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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta F. TKN THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY Ka "UNTJAIW 11, 1921 THE END OF THE RACE BY THORNTON; w. BURGESS Yv'ho runs :i riv-M'. !iis very best To kilu'U- KaiD muEt tesvi: thi! res'.. Rabbit. QUEBEC ID ME Jumper the Hare, racing for his life, Was te-rribly frishtfnod. Of course. Wouldn't you be t.-rribly frightened jf you knew that only ;-uur your wi'.s could cr.Yt your lile'.' So jumper was terribly as he made the best uosflUe use or his Ions legs, hounding over the snow through I ,the t'treen Korost iviln Yv'nitov G'vl following on swift, silent j svvcopii'.g ".t. hirr. every -har.cs. j as was "Jumper i didn't Turgei to his wits. He knev: j that bis less alone couldn't save him.; The sreai broad wings of Whitey were quits rs so.xl HP Jumper's j less. Thsy were even better, for. thoy i would not tire as quickly. So Jumper oa hie .vits as much as was within one long Jump of! legs. He dossed around trees. lnat little thicket. You know juniper is a tarjnys dodg-j- fr. That '.rhy he prefers the Green will he submitted assigning to the Forest, especially that part of it ciaws reaching for Jumper. From colonization department the power to where Peter sat it looked as if tills i grant such lands and to completely time he surely would ..catch .lumper.: separate them from forest domains, dearj" cried Peter. Anil then j The establishment or a series of agri- Present System Unsatisfactory of Legislature Took Plate Today QTHfiKC1, .Ian. legislation :i3 to IK1 sale of liquor iri promised for the immediate future by the Qife- bec itruvirjchii government in the speech fivr.i the throne v.'iiicli -was read at the oiieiiir? of parliament to- day by Lieut-Governor yir Fitz- Patrick. The admits that the present system of bser anil v.'in? iH-eu.s-ss ami tlu- of spirituous liquors by prescription in Montreal t and tlie Scott Temperance' Act in I other cities of the province, has been j a failure, and proposes itself to complete control of the traffic. The speech. Indicitos that a nev: railway will be! constructed from ihG Heavy Fighting Between Greclu and Now Going on in Asia Minor ROME. botweon j the Turki ,Oreuks is reported inil tho Meander Rivnr region of Ailall Minor. Many wounded havo In Smyrna. The Greeks started tho attack but the Turks pierced tlio Greek lines in suveral Tho arrival of King Constantino In Asia Minor is repurteti to immi- nent. Big Session Takes Place This Week in Talk Politics BRANDON, Jan. Canadian preparations for the annual provincial convention of the heart of the Tgmlstamme dlitrlct to j Unlled of Manitoba, to open 8V5- i here Wednesday, were made today terns of tlte Dominion in lurtheranca i vhen the held a there are young trees growinE close together. It is womlerful how he can in and out and around j "Oh. and about among them. Peter Rabbit, watching that raca Whitey turned suddenly alighted I cultural demonstration farms is also life, was EO excited it was all he could do to keep from dancing up and down. He did venture to sit up straight as to see better, business down on a stump on very edge of. that i promised. little thicket and' down try- ing to see under those protecting branches. Jumper ivas safe! It was That feViov; has tho eud of the race. here." muttered (Copyright, 1921, by T. Peter as he watched Whitey S.WOOP j and just miss Jumper. "He belongs! The neit story: up in the Far Nortli. It must b2 j Freely at Last." a. hard winter np ther? to brin.t him j down here.' And I ilon't sc-e what he is doing over here in the Green j ist. The last tiir.3 he was down here I ihe didn't tfe-t .far from the Big River. I likes open country best. It must she that lie just happened over here and caught sight of .lumper. Ob. Idear, I do hope Jumper will find a I sjfa hiding place! It would be drs.iii- lul to have anrrhinK happen to Cous- in Jumper! Oh-h-h." That tast exclamation was caused by a swift swoop by Whitey. For just I a second Peter could see only YViiUey. j His broad wings hid Jnmpo- com-j (pletely. It looked aa if this time he Aad caught Jumper. Then a white 'form shot out to one side. It was Jumper. .lust in the vary nick time he had dodged. Whltey's great winsa braehed ths snow. With won- derful q.o.'clniMS hs had turned and Peter Breathes The speech further announced that a bill establishing a board of arbitra- tion to prevent strikes among police- men, firemen and other public em- ployees will be brought down, while group insurance system and exten- sion to the Pension Act for outside government employees will be submit- ted. The government also announces tho i Thursday's sessions construction of a bridge to connect j the civic bureau is making prepara- tions to find room for the delegates expected to arrive during the day. The political committee meets tonight at 7 p.m. when resolutions on both pro- vincial and federal political questions TvilL be drafted for presentation to the resolution committee which meets at 8 p.m. That discussion over the pro- j posed wheat pool will not be unani- "mous is indicated by talk in the hotel lobbies. Delegates appear to be di- vided on the question. Federal poli- tics occupy an important place in ad- vance discussions. Both these mat- tors will Ue before the convention at the United Farm the mainland with the Mand of Mont: j Wonien of Manltoba opelled today real at He Perrot, on the road to Ot- i tns ,.ity hall wjth nearly 200 dele. I gutes in attendance." Tne financial position of the prov- ince'vill show, the speech stated, that revenue continues to exceed expendi- Peasants Charge Extortion and Trouble Destroyed MansWodd Rather Have Byng LONDON. Jan. blood-1 shed has resulted from the noting of j the peasantry in the Rai Bareli -lis-1 i tvict, southwest of Lucknow, India, IAs Governor General, Former after Jumper again. And now Peter saw such running as ie had never seen before. Juniper was head for a little Ibidtet of hemlock trees, together that once fcensafn their r-prsading branches .he would he safe. But it was quite a dl.stance away. Would he ha able to mul-.f, it? Would day. reported in news dispatches to- Strong reinforcements of armed Canadian Commander is the Preference police have been sent to the affect- ed region where parties of villagers have been travlllng-aboBt, destroying TORONTO, Jan. crops and causing other damage. The caption "Buraham or Byng" close miiitary is being held in readiness Imt says this morning Fein Leader Loved By Parishioners _ as One In- cident Shows will not be used except as a last re- sort, it is declared. The cause .of the trouble is said to "If the question as. to who shall be the of crown in thia country, is to be discussed pub- be the efforts of the landlords to sup-' Hcly In the Northcliffe fashion it is lie? One instant Peter was sure he I press "Soviets" established by the perhaps well to Say that 99. out out and the next was aura he I tenants who alleged that they have every 100 Canadians would rather He held his breath. And I Deen certainty of tenure ot their, Lord Byng than Lord Burnham. irltu all his might lie hoped Jumper, ]anlj holdings and have been forced commander of the Canadian Would reach that place of safety. If wishes could have given Jumper greater speed Peter's wishes would given it to him. Whitey tho Sncwy Owl saw Just Jumper trying for and he himself did h3s very best in the way of flying. He was hungry. He was very hungry. He couldn't recall be- ing hungrier than fce was right then. And there m front of him was splen- did dinner, the finest kind of a din- ner. Bat if Jumper reached that to submit to illegal eitortions. CARDINAL GIBBONS IMPROVES I troops, Sir Julian Byng came very i closely into touch with the young I manhood of the Dominion. He under- i stands the Canadian people and BALTIMORE, Jan. I lieves in the great destiny of this Gibbons had a "pretty fair night's country. When he gave up the com rest" and his condition this morning was "virtually It was an- nounced. JOHN B. MicAFEE DIES LONDON, Jan. B. Mac- Afee, banker and director in many cor- thicket of young hemlock trees, he, porations and widely known in the Whitey, would to look elsewhere for a dinner mnd he didn't know where to look, for these were hard raE within one long jnm.p Juniper United States, died this morning fol- lowing an operation. He was born in St. Johns, Newfoundland in 1861. Mr. MacAfee was chairman of the board of directors ;of. the British Am- ef that little thicket. Whitey shptierican .Continental Bank -which SUB- of DuKering, Lansdowhe forward and down with his great I pended payment on January 6. Aberdeen and mand of the corps be advised 'that General Currie; a Canadian, thould be promoted. Thit gave evidence "of a desire to recognize the egual stat- us of dominions and imperial officers, which too few of the leaders' of the old army displayed. Lord Byng is a somewhat retiring man who might ,ba at a disadvantage beside Lord Burn- ham In the social whirl, but he has the restraint, and the dignity that fit him admirably for the great post occupied in times past by men of the calibre Stanley, rit They Go Back? Why -is it that thousands who cyiit coffee years agfo for Postum have continued using Postum. ever since 7 TEiese people could have gone back to coffee if they hadwant- ed- to. But they found Postum tobe a satisfying table-drink with a delightful coffee -like flavor, and entirely healthful If coffee disagrees, try POSTUM "There's a Reason" Canadian Postum Cereal Out. _______ Mall) [Father Michael O'Planagan, acting president of Sinn Fein, who se-nt the famois telegram to Premier Lloyd Gaorge asking him what steps ho proposed to make peace In Ireland be- fore fthristmas, is described by one who knows him as "the sort of man who would not hesitate to argue with the Pope himself." j "When he was curate of says Professor Robert Mitchell Henry i In "The Evolution of "Father O'Flaiiagan had taken a very active part on the side of Stan Fein In the East Cavan election, wben. Arthur Griffith was returned. "Soon after he was deprived by his bishop, Dr. Coyne, of all his fatuities as a priest, including the right to say mass. The technical offense for which he was punished was that of having. addressed meetings within the boun- daries .of thrlb parishes of the local parish priests, 'Everyone knew that the real rea- son for the punishment was not the technical offense, but the fact that'his speeches had been strongly, and even violently, Sinn Fein. "The people of Crossna retorted by shutting np the parish church, and re- fusing to allow mass to be said in It by anyone else." After the Easter rising of 1916, Father O'Flanagan took Eamonn de! Valera's place.' I In appearance, he (3 Described as a! smiling man in early middle age, with just a suspicion of silver in his jet- black hair. His conversation is easy and witty, and on the platform he is an effective speaker, with a crisp com-' mand of epigram. RYLANDS C1 A RUMMAGE bALL The One Big Thing Everybody is Talking About! xDON'T MERCHANDISE OF HIGHEST QUALITY AND ATfcEDUCTIONS OF FROM 25 TO 50% ON MANY LINES OF WANTED EVERY-DAY MERCHANDISE. NOT A SELECTION OF A FEW ARTICLES HERE AND THERE AT LOWERED PRICES, BUT EVERY AR- TICLE INOUR BIG STORE IS REDUCED FOR 10 DAYS. RAILWAY EMPLOYEES ISSUE WRIT AGAINST DOMINION CONGRESS TORONTO. action was taken yesterday by the Canadian Brotherhood oi Railway Employees iS the Trades and Labor gi-ess of Canada, A. TJ. Moshc-r, presi- jf dent of the brotherhood, announced jj last night. The action 18 to test the legality of tl'.n congress' action in revoking the .Jiailer of the brother- hood ffie ground that it was a dun! orgnniaation. "The instructions of the brother- hood's executive Carl Flahcr, our attorney, was to iasun tho writ yester- day. presume he has done so. unless there baa been some delay." said Mr. Mosher. "There is nothing I fresh in the writ. Our case is well kmnvn to the organized labor move- ment." JUMPS HIS BOND ST. PATM., .inn m_A bond of given by thr> Fidelity and De- posit company of New York for the appearance of Harry Rahlnovitch, Winnipeg and lleglna merchant, was ordered forfeited by Federal Judge Wilbur Rooth today after local coun- sel for Rabinovitch announced to the court that ha wns unablo to get Into communication with the defendant or his attorney. Lcvi Cook, Washington, anil asked fir a romimmnco. The judge, however, said he would enter- tain a motion to reinstate Ihe bond If nablnovhch were brought Into court, within a few days. Rabinovitch is one of o-lg'il men charged II- i? here. OVER IN MERCHANDISE To be given away absolutely free to the persons making the nearest guesses to the correct number of pennies in our window, the following prizes will be given: and Hudson Seal Fur Third Georgette Blouse, hand I at pe valued Fourth val: Silk Underskirt, valued Velour Coat, with beaver collar, valued at..... To the next nearest estimates a pair of silk hose valued at per pair. An estimate card given with a purchase of or over. Come in and try it, you may be a prize winner. You may be a lucky one. Put an estimate in today. COTTON HOSIERY 500 "pairs of good full fashioned Cotton Hosiery, in black, white, and few pairs of brown. These are values worth up to 90c pair. Ryland's Rummage Sale, pair..............___ UNDERSKIRTS A real sale of Unilerskirts that will mean real savings to you. These are floral sateena and plain heatherbloom skirts that Bold at Ryland's Rummage Sale, Moire Underskirts, in black only, uifiile from best quality English moire. Regular Ryland's Rummage Sale, COMFORTERS These good big Comforters are all size 72 x 72 and aro made from good Quality of materials in fancy floral designs and filled with good quality of cotton." Reg. for.. Keg. Comforters for.. Reg. Comfortejsfor.. CHILDREN'S COMBINATIONS We have placed all our Children's Combina- tions on one table. There are almost all sizes, and the values are Eyland's usual good value that we havo sold all season. Values up to S3.50. Ryland's Rummage BOYS' SWEATERS Not a very big range left but the- quality is all to the good and there is a very good range of sizes. Eeg. Sweaters Reg.' Sweaters Reg. Sweaters LADIES' NIGHT-DRESSES A nicely made and roomy Flannelette Night Dress, with high neck or round neck All sizes. Regular J3.00 each. Rummage Sale, Another line, trimmed with Uce, and but- ton crimmed. Regular J3.50. Rummage Sale, WHITE FLANNELETTE Aitother bis special in'fine White Flannel- etto suitable for all sorts of underwear, etc. One yard wide. Value worth 60c. Ryland's Rummage Sale, 45c LADIES' COMBINATIONS Not a poor garment in the lot ind all are standard make and just .what is wanted in styles and present wear. Values up to suit. Ryland's Rummage Sale, WHITE FLANNELETTE 500 yards of good heavy quality White Flan- Deleltc bought many months ago at a good price. Full inches wide, and value worth 55c. Ryland's Rummage Sale, 40c FLANNELETTE BLANKETS These are the second largest and make a .good useful, easy to launder sheet for win- ter use. In white only. Regular value. Ryland's Rummage Sale, pr. LADIES' SWEATERS Our entire stock of Ladies' Pullover and Coat Sweaters, and in one lot. Values up to J18.00. Ryland's Rummage Sale, FLANNELETTE BLANKETS Tlies? the largest size made anil will fit tho bed mada. Your choicu white or gray. Regular. pair. Rylandis Rummage Sale, SHEETING We have always beon proud of our values in Sheeting ami during our sale we are going to make some big specials in Sheeting. We have S x 4 and 9x4 plain Sheeting, sold regu- larly at yard. Ryland's Rummage Sale, 90c yard Regular SI.50 value. Ryland's Rummage Sale, yd. WOOLLEN CAPS We have divided our Caps into three lota so as l.o make them easier handled. Lot No. 1, values tit Rummage Sale Price, Lot No. 2, values at Rummage Safe Price, 75c Lot No. .1, vdluea at Rummage Sale Price, 60c ONLY SIX MORE DAYS. RYLANDS CO. THE DAYLIGHT STORE ;