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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN THE LETH BRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY. MARCH 31. 1021 BUMPSBEDTIH WHAT WAS MRS. BEAR'S SECRET? BY Who knows tho secrets of ;t Four Will guanl them with tho greatest can.-. Ornnny Vo Mrs. Hoar a secret. It was un- Her the windfall deep in the Green Forest. At laast. that is what iKeddy Kox said tluit Granny Fox had waid. Rertrty toUl this to Sammy Jay. and this was just tlu; same us telling everybody on the Green Meadows and in the Green Forest. i "I tlou't believe it said fiammy, as he told what Reddy had eald that Granny had said. "To be sure, it is queer that Mrs. Bear per- sists in staying so close to the old but secret can she Jiave there? T don't believe then- isj any secret. Grunuy Fox is just j guessing." says that wise peopio will keep away u-oin that spoke up Peter Kahhit. "She's keeping away hertelt and she's keeping Hoddy Fox away. She says that as long as Mrs. Bear haa that secret it won't be safe to be around there. She talks just as if she knows all about that secret, but won't tell what ir, is. Here she comes now. You ask her Sammy Jay." Sure enough, there was Old Gran- ny Fox trotting toward the dear Old Briar-patch. When she reached the edge of it she peered in through the "brambles at Peter Rabbit and grinned. That grin or" Granny's always makes Peter feel uncomfortable. It did now. "Why. said Granny, "I'm surprised to find you at home. I thought you would bo so curious that you would be over iu the Green For- est calling on Bear." "What Is that secret of Mrs. demanded Sammy jay trim il-.e little tree in he was sitting. "What secret? Has Mrs. Bear a se- 'asked Granny Fox, pretending to be greatly surprised. TttCH PARENTS "Then why didn't you see what Granny Fox demanded Peter triumphantly. Radical Suggestion at Saskatoon Conference Made Ky Kev. Dr. Sharpc PASKATOOX. Mar. ins that tho Sunday schools should to fu net km mi dor the prosent of simian ion ami that instead of teach- ing llu- children in Sunday schools-, tho parents a Hen that ihoy in turn imiy tench tin- dren in their own homos, thu Kcv. Dr.' nnnu- rompletod tho forward move- ment session of tho religious educa- tion cont'e reiict? here this morning, pues on Uio subject. "How the Su duy schools help the hoin function in education." The 'lev. Sharps stutcd that the church lakes up too much of a chUd'ri 111110 on Sunday and said that, though ho did not expect his audience to ac- suggestions, but would'Con- that ihcrc, worn Id.oiH) lulieiru- la'1 paltenu drawing nonsioiia or in .sanltartumn. TRAVELS MANY MILES TO WEO (Sweet Cray-- Advocate. I Harry Wutkdui of the Sweet Cntss Compuny reLiinieil hero fctuu- night jfrom' NVw York (Mty, mo- toring to Swoet (Jrass from tho conn- try liiiii Mrs. kins, a bride of but a lew days. Hurry ivas born in his dad uirn in Wales. He tifteii told his son of (ho beautiful irirls that, lived in Wales. Hurry never forgot tins and when ho joineil the v'iumdmu col- or.1! over four years and went to on his llrst furlough he went to tho former home of and father was rigty. It was there he met tho girl of his dreams. On his rot urn to America he still dreamed of her, as ho often did whilo fighting in tho trenches of Kraiteo. Kvo.ii the fair maidens of Sweat Grass failed to change his Tho last was the supreme tost. Il.iny's lu-urt iiatl been stolen ion his visit to Wales. A letter was written to Miss I'ollyn, jit Brecon. Wales. The contents ot" the letter were sim- iPly: "Will yon marry BID." Tho jswer was: SOLDIERS' CIVIL KE-ESTAHUSHMEN'f COMMITTEE MEETS OTTAWA. Mar. Canadian W, NYsltltt. North Oxford, occupied tho chair when tho sueelal committee on Holdtors' civil re-ontab- Hshment met nmrnlnfr. Tho chair man, lluino Crimyn, was nuablo to at- tonrt owiiiK lo illness. A communication was received from tho (JrujKl Army of United containing suggestions (V sumo Ilium as thud mibmlttiHl by tho U. W. V. A. were xuhmlttml to Ool. John Thompunii of tho tnuinl of slons I'onimtsahmors for roport. Ttesumlni: his evidence, Col. Thomn. son stated that If widowed mothers of soldiers were placed on tho samo basis ay soldiers' widows, It would moan an Inorauiw In the uunv slon bill of approximately two millions a yotir. This would ho IncreaBod from year to year a.t tho number of widow- ed mothers Increased. Col. Thompson, on behalf of the hoard of pensions commissioners, roe- ominnndml u chums In the (Mtna'ani not tlmt a ptwKion Rhould luild In the event at a soldier tointuln. iiiK dUkblllty or duutli through im- liroiwr conduct while on service In un active- theatre of war. At present Inc act covering this provides for for soldiers sin.talnliur disability ai service. Col. Thompson contended that tho truo mranlng of the nut VH that (lie disability must bo Incurred In 11 theatre of war. Thn oapo lined with dnvetyn It Paris vogue. the least idea." said he. "She won't admit it. but it is perfectly clear that, Old Granny Fox knows'something that! we don't. 1 don't think she had sharper eyes than yours. Sain my Jay." "She snapped Sammy. "She crieil Peter. "She ''She "I'll match my eye3-against her eyes any day." Sammy Jay was becoming more and more indignant. If there is one thing on which he prides himself, it is the sharness of his eyes. "Then why didn't you see what Gran- IT Fox demanded Peter trium- 'I don't believe Granny Fox saw She was met in Nov York City by .Mr. Watktus on March 15. They were married tho following day. j Mr. Watkins came to Sweet Grass from Milk River early lust fall and took over tho Sweet Crass garage aider them too radical, yet he predict-, and has made a success of the busi- ed that m a feu- years the morning ness. He has aKso ma service m the chnrclies on Sunday frieildg herej who win wigh ho would iiisteail ot a preaching ser- j his bride an abundance of happiness, vice, a teaching service, and the after- j prosperity and success through Jife. noon 'Would be devoted to home gath erhiics. cried Sammy Jay. "Just aa t single thing I didn't see.." retorted JC you don't know! What is the EC- pret, Granny "That is for you to find re- plied Granny sweetly. "You have eyes to see and ears to hear; and use them." And with this Old Granny Fox grinned again and trotted away. Sammy gcratched his head. "I was BTer there where Granny Fox was and BO were you. What com! she have Been that we said he to Peter. Sammy Jay. "I don't believe she dis- covered any secret at all." Am! with this Sammy Hew away. And the funny thing about it is lie was .partly right and partly wrong1. Granny hadn't setu anything that he hadn't. Nevertheless, she had discovered 'Mrs. Rear's secret, Can you guess what it was? (Copyright 19-1, by T. W. Burgess) The nest story: "Granny Fox Keeps Peter scratched his head. "I haven't Mrs. Secret." Pensions Committee Urged to Make Provision So They Won't Contract Maladg OTTAWA. Mar. Amendments to tho Pensions widening tlip scope of the regulations ;3J 1 FOB TRAIL RAKERS AND MIS BOYS IK- Tho report just issued by the Boys' remarkable progress is being made in boys' work by the Sunday schools throughout the province. Now that the chnrches havo united their ef- forts and adoptei committee on boys' work. under which pensions could be paid: to widows and children of soldiers I were recommended to the special par-1 liamentary committee on soldiers' civil re-enaiilishmont this morning by Col. John Thompson, chairman of the I board of pension commissioners. j The amendments provided that pen- j sions should be made payable to de- j pendent children and widows in the i event of the soldier of disabill- i Lies not attributable to war service EMU! within a five year period after date of discharge. The- latter part of the sp.ssion wa-s taken up with the hearing of patients from tho tubyrculosis sanatorium at j Kingston and Hamilton, i Arnons other requests was The board pensions, for dirichargrid patients composed of official a two-year period'and an extra of the Anglican, Baptist, Congresa-1 allowancfi of a day. in order to tional, Methodist and Presbyterian permit tlie patients to continue with! churchea and the Y.M.C.A. It gives cures in their own homes. I The Inclusion of the, children of the! The Boys' Work Board was iaed last September to care for the special boys' work interests of the Religions Education Council of. Al- berta, which, have been cared for in the past by the co-operative advisory ST. CHARLES EVAPORATW MILK 33 for milkman its always .ready for ever: coot need With the cream lefifcll 71 j fli 760 1072 143 The biggest bargain In "swaps" ever known was when King what's-hls-name offered to exchange his king- dom for a horse at the battle of anci there were no takers! Just think! If one of your ancestors had been on the spot with a horur, you might have been King of England now! tort good swap! the board have been l" rapidly spreading tu every community "I in the province. -There arc now fifty- two centres the work ot" the hoard i.s in operation, ivhereas there were only 1C months ago. The fol- lowing figures showing Uie develop- ment of C.S.E.T. work will be of in- terest. The figures are 1'roin Oct. 1 ;1920 to Mar. 1921: i No. communities with C.S.E.T. work (No. Tuxis Squares (boys 15 and over) Xo. Trail Ranger Camps (boys 12-11) -Nro. of Boys in Tuxis Squares O'.s No. of Boys in Trail Ranker Camps COS Mo. Registered Mentors (leaders) Special C.S.E.T. Features Foriy-three older boys and mentors attended the C.8.K.T. leadership train ing camp held on Sylvan las minimer. Fifty nientors and one hun drtd older boys arc expected at simi lar camps lo be held this summer An older boys' provincial parliament was held in the legislative buildings Edmonton. Dec. -it -wa; attended by forty-seven representa lives from every part tjt' Alberta Talks anil demonstrations at (J.S.K.T. work ?ravo interested lifty-six stud- ents ol provincial ugricuUnral col- KCS to go out to promote this type of work in rural districts. Great credit is due to the board fo the work it has accomplished in the brief time it has been organized. It gives promise of reaching out to the entire 'teen age boyhood of the prov- ince, and deserves tho hearty support all persons interested in boy life. Dr. G. D. Stanley, M.L.A., is chair- man of tho board and Air. A. M. Pet- erg, Bank of Mor.treal, .Calgary, is .he treasurer. Tho board requires to complete its budget for Ihe work. Subscriptions toward his end iiisiy he sent to the treasurer, folders anrl information about boys' and C.S.E.T. programs may be lad by writing to .'102, I.O.O.l''. build- ng, Calgary. of the committee information' rula- soldiers. It was LUX for Voiles, Linens, Batistes, Cations Do not think of LUX as a cleanser for only georgettes, chiffons, tricolettes, crepe-de-chines. The bubbly LUX lather means double life to anything you can wash that pure water will not harm. Chiffon or linen, it's all the same use LUX. LUX free booklet, "The Care of Dainty Clothes" sent on request. Lever Brothers Limited, Toronto 209 HUMORIST IS BURIED Lesion Taylor, na- lonally known humorist and pcet who conducted tho "A I.ino o1 Tvpe or Two" column In the Chicago Tribune knowns aa "H.L.T." died Satur- day, March 111. "You Are Looking 'All In "Y 999 ES, and that is just how I feel." seems to be the "Why, I had lonsilitis, and my whole system seemed to be poisoned anrl run clown. So much so that I do not seem to gain strength." "Will you let me be your doctor and do as 1 tell "I will do anything to get strong and well. I have been sitting here too long al- "Well, you send to the tag store for six boxes of Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, and ako one pill after each meal and at bedtime. me, t will not be long until you 'eel the benefit of this treat- ment and find yourself gain- ng in health and vigor." "How do you "I know from personal ex- perience. After I had the 'flu' I was left just like you are rim down; could not sleep; the little food I ate did not seem to do me any good, and I was get- ting pretty blue." "Yes." "Well, my wife had been using Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, and insisting on me giving it a trial. You know the rest, for I was soon about again, as hale and hearty as ever. I have told lots of peo- ple about this Nerve Food, and never knew it to fail "You are to be the doctor in this case, so I will follow your advice." Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, 50c a box, all dealers, or Ed- manson, Bales Ltd. Toronto. COMPLETE NEW STOCKS OF Hosiery Gloves Corsets Underwear Hand Bags Purses, Etc. Featuring many out- standing values at specially low prices. Ready for Your Selection on Fri Sat. At Clarke's Ready-to-Wear Emporium Wonderfully attractive new style garments, all except the number lined throughout with excel- lent quality plain or fancy silk; materials of finest pure wool velours and tricotines, in colors sand, beaver, taupej Copenhagen, and grey; handsomely trimmed with chain stitching, band embroidery arid tassels. THESE NEW STYLE DRESSES TRULY SUPERB A wonderful variety featuring the long waist effects with draped, flare and circular Ekirts, beautifully embroidered and bead- ed. Shown in all sizes 16 to 45. Finest taffetas, charmeuse, sergt, Irlcotine and cloth and silk com- binations. Wonderfully Clever: Styles in NEW SPRING SUITS For slight figures, for medium figures, for stout figures, and for extra largq figures up to 46 bust measure. You'll find selections hero to meet the needs of women -who are particular about the kind of clothes they wear, and prices the most reasonable within your reach. Finest serges, gabardines and tricotines In various colors, with navy the popular favorite. Special Values in House Dresses Splendid- qualities in fine chambrays and checked and plaid ginghams; very neat fitting and becoming styles; in a complete range of sizes from 34 to 44 regular sizes and in 45 to 53 bust measure in extra large women's sizes. rn 6i4 3rd LU. LETHBRIDGE WRAPPED BREAD AT NO ADDITIONAL COST 1 People are realizing the wisdom of more careful and cleanly methods of food supply. The WRAPPING of BREAD is right in line with this advancement. j It not only means more wholesome and tasty bread, through the retaining of its moisture and flavor, but it elim- j inates all chances of bread coming into contact with any j unhealthy influence in handling. FROM OUR OVENS TO YOUR TABU UNTOUCHED BY HANDS BREAD SUPERIOR Per Loaf KIRKBYS it, ;