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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta -'.-T PAGit H1.V5K NOVEMBER CHATTERER REAPS A JUST REWARD BY THORNTON W. BURGESS North or south or west or cast Selfishness will pay the least. -Veter llabbit. tree 1C that was so, he gne uu -the idea of tiiree days Chatterer the lied Squirr-H'srwiit most of bis tin's trying lo nnd the storehouse of his big cou: in. liust- tho.Kox Squirrel. 1'ait ol thp time he spent spying on liustv hoping that the .latter would lead Imu to that storehouse. Hut all he discov- ered v.-as thst nisly, like Hippy. Jart the Gray Squirrel, buried many nuts .under leaves'or iu the soft earth.'As 'imly one was buried in each Chatterer gained nothing. He could pick up 'nuts under the big.hlckory iree much faster than ho could diK those buried by Rusty. I Th'2 he tried visUl-.ij all the hollow lunhs, treps, stumps logs .with holes, big to getjn that be could think of. He knew every hole in that part ol the. Green Forest. There.wasn't one that at lime or another Chatterer hadn't his head into find e.xamiiicdl So he Iniow Jiist-'rhera-lb gn w.ilhout wasting litne. 113 u I J s; not- cue dldlifi storehouse. Finally ho made up hts inind that bo thai Husiy hadu't but hurled all the fat hickory nuts lie pietcd up under the nickor. might as v stealing all nuts from.Rusty foi It wonld be a ]0h to -to'find all those hurled in so raan> places So whca he wont to bed tho night of [.ho third day Chatterer up his mind that tha best thing ho could do -would be busy and get his share "of fat nuts iindor..that.blg.hickory tree he had tried to claim as his o-arn The neit morning bright and early he was over there Rusty wasn't io he- seen. Chatterer -was glad of iL He would 'fast and get fs mau) of those fat nuts as possible belbre.Histi Then Chattorijr i abock. a shock. There tat- hickory -nuts.- ;Three days before me ground had been cohered .jritli them, and though he s'earched franticAlly all all he ooidd find were three or four worm) imea He looked up in the top of the hKkory tree There were 'vp there. The Merrv Little Breves had shaken down the very one. if aver there -was an angrr and die Bqifirre! that one was chat tefer. AH through, the fall he had jeoantad on. harlnerall those fat hick- ory nati for here hu was with hardly enough "to count, stored jairay, and there were no more, Knsty "lie Foi Squirrel had all rest Chatterer knew now why Husty not appear come for Thsre was nothing 'to BELFASI READY I 1ES Will Have Steadying Effect on Hest of Ireland It Is Expected "V If flew into a terrible rage. So.Eaying many ugly thiuiss the hunter started off. He pretended thai it was all on ac- count of Rusty, hut right' down icsido tic better He iu a rage with hlmEelf reaping of and he kueiv it. There had heeu more than enough fat hick- ory nuts' for -himself .and R'ua'ty, 'too, but lie' had sclfishlyj wanted all of llierri. So instead 'of getting his share lie had. spent, his lime trying to. find Huaty's 'storehbuao in. order to rob it (By The Irish parliament 'at Belfast for the si; northeast counties is :Mpec1ed to bp set up Immediately, ou'cc the Home lluie Bill is passed by tiie Imperial government. ItVas pointed out taat this would serve as an example for all the rest of Ireland, and' have "a steadying effect by showing the Slnu j Feiiiera that, Dublin and the 'other 20 jcouuttes could precisely the same 1 machinery' of self-government as Bel ifaot will have for its six counties. Thero Is somo aKililiyn for amend- !iiients-tp tho-nuanirUl terms of the I Home Rule Bill-, Ulsternieh arc op- posed to handing -over, to aiiy Irish body- the control of cMtouiB and ex- cise. They do not want this privilege for tliemselVes' hud are, determined that it shall net be made 'available for the rest, of Ireland, fearing'4hal It used to'.the .detrimpiU of industry in the northern section of the Belfast men wane more than tho to be granted for setting up its proposed uew .liarliameut; .They also say that Ihc sum of which Ireland is to con tribute 'annual- ly to the support of the.'eiupire is too high. This would 'be'' rediiced by about 'a by. the an- nunities now payable to the imperial SEA MADE FIRST MARBLES Relics Indicate That Primitive Man Played With Rounded Pebblei osrts Showkreas (From the Detroit Sews.) It is suggested tbat man borrowed the Idea ot nia'rble-uiaklutf from tha sea. In museums may be found not j OTTAWA, Nov. decrease In only the played with by jboth call and current'l'oans Iu Canada youug Egypt; auii fiouie, iTui among the relics of the Xeqlithlc time, ire little balls of siune, which are posed to have, been the Implements ot fascinating game. The eveh roll of the sea has worn rocks smooth and uniform. .1 4 In his Eumiuer waiiiierings in Cape tound that not only stones of variety, but bits of glass from.'greeks, were rolled, into jiebble form, by the waves. treasury' by 'Irish farmers have mirchasei! their holdings with gov eminent This sum is iu (he future to be divided between the two Irish parliaments One suggestion hasibebn made that while Itnsts had kept right on work Ireland s contribution to the imperial H Now the fat nuts sere gone and ho was no wiser than before in regard to Ruaty's storehouse, and allbecause of his celQshness And the funny thing about it wris that is Chatterer himself into such a rage sit ting on the edge of the verj stump in the hollon of which Rusty lind hidden most of those fat nuts Because it was right there close to the big- hick orj tree Chatterer hadn't onco thought ln null over those dead leaves ind look under them And he didn't think of it now (Copyright, 1120 by T THe'neit story: Discovers a'-Hunter." ATTACKED INMATES OF ALMS CHOUSE AND ONE WAS KILLED PVfEHSON, N T, NOT Deblock, 90, was killed a.nd two other inmates of life Passaic County -Alms House hero injured vester day during a violent outbreak Vic tor Oddv, 7o The victims were at tacked as they lay asleep with a hea' DUckfit L Duckat Oady arraigned on Chatterer new Into a terrible rage '.a charge of nrurder funds shall be limited to the Irish Income i tax- and .whicli at present amounts or a year. Oulside.dt Ulster, however, none ot these points is being discussed at all Complete separation afd in Indepeud cut republic is the Sinn policy whfle: even the moderates deman'd a governmeut for all Ireland on dbmin ion lines as complete y free in fin ance as Canada The government B bill do.s nothing io meet Ihlo ind its creation of two separate par liaments in Ireland with ctjua! powers la resented by etery section ot politi cians m the "south and "vye-st, J NtfflyNDJJD'SHOBI Valuable Jubilee Issues of 1897 Now Usc'd at Reduced Values The childrenflove; Wrigley's-andfifs good for them. Made under conditions of absolute cleanliness and brought to them in Wrieley's seaied sanitary package.r i Satisfies the craving for sweets, aids ens breath, allays thirst and helps' keep teeth clean. Costs little, benefits much. THE FLAVOUR LASTS I. an.Increase In deposits, together with an Increase In ugte circulation, were the features of the back state- ment tor October Issued by the de- partment of finance today. deposits increased from" 56ZT.2S6.905 tn September, to ju October. Notice deposits In Septem- ber were and in'Octobcr Call loans In Csnada which totalled JIU.CSS.SH In Septem- ber fell to in October. Call loans outside of Canada Increas- ed from- JlSC.95i.559 la September to 51SS.3S7.459 last rnoMlh; current loans outside Canada (ell from In September to ber, end current loans in Canada from tn September to J01.227 in liabilities Iu October were oud tola! assets PUNNING Table Salt THE CANADIAN SALT CO.UMrTEtf TAKE-LONG HIKE CONFISCATION OF MOTORS SUBJECT FOR DIPLOMATS BERLIN, alleged in- tention of the Council or Ambassadors to confiscate high speed Diesel motors Iu Germany, whether the-y are -In tt finished In use or In the. of to be .made ployineut tho subject :oJ a diplomatic This action" follows the recent visit Ih3 Diesel stationary no1 usable 'for TJ-boat purposes; A- semiofficial, statement tha tho inhibition'of the manufacluro c the used for legitimate im- pose would mean a heavy liet 1iaa Iudustr> and result in a Urs number .of worliera of eu dismantled or dosttpjed, on' tha Jwund that they are suitable for submarines and there- fore, war material. A message from Munich stated that workers Qn these motors were coming to -Berlin-'to'protest against-seizure of CLEANING UP CHICAGO, Nov tees than-30 of the LOW' or more nrrette of to the. big Augsburg industrial plant for pur-, _, pose of reyiUltionuig nunon, _ which fi the clean up .it M.J _. The campaign agi" is still going on Kansas City Journal, since 1854, is in the hando ot a rt ceiver. TKeBestto ST JOHNS NT, Jim Stamp collectors have a rara to onrlch their Since earlj- lu September tne Post here has htcn suffermg from 'a dearth or stamps particolarly those ol Ion inlue, 1 2 -ind Scents which are In most general demand Local lellera" had to he handed ;inr at the General Post Office where thev were postmarked nnEtapn paid all ad herive stamps hemg reserved for correspondence But in a fen days the whole suppir reserved for this purpose wasioxhnusted. j bo tt became necessary to proilde jproMsfonai Etamps of the face r of ;1 cents to def raj- the oversea J postage On September Jo, there j fore the remaining stoA of the obsolete 16 cent stamp o' the jubilee I series of the colony originally issued in 1897 MI a pictorial deaign represent jink seals on an icefloe, was pressed unto tho service nnd re-iasueil, alter haling heen reduced to tho uniform of 3 cents In means of a sur Uiirge In two linos of black Roman 'cipitals i Although these emergency slam pa I were not sold to the" puhlic, .wore fixed hy postal officials to totters 'handed In the counter, the first printing usort up by the Out- port Post Omco in I hours A second provisional "3 cent stamp had fhercforo to bp ImproTlsed jand for this piuposc tho 35 cent j value of thd same, out of date series was utilized, surcharged lit liko.man- ncr jn9 issued to the public oil Sop tembcr 1 1. A new Issue of postage stamps' Is In preparation for New foiindlarid, 16 ireplace tho present caribou head type. i It commemorates the ciplofls of the I Rova'l Newfoundland fteglment in the I great war. Delivery of the new' Issue will be expedited, iti view of the preK- I cut Elainp famine. Slcaiiwhlle further printings of the current I. 2 and A cent stamps have heen ordered from hy cable. HERE'S QUAINT TOMBSTONE (Toronto. Telegram.) Probably in nil. Canada there'ls not a tombstone) bearing an' inscription equal to tho following: Which ho Been in Uiiller'n Burylne (iround tlie Peninsula, vlilrh is lo- cated not far from -the- Mlsslssauga Fort: In: memory; of; Uehoraji; wife; of; Tfios; who; departed; this; life; Feb- ruary 12; in; the; yean our; Ixird; 1815; 70; years; -My; dere; children; think; on Rod; and; Ills; commandments; and; He; will; .ihlnh; on; yo; otiserv; your; youth; don't; lose; no; lime; least; Ood; should; thake; you; 'your! -prime; out) (obllt'er-, in; lime; Serv6; Qod; ahove; and; in; this; wor'.C1, tit NftWi a' letter from Mayor Hylan.io the mayor of .San Francisco; two Ipcal assistant Bo? Scoutmasters, MiHtKi Welustein, and. Seymour have started from New York to San Fran- cisco with only 550 between them. The yo'uhg transcontinental travellers Svill walk tho entire distance, working on farms subsistence. They expect to reach .the Pacific coast in about four ;iud one-halt months. the ohibnting, digest nvhdping j x. Patuculirly when tlte SEAL BRAND COFFEE' ttterint, wteiying, EocBoVj tKMinsrung, In tf, i and 2 Tins, ground, or (foe TricoUtots 6r tht r KWfrt M i CHASE SPECIAL SALE Real Bargains in Men's and Women's Footwear You can Save by purchasing your Wants Now Men's Boots ,Pair X r to lines, the 51aler and other high shoes to clear at Per pair _ Men's Boots Pair is- All our regular to lines Good- year welted soles to go at pair. Pair Broken lines, values up to Sale price per pair. S Pair Hi-cut lace boots, Walkover, Slater and other well known mokes, black, browrt and grey; regular to lines. Sale price Women's Boots Pair All our, regular Hi-cut fccob that sold at and black and brown, any atyle heel, all 'going at SEE OUR SPECIAL PRICES ON and PUMPS Pair If you have a small foot, get a pair of these, sizes to only. A VeaKsnap. Values tb all going at pair.' 506 3RD AVENUE SOUTH ;