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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MUiNIMY, JANUAHt 10, This the Last Week of Clarke's PETER SEES A RAGE FOR LIFE Tiis one thing in tLis .Trorld of strife .More prsclous than all elee is life. F'..irr Rabbit sat under a mw COT- efdil bush in the Green Forent "Inez- Int." That dofisc L loean that he was colft or that Jack frost was even ehlaf him. It means that ho was sit- ting as still as if he were frozen stiff by Jack Frest. When anil how' to "freeze" is one o? the most Import- ant lessors the little neoplo of the Green Forest and the Green Meadows toayo to and those who it best livo loniest. There Is a time to "freeze" and a time to run, and to know which to do and then to do it is the secret of escaping danger. As Peter eat under teat little bash ie didn't move so much as aa eye- winker. He couldn't have been more motionless if he had been a stone. He eveii held his breath. And he wished, oh, how ho wished, that his heart stop thumpir.5 against his ribs. A Merry Little Breeze tried to rumple hi.i hair, but Peter did his heat to luep >iis hair fiat. You see. he at- ford to have even his hair move. His if you could have sesn tisiso eyes you would have thought wera gain; to pop right out of Peter's head. Yes, sir, you certainly would. In fact, they felt that way to Poter. And In his heart was a graat thankfulness that he not made the first hop toward home which he had intended to make only a second be- fore. You see, just us had made ready to hop out from nmler that little bush he had caught sight of something that had caused him to change his mind instantly and to "freeze" right where It v.'as a whitn form, bound- ing over the snow with wonderful jumps, such jump? us only terrible fear could make possible. He knew instantly who it wns his big ccusin, Jumper, the whose coat iir Is pure whiCe. And he knew tin very instant he auw .lumper that Jcrnper was racing for his life. He linew that some enemy was after 'Jum- per. In two winks eye he saw the cause of that race for life. Behind Jumper cime another, also dressed all ia white, but this one was in the air. He was a great broad winged bird. His head round and big. A pair of nerce, sreat, round eyes glared at Jumper. His wings, made no sound. had sren him once before, so he know who Peter would have known by those wiflgs, even' had he never.seen him before, that .the stranger was a cousin of.Hooty the Owl. It was Whitey the Snowy Owl. Feter knew that Whitey was -quite. Jumper, (Tied Peter un- t der ins breath- as a huntar in the daytime as was Terror the Goshawk, and this is why he took such pains to He knew that those round, tierce eyea would catch the least lltt'le movement, especially as Peter's cost wyis brown- isii, while all around him everything was white. Much quicker than I can tell it. Jumper and Whitey iiad passed Peter, and he signed. It was just the faintest kind of a sigh, a .sigh of re- lief. He knew that "vVhiiey''s eyes, like the eyes of Hooty the Horned Owl and Spooky the Screech Owl, all the other Owl cousins, -were fixed in their sockets and could not be t'irned from side to side. That meant that now he was past Petsr he couldn't possibly see him unless he turned his head way around, and he was tco intent on catching Jumper to do that Twice the great hooked cSaws ed for Juniper as Whitey struck at1 him, but each time Jumper dodged Co one eide just at the right'instant. Now; that he himself was no longer inoan- ger Peter's whole thought was-fof-bij bis cousin, Jumper the Hare. 1 "Hun, Jumper, cried Peter un- der his breath. "Oh, runT" Would Jumper escape? Could he? Peter was thankful that it was not he who was racing for life from those terrible claws. (Copyright, 1021, by T. W. Burgess) The ncit story: "The End of the Race." Newlywed: "DarHng, without showing that iny love is dying, I'd like 'to ask. vein to have liver and bacon some night soon. I'm growing a little tired of chocolate 21st Century Press. 10 KILL OFFICERS Widow of Former Irish Victim Shut Through Clothes Escapes STRENGTH FOR YOUNG MOTHERS How Lydia E, Pinkham'i Veg. etable Compound Restores Health and Strength. Fanners'Week At Brandon DUBLIN, Jan. attempts were made on. the car in the attempt' to assassinate two officers this morn- ing, the first at Charlo Mont bridge, a mile from the heart of the city. Eight men subjected the machine to a fusillade of revolver shots, after which one of the attacking party, ac- i cording to the authorities mounting the running board and twice fired pointblank at the woman in the mach: iue. The bullets passed through her clothing, but she was not wounded. The officer who was wounded, re- ceived his Injuries in this attack. The car .raced awai% but shortly-after- ward was again attacked. A cart was driven across the road and when the a number of men who had laid In ambush for It opened a hot fi.-e. The car 'again however, and ultimately reached Dub- j lin Castle, badly smashed by bul- lets. Another report stated that the woman wa.a not the wife of one of the officers in the car, but the widow ot one' of the victims of the November assassinations In Dublin and that she was proceeding to the castle to Iden- j tify a man arrested in connection with the .murder: of her husband. So far as is known, this alleged attempt to assassinate a woman was the first that had occurred during the Irish troubles. the birth of y child I was not able to stand on my jMt j WM gjufeafc 11 could not get up. 11 suffered such pains I1n my back I could I not work or hardly I take care of my I baby. of my I neigh bora recom- I mended Lydia E, I Pinkham's Veeeta- I bio I (took it and 9 Lydia E. Pinkham'i ______.______I Sanative Waih, and I got better right away and was soon a new woman and coo Id work hand, and I can recommend these remedies to other yonng mothers who are weak and ailing u I ORA 0. BowiRS, 621 S. Hocmer Street, Lansing, Mich. Women who are in ?Jrs. Bowers' con- dition should not continue to suffer from weakness and profit from her experience and jive this famous root herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinltham's Vegetable Compound, a trial. For suggestions in retard :to yont condition write Lydia E. Plnltbam Med- icine The reuultof their 40 jean' experionccis at your BRANDON, Jan. is farm- ers' week in Brandon and representa- tives from all the provincial branches [ot the United Farmers of Manitoba alohff with agricultural experts are present for the opening sessions. The big meeting :of the week will not be- gin until Wednesday when the United Farmers' three-day session starts, with suoh" important matters as the wheat pool and provincial politics to ibe discussed. '.Tonight the Manitoba Livestock Breeders' Association meetings will get under way with representatives of the Shorthorn, Aberdeen Angus and I Hereford clubs in conference. A joint meeting of the livestock I breeders and the farmers will be held j Wednesday evening with Hon. Dun- can Marshall, minister of agriculture for Alberta, Prof. Bracken, president of the Manitoba Agricultural College, IB. A. Weir and H. A. Wood as the speakers. During the convention of the United Farmers, the United Farm Women of Manitoba, will also meet. Robbers Stole Lot of Diamonds TORONTO, Jan. stole 131.000 worta of diamonds anil other jewelry from the safe of Paquett and Hughes, manufacturing jewelers, over the using electric-driven drills and acetleyene blow torches. The robbery was discovered this morning. There are four holes drilled-near the combination on both outside and inside doors. The door of the Inside safe was badly burnt and the shelves were scorched. 'We had over worth of jewelry, including of diam- onds, U5.000 of diamond jewelry, be- sides other stone said Mr. Paquett today, "our stock is covered by insurance." SALE Get your share early this week while assortments are still good. One third off prices .prevail all over the store till Saturday.' night, after which only special lots will be featured at bargain prices for quick'and. decisive clearance before inventory. One-Third Off Everything All This Week WOMEN DIE AFTER BLOOD TREATMENT TORONTO, Jan. have not been advised of the facts of the caseo, but I will go into the said Raney this morning when asked if an inquest would be ordered into the circum- stances surrounding the mysterious death of Miss Monica Kennedy and Mrs. two young women who collapsed and died last Saturday with- in a few minutes after receiving a blood treatment in the office of Dr. J. H. McCounell, street west. COST FOR DEATH OF A CAT (Sweetgrass Is a cat worth There may be many who will Imagine this is quite a sum of money to pay out for a cat, especially a dead one, but this was ..what John Walker, American immi- Igratlon officer at this point paid into I thVcourt of Justice' of the Peace Dan- iel Griffith last Friday. The plaintiff in the case was Mrs. Osby, owner of the International cafe here. It was alleged by witnesses that Walker knocked a cat from the. flag port near the .immigration office'and then .set a onto it, .thereby, causr Ing the death of the animal. The dead cat was displayed in the court room and was identified. by. its .owner, she bringing it to. the attention of the court that the hair anJund one of its eyes had been singed off. Walker was dressed in a soldier's C. P. R. SOCIAL CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS] At the anuual meeting of the C.P.R.' Social and Athletic Club on Friday evening the following officers for the year were named: presi- dent, C. D. MacKintosh, re-elected; president, F. Reagh, re-elected; vice-president. W. S'aanders, and secretary-treasurer, W. Haitern. The president's address and report of the secretary showed the club to have had. a most successful year fln- ancially and socially, and the club la now firmly established. One of the big 'stunts' of the year was the vialt of Santa Clans arranged by the club for the children of C.P.R. employees at Christmas. It was decided to cele- brate the first anniversary by holding a supper and dance' on Jan. 34th, de- I tails of which will tie published later. The club's next social evening takes place on. Tuesday of tBJS'weeK, in the form of a dr.uce. 5, DO IS- When the 'Children Cough, Rub Musterole on Throats and Chests Noi telling how soon the ajmptoms may develop into croup, or worse. And then'a when-you're glad you have a jar of Musterole at hand to give prompt, sure relict It does not blister. first aid Hid a certnin remedy, Miwterole ia excellent Thousands of mothers know it You should keep a Haja the house, ready for instant use. tt Is tbfl reoedy for adults, too. Ue- Itoraaora throat, bronchitisi tonsllltis, lOf neck, asthma, neuralgia, -1" pleiirfey, tbeZ PROMINENT MAN DEAD VANCQUVER, Jan. S. Em- one of the best known lumber- men and financiers of British Colunv IE dead 'at his home here. He was 63 yeArs.- of age. Senator Makes A Bitter'Attack 6n Western Province BOLSHEVIK WILL NOT MAKE WAR ON'GEORQIA CONSTANTINOPLE, Jan. Bolshevik, it is reported, have decid- i ed not to take any hostile actions I against Georgia, as they are able to I carry on their foreign trade through Batunl.. They alao consider that they in- directly control Georgia, as that, coun- try is absolutely dependent upon Tiatum for oil and this economic wea- pon is doem'jd adequate to protect Bolshevik interests. 'NEW B. C. COMPANIES _____ VICTORIA, Jan. -were 772 nfiw companies incorporated in Brit- ish Coliimb'iii during 1920, according to figures mude public today. 1919 there wern Bl'6, and in 1918 the corp- oration numbered 347. Sixty-six extra provincial companies were ficlmKted to business last year. uniform and pleaded his own case, and denied that' he was to blams for the death of ilje cat. Judge Griffith lined the defendJbt and the costs, it in all amounting to The fine was immediately paid. ST. JOHN LABOR FAVORS PUBLIC ..OWNERSHIP ST. JOHN. Jan.- St. John Trades and Labor council, last night adopted, a resolution in favor of the city taking over and operating the gaa, electricity, and street railway .systems. tha irall, Robert bfting outiide the barn. The boyi were eleven years of age. ix> aat now another aavvitta mT I to hi nit. Bleed. ing, or Protrud B Inj rilej. No Dr. ChitM'i ointment will ralleve you M once niul Hflurd lasting ooe, a poi: all deiikTi, or lUnianKii, Butes a C-.. Limited. Toronto. Sample lior free if you mention tliis nuer and eucioso 2c. IUEIP Kvjnr polite. While the twin sons of Robt. Hall. of. Westbourne, Man., were cleaning out a stable New Year's Day, Robert was-fatally stabbed in the head by] Thomas with a fork he was using In pitching the refuse through a hole in Hon. Walter C. Nichol, proprietor of the'Vancouver Province, and newly- appointed Heutenant-ffpyernor of Brit- ish Columbia. He 'waa formerly iu newspaper work in Hamilton, Toronto and London, Ont. NEW U.S. TREASURER WASHINGTON, Jan. P.1 Al- len o'f Somerset, Maryland, was nom- 1 Inilted today by President Wilson to be treasurer of the United Mr. Allen, who has been assistant treas- urer, succeeds John Burke, v.hose re- HiKnation was accepted yesterday by the president. Senctpr. ..I... p. Carisrain, wlm takefe strong esfcoptioa to the fact Hint SUB- katclie'wtn hai a largo surplus. .of "I xrajniiflt account for.tiiia allaned SBnntt.r Caagraln. "Why, J-nisveE heard of this province paying, either the capital or interest on any of money, millions and millions- thai, was guaranteed for the construe- tioo of of CALIFORNIA UNANIMOUS Qanailians are only too willing to tee- tify to the great, healfog jower this remedy contains. It nns conrjuered coughs of 35 years' itftnding. It ear.- not fail to do for you what it hits, <3ono for others. You hart evetything to gain and nothing to loie, M it is under a money-back guarantee 1o baiiiHh confehs, eoIoV, bronchitis, bronchial asthma and you from getting the "Flu." It id not ft syrup, hut a deientiflft tnlxrure, SO limes stronger than any other cough ' One dose (jives relief. Price, 76 conta. Take no eubstitute. None genuine without my Aik jour druggist 17 SOLD IN LETHBHIDQE BY f HE STOKE8 DRUG CO. Shave, Bathe and Shampoo with one I. Fither So Happy Over Wonderful Recov- ery She Goes Around the House Singing Like a Girl- "I certainly do believe Tanlac is the best medicine in the world, and I want everybody to know about said Mrs. Gertrude Fisher, of 759 Wel- lington St., Winnipeg, Man. "For a year I was all run-down, had no appetite and suffered intensely from indigestion no matter what or how little I ate. I .had awful dizzy spells at times and lived in constant dread of them. I got very little rest night or day and just believe I was the most nervous person on earth. I went to bed tired and got up tired and didn't have energy enough to do my housework and would have to call In help. "I had tried to many treatments I and medicines without getting relief I had'aboutlost faith in all of them, but I felt I would give anything in .the world to get my health'back and decided to give Tanlac a trial. It proved to be the best investment I ever made, for Tanlac succeeded in doing what all the others failed to do. I "I am in perfect health today. My appetite is just splendid and my rti- i gestion could not he improved upon, j i My nerves have been restored to thair normal condition and nobody could wish for sounder or more peaceful I sleep than I enjoy every night now. I get up in the morning feeling rest-1 ed and refreshed and go singing j around the house as happy as, a girl, j "If Tanlac had made nie over again it couldn't have made a' bigger change i in the -'way I feel. It will always bn a mystery to me how a medicine could make such a difference, but all I know Taniac has done what seemed almost impossible." 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