Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY. MARCH 4, 1031 NEW U. S. PRESIDENT IS OF BAPTIST FAITH Jlnri-li 4. Thw tMit Jy the first yf 1 WASHINGTON'. i twenty-ninth JUT til jlliijUUl faith. Mr. uml .Mrs. lUiriliiiK have not yet i imuli" Known which they .will littt.Mitl, lint it. bo'that the Flral Uijiptlst. ;u Sixitviith and O Streets. still '.-tmii as a nhrlM fnr visitor to si-nroh of raemorion ot tho Kathur of Ills Ooiuitfy. imtl John Attorns kltuirird iild til. film's chuivli i Wuhliifton wornhlyped i-lmrcli In PETER RABBIT HAS A GOOD TIME BY THORNTON W A Ulndly ileeil for olhors dono Will ottc-n provo the best of fun. Kabbit. its where President. Taft, Uic only fliwf or ruUm- faith, worshipped Fourteenth ttiid it Strei'tx. beun r-r-tnl to make way lor unutiifirclnl building. riant UUltfon aUmuletl tho Central PregbytVlan Church ut Fifteenth and n u in ho r them amoiii; Irving Streets, Northwest. TUo little probation. Tin- llov. HiMiry Al-jDutrb Kofarmi'd Church was the one is urn1 of tho oldest in j Uuosevelt. Thump, thump, thump: Polcr Itub- fcit had stamped three times with Ins gtout hind feet. Danny and Nanny Itle.idow Mouse heard it and vhat it meant. They knew that Jimmy Skunk or one of his family was very near their hiding place and that it forvthom to move. So they snuggled close together in their little home and didn't much as u _.-whisker. Jimmy Skunk heard it anil looked HP with a very cross face- "Now, is that long-cared nuisance stamping muttered Jimmy. "He'll fright- en every Mouse .within hearing. If he must thump, why doesn't ho go off vrhere he won't interfere with other people? Goodness knows it is hard enough to catch ft Mouse anyway, -without having some one scaring thorn half to death." "Thump, thump, thump, thump! This was more than Jimmy could a Und. He straightway lost his tem- per. He whirled and started straight for Peter1 Rabbit, and there was noth- ing slow in the way Jimmy moved. Never again would Peter be able to Bay that Jimmy Skunk never hurries. Peter didn't wait tor Jimmy. No, in- deed, Peter didn't wait. Not much! Ho promptly took to his hoels and away he .went lipperty-lipperty-lip. Now, though .linimy skunk, was sur- prisingly nimble, he was, of course, no match for Peter. So ho didn't wasto any time or breath chasing Peter far. lie was quite satisfied to phase liim away from that particular place where he had been hunting. Then, growling to himself, he turned back to hunt for Danny and Nanny Meadow Mouse. ,The instant Jimmy turned 1'eler stopped running and sat up to watch. There was nothing to fear if he didn't 50 tpo near. As Jimmy returned to Trbete he had been hunting. Peter fol- lowed. He -would hop, then sit up and i. been fuuuUcd ill' i 1'residwit MeKinloy vas a member of the rnacregatiuti of the Metropol- churchcft in the Han Methodist church was Prosi- can count presidents [liont Grant. Provident Olpvelaud at- 1 tho 1 ____ ________ President Giirllcld worshipped John's Episcopal church, j in the Christen Cburcb, then a little at Sixtronlh an I II across frame structure on Vonr.out Avenue, Hquuro from the White on thft same as the etlifloo since j 1 years aso. Of the lU'iu-ly .capital, only 1 LiV oiu'p of their (.'or.grogn-1 tf.ttd I lion. many tibipf executives hiivejwhU' Out of Movie Films Hftwtrd Douglas t'htof Censor, Tells Howe Commfttee of Past Year's Work (Sufuiiil to The Herald) KDMOJITOX March nre 10.000 feet of Stuff clipped' from censored Him? s-ockcd iway in I archives of the of Howani j Douglas. moving picture censor.; for the province, so Mr. Douglas told tho First Presbyterian church.' the public accounts committee of the board tbrco well known HtlMnt. In 1920 Mid. then 174 Dims coiiik'imiprl In Altarta, 113 ellminu- tloiiH niailt from nlmi unit Itfty uppruls OKa'nst bin tliKltluim of yhlub. n word ullowocl by bonnlii. still thoiifht hn right b) come of iiiu piCtiirOS UWA b'lt which hiid later Iwen allowed on known as Hoiuto. thai I'iunvh of the Presidents." It was built in .ISM when Washington was arising nut of tho after its burn- ins by the Ilritish in 1S12. y.M-f-ral chief Including l.inroln, nttemliM the York AY "The erci'ted there memory. memorial to his CALGARY TEACHERS MAY STRIKE, MARCH 10 CALGARY. Mar. strike of irary teachers, unless tho school board Prosbyir-rian rhnivh. a rod brick offers to enter into negotiations on tho legislature Friday morning. Thin array represents onfy part of tho eliminations that have been made from various fllms as the custom is to cut out the objectionable part of a fllni, and bold it in tho censor's office until the film has left the-province, 'when it may be returned" to tho ex-. change. These and Tiiany other inter- esting facts of the film tWsorship were related under questioning by AV. II. Davidson, North Calgary, who of Charters to privute Companies Should lie Guarded 1. em: striH'iure whirh at-the inter- nlllamic schedule of salaries, is now Uought to bring out a rigid -tion of Now York Avenue U. morally certain. By vote of 1T" direct, onl j House. blocks from to Lincoln was said to to' of moving picture films already is in at tho most largely attended and (existence, Mr, Douglas said he was militant meeting over lie Id by j recommending this year that the ap- attended many mid-week prayer the alliance in the city, a resolution j peal board to which exchanges and ervices at tlite church unUnown to j was carried shortly before midnight jexbibitprs can appeal against his de- Pet'r didn't wait for Jimmy, indeed. the congregation. He would walk yesterday, setting forth that "the j down to the church, enter u Hitle Calvary Teachers' Alliance the embly room by public school board notice that unless be dangerous for us." And so it was. Jimmy anil Mrs. Skunk iiad grov.-u lired ot" c'aasins Peter Rabbit, and, being so near the Old Pasture, hail decided Lo see what was to be found there. So Pet.'r thumped the. signal that all was well and had scampered lip for the dear Old Briar-patch. He had had a good time. It was long siaco he had had a better time. Copyright, 1921, by T. Burgess) The next story: "Jimmy Family Grows Smaller." Skuuk's cisions should bo a permanently (Special lo-Tho Herald) KDMONTOX, March tioti of three bills waa begun by th8 private bills committee of the bouse on Friday. moniint under the chair- manship of ,1. A. MVcolI, Acadhi. The bill to incorporate the 1'romior Insur- ance Company, the Optometry Bill, iinil tho bill to aracd the Act Incorpor- ating the Alberta Ladies' College, came before the committee. The committee, at the suggestion of W, M. Davidson, XortU Calgary, decided to consider the Optometry Bill after the pointed board by legislation, instead. Senate of the University had been of being selected at random for each individual appeal as at present. room next to tl way of the ;iHey door, and there in; the schedule presented to the board the- dark, with the door open just a in January be accepted by March 10, j censor said that when an appeal is crack, would silently remain through; the Calgary Teachers' Alliance will I made he generally allows that film ex- the sen-ice. cease work on March 11.'' change tt> select two members of the consulted on this subject. The other two hills will be considered again with minor amendments as suggest- pd by members. James Weir, JTauton, voiced a pro- tent tho princlplt ot (rtBUuf to comiwnlti without tar In- quiry Into the flntnotal and ptncui standing ot the nnctniion. In canneo (Inn with tho Premier Co.. Mr. UiTldton. wko Introduce tk> Mil and Han. W. Unrlepr, Betnr RlTtr. defended the bfl! tencnl law and TTtllltlen Con- numdent yrvtAutlon. Mr. Weir wanted to wka vu folac to protect (hone who arickt bur Uli stock or In it they, the diit not do KU, Mr. Garicpy replied that tbe ouinliarfl wore prestmt to reprMMt the Weir retorted that. Mr. might im QMbiav and. the member for BeiTer Rlrer replltii thut lie was kere now, Where there M u need for a bold- VjL ing-op 'tonic after XV HhwM, SCOTT'S EMULSION taken regularly, UMially, spells renewed strength and vigpr. ALtX> MAKtm Ki-MOIDS MRS. HARDING HAS PLUCKY DISPOSITION TVASHIXGTOX. March Kling Harding, the new First 'Lady look, take another hop and sit up. So Of the Land, possesses an unusual de- by the time Jimmy got right down to gree Of pluck and She hunting again Peter was near enough to see when Jimmy got near the bid- ing place of Danny Meadow Mouse. Thump, thump, thump, thump! Once more Danny and Nanny heard that'warning and once more Jimmy Skunk turned angrily. "Don't you know any better than to do that when I am demanded Jimmy. "What are you doing it for, "Just for replied Peter good- naturedly. "I like to thump." Just to prove it Peter thumped again. Again Jimmy Skunk started for him and again Peter rau away. Then they went through the whole performance Peter stealing, back after Jim- my and thumpfhg just as Jimmy be- gan tof hunt. Presently Mrs. Skunk came over to find out what was going ideas of her own on nmnv suV jects she does' not hesitate -to speak her opinions straight out from i the shoulder. Those wno work for'. her couut her a kindly and delightful i mistress, but they know that auy delinquency will call down a repri-j mand they will not soon forget. On occasions she has been scon shaking a forefinger at her of course nobody knows what that all is about. All her life Mrs. Harding bas been a determined, and tireless worker, tuot 'only in thtj details of her household, but in the broader field of business and community welfare. She comes of fighting blood, her father, Amos j Kling, having been a rugged power of; j the pioneer days of Marion.' Sh on7Then 8he art Jimmy took Turns hc P chusing Peter. By keeping just beyond in hei; thtir reach Peter led them further her Parents moderate and further away from the home of not the aort wbo Danay Meadow Mouse. Meanwhile, lean to of Jimmy's grown children, who I When she married Mr. Harding in had been hunting en the Green Mead-1 1801, his newspaper, the Star, was owi, had disappeared to.ward the edge of the Old Pasture. Peter led Jimmy and Mrs. Skunk over that way. By and by Danny Meadow Mouse heard a faint thump. It was so faint that he knew that it had been made a long way off. "Good old Peter Rab- said Danny to Nanny Meadow Mouse. "That means that those Skunks are no longer near enough to ASPIRIN "Bayer" only is Genuine Warning! Take no chances with substitutes for genuine "Bayer Tab- lets of Aspirin." Unless you see name "Buyer'.' on package or on tab- lets jipa ure not getting Aspirin ot all. lii-every package are directions for Colds, Headache, Neuralgia, Rheu- matism, Earache. Toothache, Lum- bago for Pain. Handy tin IioxeH of twelve tablets coKt few cents. Drug- gists also sell larger packages. lUado in Canada. Aspirin is the trade mark i registered in of Bayer Man- ufacture of Monoaceticacldester of Ralatable and ily digested, f for s EAGLE BRANHD CflodcnsedMUk Ms not yet out of the woods financially i and she went to work in its bUKiness department. She applied herself tiv, advertising aud circulation problems: with au eye for efficiency all alcmtr the line. She watched the original purchases of print paper and mater- i ials and she stood at the presses and j gave instructions to the newsboys j daily before they started on their rounds with the finished product. It 5s said of her in Marlon that when she became- -the wife of the struggling young editor she told her friends she I expected to make him president some j day, arid it is known that at some of the most discouraging stages of the I pro-convention campaign last year 'it was she who insisted most vigorously that the flght uo continued. During the strenuous days when thousands were marching to the front j porch of the Harding residence on Jit. Vernon Avenue, she was the most ac- tive figure about.her husband's quarters. She was beside him every time he spoke at home or away; she shook hands with as many men aud women as did he; and she was in and out of his -offices- from morning until night, rounding lip details and jjiving him advice pn. all. serious Questions before him. Late on the nighl of the last front porch meeting a newspaperman pass- ing the Harding.home saw someone moving about the dark recesses of I the big vorasila. It was Mrs. Harding, drawing the'porch chains back the wall for the night and softly v.-hi.siiiiig a quiut little air of content- ment. "Yon seem happy lie call- j cd across to her. "I surely she replied, "and j wily shouldn't I be? Isn't it wonder- i I Airs. Harding Is a member of the Methodist Episcopal church, and tlie IlanliuRs alternate attendance be tvveeii that a ml the liaptist church, of which the new president in a member. She loves children and chooses horsca and dogs for her Cruel treat- ment of dumb animals arouses her tn militant protest, and on more than onu slut has stupprd cm tin; streets of Marion anil to reprimand a drajman or a cabby for abusing his horse. In younger days she was'a skilled horsewoman. Ot medium height, the Kirk Lady carries hcr.-relf orecl and wtili a 'Charming dignity. Pictures seldom ilo her justice, for although her hair is streaked with silver bur eyes are as bright and her glaiicea and smiles as radiant as silo was sixteen. Daylight savins will begin in Brit- ain ul. midnight April 2 aud end at mWnlgUt, .October Jl, JS'EW SERGE AND TRICOTINE DRESSES NEW VELOUR AND POLO CLOTH COATS NEW BLOUSES OF GEORGETTE AND SATIN j NEW SUITS OF SERGE AND TRICOTINE EASTER GLOVES, HOSIERY and PETTICOATS i Piece goods of newest weaves 'and S.erges, Tricolettes, Satins and Taffetas. All Marked at the NEW SPRING PRICES WONDERFUL VALUES THROUGHOUT EVERY DEPARTMENT OF THE STORE. 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