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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE 1'HH LETHUKiDGH DAZLITHjERALD SATURDAY. MARCH 5. lirjt .1 Mrs. lama Peach PEACHES AND CREAM By J. ,S, K. 3JKH could get thono Mild Arch und w whona Itko n c roast between u u iltll iifcklo. i tlmi'i need Hi HOI now. I'iiy my oow jnto ruld HtorHK? 1 "Milk for .Night Oomi-.it." j Litih- Hit Adilvil to You (jot j Mikes Jult AnutluM- ijuuri "Tbere'B u IJUIIK '1 Know Whwro tin- ;tiv ;it Milking Old Tin lluckof" unit when 1 was l u'outil turn ID solos suoh i Metier to (Jivrt Than tu Hot1 j ThoKO Dyes at Me." "An Quart Won't You An. ivanUertuI. Bui when I tried with hiftli (1 in 111 uotfs our cow wonM iU liind but that's whoro I lonnu-d forli- KasUvl Dear Sir: dope. Peach likes guys who Uttf Mrs. for u IJurU tir- this in- ___ are full. ing is to be expected and in stance was We cranked a Ford for snine now ami natur- ally are p re pun? 1 for sued ennM-gem ier-. You can't pleas all the Jill time. IVaca iin'st taste iikf. a lemon whivi it sours the dispos- itions. We went tmminj; for trouble, j we always did like to nib ;v oat the i wrong way just to see the sparks fly. We have one of those dispositions that try to prore paint" signs liars. We even stuck our finger in j our first, electric fan to stop the squir-: as we thought, the dang thing j hit us alrite. are of Irish decent, j when we. start we enjoy j cracking heads to see who will come Lot us repent we went s boot tug. aimed at the distributor hut apparent- ly missed, it's tho farmer who hit us and then leaned on ihe bayonet. We took ;t chance, like the guy who said lie threw it atone into the stilly nisht. lie heard a dog howl so ht1 fcuew he had hit Our sole purpose to get infor- mation. We got it. in fine juicy sobs, while in part they upncured peeved at Mrs. Peach, wo on our" side fool indebted to them. We at least do not get sore, we come xip smiling. It's a ImtwiiB stutiorftiK nuul. 1 tu how niuiiy words thwy can to i irlhuto T cents over hofore tltoy eomo i to (lift vitttl part "net They .shy ut thftt like a nervous liiirso at a i pltU'O of We must not overlook Arclilo. hiid track at Archie for iugh on to years. If ItV our old friend Art-hie nt' tho "V" who was talkinj; ulxnit ihe squared circle ho ought to know ehHuyiiiK til Me is saying, llo has lio.uid the tour cow uml romiKift: since we UIUMY him, I "Walch Your lailor. clerk, ami a full iledKeii ditiry expert, at on- job as Ions as wti did ut uffice Archie, and you may p.M wheeb to track vol. You cannot expect 4 ui ii cows to clear off the Siomste; year or so. Civo them more ropt JR Iiopii.r, you act H 6U bushel per; tudo, spUt milk', ;K-re vrop tins year. I'll come out ami but I do object to this split milk, split .milk you.- lilmkms cows during iu lmU- milk what 1 tan do ii. Ask me and W3gU mv huml jn v-ell and If votir the i i-, i I Mrs. Heath has been K Dominion t iu> ('rnniem ure t j i mi u 'for (lain- I'll a-lmit vou .ll.ij l" sult wil, that lie-1 nasty pen when you primed. Vou to on a mi k j et n twocn tho be, gave me fame pood at that. But j ,tb." ml Played this season. In whirl, tin. i BUI tno only person v-no oen- Taber team 1ms Han well' m.lk deal was as usual, tin, am, Jmiurs "'00" for I (Ustributor. In desperation i., Old friends of Red Rose Tea who have used it for many years find it the same tea to-day as it was all uring the war and for many years before. 'IHni't Mak ioUn'L- hittle y Harm." It Crowd of This Season In lhi> second, Taber, t oni' time Hatriwell (J'roin Own rorreKliomteiill TA1IEK. Mar. A rattlllli! lluador of haskotball was played here on Monday night liutwoi-u the Barn- d Tabor junior and senior teams. A fii-st class t-rowd was unt tn see the sanu'B, Avhit-ii pi-oved fast spurU'd lint an tulKO on i the Incul.i that kfijit thorn safe, anil i tho Anal I'ndliui was victory for Barn- well by Ttiber shots worn plenty lo win. but ball siinjtly u'ouldn't O in. so tlio locals had to Uko.thi! iediciiiLV A bis; dftncti followed, with a Rood crowd, and it is safu to there'will bo a wild itrngHle when tho to the mat again. Miss Myru iireenslade, Jji-Ktlddaugb- ter of late former Secretary of tile Plenipotentiary of i'aris. died at Montreal, aged 100 years, her mother lived to 101. it yc.ii timl vourself skidding halnn. Stick to mifl job. And Mr. Zettlo, he is an absolute stranger to .Mrs. Peach. We j ou sent a ou AX allt u l' a he has as wonderful an imagination as we have heard from in years Splen-. thB gooll3 in llle ni h did little booster for Southern Alber- i bMUI deJ. If the sooolu, th t do Irol our butdler' '1056 niaileil I f'ret "'ent. and strer.uons plav marked the progress of hostilities from the first. Tabor run awav with !thB gooll3 in llle ni h frank if, our opln- do' Irolu >our butdler' i a Moomiug romancer, i j umi-. nowevur iuuer nun u Mrs. Peach does not pretend to that was too much, and managed 'V Illivhciflv alaa'a K-iKIn tft L-Aati if c-n u__i ____ UP a spurt that had the locals sues ins tor a time. Hovi-evor Taber had a good maxim boys, "always leave them i ion Hurt he is a Moon smiling when you say-goodbye." j ma imagination runs rampant. The farmer has had his troubles, i Just what year was it. that yon anybody else's battle flag, she goes to keep it, so the final result that wo know, the present state ot-j toiled your weary way through mud1'1 alone- However, it is trying, for the Taber juniors, business shows that We do not know (a foot thick. Mud a foot thick, just ;.zeus nave stopped 113. threatening to scniars then tool- tear us limb from limb, it don't j tje> many farmers sold their hay last year let their cows go. but many did. It was a foolish grab. We never many farmers who passed up foot thick, just; like that, careless and off hand, just i as if it were a yearly occurrence, and. ciaiin the corpse. It helps because i in oiir next contract we are going to chance to moke money quick. While hold out for mileage used by irrate! j une, we never will be truly great. The j to have it that "thick say lown on the farm stuff is splendid again for a few d cast. Mud a foot (hick, wouldn't, it; ____ ___ _ _......- _____ .irry.it; _ jt i-orrespondeutR who whang; at us. We! rurm young, that is our misfort- i be a grand and glorious feeling even Una ll-rt n-il! --n.it- Jr deservo some credit for starting some-: deserve some credit lor starting some-i "c i thing. It fills the paper with the farm s people apparently are interested iu. jTertisinjr, In these quiet times pood dope is! As a ''buck'' pas, hard to get so that these brickbats i oaa truly be called scientific. These (hat have showered down on our front i boys must have felt guilty because doorstcii are more than welcome. It I they howled that they weren't to Kaven our lethargic miud from seek-; blame, it was the distributor. That's ing new ammunition for the weekly I what we thought in the first instance, spasm. Ft cannot be continued indef- We have had it pounded into us for inltnly hut if we can drop a cake of yeast into the daily bread of the milk distributor with this effort, the rise from them would be worth the effort. a .feet's go'. Put your own name on your FO long; the Board of Trade, etc., that the i i "llu ;t tight, iiard -------____. th's question. Iliey. is, such a8 ]uls j each months In each week of each day; stm" ilistribulor will resent iBarmvell seniors had been intendm" i of each year he ploughs through mud i injimiauons and raise rip tlle nan otf a foot thick. 1? tuit history or a fore-iths show his dang imlcBend-'tjmo ;uul Raise on MeDuff. we can soon: night As :l _esllU'! ,'h ami eat grass ourselves. wards provcd good wisc But just a word more, the lav.yeraias to tho exact to coax a banket, I _-. in June, i as a class havo been siven an awful j and played the stiffest game yet while I and for 10 days the last ot July. Don't razzle dazzla by Archie et al. We hold: the local seniors, thou.qh 'in go hulling it. Four or five weeks proii-! no brief, merely savins: that you don't trainine. played In hard "luck, the ball erly distributed over this leap year, i get admitted because of birth, mar- Tooling around the hoop's edge and with mud a Toot thick .would flit the politics. Mrs. Peach was ac- not scoring, time and asain. At that i in April, Pains THOUSANDS of people suffer the aeonitinr pains of rheumatism, believing them to inevitable. Yet, the truth is thit rheumatism is generally caused simply by the failure of kid- neys to remove impurities from system. The notion of Cin Pills is lo help the kidney, per- fbrni their natural function again. With healthy VW- ncys, impurities canTlot remain in the blood. 'That is wny Gin are recognized as so eScacious for rheumatism. If your life is made an intolerable biiruen throuEh the pains of rheumatism, try Gin Fills without delay. Suty cents a every- where, tou can obtain a free sample, by writing; Rational Drus k ChemicarCo. of Canada, Limited Toronto, Out. U. S. residents should address- Na. Dru-Co., Inc., 202 Main St., Buffalo, N.Y. Mil .Mac. we knev.- you were bill. May your dreams come true, old tiuited by u desiro fen- yolt' improva- dear. We would all keep paying 17 i ment. mentally and financially. Insiiir- cents for milk it it would, without a Jed by the universal ivspect.'sha hail murmur. j and which the vast majority of reas-! ._ -.--ic, i We were ignorant of just how the enable persons have for that profes- ...u.. farmer could do no TTTOIIS. cost ot milk was arrived at. and what! sion. are glad we are there. Drudg- i that we never even suspected them was the division of cry. privations, sacrifices are worth i should I say, as between farmer and j while when you attain your end. She dairy. stuck, did her 5 years'as office We represent no one but ourself inland prices were going np, up, it was nock and neck, first round end-1 iiiE 16 all. j profiteering in milk. We hope to near from the distrihut- re .was a ripple spatter our pants to cor-; I could buy a ton of even dairymen take uiuluo advantage, a was the prou-i respond with the pair .we sec Carlyle llay for tllatl but danged if I know I misusing the trust of opportunity, rival dairies. Wei roaming around loose in occasionally, i where I could put it. Even ?20 puts a I We are going to golf a-aMi this to a war to! Shoot, hid! We are good on flelding i crlmp m an offlce salary. I Sllnlmer> lr Ule oll, golt club (loes n fact, we near; bunts. Pour on the acid, we still use flEures doss not begin to cover! burn a llole ln tho of our h.ini, on the milk question aganda staged by the ri thought it was going t. ._ ..__ the death, it was in fact, we near; bunts. Pour on the acid, we still use died when the 15 cent concern, that: salts to neutralize the effect a" the milk xve like to use. It the goat, claimed to be victors. But listen, vOU bodv corporate don't' "3 J But the shock was greatest when they go and pull any of that old stuff'rtou i as T hut claimed their 2 cents as indemnities.! bad accounts and the breakage I "tern of food is oucj upon whiclj Mrtu accounts ana tiie oreaKac Wars cost money, and as usual poor your milk bottles. dang well old publick got rimmed. cash and own our containers. Tell Dad -----Baby's wft to freih and to fragrant after the bath with "Baby's Own Soap" is Baby'i "Song without telling Dad to we Baby'i Own Soap Mother of course tin always used it. No slcin U to tender that it will not be the better fee a wash with OWN WARNING Unless you see the name "Bayer" on package or on tab- lets, you are not getting Aspirin at ail. Made in Canada. Vi'hat I was interring particularly was that the quality is sub-normal. Perhaps the farmer does not grasp the consumer's point of view, any more readily than we so-called non- producers havo grasped the milk ques- tion. If the fanner had to be content with j milk that does not raise an inch of cream in a bottle, with milk I that does not shade away from the i cream line in a gradual fusion, but j milk that is ,13 blue and unsatisfying as water, with milk that will not in itself keep babies alive, with milk that turns sour within the 24 hours of its delivery to our doorstep. With milk that has not even the taste of milk, as we once remember it. If the farmer had to pay CO to SO cents for cream that refuses to whip, with cream that barely earns the name, cream that in its own little bot- i tie shows a milk line, when it I for an hour or so after delivery. With j cream that can sour as quickly as the milk. Stnke well before using is our motto. If Mr. Farmer had to buy so-called fresh made creamery butter that is either as tasteless as paraffin or went to the other extreme, and tasted dis- gustingly of fish, at prices never less than 60c per Ib. Tlteu he might be- gin to conceive that .Mrs. Peach really had some incentive, other than cheap wit in fluiging the time fuse, i that brought down the barrage. i We hear these indefinite rumours j of cheap storage butter merely made over with a little cream and salt add- ed. Of barrels of milk povvdSr (for ice cream, I Of small independ- ent dairymen being throttled. Of tanners milk being robbed of cream. Of skim poor milk having just enough 3.6 butter fat added that if shake will gets by the teals. Mere vapo. ings and 'idle soasip. memory us in saying that before the dairies went into the intensified ice cream business that wo did get fair milk. Memory whispers fliat we did whole milk from independent dairy-] men. Memory still leaves smclderings I of injustice in our brain pan. at the stories these same independent milk- 1 men told us of how they .were jock- eyed out of their supply, i We are becoming far more serious than we Intended to be. We are not. however, downhearted. We appreciate a joke, even upon ourxelf. The jokes tin dairymen deliver to us. 4 to f, bottles of them a day, are rich in lint one sense only. Impersonation and masquerading as milk, it is indeed a iaiign, but we hate like sin paying 17 cents per quart to indulge in this sort of comedy. 'Hie farmer apparently is so touchy on the subject of his product. Perhaps they might be induced to inquire what happened lo their milk, not that it's any ot their business, possibly, but it might save them from feeling hurt when the imoo tor finality to tho con- sumer is hnlnA Considered. As I see it fiow's milk, freah from the tap every time we see a That wear off when we get our callous spots back. Mrs. Peach has finished the milk question, unless i the "goat" throws off his disguise and answers for tho distributors. Tell us what yon do with the 7, cents. Where does the milk powder go? Come on Mac, be a regular guy. I Satisfy this ,poor woman's curiosity. Honest, I'll respect your confluences. Yours for 3.6 whatever that means. I You run more than, one style ot sep-! arator. You! separate us from our' money as fast aa anything 1 ever saw. Yours serenely, MRS. IAMA PEACH. -I'll ride your goat just one P.S. more heat. Kaplers at yards. Hit i us hard, hut tell the truth. ST. CHARLES EVAPORATED MILK omootlxer dishes result from coofeind with SAFEIV FiRS'I Accept only !au "unbroken twckiiue" of genuine "Bayer Tablets of which contains directions and dose worked out by physicians during 21 years and provcd safe by millions for Headache, Earache, Toothache Colds, Rheumatism, Neuritis, Lumbago, and pain generallv' Huidy tit. boa of 12 tablets coat but a few ccnts-Urger ttnnufactiira of Monn -......I It mark frpglatored In fntiatla) jiivcr cvtlcmcIdMter Wliilr It IB well l.-nov.-n v. with fffnernl mark, the i maintains u uniform goodness, in each flay in each week of each month, in j each year in nach decade, in each i century, back up! In each month that the cow la having its leg pulled. It givos something good for every attention paid to It. Faithful limlpH. Kinging to them while you milk isn't enough. Sllago, if some, of 'hose guys who write such mad letters filing to their cows, no blooming won- der.tho milk goes flour. The poor cow has to put up wtth lerrlliln trials I wniilil miKKcst a cheap Vlclor. T got snint. old yui( With the cream left in a firit _ ft Van? Trwtwwt for tMtfM l time for indication of RCI.'IJ or Jta simpe to IIM. >ou frst liffht littlo lamp lint the Crciulene ttnd fclace it the pukm ennffh, tjd proteeU IB bed. Tho Konir a 1 breathing easy, reliev nd ien. Kecommrmluct U for 40 Jtiat botflt in Everybody Smokes OLD CHUN The Tobacco of Qualify" A Definite and Useful Public Service THE only justification any business 1 hasr for its existence is that it venders some definite and useful ser- vice to the public. 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