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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEtf 1'HE LKI'HHKIDGE DAILY HERALD FRHtAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1021 CHATTERER HAS SOME NEWS BY What some folks will not do themselves They seem quite willing others should, Nor hesitate to gain thereby And keep their reputations good, Rabbit. Chatterer the Ked Squirrel was a long time in the house of Bobby Coon. I Anyway, it seemud a long time to Peter Rabbit and Happy Jack the Gray Squirrel waiting outside. They began j to wonder If anything could have hap- pened to Chatterer. Peter fairly danced with impatience and curiosity as ho waited. Happy Jack pretended not to be at all interested, but be changed his position go that he could watch the doorway of Bobby Coon's house. At last Chatterer's head appeared in the doorway. Ho looked down at Peter and grinned. He looked over at Happy Jack and grinned. Then he climbed up aud sat in that doorway and began to wash his face. He didn't say at word. "Well." Peter impatiently, "is Bobby Coon in I "Don't you wisn you replied! Chatterer in the most provoking way. "Yes, I replied Peter. "Be a I good fellow, Chatterer, and tell us." j "Well, it it will do you any good to know it, he said Chatterer. "And is he asked Happy Jack eagerly. Chatterer nodded. said he, is asleep." "Sound inquired Peter. "Quite replied Chatterer. "Is he all curled up In a Peter J >sked. "That I can't replied terer. knows I he cried over and over "Why can't demanded Happy Jack. "You've been down there and teen him, so why can't you Chatterer grinned more broadly than ever. "Well, you he ex- plained, "I couldn't be sure which was Bobby Coon." "You couldn't be sure re- peated Happy Jack after him. "What do you mean by "Just what I retorted Chat terer. "I cried Peter, iretting more and more excited. "Mrs. Coon is with him! Is that it, "I guess replied Chatterer. "But you must cried Peter. "Well, you replied Chatterer, "there are so many Coons down in- I side there and they ara so mised up Chat-! together that I can't tell who is who." Happy Jack's face was a study. It was funny to see. Then suddenly angry look swept over if. "Chatterer couldn't tell the truth if he wanted he exclaimed. "lie thinks we will believe such a story as that. I can tell him one that won't. He can't stuff any such story as that down NEW garments for spring are beginning to rush "in at RYLANDS CO. Our buyer, who is now in the East, is sending on two and three shipments daily of new Coats, Suits, and Dresses, and at very modest prices indeed. New Suits at Equal in value to S60.00 lines a year ago. New Coats at to Are very smart indeed. THEN A WORD ABOUT THE NEW DRESSES Showing so much embroidery and the new copper bead trimmings, in most cases only two-thirds the price of last year's. A special line of NAVY SERGE DRESSES on sale Saturday. 'Worth fl? "I ft K.CI 130.00, for New 54-in. Plaid DRESS GOODS. Last year's price for........ NEW HOSIERY in the all-wool heather makes suitable for the colder OfTto weather, priced New KID Perrin's best makes, in black and colors. At, per SPECIAL BARGAINS IN FLANNEL- ETTES AND SHEETINGS FOR SATUR- DAY'S BUSINESS. COLORED BATH x 34 inches An excellent towel. Regular Sl.3-5. CORSETS on sale Saturday. Sizes' from 24 up. Regular ?2.uO line, rrr Instantly rimUorcr lost his temper. "K you don't brllcvo what 1 It'll you anno on up hern uml sen for y-'iir- ho burked uugiily, "You're afraid! That's what's the mutter with you; you're afraid! I don't euro a hair of my tiiM whether you beliuvo H or not; it's so, und bcoiiuse you don't bo- Hovo it imtkf-s no Thou ho did a thing which wasn't at all nlt't1. lie stuck out his tonguo at Happy Jack. Mcumvhllr. rotor Rabbit was danc- ing about Know. I bo cried over and "ovur. "Hobby and Mrs. Coon havo their children with them! Tim wholo family is spending the winter tnirether. Jimmy Skunk's family is doing the sumo thing. I know, because I saw them. 1 thought the children of Jimmy and Mrs. Skunk were tho only ones who spoilt tho winter at homo with their par- ents, but it must bo tho Coon chil- dren do the same thing. My, this is news! I certainly am learning a lot those days." (Copyright, by T. W. Burgess.) The next story: "Curiosity Is Too Much for Happy Jack." MOOSE JAW TEACHERS MAY GO ON STRIKE TOO MOOSE JAW, Feb. is a possibility of the teachers of Moose Jaw Collegiate and public schoofc staffs having to resort to similar ac- tion to that taken at New Westminster according to an official of the branch of the Teachers' Alliance. The Local Council of Women, Miss local board has refused to negotiate, Balden as president, assisted by the with the teachers who have asked for [various organizations of the city, hits Women's Societies Co-operate Hanquet Them in Evening Ever since tho boyn have boon com- inc home, bringing with them brides from across the water, and settling them upon homesteads, there baa been more or less of u for war brides wero in many cases unac- quainted with the farm, and farm life. Tho Soldiers' Settlement Board has worked out a scheme, which has prov-. en very successful in Saskatchewan, of bringing these women to certain centres for ten days of social inter course and at tho same timo givo them tho opportunity of attending specially prepared demonstra itons and lectures. The centres in Al- berta are Edmonton and Red Deer where courses have just been complet- ed and Lethbridge, whose turn comes next week. The Women's Societies in the Tar- ious cities nave been appealed to, to handle tho matter. In our city, the certain adjustments. A motion passed by ihe board at a recent meeting adopt- ing a salary schedule, contained the clause "and this is final." The local branch of the alliance will likely en- dorse the action of the New Westmin- ster teachers. A. T. A.'s Attitude CALGARV, Feb. New Westminster's school trustees who have declared vacant the places of the teachers who have struck there not get any ap- plications from the members of the Alberta Teachers' Alliance was the. message that was telegraphed to them ;oday by J. W. Barnett of Edmonton, secretary-treasurer of the Alberta or- ganization. Mr. Barnett also wired the Westmin- ster teachers congratulating them on their stand and advising them that the teachers would give them all he assistance in their power. undertaken the task. About fifty-nine adults are expected. Some of them arrived today and tho remainder will come in on Saturday. The Arrival Tea is being arranged by Civic Club. At tomorrow in Knox church the guests will sit down to supper. They will be addressed by one of the commis- sioners and Mr. Marnoch and several i musical selections, given by Mrs. Horsnool, Mrs. Meech, Misses Dorothy The Thorold Eeaverboard Co. has lecided, owing to a strike of the em- )Ioyees to keep an open, shop hsuce- 'ort'n. The People's Choice For Over 70 for digestive disorders his beta Beechjm'sPills.Youcanhniecon- fidence in this remedy for ness, headaches, flatulency, con- stipation, Slugfish organs, are stimulated and the whole system benefitted by BEECHAM'S PILLS Wm, Mb. Mb Tells Safe, Certain, Speedy Relief For Acid Indigestion. So-called stomach troubles, such as indigestion, gas, sourness, stomach- ache and inability to retain food are in probably nine cases out of ten, simply evidence that excessive secre- tion of aciil is taking place in the stomach, causing the formation of gas and acid indigestion. Gas distends tho stomach and causes that full, oppressive, burning feeling sometimes known as heart- burn, while the acid irritates and in- flames the delicate lining of the stomach. The trouble lies entirely in the excess development or secretion of acid. To stop or prevent this souring of the food contents of the stomach and tea. This will give the women the opportunity of becoming acquainted with'each other. The children are to be guests of honor on Saturday after- noon at a party being given to the pupils of the Primary Department of Wesley Sunday School. In addition to the usual church ser- vices being held on Sunday, at which, of course, the visitors will be heartily welcome, there will he a twilight re- cital given at Wesley church at 1.15. On Monday the lectures begin at 10 o'clock. These being given by the University of Alberta in the O. W. V. A. hall, kindly donated for the pur- pose. The whole course is of a very practical nature, with demonstrations. One of the most interesting parts will be the baby clinic held in tho Nurs- ing Mission, conducted by Dr. Camp- bell and Miss Davidson, of Edmonton, public health nurse. The lectures con- tinue all week, concluding with a pub- lic evening lecture on Friday night. Drs. Campbell. Leech, Galbraith and Lafferty will be the local lecturers. The ladies will bo guests of the various churches at luncheon .ind din- ner during the week, these -o be serv- ed each day in Wesley hall. On Mon- day the Anglicans are hostesses at i both meals, and in the evening the Black and White Pierrots are repeat- Ing their performance for the visit- ors. On Tuesday the luncheon and din- ner is being served by the Roman Catholics and the entertainment In the evening consists of an invitation to the Colonial Theatre. The Methodists will take charge of the Wednesday meals, the evening be- ing left free for the visitors. Thursday is Presbyterian day, when the meals will be provided by that de nomination. The evening will be spenl as guests at the King's theatre. On Friday luncheon will be served by the Latter Day SainU and the even ing meal by the Baptists. An evening lecture with motion pictures will con elude the week's entertainment. The there will he some being arranged for In splendid manner, Mrs. Dowsley hav- ing undertaken this part of the .work and already having many offers of as sistance. It is hoped to have a kinder garten for the older ones, and sort of creche for the tiny babies so that the mothers may be free to at tend all courses. The children will I likely be cared for at the Nursing I Mission. The ladies will be billeted at prt vate homes in the city, the Hudson Bay Co. is providing tea for all meals the Commissioners are co-operating V I of the best things any mother can do, is to her children Cocoa every day. Children ai well as their elders need something hot to drink, and Cocoa is the only thing adapted to their youth which at the same time they enjoy. It is not a stimulant, as are other beverages, but is nourishing1 and invigorating. It strengthens their power of resistance against cold and illness. Cocoa is recognized by doctors and dietitians as one of the standard foods, and is particularly recommended for growing children. Taken ia the form of a beverage at breakfast or lunch, or after school in the afternoon, it is easily digested and the children love it. Give your children Cowan's Cocoa everyday, and it will help them to develop sturdy con- stitutions which will be the foundation for good health all through life. Fttttm t M ft, f.'t it if Ktt stnt rtfmtst. The COWAN CO., Limited Tore.10 COCOA if Mr..M. R. Jennings, our past-presl- president, W. J. Huntingford at Wain- ient, -and express their condolences wright be deputed to attend the fun- with Mrs. Jennings aud family ir I 3ral as the representative of the as- I their bereavement; also that the vice-l aodation." J. Kenney, M.C.R. roadmaster at St. Thomas, Ont., is dead. Wetaskhvin is considering taking a vote for a municipal hospital. to neutralize the acid and make it! ''y givlnS 'ree transportation on the bland and harmless, a teaspoonful ofl, cars' ,tlle are assist- bisurated magnesia, a good and efec- tive corrector of acid stomach, should he taken in a quarter glass of hot or cold water after eating or gas, sourness or acidity is felt. This sweetens the stomach and neutralizes the acidity in a few moments and is a .perfectly harmless and inexpensive remedy to use. An antlacid, such us blsurateii mag- nesia, which can bo obtained from any druggist in either powder or tablet form enables the stomach to do Its work properly without the ahl of arti- ficial digestcnts. Magnesia comes in -several forms, so be certain to ask for ami Utke only Illsurated Magnesia, which is especially prepared for thc above Simple Phosphate Real Builder of Strength and Nerve Force, Says New York Physician. "Summon sense {is .well as experi- ence should teacli thoKi; who suffer from nervousness ami weakness the most logical thing to do is to put into l.lniir systems the substance tiiat is bcidiig. and that is pure organic phosphatf, sayfl Dr. HarriKaii. Ilinlnbotham ft Co. or any r-'uoiJ druggist can supply you giMiiiinc Bitro-Plio.sphiite at reasonable ng in meeting the trains, and several handsome donations of funds have been received to help expenses. In fact, everybody's in on the game, to make this a big for the visitors. Everything points to next week being one of the most successful conven- tions ever held in the city. BOARD OF RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS TO SIT FREIGHT DIFFERENTIALS OTTAWA, Feb. Press.) the board of rail- way commissioners ot the differen- tials in freight rates as between east and west will commence at Vancouver about April 1. The board will hoar representatives of railways and ship- I pers in the large cities from coast to The board's itinerary has not yet been duHniloly decided upon, but the probable date of the (irst hearing at Vancouver is April 1 next. OF P. EXPRESS REGRET AT MR. JENNING'S DEATH See Zane "Desert Gold; latest release. Monday. CAIXJAnv, 'Feb. a meeting of the executive of the Alberta divi- sion of the Canadian Press associa- tion this morning the following reso- lution was passed "That the members of tho execu- tive of tin- Alberta division of tho Canadian I'rons association express M- dcou nf Inoa Iha riaatb SOFT DRINKS IN ALL VARIETlES-Delicious berry and Raspberry, the real spark'ing 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 for 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. Far Sale Wherever Drinks Are Sold Delivered at Your Home, 2 dozen, Net Lethbridge Breweries Ltd. PHONE 584 ;