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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN IJSTHPRinnF HBRAtD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1921 IS TOO MUCH FOR COMMON SENSE BY THORNTON W.BURGESS Common sense is UUH und ao few keeil it as they should. Rabbit. Most people haTe plenty of common sense. The trouble is that all too often they fail to heed it. Peter Rabbit is jmt lhat kind. It lie always .lid what his common sense tells him to he woald keen out of a great many scrapes and save himself and little Mrs. Peter a great of worry. Also miss u great deal oi excite- ment. As he sat in the far corner of the .Old Orchard in front of Johnuy Chuck's old house, which Jimmy Skunk, and Mrs. Skunk had lived in all summer, he wondered if they still living there. Common sense told that it was np concern of hia whether they still lived there or not; curiosity urged him to find out. Com- mon sense told him that lio wouldn't be one bit better off if he did find out; curiosity pointed out that he would never be satisfied unless he did find out. Common sense reminded him of all that had happened in Johnny CtueU's house and the terrible fright lift had had there; curiosity said that this was different and that he needn't stay in there but it minute. Common sense hinted that if Jimmy Skunk should happen to bo in there and awake he might resent having a visitor, and the result would be very unpleasing; cur- iosity suggested that if Jimmy was in there he probably was sound asleep and there wouldn't be the least danger. "I'm going to find said he, very decidedly. houso is empty might bo tbo inrniia ut Bavins uiy soim'llmo." TlitMi POUT'S common soiuu act busy URftln und pointed out that It would bu tlmo enough to find out there i was real uced of using that house. But j ruflosity didn't (live common sense much chance. It suggested thut Peter didn't ovru know whi'thm1 Jimmy Skunk slept as Johnny Chuck does in winter, or whether he lived alono or with Mrs. Skunk. It set him to .won- dering if Jimmy was us sound a slcop- or as Johnny Chuck. "If ho thought Peter, "thi'ro Is nothing to fear from him. 1 like to see him asloop. 1 would so. I wou- der what ho (toes with that big lull of his when ho is asleep. I wondor if ho is as fat as ho ton last time I saw him, just at the beginning of winter. HP '.vas so fat then that when he walk- ed lie -wari'llml, and bis feet seemed roo small for him. 1 wonder if it is as warm dov.-n in there as it v.-as in John- nv Chuck's house. 1 And then Polor slopped wondering, .u "I'm going to find said he, very Ijetabndge, February 1st, 1921, take "if I don't, find out. opportunity of publicly expressing keep wondering always, and I hate to gratitude for tbo notable prohibi- Total Suppression Of Liquor Traffic Is the Ambition Macleod Presbytery Demands That Government Enforce AVill of the People Tho following resolution was unan- imously passed by the Presbytery of Macleod at their meeting in Knoi churth this week, at which represen- tatives wero present from every church iu the district: "We, the Presbytery of Macloofl, met in regular session in Knox church, wonder about things. I want to know." Peter sat up very straight and look- ed this way ami looked that way und lion victory of Oct. 25lh. "We accept this verdict as an evi- dence of the advance of prohibition looked every way. No one. was "to be I sentiment In Alberta, and of the des're seen. So far as he could se, he tho People to rid themselves corn- all alone. He poked ills head inside Pletely of the traffic in alcoholic liq- that hole between the roots of the old apple tree and listened. There wasn't tho teeniest, weenlest sound to tell hirr, whether or not thsre was anybody down there. "I don't believe there said Peter, and in he went. (Copyright, 1921, by T. W. Burgess) Tho next Shock." story: "Peter Gets a So Peter sat in front of that door- way between the roots of the old apple tree iu the far corner of the Old' Orchard and tried to make up his mind j to heed his common sense or satisfy hia curiosity. said Peter to himself, "Jimmy and Mrs. Skunk are not living here for beverage purposes. "We therefore urge the government to give effect to the will of the people, i-egistercd twice at the polls In five years, by a thorough-going enforce- ment of all prohibitory legislation on our statute books, and we call upon all who voted for prohibition in the recent referendum heartily and cour- ageously to co-operate with the auth- to use thia house myself if it is empty. The only way to find out is to go in and sea for myself. Knowing that this BUTCHETERIA 405 FIFTH STREET SOUTH We handle only the best at this store. We never advertise unless we can deliver the goods. All fresh killed meats; no frozen or cold storage meat at this store. Choice Beef Roasts 16c to 18c Finest Plate Choice Eoasts Pork........................30c Leg Shoulder 23c 3-lb. pail Swift's Lard..................___85c Mild Cured Bacon, by the piece............... 50c Hams, 6 to 8 Ibs...........'.................32c Pure Pork' and Beef Sausage, per Ib..........20c COME EARLY TO LETHBRJOGE'S BUSIEST MEAT MARKET orities in the matter of law-enforce- ment. "Wo would also direct attention to the persistent propaganda now being carried on by the liquor interests In i favor of government control, and the i return of light wines and beer. This I effort to circumvent the present law One of the most, peculiar things and turn back the advance of prohlbl- iout toothache is that in three out o! tion must ba resolutely met and corn- cases the tooth that seems to ache batted. Not government ownership and managemeat. but the total sup- TOOTHACHE is innocent. The teeth seem to act like a large family of children. When one of them raises Cain he blarnea it on the other. So don't be you go to the dentist and confidently tell him that the tooth upon which your linger is resting is one that is causing the have him make a few tests jand tell you that it is another tooth. i probably far distant from the one that you suspect. There are so many diiferent forms of toothache that person probab- ly ho a different experience from any- one else. There are even times when it is very difficult really to say that the pain that is being suffered is a toothache, although almost everyone things that there would be no difficul- ty whatever tn recognizing this par- ticular form of pdin. In addition to pain directly about the teeth, an aching tooth can cause pain in the ear, or in the eye, or almost j any form of headache, facial naural- giii or pains in the uecic or thero have been cases on record in which practically all pain of an aching tooth .was felt in the sole of the foot. The evil result of an achiug tooth is not so much the pain inflicted oa the patient at the time as it is the harm done to the general system by I the absorption of pus from the infect- ed root of the tooth. It .is quite true that not all aching teeth are absQesaed, because tho slightest exposure of the plup will re- sult in sharp pain. But this exposure is bound to result INTER PROVINCIAL WEED TRAIN THE PROVINCES OF MANITOBA, SASKATCHEWAN AND ALBERTA IN CO-OPERATION WITH THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY WILL OPERATE A TRAIN OF THREE CARS FOR SIX WEEKS IN THE SOUTHERN PARTS OF THE THREE PROVINCES THE ITINERARY IN ALBERTA Begins February 21 and Ends March 5 Two points will be visited each day as schedule bolow. All interested in the Control of Weeds, particularly Municipal Officials, Weed Inspectors and Farmers, are invited to attend these discussions. The train' consists of a demonstration car and two lecture cars The demonstration car, chiefly for the identification of weeds, will have specimens of growing weeds, also samples of weed seeds and etc. The lecture cars will he devoted to discussions of Methods for Control of Weeds, and the Administration of The Noxious Weeds Act. The question of Soil Drifting and the Grasshopper and Cutworm Menaces will also be fully discussed. Speakers .will lie present representing the Departments of Agriculture for Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Dominion Experimental Farms and the Unloa. oi Rural Municipalities. PLACES AND DATES Monday, Feb. IRVINE ...........10.00 a.m. MEDICINE HAT 2.30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. RETLAW .........10.00 a.m. LOMOND 2.30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. WHITLAW ........10.00a.m. BOW ISLAND.....2.30 p.m. Thurtday, Feb. GRASSY LAKE....10.00 a.m. TABER...........2.30 p.m. (Also Evening) Friday, Teh. LETHBRIDGE____10.00 a.m. RAYMOND........ 2.30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. MAGRATH ........10.00 a.m. CARD8TON 2.30 p.m. Monday, Feb. WARNER MILK RIVER ___ .10.00 a.m. 2.30 p.m. Tuesday, March WRENTHAM ......10.00 a.m. FOREMOST 2.30 p.m, Wednesday, March ETZIKOM .........10.00 a.m. MANYBERRIES 2.30 p.m. Thursday, March MACLEOD-........10.00 a.m. PINCHER .........2.30 p.m, Friday, March BARONS ...........10.00a.m. CHAMPION........2.30 p.m. Saturday, March STAVELY.........10.00 a.m. GRANUM......... 2.30 p.m. HON. C, M. HAMILTON, Mlnlitir of Agriculture, Saskatchewan CAPT. S. ACHE80N, Genera) Agricultural Agent, Cut. Pac. Rly. Co. HON. G. J. H. MALCOLM, Minister of Agriculture, Manitoba HON. DUNCAN MARSHALL, Minister of Agriculture, Alberta pression of the liquor traffic for bev- erage purposes is the goal of prohibi- tion." HARDIEVILLE SAYS FAREWELL TO OLD AND ESTEEMED FRIENDS At Hardieville school on Tuesdty night, a social and dance was held for the purpose of saying farewell to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Coutts, who are leaving for British Columbia, where they In- tend going into fruit and poultry farming. A large crowd thronged the school eager to have a final good time with thair old and very respected friends, who for some ysars have resided here. Mr. Coutts who held the position of Pit Boss at No. 6 mine for some years was very much esteemed by all who worked under him and they bad a surprise to spring on him. A collec- tion was made in the mine and a very handsome sum was realized. Mr. Coutts being presented with a gold watch and chain and pocket book containing and Mrs. Coutts with a very handsome silver tea and coffee, set as a token of their respect. Mr. Ilargraves was in the chair and Mr. Lewis Moore made the presenta- tion on behalf of No. tl miners. Both gentlemen in their brief speeches voic- ed the great esteem which Mr. Coutta had won from the hearts of the men and wished them every success in in the death of tho pulp, and so will j new Mr' Mrs; have following in tho train of this pain the certainty of infection, which means absorption. There are other cases in which the pulp is not exposed, but, from some form of as a tooth being bitten upon too hard, or being exposed unnaturally to extremes of heat and cold, or being ground down for crowns or irritation will sometimes cause the pulp to die. When tha pulp dies it immediately begins decomposition. This causes tha formation of gas in turn makes very high pres- sure upon the nerve filaments that sup- ply the this pressure is carried back over the main branch of the fifth nerve where it may be relayed to many parts of the body, so that from the reflex pressure at the tip of the root of a tooth you can have pain in almost any part of body. This is in addition to the evils and the pains that result from the actual absorption either of pus or of pus products. An aching tooth is not only uncom- fortable, but it is also very dangerous. I Coutts replied to the speeches and wished to thank all who had contrib- uted to the very handsome presents which would he greutly prized by them and would ever remind thorn of the good times and good friends of Hardieville. This concluded the first part of the program, the remainder of the time he-ing spent in dancing.'which needless to say was greatly enjoyed by all. Re- freshments were served at 11 p.m. aad a very enjoyable evening concluded at 1 a.m. Branch of Provincial Command Created With A. Carnes As President Great war veterans of CoalhurSt have formed an organization Knrlnr the provincial branch of the G.W.V.A., with A. Carnes, as president. Thom- as Longworth, president of the. Leth- brldgo branch and a member of the provincial executive, last night at- tended tha organization meeting at Coalhurst, Twenty-six members have been en- rolled as charter members and this number will grow to fifty or morn in the near future. Today application is being forwarded for a charter. Following are the ollicera elected: President, A. Carnes, First vice-presi- dent, S. .T. Skcith; Secretary, C. Pearson; Treasurer, G. E. Mellon Bxocutivo, J. Crossloy, 11. McCulloch, II. Pellett, Ft. Doran, S. Shymannky. Last night's business uemlon was' followed with an entertainment, songs I ami readings being featured. WILL SOAK SHOP BREAKERS TORONTO, Feb. dis- regard for any mitigating circum- stances in cases of house breaking or shop breaking, and a minimum sentence of five years, is to ha the policy of Magistrate Denison hence- forth, he stated in the police court hero today. indsor Table Cuticura Soap Complexions Are Healthy l''iro Chief Andrew Hart, of Daw- sou, a pioneer Yukon miner, died sud- denly, aged 00. DC co: tun Mjutiief V'ih Itching, Bleni- Ing, or I'rotrud ILLV Dr. Cbue'i Ointment will mtleve you it tnu tieuelM. toe, a bit dealers, or Balei 'A Co., Limited. Toronto. Humple lloi free If Jnu uientttn ttall .nd encloso 2c. atumptgjiayfottMi. __ MAY BE ED HERE Or at Medicine Date Prior to Coming of Weed Special It Is possible that a conference on Southern Alberta's farming prob- lems will be held In either Leth- bridge or Medicine Hat during Feb- ruary, just prior to the visit of the Weed Special to Southern Alberta points. Tho micassr of ono of the local hanks today received a letter from the Hon. Duncan Marshall, minister of agriculture, stayng that H. A Craig, deputy minister had such a fl BUILDMG TONIC To delicate con- I stitution, young or old, I Scott's Emulsion! is novnuhinejnt and tonic that builds up >flf the whole body. confnwM la rated. Stvertl lloin favoring a ruaforonce hid been forwurdod from Southern Alberta 10 tho department, ns it WM felt that wood problems hire very Milted (o the problem of soil drift mil tlin dry ind all problem! Hhuuld be attacked simultaneously. The weed train renchos Medlclar Hat on 21, tn begin the Southern Albertu tour und will be in Lethbrldge on Feb. 26. THREE CET LIFE FOR BANK RORICRY CITY, Mich.. Feb. men entered pleu of guilty to cl.irx- es of murder tad were icnteneed to lift! Imprisonment o.irly this morning. The caso was the outgrowth of the robbery o! a bank hen January 15 in which two prominent cltiieni .nd klllM. trial wu After mldBliht to forestall poulbto vlali'iee, to itrtittf Ini the acctiMd men. Single Phosphate It Real Builder of Strength and Nenre Force, New York Phyeicuui. "Common ag .well ai expert- enoe should teach those who iuffer from nervousness and weakneu that the moat logical thing to do la to put Into their lyatemi tht> lulmtance that it lacking, and that is pure organic phosphate, Dr. Harrlgan. Higlnbothun Co, or fcny good drugglft can lupplr you genuine Bitro-Phosphate at reuooablo AL9O KHIOIDS FSS INDIGESTION Rub Musterole on Forehead and Temples A headache remedy without the dan- gers of "headache medicine." Relieves headache and that miserable feeling from colds or congestion. And it acts at once! Musterole is a clean, white oint- ment, made with oil of mustard. Better than a mustard plaster and does not blister. Used only externally, and in no way can it affectstomach and heart; as some internal medicines do. Excellent for sore throat, bronchitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lum- bago, all pains and aches of the back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds of chest lit often prevents SOME VERY LOW PRICES FOR WEEK-END SHOPPING good Ceylon. Per Ib............. ,50c Santos; ground. Per Ib.......40c Sugar..................10s, 20s, Flour..................49s, 98s, dozen.....................30c Tomatoes, Peas, and tin........20c Fresh Celery, 2 Ibs. for...................25c Strawberry Jam, per 4-lb. Extra Special for Saturday Only 30c 45c 75c 25c Oranges, sweet and juicy per dozen Daily Butter Finest quality Fresh per dozen Soap Flakes per Ib J. A. JOHNSTON PHONE 1314. 426 13TH ST. N. FREE DELIVERY "or Sale Wherever Drinks Are Sold SOFT DRINKS IN ALL VARIETIES-Delicious Straw- berry and Raspberry, the real sparkling Belfast Ginger Ale, Best Ever Iron Brew, Dry Ginger Ale, Sweet as Soda, Tasty Lemon Soda and Lemon Sour. BETTER THAN EVER OKLA-APPLO A FLAVOR for EVERY Taste "Red, White and Blue" Brand. Now for sale every- where in the same size bottle and at the same price as any other, in half pint bottles. Delivered at Your Home, 2 dozen, Net II Lethbridge Breweries Ltd PHONE 554 ;