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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, FEBRUARY U IWt PETER CONJ1NUESH1S SEARCH BY BURGESS When you set out to do a thing Sue it through. Never will you be content 'Til you do. Rabbit. TVfcen Peter Rabbit left Bobby Coon's house in the Green Forest be hod no particular place in mind to go- So for a while ho hopped along rath- er aimlesslv, all tho time thinking shout tho surprising discovery that Jimmy Skunk and Bobby Coon kept their children with them all winter. Thinking of Bobby Coon reminded Peter that Buster Bear is Bobby's big cousin. "He's one of the seven sleepers, thought Peter. "I -wonder It lie is sleeping where he did last winter. would like to havo a peek at him asleep. It would be safe enough, for If he sleeps like the rest of the seven sleepers it would take more than little me to wako him up. Of course he will be all alone, for there isn't any Mrs. Bear. Buster has been living alone here in the Green Forest sver since ho came. If there was o Sirs. and some' young Bean I wonder if they would all sleep with Buster through the-winter. I must ask Bust- er some time when I find him awake end good natured." Peter continued on deeper Into the Green Forest until he came to a great windfall. A windfall, as probably you know, is a tangle of fallen trees, up- rooted by a groat wind. They had fall, en one on another so that they made a great mass. Under them Buster Bear -had srads his den one winter. The winter before it had been ic a care under an orerhanging ledge of j-ock. Both places had been warm, comfortable homes. When Peter reached the great wind- fall he stopped just beyond the edge of it and stared at it very hard as if he thought that if he stared enough lie might seexright through that snow- covered mass. The fact is now that he was there Peter felt considerable hes- itation. Buster Bear is so very big and has such great claws and teeth that all the other little people have a great deal of respect for Win, no Badly. Cutlcura Heals. "ETH ihra I era remmbtr, my chat, fact. unn wat with dry, red plnpln. They were eot- tttti all ova rat, and itched terribly tt times, I Kf'tched them, CBUB- ing them to fattr and (tt aore. they would dry awajr and fotm icala which burnut badly. Then I uted Cutkuia Sqap and I had theni two or three timea when I felt better and I wu healed with one boi of Cuticura Ointment together with the Cuticura Soap." (Signed) Miss Rnasell.Uaoitoba.Febniary 19, It Cuticnra Soap and Ointment for all toilet purposes. Soap to cleanse. Ointment to heetL PACIFIC MILK IS GOOD The herds of the Pacific Coast are fed out of floors all the winter through. The fields of the Fraser Valley are always groer.. The Flavor Is Like Fresh Cream. PACIFIC MILK CO., LTD. Factories at Ladntr and Abbotsford, B.C. P. Burnt A Company, dis- tributors for Alta. A Sask. The ground trembled and buildings fell In flames and but he lived to see the mur- quake, and the woman Har. old loved was somewhere in the midst of the awful havoc. What did Lord Ingeitre do? It's one M the thoutand thrill- ing moments In Metro's, all- pleturlntlon of "The the cyclonic Drury Lune RMlodrnma, it the Col- on III Theatre on Wednesday met Thursday. If you miss K you will mlts a red-letter picture 'Of laid Peter to himself, "as I said before there is no danger." matter they may say. It was one thing to Vv be .would like to peep at Buster asleep, but now that he .was where he suspected Buster might be it was quite another thing to go ahead and do it. You know Peter is natur- ally timid. "Of said Peter to himself, "as J said before there is no danger. If he is in there asleep I couldn't him if I trierf." "But suppose be shouldn't be suggested Doubt. "Of course he's asleep. He hasn't been out this replied Curios- ity. "You don't know what trouble you may get into in there. Besides, it is no business of yours whether or not ho is whispered Doubt. "It may be none of your business, but It certainly isn't going to do any- body any said Curiosity. "He may not be in there at all. The only way yon can find out is to go in and see for yourself." How long Peter would have contin- ued to hesitate no one knows. The matter .was settled for him. Happen- ing to look over his shoulder he saw Terror the Goshawk, and saw that Terror saw him. Peter didn't wait. There might be danger under that windfall. Ha didn't know. But there was no doubt about the danger out- side. Terror tha Goshawk was more to be feared than Buster Bear could possibly be. Peter dived headfirst un- der that windfall. Ami he was barely in time at that. 1921, by T. W. Burgess) The neit story: "Peter Rabbit Makes an Elciting Discovery." SMOKING DURING BUSINESS HOURS An experiment of a big English firm in allowing its employees to smnko for stated periods during the day should give some of the well known efficiency experts on this side of the water something to think about. Smoking is generally strictly pro- hibited in factories, especially those In which tho nature of the work calls for steady labor, in the belief that Lime is saved. A firm in Preston, Ejiglr.ud, which has been experimenting in allowing employees to smoke, while at work, found the results so noticeable in making for increased output, that the scheme baa developed, and the ivofk- ore are now allowed to smoke for aa hour and a halt morning and after- noon. This conceasiou has resulted in a bigger factory production and great- er contentment among the "workers. Other factories are adopting similar rules. MONTREAL TO GIVE NO UNEMPLOYMENT DOLES MONTREAL, Feb. for unemployment doles were rejected yesterday when presented to E. R. Dec'ary, chairman of tha administra- tive commission. The request was made by a delegation of 10 men who iiatl been selected to represent live hundred unemployed who1 were then massed outside the entrance to the city hall. These men had held a meet- ing at tho Labor Temple, after which they marched to tho city hall, but no demonstration took placo. DANDERINE Stops Hair Coming Out; Thickens, Beautifies. FAMOUS AIRSHIP HAD LONG BATHE FOR SAFETY Photo shows the R-34, famous British airship, which has regained its Yorkshire base .after being helpless in the air for over 2-t hours. The crew of 40 men are safe. When yotu mends Red Rose Tei you wffl Know he wants you to have the beat because he maKes less profit, on Red Rose than on other He Knows it is the best quality. WHAT ARE V1TAM1NES? HOW TO COOK AN EGG AND CARE FOR BABY, TOLD SOLDIER WIVES Visiting Ladies Learning and Being Great Success ical health officer on Sanitation. Dr. Bayly spent several years overseas in army sanitary service work, and his experience makes it- possible for him to deal with the question of sanitation from the launiiryniau's standpoint, which is also the standpoint of the public ill a most interesting, manner. The programme of the convention is as follows: Thursday, February 24 10.30 a.m.: Address of Welcome, Mayor R.'H. Smith, M.D.: Response Professor Berger emphasized the on behalf of the Association, J. Kelch- proper dressing of birds for the mar- er, Moose Jaw; Consideration of ket, demonstrating upon several birds.; Communications; Announcements; To prepare them for tho market they Secretary's Heport, P. H. Hammond, should be fattened by being put into Miss McKinnon was the morning lecturer at tho Short Course School on Tuesday. Speaking on nutrition, and fed soft feeds such on uesay. peang o Miss McKinnon took up the various hours start wltn' then a food vahies and tho classification of day for 'ten days weeks, then foods, referring particularly upon vit- amines, which are found in milk, but- ter, fruit and vegetable juices, also in yeast. Winnipeg; President's Address, L. J. Rumford, Winnipeg; "Esprit de -Corps." M. L. Slade, Reglna; "Jianita- fbey should be starved for ,24 Dr. B. M.-Bayly, M.H.O., Moose Jaw. Thursday Afternoon 1.30: Management, B. McClure, field representative, L.N.R.; Charting Ei- starved 24 hours before ki ling Birds for selling should imt re ilrawn, the head and feet should ,16ft on. They should be dry plucked as scalding discolors the skin and it is The proper cooking of eggs, and the apt to torn. They should be correct feeding of the baby were oth- piucjiea while still warm, then thor- er points dwelt upon. Milk is the per- oughiy chilled before packing. feet balanced food for the child, who went on to explain the should never be fed uncooked starch. Of chickens, and the market- such as bananas or raw potatoes. Some ing anci grading of eggs, urging that of the comparative values of tho foods product be given the custom- were given. Thus an egg has three- er by selecting clean eggs, and those quarters tho Talue of a slice of bread, of uniform size. Hiss McKinnon followed in a prac- tical demonstration in bread making, showing the making of bread and Par in calories, while a cup of milk has twice the value of a slice of bread. In conclusion, Miss McKinnon em- phasized the vast importance of milk, ker House rolls, explaining many fruits, -vegetables and the coarser knotty points Vt0 interested aud- ience Mrs. Long led the gathering in com- munity singing during a short Inter- mission. The evening meal was served by parts of every day foods as a healthy diet. Care of the Baby The remainder of the morning ses- sion was taken up by an excellent lee- the A atter which tnrc on the care of the given by (s a[ (he erfol.mance being Mib3 Davidson who is also m cnarge for thefr hencflt by tho Black of the ?aby Clinic. Miss Davidson n'fl plel.rots_ preceded her demonstration, by a talk on pre-natal care for mothers, after- ward going on to the care of the; child. She advocated a plain layette, simple and easily laundered and that the baby's things be kept in a place by themselves. The baby's basket should contain olive oil, castor oil. safety pins, box for soap, absorbent cotton, etc. Everything should be _ placed in readiness before the bath is j commenced. Miss Davidson then pro- j needed to give a practical demonstra- Two Day Convention Will tion of the proper bathing, and cloth- ing the chilli. Luncheon wafc served by the ladies of the Roman Catholic church, after which'the remainder of tho children were examined at the baby clinic. Children's Department The coming of the children to the Held in Moose Jaw Feb. 2-1 and 25 When the laundrymen from all ov- er Western Canada meet in Moose Look Young is a. valuable asset to women in business, social and private life. Nothing helps so much as a good digestion. Poor elimination causes one to look iickly and faded. _ BEECHJW5 MLS sweeten the stomach, stimulate the mote elimination. This helps purify the Hoed, improve the complex- ioD.bringtherosesback to the cheeks. To look and feel Beech- aro's Pills WillHelpYou I ponses, J. A. IKiTldson, Winnipeg: Claims. Thomas Murray, Medicine Hat: The Chinese Question, A. M. Woodsldo, Reglna; Cost Aoconntinn. N. J. Chriitlo, Calgary; Machinery Upkeep, W. M. Kennedy, Fort Will tarn; Wash Room Economy, J. Helr- ous, Winnipeg; Working Room Equip, nient. T. H. CvrnUien, Chicago; Risks, A. O. Bugahawe, Winnipeg; Starch. II. H. Oalnw; Steam Econ- omy, S. Ptrrott, Saskatoon. 4.30: Vlalt to the Moose Jaw Stem Laundry, Ltd., and inspection of plank and exhibits. .00 DJn.; Bananet to visitors at the Royal Qeorgo Hotel. Friday Morning 10 a.m.: Water Softening, F. J. Keya, Winnipeg; Family Service, P. li. Hammond, Winnipeg; The Steam Laundry In Relation to the Com- munity, J. Kelcher, Moose Jaw; Pub- licity, L, J. Ifumford, Winnipeg; Ad- vertising, W. Pinfold, Ediponton. Question boi. Election of officers. The Alberta moving picture censor is likely to bar the film "Passion." Walter Smitten, labor secretary, says a month rental for a d-room- ed house a loW average in Calgary. Tho Doukhobcr colony at Brilliant, B. C., shipped 100 can of fruit last year. Smoke If jnm Gtrtil what "unwIlN Ing Blanche knows. Let her tell you. in CuMda. W. 4 MT MriidM a Ik Jaw on February 24-25, in the sixth i _ Short Course has created as much ex- annual convention of the North West eiteraent as the arrival of the mothers Canadian Laiimlrymen'a Association, least you would think so if you took a peep upstairs at Wesley Hall. where the babies are feeing cared for. There are all ages and chubby faced follcs. ivho they will have before them a me more interesting than ever before. It will include talks on almost every little branch of the laundry business. N. J. -ire content Christie of Calgary will lead the dis- cussion on the subject of "Cost.Ac- to sit still amirt the babel and play with toys; others who required to he while W. Pinfold, of Ed hushed off to sleep lips only too willin others all snugly tucked away clothes baskets and carriages, dreaming as peacefully as if and with grown- will speak on the subject of t0 do -it; and advertising. were at home. Mrs. W. H. Grey has All tiie sessions of the convention will be held in the Royal George hotel, which will be the headquarters of the delegates. The large drawing room of A few cents buys "Dajidnrlnn." After a few applications you cannot find a fallen hair or any (UimlnnT, be- sides every hair shows new Jif's, vigor, urVhtiiRHH, more color and undertaken the charge of these little Jh8 I'as, beon engaged for the people, anil the mothers are content !f conv to Inave them in tho c-anable hands will be entertain of Mrs. Grey and her hr-lnnrs. v wMlo on Thursday evening. !f convention. The vis- will be entertained at a banquet then- attend tho lectures. Baby's turn comes, of great importance to "e delegates wlU be given on Thurs- 1 when ho fc taken to the Baby e Clinic, which is open for several days by Dr. B. M. Bayly, med- during the course. i The New Indian Viceroy Mrs. Dmvsley has arranged a most interesting Kindergarten in another corner of the buildinp and here the toddlers and up, are having the. time of their Hve-s. revelling In the new and marvellous occupations presented to them, and liHteniiiK. all won dernier, t, to the wonderful fairy tales- that are being tolJ. 'Jhero are twenty-three children al- together. Monday Afternoon Session A very interesting lecture on dressing of poultry for market pur- posos by Professor Borgey' occupied tho major part of yesterday afternoon's of the Short Course being he hi in Wesley hall. Professor Bergey in- troduced his suhiect bv short 'ilk an inqilmtion In its two forms, natur- al ami artificial, He that, tlH) oh Irks be hatched in April or the; o.iriy pnrt of May. The hen should i iiatiul from Ihr blnl.s in a J HDSL at. leash 14 inches square niM shmil i ho fed once ;i day with wheat ;nid oats, green fend occasion- al'.v. .mil niven plenty of wafer. In artificial Incubation tlin tempern- turr. lm Icnpt at. 103 rlagrefis, of distinguished'service as high com- rh" lamp -.'Iimiid bo kmt In good con-! mtsKior.rr and special ambassador to m. th" pggn should bn of uniform, tho United Klatos from Great Britain (MiinoMi jui i oval, tin-nod twice a (hiring tho great .war period. Ho Is day until the cc4 the clglitocnth j here seen for tlm first time ill his offl- duy. Lord Heading, well known because Anocialxl Board of Royal Academy of Mtuic ft the Royal College of Music LONDON. ENGLAND. Load Enwhnfe-j U Moack Both. Eanire fATKON: PRKSIDENTt H. It. H. Prinr. K. O. Thl Aaxul Eiimiulioiu, hull PiKtal Tlmfial Wl U Ud iwi itk, TW. GoU Sihv thU n aflWrf Me SctielMihip, MUktfnf winner jttn ftm njitwB M other of CellcfM dw Ktndtri ten rlx opn. tlmuiat eKtincr in rlx opn. taclM jKipileirf ALLteectunofaHuK. 7'ienuekt tteuind fee ptepentien, tad ell of be eeaiiud MI nvlkxta H. WAIIRG DAVIS, inlliil, 11 IHIIerlMiMHIii.ete.4nd. UpMM. From one end of the earth to the other Grant traveled In order to blacken the name of his rival In the eyes of the girl they both loved. What came KJf It? Find out by aeelrui "The the tremendbut apec- tacular Drury Lane melo- drama of a thrllla, at the Colonial Theatre on Wednesday and Thursday. It's one of the greatest pic- tures Metro ever produced, and the cait U all-star. MILLED FOR THE PEOPLE FIT FOR THE KING ROYAL HOUSEHOLb CANADA'S BEST FLOUR YOUR DEALER CAN GET IT FOR YOU BAILIFFS SALE UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A CHATTEL MORTGAGE GIVEN BY ALFRED DUFFEY WILLIAM HYSSOP AND TO ME DIRECTED AGAINST THE GOODS AND CHATTELS OF ALFRED DUFFEY NAMED IN THE SAID CHATTEL MORT- GAGE I HAVE SEIZED THE FOLLOWING GOODS, NAMELY: 1 Bunk Car 1 Oil Tank and Studc- baker Wagon 1 International Water Tank 2 Packers 2 Rumley Engines 2 John Deere Engine Plows 2 Rumley Separators 1 Separator 1 took Car WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE On Friday, the 25ft Day of FebJKl AT WM. HYSSOP FARM, NORTHEAST OF, LETHBRIDGE AT THE HOUR OF 2.30 P.M. Dated, Lethbridge, Feb. 14th, 1921. T. J. SIMONS, BallM. AUCTION SALE Farm Stock, Implements Furniture There will be offered for sale by Public Auction at Chin, 9 miles eait of Coaldale ON TUESDAY, MARCH 1ST, 1921 AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP. THE FOLLOWING: 1 matched team of black geldings, 7 years old, weight 3500 Iha.; 1 matched team of bay geldings, 7 years old, weight 3100 Ihs.; 1 black gelding, B years old, 'weight 1500 Ibs.; 1 black geldinK, 6 years old, weight 1300 Ibs.; 1 grey mare, 7 years old, weight 1500; 1 iron grey mare, 7 years old, weight 1400 Ibs.; 1 black gelding, 8 years old, weight 1300 1 black gelding, 9 yean old, weight 1300 Ibs.; 1 grey mare, 8 years old, weight 1250; 1 bay gelding, 8 years old, weight 1600; 1 black gelding, 3 years old, weight 1300 1 chestnut gelding, 5 years old, weight 1400 Ibs.; 1 black gelding, 7 years old, weight 1400 Ibs.; 2 horse colts, 1 year old; 1 mare colt, 1 year old. IMPLEMENTS G new Harrow Carts; 2 Massey-Harris Binders, nearly new 3 Double Disc-Deerlng Drills, new; 2 Bain Wagons, tires, near- ly new; 2 Tanks, 150 bushels, nearly new; 1 set of Lever Iron Har-'' rows, four-section, nearly new; 1 Massey-Harris Reaper; 1 P. o. Sulky Plow; .1 heavy Lumber Wagon; 1 California Wagon, wide tread; 1 Fanning Mill; 5 seta of Double Team Harness, heavy; 12 Horso Collars, Jweat Pads; 2 Bedsteads 1 Cook Stove; 1 Hetter Kitchen Table. Numerous other articles. TERMS CASH. NO RESERVE. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer owrten: M. MCLEAN, o. BOYD, j. HAIBECK. cierk: w. MCGUIME. ;