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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIXTEEN1 THE LKTHinUDCiE DAILY HERALD SAITRDAY, MAHCH 30. 1021 FARMER BROWN'S BOY GOES UP BY THORNTON W. BURGESS WU.MKNS JNSTITPT-1 Mean (By a Staff JU-portert TAHKK. Mar. I'l.-Thi) her cuiu'luded He thankful if you're only treed: There's still the cliancs of being; fnvil. I liust night after a successful scs- siim Listing two days. Tuesday Evening Session I "The rpwiml Cliinh rroni the Dark Ages." was the subject taken by Mrs. m' Calgary, at the Tuesday HAUOXK. Mar. Mr. and Mrs, .toll u Hanson visitors in UHh- I bridge on Thursday. March 17, [iurrelt wns in tmvn on School Curriculum That tho public schcol curriculum i 'J'hurytlay of last we ok for the pnr- Kilo u Id bo i-onsidorably nn Uiik'd or to pointed out by Mrs. A. II. of' who rt'iiuiiv s.une according to tho Fort Saskatchewan, in givinji her ro-'l.nv. port of tho rt'ivnt whirh! .Mrs. X. Hasmtissrn. 11. J. mot to recommend changes in the iiml Mrs. (vcrson won1 all vis- presient. course of s These itor.-; in on Friday Mai IMh. be passed upon hy a professional coin-! Miss SoluiHz oV t'liainpion is Farmor boy through tht" Green Forest. Onre in a la- would stup for :ui inslani in listen. he listened he smiled. was listening to tho voice of Buwsor tho Hound baying on the trail ot Heddy >'ox. "Roddy Is giving Bowser a good run i this mornhiK.'1 said Farmer Brown's boy, uilkrns; to himself, because there i uus no one to talk to. "That red- i-oatfid rascal isn't even trying to Cool Bowser. I suspect he is enjoying it just as much as Bowser is. and I know that Howpor is enjoying ii by the; sound of his voice. Bowser mi.ssed that steady baying once, and i that means that Reddy Hasn't tried a single trick, lie must want exercise or else he has a plan of somo kind in that shrewd head of his and is leading Bowser on for somo particular pur-', pose. I hope that rascal isn't going to i lead Bowser so far that he'll get com- pletely tired out. I suspect he is ip to j his old trick of landing Bowser way'" off and then cleverly mixing his trail all up so that Bowser will lose it. while he returns to my heuyard hop- ing to find those hens out where he ran catch one. If that is his plan he'll get left, for I shut those li-ens up. Hello! Now what's Bowser's deep oaying had stopped j abruptly, instead, a shary "Ki yi-yi- yi! Ki-yi-yi-yi-yK" came to him, ruiM ly frcni deep in the Green Forest. Fanner il-'own's boy knew what that t 'meant that Bowser was either hurt or badly frightenol. Farm- i ?r Brown't boy began to run Louder abruptly. Instead, a sliarp "Ki-yi-yi-! he is hurt it isn't so bwtly thru I'.e can't run." though: Farmer s boy. "He's coining iliia way faster he went." j I'retty uron he HAW Bowser ermine. fv-'iiiiu- cont'eretu-e of tho Women's aimed at nMhu-ing Mie coiifso, ihu position of tcK-phono operator at 1 institute amt it more thorough. tin- central office ivmitly vacated by In .x very manner! Il though! ;htit Ml ptv cent ofjilU.s Mully .Mmitz. Mrs. NVu-hall sketched shoulil !l'-' dovot-Mi to Cumin-j Mrs. .1. A, Cow was a visitor in i'al- dr-v.-lopmeni of women simv tho .lark soamdarv gttrj tin. Unun growers' ages, sliowinu how wamen liren subJet'ts- left to morbid inactivity hy men. Inn they are rnnv claiming rights to nunx- active life lake ail as tlioir staled Mrs. Nowhall. "and Funrt.imentals With this in the following! Tlie Uuiirs' Aid homemade cooking imimi thins in ended: fancy sale was postponed All geometry a littb1 me-! last Satnnf.iy. it IK- to weather condi- Keddy is giving Bowser a good run this morning." said Farmer Brown's boy Npv.-ser stopped iiN '.i! iv n--. between his legs an Jit" Jooic.- counted for anything, he wa.-i as bariiy scare.! a dog as ever Mwd. r rirown's boy called to him. but Dow- ?er raid no attention to lie right on for home, and it was plain thai lii? didn't intend to until be S-tf there. "That's muttered Farmer Brown's boy. "Now. what under sun can have frightened him like that? i wondf.r if he u n expect en ly met Buster Bear? Buster gave him terrible fright once and he never has gotten over it." Fanner Brown's boy kopt on. He had had severe! meetings w-r.h Buster Beiir -aud he had learned that. Buster always took to his beels the instant caught the first whiff oi man sctmt. So Fanner Brown's boy was not afraid. He had seen no signs of Buster this spring iunl he was curious to know if Blister was still in the Forest. So. watching fur signs ef" Buster Bear, he kept on deoper and lieoper into th5 Green Forest. II" walked siJentJy. for Farmer Brown'.-? boy has learned tliut he who se..1 the peuplt v. ho live in I' niiisi remain Jung possible. At last he cam.: in sight; of thR windfall, i Farmer Brown's boy stnppotl short. they natuvu will show tiniwin.w course, a speller oi' I.MIO o'clock, ni-xt Saturday. March ihiMi1 tfetit'irr.f-ios and their 1 words to !v wriiitTi; formal siudy of; A, .McDt'nuott and fiis family i powrr. Thcv arr not content with sniinmar tu be to Grade movotl to their farm cast of town on j iK-tidiies" alone, for women must j Vlll; two no.v aritlnnetics to be wril-; Friday of last w.'ek. I 1 have the votf '.o carry their ilesirvs Ien- living mit aud Mr. John Stuart was a business vis- through by The speaU-'r 1'roMems. and work in lower iior in (.'aljiitry during hist week. on to instance the turning down j trades; form Oiau inovcineiU Mr. A. .Smith of ('tiljriiry, inspector i of prohibition and the of consent writing to in Unvcr'i'f tlie dcpitrtmeiH of telephone.-, was by the Senate. a niinimum indicated pros-; ;i visitor_in Uarons over the j "That women should I r.Hture study mr.vs'.': Mrs. S. Tike left Monday's noun! to Ul'1 urL--! by NVw- llrl deferred in C'-.uif Vi. train for 'i'aher. S'.u- is tlu- hull, who sail! thyt. li'.t'V siHUild Pi-oviiu-f. ilomiulnn ;-iui Ui-itUh !'roii! Marntis to the Houthern i'crtion stop at obtaining but should I'ire: Agrirulturi1 in ilraiies i'V tho Wor.u-n's Institute 1'rovjncial lake their ideals viirry tho be ic-written ali'ns line.-; load-1 iiolti in that j forward, not despising small ideals "P schools 01 am-icultutv and; Mr. (I. Kuisht of Oalirary. wits in carrying out lite univeri-ify; history mid civics to bu at the sale of 11. Foster A reroptiun arui ninsical proiiram curtailed "10 pt..r of Barons, on Monday. March '21. foilowed. tendered by -he ctnnpDsilion h.i stressed ra-'. Mr. S. !i. Hulford lias now Liken j i men's Institute. Vocal solos wen1 giv-, ther than eliminntcd. and should he I uver the imsiness of hauling wittori en by Mrs. McBride and Mrs. HigdW ci-'nsiiU-rcd in all written work, was formerly attended to by W. Mlnur. j j readings by Mrs. Walker and "Mrs. advocated. i The same cheerful fellow will still dii- j Knndson. j Secondary Subjects I liver thp "reat essential. sixty, tfomo one has itakiMl, did they kerf) tlterti in tho cold wru- U'idt (lie hottoin out of tho roadu and tbe all out of one of tho tires. van driver to thn car- loud ol yotttiKstiM'u, "HuyH, ho jiutlont." A number of funttum expect, to bt; on the land Ihia week If tho presont good weather All yood luck to them in their The Oddfellows and HebekaliK hold a social evening in the Oddfellows' Hall on Thursday night last after iho regular mooting of tho Oddfellows Lodge. A KiTie.s of those liavo boon Klvon during the past months and thiif one was behind tho rest in helping to develop friendship and good comradeship in these organiza- tions. A large number wore present at tliis function. Miss C. su- pervLsor, is now ablo to attend to the duties of the central telephone otilce. after her illness. are glad to see. her there more. Miss UiiHsoll of wb.o eilicicntly attended to tbe duties in place of Miss J''leshor during her illness, lias return- ed to tho city. .1. ,1. McKay and baby ure vis- itors in Li'thbridgf; this week. Services in Barony Church next Sunday: .Morning. 11; afternoon, at and evening at AH (ho people of Barons should attend one of these ser- vices next Sunday, March :J7. Kriday is ;i holiday in the post ollico and MANITOBA FARMERS' POLITICAL PLATFORM WILL HE DKAFTEI) SOO> WiNNIPKO, Mar. a nit-.jtlnj, of tlio diivrloi'.i of ihc SJn'ind KarnuM-' of Munttoba to bo held Tliurmla.' next, tho drafting of a plat form will ho comment-oil, W. U. Woixl siMM'olary. unnounc'Ml touay. Upon Us completion copies of t.hv nuinlier.of Manilla citizens were dais, sports ,lav, picnics, card p'ariv. I'role lii.'H; anainsl auiemlments to attendance at U. Foster's sale on) aclivilies tn raise money to build Piv.-i.-nl proiiihiiicm now Monday. .Marcn 1'lst. They look a.l-i community hall, donation's, programs. 'mi'is I'Hi'.ioned and that the law.; I vauta-e ot the .splendid weather con-: addresses, member nominated for "n li.e statute hooks be stricijy d.tioli.i lo be present there, school biwil elected impanlaily (Mlforv-d; Unit 3.1 b-.'.t Messrs. Lebow and I Ian-is, our hard oi !'l-'ducird frvin In.stiiuie jiriiuta blacksmiths, are very busy Ai-tivitics: picnic, addroises, (liinoes. filiation annual allotuiiunt. ilayn. of all types and j raised funds for treatment i A resoiiitirm that district coiiferen- is waitins then- attention ivhich j fur buy. v, orking omDiiiniry hall. Pinche Rheumatism Sufferers Eat Less Meat and Take r! Salts (0 I The nexl story: j Her Mind." was vottd down, j bwn brought in by tlin 1'a j fur repairs. They will surely receive i 1 prompt attention Crom the nu'ii be- i RECOVER STOLEN BONDS j hind ih.; anvils. I injyri ]KU! tla-.-ir inind.s niade up Thn.-' mmi i that another skate is easier tu avoid than ;o cure, states a well-known jiutiiority. are advlwed to dress warmly; keep :he feet dry; avoid exposure.: eat lesw Heat, but drink plenty of good water Rheumatism MANITOBA TELEPHONE RATES TO RE INCREASED BY :10 TO 48 PER CENT.j Dmton Uity nolif'V will 1-ad tu the apprenen- ts reported that one lady's flock num-- addresses, Pion of rest nf the robbers. 1 bors forty, and another "more than .Mar. in direct result of raTMU.-hargert by tbe Manltobu govern-; "41 enl ol- f0 !vo April 1. ar-il rnt.. mting too much meat and rich 'ooflH that produce uric acid which i? ihsorbed into the blood. U is th" 'unction of toe kl.Ineya to rilfer thi. i n-ifl from thn blood and fast it out in I U Unit .he urine; the pores of rlie skin Jifis'thc tart'N won hi prod'icH an ilso a mean., of frying lnp blood of! :ifiditionai JSOoioOO of revninw lull ins impurity, [it damp and chilly j fall shor, ;150ooo from olrl weather Lhts skin porea are i-losed liiia 1'orcInK the kidneys tn do double fork, they become weak ;mrt sluggish md fail to eliminate UK- uric acid rhich keeps accumulating and cir-. through tho system, eventii-1 es to school children, (juilti; Okotoks Activities: addresses, sales, denmnstry domit kin- dergarten table girls' club or- ganized. work for decoratloir ol" school interior. Aldnrsyde (Jirls' i tlie estimated ftipHiulitun-s for th-'- j'current year, of ope'- iition and Mie of expensive j oxten.sitiiis to tlie system are given in of t.hf;'on. Under the proposed in Wi, scltool cost Rcdcliff Keiicliff report was gi Kenhjn. Snfial Plains--- Prise.- and interest ;aken in sehocds. donations. un fur Confined In .soc.ial meet- ings, cdiiren'ie.s. veek. This is said in eliminate uric i icid hy stimulating the kidneys tn! lermal action, thus viddins '.he hlood tf these impurities Jad Salts to inexpensive, md is from ihe acid of UK] lemon juice, combined with lillii.i' ificl is used with oxeellen! results in i MAY MIXE WESTERN COAL FOR DOMESTIC USE NEW REGULATION long flintiinee iiii-'j rnpiitra i HAMBERLAIN'S The Mother's Favorite A coiiRh medicine for children should he H .should pleasant to take. H .should he Chamberlain's Remedy is all nf is an honest, deixjndabic} medicine and Is the mother's favorite every- where. Kcop Chamberlain's by you -it is real friend in need. 35c. and 65c. COUGH REMEDY in tlir- of Alheria. SasUatch-i nwan. ami j and the railway helt in British Columbia. .Mining rifihts may lie obtallitid for n jiayabls in advance ami ii, addition to anuiiiil I rental of Jl per acre year Tlu maxiinn area one permit has JUTC ami only nuo issued at. a time. A rovaliy pel cent. pe.r ton of pounds be paid by the person mining. TRUE EMBLEM OF CANADA A pure while beaver, with pink efl, feet and claws and I fur lias boon tajittir.ed iiiiflish [livi-r. Countess--Activities to build ball, work, dances. Miilicent and t'at.rii.'ia- Konnerly j united, now divided into two districts.1 Duchess- Knjiipmont for schools, work in cemetery, music-ales, demon-i stratjons, interest, in schoo'.s. i Rrook.s--AsHistanee to patient, t equipment for school yard, lectures. I donations, work for com-) inimify hall, teas. Afternoon Session i 'file session was splen- didly attended. About ninety people were present. lo a conclu- sion of till' most successful con- ventions ever held in Southern .u- liertii. flujfie 3 CV.O.. I.L.H.. R.c.l.., ;______ A. S. Vuol. Hoc.. TBE LAEfiHET AND MOST EQUIPrED SC1IOOL Or MUHIC T1IK bO.MIMUM. RE-OPENS SEPTEMBER 1ST, 1S2O Two I.'.nt'? Concert Piano I'r-ilnKoiri'-s, Prnftk- lltciuli. will I. u, nny uJdrSs, reliu'.t. CtilJc LOCAL EXAMINATIONS FOB will IM> Uirtnltinniit rttc Oominlofl, to locality, in Juno unit July, 19St. LlfilV J Way truly be termed the drinfc of economy. All is cheap, but the best tea is cheapest. Three hundred cups of piping hot delicious beverage can be made from a single pound of Chase tt Sanbpm'i Seal Brand Tea. For refreshment', for mild stimului and iheer enjoy- ment of the delightful fragrance and flavor, drink Chase Sanbom 3 Seal Brand Tea. In founj and half-pound cartons. CHASE 4 SANBOHN, u Nothing Else is Aspirin Warning! Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting Aspirin at all. Accept only an "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets of which contains directions and dose worked out by physicians during 2! years and proved safe by millions for Headache, Earache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Colds, Rheumatism, Lumbago, and pain generally. Made in Canada. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablcti cost but a few Aspirin la til's trndo murk (reslstrre.l In Canada) .if IRayor Manufacture of Mono- acetiracltlostcr of Salic.vlicncid. it is known that Aspirin mcana Bayrr manufacture, to asHlxt the ptihllc against imltatlonB. the Tahleta of Bayer Compan'. will stamps! with tht-tr geueral trado mark, "J3aycr CrOiB." TIE PElTiCQSTflL MISSION ONE BLOCK SOUTH OF POSTOFFICE. SPECIAL EASTER SERVICE Evangelist Robert Gillespie OF VANCOUVER will preach morning evening. EVERYBODY WELCOME Morning: At 11. 00 Evening: At 7.30 ;