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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta I 3E VWJIlffiBf THB IdiTHBftTpGB DAILY HERALD FRIDAY. JANUARY 14.1921 LITTLE MRS. PETER ADMITS SHE IS WRONG BY THORNTON W. BURGESS Who by the thine" ho learns BOOM tittle ? of wisdom earns. Rabbit. It wasn't until the m-Mdla of tho day after his roturn to tue Old Briar-patch that little Mrs. Peter mentioned lonir absenco and liow she had worried so thit she had lost her appetite. Gently she ycoUed Peter. She couldn't be other than gaatlo if sho tried. She pointed out to him how foolish it was to run such risks whan he might be safe and comfortable in the Old Briar-jntcD. "But. Fvray, ray protested Peter, "y stays at home un'd uaver (Ms oat into the Great how iy one to ways o( tilt Grsat "Of what uie io it to ways of tie Great WorldT' dmuutee little PeWr. "1 ketiers JTX hare Isarned a rtagie tkiic worth knowing from Ttnar dreadful adTrc- turei of the latrt few "Oh, yw, I retorted Peter "What demaaded IWie Mrs. Pet ''vVeiL for one thiue I have learned that it isn't safe to 90 into any plies th only one Yf ay replied Peter. "My mother taught me that before wkat uao it to learn Uie ways or the Oreat demanded Ifttls Mrs. Peter. May Hold Position IB B. C. Hut Winnipeg Meeting Offers f No Solution For Un- employment, A, ILV -A readutiou presslng willingness tn rut or iuto any fo-oporativo movement v.Mth other or- j to reliovo tho mieuipJoy- inent situation was paused at this J moriiiftff'fi Hoepion ui' tho systems I board of of tho Canadian Piicilic, Hues brotherhood of railway freight and express handlers station em- ploycos. This resolution was 'brought ill by ttie resolutions committee uiul wftB tho subject of considerable dis- cussion. No (itfuiiie piaas or sug- gestion? for relief of the unem- ployment situation contained in it. The resolution emphasised point thitt the brotherhood must pre- serve tho terms of jteroameM with the C. P. II. regarding seniority and expressed the idea that the railway company should do its utmost to as- hy not laying off any large num- ber of men. Practically the outiry morning was [leveled to receiving and discussion, of the report cf the resolution com- mittee. Tho meeting vas not open j to the press and several of the reso- the ol Presently brought m related strictly to noticed whattookBd i short enow-1 mutters concerning the brotherhood covered post standing above the j and were not siveo out. snow-covered It puz-! Another resolution which passed ad- :detc her. She couldn't reuwinber vised affiliated lodges to liuk up seeu before. Apparently the yoanf rabbit had no- "H's que-er I've never noticed that post over there said she. I iris big enough to.jaap over a blade of grass." retorted little Mra. Peter. "I replied Peter. "My mother taught me same thing. But it is one thing to be taught 4 thins; and another thine to learn that it is real-1 I-otar stopped talking long enough iy learned it when Prickly Porky jtn look- Ins'antly ha thumped the made rae a prisoner in a hollow los. signal. The yonng Rabbit in- 1'li never be causht in any such fa Mainly turned and scampered lipper- aglin. You we don't always ty-Hpperty-lip for the dear Old Briar- Sellovo the ihinss we are taugut un- patch, and the instant he turned that with the local trades and labor coun- cil and also with the provincial trades .Mrs. Ralph Hmitu, W.O.O., widow of a former minister of finance, whow seat in'thu Brltlflh Columbia legisla- ture afce secured at the bye-election following his death, and who headed a poll of twenty-uma candidates in Vancouver at the recent general eleo tious, is mentioned as a probable occu- pant of u cabinet position in the pend- ing reconstruction of the returned Oliver government. W. E. Turner, of-Calgary, president. Tonight the (telegaten will be guests of the local lodge and go in a. body to the theatre. ticed it, tno, and wms to councils where they exist look at'it, for he wu bedded that and tne federal trades and labor council. The board, also discussed plans to draw all members of the bro- therhood into the organizations. The session was presided over by New Facts on Vitamines (By Brlu B.lden, M.D.) post came to life, spread broad white! vinss and started after him. It was Whitey the Snowy Owl. my laid Petgr, "is proof of the Taine of knowledge of the Great and there -was Just a wee bit of triumph in Peter's "if I hadn't seen Whitey yesterday I uiv__ .....ut uijij wouldn't have known him when I saw to become lost and siich'terrible him out there. I would have thought mdYestures that ever since he had Jast.aa TOU did that he was just a post, and this youns scamp of ours til experience proves the truth of Just then the only one of their chil- dren who had remained in the dear Old Briar-uatch hopped along one of private little paths that led out to the edge. It n'as the one who had once, thought himself BO smart and out into the Great World, only j foujrd and brongfct back he had quite conteat to remain at home, although he fully grown now. His brothers and sisters had left the dear Old Briar-patch to make homes for themselves out in the Great World, but this one had seen quite enough of it. "Where are you asked Mrs. Peter. "Just outside to eiercise my legs a replied the young Rabbit. "All right, my dear, but be careful. Dpu't go warned Mrs. Peter. Peter continued talking, but little Mrs. Peter didn't listen. She was watching her handsome youbg son, as would bo furnishing that old white robber with a dinner this very min- ute." "You are right and I was replied Mrs. Peter with a little sob of thankfulness. (Copyright, 1921, by T. W. The next story: "Hunger Makes whitey Bold." Spain is planning to build a real navy The announced program In- cludes the nuihling of armored cruis- ers for defense and offense. The ships will be built in Spaiu. Lady Pope, of the I.O.D.B., who is active In the campaign to secure duty- free motion picture films from Bri- tain. Pure Food Markets Week-End Specials CHOICE ROASTS OF BEEF.per Ib. 15c, 18c and 2flc CHOICE BOILING BEE per Ib. CHOICE ROASTS OF VIAL, per Ib 20c, 25c and 3flc (WE SHOULDERS OF MUTTON, per Ib. 24c FINEST STEWING MUTTON, per Ib. FINEST STEffING VEAL, per Ib. PURE LEAF LARD, per Ib. 25c NEW LAID EGGS, per dozen 80c FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER, per Ib. (JOc Ask for Shamrock Brand Hams, Bacon, Lard, and Butter THE EMPIRE'S STANDARD. _ USED FROM COAST TO COAST. The numines are the most impor- tant elements oi our diet as they ac- tually regulate nutrition by virtue of their mere presence, iu minute quan- tities, a function whicb caunot ba per- formed br other nutritive products. They are not only the most important elements, but they are absolutely necessary.. When vitamines are lacking in food or when the right kind of vitamine is not being consumed the result ap- pears in the form of deficiency ids- eases. These diieases can be cured and are sometimes cleared up with remarkable rapidity when tho defici- ency is met with the proper amount and kind of vitamins for the particu- lar case. p The varions kinds of vitamines are named according to their ability to be according to their solubility. Those that can dissolved in water are called' "water- and the one soluble in fat solvents is called "fat-soluble." There are two kinds of water-soluble vita- mine, making in all three classes of vitamine, each an Important element in a different way. Vegetable! the 'greatest amount of vitamines of any foods. Fat-soluble vitamine is found chiefly egg yolk, butter, fish oil, plant leaves and some vegetables. With lack of this growth is impaired, the teeth are inclined to poorly de- veloped and there ia a. tendency to rickets. The water-soluble vitamine of one 1 kind is found in seeds, yeast and same vegetables. Lack of it causes impairment of growth anil scurry. Water-soluble vitamine ot the sec- ond kind occurs in some fruits, such as oranges and lemons, in cabbages, and In a few other vegetables. Defi- ciency .in it causes impairment of growth, malnutrition and beriberi. Poods containing vitamines eaten in their natural state will prevent de- ficiency diseases, but it IB Important to note that various cooking process- es, including pasteurization and can- Ding, destroy the vitamines, White flour, polished rite and cornmeal are lacking in vitamines, because of their mechanical denudation' of these ele- ments by the milling process. HEAVY STORMS ON ATLANTIC NEW YORK. Jan. of I steamship lines, here reported today that 13 passenger vessels and 2fi I freight steamers due In this port to- 1 day and tomorrow from European ports, liave been delayed from 12 to 48 hours because of heavy jitorms. Among those held up are tho Impera- tor, one of the largest passenger ships afloat, and tho La France. P. BURNS CO. Limited DOMINION FISH MARKET Hffl Block. Phone 545. MAIN MARKET 3rd Ave. Phone 412. DOMINION MARKET Hill Block. Phone 1654. Mary Oanlen, donna, who may direct the Chicago Opera Com- RYLANDS ri A f RUMMAGE 3ALL It's wonderful where all the trade comes from, but after all, it's real qual- ity goods at real sale prices that make a sale while to both merchant and customer. Many lines have been cleared out entirely but there are still many good values all over the store for those who have neglected shopping until now. Just Two Days More of this greatest all rummage sales. Be sure and put in your estimate on the penny contest not later than Mondav. Someone will win, and you be that ONE. Here Is a Tahleload of Extra Values We have placed one huge table good central place and on it we nave placed all odds and ends. There are Wool Overalls for children, Woollen Scarf Sets, iliddy Waists, Rompers, etc; .in fact, values right up to Anything on this table for You Are Going to Miss a Big Treat If You Miss Seeming One of These Blouses See them in the window and that there many moro inside for you to select from..Wash silks, crepe da and georgette creiie are the materials; some are plain, others are embroidered iu neat de- signs that are very pleasing, and all correct styles this season. Values up to Ryland's Rummage Kitnonas, Home Dresses, Aprons, Whitewear, Hosiery, Gloves, Rib- bons, Sheetings, Cottons, Curtain Nets, Silks, Dress Goods. YOU SAVE ON EVERY ONE. OVER IN MERCHANDISE To be given away absolutely free to the persons making the' nearest guesses to the correct number of pennies in our window, the following prizes will be given Mole and Hudson Seal Fur Third Georgette Blouse, hand A A .UU Cape, valued at Ladies' Velour Coat, with embroidered, val- (POCT A A ueclat Fourth Silk Unaerskirt, val- S18.00 To the next six nearest estimates a pair of silk hose valueu at per pair. An estimate card given with a purchase of or over. Come in and try it, you may be a prize winner. WHITE FLANNELETTE GOO yards of good heavy Flan- nelette bought many months ago at a good price. Pull 28 inches wide, and value worth S5c .in yard. Rylands' Rummaga Salo .........4UC UNDERSKIRTS A'real sale of Underskirts that will mean real savings to you. There aro floral sateens and plain heatherbloom skirts thai, sola at >rr Rylands' Rummage Sale COMBINATIONS We have placed all our Children's Combina- tions on one table. There are- almost all sizes, and the values, well, they're Rylands' usual good value that we have sold all season. Values up to Rylands' Rummage Sale ............f...... LADIES' COMBINATIONS Not a poor garment iu the lot aud all are standard make, and just what is wanted in styles and present wear. Values up to a suit. Rylands' Rummage Sale COLORED FLANNELETTE We have a big stock oC Colored Flannolettos which we purchased when pricea .were low, To- pday wo share with you this lucky purchase and give you a reduction as well. All wide JA width. Regular GGu'value, for ............frUC SHEETING We havo always been proud our values in Sheeting, and during our sale we are going to make some big specials in Sheetings. We liai'C S x -1 and fJ x 4 plain sheeting. Sold regularly at yard. KylLnds' Rummage Sale, yard Regular value. Rylaiids' Rum- mage Sale, yurd..................... QA., UNDERSILKS We have placed all our Bilk combinations, a few silk camisoles, and a number of oilk bloom- ers In several styles, all in one lot. There are values ui> to Hylatids' Rummage An Sale, each COMFORTERS These good big Comforters are all size 72 ?c 72, and aro marie from good quality ot materials in fancy floral designs and filled with good quality of cotton. Regular ?6.00 Regular for Regular 57.75 for CREPE DE CHINE Fine dainty crepe de chine silks in a full range of shades such as pink, rose, grey, wine, maize, liiue, etc. All one valuu at j-ard regular. Hylands' -Rummage Sale, AIJ per yard GREY HOSIERY 300 pairs only in the lot. Those ara good weight, and are full fashioned. Just the tiling for use around the hone in the morning. Regu- lar (iOc value. Rylands' Ilummaga or Sale J5C COTTON HOSIERY pairs of good full fashioned cotton hosiery in black, white, anil few pairs of brown. Theso arc values .worth up to SOc pair. Hylands' j f Itummago Sale 45C LADIES' COMBINATIONS You will find two or three styles in tills lot but all are- values that sold in the regular way' as high as J5.50 garment. They are all well made ami-good fitting. Rylanda1 Rummage AC Salc RYLAND Q L V AND COMPANY ;