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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN LKTHBRIDGB DAILY HBTtAlJ SATURDAY, FEBRUARY PETER GETS A SHOCK BY THORNTON W. BURGESS Just as ha had stolen down tup long fuill of Johnny Chuck's house on the edge ot Farmer Brown's cornfield down on the Green Meadows, so Peter Eabbit stole down the hall of the houso uudcr tho old apple tree in the far corner of tho Old Orchard. He would take a stop, then stop to listen He would take another stept then stop to listen. Peter had felt very uncertain Johnny Chuck's house, because he know lie had no right in there if John- ny still lived there. He felt even more uncertain in this house. You see, it had been Jimmy Skunk's house, and it might still be his house. That was what Peter was in there to find out. If Jimmy still lived there and was at home and awake he might resent caller, and when Peter thought of .what might happen he was tempted to turn back. But Peter's curiosity was too much for him, and ho kept on very, very slowly, very, very quietly. Just ns in Johnny Chuck's house, the further in he got the warmer it became. Peter had been in this house before. He had heen in it before ever Jimmy Skunk had taken possession of it. So the long hall was familiar to him. There was no change in that. It was Just as he icmembered it. But when at last he reached the end of the long hall he found a decided change. Instead of the snug bedroom Johnny Chuck had had when ho lived there, Peter came to a very much larger room. It was quite clear that Skunk had "wanted more room she moved into this house. Per- haps you remember that she moved an before Jimmy did. Then Peter re- membered the big family Mrs. Skunk tbad had, seven children, and he under- stood the need of that big room. So far there had been nothing to suggest that any one was at home. But neither .had. there been in Jofanitjr Chuck's feou9evPeter hesitated before' poking his head into that big But curiosity had driven him aoVfay and curiosity- wouldn't let him back ofct now. Very carefully, holding-his breath, and with his heart beating fast: .with eicitement, he' poked his head in. There was a good bed there, juit ae there had been in John- ny Chuck's house, a very good bed. It was made of grass and leaves. There was Mme one in that bed. For an instant Peter wondered whether it was Jimmy or Mrs. Skunk. And then Peter got a Yes, sir, he got a shock. That big room was simply filled with a great maas of black and white fur! It that was Just Jimmy, then Jimmy had grown to be a giant! Even if Jimmy and Hn. Skunk were togeth- or had grown to be giants! They completely filled that room, big as it was. Hs had :just time to dlicover this the.t great maia of black and white fur stirred just a lltfle and Peter got another shock. It was evident, vary evident, that Jimmy Skunk was- n't aa sound a.sleeper aa Johnny He'll often pay with sudden fright Who enters where ho has no right. Kabbit. GIRLS! GIRLS! Clear te Skin Make these fragrant super creamy emollients your everyday toilet prepara- tions, and have a clear sweet healthy skin and complexion, good hair and soft white hands, with little, trouble and trifling expense. Absolutely noth ing better, purer, sweeter it any price, mrCo6an ToOet Cttfcm Otatmnl to Talcn to That big room was simply rilled with a great mass of black and white ftm Chuck. He heard a faint, sleepy-sound- ing growl. He didn't wait for anything more. He started back up that long hall as fast as his legs conld take him, ami lie didn't stop on the way. He wanted to get outside more, much more, than he had wanted to find ont what was inside. For the time being his curiosity was satisfied. So it was with a feeling of relief that Peier popped out of that doorway between the roots of the old apple tree m the far corner of the Old Orchard. He took two or three long jumps, then .urned to look Ijaclc. (Copyright, 1921, by T. W. Burgees') The next story: "Peter Tells Spooky :he Screech Owl AH About It." Gossip From the "Y" CALIFORNIA FARMERS HAVE FINE MARKETING ORGANIZATIONS OF OWN Mr.' WHbiKMcKenzie, who with his tajftjry -Jiasjwien spending the winter and Los Angeles in a ietter to a-Jriend makes some interest- ng referentes to tho effectiveness of farm-orsanliations. "Down he says the tanners have some good or- janizatic-EiB along., the same lines as Products. The hay growers are all organized. The price of hay :hreatened to drop In December, but :he company held on and with the growers' support got the price they asked, which was J28.00 for No. 1 al- falfa, decreasing to for No. 3." Tho speaker for the If'Si' Miwtinf licit Sunday will A. O. Virtue, who is always an Interesting npeaku. Those nicotines are growing more pop- ular and there is a possibility that the musical end of tho program will soon bo utrengthentiil by an oreMttrfc Any who would bu willing to help out along this lint are asked to get in touch with tho secret- ary. Tho Gym. Classes continue to grow in site, particularly the Business Mens' Class. Most of the business men becoming basketball enthus- iasts and thoro Is talk of forming a basketball for the 5.15 class. The basketball team we training hard under Georje McKillop and mean to cinch tho league- again this year. They mectjlaymomi Friday night and expect to como back with their scalps. The game to have been held with Cardston was postponed on ac- court of the big hockey game. bojine champions con- tinue to roll" in to the Doling class un- der Mr. Kirby and they aro working out hard for tho big time. Wrestling is once again being talk- ed about quite a lot and two good men in the persons of Mr. Pattio and Mr. Ellison aro starting a class on Mondays and Fridays at S p.m. Any mcn interested should call in at the "V" on these evenings or inquire of the secretaries. 'The Sunday School Basketball League came to a sudden finish when the L. D. S. team knocked tho stuffing out Wesley by a score -11 to 10 points. Bowling is coming into its own again at the "Y" now and there are I sis teams entered in the league for the "Foot Toggery Shield" and Wright Cup. The High School are out to win this league and after a close fight won tho first game with the- Boarding Club on points. The teams entered are The High School, Boarding Club, Y. M. C. A., I. H. C., Telephones and Coco-Cola: AH the officers of the Community Council to handle the Canadian Stand- dard Efficiency Tests Training for boys in this district were duly elected last Saturday evening and installed tho following Tuesday after having been banquetted by the Boys' Life Council. There were only 12 boys in the Tuiis work and 15 in the Trail Ran- gers when tho season opened. There are now 107 in the former and 81 in tho latter. COUNT SOLD RUSSIA FOR YEN GENEVA, Feb. sensational In- :emational case involving Count Igor De TUinskL a frieud of the former emperor of Russia and the sum of sixty million yen is to be tried short- ly in Berne. The count was arrestol iu Berne for fraud at the stance of a London syndicate. The count is declared to have toH bow he negotiated with the Japanese ;cvernnjent and how during tha Rus- so-Japanese war ke.mrceeeded in the destruction of 'the 'battleship Petrqi by changing the mite chart! aboard the battleship', He is alleged to have ..-.Md he re- ceived for this a reward of siity mi'. :ion yen with a promise of a similar sum in ten years Japan was not at war. STRIKE FOLLOWS WAGE CUT ST. JOHN, N. B., Feb. a ten per cent, cut in wages the em- i ployees of the Fowler and Campbell, .and spring manufactur- ers, went' on strike yesterday and the plant is closed. SALVAGE NORTHERN OATS EDMONTON, Feb. to salvage as much as possible of the damaged oats in the Peace River country and make it possible to die pose of this grain with some prospect of compensation to the farmers, an arrangement hag been arrived at be- tween the provincial government and the officials of the Canadian Pacific Railway providing for the shipment of this grain over the pystem to a drying plant at Edmonton, with a re- hate of fifty per cent, on the regular freight charges. There are new tduaros new being formed at CoaJhurit and WMU Asa. near Keep it up you tcttewi aail district will eoon be regs- lar beehive. The latest bulletin from Toronto shorn a that there are over boys now in C. a. E. T. work. The speaker next Thursday at tho noon luncheon at the "Y" for High School boys will be Dr. Stewart. All oldor boys whether members of the High School or not are eligible to take in There will be a big Bean Feed on Friday neit for the Juniors, IS to 14, to talk indoor baseball and to m.-.ka preparations for the proposed monster circus. Any boys who re- scmblo camels, elephants, monkeys, or any wild animal are asked to see Mr. Petley and sign up for the big circus. You ought to see those North Side fellows sticking out their chests Just because they won the Big Pennant at tho Tuxta Conclave this month. The Honorable V. S. Srinlvassa Sastri, in speaking of tho "Y" in In- dia, made tbo secretaries out thero feel that the work has been well worth while, even though at times everything seems to go backward, and nothing seems to have been accom plished. "You liave done me the honor to ask ma to state what I think of the work of the Y. M. C. A. in he said "It is beyond praise. I do not pre- tend to know all about it, and I have never come into close connection with it. What i have seen of it, however fills me with admiration and gratitude The Association neglects no promis ing field of servico and, so far as J can judge, even its distinctly Christ ian activities are singularly free from all traces of narrowness or dogmatism. The character of the foreign clement in tho personnel Is fortunately such as to ensure a considerable measure of broadminded sympathy with the new political movements in India ant a readiness to fall into those relations of easy social intercourse with In. dians which are essential to real com- radeship in all work. The magnitude and manysidedness of the operations of tho Association are a wqnder to me, and I have sometimes felt the organizations in India would gain In persistence and boldness of conception by a study of the aims methods and ideals of the greal movement known throughout the world by the letters Y.M.C.A." TORONTO TO ISSUE BONDS FOR RAILWAY; SELL IN CANADA ONTARIO'S DEFICIT MAY BE TORONTO, Feb. Commissioner Rosa stated to- day that he had definitely de- elded to issue bonds for the purchase of the Toronto Rail- way company in Canada, and not to place them on the mar- ket in the United States. Canada's Theatre- Goers To Aid Haig Fund MONTREAL. Feb. Morgan Powell, dramatic critic, writing in the Montreal Daily Star, urges that Can- ada have a warriors' day-of its own like the one which on March'31 will- be observed throughout the. reunited Kingdom, where, in of entertainment a mutinse perttrjnancr, will be given- In aid of Lord' Haig's fund for the assistance of all ex-ser- vice men in dtitress. "If they can' do it in England we can do it he writes. "It" would be a very easy thing to raise, a'.mil- lion dollars In Canada on warriors' day without anybody glviiig a cent more than the price for their :-own ticket to the special matinee." TORONTO, Feb. Is estimated that a deficit in the past fiscal year amounting to approximately two mil lion dollars will no reported by thi (Hon. Peter Smith, provincial I of Ontario when he presents his bnd get to the legislature. At the present time It Is hard to estimate how much the province wil be called upon to contribute as its share of the cost of alleviating dis tress due to unemployment. One min ister estimated that costs will be while another calculates hall that amount. BURGLAR TRIED TO SWIM RIVER MONTREAL, Feb. an at- tempt to escape from the police by swimming the St. Lawrence river op- posite Dorval yesterday afternoon, Thos. Ryan, 36, of Fort William and John Clarke, 18, of Vancouver were rescued after a. few minutes In the water and were placed under arrest on a charge of burglary. SECOND DEATH OF BABY FROM SCALDS IN M. J. MOOSE JAW, Feb. 19 months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Bell, died this morning as the result of severe scalds she received when she spilled the boiling contents of u coffee pot over herself. This is the second death of an infant from scalds in the past week. MEAT PRICES DROP IN UNITED STATES CHICAGO, Feb. pric- es of meats In the large consuming centres of the United States have dropped 15 to 40 per cent, since lasl September and retail prices have de- clined from 11 to 40 per cent., ac- cording to statements issued by the Institute of the American Meat Pack ers and United Master Butchers of America. STILLS AND SELLING LIQUOR COST HEAVILY MOOSE JAW, Feb. Lardner was fined" and ordered to pay the costs of the court, or In default to serve 60 days In Reglna Jail, by Magistrate Lemon In the police court today, when he was found guilty on a charge of hav- ing a "still" in his possession and us- ing it contrary to the Inland Revenue Law. The- still was seized yesterday afternoon by the city police at Lard ner's home in the city. Another case this morning wag that 'of Luther Thomsett, who was fined ?200 and in default 60 days in Regina jail when found guilty of selling liij. uor contrary to the Saskatchewan Temperance Act. Reginald -McKennn, former linam-ial secretary of the British treasury, wliu criticizes 'as "Impracticable" the ROV- ornment's proposed deflation i and restriction of credit. policy GROCERS TAKING LESS PROFIT ON MANY LINES Red Rose Tea People Make a Further Statement, Some of our friends among the grocers, in speaking ot our letter to the press on grocers' profits, have I indicated that apparently it has been i construed by some readers to mean i lhat Hed Rose Toa was the only ar- i tide on which the grocer takes a smaller profit, in order to give his customers a. higher quality. It was not our intention to convey liurh an impression, as we know that most grocers sell well known brands of other goods at less profit than they could make on some brands equally well known, and for the same reason that they recommended Hcd Hose Tea, simply to give their customers the hest pnnsiblo value. In nur letter wo mentioned Hed Rnsn Tea because it naturally came first, to our mind and because we knew that grocers were selling it at a less profit than they make other II. Ksttbrooks Co., Limited, Calgary, HEAVY FOG IN N. Y. NEW YORK, Feb. York and its environs today were swept by a dense fog that rendered street traf- fic difficult, brought harbor opera- tions to a virtual standstill and caus- ed scores of ships in the outer harbor to drop anchor and wait for the sun to peep through. honored by the staff of the paper on LENINE TO STAMP OUTHETS LONDON, Feb. measures to tUmp ont ,antl-aorlet activities In Russia and in mirroiutlug territories hats been taken by the Bolshevik government In Moscow, says the Lou- don Times. The newspaper publishes a tranalation of the decree laeucd by Lenine, Bolshevik premier, on Decem- ber 1, appointing M. Dlerjlnsky, head of the all-Russian extraordinary com-1 mission and delegating to him the task ot "eradicating foreign centers of connter-revoluttoos amf preventing military enterprise against soviet Russia." M. DierJinskT accordingly, Issued secret instructions on December 5, tho Times declares, by which his agonts were ordered to "crash all conspiracies and revolts engineered by foreign agents." He recomniended also that hostages bo taken among relatives Russia of all members'-of white guard organizations and also decreed that; traitors to tho soviet cause should bo ruthlessly destroyed. Terroristic acts j against members ot entente military i missions were also planned, the news- paper asserts. Lenine's decree stated that foreign orcuUatlona near fron- tiers of Russia nflouM Influenced with a view to utlllilng than for furtherance of soviet Interests, and the creation of (Ictltloui white guaru orgauliatlons was suggested la order that they might tlisclojo Iho activities ot foreign Russia. NOTED CANADIAN RUfiBY PLAVEH DIES. MONTREAL, pah. ly, celebrated Rugby player, and all around athlete, noldlcr of dlitmcUon and 11 man of wide popularity, died hero today. He hod batm In the hos- pital for some time and twica doc tors had retorted to transfusion of blood supplied by his brother, who was at the treat with bla. Great indulgence In followed by a. too sudden change to a aftdentAry lifo are given the ot his collapse. FOR BLOOD TRANSFUSION LONDON, Ont., Feb. stud- ents at the Western University med- ical school offered today to submit to a transfusion of their blood to that of u patient at tho Victoria Hospital. Tho patient is without friends or re- latives and is suffering from unaemiu. His physicians stated the circum- stances before a class of medical stud- ents at tho university today and ap- pealed to any who might desire to help to announce their intentions. Ten immediately responded and their blood tests, arc being taken today. FINCD FOR WtOINA, thalr poMMslon AatOM ami Emily Jllley, nr t. were fined each with to city police court today. MJ.. no- tions from a eHy pot- raid IB the emit end of the elty. CHILD'S HAIR You cannot pay too much attention to your child's hair, very time when caro necessary. Hub the KiUp mice day with Delmayi French Hair Tonic, it will itreifthen the hair, and make it grow. Price iu Canada, 11.00 a bottle. Hold In Lethbridge by Sydney Jackson, Pre- scription Specialist. Phone from Alexandra "Oh, Mother, WHY didn't you tall Weuld you rather have YOUR davghter cay that or will you lit sw "OPEN YOUR EYE8T" It k far Important to consult the doctor of your future lon-ln-law than to loek up the young man's rating In Bradttrett'sl It', up to you to "OPEN YOUR EYE8." The Reproducer Which Contriltttes So Much To The Rare Beauty of McLagan Tone Reproduction McLagan Hebbv Scprodbrxr enfirely I in every way. Instead af haying but one centra] sound hole, it W six, located en the atdsidt edge of the back Loud, shrill sound waves are generated in the centre ot Ac diaphragm. The toft, low waves are generated on the outside edge of the diaphragm. The latter pass at once through the sound holes, while the loud tonal waves have to travel oat from the centre to pass into the Tone Arm. Trie lov tonal vnvea are not drowned out by the loud. It mellowing ihe loud Clear detail. No sound contuaion. Perfect reproduction. There are no screws in the McLagan Reproducer to work loose and came airy irritating Haat or jarring This reproducer or sound box all types of record with a perfection that to those who have a higblg cokhrated ear for muaic. See and hear a McLagan, Compare it with other instruments Mars you t-jrj. We want you to be the judge. THE McLAGAN PHONOGRAPH CORPORATION LIMITED STRATFORD ONTARIO WILLIS I Ml A _ HULL BLOCK, DISTRIBUTORS FOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA. ;