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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGF EIGHT THE LETHBWDGK DAILY HERALD MONDAY, FK8RUAHY II PETER GOES TO LOOKJFOR ANOTHER SLEEPER BY THORNTON W. BURGESS Seven people, fust asleep, All the Ions cold winter through! Think of all the fun they miss! v Thul for me would never do. Rabbit. "No, sir." continued I'eirr llabiiii. j talking to himself. "No, sir. I never, could that. Winter is a hard; i hue. ;ind goodness knows it limes is hard work to set enough lo, cat, but I wouldn't miss it for any-j tiling. I can't understand how any- body can sleep like that, I've visited Johnny Chuck and Jimmy Skunk and know just how they spend tbe winter, j Now I would like to see some of those j other sleepers. It is no use to look for j Striped Chipmunk or Nimblelieels the Jumping Mouse.-I doii't. know where their homes are and 1 wouldn't he any j iK'itcr if I did. for I couldn't get j inside; they are too small. I know i where Bobby Coon lives. I wonder ifj Thrilling Film Coming This Week To the Empress Young Newspaper Reporter in "Go and Get It" Does Some Daring Stunts. timt I.uiiitlcy. in "ltd biti of vamlovUla" will itoinpli'to shorn-. Justine- Johnstom'. iho lieauttful j photoplay f'ar will he In "Hlack- u ttno fivo ai-i feature. and with tlu> Crooks." and tho latest I'rizinu [pictures show will all who wee it. Twin color "GOING SOME" Hex Boach, author IT which can ho seen ai tho Klnx'a Theatre, for days, cimnnendug on .Monday was utadying law and hud received his tlcgroe frimi tho Kent j College of Law in Chicago, when tho I goldrush occurred in He dc- is as sound asleep Chuck? I would like to Ho Johnny see Hobby I'orted collPgR and joined the throng travelling towards and He had been told tho that Leans From One Aeroplane to An- j other and Later Drops to Roof of i Speeding Expreii Train. Tin1 iv Imve been so many tricks in j motum picture photography that the averago layman re tuses lo believe I oven what his eyes on the screen. And m> subject has baen "faked" inoru of ton inau aeroplane scenes. Awii- j euces have gat with thoir bodies r 11 ve red with "gtwso flesh'1 i i some daring acftal stmu only to learn j jiit u later date tluit this stunt sup- U- posed to huvo transpired thousands i Ilex Beach is the count 'of left, above the .surface of the earth rcallv been "shot" withiu a few I loet of the ground and at no time were jtho participants of it in any danger Alaska was the laud of bard knocks, and undauntiHl ho went 10 the bleak snow covered country ni'd took his chance at anything which would pro- vide even the bare nt'ccHdities of life, lie cut woo'.l for steamboats, tended dog ti'ums and gouorally made him- 'ful no nuiUiM- huw menial tlio task. of many of his tu-tioii heroes, stalwart, inured to hardship, yet fun- damentiUly courteous and a good These QuaHttod served him of bodily injury. A notable exception of this was the late Omar Lockleur. tho noted motion picturo aeroplane IIKUI. Lieut. Locklear was MfM-er happy performing his feats oi prou'tsb in tbe air unless there was a se'nuiue thrill in it for himself. And up to quite a recent date. Look- lea r had tbe field to there entered young Pat O'Malley. O'Malley. one of tbe most, during youngsters in tbe motion picture llt? iiu agreement with iganic. qulcklv outstripped Locklear Swede dance-hall' owner to produce, cst. lipperty-llpperty-lip. He was so n light that he was jmml all uthej: compCtfLorg for aeri.u it, and agreed that if. the honors; performing feats of daring Ifirst went over well he was to pay I that seemed almost incredible. Most i Beach the money Ilooty and Mrs. iltioty could sea to hunt all night. lit) might be awake. Anyway, tit won't do any harm to run over to fhte find out." j So Peter started fur the Green For- busy thinking about what he had Tlearued that be quite forgot that there .jcoiild be any danger. Suddenly a cautiously, listening tflerce. terrible voice rang through Hooty and Mrs. Ilooty 1, He didn't out of his hiding sure Ilooty and Mrs. Hooty had re- j tired for the day. Then he moved very adventures of tbe north. Out of them came u series of stirring novels, such as "Pardners." "Tbe "The "The Auc- tion Block." "Tho Heart of the Sun- set" and life "Iron Trail." Several of! Ilex Beach's novels have bceu made i into photoplays-; I Mr. Beach lirst broke into playwrit-! ing in Alaska. It was a local comedy which took him four days to write, t frHticf, a run in London. Kiiplaud, und forty In Canada, which In- cluded record runs of woekw in Toronto, three- in Montreal, threa weeks in Winnipeg ami nuiny j other ono week stands in tho other Urge cities in (.'uiuulu, tho I'uimms third division "DumheUs'1 will again tour Canada in a new vehicle, which from 11 tl reports is an even better show than "Birr, HliiK. UUIIK." their original overseas revue, which served them constantly for more than throe years. Their latest offering is called "Hitf, I Uing, Second Kdition, and it i embodies all of the brilliancy ot the original offering, together with many new and novel features, including u forty-five-minute sketch by .lack Ale- Ivaren, depicting.lifo behind the lines, and a new sketch, similar to last sea- son's laughable skit. "The" Duchess hi which tho same funny chui'iuitws as portrayed by "Hed" Newman and Jack McLaren, have boon retained. The this lat- est comedy sketcli is laid in France, during tho war, and gives a wonder- ful insight into the bright side of billet life. All of last season's favorites, Ross Hamilton. Allen Murray Albert Plunkett, Will Ten- naut, Fred Fenwick, Leonard Young, Ivor Ayro. Jack MeUixMi. Mei'trum UiiEli'y, ChurUSH Mebckii. Arthur Hoi land, Hurt Newinun. Kriink Dray ford and Jimmy C.oodo sllll with the company and will ho seen in Import- ant roles ami new nongs. Hlny. Second Kdition, will he tho offering ut the Majostic Tiieilro for one return KUKemeiH on Suturtlay, Wb. ID. U no doubt that tiiu "DnnibrllB" were the Hiicct'HH in the theatric world hint season. und thttre ib ever DnnibrllB" were n the theatrical ason. und thttre ib every reason to belle vo that their second year in Canada will provt equally as successful. {fierce, terrible voice rang throng ;the Green Forest from a point just ahead of him. Peter cut a long hop f short right in the middle and stopped right where lie was, while chills ran all over him. After a while he very softly crawled under a thick hemlock [branch and sat down. f thought Peter, "that was a narrow escape! Hooty the Owl must have been sitting bn the top of xthat tall dead tree just ahead. If lie 'Imdn't hooted just when he did I would have hopped right into his claws. I must be more careful. I cer- tainly must be more careful." Just then Hooty's terrible voice rang out again. "Yes, continued Peter to himself, "that is just where he is. That is one his watch tow- I had forgotten all about it. Hello! There's the voice of Mrs. Hooty! I guess the Green Forest isn't a healthy place for a Rabbit to be roaming about iu tonight. I think I'll of these stunts were done in the Then the author training period of his experience. But Arctic Brotherhood to bring a bunch j Marshall Xeilan's super pic-! and ruot for nim- Tlie lirst act wellt tun? of newspaper and (.Jet over big. but a dog light in the nest through the First Xa-' room broke up the show, lies Beach t O'Malley has blossom- did not try again until he- and Paul ed forth in earnest and it is a safe i Armstrong put on "Going Some." j bet that it will he a long time before and watching. might have re- tired, but there were others just start- ing out to hunt, others who would en- joy a dinner of Rabbit quite as much as Hooty the Owl. Nothing happened, and presently Peter came to Bobby Coon's bouse. At least it used to be Hobby Coon's j his rivals even catch uj) to him in bouse. Peter supposed tluit it still! his performances in the air was. but he couldn't bo sure. There; The aerial stunts he does in this' were no gigus of Bobby. There were no picture are almost past belief ami T signs that he had been out of that every moment he is before the camera house all winter. Peter knew that; is one filled with thrills and suspense i Bobby had lived there all through the j for the audience. Rising from "the1 fall, and until this minute it hadn't oc- aviation in :m ordinary plane--' cnrred to him that Bobby might have i not u stunt soars thous- chosen another house in which to ands of feet above the" ground ami i sleep through the winter. The worst then proceeds to SUE? how many hairs' of U was Peter had no way of finding hie can raise on tbe heads of his audi- out. You see, that house -of Bobby [tors. He climbs along the planes of' Coon was In a big hollow tree and the the Jiuicbine, swings himself in-n doorway was a long, long way above! space ami after several tmbnipts Peter's bead. As Peter couldn't climb, j lands on the wings of annthnr noro-' immediately. arranged for the "THE DUMBELLS" Afetr more than two years there was no way for him lo even j plane. Later, alter performing peek inside. All he could .stay right where I am until daylight. J sit at ihe foot of that tree and A little sleep won't do me any harm." So Peter made himself comfortable and iu two winks was asleep. Several times he was awakened by Hooty's terrible voice, for it was .a moonlight night and Hooty and Mrs. Hooiy could see to hunt all night. Each, time Peter shivered and was glad he re- mained right there. Then he had gone to sleep again. do was to j mission, he-; inal machine i- his. ,ain to the orig-