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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2C, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HgRALD Estimated Between Thirty and Forty Million People Need Help SHANGHAI, Oct. Villirjna hayO cd here to the general fuiid raised !u various centres la China to provide re- liei for the inhabitants qf a. spread over seven provinces In north ern China Where crops failed and populations were starving lo death. H nas, estimated the famire tho! worst Chiiia has experienced ju u half Ha grip upon between and per cent, of iiormal. While organizations were be- ing formed In Peking., and. .otjier cen- tres and the Chinese., government had sot In motion ponderous and slow about 40 leading Chinese organliejl.- the Seven Frov- luces Famine IXcKtf' Association and within a week' had received 'contribu- tions amounting to a little ICES than -'t" Foreign'aUJ.iqMb.fe' campaign for funds mass meeting that was-attended by'-representatives of the American "and liritlsh Cham bers of Commerce, the "American As soclatlon of China and "a.number of other foreign organizations. A torn mlttee appointed., at.this, meeting working with the "executive body o ihu Chinese Relief. out curled .through (be genera f BUklo Ci least s.um 'Ame'rica that Shanghai should it I less than! Report of Expedition' to South America Nearly Many Fossils'Found t BALTIMORE, Md., Nov: Re- sults of .Iho George Huntingdon Wi! palgn which began In Sfp'ember was to be contiuued on Into December which was Bent to Chile, d Peru lu 1019 b) tho ill) for the pur tho histors "of tho Acdo Me searching for pre-hlstorlc remains -nhich tend to throw light, upon hlslorv of South .tbe-early hive been U1JUU UXTlMCUil Ultu UIA1, i W.----VJIIV, w. of peoulo vho faced a north country j tno jnj icst lived revolutions In the vi luler after a tun estcnlv about eight (lnstorj of Mexico lias, just been put b) the government In the slate a colonel in the SiSpubtetoD, Berrv, MEXICO C1TV, of of the Department of Geology Head of PAN-GERMANS ADVOCATE ALLIANCE AVITH.BRITAIN IN, Oct. 12.-W America, is considered the chief fae- German elements are agitating an economic. alliance with .England as the only way in whichTCermany': can. regain her pre-war fcopynerclal pres- the two nations. jMalron-in-Chlet Mac Don aid, of then CJV.M.C., who Is now; visiting Ontario.: reckon In the newspapers discuss at length the problem of allaying what .they Bay is an unabatlag anti-German feeling among the English. ,-i The .Kreuz Zeitlng, the old.organ of editorial: al ige. The radical the con- the'monarchists, nr, edito servativcs believe the'European sih "If liave .In forelgu _. uation has made such a uiion not only cousldercSi areSurg- I am will .meet lug that ancient hates be forgotten the earnest opposilloiv of many and an understanding reached between of my comrades wheiU suggest an al PAGE FIFTEEN 1 lance with England, which has. done everything lo destroy la. spite ot It 1 hazard to recommend with England on the loilow ing jfreuudo 'Tolitics are not" founded too. sym- pathies. That is the Irst lesson that the honest German" should learn -with ten fo' lov.ei-s annouucliit, that he the lauguird ot the of Reconstruc lion which. as going to topple the present government Word was sent to the garnton i ear "Montorev and that evening Arlzpe and his men were and -A si-nrisa the next mor nlug the colonel nas shot ills men nho appeired lo be more' :d in getllus someth ng to eat 01 erlhrovilug a government _. erica aucl the same varieties of fos- Dr Bern, prote sor. ot tIjB lancl arounj the south and Dr J T aid Jr professo-j ,e and tho character ot the, economic geoio-y at Johns Horn rocls )n both Solltj, America amTAn-i liins both of whom were of was proof that the two laud I the expedition, have been working alljmisseg {Ormeriy connected.-. Andes Quite Young Among other Interesting discoveries KIS Ihat Ihe Andes 'Mountains, about which little b.d_beeu known beforej were from five (6 twenty million years ounger than the "rocks around Balti- summer over the mass of material and copious note jcqllcctcd m South America, and brought tbe matter into such'shape .that an au- nouncemen1 of the results of the ex ncdltlon might be made. One of the mobt interesting discov THE QUESTION OF -THE HOUR! Without question we can serve you well. Our exceptional facilities are at your disposal. the ag. 'in 01 en ironmg a soteiimrem .LUO ,m allowed to depart unmolested on the mainland ot South Am The Practical Work of a'fylining School. that tli" expedition nuili nasun more Dr Dorr) said that tho rocks doubted evldcnca thit South America [Comprising the western range of the was connected with the Antarctic, rcg 'Andes were ol or i> land nn ses that "below i five million Tears old. The eastern that I range of the mountains was of the Paleozoic Silurian and Devonian and were, formed about twenty million >ears ago -The actual uplift- into mountains oc- urrtd la ver> recent times, probably not long before the men of the old stone ago appeared in Europe. He aid that geologically speaking, the Andes are the joungest large inoun- ain sjstem In the vorld. Included In tho numeroas geological ipecim'ens and fossil remains which he expedition brought home are large numbers of fossil seashells: found on .he Andes, Indicating that .the. strata .'ormlng the mountains were once sub- merged below the level, of the sea. Remains o_f a fossil flora, such as im meise ferns and other plants of the Carboniferous Age which help to make the cojl beds ot the region were found A few specimens, of large land -inlmals such as huge ground slolhs tooth tigert and other animals of a remote age'were found, but prac- tically none of the antediluvian reptil- ian animals were, discovered. 70c Chocolates, per Ib. per Ib. Chocolates, per Ib'.......... Plantation' Kisses, per ib. HERE IS A SNAP FOR SATURDAY Old Country Peppermint, per ib. Peanut- Brittle, per Ib. Silted Peanuts, t per Toasted Mafshmiillows, per Ibi................. Old Country Peppermint, "per Ib. Peanut. Brittle, per Ib. Toastid' Marslimallows, per Try a Box of Our Laund- ry Tablets AArnir 40c 40c 40c 40cN 55c 25 c. 40c T.H. SOME RECENT REDUCTIONS Plow, 98 Ibs 49 Sugar for delivery Monday, 20s 10s ...75c ...75c ...25c ...35c Potatoes, per 100 Gei-made, 3 Its .25c 10'lbs Bacon, by the piece, Ib Jap 1, 2 Ibs for............. RollecrOats, 8s Tubes Pearl Barley, per jb Green per Ib r...................15c- 'a very fine lot, per Chase per Ib ..-........70c Fi-y's Cocoa, per IbHiu .35c Brookfield Butter, per lh..................65c DELIVERY J. A, Johnston PHONE 1314 13TH STREET NORTH (1) Mining stodcnts rcodj to go uadergrouud In coal mtai Students tnunliilng the great Una slide Tmtto Moonriln, Allrtria. ages and thus acquire at leut ir part of the money needed to meet ,Not Tory many years ago a great -many people looked on an education ths Univevlty aa unnecessary and ptrhips even harmful for -a youns proposing'to enter business or rnsuiufacturing.: The old professions ,Vot and the Church of 'course, F: manded' college training; but fitness for success In even the g'rcatesl lu- dustrlal. or engineering undertaklnga be best gained-by apprenticeship in an office .rpr works, and Ihe at fo'urteen to'rua errands andswdcp out tie ofHco .was often lauded as 'having outdistanced his rich nejgh- rJor 'who four ..or. five years In learning a lot of theory, and Vtti It acquired habits of luxury, and la sense of bis own superiority lo (other Tho abovo belief waa due la part "ito'Ignp'raneo of what colkgo life 'really IB, and In part M'a failure 10 between tho old and new 1 methods of'teaching. -Fortunately SI, llrno has cleared-away much of this misunderstanding and has proved to all observant people thai nothing can equal a sclcntlrio education ss a "parallori for any branch ol adywcci i Industriau'work, but It is doubtful 1 'now'Iho "'public understands just what IS done by our UnlvcrsUU In'training youns 'men for tho En Klnccrlng.Profession. i perhaps no .clearer-Illustration.o tho modern method can bi) founc than In the 'teaching' ot Mining En nlncering for a McOlll. 'The students begin the! in October'rind 'spend r.ovci clasacs In J.lathc Physics, anrl other [uadamcn In carRrlns out elt mcnlary, exfcrirmnta In tho labora lory, Then, ntlef'i.hp spring 1 nations go lo a fattp In th ''0 practical surrcyin fot four weeks, ends Ibcl "oaligftfory wor'x for Iho year, but the t re urircd id spSiul at least Iho main part' of tho'iacntlon In Machine or on Ou.rvcys or ctiicr cri- enterprises, anil It Is ;slC- nlflcanl'o! llio curncil spirit of thn elr next year college expenses. The second year is similar to the rst, except )hat 'tis1 work both" icoretlcal and practical is more ad% these first two years ara.. ha same for all Engineering students' p branch of tbo' sub- eot thoy propose to practice; but m third year, they, ;speclallil, and miners gjye a considerable part._ f their time to Mineraiogy, Geology, le. The practical work at.the end, 1 this year is still further zed: and IB In the form ot a travelling chool. Sleeping cars are or'a month or more, a diner ls..en- laged'. when and- the ,iarty .accompanied by-.a .professor and: a small group of. competent in- tructprs, Is'taken to.some'lmportant mining district. Aboiit pneT-flfth of" he Is gireh to practical Held flflh .to'vialts ,to Ore Dressing and .Metallurgical; plsntf, and tho visits lo mmes'carefully.selected In advanco so that tho widest possible lijcsl ica. .80. p.c, exporlcnco can be gained, Tho stu- dents go undtrsround, spend Ihelr ,lme watching, and. If possible wp-k- ng, TriUi the regular, each day after returning to their travdl- llns homo they compare experiences and write up notes, under direction; of tho staff, At ono end of thc- sch'ool proper ail of tho men are given opporliinltleai.. f6r employment [or Iho remainder in Iho mlric.1 visited, arid thanks to the hroad-mlndeduess of our Canadian Mine (many of old McQill nradiktcs) 'tho students thus gut invaluable-evpertence, and at tic tne lime.earn very substantial pay. ...Ths-value "of suramer school can only be fully ap- preciated when -th6 men .returiV to collcgo for Ihflr fourth bnd finaJ year, which a study of the advanad lechnrtlogy of Hatlcr.s .which .might ..otberwlso rtlfflcull (o understand nro apprcclilcil, the Interdependence of theory and practice nre clear, anrl Iho students: cofflplete Ihel? coursorwdh n raorc'raalurA bnl j.nreil uiulerstandlng of their pfofua Finest ctnd Most Varied Assort- ment of Things For Christmas We Have Ever Carried "-f'-'-iU" fc aH ages for every preference and that will make It will be easy to iieliiction, for any gift acceptable and useful. an-1 at (3) Sltidcnls operating n Hocli TJrill at I'liocnJit, li.C, than could possibly bo attained, Iry, amount either of study or of' practical alone. This Mining Field School wa.i-ln.< stitulcd alMcOill over twenty aso .and has since been carried on wlthotil interruption, cscfcpl thai it was curtailed during the war. Tho extent of ground covered miy 15e' gathered from the'fact that Hrittsh (Jolumbll has been Vlsiled r.4 than ten limes, Nova Scotia six, New- foundland twice, Mlchteari 'and other United States mining districts threo of while Cobalt, Porcu- pine, Sudbury and other nearer min- ing fields, almost always louche') on the way to more distant parts, The Illustrations which accompany thlsarllcle" hare been chosen to show lighter side of. the excursions, and H la needless to add thai no pan ot the- course'at McOlll la more puular than Iho FORBOYS AND GIRLS Toys, Games, Dolls, Doll carnages, Kid- dy. Sleighs, Coaster ,Wa n s, Skatesiin good var- iety. f FOR OLDER PEOPLE A nice assortment of Hand Painted China, Cut Glass, Brass, Goods, Jardinier Dishes, Mahi cure Sets and-j 3-Splehdid Will be offered and drawn for at Christmas Time again this year. Starting -a coupon .-vyiljlje given with every dollar cash purchase, entitling the holder to a draw. These good prizes, _ 524-13th STREET HARDWARE ;