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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT ,Y TUESDAY. JANUARY 25. Jay. SAMMY JAY MAKES A SHREWD GUESS BY THORNTON Vr. BURGESS Just look for the points of goodness; Always think the best. Never think the worst of otheri; Never mind (ho rest. m Siiuiir.y .lay was the most surprised liinl over Ilited a winjt whon he Whitey thy Snowy Owl Hying' as fast ho could co. for; liitey didn't appear to bo iu the least harm I.-d by iiuit terrible gun of Farm-: cr Brown's boy. You remember thai: Rumny hurt scroiuned "Thief. f ;i> ilie top of iiis when! luu! alighlod on the roof of Farm or Urmvn's hpnhotist1. II a had waited r.ml waltoil. hidden in the big cedar tree in Farmer Brown's door-1 to do just, this thing. He hail .hoped that by so iloin? he would bring Prawn's boy out and fa frier boy would f "Whitey tho Scir-vy Owl such :i fright I that Avov.ld leave the Green Mea-i tiovvs the Green Forest for good, j Fanner Drnwn'.s boy hud poked his out the1 door to see what Sammy was making such a fuss nbout and had sreu Whitojfttftf oncv. The instant 3u> .aw him hv kiwjw Whirry -was f'li'. kaeu- Whiter lnnl ri'Uinu'd to, try to ciitrli another fat rn'ii. Ai. OJHT Farmer Brown's hoy hail stepped out. with his turrihlo gun, tho ji'un i hat. all the liulfi people of the (ireen and the Green Meadows had come to think h.ul been put Drawing Koom Will Open Ceremonies in New Senate Chamber OTTAWA, Jan. Canadian oiienh.j of parliament on February It will be marked by all the old time display. The eortmiony will be full dress and will bo held in p p p cnpm pi IID Successful Entertainment Marks One Year's Activities of Visitors Mure than two hundred employees of the u. P. R. gathered together In the Masonic Hall last night to enjoy i tuckcy supper anil dnncc. The The docket which will lio dealt with by Mr. Justice Ivon at tho opi-n- ins ot the civil sittings of thn Su- liremo Court on Munduy tho :Ust, (or the trial of non-jury cases is u. very heavy ono. There are 47 cases in all. Of these only 10 aro new ones, tho remainder being carried over from the Uat sess'.cas. The principal among the cases it that of tho of Schwartz vs Gucrln, which has fig- ured before the civil and criminal courts with TariouE adjournments. In thew actions A. Ii. Hon Is nssociat- attemlance was In the neighborhood: ert with K. U. Bennett, K.C., for Guer- tho new chamber of tho seiiHto, and of threo hundred and fifty -nd the oc-! in with C r Har-li for'schw; for tho first tlnto since Uis outbreak casion was the first annual supper and I AtWotlw.'commMelnE January of the war, their excellencies, the. Gov- dance of the C. P. H., Social and JKh- the Supreme Court will have t r-ncncral and tho Duchess of subsequently hold letic Cluu, of Lethhridge, Distinguished visitors were present ifrom Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. This will be lield in the senate Cameron, general Al- chamber, on the Saturday following I berta district. arrived iu 'Lethbridge the opening of parliament. The draw-1 yesterday on his private car to attend iiiK-room will be on the same lines I last night's function. With him camo drawing-rooms held previously to the Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Alexander, district war in the old parliament buildings. I engineer. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lem- Tliero will be but one change. Pol- lowing ihe example set iu drawing- rooms at Buckingham Palace, feathers and veils will not be worn. But Farmer Brown's boy had brought out that terrible gun. ioux. division master mechanic and 31st, Supreme Court will have three continuous altttngs on non-jury trials, and the sixteen trials by jury in civii notions, criminal sittings, lasting- weeks. NEW COMMISSIONERS Cabinet Vacancy OTTAWA, Jan. 25. The vacant I Smith, trainmaster, Macleod and Mr. portfolio cf secretary ot state win Thomas Peterson, roadmaster, M not be filled for some time and per- leod, were also there. haps not until well on, or after the following commissioners for oaths have been appointed: William K. Hemming of Milk Kivsr; Sidney B. also present from Calgary. Mrs. i Warner, and William T. K. Pred. Kenny attended the dance, re-! Henderson of Magratu. newing old acquaintances. Mr. H. M. since the organization of this club one Jtm ,EO it has been taking the Sammy Jay had half expected that Farmer Brown's boy would brintr out linn terrible sun. yet down inside he_____ had hoped ha wouldn't. You see Sam-' js appointed ha is unlikely to come my felt that u i'anuer Brown's '.oy j from Alberta, already represented by 1 last thi.i- rhrlitniM should kill Whiter with that terrible sir James Lougheed. minister of the f Stamen anHow the dance gun none of the other little people! interior ami hsad of the department''entertammeat an" now tne aance an would erer again he quite sure that' of soldiers' civil re-establishment. The Farmer Srown's boy was the t'rieud ha, probabilities are that the vacancy session, according to information iu govornment circles to- j leading" the and day. When a successor to Mr. Sifton dubs of the city. Commenc- I ing with their picnic at the exhibition j Prais -3 'of a Weil Satisfied People AHE WHAT Givas DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS POPULARITY W. A. Shannon voices the sentiment that has given Dodd's Kidney PiMi j hud seemed to by. So Sammy had j hoped that Farmer Brown's boy would find some way to give Whitey a terrible fright, tat that he wouldn't shoot 'him. But Farmer Brown's boy had brought out that terrible gun. Sammy had watched him point that terrible eitii at He- enough aDoilt guns to know that at that short I distance Farmer Brown's boy couldn't possibly miss Sammy had closed his eyes, for he couldn't bear when tilled .will go to either Quebec or British Columbia. supper of last night, the club has con- ducted a program of entertainment their standing in all parts of Carr- j to Boc the ,ireadful that was about to happen. There had been a dreadful bang, bang. Sammy had look- ed theu and had hail hard work to be- ada. Hlyal. Altn.. .Tun. ('t am v.'ell satisfied with the results ___ I have gut from the use ot Dadd's j iire what ho the Snowy Kidney Pills. They were perfectly j flying away as fast as ever he hu-va -hart no trouble i could and appearing not to be hi satisfactory as t IULI since using them. 1 want other auf- 1'erers to know.what they did for me." Tills is the statement of W. A. yhan- noii, a well-known ami highly respect- ed resident here. And in these few words A. Shannon gives tile reaaon Dodd's Kidney Pills are so pop- ular in all parts of Canada. They do what is claimed fqr them. Ucdd'g Kidney Fill's are purely a Kidney remedy. They tone up and strengthen weak Kidneys and put them in conditiqh to do their full work of straining the impurities out of the bloud. Stroug healthy Kidneys are ab- solutely necessary if the blood is to be keiit pure and the boily healthy. Pure blood coursing through the body car- ries ro the different organs the nour- ishment they need, keeps them sound hurt in and enables them to throw off disease of different kinds. Ask your neighbors if Dodd's Kid- ney Pills do not make strong healthy Simple Phosphate la a Real Builder of Strength and "Common sense as well as should teach those who suffer the least. There wasn't even one of Whitey's soft white feathers on tho roof of the henhouse. Sammy looked sharply at the face of Farmer Brown's wasn't a particle or disappointment in that freckled face. Jn .fact, it was wearing a broad grin, as if its owner waa very well pleased. Sammy was puzzled. Die had seen hunters shoot with terrible guns before and' never ones had ha seen one who didn't look greatly dis- appointed when he failed to till the one he had shot at. Sammy (lew over to Green For- est to think the matter over. He couldn't understand it at all. But hy and by an idea popped into his head. "J chuckled, "f know, lie didn't try to. kill Whitey. He jusi; tried that has resulted with the Cementing j of friendships between members off different departments and has played) j a prominent part in the life of the C. 1 P. R. here. Of course the dancing floor, recent- ly enlarged, was crowded but many were present who did not attempt to .________. set up and dance. The new orchestra, ST. PAUL, Jan. of Police Ithe Bluls Played the dance music T. E. Campbell, who waa held at the and Mr- F- E- Reagh, president ot the county jail for a time Sunday after I club and athef officials were compll- two deputies had taken him from a i mented for the improvement woman's room in the residential dls- in. the This orchestra, which trict, is the victim ot a "political con- has take? Placo of Cannoneers is Douglas Mlean And Doris May Stars in Spark- ling Comedy with the ot Dan Malloy, a western deipwndo and uutti, who .K regenerated after tt chaucfl encounter with ti beautiful younr mountain girl. The clrcum- stauces of their meeting In a way sumtiwt "Thu1 Olrl of the West." Dan Malloy, following a forty In which ho loots a mull train, seeks nhe'.ter from it purtiilUK posso Iu Kirl's cabin. Tho latter, ularmed- his audden entrance, wounds Dan with a hullut from her .32. Then, in compassion, sho hinds his wound and hides him from the iheriir. Suffice to say that it is impresslvo to the last degree, and registered deeply with yesterday's Hudiouccs at the Colonial Theatre. An all-star cast enacts "Tho Great Redeemer." Principal honors go to Mouse Peter's, who is rugged, manly and appealing as Dan Malloy. This actor, so much home In western I es, imparts a now touch to his' work at Den Malloy. A picturesque scenic prologue, with appropriate acting characters, and a special orchestral and vocal musical program enhan'ee the presentation. "The Groat Redeemer" will continue at the Colonial until Wednesday night. JUST LIKE lA TRIP TO NEW YORK TO SEE THIS SCREEN DRAMA it thn King's theatre today and Wed ueiday l.cror Scott out that lici lieacb has Hindu the background u vory uC nil pir- anil Inking run from that ho uluyed up New York for 111! flrst picture. As Mr. Scott "Mew York Js to Americans tho wonderful uud interutluc city iu tlu> world. 'Partners ot the Night' is a story of ph.'iio of (irwent