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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THK LETHBRIDGE IMILY HFHAU1 FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 28, 1919 PWT OF I ANTIPODES (Trta tie Loudoo Times) liwiyi Mill? frifhlened awajr. Once Kcw Ccrrtapon- when oat o( ehot rarlrtdfn I rnUMd la bit reeenl brief caWcd a illh a SnIJer bullet, ud BOX irisa in his o[ the il wlittd calmly, heij on one tn "mountain parrot." Wo all ineir until 1 reloaded and ioL it wllu the vkleh lie maanl, but his phrase neit I hava burd olren. ud I Jo be- km applied to the fietlleis E.-ounl llete, list a kaa on (round yvrct ol the a iarmlait and trill lei you fit rishi up to it tad will (Mmctless bird, or to the koti. lull play wiin a button on Elrlai or wllb ooMln to IhB kea, which lives in hill- th'e corner of a handkerchief. 1 hire bush. The kea is very difcrent myMlt knoTrn keaa enter a dwelling-, It earned its name o[ "nestor and a tent They DO aenae There thinks be to the gods.' and' will sland by when their utet no olber parrel Hie it. I ire killed. In site It is smsller than an-EnJliik Diirms the pait !0 rears ther bite ntok, vjth the brilliant semi-metallic passed JrtM suspicion to conviction, anecn of somo other colonlil biros, nt- If you are iatcrested read the late Mr. the wlnss are Irave flame-col- Gtorgo H. Marrlntr's book "Tho Kea; ored jMlrbei. The bodv is compact GullLy or Not Today there 13 aAd Terv muscular, tho thighs strong no doubt at ell. and slnrdy, all the power ol the body are used to the imported pest. centred in the neck, curved, and lo the fading out of our naliTe cutting heat, and itrong tearing tal- birds. The tea. is home-reared and CM. The irlll dli lilo nela u more Iwrlble than any emigrant- :t thoush it we.-e aj toll aa butter la i Is iprwdJtE. spreading sividly. Thlrtr- EiuamerUme, and eae tireep of the ago tfits parrot was seen beai o! a bird I thcwht iraj dead hn only In the nigh country ot Olaso.; cut clean acrou a pair cord aa4 the mountain shepherds ot tho breeches. The fljat It decef lire, the Hmidcn had a legend tie a of bird beats short aad giving no which ii'.led a sheep. It camo north impression or speed; but shot at and: with With the opening ot jnlssed on iha wing the acceleration of the Counlrj' it was Till mako tbe pace of a, Trlni-driven: charged openly wiih the kUllng. plieisanL The kea can jump, literal-iTwenlv-flTe yeare ago il was seen on ly, Into the air and be ia flight before! St. James and SL Helens, but was un- screech is ended. But let no mis- tnown on the plains OT on hill atat- Uke be made. The kea is not a sport- Ions 40 miles away. Today it has been Ing bird In any sense. Treated as ver-'seen In Blenheim; il ventures to the Din, It is shot aa is easiest. II Is not plains and flies shrieking over Hanmer E. W. BEATTY, K.C. President of the C.P.FL, who prophe- sied great development cf Canadian .railways, when addressing the Canad- ian Club at Toronto. Springs. At one point by ;he public road, between Culvcrden and Haumer, it ilew 70 sheep In a night. Where I FERIHANIELLS OF CALGARY ME Nov. Couu- sel A. J. Andrews, K.C.. concluded Lls address to the jury tn the trial of Robert B- llusEell. one of the eliol strike leaders charged ivllh eedltious conspiracy, and the. first uritneai lo give erldence, F. E. Mndale, serried Into tba box this Uiiidale. a member o( Ine law sO'jlely pracllclnr at Elgin. Man., ncleJ e.s an intelligence oldrer during the period I In wblcli (bo alleseil conspiracy lias] carried on. ,111s OTitlence connected tlie accused, Ilusjell. Aldenuan John Queen, George 'Ajinslronf. llov. Wil- liam Kens. J. Dlion. M.UA.. wllh Iho helil in ihe Walker Ihea- Ire. Dec. 22, ISIS, from ivhlch, as tho result of a resolution carried by the meeting, greetings icere sent lo Iha soviet government ol Hussla. Heeausa of an obJecUon br Jlobert Caasldy. K.C-, tbal the evidence -.of Ibis wltuass on another meeting heM In the Majestic. Theatra nntler Iha w.Uouts by ca. wkM'i pula ttta amllatlt of v-SMt la Anatrilla at H6 An Indulrial T. M. d A. hu bwn orcantud la OUa SUpXa UunbOT Co. tt WrcUBax B. a V. O. Ru l> Wife not very ill- but never real well .QIVING advice to busbands ia geneTally conceded lo be not a vny btalthy occupation. comment at to the cautef of marital unhappineM il an unpopular lubject. BuU ncTeilheleis, il it an obvious fact that there ire in Canada to-day tliuuMndi of who, while not being" ill (o go (o you wee yenTwife drooping. ia indifferent yn rheuM MY tait gtu a tgoic. FKedi Wiecirnif, wKkk 'tot nevily 40 f nn Tecovniied Ihewofldoreritlhe'one pelt Ionic Icr ill iniemiorreiv or Tnfl down. M pot aloJc il H a Tonic. ontive, a blood maVer, and Food in'onc. k rt-inyigorBtet tnd the vrbole ITMCTTI od hal counllcM ef people from a lijll Kcaiy to the Icelimol robnitheillk. iei. wife ?4 ran rlown, get anaemic, MITOIM and run down, and ia Ail condition they are not their, htubandi ne 'IwppT. and the home life not wbal it to be. n COLXKAX a CO, Wvuan Wmo. Ofa, a turn i Tijom I SJa fr IV D, Tmmf 1. g iH< i( g the dusk and dawn within 100 yards ol the homestead window. We be- Here.that it tills more sheep than the it has caused (ho losses we have pat down to the weather ia psst years. M'ilh death lurking in the driven bv freezing TVlnils, a man can- not hold Inquest on each sheep that dies. In Ilia IL may not be thought worth while to gather the TTOO] Irom bare carcasses; nor with the present shortage of musterers is (t sure they -will ever be found. On stations small and meagre rewards, subsidized by local authority, were paid by the squatters. Many did nothing. The apathy lo bis own' interests which, marks the landowner everywhere was heavy upon hiic. Fail- ure made him bitter and careless, and success made him forget-that small The second witness was F. G. Perry, court reporter o[ Fcrnie, B.C., who was engaged ID make an official shorthand report of the western Can- ada labor conference, March 13. 14 Mrs. McMeekin's Half Price Sale of Winter Hats Is now In full swine and dlailnlshlnn.rivplfllr. .Never Trore such bargains seen nt thla season. A splendid qtulHy SUk Velvet Ready-to-wear Hat, for to Silk Velvet Dress Hats from to Cheaper Velvets for Childrea'i Very Drtuy Hats for to 318 THIRTEENTH STREEfNORTH IRK, including a list of the delegates.) as put In by counsel for the crown without objection from the defense.. The accused was present at this con- J ventton, said the AUSTRALIA'S METHOD Sorao Interesting particulars steps taken by tlie Rovernraent of tho Australian cominoowealth (o assist. Iho ivneat growers of Ihe island con- tinent ars contained in a report io e department of trade and commerce T losses mallcred. Meantime the tea from P. D. Hoss, Canadian trade com- Ecd in number's, and laid heavier j rtitssioner li. ifelbourne. He states toll. Mr. Charles Herbert Ensor, a W'at, ladependent of earlier guaran- middle-ased man, who, by energy, phy- peas made by sereral slate govern-' sical strengtb, a genlua for seeing the i nifnta, owing to the federal govern- obvious, and a perfect, knowledge otjmenl not haTlng reached a decision sheep, .had made himself a success, 'n tfac matter., the comraornvTalth gov- 'and had beneflted-hls couatry by-lbe has decided to make'advances I perfection of a 97c Per burfiel to iarmers on tho sheep, look over St. James 11SIS-1919 crop'for rfccogDizeii qualily.' Stetion. He recognired the case ol the guarantee Immediately relieved kea. lie gave five shillings per head tne Etate from any liabit- for each shot' over decoys or 'n raaklng advances lo 'farmers.'-' close (o "ids. ed. will Involve a payment A Afejsage (o Husbands paid or a: _ _.___________ _.. help.' One" man got a record hag oE 41 in one night. The married couple at The Ada killed.SO in a-fa-if 'montha, without leaving'their'own-'door. TVc all KJ1M some. It did not matter. More keas came. They'killed when men watched. Today we do_ not know male kea from female. We do not know -whether they are birds of the night or Ihejjay.- They kill at any time. I have -hoard', them in heavy bash, and seen them amongst rock peaks and above ice. No neat has ever been foqnd, We. ilo not know when or how they breed, as vre have not seen any young irirds that we know oi. So things stood IS months ago. In Ihe yew Zealand Farmer, the Paslomltsls Review, and Ibc Weekly Press-I est out the fee's ia a some- what lengthier article, about March, 1917. Even-body agreed something ihould be done; 'but It is only a cable message ot this -week which sayg Eteps ave been taken. And unless they are mpleltj and adequate and. make EC of tbe inspectors and machin ry already provided by the KaTibU ct, tbe consetTJeneea will be dread 1. The big men cannot flpht il oul one. The smaller men must help nd the State (In Us leisure from jinking out methods of taking iho ountry to aave the town) must do ita the sheep will 30. High aies, nigh price of stores-, and mater al, high an uncertain lab r market are all agafnat the wccl rower. The kea may well prove the ecldtn? factor. Should anyone wish lo learn at firs' and, I would adrjse liim lo write lu fr. C. If. Ensor at While flock, North anlOrbury, or Mr, W. T. Rush, a t Janes, HRinmer Spring.i, Klthe an put Inquirer Into touch will icn who lived their whole llvci n the High Country, about which ho averags New' Zealander knows cry little. They will bo able lo hem how fight goes ngalnst this having con- djatance and snow and the abbit, and bred a cheep for the land, moat go down before the shrieking parrot. GODFHEV TUHNKK. Zealand Convalescent Camp, 'Grey Hornchurcb, Kaaei. DRURY SAYS HE'WJLL ELTMIMATE "PULL" TORONTO, Wov. E- C. Drury gliddenerf the ol memben the clvl! ler- vlee jiMciatron it their annua.I meeting lait night at the pirllt- rfitr.l when he thit in future, long Jt he wtt at the head of Ihe provincial fdvernmer.t, would be Into effect (n the Ontario civil Mrvfct a of promotion, to merit, and thtt "pud" would be eIImtatted. C. a OLANDER PHONE 1223 624 THIRTEENTH STREET N. 'GENERAL HARDWARE This is a lovely winter but it is sure hard on your wife and the old LINOLEUM We still have.a good supply of the following: Fehal, ptr lineal Floor Ofldoti, per lineal yard %1 Printed Linoleum, per lineal yard Inlaid Unfilsom, ptr lineal yard Confcknm Rajs, 9x12, Linoleum Rngi, 9x12, DONT FORGET YOUR COUPONS Her. n. J. Une, B.A.. who a In France, has accept ea K call lo Handier church.' Now Is Your Oppor- tunity to Secure That Christinas Gift at a Great Saving The entire Jewelry Stock has been marked down lo the lowest possible level, in order lo turn same into cash. I MUST HAVE MONEY NOW TO MEET MY LIABILITIES. The following articles arc a tlial I have in stock: of tho sull.iblc gift su Wesley Shean, r-ogan, died as Ihe rtaiilt of Injuries received when lie fell from 1 loid cf Oen1femen'< Pocket and Writt Watches, air gradti and ilzes. Ladies' Bracelet Watches, American and Swln grades. Ladies' or Diamond, Gem or Signet Rings. A Large Variety of Braochet, Pendants and Lavallert. Nory, Toilet Manicure SeU. Tie Pins, ind Cigarette and Smoking Seta. Fountain Peni and Safety RazOrt. Ako numerout other He mi In Cut 'Clan ind SllvsrwAre and Jewelry. Empire Jewelry Store PUKE FOOD MARKETS SAIURD'Y SPECIALS Choice Roasts of BEEF at 15 and 18 and 20c per Ib. Choice Roasts of VEAL at and 20c. perlb. Choice Roasts of PORK at 28 and 32c. per Ib. Choice Shoulder (oasts of Mutton at 25c per Ib. Dominion Picnic lams at 28c perlb. Average 6 to 8 9 c :-i- Durns ipeciai Tomato Sausage per Ib. 35c Fresh Ox Hearts, lOc perlb. Chopped Suet 30c per Ib. Finest Mince Meat 35c per Ib. Aik for Sbamrock Brand fianu, Bacon and Lard. The Empire's Standard, wed from to Coart. P. BURNS and Co., Ltd. MAIN MARKET, PHONE 412 DOMINION MARKET, PHONE Hi DOMINION AND POULTRY MARKET, PHONE M5 ;