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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta JANVAHY 7. MWTSIET 'ittK UCTHBKIlKiR DAILY TV CMWJT Mtwacc Uw IN- Tdk. of Wondirfiil FUNERAL OF MONTREAL. 'An.' Uuited BUfan trtitlooBiflts who landed near Janius Bay their record-breaking nlghl. wko are uaw their way. hacli to civilization Hy write an .'experi- ind abnroaching end; and attach it to the- Brd'3 lags in the hope that tho pigeon would able to reach civilization with the message. Two other hirdfl carried, had been eaten. Lieut. KJoor carried the tiiird under hia coat and it was found there alive his cloihec Tvere removed. He j at once attacked tho message to -Uie bird and released it. hoping that it would reach the outside world in a short while, and by the tidings it relieve the of, tho re-. Photo shows the body of Alexander o! Greece lying in stale In thfi palace at Athens, guarded in lutipval costume. AIALEWIIK whales .have strutted about on land. But, so far as they knew, no other whale with bones outside the liody had ever been by man. DIAMONDS IN SAUSAGES NEW an East Sicie.groc- erv recently, Harry Wehl, bookkeeper, one halt pound of sausage and one-quarter carats of all fllteen cents. There was no earthly or waterly _.. ___ treason for the on the whale I Wchl. a hachelor. procured the 'found off the British Columbia coast, j saunce lor .breakfast. Eating-his It couldn't walk on them, as they teeth came in contact with some thing were but four feet long, while He apU it out, and vowed-he'd never buy manage again. He picked up the offendiug particle, i whale weighed several tons! 'couldn't use them for swimming, as they were not flappers, nor were the found it to be a perfectly cut dlatn- Monster Was Caught off British Columbia ject of Discussion Iiedal eitremetles webbed. They j ond, then went back to the grocery. were simply excess baggage. "Watcha asked-the grocer. But now they are the subject of "Fifteen cents worth of sauaage, ilectures, lantern slides and .profound Uliscttssion. M' NEW YORK. X. off the coast of British Columbia'of remarkable humpback, whale with ing ths aviation camp at.' Rotki Beach, Mr. Bradley Mr. Bradley's account of the first meeting _ bet the Cree Indian fol- "Tfcey come upon one of.onr Jin. diftii' trappers. Thomas Mark: inid a. Trbo, In the ivobds, an'n iafter overcoming ,hiu the! balloonists in their strange, and tatter- ed, garments appeared like wild and strange men to this northern. they managed to convince him that they were perfectly friendly and re-'j quired aid. They had tried, .first of all to converse with him in English, then in French, and .finally Lieut. Kloor, who was the spokesman of the party, and who had managed to over- i take his mind that it was (ond, rest and sleep that they Wanted, and to return to some- thing approaching civilization. "The Indian, when .convinced of .friendly intentions of the strange men, .decided that the only thing to do was to bring them to the Hud- son's Bay post at Moose Factory." brought them first of all, however, to his own home on the outskirts of post where their wild appearance al- most sent the squaw into a panic." when the bones of ttyo r--., Ppendages arrived, at .thin American Museum of Natural His- tory. Scientists attached to tha ,iob- miiaa their tcmes on'evo- lution, cudgeled their brains ami con- cluded tho anight ..have boen a jjinfulaf" to .pjrijuUiva iyps. Back in they'isaid, the iwuUigrcat granddads modem EASTERN BANK CLEARINGS Eastern bank clearings ending January li were: Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa, Hamilton, Quebec, 'tbndon. Halifax! John, (WindsoV, Brantford, Sherbrobkc, for wecii British Columbia's Premier and His Father OPERA STARS NEARLY DROVE HIM .-GBAZY CHICAGO. Jan. resignation of Gino Marinuzzi, operatic conductor composer, as artistic director o( thR Chicago Gran'd' Opera company, was annouDcert He will resume his former position as one of the con- ductors, he said. 'I could not stand the'wrangling of 1 the stars any Signor Alarm- i liezi said. "They have given me noth- ing .nights. Their voices have been jn my ears 24 hours a day. Each one with a grievance, each one objecting to. a role I have assigned to j Homeone else. They all bring their troubles. to me. I go home and pace j the floor until five o'clock in the morning. In a few hours then; are re- j hearsal.s. I get no rest. I cannot 'listed to their tajk any, 1'angefc." SIX PERISHED IN A HOTEL FIRE This picture, of father and eon waa taken outside the old Oliver hpnje in Grey county, Ont., when the Hon. John Oliver. British "Columbia's premier, paid his father a visit. Although.SS years of ase, father, has a splendid physique and enjoys perfect health" It la his son's boast that the venerable pioneer, who is a native of Derbyshire, is as good a man physically as himself. Now tftat the "CasebaU Series is OVER, why not come OVER otir you'll SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY Per Old Country Peppermint, Per ____ IJeanut 1 Per Plain Toffee Per Ih Peanut Butter Per Ib Salted Per Ib. Fudges Per Ib 25c 25c 25c 35c 40c 40c GET THE C. H. STUART PURE FOOD TQ FLAVOR YOUR CAKES, ALSO THEIR PURE FOOD INGS. KEITH'S ENGLAND, Ark., Jan. per- sons perished, twt) others probably will die F.IH! tbrac more were savioua- ly burned in a fire early today which destroyed the Royal Hotel here. PHONE 15 IBAWDEN BROS. 625 PHONE Britain's Unemployment Problem Han. T. .1. MacNamara, labor, who presented to the house of Commons tho sdiemp to nitljfatc hardships utul relievo the >reeenti riltiiatkin. declart-M that lie outlook WBS the darkest in many Stock-Reducing and Pre-Inventory Sale Saves You Money GENUINE REDUCTIONS ON ALL FURNITURE, BEDS, BEDDING, CARPETS, CURTAINS, DRAPERIES GET YOUR REQUIREMENTS AT THIS SALE SALE Every hour of today and tompLTOw is just that much nearer to the last chance'you will, have to get the best on every garment in ow-complete stocks. We have re-priced and re-marked down to the very last- cent which we. will close out esjeh.and every gar- ment, You know the standards i of our quality wear; you-know the fairness, of our that add our exclusiveness of styles. You will find huge cuts on all worth- while garments and piece goods in store. This is your opportunity. Every woman loves furs, the furs that one keeps fpr a life- time will want to make a selec- tion of one or more of these fur pieces, for they are offered at prices that will never come again for such perfect, rich, rare furs so beautifully made. Ringtail Opossum Muff and Neckpiece. Regular Pointed Fox "Muff and Neck Piece. Regular for----- Black Coney Scarf with pockets. Regular Black Wolf Neck Piece. Regular Black Scarf with pockets. Regular Australian Opo s s u m Muff and Neck Piece. FINAL DRESSSAU' Thin sale Indeed a woo- to mftn who knows good ials aad who to get an attrRctive costume whoie style, material and mukinc; good wear for many to oooio at prices ually leiti than the cont tf making aloue. Reg. breww 90 Dretiet Reg. Reg. DreMM Reg. Over in Merchandise To be given away absolutely free to the persons making the nearest guess to the correct number of pennies in our window, the following prizes will be given: and Hudson Seal Velouv Coat, To the next six'nearest estimates a pair of Silk Hose valued at per pair. An estimate .cavil-given -with '-a purchase of SI.00 or over. Come in and try'it, you may be a prize WinneK, Blouse, hand embroidered, val- ued at.......... Underskirt, val- Speicals in Piece Goods and Hosiery COLORED FLANNELETTE jt. his Ktouk of colored flannektUe wliidi prU't'S were fo-.v. '1'u day >vt- share with you thin lucky anil give you H rciluctinn us All wlrtg Kegiilar 50c valuos, tor Regular valuey, for Regular fur GREY HOSIERY .iljii pair only in the lot. These art} and are full rmihloned.'Just the thinx for use around the house In the morning. Regular OS- Me value, nvlands' Kale WHITE TURKISH TOWELS lull pail- nl guoil White Tnrklnh in I'riuged or heninted onds and vnlucH .sold at pair. Rylands' Rummage Sale. CC-, UJC 40c 50c 70c weight CORDED VELVETEEN An extra good quality of corded velveteen In roat.'. cardinal, brown and .saxe blue. Good wido Uajuljir ?2.50. Rylands' A-I Riminiaee Sate, COLORED SILK HOSE Here nro the flneat guality of pure silk hose mule in all colors and blnek. They havo the finest ribbed top have ever shown, It gives so easy and [its so well. These are values worth and more. liylnnds' Rummage Sale. CREPE DE CHINE li'Ino dainty crepe de chine silks In a {nil range shades Riseh as pink, rose, grey, wine, maize, lilue. etc. All onu value ft J2.75 yard reg- ular. Rummago Sale, yard RYLANDV I V AND COMPANY High Claae Goods at the Price of the Lowest. ;