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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKTDUE HERALD TUESDAY, DECEMBER BUiSISS BEDTIME HEART BY" THORNtON W. BURGESS ThVweVkltnss helpless Jail TOT a irlend to take their part. A pity it so Jew there are Who tho understanding heart. IJro'.vn's Many, limes before Rusty the-Fox Squ IrreV bad I thought he had, known She. full meaning of but now, as he realized that ha who had been a prisoner was free, wholly and abso- lutely knew tbat he never had been BO happy before. He knew now the full meaning and the unspeakable joy of freedom Ho thrilled with it from Sis claws to tho lip of hii bushy tail. He had to tell-all the Green Forest ot II, and he barked and barked until his voice grew husky. Chatterer '-'Ihe Red Squirrel-'heard him anil came running and leaping through llic treetppa JVnat did 1 tell 5ou'" cried CUtturer 'Did.ntiIJ.eU >ou that Kirns' Brown's boy would set you free. My. my, ray, where did nil. those, fat hkkory nuts and thai vellow corn from' _ Chatterer waa storing g-e-dily at tbe uuls anii left oj Feraier Brown's boy CnaUererj so happ' he vi anted to ah are'bis pines r, ill i someone There Is plenty for botli of us" I Clia'tercr didnt need one of >1 Dental Clinic in SeWs Urged by Rotarian Craig Rotes JUar. Health Ad-lttae. dresses _ Senator DeVeber J ceaa Says Public Opposes Heijthj and alter hs had closed'Prfsideut Bam Oliictals in Their Wort. The Rolarlane entered opan their Porter said It.was a question the Ro-, club could well toaslder. Opposition of Public After a jumber of reports hid been health week'canipa'lgnVt their ioon ;submitted .which will ts luncheon oa ilraday-with a number. during this week as part of the health of addresses and reports. mil'Craig'campaign. Senator DeVeher opened talked about teeth In reiatlon.to health bis address thai.one big nud Dr DoYeber the, troubles problem health officials face Is the ot a health officer. Reports were of the public.. The d on a number of matters pertain- fill to give them the backing ceived teg to the health ot cltlzenf of Lelh- bridge as well: Dr. Crals advocated the The public ____ kins neces- sary to strict observance of the particularly in.the eases 'ot quarantine. Ho enumerated nany troubles in this regard and showed that ce'taln chaa All about Yt-TrerJ the trapia of small feet in tns snowiv tj had ieenKflojoyini nil boma Chatterer )iad been-nus} ver? feusyjndeed a he. .that no ono but himself iTas Chatterer Chat erer had made themostotoppor of a dental clinic In Lethbridgs's. schools.- He gave figures to show what, ges in Ihe laws would telo effect a clinic has had on school chil- However, the-heaUU officia's are do- dren's progress in other cilics and also! Ing the best they al'iougn, local strongly advised parents to educate !y, considerable-trouble is caused by Ihelr children to the need ot keeping. doctor ui outside peunts These doc- a clean mouih tors often want to bring pallets Into The mouih is tbe gateway !o Isolation hospital in J-ethDndge, Etomach and as such starts the opera whlcb. is maintained for tta use 01 lion of digestion Clean teeth will The speaker to'd ot case! pass food to the other organs In good cor.ditlou but bad teeth are likely to deliver It contivmmated with disease germs. Cavities of teeth, be pointed out, often harbor disease gerros In the decayed or decaying food generally found in them. This comes IB contact with the fresh food and the germs are. passed to the .stomach. Not only are cavities to blame, for this but one who neglects his or her teelh is likely to have trouble at the roots and puss is likely to form under the1 gums and pass. Into the mouth. Tills is a dangerous siale'ot affairs.for that person's health, the speaker main- tained. jov 1 a rontruued to bark lu-1-1) When' Right then for tbe first time bo ho MuM bark.no longer he raced away thought cf that supply of fat hickory to visit the ho'Iow limb ot a certain nuts he bad bidden in the old liollow tree, be lipd decided to make stump under the b'g hickory tree his home, belore. he. was shot by the huntSr fount! it iiist It Many diseases arc r traced ;toi tho mouth, tho dentist said. He Bald niinv prominent aro finding, that a dirt} mouth Is responsible for raany troubles, such, as rheumatism, kidney ,troubles, valvular heart, par- tial paralysis and neuritis. Dirty teelh are morS.prevalent in civilized races, be claimed. Among the loner classes of human beings only communicable diseaso cases are packed into a motor car and brought Into the cltv. taking ch of spreading the disease In many places: Ho agreed with1 tbe propo al of Dr Craig that a dental clinic should 1m es tablisbed in tho schools Conditions are getting worse and worse this After giving his support to this ques- tion he went into a discussion of tho laws pertaining to the handlm? of "real diseases iri the cilies. He told cf the trouble in eecjriug re ident rep- resentative of .the (provincial board health to take up this In regard to water be said Leth bridge'is well 6B. Only three cases i tsphold have arisen In tbe citi this 5ar and this is a good record of children Important question, lie said Jiul In Ih's regard the Nursing Mission Is doirrg a splendid work Before finishing bis address Dr De- Veber promised to write a articles to..... this -week. along the i session of tbe i lit; 1UUIIU It. _.U3L a3 i uau. jclb ll. IKa Ve No one had been Ibere 'At a look around to make sure no him he scampered oyerAo the old slump All about it, were hom6 ueans Ho'pulli made his bed and then curled up Bnand.bf: he grew hungry and then reineiubereil tbs fat hickory nuts and the yellow corn Farmer Brown's boy bad for bfm on a log by the tree where be had been given his fraednm He back there But -when he got'thcre'tbere were.np fat hickory nuts t and thero was no yellow corn Off III tho distaute he heard tbe sharp They ___ __ Mean sank as_ climbed up on the old stump He: .erer must have (Copyright, 1820, by T. The neit storyi Wisely.' "Hosty Decides .DEATH OfvMAGRATH LADY Mrs. KatieivPrlsslllia ot A farmer in tho t the pe 'The question 6f looking'after decay ng an enormous one It all the dentists in Korth America were working at capacitj they could attend to twenty million people leaves eighty m'llion untouched The only solution is for S922 The higli figures lot points in the district North Batlli-ford 1871, Medicine Hat 9b'o B-'ft Cur- rent S5.86 anoVLethbridge 85.79 Announcements In re gard to tho Christina' Ectivitie o( the and a call was issued for the at "YES-FRY'S COCOA makes delicious icing" tbe people to give strict attention Jo lenAmcK 0( every Rotarian at tlie Gait their teeth and by educating tho chil-1 ]lo jfjj on Christmas afternoon. They dren to clean their teeth constantly. aro ,D the ladies John Bass ex the problem will, In years cts to go to- Edinburgh neii June and less Ivinety per cent ho said, for tUe worM 01 Roiary of the decaying can b3 prevented. should be establislied In 'the -schrfolsi Ii attend: (o life- first grades The children should bo causm. Chatterer, llagrath died fast "night I ii taught the proper use of a tooth 'the Bed Squirrel nusty knew then Lethbridge. Her'remains be In ono Connecticut city forty isty knew then Lethbridge. what had become of the fat hickory shipped by nutb anJ the yellow com While he lor huriaL T S Fetlerly to Magratb. TEA. wo per cent ot the school budget, jn .914 was used to pupils, vho had failed in their examinations and once a denial clinic was establish- ed and in operation for five years this portion of the budget was" cut down to fourteen per cent. In reference to the general health of th" pnpiis, he said figures would speak for themselves In 1914 thirty six per'ceiti-tot the deaths were due .0 dlphtheriasand ill five jears .this had beenicut'down to eighteen per per cent In measles the reduction was from twenty to four and one-te'nlh per cent In of scarlel fever It is easy io say a thing is matter to prove it. Blue Ribbon Tea will stand every test. TRY IT. tbe reducl t In the uctlou w from fourteen and one half-pcr cent, to one-tenth of one per cent. Lethb'ridgo Is the only major city in AlberUi that has not a dental "clinic in its schools. .In Edmonton one'ii working and in. Calgary a dentist de- votes his entire time to this'Work. In Medicine lial the Rotary cjub was in- strumental having one started and the dentists ot that city glvo o! their CATTLE STEALING-CASE IN THE DISTRICT COURT In the District (Tn.es before Judge Greene uf Medicine Hat. the trial of Al Harball for cattle stealing was in progress The .aicus cd is cbirged as alleged, vutli steal on December 10th, 1918, two head of cattle, the propertj ft B S Bow i dca ot Taber Dr ConfBeare KG, 13 prosecuting lor tbe Ctawn and the accused is defended by..B. U Cook of Taber. SOME ELECTION JFIGURES In the revised and certified returns ot. Monday's election, the in the Mayors salary Question s'tand at the figure of 677 instead bt C75. In tbe managerial gov- ernment the "No" stands 'at. 390 in- stead of 88D. In tbo Bchool election the figures for A. Harnm aro of 351. There were in all 9 rejected ballots. PRINCE'S EQUERRY 1EDS WITH ZERO IOST HMD LITTLE FfTOST MOTOR- RIDE VAHGOUVER-VICTORiA Winter Enroule lee Flftj SwIUtrlands In tbe CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES In tholr winter eomfortabla Compartment library yjlion cart Exctllsnt the igtnl o! tha ?mm PACIFIC RULWIY Make the ICING for your Chocolate Cakes with and quickly made this foiif taUespooiife FRY'S COCOA with two cups powdered sugar, tiienjadd two tablespoons melted butter, two tablespoons of milk and of vanilla. Beat until smooth, when it will be ready for your '.cake. Try it once-you'll want txfrhake icing this way OFTEN. v t c Remember: "Nothing Will Do But FRY'S" U3 Capl. tho Hon. Piers Lcgh, son of Lord Newton and ecuierry to the I'rlno of Wales, SS ferlJo, formerly tiG Uan. Mrs. Alfred Shaushnessy. Of Special Interest to Christmas Shoppers! There are numerous gifts which one can offer at Christmas which give pleasure to the receiver for the time being, but are soon forgotten. If your Christmas gift be some article of FURNITURE it will be a source of pleasure to your friends for years to come, and a lasting rethembrance for you in the home of your'friends. It is by no means costly'if one measures its price by the beauty, comfort and refinement embodied in every piece. GENUINE ENGLISH CHESTERFIELD All overstuffed, covered with a rich shade ol wool seat, three. .Marshall sanitary spring cushions, full spring pillow arms with' mahogany legs, length. ovcr..aU SS-inchea.'.-depth 36 inches. One of the most luxurious pieces made. Reg, S335.00. December A Big Bargain in a Fine Selected Sawed Oak-China Cabinet, Ma lie from selected oak throughout In perfect- ly straight, linos, 58 Inches, 40 Inches wide with double glass cloora; .cohies-ln the. fumed'finish only with cower drop pulls. ThlaVmakes R splen- did addition to your dining room for only TAPESTRY ARM ROCKER Big, corafortetjle chair, douMo Bluffed, epring edge, seat, back one! arms, loose cushions, tip- bolstercd in the very-beat grade'of wool tapes- try. It you need 'a lino, big, roomy Chair or Rocker that Will' giro comfort p.ncl service, get cno of these. Hemember, these are quality chairs. Reg, De- cember Special LIVING-ROOM CHAIRS AND. ROCKERS Frame Is of solid .quarter sawed oak in famed finish only. Full spring seat upholstered thers Lafgq and comfortable and nicely bal- anced. A splendid value at De- 523..... Chair to match SIMMONS STEEL BED With Spring .Complete Tliese bisds corns' In full equipped with sagless ste'sl'sprifigVfully guaranteed. The beds aro in white enamel. Kcmember. this price In- cludes the bed and spring complete new patent construction does away with Iroti 'jslde rails; beds standing crooked; or BftueaWnjrj'.Get this week at a big saving. Ilegu- njj lor 53300 for PEDESTAL Thesa I'cdcslnls aro In the nut brown fumed o.ik and dull mahogany finishes. A big massive stylo with wide base, regularly sold (or 49.75; December Special Pedestal Pedestal Kindergarten Kcts in snow fi> t C ft wlilte enamel Child's Chair.. L.CTEEPLE "QUALITY EXTRAVAOANCt" J4.7S "My Auto KMd.lb {4.00 Shoo'Fly Frlco ;