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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAliK TKN T11R LKTHBmOGK DAtt.Y TUESDAY, MARCH 2.1920 "Nearly worth whllo reads Cosmopolitan' onaires take in roomers Is parent-love a menace GREAT men almost invariably have had unusual mothers or fathers who played a conspicuous part in shaping their lives. And yet eminent psychologists tell us that the pampering love of parent for wisely di- do tremendous harm. Harvey O'Higginshas interviewed one of the greatest nerve-specialists in America on this vital problem. Nothing more amazing and dra- matic has been written about human relationships in the current Cosmopolitan. When a financier's wife pawns her jewels YOU won't know until the end of the story why she did it. But when the pretty young wife of a'feeble, old millionaire is seen to a pawnbroker's, and then enter a cheap lodging house, being watched by a good looking there's enough mystery, love, action and high finance in this unusual story to satisfy anybody. "Her Wffl Payne- is the first of a series of th e ad ventures of Ben Bodet, business detective, who rank as one of the most interesting sleuths of fiction. PLAIN, simple country folk down in Texas went to bed one night as poor as the proverbial church mice and awoke to find themselves millionaires! But they cannot accustom themselves to their new prosperity, .and, living far from the maddening crowd, they do the most extraordinary things imaginable with their newly acquired wealth. Old Jake Wells went right out and bought himself worth of bananas, ate them, and then just naturally died. Mrs. Snodgrass, wife of the village doctor (who doesn't know how rich she built a large wing on the old home- stead so she could take in more roomers! Another old profits quickly passed the million to the hardware store and bought "paw" a new ax so he could cut the kindling easily. And the surprising thing abou't it all is that it's true! The great oil boom that has recently transformed the most deso- late section of Texas into a land of untold wealth has produced a new phenomenon in our national unlike anything the world has ever seen before. Don't fail to read "Millionaires Made While Ypu Wait" ByFRAZIER HUNT in the latest Cosmopolitan Are wives harder to get along with than husbands BOXER thought so, because, as he told his friend Charny, his wife had called him a "drunken satyr" simply because he tried to light his cigarette at an electric-light bulb. And Charny. agreed with him, because his wife had told him that he never kept a promise in his life. And he sometimes did! Gouvemeur Morris, in Great has surpassed himself in this rollicking story of domestic mis- understandings and how were overcome. Don't fail to read it in the cur- rent Cosmopolitan. They discovered the fountain of youth "TpHONY" DICK and "Overcoat" .L Bennie had just relieved an oil magnate of But when they went and lost it the Kentucky Derby, they simply didn't have the heart to go home to Mrs. who kept the cash (and who also kept track of their prowess.) So they, decided to take a little fishing-trip out California way, and that's how they happened to discover the Beauty Fountain. You who have applauded his "Boston Blackie" stories will delight in this crook story in a lighter vein by Jack Boyle in the current Cosmopolitan. Don't miss these in the same number- "KINDRED OF THE Peter B. Kyne'i great story of a rich lumber laird, hit only a beautiful girl. v CROWN PRINCE OF PYNE'S FALLS, MASSACHU- story of an aviator who didn't see service until he got back Royal Brown. "THE FATHER OF One of the greatest stories Rupert Hughes has written, "THE will prob- ably recognize more than one girl you have known in this story of a Dana Gatlin, "UNEASY dramatic chapter in Arthur Semen Roche's great novel of lore and mystery. "THE CRIMSON concluding instalment of Robert W. Chambers' unusual romance of the Bolshevist menace, "THE RELAPSE OF CAPTAIN Reliable it ac- cessory to a holiday celebration strictly according to Harris Dickson, "HER HOME, THE a poem of unusual beauty and Mary Carolyn Da vies. America's Greatest KENNY ALLIN ROSE'S CIGAR STORE 7he Cosmopolitan Magazine Sells Everywhere jor 2Sc ROBERTSON'S B.QOK STORE 20th CENTURY BOOK STORE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. LETHBRIDGE HOTEL NEWS STAND DALLAS HOTEL NEWS STAND ;