie fourth-nut Hustv heard a ijreat leaves ahead of him. just as he wfis' pas'sing through the little clump of hemlock trees He paused and peered There was Chatterer making fiy as he'dug where Rusty had burled the last nut. -Rusty, chuckled down In. side so that he wouldn't be heard! Then he hastily buried that fat-nut right la the middle of that hemlock- thicket and burned i back to the big hickory The next nnt Rnsty carried qnite a distance In.another direction be- fore burylng'it- Several.more he'.took over near the iplace and bnriel. By this time he felt sure Chatterer was following him, but keeping ouUbt sight, and in this he was right Them he took some nuts In another direc- tion and later did the same thing In stai another Always he boned them, only one in each little hole. And never did he go his home Patiently Chatterer followed and spied, and each time he vras disap pointed. He looked everywhere bn nowhere could he find a. hollow log or stump near anysol_the places Rust; That Little scamp is thought Rusty ,_ ed him -to. o Always it appeared that Rusty wag simply burying tha nuts he was picking up under the.big hickory ree.'Chatterer was templed to-dig up but this would be- even hunting for them among the. leaves on the ground under he big tree' from which .the Merry had shaken them down. So; he'left them alone and continued lo'spy 'in the hope ding a big storehouse, .which he could rob at will wasn't burying all those nut? just tomfool Chatterer. Oh, my, no! No indeed! That of Rusty'a ways "having" them', for winter, just as it is one of tne ways .of Happy.-Jack the Gray Squlrijl.-. He-knew that-hla-i denfrom leaves '-or buried in tiny holes in the'ground they would .remain there nntU lie needed thein. Then when he wa'nted'them he conld idig- them; outy Ol- cquraeiihb didn't remember just where each o'ne ires but he knew that his'nose would find them for him, even on .the 'ground. SoTlnaty wasn't doing: allvthis. just to foci hts small the knowledge that he was 'fooling Chat- terer made fan ot t what might hard work. And at the same' time he was filling a storehouse (Copyright, 1S20, by T. ,W. The neit'storyf How Busty Filled His Storehouse: Premier is Back at the Capital Amend Luxury OTTAWA, Kor. (By Canadian With the return ot the prem- ier and other cabinet ministers to their offices today there Is an air of renewed activity 'on Parliament Hill. While It was expected that a meeting cf the cabinet council would bare been held today to dispose of some of the matters which have hung fire during the. absence of settle their differences them-. selves. PREVENT DISPOSAL OF TAR SANDS L'AND OTTAWA, Nov. order-In- council yazetlcd this week with, draws from sale, settlement cr disposal for any acres of land aloug..lhe Athabasca liiver containing tar Kinds. Theso t are subject to gas and pelroleum i leases already, and to .the per- mission Goyernineiit of'Alberta to.conduct operations with- in certain townships for the discovery of gypsum and sodium chloride. MOTHER OF NINE ..KILLED BY AN AUTO WINNIPEG, NOT, J. Cardinal, wife of a commercial traveller, was struck by an auto bere this afternoon and died this .evening in the hospital from her Injuries She was the mother of.nlrie children. Tlio.tamljy came to Winnipeg from Keriora. three years, ago. CALGARY, Nov.-, are local lumber manufacturers aM ietill- ers comment upon the ing from Vancouver that tnd shinties have decreased 60 jtttjient. In price and that tt Is apjroaeMng nearer to the pre-war Itrel tfctt etsr before. Out of fire compulei by a Canadian Press Monday, there not man- ager did not regard tie report as rid- iculous and very The wire from the coast city ap- peared In the local press was the first Liu bfrard aiy byCu paiported happening, which some as pro- paganda, and others ai pire iUbter- That the lumber Is slow at the present moment.-none of them dispute, but no matter how great a slump that might occur, they declare, that'they cannot imagine redacUoaB in prices as these. They declare (hat It Is outrageous that any such news should'te, put on the-wires. i LI EUT.-COL. BONO DEAD MONTREAL, NOT. Frank Bond, son of the late Arch- bishop Bond, died at .the-age of 76 in this: city yesterday. The vrorld output of silk amounts to about 700 tons a day. ,particulaiiy prepared Belter Mining Prospects in The North Now Than Any Time Since Gold Discovery OTTAWA, NOT. -with' the discovery of large'silver areas In the vicinity of Keno -Hill, tho Yukon Is entering upon industrial era, is tho stalement: made by Col. Dr. M.P., for the district, who is back In Ottawa --after a three months' tour of territory. Dr -timmpscm-qeclares -that-'the new silver take placo'.of the gold.whlch first put the Yukon upon the map "While'gold has tinned Dr Thompson, "silver has ap- the result that an Im- petus has been to prospecting forjthat metai and-a very promising new silver camp sprung up at Keno Hill, on the Hsyo River, a tributary of the Stewart, 25 miles southeast Dawson." This'camp has a population of about 500 The ores are galena Carrying very hlgn values ot lead and LIVING COSTS IN BRITAIN; HIGHER LONDON, Nov. ;dian Associated; Issued by the labor of the Board of that' the average level of-retail 'food prices is now 176 per cent, above the average '.for; July. 1914 and 12 per "cent, over last month. The increase is mainly due to the .rise in the price of flour and bread.following the reduction Jot the government bread-nub- "sidies.'- comprised n demand lor intervention by the league in Armenia! A number of delegates we're prepared to demand that the ask the powers to or- ganize a sufficient force to prevent the wiping out of the Armenian nation and people. U.S. and WASHINGTON, 'Nov. the dispatch of another note to Britain, the United "States state department has taken in'its effort to develop .a definition of the all powers in mandate ler- i-itorles.. The fact that the note had silver. Tho lead contents average about 60ier cent and the silver runs Ir'om 80.) ounces to tho ton to 250 ounces. Hill is tho centre of a new; district discovered last year. Dis- coveries Jiave been over an area of Ep miles in length. gone forward became known today but "Altogether the discoveries are the most promising since the gold dls .covojles of 1896. I expect to sco a permanent lode mining camp in the Yukon beforft long. Germany Protests About Mandates -GEKEVA, -Jfov, pro- test against thn .method of distribut- ing mandates by tho allies among themselves, has been distributed nmong tho delegates to lha assembly thp League of Nations. The text .of this protest has thus far been with- held ,from tho press, but it seemed .probable, that It. would be brought be- ttre the assembly today and wpuhl bu to the cmmjiKln; on man dales debate The GreeV delegallon htfs been re difced to one, as a result of the pollt Jcnl upheaval IT that'countrj Caclpmanos. minisfbr in Lon- don, and "VI ncbedgy hare withdrawn, leaving M Polltls, forircr minister of foreign affairs us the only rcnresenta The order of business today called for n discussion of resolutions Intro daced during the debale on the rpporl pf the council of too league, These officials .refused to discuss its tents. The new note Is one of .a-series which.had its 'origin in feporU that the British and French governments at the San Hemo conference -last spring negotiated an agreement by which the oil 'rights In the British mandate territory of Mesopotamia were to' he ''divided between the two countries. _ Tlia United States Is understood to have taken the position from the first that all the powers should possess equal rights' In the ex- plciltation.of mandate countries, _ Pounds to Pieces i On Rock Shoal Delicious Tutti-Frtrtt aste me SApLT STB. JIAHIE, Ont., Nov. 22. steamer Shcadle IE reported as pounding to pieces on liock Shoal near Xlarquelle. Her crew of 33 men have been taken off' by the coast guard. The vessel lies In IS feet of water (here Is about 35 feet at her stern. -The vessel ran- on the shoal late Friday night while attempting to back out from an oro dock with a full 'cargo: Her boiler and engine room I are Mth flooded, making It impossible to use her pumps. If you like spearmint flavor, you reyejj in th6I pungency of Spearmint Qiiclets. You won't be able to resist this delicious comBinatiQn---' the rich, spicy tang of succulent s'pearmint leaves, blended with the crisp, cool whiteness of pure sugar candy. You will notice, too, how the Candy coating mtensifies superfine spearmint flavor prolongs1 its: original goodness and ireshness almost indefinitely, A man should always treat Ma wife ns courteously as ho does his sten- a Springfield, Masa, mlnUter'while discussing "How to be pvch, inarrlrrl." I ;