Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
FACE FOURTEEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAID SATURDAY. MARCH 111021 Peter and Jumper Find Out Who the Stranger Is BY THORNTON W. Ho's a bore who tries to tvir Knowledge that his neighbors share. Kabbit. Tt didn't Peter Rabbit ami Jumper the Hare long to find Buster Bear. Buster was near the Laughing Brook dieicliis up roots where the ground was soft, and because ho had found several very much to his Hk.ug he wasn't so grouchy as when Peter htci last seen him. You know there is nothing like a good meal to restore good nature. cried Peter excitedly, "there is a strings bear in ?he Green Forest! Did you know Buster's eyes twinkled. "Von don't say said he, "Xpw this is news. I've lived here in the Green Forest a long time, and I haven't seen any strange bear." "But it is cried Peter. "Juniper and 1 saw the stranger como out from under that old. windfall where we thought you had been sleeping all winter. Are you going to allow a strange bear to stay here in the Green Buster sat up and scratched his head. His eyes twinkled more than ever. "No." said he in his deepest. most grumbly-rumbly voice. "No, I'm not going to allow any strange bear to stay here in the Green Forest. That is, not if I can help it. If I meet a strange bear there is going to be the biggest fight the Green Forest ever has seen. I can't afford to have any strange bears around hero." Just then a dry stick snapped. Peter and Jumper turned. There, shuffling along, straight toward them, was the stranger. They looked back at Buster expecting to see him make ready to drive the stronger away. Instead Bus- ter was shuffling off rather hurriedly. At a respectful distance he sat up and rttplird Buster. "If 1 iuw a str.'ince boar 1 certainly would fight." "Hut that fit ;i ptranKo rUlit over Ihtiro up your nnns." cried Peter. "Xo. iiidtfOtl, No, indeed! That K-ui't u Ktnmpft -roplLM It lister, prott'BtlliHT to be nhockcd. "That Is Mrs. crk'd IVlor Jumper and the oxproMlun on tjioii fai-os so funny ih.'tt Busier laugh- od riplit out. "1 yaid that that Is Mrs. Duster." re- plied Buster Hoar. "I brought i lUnvii from the His Mountain last full. Horns a liUlc bashful sho kept out ot I siplii. When it caino time to retire j for tho winter she rhoso tho grAtt j windfall whore 1 slept year ago and I wont back to my old bod room in the ledge in" rocks; Xo, indeed, sho isn't a stratiRO bear. Sho Oolongs hero in the Green Forest now just as much as I do." (Copyright 1021. by T. W. Burgess) Tho next stury: "When a Black Bear Isn't Black." "That Isn't a it range replied Buster, pretending to be shocked, looked at the stranger1 The latter camo over to where Buster had been digging and began to dig up roots, whining and grumbling and paying uo attention whatever to Biieter. Peter and Jumper had followed Bus- ter. Peter was fairly dancing with ex- citement. "Why don't you drive that stranger he demanded. "What stranger? asked Buster, looking everywhere but at tho bear digging: up roots. All the time hia eyes were twinkling. "That strange bear cried Peter. "You needn't pretend you don't see that bear." "Oh, that said Buster. "Yes, that retorted Peter, "I believe you are afraid. That's what is the afraid." "I thought you mentioned a strange GOSSIP SAYS- Kdward Charles inrury a possible prime minister of Canada. The farm- er from Simcoo county will ascend the ladder ot more than two steps at a time tf rumor Is to be credited. 1 lore 8 (he way the political fans fir-tiro it out. There will soon be an election. After the election, none of the groups or parties will have a majority. To carry on a government somo of the groups or parties must coalesce. The most likely merger will be between the Progressive party and the tlow tariff Literals. In this merg- ing process Crorar and King will take a back pew. The new premier wil! bo a compromise. It will be Drury of On- tario. He has proved to be moderate. Ho is not a protectionist; neither he of the school that thinks free trado is feasible in Canada. Ho 13 safo and sane, as witness his determination to find out whether hydro-radiais in On- LIGHTS and SHADOWS By C F. S. VALUE! not the length of Ufa that counts But how I lira whUt-here, Greet voJnmea with versa Oft Una from year to yeir. It little whan I am or whore My voice Ii heard; "This Is the Question God will Did you speak the kindly word? A rare musical treat is in store for are can.be nnanc- the citizens of Leihbridge on Monday etl- That policy of holding up the rad- niglit when Harold Kirby, the brilliant lals until ho will appear "Evening of mgiu when Harold Kirby, the brilliant j lals until ho was seized with all the Appear I facts, mada Drllrv wlth Don't use medicated soaps unless your skin is sick and don't make it sick by using strong soaps, pigments, or by neglect. Baby's Own Soap freely with warm water, rinte well and dry carefully, and the most delicate skin will be Itept tott and not harden or become coarse. It) constant careful lue will mate HARD SKINS lofter and whiter, gentle lingering aroma is a lasting pleaiurc enhanced by the knowledge that it is due exclusively lo flower artificial chemical perfumes ate used in it. BABY'S OWN SOAP in a recital entitled in Wesley church. The magnificent Quality of his voice and the finish and style of his sing- ing is winning a-'ntirers wherever he appears. He has already established a most enviable rej utation in Eng- land, Europe and the U.S.A. and so numerous are the reouests for re- engagements that his Directors, the For his appearance here, Mr. Kirby has selected a program both varied and artistic and one that cannot fail to delight even the most critical, it has been? selected with due conoid- e.ration to the tastes of every class of the music loving public. Those who are fortunate enough to be present at this recitirt will not only hear a vocalist of very unusual merit, but will also witness a per- formance of dramatic art such as is rarely excelled. Mr. Kirby demon- strates this art by appearing in cos- tume characteristic oftha period of the song he sings and in so doing he visualizes the spirit of tho sons itself. Those who have heard him In his famous "Evening of Songs" are al- ways auiious to do so again and to create an impression of this nature and to maintain the same standard of cicellence throughout a long and varied program is proof positive that Harold Kirby is au artist indeed. Xo small part in the program Is that played by Dennis Raymond, an English pianist who has very few equals in his profession. Apart from his wonderful touch and complete mastery of the piano, which one can- not help noticing, Dennis Raymond of- fers a series of "Impressions" which have won him very considerable ap- plause wherever he has appeared. COTTAGE SERVICES FOR N. LETHBRIDGE the financial interests. They believe if he Kas premier of Canada he would not deliberately set out to destroy the in- dustries and go they would trust him as a premier leading advanced Lib- erals and fanner Progressives. Thero would be a coalition with Drury at the head, and King and Crerar as the It little what my faith, or what JJy church or creed; It matters only how I work, and how God scores the deed. WAYSIDE PHILOSOPHY A thing of duty Is sometimes a bore forever. A girl sometimes keeps her love letters for other than eentinwntal reasons. OXO Cuba incrMM your food you more good, when combined with OXO Cuta. Pare concentrated beef in handy party in the house will more to ad- and Algeria has nominated an Imsn. journ the sessloc from March 31 to June 1, to enable the farmer members to get back to the land and gut their seeding done, according to a state- ment by W. Robson, leader of the In- dependent Farmer party, published In the Tribune today. PARIS WILL HAVE NEW MOSQUE FOR COLONISTS city is soon to have its first mosque for the benefit of the Mohammedans In French poses- Often when 8 man decides to agree f ions in Northern Africa, Algeria, with his wife he discovers that cho has changed her mind. A CITIZEN'S LAMENT Ashes to ashes, Dust to dust. If taxes go higher, We'll all go bust- Baby You Sold ALBERT SOAPS, LIMITED, Mdi., MONTREAL, MILLED FOR THE PEOPLE FIT FOR THE KING ROYAL HOUSEHOLD CANADA'S BEST FLOUR VOUR DEALER CAN GET IT FOR YOU A number of cottage services have been arranged for next Tuesday and Friday nights at the homes of: Cofleld, 1601 7th Avenue; Mr. J. B. Gray, 1516 4th. Avenue; Mr, Matson, 520-12 .C. St. Home, 006-12 A. St.; Mr. Taylor, 321 19th St.; Mr. McWil- liams, 321 ISth St. These meetings open to the pub- lic and it ia hoped that a larse num- ber ot people will avail the privilege of attending. Letters have been sent out to cer- tain workers to assist in making these cottage services known and a special service can he rendered in those homes where invalids are confined to their rooms and unahle to attend church. t The following week from the 20th to the Inst., a series of special services wil: be held in the United Church of North Lethbridge for the purpose of presenting another oppor- tunity to all to be with God. The pastor has been fortun- ate in securing the assistance of the Rev. n. Cless of Curmaugay, whose contributions to each meeting will bu of iaterest and of power. of the two 'Wings. That is what gossip says, at any rate. Gossip never talks about one thing alone. It is ever busy with its tongue. It says, for Instance, that after an election Quebec will have twenty or thirty Liberal members committed to protection with Sir Lomer Gouln as their leader. The Liberal''party can eiist with them only by adhering to' protect'ion. If it abandons protection, which ia not very likely, then the Quebec contingent would coalesce with the Tories and if the combina- titon was not strong enough to form a government it woni'fl make a formid- able opposition. Gauthier may be the envoy of that wing in the present House. He em- phasizes that he is a Protectionist Liberal, and in speech ho set out to cut the Quebec Liberals in twain by putting them Into two camps, Pro- tectionist Liberals and Low Tariff Liberals. Gauthier knows, as does most everybody else, that the bulk of tho Quebec Liberals have no real pathy with the low tariff campaign. Quebec is a province with many indus- trial centres and those centres, more especially the great city of Montreal, wield a great influence in the political world. Gauthier says the Liberals arc riding two In rural Can- Somebody in the EdmoriVm Home suggests a police search o! all the cellars of the province. If the sugges- tion is acted upon there will be a lot of Alberta policemen all cut up by glass from broken bottles. Will the choir please arise and sing the new classic: "A little still, a littla still, That's all I ask or ever will." TODAY'S MENU Fred. J. Crisp and Leona Belle Bacon, of Purple Springs Junction, were united in marriage yesterday, Justice Dill officiating. The romance attached to this popular affair is that tho principals met in the Silver Grill at Lethbridge. chandeliers that hang from the ceiling an of lovely desjgn, says an exchange. What a brilliant thought to hang them there. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS Anxioug Wife, Coleman. So your husband is ungovernable, eh? See Maggie she'll put you Gertie, What does "Kilmet" mean? My dear. It usually means big hoi office receipts. Blue Eyes, Never mind about- a diamond ring. I heard a Bin say once that "she'd be satisfied with string around her finger V a real man put it 'there." Jerry, Don't do It, Jerry old boy. I used flowery language once, and she nipped It in the bud. SATURDAY NIGHT THOUGHT Fellows, the thing to do when you get the worst of It Is to make the best of it MANITOBA FARMER LEGISLATORS MAY ASK ADJOURNMENT, SESSION WINNIPEG. Mar. the business of the Manitoba legislature speeds up sufficiently by the ond of Tunisia and Morocco. The people of those colonies have subscribed to a ___ ._ fund for the erection of the building had not succeeded. or leader, for tho mosque. The city of Paris will preaent around on which the mosque is to be built and tiw French parliament: has appropriated francs for construction purposes. Attached to the mosque will be a Mussulman In- stitute. SPNAI8H CABINET- CANT FIND A PREMIER MADRID, Mar. Maura to- day abandoned his efforts to form a cabinet and Informed Kins Alfonso that the party combinations neces- sary lo organize an effective ministry OLD AGE yoo know BUB or wvntn ii xeui, whoM life i< nude tonnut by ami- ton jointi, travel, painful urination. backache or sciatica! If 10, TOO on perform charitable act by tallinc than that Gin wU rarely brini and 4 healthy old act. A promlnmt torunltinf wrttM nit remedy, I find 60 of an. to gire me ftet relief from kidney not trouSlaa. I omntly recommend to frlcndi of my age only thing coed." You deal haw to boy Gin PUla to try then. Write for sample: Natioml Drac A Chemical Co. of Canada, Ltd, Toronto, Oni U, 8. Addrew: Na-JOra-Co, Int, tntUiM IteMt, N.Y. TORONTO CONSERVATORY OF Music n numm WAuam. c.T.a, ULB. D.CJ_ ML A. a. YOST. Mm BB. BBALCT W1LLA.N. LOCAL EXAMINATIONS IN MUSIC FOB THE DOMINION OF CANADA. Hl.'vffl W IK JiBt ib SBrer Medicine Hat citizens on'Tlwrstliiy said farewell to Mr. Francis, of the Bunk of Montreal, McGregor of tho Union Bank, and Mr, Frazee of the Royal Bank, alt of whom are leav- ing the city. "Diamond Dyes" Don't Spot, Fade or Give a "Dyed-Look" Lethbridge women can dye any- thing with a padtago of Diamond j Dyns. An old, worn coat, pkirt, waist, sweater, kinmna, dross, or faded stock- gloves, draperies, poitieres, chair anything, whether siik, linen, cotton or mixed Roods, can bn rilamnnd-dyed to look new. Easy directions in each package guarantee pnrfoct rcHiiltn. Druggist lias Color Card showing actual materials dia- niond-dycO in a wondrous ranpo of rirli, fadeless colors. Don't risk your malnrlal in a poor incnt. ada that is low tariff and one in Indus-1 thl3 monlh to mdicate a __..........j trial Canada that is protectionist. I of an ettd of the session, the fanner I Cauthier likely knows better than some on the outside, who have said tho same thing. Gauthier's break is significant. Whether others will fol- low him just now, is doubtful. A gener- al election, however, may see a widen- ing of the breach, and Gauthier, now apparently alone in "the desert of no man's as he terms it, may have many companions of his own race, ere a twelve-month passes. Gauthter breaks with his party; others, It may be, who agree with Gauthier's views, may stay with the Liberals and main- tain the protectionist tinge. Gossip says also: That a. cabinet minister; well known in Alberta, who died recently, left a half million dollar over half of it being in Victory bonds. That the attorney general of Sas- katchewan become a Supreme court judge in Saskatchewan, succeed- ing tilt late Judge Newiands. That there will be another session of parliament before a redistribution. That Tom Tweedle is pretty cer- tain to get one at tho new judgeships In Alberta. That J. H. Woods, of the Calgary Herald, in In the "mentioned" class for the vacant Alberta senatorshlp. That the Grits and Tories may agree on a candidate to run against a farmer in Medicine Hat riding. That Sam Tinrry. a prominent rail- way brotherhood official, may bo ap- pointed to thn vacancy on the railway commission. Entral Firttal whhin the CM nniullr Bnikr in UK CoK Annul Srll.ta.. noden etonettt ton'. Currlnln. -pratitt tlu i SttUtim mt BMk will W Hit W St., Tmto. mart rack HM it mmt. (CANADIAN TOBACCO GROWERS ASK DUTY OF DOLLAR A POUND OTTAWA, Mar. grow- ers from Quebec and Ontario appear- ed before Sir Henry Drayton, minist- er ot finance, today, to urge Increas- ed customs duty on imported leaf to- bacco. The present duty, Including in- land revenue, is 42 ccnti a pound.' The delegation asked that it be increased to a pound for unstemmed and for stemmed leaf. The additional duty on stemmed tobacco was urged on the ground that ii'would encourage stemming in Canada of imjwrted leaf and thereby flud morn employment tor Canadian labor. 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