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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETTIBBIDOB DAILY HEfiALD TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 1921 Buisps BEDTIME STORIES PETER SEES A QUEER PROCESSION BY sits to wateh the world go by And does it with observing eye. Will find that on this whirling ball There's nothing commonplaco at all. Rabbit. Onoe Peter Rabbitt 'Wouldn't have believed timt. But it true. Often the things that seem common- j place and uninteresting really are i wonderful. It all depends on whether! you have eyes that really see and ears) that really hear. Just take the case of j Peter and Old Mr. Toad. For a long. I Ions time Peter thought Old Mr. Toad I the most commonplace fellow iu all the Great World, lie didnt see any- thing interesting about him. And then I he discovered that Old Mr. Toad has i beautiful eyes, that he possesses one I of the sweetest voices of tho spring.! that he has a wonderful tongue, and I that he can take his skin off and swallow it. Old Mr. Toad is anything -but commonplace. So Peter learned there is always something to be learn- ed about even those things you think Toil know 'all about. When Striped Chipmunk left him to return to his house somewhere un- der the old stone wall to spend the he might see better. Presently he rest of the winter Fetter hopped back made out something black and white. There they were, Jimmy and Mrs. Skunk and their seven grown children. Do This For Constipation pEOPLK arc Ixwinnliig to realize that J- it is mil :.t :ill iK-Lvssary to Uke :i slryne pill, and be ami urset day, to relievo no nutter how old orchronio it is. The boivt'lmuscU's will iretitioUIie proper amount of Ftimutation from ;i of mild, centlc Dr. C.iici- weirsUx.Uive Syrup Pepsin, wlik-h is n combination of simple ImHjs jicpsin. The full formula is on the A sixty-cent bottle wilMast and Jast year over eiaht million were bought in driiustores. It iT-lievcs constipation ovornisjhi, Iiead- lilioUaUCiS, ilKlilKaUott OllJ fuvt1 richness. If you would Me to tat Dr. GiIJ- wdl's Laxative Syntp Pepsin fnx of charge drying it in t'.'iiy fcii.1 your name diui address to ip Front St., Bridgcbiirg, Onr., and a free trial fcortte will fee sent you promptly, postpaid. Short Course Is Decided Success Review of Week's I.tciures and to Lethbridge Ladies rlcd out for tho comfort nnd nil the visitors. Midi Uawdl'n., tho prenliliMit, In to bo congratulated on the organization, every do tall being carried out llku clockwork. Miss Dawdon hnx aim shown such it personal intercut iu ouch one, ill tho hail each day to sou tluit all went well. Wo thunk the M.P. for transporting liiKKago from (ho station, the mem- bers of tho Hotary Huh fur so fallh- fully inueung all trains nnd conveying visitors to their billets. Hie for the use of-St. Ausustin's Hall, The grocer who recom- mends to you Red Rose on which he maKeslessprof it than he does on other teas, can be trusted when he re- commends other I nm ot "Home, jloni j more. i The women have enjoyed thcm- j selves. There can be no doubt about that. They have attended well, they j have learned much, they have receiv- ed suggestions as to where they can and women, to other local doctors wh gave medical services and pertormcil operations at U. S. SILVER SALES NEW CUSTOMS AIR HARBORS 1'P.NDO.V, Feb. Times, and Nurse Sherrer for Interesting lee- financial column comments jlan tures, the Crystal Dairy for conduct-, "tho large silver ship- ___- OTTAWA, Feb. 26 (Canmllim Pross) Tho establishment of four new customs air harbors Is announced in the current issue of tho Canada Gazette. They will accommodate flicrb with gasoline, etc., and facilitato ro- puirs. They aro situated ono near St. Lurimt about seven miles nortli oC Montreal, one at Deserouto, ono eights, Out., and one at, havo been larger than was realised. to his hiding place in tho old wall down iu the far corner !of the' OW Orchard. For some time he sat there thinking of Striped Chipmunk and his way of spending the winter. "He doesn't have to worry about storms and cold and thought "I do believe that Jimmy Skunk is awake and is coming thought Peter. 'I've never seen him come out from his winter sleep before. I do- hope it is Jimmy." It was. A minute or two later Jimmy Skunk poked his head out of Peter, rather wistfully. "But think of his doorway ana looked around He !r Sevei! grown chl1 all the fun and excitement he blinked sleepily. Apparently he w-is been' sleeping tog le exclaimed presently, and now there in 110 hurry to come out But itaoirear I UE winter. Spooky no wistfulness. ed that some hohimi Screech Owl had right. Tras no wistfulness. At that very Instant he happened to look over to Jimmy skunk's house be- tween the roots of an old apple tree. He could see right inside that door- way. He couldn't be' sure, but he thought he saw something move 'way down in the dark'hall. Right away he forgot about Striped Chipmunk. Could he hove been mistaken? No, there it was There certainly was some one moving down in Jimmy Skunk's house! Peter's eyes opened very wide and he stretched a little higher that -.PP6L- ed that some one behind him was im- patient, for Jimmy half turned his hpaij, growled crossly, and then scrambled out oil his doorstep. No sooner was he fairly outside than an- other head appeared in that doorway It was the head of Mrs. Skunk. Jimmy yawned, stretched, tool; a few steps ill the snow and shook first one foot, then another, as if ho didn't outside than another Skunk appeared in the doorway. He, came out, yawned, stretched and shook his feet when he felt the suow. Another did the same thing. Then another, another, anoth- er, another and yet another. And each in turn yawned, stretched and shook his or her feet. There they were, Jimmy Skunk and their seven grown children, y the Screecii Owl had right. Peter Christmas by Mrs. Mildred Cunning- ham, Western Director, Home Branch, i Soldiers' Settlement Board. She laid the matter before the Local Council i of Women -who, under their president, j Miss Bawden, agreed to be responsible [for local arrangements, and laid out j the plan of attack. i The churches were asked to provide the meals for the delegates, local theatres promised entertainment in the evening and 'citizens were asked to billet the ladies. .Accordingly, after such planning, the affair could not be anything but a success. On Friday and Saturday the delegates arrived, and were met by the local women, Boy Scouts, and Jlotary Clubland placed in their bil- lets, the M.P. transporting the lug- gage. The children on Saturday after- noon to a party given by the Primary Department of the Meth- iodist church, while the ladies were giants. Jimmy gave a final ya.wn and started off through the Old" Orchard. Mrs. Skunk followed him and after her went the seven young Skunks just as they had done when they were very small and starting out to sea the