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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE EIGHT THE LETHRfcllHJK DAILf HERALD WEDNESDAY. FEBHL'ARY II. BURSTS BEDTlhi STORIES udmlttiMl thai It eoulil thut In lutf Ills rojiorl.s U mltflU posBible to tho iliUon, Inn WIIM not likely. I'minsel nlnulm-il from blm Iho rUllU'liliMit Ihul hr luiil ft slight rrcDllcollon (if sfrliwurlx mid Mrs. ul Couiis mi Suliinhiy, AJIBUSI I'tfnl. I A Cattle Deal I Nelson, a fnniu'L- who from Milk llivi-r, wunt Into tlie hox lo KWC ovftJ CITY AND DISTRICT Army Navy Vtterani Allocation Tho roBMlar im-etlnn will he held In Moose Mull. lllRlnboihuiii block, OH Thursiluy. JOlh, ut X p.m. Kxwutivo romniUtpp to incut ui 7.30 j p.m. J FINE DRAMATIC ATTRACTIONS I AT MAJESTIC FRI. AND SAT. SPOOKY LAUGHS AT PETER BY THORNTON W. BUSGESS When people Inn 'Twill sootlio all Q _ u is ;i funny thing how people npL hoar to be laughed ai. U in u; food LhliiK to maktt poouta langii. The1' Groat "World would bo ever R> nmcli lie-Uor ir there vrero more ImiEl.tor In it. But thoro is nl! the rtiffiTC-na1 In the world r-lutlJier people laush with yon or at yon. To be laughed with is ii pleasure1, but'to be laughed ;i! very npt to hurt, and hurt will a long limp. Pcucr Kahblt hns the Idea. Whsn pooplo at yon Just laugh. toor and luugh hnr der than they do. Then they will be L laughing v.ilh you instead of at you.'' and the first thins 7011 know the smart! will haro disappeared, i Wlien Peter had finished his siorj or how he hatl discovered Jimmy and Mrs. Skunk must have grown to ha slants while they were asleep.' bo- cause that bis bedroom down iu their house Tras completely filled by them tod only could nil ii.j glG ]omj Pnough he asked a Spcoky the bcrecch Owl began to' laugh. He laughed and ho laughed and he laughed. Ho laughed so thai he shook all over. He laugher! until tears slithered in his Peter wan cross "Whol are you laughing he demanded. "At you, Peter. At you." replied ry. and laughed harder than ever "Did ii look c-iihor Jimmy or asked Fpooky. at j Tluee-Yt'r.'-Gld Myslei-y Unniv i oiling With Arrest of Kit-hard Knochel PHOV1NCIAL POUCK PLACE FOUR CHARGES EDMONTON, Feb. has just been received from Grande Prairie from Chief Detective Nich- olson, of the provincial police, that Richard Knochel, a farmer of that .district had been arrested charged with tiie morder of four men, 10 mrles from Grande Prairie in June, 1918. For almost three years the quad- ruple murder has remained un- solved, together with two more murders a short distance away on the same day. Accused man mar- ried the widow of one of the mur- dered men shortly after the trag- edy- He was arrested early this morning at his shack about one mile from the scene of the mur- ders. Mission Service t____________In the mutter of! IllUstun sor' HP depodcfl that M-. luul sold 8 lor, bt yours, r us general assistant lo Mr. Ho will huvo churpo of tho' ilr. William Cnihnm, who has! tl tiie position for several' rctlrhip. Mo will tako an I ,p, i I.-LII i m Liiiio an "iv" IUL (-ailll> extunded holiday. tnivelliiiK in U C :.ver, to UB shipped by SehwarU to whore ho will onsuEO in Calgary next day for salo. biisjnoss. went on to gay that he left Schwartz's .______ __ I plauo on Monday mornins. Aug. 25th, Account Book after sleeping ami bavins breakfast! Tho rural service donarlmenl ot llic there. On rolurnniB Homo ho Merdiants Hank of Cmiad-i have 1 an o anaa have vory (llssiiusflccl with what luul trans- suod ;l fresh supply of tho LMrmore' pirecl as to the sale, so leit bis homo Account Book. It was Iu creat de- lai four'In the raornlng to get to Milk Hiver before the cattle were shipped.. j Ho arrived there and got a cheque, from Schwartz for ihe sum of but as the cattle were to be snipped i at 10 o'clock and the Bank of Com- wl great e' manrt by rarniore, as It la a most use- ful .book. This farm record book en- ables the farmer to keep a complete account of all financial transactions on the farm, tbo receipts .and eipen- mtures for the several Tiranches of u mwnt tut uiii.iv ui uuui- in. LUI uiu several iTancl'os oi ...rco was not open, he went to work for horses, cattle, sheep swine manager's private vesiik-nco with the i poultry, field crops, etc It provides v. _ "What is there any fcnuicr than usual about demanded Peter. Bur. Spooky was Inughlng so hard quesi "Tell me honestly. Peter, do you really believe that Jimmy anil ykuuk are any bigger than they WIMX' when they went in there to he inquired. "I-know they declared Peter positively. "It is all very well for you to sit there and laugh, but you haven't j been down in that house and I cheque. This ho was nol able to cash, but, as he stated, TC.IE told by the. banker that he would protect him, and alus am buildings and livestock, feed supplies and machinery, together with a sum- The Maude Henderson Company who will Ull uu MiKmttnient at the Muk'Htlo Thi'itre on Krltluy anil urduy this urc a iiKKi'i'Katlou of dramatic playoro, mill will be seen iu (wo of their bust known Huecessus luiro. On Friday night Our Saw AlinLuor" a clover throo-uc-t comedy will bo presonlod, and oil Saturday nlKht "SnliK Ilaruor" a four-act drama hu offered. Keservcd seats are now seP.'iiip at AruiKtrong and "OPEN VOUR EYES" AT COLONIAL TONIGHT "When llie producer of "Open Your I'jyes" selected me for the role or Mrs. Walton. I felt highly complimented. In my opinion, she Is a noble typo of American motherhood, olio whose face bespeaks her character. Then too, it. was necessary to bear some slight re- semblance between the mother and child, so f felt flattered, perhaps. In being picked as having nuy possible resemblance to MisB Taire Binney, whose pure aud wnolesome. beauty suits the character of Kitty Walton so perfectly. I recall tho sensation ii (rave me to sit with her on the divan and supposedly enlighten her to the sacredness of maternity; the beauty or a pure mind in a pure body, and the- dangers of ignorance rather thnn in- nocence. This scene required more than imagination to be properly de- picted, but looking into the fresh young face of Miss Binney gave me the ciact expression of face and thought that was so necessary. "The plcturo huv u jpwul I youiiK folks, hut what u IKHHOII It rlny to thoue mothurs whutio falvtt usly nuvttr permitted thu mniuloin vomiuonpliiL'L- facts in their hou.'iL- "Hut what of timer so-culleil olil-fesli- ioned rnolhors who today tho inn est of nilml and nf ami jut veru never told vl Iheso thliigu'.'" we asked "Wo milrtt udviuH'fi wild tbo woi-lu." she suld. girl or today at IS i.i !i: many rospocU as OKI us the girl of IT. was in our Ki'andmothers' day. Thr.n i again there were no cabarets, no joy vides, and no roadhouses in days, whore youth had the fling ;is tu day. The today are gnmtor, therefore we must lie better pnipared to meet thorn. "The dangers put forth iii this pic- ture caunot full to warn every v'T the disastrous consequences of evil and tho. way in which these conse- quences often fall upon the most In- nocent persons. And I hope the younjr mothers who have little daughters growing uu. will not fall to remembei- its message when later on their daugh- ters reach the proper age. Parent.- should he the first in combatting evil by talking -whin their sons uud daush- ters. .You will find that the father iinure often looks out for the unfortunately tho mother, prejudiced against disturbing the sweetness of a pure mind, hesitates and leaves the task to someone "If this picture and its story irilli Incidents so true to life suc- ceed In ewaying only half a dozen, mothers then it has achieved some- I thing flue." he left the cheque with him. It was I niary of the year's business. Instrne pointed out to the witness that the lions for keeping tIA accounts are clearly set forth. Additional valuable' ALL WEEK; __. _______ _____ That he couldn't say a word, an.l tf-elins angry Peter began to feel huvt. j Gpooky saw this, and when he could That room down there is so big that cheque was dated August 3rd, to which j ho said that he had not noticed the 1 date at tho time. Witness went on to tell the court of hip accompanying the cattle to Cal- sary. He met Guerin at the Lethhrldge yards. He had seen him previously features arc a yearlv crop yield ic- cord, a livestock service record and aid In taking inventoriaB. Any farm- er wishing to obtain a copy "of this valuable book should either calf or send a postcard to the manager of the when he w.-s met by Schwartz and Merchants Bank. Lethbridge" It Is not Guerin when he was driving In the cattle from his place Into Milk River. jlle also saw Schwartz in Lethbridge, and later met the two in Calgary, 1 where the cattle were soW. Witness necessary that he be the bank to obtain one a customer of CHAMBERLAINS Best For Croup Thda disease Is so dangerous and so rapid In Its development, ihnt HTery mother of young children should be prepared for it. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, if ptven as soon a3 the child he- oomea hoarse, or eren after ihe rough cough appears. Trill usually ward off the attack. Keep it by Cough Item- fitly is a real friend in need. 35c. and 65c. COUGH REMEDY ASPIRIN Once more Spooky laughed and Gueriu case, which is keeping the' August 3rd on the cheque given Nel- laughed and laughed. Peter turned his j Supreme Court busy to the exclusion, son by Schwartz, asked him whether "r of all other cases, of which there is a j it was not Intended to be September big docket. In the way the case is 3rd, the day the defence held the going on it looks as if the end of the cheque was He asaiu pointed week will not see It through. out to witness that .Monday. Scptem- back to him and sulldiy stared at the doorway of Jimmy Skunk's house. He didn't like being laughed at. get a good look at either Jimmy or Mrs. asked Spooky when he could stop laughing long enough. replied Peler shortly. "It was too dark down'there to I couldn't' purported to he signed according said he had not a, very good recollee even be sure both were there. But 'o the defence at Sweet Grass, In re- tion of Ihe dates. didn't need to see. I tell yon that big'sPect to the sura of J1C.OOO which is! room was so full f could hardly get in dispute, while the plaintiff, swears i RESENT USE OF THE my nose inside the door." ..I August 35th is the important 1st, on which day tbe cattle train in the trial, in that this is the date on pulled out of Milk Hiver as witness which tho receipt and the mortgages said, and stopped in Lethbridge, wi given by Schwartz, his wife, am! sou. Labor Day and a holiday. Witne "I dou't suppose it has entered your funny head thiit Jimmy and Mrs. Skunk might hava company 'down said Spooky. "Isn't it more reasonable to suppose that they have that the date and the place are false. To establish the matter of the date. in respect to its not being August 25th, Constable Streatfleld of the .V P- stationed at the time in Coutts, called by the plaintiff in regard company than that they have grown to [ho allged visit of Schwartz there j to he This was u ne-y Idea to Peter. wondered that he hadn't thought of it before. on August 23rd and to his presence at He Milk River on Monday, August 25th. The witness was taken back to a trial which took nlnce- In rnuttton August Armaml I.aversiie's designation of the WORD "MONGRELS" BRENTFORD, Feb. a protest against the term "mongrels of the British Isles" as applied to English immigrants the Army and Navy Vet- erans' association of this city has authorized its socretary to memorial- government. Tho in protestation 01! CANADIAN AVIATOR KILLED QUEBEC. Feb. Vezina aviator, was killed, according to uii- conflrmed reports reaching hero when his machine fell near Ste Anno de Chlcoutlml, yesterday. Lieut. Vezina n-aa a member of tho air fire patrol employed in watching timber limits led Poter to belieVe that Spooky knew jlle to piy the nf the court. s'iinethliiK about that mystery down In j Tlie derision was by the magis- -limmy Sltnnk'3 lionsb. Spooky was lril'B on August 23rd. Stroatliflelli. on Tuesday aftm-noon. saiil that he was present at Coutts at ihe court when the. decision given but that Warning! It's criminal iu take a chance on auy substitute fur genuine 'Bayer Tablet! ot prescribed by physicians for twenty-one years and proved ufa by millions. L'iilesa yon len the name "Bayer" on package or on tablets yon are not Bejtiius Aspirin nt oU. In every Bayer package 'are directions for Colds, Hoailiiche. N'eu- ralgU, Rheumatism, Earache. Tooth- ache, Lumbago aud lor Pain. Handy ______ tin boies at twelve tablets cost few' CARGO, X. D. Feb -i Bur-lars csnU. Dmjgiats sell largei. patx-i early today tunneled their way through ages. MJUS In Canada. Aspirin the trmJs roartt (registered In Canadii ot Mononcellc-jwiih tho conluil.s of fifty nei.osit of Sahrylicacjd.--AdvertiSe-! The value of their loot ha' meqt- I i.ot been determined. again. It suddenly struck Paler-how foolish it was to think-that any one could grow to be a giant In so i short a time, lie began to laugh, too. I Schwartz was not there. On Wed- And then he felt better. The smart of! neadny morning, whtn the case was being laugherl at. vanished. I resumed, he said he had ihought: "Yon know all about that mysterr. the matter out and found that he had- I know yon do, Spooky. Elplain made a mistake when lie naid that I commanded Peter. he was at the court on -Migusi. (Copyright, 1921, by T. W. 1919. as he left In the morning on his The nen awry: "Snooky ElplaiDs round. He deposed that'on Mondav Things." Smoke the 25ih he was at Mlik River for the purpose of getting v. cheque from TUNNEL THROUGH BANK Schwarrz for the amount of the WALL; ROB SAFETY BOXES j of Mio action. This, was lielWDon in land in tlie He j-cuv Sold wheriosr good tobacco -Heroine of "Silk Hosiery" has trying- time when she tries to balk scheme of diamond robbers. .Scltwarln. and was ha-nded a -chetinc by his son au hour after. Tin nd (cnile lurubJM, bentith moimin Men bmm, tin tf. ilouly uttaini ia growth ind fiilliun llut delectable individuility due miJcM thii Blend a npcun of jof to the true lovvr. CHACC MMlml, Qm EMPRESS THEATRE1 WHERE YOU LIKE TO GO TODAY FOR THE LAST GREY'S GREAT NOVEL "RIDERS OF THE DAWN" Coming Thura. and Fri. MARY PICKFORD IN "POLLYANNA" Coming Saturday ENID BENNETT AND CHARLIE CHAPLIN COLONIAL-TODAY and THURSDAY POSITIVELY THESE TWO DAYS ONLY THE OECADE'S MOST IMPORTANT PICTURE ft Fl QMINIG DRAMATIC THUNDERMIT LOVEBK MOTHERS, BRING YOUR DAUGHTERS FATHERS, BRING YOUR SONS Silence is NOT Golden-it is CRIMINAL! MAJESTIC-FRUSAT.THISWEEK SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT Maude Henderson Co, FRIDAY NIGHT THE THREE-ACT BURAL COMEDY DRAMA "OUR NEW MINISTER" By Denman Thompson. A greater play than "Tho Old SATURDAY NIGHT THE DRAMATIC TREAT "SNUG A COMPANION PLAY TO "SHORE ACRES" i Excellent Company Complete Scenic Production PEOPLE'S POPULAR PRICES. Entire Orchestra Floor, J1.00; Balcony. 75c and Seats on lale at Armstrong and Riv.orth'i NOW. ;