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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FOURTEEN WE LBTHHRIDGE IVLILI HERALD SATt'RDAY, FEBRUARY 10.1031 CURIOSITY IS TOO MUCH FOR HAPPY JACK BY THORNTON W. BURGESS FORLIVELYAFF1 Club Members to Gather Mon- day A'ight to Celebrate Six- teenth liirthdny of llotary I Caught in draught! l-ititf luck or back I (won't last long BAUME BENGUE it ippKfd. effect Alas, h'ow good Intention fulls prevails! Rabbit. Chatterer the Red Squirrel looked flown from llic rloorwuy.- of Bobby Coou's house and grinned at Peter Kabblt. ''Probably you are right. Pet- said he. "I didn't know that any folks are in tho habit of keep- ing their children with them all wint- er, but if Bobby and Mrs. Coon have- n't their children with them rljfht here in this hollow tree they certain- Jy have a lot of friends Bleeping with them. If that's the case there is no reason why Bobby and Mrs. Coon shouldn't have theirs. Anyway, there certainly is a. big ball of Coons down there." Chatterer's big cousin, Happy Jack the Gray Squirrel, sniffed. "I don't be- lieve itf" said he. "You can't make me believe that Bobby Coon audv Mrs. Coon are so silly as to keep those grant, healthy, fully-grown children of theirs with them ail winter.'1 "But I've just told you that Jimmy I and Mrs. Skunk have done the same cried Peter. "I don't believe that re- torted Happy Jack. "It probably was so dark down there in Jimmy Skunk's house that you didn't know what you "Probably you are right, said he. did find there. You can't make me be- lieve that anybody will keep a whole family of children with them all winter." exclaimed Chatterer who They WORK while you sleep" never is en t4ie best of terms with his big icousin. "Huh! Some people havo to bite their tongues to learn that I AVIuMi the Rotary club of LctlibrlriRe gathers Monday night to celebrate the j mmivorsary nC tho begin-1 ulng of tho Rotary spirit, it will tint be a noisy, hilarious event, but ratlin1 a yeriuus douumstraUmi tbut tho re hay conn." into the ox- prussioii of tho old iftldcn Kule and that they have part in it. Somu facts will bo re- vealed at this nu'otmg, fact? which arc now even to members of the local club, especially thopo who have united with llu1 organization within the past few mouths. The story of tho begiu- nitig of Hotary is interesting, even to thoso who have hoard narrative, and this, with the ments of the most recent months, which doal especially with tho accept- ance of Rotary principles by tlio peo- (Contributed.) It woirt cost you anything to Join the ivosla Club, only you ta subscribe to the following motto of the club, "United we climb to success and he who profits most helps pies of foreign lands, will prove of other fellow climb.' interest. But the program goes This club has been formed la tie much farther than this, and tho result-! Y- M- C. A. for young men and older will be a session of the keenest worth to help them to get a clearer out- to the Hotarians themselves and of an j on 'he great responsibility of educational value to the people who, citizenship which will be theirs in the through tlie newspapers and future and to get a clear coifc will gain a new insight into Rotary ception of what "real success is Asks Thai Provincial Government Help to Finance Their Projects At a largely attended meeting in Medicine Hat on Wednesday utter-, noon called to iloal with tho locaf The Finest and Purest Tfct Sold n There Is genuine pleasure in its daily use. Black Green j Try a packet from jrmkrjpoeer, or Mixed J but be Mire If "SaUda'r VENIZELOS GOING TO LONDON ideals and activities. BOYS CLUB AT "Y" GROWING RAPIDLY how it can be obtained. Tho stand- points dealt with win be from the moral, sociil and vocational. The 'name- was chosen for tho club at the last regular session and it cer- The boys of Lethbrldge arc certain- will be tile name and tho members ly taking advantage of the fine boys' will he called Ironlans. The Club has their teeth are sharp. What is so is club room at the "Y." There are now been in existence for a "number of tainly involves a lot. The Ivonla Cliib government of the province of Alberta !_m ic __., 1 Irrigation projects, tlio following petition was adopted and is bolus ninTn warded to the government 1ARIS> Premier "Wtoreas tho two irrigation pro- of jects, Madlclno Hat Southern ami I Boveral political leaders here yestcr- Medicine Hat Eastern, have now been relative to the coming near oast' thoroughly by tho en- gineers of the irrigation branch of tho department of interior and hava secured the approval of tho minister of. interior.of Canada. 'And whereas the two districts have now been fully formal under tho Irrigation Act of tlio province of Al- berta. "And whereas tho engineering and construction program necessary to operation of said districts cannot be undertaken unless by the- government of the province of Alberta. "And whereas- irrigation of th lands adjacent to the city of Medicine Hat is more needed than in any other district in the province of Alberta. "Now therefore, we, the under- signed do hereby humbly petition the it doesn't make the least dif- j siity-five juvenile members, 160 jun- 1 weeks but has been operating without ference in the world whether you be- ior and 110 older boy members in con- a constitution. They have had a very lieve it or not. It Is easy enough for you to find out if what I have is true. The door, is open and all you nection with the Boys' Department- fair attendance at the meetings which and see for yourself.1 I "I wouldn't think of doing such a I thing. That Is Bobby Coon's house and no sue else has any right in repliSd Happy Jack .with dignity. I "You're afraid. That's all that's troubling-you. You won't go because i you don't retorted Chatter- "WeU, this ia too Una a morning i to waste. "I've too much to do to sit here gossiping any longer." With this Chatterer jumped over to the next tree and soon disappeared in the tree tops. Happy Jack pretended that he also had important business and started off in the opposite direc- tion. But ho didn't go far. He went only far enough to get out of Peter Kabbit's sight, then hid where he could watch Peter without being seen by Peter. Peter sat a while looking up at Bobby Coon's doorway ac if he thought that by so doing he could briug Bobby Coon out. At last he turned and slowly hopped away. Just as soon as Happy Jack was sure tbat Peter was not likely to turn hurried back to Cobby Coou's I tree. He climbed up almost to Bobby i Coon's doorway. There he paused. "Of said he to himself, "I hafe- n't any business to go in there. I won- der If Chatterer told the truth. I can't believe it without .seeing it. No, sir, I simply can't. Whoever heard of such a thing: as a >whoie family sleep- ing together all winter! I wish I knew what tbat red scamp really did find in there. Of course it wouldn't do any- body any harm if I should peek ini there. No one would kaoWt- aiiyway I Tako one or two Cascarets occasion- wish I knew." ally to keep your liver and bowels j Happy Jack looked this way and active. When bilious, constipated, that way. He saw no one Then ho headachy, unstrung or for a cold, uiv climbed quite up to the doorway and HI. Peeped It was BO dark in there The directors of the "Y" are very are. held In the form of a noon day pleased with the results and they ara lunch every Thursday at 12.15. The have to do is to go right down in there far past their highest expectations. I cost of the Itmch is only 35 cents. If But there Is still room for you want to enjoy the fellowship of three hundred boys. So come on boys a good bunch foV one hour every week make us a call at the office in the boys' department and get fixed up. Cobalt miners have voted that they are satisfied with the recent wage cut of 75 cents a day. and at the same time improve your intellect and ambitions for life, come along. The idea of the whole being along Club. obtaining membership In this, club is tho lines of a Junior Rotary If any further information re Calgary school board estimates for required see Mr. Petley at the "Y." this year are an increase of Jllo.OOO over last year. (0 introduce during the present slon of parliament such legislation as shall be requisite to enable the fin- ancing of Medicine Hat Southern and Medicine Hat Eastern Irrigation dis- tricts." On the of a nominating committee, composed of Mayor Huck- vale, Messrs. J. W. McLane, G. L. Frawr and John Reynolds It was de- cided that the following be the dele- gation to wait upon the government Messrs. A. Belcher, B. L. Chudleigh, J. W. McLane, H. A. J. N. Terrill, L. N. Laidlaw and Dr. Oer- shaw, representing the Chamber of Commerce and representatives to be. chosen by the council, the Medl-l ern conference In London. He an- nounced would sUy In that city until the conference was over. A Home dispatch states Foreign Minister Sforza of Italy left for Lon- don Isst After this week membership to this! cine.Hat Eastern and Southern Irriga-' Club will have to be done by person tion -districts, the Manufacturers' as- reauirinE admission bavins thnir name' sociatinn, the Retail Merchants' asso- brought in and brought "before the elation, the Municipal District of Ex- board of directors of the Club before attendance will be allowed at the Club Quickly Conquers Constipation Don't let coniti nation poison your blood celsior, the Medicine Hat U.F.A., the Dunmore U.KA. and the Rotary Club. meetings. The first line of addresses The meeting decided that tho Cham- given will be along general moral and of Commerce be asked to have the social problems facing young men and! delegation as large as possible, then the month of April will be vocat-1 Messrs. W. H. F.adcliff, J. M. Mac- ional month and time will be spent Arthur, J. W. McLane, Henry L. with Individual members, to help them i Cavan, H. Howey and Dr. Hawko in their vocational decisions. Groups! were named as a committee to look will be formed of all interested along' after the matter of having the peti-. certain lines and an expert in each tion to the' government, as d bowels and curtail your energy. If your liver and don't work prop- erly take CARTER'S llftli Llv.r today and your trouble will ___ cease. For dizziness, lack of appetite, headache and blotchy skin nothing can eqnal them. Purely fcgetahle. Small Fill-Small vocation will meet with each group. 1 Last week the boys heard a very In- I teresting talk from General Stewart I on "Barrages." Thursday at noon Dr. Wray gave the Club a talk on "Sex Education. signed as possible. OTTAWA FIRE OTTAWA, Feb. to the :ts so nicely as Cascarets. Children love them, too. 10, i5, 50 cents. TORONTO In Centre of Shopping and Business District ROOMS 100 with Piivata he could see nothing. Once more he looked this .way and that Then in he went. (Copyright, 1320, by T. W. Burgess) The next story: Happy Jack." "Chatterer Jeers The Awociited Board o! Academy of Music the Royal College of Munc LONDON, ENGLAND. Lteal ia Mwic Britiik Enpire fKISIDftiT: Your Newspaper Daily Necessity of Life Tom- newspaper has a most import- ant part in your daily life. Through it you get each day all the news of the world, the latest happenings from London, Paris, New York and Berlin. These four great news gathering cen- tres send out each day news of the most vital international importance The Allies decide on what Ger- many's reparation indemnity shall be. In a few hours your newspaper brings that news to vou red hot off the wires A big railway strike is called in Eng-, You hear about It as soon as I the public of England who are Im- mediately affected, j You get your market your local news, ifhat your own govein- uients are doing and In addition to this many features of international, national and provincial interest. Your daily newspaper Is one of the greatest features of modern civiliza- tion. To keep abreast of even-to you must be a newspaper reader. _ These facts arc set forth' in detail m a series ot advertisements by the Calgary Herald appearing !u this pap- WHEN BABY BUMPS Her Head, Take Away thePaia with ABSORBINE JR." When any of the children cut a! finger, or bruise a knee, or burn a hand, or sprain a shoulder, soothe the pain the the swel- applying "ABSORB INE JR." Every home which is blessed with happy, active kiddies should haw "ABSORBINE JR." handy.' When an accident happens, you need help quickly. "ABSORBINE JR." completely stops the pain, heals cuts and sorts from becoming infected. "ABSORBINE JR." is a germicide that is absolutely safe and i pleasant to use. In fact, it is often used as a mouth wash and gargle for sore throat, when properly diluted. a bottle, at most druggists or %Knt postpaid by W. F. VoUNG, INC., Lyman Building, Montreal. NO TARIFF WAR MADRID. Feb. IS.-Satiafactory so- Jutlon of the tariff controversy be- tween Spain France, wbicb has threatoned a new tariff between tho countries can bu found, it is be- lieved, in Spanish cabinet circles The council of ministers considered the situation yesterday, taking up the desire of France to postpone thn payment of the Spanish loan to that country, payment of which was in- sisted upon by Spanish bankers. 'QUAKES IN SOUTH AMERICA SAN SALVADOR, licpublic of Sal- vador, Fob. shocks felt last night In Guatemala anil Salvador, according to advices receiv- ed here today. "TOKM. Ihe iine.r vim, mate ana congestion, and protect a io ica. Recommended for CoiA Enukilii, II. C.Iini nnd Atlku. CroEolcne bae been 1 he bcnsflt i Send for descriptive booklet. A good attendance was on of was caused early heard thia very important subject th'3 by a fire which destroyed dealt with. In a very careful manner tne large business block at Welling- and the great ideal that a clean body ton alul Sherbrooke avenue occupied is essential for a clean mind and thus by the Hardware company and a successful life, was brought out in Jos- IIacna Drygoods company. The a forcible manner. The doctor also family ol Mr. Hanna, who lived above stated tbat to be .successful ia life a jtne storB' a narrow escape from suffocation, being forced to jump from a second storey window. There had to be master of his sei im pulses. A good speaker will he on hand for next week so get out and join tlio Ivonia Club for young men, the bes: club in town. Want it Thrown Open For Set- tlement By Returned Soldiers Feb.' year's of [ho G. W. V. A. will he held at Saskatoon. Regina, Hwift Current and Moose Jaw wero all afteV the honor. The convention went on record as urging the soldier settlement board to make an effort to secure the land at present held by the pld colony of I Mennonites in the neighborhood of Hague and Swift Current, for the pur- pose of soldier settlement. In the matter of land settlement the con- vention approved a resolution by which the term soldier should be amended to include the widowed mother or dependent of a deceased soldier in the case of privately-owned or Dominion lands. Also that the pro- visions of the act be extended to pro- vide adequate assistance to rancher settlers. Girls! Save Your Hair With Cuticura FCZEMA I mcnt for EC 71 ma and It at 01 You are oof I n (j wit en an4 skin Irrlia- PRESS GALLERY NAMES OFFICERS were no-casualties. Grand-Father smiles while Baby tells him how nice his beard feels and how sweet it smells. The secret is the morning wash with.Btby'a Own Soap same ai Mother uiea for hertelf and for the children. fa purity assmct skin comfort to the most JeScste skin, which u why it is "Best for BJby ind Best for Rota of France, Geranium from Tuna. mJ olfur natural fsrfama. rare, upeiurW, tut good, giae tfitit aroma to OimSoaf. BABY'S OWN SOAP Baby You -ALBERT SOAPS, LIMITED. Mb.. MONTREAL OTTAWA, Pub. Press.) annual meeting of the parlia- mentary press gallery took place to- day with the following election of officers Chisholm, Manlnba Freo and Toronto Star. H. Black- lock, Ikntreal Gazette J Jeffers, Toronto lobo. Bllodeau, the re- lirlng president, and M. O. O'Leary, Ottawa Journal; Claude Melanson, I'rcsso, Montreal; Langlols, Le Solcil, Quebec; Chan, niuhop, Citizen, Ottawa; M. J. Canadian Presg, How To Keep Fit Be Alive to the Dangers of Uric Acid T F the world were fully alive to the effects of -L uric acid in there would be much less suffering than at present. Every sufferer from "rheumatism, sciatica, gout, lumbago and kindred complaints should realize that these afflictions are caused by poisonous elements in the system. When your Sidneys fail to drain..the dangerous urfc acid from the Wdodj, the first symptoms of kidney disease quickly backache, constipation, dizziness, pains in the sides. At the first sign of any of these symptoms you should take Gin Pills at once. .They will give you speedy relief, This splendid remedy removes the trouble by going straight to the kidneys. Gin Pills help these organs Jo perform their natural function once again, and the blood is soon purified. [Thousands of sufferers daily tes- tify to the excellence of Gin Pills cases of Idfyg standing having obtained relief from fine remedy. Do not let your kidneys go front bad to worse. At the first sign of trouble, go to your nearest dealer and buy Gin .box. Or, If you'prefer, a free sample of Gin Pills will be nailed upon request National Drug and Chemical Co, of Canada, Limited Toronto, Ontario Gino Pills gold in the United States are the same as Gin Pills sold in Canada. United States Address: Na-Dru-Ca, Inc., 202 Main St, Buffalo, N.Y, ;