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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAfiR TF-W 1'HB TUESDAY. JANUARY UR0SSBE1TIHE PETER HAS A CHANGE OF HEART BY THCJRNTON W. BURGESS The one you luite may tho end Turn out to bo your truest friend. Rabbit. Peter Rabbit uevor had had a quar- rel with Prickly. Porky tho porcupine. The fact is Peter never had hart any- thing to quarrel with him about. He had. a very great respect for the thous-, ami little spears Prickly Porky car-' ried hidden in his coat, and- always had taken care to keep out of Prickly Porky's way. Aside from this he had had no particular feeling one way or another toward Prickly Porky. But now matters were very differ- ent. The longer Peter was kept a very uncomfortable pri- that his hollow log the liiore he felt that ho hated Prickly Porky, was keeping him there. He felt that never, never would he have any- thing more to do with Prickly Porky. 1C they should meet he would pretend _ not to see Prickly Porkv at all. Ot Fina11''' course, this wan very foolish of Peter, i move OBt ot the hollow for, after all, it was his own fault that j------------------------------------------------- he was a prisoner in that hollow log. The very sight of those little spears Evou the worst of things come to'made Peter shiver mrf keep away an end at last aiid so it was with i frora Prickly Me begged Prick-j Peter's imprisonment. On the after-! Porky to hurry and at least step noon of the second day Prickly Porky j 'ar enough for him, Peter, to slip awoke and fretfully poked his head mlt- But Prickly Porky refused to hur-: out to see how the weather was. It I T- He doesn't like hurrying. And. was pleasant. The storm had ended i because Peter wanted him to go out: Mine hours, before. Peter could have I he wouldn't for the longest time. You told him that. For what seemed to i see he is contrary-minded. That Peter ages and ages Prickly Porky sat' he always wants to do just the oppo-' looking out ci tha entrance to that site wnat o'hers want him to do. that I'eli-r i-ould have ulruobt itol. iiuite tutut'twil pant. Mail it been iiuy ono Inn 1'rlcUy J'urUy ho would hnve tried. It was llu'u thai ivt-jt li'lt iniMt sure that ho lulled I'rlckly I Porky. It was siu-h a Dimple tlilui, j for him to do. yet ho wouldn't do it. I At lust he dUPtake a slop two and Peter was lo jump out when suddenly 1'rioHly 1'orky besai to rattle Iho thousand littlo spears in his coat ami bai-kiM up rlRht agalns the end of the oHl I'eter backed In a hurry and lie was very, very Hilary, lie thwiRhl Prickly Perky haii done this just to plagno him and keei him a piiyoner longer. He hail just opened his month to say somo hateful things when Prickly Porky began to talk in hla queer, fretful way. "Go on about your said Prickly Porky. ''I am about my retorted another .voice. 'Vat out of my way i so that I can set inside th.it old log. I'm hungry and 1 farcy there may a dinner in there for me." At tho sound of that voice Peter felt weiik and trembled like an aspen-leaf in the wind. And right then and there he had complete change of heart. All his hate for Prickly Porky vanished, and in place of it came a friendly feeling. And now Feler hoped that Prickly Porky would stay right where he was as much as he had hoped that ho would move 1 away. I Copyright. 1921, by T. W. The next story: "Peter Rabbit's Anxious Moments." hollow log, all the time fretting be- cause he had to go to the trouble of climbing a tree before he could get Also he is obstinate. Finally, however, PricHy Porky did move out of the hollow log. Peter, anything to eat. Peter just longed to j breathed easier when he him do giro him a push out into the snow. I this. 'But then, instead of moving off Peter did nothing of the kind.land giving Peter a-chance to get out, He took the greatest care not to touch I what did Prickly Porky do but sit him, to say nothing of pushing him. down right in front of the open end of GERMANY FAILS TO WIN POINT BERLIN, Jan. r.rnbassadors' council at Paris has sent a note reply- Ing to the German note of December 2S in which Germany protested against the demand oJ the control commission for the dismantling of the guns in fortresses on the southern and eastern frontiers of Germany as an infraction of the pence treaty, which it was asserted permitted the fortresses to remain in the same state as they were on January 10, 1920. The ambassadors' note declares: "After a most thorough examination of the question the ambassadors' council cannot accept the German government's contentions either in principle or in detail. It has there- fore decided to uphold the decisions of tho control without any modifications." Daily Fashion By GRAND OPENING RECITAL HESIUHHOWSTCmai BY Merick Rogers Mus. Doc., B. A. ASSISTED BY Mrs. H. H. Johnson, (Contralto) LEADER OF 8T. AUGUSTIN'S CHOIR, AND Horace Reynolds, (Baritone) FRIDAY, JANUARY ITH, 1921 DOORS OPEN 7 8 P.M. ADMISSION NO RESERVED SEATS MANITOBA TO HAVE AGRICULTURAL SURVEY WINNIPEG, Jan. A comprehen- sive agricultural survey of Manitoba, for che purpose of ascertaining re.i- sons and treatment for unproductive agricultural lands in the province, and also to provide data for immigra- tion purposes, will be inaugurated at a public meeting in JDeloraine on Tuesday, January 4. The survey, under the direction ot Hon. George Malcolm, minister of ag- revenue, will be conducted by means ings personal contact will be eatab- lished between agricultural experts and the farmers. The latter will.be asked to give evidence of their exper- iences, their difficulties and their problems. NOVEL TRIMMINGS DUVETYN SUIT A complete absence of trimming on me side of the coat, while the other s gaily adnored. Is noticeable on some smartest modes this season. This suit, made of redwood duvetyn, a that Is ;jmewhat nearer rust hau henna, shows how effective such a mode is. On the left side a silver braid girdle lends a bright touch of olor. This is further enhanced by ieces gray duveiyn that are ap- iliqued on the front. The boue but- like the suit and its shaped to match this interesting decoration. Skunk is used for the cuffs, collar and trimming on coat. A satin hat completes the cos- tume. -and the sealed air-tight carton it] "Good." Red Rose Tea to you with all 'original rich strength and rare flavor fully; retained. The Green Label it Blue LMC! better. Red Rote Coffee meets the detire of Wettern Canada for a real good Coffee he rural work. He spoke of the when a P.C.R.'s night will be put on, reat difficulty of carrying on the j with a social, etc. in rural centres, particularly The following are the elective offl- these were Isolated. He said! cers of tha two Courts ils parliament ought to result in I Court Star ood work to the rural districts, be- P.C.R., T. Fleetwood; C.R., W. Mor- ause of permission for two or three'gan; S.C.R., H. Kilner; Secretary, H. ural sessions to unite, and also lorjR Parsons; Ree.. Sec, A. Arnold; tie uniting of small towns. j Treas., A. Arnold; S.W., B. Randall; Allan Hamilton spoke on the For- J.W., E. Leager; S.B.. M. Bailey; J.B., ward Step. He told of the Impression e first had of the parliament, that would be the opportunity lor a ood time. He said he had complete- y changed his mind. It was a time or hard work and for one he came K Hall; trustees A. E. Dupen and E. Hagell; auditors, H. Kilner, M. John- ston, 0. S. Francis. Court Unity P.C.R., G. Gant; C.R., W. Wardell; S.C.R., H. T. Arnold; Rec. Hurst. ack determined to do more for the] Sec., W. Hawkins; Treas., F. Holmes; oys' work than ever. He felt sureiSAV., W Lee; J.W., G. Osborne; S.B., hat the boys' work in the province ,j. Hurst; J.B., H. Skinner; trustees, as going ahead and that Lethbrldgp I A. E. Dupen, W. Hawkins, and W. ould yet the effect oJ the first Knowlden; auditors, A. E. JarviS, J. arliament. Every address was excellent and no ritten report could possibly do cred- to the oy's report. We are con- .need that not alone the hoys, hut ie churches they represented will be t le better because ot this first par-1 ament. ITALY STOPS EMIGRANTS GOING TO UNITED STATES WASHINGTON, Jan. Royal Italian government has th< issue of passports to subjocu Immt grating to the United SUtes and 'will refrain from issuing such puuportt, until informed u to the clasiei of emigrants desired In this country, state department has been advised bj the Italian embaisy. Dandruff Removed To remove dandruff trj the French; preparation, Dalmays "Vitulene" Hair Tonic, it wlILremove dandruff iu a lew .days, continue the treatment, and tha scalp will become healthy and clear. The greatest hair tStlc, beautifully perfumed, non sticky. Price per bottle. Sold in Canada by one drug- gist in every town. Sold by Sydney Jackson, Prescription Specialist. Phone 364. Across, from Alexandra tativcs at Edmonton Com- ported Tnemselves One of the important if not the most important feature of the boy's As much as possible, advice will be conclave held on Friday night last in given right away by the experts, but the. Y.M.C.A. was the report of the all the evidence will be taken down boys' parliament held on Tuesday, and when the survey is complete, j Wednesday and Thursday of last specific treatment will, be accorded week in the parliament buildings in the general problems presented. Edmonton. The report was Introduc- A. O. F. CITY COURTS j INSTAL OFFICERS CATTLE MARKET SHOWS CONSIDERABLE DROP Canadian meat animals at the eight by Mr. Petley, the boys' work sec- retary of Lethbridge-, and to whose enthusiasm and backing the great sue-' Icess in boys' work is due.. Mr. Petley told of the very high character of the t lunu.NMj, pi; parliament and said it far surpassed n._ i.i anguine expectati big stockyards in (the best single index of livestock trade) as complied for 1020 by thi Industrial and development council of Canadian meat packers, Toronto, show the total number to have been This was less than 1918. The total was made up as follows, the second figures being those of t'attle 89S.553 Calves 2 40 017" Sheep GQsi'J-tl 508 844 Hogs his most san tion. The line type of boys present, the high level of intellectual debate, and the lofty Ideals demanded by the boys was a source of great inspiration. Jamie Denoon followed. He spoke on the educational values of the par- TVfQ "Get Zarn-Buk" was Friend's Advice. Men and woanen prominent In Canadian life, continue to endorse Zam-Buk. Doctors, magistrates, nurses, ministers, all express the opinion that for dealing with skfn injuries and diseases, there's nothing like Zam-Ruk. Captain Richard B. Nona, well-known in Vernon, B.C., here details his personal experience. Writing us about a chronic, ul- ceratcd leg-sore that defied everything but Zam-Buk, Capt. Nunn says MI have 'proved beyond doubt "To cut a long story short, per- thai Zam-Buk's healing power ii severance with this wonderful balm infinitely superior to that of any other preparation I know. Not only is Zam-Buk effective where other reme- dies fail, but its healing is permanent. "When living in Vernon, B.C., I suffered acutely for over two years with a sore on the leg which despite fill treatment' turned into an open ulcer. I tried all kinds of ointments, liniments, etc., but the ulcer only got worse, and finally I decided that 1 had best go into hospital for treatment. .Before doing so. a friend advised me to ge! uiiicli I the first few applications ;MVR such relief that I was 10 continue the treatment. the soreness and inflammation were drawn out and then healing began. More Wonderful made the leg quite strong and sound again. To me it seems nothing chart of marvellous that Zam-Buk should prove effective in such comparatively short time. There has not been tha slightest trace of the ulcer since. Whilst with the army I often hid further proof of this great power of Zam-Buk. Over in Franco the men said if was invaluable for the many injuries and skin troubles incidental to a soldier's life. As everyone should know of this wonder- ful healer you may publish my letter willingly, if you care to." llcis. Qpf. BICftfiQD S. NUNN is skin trouble. You nectl in.l cuts] .iistMse ami pilrs.' iJtsatanll is ji revelation in tic, juices penetrate and purify uti! tissues of disease. Ordinary and salves are uscle s in .............'hetim, :-'itf joints, etc. All ..._., 4or Znm ]5uk Cn Toronto. SOc, box. S for 51-25. TO OBTAIN A TBIAI. SAMPLE .Srmlii.tmeufthispiperand lc. stamp to Z am-Hull Co.. Duponl It had .a value to the' boy himself. No boy could attend the ses- sions of that parliament, listening after r-ession to the debate by the boys, without be-Jng inspired to be I a Cotter lt- nad a value to the schools. Nearly _every high school in the province had representatives and as a result every school will profit by the Inspiration the boys will Impart. It has a value to the citizens general- ly. Many of the boys attending such a parliament will be inspired to some day be a member of the local or fed- eral houses, and will bring to govern- ment, tho lofty ideals obtained through these parliaments. Carl Prosser spoke of the enact- ments of the parliament and the ef- fect of upon the toy's1 life. He spoke of the membership. No boy can in future be a member of tho boy's parliament who is not a mem- ber of a church, who has not been a member of some Tuxis square coun- cil, and who is not an enthusiastic Tuxis square hoy. To enthuse, the city's square and to add the square in small towns and rural places, cities will he asked to take an interest In all towns and rural sessions lying ad- jacent to it. They also decided that HI SRSsinn-J where tlisre were not enough boys to form a square, then two iiessiona could unite, or in a town whorn there were not enough squares t.o form a council, two or more towns could likewise unite to form such council. A bill was passed pro- vidinir fnr a summer camp If possible at Sylvan Lake, for the training of older boys, and to also a winter camp. Carl Rfimlmilpt-spoTve on the impres- sion h'1 r'V'.ijved at the parliament, ilo loid of tho origin of the boys' par- liament. When the older boys pro- gram wan buinff drafted, Stat- ion Kiipfrnstpfi the idea of a hoys' par- liament. Thy first these was held in Toronto. The suco-us of first was KO rmirlrnri it wcy decided to hold onu iu each province, 'ihu parliament was formed after the model of a local lioiuio, with speaker, premier af.d his of cabinet, and the leader of trip (Opposition. From beginning to end the parliament most educat- ional and inspirational, and ho came homo InHpin.Ml to do more than he had done. Ran Gumewald of ''Cloaldalo spoko Uie relation ut the parliament The two local Courts of the Ancient Order of Foresters (Court Star No. 8095 and Court Unity No. 9311) held a joint installation of officers in tho Oddfellows' hall last evening. There was a good turnout of members of .the order. Past Chief 'Rangers A, Arnold, Hawkins and A. ,Dupea acted as installing officers. Both Courts have made good pro- gress the past year, and during the visit of Organizer W. Pemberton, of I Calgary, considerably increased their membership. Court Star has been in existence 25 "years, and it is planned to celebrate the 2oth anniversary at their next meeting on Mon.. Jan. 17th, HOUSEHOLD FLOUR IS MATCHLESS FOR AND PASTRY Hoalth' to your advice to try Milburn's Heart Nerve Pills, I am back to joyous health. They've accomplished more for me in a few days than months of previous doctoring by heart and restoring shattered nervoui strengthening my system. The psce of life to-day is faster than of the generations in the past. Medical Science tells us repeatedly the necessity of replenishing the heart and nerve systems of the'bumun body. When the heart begins to faiter, the brain growa weary, the nerves become unhinged, ordinary duties become a burden and even ures drag heavily. 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