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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUKTEEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL GRANNY FOX KEEPS MRS. BEAR'S SECRET Have you a secret you won't '.nil1.' Then guard your tongue and Rinml it well. Granny Many a secret is told unintention- ally. Tlmt is why so few secrets an- licit long. It is banl for one having ;i secret which otiiors are anxiuns to Jind out not to say something that quick wits will take as a hint anil piess the rest. It is only ny taking the greatest care as to what you say that you can possilily keep a secret. Old Granny Fox knows this. She is so shrewd and clever that she long ago discovered that the way to find out the secrets ol others is simply to get them to talk. So when she has secrets of her own she euards her tongue well, and it is seldom S'.IQ gives a secret away. For some queer reason most people delight in feeling that they know something tha'. others do not know, but want to know. Old Granny Fox knew Mrs. Dear's secret and she knew that, no one else knew it. And this toioK-ledge tickled her greatly. It made her feel that she was smarter than anv of the other little people jjui, mi mi... of trs Green Forest and the Green I Bear prowled about hunting for some Meadows Old Granny Fox is smart: thing to eat. much as Buster Dear ihe knows she is smart, and she likes did: that she didn't ?row better to have all the others think she is tempered: that she had that old wiiul a freo trip to ihe Paramount Btunloi. An all Paramount cast Inter, pretn tlie important roles In "Behold My which was produced by George Melfonl. Elliott Deiter, Mil- ton Sills, Mabel Jullenno Scott, Ann Forest 'und others are in tho cast. The story Is the Illm version of Sir Gilbert Parker's famous novej "Tho Translation of a Savage." The play has met with phenomenal success in the prieinpnl eastern 'citiew, and Manager Leii Brown stated to- day that ho will givo It a metropolitan presentation here neit week, with a .superb fourteen piece symphony or- chestra and an elaborate stage Bet- ting'. As for Old Granny Fox, she went about her business But all they discovered was that Mrs. Kill art. So all she would say was that airs. Bear had a secret aud she knew what that secret wafe and that if the other little people wise they would fall "11 to herself, for Buster never came near it, and that most of the little people were taking the advice oE Old Granny Fox and keeping away from that part of the Green Forest. little TV ere wise Swir from the great wlndf.ll Mr, Be.r really h.? a .ecro, deep in the Green Forest -where Mrs. Jived. Not another word -would she say about it, not even to R'edily .Fox and you may be sure that Roddy Teased and teased to know what that vras. Wherever she went Old Grann; kept it. She didn't give even u hint it was. Of course. Peter Rabbit's curiosity wouldn't allow him to stay at home, and despite GVtinny'e ndvkc he paid more than one visit to tlu't part of the Forest where Mrs. Bear A very delightful tea, wWcli vras crowded' nunieroun visitors was 'held yer.te-rday afternoon nt the home ol ,1. K by immtber ;MiiT07' Mission liam Mrs. superintendent t'n 11 iin i Is. wiLi itrisipunl in receiving yilss Jennie presidc-nt ol tlie Senior Itiiiid. ami Miss K-Heda LuvUi. uf the Junior Band. Little Doris IMnham antl .May admit ted thfi guests to the rooms. which were rharming with ii profusion oi Easier lilies, hyaniit.lip. and house plauts. Mis.ios Corinne Fox. Wlmogeno Bran- rio.v. mid Anna Kandqni.st. invited lo the lea-room, wlioro the iea.-tr.ble was adorned whh a handsome centre oi EasU-r lilies. Misses Agnos Davidson ,nd Louise poured for the first part of the ailernomi ami were hi ter relieved by Misses Florence Churt-h and Kathleen Levitt Mem- bers, of both senior and junior bands assisted in serving tho quests. During the afternoon a very pleasing program was Riven consisting of the following numbors: Instrumental solos ami duets by Misses Dagmar, Anna] and Hilda Sand.iuist; duct by Misses] sH'e Loverinp, and Helen Rfdnton.V solo. Miss Heh'n Redmond; solo, Miss Dorothy Allison, accompanied by Miss Rita Aird: recitations by Misserf Dor- othy Haffern, Patricia Porter, and Tdaster Laurence Crass; reitding.s. Misses Corrine Fox and Brandow; instrumental solos. Mrs. Kress iuid Miss Edith Kipp. Several members of ihe W. M. S. were present r.nd assisted in various during the afternoon. CULTIVATION OF CHTLD NEEDED IN CANADA MONyilEAL, April IE my fourth visit to Canada, and I feel moi'e confident ttmn ever that, there is a wonderful before tho declared General Bramwell Booth, d of tlle world-wMo Salvation Army Tex was sure to be asked ilbout that lived. Hut he never, could get com- al.'she'would" say I age to go very close lo the "Find it out for yourself. I found it! old windfall, so ho lean no mw- out for myself. No one told me. A tlian did Sammy Jay and Black} the Inl of neoTilc in the Green Forest i Crow, Jhink themseives smart. If they an- A. for Old Granny Vox, she went reallv smart they will find ont thai about her business, and. when in ieau> .-.man i i nighbors nret'endcd not to behove that British Columbia at 'Jie 52nd parallel of North Latitude. The new province would also iucludc the Yukon Terri- tory. 10e per member per month to the .Municipal chapter funds. Owing to this arrangement the Municipal Chap- "I have been continued the general, "what message 1 have for Canada and I am going to sity that there are two outstanding neeos to- day which require attention. One is the need for a more thorough culti- uiis ui me vation of the land aucl for this pur- ter was not obliged to go before the U0se additional labor is required to public for financial assistance ex- creak new ground. The other great cepl on one viz: the Bridge Tea held in the Armories on Dec. 15. In all work the members of the Chapter have undertaken, they have lived up to their motto. The Chapter feels that it has had a j very successful year. (Signed) Leuore E. Hon. Mun. Secretary. Treasurer's Report Receipts To National War Memorial To National per capita tax.. 42.00 To Provincial per capita.. 147.15 To life memberships- National ?50.00 Provincial 1C.30 C6.50 Municipal per capita tax SGG.OQ Members' dues 43.00 Miscellaneous.......... 205.29 need is for more God-fearing mothers in the homes of the Dominion, for you can grow a more happy population than yon can import. 1 leel thpt there is a need all over Canada for greater cultivation of the child. 'It seems ihat you can fit a man better for the bat- tles o.' life if you train him ia his youth." General Booth will embark for Eng-; land 01. the Adriatic In Now York to- morrow. NEW LOW LEVELS IN LINOLEUM We have decided to sell our present stock of _ Printed Linoleum at a Lineal Yard Only a limited quantity left. This prfce is for spot cash. C. G. Olander 524 13TH ST. N. PHONE 1023. secret just as 1 did.' Of course, this is jusi. what many ot them tried to do. Sammy Jay and Blacky the Crow, who. are always jealous of Granny Fox because ot her smartness, spent half their time over near the great windfall where Mrs. Bear lived. They would hide in the pretended not there was any secret, tfould merely grin and look wise. And not by the smallest hint did she give Mrs. Bear's fecret away. (Copyright by T. W. Burgess) The next story: ".Mrs. Bear's Secret tops of trees and watch by tho hour, is Nearly Forgotten." VETERAN KICKED TO DEATH AT VANCOUVER VANCOUVER. April Barratt, residing at the Returned Sol- ttiers' club, died in General hospital here early this morning, as result of an assault made on him Thursday on Water street, by an unidentified man. Barratt's asruilord knocked him down and kicked him In t.lie siomach. HAND WORK We give you a hand- sewn job when you let us repair your shoes and use the BEST OAK LEATHER J.W.BRADLEY 212 13TH STREET SOUTH. v MUMCIPAU CHAPTER I, O. D. E. .REPORTS v j BBr capita tax i By life v -v National 1 0 D. E. The following reports were given j 'Pl.ovjnclii........ 16.50 at til'1 recent annual meeting of the j Miscellaneous Municipal Chapter 1. O. D. held in christmas treat........... St. Augustin's Hail: Tea at Armories Secretary's Report On Miirch -1. a meeting- of the ofhVers of the three Letllhridge Chap- ters of the I. O. D. B. was held in the V. M. C. A. at S p.m., for the purpose of organizing a Municipal Chapter of the I. O. n. K. in l.etnbrMge. After being introduced by Mrs. Regenr of tho Sir Alexan- der Gait Chapter, wao occupied the chair, Mrs. Spence, Provincial Organ- izing Secretary of Calgary, proceeded with tile organization. An jVpnlication for a charter was by the officers and two members and the motto. "In Unity There is Strength" was adopted. Siucti LII-JU e iiave Sj.i'l eisiii ular meetings, eight'executive meet- ings and two special meetings, with average attendance of seventeen J070.00 42.00 117.15 BENNETT SECURES RED CROSS COMMITTEE TO PROBE WAR INFRACTIONS GENEVA, April enquiry by, a special committee into infrac- tions of the Geneva convention during the war was voted mousiy at the session of the In- ternational conference of the Red Cress yesterday. This action was taken on the proposal of the Can- adian delegate, K. B. Bennett. Provincial tures Luncheon during meeting........ Chapter Delegates' expenses vinclal meeting Sundries....... meeting expendi- provindal to pro- By balance: Per Hank pass book Less cheques outstanding. 12C.32 MONTREAL TRItS AGAIN FOR DEMPSEY pIGHT NEW YORK, April 27.27 adian to AV. J. McBeth. sporting editor 71.50 of the Tribune. Tex Rickard 15.00 has recei'-od a new offer from Montreal for the Dempsey-Car- pentier light and there is still a chance that the big battle mav be in Montreal. 401.73 316.50 SS5.2? Jl.530.94 Dorothy Robsou. Retiring Treasurer. Organizing Secretary The very excellent report of the an average attendance of seventeen formci. secretary, Mrs. H. members present at the regular meet- j BDntley ,vas read, showing the or- inss. ganizati'on uf a Military Chapter in the city whi.-h indirectly lead to the zation 01 a Chapter in I-Jlair- i mure ami t' e formation of two child- iml two ren.s at Westminster school. the year Palace Market 9 Speciak for Saturday Finest Pot Roasts Beef, Ik, 15c Choice Roasts Veal, 1L, 18c, lit, 25c Choice Shoulders Mutton; per Ik, 18c Stewing Mutton; per Ib........... 15c Prime Roast Beef Dripping, jper Ib., 15c New Laid Eggs, per dozen....... .3flc Ali our beef is No. 1 fresh killed; do not handle any frozen. See our tomorrow. You save money on all lines of meat at this market. No delivery charges to pay for. Our vrork [has been as follows: To organize three new I viz: the Military Chapter jChihlien's Chapters. To entertain the Lethbridge Sol- I diers' w idows and orphans at Christ- j niiis. I To present the Lethhridge Armor- ies with the picture. "Canada's Ans- wer.'' To entertain the visiting members of the Provincial Chapter during the provincial convention held In Leth- hridge January LM, and cur education- al work. The educational work in the Lethbridiro Municipal Chapter lias been rather handicapped owing to tlie Educational ?pcrciarv, Mrs. D. A. Tay-lSir Gilbert Parker's Great Book lor, resinning. One of Mrs. Taylor's "JJchcM My Wife" ill Rig Paramount Contest BEHOLD MY WIFE! COMING TO THE COLONIAL. Good Things for the ____ It's easy to get meals on Sunday if you visit us on Saturday. Our array of superior baked things offers a wide variety that will be a treat for the family and your guests. The quality talks for itself. HOME-MADE BAKING Lethbridge National System of Baking JLimitecL 407 Fifth St South. W. CITY NEXT !EK ing of two prizes in the Gr.ule VI11 known ns tlie Robin Sherlock Memor- Manager Len Brown of the Co- 'in I lonlal has some treat news to impart Tw-, ot'h-r plans oi "is Colonial th.-utrn patrons After rr. n u-lMi ihn pvnrnlives ot o ttu1 Canadian dislrilHitors of tlio Par- or i. s''.., "Rrtolii My by Sir s.., w'-i-'ri- i vi-iTb. Kilhert tho noted Canadian uc m tin: l has upon Mr. I rnniNM'honns m the .inn Palace Meet 13TH ST. NORTH, PHONE 431. U wiuilil viT.v hcnofirJal to ouv cnunii-y if tlioco two plan.-; cuuld be The work in the the I'lirainount executives to be thn grRntnpt iittranion they will pre-' sf-nt in I.ethljriilgo next week, and a' lilting rrown to their Paramount' week. In ronjunction with thfi show-; ing, Hrown Is also interested inai'y Cnapti-rs been three in 1he richnol In iln- Cliapter. in pbn- pinuros in li.j.ilri by the Si; i1 (Ji.lt .ind SilEO'iiotolvi Chap- lo plate a tuble! orertei! to the Tncinory of :i who WHS killed in action, by the SiKokotoki C'lmpter, in pLi-'c pirinres in schools by the Majnr .i.T-k ClmpU'r Two import ait t restilntinn wtsvi brout'ht. in liy tlie Alexander Clalt. Cb. inter, wliirh bccii mentioned in their st.'cn-idS'v's annual report. Kitehie. our Urgent, was d'-le- L-atft to the until annual Provincial held in Calvary, rnui brought hack :i very inh-n-KlliiK repmt. Three o Ulcers n-s juried diirinp: tho yt'.ir, I be secretary, Mrs. llentli-y, her plaro belnf; filled by ,Mrn. W A. lluclianan; the cilm.i-i linnal secretary, Mrs. IV A. Taylor: I the <'drrfisjmiidiiiK v.eciotary, (J. j I ch, wlKwn plii'-o filled by Mrs. Si-lil. Stationery bar- been four nf '.be ITiniary Tlie I'riniiuy in thp contest. will allow ol" tho winners participating in Has Taught thousands upon thousands that INSTANT POSTUM as tho meal-time drink.isbetterfor health than tea or coffee. "There's D OB fl OBG GB Q OP 9 OP 0 QB 0 C (B BO M B1 PURE FOOD MARKETS lower Prices on ail Fresh Meats Week-end Specials CHOICE ROLLED ROASTS BEEF, per ib............3flc CHOICE ROASTS BEEF, per Ib.............ISc and 18c CHOICE BOILING BEEF, per Ib...................Mlfc CHOICE LOINS MUTTON, per Ib...................28c CHOICE SHOULDERS MUTTON, per Ib.............20c STEWING MUTTON, per Ib.......................15c PRIME ROAST BEEF DRIPPING, per Ib............ISe NEff LAID EGGS, per dozen......................30c BUY WHERE YOU ARE PROTECTED BY THE PURE FOOD LAWS OF CANADA. P. BURNS CO., Limited DOMINION FISH MARKET MAIN MARKET DOMINION MARKET Phone 545 Phone 412 Phone 1654 ;