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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGR THK LKTHBK1UHK PMLY HKKAU? MOMMY. 3. PETER LEARNS A LESSON BY THORNTON W. BURGESS In every trouble lies some good For him who takes it us he should, ilabbit. All of a day and a night and part ot another day Peter Rabbit was kept prisoner in a hollow log in tho Green Forest, lit wad kept a prisoner by Prickly Porky the Porcupine, and therd'was nothing Peter could do about it. how slowly tiino did jrag! Peter couldn't ever hav- ing beeu so uncomfortable for so i Jong. And there was nothing he could do about it. N'o. sir, there was noth- ing he could do about it. You see, he had crept into that hol- low }os for a nap because he had stayed over in the Green Forest until It was broad daylight and then he hadn't dared venture across the open Grsen Meadows to the dear Old Briar- patch. And while he had siept the weather bad changed and a storm bad t-ome uy. Prickly Forky had crept Into tho very same hollow log for shelter from the- storm, not knowing that :peter was already in thero. Not that it would have made any differ- ence if lie had known. It wouldn't. Prickly Porky is one of those people have become selfish through in- dependence.; so independent that .he does just what it pleases him to do. With Prickly Porky curled up in that old log Peter couldn't get out. You see, there wasn't room for Peter squeezing as far back in the end of that old log as lie could that Peter could keep away from the thousand little spears in Prickly Porky's coat. The result was that Peter was most uncomfortable. Those sharp little spears were so close that he didn't dare change his position for fear he get some of them iu him. Outsido the snow hissed down through the trees and rough Brother North Wind howled and In- side Prickly Porky slept and Peter Rabbit wanted to sleep, but didn't dare he tried and tried to think of some way to get out and couldn't. At first he blamed Prickly Porky for all His trouble: "Ho had no business to come in here I was muttered Peter. "He did it purpose11" I know he did. He Is hateful. That is whauhe hateful." But peter is fair-minded, and after E little he felt a wee bit ashamed of all my own thought Peter sucb thoughts. He teaw that prob- ably Prickly Porky hadn't known that any one was in there, and this happen- ed'to truti. So. after all, the Unemployment Is Less in Canada Than in 1914 American Convention So In- formed by Canada's Min- ister of Labor NEW YORK. rioc. (Canuian Thi-re is less irarainloyment in Canada today than thero was in tho year iircvious lo the war, Senator O. D. Robertson, Canadian minister of labor, declared In adross de- livered this afternoon's session of tho 14th annual convention ot the- American Association for Labor Leg- islation. Telling delegates that he con- sidered it would bo manifestly im- proper for him to make suggestions to the association a's to legislation desirable or applicable to United I States conditions. Senator Robertson avoided direct discussion of the labor problems which confront tho citizens on this side of the border, ccmfjning his address to ft clear and concise statement ot what the Canadian gov- ernment has done in dealing with labor conditions in the Dominion. "Should our experience suggest any- thing to you which would useful I shall teel both honored and pleased with having bad the opportunity ot presenting he said. Sketching the progress made in de- veloping labor legislation In the Do- STOPPED HER THIS Of Suffering Ended Bv f rait-a-tites" 113 ST., Sr.JouN, N.B. "It is with piusnro thtt I. write to tell you of hfinelH I received from the of your ruedicina made frttii juictl, I ten syftrtr for HUH) from Ntrwus Hetduku I tried eTtrrthiaf, consolwd doctors'; but nothing teemed to help until I tried After Ukiiig amen! boxo, I WM tompleWy reUevod of and hftTe been unusoally eres Mils AJT.S'IE WARD.' At ill dealers or scat postpaid by Umited, OtUrn, as Peter listened to storta outside he didn't wholly blame Prickly Porky for not being willing to go out eren long enough to let him oat. It seemed to Peter that that slorm v____... ____ never would end. Every hour seemed tcTpass? by Las long as a whole day. It gave him --rplenty of time to think. Yes, sir, it gave Peter Plenty of time to think. And after he got over his first ugly thoughts he began to see things as they really were. "It is ail my own thought Peter. "I may as well admit it. If 1 had remained at home in the dear Old Briar-patch, as Mrs. Peter wanted me to, I wouldn't be in this trouble. But here I am, and I've got to make the best of it. I've learned one thing anyway, and that is that it often is easy to get into a place and hard to get out again. Hereafter nobody will catch Peter Rabbit, in a placo from which there is only one way out. I've learned my lesson. No- hollow logs for me they are open at both ends. Ouch, how stiff 1 am! Will this storm never (Copyright, 1021, by T, W. only thing hateful in Prickly Porky! minion from 1918 when the federal his refusal to let Peter oat. And government first gave serious atten- Had Biggest Percentage of Pup- ils in Attendance at the An- nual New Yearns Day Splendid !'V Affair "Contains moreflesKformt jnatlcrjhan.bcef.7 BakcAGooga is for robast men. arid all wKo mus? The neit story: Change of Heart." "Peter His a BETTER UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN OTTAWA AND PROVINCES IN FUTURE OTTAWA, Dec. Press.) Hon. S. F. Tolmie, minister of agri- culture, in the December, number or the Agricultural Gazette of Canada, announces that the Dominion and pro: vincial governments have agreed up- SLASHING PRICES IN BOOTS AT MONTREAL MONTREAL, Jan. predicted pr.'iw slashing campaign is now tak- ing place- in the boot and shoe market. One firm states that boots are now to be had for 3J5. The demand is evidently stronger for the more mod- erately priced as the reductions at on a policy which, to a vfcry large ex-! present are relatively smaller, fiftoen- tent, will eliminate overlapping and dollar boots costing The same allow for close co-operation !h th'e j concessions are being made in men's yarious branches of livestock, work, j footwear, another firm advertising "Work touching upon productlofl is to be carried on through the provin- cial activities. Marketing and experi- mental work are to be.eared for by the Dominion department of agricul- ture except where special arrange- ments to the contrary are deemed wise. Sucb a program allows for the Whirlwind Campaign to Get All Signed Up Before the An- nwal Meeting tion to the question of organizing to cope with unemployment, Mr. Robert- sou emphasized the difficulty with which the government had been con- fronted by recalling that while the male .population over sixteen in Can- ada at that time was about One week from tonight the annual men and 60.000 women were I meeting of the Board will be held, engaged in war work in Canada in I and the interim will be a busy time addition to men overseas, un-' der arms and in hospitals in various stages of convalescence. The people who direct the annual New Year's Day Sunday school rallies in Lethbmlgu produced something neif In the way of programs at the seventh, rally in Knox church on Sat- urday morning. The sustained inter- est and close attnetkm by the biff audience Indicated a pronounced pref- erence for something different and ap- preciation that such preference had been recognized. In presenting ''The Greatest Gift." members of the United Chuith held the interested attention of young and old for an hour and a half. It was a splendid interpretation of the beautiful Christmas Idea, and had previously been given in the Un- ited Church's annual Christmas ser- vice "White Gifts for the King." As is always tho case when young people and those interested in them get together thero was lots of pep. Saturday's rally suggested enthusiasm in a worth while job and consistent day iu and day out effort on the part of the people who see in the. Sunday school with its complete all round program the most productive field for endeavor. of tissue building I material to repair the waste caused byphysical is deli pure madebyj a perfecrmechantcal process, without the iise of chemicals, so preserving the exquisite aroma mid color of the cocoa beans; "Walter Baiter ESTABUSKCD BOOKLET Or C'OICE RECIPES If yon don't believe that vilizatiou and the" Sunday after a brief illness on his estate near im'nortant interest of the Bovin. tend a Sunday school rally Dr- Von Bethmann-Hollweg was the n said that adult LethbVKlge originator of the famous reference to to learn about what Sunday, the treaty guaranteeing the neutrality It has been has more school means than some cities. Cherbourg, brought J5.000.000 in gold, consigned to Kuhn, Loeb and company. New York hankers. "These facts give an 'idea of the .'or the membership committee I which Hugh Crpwford is chairman. As over was the case last year, a member- heralds, music, healing, friendship, j fl t the- ship drive is being made prior to the I labor, invention, prophecy, of Belgium as "a scrap oE paper." The reference was made before the Reich- As mentioned, the program was put 5( in August' 19U wnBn ho gavo rer in fine style. Admitted by two the German Qf causes task us when t came to annual meeting in the hope that the home and the church presented their MILLIONS IN GOLD last comroming us niieii u (..uue lo ._____ ronr.T.' at tn n.nrt.ioaa nniintlfiil Wnwnvnr. FIVE MILLIONS IN GOLD re-establishing in civil life over half a million men in a country where the total male population, including those to be absorbed, was less than three and one quarter he said. Mr. Robertson described the man- ner ,'n which the Canadian govern- ment employment service was con- ducted in connection with the prov- incial and municipal governments, telling the delegates that during the first 15 months of their existence the 'ninety employment offices established in cities tr-'OUghont the Dominion Shepherds telling of God's great gift committee may be able to report at gifts to Goddess Bountiful. However, the meeting the number of members j great as these have been the three and the funds available to carry on1 the work of the board for another year. The members oC tht> commit- tee are all busy men, and this is a !busy season with many of them, so those who are renewing their mem- bership and all others who should be members will be conferring a favor NEW YORK, Jan. steam- OI1GJH1KI 113 ICIilllfe Ui UVUO fe' i i. t. JU in His Son brought from the ship Lapland, which arrived here to- the conclusion That "Goi's girt is in- day from Antwerp, Southampton and comparably greater than all in that. the gifts of all the others are enriched j and sanctified thereby. The pastor of the United church, j Rev. T. D. Jones is responsible for! ___._. _ the right kind ot co- the arrangement ot the piece. The I operation by mailing their cheques to {act tnat three of the girls taking the secretary of the board without provincial trophies for first j delay. I place in competitions in music and placed 60U 000 persons in positions Following is the letter being sent jelocutioni suggests the excellent man- Trithuut cost cither to the employer or out today by the membership com- ner in which the presentation was wdrkman, and at a cost to the [made. Miss Janet Mcllvena, Miss eminent of less than' one-half of the "Tho annual campaign tor the Board Marjory smith and Miss Erika Olana- amount per person that was formerly! of Tradevis now on. The work of the i er are the young ladies referred to paid by the individual as commission past year, especially in connection whjie Miss Bessie Worthington took to the private employment agent. Telling of the arrangement by which special arrangements have been se- cured whereby a workman sei employment over a hundred mile- ,v Vint if recommended by a govern-, present Irrigated areas Southern Al- ment employment bureau, travels at berca can be made the richest spot m reduced rates on railways, he that more than men havo boon placed in employment at distant with irrigation has' been outstanding. I part wjth distinction in the last Mus- We live in the papers a.jcal Festival. The entire cast showed the ser. _- statement sluftfLjfg .the net results and talent placed at cured whereby a workman sent to providing water lor the land; '.results ot the church. >s dis- lhat prove thai extension of As stated, those who promote these the West. The need of determined effort Is still with us. This.effort must be sup- points who could not'have been pro-1 ported with the ..citizens' moral and vided with jobs within tho territory financial assistance; jannary lots, is served by the individual-office. As the annual meeting.. W e feel that .at his arrangement in only that time WB shquld present to the go s it necessary to go out-1 incoming officers.-an evidence of ap- boots for Jo and lines It ___ may. also be mentioned that all kinds quirements despite the fact that ap- of leather goods are on the decline in price. a result of t] side of fill "employers' re- jpredation 01 their past work THREE YEARS FOR HOLD-UP EDMONTON, Jan. Van _ _ Qf-Dumeld! was sentenced supervision of inter-provincial and to .three years imprisonment in the international trade from Ottawa, but does not interefere with inter-provin- cial trade. The dominions will continue to as- penitentiary on a charge of theft and a similar sentence on a charge of rob- bery, the sentences to run conqiir- rently, by Judge Taylor in the dis- eist marketing activities by fostering; irict court Monday morning. Forty ways and means of improvement lashes were also added, through actual participation, through Several days before Christmas Van grants, through experiments and Coughnet held up at the point of a through education, "always bearing revolver a Chinese restaurant. The in mind that the great initiative must following day he also perpetrated an- oome from the people themselves." other holdup. Some like one, some the other POSTUM comes in two forms. Both are delicious and both, economical POSTUM CEREAL requires a full fifteen minutes h' council who Irave devoted I Bethmann-Hollweg, former German imperial chancellor, died last night I Miss Hattie O. McCrady of Brock- ville. died suddenly while visiting, rel- atives at Lyn. Mrs. Farre! was burned to death at her home in Deseronto, her clothing matching fire. used admin- be the instrument istration." he added. Dealing with present condition: Canada, Mr. Robertson said '.'During the summer, of every man In Canada willing to work had employment. In October indications of serious contraction ir. business ap- peared; uot until December, however, was there any substantial amount of unemployment in Canada. Today there is less than on the sauio date of "There is sure to be a big demand for skilled and unskilled labor in thn buildini! trades this co-.ninp year If it is not strangled by further in creases in .wage demands. Building j cannot, however, EO on intensively j if construction costs arc to Increased. Much therefore depends on tho successful adjustment oi wage rates for the new year." Wholesale Arrests Canadians With Coughs Haiti Who goes there J Someone with a cough. Paaa friendl Stop cough I you are under arrest. Thous- ands of aucti arrests am being made every day iu all parts of Canada. Too long have coughs and colds evaded justice and caused untold suffering to humanity, but at last they have beeu' cornered' and overpowered by Can- ada's famous cough ley 'a Bronchitis Mixture. Did you, ever of thU wonderful remedy! Why, everybody IB talking and writ- ing about the great wort it is doing in curing coughs, eoldi, brocchitii, asthma, etc. The following is one of thousands of letters accept my lincere thanks for the beneiit my wife derived by the use of ne of your bottles of Bronchitis Mixture, for over thirteen years she haa suffered acutely. After spending dollar after dollar upon various remedies, no re- lief was obtained. Hearing of your most marvelous remody ahe decided ona'bottle has made her well. You are at liberty to use my name should bo only too pleased to answer any inquiries. Sincerely youra, John Holmes, Yorkville Ave." The orig- inal of thia letter may be seen at W. K. Buckley, Limited, 142 Mutual St., Toronto. 'Don't allow A cough or eold to linger with you. Awmy with it! Bjiil Biicklay's Mixtnie and hart cough arrested. This remedy never On every bottle a guarantee to' refund tho money if not aatisfao- tnry. Delays are daageroui. Ordtr now from yowr Druggist SOLD IN UETHBRIW3E BY THE STOKES DRUG CO. SofP aaid Talcum PURE FRUIT Quaker Jams are made from fruits that are grown on the best fruit lands in the West. They are brought fresh from the orchards and gardens to the factory and pre- served the same rtajyTbJs accounts for the delicious flavor of all QUAKER BRAND JAMS DOMINION CANNERS B.C.LTD. HEAD VANCOUVER, B. C. N. B. TEACHER GOT A WEEK SALARY AND PAID FOR HER BOARD FnEDERICTON, N.R, Doc. Weekly board, twine as much as leathers were earning. Is diurnal In some Now nrmiswick coiinlry dis-, Iricts, the rlilnt superintendent of the provincial education department, Dr.. Carter announced today at a confer-1 once of school inspectors. Tho nincUng decided tho time wan ripo to petition the government to bnilil hoiist-s fnr teachers. In one case re- porlcd by Dr. Carter, a tcochnr in re- ceipt of live a week, wan charged probably heard of this known plan of m.ikina coutrh at homo. Hut-, iiavc you evur it Wlion yon ilo von vrill understand why of fiiimlies, the world over, foul Unit they rtmlil Imnlly keep houso without it. It's simple and cheap, but tlie way it takes hold of n couch will quickly earn it a permanent place in your lionii1. Into a 10-nz. bottle, pour 2V2 ounces of 1'iiiL'X: then add plain granulated tucar evrup to (ill up the bottle. Or, if clarified inoiasscs, Jumcy, corn fyrup instead of sugar fiyrup. Either way. it t.iatea cood, never spoils, ami vnu 1C oilnoes of better couali rrardv than you could buy rcady-mado frr S-.-'iO It "is rcallv wonderful how iiuiekly tins home-made remedy conquers a in 24 hours or leas. It to penetrate through every air loosens a dry, hoarae or titr-it conch, lifts the phlegm, heals the mem- hraiK-H, am] L'iveH alinost immcdmte re- lief, f-'nli'iidiil for throat tickle, hoarse- I'incx is a liishlv conrentrated com- pound of pine extriet, and lias been used for iiencrationa for throat am! cliest ailrnenta. To avoid iliwappimitmrnt, your druraist fcjr minces of Finer" with dircdinns. and don't ncrept Cnnranteed tn crive absolute ,-cek. wan (action or nmncv rcflllllitU. VU> 1'iUW i EVERYTHING The Greatest of the Entire Year! Clarke's Gigantic Unloading Sale ;