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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta >AGE tlGHUSEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1020 fhe Troubles of Two Teddys H B V DON VON MEETER [4 i? Usli to said Grand- E3 2 bear story." said 'Aiii-e; mo a story ?-d paid the little. gL- 11 c ca eater So taiJ: 'Well, nov wh.'ch we do iipt understand, for .ou talk mo e they. understand each other; so what halreO, 1 ani tsllins YOU'they esW'tb each other roust have bceu'in their oivn kind of talk. the mother bear, was so p.larincd about her little beais that she at once began, lo' wall and lo i weep, aud to call the pld daddy-bear; to. get up and look forSthe missing IHtla hears. i "That' old bear was like Grandpa In the irioruinse; he did not like be-; ins; called out ot his nice warm bed j to .look] after the HUle teddy-bears j ciuUerer the Squirrel Is noisy, j enough to stay iu quick lempered. de- Uueir. beds-...... rn. "WpV'f.. ho. gravrled, as liej.y THE REAL CHATTERER BY w, BURGESS, b'omo good folks r.vant the world to know it While some arc good but hate to show It. toe Red Squirrel. uuiniallbn a n yes, 1 not ask you 'a qocs- thai. i-oMusa ttiist might bother you i "Ho.coujd not see a slgiii of 0 a e ,ik jj, said the. littleiso oulotde .and began to e to show it. 'You will ficd many and tGj girl. Mr. eyes tion. in antk'ipa-! said grandpa. "I about tlio-rocks and logs, and; As ke watched the hunter with tho the bushes, but no teddy-bears could I terrible slowly walking toward Iho ho Pi- sitic'.l i hickory tree where Dusty the Fox -i "Prcscntlv ii'o tlioushtl lie heard Squirrel probably busy laying in Oreo a is the jjcmellilifc. fta .lopped acd listened. J Ihe winter, Cbaiterer 'co 1-3 in a low time Soon .ho' a noise agai.... This to be :comlng from tongue sun. any town here, way Ui ago. bt. o x> i ere or, u railway, a path' through the trees whera our house now wh'era were thoro -no house for us to live In Alice, .to "n-hon'i it IL-id navcr occurred that thero hod ever been a tims irhen Uiere was no house for la lire. in. and kept' hts; He knew that if that the up, lie ,socn spied jhuuter should find Rusty there II. imqiig the bran "Woof, srowled .the old hear; right1 down here aV come down: f Oh In. me that ybuf tiine'.tho bear I woi.'il no s-Jc -10 rn question's come oiif, and when site saw.her i so high up in. tho hlg tree very much alarmed.and he-.1 hated. Rusty and would bo glad if he; were killed. So he liepl Ms tongue still aud watched the hunter. In a few minutes I the hunter would be where he' 'could I talk raj slon, jnJ here are for- baby LAttln. promise jln ost as sobu sne as I ti-gui dout -uid said gnindp-u L n to cirv to.MbeiMo c-ome down he- see that hiekorr tree. Chatterer could i .n tree arid whisked around to stand it no longer. R-JEty might not other aide, tho terrible gun roared, jim ,randiw I ncu'i ,10 it! fore loose ILeir hold on UUe lis sure 1 the1-liraaches'4iW fall to Ihe grouinl. Gramltn, aad 1 will "try i will cdnie' down if you leu" beforo'there --.vere any houses It) tonn there -voro. two. pld bears taut lived iira den iii the rocks pve'r on tho side: of the across Ihe river, anil theJ-( had two Jittle teddy-beara who lived.with them. itiii their dcu m the rocL-v, The tno old btars hid bed made of. sticks and leaves in one corner promise ubl Vs." said the aud the 'old daddy bear- hail to so .before th'oT-wouldcofnodawn.'' 'oti'.tUe den and the.two, little, teddy- bears bed all to the'mselveSi in auother--corner, close to .the. bed of the olil bears. ''One .morning the old mother bear awoke earlv, and I6oked cornei j.where her baby At did as soon as she open- ed herjeves and no; little teddi beaj-s in their bed jibe .no little'bears lit biglt, v _ 'This .'frightened' her very'tmuch. wrong way'ai always lold them 'that climb "Why did i "they -.jcouie do'wii' back- ward said I be fore, Bh'e could Ih'iiik iiot to forget. v ''I Is'. no! lisa to try to keep promiBB uot to ast ques- tell tions." said j Grandpa, I you why' ihejScaine: -Uiat way. know' that yoiir kitty crimes dijwiijout pf-r.tho poplar out on th'o" after she. hasjbeeii chas- Jii g lii.rds a bout t the r hraqches hack- r 'arid: that is tlaws ;ii d ba'ckwa.ftl so ttey should not Bo out without-her just'.as your mother tells- >ou that >ou must obey her. hOT could the mother bear toll the bears -not tliey can! not'talk, like wo Jiillo Mice lliote TOU have forgotten asnin." said Urandpa. ._ 7 'Oh, 1 forgot to. remember not-to forget said tho lutle cne.' "I won't forgot Egafn Uo pleise go on and tell me liow bea don t talt T ou see 1 ou have ask; itlltie id'they wjien1 when lo, !.dqwn'ihosp cTaVs are h opted 'Jh b WTO n g wa y rahd" -1-- 'as to climb down backwards. ars have plaws that iiack'just like a'eat's; and that IsYhy these' teddy-bears came' down jlia'ck- down the old'daddy hear ami -the.mother-bear, took them to Hie ilen-aud-told-them they.'should.! hot conic .out any. more; that day. "If: you" had.'to-.iltay; in J-our little bed you- were "not sick it- would said "Oh, Jes, it said Alice, b.m .Chatterer did scold that dul ruu- The hunter saw him nd just as Rusty sprang lo the trunk then hurried through'.-the tree- tops! failed ,lo Rusty slip into a hole after that hunter and', all the time his up in, Ihejrunk of But tongue was'going as fast as he could i too, something itliat troubled hirii. It seemed to him he Rusty' hail moved slowly as. if make II go. "Everybody hide! .Hunter with ;a rible "I'm glad-1 warned him. I'm glad.I Now, everybody in the Green'Forest warned kept saying over and. lows that warning cry'iof Chatterer's, over to himseifS. "I'm glad I warned kno Even the hunter knew what it meant, though ot course he dldu't understand Chatterer was'eaying. "Confquud that''fitfle-red mischief- growled the hunter.' "He is mak'Sng sucu a.iloise'he'irscar-3 every-. thing withjn _-By this-'time Caatterer.liad almost canght the'tiunter'and'was in. a'; thiiife; he ml taking great, 'daVe'.t'b'' keep the the tre'a be- He caught .a Ilusty the 'i'ox Scfuifrel running "Ruul .-Rusly, Be shtieketl. "Run, for ;'your Jifel '.The hunter is fight here beiow tal! ned him ich hurt.' lim, bat 1 wish_ I ha.d war: looner. I'do hope'he isn't mui That was the real Chatterer. wasn't tho real Chatterer at all who had lis- tened to aud tried to be- lieve he hoped the hunter would get Rusty. Then how Chatterer did scold that hunter! My, ray, niy, how' he did It is a iplty that hunter didn't understand, what Chatterer was ;saj- ing. It certainlyLwould have made his ear's bum. (Copyright, 1920, by T. W. Tho next, story: "Farmer-Brown's Hoy seem Would it d Hrandp.a.-1 i-d me -mother cine lion jiiat >oa were promising not so again said Grandpa atle apt it upcing I know tan t do but thev must have that unless' I been "very" after the .little bears had j been'iiuside for what tan t talk- iik'e we tiitje, tfiey their little have i w'nsof talk-. anil began-to Hft snuffled and sneezed and couldn't get rid of it. Mother at last remembered menthotatu um Sne puj some in His nos1 tnis at night and rubbed tKe outside .of his nose with. it Nest day he breathed freely. Col Jail gone MenthoTaCum hech gently end promptly use it lor cuts, chapped Antiteptic .-'iTh'e.-' p t' out 'ag'aih; ,beai- growled a LIGHTS and SHADOWS -By G WAYSIDE Some matches 'may In __ KVMtrTniMMtrei fM ii at tho fin Itlsaimpn to sm jurt liffbt the liltTu lamp that and I'bteitnearthe ftnliKptic 'vapor Ttialrts the cough, eaK6 ths 'lue_, bnt ihe niother hear said to them; you come out again will you prpniise good children nnd not "Oh, both lltlle hears {at once. .will not climb the trees i.any more, and do just what you" ieil iii we may do.l; i So It .iamb about-that these two j little bears'-were allowed to come out into the sunshine again. "The. morning was tine, the sun was the air so fine and fresh jhat the hears soon play 'tha't they he- gau to run about, jumping over-logs and stones, bushes and rocks, rolling over each pther having a fine time.-Finally, they were feeling so good that they hardly.knew how to retrain themselves. They put their little iioses close together and be gan to whisper Ijca'r talk, and this is what they said: '.'Wouldn't it lie fun to run and Jump on daddy and mam ray's backs .and surprise "And that is they i' turned ont very badly for themi be cause the old daddy bear was so cross about. 11 lhal he took the Illtlo teddy! hear'that had hack' and taking him to the den, shpved him inside and told bim-he had 'to slay there all day. "The mother hear was not quite ao gruff with tho one that had jumped on 'her back, but lold him he would have to go and slay with his llttlo brother.. EO she took him land put Iilni in tlie den with Ihe ether "teddy aud they had to stay inside all that day and the next night. "iiut liow could those lltlle bears stay in bed all day and all night said Alice, for she knew how hard It lo remain in bed when she was well and was "Well now. if you are a good little girl and go to soon, I will tell you fibonl hrviv'hpars nlenp all wint- er when the snow conies, and how j these same liltle bears slept all wint- er woke iip in the spring lo find a lowu whera lliero had been nolhlng but trees when they went, to sleep In the fall." LHUc Alice was beginning to fed very sleeps, and her head fell down pillow and she was Roon sound.asleep arid: Grandpa was rcad- (Ktf his paper' nS usual. (Next week: "How Ihc Daddy Bear, the Mother Bear and the Teddy Hears leaven, but most' .pi '.them are made by the ma.tch trust: It is quite tnie woman- -can- not' -understand1 why: .her -'hnsband old Dabbling In wheat futures days augurs gloomily for one's fixture. Happiness comes to us from wjthin there is no law against it coming put and brightening Ibis old Pride is the most expensive'Tosses- slon-of. a man, except perhaps -his wife..' 1 "THOROUGHNESS...... world wants more men who are thorough. We'have-many -starters but few finishers. The fellow who finishes the job, who sees it through, Is in big demand. Nature 'plays some strange Iricks. She may endow girl with eyes like a dove and a walk like ''Our neighbors are awfully- c genial, sec, and I'm .not saying one thing about their family pthcr night 1 overheard Mr. 7V wife s.iy: ''Well, you wash the dishes and put tp bed, I've got tp KO to a political-rally tonight." rlage license was Issued to, 'Joseph Bull Chllds and Maggie After: falo, the Blackfoot Reser vallou. THE FALLING MARKET BLUES t r (This haunting melody may; -be heard in the lobby of any rural hotel I post 'office, bank, street eleva 'tor or smoking car In Southern Al F. S.) I've got the got tha bine's I've got the falling Everyday the .papers say Down go prices'in horrible slices So It's good-bye wheat crop lying in the _ Tell us why the government kldde< us They promised the Wheat "Boarc would step .right In-. If the Winnipeg brokers recommencec to sin; But down go prices" "vith And It Ottawa 'didri' give a hang. I've got the blues, I've got the blues I've "got the falling market blues, And when I get another chance at the' I'm goin' to make certain -tha somebody rolls, For, I'm sick of hearing, "Back to the When everything Is stolen the guff and toil. THE DEACON SAYS 'If you have anything disagreeabli to lalk to yourself. INDIAN WHfiAT CROP: CALCUTTA, Nov. final forecast of thft. Indian wheat' crop places the acreage al and tlie yield at tons, .vhirti -Is Ions more lhan last year's crop, THRIFT It la a goed thing lip some- thing for a rainy day, even If it Is only nn umbrella. It.Is there are in this glorious province' many ardent .be- lievers in prohibition -who are too full for words, _ i SUCH IS LIFE A A.little; kiss; Let the pig rlo Ihe gruuliofr, th jackass the kicking. Bnt if yon havo a kick coming, klc hard and aim straight. WHY EXPERIMENT? Food scientists claim that the is largely responsible for the flavor, texture and whole- someness of your home baking.. Thai on no other one ingredierit does so much depend. It to important, therefore.- to use a baking that you know possesses the necessary leavening qualities. MAGIC BAKING POWDER Contains No Alum and is the only .strictly high class baking powder In Canada, selling at a moderate price. Its repu- tation is built on purity and highest quality. The only well known medium priced baking powder made in Canada {hat does not contain alum and that has (all its ingredients plainly stated on the label, v Made in Canada 'SUDDEN DEATH AT DANCE HEGINA, Nov. provincial olice are investigating the sudden eath at a dance liear Fish Creek last Ight of Uora Leskow, aged 40 years. nhe dance was being held five miles ast from Fish Creek In Rosihcrn dis- rict, nnd was part of a, uUDtial cele- rat ion.'.Dora 'Leakow dropped dead in the dance hall and so far. the cause is unknown. A. report 'ol the case was received at headquarters-, here .today from Constable-York at Roathern. A desire.for revenge for alleged ill- treatment caused-Angus Irvine, of ftcwarlt, 0, to kill his father, Walter Irvine, former judge anil armylinajor. CRUSADE AGAINST VICE AT Ohio, Nov. hii ndred perso n s. arrested; herd last night during the greatest crusade against vice in tho history of Akron. drug.vendors a'nd I i qupr 1 aw Viola Iprs were, a uion g 11 hose cantiired In a series ot raids. Tt would be an insult for, a photo- grapher (or anyone else) to'ask a farmer these days to A "little, word, A llttlcimlss., some men will tcil yoff Inefr'i whplc family aisiory'whcn yon meraly-iiRk, "How are you loday, How much happier the .world would be if all our whines were lurried into smiles. It is a hopeful sign when somo of the society people who attended the recent X. Y. Show looked at the horses. May their tribe Increase. A RETROSPECT .Who cries wasteful war expenses, Spending millions every day; Why our, statesmen wasted uqlhlag. they Just THRliW Ihe cpln away. ETRA'SPECIAL! (r'rom-Ho Great Falls Cul I" It seems to he the middleman-Ihal prevenls us from making' both enfla niecL SIMILAR LINES In spile of Iho, advanced prices one of our barbers :wa8 blue the olher morning, and his razor iBCbmcd to share his feelings. "I've Just about dccyled to open a j butcher shop." he said, reaching for o powdered "And will you close this his victim iiskcd feebly. Evening and Ihe little light burns brightly. Southern Alberta 'form hpme. Farmer slis reading Trfo Herald. Wifo sils darning sox...... The Iloria ot (lie Family Is wrestling with Suddenly a snarl, a snap and grpan ami a kirk at the cat." "What Is it, "Wheat prices, son, wheat SATURDAY NIGHT THOUGHT It Is cheap thinking lo Bay that be- cause God Is omnipotent, He is '.re- sponsible.for human failures, lie la responsible for giving inan. a chance lo 'toecoiiul Hut nian Is Si'Jponsiblo for whal he docs with his ar, 3. i. Vanco. The Red Tea package with the blue label1 contains" tea of v a litfieT finer than the package -with the 'green label, .which vs. so well toovnn" in. Canada. The blue label' sells at a few cents a pound more, but goes farther in the 'cup. Try a sealed .carton with the Blue LabeL Red Rote Coffee is sold only in the sealed air-tight Red Rate Can.' Made from Pure Canadian Gov- ernment Inspected fats, Milk twice and best dairy sal'. Made from Nut Oils. and.'NIlk twice pasteurized, arid- best "dairy Bait, w r. Quality Products The same care in the choice of ingredients and in manufacture that established the popularity of Swift's "Prenrtium" Oleomargar- ine is making Nut" Oleomargarine a favo'rite with' Housewives all over the land. Equally high in quality, it differs from Swift's Premium in being a purely vegetable product, Both are made under the most sanitary touched by answer every table requirement at a big saving in price. are assured of if you insist on SWIFT'S NUT" Made in Canada. USE EITHER .YOU'LL LIKE BOTH Your Butcher or Grocer has them or can easily get them for you. SWIFT CANADIAN COMPANY LIMITED ;