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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN TITtf DAILY fcEKALD MONDAY. MARCH 7.1921 PETER ADDS TO DANNY'S WORRIES BY Carrying Out Will Of British Columbia A thins that worries you may uu The oiiiiso of lini'pllii'M to me. U.uiljii. That is the way it is in this world. Things that niiiko some- people happy make other people sad. You i'.i-ver IMII teli. No, f-ir. you never cun tell. Yuu never win It'll at all.-You know hmv i it is with food: you like eertain Uiiuss, and cannot bear other tilings; other i people like those things and caunot bear the things you like. It is just like that with fears and worries. When I'eter Rabbit found iliat Jim- my Skunk and bis family were through with their winter sleep and I had come forth to onee more have a part in the doings of the Green Mea-1 dows, the Old Orchard and the Green I Forest he was delighted. Jimmy was) an old friend and it was good to see Jiiin about again. The tact that Old fc Mother Nature had awakened liim a sure sign that sweet Mistress Spring would soon arrive and with ner the gladdest, happiest time of ail the year. The snow was melting and SIAVEIY DECLARES 'RELENTLESS WAR "What do you he cried. That means that the snow and ice will already the ground was bare in many Sijon otherwise GUI Mo- places: The very sight of Jimmy ther Nature wouldn't havo wakened Skunk hunting fur something to eat filled Peter with joy. As usual was fairly bursting Tvlth desire to spread tho news. He felt sure that every one who heard it would feel as glad as he did. So when on his way home to the dear Old Briar Patch he spied Danny Meadow Mouse he hurried over to pay his respects and tell him the news. "Wnat do you 'know, he cried, 'Jimmy Skunk is out and about! It certainly is good to see him again. 'vmm SALT for Insomnia him. He's the same old Jimmy, only he isn't. He has lost all his fat and he movers about so spryly that I wouldn't believe it to" be Jimmy if I didn't know it was. Never saw stich a change in a felow in my life. And Mrs. Skunk and their children arc him. It certainly is groat to seu tnem around again. Why, Danny Meadow Mouse, you don't look glad. Aren't you glad, Peter had sudden- ly noticed that instead of a glad look Danny's face wore a worried look. "No, jkn not replied Danuy shortiy Tn his funny squeaky voice. "Why should I be" bcL-ause it is good to see an old neighbor and friend about replied Peter. "He's no friend of mine, not at this season of the year, anyway." retorted Danny Meadow Mouse. "When I saw you coming I thought you were bring- ing good news. Instead -frou have brought about as bad news as I have heard for many a day. How big n, family has Jimmy "Why, there are Mrs. Skunk and seven fine bis nice a fam- ily as you'll in u long said Peter. "That makes nine." squeaked Dan- ny and looked more, worried than ever. "Jimmy and Mrs. Skunk would bavo been bud enough, but seven fully grown children niuc altogether: Just as if I haven't worries enough as it is without having.nine more added all at once! Excuse nie, Peter, I must go warn Nanny Meadow Mouge right away. I hate to add to her worries, but Yl have to. Nine Skunks! Nine hungry Skunks! Nine! What chance a poor little Meadow Mouse these days tu brintc up a Before Peter could-stop him Danny had darted away along one of .his private little paths through tho brown grass: Peter sat staring after him rather -stupidly. He Hud thought to j bring good news and apparently he had added to Danny's worries. He didn't understand it at all. (Copyright 1921, by T. W. Burgess) Tho nest story: "Danny Meadow Mouse Explains." When you eat let it be the best WAGSTAFFFS Real Seville Orange Marmalade Ail Orange and Sugar-" No camouflage. Belled utiih cart in filter Para. A, C. BILLMAN, of Indiana, who says Tanlac is unquestion- ably the greatest medicine ha ever heard of. "It put me back On my .feet after I had practically giver, up all hope of ever being well he states. The Spurs have a chance to win the Cup, and you also have an excellent chance to wm one of the prizes in The Herald Football Competition Prize list jumps again this week from to with a First Prize of Get In The Game! ''Tunlac is unquestionably the great- ost medicine I ever heard of. After j I had praciically given up all hope i of ever being well again, it put me I right back OIL my feet, and I am feel- ing one hundred per cent, better than I i have for twenty years, i have gained ten pounds in wcigUj, and j everyone says I don't look like the same person. "For several months I suffered from a serious stomach disorder. I i had no appetite and couldn't eat I enough to keep up my strength. Very i often when J sat down to a meal I j would leave J.he table without touch- I ing anything scarcely, as 1 could not i bear the sight of food, much less eut it. "I was losing in weight and ray j friends would often ask mo: "What is wrong with you? Why are you look- ing so "I also suffered terribly with pains across the small of jtty back and over niv kidneys. It was almost impos- sible for me to get out oE bed in the morning, as my buck" would pain me j so I would almost fall over when I I "Would first stand up -in the moni- I ing. At night my me j so it almost impossible for me to slenp. I would lie first on one side and then on the other, and would roll and toss all night long. I had almost given up and thought may be niy age was against me, as I had taken so many different kinds of medicine wilhout results. "Tlio first bottle of Tanlac -didn't help me much, but I made up my mind to give it a fair trial. After Btarting on tlio second bottle I-began to feel bettor. My appetite returned and U just looked like I could hardly wait for meal time to come.- In fact, I was hungry all the time. buck and kidneys don't bother mi; ;uiy more and I can sieep Hke a log now. Tanlac has just simply made a now man of me, and anyone living in this country can toll you the bantu Tbing. ;is everybody knows me and liiiou'M l Jin shape wus in." Tho fibovo made re- cently by A. C. Jiillman, of Ugonler, Ind. Mr. Billman has lived in Noble Comity all his life and is a. well-known and highly-respected citizen of that county. Taiil.-if sold in LnUibruIgp by J. Co, Has Municipality Secretary Who Works Overtime to Jteul x Pest (By u Staff Reporter! STAVELY, Mar. good [work in combatting the grasshoppers hist year, tliu most effective work done by any community in thn pro- vinces. lauded by K. H. .Strickland, 01 i ho Lethbridye experimental sta- tion, in his this morning be- fore an audience that packed the lec- ture tar of the Interprovlnekil Weed Special. Stavuly is already preparing to light the- hoppers this yoar for iney iire determined to seo that their dis- trict is free from this pest. Mr. Strickland said that Stavely would likely see a great number ol hoppers this year. They were moving north. By next year or perhaps the year after the hoppers hero would be a thins of the past. We may never sea another outbreak In our lifetime, was the cheering announcement. Stavely is fortunate in having Mr. Skelborno as secretary of its rural municipality. Skelborue has declared relentless warfare on the hoppers. Last year he placed his district in the front lank in. the grasshopper war. I Stavely does it by community effort. The work is thorough, and Stavely reaped tens of thousands of dollars In consequence last year. The rural municipality levied a two cents an acre tax to defray the ex- I pense of the grasshopper This was enough to meet the expense and it was equally divided. This pol- icy will be followed again this year. j Already straw is being placed around j the fields. This Is a sort of trap for j the baby hoppers who have a Uablt of coming home to sleep at night. Hoppers are hatched in the grass and weeds around the fields and along the roadsides, and they return from the fields every night for two weeks to sleep in their old home. The idea is to set fire to the weeds and straw at I night. This Is an effective if not a I kind way of destroying the little fcl- lows on a wholesale scale. It was j recommended by Mr. Strickland. Better Livestock Essential O. McConkie, B.S.A.. gave" a good speech on the new agricultural era. He made a plea for better livestock. Mr. McConkie was for a time connect- ed with the British Food Board and while in that work in England learned that Canada must produce better beef and bacon if she is to be a successful competitor for the British trade. There was no country in the world that could produce better root crops than Alberta, yet how many farmers raised them? The speakers mane some pertinent remarks about noxious weeds here, some of them being as follows: Weed Hints A perennial sow thistle "plant may produce 2000 seeds each year for 50 years. Weeds crowd and shade the grain crop. "Wandering the Russian thistle, won't stay put. A big weed will pump a barrel of water from the soil in a season. Plow under no seeds bearing ripe seedri. Bum them. Weeds lessen the value of your farm. Every man his own weed inspector. Cattle will thrive on young sow thistles. Only the best, grain is good enough j to sow. The lowest priced is most costly. To kill sow" thistlt by suramerfal- lowing keep thy ground black until fall frosts. Thft Good RELIEF NIID IN OVER SASKATOON. Mar. tion of rollof in city has oil'away to ulmoitL uothtuK. according tu thu v.-cukly report of tlio iiicUICiil health in charge of tho lunue. Tin teui Amount iitntd waft I279.SK u with I4C4 for the prerloui Thirty4wu provided for and tiuui point to the (act that thli tctiv- Uy on the part of the health bureau will vooa ba dlscoatlaned for Inch o! applications. The above monument has jutt been unveiled in the hall-way of the Tor- onto General Hospital as a tribute to the leadership of Sir Joseph Wes- ley Flavelle in the erection of the fine group of hospital buildings. It is by Walter All wood, the well-knowu the summer and going back to the farm. Sirs., Crow ley on Thursday after- noon entertained a few of the ladles of the "town. Death of Stokely The death occurred at the.home of her sou near Lucky Strike on Wed- nesday, Mar. 2, of Mary Estella Stokely after an illness of several years' duration. She was -born iu 1840. The funeral took place yesterday to Lucky Strike cemetery, Rev. J. D. Taylor of Foremost, conducting; the services. The stork has been busy this week Foremost, visiting two homea, and bringing a baby girl in each case. HG to the home of H. B. Hunt early" Monday morfting, Feb. 28. Theu j about twenty-four hours later he vis- ited the parsonage. All concerned are doing well. A.few of their friends siAprited Mr, and Mrs. Chudleigh last sight as they gathered for a party, Mr. and Mrs, Chudleigh and two sons recently re- turned from a winter's visit in the States. B. C. will mane Ha liquor purchases direct from English and Scotch dis- tillers. condition which Is n- 't Hamtf vfitfi you arouu thi Jivor, iMiwn iniHfDr. ami bowls to action bt .ehaM'tKidiMj-LmrPills. foM. Chas< Try Musterole. See How Quickly It Relieves You just nibMusterokinbriskly.and usually the pain is delicious, soothingcomfort comes to takeitsplace. Musterole is a clean, white ointment madewithoa of mustard. Use it instead of mustard plaster. Will not blister. Many doctors and nurses use Muster- ole recommend it to their patients. They will gladly tell you what relief it gives from son throat, bronchitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lum- bago, pains and aches of the back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds of the chest. Alwaya dependable. No Big Moisture Reserve This Home Municipal Elections (From Our Own Correspondent) FOREMOST, Marcli Treed train has? been ttie big event :'thts j week. It was visited large crowds, the jiccommodaUon being taxed. The lectures and exhibits were much ap- preciated by the visitors to the train. Tile weather for a while has sug- gested spring work. Sonio plou'lng has been done. Some complaint Is heard lack of moisture. The plow goes to dry soil. Gophers have been in evidence for a few days. A Serious Accident Mrs. Cuudiff yesterday met with a rather seriuus accident. When coming to town with Harry Dorati the team took fright at something on the cou- ieo hill and went over the bank. Wagnn, team and all rolled down the hill. Mrs. Cundiff was the seri- ously injured, just how seriously was not known at the time she was brought into Foremost for medical at- tention. This morning Mrs. Cundiff is reported as progressing favorably. No bones wore broken, though Bhe was badly bruised. Farm Home Burns Early yesterday morning Mr. Fer- guson's house, Wildhorse school, was burned with practically all its contents. v At tho municipal nomination meet- Ing of 'Burlington municipality council was rcuominated with ccptlon of Mr. Harry Chudleigh, Mr. Gerrie being nominated in place, and Mr. C. W. lloldrlck and Mr. John Kvans taking his place. The entire council was elected by acclamation. Mr. Ovcsan is closing tho year's business of liie National elevator pro- to closing toe elevator toj 'ancy candy F TEva. can make candy at home f equal to the 1 finest J if ifyvuiue EAGLE BRAND Condoned Milk Smoke If yea m try TAB Wf piuf AUCTKfflSALE OF COWS On the old dairy ranch of Lloyd A Devlne, two mllet tolrttl Of jail, miles southeast of L ethbrldje. About 30 Head of Choice Selected Dairy which will bo offered for sale and fold with uuiount 0( implements. J. A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER. AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK AND MACHINERY HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM PETER JORGENSON, OF IRON SPRINGS. I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION WITH- OUT RESERVE THE FOLLOWING STOCK AND MACHINERY ON SATURDAY, MARCH 12 At ONE O'CLOCK SHARP. ON THE S.W. QR. SEC. 25, TWP. 11, RGE. 20 One mile weit of Turin Schoolhouse and two mllet eait and half mile tenth, of Iron Springs. Gelding. 1550 Ibs., 8 yean; 1 Black Mare, 1450 Ibs., U years; 1 Grej Mare. 1300 years; 1 Grey Gelding, 1400 4 years; 1 Grey Mare. 1400 7 years; 1 Grey Gelding, 1850 ,lba., 3 years; 1 Grey "Geldins, 1250 Ibs., 3 years; 1 Black Mare, 1200 Ibs., 3 years; l.Black Mare, 1200 Ibs., 5 years; 1 Black Gelding, 1300 Ibs., 3 years; 1 Black Mare 1100 Ibs., 10 Bay Saddle Mare, JWO Ibs., 5 years. Milclt Cows, fresh in April; 2 Heifers, 2 years; 1 Yearling Calf. Deering double disc drill, 18 disc; 1 Great West 14-Inch gang plow; 1 P. 0. 16-inch sulky plow, breaker and stubble bottoms; 1 five-section boss harrow; 1 I.H.C. 9-ft. duckfoot cultivator; 1 S-ft. Massey-Harris binderffl 1 Moline wagon and triple box; 1 S-ft. Emerson disc; 1 7-K. disc; 3 sets double work harness; 1 Ford touring car, in Al shape; and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS OF cash, balance Oct. 1st, 1921, at S per cent, interest on tfankable notes. 10 per cent, discount for eauh on credit amounts. P. La VALLEY, Auctioneer PETER JORGENSON, Owner. D. J. MeSWAIN.'cierk- c-o Dowsley Land Agency, Phone 1809, Lethbrldge. AUCTION SALE THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT LETHBRIDGE AT THE BREWERY BARN (One Block Next Wed. Afternoon, 1 o'clock Sharp .1 matched team black mares. 5 years old, weight 3000; 1 bay geld- Ins, D yoars old, weight 1500; 1 grey gelding, 6 years old, weight 1450; 1 roan mare, C years old, 1300; 1 sorrel gelding, 6 years old, weight 1400; 1 sorrel gelding, 6 years old, weight 1300; 1 brown geld- ing. G years old, weight 1250: 1 grey mare, 8 years old, weight 1300; 1 brown mare, 9 years old, .weigh! 1300; 1 bay gelding, 8 yearn old, weight 1300; 1 black gelding, 5 years old, weight 1J50; 1 bay mire, 4 years old, weight 1250. 1 wiije-sauge lumber wagon, SVi steel skein; 1 neV 3% wagon, cast skein; 1 lumber wagon, wide 2 lumber wagons, 4 sets of heavy team harness, britchen; 10 horso collars and sweat pads. 3 scoop shovels. extension oak dining oak: dresser; 1 oak comode; 1 hJFspriiiK and mattress complete; 1 Improved seam- stress sewing machine; 1 large oak rocker; 1 rest chair; 1 cane bot- tom chair; 1 folding cot crib and mattress; 1 smoking cabinet; 1 centre tabje; 1 jardiniere stand; 1 large brass jardiniere; 1 Karn piano, in good condition; 1 mandolin, as good as new; 1 silver get of breakfast cruet set; number of 1-quart sealers; uumber.of dishes; 1 wash boiler. TERMS CASH. NO RESERVE. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer AUCTION SALE HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. T. B. BOWLBY, ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE OF W. J. LUST, COAL- DALE, SELL WITHOUT RESERVE THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PERSONAL PROPERTY ON NORTHWEST QR. SEC. 8, TWP. 9, RGE. 19 THREE MILES EAST OF COALDAOLE, AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M. SHARP, ON THURSDAY, MARCH 10TH TWENTY-FIVE HEAD OF HORSES 1 Brown Jlare, 14DO His.. 10 years; 1 Black Maro, 1500 Ibs., 10 years; i Ray Gelding, 1500 Ibs., 8 years; 1 Black Mare, 1400 Ibs., 8 years; 1 Ilrown Mare, 1350 Ibs., 7 years; 1 Bay 1350 Ibs., 7 years; 1 Bay Mare, 1550 Ibs., C years; 1 Bay Marc, 1450 Iba., 5 yoars; 1 Browa Maro, 1350 Ibs., u years; 1 Orey Mare, 1350 7 years; 1 Drown-Mare, 1400 Ibs., S years; 1 Grade Stallion, 1700 Ibs., 8 years; 1 pair Mules, 2400 Ibs., 7 years; 1 pair Mules, 2200 Ibs., 8 years; 1 Black Mare, 900 Ibs., 3 years: 1 Bay Mare, 2 yean; 1 Saddle Horse, 10 years; 6 Colts. 2 Milch Cows, fresh 6 montht; 50 Chickens; 10 tons Alfalfa Hay; 300 Oats. Hooser 16-inch double disc press drill; 1 I. H. C. 10 ft. cluekfoot cultivator; 1 Cockshutt trifcle disc plow; 1 3-aectjon lever harrow; 1 6-aection steel harrow; 1 double disc, S ft.; 1 new McCormick S ft. binder; 2 wagons; 1 grain tank, 150 nua.; 1 triple wagon box; 1 democrat; 1 Ford car; 5 sets double work harness; 12 horse collars; 1 cream separator. HOUSEHOLD range, good ai new; 1 cook stove, 1 kitchen cabinet, 1 kitchen table, 1 dining-room table, cjinirs, cooking utensils, and other household furniture. TERMS CASH T. P. BOWLBY, PETER LaVALLEY, Administrator for Mn. W. J. Lust. co Dowfley Land Agency, Phone 1809, Lethbrldge. ;