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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY. MARCH 3.1921 IS BETTER THAN PETER HAS A HAPPY THOUGHT BY THORNTON W. SURGES5 In helping way I others you will fiml ;i rontoiitt'il mind. Ilitlibit. Skunks asked Uanny Meadow Mouse: Anxiously. Pqter Rabbit sal up so us 10 see lictter. Ht1 looked ami looked and looked, iirst this way, then iliai way. He looked so long that Danny Mouse grew impatient. he impatiently, "do you see them or don't you? It means it lot to me to Know where they are." "I see three of them. Jimmy ami two df his replied Foter. "but tiiey are not very near am! aia 1101 leaded this way just now." "Tliank exdairaVd Ban- uy, "What are they "1 replied Peter slowly, mucli .13 if lie didn't like to admit il. think they doing just what you said tliry would ins Meadow Mire." "Of course." squeaked Danny rath- er biuerly. "OL" t-uurso. There is noth- hig else for them to hunt just now. T you thai. These are hard and dangerous for the Mouse tribe. li. is a woniier to me that any of us EDMONTON POJ.H K WANT MAN WHO 18 HELD BY N. Y. POUCE litrr-h il.- Dtiimif Ottawa mini, who gave htnuelt DIP to tfeit York iiolloo liny Hrtnilng, In wanted In Kilmonton. i police, on several of Including a I for on proprietor of the hotel 1 at which ntuppiux hen' in 'nary. It is (her.- are u 14 cheques for amounts lotion and Lobuccu Bells Hard Tht, deelara- Hil Bv Slump in Prices 'lion that he was suspected ot beiuf C implicjted in the lotMH'O post u. runci robbery in August. un- He will extradited, cuiidilions in Southern Al-i iberui are much bettor than ill the cot-' DOMINION RIFLE lo" X' ASSOCIATION MEETS lunrhi'iin of the board of trade Thurs- day by S. Porter, superintendent of the Lothbtiilgo branch of the C. P. H.. natural resolves department. Mr. Porter has just ruturned from a six t 'thousand mile trip through that dt's-jthis morning, i triot. Major General K. J. Wilson, C. M. G. Although-Mr." orter was a.way ou a j Montreal, wag reelected president. Ins pleasure trip he had business eondit-' ions forced on his notice. His i ures included :i tniin wreck, wliich oost him a shaking up anil a Money is about the scarcest eommort-1 as did Hon. Hugh tiuthrie. mmisterj tty in" the cotton belt today but tkcro! ot niilitia, and Major General Sir Sam is" plenty of rotton. J Hughes. Canadian National Railways Illumination at Vancouver OTTAWA. Mar. iiuuual of the Dominion Kifle asso- ciation was held in tho railway nnttee room of the house ot commons excellency, the Duke of Devonshire, patron of the aBSOCiatiou. in address- ing the meeting congratulated the association on its successes of 19201 Kitcrlor of puhlfc the i'Htiadiun Xjitionul Railway depift if> the Utest populur adlunttt to architecture. The abOTd' picture ftUowR the 1'nuacUan Xjiiionul Railway aepift at Vancouver, P.O., thy picture Ix'ing taken ut night. The eiterior illumination of the terminal baa just lieeu completed. The Rtrncttire is of whitii IL'.ddlngton Inland with u front surface of square 14-foot ornamental standards each containing one l.OOQ-watt light with parabolic mirrors and in addition five lamps on au imlepemlont circuit (lifTnae feet of candle power orer the entire trout turface of the building. managership of the Woolworth store position. The Vancouver store is i Woolworth stores in on HastinaB street, Tuncourcr. He three times the size of the Lethbridge Mr. King is succeeded by Mr. An- leaves tonight to take up his new I store, and is one of the first-class deraon, oC Swift Current. All Sime Wheat! Mr. Porter explained that when the "Long journey I'" exclaimed Peter. that's no journey at The meeting iras largely attended and representatives were present from "Why. that's no journey at allrThe dear Old Briar-patch is only u little way from here." Danny grinned. "A little i ouiton growers started to reap their j crop ;he of cotton was forty but before they could set it on j the market it had dropped to eleven I cents. The average cost of the crop to tin1 fanner? was from fifteen (twenty conts so that conditions havo for j loft the growers without money to pay their bills to the merchants and ha all the provinces of Canada. The j iness meeting was followed by the j election of officers. j The 1920 financial report showed j the association in an excellent posi- During 1920, the receipts were and the expenditures Jo6.- 033.40, aa against receipts of and an expenditure of S30.5-17.SS ich I here danser is near, I tell you wh is, Peter Rahbit. you have no iOe% hjw hard life is for such little people .is me. We never know what minute v.-p may hav to run for our When the snow was deep over the Green Meadows we were comparative-1 thump ami (lieu you -tnd in tho nil territories of Texas are none Xannv keep hidden. AVheu vou hear! too good. The price of crude oil those on me thump a IOHR way off you'll know j dropped in the neighborhood of fifty none of those Skunks is near. HowjPcr cent. leaves a price below the cost of placing the oil on the-rail- Danny roarls in many cases. Nearly every person seems agreed Splendid, Meadow Mou cried e gratefully. "Some day couldn't see us. and the keenest nose couldn't smell UK. But now we pehlom fee! absolutely safe for a minute." Peter looked very thoughtful. He iuiow that what Danny Meadow Mouse; said was all true. No one has so many The next story: a Good Time." that now the poliUcal atmosphere has been cleaved business conditions will They expect affairs to ba- soon as Harding n the White House. CHARGED WITH SENDING Peter Rabbit Haa j come brighter i takes his place hv j Xow that the senate and congress are of the same color of politics more har- aiuadfa i Old no cxclaimca. "Ton'the famous race torso, unless {.m >ear- Seeding Is pro- will lie duite safe there. Mrs. Peter is turned over to the writer ot a let- greasing m icxas._________ and I will love to have you there. It, ter sent Mrs. Riddle. is the safest place in all the Great j------------------------- World." i DRUGGIST MADE MISTAKE Danny Meadow Mouse looked up at] CORONER'S JURY FINDS I'eter wistfully. "I'd love to do it.! TORONTO. March Ethel said lie. "hut yon forget those' ReSnik came to her death on Febru- babiea of ours. They are too young r ary as a result of a mistake made to move now. Perhaps when they are j by Frank Creswell. druggist, in dis- big enough to take such a long journ-1 reusing barium sulphurette instead ey we will do it if Nanny and I are j of barium sulphate, according to the still iltve." "Long 1 verdict of a coroner's jury at an in- jxclaitned Peter. I quest here last night. CLEAN-UP SHANGHAI SHANGHAI, Jan. The intemational settlement of Shanghai is to he morally cleaner. One-fifth of the- 870 vice establish- ments in the settlement are to be eliminated annually by a drawing held each year for, five Under this plan 174 such establishments will be closed on April 1. Special Prices for Friday and Saturday in new style merchandise of highest quality, and in the biggest varieties of choice shown in any one store in Southern Alberta. HANDSOME NEW SERGE DRESSES Specially Priced At' md I'lverskirt and straight line styles, made of line Quality botauv sur'fn: all in navy blue; beautifully hPaded ami embroidered in the new and popu- lar touches of color so ranch in dr-maml now. four styles to choose from. Sizes !i] to SPECIAL VALUE COATS SPECIAL VALUE SUITS J'ure wool polo volnurs, In the smart, pasj- fitUn? styles. A lov-ly collection nuw on hand to rhouse from. Some of the bust.ami smartest styles ot the season now on display Cor Kaster choosing. Very smart and beautifully trimmed. SPECIAL VALUE GLOVES Heavy walking Kloves, in tan. and white: washable Kajia gloves with black stitching. SPECIAL VALUE HOSE Heavy silk, vibberl tunF. tUiown in all and sixes S1- to 10 inches. SPECIAL VALUE WAISTS Kiiiunt fsL'orgettes and silks, in very latest styles, including values worth up to Clarke Co. 614 3rd Ave., S. LETHBRIDGE Orientals. ALLIGATOR IS NEW WHITE HOUSE PET Feb. Florida alligator with a six-foot smile, more j or less, is to succeed as White House 1 pet President's Taft's famous cow, Pauline, pony that rode in an elevator j in President's Roosevelt's administra- tion and more recently, President Wilson's flock of lawn mowing sheep. President-elect. Harding has accepted a "fair-sized" 'gator" from Henry M. Bennett of Jacksonville, according to Senator Trammcll. ABSORBER NEEDED GREEN'VILLE, S. recent- ly discovered a seventy-five gallon capacity whiskey distillery !n full op eratiou at the home of George Hall. A suction system emptied the liquor through faucets into a bathtub' and when officers arrived a woman hopped into the tub and splashed around in an effort to throw off suspicion. But the inventor forgot to devise an odor absorber. HARD LINES! ST. AUGUSTIXE, Pre- sident-elect Harding was on tho golf links here he, came up with a red- faced golfer who was thrashing wild- ly in a sand trap. Mr. Harding, not- ing that the man -was silent, said "Go ahead and swear, old man; you'll feel better." "I was the reply, "but I can't think of any more words." FRENCH GENERAL .DIES PARIS, Mar. Augusta MerciSr, former French minister ot war, died here today, General Mer- cier was war minister at the begin- ning of the. trial of Captain Dreyfus, instituting the proceedings which! brought Dreyfus before the war coun- cil in the trial resulting in the condemnation of Dreyfus to life penal servitude and public degradation, this sentenco afterward being reversed and Dreyfus exonerated on his retrail. DAUGHTER BORN TO EX-EMPEROR GENEVA. Mar. Empress Zita of Austria, nave birth to a girl baby Tuesday. .Mother and child are reported to be doing well. This is the second child horn to former Em- press Zita and Emperor Charles dur- ing their exile. The former royal pair now have, eight children. FAMILY HOMELESS RESULT OF FIRE Wl.N'DSOR, March Sutz, his wife 'and family of six children, rang- ing in age from an infant to 15 years, were driven to the street in their night attire by a lire which completely de- stroyed their home early 'today. Spon- taneous combii'itlon of a pile of soft coal stored in the basement vas the cause of the fire. DUFF ASKS QUESTIONS OTTAWA. March Due of Lunenborg is asking the government for a copy of all the correspondence, agreements contracts and all othe'.1 documents which have between the prem- ier :Mif! Hie of h'bor smi min- ister or marine, and tho presi-ient of the Dominion Trades and Labor Con-' gress. Kocrctiiry of tho Dominion Trades and Labor Congress and the labor connected with the shipbuilding industry, WOOLWOUTH'S MANAGER HERE GOES TO VANCOUVER Mr. N'. King, who opened the i branch of the Woolworth store in tho city In the full of and has been I manager of Hip over tins li-.f n transferred to the Now is "the time and this is the place where you will best combine your spring attire, with both becomingness and service, for here we offer the very newest of the spring's latest garments in many entirely new modes. The Favorite 'SPRING SUITS Varying from the simple tailored type to the softer-line suits with their touch of Oriental novelty in rolling wide at the wrist sleeve, and gayly colored embroidered trimmings are the smartest of spring suits. SWAGGER COATS The ideal wear for motoring, walk- ing, or any outdoor occasions. In many strikingly designed and contrasted ma- jjerexterials. Our prices are right. DEMURE DRESSES Quaintly fashioned in modes that back the "atoeet sim- plicity of the days of handsomely trimmed and in at- tractive colors. Prices are mod- "125.00to New Arrivals This Week CHILDREN'S BELTS AND HAND BAGS' NEW SILKS AND PETTICOATS NEW DRESS FABRIC AND KID GLOVES THE SPIRIT OF SPRING BRINGS RETURNING VOUTH Of all the seasons of the year this is the one we rrtost enjoy _to plan for, for In the sprlna we, every one of us, turn back to new life, renewed youth, and the anticipation of brighter days. We feel that it is not so much 3 rrratter of buying just so many styles, (or so many gar- ments, but more, the bringing back to you the keen enjoyment of the pleasure of joy In dress. Every wcman who feels as we do, that the spring is dress- up time for all, will appreciate the one big Idea, the whole- hearted enthusiasm with which our buyers have re-clad our shelves and racks with the spirit of spring. RYLANDS i CO. WEEK-END-SPECIALS "LADIES' COTTON VESTS _ Ladies' Summer Vests in good quality of material.Tnd all well made, and good fitting styles. These are values worth today 65c and better. Ryland's Week-End jf ft Sale CHILDREN'S WEAR About fii'ty garments in the lot, consisting of children's rompers and dresses, in plain and fancy materials; all well made and good fitting styles. Dresses, sizes 2 jhl years up to 6 years. Uyfeud's Week-End Special...) 1 D HANDKERCHIEFS We were able to pick vu> a real snap lately in fine cni- broidered handkerchiefs. Just an dainty as they can be. We have put them in two lots. Values up to or Values up to rn for......... .......6dC .for................OUC GABERDINE DE CHINE Til IK is a novelty silk and cotton material, suitable for blouses, dresses, etc. Plain white with neat floral designs in different colors; inches Kidy. Hold regularly at yard. Ryland'H Special, A-i r per ya rd......................................... 1 I PULLOVER SWEATERS A very useful article for early spring wear. These in assorted styles and colors; not one in the lot worth less and more. Jlyland's Week-End Special, each............................................ HOUSE DRESSES Tho re aro two styles to select made (if plain blue material; the other in neat style and of good quality print. v in the way us high as ij-J.50 each, i'.yiaud's 0o AA .Weck-Knd Special, each YLAND Q ;