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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta iVK, TMK ivhi MBKllJUti DAILY HERALD TUESDAY. MARCH 29. 1W21, FARMER BROWN'S BOY ESCAPES BY THORNTON W. BURGESS When folly 'tis for )uo to stay I'm not ashamed to run awny. Brown's Down from the tail in the slan- l 4br lop of which Farmer Brown's boy cHmbed Mrs. Boar. Whim i htd dropped to the ground sli-e J bnkttd Mid growled hi-r deepest, i laoct rrumbly. nimbly growl. Then i fihe shuffled straight over to tho great j Windfall, turning her head now and toward Farmer Brown's boy uid tluwwteg a prowl of Tramlng over her I Mrs. Boar had changed her up in that tree and had started i instead of keeping _on up. Old Mfca Coyote had bnen standing near th4 entrance to her bedroom under J tfce great wmtUaU. Hut when she land-1 the ground Old Man Coyote was I ttstwhere to be seen. No one was to bo That is, none of those who wear j fur was to bo teen. Sammy Jay and the Crow vrero in nearby trees, tnt bath were silent. Eagerly they watching Mrs. Bear to see what would do next. But they were not watching any more eagerly than was Farmer Brown's boy. When Mm. Bear reached the great WiMtfaJl ihe put her nose to tho gronftd And sniffed until she come to OM place wohre Old Man Coyote had her nose picked np the had left tho hair on her fckOBlden and along her back stood on and made her look higher and 1 than With a snarl of an- iha rusted around the eiid of tho ma If she expected to find OU Matt CoyoU hiding there. If she did waa disappointed. But he "wMB'l so far away that he couldn't faad didn't see all that Mrs. did, perhaps, nfter all, this was all Bear expected. My, my, ray, what a mut- tered OM Man Coyote. "Buster Bear waa never lite this. What ails her, mttywayT I guess this old windfall is a place to stay away from as long as makes her home here. She's wel- She eat down and for some time looked and listened "I don't understand it. I don't under- stand it at ail." mattered Farmer Brown's boy. "Bustur never has acted like this. Ha ia u ttaid as Peter Kabbif when he inspects I am about I wouldn't be in the least afraid to meet Buster Bear, because I know he would run the instant he saw me. But this strange Bear with a brown coat seems to have no fear at all. I don't wonder Bow-ser the Hound was scared half out of his" wits. I felt just tho same way when she started for me, and, I don't feel much better now. My, but she'has a After what seemed to Farmer Brown's boy a very long time, Mrs. Bear stopped her restless tramping back and forth. She sat down, and for some time looked and listened and tested every Merry Little Breese that came her way. Finally, she turned and disappeared under the great windfall. Farmer Urown's boy waited just 'toll IM co'ncernal i he couid- 8to I'll Just hang around until I see it Farmer Brown's boy gets away and afterward I'll keep away from this part of the Green Forest. Such a i temper! Such a Mrs.. walked back and forth, j hart and forth in front of the great windfall, growling and muttering to i heraelf, keeping an off the trea in rhlch was Farmer Brown'3 boy, and i flaring suspiciously into the brush i l where Old Man Coyote had disappear- Twice Partner Brown's boy started from his uncomfortable perch and each time scrambled up again as Mrs. Bear made a short rush in his direction. Ha began to wonder If' Mrs. Bear l keep him np in that tree all day. It made him uncomfortable to think of being up there after dark with a savage Bear waiting for him down below. Ijr aad carefully to climb down, trying to make no sound. As his feot touched the ground he held his breath. There was no sign of Jlrs. Bear. Slowly, set- ting each foot down as carefully as if he were walking on eggs. Farmer Brown's boy crept away. As soon as he felt it safe to do so he ran. My, how he did run! Copyright 1921, by T, W. Burgess The neit story; "Old Granny Fox Drops a Hint." DANDERINE .Stops Hair Coming Out; Thickens, Beautifies.- "YOUR TEETH" Second Stage of the Decay of ihe Teeth By n-.i Proctor McQee, M.D., D.D, S., Editor Oi-al Hygiene. for Sfronrw And Bettrr Canada John F. MacKay. of the Canadian Commiasiou of CouMrratloc. who de- clares that unless Ule duties of citl- ituuhip are imvrowwl the peo- ple of Canada democracy may pariah. TEACHERniRIKE WOULD OJE President of the Saskatchewan School Trustees Association So Tells Teitchen' Body Atlvertisem-; :t. A fev cents buys "Daudorine." few applications you cannot a fallen hair or any dandruff, he- 66 every hair shows life, vigor, thtnenn, more color and abund- f; fou need not the paini of eumatism algia, Neuritis Lumbago- Canadian men and haye proved by use that ipleton s _ remove every trace of these Sad diseaJm and every ache 4 pain frcflp your body. 10 contain no habit- be absolutely hnrm- rft of ether told by druggUtj, l at our agencies, KinjW.Toronto Ef DRUG CO. j When that sharp little pain warns you that another tooth is going, it al- i ways seems "so sudden." so unreasori- l ably sudden. The enamel ia not san- sitive but the dentine that forms the I body of the tooth and fills all of the i space between the enamel and the j nerve, is full of thrills, j "Where the enamel and the dentine meet, the tooth ia more -sensitive thaa at any other place except on the i nerve; the teeth are particularly sitive at the margin of the gum. i As the little bacteria of decay get I further into the dentine, they send scouts out ahead along the fibres that rituiid from the nerve. That is why the dentist seems tn do such a tre- mendous lot of drilling in a cavity. If he didn't go well beyond the farthest particle of decay, his filling would be a failure. The decay spreads out underneath the enamel as tho acid produced by the bacteria eats away the lime that forms the hai.l part-of the tooth. This causes the cavity to be larger usually on the insido than it is at the entrance. Food and mucus and a remarkable line of dehris collect in the cavity. An ash can has nothing on a hollow tooth. This mess decomposes and then the owner of the tooth wonders why his friends take a backward step when ho talks to them. Even at this stage t'.ie tooth may be saved without the r.evve being de- stroyed, but it is rapidly getting to the point u-Iiers loss and patiest tieatment will be required to keep it whore the Lord intended it should be. In the mouth are more than two hundred different kinds of bacteria. .Most of them thrive upon decaying food. In addition to the pain and ile- stniction these cavities cause, they mix this poisonous mass with every bito.of food and help wreck the deli- cate machinery of digestion. Mar. neceaiity for the existence of two organisation! for the teachers in the prorince waa challenged by J. F. Bryant, president of the School teoe' in an addrws at thirteenth annual convention of the Saskatchewan Educational associa- tion, which opened in the Metropoli- tan Methodist church hers today. aoggosted an educational campaign ihonld be undertaken with the object of educating the pliblic aa to the facts of the teaching profession, !a griev- ances and problems. A teachers' strike would alienate public ss'mpathy. Teachers were different from other workers owing to the fact that they were engaged in work of a peculiar character. No organization had done more to raise the status of the teach- ers in the province than the trusteed association, who of its own volition had obtained increases of salary for teachers during the past year. He fur- ther suggested tho appointment of a commission of four to consist of a principal of a normal schooi, an in- spector, a superintendent of educa- tion and one of the ablest principals, to consider the various, questions con. fronting them. The trustees would prepared to allow each member of the suggested commission to the next trustees's convention for 20 min- utes on a different pbase of the or- ganization. A good attendance of teachers and of the general public was preaent when'the proceedings began. Col. T. E. Perritt, president of Regina normal school, presided and addresses were delivered by A. Ball, deputy minister of education on "Educational ideal" and Prof. F. W. of ru- ral education, on the work of boys' and girla' cluba. PUT RENT HOGS OUT OF THE CHURCH PITTSBUR3, Mar. roM- lutlan under which "rant profit, eera" would be ousted from the churches, adopted by the Pitts- burg Baptist Ministers' associa- tion was made public here today. Unwarranted rent advancei con- stitute an un-Christlan Pharisee- ism, according to the resolution. BOY COULD BUY ALL AMMUNITION HE WANTED TORONTO, Mar. 29. Harold Holmes, la years old, who shot Cloy Tupling, nine years of age, on Good Friday in the outskirts of the city, told a coroner's jury last night that lie had bad no trouble in buying all the cartridges he wished for his, .22 i calibre rifle and that he was shoot- i ing at a ground hog when Cloy step- i ped in front of him. The inquest was adjourned. FORD WORKS IN CORK CLOSE DOWN CORK. March hundred workers havo been made idle through closinK of thn Ford tractor works here. It was stated tho plant might be shut down for several months. FAMOUS RUSSIAN GF.NERAL DEAD MINORITY INDEPENDENT LABOR PARTY IN ENG. WILL JOIN COMMUNISTS SOUTIIPORT, England, Mar. The minority faction of the Inde- pendent Labor party, the extreme wing of the British Labor party, decided at a meeting hen; today to secede 'rom the Imlepondunt Labor party and 'oin fhc Communist party. Tho nciwllng element was defeat- ed in tlni Independent Labor party's here Monday night when it irescntetl a report favoring accept nnce of Moscow's conditions for af-' filiation with tho third internalionale. ul a he card vote against affiliation stood the war against Japan, who; lo is reported from Paris. Kuropatkiu. HIM lamous commander of the Knaslan armies in death Lawyer Retaiw It aa OM of of. the Empire ST. JOHN, Mar. hate klvayi beea a irronf advocate of toe retail- ing of the prlry council's jvrts4tcUoa jTer Canadlaa matters, aad that tad- Ing Ii now atroacer thaa ever, nut only because the judcea there are the type of legal mind la the but it would bo absurd to be- long to the British Kmpirs and cut out that link which is a very logical Sir Horace J. JSagne. K.C., of Montreal, said hero today, in an in- terrjuw. Sir Horace returned to Canada to- day by the steamer Minnedosa from KnglaAd where he was concerned in a caae before the privy council. It would be deilrible, said. It more Canadian! went to England where they could learn a little of the tae there. "I am mon Impressed thaa ever with the dteirabmty of retaining !t; entirety the boed which unites with Great Britain, as I believe that that bond ensures that the institu- tions which we have taken from Great Britain will eadure." By iutltutlou. Sir Horace explain- ed that he meant government and legal I aw the desire on the part of the people of Great Britain and Trance to each others language and co-operata for the benefit of man- kind, I (Ml that ban in Canada, where both races are represented, our duty of understanding and conversation with each other is clearly pointed out to ni As the close union of these two 'peoplM ia Europe ensures tho stability of that co'ntincnt so should pur union ben ensure the progress of Canada." SPRING FRESHET CAUSES LANDSLIDE AT BOISCHATEL QUEBEC, Mar. Press.) tke little village just east of Montmorency Falls, the ajun- mer homes of a number of Quebec people, menaced yesterday morn lag when a part of the steep hil undermined by. the spring freshets broke away. The landslide, which .was considerable, carried one cottage with it, but the slide was so gradua that the house was not damaged. Shade trees, lawn tennis courti and small out-buildings were badly damaged. SPRING IN NORTH ONTARIO NEW LISKEARD, Ont., March 28 Following in the wake of thunder- storms which passed over this diatric1 on Sunday, the smaller streams have broken up and five bridges OB tbe Wabi river have been Carrie L' away by floods. NEW CANADIAN COMPANIES OTTAWA. Mar. Press.) Canada Gazette tbls week con tains notification of the incorporation of the following companies Pacific Color Manufacturing Co. Ltd., capital Vaacouver, ant Ratepayers' Gas and Power company limited, capital Edmonton. ChMdren who have once had Zam-Buk applied never forgel how it lootbct and heali their hurts. Wise mothers otver use any- thine A touch of herW Zam-Bck bindi'ge made of clean more tears or worry. is so pure and r., refmtil that it provides the uleal healer for every sort of wound, abrasion or soreness. Ask For Mrs. J, E. Pierwirth. of CarndorT. Sask, My liltle boy cut off the end of IMS finger and it seemed a case for a doctor. However, I applied Zam-Iiuk to slop [lie pain and bleeding and it gave the cliild such relief that I cuulin-jsd treatment. Uiins nothing but Zam-buk, 1 dresied the finier each day, and the wound healed perfectly." 'amBuk IT ENDS Mill ka. 3far ll-ll. Smoke For OMT tixty a m ftnwrf M Mothers! Keep Syrup Pepsin Handy Inm.hnM woxfarful mwmtiti. a wotttfarful for txMMtipatieit. Somfoaa may it any minute! ALL h famOr look to the mother for guUasteo and tha maaXhnde of Nttb ibsniilin that arlaa amxxit daily. CkUf of the minor ailnwnU ara tboaa that or follow coattipatxx. ainwienced mother wilt tell thia onTto es- ardM aad that OM to rut down on certain binding foods, bnt when eautioua fail she baa- to adrtaa Modem are away from the notion that atmple consti- a haadaeJM, biliousness, colda. fetwiahDeaa, indigestion, requizv a drajtic, weakeuInK drug. They take a teaapoonfiil or loaaor Dr. CaWweil's Laxativa Syrup Popaio, which ie but a com- blnatjoo of aimnle laxative with pepaaa. full formula ia oa every paekan. It ia a mild, gwtle nmadyuatdoes noV gripe or weaken. The taste ia syrupy and plaaaant, and as it is free from aareotica and mercurials, motben for thirty past fait aafe in giving it to infanta. A aiity-oaat bottla will'last a family months, and it guaran- teed to produce rteulti claimed or your money will be refunded. Yon will And nothlne better for of the etotnaeh, iivcr and bowels tliun this same Dr. I jxative Syrup Pepsin. Every member of the family can uae it with safety and feel aure of rcaulto. Many thouaande of torn- iliefl an never without a bottle in the noiue, and last year over eight million were add in dnif stores, the largest aale of iti kind in tho world, These believers in Dr. Caldwell'i Laxative Syrup Pepsin no longer take calomel or castor oil, salt waters, physics or even if made into n sugar-coated pill, for thty have learned that they can get better, safer and more agreeable results with Dr. CBldwelrsLaxatiYe Syrup Pepsin. If yuu will once bring a sixty-cent bottle into your home and take a teupoonful the next time you feel constipated you will never thereafter be without it Try It FREE There arc heads offmMes U'Ho to pmx to their ovm tatufaction that my Laxative Syrvp Pepsin is 01 effcaii-c tn constipation, as mild and gtnde in detaon, as fUeasa-nC'tasting and tafe as I claim. Let such icrite me for a free sample. It tfiti be sent fwrjwjj. Simply say W. B. Caldu-ell, 19 Front Street, BiUicburg, Out.: Send a free trial kottie of your Dr. Calduiil'i Luodvi S-rnif Fepsm and your name and address. I wSL see that the rest ii attended FATHER AND THREE SONS, ALL PREACHERS, TO HOLD SERVICES IN CALGARY LONDON, Out, Mir. most unique evuuelistic service is to be held la Calgary shortly when Rev. Thomas Bingham of Parkhill, and hit three aons. Rev. A. C., of Egerton Street Baptist church, London: Rev. W. J.. of Colorado and Rev. H. H.. of Cal- gary, will participate. This ia said to be the only quartette of mtatstero ia the same family oa the continent. Rev. A. C. Blngham left for the west this morning. MARRIAGE FOLLOWS BLOOD TRANSFUSION, THEN DEATH BOSTON, Mar. Mc- Carthy, kept alive for several days by a transfusion of blood from his mother and brothtr that made it eoasiblc for him to be married while lying on a hoapital cot, died thia morning. McCarthy shot In the sa- loon fight last Thursday in which Larry McLean, former major lea- gue baaeball player, and a native of Frtdericton, N.B.. was killed. WINTER AGAIN IN MONTREAL GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER HKGINA. March Mc- Carthy, found guilty of manslaughter for killing Percy Young last August driving an automobile, was to- day sentenced by Mr. Justice Embury to six months with hard labor In Re- glna jail and a flue of or in de- fault of payment an additional term of ten months in jail. MAPLE SYRUP CROP THIS YEAR IS SHORT QUEBEC, Mar. to the ent the weather has not been favor- able for the manufacture of maple sugar in the district of Quebec. It iw believed that owing to the' mild nights that the crop will not he as good as last year. VENIZELOS MAY ARBITRATE BETWEEN JAPAN AND U4 f ATHENS, Mar. Frew ier Veniielos la going to Japan. 10 bs in the home and not in unless compelled to come ai a commented the judge. Lends Fragrance to the Simplest meal "SALADA" MONTREAL, Mar. dis- trict reverted to winter comlltiong last night after remarkably balmy weather during the Easter holidays. Quite a heavy fall of snow took place. is pure, wholesome and delictoua.. BOW fay aad ii yon naaBUck. Green or Mind Tea. flditraaa ;