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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1920 THE PAGE THIRTEEN MRS I AM A PEACH WALKS "AROUND" A LAKE By K. First pop out 'pt Uw me say, tout oiBt no' eauy oil Henderson iake.' vc. My! Dad had several amorphous, truisms that 1 haye always accepted as pretty good advice, if one remem- bered to apply the axiom. In time to save the beans. Of course after the beaus Is spilt why they alnt no crying your eyes out anyhow: He used to say, It's alrlte to nave the courage of ones couvictloas, but don't coaio between a man aad his wife when.they Is slaglog a unless'you Is prepared a chopping block., Again he used to Sone people tie knots with can no.J undo with .thsir i____ lint bit-oift. at one 1 find tppliafi'ix dajsllft la Oils, i If a lake' Cif 6f j'Af. jilh aad you because you nay gst mJnd, again you may. ooly. drawnad. A atraikt linevUa't always the shortest between polata with all iwt respect to Mr. EuclM. If you dont know' at a lake "walk around It." and their gpTernineiits.call ttot "iljtcfn- Its really just common..... So dere PU rite fin lii.mine, I will proceed to walk around 'this here lake. as I see .ft, tie jicker nues- Upn is a j roaraiy; dirty and treacherous lake, with a space 'of clear" birt'very deep water in the cen'trei- pat: your E Instead Mustard Plaster AUM KWUEOF This Is In a manner of (peaking s IU admitted lake 13 to' publlfe'weal. Many people bare drovmcd in It, othari have been iiivw KOI'wet and muddy and'their clothes ail dirty floundering around the edge. Anyone who has ever got their feet wet also has come out with dirty hands, but never ..the lets, they IB always some guyi after the big fat ducks, they noe to be sheltered there ready to be bilged, by a Wy who wants to take a chance.- people .who realize .the menace of uke'to tie community believe K IM if to the govt to pass legislation draining sed lake. -The govt have acted but their ditches weren't deep' enuff for the purpose, the lake Is still there, muddler and boglnalnc to stink. ;Tbe aieu In charge of tie Draining have bee'n too few, and In got all muddy: and dirtied their, hands In to the bargain. peepol again appeal to the govt for deeper.and betUr to drain this lake" and ahow by their votes at the poll they this thine cleaned up rite. They sed in effect, a lake Is alrlte, if.its clean.and.under goyt control, -but 'for heaveai take, cut down the weeds, dry up the mud and remove Mrs. Peach wood say, It was new clearly up to the government to deal .with it, if they, lay down on the job aiain, why '.they Is. always time to have an election; and put in men who will dp, that little'tilng. Now the parallel between this dirty lake and the liquor question may be considered a bit'thick, bat honest It can be. carried a bit furtlwr. are 'some! iudivlthials who evi- dently think the., proper way to dry a lake toss out the'mud. and'dirty to the shore with little respect to who they may water and oozo runs back, into the Jake just tho same and tho rtndivldu'al Is muddy himself and has only trouble., for his pains. iXHherslwhb. doa't. enjoy shooting docks, and have no consideration for those stand and holler their fool beds off saylni they should be no .lake at all. Individuals who go aronnd eihort- ingiothers to do their bit, or accusing 'fellow' citireW of .shooting ''ducks .with- nut ajljcenie ought to get nock'cd down. If that lake is to be drained 'enthusiasm for the dry forces does m'ore barm than good. Us such a tedious and thankless Job that It had best be left to those ap- pointed by the government for that purpose. They are provided vrjth rub' ber boots aud shovels and jf there isut enulf of them and tlie 'ditchsi provided arent the rite la the election coming. J The sovt including the ally. gen. dept noe now, It they dont blind, that Us a question of govt control, leas Its np to them to fortwlth clean up tho dirty smelly mess of a lake. Mrs. Peach says she forthwith de- cides to "walk around" and look expectantly to Edmonton'. As a Individual she alnt goin to be muddy. Tho giiy who wd ho liked a file wants W hit'retreat alnt cut or. A running tile k good manoeurre. It you clear all the ditches and your wind Is first class. The other guy Is bound to slip sometime and fall ier- plunk; i So if you will pleas read those three maxims.with we opened the sermon and apply them to the licker question, we will leave It. entirely alone for the present. I always remember a gag heard once a soldier sed, he always liked to be'lwherfl the brilleis were thickest butf admitted, on cross questioning that the place he. meant. >v'as the back of the firing line. Mrs. Peach says thats her all over Mabel, she dont want to set hurt. Ita what Ole Hindenberg wood call a retreat according to plan. Say I got a awful shock the other day._ I where Mr. Melghen, Mr. Calder and Dr. Black was comln to town. r-Funny but that .Item got me all worked 'up''about the school board election. 1 underslan theys to be sum school trustees-elected again per usual this year. A good .well piled and efficient machine makes little noise and there little, vibration. _________ _ Tnat I suppose Is why school mat- of this "kind' ta'to wad'e In and i attracting as much atten- mt the' mud and dirty water on tloa as formerly, but we should still he interested, atleas I am. This lass minute dash to get desirable candi- dates is not to our best interest. A good school board'is just as import- arid now as It was a year ago. Probably the ladies are waiting till ih'ey is throu'Bli shaking hahds.'.with Mr. aud Mrs. Premier, then they will Lhlnk a. lady- or 2 in the field for school trustee'. :lts time now. These last minute sales and rummage sales, dont apply' to school board matters.. I ?s a lady ask .my sees to step lively pleas.. DOES MORE THAN STOP ngbt to the Kit of tae trouble-lo th e milated (hroat aad tzifluoed brondual tubes. It soothes and the phlegm, slops Ihe tadduf in the alnxirt btfore you realize it, jan are rid o( the ceugh for jood NAMUCO SYRUP OF TAR COD LlVER a' particularly turfed to the UM o! cnlidrett. m "KKim ARE ASPIRIN Not Aspirin at All witlibut thi "Bayer .Cross'' L-------- Rheumatism, Ixrohago, Son- iritis, take Aspirin marked with the 1 you are not iaklng all. only- ikra, iai fa Tien ieal Aspirin pre- ncribod' ly phyBidand for'orcr ninc- jtttt. Now made in Onada, Handy (JaboiMcojiUln ing 12 tab' bil a few ccnia, DniggisU aiM Mil larger Is the trtflfl fflarfc IB Ontdi) of 1. of wwio !l I. kAoitnVb.lAo.Wn huanii 1 lo tna tgmnxl tb4 of JJffbi Com antt irliti tkclr ctucril Indo miri, tht wVnt It may bo that there are thoia whc) arc not familiar with tha fact that there is BUch a thing as the Schools Attendance Act., which has to be re- spected, and failing which there Jeualties enforced In fines of ?10 (or the. first offence, ?2S for the second, and lor the third, or, in place of these, tile parents may be bonded tor they have no leslU- mate eiciiM. for keeping their chil- dren at home irithoat sending 'then! to notices aro 3 every. case; sent, and refusal to take cognliance of them will land parents [n the court. '-For neglecttng the Schools Attend tiro fath'ere, Messrs.1 Me In the BoVyUU school district? had to appear before Magistrate Burroll at' tho Barons po- lice court, on Nov; 2nd, for falling to send 'their' boys to school after hav- ing received due" warning. They were each placed wider honds by the magistrate, to see that' the boys at tended school1 In conformity with the regulations of tha province. Falling this, each, one will have to forfeit the sum of There apearg1 to have been In some of the rural.. districts an Inclination not to Uket notice of the Act, and In nearly all ot these cases the children have been in; Grade 5 nowhere near the end of the school age. Farmers' boys are allo'iYed six weeks' absence in- tho ispfinpi for seeding and six weeks In iheifall for but, In splto of this extension, there are those who have been found lo ex- ceed the limit. They tsnt a laH. iiTttie hole.rigma role Ise'wrUten, .but, just the passing thoughts of a busy women. The movies have a lot- when the other ntte with my husbandTCraVford. 'We went to the Colonial.' "After seated and.-unwra'nped's spearmint and was getting comfortable, a; couple of 1 should n and took in us. TheMady. hat a big furlined coat which Tshe 't off anil threwHwp 'it into m'y lap.-rl leaned ovej and .hissed In .car.-'Say. Madam, what'do you llnnk this is a '-leigh ride pirtv dont need no, lap rube I lint cold, [jleage removs; wraps of my lap. She turned around aud me then she If I harUa face like yours Id get under the. covers and not say a word. ,1 I took the spearmint out and jammed it in her hair. H snojltjivy whole evening the man ncrs of some peepul at picture shows But I soing lo say was Isnl tho motion pic'are developmenl of of the reel, wonderful sum its the best part of the picture I out" as a most fit- ting .object'lesson some pec'piil otl.to arn it b> heart For instinct a man who aeys he will run against ''Ole Man of War" Taw Hardie, if no one else ott to go to the movies' ariil-learri to do a graceful "fade ou.t" What say ole deer! This Is all that's on my mine this week except the roots of BO ao long, I am doing a "fade but." Yours, MRS. IAMA PEACH. HUGHES DENIED MACSWINEY DIED IN A JUST CAUSE LONDON', Nov. Hughes in a debate yesterday Irt the Australian parliament on the Irish problem, de nled that Ixird Mayor MacSwlney o( Cork ha.d died'in a just cause. He didn't defend all government policies in Ireland, but he-could not.-ask Aus trallana lo censure England' in the face of Sinn Fein crimes. 'The Aus Irallan, parliament was quietly by while endeavors were being made lo sncb. sborf range'of Bng land.' The settlement of the Irish (juesllon was, ho concluded, beyond tho Strength of any parliament. AMBASSADOR WHITE MARRIES NORTH DAKOTA ELECTS NON-PARlTzAN SENATOR Know That the Offence is Punishable KARGO. N. D., Dr. E, R- chemist, economist and pre- sident !of. the -North 'Daiota Agricul- tural fJUego, 'will' be tfie ;flrst non- partlaan league United States eena- or.-. In view of the admission today S. Johuton, DemoQratic flute NEVADA WON BY G. O. P. Jienb, the first time In years Nevada has- cast a majority vote for a Republican pres- idential nominee. On' complete re- turns Cox; has Harding For Unltsj' States senator, former Governor Hepubjican, 'has de- feated'Senatpr Henderson, Democratic Dye It Right! "Diamond Dyes" Don't Risk ]n Poor Dyes that Fade or Run JSI i [Chairman, that had won the seaatorehlp over H. H. Perry, hla opponent. Dr. Ladd is known in North :ots malpiy for two things, his fight for a better grain grading and mar- keting system, and ceoipaiea -4f- Bacli ricKgat of "Diamond Dyes" contains directions so simple that any woman can iliar.iocd-rlye a fadeless'Color lutpL worn, shabby gar- mculs, coverings, whether wool, silk, linen, .cotton or mixed goods.' "Diamond 'Other perfect results are guar- nnleed evc-n if you have never dyed before. Druggist has color card show- Ing sixteen rich, colors. NEW YpRK.--Henry White, former ambassador to Italy and Prance anc delegate to Ihe Versailles pence con ferftnco, was nmrrleil Wednesday t( Mrs. Emily Vftnderbilt Sloane, widow! of Sloano of this city' and Ijjhojtf Mass. G, 0, P. 'WINS HONOLULU On Face, Very Sore and Itched. Did Not Sleep. Cuticura Heals, "When my little was two months old the bad eczema very badly on her face. It was of a man kind, 1 took a bllaUr form, ft' "id my ton. Ii I liched, roaWng her face nnd she would 'Cratch badly.' She did "A neighbor.recoictnended Cutl- eura EO we got one cake of Sop and two bones of bintment healed her." (Signed) -Mis, ztna O. R. P. D, 3, Randolnh Centit; Vt, Make Cullcura Soap, 0 Intment nd TaleutnyourdatlytoiietriieparatfonS. Olnti St. PuJ St, ...felurnsl Indfcatft that .Jonate KolanlnnaoleJ defeated L.-. McCand- lesi, pefnoeratj by1 tb'-i for ler'rllortel'. delegate nnd that tlm.nott Jegls'lalure will be OOX COULDN'T WJN IN HOME -COUNTY; LACKS THERE DAYTON, lost his C.ounty In'the Rejinbilcati by-prpbably OjOM fTQtcs. 'The g6yctipi lost Ml'ddfelowri; Tthetr. he lived as a boy, ljut carrtol Jltlltci' comity', Middletown by! about M. _ A TfWlprwt fir ime for to the Uon of n col J or lore throat It It lunpk to joa liirll tbe hiiin llint Tipprixw Uie CrtwleM uid bod. Tfto Knlkitiic wilucplic, ma vct ttuj cwjti, ttiei Crevotene u for the tSt'i yan. Toe benefit fo llnnnblo. Sena for descriptive Tel. 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Mr. Alfred Arsenault, Lot Wb. 6, P.E.I., -warvery nervous and run-down, and was so bed I-could not elccp nt night'fcl two boxes of Milburn'E Heart and Nerve Pills, find I was relieyfi.T-Thit one year ago, and I hdvebcin wtll ever sines." Milbnrh's. Heart and Nerve Pills are SOc. a box at, all dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by j L j The T. Miiburn Limited Toronto: Ontario of Keen Judgment E attention to details of dress is tKe universal mark of a well- man. Holeproof Hosiery is chosen by some men for its smart style and rich others for its wonderful wearing But whether you de- mand beautiful appearance or exceptional durability, you feet bptn in fullest measure _ For Men, Women and Children in Silk, Silk Paced and AH HOLEPROOF. HOSIERY CO. OF CANADA, Limited London, Ontario ;