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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TUB T-ETHRRTOOE DAILY HKXATD SATURDAY. JANUARY Mrs. lama Peach PLAYS CHAPERON By J. S. K. Dear Sir: Will yuu picas lisdcn to my defence. I did my very bast. I dou't what a Jot Hi .thftau in town expaet :nut I no niirucln worker. li was u liuie more home train- ing ol husbar.do tlio results mita have bucn morp satisfactory, but with tho material I to chaperon 1 admit was iKoro thiia ono lom> woman could Oiisily handle. Another time 1 will refuse alisoolootely to be reapon- I sible. Talk abimt cicu being gniwu up well a bonspiel is the case in poiut. Ballon parties seem ail tho rago just now, they is fnie while thsro is lots of buoyancy, but oh, Kirls. .its you huul ami try and pick up step with ci.-UisiLLton is where tbe riih in. diilii t nave1 no inegon pies like those American having no car- rier p.iegons with us, from all tho eggsudgemteii tales I hear, th.'ro musi have beeu more ti.ui one litUo birdie whispering in tlio ears or' th-j gossip hounds. Jt3 ;i IJo ami without tU-a re-v mo test essence in iruth, that goes carle blanche, sure we had a sood tune hut all the rest is lies, absolut- ely. N'ped I tell you that I, a poor lorne 'vuman, chuiieroiuut .1 of 24 bjllonhts from Lethbritljre into the Iieart of thai prohibition state ui 13.C, thiuk RC. refors to the date when urohlbitiou actually they had s license and police protec lion. didn't Iwst no furniture, but F-aW enough to redecorate iho whole hostelry. Whan it. became knowa that Mrs Peach was to be chaperon to the bal- inonists, it was surprising-the number of telephone i-alls from whose husbands members 01! ibe rainbow dlrUion from bridge. took thia to mean, in all modesty, a compliment to our level headriers and a recotmition of the ster- iiiig chnstencss of our unimpeachable intergrity for exemplary habits. We bgUerttd tlut these nervous woman over wrought, but now ad- mit they knew their mates better HIAS. -wn did, then. Pion.se ece that Toa. Dick or Jock don't fall cf a cr run away with 11 waitress, or desecrate a bar- tciider, or catch a cold, or forget to change his socks. Of All toe queer re- quests and instructions we got as to the routine these ballonists were to follow while away from home. The first night was placid calm till 1.30 p.x., then a couple of young ty- phoons blew into the Rood ship "Del- oralne" and thtj channeuse clouds of sleep wore rent in twain and stayed rent till the street cars commence running. There was do danger of any- body catching cold after that, every- body had one. There is certainly no co-operation FIRST PICTURE Of BAEOONISTS was in between the departments of the C. P. that s :t mere guess on my part, how- ever. When 1 waa elected to the oneroils R., because just as soon as every- body got settled to get worth of sleep the bandit from the Potion of chaperon I was more than d'Jnillg car that everybody get diffident iHuMit accepting It meant in- up aiid ln Iine for their breakfasts. I had to wait so Ions to Bassuf, ...ml In passing, after paying eat that our hotel bill -TB know his gang is still active the pass coutnry, even I sot about worth, of odour and 35 cts worth of victuals. Feei Better After Using "ABSOHBINE JR." Jut try simple treatment mad how much easier your arh-ag, uroilcn feet feel. Soak feet at' in hot water, to which {a added a few drops oi ABSORBINE JR." In the morning, rub a light application o( tjll strength "ABSORBINE JR." ww the corns, bunions and calluiea. Do tlia every niiht and morning lot a tiiort time and you will jtt penaaocnt relief. Excellent for Mrains and tired musclej, lameness, euta, burcs, bruiacs, stitf joints, neuralgia. "ABSORBING JR." it the family fahnent that shouil b OTTAWA. n. "The jrwr1! will be limited to ecwttw completion ot Itaei now uid Improve! and shop facllitiM at termlttal I A. E. Warren, goneral ttr llnei, C. N. R. stated toefef. "Railway offlelele are wetfcfasj conjunction with the prartMtel ernment officials oa plan tot facllltlei to handle coal Mr. Warren said. to get this work way thfc i and the project be newed, the tales oC former glorious victories. Each same brings a test o[ skill, a nip and tuck straggle, with the dizzying uncertainty us to re- (ah you, 6 The character reading, the real sportsmanship as the loser steps up with congratulations and best wishes for continued success. The pull together--of teamwork, the luck, the hard luck and post mortems. Fascinating gport! I'll rise and say so. The real youth in man is uncovered. The business man who looks to the profit and loss account, with a sinist- er gaze, mellows up and becomes a regular guy. One gathers altogether different impressions that tend for a better appreciation of our fellow cit- izens. Could you resist a man who would stand bare-headed on a corner watch- ing a barometer at the odd. hours of the night. You holler out, Jock, its no HELLO; MARS! A man recently talked from Ottawa to Vancouver over long distance. It cost hiiu Sl'J.S'b for three minutes' talk. And still they say, "Talk's cheap." tHESE DAYS A little earning is a fatal thing. Parts has put a tax on servants. In this country the inebhie tax provides for this class. HEARD AT THE G.W.V.A. CLUB First see. we're due for a gas attack next week." Seci Second do you First meets." When lumber prices come down more houses will go up. "We have tamed and bred beasts, but we have, yet to tame and breed G. Wells. jtni, of the Methodist church, per- formed the ceremony, only the Im- mediate .friends and relatives of the contracting parties being present. Wiukler, is one of the moit pop- ular younc ladies of the district, and formerly one of tho hello girls at the local exchange, the groom being well and popularly known, and both fam- ilies highly respected both In Taber and vicinity, We might here congratulate the re- spective grooms on these two occas- ions, on their jmljjineni, which accord- Ing to common report docs them great credit, although we are glad to agy, there are lots of hiMUxfttmrhes hero yet, Taber being rather proud of tha excellence of its young womanhood. However, at this rate, tha stock of eligibles is likely to be soon depleted, and we don't blame anyone for taking a trip to some quiet spot like, Honolulu, to think it over. Another big combination sale will LOOKING BACKWARD Things don't change much. Cleopatra kidded Antony to a fair, i be held in the Porteous' sa'e barn on Salome was some vamp, we'll say. I Saturday, January 29th. Furniture and Jacob thought Rachel was a dead household effects will be included in >y cru official! approved 1 Quarters. Mr. Wirnu itoeland tie construction of a coal buaitr 'at Prince with toelimw to load toni of coal day from cars to iteamen will undertaken by the C. N. R. iprlnf. Mr. Warren alio announced that necessary Improvement! to and tracks will be undertaken at ton and other diTlftonal. points. A tract for grading on the Turtleford line hai already been M-aod trading is completed 19 mllei eait to Meeting Lake. Mr. Warren will for Toronto early In the week to submit reports on appropriationi required lor tha year. Contemplated improvements and ex- tensions to the itreet railway eervlng Windsor and border cities would oost about game sport. Esther was true blue. And take it from Adam, Ere was a regular doll. the tale, at which livestock will also be on exhibitionX 'A few of the at the entry to certain alleys might well receive _ the' attqgtion of the town fathers, and' There Is some talk of building. a if looked io, might reduce the over- bridge between Windsor and Detroit, head repair, expenses iu some kinds of, vehicular traffic. More than one' of has been a nuisance: to vehicles for years, and a faw bridge crossings. .to residential driveways would do 110 harm. Read the Herald Taber news. A cou- ple of nights ago a farmer approach- ed us witft a request for the location The Beit Cough Synp it Home-mada. A pipe' line would be cheaper. TO PASS POLICE TO OIL FIELDS Strict Rules To Be Enforced Re- yarding Northern Lands Han't AH war Vt, M h.v. Ih, bnl T0U MAT of tlie windows displaying tho curl- tag trophies, which trophies pn dis- play, he had read about in the Herald, i th! it takes told of a 001 A hotel proprietor, stated that on ask- i S carn a PMlnaMnt ounce. probably heard of Urn well- known ijlan of making cough svrup at home. But have you evsr used it? When you do. you will understand why thousands of famines, the world over, feel that they could hirdlr houao without it. It's arid cheaii, but 'U will aco iu EDMONTON, Jan. only wayvto get into the north, this coming 1 routs, will how ho knew the inn was again in operation, replied that he had seen more than one account of it in Herald Issues this winter. The same proprie- tor claims to have letters "from var- ious distant firms wanting to sell cer- tain articles, stating that they under- stood the name thing, from the news- paper. We that the' Rex is. carrying a Herald slide. Our veteran photographer anil bean brummel, C. 0. Leuhr, has decided on .p to the Sandwich Islands and of Pinex; then tdd'pltln-Rrantuated to fill up tho bottle. Or, arinwl moli if desired, use clari olaues, honey, Bp M-arssT- ST.S ra dian Mounted Police. There will be or corn.syrup of sujar syrun. .lithcr way, it.tastM nevef spoils, and mves you 16 ounces of better remedy than you could but ready-midu for It is really wonderful now qnidtly this home-made remedy conquers a in 24 hours or leas. It eeems to penetrate throutrh every air pas9ajre; looaena a dry, hoarse or tight branea and pives almoit immediate re- lief. Splendid for throat tickle, nesB, croup, bronchitis and bronchial asthma. Pinex is a Mailr concentrated corn- THE OBJECTIVE Wbat the Bolsheviks want to do is to paint the world red. A St. Louis burglar stole a etatue of Mark Twain. How Mark would have enjoyed that. use the girl has gone home long ago. Jock looks up and says, your daft .women, its no girl, its the wind I am waiting for. I to see what a barometer does when the REBIRTH Each morning we begin a new Yesterday, with its mistakes, is gone forever, Let it die. Burn the record.. Look to the east for a new sun is ris- ing on a. new world, Look to the west for out there is a new America to discover. the question for Borne time, as he has MacKenzie territory without clearing the police, or without each of its pas- cengerg being certified by a medical offlcer as physically and mentally fit to make the trip. Those orders were officially confirmed here today. To Prevent Old Age Coming too Soon! Tozlii (poiqoiui) la blood am ttrowa oat bi the kldacyj. The kiS- act as filters for such poisons. If you wish to prevent old age comlaj (oa Boon and Increase Toor chances for i long life, you should drink plenty of pure water and take a IHUa famous Dr. Plwoei of Buffalo, K. Y. When Buffering from backache, quent or scanty urine, rheumatic palna or there, or that constant tired, worn-out feeling, the Blmple way to overcome these it merely to obtain a. llttlo "Anuric" from your nearest druggist and you quickly notice the grand resulta You vlll find it mom potent thai llthia. SHOCKING The other toy a pretty blonde I mountains havelot on my nerves I atreot window ot the hotel, stenog. emerged from the Stafford uuianis, nare gui on my neriea. i, the etreet, faces appear and a block with her left ear exposed. familiar voice shouts, hey, Jock, please Rev. G.-A. Lelchliter, a London Bap- tist pastor, refused to accept 1800 increase voted him, and would take only raise. you may turn round In Honolulu in the middle of the block. The photo man wil Ispend Friday in Lethbridgc, leaving by the noon westbound, and I" the studio will be reopened April 15th. else. Guaranteed to irive absolute satis- faction or money refunded, Too 1'iucx Co., Toronto, Oak ONE MILLION STOLEN I IN MONTREAL IN 1920 j Smoke stock to the centre of the street for fear I'll unbalance time for VimoCrEKlnia U at IU lint iDdlrationofacxUJor.orclhrtat. Iti: VKPorizm tad. The thA Crc _______ _ .imCic tha :CRR mA claeejt ncnr On untMptle vapor rciluvcit the couch, aapcc UK cODneKlion, and in RHConiiiicndod ittf S B.oncWi., Catirrli nnd fur tiifl jisnt ycar'i.f ic ____ itl f. ianoe it will fall over on the curling rink and spoil the spiel. Considerate chap that. But we put him to bed with a cake of ice for a pillow ami a hot curling stoue at his feet. His head was aching. Another bounder, he come from Clarssholm. wes fur meeting I the "Three Sitters." He said he had i heart of the "Three Sisters" of Fer- nie (or a long time, anil was keen for Jan introduction. Mr. Herchmer said I Why Ernie, that's the name of tho peaks west of the curling rink. Thin 'guy went to the hotel and sobbed I himself to sleep, moaning piteously, 1 that he was a bache'or, and ho thought the 3 sisters school teachers. There was o couple of near riots. Allen Graham had a troupe of those cat stranglcrs out playing "Bill Cam- eron is coming" and "Donald Bhu' or Duff I forget which, and "Ye Banks and "Scots Well etc. j Every curler who had a drop of Scotch in his stomach, wanted to be a drum major, lead the bag pipes, us- j ing his broom for a baton, but no body was able to keep Instep except ono and he fainted when somebody said there was a bottle in the waiting room practically untouched, it was a terrible shock to a strong constitution. People should bo careful spreading those unreliable rumors. It was really a wonderful week. The spiel was a grand success. Curlers are always such gentlemen, lor instance, Mrs. Peach was the only .woman enter- ed in the ionspiel, and those gallant Locktnvars let her have her choice of the prizes, thats what one must recognize as valorous consideration. Evan Milt Kaatner did GO Corset him- self as to store a six end, when shn was Jive up. Ho apologized, and so we forglro him, So long an it rtnnt hap- pen Uut If any ono thinks bonspieliug We suppose she won tha bet. .Pres.-Elect Harding, having select-, ed his secretary and physician, can at last turn his attention to the less im- portant cabinet pests. ip our consolation cup, it fell off the sill." Jock picks it up and car- ries it in the opposite direction. Some chorus disapproval. Daya .of real sport You cannot pay them to Btay home from a bonspiel. Me nuther, ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS T T PfcACH. L. J.; lose, old man. Jack Johnson ot our car.There has never been a thresher in- was quite excited, "I thought they was vented to take the grain out of wood, all men on board, where is this Mrs. Peach ,__ Don't blame stomach when t the real causi is in the slow action ol the linr tnd bowels- j readily relieved by Or Chase's Kiawy-Linr Pills. Onepilladoie.i 25c. a boi, all dealers i pr. Chases NANTEL FIGHTS TAX BILL IN OTTAWA; GOVERNMENT PAY OTTAWA, Jan. interesting teat case for tho purpose ot ascertain- ing whether or not the salaries ot the board of railway commissioners are taxable as to income, by the city has been brought before Judge Guim on an appeal from the court of revision by Her.. W. n. Nantel, who claims that he should not be assessed on his per year salary as u member of the railway commission. Sometime age.1 Mr. waa assea- BOd about two hundred dollars on his salary, and appealed against the as- sosBmeiH, the appeal hcing beard by .Indge Guim yesterday afternoon. Judg- ment -was reserved. Mr. Nantel claimed thp.t he should not bo assessed by the corporation of Ottawa, as his homo was not in Ottawa, but at St. Jorome, Quebec. He. tins, however, for the purposes of complying with tho provisions of the act, creating railway commissioners, an apartment here. The railway commission pro- vides that a member of the commis- sion must reside in Ottawa or within five miles of id Thus Mr. Kantcl has to have a in toe capital or Worried, to learn ot your husband's insubordination. Some women find the poker valuable. Write again. Vivian, Milk stockings may be fashionable in the style books, Vivian. But It you want to 'get by, stick with silk. Lethbridge girls still cling to them. Hazel Spring marry your poet lover. How can a man support a wife by writing free verse? A GENTLE HINT When you send a card to a frieml have a heart. Don't spoil the effect by writing on It "Please Kemit." Most family trees are more or leas shady. Some not nearly so well- mannereri as (hey are well marcelled and manicured. within the five-mllo radius of It. V. B. Proctor, city solicitor, held firm to the wording of tho act, claim- ing that Mr. Nantel must be a resi- dent of Ottawa, or else he could not be a member of the railway commis- sion. Being a resident of Ottawa his salary was taxable and that he should Income tax to the city. BurningOnHands, CouldNotPut Them In Water. Lost Sleep. "My hands were very sore and I could not put them in water to them. There were tome pimples on my the inching and burning were so intense that I scratched and irritated them, and I could not sleep at night. "The trouble lasted two weeks before I tried Cutloira. When I had nj-d two iikc] of Cuticura Soap and one of Cui.icura Qlnt- mertt for about Mkj I wat healed." Daigle, R. F. D. 2; Sort Kent, Mainf'. Cwicara'tor everyday toiltt purposes. Bathe with Soap.'soothe with Ointment, dufit with Talcum, TftkMtfc. Sold CaiiiUjlanrMpot: L'r1-'. M4 M. Fid the year 1920 property valued at was stolen from citizens and people visit- ing Montreal, the annual report of the city's detective department shows. Only three murders were reported last year as compared with ten the preced- ing year. A Ucntf of tt Virginia THE CALL TO VICTORIA QUEEN CITY OF CANADA Capital of British Columbia, built on the finest lite of VukW couver 'aland of a thousand antf vrtr1 recurring changes in scenic beauty. FINEST OF MOTOR ROADS nich as the famous Malahal drive. Finest of Golf Couriei and Social fardoon and i Get there by CJ.E. route through the CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES with thnir lofty peaks, deeo canyons and niahinc, itreamt, Ckiio. of TWO HI AIMS'daily. SlL CANADIAN PACIFIC rt'... RAILWAY "Sped ttu Wnter on the P.cific Cowt" ;