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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHTEEN" fHE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Tiirnsrm. MARCH 21. HUM NOT FRIGHTENED, JJUT ANGRY BY THORNTON W. BURGESS When you are tempted othor (oiks to s Ho sure that imo is not a Mrs. Bear. Straight over to the great windfall deep in the Groen Forest and around it, keeping close to it. ran Keddy Fov He knew where Mrs. licav's entratuf vraa and he darted past this like ;l red flash. Safely past, ho ran a short dis- Calico and turned to what would happen. Straight over to the great windfall deep in the Green Forest and around it. keepinK close to it, ran Bowser' tho Hound, lie wad nmnins exactly Reddy Fox had run. Ot course. Vou see. he was keeping his nose t'1 :he ground, that wonderful nose thai rould smell the Keddy wherever Reddy had put foot to ground, no matter how lightly Reddy stepped. AVith that wonderful aose Bowser was following Reddy easily and as exactly as if he could see every footprint. i ReddT ran silently, hut BOWBS; 's ifreat voice rang through the Green i-'orest. The nearer he got to Reddy the stronger was Roddy's scent in; Bowser's nose and t'ne more excited From War to Peace MUST PAY TAXES the propellers of acropliim's. now converted into u rock drill. The well-known "C. C." sun gear. during the war for the synchro-1 ig selell ut work g ot the gnu that tired through 1 Cornish granite. I LONDON, Mar. peasants I will Lm required to pay luxes in pro- duco under (ho terms of u hill passed j unanimously liy the all-Russian cen- 1 tral executive committee, says a wirc.- dispatch from Moscow. This will them the right to dispose of their surplus produce under a free trade i liJll. The extreme economic distress of the country, tho wireless says, com- i pols the soviet government to tako a j portion of the peasants' produce as a tax, hut as industries develop and foreign trade1 increases the amount of the tax will bo reduced. Tht! dispatch says that progress in the development of administrative machinery will ouublo the government give tho peasants other good equl on i aleiit in value lo tho amount of their taxes. CLUE RIBBON TEA Last to advance Its price; First to drop its price; Always In Front; Never Behind; Always reliable; Always the same; ALWAYS THE BEST BLUE RIBBON TEA the 'inc. other in what religion shall be raised. But taking that part in connection with the whole Act. it is evidently plainly intended that the juilge shall decide, with the point established that. _ yelled and npithol. parent -reference. It is with this tail between his kfis i mos{ unlikely, howcvi-'1. that he would he started for home. givu thp ot the child to one parent and allow the other io decide' ar In what religion such child should be But the child himself is to have: 'Ki-yi-yi-yi-yl-yi: matter for Bowser that th entrance was rather narrow, so that -_ i .lily large powers of choice as to religion. -Mrs. Bear n't move as quick he. grew. The more grew j outside: Is U i and that, it seems to me "Ki-yi-yi-yi.yi.yi-yi-yi'. Kl-jrl-yl-yl-yl the faster and louder he bayrai. Bow ser was enjoying that hunt. Vie dear- ly loves to match his wonderful nose against Keddy's wits. And so with his great voice he loves to tell everybody now he is following Keddy's trail, just as boys love to shout at play. "Bow. wow, TOW. wow wow! Bow, i h wow, wow, roared Bowser as was' almust at hls heels he drew near the great wmdtall. He smirlins iu way ter- was approachmg the entrance to Mrs. aentsshlvers M over Mrs. S., I BowseMunTped'asuie'tarelTia tinVe j be your only of having j to escape one of her bis paws, with in your reHgiou. It the its great claws. child himself chooses it. Mrs. you send your child orj children into another district to yelled Bowser and with his that can you tail between ma legs he started for thirty cents d each (.hik, home faster than he ever had run be-, hnt amount charged Mf tamilv, year, children Bear's bedroom under the great wind- fall. He didn't know this. He didn't know anything shout Mrs. Bear. He had no thought of anything or any- body but Reddy Fox. And BO with his nose to the ground he came to the en- trance of Mrs. Bear's bedroom, past which Reddy fFoi had sped so swiftly. AVhat happened then those who saw it never will forget. Sammy Jay and Blacky the Crow saw it. So did Mrs. ilrouse. Jumper the Hare and Chutter- rr the Red Squirrel. Prickly Porky the Porcupine happened to be in a tree close by ana saw it. Jumper the Hare and Peter Rabbit were hiding where they could see it. Old Granny Fox had heard the chase and she arrived just in time to Bee- it. And, of course, Reddy Pox saw it. "Bow. worr, wow, Bowser never did complete thnt last "wow." From under the great windfall csni? a terrible roar, a roar that made the very bones of all who heard it shake. Then out charged Mrs. Bear! It was everybody there. Bowser wasn't the only one who was scared. Sammy Jay and Blacky the- Crow and Mrs. Grouse took to their wings at the sound of that dread- ful roar. :Heddy Fox and pranny Fox and Jumper the Hare and 'Peter Rab- bit took to their legs. Chatterer the Red Squirrel dodged into a hole In a tree. Even Prickly Porter tried to hur- ry a little higher in the tree in which he had been sitting. "Ki-yi-yi-ji! Ki-yi-yi-yi! not be over JIG, for H is too had that your niuat go five miles when there is a school two and a half miles from you. A school district, unless consolidated or two room is not supposed to be more than four miles in length or breadth, but in special cases the min- ister may permit the organization of larger districts. The "School Act" provides for. changing the boundaries of a district, j taking a part from oue and adding to' another. As the "Act" reads it would be up to tho minister to do this. T would suggest that you get up a peti- tion stating the situation fully, and of Bowser, growing fainter send it to the Minister ot Education. I and fainter in the distance. In a few I would draw up a map, minutes Mrs. Bear returned. She was i such hn the every person still growling, and she struck living in such definite area, petition ly at the bushes as she passed. It'was j to be annaied to such other school quite clear to all that she wasn't' district Even then you raaj lose out. frightened by Bowser's coming, but in- for it might be difticult to arrange stead sho was terribly angry. j the indebtedness of the two schools I without working a hardship to some one. But it is worth, trying. Copyright 1921, by T. Burgess The next- story: Boy Goes Up." "Farmer Brown's j ALBERTA WOMEN AND ALBERTA LA WS (BY LILLIE YOUNG McKINNEY) MRS. McKINNEY WILL WELCOME ANY QUESTIONS OR DIS- CUSSION ALONG THESE LINES. ADDRESS HER IN CARE OF THE HERALD. People's Forum The Factories Act Again LUCKY STRIKE PLEASED OVER IRRIGATION MEWS Lucky Strike, Mar. 19. Editor Herald. Sir: Your issue of March ITHi has just reached us, us you know we only have two mails a week, ami the good news it contained ot the govern- ment's Intention to guarantee priu cipal and interest on irrigation bonds has put new life into us. We all have had such adversity and failure during the twelve years here that without which was becoming a serious matter The Factories Act, which has been It is a step in the "right direction. It we could not sec how the discussedMn this columnm more than is. however, a decided shock to find Project could be earned out. Tina once during the past few weeks Is j Hint any law upon our statute books decision will put new life into tho again in force. The. manner oi its re- j can be rendered inactive through an settlers. They have prospects to look instatemunt is this: Mrs. Lewis. In- i agreement between persons forward to and a future much brighter spector under the Factories Act. has! Question Box i than .the past. been appointed inspector also under Mrs. Regarding the religion of the Workmen's Compensation Board. children where the parents have fsep- Xow to anyone who has nut previ- arated. Our provincial Legislature last j ously followed the question, it would i winter amended the Infants' Act giv- 1 not be clear why a double appointing the mother equal rights with the i ment would be necessary. The case is father to the custody of the children.! this: About a year ago, through an 'Before that time, the father would Sincerely, William N. Merriam. arrangement between ihe Attorney- General and the Workmen's Compen- sation Board, a very definite change was made. The Factories Inspectors had entire charge of the inspection of retail stores, office buildings, and res- have the right to determine the re- ligion of the child or tho TRADE DELEGATES TO ITALY FINED FOR SMUGGLING mother was not even a p'irenf Mar. owned She would bo included in the terra' by members of the Russian Bolshevik "Any other which is fre-! commercial mission to Italy, which quently used in "The Act." When the was seized at thf: railroad taurants the same as before, but they law was written it was perfectly when thn Russians reached Rome, has! were forbidden 10 enter all other build- j the father being the and thf-' been released with the contents of ings cominjr under the Factories except -upon complaint, and that as to hours, wages, and child labor only. mother "any other that air the various boxes intact, says a Romej authority was Riven the father. Butt dispatch to the London Times. sinee the laat session of the legisla-1 Russians were reported yesterday to Making Mrs. Lewis inspector also under the Workmen's Comnensatioii edged Thafthp mother is a "par- Board will permit her again lo make the law in places is a medle her surprise visits to factories, and The. part relaling to feliginn has not: give the women the same rare that changed at, nil. and to take i1. i Jhe df.d until a year ago, and it will he literally we must, decide that each par-1 .lade and flame are inurfi in an effectual check upon i-hikl labor lent has the rirtt to decide as against, In the .Metropolitan opera horns. turo changed, all this, and acknowl- have been fined 20.'jOO lire import. i; into Italy contraband articles but e Times' dispatch says this has been 'dnced to 800 lire. CHILDREN'S EASTER HEADffEAR REASONABLY PRICED Never have we shown such an extensive range of small lieadwear for girls and misses as are now on display. This season's models are more attractive than in the past, 'and the lacquered straw effects are a great deal more practical for chil- dren's wear. There-is a wide variety of colors, with black predominat- ing. The prices are very favorable, to A ranging from.........................MOC I 0 DON'T FORGET, THE SALE OF BOYS' SUITS AT CONTINUES SATURDAY HENNESEY WILSON NORTH LETHBRIDGE See the Easter Display of FASHIONABLE WEARABLES COATS, SUITS, DRESSES, BLOUSES, GLOVES, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR AND CORSETS CHILDREN'S HATS, SUITS, JERSEYS, AND MIDDIES. WE INVITE YOU TO COME AND SEE THE DISPLAY. YOU MUST SEE THEM IF YOU WISH TO SEE THE BEST. Charming Suits for Easter Wear Finest tricotine, serge and gabardine suits. Made up in the best eastern styles, finely tailored; neatly trimmed with embroidery, work and braid and lined with everlasting silks and satins; full backs or belted styles. The values are wonderful, The New Coats Are Smart And Cosey Three-quarter and seven-eighths lengths; and cape collars. Some braided and embroidered; others plain; full backs or belted; half or full lin- ed. Materials: polo cloth, gold coin, and velours. A.11 the newest becoming shades. Priced tojsen SJ The Coats at Are Extra special Handsome Trico- tine and Serge c Everytting for the Children Dresses, Jerseys, Rompers. Hats, Caps. Blouses, Underwear and Hosiery. Coverall Suits, fast colors, Jersey Suits, navy and 3-4 Hose, cuff top at......, 7Sc, and MLsses' Pure Wool Serge Dresses, flJOfl fill sixes 14-16-16, at V.UU Ladies7 Tricotine and Snrcre at up Tricotine and Satin Embroidered Panels, and Pretty Taffeta Dresses for all ages. Navy, brown, copen, taupe and Black. Selling at up to RICH DUCHESS SATIN DRESSES Iresses we have e1 5 All the new shades and correct styles. The best range of fine dresses we have ever shown and the prices are certainly low for the quality and up-to-date styles we are shoving. They avp priced, at......... THE SIMPSON COMPANY LTD. ;