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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE E THB IJ5THBRTDGEDMLV KEKALD Prince Has Many Tales to Tell At Home of HU Trip LONDON, Nov. thuslaslic account j tho of Wales, in the rovsi family ST THOMAS. Out.-, Xpv. city" pnlito of St. Thomas were noli-j raised a keen desire, on the. part of his brothers. Prince? sor, Ontario, that James 'Billiard, who is wanted to answer a charga of niur- fied by the Mounted Police of Wind-J h's Brothers. Prince? Albert, Henry iind George, .to go on similar vovages. The Prince ot Wales Is reported !o 'ue writing a preface to a book of photographs iakea during his dering Inspector Alexander Mct'urdy of S' Eirlf.ice. Man., had boarded a certain train at the. border. The de- tectives were on hand at the station when the Michigan Central Railway IrAis pulled In but after a thorough search of the train, the man could not The aliened murderer Is former Uiilsetown. resi- be.found. said to be (lent and the detectives the border we're informed that James Dullard had seen In Detroit and that 1 ,ter he was seen to get on a fast CHATTERER IS DREADFULLY TEMPTED trip.! v.-hlch will be so'd for (he benefit of a blind, soldiers' hospital. j Since his return to .London. Prince has been giving a series' of small dinner parlies to'his intimate BY THORNTON W. BURGESS iund friends at St. James' Palace, which is now pretty well stoekwV wiih souven- irs of his tour. He makes an excel- lent host and he has a fund of anms- experiences ing anecdotes" about his abroad. He Is foad of playing rackets and through eastbound M. C. R. train. The slimming at tho fashionable Bath St. Thomas police believe the party Club, Piccadilly. 'A keen follower that" was thought to be the alleged crinilu.il was a resident of this city who alighted ironi the train arrival here and anil who slightly i ssmblcs tho hunted man. of'lhs chase, he has'recently bought city several new, hunisrs. and he'ls keep- Its iiig up family-traditions by accepting Iho chairmanship'of Ihe West Norfolk Hounds, a position which his grand- father, Kinp Edward, held for many T innn inrtnTD vpnr j years. He Is also coining to.tho fcfa LAbOR ADOPTS NEW Us a.cattle breeder. At the recent PLAN OF ACTION uirmIuBham Cattle Show, he took heads of three prizes with three Aberdeen Angun cattle from his Dart- moor farm, near Princetown. :r SAYS HER CAR 5IADE AflSTRESS JEALOUS OTTAWA. Nov. "annual piltjrimago. to Parliament Hill" which in the past has meant a half day conference bo- tweeu tha cabinet ministers and mem- bers, of ihe trades and labor unions from outside points is not likely to take place this year In Ihe regular! Housemaid's Sedan, When Searched, form. For the last couple of years, I Yields Up Missing Articles the president of.the congress has! headed a large deputation to place! DETIiOlT. Kasl, 31 labor's views before the cabinet and [years old, by occupation a housemaid outline legislation which was needed is in a class by herself. She says so! vir the Interests of labor. Then, after ,'afternoon- of talk, during which different members of the deputation took up various sections of the mem- orfeutlum presented to Ihe government, ihp labor.dopnialion -woaldjeavc the privy council room-with a promise tliat the cabinet would give the mat- ter careful co'nsiderallon and ho guid- ed by labor's vlews'in future legis- lation. This It Is proposed by.'labor to supply the cabinet with copies of the resolution; sotting forth the needs of labor and Instead of. on iinwieldiy deputation meeting the cab- inet oh the day the'memorandum-Is presented the executive hopes to leave Ihe mailers in the hands-nf. the cab- met foi a month or so, and then sec- ure an interview with tlie ministers A few days ago Mrs. Sidney Prank, who lives -in an 'exclusive section of Highland. Park, advertised for a maid. Jliss Hasl Jre'sponded. Ip tho subse- quent negotiations, Miss Rasl con- sented Io accept the position with one must have garage accom- modation for her sedan. Mrs. Frank docs not possess a ma- chine of her own, but she "arranged -with a neighbor to hare her maid's car housed. All went well until today when the mistress found two black os- trich pinnies, a pair of her. husband's socks, some dress patterns, and a pack- age of cigarettes Miss interviewed, denied all knowledge. The police were sent for. They found the missing articles coiv cealed under the cushions of the sedan and ihe housemaid-owner "was arrest- traply consider things 'which inaj bring some results instead Barged with theft. She declares of. a promise that the. cabinet will Eae "no Idea" how the 'stuff found j its Into her qualities this'statement with another to the ef- fect'that Mrs. Frank put 'it there "be- cause she was jealous of my car.'' The end'is not GIRL FAKED ASSAULT TO MISLEAD POLICE; j IS TAKEN TO CELLS Alice Barber, Toronto, Scratched Her Own Face to Stage Robbery TORONTO Barber, iikht telephone operator sad offlcp woman at Gray hospital) raised a'-com-' motion Sunday night In calling for first found her with her face scratched and clothes, torn, King hound ropc_ The of- fice desk was open the contents scat- tered about and money missing. After investigation, the noliee ar- rested the girl.on a charge of stealing .3.20S. She later confessed she had tied herself up, anil eveirscratc.hed'her face pinching pieces of flesh out to draw She gave the police a signed i oflfesslon When she appeared in tho women s court vesterday morning charged with the tnett of she via remanded until Tlrursdaj MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best CHEVROLET'KILLED SPEEDWAY, Los Cal., Nov. Chevrolet, famous racing driver ;and Lyallv Jails, me chanicibn for Eddie OTJonuell; were killed: today when-, 'Chevrolet's and O'Do'ritieli's mach'Incs'craghed together on fte'Los Angeles speedway-at the east end of the. grand stand hear the closest the Whene'er the tempter comes To whisper in your car, lie-deaf as any wooden pqst, Be "surft you not hear. tho Ked Squirrel. The Cfcatterer kuows. ..He has I'sVo. i _i to iut; lempuir uuu il has" caused GEX. O'BBIEN FRIDAY, NOTOMBEli 2C, 1920' 1 TOUK OF WEST WINNIPEG. .Nov.. Malor eral J. H. ol Iho Cana- dian general staff at'Otlawa. arrived In Winnipeg by his A. B. C., JIaJor Willis O'Connor. The general -la making a tour of Western Caunaii to familiarize himself with the needs, of" permanent vol- unteer forces. He says today that a renewed iiitoreiit In mllllarr affairs Is evident in the Dominion. hia western tour military establish- ments aud forces at lleglna. Saska- toon, Calgary, Vaucbuyer, Victoria and Prince Rupert. On his return trip ho the nililter; Jastltsts! at Kdmoulou. Ou his way tho general will speak at the military Institute at Cal- gary. "THE AWAKENING OF A NATION" Win a lot of trouble and a lot ot (rouble for other people. So ho has found out that it is a lot easier not te listeu and then overcome tho temptation. If you don't listen you won't be tempted. When Chatterer, peeping oiit; from tho hollow log which ho was using for a storehouse, saw the hunter with his terrible gun looking up la the hickory treo he was at first simply angry. He knew lhat where he was he was safs. He knew, too, that he would probably bo safe, even though' he up in that very Ireo above the.-hnhier. lie was too small to bo worth1 a shot. So Chatterer was not nfraEd, hut he was I angry. H always njakes 'him" angry j to see a hunter. It made him doubly! augry because ha knew that the hunt-1 er had no business there. He knew that this -was Farmer' Brown's vland and that Farmer Brown .and Farmer Drown's h6y didn't allow hunting there. In fact, right on lhat very treo was a men forbidding it. The hunter walked all around that tree looking up, hoping to catch a glimpse of Happy Jack.the Gray Squir- rel. He dldnX'for ijappy Jact wasn't there. Chatterer grinned as ho saw the'look of disappointment, on thnt hunter's face.' Then the hunteVstart- ed into the Green-Forest: .Chatterer came out of the hollow log to-watch. He knew .that Happy Jack was .hard at wort under' a certain chestnut'treo. At least-that'TraB-whero'he had been when Chatterer had last seen him. The.hunter -was not that direction. He was going toward a. cer- tain hickory treo further iri'the Green Forest. Happy where I left him he is safo enough foe the thought Chatterer. "I'll run. over ".there nn'd tell him to watch out." ntght then he remembered his biB- SBsl. cousin, Rnsty' the Foi Squirrel. He remembered that when lie hid last seen Rusty ha had been theVery tree toward which that hunter was Then it was that the tempter whispered to Chatterer. "Don't give the temp- ter. "If anything It won't bo your fault: Ruisty is .big- ger than Happy Jack, andHhat hunter with the terrible gun shoot him if he sees" him. If he does, so jnuch the better.. Rusty--liaSu'f any husiness.'here, Ife he got all those fat hickory nuts from that big .hickory-tree-- of yoiu-E. If that hunter shootn; hlin it will serve him right" "Ko, it won't said Chatter- er's better self down insiile. know very veil-.that that tree doesn't really belong to you and that Rusty It always makes him angry to see a hunter s has n perfect right to those nuts. You know very well that if you had minded your own business you would have'had your share-of-.those fat nuts. And you know very well what n dreadful thing it would be IMhat hunter should kill Rusty." know anything of the whispered the tempter. "The Green Forest got along very well be- fore Rusty it will do quite well If he is "taken away. Perhaps the hunter won't flhd him. anyway. If htf. does no o'ne can blame you. It Is no business of'yours, anyway." 'It is every one's business to give warning in "case, ot common said his better'self inside. "Probably.he wouldn't heed it, He wouldn't believe yon, and you would be wasting your breath.- Go about your business arid say the tempter.- While the tempter whispered" Chat-: terer and while he listened' Iho hunter -with the terrible gun wjeni oil toward the hickors' tree tinder which Chatterer had last seen Ilusty, tb.0 Fox Squirrel. l-h (Copyright, 1920, by T. W. The next'story: "The Real Chat" lerer." _ A.ccept "Cillfornla" Syrup of Flgj lor the name California on the''packoge, then you are sure yout -clilli Is laving the best and most harmless ubyaic (or tho little stomac.'i, Jiver. and bowels. Children lore Hs trolly taste.'.Full directions on each >'0ttlo. You must ?ay Adverllsenient. "THE AWAKENING OF A NATION" 5000 Hors-.s People Blojer than Blosesl'Circus -n Kitchener Alive? What. Became of Kitchener? THe of Khartoum Robert! at Pretoria World's Greatest Panorama WILLIS it Be IBs Christmas? KNABE Knab'e in Up rights, Grands and Ampico Re- producing Pianos. AUTO. PIANOS IN GREAT VARIETY WILLIS Willis in many different styles and finishes. Select Your Piano or Player Now a splendid assortment of the above as leaders and other popular makes are on display at WILLIS PIANOS LIMITED HULL BLOCK S 707 THIRD AVENUE SOUfrl LOCAL REPRESENTATIVES FOR KNABE, CHICKERINO, AND AMPICO' 'REPRO- ,DUCING, PIAffOS General McBrieu will inspect during mlrers. DeiiTer, Colo, reports the "geo- used during the war in ihe trenches: lo'. locate -enemy guus has proved, ajbtg euccess in mines in de- termining .of entombed v '5000 Horses People Bigger than Blggtit Clreut Is Kltchenor AHvc? What Becactie of Kitchener? The Fall of Khartoum Rgbertt at'Pretoria World's Grectfijit, 'Panorama End of the Month Sale of WONDERFUL BARGAINS THROUGHOUT THE STORE Dresses, Coats, Skirts, Blouses, Dress Serges and Silks, Boys' Clothing, Caps, Underwear, Gloves, Silk Hosiery, Cashmere Hosiery, Corsets, and many other lines of useful things yoxrwill require in Jhe near future. NOTE THE REDUCED PRICES OFF ERED FOR THIS MONTH END SALE Sale of Dresses and Skirts We are closing out all the high Taffeta, Satins and Georgettes, nt-sweeping, ductlons. AH dresses that were selling last .week at f70 00, 00 and 00 _V S55'.00 Month End Sale Price- Sale of Taffeta Dresses! Navy, taupe, .champagne ..and. assorted sizes up to 42; splendid styles; values up to S50. Month End Cleaving Sale Price, each___ Note the Big Price Cutting Among the Winter Coats I A 'January Clearing Sale in now when you require the garment Don't delay; they will never be cheaper. Qur prices have touched rock bottom. Some of the Richest Plush J2S5.00 Seal Plush Coat in a verjv-Emart style -with rich 'heavy silk linings; deep shawK collar, of .finest Sable 01OD DA Reduced to ipljO.UU SEAL SKIN. PLUSH COAT 40 inch length, deep shawl collar: boiled or .plain full.back; heavy figured satin "linings, a rich stylish ft A End ot Mouth Sale Price PONY FUR PLUSH COAT Made with Dolman sleeve, full back, silk lined, deep plain plush AA End of Jlonth Sale if.UU A Gearing of Fur Trimmed Cloth Coats and 5 ONLY BROAD CLOTH SUITS Navy and taupe, full satin lined; correct in every way, trimmed with nnd em- broiderv, values up to 5135 and ?150 tQ7 Cft End of'Month Sale A SALE OF SAMPLE SKIRTS and Serge, plain or accordlan pleated, sflendld wool materials. A SALE OF FINE BLOUSES Georgette and crepe de ,chlne, all colors and styles; the newest goods, head- ed over and styles. .Last week these waists were selling up to Our end of mo'nth price Your choice for.................. END-OF MONTH SALE OF REAL DOWN QUILTS Only S coats in this lot. garments with deep shawl collars of opossum, racoon and seal. They are assorted in colors nnd sizes; some Iialf1 lined, some fully lined Cft Month End Sale All Other Coats Reduced in Price and -makes; in -a-u3g -assort- 'raent of and colorings. All'on sale-for lue end of -IA PER CENT At a discount of......... 10 ALL HIGH GRADE CORSETS REDUCED IN PRICE La.Camlle front lacing Corse'us, one of.the beat makes on the market, with the ventilo back, In iivhite and' flesh styles medrora' or stout the lines {050, f 10 00 and ?12 7C Knd of Month Sale Price 3> I J Look over these Special Bargains for End of Month Selling Boys' Tweed Bloomers All sizes. Grey Wool Knitting Yarn Jtegular J2.75; per pound Silk Hosiery feet goods; all co: Silk Hosiery Perfect goods; all colors Heavy'Cotton Hose For Iroys and girls; all sizes Ladies' Cashmere Hose Bleached Sheeting 2.yards wide l'-92c. Navy Blue Flannel For mtridfes, fine ail yard All Silk Shantung 31 inches wide, special yard- Grey Shirting Flannelt Very siieclat valiio, per yard- 42c BOYS' N pure wool Harris and Hiimphnos tweed. Suits that will stand up well and keep their color, End of month sale at a discount bf 10 PER CENT The Simpson Company Ltd. ;