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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THE MCTHHRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 102t LIGHTFOOT CANNOT STOP TO GOSSIP THOJJKTOH W. A be For talk will seldsm mil with work. the Deer. Ligbifoot the Deer ws walking back, forth this and that way along the paths which together made he yard m whleh and Mrs. Ltght- oot would apend- the winter. Now and then, when he came to c place where the wind had drifted in the snow of the late storm so that tt near- y filled a path, he would leap ahead with great Jumps, then back out and, after a -ffhilo, try tt again. "For goodness' sake, Lightfoot, do keep still a few minutes and have a little gossip with me. I haven't been over In- this part ot the Oreen Forest I want to know what is going on here cried Peter Rabbit as he hopped behind Lightfoot. Lightfoot backed so suddenly that ke almost stepped on Peter. It was only by a quick Jump that Peter aaved fclmself. "HI, there, you cried Peter. "What have you got "Nothing but your curiosity, re- torted Lightfoot. "If you haven't learned to keep out of the way ot Wsy people it is time you did. The Idea of asking me to stop Just to gos- sip! Gossiping and work never go together. But then, you don't know what work Is, so I suppose I should not expect anything better from you! "But." protested Peter, "Why all this work now? What is the use of it? You've got paths enough broken out to reach all the food you and Mrs. LJghtfoot will need for a week." "How about the week asked Ughtfoot as he tramped down the snow along another path. "Time enough to think about that retorted Peter. "That sounds Just like you. Peter snorted Lightfoot in a tone ot great disgust "Will you never be snythlig but happy-goMucky? Just suppose I did take your advice and should be content to wait until we have eaten a.11 the food wfl can get to by the paths now broken ouL And (oppose that during that time there i Iboold come another snowstorm or it rain a little or melt and then ffeese so as to make a hard crust. Wouldn't we be in a pretty fix? Try- taw to make nnw paths when the snow is dees Is terribly hard work. And trying to break through a crust is worse, for It is not only terribly hard work but It cuts our legs. "No sir, none of that for ns! The time to do anything is when it can best be done. We started these paths with the coming otJhe first mow and wets kept them open by. tramping aiont through them after storm. Keeping them open means life and contort to ns for as long as the snow remains deep, and you may be sure, Peter Rabbit, we don't mtend to run risks through-laziness or the de- sire for Idle gossip. Come around Tor goodness' Lightfoot, do keep still for a tew minutes." when we have the paths all tramped ont and HI tell you all the news, If there is any, but don't bother me now." Peter saw that Lightfoot meant ex- actly what he said. He saw, too, that Lightfoot was wholly in the right. On- ly by keeping that yard open could he and Mrs. Lightfoot be sure of enough to .eat. So Peter kept hii tongue still while from under a snow- covered bush he watched the work for some time. Finally, he turned to start toward home. Just as he did so he saw. a sight that made him freeze rightwhere he was. To freeze, you know, means to sit absolutely still without moving 'so much as an eye- winker. (Copyright, 1931, by T. W. Burgess) ?The nex! story: "A Race for Life." DR STANLEY, M.L.A. ON WITNESS STAND. The charge against the, locll medi- cal man, ot issuing prescriptions for morphine to a person not under medi- cal treatment, has been adjourned to :he Uth. The court resigned its hear- ng on Friday afternoon, when Dr. Stanley, M.L.A. for High River, repre- senting the provincial medical asso- ciation, went into the witness box. He gave evidence that tile issue ot tHe prescriptions was contrary Jo the Medical Act. This was the only wit ness, ithe defence not putting In any. They WORK while you sleep" Opening of Memorial Pipe Organ At Wesley Church (By Artkmr Wsnle.) The Decision ot the opening of the memorial organ m nlghl. is one will be long remembered by the audience of up- wards oC thousand who attend- ed. The progrim given was one of exceptional merit and one wherein tho items elween well fulrllled their object In demonstrating the beauties of the organ sad also its possibilities, mtu as a solo instrument and also lor the purpose of accompaniments. The work ot Dr. Rogers was spe- cially worthy ot notice and the de- mouatration lie gave both as regards tho art of organ playing and also tho .pabllltles cf tbo organ was excel- lent. His choice of selections was a fise one, and it was pleasing to find inch well known numbers Included is and the two selections from "Tan- nhauser." Tho program opened with Boell- man's "Suito Gotchique" The first, movement with the full majestic chords thrilled the audience, and the echo eflect obtained by the theme repeated piano on the swell organ was delightful. The theme of the minuet played allegro sad wards amplified OB the greet organ was very pleasing. The third move- ment, the slow time, gave tho organist anjopportunity for great variety in registration, and here the chimes were introduced with great effect. The fourth movement of the the was- all allegro movement played "leggierissimo" wherein a sustained njelody was ac- companied by rapidly played arpeg- gios. Technique herein was particular- ly worthy of notice, especially work in octaves on the pedals, and the judi- cious addition of the reeds added greatly to the effect' The 'Suite' was thoroughly enjoyed throughout. Mrs. H. H. Johnson delighted the audience with her selections, and al though Elgar's "Sea -Slumber" song was a little above our heads, her rendering showed great finish, parti cularly in the piano passages which were unusually well sustained. As an encore to this, Mrs. Johnson gave KNOXTAKESTHE "Hi" Hockey Sextet Blanked In First Game of Junior Schedule WANT WESTERN BUSINESS MAN ON RAILWAY BOARD REG IN A, Jan. George- sen of Calgary Is being recom- mended to the Dominion govern- ment by the Saskatchewan Asso- ciated Boards of Trade for the vacancy on the board of railway commissioners ef Canada. Influ- ential representations sve being made to the government by many western business concerns and public organizations to have i western business man appointed .to the board. PREMIER'S WIFE VERY ILC ST. JOHN, Jan. Foster, wife ot Hon. W. E. Foster, premier of New Brunswick, Is suffering from bronchial pneumonia, and her condi- tion is dangerous. TEN NEW GUESTS _ Too are buiuus, constipated, aead- fecxtr, full ot cold, unstrung. Your meals don't breath bad, sallow. Take one or two Cis- earets tonight for your liver and bowels and wake up clear, rosy and cheerful. No Inconven- ience. Children love Cucarets, too. 10, K, 60 cents. PACIFIC MILK IS WESTERN Here Is fresh, pure milk from the famous Eraser River Valley, put up in convenient form for tho home. It has the natural flavor of fresh cream duo to an Improved process of canning. It la all your .cook- ing. PACIFIC MILK CO., LTD. Factories Lsdntr and AMetsford, B.C. A Cempeny, dls- tritwtam Ada. 4 The Hotel Hivers, on the Coaldale road, had a bunch of new guests, some ten in num- ber, who arrived on the after- noon train from Calgary, repre- senting members ot the boot- legging fraternity and other derelicts of Calgary society. They were taken under escort to be placed under the guard- ianahip of Warden Rivers., QUAKER BREAD CALGARY DIVINE ISIOPREACH light U4 MicMttUy iBtorMtfeg "Spirit Soac." CsnsjMl Won. Her slating ft O Wrin the enunciation ktr ability to cenvwr tke 'Cf UM song was evldeoeet all wtw her. Mr. Hormesj has an excep- lonal and ke has perfect con- rol of 1L We cannot help feeling owever that his numbers were not ulte IB kevtlac vita tho rest ot the rogram. He received a very good reception, we are sure that at he on Sunday next he will how that is wall ablo to handle ther rausle, character ct which will be more it keeping with his mag- nificent votaa. Titie most striking exhibition ef the vening wwUe performance of Gull- .ant's -Marsh Funobre et Chant The funeral tone of the Maestoso passages, the crescendo nd dimlnendo effects, the variety btalned IB tke trio and the following major traaeeriptlon. concluding the full oitnn difficult 'shake' on the pWals played by the two gave full evidence ot the great powers of Dr. Rogers. "Chant" s one of the most difficult compost- ions in existence. T.he orpegglos maintained on the manuals while a heavy melody hi played by the right oot en pedals, a bass being brought ont by the right foot. Dr. Rogers handled these difficulties W he master that he Is. The last item on the program was he playing ot the "Hallelujah Chor- by special request This request was made by man who had driven orty miles to be present and had not heard chorus tor 18 years. It was delightful to notice that the audience, as Is customary, remained standing during the playing of Handel's mas- terpiece. Dr. Rogers, Mrs. Johnson and Mr. Reynolds will take part in both ser- vices next Sunday, and a short recital will be given after the evening ser- vice. Alberta President to Be Prevent for Memorial OrgM Opening opening services of Wesley Church memorial pipe orgM are to be continued on Sunday morning and evening. The Rev. W. A. Smith, B. preaklent (tor oT St. 1 will be as Mrs. Johison Till render "Like as the Altlsten, Mr. Hot ace Reynolds will sing "The Slave's Dream." In addition tho choir will render "Te Dcuui Lnuda- by C. Vllllers Stanford. Dr. Rogers' selections will Include the following: Prelude "Chanson Dt Hailing'! offertory, Rog- ers, and for postludo, "Ottortorle .In C Bitlste. For evening the following Is the musical program: The choir will render Will of Thy Arthtr BoUlvM., Mrs. Johnson will sing "Abide With Me" by Uddle, and Mr. Reynolds "Open the Gate of the Proctor. In addition they will render a duet, "Break Diviner Light" by AlUtsen. Dr. Rogers' selections for the even. Ing will Include the following: Pre- D, president of the conference, and j hide: "Saa Saint George; pastor oF St. Paul's Methodist church I offertory, Tneo. Du In the city of Calgary, has been se- bos; postludo, Sulll cured as tke special preacher for tho occasion. In the morning he will speak on "Music and Its In the evening "The Trail of Life." The music for the services prom- ises to be oi a very high Quality. Dr. Frederick Rogers, Mus. Doc., B.A., who so thrilled and enthused the large audience on Friday, will preside at the organ, and will be assisted at both services by Mrs. H. H. Johnson, leader ot St. Augustln's choir, and Mr. Horace Reynolds. The mnsie for the morning service Charles H. Caldlcote, U years WKB fatally hurt whon struck by an express engine la the 0. T. R. yards s! Brockvlllo. LUMPS OF INDIGESTION Dwpepsin" tt files your Sour, Caff, Acid Stomtth van. At the close of the evening service Dr. Rogers will give a recital which will Include the following selections: "0 Fr. Lux; Sir John Stainer; Mac- cagnl; "OBertorie In Wely. FINANCIAL CRIStS BROKEN MEXICO CITY, Jan. bankers here declared today to the Undigested food! Lumps ot pain; belching gas, uMs aod aonrnosa. When your stomach Is all npeet, Is Instant waiting. The moment yon cat a or two ot Pape's DUpepsIx all the Indigestion pain and dyspepsia distress caused by Is relieved. Your disordered stomach wffl feel fine at once. These pleasut, harmless tablets ol Pape's Dlapepeln neutralise the harm- correspondent of the Associated Press ful acids in the stomach, and give aV that nhe backbone of the financial most instant relief; besldeitoey cost that crisis has been broken. so little at drug .tores. The Knox crew fcy boring throng' he "Hi" defense last night and play ng a stonewall defense themselves tanked the High School boys to th une of S to 0 in the opening gun }f the Junior League. It was the church boys game froi he start although the "Hi" crew worked hard to hold" down the score 'he Knox boys can credit their wl o practice. It waa clearly rhlch team had been lined, op th ongest by the combination aud speed hat was displayed by the church goers. The High School have a. number of valuable men in Hutton, Rose, Miles and Ridpath. For Knor, Ferko was the leading goal getter with a' total of five. Fralic md Sang on the defence made scor- ng so Impossible the Leech In goal only had to stop two warm shots, dur- ng the entire fray while Ridpath at the other end was called upon con- tinually to defend his citadel. Mor- rison and Hutton the Tings played a ;oorl combination game, (back check- ing like fiends thnioghout the fray. With more practice the "Hi" team will not be the pickings ot the league by any means. They play hard and fast and with a little more finish on the shooting end of things they will find the net behind any one, The line-up: Knox. Leech Fraelio Husband and Wife Are Both BenefitteJ MRS. STEPHENSON FEELS IT HER DUTY TO RECOMMEND DOOD'S KIDNEY PILLS. Victoria Lady who suffered from Paint In the Back tells of the Relief the Sought and Found, Victoria, B.C.. Jan. "Both my husband and myself have obtained great relief through, using Dodd's Kidney So says Mrs. M. Stephensea who lives at Belmont Ave., this city. "For.tiwo years on and she continues, "I have taken them for pains in the back and found great re- lief. I've taken them too with hot lemonade for a cold and got splendid results. I feel It my duty to tell what a splendid remedy Dodd's Kidney Pills are. I always recommend them to my friends. Dodd's Kidney pills are purely and simply a Kidney Remedy. They act directly on the Kidneys, strengthening them and putting them in condition to do their full work ot straining the Im- purities out ot the blood. Doild's Kidney Pills have been in use in Can- ada for more than thirty years. They demonstrated their worth In the most serious forms of Kidney Disease, such as rheumatism, dropsy and diabetes. They have also done splendid work in strengthening sick Kidneys to ward off serious diseases. Ask your neighoors) tt Dodd's Kid- ney Pills are not the best Kidney Sang Morrison Ferko C. Hutton John Gi'rnore Ltd. Bakers of Quaker Bread. PHONE 378. High School. Ridpath Kesler Hill Johnson B. Hutton Miles Green Rose Tnrcotte Summary: First Ferko, C. Button, Fralic, Fralic. Second Ferko, Ferko. Podger. Goal U D. L. D. W. Centro L. W. Subs RELIEF IN SASKATOON SASKATOON, Jan. will be given unemployed men In this city starting from tomorrow when return- ed men will be given free meals and bed at the G.W.V.A. home on presen- tation of a certificate to the effecl that they cannot obtain work. Mar rlcd men can obtain orders for food from the meiical health officer for themselves and family on presenta- tion of similar certificates. 'This scheme applies to returned men only time being, and Is being as- sisted by the city, provincial and Do- minion grants. IN A BAKERY FIRE SEVEN HORSES BURNED MONTREAL, Jan. horses were burned to death and (cars are entertained for tbe safety ot a man in a fire which broke out early this morning in the premises of the Oen eral Bakery. Limited, 300 Cadleux street, tho plant and the building be ing destroyed. District Chief Dagen- als suffered a slight Injury. It was reported to the firemen i shortly after arrival, that there I was a night watchman In the build APPENDICITIS Warm WlUr Properly Applied Pre- Operations, and'Hss Cured Muny Advanced Cases. Hundreds of for Appendi- citis have been avoided by the "J. B. L.' and thousands ot others who have had Stomach Trouble and Constipation for years regained their health completely. Most trou- bles arise from poison accumulated In the Colon, which is absorbed into the system. Internal Bathing keeps the system clean, cures Constipation and the hundreds of which are di- rectly traceable to 1L These letters from among thousands In our possession should convince you that Internal Bathing brings positive results. Mr. James McLaughlin, 91 Evaoston street, Winnipeg, writes: "I bought a 'J. B. L. Cascade' for the cure of a bad case of Appendicitis. My doctors told me I must have an opera- tion at once. I had spent more than fifty dollars in doctor bills, but the Cascade completely removed In a few days every trace ot soreness and pain. I eat and sleep well now, have regain- ed my former weight, and now In perfect health." A Mother from R.R. No. 1, tflamlng- ton, Ont., writes: "About two weeks ago our eldest son took sick with Cramps In the Bowels so bad he could not move. Our doctor gave him hypo- dermic injections and ordered him to the Hospital to be operated on at once. Befoia doing so, however, I in duced him to use the 'J. B. L. Cas- and in less than a week he was up and around, and has been well ever since. It also cured me of severe Headaches and Constipation. I cannot praise the Cascade enough. It cer- tainly is a wonderful Invention." If you have Constipation, Head aches, Appendicitis, or feel languid and not just right, dont drug yourself, bathe Internally. The "J. B. L. Cas- ing, but hn had not been seen since cade" Is being shown and explained jthn fire started. It was thought, how-'at the Red Cross Drug Book 1 ever, that he had escapd through a Lethbridge. Ask for booklet, or write back door, thlt feting found open by Tyrrell's Hygienic Institute, Col> I the lireinr.K. Street, TONE ARM Hexagonal in Shape; Continuous in Construction Why? I. McLagan Tone Arm is different! It is not round, I but hexagonal in shape. Six sided! This absolutely prevents trie passing tonal waves from wasting or losing their strength by setting up any vibration. Place your finger on some round tone arms) when playing and yon can feel the waste of volume and detail Place your finger on a McLagan Tone Arm, and you Will feel no deration. The sound waves are gathering Volume, gaining in losing their strength. It Las no loose joints. Nothing to raffia. No tone leakage, U gives direct passage to the sound waves. Is free of twists of tortuous turns. Free opening at the base; no obstructions whatsoever to impede the course of the tonal waves, or to detract from their claritg. The Tone Arm moves smoothly on a ball-bearing base. No friction., No extra strain on needle. No onnecrasarg wear on records. But above all, U means reproduction fretfj'rom surface noises, The adjustable rmgweight atlhe base of the tone arm gives the exact weight required for the perfect rendering of any make of disc record. Coll on any McLagan dealer. Ask him to demonstrate the Tone Arm and other exclusive McLogan features. Them judge foryourself, THE McLAGAN PHONOGRAPH CORPORATION LIMITED ONTARIO WILLIS PIANOS, LTD. HULL BLOCK. DISTRIBUTORS FOR SOUTHERN ALBIRTA. ;