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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHDAY. FKBIU'AHY 12, 10I2T THfcJ LKI'HHKlUUrj JJA1M Mrs. lama tl IS BIT BY A BUG' By J. K. An Editor Recommends 5 DROPS r. Rheumatic Sufferers Dour In bye gone days u Quaker sat one evening before the fire; turning to his good wife, lie said: "Doris, its my opinion tho whole world in daft, but me and ye, and ye are a little bit." Not Ions ngo a judge was hearing an expert on mtintal diseases give evi- dence as to the sanity of a certain litigant, lie reviewed the man's be- conclusively Hummed up 1 by saying; "My Lord, this msu. is hopelessly Insane; why, my Lord, lie talks nothing but golf trom morn till eve." The judge awoke with a start, cleared his throat, and Bald: "With all due respect. I must Insist that those last words be stricken from the evidence." How do they get that way? I don't know what tho answer la. but just let an Individual get a golf club in his i hands, pound a pill around 9 and the toxin commences to work. Its a bug that bites deep, and once in- fected the Individual Is hopeless for rest-of his natural life. It Is a anything on me as a golf linguist." Land of Hope and Glory. The golfer lives' within the bourn of this happy sphere twelve months of the year. Just now, when seed catalogues are popular periodicals, the golfer is- re- ynmping .-a- plan of. campaign. that is Intended to shatter his'last season's record as completely aa tho Hlndy lino was broken. They are beginning to foa'm kid; be careful they don't bite and draw you into the vast army of unemployed. If they get under your sklh you're gone. Not that you will have any regrets, but Instead of a scoffer you will be a golfer. It's a grand and glorious feeling, but there are some, I know, who just hate to enjoy themselves.' Beware! The trap is set and you may be the next vic- tim. Come on water's fine. I remember, It was just some four seasons ago I fell. Quicksand is ce- ment compared to this golf game. A friend me out to play. I won't say it took much coaxing. There seemed no work attached, no respon- sibilities, and the after effects had not (J Wjattatetl roa I hive ban Urine f Ull I wut you to that J Atom iw.nt, I down on my Uct with the xnt cm of rgntmatlim ami I begin to un yqoriimdKin in .bout wwk I I PAGE THIKTEEN HOME TO ATHENS vm ..tofilihn! to tfd know wh.tmrti. I Wok. 1 told limn. "6-DtlOI'S" nun who hu rheunmlim known uior, un tflllnir rrmrt onto! th. virtue of jour rantdy nml lun it will Incroui Bueh bestifflrlent to to my perion the vilimof "s-DBOPS" rhtl In put at tin United SutM wd virulent disease for which there is j been explained. No one gave me no hope, no remedy, and becomes J warning; my little bark launched worse as years pass by. It's contas-'on tho Ilmltle63 seas in this wise. ious, and one disease for which then We arrived at Henderson Park. He Is never likely to be an attempt made had the equipment and some exper- to counteract. Certainly the victim' ience, September Morn outdid me for will make no effort to cure himself I innocence. because he is happier than ha has I Roughly I knew what was Intended, heretofore been. His friend i and I This was a game, played witi clubs relatives may worry, hut seeing the j of iron and wood, cuto little white victim improving In health and spirits, I balls and varying distances from hole they would he cruel indeed it they j to hole, into which the ball had to be resorted to extremes to effect a cure.; herded in as few strokes as possible. The victim Is prpbably docile and Lead en McDuff. clear on all other phases In life, 1; He made a mound of sand and said golf; on that lie has become a mono-] we were having a tea. He pulls out maniac. He's a bug. what he called a driver and lopped Golf can be divided into two per-! off the a few gum weeds. He locls, the actual playing, and the talu-i then started pawing around tor a foot- ing of it. The first may occupy only i hold, playing puss in the corner with a few hours a week during the spring, I the head of the club and the ball; he summer and fall, but the brook has i demonstrated the straight knee and limitations compared to a golf, fiend. 'eft elbow, the slow back swing and shut my eyes, nibbed my brow and gazed again; it fairly bolted into my range of vision liko a growing snow- ball; it became a luminous body of while fumes; I couldn't see its di- mensions; it enshrouded my perspec- tive, everything else being bloated out. Through dull ears I could hoar my friend rambling on with instruc- tions; finally liko a Hash of lightening the clouds were cleared, thnt masterly brain of mine awoke, as from a dream I bounded back to life. That miser- able Insinuating Mutt had said: "Now Mrs. Peach, you may miss it the time or two, but they all do that at first." The insulting wretch, to jest with me. Miss that ball! me. me fail to knock that irolf ball into the far off green grass. What an idea. The poor self-confident puppy, was he labouring under the delusion that I lacked the ability to give that ball a long ride. Curses, hootchy coo, etc., I would allow him. Miss it, say friends, I de- termined to shatter it. I'd hit that ball so hard it would dissolve like a bubble. Ilirdics would be dodging il. the rest of the summer. I'd drive that ball so far that it would put Hatfleld out of business for years. It would fly through the heavens and dispel clouds all summer. Miss It! Say, if determination meant anything Hal- ley's comet would be around again before that golf hall returned to th. Miss U! Well, well, that was funny: I'd show this guy what irre- sistible force really meant. Ho might kiss that ball a last long fair well, it was going on a was away Amongtt popular jitfiotii enjayiitf it dtfne ofaatptMtt it one tint only in tlx riy of Conaanliiwple t'Jrt the I'fit cvjfec It obtained. IN Constantinople years ago they ciatfd tlie importance of good Hue now, good coffee ii univerHJIj' known and recognized. i SEAL BRAND COFFEE tide by side with cofftM forEunpttn use, and tlis teaching! of Turkey, combined wj'tfi modern atul sanitary give us I'ofFee riirli in fragrance and delicacy atv.ongst the drinks of the world. Sold in Yi, i and 2 tins. Wholet ground or fine ground for Tricolator and ftTcolator we. CHASE SANPORN, Montreal, Que. Photo shows.Prinr-paRf's ITelon Irene, VinK Lucerne 1'or Athens. (laughters King Constantino, couvrr's ''on WJIK Sllo.ll" criticism. Cost or adminlstra- ugfuiiHt Vancouver's Marino Engineers' Union on tho Atlantic and Uulf coasts declined to submit to a 2f> per cent, wage reduc- tion. RETURNS TO BAR The Human Machine when he has a chance to diverge on to the endless subject of his gnme. He gotta on and on forever. The tho follow through. He might just as well have been selling me lottery tickets on a Chin- on a long, long ride. Miss it.! watch brook freezes up In winter ese punt race to take place on is where Mr. Golf Bug lapa it in tho Yang-teese-KI-ang. I wasn't the his side of the ocean at all. This shim- The beauty of the game Is that, no I mylng and poetry left no impression matter what your handicap, you may I on the grey masses above my ears, be a crack or a dub, but we are all jit looked silly to go through such par on the talk stuff. In fact, It is f manoeuvres. and long refrain over my opinion tho dubs have tho edge; i hitting a wee bit of a ball. Innocence, for example, well Chick Evans hasn't: Woll, after a while he said he was to drive, so I said get up old horse, you have a slack rein. I ain't detaining you, but keep to the right, old dear, the traffic rules are strict. He turned pale as an unplncked lily. Turning to me, he said; Mrs. Peach, I will excuse your ignorance this time, j hut never, never speak to me or any I one else when they are about to drive. He was mad over something. I was struck dumb. He commenced -wlg- Kcep Sloan's Ulniment Handy To Put Bine B1Kl waBglnK "Rain and 1 the Good" Back Int? the System. ALL it ueodg is just one little applied without rubbing, for it convince you of its merit in relieving sciatica, lumbago, neuralgia, lame muscles, stiffness, bruises, pains, backaches strains, and the, after-effects of ex- posure. The congestion IB scattered, prompt- ly, cleanly, without effort, economi- cally, you become a regular user of Sloan's Liniment, adding your enthu- siasm to that of Its many thousands of other friends the world over, who keep it handy in case of Three sizes, at sll 70c, S1.40. Mado in Canada. SlpariS Linitnentgsg quickness of the me hand closely, deceives Have you ever considered what a remarkable machine you are? Think of the wonderful mechanism of your hand, your wrisf., your arm! Think of the ful muscles, the slender tendons, the rigid bones, deli- cate nerves, the efficiently distributed arteries and veins. All of these and the rest of your marvelous body do their work at your slightest thought. In addition to all of this, your eye. I swung like a door slamlng shut during a violent Chinook. the force I leant my propelling arms, I bit my lip; I shut my eyes and lei nature take its course, iiiug-swlsplai, fiug-ur-ur-ur. i I opened my eyes, the ball was soiuj. I got my. arms back by .my skies and both feet on the ground. I glanced at my instructor; he was on his toes, neck stretched, eyes popped open liko a cellar door in summer. I j followed his gaze, saw a spurt of dust! out near a yd. mark. he said was tho 175 Ho wheeled; film. Mrs. Peach, thataboy, some drive; Id's goj Jumping snakes, ho seemed dciifjht.'-d, j swinging off on to tho fairway with me tagging after him. Ho turned, I "when you connect isn't it wonder- Well, it did feel good. I hadn't. got all the distance I expected, but' MILLIONS KILLED IN ACTION Wonderful newa! Millions and lions of gcrma killed in action ttml thousands and thousands of victims relieved of bronchitis, astl.uti, cougha, mid colda. Them ia great rejoicing in tho fact that science 1ms at-last in- vented the world's death trap for lironehitis Mix- ture. With thi) first doco this remedy (join right down to business, and never ccaaea in1 its destruetivG ivork until cvury trnco of the disease is completely reitiuved anrl tho victim restored to tffirmXl h'eallh. Letters from all jijirts of Canada jiraising this ivontJerful mixture aro iitcrnilv pony ing iuto hcadqimrtcrH. Read this let- Years of suffering from that terrible affliction, bronchiiil asthma, ordered by nil medical men to cloag my business in Montreal and go south to a warmer climate, but I noticed ycnr !id. in the "Montreal for the above mixture and I said I would give one moro trial to health before J leave wv native town, and thank the maker I did. Mv bronchial tubes arc clear, the hacking machine repairs nearly ull of its own injuries, lakes care of its own growth and renews its worn-out cells. .Natuns makes a complete effort to provide you with a port'ect means to cui'ry on your business and to enjoy the pleasures of life. In order for your body to do these '.Mugs it must havo fuel in the shape oC fooil and it is up to your mouth to receive and prepare this fuel. IE your food is of the very purest and most appetizing variety, carefully prepared and tastefully served, it won id seem that that would be all that is neces- sary. But If that Fame pure food is placed in an infected month and is then thoroughly corrupted, by having mix- j ed with it many types of of the poisons resulting from bacteria, I would it not seem that tlie damage to your system would be very serious? Tho condition known as neuritis, from which many use their bauds in highly trained work, such an telegraphers, typirts, pianists suffer, is caused by over- work and infection. Tho overwork re- duces the vitality and resistance of tho nerves and the.'r sheaths, and in- fection in the great majority of cases; comes from abscesses about the teeth. This -is only one of the many pain- i ful iuitl serious derangements of your body machine that i-omo from diseases in the mouth. If'you owned a Tine piece of ma- chinery that got out of order, you would call in, first a good general then men especially skilled in the various parts of the ma- chine that required special training to understand properly, Why not bo us careful of your own j body? The mechanical principles upon which you are built and hy which you live are Just as true as those upon which you run your auto- mobile. Hut as your body Is the most com- plicated machine with which you will EX-KAISER'S MOSQUE ALWAYS S j report Doilies ;lt a time when WUEXSUORK, Germany., Dec. the Vancouver library administration reminder of the. limoi is, being made the target of much when the former Emperor William at- tempted to pose as a loader in the Moslem world, remains here in the form of a Mohammedan mosque, was erected by the kaiser in the first years of the world war. K-ight hundred orthodox adherents of the teachings of the Koran regularly wor- ship in it. It is the only mosque in Germany anil William II. built it for the bene- fit of the Cossack and Kirghis Tar- tar war prisoners who were captured j while serving with the Russians and I French. An internment camp 'sur- rounds il. Under tho law of tho Kor-1 an, the mosimo must never be tie- stroyed. I There has been considerable critic-1 ism of the former Emperor for hav- ing Pt-pcted it and for the present gov- ernment for maintaining it. In reply, the officials declare it is their duty to give the interned Tartars un op- jiortunlty to worship according to the dictates of their faith. They point out that destruction of the mosque would be a serious offense in the eyes of all Mohamrneudans. VICTORIA LIBRARY'S CIRCULATION LARGE VICTORIA, B. Feb. ordinary efficiency of the Victoria .Public Library is indicated by the report just nmdc public by City Lib- rarian Helen Stewart. Serving u pop- ulation less than half that of Van- couver, the Victoria Library circulat- ed volumes during 1020 to Vancouver's And Victoria has only. books compared to V'au- Hon. K. W. Rowell has been engaged as counsel for tho Ontario govern- ment in its actions aguiust two lum- ber companies, arising out of the in- vestigations of the Riddcll-Latchford commission. PEOPLE ARE AFRAID OF COUGHS They realize that coughs are ptrioit with a bad cold, cm put the trouble on to many othtri. il you have, cough, don't iptoad it. Get rid of it by (akin, Coiijhi, Sore Throat, Bronchilij; even Allhmi. and Whooping Cough; yield lo Ihe healing, curative effects of thii dependable remedy, Its aroraalic fl.vor makei it afmabla to Ihc tatte. Keep bottle handy. SoM by matt PREPARED BY National Drug and Chemical Co. of Cinarfi, Limited. 4 TO BE DYSPEPTIC To Be Miserable .The poor dyspeptic agony after every meal, and any-one who has dysnepdUf -knows what joy it would giro to eat three square meals a day and iipt. uq .punished for It af- ter. Nearly everything that ontera tho weak stomach acts as s.n irritant, and even the little that is eaten causes such torture anil la digested so Imperfectly that it does little good. Before yo'u 'can eat anil not pick and cho6se your food, you must put your stomach into such 3 condition that it will manufacture It? own digestive torments. For over forty years Burdock Blood Hitters has heen toning up and ra storing weal; stomachs lo a normal healthy condition ai that the food no longer causes distress, hut Is thor- oughly digested and assimilated, and onahles one to partake of all tho 'wholesome food required without lear of any unpleasant after effects. Mrs. Alice necknorth. Fesnettoiu Out., havo been a great .sufferer from indigestion and dyapep, ,sia for several years. I could not eat anything without almost dying from the pain In tho pit of rny stom- ach. Saelng Burdock Tilnod Bitters highly recommended I tried n liottle, and can gladly say me. I ran eat anything now, and am in perfect health." B. H. is manufactured only hy The T. Milhllrn Co., I.lmllad, Toronto ing his club back with deliberate care. Then I put my foot in rny mouth again, because in all eagerueao I blurted out: Say, if it's the address of the ball you want, possibly It's on that tissue paper wrapper over there, and blithely off I skipped to pick it up. It's well I ducked to pick up the paper because that Insane fool fired his club at -me. Ifwlilzzed over my head like a boomerang, and I wished It had been. However, I got peeved. I went and picked the club up and, carrying tt in approveil Joan of Arc fashion, I proceed to attack tlie mad beast. I said: A fine way to treat a lady, en- ticing me out here in the weedy wild- erness and attempting to do n Cus- tard massacre. I haven't my tmber-, ella, hut believe me I'll seal! you If another false move, ford to be without a golf course. They have them in all well regulated ten-1 tres of population. The only thins' Lethhridgo lacks is concentration members for a year or so, then prob- ably we can have a country club, bill creep before yon fall down sta'.rs to the cellar; it's a long way back your hobbling. Yours truly, Mils. IA MA PEACH. CORRECT WARDROBE COSTS MAN c. Tyler, chairman of tlie fashion committee of the Mer- chant Tailor Designers' Association, estimates that a man could acquire it correct wardrobe, exclusive o[ huts. shoes, ties, gloves, shirts and entjmates as nail .is Mindij gnir j and Rotating outfits, i poor Kmit; have you money enough to buy a one way ticket to Ponoka' (wear, for about Four busint-ss He was overcome; apology fairly'suits at to are included flowed from him, in a torrent, like the Old-'Man pouring out'of the cave. ItV'a long story, but I finally got it. I was to blame after all. There he was concentrating on his driving and I had broken the first rule of golf, by talking at the tee. It was tho first tea I hat! attended that talk was barred. Silence, watch your step. Finally the poor boob calmed; he An Innovation for McGill wiped the tears from his eyes and I stood like a, utcrlng nothln.' He hit that'ball nearly 12K 'yards. Then ho swore, topped it by jingo; un nerved he said. I let him rave. Then he turned to' me. Mrs. Peach, you must now drive It's your turn to hit the ball. Mean, while ho got out .another round, inno- cent wh'to ball', enthroned it on some sand, and led me around to the oast side of It, put the club In my hands and said: Take your stance and ad- dress the ball. Oh gen, I was scared; the hour had come; I. wan about (o take my first swing on the endless pendulum of a Kbit .career. The club felt and bal- anced far mom comfortably than my umbrella, but that hall was getting in It's dirty work. It was meaiiwrlzing me. As I had reroemborod it, it was a nice .bouncy white .sphere of com- fortable dlamoUr and reasonable cir- cumference. Hut us I gazed at It, It dwarfed until It looked the alzo of a flhoo button, lob-Hided one at that. I CUTICURA FOR THE DAILY TOILET Use Cuticura Soap daily for the toi- let and have n healthy clear complex- ion, soft white hands and good hair. Assist when necessary by touches of Cuticura Ointment. The Cuticura Talcum is also ideal for the skin. OiUnuBlZS.tJSOc. Sold Canadian Depot- j. tinil.d. id 51. St.. W.. icur.iSoap ihavei without mug. VANCAVVEn. When an appeal was made at St. Andrew's Presbyter- ian church on Sunday night fnr funds for famine-stricken China a mild sen-1 sal Ion was caused by a man who I rose to Ills feet and lodsod a protest against, money being sent out of the country. He lie was a returned sol- dier ;ind expressed the view that be- fure help was sent to China it would be well to ascertain that them were no starving people in British Coilim- IMMORTALITY WILL THERE BE A SECOND CHANCE? HEAR DR. LOVERING At the Y.M.C.A. on Sunday Afternoon at 4.30. MR. LEO SOLOIST. STRANGERS' TEA AT 6.15. ALL MEN INVITED. FOUR BURNED TO DEATH MEMPHIS, Tcnn.. Feb. i v.-nnu-n ;ind two children were bin j lo di'iith in r, fire which destroyed tin1 1 upper floor f a two storey frani dwelling here this morning. Quits Ambassadors' Council Sir Arthur Currie, principal of the Montreal University, who states that he is considering the advisability of Introducing a UWM oil politics at the institution. Vapor Treatment for Gougkt timo for V.-.tuj.Cre.oiono ia at tho fir.t indication of a cnMoruurc throat. Itiu to uio, you JUKI lifiht tho littlo Jnmp that vHnorinea Ilia Ornpnk'ne nnd ulaco it near the ntd. Tho iHMthintr r.ntintptic vamir easy, relieve, ttift eouuli, c.iacs the and contention, am] i] Recommended WlMepint Cfloili cVib. T.'ii Oferrii and AttluM. Creflolenchaihoeniiwij fir tho 40 years. Tho tjtncfit imnucR- lionabl.. for taoklot. f1. Stilton nniliiiKtifidor to Km MOP, who. upon in- Htnii'tions from hit) has withdrawn from Mm Council of Am- at Paris. If If s Dry We can do it, and do ii right. Everything is washed thoroughly in just daubed over with a brush, that will .show tho spot the first time a little dust strikes it. We spent several thousand dollars preparing to do this work before we turned a wheel. We have the Plant, and the staff of Skilled Workmen to turn tin's work put right. Ours is the only system that completely elim- inates the smel! of gasoline. The only plant of its kind in the province south of Calgary. Lethbridp Laundry Dry Cleaning Department Phones 450, 451. C. S. FARROW, Manager. ;