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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEW .THE LETHRRTDGK DAILY HERALD FRIDAY. It, SPOOKY GOSSIPS SOME MORE BY THORNTON W. BURGESS Loam to live urn! live to loam; Useful knowledjo ncvor spurn. o. "It id ImrJ to said IViterj Rabbit lo Spooky tho Screech Owl. i "that those seven grown children ofj Jimmy and Mrs. Skunk aro still living j at home with them. What is (he mat- ter wHh them? Can't they take care of "Nothing is the mutter with replied Spooky. "They nro as fine a Jot of young skunks as over I have, seen. I suspect that the members Jimmy's family are so fond ot one an- other that they'cannot bear to separ- ate, until they have to. But the time is near Then they will. Early in the erring they'll go looking for homes of tholr own. They must keep each other nice and warm down there sleeping together that way.'1 "I should say exclaimed "I don't very well see how they possibly be cold. I was down in Johnny Chuck's house and ho was al! in one bedroom ami Polly Chuck was all alone in another. They w-ere so still and cold I couldn't be euro whether they were just asleep or deed. I couldn't wake them up. But THIS IS PURE JAM The pure fruit and white cane sugar that makes Quaker Brand Jam really a standard recipe. We cook In family size batches that- help bring out the fliror of tree or vine ripened fruit to its fullest degree. TRY QUAKER BRAND JAM DOMINION CANNERS B.C.LTD. HEAD OFFICE VANCOUVER, B. C. "That reminds me. where is his asked Peter. 1 didn't know .my mombpr of tlin inmiso family sh'pt M winter. Now you im'ntlon him. 1 nm romtudetl that I buvon't sci-'H NimbleliMla pinco tho j middle of last autumn." "Of courso you haven't. And you aro! not likely to st-o liiin until warmer replied Spooky. "Nimble- j lie-els is ,lhi' only member of the! monso family I know who iloos sleep I through the cold wputher, nnd't flat- UT niysult I know considerable about tho mouse I'.imily.'' Spooky snappiMl his bill in a way that woulil luna how ruther unpleasant for any mouse to hear. OHRW to if anyone ro- TOnOXTO. Fob. 11 the annual plied Peter. "You limit for mli'O nieetinst of the Canadian: Shlro Horse enough to liavo learned something j Association, yesterday T Mordon about them. Are you that Mini- of Oakville, Out., was elected hleheels sleeps risht through from W. E. Gardliouse. Western. Ont., fall to sprins as Johnny Chuck iloes." vice-president and O. Green. Tor- "Woll. I won't say replied i OIlto. secretary-treasurer. J. W. For- Spooky. "1 havo an idea that ;t few I slpri Jiateby, Alia and Thomas Raw warm days in the middle, or winter j unsoUl innl'sfail, were elected cliree- might brinir him out. 1 nearly euugnt i him once whim wo had had n lous jlr. i.-0rster outlined shire breeding Demand For Draff Horses Again Increasing After Recent Slump warm spell. T suspect he wakes up and eats ;i little when the weather Isn't too cold, for I ho stored away a. ]ot of seeds in the lato Kiim- mer and early fall. Of course, he may have Ij-oon putting them away for use when ha wakes up in ihe spring and .food is scarce. I don't know about that because I never have seen him inside his home." "That reminds where is his asked Peter. .Spooky shook his head. Don't ask said he. "If I knew I ould watch it pretty closely in warm wea-ther. All I know is that it la down iu the ground somewhere. I presume _ it is deep enough down to keep Jack those Skunks there were not MnT To' death and so cheat mt> out ot" a din- ner." "That's a horrid declared Peter. "Isn't replied Spooky. "I should hate to lose a good dinner liko that." "I didn't mean that at all, and you know snapped Peter. "1 nieani that it is horrid ot you to think of Xinbleheels only as a possible din- ner." "That depends on linw you look at replied Spooky. "To me it Isn't a horrid thought at all. Not at all." like that. I wish I knew for sure about Johnny and Polly Chuck." "Don't worry about replied Spooky. "They are asleep, not dead. I doa't know of anyone but Nimble- heels the Jumping Mouse who sleeps as soundly AS they do iu winter. The Skunks sleep for wreral -s-eeks, but not so soundly. A warm spell iu the middle of winter will sometimes bring I them out. I guess perhaps the reason they are easier awakened is because they are so warm. Perhaps if Johnny Chuck's Children remained with him all Printer and they all slept together and kept each other warm they wouldn't be such sound sleepers." "Did you say Nimbleheels the Jump- ing Mouse aleeps like Johnny Chuck? (Copyright 1921, by T. W. Burgess.) The next story: "The Seven Sleep- ers." _ tnWGUli for Headache and Backache They both come from tha same causes..... Indigestion, Dyspepsia Biliousness, Constipation which lead to Impure Blood Irritated Kidney s and Un strung Nerves. Abbey's will correct these troubles. Yomr Druggiit unli tupply yam with ABBEY'S. IM PURE FOOD MARKETS WEEKEND SPECIAL CHOICE SHOULDERS of MUTTON, whole or half, !b. 22c CHOICE ROASTS OF BEEF, per Ib..........15candl8c CHOICE ROASTS OF VEALperlb. ..JflcAandlc FRESH OX HEARTS, per CHOICE CREAMERY BUTTER, per NEW LAID EGGS, per dozen.......................65c P. BURNS CO. Limited DOMINION FISH MARKET Hill Block. Phone 545. MAIN MARKET 3rdAve. Phone 412. DOMINION MARKET Hill Block. Phone 1654. conditions in Western Canada. After a long period of inactivity tho demand for draft horses was Increasing, he said, and many purchasers giv- ing the shtre preference as they found this bread very hardy, easily cared for and good breeders. Shire mares had run the ranges constantly without stabling and always prored extremely hardy and always sure to breed. The association vent on record as strongly opposing the increase in freight rates, approved the advertising campaign conducted last year by the association and voted to continue it and passed a vote of thanks to the English Shire Horse association which had contributed one hundred pounds toward- expenses. Grants of each were passed for the exhibitions at Toronto, London, Guelph, Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon and tho proposed winter fair in Tor- onto, to he given In prizes of twelve, eight and five dollars for flllies under three years old. Two Killed in Whiskey Theft in New TRENTON, N, J., Feb. Salamandra, wholesale bottler of this city, was vlain; his brother, Tito Salamandra and Chalet Shoe- maker were leverely black-jacked last night when six auto bandit! attacked them and stole a truck loaded with whiskey they bringing to thit city from New Brunswick, Five of the holdup men started back toward New Bruntwlck and when near Frank- lin Park the car ditched, one of them being killed. IRISH WRECK WHEN FORCED TO LAND The Ideal Laxative for Children five little onei Dr. Lantive Sjrrup Pepiin for Acti mikUy and gently. Formula on the package. THE alert mother, ever anx- ious to find something bcl- lorforlior children's health, will intCrt'st herself in learning what is hest to give them wheu coustipatdd, 'have a headache, cold or fever, are bilious or dyspeptic. It stands to reason that the remedy that might bs suitable for you, tit your ape, might bo too drnstiu lor a child. By all means do what you can to regulate the diet, giving; pre- ference to tho light, easily di- gested foods. But when diet JailayouwillhavetohclpNature with medicine. It would then be well for you to avoid the harsher cathartics and physics, castor oil, calomel and such, even if disguised in tablets or pills, for thev weaken the child and make it irritable. A better plan is to give half a tetspoonfuf of Dr. Caldwell's Laxative Syrup Pepsin, which is a combination of simple laxa- tive herbs with pepsin. It acts mildly and gently and does not gripe or weaken. It has the unusual merit of being snt'e for the tiniest baby yet equally ef- fective for grownups. Tho formula is plainly on the pack- age, and a sixty-cent bottle is sufficient to la'st an average lamily many months. There is nothing better orsafcr than Dr. OaldweU's Laxative Syrup Pepsin for stomach, liver tains uo narcotics or mercurials, mothers safe in giving it to any member of the family needing a constipation medi- ineet the taste of the majority, for last year over eight million bottles were bought in drug stores, the largest sale of the kind in the world. Buy a sixty-cent bottle today tiie understanding that if for any reason it does not do exactly as claimed your money will be refunded. Dr. Caldwell's Laxative Syrup Pepsin has been on sale in drug stores for thirty years so you would not be ex- perimenting with anythingnew. arc hjoJs of families who will want to prwe to their satisfaction rny Laxatte Pepsin is as effective in as r.iild and gentle in action, as plensaiu-fastmg as I claim. Let such iwitc tne a sample, h will be sent postpaid. Simply say, "Dr. W. B. Caldwsll, ig Front St., BriJsciiurg.Ont.: Send a free, trial bottle of Dr. CflUweU'j Laxative Syrup Ptrpjin and give your name and address. I will see that the rest is attended to promptly. felt. Last year he was chairman of the Private Bills Committee. M. Boudreau, another government member is now confined to the hoa- PIU1, threatened with an operation. However it is not eipected that he will be absent from the session. Wllfrled Gariepy who resides in Three Rivera leaves today for the west and will be iu attendance at the session. EGGS DROP IN PRICE EDMONTON, Feb. laid eggs have dropped in price here from 75 to 70 cents since Tuesday and a still farther decline is expected to- ward the end tho week. Eggs arc selling at 30 cents less than a week ago. HARMSWORTH GETS THE WOLFE LETTERS LONDON, Feb. Assd. Lester Harmsworth, a brother of Lord Northcliffe, was the successful bidder for the correspond- ence between General Wolfe and General Monckton, relative to the operations which led up to 'the cap- ture of Quebec. DUBLIN, Feb. was officially reported today that an airplane which was forced to land in KUnnane, coun- j ty Limerick, last night, was destroyed by armed civilians. The pilot sought assistance, leaving t the observer in charge. Tho civilians captured the observer and destroyed! the machine. PREMIER STEWART MAKING PROGRESS; WON'T LEAD AT FIRST EDMONTON, Feb. Stewart is still improving favorably. He is now at his own home and con- fers with a very few frtenda. He will j not he at tho opening of the house i and possibly will not be present for j very many of the sessions. It is not expected that he will lead the except at the very last ot the ses- sion. A. H. Ebbett, Vermilion, is not like- ly to be present at the session this year on account of illness. He is OUR of the strongest of the govern- ment members outside of the cabinet and his absence will be very greatly SOCIAL TEA SOCIALT_EA BTscyTT JUVENILE BANDIT GANGSTER GIVES UP NEW YORK, Feb. Vanilla, alleged chief of a gang of Juvenile gangitert, who hat been vought tinea latt November in connection with the theft of worth of Liberty bondl from two of a Brook- lyn bond firm, turrandarec- late yesterday to Dittrlct Attorney Lewit of Brooklyn. MASQUERADE SOCIAL IN UNITED CHURCH HALL Monday. Feb. 14 MADAME ZOMA real gypsy palmist, in, attend- ance. Tickets 60e. 730 p.m. WATCH for great Hippodrome Vaudeville Show at the Colonial. You'll tee the bett bill of the season. CARMANGAY HAS LIGHT ONCE MORE (Special to the Herald) CARMANGAY, Feb. ter being in darkness for a week, the electric power waa on last night. Low water in tho Little Bow river caused the trouble. The thaw has now furnished sufficient water to operate the plant. There Was Nothing So Good for Congestion and Colds as Mustard, But the old-fashioned mustard- plaster burned and blistered while it acted. Get the relief and help that mustard plasters gave; without the plaster and without the blister. Musterole does it It is a dean, white ointment, made with oil of mus- tard. It is scientifically prepared, so that It works wonders, and yet does not blister the tendereat skin. Gently massage Musterole in with the finger-tips. Scchowquicklyit brings re- speedily the pain disappears. Use Musterole for sore throat, bron- chitis, tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, headache, conges- tion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, pains and aches of the back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chil- blains, frosted feet, colds of the chest (it often prevents WATCH for Monday'! great Hippodrome Vaudeville Show at the Colonial. You'll see the beit tail! of trffe season. SOFT DRINKS For Sale Wherever Drinks Are Sold POP IN ALL 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 W 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 Lethbridge Breweries Ltd. PKONE 554 ;