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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1921 STRIPED CHIPMUNK'S WINTER BY THORNTON" w. BURGESS AVIioso thrift pro pares Tor winter To draw its latter sting. Will wait without :i worry v The coming of tho spring. rhipimmk. Striped Chipmunk paused in the act Cf runniuc: along Hie snow cov- ered old stone wall. "I you, Peter Kabbit. You cloa't to trJk to mo; you want me to to you, All you'll do is ask questions. This is 11 nice day, but I have been out quite long enough. My feet are geting cold and If there is anything I caa't stand it is cold ho cried. i "Wait a minute. Wait a mlnyte. Striped begged Peter. "There are some things 1 want to know very much. This is no way to treat an old friend like me. Jnst think, I haven't seen you since last fall and here it is almost spring." "I wish it were spring this rwy declared Striped Chipmunk. "I'm tired of staying in the houie with nothing to do but eat and ono thins I want to interrupted Peter Rabbit. "Da you eat Jn the "Of courw I retorted Strlpad Chipmunk. "What do you ittpposs I nearly worked my head off for in the fall storing away seeds and nuts and torn? Did you think I did it just for fun? It may be all right to make work for fuu but I nerer could any sense in trying to make fun work. And that wag real work last fall. It anybody worked any harder than I did I don't know who It wat. But thanks to that work I've had plenty to eat this winter." "Then you don't sleep all winter the way Johnny Chuck does? I mean, you don't sleep right cried Pe- ter. "I do not. Indeed I do replied Striped Chipmunk. "Johnny Chuck has to. He doesn't store up any food outside his own akin. So he sleeps and sleeps and Bleeps. "I replied Peter. "I tried to wake him and couldn't. I couldn't even make sure if he was aliye." "Do you mean to say you have been down In Johnny Chuck's house, Peter demanded Striped Chip- munk, looking quite horrified. Peter nodded. "I Juit down to Bee if he was explained. "I "Of course it was re- torted Striped Chipmunk. GRIP Take Qrovo'm Lmxmtlvu Quinine JOc. Be sure you get BROMO The genuine beus this signature dWnt do any harm." declared Striped Chipmunk, "I certainly am glad my house is too small for mch a bundle ot curiosity zis you to get in, I should hate to think people were prowling a- round In my house while I slept." Peter hang his head. "I suppose it wasn't nice ot" said he. ''But I did want to know If Johnny Chuck was aliTe. It was very comfortable down there in his house." "Of course it was re- torted Striped Chipmunk. "It is com- fortable down in my house. Johnny and I make our house deep enough iu the ground to be comfortable. I've got as comfortable a bedroom down there as any one could desire. My storerooms are right handy. In one I've got corn and in one seeds and in ons acorns. When the weather is very cold I sleep. When it warms up a little I wake up, eat what I need, some- times take a peep outside and then go to sleep again. Twice before this when you were not about I caruo out for a look around. I've managed to keep track oC what has been going on, for I've seen Tommy Tit the Chickadee and ha has told me the news. I've got plenty ot food down there for the spring so I don't have anything to %bout. Altogether it has been a good winter, a very good winter. My, that wind la cold! I think I'll run down for another nap." "Are your children sleeping with asked Peter hurriedly. "Mercy, exclaimed Striped Chipmunk. He shouted "goodby" over his shoulder and with a flirt ot his tail was gone. Copyright 1931, by T. "W. Burgess. Ths next story: Queer Procession." "Peter Seea a Local Member Not In Accord With Lib. Amendment Ottawa Dispatch. Says He Mar Vote With Government on First Division AmtMuvin-Federation of Labor AVill Let Soviet Savages Know Opinion I WASHINGTON, Feb. Or- panized labor throughout the world is urged to raise its voice In protest against the "ruthless prosecution jnd slaughter of labor in soviet Russia in an issued here by the Amer- ican Federation of Labor. "Let the soviet savages know what labor of the civilized world thinks of their bestial system." the appeal declares. "Let every labor organization in the country respond." The federation's statement de- clared that after tricking labor in- to supporting the soviet regime, Trotsky and Lenfne, its leaders, began -'carrying out their threats of extermination of the leaders of labor and peasant parties and also of so-called "The offensive of labor union- ists was very said the afreal, "they are fundamentally opposed to the so-called govern- ment set up by Lenine and his handful of associate dictators. As far as Is possible under the ruth- less tyranny, organized labor of Russia is everywhere in a state of full revolt." ISOLATE BIG TOE Feb. stocking -ttliouhl bo shujiod liko ;L mlttui with ;i pUu-e fur tho iiijr ton lo prevent de- i'orinUJQa oC the to the advico given in Otty club by Dr. Kemlriek Smith. oC Huston, "titockiugs made hi modern way liko Itags uro tho sources of much lie said. ITS AXIOMATIC" that children of any age thrive well on ScottsEmulsion It is nourishment abundant in strength-siting and growth-promot- ing substances. MAKERS OF Ki-nDlDS CnnulM) INDIGESTION 20-lSik RICAN WAR NOW AVERTED WASHINGTON, f.b. 2S. Thrtitemd war betwttn and Coita Rica, averted sirly with the aurrtnder of the Coita Rlcu army In Goto, accord. ing to word received here by J. E. Leftvra, charge d'affaires of the Panama legation. Fordney Bill May Meet Our Budget Ottawa Expects Bill To Become Exert An Effect Here Feb. ultimate fate of ths Fordney bill at the hands of the now president of the United -Stutiy may have a deciding bearing on the con- tents of the Canadian budget and the ilatf on which it will be brought down in parliament, is the feeling of. many house members today. Govern-! ment supporters were decidedly of the opinion that President Harding would Itire his consent to the Fordney bill, and that certain measures tion would be taken. During the dis- cussion of the Foroney bill western members expressed themselves to the effect that Canada would ultimately bo beuefltted by the measure. Japan T The Anglican church at Wood- bridge was totally destroyed by lire. o Insist On Yap Mandate Declared to According to Decision of Supreme Coun- cil in 1920 TOYKO, Feb. will iunllt upon its mandatory to tho Inlind of Yap, according to authoritative Jap- anese opinion. It is explained litre that Japan tvues tier mandatory on tho Una! decision of tho supreme council In May, 1319, which handed over the German Islands north ot the equator to Japan without resolution. If President Wilson made oral reservations regarding Yap at previous deliberations of the council, It is declarod that Japan was not rep- resented and has no official cogniz- ance of this. Japan will take the stand that the mandatory means control of the cables on tlia same status as Germany prior to tlio war. During tho war Japan diverted the Yap end of the cable from Shanghai to the Loo-Choo (Lieu- Klu) Islands between Japan and For- mosa for administrative purposes. Therefore cable communication from tho United States to Shanghai by way of Guam and Yap doer, not eiist. It is understood that Japan has sug- gested to the. United States to lay a cable direct to Shanghai from Guam as a substitute'for the Yap route. The organization of a Kiwanis Club is under way among tho busiuess men ot St. Thomas, Ont. l IRITItH tIND RIPLY I LONDON, Trt. rtplr ol the British to tht nwift of tho United Stitai con- cernlac McnopoUmUn oil wouW ba to Wmhlnftoc tonlfht, it win of- ficially announced rHMMUM h .__ MilMi Mt If 4----- IN Cwrwt tMi ty MlM Ir. OktM'i rmt. DM >a i kM. verything About Cuticura Soap Suggests Efficiency I I B Ho Bet or int Piles. Ha surgical oper, I Dr. Ointment vUl rtlierayou lit lutinf ne. a box: >ll aealeri, or Kdmftnsnn, Batvt 4 Co., Limited.' i loronto. Sample Box U yon mention (fell I NMt ud uclOM _, Purity and Freshness only secret in Qualcer Brand Jam is that we cook fruits the day they are the flaror starts to turn. Grandmother kncir Uiis secret and followed it. And who doesn't remem- ber her jam? Prcsh Klpo Fruit, Cane Bngar, nothing else. DOMINION CANNERS B.C.LTD. HEAD OFFICE VANCOUVER, B. C. OTTAWA, Feb. Press.) spile of the fact that a large number of members expressed their intention of taking part in the debate on the address this v.-eek, u division in the hnnse of commons on the opposition motion of no-confidence in the government may be reached l by Thursday. As is usual in the case of debate on the address, a number oE members vill waive their right to speak if all parties in the house are ready for a division by The party 'whips at all events are ready for a division any timo after Tuesday. Local Member's Position There are some complications, how- ever. Of the five occupants on "No Slan's Land" only the Hon. A. K. MacLoan and L. J. Oauthier of St. Hyacinths, have stated clearly their attitude on the King amendment. The former will vote no-confidence in tile government, while the hitter will support the gorernment. It ia by no means certain that the three western Unionists, who complete the independent group in tho house will support the amendment, although they have quite recently deserted govern- ment benches for the opposition sido of the house. Three members, W. A. Buchanan, Lethbrirlge; J. A. Camp- bell, Nelson, Man., and F. J. Davis, Neepawa, are not at ono with the policy of tho Liberal opposition. They may quite possibly vote against the amendment, In which rase a state- ment of their reiKHHI.S fnr fining go -ill hi] rui-LUcominj; Ulc: Hum- ot (he house. Then: :ini jitin or live speakers to IK: from in llon- A. Crerar's party, including Michael rilarlt, Her! Tin: list I of government speaki'rs .sjill m spr-ak j numbers abonl a im; ;gj nj> may not arlually u-i.-l ill llin duhatn. I SPRINGFIELD'S WOMAN COP Jlass., I'Vli. Tho first ivoman in part lit Massachusetts Churchill, aped S.I, alerted in flic nual tm.-n mix-ling at re- cently. -v Rich; Pure "Whole" and Sealed Fresh in the Heart of Canada's Finest Dairy Farms- Sterilized for You by Your Grocer. and more Canadian homes areassuringthemselves of a pure milk supply by using Carnation Evaporated fresh "whole" milk delivered b a safe, convenient way. It comes to you against air-tight coii-