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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHBiiiUvE DAILY KSIlALD MONDAY. MAKCIl 21. 1921 OLD MAN COYOTE DROPS SOME HINTS DY THORNTON W. BURGESS GONE TO PIECES "Frnit-a-tim" Conquered Nervous Prostration When strnishtout statement will nut du .Mist try a little him or two. Man Old Man Coyote is on-': uf those crafty people who rarely say things right out. Ho prefers to hint at thinirs anil let others guess at just what lie means. Then if they guess wrong: they cannot ?ay that ha told them wrong. There are many people like Old Man Coyote in tho Great World and do a great deal of mischief and a ureat many others into trouble with- imt Ratting Into trouble themselves. Now, Old Man Coyote not all pleased wilh the idea of another Ile-ar in tho Green Forest. Ilusier Hear w.is unite enough to Old Man Coyote's way of thinking. In fact ho would have been plud enough to have had the Green Forest rid of Buster, linsl- had caught many a mouse, thai Old Man Coyote had intruded for him- self. Now. tn hiivo anotl} r-.Hear, Mrs. 1 Mist or. in tho Gre-.-n Forest was most dipturhinir. Hut you wdiihi never have puessed this cdiild you have seen him and him the first lime lie met Hear. it. near the who.ro IVter Ilatil.it had soon Mrs. Bear digging roots. He came trot! ing alony Through tin1 Grueu Forest unite as if t.he last thought in Ins shrewd head was that any one else was about. When he saw'Mrs. Hear he stopped short and sat down with such a look nf surprise on his sharp face that yon never would have stiessert ihat lie had been following Mrs. liear's b-veut with his kevii nose; in fact. 'iad been looking her. vreli. well, what a exclaimed Old Man Coyote, grinning in a way that was intended to he pleasant. "Welc.onie to the. Green For- Mrs. Boar! Have you come for a visit or do you intend to Mrs. Dear stopped digging long enough to look at Old Man Coyote, and in her small her size her eyes were a gleam of .suspicion which might hare made Old Man Coyote uneasy had he seen it. "1 rather think I will said she in n deep, grumbly, runibly voice, which sho tried to make sound pleasant. "This seems to 1m quite the nicest exclaimed Old Man Coyote-, trying to make his voice sound hearty and as he were de- lighted. "Splendid! Permit me to wel- come you to the Green Forest. We shall all feel very proud to have you for a neighbor, and T am sure yon will like tho Green Forest." "I like it grunted Mrs. Bear. "Of course you do. Of course you agreed Old Man Coyote. "H real- ly is a wonderful place. If it were not for two or three trifling things it would be quite perfect." "What do you mean by trifling demanded Mrs. Bear, sitting up and looking very hard at Old Man Coyote. "Oh nothing serious, nothing seri- ous, Sirs. replied Old Man Coy- ote. "Nothing to be alarmed about. I was just thinking how much nicer it would be if hunters with terrible Rims never came here, and what a nuis- ance a dog can be when he gets on one's trail. But just the same, I am very fond of the Green Forest. I don't suppose there is place in ail the Great World that is quite perfect. -Vow, I must he on my way, hope I'll see yon often, Mrs. Bear, and that you'll find this quite as pleasant a place us yon expected." R. R. Xo.4, G "In the 1910, I ffermia Prostration hi its worst form; dropping from 170 to 1 15 pounds. Tin doctors had no hope mjr recoixry, and ineJicine I tried I proved usi-lrss until a friend induced j aio to take I I began to mend almost at ones, j and never had sucli health as I j have enjoyed ihe past eight years. Itm iif.tr K'itKoat .IAS. S. DEIXrATY. fifor.VJ.50, trial j At all dca'.jrs or sent postpaid by Yruit-a-tives Limited, "Well, well, what a j exclaimed Old Man Coyote With this Old Man Coyote made her a polite bow and trotted off. Once out of Mrs. Bear's sight ho jjrinned. "I j reckon those hints about the. hunters j and tho dftiK wili spoil her lie muttered. "Sho probably won't j think of much else for a while. Now, I 1 if Uoddy Fox will do his part and lead I Bowser tho Mound over here, and i Farm or Brown's boy will just come I jiokiiig about so that she fan see him i or smell him. i guess we will soon be rid of her." Vopyright 11121. by T. W. Burgess l The next story: "Sammy Jay and Blacky Oo Their Part." APPROVE SUGGESTION Before Conference in July Come sarious condition which is 1 whan you arouse ths liver, I j kidnojrs and bowels to action by 4 j IB. I Chases lk There is nothing in thel world quite so nourish- ing or helpful as Scott's Emulsion! for thin, anemic girls of "teen-age." It is weB-worth trying. -ALSO MAKERS OF Kl-MOlDS (TiMnti w I Eae INDIGESTION TORONTO. Mar. Canadian is to have, the honor in August of this year, of entortain- j the distinguished educationists i from Great Britain and other parts of the Empire in the second Imperial I Conference of Teachers' Associations. I The conference will assemble in To- jronto on August the tenth and the I sessions will continue for four days. The previous conference was held in July, 1D12. in Caxtuu Hall, Westmin- ster, when the invitation of the On- tario government that the next rennial meeting should be held in To-, ronto was accepted. The war interven- ed, with tils result that nine years have elapsed between the first and second conference. While it is still too tarty to estl- ;mate tho attendance of the forlhcom- I ing conference, replies already re- c3ivert indicate widespread interest, (and it Is hoped that the attendance i will at least pfimil that of irtu. The proceedings were opened on that oc- casion by the Duke of Argyll and the Right Hon. J. A. Pease, President of the Board.of Education. Among the chairmen of the various sessions were the Earl of Neath, Sir Gilbert Parker, Prof. Gilbert Slujray and Dr. .lames h. Hughes. Delegates assembled to tho number of six hundred from all parts of the Empire. At the forthcoming conference the proKi-ammo is arranged under five heads: (I) Imperial Co-operation in Education, (2) Canadian Edit cation, lil) Vocational Training, (4) Health and Education, and NO) Civics and Education. _ Under the first head the large ques- tion of the standardizing teachers' rRrUhYatec. and tho extension nf tho practice uf exchanging teachers will lie discussed. Already this movement i has reached considerable j Seventeen Canadian teachers are at j j pivsent in London. In Toronto aJout; thirty-seven teachers may bo grantor! 1 Ifiivu to tRiicli imsi in the British j Isles, and the total number of Can-! tcach'.'rs as exchanged will i Ni'ubiibly reach nearly one hundred. Tii" l-ciicl'M.'-; .'ila.-iy to accnm from j .'iicii tin Pxp.'i'iencH in (he brnaliinj: j linwiiVif jusiilariry and the impact of j methods arc becoming apparent io f-diicatioiiiil authorities. The second bond which ha.n tn .1.1 1 Canadian education. should tn familiar tho visitors. j i Canadians jterhaps, with i 'In- far) ihat we are federation, with many cducHtiunal systems as wo iiniviiiri's. The distinguishing l die tiystems etnr.lny- i'il iii" provinces will be- .SHI forlli in a serie.s of papers. An- .nihf-r ni' this section will a l-ai-t-r on oducsition in 'Canadii. wiilHi will have particular in- titrcst fur tin.' liritish duleBatnK. sincr> many pnoplo in tin- British Isle.s would like lo settle on Canadian .farniK. lull .nvinp lo lack nC familiarity mclhodH aKi'icultun1.' WELLINGTON, N. ap- proval 'is expressed here of the sug- gestion that the question of the cre- ation of a separate Dominions Minis- try shall he remitted to the ence of Premiers in London this sum- mer. The Press generally predicts that the proposal will be approved, not because the present control is un- satisfactory, bttt because the change will result iu closer formal touch, conforming with the greater actual unity. Opinions in regard to Mr. Church- ill's appointment reflect doubt regard- ing his relationship with the Domin- ions and his attitude towards them, but the new Colonial Secretary is wel- comed as u man of action. CANAfclAN GRAIN STOCKS OTTAWA, Mar. to returns received at Ihe Dominion bure.au of statistics for the week end- Ing March 11, 1D21, the quantity of grain in store at the different public elevators throughout Canada has In- creased hy bushels in oats: barley bushels; (lax bushels and rye 2R.OS- bushels, while wheat indicates a decrease of bushels as compared with the prev- ious week. WINNIPEG POLE TRIES TO COMMIT SUICIDE "WIX.NH'EG, Mar. Pet- rowski, a young Pole, dranlc lye this morning in an Attempt at suicide and is expected to "die. According to'po- lice reports he endeavored to force some of the liquid down his .wife's throat and in their struggle, Mrs. i'etrowski and their four children were burned. They will recover. Fin- ancial troubles are thought to have been responsible for his actions. Sir Robert Borden PILES Dr. Chiue's Ointment will you at n c tunr most interesting discussion will t SrBJlKSi-i''l' dasses. Ins, or I'royuJ purpose in' aduleiiccn! education tnu I'llcj. No, anil the reasons win- lite Fisher fill well as similar Canadian is meeting with practical difficulties of enforcement, will cnmo up for re- vleWf-Snnie way may be disclosed, in spite of tlie financial Inmlcus or tiie Forninr preinior ol C'amula, who was invilod but dcclimul to bi't'onif a member