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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LKTHBK1DGK DAILY HERALD FnBm.'AnY 17, OKION SCHOOL OPENS j FOR TEACHERS) Daily Fashion CHATTERER_HAS p_NO SCRUPLES BY BURGESS Of him wlio halh no s-cnililos pruy liowa Nor I rust him in or ulit ul To gain his cmls lie will not lienltuti' To t'IK lit 11. Brush Inwor IMace brash on gum, turn up eight t linos. 12. llruslt lower right inttido. Pluue brush on RIHII, brush up dijtUt tiimis. III. Brush lower front ludde. 1'laco brutk vertically, bruuh up times. 14. Brush lower loft insldo. Place brush on gum. turn uy eUlit timos. lo. Placo brush on grinding' mur- faco of teotli, iowor right, scrub for- ward and buck oighl times. 1C. Pluco brush on grinding aur- faeo of tooth, luwiM- scrub for- ward and back eight tinu's. brush up ill right i hand. how cloau the brush Js j now.) I that oaeli cliild'H brush i is thoroughly rinsed with rresli water and put away in a clean pla.ce. How to Care for the Baby (By Brice Belden, M.O.) This is the first of a series by 13r. Uelden on the earn of babies. Kvery mother should read and save these articles. A careful study of modem scientific methods of caring for babies will savo a young mother much trouble and worry, to say nothing of rendering much more secure the precarious little Your grocer will tell you frankly that he makes less profit on Red Rose Tea. than on other teas. The only object he has in recommend- ing it is to see that you get the best quality possible. In which the bath la to be given should bo warm and absolutely from draught, and the baby should he ed very rapidly in order that all danj- pr of chilling shall be avoided. Thia bath should not uuder any circum- stances be given sooner than ono hour after the child has becu fed. The water should during the first few weeks of the child's life be at a tem- perature of 100 degrees V., but may be less warm as the child grows old- er. In washing a baby a separate cloth should be used for the head and fane, which parts must be .washed complete- ly ami dried before the baby is put into the tub. Tho body should also be soaped before putting Into the tub, and after the baby has been carefully placid In the water he should bo well supported by the nurse's hand. When the baby is dried a soft towel should bo used and there should be very little rubbing. It is well to know that while soft sponges sire very useful iu washing life which has come under her caro. the baby's body, they should never be Happy Jack. "It is just Teter Rabbit's his house ought to learn better. I'll curiosity. He wants to know .whether find out in a jiffy whether or not Bob- or not Bobby Coon is Bi there asleep. I by Coon is in there. I would like to What good it will do him nobody i know myself. It he isn't 1 may have iuows." use 1'or that house myself." "t just happened to remark how sad Chatterer scrambled swiftly up the holtoxv tree to Kobby Coon's doorway, stopped ions enough to poke his head in to make sure that there was no danger, then disappeared inside. (Copyright, 1921, by T. W. WINNIFRED PLEASED AT C. P. R. DECISION would be if Bobby Coon should nev- er again poke his head out of that doorway, and wondered if he really is In there asleep. Happy Jack said he would soon find out, but half way up there he changed his explniu- Peter, trying to look very innocent. "It isn't any of Peter's business. It Isn't any of my business. It isn't any f your business. It isn't any business i From Our Own Correspondent) M'lXXIFKED, Feb. LaVsen and Hinck, of Winnifred, ;re- ceived a letter from C. D. MacKintosh, of Lethbrldge, superintendent of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, acknowledging receipt ot petition sign- ed by the business men and the U. F. A. organization and in reply Mr. Mac- The next story; "Chatterer Has Some News." Kintosh instructed the agent at Win nifred to c'ontiuue to meet train No. 512 until further investigation is niadu of this matter. The businessmen and r n i h i ControIIer 9ays coal m the entire community of farmers thor- anybody s whether or not_ Bobby the city of Toronto are not excessive, j oughly appreciate Mr. MacKintosh's decision, as it means much to farmers C1 -fr wanting repairs for machinery during i the season. A MOURNING DRESS OF BLACK j CACHEMIRE mourning dress. iKrjrdius to present-day tendencies. iu'ed not he u distressingly gloomy There are many fabrics from which It may he developed, iucludiujr crepe, georg- ette, mousseline. duvotyu and velours. The model illustrated is originated in cachemire de eoie. ot" Eug- lish creye indicate thai it is a mourn- ing dress, for at present the all-black frock is very much in vogue. Fabric- covered buttons introduce a touch of decoration, ivhile a little ruche orna- ments the front of the bodice. Over the black silk hat is draped a veil of black georgette, while a white band encircles the neck. Among the very liret of (he considera- tioua having to do with tho proiter care of infants is the method of giv- The first full tub bath is given when the child is ten days old. The room used on his face, as they are apt to become dirty and can easily spread infection from ono part of the body to another. There are some cases in which bath- Ing must bo omitted, such as cases wlioro tlio baby Is very ttiiu and del- icate, or iu any case of extreme ill ness. In any form ot skin discitsr there it; danger of soap and water baths spreading tho infection. {Tlio second artido iu this series will appear Thursday.) TO AVOID ATTACK GAVE MONEY AWAY Marccosko. or Cleveland, had heard about Xew York's crime wave, and decided thti other night to try and give away in bills to avoid having it stolon him. r.it cjrival OL a saved hia ro'l averted a riot, IA under oli.-io-'V.V.'on. POSSUM FOUND IN PIPES OF ORGAN HALHIGir, N. moans ami strange discords sliocked the congrc-. gatlon of the Clayton Baptist churcii at a recent Sunday service when tbt? organist touched his keys for the open- ing hymn. A hurried call brought a corps of first aid pisno tuners to tht Gcfine. The organ continued to give it." own version of sacred music and an expert was summoned from the fac- tory to doctor itl He extracted a nine- pound 'possum from one of the big pipes. Coon is in there declar Happy Jack angrily. "That is his house and no one else has any right in it." The Tooth Brush Drill New Spring Garments In the famous Northway make now await your approval at Clarke's Now both Peter and Chatterer knew that Happy Jack was right. But Pet- i v er's curiosity was too much for his sense of right, and Chatterer had no scruples. exclaimed er. If he is asleep he won't know anything about it. If he isn't asleep It will be easy enough to get onk again before he can do anything about it. And if it happens-he isn't in there at all. why that house is ile- and anybody has u right there. .My own opinion is that Bobby Coon is in there asleep. What he don't know can't hurt him, and I'm going in to find out." "How would you like any one to WELSH COAL MINES GET A YEAR CARDIFF, Wales, Jan. (By coal minors of South Wales are being paid as high as a year while wages amounting to to aro fairly common. De- spite this, the government is having difficulty in collecting income taxes from the miners. Last year nearly them were summoned non-pay- ment, but only 12 of this num- ber were committed to prison. At time of writing the weather in Winnifred is blowing a fine blinding j snow with a Curious blizzard raging i since February 1-Jth, which continued j. i all day Tuesday. TORONTO METHODISTS PLAN BIG CHURCH DEVELOPMENT SCHEME Pure, Clean, Economical Preserved sole only in Sealed air-tight packets to preserve its native goodness. TORONTO, Feb. million dol- lar church scheme for a million popu- lation in this city has been outlined by ihe Toronto Methodists Union, and aa circumstances allow, -from time to time, the scheme will be car- ried out. To this end church sites have been secured in the outlying dis- tricts of the city. Portable buildings will be put up to meet the church needs as they develop, and later these will be replaced bv, permanent edi- ik-08. MAIL HOLDUP IN "TOLEDO "SALADA" B674 Used in Millions ol Tea-Pots Daily I I TOLEDO. 0., Feb. armed I bandits held up two clerks at the main postotfice at this morn- ing, seized nine sacks of registered mail and escaped in a stolen auto, Postal employees admitted that the loss may total nearly half a million dollars. Police claim that the loss in currency alone may be between three and four hundred thousand rln liars. Mine workers in the Cobalt, district have agreed to a reduction in wages of 75 cents a day. SWEATER SNAPS 15 doz. Men's and Youths' Sweaters; newest colors; worth from to each. Our clearing Price................................................ New Goods New Prices See Them SEE WINDOW DISPLAY HOSIERY SNAPS 20 dozen Ladies' "Heather Hose, full fashioned, new o'oods, lovely shades. Worth Our clearing price...... APRON SNAPS Bung-alow Aprons, heavy, light, and dark patterns; all sizes. Worth SI.50. Clearing yrico........ NURSES' APRONS Splendid stock, new jjoods. Our clearing price...' INSPECTION INVITED The size of tho tooili brush, as well as its shape, Is a matter of personal opinion. It would he reasonable to use a large hrush for a large moutu, and a small brush tor a small mouth. The bristles should be of medium stiff- ness and good quality. There must, of course, he u dentrifice; this may bb 1 any good tooth powder or- paste, or merely cleaa soau. A good powder, however, is preferable to any other dentrifice. One of the main things is to brush the margins of the gums. Silk floss for cleansing between the teeth is a splendid aid. During the last eight years of. school dental clinics in Cincinnati, j the following tooth brush drill has: he.en worked out and is used success- j fully to teach children how toi clean' their teeth. I brash up to right I hand at the height of the shoulder, In front of child. (Thia is so as to be ahle to see that the brush, is clean.) i Upper Teeth, 1. Place brush in i mouth, upper right, where the gum and teeth join. Turn down toward grinding surface eight times. 2. Brush uppe'r front. Place on gum and turn down eight times. Brush upper left. Place brush on gum, turn down eight times. 4. Brush upper rigat inside. Place brush on gum and turn down eight times. 5. Brush upper front inside. Place brush, vertically, brush down eight times. 6. Brush upper left side. Plaeo brush on gum and turn down eight times. 7. Plaeo brush on grinding surface of teeth, upper right, scrub forward t and buck eight times. S. Place brush ou grinding sur- face of teeth, upper left, scrub for- I 1 ward and back eight times. j Lower Teeth. 3. Place brush in} FAMOUS "CHRISTUS" IN STARVATION! Ask to See Our Young Men's Suits Just in. Nothing to ap- proach them ever shown here. E. J. HILL CO. Forced to jnin tliP German army tho war and bcllnved to liavo jlwen killoil, Anton Irfuife', tho noted "Uhrlstua" of thn Olierammcrgan Fas- aimi Play, hus lieen found in starva- tion by Ilic Mnropfdn JMiof Cornell in 1 NEW SUITS AT TO Equal in value to those of a year ago at to ?135.00 Serges, gabardines, tricotines, jer seys, etc.; handsome new styles, in splendid variety. NEW DRESSES to Equal in value to those of a year ago at to Finest serges and tricotines. taffetas and ducheaso silks, in tho new long waist effects, with circular skirts or frilled over-skirts. NEW COATS AT TO Equal in value to those of a year ago St to Finest pure -wool velours, polo cloths and heather mixtures; short and long lengths; veny smart new styles. NEW GEORGETTE WAISTS, A specially purchased line together with regular values; worth up to Very smart and most wanted styles of the season, in a splendid variety of choice in styles, colors and sizes. IT MAY SEEM EARLY TO CHOOSE YOUR SPRING GARMENT, BUT MANY WHO COME TO LOOK ARE MAKING SELECTIONS NOW AND TAKING THE PICK OF THE BEST STYLES AS THEY APPEAR. A DEPOSIT SECURES YOUR CHOICE TILL YOU ARE READY TO TAKE IT AWAY. Specially Purchased Line of Yard Goods Selling at Half their Value on costs prevailing four months ago, have been added to the balance of this stock of piece goods and add new interest to this final clearance of all piece goods stocks. WHITE FLANNELETTE, 35c 34 inches wide; strong; closely woven; extra good quality. FAST COLOR PRINT, 33c Very best Canadian make. Splendid selection in light, medium and dark colors. WHITE BRIDAL CLOTH, 39c Lovely soft quality; fine and free from dress- ing; ;-Jtt inches wide. Kstra special value at the price. WHITE BRIDAL CLOTH, 45c Very superior quality; extra fine and free from dressing; SB inches wide. 42-INCH NAINSOOK, 50c Very fine quality, that many stores now on their shelves at 90c per yard. SPLENDID GALATEA, 33c Heavy strong thread; navy ground with var- ious width stripes. Wonderful value at the price. FINE COTTON CREPES, 48c Very soft, and free from dressing; 29 inches wide; very best shades of sky, alice, pink, and malse. STRIPED DUCK, 38c Light and medium colors; splendid strong cloth; all guaranteed .washable. EXTRA SPECIAL RIBBED TOP SILK FACED HOSE The same Stocking we sold a year ago at Bought on the lowest turn of the market and right now actually lower in price than it could be sold for if bought at the prevailing price today. Shown in full range of colors black, navy, nigger, taupe, grey, champagne. EXTRA SPECIAL MONARCH "DOVE" IN FINEST QUALITY 33c The popular Monarch knitting yarn, in the new thread so much in de- mand now; colors orange, buff, purple, lavender, heather, nile, rose, navy, grey, mist, black, white, turquoise, melrose, American beauty, oriental blue, jade, pink, flamingo; all the newest and most wanted colors. Clarke Co 1VC %X. LETHBRIDGE ;