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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEJT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25. 1921 THE MYSTERY OF THE GREAT WINDFALL BY K yiooplo cuiimn trusf eyos What ma llH'.v trust. 1 ask m >ou? !f rht-y IjelU'vi- tlic things they ecC What is ilu'ro fur their eyes to tluV Kabbit. Peter is to bo excused for fueling that way. Like all the other little peo- ple or the (Jreon Forest ami tho (liven Meadows ho depends on his and his nose aud his ears. If lie couldn't 'Jojiend on them he wouldn't live knig. Ilis nose had told him thai there was a Bear asleep under the great wiim- fall and liis eyes had told him that that Bear was wearing a hrown coat. Now Juniper tho Hare declared that Buster Bear wore a black coat and nothing but a black coat. It was very mysterious. Jumper ad- mitted it was mysterious. That is. it was mysterious if Peter's eyes hadn't j played a trick on him. "It probably was too dark in there for you to see whether his coat was black or declared Jumper. sir, it wasn't too re- torted Peter. "There was a little ray of light in there and I tell you that Buster Bear is wearing a brown coal. It you don't believe it go in there and see for yourself." "There is no use in going in there now, because it is night and I couldn't tell what color his coat replied Jumper "but il you will stay around here until daylight I will go in there with you." Peter agreed to this. So they spent haven't a word to say, except that it is the greatest mystery I ever heard replied Jumper, fiecommendi Daily Use of Magnesia to'Oevrcome Trouble, Caused by Fermenting Food and Acid Indigestion. Gas and wind In the stomach ac- companied by that full, bloated infi after eating are almost certain evidence'of the presence of excessive hydrochloric acid in the stomach, cre- ating so-called "acid indigestion." Acid stomachs are dangerous be- cause too much acid irritates the deli- cate lining cC the stomach, often lead- ing to gastritis accompanied by seri- ous ulcers. Food ferments and sours, creating the distressing gas which distends the stomach and hampers the normal functions of the vital in- ternal organs, often affecting the heart. It is the worst of folly to neglect such a serious condition or to treat with ordinary digestive aids which have no neutralizing effect on the stomach acids. Instead get from any j druggist a few ou------" Magnesia and tak obviously inadmissible preten- tious, Kvtm tin.1 Post, who has supported Turkey, Holts: "Leave ID i out that Turkey did not win the V.MI-." and ;uUls: "C'leitrly the Turkish Nationalist ;ire looking to- 1 j ward Moscow and Bumbling on I 1 (lit1 01 11 Bolshevik j Uii> spring." i i The Chroniclo said (ho Turks would j be hkely to a? rot" to tho proposals it I i. hoy rot Smyrna and Thninty, "there no power to compel their exe- cution. of other chaises of the treaty.'" The London Times, which cliafes at the delay will result under the sending of u. commission w the Near Kast. points out wide differences ictween tho tipures regarding racial populations iu Symrna and Thrace j i-iiich were submitted by Uic Turks .iid Greeks. Hotli the Turks and Greeks huve been told that only this week will be iveii 10 their affairs, as the allies Railways Will Adopt Fast Time Canadian Roads Will Run on Fast Schedule May 1 to Oct. 2, MONTREAL, Feb. dian railroads will probably oper- ate on daylight saving time from May 1 to October 2, according to an announcement by the Railway Association of Canada, today. In the interests of the travelling public, the association is appealing o the various Canadian ies to adopt this year uniform dates m -which to begin and terminate the daylight saving plan. -Much unnecessary confusion hag jeen caused to travellers during the ast few summers municipalities saving" time and upon to '-standard" time conflicting dates. The spring general change of time on Canadian railways will probably ake effect ou Sunday, May 1, and the iill general change on Sunday, Oct. 2. The Bnilway Association of Can Mothers! Keep Syrup Pepsin Handy An houMhoU mtcmitly, wonderful remedy for Someone may need it may minutcl A A in the family look to the mother for guidance uid advice in the nultitude of little Hint arise ulmoit daily. tlic minor uihnentti are those that precedu or follow constipation. The experienced mother will tell this one to ex- ercise more and that cut down on certain binding foods, but when iheae cautions fail she has to advise medicine. Modern people :ire getting away from the notion that simple consti- pation, a headache, biliousness, colds, feverishness, indigestion, require a drastic, weakening drug. They take a teaspoonful or less of Dr. Caldwell's Laxative .Syrup Pepsin, which ia but a cam- "bination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin. The full formula is on every package. It ia a mUd, gentle remedy that does not gripe or weaken. The taste is syrupy and pleasant, and as it is free from narcotics and mercurials, mothers have for thirty years past felt safe in giving it to infanta. A sixty-cent bottle will last a family months, and it guaran- teed toproducc the result) claimed or your money will be refunded. You will find nothing better for disorders of the stomach, liver than this same Dr. results. Many thouxnnda off am- ilies are never without a bottle in the house, and lastyearover eight million bottles were sold in drug stores, the largest sale of its kind in the world.' These believers in Dr.Caldwell'a Laxative Syrup Pepsin no longer take caloue! or castor oil, salt waters, physics or purgatives even if made into a sugar-coated pill, for they have learned that they can get better, safer and more agreeable results with Dr. Caldwell'sLaxative Syrup Pepsin. If you will once bring a sixty-cent bottle into your home and take a teaspoonful the next time you feel constipated you will never thereafter be without it Try It FREE Tin-re me hauls of families trno it-ill irant ro prorc w This is our recoi-fl and we are proud of it. We can do the same for you. Nothing makes a woman so well dressed as a smartly-fitting -well-' tailored suit. The prices of the SINTON suits are generally lower than the ready- to-wear, but the quality is at least 100 per cent, higher. A reputable ladies' tailor stakes his reputation op every suit he makes. Ao garment is to leave this establishment that does not have a perfect fit. R SINTON 815 3RD AVE. SOUTH, f TAILOR. PHONE 1236. PUREFOOD MARKETS Prime Roasts Beef, Choice Boiling Beef, Choke Shoulders of Mutton, whole or half, per lb....22c Prime Roast Beef Dripping, Finest Home Cured .Bacon, whole or half slab, Ib. ..45c New Laid Eggs, per dozen........56c Choice Creamery' Butter, 2 ASK FOR SHAMROCK BRAND HAMS, BACON, LARD AND BUTTER THE EMPIRE'S STAND- ARD. USED FROM COAST TO COAST. P.BURNS CO., LTD. DOMINION FISH MARKET HILL BLOCK. PHONE MS. MAIN MARKET 3RD AVE, PHONE 412. DOMINION MARKET HILL BLOCK. PHONE ;