Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
FAGE TEW THE LKTHBKIUUK IMiLY HERALD WEDNESDAY. MARCH JUMPER THE HARE TELLS A STARTLING STORY OFFER TO MRS PEACH BY THORNTON W. BURGESS TOrtONTO, Marrh Tho etaml- ards se! Tor moving pictures by the Or.tupu board of rousnrs provide for the e.vrlusiim of the "degrading, "the immoral, the improp'iily sugKcstivo, the harmful and the indecent." Shock- Believe all you can of what you're toUl, But prove the facts before they're cold. Rabbit. LBlbbridee, Alta., March 7, 1911. Dear In look in' over Sat. nites paper I notls Mrs. Pearh soems put out over something I eed or dfalnt fay and tmvites me to a contcs of words. well when I rote tho last artikle I was !eil to beleave we .mile for this stuff, and 1 had hearn tell of bin prices twin pade for wrillns and need- in the doe I took a KO at it, but Peter Rabbit hadn't forgotten the taviUry of the ftrent windfall over fn Green Forest. No, indeed. Peter couldn't fors-t a thing HUe that. Ho thought about it a great deal ;ind hs was eager to back there to Hnd out if his hie cousin, -lumper tho Hare, had discovered how it was that Buster Bear's coat had turned brown ha j slept. Both ;iari seen Buster ;ust be-; fore he .went to sleep for th-i winter and then hia coat was black. Botli had impolitely peeped into that bedroom j under the great -windfall and seen a.' fcrown coat. What'.kind of a coat would Buster Bear.be wearing when he camo out from his long sleep. Would it be black or brown? There had been, so much going on bear home that It was some time Peter found a ehance to run over to Green Forest. In all the places where the Jolly X-ittle Sunbeams could reach the snow had melted. The ice was gone in the pond of Paddy the Bearer. The Laughing Brook was overflowing its banks. There was the feel of spring in the air as Peter at last hurried through the Greaii Forest in searck of his big cousin. Jumper the Hsrv. He found Juniper over near f raat windfall. Jumper -was still ing hia white coat, but now it made him very nervous, for with moat ot the snow gone it wag hari work to from being seen by enemies. Cousin cried Peter as soon ag he saw him. "Has Buster Bear come out replied Jumper, looking this SUK and unnecessary details of dsodsltlate of writin no manna has fell. If violence :md struggle scenes j Mrs Peach will tell me what this dope be cut out. Pictures which deal v.-ith j ia worth a yard I will go her another firearms or display of or guns i thousan yards (Queensbury rules sus- may be1 eliminated or cut to a flash (pended) everythin fair, bitin in the a.c the board thinks best. Some pic-; clinches, hit "where you get a chance, jtuiv; 01 iho "wild and wes-t" 1 above or below the belt, if you can't where there would be no hit, bite or kick, fair or foul, it will i porisiliility of reproduction or Incon-j be Jake with me, let 'or butt. tiv-j tu imitation, will be allowed at Awalttn the above information. the ilismnion of the board.' 1CURA GOTE. In some cases, it is stated, U may j-------------------------- 'he "Ve' SUGGESTS SORTING OF "What color is his asked cageriy. whe pit-is a struggle between the forrps ni evil and good. The of the issue always should shown to bo disastrous to the crim- inal. Pictures which leave a glamor about the criminal will be condemn- ed. BRITISH FREIGHTER ON ROCKS er has worn a .blacker coat than he is wearing this spring. IL ever there was a black bear that bear is Buster." "Did you ask him how it happened that his coat brown while he was Peter asked eagerly. Jumper shook his head. said the i he. "Buster is too cross these days to ask any questions of. Jumper paused and there was a queer j look on his face. "Besides demanded Peter impatiently. "Buster Bear didn't spend the wint- er under that windfall, at replied Juniper. "He slept in his old "bed in that cave in the ledge of rocks where KEXXE-nuCKPORT. Maine, Mar. British freighter Wanby, 3981 tons gross, from Algeria for Port- land, crashed on the rocks at Walker's Point, off this harbor early today in a heavy fog and is in a bad position. All members of the crew arc safe. vay and that way nervously. Mila'has you once found him. And ho Iwsnt 7jeen out for more than a week." "What color is his coat: 7" asked peter eagerly. replied Jumper. Peter. repeated Jumper. "He nev- inaHuny You'll never know how quickly a bnd can be conquered, until you try thii famous old home-made Anyone who eoushed all day and will MT that the immediate relief civen IB almost like mafic. It takes but a moment to prepare and really thgre is nothing better lor couchs. Into a IG-oz. bottle, put ounces o: Tiiiex; then add plain granulated supar nyrup to make 16 Or you can clarified molanflefl. honey, or corn svnip, instead of sugar syrup. Either thia mixture Raves about two- thirds of the money usually spent for rough preparations, and fives you a wore poaitive, effective remedy. It keeps perfrctly, and tastes J children like il I You feel tin's take hold instantly, and healing the membranes in all the air pasaaees. It promptly looaena a dry, tisht couah, and soon 'you will iiotiee tlie -phlegm thm out and then disappear altoeether. A day's use will usually break up an ordinary throat or fheat cold, and it is uteo splendid for bronchitis, croup, hoarseness, and bron- chial asthma. Pincx is a mont yaluahle concentrateil compound of genuinp Korway pine ex- tract, the most reliable remedy for throat and chest ailments. To avoid disappointment nsk TOUT tlrujraist for "2V2 ounces of Pincx" with dircctiona and don't accpot anything else. Guaranteed to cive nbsolute s.atis- faction or money refunded. The Pinei Co., Toronto, Ont. been near this old windfall since he came out. That Buster Bear we saw in there, at all." Peter swallowed hard two ir three times, as if he were trying to swal- low -what he had just heard and found it hard work. "Then who waa it we saw with a brown he demand- ed. Again Jumper shook his head. "I don't said he. "I haven't the least idea. I have a funny feeling everj- time I look at that old wind- fall. I tell you. Peter, there is the greatest mystery here I've ever known." "Where is Buiter demanded Peter. "I don't replied Jumper. "You are likely to run across htm anywhere these days. is doing a lot of roaming about to set enough to eat. TVhyr "Because I to sec replied Peter.. "I don't doubt your word at all, Cousin Jumper, biit I simply have got to see Bnstcr Bear with my own eyes. Perhaps there is a little patch of brown on his coat Liiat you didn't see." "But I told you he di'ln'i sleep under the old replied Juniper. "That's so. I forgot said Peter, looking a bit taken back. "Anyway, l want to aee him. Gpodby." And with this off scampered Peter Rabbit lip- perty-llpperty-lip to look for Buster Bear. (Copyright, 1921, by T. W. Kurgosa) Tfte next story: "Peter Finds Eust- er Bear's Coat ia How to Care for the Baby By Dnce Bclden, M.D. PILLS Cools and heals Scalds, ghould send far. IS- When the Children Cough, Rub Musterole on Throats and Chests No tatting how soon the symptoms develop into crotip, or worse. And (ken's when you're glad you have a jar of Mustende at hand to give prompt, ran relief, b does not blister. first aid and a certain remedy, Musterole is excellent Thousands of mothers know it You should keep a jar in the bouse, ready for instant use. It is the remedy for adults, too. Re- lievo sore throat, bronchitis, tonsilitis, croon (tiff Beck, asthma, neuralgia, headache, congestion, pleurisy, rheu- rnatinn, tamoBfio, pains and aches of Iwekor joWa, sprains, sore muscles, chilblains, frosted feet and colds of the Sheet (it often rmratt the Firth in the Series by De Belden on Caring For Every Mother Should Read and Save "The amount of fresh air that a child is allowed to have is as import- ant a consideration as the kind uf food he ia to be given. At first some care may have to be csercised in airing an infant, espec- ially if he ia not particularly r.obust, or if the weather is very cold while he is still very young. If a baby is born in the Summer he may be taken out of doors ivhen he is one week old, unless frail, and the average healthy child may go out in tho Winter at the age of three months. EAGLE BRAND Condensed Milk ThsBorden MONTREAL ONTARIO APPLES IN ENG. TORONTO, Mar. by the Ontario government of ware' houses' in England for storage, sort- ing and sale of exported Ontario ap- ples, was.tormall yadvocated by W. T. It Preston of Port Hope, Ont., to- day before the special committee ot the Ontario legislature, appointed to deal with the marketing and export of fruit products. Losses of millions of dollars sustained annually by Ontario because of operations of a prjce-lixing ring in Britain, Mr. Preston charged. British consumers paid annually for Canadian apples, the cost of which f.o.b: Liverpool was not more than SIR ADAM DEFENDS HYDRO-ELECTRIC; GIVES THE CHEAPEST POWER TORONTO, Mar. Adam ,Beck, chairman of the Ontario hydro- electric power commission, address- ing the Young Men's Canadian club here last night, said "Within five years the radial rail- ways, if they come in the city of To- ronton, will consume horse- power of electrical energy a year for domestic, commercial and Industrial purposes alone." As to the price of electric power, Sir Adam stated that while the aver- age rate per kilowatt hour for the 264 Ontario municipalities served by hydro power was 2 1-4 cents In Mon- treal, the consumer had to pay six cents and the rate for the whole of the United States, was 8 cents. The hydro-electric system in Ontario, Sir Adam declared, was the most success- ful public ownership project in the world. VETERANS TO PRESENT PROGRAM TO COMMITTEE OTTAWA, Mar. The Dominion executive of the G. W. V. A. is busily preparing Its progradt (or presentation to the house com- mittee on civil re-establish- ment and In addition to the resolu- tions brought forward at the recent meeting the executive will' have a number of personal cases for the com- mittee's consideration. It is under- stood that the O. W. V. A. will ent the pensions problem for first consideration and it is likely that C. O. McNeil, secretary of the O. W. V. A. and Hume Cronyn, London, chairman of the committee will hold a consultation to decide on the order of business prior to the committee meeting. PILES her day v'th liing, Bleed ItUiimple M tra joit little lamp tint tW CnuoTeiM and place U near MrtMiir %ntiMptle r Mar. iwKnM the ooath. Mm the mf HHHtHtm. proUttn in pteimmmtMn iaf A baby may be given an airing in j ling iloa! the house without danger of catchi..D 1 cold if he is exposed to the afr only for a short time at first and then grad- ually to it. For'this sort ot airing the child should be dressed as if for the street, with a bonnet and coat of not too heavy material, and placed either in his urib or his car- riage near tho window. When the windows are opened all doors or onnnsiie u-iminwt; ho carefully closed to prevent draught. Screens may also 'ic used, but they are usually unnecessary. This kind of airing may begin when the child Is a month old if he Is well, and at first he should be exposed to the air for periods of about fifteen or twenty niiBUtes. In this way the baby may lie aired for four or five hours a day in al! kinds of In the Winter a baby should only go out on pleasant days, and should be kept in the sun as well us protected from the wind. When the thermom- eter goes below zero babies under four months should stay indoors Very delicate babies should, of course, be eren more carefully protected from severe weather. When the. baby is out of doors the j sun should not bo In Its eyes, and the I front of the carriage should be turned .away from the wind If it ia blowing j hard. There in no objection to babies out of doori, Itching, I ing, or J'rotrud ing I'llcj. surgical oper a don required Dr. Chase's Ointment will relieve you at one< affltml luting bweflt. 60e. a box; al (rs, or Ktlman'nii, Hulos ic Cn., Limited Toronto. Sample free vnu mention tub and enclose 2c. sump jwstage. Cuticiira Talcum is Fragrant and Very Healthful Drop a littlo 'Freczone" on an ach- ing corn, instantly thaf corn stops hurting, then shortly you lift it right off with fingers. It doesn't hurt a bit Your druggist seljs a tiny bottle of "Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient to remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and tho cal- luses, without a particle of vertisement. I GROUP SYSTEM SEEN IN OPERATION IN THE MANITOBA LEGISLATURE WINNIPEG, Mar. group system of government was seen in operation in the Manitoba legislature today when all factions gathered for discussion of the financial affairs of the province, with a farmer member presiding. It wai decided that the whole docket of financial require- ments, such as proposed grants to the university, good roadR, charities, I etc., should be decided upon at con- I ferences of the whole body of legis- lators. Premier Norria laid the com- mittee of the whole honae would be called upon to aid the government In finding new revenuea with which to carry on. the operationi of the gov- ernment. CANADIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FOR LONDON Mar. As- sociated gathering of rep- resentative Anglo-Canadian banklnp commercial and professional inter- ests yesterday resolved to proceed with tha formation of a Canadian chamber of commerce In London. One speaker said the idea g'Ood long as the chamber did not degen- erato into a mutual admiration so- ciety, but informed the people of Canada that they mutt produce goods in a style really saleable hers. Tho chairman announced that the Canadian Manufacturers' association had already promlned financial help and. that tli3 Dominion government had expressed itself favorable to the proposal. AWAIT PAPERS ON TELLETT'S SANITY I'ONDON, Mar. (Oanadliin The papers In Ihe case ol Charles Tnllett. a membc.- ot the 3rd Canadian Battalion, under. sentence of death for the of sliter-ln- Ijw and who was a new trial by the court criminal penis, have been forwarded to the home secretary, Edward Shortt. decision IB the can prob- ably will bo deferred until arrival of affidavits from CaHda refardlBf 0ian'a aanltT. SASKATOON TAX RATEUP6.M Will Be 46.55 For Year As Against 40.5 For Year 1920 SASKATOON, Mar. further of .9 mills in the general levy for city of Saskatoon is In- dicated by the receipt of the esti- mates from the high school hoanl cull- ing for the sum of for 1921, an increase over last year of approxi- mately Last year the esti- mates called for creating tax levy of 2.S mills, but this year u tax of S.7 mills will be required to raise which Is about less than the board estimates. The effect o( this increase is that, providing no changes are made in the estimates as they now stand, tho general tax levy for the city will bo 46.55 mills on the dollar, which, if it is agreed to by the council ou Mon- day night, is an increase over last year's levy of 6.15 mills. BIG VOLUME SUGAR BUSINESS BUT SMALL PROFIT IS RECORDED NEW YORK. Mar. volume of business done by the American Sugar Refining company in 1920 shows an increase of over the previous year, jaccording to the annual report made public today. The total of President Earl Babst explained, represents the small- est tonnage handled in the history of the company, high prices alone ac- counting for tha increase of gross receipts. of waa loss than in 1919 und about one-half cent on each dollar of sales or a profit of Iess4than one mill per pound. INTERNATIONAL MINE RESCUE COMPETITION WASHINGTON, Mar. Can. teams from Canada, the United States and Mexico are expect- ed to compete in the Interna- tional Mine Rescue and Flrit Aid meet which is to be held at St. Louis, September 1, 2 and 3, the Bureau of Mines has announced officially. regulates the Bowels and the Stomach. REPORTS TABLED OTTAWA, March one and two of tho auditor-general's report of the fiscal year 1920-m were tublcd in tho house yesterday by Sir Henry Draylon, min- ister o[ finance; Hon. C. C. Ballan- tyno, minister of naval affairs, tabled orders in councils passed between August anil' February 14, 1921, in connection with that department. Hon. F. B. McCurdy, minister ot pub- lic works, laid on the tablo the plans and specifications and copy of the con- tract with Coughland and Sons for the construction of a drydock at Van- couver. LITTLE CRIME AT 'Flu" Left in Deplorable Con- dition, Sayi Mil. Tinlac Provu Merit. "When I started taking Tanlac I only weighed ninety-five pounds; now I weigh a hundred and sixteen and never felt better In my said Mn. B. T. Wedd, of 1290 13th Ave., East, "I had such a severe attack of the "flu" about a year ago that I wasn't expected to pull through, and when at lait I waa able to get up I wag In such an awfully weak condition I couldn't seem to get back my strength, no nurtter what I did. I had BO little appetite that the very smell of food upset me. I had throbbing headaches most every day and spells ot weak- ness, when I thought I wai going to faint. "I was Just a nervoui wreck, for the least little noise kept me awake at night. I fell off In weight and got so .weak that If I went out and did a bit of shopping It would just about finish me up for the day. "The first few doses of Tanlac I took seemed to do me good and in a short time 1 had such an appetite that I wanted to be eating all the time. I am now so much stronger that I can do all my homework without even getting tired, and I have actually gained twenty-one pounds. I haven't had a headache since! I started on Tanlac and my nerves are so much better that nothing affects or worries me and I sleep just fine. I don't know when I felt ao well as I do now, and I am very grateful for the good this medicine has done me." Tanlac is sold In Lethbrldge by J D. Higinbotham Co., vertisement. LEONARD EAR OIL REUBVsW DEAFNESS at STOPS BRAD NOISES. Bab It Back of the Ban heart IB Necttib. Preofefne- f.ai. Fer Silt In Ltthkrldfe By 1. 0. HIGINBOTHAM HiDLEV DRUG CO, Ltd. STOKES DRUG CO, Ltd. A. 6. Inc., 70 5th Nep York. SASKATOON, Mar. sixth annual report of Chief ot Police U. M. Donald, which wan presented to- the board of police commissioners Tuesday afternoon, shows that thero has been no increase of crimo In Sas- katoon during the year. The total number of cases proiacuted was 1025, an increase of 151 over 1919, but :i larger number of by-law infractions than usual accounts for thiv. Flfty- throB juvenile offenders were before tho children's court in 1930. This is the soma number as in 1919, but only 15 of these cases were of a criminal nature. SomMpr Biscuit TODAY 'HE NORTH-WEST BISCUIT COMPANYLTf IT IS TIME TO CON- SULT US REGARD- ING A MONUMENT Lethbridge Monumental Cut Stone R. Needi, Proprietor. IMPORTER OF SCOTCH GRANITE AND ITALIAN MARBLES. PHONE 8TH ST. S. The Spurs have a chance to win the Cup, and you also Have an excellent chance to win one o( the prizes m The HeralJ Football Competition Prize list jumps again this week from to OO Wl itK a First Prize of Get In The Game!