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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEtf THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY Ifl. 1921 JACK CHANGES HIS MIND BY THORNTON W. BURGESS If porel.ancft I rhanne my mind It is no sign I'm To promptly change when he is wrong is'o 0110 should ever stickle, -Happy Jark Squirrol. O >'otor ftabbll turned his head to fcide u grin as Happy Jack the dray Squirrel started to climb tho big hol- low tree in which Bobby Coon had made his homo for a long time. Peter didn't want Happy Jack to see that Krin. You see, Peter was making ust> ot Happy Jack to find out something ho couldn't find out for himself, but he that Happy Jack suspected anything of tho kind he would refuse to go on. Peter wanted to know if Bobby Coon was still asleep in that hollow tree. It was just curiosity, plain cur- iosity. It really was no business of, Peter's whether Bobby Coon was In there asleep or not. But he wanted to know and he couldn't climb that tree to find out so he had artfully suggested to Happy Jack, without really saying so, that there was some doubt if Bobby Coon would ever again thought himself very smart. As you Peter waited for him to go on. UOUUL u tsuuuv wuuui ever again j inougni niniseu very smart. .AS you Mail J poke his head out of that doorway j know, Happy Jack Squirrel is a spieji- jated with the 'Toronto Telegraph. i enterprises in the Cobalt coun that Bobby Coon might not be in that house at all. Happy Jack had declar- ed that he would go up and see. So it was that as Happy Jack climb- ed the tree Peter Rabbit grinned and 00 AT COAST Edmonton Editor Succumbs While Seeking Health at Pacific Resorts Feb. M. IT. Jennings, editor of tho Journal, who died today at Victoria, was taken ill in the lute- autumn and wont for treat- ment to Portland, Oregon, where his wife was awaiting him. About a month he was well enough to como north us far as Yk'Lorhi, where he and Mrs, Jennings had planned to stay until ho had regained sufficient itrength to resume Ins active duties. Ho was born at Warsaw, N. Y., March 4, 1S74, and was the son of .1 veteran of tho civil war: After ing hid bachelor's degree at the ITnl-! verslty of Rochester, he entered tho newspaper profession and was con-! nected at different times with Roch- ester, Buffalo, Montreal and Wask-j ington, n. C. papers. He served ia! the Spanish-American war in Cuba as! second lieutenant with the 202nd New- York Volunteers and saw much active ]ghting, also, acting as special corres- pondent for several newspapers. After war he went to Toronto for the Mail and Empire, and was later assoc- For Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Gout, AUM BENGUE For quick tad lure relief. KWARE OF SUWTITBTEJI THE LEIM'NG Ml LEI MONTREAL I Aftnu lor Dr. Julea Bcttnc I RELIEVES PAIN I M the firet ncono or throat. ItUnimpla to UM. yon jmfc light little lamp that vaporizM the CnioIeiM mnd place it near thi bed, Thfl toothing antiseptic vapor breathing the emigh, neai and eonffwtiofi, and" protects in Recommended for and Ajtfcau haa been UMC I for the past 40 The benefit unques- tionable. Send for descriptive booklet. BOLD IV omuaatn, VAFQ-CU30LENE CO., W..U.V..J1. _...... enterprises m toe (JODUlL ct at all he was half way up that tree, i try and Nevada engaged him for Then he stopped and began to jerk his big, broad tail, a way ha has when he is excited or nervous or thinking. Peter waited for him to go on. But Happy Jack didn't go on. That is, he didn't go on up to that hole which was the entrance to Bobby Coon's house. He went partly around the trunk of the tree and up to a branch. On this seated himself with his back to demanded he the trunk. "What's the Peter Rabbit. "Nothing is the replied Happy Jack. "Theu why don't you go on and find out if Bobby Coon is in cried Peter Rabbit. "Because I've changed my replied Happy Jack. ''What demanded Peter. 'Because it's none ot my business, and none of your Business, whether or not Bobby Coon is in there retorted Happy Jack. "You mean you've jot cold jeered Peter. "What do you mean by cold demanded Happy Jack sharply. "I mean you are afraid to go there. You're a fraidy, that's what [you retorted Peter Rabbit PILES nc: mim wuiUier day Itching, Bleed' lug, or I'rotrud lag Piles. No surgical oper- ation required. "No such thing! I'm not retorted Happy Jack angrily. "Yes, you, are; you're re- peated Petec. "If you were not afraid you would go right in there and find {out if Bobby Coon is there." j "I don't doubt that you would if you were in rny place, but some people haven't any sense of retorted Happy Jack. "That is Bobby Coon's house and no one else has a right to go in it. I know I wouldn't like it if any one came poking about in my house while I was asleep. No one has a right to enter the house of another unless invited to." Pefcr thought of how he had been in Johnny Chuck's house and Jimmy Skunk's house while they slept, and .in spite of himself he had u feeling of shame. But he didn't let Happy Jack know that. "If Bobby Coon is asleep he never will know anything about it. so what harm is said Peter. "No harm to retorted Hap- py Jack., "but a lot of harm to me. I my, self-respect, and I time, and in 1905 he came to Edmon- ton and assumed the task of re-organ- izing the Journal. From the first he was actively interested in a great var- Jety of public movements in 1918 became president of the board of trade. When the European war broke out he was active in all patriotic af- fairs. ,He was married in 1905 to Caroline Louise- Sheldon of Buffalo, N. Y. Mrs. Jennings and her mother were with him at the coast at the time of his death. In 1913 he waa president of the Al- berta and Eastern British Columbia] Press Association and in 1920 occupied the position as president of the Can- adian Daily Newspaper Association, a Dominion-wide organization. B. C. FARMERS HAVE TROUBLESOME QUESTION COMING AT CONVENTION VANCOUVER, 'Feb. Lambert, secretary of the Canadian Council of Agriculture, Winnipeg; C. Rice-Jones, general manager of'the United Grain Growers, Winnipeg and J. B. Musseiman, secretary of tha Saskatchewan Grain Growers' asso- ciation, Regina, will address the an- nual convention of the United Farm- ers ot British. Columbia hece next week. It is understood that one of the im- portant matters to come before the convention will be the position to be taken by the association as regards politics. During the past year all lo- cals havo been asked their opinion as to whether the United should join the Canadian Council o! Agriculture. If the association falls in line with the prairie organization, it will mean that British Columbia farmers will be adopting a free trade platform, and this will not by any means be satisfactory to the fruit growers of the province, are strong protectionists. H is believed that the mission of Messrs. Lambert and Mtisselnian, is to persuade British Columbia farmers to join the Canadian council. ind Me a, would Io8e nly- Self-respect, and I dealers, or Kdmuuon, Dates Co., would rather have my self-respect Toronto. Sample Hoi flee if you mention ton than satisfy idle curiosity" and min nM In. NtAtun tn _ _ J_ endow 20. stamp to.jtay posraje. THE HEAVIER THE STEEL tougher, tha better wo like it when welding. Because when we have done a good job we can point to that as a specimen to be proud of. We can show you many samples of our welding work that have stood the-severest tests. LAWFORD WELDING CO, Opposite Lethbridga Hotel. "tTl.l.1" t TJ t Tl 1 1 -i 1 r FryV H. V. ESMOND STRICKEN WITH PNEUMONIA JUST BEFORE PERFORMANCE. MOSQUITOES BREEDING EARLY HACKEXSACK, N. to bo distinctively individual, New- Jersey's mosquitoes have started ireeding already In preparation for an Py early 51IriuB on (Copyright, 1021, by T. W. Burgess) The neit story: "Chatterer Has Xo Scruples." PRESERVED SPINACH CAUSED DEATHS LANSING, Mich., Feb. employees of the Battle Creek Sani- turfum, Battle Creek, Mich., have died recently under circumstances that in- dicate botulinus poisoning traceable to preserved spinach, Fred L. Wood- worth, state food and drug commis- sioner, announced today. BUTTE WOMAN ARRESTED FOR TAKING SALT LAKE (JITV, Utah. Feb. 10. Crecerilli has been arrested here on Information furnished by the Unite. Montana authorities, that she liad absconded from Butte with She Rfcvo 51.000 cash bond in the city court "to answer any com- plaint against her.' Sirs. Crecerilii declared that tho money in question was taken from a joint, account of her- self and her husband in a Ilutte bank. merchants predict mosquito netting. Dry goods good season for Ti BEST TURN EVER DID That Is What Vancouver Man Say After Taking Tanlac on Friend's Advice -SASKATOON, Feb. V. Esmond, the English actor play- wright, whose company ia play- ing "Eliza Comes to Stay" hpre, was taken to St. hospital just before the matinee, suffering from pneumonia. Mill Eva Moore made a curtain speech at the mat- inee announcing that the perform- ance would continue, Mr. Es- mond's part being taken by an .understudy. BUILD GERMAN SHIPS COPENHAGEN, Feb. Ber- lingske Tidende asserts that tha bulk of the capital shares of the kroner shipbuilding yard Landskrona, are held by a few Danes, in spite of the fact that Hugo Stinnes, the Ger- man financier, recently had made pur- chases of these shares. On the other hand, it Is reported that the chief Danish shareholders have purchased on behalf of Herr Sdme's, who thus will hava full control of the ship- I yards. It is stated that Sttnnes in- j tends to use the yards solely for the building of a German merchant ma- rine. this organization of returned men jot down to business. CLEMENCEAU BAGS TIGERS Sir. Esmond appeared here this win- ter in "Tue Divine Law." COUNCIL OF AGRICULTURE TALKS OF DOING AWAY WITH SPECULATION ON GRAIN SASK. VETERANS HOLD FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING PARIS, Jan. er Premier Clemenceau, the "tiger of found the tigers of India easy game. Writing to a friend about the two animals he bagged at the foot of the Himalayas ia Northern India, Clemenceau said: "These tigers did not put up much of a fight. I shall refrain from killing any more leat I run afoul of the So- ciety of Preveuture of Cruelty to tame animals." THE YOUNG PEOPLE'S BIBLE CLASS PRESENTS THE NEW MINISTER AT THE UNITED CHURCH, NORTH LETH. On Friday, February 18, at 8.15 pjn, A miulMf entsrtainment, with a cast of 25 splendid songs and choruses, Tickett from of the or phone 1314, Admiuion by Program...................50c "Tanlac fixed me up more than a year ago and did the work so tlior oughly I have beon feeling fillo evei said Richard Pasken of 65fc Fender street, 1-Jasl, Vancouver, B.C. employed by the Marine Ways Ship- building Co. "I had a bad form of stomach trouble and while my appetite wa; good everything I ate disagreed witl me. I lost weight and strength ever.. day and had so many attacks of smothering and Muttering of the hearl 1 was told I had heart I lived in dread of the future, for my condition seemed helpless. "I had a sharp, cutting pain right across the small of my back, and If I .stooped over to pick up a wranch from I ho floor it would hurt me straighten up so that f would actually groan with agony. What little sleep I got didn't rest me. as I was rolling and tossing most {if the night. "A good friend persuaded me to try Tanlac and that was about tho best turn a friend over did me. It ly a big surprise the way Twnlac knocked out my troubles. It did a hundred per cent job, for it nude me a healthy, slrong man and 1 have been Ihls; way ever since. "I am eating anything, sleeping like a log and haven't a pain or an arhf. of any sort. That's what three bottles ot Tanlac did for me and lhat is why 1 am recommending It every chanci! I get." Tanlac is .told in Lethbridgo by J. Iligliiliotham to., vertisement. I REGINA, Feb. Canadian Council of Agriculture in session here today discussed means of overcom- ing "speculative eviis" of the grain exchange. The matter was loft In the hands of tbe special committee to be appointed by the executive. The committee will report to the council. At the meeting today the council went on record as favoring disarmament. It was stated during the discussion that preparation for war inevitably led to war. I Hon. T. A. Crerar will leave Regina tonight for Winnipeg and will leave that city Monday for Ottawa. Officers will be elected this after- noon and tomorrow wheat pool will again be discussed. j CAN DRINK FROM LEGAL BOTTLE IN PUBLIC PLACE I IN SASKATCHEWAN NOW MOOSE JAW, Feb. liquor from a government bottle sup- plied upon a cloctVj prescription is not an offense in meaning of the new Saskatchewan Temperance Act, according to the decision handed down in the police court hers today by Mag- istrate Lemon. The charge against Fred Ulm was accordingly dismissed. A week ago Ulm was charged with drlnltlng and In the evidence It was shown that he had taken a drink from a regulation bottle as supplied to Irugglsts by the Saskatchewan liquor commission. This morning the magls- .rate ruled that Ulm's offense had not been contemplated by tho Saskatch- ewan liquor act and that his act of irinking in a public place waa not an offense. WBTBURN, Sask., Feb. dent Jas. McAra today called tho an- nual convention of the Great War Vet- erans association of Saskatchewan to order and the fifth yearly meeting of An agreement between Italy and Czecho-Slovakia for common action on Balkan problems Is reported from Rome. Oaha-ra is dumping skimmed milk into'the newer alter sending the creim to Toronto. IT IS FACT and not theory, that every drop of rich, nourishing Scott's Emulsion is readily utilized by IhK the system in build- ing up strength. GRIP] Fortify the system ajtinit Grip ind Influenza by liking Grove' Bromo I Quinine which destroy germs, act as a tome laxative, and keep the system in condition to throw off attacks of Colds, Grin and In- fluenza. Be sure you get BROMO The genuine bears this signature MEXICANS CHASED FORT WORTH, Tens, Feb. One hundred Mexicans fleeing from night riders" who visited their quar- era in Ranger Monday and Tuesday rrlvatl here early today. The mask- d men had beaten and frightened Iho oreigners, ordering them to leave and ot to compete with the Amerlmn Price 30c. Cuticura Soap Clears the Skin and Keeps it Clear We Are Still In The Grip of .but the new things are piling in fast from our buyer who is fit present in the East sending us on every day by express spick and span new wear things bought' in a good many cases at 50c on the dollar from peak prices last year. New suits and dresses, both in serge and silk, are now arriving. New spring coats in the new Dolman effect styles. Our buyer mentions a line of new skirts he procured, as follows: "These are pure wool serge and are worth in the regular way, and you can sell them for You are invited to come in from time to time and keep in touch with the new things as they arrive. We will keep you informed in these arti- cles of the new things to expect at this store. Remember, we spare no expense to get the latest and best. Rylands Co. ;