Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
THK KKTHRRIPOR DATLY HERALD SATURDAY. JANUARY HUNGER MAKES WHITEY BOLD iunans b: huawr Reddy Kox. if by no of tke people or the Greon to IM of UM warlMt ko newr tefcea Madaw riikB. Bat kard pruned by knucr Kaito boldest o( tie twM. Tie nae is true of Uw entaf ft tte mow Heddy Jud been t ku4 tfcno to enongk to cat to kM0 la hte body. He tcldOM know wkat it wu to IUTO a till result wu he urns often Fxrnsor BnMrm'a heBTaf4 rren in fcroad day-, Utht, fcopine for a to catch CM of (M Bnt Farm- er Bmrtt's aoy fctpt than kens lock- erf np at nifki and in B yard with a Ugh irin> femoc b; 017, for be had Reddy about and knew Just what Heddy vu tban for. Ho wu far Xadtr, bat he couldn't a.f- fnH to 1st hhn hare any o.t those Wliitay allchtad on the top of the henhouM and sat for ail JruUnt How Batty did Uiat I noM fenw! There wera these it with A Mrs lama Peach WHO IS "PETER OUTE By J.S.K Dear conceive me, a duml no thoji a imui's hantl, ing to blot oul the sun, nor do I feel au sed in the Bible. 1 ain't try- 1 will bring on :iny lempest with attendant destruction. B-Jt I rise, in all my womanly maj-1 csty and grace, uubendins knees aud assuming u debutante slouch on my let'l t'oct ask a direct question. Mr. ?ilayor an4 Connuissioners why, oh um you ncgiuct to iippoiut a u rromeu on your committee oi investigatiou. Women have no votes, should chaperon. Itt touch going those old bucks lock horns. As for me, atid My Cousin Isa Prune, there in no use asking us to join now, we are offended already would, only make matters But please put a memo in your file 5 weeks ahead and see how many men are in session 6 weeks from last Wed- nesday night. Peter Oute, was ho un apostle or a philosopher, I don't want to use his name in vain, but what ever made his cessful Fusion. You are there MRS. IAMA PEACH. with that soft bubbly soapy stuff, have held 2 meetings complimenting them ou a job already and they dont know for sure ell and efficiently performed, yet at I what for., Don't it remind you of a time like this you forget my sex. those good old aldennamc days and nothing betwwn them and hhn j A t wWta bir4 ___ that BltenMe wire netting. Day af-, tbo falatast ter he stole HP jMhind the 10Blld knew who it fat ina trr to wli iMUBUy. u wiitey the didn't know it, watching Reddy, for he had discovered Roddy's black little the corner of the harn. Shakespeares ftsay "Much How do Porumity of refusin, to act on you, to at way to one of Snowy Owl, who had come down from think ef i them. Ahran he hocei to find the left ooeo. Bnt he merer did. He felt sure he could that win fence, but he knew that ft would be alow work and if he did climb It uA he wouldn't be able to climb out again hi a tarty with a fat hen In his mouth. he ww sorely tempted to try It, bvt his com- mon sense always prereMed any such foolish act One morning; he wee peeejnc around the corner at the barn watching thoae fat hens. Farmer Brown's hoy had just fed them and they wero mating a great foe over tSetr Farmer Browi's boy had dosed the gate and had gone up to the house. He was. standing on the doorstep watching the hens and, though Reddy North whltey the top of the henhouse and there he sat once more he Md thoie t wjn aad i flew .over down Into henyard it. There was then shot a terrible CrtkvraSoap Shampoos Bat For dvldroi If wiih them to have thick, hcutfay hair through life shampoo regularly with Cuticura Soap and hot water. Before ihampooinf touch spots of dandruff and itching, If any, with Cnticnrt Ointment. A dean, healthy acslp usually means good hair. Sold racket by the frightened hens and a ysll from Farmer Brown's boy us he started for that henyurd as fast as he could run. great winps flapped and he alowly flew up OYer that miserable wire fence mnd out toward the snow- coTered Green Meadows. In his great, curved claws was the fattest of Farm- er Brown's hons. Fanner Brown's boy was yelling and waving his arms, but paid him not the laast atten- tion. Away he flew with that fat hen while Farmer Brown's hoy hurriedly drove the rest of the hens back into ihe henhouss and shut them in. Reddy watched Whitey until he saw him drop down to the snow-covered Green Meadows far enough away to eai his breakfast in safety. Then j cent, of those named didn't "go1 Iteddy started toward him. It might j for as the first meeting, bo that WhKcy would leave just a bite for him. And as he ran Roddy's mouth watered. "I wish I had thought Hedcty bitterly. "I wish I had wings. portunity old cimmittee. Of curse I know as well as you do that they is certain women in this town who are keen on the committee stuff, and would like a whole page to themselves, ilke me, to air their views. But if its talk, views and ideas women are never ei- tor words. want, well we actly at a loss Without women, your committee i will dwindle to a mere skeleton of its j original self. But iastal a few rockin I chairs and let us women attend and you will not ha without a quorum. First and Foremost (Stirling, Skiff, change cars for Warner) I am in no way criticizing or belittling your com- mittee. I am like Mr. Green in that respect. They is all good men and blue, and take it from me, they will be bluer, every time they have to give up something they really want to do, to attend your Wed. night spe- LIGHTS and SHADOWS Bye WISE OLD OWLS The Lethbridge Board of Trade seem to have a way of "Letting George 1'c It." This only applies, however, when the George happens to be Marnoch, We have a delightful climate and all that sore of thing, folks, but listen cial matinee. They are good as lar _thig wjnd to blow. as they go, but what I am endeavor- to shine forth and illuminate this page with, is that there are many who won't go far. Get. me, there was about 50 That old robber doesn't have to worry about wire fences." Strange to "say, Herfdy felt that he was the one robbed, not Farmer Brown. The 50 per centum who did not go" are I know as anybody in about. If we are to judge by the number of whiskey prescriptions issued Alberta is the sick man of Canada. THE DEACON SAYS That it la about, time this jazz craz- ed generation got 'back to the Bunny town. They were Just boiling over at iea5t. with enthusiasm ar.fl urge for a I change. Hut thoughtful cusses, they A despatch from tha coast states realized that if they attended, blood (hat a coffin was .recently found filled (Copyright, 1821, by T. W. Burgess.) Tha ueit story: "Iteddy Gets the Worst of a Fight." Proper Care of the Hair (By Brloe Btldtn, M.D.) would bo spilt. city to the cost of So why put our with bottles of whiskey. kalsominlng the Mayor's stall and hiring 3 janitors to And when dad read it last nite to clean up the mincemeat Of coursn Ma, he said: "Well, that h'aint the they were as keen as razors, safety first coffin whiskey has filled, Eizzie." razors, you have to give them credit I for that. They may drop in later but And Ma sniffled and said: "No, Pa, the mere trifle of sturtins right con- j it almost filled one in our family, did- them not. The finish is the corns thing. finish is right. At the present rate of backsliding the original committee n't "THE HANDCUFF Uncle Sam had pairs of will be as extinct as wild pigeons in I handcuffs left over from the A. E. F. 6 meetings more. Tho Mayor will; equipment. He evidently expected to They WORK while you sleep" There are several very popular ideas in regard to the care of the j hair which are without grounds for tha implicit faith of their followers. Others of similar popularity have con- siderable truth iu them, as in the case of the really beneficial effects of massage, shampooing and the local application of electricity, all of which tend to improve the circulation. The idea that cutting the hair makes it grow in thicker is wrong, although there is something to be said for cut- ting children's hair for other, reasons. Cutting the hair does not increase the number of hairs. In the case, of chil- dren short hair enables the head to be kept clean more easily, and the air and light may reach the scalp and keep it in a healthy conditiou. Shaving the head does Dot seem to have any beneficial effect ou the hair and is said by some to actually re- tard its growth. Another mistake by some which, is rather absurd and which is entertain- ed by the average tonsorial artist, is that singeing the hair is good for it and ienconrages growth. Singeing is absolutely useless and, in fact, is likely to injure the hair. Hair tonics are as useless as singe- ing, and the pomades or greases for have to form press gangs to get any body to preside over. Unless they put on some snappy vaudeville turns there won't he any more committee than there ia in It-eland. Those who attended the first few meetings with tomahawks, axes and knives unfurled will gradually dull their picUs, and then to the real business the committee. The compiling and setting down such paragraphs as this: Article 3 is to he amended by chap. 18 of the statutes of as follows, striking out the words commissioners in the fourth line thereof and adding "manager" in place of the deleted word Mayor, aud by adding at the 7th line thereof the figures "not in excess of per and also in the 17th line of the said article by delet- ing the words 4 yrs. and adding the that with the deletions deleted and the additions added the said para- graph of the said article should read in its entirely, etc., etc., etc. Some Oh its going to be bag the whole German army alive. At last the Leagne of Rations ap- pears to be losing its grip. ODE TO B. C. I hear you calling You call me as I take my morning shave, And when at noon I at the waiters You call! Do you half sense the pain? Of that sweet call To happiness again. Now that our Alberta women have the vote wo notice that the politicans are trying to make a hit with every A dry cellar nowadays is no recom- mendation for a house. the cross- 0 well, George has been cross for some time. CAN THIS BE RI6HT? The broad way that leads to dn- t dohm neon tax and excessive profit tnx and watch the trade risings and fluctuations and wait on drab pmiky cuHtnmers and collect bills. When evening comes hes perfect fresh and as crisp as a now born water lily. He will eat up ______ In business, as in courtlngr the first impression counts for a" good deal __ SATURDAY is the most popular form of tho hair aro of little benefit and are, j that whereas and hereinbefore men-1 suicide.'Wor-v impairs aowtite din- In hrldiUnn n raHmr imnTona-i-nf an ft n.i if nHi j hn otmh vn, Vfttei 1 or two occasion- r to kmw your liver and bowels t Wkra bllloni, constipated, heatl- BMtmns, or (or a cold, upset ,Wk, or bad breath, nothing acts M Ctawetft. Children love K, 50 in addition, a rather unpleasant sort of thins to havs in one's hair, as they suggest a lack of cleanliness. Wet- ting the hair to keep it smooth is likely to cause a decomposition near the roots. Tho use of depilatory pastes and li- quids is not advisable without the recommendation of a physician, as they are often injurious to the skin. Electrolysis is the only satisfactory method of removing superfluous hair. This IB the permanent removal of large hairs with tho electric needle; the process cau'ses a little pain. Washing the hair frequently is not harmful If it is very thoroughly rins- ed to remove all Hoap Ingredients and carefully dried. Going to bed with the hair wet is very injurious. SYDNEY, N. S., BUSINESS BLOCK DESTROYED BY FIRE SYDNEY, N. S., Jan. 14. Fire which broke oul. here early this mor- ning in the Ingraham block on Char- lotte street, had by noon completely destroyed tin; building and at Iliu joining Co-operative block, with an estimate liras of Insurance on the properties amounts to I tinned stuff. H will be such turns sleep, niakes respiration irreg- titm- ppoils digestion, irritate diaposi- Then your Doctors and others. The tion, weakens mind and saps bodily Dr. lias only stopped and started his rar U87 times today and performed a j half a. score other minor operations. His mind is keen and active as a Mar- coni flash. He uint worry ins about his night, callu. He will find it such a com Tort lo snuggle dowr. iu the white clouds oE tolmcco smoke and wheel away a coupla hours et the round table conference. The others one by one will put on a new needle occasionly n.nd grind oul paragraph paragraph or this dope. "Tho Raid annual statement include in the liabilities column JUDGE SAYS THAT QUEBEC UQUOR LAW ABSURD, BADLY MADE [hereof, foi benefits or dc-fiinct co for tlio mortuary m mission era. or at tho option of the council such other ik'fmict.H as may from time to time he doomed but at no Lime IR tho prescribed tax rate to ho more than 1 mill higher than Medicine Hat or Calgary, etc., as already provided by tlio'lfiHt but one preceding nub sec- Lions hereof. The only rmnedy r soe ia for a few women to aildnri. that Ihoy aro over olrea' MONTREAL, Jan. vondora arc not responsible for the nalo or affixing Of stamps on the bottles of liquor they was tho ruling of Judge Cusson yesterday af- ter a contest in tho case of A. O. authorized vendor who is ac- cused of theft from the government of represented by the value of stamps which he is alleged to have neglected to aliix to bottles of liquor sold in his store. In the course or his ruling, Judge Cusson referred to the present prohibition law of Que- bec ar, "absurd, badly made and im- possible." The case was adjourned. Thou. McAl urray was nominated camllilato in West Poterboro l bye-clcctlgn. ed recently, has received much praise i put in sixty steady under water, LUE RIBBON TEA HAS A GOOD WAR RECORD U It was tho only tea In the World that did not advance Its price In 1914, and, not- withstanding embargoes, submarining and scarcity of tonnage. BLUE RIBBON TEA of Standard Quality kept sale In every store in Western Canada during the war. If Now that conditions are normal, the quality of BLUE RIBBON TEA is better than ever. TRY IT. CREDIT TO THE DIVERS SWANSON BAY, B. C., Jan. The work of the salvage operators and divert in refloating the steamship Prince Rupert, which was accomplish- in marine circles. Much credit is gir-1 working sometimes at a depth of en to the six divers who were on the and 70 feet, handling great timbers a job and diti all the submarine carpen- hundred fact long and twelve inchei which made possible the con- struction of the cofferdam. These square. The perfection of their skill was proven when the biy vessel waa lifted on the first trials. The Reproducer Which Contributes So Much To The Rare Beauty of McLagan Tone Reproduction THE McLagan Fletcher Reproducer is entirely different m every way. Instead of Having tut one central sound Kole, H baa six, located on the outside edge of the back plate. Loud, shrill sound waves are. generated in the centre of trie diaphragm. low waves are generated on the otftside edge of the diaphragm. The latter pass at once through the sound holes, while the loud tonal waves have to travel out from the centre to pass into the Tone Arm. The low tonal waves are not drowned out by the loud. It means mellowing trie loud notes. 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