Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
|j�E FOURTKRN THK I.KTHUKIUGE DhUjY HERALD Oh Boy! A ropoiL from \ma Aiigoles says I (lint tho movfe stnv:' iliroaten to cut. I ddwn thpir costutnos ii' llie managers cut snlHrloa. Woiuior if this affeclsi th(^ vauips. "Dwindle, dwindle little star!' . A wotnan named Ijightfqot hna been olocted a .deputy HUeriff in Seattle. She Ought to set a Brntirt pace. "Y" GOSSIP SAMMY JAY KEEPS WATCH rnnrunniK*.. BY THORNTON W. BURQESS Patjpnce in n cause that's good Becomes a virluo, as it sUouhl. -Sammy Jay. -- O- Sammy Jay wats awake an iiBual n1. fcreok of day the next xnorning and was the Ont man to got breakfast at the tooi ahelt Farmer Brown's boy had placed in the apple ti'oe ou the edge of tiM Old Orchard. Just as ho flnished Tommy Tit the Chickadee arrived. As usual Tommy was bub-hlinx over with high spirits aiid could hardly keep his tongue still long enough to eat. Then came Dnimmor the Woodpecker. He had little to say, but strictly attended to tho business of filling his stofnach. Yank Ya;uk the Nuthatch arrived a rew minutes later and politoly waited for Drummer to finish his breakfast before, takljig .his turn at that lino suet. When Yai* Yank had flnished 3eep Seep the Brown Creeper took his place. Saoiray Jay .a hj Absorb inej^ lb* kcft mrgaKcr traktmani lor fH(�.bry Owl" Anxious Andy, Bavons-You are right, Andy. The "Face on tho Barroom Vloor" is to be revived In B. C. Sammy looked-my�ter that way. - Sammy JajiiAflew over- to the big cedar tree in Farmer Brown's door-yard and hid there v.'here he could see out and watch all that went on. He saw Fanner Brftwti's %oy come out and feed the hens. He fed them in the Jienyard and stayed right there while they ate. Then he drove them back into the henhouse and shut the door. Sammy understood. Farmer Brown's boy hadn't forgotten that recent visit from Whltay the Snowy Owl and didn't Intend to take any chances. Then Farmer Brown's boy went baVk to the house to get his own j breakfast, and for a while nothing happened. It was dull work waiting there in that cedar tree. But Sammy was patient. If the plan he and Blacky the Crow had made worked out as they hoped, his patience would be amply rewarded. Until this mom-1 ing Sammy had hated the sight of j Whitey the Snowy Owl. Now he | wished with all his might that WTiitey would come over to Farmer Brown's. (Copyright, 1921, by T. W. Burgess). ot The Miracle From the mysterious t'aco ot rock, The water drips all winter long, I>rawn oitt"in prisms and spenrs ice. Ho, cold and tenuous, my song Creeps from the depths forever frozen Whence fire is gone a million years. To pay,-as by the cliff's compulsion, Reluctant obsequies ot tears. -Marion Storm. The Whooping Cough Victim (By Brice Belden, M.D.) Tho religious meetings aro now being hold In the northwest corner of the .Rotunda which has boon fitted up through the kindness of the Womens* Avjciliary. The Sunday meetings seem to bo nppreolatotl and aro quite informal. , A new feature this year Is the Strangers' Fellowship Tea nt G.15 p. ni. right after the Men's Meeting, which Is held .ttt G o'clock. All men away from home are covdinlly invited to take this in. Tho Bibloxclass for Chinese under Mr. Martin ia making headway though there is room for quite a few more members. This class meets in Wesley church ever}' Friday evening at S p.m. All older boys should take in tho SAlUHUAY, JANUARY 22, 1921 stitrta in next week and tlvo teams aro already lined up. It Is also expected that the next serioa of tho swlniniing oampaigti among' the school boys will start at thoi same time. The Sunday school bnskotuatl �i�u-gue is In an interesting condition as tho three teams are all tied with equal points. There nro*rumors that Wesley ia backing outi Dbn't be quittors you follows, ilow's your chance to wh� tho league. There will ho another big Tuxis Conclave on Saturday, January '29lh. when "Squares" from Carmangay, Chin and Coaldale will be here to do battle with the local boys for the big pennant. ' On tho same day there will be an oloction for tho olllco-hWdors In tho Community Boys' Council, which avIU control tho local Tuxts work. Don't forget the tTTRe 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday is nomination day. Who are you going to nominate? There's a new live bnnch of Trail Rangers just been organized In the Baptist church under Byron Dafoe. Prepare for Pipe in Imperial Oil Co. Just''as Likely ilo Construct Lines in Soutli As in the Nortli Flro-Slde Meeting on Sunday ^^^r.^.,..y!^^^^;^-^^- make things hum. Remember the big katlbnal Athletic competition for Tuxla and Trail Ran- after church, hold in tho reading room. The nicotiags ore quite short and tho subject, "The bife of Living- or not. The next story: "Whitey Has a Terrible Fright." LIGHTS and SHADOWS By C. F. S. Whooping cough Is a contagious disease which appears in epidemic form and usually attacks children. Adults exposed to the disease occasionally contract It, but It is Vnown as a children's disease. The infectioifis carried through the sputum. People who have had whooping cough are usually not likely to be attacked a second time. Cases which are fatal are generally due to complications Into which some disease of the air passages enters. In the first stage of , whooping cough, which is called the catarrhal stage-, there ar'6 symptoms similar to those of a cold and also slight fever and a dry cough. This stage lasts about a week or sometimes two weeks. The paroxysmal stage follows the catarrhal, and It ia at this point that tho cough becomes violent, sometimes Inducing vomiting and. In the most severe cases, nasal hemorrhages. These paroxysms of coughing vary from ten or twelve to forty or fifty in twenty-four hours. This second stage is of throe or tour weeks' duration. When tho third stage-that of decline-is reached, tho coughing fits become less frequent and also less violent, gradually ceasing altogether. I The entire course of the dlBeaso is The gymnasium Is busier than It has been for sopie time, and tho senior class under "KUtie" is the largest in years. My! You ojught to soe some of those obstacle races. The boxing instructor. Mr. Klrkby, has smne good material In his "Moun-tles" class anjj expects to have at least oue winner in,the Alberta Championships next month. Georgo McKlllop has quite a good wrestling class for the High School boj^ on Wednesday evenings and if there are sufficient interested anothe! class will be put on. Basketball is going strong again this year and several ot the younger players are doing fine, but don't mention Cardston, it's a delicate subject. The English class for Chinese under one of the High School students, meets weekly but also can take in some more members. The United Y. M. C. A. schools is putting out some great courses In correspondence work now, and has some 200 subjects listed. Local associations are pleased to furnish In-formatftn and take enrolments. Veterans get special privileges as three-quarters of the fee is paid by the Military Department. The auditorium makes a great Boys* Department and now an additional meeting place has been provided, everybody Is happy. The Junior Indoor Baseball League going to show spme of these other guys how we shine as athletes in this paj-t of the coinitry. Don't forgot that luncheon on Thursday at noon each week. The membership Is open to all boys in tho city and good speakers are being secured. Big eats for all! The bowling alley Is In competent hands this month and teams are being \ lined up fot tho "Foot Toggery Shield" and cup. Keep this In mind you alley fiends. The foreign work secretaries are feeling very elated as after tremendous efforts they have at last secured their necessary finances to cany on k full program (or this year. Thirty years ago the Y.M.C.A. entered some of the leading fore!^ countries at the invitation of the Christian agencies then on the mission field, to render to fSreign yohng men and boys the same service it was giving to young men and boys of America. In 9II these thirty years It has gone deeper and deeper into thef lives of foreign young men and boys, humbly carrying His message, and valiantly flying the Christian flag. This has not kept It from contact with Mohammedans, Taolst^, Buddhists, Confucian-ists, Shintoists, Hindus and men of no faith,' and never once has the call for "retreat" been soUnded. Today, thirty times as strong, thirty times as insistently, Cuba, India, Ceylon, China, Japan, Korea, Syria, Egypt, Russia, Mexico, Porto Rico, Hong Kong, Pal- (Special to the Herald) KbMONTON. .Tan. 22.'-r-Tho iiipo linoa for which iiuthoriiation is to be souglit by tho Imporial Oil Co. at tho forthcoming sossion ot the logls-laturo ai'o as llkoly to bo laid in Southern Alberta as In the north. It all depends upon where tha llrst commercial strikes of oil are-made. For the present the far north fields are not being considered in connection with pipe lino schemes, the intention of the company being to put down its first transmission linos in other parts of tho province, provided always that tho oil is found in time and in sulll-clent quantity. C. E. Taylor, production inan.ager for tho Imperial company here, says that a,n)llliou dollars' worth of piping has been purchased and that some of it Is dt a-size and character s^peciiilly adapted to pipe line constructiori. There is no inilicatlon yet whsro- IM plpo will be laid, since none of the wells, oxecpt Fort Norman, have made an actual strike. It one of the Southern Alhertt.a fields now being tried, out proves, productive, a pipe line win follow. Application will be made to-the leg- ostlno, Portugal, tho near Kastj South America, and tho PhlllipineH are asking the Y.MjC.A. to "come in." . Islnture ^or tho iucofporatlon of thYom the Por.ilan). I� y, perfum'.d garden in the Land ot Alberta All Amud, A gairden lovelier by far than the gardens of Babylon, Ther� was a Pool, of magic wHters, great of depth and wondroun cool: 5 To this UW Pdol at Autumn time tho htisbandmen did come-Bearing thoir bags of corn, wliich with a Bong, they poured into the iurliig deeps, And to thoir boundless joy. In some astounding way, Their cum was tun-od to -,^01(1-sold . Unor than the hair at a oiiunejui. ATHLETES- Muscular fatigue quickly yields to the use of BAUME BENGUE Try a tube today. 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