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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE RIGHT Tins HERALD WEDNESDAY, JANUARY PETER'S CURIOSITY IS TOO MUCH FOR HIM BY THORNTON vy. BURGESS Vurlosity is Apt to be -most Xo one- knows ill" truth of lliis bel- ter tlinn does Peter llubhil. PctcrV curiosity is unite dreadful at limes. Il lias lod him into all sons iu" trouble, anil I presume will continue iu Ira liltn m.i all sons of trouble. You Sf curiosity often becomes a habit, a bail i liaiiit. anil there is m> habit harder to breaK. OL uiriosity bus its; place. There iiriic.i when it. is von useful aiul to useful knowledge. Prtil when il becomes ei habit it is more likely than not ui lead one to do things i no shouldn't do 11 i ilon., th on the edge of 'lltield, down on the lev were not Mreen til the li i t i now U Nhvor iiav i ;e. Peter reall} t ['.10 Great i i on hi.-; miml .lin-x to usual, in addi- Fifteen Hundred Miles From Work- ing Out New Hegulutions OTTAWA, Jan. by the government of the oil regulations in tho northwest territories is design- ed primarily to stop what promised to be stupendous schemes for public ex- ploitation. "I (Ik-re would be more wild- ratting In oil iliun ever occurred in miniug or au> thing else, and anything I t-ftii do to keep it out, I will said Sir James Longheed, minister of the interior, today. The department is .flooded with telegrams, letters and cables, either in. protest against the new order flse dom.indinE; what it means, and delegations have started to arrive. A high ofllcial of tho Canadian branch of the Standard Oil company is here today. When asked what would take the place of the suspended regulations, Sir James said he did not know yet, but the whole matter is under dis- cussion and new plans will be worked "The he added, "should be apprised of the fact that these sup- j posed oil fields are 1500 miles -from' the railways and U will be only with 1 the greatest difficulty that machinery and equipment for development can be taken in there." askekd if -who had stak- ed claims already would protect H n that the regulation; are suspe.1-.1.- ed, tho minister remarked: "I am not prepared to say. that." It is that the new regulations will fully safeguard those j who have made discoveries as against j squatters who have entered claims J and plan either to float companies or to he bought out. The Imperial Oil interests are understood to have stak- ed acres. They made the orig- j inal discovery at Fort Norman. Among the various suggestions of permanent policy is that of national- izing the oil fields. t i .loltiiii i i Chuck there, nearer that doorway and tried to see they had brought furth'er down tha long hall. u I 'i i in spite of Hedd; "Of course, if he is still asleep down 1 Old A' t i- ami othora there this is still his home and I have Id li t Kca i vaunt; Chui'h. no business in continued Peter. I i hi iepi n red the last siiji talking to himself. ''But if he has j hid "en lohnm Umik It left it or something has happened to i a .warm day in the fall and him, this old house is freo to any one FROM TRACTORS TO THE h id ii ui l n? on thit -yen who can make use ofit, and I think 11 ITADC17 ,'oo t n rtc had bseii so i u that hi might use it often. Of course, if 1 j UUUU UKAt 1 j coat had looked as if it might burst knew positively that he is down there any minute: He hail sat thors yawning asleep I wouldn't think of doing any-1 MOOSE JAW. Jan. annual anil blinking his eyes sleepily. Finally, thing so impolite as pecking at him.! convention of the Saskatchewan he had turned and disappeared inside But.1 don't know and I want to know.1 stock association opened this after- his house. Peter hadn't set eyes on There won't be any harm done if I j with the annual meeting of the him since, nor had he found any signs just down and make sure. He won't j Saskatchewan Horse Breeders' assoc- know anything about it, nor will any-1 iation. President W. H. Gibson in his body else. I'll feel better to know that address dealt with the horse situation Johnny Chuck is alive. 1 am sure he !in the old country. He pointed out would want me to know." tha'- tho way to improve the horse Still Peter hesitated and still his curiosity grew. At last he could stand it no Iqijger.. He. (lug. out some of the ?now from the doorway. Then he started down the long hall toward situation in Canada was through the i stallion board. The annual report of the secretary showed the tendency of the farmers to -swing from the high priced tractor to _ _ Johnny Chuck's bedroom. All the time tha use of really good draft horses. A a .small voice deep inside him kept j resolution was passed commending raying over and over, "You have no the action of the provincial govern- Dreadfully Swollen With business and curiosity kept urg-! mtmt In initiating the policy of par-. ing him to go on. chasing outstanding sires. t I (Copyright, 1921, by T. W, Burgess) Were Ends Troubles. fvt; luund the right medicine at liar. Give me u bottle of Tanlac, please." said Jospjih Keszitka, a farm- er of Gi'iinUtai. .Man., aa he approach- 1 the counter in Linen's Drug Store, Winnipeg, the other dity. "Tunlac is th'j one aud only medi- I ever. tried tlutt does what they! say it will do. Four years ago after i'.n attack of followed by pneu- monia. I was all run-down. I lost my appetite aud although I ate only thu .lightest I suffered agonies after- wards. Then to make the matter Yrm-yrt, about a year ago rheumatism got hold of me and my ankles began to swell and my knees got stiff. Many a morning I was unable to get out of bed, I couldn't put my boots on my j feel, would swell so during tho night, i and often 1 couldn't evt-n stand up. weeks at a time I couldn't do j h lick of work on the farm and just' Unhbled around as miserable as a man could be. Nothing helped me, although, i iried everything I heard of. If I hadn't gotten hold of Tanluc r.vhen I did I don't know what would "become nt me. Tha next story: "Peter Discovers Johnny and Polly Chuck." TALKS FROM OTTAWA TO niu wnui Telephone Connections Trav- el Through Many U. S. A. Cities, Covers Miles N. S. STEEL WORKERS WANT ARBITRATION ON 20 PER CENT, WAGE CUT OTTAWA, Jan. 25. "Connect me ith Vancouver." For the first time tin) history of the Ottawa Bell elephone service, the above call I'm like a, new man c-amn into a long distance operator a SYDNEY, N. S., Jan. to reject Jtha Dominion Steel corpora-1 j tion assifrtion that the recently an- Bounced 20 per cent, cut in wages of Bteel workers is necessary and unavoidable and to make a second de- mand on the federal government the appointment of a board to hear a plea that the reduction be cither can- celled or' considerably modified, was reached at a recent secret conference of steel workers here, it is learned, Doris Keane In "Love Romance" At the Empress now. I've got a big appetite, my di- Sf-gtifm couldn't be improved upon, and I have gained ten pounds in weight. The rheuaiatiam has been entirely driven out of my system and J haven't an ache or a. pain, "I am buying this bottle now not be- T need it. but T want to Imvo it handy if hnything should go wrong with me. i never intend to be with- out It." ASPIRIN Only "Bayer" is Genuine couple nights ago. The call was put iu after r; o'clock iu the afternoon and by !t that evening the- gentleman who hail placed the order was talk- ing to Vancouver. The call was placed through Ottawa, GREATEST l.OVE STORY BROUGHT TO SCREEN: The return the real story of love to the is the way in which New York, Chicago, Denver, Salt Lake I picture-reviewers everywhere have City, San Praucieca, Seattle and unanimously teen describing Doris thence to Vancouver, a distance of considerably over miles. Voices could he heard distinctly at Keane's wonderful success in "Ro- the United Artists Corpora- tion's production which was written both ends. Wliile there was an occa- especially for Miss Keane by Edward sioual rattle in the telephone, none Sheldon, conversation had to bo re- nt the I ppaterl. j The call cost for three min- I illns. It is said to be full of poetic imagi- nation and charming sentiment, while the love romance of the prima donna j !FORMER CLERK OP TO IS Unless you "Bayer" on package or on not setting Aspirin at all. Take Aspirin only as told iu the Hayi.T ]iark- age for Colds, Headache, Neuralgia. Rheumatism, Earache, Lumbago and for Psln. Then you will be'following the directions unVl dosane worked out by physicians (hiring twenty-one years and proved safo by millions Handy tin boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets of .Aspirin cost few Druggists also sell larger pack- Made !n Canada. Ajpirln Is the trade mark (registered in Can- of Bayer Manufacture at Mono- aeeticacldester of and the clergyman is as novel and unusual as its very mention suggests. j Miss Keane as the sparkling grand (opera star, Mrne. Cavallini, is credit- ed with an absolutely success, lone that puts her in tho front rank OTTAWA, Jan. 'A. K. of screen artists and which has won lapleau, former clerk of Canadian i fnr her the. enviable reputation ot jsenale. died this morning. He came; being the greatest emotional actress j j lo Canada recently from Coronado j on the screen, as well as on the stage. Ileach, Calif., where he liai! made his It ia a pleasure to know that this j humo for years. Ho was born really beautiful story with its fascin- j in Terrcnonne, Quebec, 81 years ago. ating actress, is to he tho leading at- j He entered tlie civil service of Can-] traction at the Empress theatre today ada in 1S73 and rose to be clerk of ami tomorrow. thn seiiate in 1900, retiring in 1917. Also Harold Lloyd in "Number, Major Chapleau was sheriff of the northwest territories when Kiel was hanged. Ill his youth he- became a resident uf the United States and when the civil war broke out in 1.SCU, he joined tlic army of tho north, gaining the rank oC major. PRESIDENT-ELECT HARDING'S HOME TOWN HAS BANDIT HOLD-UP; ROBBERY OF MARION, 0., Jan. bandits EILEEN PERCY COMES A3 NEW SCREEN STAR i A charming actress, in a new tffcture is coming to the Kings f heatre on Thursday. Shi! Is Ellnen Percy, a now star, and the picture ia "Her Honor tho presented by VvriIIiam Fox. Mins Percy is as well known to _-. theatregoers as are many players curly this morning entered tin; office who have been marring for years, of tho county treasurer in tho court for she has hfjcn playing Important house here, knocked Trcauiiror Harry roles for some time. Porry unconscious with the butt of a Tho story of "Her Honor tho May- revolver and escaped in an aulo with which is based upon Arllue Van iu cask. 42 (fee suine )a Af jny mrt At liana Kgrfnfiit tfit tf trill u tlvt At GiW, Mohammed tick, brought him t cup af (if tUiflHftl trvcrlgt tnj restaiU him It tit'lib ad IF tlii! Any mijr be gin the 1 angel performed one tetvuc for Moiummed and two fet in general. SEAL BRAND COFFEE is a delightful luxuiy to the exacting palace. Its fragrance is like an uwitatioo to a delicioiu bevetage raises to the ordeftif a banquet even a common- place meal. OMK JMIAI m i m4 3 tb. tmt. frffotfjgrvww aid fitlinmii for Trifnljtorandptrrokler ttie. CHASE A SAHBORN, DONT Different The most wonderful hover story of the modern stage, brought to the screen by the beautiful and talented actress who made the play an international success, Doris Keane IN EDWARD SHELDON'S CELEBRATED PLAY 'Romance' AN OPERA SINGER'S LOVE IDYL. DIRECTED BY CHET WITHEY DORIS KEANE TO THE Apart from a remarkably dramatic atory It It veritable Parisian rashiuii Show. Severs! sf th: scenes are In a gorgeous modiste's shop and the gowns displayed are won- derful, i TO EMPRESS Before bonking Doris Keane in "Romance" we had a pre- view of It and we can confidently assure you that you will ba more than pleased with it and we honestly consider we are offer- Ing you a production de luxe that is extraordinary from all angles. THE EMPRESS MANAGEMENT. SO CROWDED WITH SUSPENSE YOU WILL REMEMBER IT ALL YOUR DAYS. ADDED ATTRACTIONS Harold __.. _. "Number. And It's at the EMPRESS TODAY, Tomorrow 'and Friday (Ion to nhow. and Moran'i Ittxt Mm rent 'Vane a aid the idteat aiilBode ft "I'lrate Gold" will bfl In- cluded In tho bill. far Prfttay Saturday a mam- moth double bill will offvrod with 'A joint program of HlpiMKlrome vaude- ville and tho big Bpeolal fealura photoplay "Anne of Green an the major v fty, llealy and Anderson, n trio mwreloui acrohuts will top bill with their neueatlonai ncrobilio net. Thoy rank nmnrllt the top 1R TmndeTllle and will prnvide n big treat. Other on the bill will include Dob Cloepfll, the Jazilend; Wllllard HotchUon ami HIM BfflM ttmit ta "DrnpiilBK a tkctch; and CortaM at tood aiming and iiiiftnt Marr MUM hnrlUMw Mils liar wffl tot MB A a bMttful tlM OUH book "AflBA Ot Inouaanta I enjoyed pltaaun than vnt tit Other UMH OB UU kffl tar and Saturday Till aB to the entire MM ot Ik in the hlntorr tt Theatre. OH, GIRLS! AND BOYS (From to W) Hvro's a picture that will put joy Into yjour hearts. ypu Haverit seen MARY MILES MINTER, From the four "ANNE" books by L. M. Montgomery. Sec It as a special added at- traction to the great combined .Hippodrome Circuit Vaudeville Show at the COLONIAL Fri. and Sat. This Week COLONIAL LAST TIME TONIGHT Miurlu THE GREAT With a dlttlnrnutod out a wonderful production. Special and vocal accompani- ment. Unusual scenic prologue and lighting effects. is poBltlroly yoiir final opportunity to see "THE GREAT REDEEMER." Afford yourself this one chance to spend n real evening's enter- tainment. OTHER GOOD ATTRACTIONS "THURSDAY NIGHT ONE NIGHT ONLY Country Store Night. AH Cash and a BUMPER ALL COMEDY SHOW, with EDDIE LYONS and LEE MORAN In their latest and greatest five- act comedy. "ONCE A PLUMBER" A florpeous galaxy of girls, giggles, and gowns. "PIRATE GOLD" And Other Features. COMING FRIDAY and SATURDAY MONSTER DOUBLE BILL "Hip" Vaudeville and Mary Miles Minter in 'Anne of Green K INGS THEATR (Late House of Quality Pictures. E THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS EILEEN PERCY (THE NEW FOX STAR) IN Her Honor the Mayor FROM THE GREAT BROADWAY STAGE SUCCESS. EILEEN PERCY'S BEAUTY HAS WON THE NATION'S LEADING AR- TISTS. HERE IS A NEW STAR WHOSE TALENT- EQUALS HER BEAUTY. A sparkling comedy drama of Cupid In politics. SHOWING "PARTNERS OF THE NIGHT" Big comedjV.'.'Go At You Mutt and Jeff, and Brltlih Cana- dian Pathc Newi. -DADOED Amateur Night Tonight HEAR THE YOUNG LOCAL TALENT TONIOMT. ;