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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FOURTEEN" THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD; NOVEMBERS, 192Q BY THORNTON W. BURGESS Sins, a song of Sing a song of Sing a toag of saving To.future burdens lift! jtis Fox- Ssuirrel. Rusty tho Fox Squirrel liked the Green Forest. He was delighted with it. 'He was glad, ever so he had coiue there to make-his-home. Tho fact that his small cousin, Chatterer Red Squirrel, had tried to frighten him away and failing fa that hud tried things as unpleasant as for. hinv didn't trouble _btra .in understood Chatterer perfectly. He knew .how easily Chat- terer lost his teniner. aid he knew, ioof how. little Chatterer was to be trusted. So Husty simply took no nb- ticS of the ugly things Chatterer said, time he kept a watch- fubeye on Chatterer. '.TThnt red-coaleo ville scamp of a coflsHi will steal every fat Hickory nut he can 1 must tike care tbat he finds thought Rusty "Of course, he knows every hole in every tree and stump and old log about be're hecauEO he has lived hero so long and makes it his business In about such places. I can't possibly 8ud a place for a storehouse that Chatterer doesn't of, so the thing tor me-to do is to find a place he isn't likely to% think of. I've noticed that the things people are leas; likely to.: think of arc. the things that-are right under their very noses. 1 know it has been.that way witu me many times, and 1 guess I'm not much dif- ferent from other folks. I'll just look for> place he knows so well he won't evfen think of looking in it" "The very '..ho' eiclaimed to into tho. woods and hide It near the place where Chatterer was It was great tun.' You see, WasFirstWte The Natives The above Is. a picture of Mrs. Car- vclh4 Wells as she dressed while in the jungle of Malay peninsula with her husband, who w.12 etaployed as an exploration engineer for the-British GOT C; AS JAGGED 11 mar- riage of Frautc-Rogers, of Ottawa; and l.iK-illo Jleberl of this city which tools place Scptetaber 21 last was'umuillej lu the.jifacUce court.-. It was showu that the latter obHln- ed Rogers' consent to the marriage while he-waa and unable to'know or undersUud what he was doing. The court found there was no legal coiiseu1. 011 (ho part of Rogers and thK it tho womau got such she got it by fraud. Travelled on Atlantic in Small Periods YORK, Nov. thrilling tale of the fury of the sea, as viewed and fought trom the deck of a 45-foot schooner was told here last night by Captain Williani Washburh Nutting government. Mrs. Wells spent four j as ho brought his trim lllile crait.ihe years away from safely'to a Staten Island the Jns jungle and is tour- mooring.- He made fast a lino and the vessel had completed a voy- Smuggle Money Into Holland UE11L1X, Nov. 23.4One hundred prominent among llteni Crwu Princess Cecile. Prince Kite! fc'rledrtch, Prince August Wilkvliiu the late Prince liadolln V.'auuii Raiftlwlll Iiavo smuggled to Holland aionev aggregat- ing marks, asserted Her- man Mueller, former Germau chancel- lor, In the Reichstag yesterday. ,Tho former .chaucellbr iuterpollated the government relative to the activities of the firm of Criissat-aud E'hllllpson, bankers, which is declared to have Cuticura Soap ---------------IS For the Hands carried on an extensive business tu I smuggling property out of Germany. It was asserted that. the concern had "beeu known publicly as a, special firtu for.the carry lii'g on of contraband lii goods'and-capital." Stratford soft drink manufacturers nnounce that. fll soft drinks will be sold at the-blii prices, due to the re-{ j Good lor Children "How Delicious" is tkc opinion of -all who have once 'tried I! If YOU have not tried it, send us a post card lor a free sample, stating'the price yon now pay and if yon use Biack. Green or Mired Tea. Address Salada.Toronto ing'with her husband. Mrs. Wells had an exciting time get- ting to her misused. She had to.swim watching, j for her life in the-surf, I Ba it was a I after her boat was torpedoed by the via age across the 'Atlantic and return. In her lang beat, which started from laddeck, tf.3., 'July IS, the Typhoon 'sited Cowes, England during the sort ot game. Rusty was trj-ing to out- Emden.'but finally she reached Jlalay international motor boat regatta, pro- wit. Chatterer and Chatterer was try-! bad to travel for forty miles into ing to outwit ilusly. The one big dit-: 'he jungle to meet Mr. Wells. In com- fercnce was'that Rusty knew that pany.with some of her husband's-'sor- terer was spying on him and Chatterer didn't know that .Husty even-suspect- ed him'.' So all'day long .this funny gamo was kept up nnd when tie Black Shadows vants she .started tho journey, She put on some riding breeches and puttees and it was not long "be- fore she was up to her waste in slimy, ceeded to-French and Spanish ports and left Corunna, Snails on the return trip September 21. She stopped at Ihn Azores.' The Typhoon ran into numerous storms times Contain Xut- ting said, barely emerged safely! On _____ green crossings swamp.V 6mne occasion 8ha ran into heavy cross just a tew feet away from the creeping through the Green For- i course- this was nothing to the natives :sea5 aml_ioal her mast and her tood big hickor> tree was an old stump 11 esl, warning the little people "of the! bul_ Io It Jw_a_s a new experience supply.: For three'days the party liv- wfs old that it was hollow The day that it was'.time to go to ianii a disagreeable one. When'she .the storehouse -of i 1 Squirrel was nearly ?Tl erer himself was no Chatterer tha.Red _ empty, while Chatter storehouse :of Rusty tiie Fox Squirrel brown leaves falling from the trees: hollow stump .was nearly filled with hatd pa'rlh filled that hollow Rusty s! tat hickory hints' hidden under ths eye's twinWrd when he "aw this 'Tholbrown very he exclaimed to himself. "Itwon't'enter Chatterer's head that I v.ill think of having a so close to.tbc.big hickory tree He'll ox- pejt me to take those fat nuts some distance away and so he won't think to look-here; I'll take a few fat nuts off indifferent directions and. hury them, He'll.think I am. taking them to a storehouse and will to to find iL While he is busy doing that I will fill this hollow." as you take fat 'hickory nats'dut among the trees tome reached tho village where Mr. Wells was making his headquarters to be quite a curiosity. (Copyright, 1920, by T. W. Buigess.) The neit story: Reaps a Just (WOULDN'T GRANT JNCREASE -ST. JOHN, N. B., Nov. an dlitance away in this direction, that) all-day's conference, lasting weli into and the other direction Chat terer did follow him, spying on him from the thlcs top of a hemlock tree, all the time believing that Rusty didn't know it tfut Eusty did know it fle didn't alwavs see ChaJ terer, but somehow he knjwhe was wa totting He would bury a fjit to the big bickory tree When be got there he wq.ald work very fast picking up nuts and hiding- the leaves in tns holloa of that old stump Before the night, representatives'of, snipping companies- and workers came to on .working conditions at-the winter port the com- ing season. The shipping companies white woman to is. They her color would .come aS. ana they were extremely puzzled by her.freckles." Robbed in M.D.'s PITTSBUna, Nov. rnaslv- ed men, armed with .pistols entered Fellow Commissioners Speak of the High Regard in Which He Was Held OTTAWA, Nov. of the .j.3 ul in Toronto of Commissioner A. workers... The doctor and his. three friends-4 -cast a shadow over the were seated in the' when proceedings of the. board 'sitting here George-Slater, living near the. two Bandits entered.: The robb'ers this When CUef Commiasion- Hill, Renfra'arcounty, died them "fo thrQw' up their ef Carvc11 and his took refusedvpointblank to grant any in-lthe office of'Dr. Jos. Kramer, in the wag_e.. schedule, 'but downtown section, late'last'night aiul were, wil.Iing to grant ce'rtain'improT- robbed the and -three Visi- ed conditions asked by the tors of r' ed on hardtack 'and water. A Spanish Eteampship was hailed and the larder replenished! Two members of the party, Boy who went aboard in England, Were washed overboard during a storm on the last leg of the voyage. They clung' to .the railing ropes and were saved. Chatterer would have time to become 'of arsenic "poisoning throusii'his own hands, sulpiciou; lie would tale a fat nut oH-mistate.i !_' Instnt Pbstum n D to ;those -who like Its veayor usia ally satisfies itfe 'cqff ee taste yet Ppstum con- tains ndrie of coffees harm- ful Tfien again Instant Postum is more economical than coffee. It is made more quickly, with less trouble and there is no waste. Pos turn Helps "There's a Reason for Postum j Sold by grocers everywhere CanadianPostumCereal Oiit' hands, and'then iie'd their -hands 'and itllelr I1'300 il was: obvious that they feet. The bandits auto aij ueea deeply affected by the news 'rom Toronto. Mr. Carvell. immediate- ly announced that 'word had come to tho of the death of Mr. Good- eye and proceeded to pay tho late commissioner a warm, tribute. The lews, he said, had .epme sjs.a shock :o the members of tho hoard. Person- ally the death of Commissioner eve was a very great loss. He had been associated with him in ike house of commons and jhe: closer associa- tion of the past IS months.on the board lad Increased his esteem-for him. in Ihc death of Mr. Ooodeve the hoard liad lost a valuable official and the public a faithful servant. He was a man who was always at his post and ready to give Iho best 'thai wasr in him. lion. F. H. Phlppen, on behalf of the bar, paid tribute to the late com- missioner's value as a member of the board and as a man. Assistant Chief Commissioner Mc- Lean, who was deeply affected, said that It had been his privilege- to'-be as- sociated with Mr. OqbdQve, for eight years and that IK mrjat-kercnly felt the loss tiiat the members Iho board had sustained In his'de'ath.; Commissioner J...G. Rutherford said he had known Mr, Cjopdevs-for manv years and he the sent! ments that had lieeii expressed by the chief Mr. Carroll said that the. members of the board really fell that they should adjourn as a mark of respect nuK'that In view' largo number ot-counsel from dlf. (ant points It would probably bo ad visible to proceed with, the business before tho board. l1v Wherf tho Rorden administration was formed In 1811 tiioughtlhat Mr. Good eve would be the representative o( IJritljh Columbia in the cabinet. lint the choice fell on lion Martin Dun-ell and Mr. Ooodeve was shortly after on the railway board caused by tho death of Hie late ITon. Thos. Green way. Mr. Ctondcvo was of a (inlet anc kindly disposition nnd a general fav orite with everyone'who came int( contact with him. loat two son: during tho war and a daughter, Jlls: Myra Goodevcr, served as a nurse will the imperial and Canadian services. Death, It Is believed, wna' "lie t< heart failure, following an operalloi performed some riays ago In the To ronlo General lYospitah For Eevera days It was thought that his prospects of recovery were good but there wa a turn for Iho v.-orse a couple of day ago. Mrs. (ionrlovnr was Rl the bed side until the end, Melbourne advices slate that 000, Including gifts, from England, been subscribed for Win. M. Hughes, the Auslr.illan prime- minister, as a testimonial nnrl recognition ol hla pub- fW ?jrvkC8 during war and pcaco. I a SI a An Entirely New Showing of V i- A.. Winter Goats Some in simple tailored types, self trimmed. and neatly- styled; others gorgeous silk linings and rare fur collars and cuffs. 'They represent the very word in fashionable coats for misses' and ladies' .wear, and shown, many of them, for the first time, this season. ONE AT A HUE REDUCTION' pui-.chased these at a big the -We needed coats, they.needed. money. This is a big double value-giving, sale of coats, for not'onlyldo, you share m the reduction, but1 we give you an added discount off our-regular price; Coats now Belling for Goats now selling .for sellinpffor.-. Coats.nQw selling for C'bats now selling for Coats now sellingior Coats now selling for Specials BLEACHED SHEETS A-real live special In sheets, ready, made, hemmed ends, All rendy for use. They'are worth J2.75 to each. November each SILK A ;FIne plain -weaves In pure silk, assorted col- ors, and all ful! wldo goods. Odd colors and odd prices from our fast selling Unas. Values up to yard. November SWEATERS- A few pullover sweaters, A: final clearance Id these odd garmen'ls. Values each. November for T BOYS' SWEATERS A bfg Hue of Ijoys' pullover sweaters in red bliie. Some ,'oh .'shoulder. Pure wool. Values up to f 3.25 each. November LADIES' VESTS DRAWERS Ladles' fnll and winter, weight ot heavy col- Ion underwear. High neck and long sleevo vosts. Clood ful! 'slzea. Yn'uea worth {1.75 each. November Special each COVERALL APRONS A liig Tull ivcll made coverall apron. iMarTe nock, and neatly trimmed. Good assortment ot colors, Kcgular each, November for ;