Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
TRAVELS THOUSANDS OF MILES ON FOOT AFTER A BIG PRIZE Montreal Man Has Already Cov- ered Greater Part of Globe An adventurous spirit blew ipto tha clly this TMTK'.XS In the person of Is on his fralshiac lap in coverbg a distance of miles on- foot-and- miles by different transporta- tion to via. a prlie of for.the The1 intrepid globu trotter in Wonreartz! Gerr.iany, on August 1st, and goC out iusi" tea.nituutes alter war iras declared. :Ho came to Swit- zerland nud tried to enlist in the 1'rench later in Kngland, but- l turned dowti owing to the ef- fects of an encounter ho had with a THE LETH8RIPGB' DAILY HERAID FUNERAL OF TERENCE MacSlNEY PAGE THIRTEEN' by and'the premiers of tho'various.provinces' through which lie.has wilh the sig- natures of the editors of Ihe various papers In tho ceiitres'he Ylslled. BIG IN'CRBASE IN GRAIN MOVEMENT Cclborne. Out., on April 33th, and walked -to Kdnibntoh- from- Port Ar- thur. '.From there: he- came- to Lelh- bridge-afuMj-proceeding to Madeod )nan who accomplished the distance Jon by transportation lo Athletic Association of Paris. Foouver. He carries credentials signed. The globa h'ojtler.'vr'tis-Bqm. la hec City on January'.ls.t, 1S95, and took up the made by Sir. Herel'to prove "that It does not ueed a capitalist Jo; make, the tour tho worhTarid that any. one can ac- coinplUh diiit of perseverance and depending on himself to.pay..his way. Thibaudeau has already gone a dlslacce ot ct: i distance of miles by transporta- tion through Canada, the United States, ,'Mexlco.. .Uruguay, Paraguay, Argentina, Eng- land, Ireland, Sweden, Nor- way, Denmark, Fran ce, Belgium, Uer: Austria-Hungary, Spain, Portu- gal, Italy, India but the war forced him back home- from'Bombay, India, .In 1917. He Is now resuming the'icter- rupted jonrnejv challenge. Some 25 of them died on .the way, boing devoured'by wild ani- mals or otherwise disappearing. On Januarj'j 1917, Ihere wer2 .left. One of these gave up in Delhi, January IGth; 1517, and the other on March this yqar, ovring to ill health. started from'Vancouver, JIay'lsl, 1912. The trip has to bo con- cluded by May-lst, 1S25. He has yet to go to Japan, Australia, and through Asia and Europe to Paris. Grain movement from Southern Al- fa erf a daring the-past feu- days has shown a clectdeii Increase. Tho aver- ago Idng time fall was in tlie ncighUorhood of cme hundred aud tweuty-fiyc cars and last week ll took a slump bul has recovered, Tho aver- age fur the past few days has beeii one hundred and sixty-five cars a day Commercial coal has been moving al o TOXINS AND "ANTI-TOXINS" "The Britlsli constitution works out in though somo in- consistency Elill links its principles uelow." ..Thomas (and L.) Hardie. stirred tho Cameron clan To rise, and fight like ...well'. MAY CONFER WITH HANNA IN TORONTO WINNIPEG, Nov. in the dispute (between n.H. Hanna president of the and the cm ployees, over, his be shifted from 1 Winnipeg to-Toronto H. .B. of Uh'6 w'esterh-joint Vcommittee i charge of local Mr. Barker also-announced that al international presfderits heard fron had agreed to nominate dents of the various' organizations lo cated in the con ference, believing that, as the puto was of a purely.Canadian pollt cal nature, thss'e meV would ho in a better position to handle it. Actual'decision as; to- where Ihe conference' -Vill not 1 e made known'for a day or two, but s the offices-o_f President .Hanna are cated-in tern men ex- ressed tliems'elves-i'as; willing to eet the eastern committee there, roviding this was the Trish of the lajority. r SEVEN MILLIONS .IN DIVIDENDS PORCUPINE. Out., Nov. 20. "paid by the ure- j clous metal mining compan- lea in this.district of Teinis- -liumlug will exceed for the'calendar year 1920. -fr The increase "will'ig.ua! 1920. least S600.000 over the amount yald In CI New York Paper Doesn't take To Give Former King's Brother Army Command ATIIKVK. AM ministers accredited to the (.reek Much Stock in Inquiry' Into Irish Affairs NEW YORK, Nov. (Canadian The York In an editorial this moining, doubts it aay cr Funeral of Terence MacSwiney passing through the streets of Cork. The casket, draped in the flag of the Irish Republic, Is being carried on the shouMers of soldiers of the Irish Hepublican army. government liave called officially on George Rballis, the: premier of tho de facto government ot Urcece, la rumored that the chief command of the Creek army will given to Prince Andreas, brother of former (ing Constantine. General amnesty lias been granted to about 100 German-trained Greek army officers who had been interned on the Island of Crete on charges hat they had delivered Macedonia over to tho Bulgarians during the war. These officers are returning to resume their places in the army. BELLEVUEPERSONALS (From Our Own Correspondent.) BELLEVUE, NOV. B. C. Mc- Donald of Calgary was a business visi- tor here this week. The dance In; the I.O.O.P. hall on Friday night'was well attended.. Posters are out advertising a- Dig sale of work to Ho held in tho Metho- dist 'church the last of November. So come and bring your purses. Mr. Stephen Newton who has been on the sick list for some lirao left Thursday night for the sanitarium at Bpwness Park, Calgary. WorLy Walker wli'o spent some time in Montana returned to' camp this week. Mr. J.acey returned to camp this week after a business trip to Mon- tana.. Mrs. Littleton ot'CowIey is visiting in camn for a" few days the guest of Mr. amlMrs. A. Wells.- The nelleyue Young People's club tas been organized again and on Thursday, they had a social evening In their club room to which a goori hill-lop fire >Sumniqris' those doughty HIelan' To-do--their Chlot's desire.. i and the'-kllt, Dirk, 'broadsword and claymore. The pipe's ivild skirl and plaintive nit, .The pomp of-Gaelic war. .Are now but splendid memories, Scottish breasts 'That spirit lies, As opr guld -Mayor attests. Ho never funked a fair fight yet, He'd .rather scrap than cat; His blood from fiery fathers fet Soon warrms to fighting heat. ,-Ile swifty shifts an attitude, Offensive And when he has no fight nor feud On hand ....one's in suspense. He.fain would chain the energies 'Of and tongue; }lut for that "ultra" in He'd have 'em nil hamstrung. Ho scolded ns when turmed dobn His "Watter-meeter" bill; Blind were toon A Bung that made him ill. In conference with other Mayors lie learns of somo now lax, Adopts straight home repair To pllo it on our backs. Our Lochinvar from out the- "West -Iloda forth Into the Induced lliclr men" lo invest, liaised our "dough'-' with their I clalme'd'that'hc- farther and got But stay-at-homes like yon and mo Can but surmise and guess. Why link each city pay-list's rise. With W. IX L.'s name? Though "Uhief Comptroller of imp- piles" C. L.'s" lo blame. yet to Uko him and largo What other man I ask, Is heifer fitted to discharge Hls'blgl unpleasant task? No foeman (worthy ot his Has cast his gauntlet down; Unchallenged slauds this Scottish number turned out. Jack Brooks went lo Calgary on Thursday on business. Miss Newman, a teacher of the Believue school staff, who has been laid up for some time is, it is under stood now- well coveryv on the road to re- INCREASED RATES BRING SURPLUS.TO LONDON, Nov. Cana- dian Associated ef- fect of the recent increases En railway rates In the United King-, dom are reflected in a govern- ment 'statement 'showing a sur- plus of for the month of No previous return showeo a surplus, and even. In August the govern- ment's liability raljway opftr-- atiori for the whole of the United Kingdom was over two million pounds. It is estimated that the coal strike, a loss In earnings of' eight million pounds. x N. B. FARMERS EXPECT ANOTHER ELECTION IN THE PROVINCE SOON ST. JOHX, X. B., Nov. press says that "it s expected by-tne United Farmers hat thero will bo another general election In New Brunswick In the near uturo, and every county will be or- BLOOD 1 CALGARYV NfJlAN! S GET IT cadet corps of St. Paul's nrission church, on the- Blood In'dian" reserve, won the shield given .B, Bennett, K.C. for. competition aniong: rural corps. .Kvery boy which has proved the, best traiued in all the ruratj dlslrlcU'of a full blood Indian. .The 'shield-given by A II.'Mayland .was'won by the South Calgary junior High school and tho E. M. Adams shield by the Norma Practice school, Calgary. Men do a lot of unnecessary things Ih, this world aridr women say a lot of BOUGHT RAILWAYS AT FORECLOSURE SALE DENVER, Colo., Nov. sentatives of tho Western -Pacific lailway bought the properties of the jnnver and Rio- Grande Railroad at 'oreclosure sale here today.' The sale price was cash. The purchasers agreed lo assume obligations of tho Hlo Lirande. LAUNCH CANADIAN HARVESTER PORT ARTHUR, Nov. Canadian Harvesler, product of the Port Arthur Shipbuilding company, was launched at noon today. Mrs. Keefer, wife of Frank H. Keeter, M.P. for Port Arthur and Kenora, acted us sponsor.' The Harvester la 260 feet 'in length, 43-foot beam, and tons. The keel has been laid for "Number forty-sis" which will be launched lie fore the 1921. _ Anglo-'Aiuerlcaii relations will como from the operations of tbe'Americarj CoiuniUslou on Ireland, now hearing witnesses at Washington. Tlie newt- paper ajserts that tho majority of tho -100 meaibsrs of the com _ mittee are anti-British and Includes a few names which can bo regardeu :is 'representing u pro-KnglisU MDtl- ment as strong as the feeling of the majority faction. The minority pears altogether in the sub-committee which is conducting the hearings, paper says. The Times says .the truth is hardly likely to be elicited by a committee; all of whose members, are at the out- set biaspd same- way, and .calls JUDGE BR1TTON DIES AT ADVANCED AGE it a "picked committee." There is a; section of Irish in the United tho paper together, with .a huniv her of habitual enemies of Great Bri-' tain, who will deliberately use. the; inquiry to promote hato instead 01, peace- 19.--Tho dcalh oc- curred this morning at his homo here of Hon. Justice Byron MofTatt Brit- ton, C.M.G., who retired from.the premo court last January. Ho was joru in Gananoq.uc, September 3, 1833. He formerly represented Kingston in Lho House of Commons. HE FEARS SERIOUS ECONOMIC CONDITIONS MORE TROUBLE IN LABOR CIRCLES IN WINNIPEG WINNIPEG. Nov. Five more resignations from the Dominion Labor parly election alato bavo been an- the direct result-of tha split following tho meeting Thursday night. A special meeting is being called to attempt a settlement: SASKATCHEWAN Asks ITS NATURAL RESOURCES REGINA; Nov. Charles Dunning', provincial treasurer.- ha given notice of. a resolution.urging tho Dominion government, to transfer the natural resources to. tho province. MONTHEAL, the en- nual convention of the Canadian Rail- way Association held here yesterday, Howard Kellcy, president of the Grand Impressed upon tho railway officials present the seriou.s- nees of the'economic conditions which may develop during the coming; v.i.i ter and emphasized the need for maintaining the high standard of ,eflt- cieney of railways as a means of giving first aid to the business inter eats of the country III overcoming dlf-. flculties they may bo called face. K. Beatly, president ot the Can- adian Pacific Hallway, and D. Hahna, president of tie C. X. II., to- gether with about 100 other oiHclals wore present. MR. CALDER LAID UP WITH COLD OTTAWA, Nbv. prime minister is expected back in Ottawa tomorrow night.- Hon. J. who accompanied J Mr. ileighen through-the Is still confined to his. room with a severe cold. BOY OTTAWA, 'Albert Bchingli v.-ife of a well known Ottawa; resident has just given birth, to her twonty-rirst child, a boy.. Mother .and! baby are doing well. 5Ir. anu Mrs Schjngh wera years.' ago.' -The man who" begrudges an occasional hearty laugh Is the kind of miser. Polls Close on Dec. 1 BUT era Mr sSt Still I'Chloflain of 'our town." He ateered our storm-tossed ship Through fiscal shoals and fog. He'll sail her ono more "Ihree-year trip" If we log. Be.thou him, and Proclaim In clarion notoi: "AssomMo'npw-r'tls hla command Arid bring not dirks, but And when theso loyal "gathered clan's" Of Hardlo mountaineers, A Chieftain choose, you'll find the man's ail -''Pied" Doesn't Close Until Dec. 10 Ii is not too late to a story. All that is necessary is to have the story in possession of" The Herald on Dec i TO There Will Be Eight] Prizes Divided As Follows: ADULTS, s First Second 50.00 Third prize.......................... 3S.OO Fourth Consolation prizes, SCHOOL CHILDREN, Under 16 First prize Second .prize 30.00 Third prize 20.00 Fourth prize-----. .......-----r .10.00 Consolation CONDITIONS (1) Comretitlon will be con- fined lo bonafldo resldenls In Southord Alberta. m Stories must not eiceed words. (3) All stories must bo legib- ly written aud on ono side of paper. (4) In awarding marks for marit stress will bo placed on tho particular interest of. tho contribution nnd the particular narrative .form In which'it IJ written. Hegard will alap ho to literary and grammati- cal construction. Competitors must pot ?t- (ach name to the paper upon which story is written. Tho namo and address' aro to ba irrlUcn on a separata slip of paper. Tlio.Herald reserves tho right of using any o( tho etorles whether in tho prizo list or not. Alt contributions will remain Iho property of tho Herald. There will be thrco judges an- pointed to examine nnd decide on tho merits ot tho conlrihu- thns. Of theso two will ha from tho outside, and one- member o( the Herald editorial staff. Tha decision of tho judges will lu all cases be- final. Tbe competition Is open, with' out enlry tea. If you intend to compete, Herald Story Competition The Herald, Leth- bridge, at once.