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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY TT3RAIJH MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7, tWt Peter Tells Spooky the Screech Owl AH About It BY THORNTON W. BURGESS One purpose of your tongue you'll find Is to relieve a troubled mind. Rabbit. Somehow, when you have some- thing on your mind, something you cannot understand, or something that troubles you, or something that you you must believe, yet somehow caiubot bolieve, it is a relicff to jtut tell one else about it. even though he may not able to help, you or to understand any better thah you do. After Rabbit popped out of Johnny Skunk's houae in the fir cor- ner of the Old Orchard ii such a hur- ry, he knew that the wtceat thing for. him to do would be to go home to the dwr Old Briar-patch. But he didn't go. No, sir, he didn't go. He didn't start. Somehow he couldn't leave the far corner of the Old Orchard. Pater's curiosity had bwn quite iified for the time being when he had discovered that Jimmy Skunk, or Mrs. Skunk, or whoever it was down there in- that house, was not such a sound sleeper as Johnny Chuck. His one thoufht had been to out of that ttoiiM aa fast as ever he could, and he bad done just that thing. he two or three good jumps away from the doorstep he bad turned and footed back. No one had followed him. Tfcere wasn't a sign of anybody down thtt long hall. Peter waited and wait- ed, but no one appeared. Once more curiosity took possession of Peter Rabbit. There was a mys- tery in that house of Jimmy Skunk's, It lie hadn't been down in there discovered it for himself he couldn't and wouldn't hare believed it. But he had been down in there and dis- coTftrtd it and he had to believe it. Bill eren though he had to believe it, he couldn't understand it. And some- how lie couldn't leare the far corner of'tha Old Orchard, because he hoped that comething -would happen that would explain that mystery. Late that afternoon, when it was beginning to grow dusk, Peter aat at the doorway to Jimmy Skunk's home, aa if he thought by long enough and Blaring hard enough he might understand ttet myttary. A voice startled bim. you planning to ait there all micht. aaked the voice. It came trtm tbe next tree. 'Peter turned startled eyes that way. There In an opening to a hollow in trunk of the tree aai little Spooky Screech Owl, blinking sleepily, hia fABthera fluffed out until he looked a great deal bigger than be really was. "Wnat are you so interested in Jim- my Skink's houae for? You look aa if Ton never had seen it con- "What are you so interested Jimmy Skunk's house tinued Spooky. "I never seen before anything lik> what I discovered down in that hotiae this replied Peter. "Do you mean to say that you have been down in there to call on Jimmy demanded Spooky, opening hii eyes a little wider. Peter nodded. "And was Jimmy at Inquired Spooky, and his eyes opened still wider. Again Peter nodded. said he. "At least if Jimmy wasn't. Mrs. Skunk was. Perhaps both were there. I didn't wait to find out. Do you know, Spooky, something very strange has happened down in there." "Tou don't exclaimed Spooky, and now his eyes were wide open. said "something hsa happened down in there. If Jimmy Skunk Is alone down there he hai grown to be a giant. If Mrs. Skunk is with him, both have grown to be giants." "I want to know! Tell me about cried Spooky. So Peter told Spooky the Screech Owl all about that big room down in Jimmy Skunk's house and how there wai hardly room in it tor Mm to get his nose in. "Only a. giant or two giants could possibly fill a room like con- cluded Peter. And somehow now that he had told some one about it he felt better. (Copyright 1921, by T. W. Burgess.) The next.story: "Spooky Laugha at Peter." oil lo show whoreln the Whoui Pool could not bo u biMietH to Camulu. Mr. McDowr.ill and Mr. Perkins of the ufllniutivo and negative respect- ively, then followed with soum huuvy artillery. Mr. Strand cleared up a number of points in his rebuttal. Tho judges then retired and the fol- lowing numbers wore rendered: SOUK, S. W. Coombs, "A Son of the Desert Am reading, Miss May White; clarinet solo, Mr. Allen Krlck- son; original song by Mrs. Davis and May white entitled "Our wng, Richard Uoswell. Jr.. "My Old Kentucky R. Ill Bos- well, "The Benefits of a 'Community Club to any Community." The judges then rendered their de- cision in favor of the negative in view fact they clinched more points. However all uf the judgus were in favor of the pool, not against it. Coffee and sandwiches were- then served and the meeting broke up afier uinging the National Anthem. The program for Wednesday, Feb. 16th is as follows: Debate; "Resolved that women suf- frage- is a correct affirma- tive, Mrs. P. McDougall and Miss Bea- trice Jones; negative, M. 0. and Len Nelson. Discussion, led by S. W. Coombs, "Meaning of Demo- cracy." Piano solo. Airs. A. Ostlund. Song. Allen Erickson. Stump speech, Mr. B. A. Perkins. Piano solo, Mrs. Erickson. Monologue, Mr. Kruger. Constable Frewin of Taber was here Saturday morning on official business. Won Coveted T.onor Mr. Walter Rockenback has return- ed from Winnipeg, where he has been te Weclern Retail coBTenttea. CHlwu Limber offered to aM or any o( tfcdr yard men a frM to this convention. provWed, tint they, up to SsiUemtor lit. 1934. collect at least "5 per cent of all outstanding accounts. Mr. Rochenbach Is tho only man In thu throo prairie provinces who oper- ates in u dry farming district who re- ceived this honor and one of three lu Alberta, tho other two were from Irrigated districts. Wretitham is very proud of thta fact that this district ranked so high. Much credit is duo to Mr. Tlockttpbach. Mr. and Mrs. Parr has returned from Mohall. Dakota, where they uave been on a visit. Mrs. Murray of Warner, formerly of llmisfail has been siiomling last week with her sister Iluckeabacb. Mr. and Mrs. A. Nate. Mr. and Mrs. Grovor are hero from ReJcliff, with tho ladies' mother, Mrs. Wm. liearshie. Petitions are being circulated to be presented to the Municipal Council, asking that a road be constructed which will run into town directly from the west. This will be a big saving in travel for all concerned. HOCKEY FAN KILLED TORONTO, Feb. Cur- tain. 35 years of age, who witnessed tlte hockey game here Saturday night htnweeu Canadiens and St. Patrick's from a beam over the bleachers, fell as he was descending at the close of the game and was fatally injured. The Magic of the Teeth Our villain! we endow with forbid- ding faces, crooked bodluu, often with Hi-health, because we kuuw that these things warp disposition and fre- quently Into an impleaiut one. Illfly iuto unplaanant une. Did yeu over 'hear of a beautiful music or a thunderstorm just as lcoth ,Bt0 prolrudlne when he became "Mr. When you and your dearest friend j tho wne book or the samo i your mouth and teeth make up story you will always differ a little seventy-five per cent of your facial in your undwiUudlng of it. expression. Who wants to look like This is because every impression i "Mr. that comes te you is moulded by your own pentoBality. Your personality is ANn VttT like an eoart and import lax; it aCUlLANll INU1 Ifcl touclwt nary act of affects READY TO GO DRY "US butl> comine and EDINBURGH, Jan-. gorav. gcotiann- has definitely decided to re- Is the. sum of all of wot. Voting on prohibi- your eiperiences and of your Ideas lmiel. the Scottish TompsrHucu aad of your memories, plus your Act has been concluded with this re- physical condition. Your appearance suit; Is a large factor in your effect upon I p0ita were jn 573 areas, with other people; it is one of the great; rosnll tnttt voted for no change factors in your effect upon yourself. jn the present rosn-atlons, 41 for aboll- We all lovo magic and the superna- tlon of saloons and 35 for limitation I tural because the everyday humdrum of drink licenses, of solid fact gels upon our nerves. I As a consequence, out of a total in Jairy tales are not for Scotland of licenses, 447 will bo they are for grown-ups. withdrawn, call them "novels" CANADA'S PUILIC WORKS fXPlNDITURI OTTAWA, Feb. expenditure IncurrKI by the denarkatcnt of public during toe- nscil 191D-20 Ini to the annual of the ment available was Of this turn R337.1S7 wai charged to war appropriation. wfcti irof awu llnr, luAwyt ood uUor) by Il. and we always expect the magical powej- of good to overcome tho sorcery of evil. Our heroes and our heroines we al- ways endow with beauty, health, en- orgy or youth, because in our experi- ence these conditions give a desirable personality and contribute to a happy present and a genial old age. Of individual voters, 222 were for no change; for prohibition and for limitation. Milton Stong of Lansing, To- ronto, died from concussion ol tht brain received when his motor cai went over a precipice on Aucastei 1 Mountain. Smoke Your Granddad't favoritt tmokt Len Nelson Heads U.F.A.TTusYear At Wrentham Community Club Debates Wheat For Lumber Dealer- Poisoning Dogs Our Own Correspondent) Feb. meeting of the U. F. A. local here was held in the office of the lumber yard on Fri- day, February 4th, 1921, for the pur- pose of election of officers. The presidential chair contested by L. W. Spackman and L. Nelson, but fell to Mr. Len. Nelson by ballot voting. Mr. Albin Ostlund waa elected vlce-preside.nt and L. W. Spackman secretary-treasurer. Direc- tors: A. P. Pellham, Perry Jones, Mrs. N. L.. Bliason, Alif Erickson, H. Parr, and F. Bond.. The object of the membership drive was explained by Mr. N. L. Eliason, I ought to provide for cases of who with Perry Jones has been can- this kind. Dogs dying on the streets, vassing very successfully the town-1 moaning and kicking in agony from 1-ney expect 100 per cunt mem-j thn poison. We all expect this to be bership before they have finished. j looked into After this Mr. N. L. Eliason read an article from the Agriculture Alber- ta entitled "Why tho D. F. A." This deals with the conditions under which Hy." Look at those in the past. They were a dismal failure. The magazine compares the farmers former organ- izations as a young calf just learning to get around, the calf has now grown to a cow giving milk. The farmer of today is educated. He understands foreign politics and home politics as well, because he has the advantages of best papers and pericdicals, the con- tributors being the best writers of America. To know the farmer is to answer the question, "Will the U. F. A. The second candy-pull for the kid- dies was held in their school room In the lumber yard, Friday, February 4. Games, dancing, lunch, program and candy making were the order of the evening. The ladies of the district were there to help make a good time for the kiddies. Poisoning Dogs There has been a great deal of righteous indignation and protests aroused here the last few days by the The presidential chair was hotly fact that several of the best dogs of T T the been poisoned and died the effects. No one knows who it is that Is doing the mis- chief, but all are agreed that whoever it is should be hunted out and punish- ed severely. If one has a dog, it's because he wants it. If he did not he coulfl pat it out of it's misery much quicker with a shot gun. The humane the farmers have labored since there Tucker Ranch Sold Word has been received that the Tucker ranch has benn sold to a party from tbe Western States by the T. was a farmer. He really holds tho M Iruff Agencies. The name of ame relative position to the purchas- er of his goods as did the old .surf to hie overlord. Then tho question conies why don't the fanners organize? Some bright individual will answer, "The farmers organization is an impossibil- a blend of wheat and malted barley with a particular- ly pleasing taste and nourishing qual- ity that invites you to eat it Again and Again Ready to serve frompackage Sold by grocers everywhere. tllc Purchaser and the price are not available ,at present. v A dance wiia hckl in Mr-' Welches store last. A good time waii by all present. Wc aro a" looking forward to the opening of the now school which will (take place on February 18th, ;i pro- gram Is to be given in the afternoon and dance on the new maple floor In the evening. CommuKy Club Meeting The first regular mealing of the Wrentham community dub held in the cafe hern on Wednesday, Febru- ary 2nd. There was ,1 largo crowd present to hore tho debate, (hat tho wheat pool is a failure." if. la a question every one is vitally tfresterl in, The meeting was opened with Ring- ing of "O Canada." After minutes werft read and approved, Mr. Oscar Strand, leader of the affirmative launched forth his attack on thn com- petitive market system. III! Hhowed wherein it had been and was a fnil- ure from the farmers standpoint. Hearty applause followed bin speech. Mr. S. Coombs leader of the nega- tive then camo on the scene and ap- pealed for the people to cast aside all irejudlco and to look at tho question !rom his point of view. Ho endeavor- Carnation Milk for tkt inftni't is proper Dilution jmrt wuitr. I MlLK for breakfast-ahrvays on time And so and fresh-that its appetizing goodness helps you start the day right Recipe Booklet How Carnation Milk is kept safe and it adds a new richness to all dishes prepared with new, delightful dishes can be prepared with are told in a 32-page booklet "The Story of Carnation book of 100 Test- ed Recipes, free for the ask- ing. AddressourAylmcr office simply take Carnation Milk off your pantry shelf. For your cereals or fruit you use it as it comes from the creamy richness and won- derful freshness gives added delicious- ness. And you'll enjoy the fine, creamy flavor it gives to your cup of teaor coffee. Carnation Milk, you see, serves as both milk and cream. For a beverage you add double the amount makes a pleasing, nourishing drink. For milk of ordinary consistency and for an equal amount of water toCarnation Milk. Jsn't that a welcome have milk always handy in the house for any need? You will like Carnation Milk still more for its wonderful Safety and uniform Quality. From Canada's dairy farms the milk comes to our condenseries. Part of the water is first removed by evaporation. Made In Canada by CARNATION MILK PRODUCTS COMPANY, LIMITED Aylmer, Ontario Nothing, except some of the water, is taken away.-This fresh, rich "whole" milk is now seal- ed in and proof against contamination. Then, it is sterilized for added safety. And nothing is sugar, no preservative, nothing whatso- ever. Carnation Milk "keeps" be- cause it is so its freshness is sealed in, and be- cause it is sterilized. Buy this convenient, safe milk from your grocer. Buy a week's a ahead. Ask for it by the tall" 16-oz. size, or by the case of 48 cans. Use Carnation Milkfor Gereali Tea Coffee Puddings Cream Saucet Fudge Custards Gravies every milJt use Crnation C'ow.s" ;