Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
bAn.Y BELGIAN MEMORIAL UNVEILED IN LONp: M '.'L A memorial to Belgium was unreUed recently on the Dumas Embankment London b) Princess Clementine: So Swedish Business Man Not Rtady Tor OUlside Business i i 10NDON Oct. riicn :usafa ate prone to orei-optlmlstlc regarding immediate Irade pr" peels country, according cto a stalemcht made to The PreSb col-res pondent whi bj the qnl} foreign then" iqf Sifetia for the 'nifpose of developing trade relations with tie bolsheviki This man Henttk Torablom Swede who represented American and Swedish, con6ern5 id Omsk Siberia for eight sears previous to the HUE alan revolution returned to soviet Siberia durmK the past His plan nas to arrabgojor the ex change of Swedish farm njachlnerj o! -vofl fcax FOSTER IS A VICE-PRESIDENT GENEVA, Nov. (jeo. Poster, Canadian Minister ot trade and was elect- ed a vlce-presidehtv of the League of Xalions on' the first ballot It b> v v 1 resident ibis after TO to Locale Missing Link" in Chain bf "j Evolution Indulged in by Artists, Music lans, PolUiclans and Wi-lcii goteriinent Is starting a campaign against the ing drufe habit which "with the coai in drags h'is lakehta hold k. Pdjrers, are being sored liy the American Museum oi Na'iiral liislory which .will eel foHli for C'litia next Februa j mil search not o :h for fossils ol the ape man re gardcd bv biologists as tbe "misslhg link in the chain of evolution Wit will Btvid) tlie aboriginal tribes nqv said be Cast In Cblua We kiorf'as litlle aliout Eohio of the llifln'f natives h9 fossil hi torv country Rov Obaii mail AhdrevVa will lead tha ex peaition I one Kefcre the Chinese nrrived Qftina fas inhabited ibof iginal tribes, vviiich were pushed south an1 est jubt is the Indians weie driven westward n eu advanced across tlie Ariettcali com! nenl -IWnmanlB oE nearij fO of these tribes tucll "S Mnsos LisoS jnd others rapMly d am' riving he found the araoifntj.; of goods available fdf export far be. 1? low he had expected, and thai1! the ivailable had been stored for jears, many ot ihc bales of bides, a new law1 to increase he penalties of those engaged increased enor hvalng become because of Improper handling -Ted thousand tods of raw material mainly wool and bides, available Jbi1 expori from all Siberia wa- Mr Torn Worn s' estimate aftef his investign 6niak v Rafr materials bet tin the stories sent broadcast through Europe and Americi of the sup plios of raw material slored'albng the Trans-Siberian mUav ill 16 be shipped to foreign countries In turn for goods are. myths War, revolution and the resulting chaos of the last three >ears has re mously of late, and a regular traffic In drugs is c med oil ui the less reput able cafes of tho Montmartre The pol'ce declare tint much dope Is smuggled through from German} mJ thai the cult 6f opium smoking I" grflmnt IB common 111 cfr clei ok Before the watr1- Eliborate been fi ied up in rasn ionable ctreelfe to which come tlie. most cosmopolitan clientele Trench men and wbmcn Americans from both north-nnd.. south "America. Hal inns i Spaniards and Tnglishmcn galbor at night under thp quiqt at tention hf a-.1 patient to dream till morning There iro artists musrnns politicians njd g tbein, attracted ns often by tho nr ihn and the Interest of the society as by tile thom he has hunted Andrew b said thcj tro totally unlike Oluuoao having tall and sickle long! ppt-lcnn olber ehar acterislifB ot CaucxRlan vlood Mr Andrews Eojs that acieatiffc njeu are now Biireed in ;tiie belief; that the oldest prehistoric remains Off man and of manv betels Ho aome- within the great Ctnlral Asia Datenu where few vrlill" men tic have over penetrated. .One of the reasons why litllo" Is n ot Clnnns fossils and thqae of interior Asia Is that material of sort is c-ire'ully conceilcd by the j Chinese dragons bones ind use them for medicinal purposes, said Mr. Andrews One result expected Is iion of Americans In a knowledge of Iho immense continent across the Pi cific, heJior success or failliroi meets tho attempt to find 'the ing, hundreds specimens of Asiatic nnlirlnl and plafi( lite are to be collected and brought 1b America. These It la planned to plactf in the proposed of'Asl- attc Life in this city. Hunts for wild animals nianj- Vjj't which tho explorer hopes to bflilg. alive to the United States will, furnish cxcltomenl. In a corner of the Gobi" Desert nre herds of wild horsoj, on Ihe-Tibetan steppes are enormous Yak, leopards and gir.nt pandas! I In China Is Iho Takln, a slfanga like anlinal a veritable 'eolden' CAPTAIN LOSES LICENSE AS MASTER AND fleece' tant roams the hlgheU ____ tain valleys and represents im lnler-[ mediate stage between the; antclrtilo anrt the goat, says Mr. Andrews. "-f- Hcadtiuarters for the oiaOBltlon-are to bo at Peking. The work of tlie i expedition Is to continue for five The first year wlUba devoted to stud- ies in palaeontology and zoology-.In The second year the wOrk Is" to be carried Ihlo Mongolia, with geol< to the Hold staff. Thon; for the next lllree years tho ciUife. force will lit Scattered in widespread sections of. Asia. H fs seldom ilint a his'' Ideal woman. Jle nlayl-iina biit only to discover alSo hoai.htV ideal. Xov. 18.-Capl, Harry A.'HIgglns, master of the con- crM6 'steamer Cape; which waa sunk off tteiVporl, October 29, with a loss of 17 llfcs In a collision with the Savannah liner City of Atlanta, was found guilty 'of violating pilot rules, nnskllf'jlncss and criminal neg- ligence by the local board ot Ihe United Slates steamship .inspection service today. The hoard ordered Captain license as master and pilot. revoked.- ARRANGE DAY ARMISTICt- IIAftEIN', Manchuria, N'ov. rangrments for a five-day i h6- twecn Ihe Holshevlh and the followers' of General -Hemenoff who haro .been] engaged in fighting near hatel hcdn made by ThQ Japanese der In this Chinese and Jap-' ancse Iroopj are prepared (o Jointly: defend the Jlanchtifiaii frontier should j ffg'fifliig Iro1 renewed. I A sugar saver Every bit Datable, and economical in eineiy lour grocer sells SUITS AND OVERCOATS ON SALE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AT SACRIFICE PRICES Suite, i-cgit'tii S35 Sale Suits, regular Sale Sale Suits, regutei ?50 gale McKELVIjE McQUlRE'S entire stock of high grade CLOTHING, SHOES, UNDERWEAR, SWEATERS, etc., big reductions for wtek- end selling. Wfe must reduct owe stock. That's the whole I story, ahd we to SACRIFICE PROFITS border to do it. YOU'LL FIND SUITS priced so low they repre- sent no profit to us Suits, regular Saie Suits, legulai Sale Stilts, legulai Suits, regluat Sale] v Suite "regultu Said 7SAVE ON THESE OVERCOATS A Men's ukter overcoats, in askorted tweed patter hi, pldin fthd bfeltcd ntodolt, storrn Oyeicoatsrtegulai I'egulai Sale legulai Sale OVeicOKts, legulai 00 Sale icgulai Sale i-egulai 00 Sale Oveicoats, legulai S50 00 Sale Oveicoats, legiilai ?56 00 Sale Ovei coals, legulal Sale Sale Oveicoats, legulai ?70 00 Sale tegijlat Sale, 'SAVINGS IN MACKINAW COATS Mackinaw Coats Sale 00 Mackinaw Coats Sale k Mackinaw Coats. Sale Leathei' Coats, reg-ular ALL.WBATHER COATS Rubbeiizect lining, stoim proof and lain proof. Regular Sale Regular Cbats. Sale Leatherette Coats, regular Sale UNDERWEAR PRICED LESS TtiAN MANUFACTUR- ER'ISCOST Heavy. Underwear, 'in Stanfield's aiid other "makes. soiled. So to" :f Sale 25 Per Cent. Off Heavy Ribbed Coat Sweaters 25 Per Cent. Off All felt Hats Shoes Underpriced for Week-end Selling 'i Ba'js. Regular Iii calf jeathel' lined, and 'dark 'Reg. up Any pair Geo. A. Slater Shoes, in black. Any pair Geo, A. Slater Tan Shoes. Regular Sale '.I....., SALE IS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY. BE MERE EARLY A NR SAVE. McKelvie "M's McGuire Largest Distribulors of Men's Wear hi SoilthetTi Alberta.