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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta f yAGE TWELVE THE LETHBRIPOE DAILY THURSDAY, JANUARY PRICKLY NO THANKS BY THORNTON W. BURGESS Some people are such iwful cranks You cannot even give them thanks. Peter Rabbit. It suouied to Peter lUbbit a wholt1 lifetime before he heard Shallow the Weasel reply to Prickly Porky's stale that that hollow log was his and that he hud been in it all through the great "That belus go, and I guess it is, for 1 don't see any of yoar tracks around here, that ohl log doesn't interest me. I cnn't think nf any one who would hw A bedfellow with such a cross-Brained prickly bundl'3 of contrariness as you. 10 I won't waste any more time said Shadow. When Peter hoard that his hear: leased to beat stronger, for it became fliled'wita hope, and hope is a wonder- fal etreajthener of the Iwart. Ho was aciiouf. Shadow might change I bis mind. He might hide near and to see it anyone came out of tint old los. Not knowing just where Shadow had gone made things .very uncertain. Peter was anxious than ever to set out nf that old log, at the same time he couldn't af- ford to take any chances. could, lie give Shadow timci to I not so far away that ho couldn't son that old Ion. When couldn't wait another minuto be hopped out ami at sat up to look this war and that way and the other way for slttns ot i danger. There was (ear in his und was ready to jump and run with all his might lit llvo ilrst hiut of dancer. lit aaw the tracks of shadow the Weasel in the snow, and tho mero sight of them made him tremble'. They had crossed Ihfr very Ion he had been a -prisoner in. and ho trembled araln aa he thought how very near doath had been. He saw where Shadow had sat while he talked with Prickly 1'orky and thun where he had gone off j in long bounds. lie knew by those bounds that Shadow probably had gone far away and was not hanging i around. That was a great relief. Then Peter turned to look for Prickly 1'orky the Porcupine. He had reached (lie big hemlock i (reo wlvich lie had half stripped of bark and before tho storm, and was sitting iti the crotch made by the branch. IVtfir hurried over. i "You saved my life. Prickly Porky, I and I wish 1 could tell you how grate- j till I am lo vou. but I oan't. No one I i i-an ever really thank another who I cl'an underneath. has saved iiis life." said Charts To Tell Where Gty Money Spent Are Issued Where It Comes From and Where it Does the Spending The city council have- initiated a very practical plan, which may well described to be a "llird's eye view of the city flr.ances." This takes the form of four charts in circular-form; in the way of blue prints, where the most inquisitive ratepayer can bo quickly and easily satisfied in his search for information. Where It Comes From The first chart states "City of Loth- bridge. Income for 1920, Where it comes from." "Wliero it comes rfrom" is shown in the circular On this, in sectors UMiTH, OF I. C. LEGISLATURE VICTORIA, Jan. a re. suit ot a cabinet meeting hum today, It Is understood that Mrs. Mary Elian Smith, who headed iho> poll 10 Vancouver by a tremendous plurality at the provincial elections ou Dec. 1, will be tendtred thn of tho B. C. legis- lature. REGISTRATION FORMS FOR THE UNEMPLOYED MONTREAL. Jan. forms for the unemployed and blank 4'oims to be filled in by the employers of labor were distributed yesterday from the city hall. The forms were forwarded to tho city police stations and to thb different' organizations which have undertaken to co-operate with the city's registering ot unem- ployed. liot the circle, there is the following: Public GERMAN MUSIC IN PARIS OPERA PARIS, Jan. music was played tonight at the opera, which Is subsidized by tho French government. ihill alwavs think, of vou til ono of fuDllc subsidized by tho rrencn government, my -or vTsI (YteJt.H was splendh 513.01-12.61 per cent.; electric light for a? flrBt tto. 8race the outbreak ...j ...--I. r (170 Ann unr PPTlt.: ft, r, njicfAi-mAnna i of you to keep Shadow me. r.u.'i I'll never forget it." 'You saved my life, Prickly Porky." So, even after Prickly Porky at last moved away from end of the log, leaving the way open, Peter hesitated. He crept near enough to peep out. Then he waited just as long as he from irpttiiiE and power per cent.; irom geuKij, per "Don't thank me." grunted Prickly I "f- and "Denture ,rky. "Don't want vour thanks. Just Pf cent. Frontaf dn'i want that fellow in mv house. H2.266.00-1.S6 per cent. Sundry per cent. Hospital Schools Local Improve--, Didn't want vou in there! either. j Wouldn't have let him in there if you. _ J" cent- per .cent. of the war. The performance was Wagner's "Die Walkrye" and every seat was occupied. The police were ready but no untoward incident oc- curred. tor's cabinet without portfolio. Boa Mr. Mlchaud (a men ever to enter M waska, has joined tho provincial New Bruniwlck. DOW only Ulftfi iirument as a member ot Premier foi- two old. YOUNG N. B. MINISTER FIIKDKKKITOV, N. II., Jan. 5. K. Mlchaud. M.L.A. fur Mada f 1 BLUE RIBBON TEA f If vote were taken In Western Canada as to which Is the best tea, BLUE RIBBON would win in a walk. The BLUE RIBBON family comprises half the entire population of Western Canada, It is ah enthusiastic adds many to its membership everyday. hadn't been there. That's my house., n. and :m one else has anv business i per cent. Moth- there. Didn't do. it for you. Keep Pensions xper cent, your thanks." Prickly "Porky, still mumbling, started to climb higher. Peter grinned. "Was there ever such a he demanded of no one at all "He just has to be con- trary. I suppose it is his nature. Well. won't be thanked, Trot he can't stop me from being thankful. If ever I.hive a chance to do something for him nothing can stop me from doing it. Now I'll get away from here as fast as my legs will take me. I don't want to be in the same part of the Green Forest with Shadow the Weasel. No, (Copyright, 1921, by T. W. The neit story: "Peter Finds Mr. and Lightfoot." LABOR MAN INVESTIGATES THOMAS, Jan. place'of the minister of labor who was expected here yesterday to In- vestigate the situation complained of Land Tax per cent. Thin completes the circle. When It Goes The next circle tells how the sum of the year's expenditure was spent. With the same arrangement of sectors the following is presented: Waterworku per ceul. Electric light and power per cent. Street Pailway per cent. Surplus per cent. Administra- tion per cent. Protec- tion of persons and property per cent. Debenture payment per cent. Street and street lights per cent. Parks and boulevards per cent. Other public works per cent. Grants, Lib- rary per cent. Health, relief and hospital per cent. Mothers' pensions per cent. Government Land Tax per cent. Local improve- by local railwaymen, A. -N. Compton, felr wage officer of the Dominion gov- o ernment arrired. He held a. confer- ence with the employees and is mak- ing a thorough inquiry into the factors bringing about the discharge of many men. UNION DECLARES FOR OPEN SHOP BUFFALO. Jan. of Steamfitters Union No. 6S5, today made public a resolution, recently is per cent. Pub- iol per cent. Separate ichool per Cent. Who Spends It Tie third circle'goes on to name the sources of expenditure. Fixed charges include: Debenture interest; per cent. Debenture i sinking fund and principal per cent. Surplus (Est.) per cent. Commissioner of Public Utilities: Street Railway ne.r cent. Electric adopted, declaring against eloeed ahop i light and per regulations and announcing its with- drawal from the international steam- fitters' union and the American Feder- ation of Labor. The union has a mem- bership of 180. LIBERAL WAS ELECTED GRAfTO FORKS, Jan. the re- count here today the majority of E. C. Heriniger, Liberal, over John McKie, Conservative, was reduced Jrom nine to six. An appeal will be taken. i you feel like these children in the morning, full of energy and buoyant spirits? Do you get up refreshed by your night's sleep ready for anything the day may bring forth? You should and you may if the simple rules of health arecobserved. It is possible that by some excess in eating, 'or over-exertion, your heart has not been working with its accustomed regularity, and you are not getting un- disturbed and refreshing slumber. Your sleep may be broken with terrible dreams, smothering spells, sinking sen- sations, and even fear of impending death. Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills have brought relief to hundreds of such cases. Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills enrich the blood, strengthen the heart and tone up the nerves, the whole organization work in harmony, and bring- ing back in a few days that blessed condition where you sleep as peaceful as a child and hail with joy the return of another day. Mr. Harold Acker, Springfield, N.S., was bothered all the time with nervous headache and dizziness. I could not stoop down at times, as everything would get black before my eyes. XI could not sleep at nig-ht, and my appetite was very poor. 1 w.is aimcst on a nervous breakdown. I used jour boxes of Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills and they helped me fine. I would recommend them highly to any person troubled with their heart or nerves." Jtilburn's Heart and Nerve Pills ate SOc. a box at i dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. MUbum Company, Limited Toronto Ontario nt. Commissioner of Public Works: Sundry per cent. Scaveng- ing and sewer per cent. Parka and boulevards 18.550.00 per cent. Street maintenance per cent. Waterworks per cent. Mayor: r-rants and relief per cent. Street light per cent. Fife department per cent. Police perl cent. Administration per cent. Health per cent. Library pe.r cent. Chil-j. dren's Shelter pef cent. Hospital per cent. Uncon- trollable: Mothers' pensions per cent. Land Tax .75 per cent. Separate school per cent. Public school per Tient. Taxes, etc., per cent. Where Each Dollar of Taxes Goes The fourth circle tells where each! .dollar of taxes goes. Separate school 2.33 per cent. Public school 24.75 per cent. Provincial government 1.19 per cent. Surplus (Est.) 2.84 per cent. Street railway tleiicit 6.88 per cent. Other public works 4.05 per cent, i Parks 3.24 per cent. Streets 4.56 per cent. Children's Shelter .64 per cent. Protection (Fire and per cent. Health 1.33 per cent. Grants and relief 3.04 per cent. Street light- ing 2.9D per cent. Administration 5.92 per cent. Hospital 1.17 per cent. Lib- rary .75 per cent. Water 2.50 per cent. Fixed charges 22.55 per cent. REVOLVER PRACTICE AT CINCINNATI BANK CINCINNATI, Jan. bers will find employee! prepar- ed to receive them thould they decide to visit the Union Saving! Bank and Trust company of this city. Revolver practice Is to be made a part of the regular rou- tine of the institution. O'CALLAGHAN IS NOW ON PAROLE NEW YORK, Jan. Q'Cal- laghan, lonl mayor of Cork, was par- oled shortly after 3 o'clock this after- noon by immigration authorities on orders from Secretary of Labor Wil- son and will leave this evening for Norfolk, where he will be the guest ot the Friends of. Irish Freedom. WAGES IN N. B. WOODS TAKE BIG DROP ST. JOHN', N. H., Jan. in the lumber woods ot New Brunswick have taken a big drop this year. The prevailing rato of pay at this time is sixty dollars per month with board, whereas last year it waa seventy-five or eighty dollars per month. In one camp a crow that had been receiving sixty dollars a month recently made demand for ninety dollars. When tho increases were refused fifty nuit the job at once, but their places wero filled in short ordnr by other men who accepted the sixty dollar rate. So far the pulp mills have been busy cutting ihelr raw Material! hi the woods, but thcra are rumort afloat that these will shortly reduce their A good variety of styles in good cloth coats i with or without inr collars, good assortment of Coats selling Coats selling Coats selling Coats selling The quality of our coats is a big feature in the values we offer. FURS! You Will Be Money Ahead if You Buy Now. Ours are away below the regular market We Offer You the Finest Skins at Off Former Prices Tho very bett -Seal, Sable, Mink, Racoon, Opotium, and Fox, in Neck Pieces and Muffs. January Sale of Knitting Yams Monarch Floss, now per ball 30c Monarch Down, now per ball 55c Highland Floss, now per ball 30c Strong Grey Knitting Yarn, Ib. JANUARY SALE OF SHEETINGS AND WHITE 8-4 Bleached Sheeting, regular Now.................-----79c 9-4 Bleached Sheeting, regular 8-4 Bleached Sheeting, regular 74-inch English Sheeting, regular Now 73-inch English Sheeting, regular Now.............. Bed Spreads, 70x90 size, now Bed Spreads, 64x84 size, now Bed Spreads, 72x90 size, now Bed Spreads, large size, regular AA 36-inch Tricolette, beautiful silky draping material for dresses or waists brown, copen and navy. TBTe price two months ago for this material was per yard. Our January Sale Price per yard is only........................................-.-..-...... unia Simpson Company LIMITED The January Price CuttingSaleContimies PRICES WE ARE QUOTING IN THIS JANUARY SALE ARE ABSOLUTE- LY THE LOWEST HONEST MERCHANDISE CAN BE SOLD FOR. "YOU CAN'T EXPECT ANYTHING BETTER." DRESSES, WAISTS, COATS, SKIRTS, BLANKETS, COMFORTERS, QUILTS, SHEETINGS, TOWEL- LINGS, BOYS'SUITS AND OVERCOATS, CAPS, SWEATERS, UNDER- WEAR, SILKS AND WOOL DRESS GOODS. YOU CAN BUY ANYTHING IN THE STORE AT A NEW LOW PRICE. ._________________________ M Cloth Coats A Big Cut in the Prices of Our Finest Dresses Dresses selling Dresses selling at Dresses selling Dresses selling Dresses selling Dresses selling Serges, trlcolettes, tricotlnos, tafettaa, and georgettes. These prices are absolutely below present cost of production. j Down Quilts and Blankets In the January Sale Hudson Bay Blankets. Regular at........................... Scotch. Wool Blankets. Regular at..................... American Blankets. Regular CA the largest size Flannelette, Blankets, now on sale J.JW Flannelette Blankets, AC Flannelette Blankets, _ PA now Down Quilts, regular jjQJ AA Down Quilts, regular fl AA Down Quilts, regular (M C AA Now............................... Jlb.UO Cotton Filled Quilts, regular For.................................. 4> 13 Cotton Filled Quilts, regular J For.................................. vtf I Cotton Filled Quilts, regular For.................................. REMNANTS! REMNANTS! Tables full of short Silks, Prints, Ginghame, 'Shirting Flannelettes, Towellings, Curtain Ma- terials, Laces, Embroideries, Creton- nes, Coatings, Poplins and Plaida. MARKED DOWN RIDICULOUSLY LOW. FOR QUICK SALE. ;