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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHTEEN-' LETIIRRmGE.DAlLY HERALD CohirabusHas Rival' Skolp Is In Market Says, He Discovered America Here in Insure Young People To Pay Church Debt In Winnipeg WASH1XGTON, Oct. mauy persons disirovered America before ChrlslopUer Columbus? The latest addition to the line or, claimants is jou Sfaclp, u Norwegian explorer. 1-areen, a' [Xinfeh scientist IT bo has recently made a i port founded on researches of archives i of tlio middle a'fios, has completed n v.'ork which ho says proves that Skolp the Norwegian, "rediscovered ADierl- f pa" in, 16 years abead of Coluiivi bus and twenty years before John Cabot reached Strait 61 Hudson. Larsen uses 'the'term "rediscovered" considering that the original iHsccv-j erer was Leir KricksFpu. i iuan !n the year If00. Larseu's re-j searches develop, he says, that about j 1475 the King of Portugal seat a niess-j age fo the Kiug of Denmark and Xcr-[ ,way, Christian 1, requesting him lo 'Jit out au expedition awl to Qnd R sea .passage to reality Northwest "passage. An Did docu- ment to thut effect was fouud in the JDahlsii slate-archives. Tltu espedi- .tioii was headed by tha Norwegian-, tlermau. privateer-captain Diurik Kn-> ins and piloted by the Norwegian pilot; 3ou Bkolp, to whom credit is given: for having reached as far as dbr and found part of the actual inuice to Ihe Northwest passage. I In .an old t Sonnisli' geographical Vork" on America, first published in 51-52 by Francesco de Goxuara, a priest of Sevillit, it is mentioned that Labrador was reached for the pilot- by 'jolin Scolvup, {JoKiT This iu form a lion was' first matte j FRIDAY, OCTOBER 'lo, l'02fl the parents'sind, will'bo put into opera- tion In 11S9. (U'xt few weeka. So Keep your eyes open for announcements. A large MUiuoer'retiuired hlght school work and (hoy will bo followed up anil given assistance as soon as possible. Tno coutnUtteo indeed very-pleas- ed vrlih results as this 1i another step In putting into operation Mr. Fetley'n 1 ccnimimHisTride boys work program. The surrey of the boy life of brIOge carried on by the Boys Welfare Council dtirlns last week, BAD FORT COULONGE- has been .completed. The workers! Ott. thousand enthusiastic and completed their I dollar s. damage caused Wednes- work on time. Nearly all the cards day night firo swept the re In and the lists soon be made mam street of Couloage, Quebec, and destroyed tbe Coulouge House, the hotel, two Koruan Catholic schools, garage, (a general store and eight up and ali information received tabulated. Tho churches will then have placed in their hands a complete tho boys belonging to their! persons1 had nar- o? a( leatt'as having row eacapea forced into the that, church as their preference. Thus streets iu-night attire. V Urge cumber will be able to be brought Into our.Sun'day schools by a little follow up work. The great question re w.hetteir par- -wculd for their boy (to receive the "Y" privileges through church met with at least 95 per WAY OF REDUCING THE H( C. OF L. SALAMANCA, Spain. Oct. asperated over the high price Of food- and thus this largo pro-! (lour. Other grim has received the of) partly wrecked. stuffs a group of women raided a "shop yesterday ..---_ and' carried off f-acks of establishments were RAGS AND POTATOES VERY WET STUFF SARNtA, Ont., Oct. States' secret service men'W9rK- Ing In co-operation vyith authori- ties on this side of the border, last night ttoppod a it entered Sarnla tunnel, in tloji revelled that one a poted' consignment of talned 200 cases of whiskey, whlje another car contained 100 whltkey, I 'By Insuring 150 of the young people for 20 ieai endonment policies of J260 each, the members of Home Church, Winnipeg, have evolved noiel lo clear i debt tu 20 years with hardly, an effort ou.tta part of the congregation. _ Friendship Of nee is Soi After By Spain 1 Minister Asks Writ For Son Taking Car .For His Own Benefit Official and Private Committees [toy's arrest j the Reverend I R. Keen del-venng a ser 'mon Sunday mghi on theft, his eon a j ith his mtun o bilo which, had been 'left beforo the church, H was .when j the pastor out a'.warraut for iha L Xre Busy on This Question Your.g Ryan accouipabied era! uiher souths was said to be Uounti for Hhclngan hi car "My Loy needs Reverend Ryau, -MADRID. Sept. j an jiubiic by the Norwegian professor of tensive efforts are made .H E00li history (.iiEluv Slpnn "In Hut j privately and officially in Spain to 6 at, that time (bis par! of the history bring closer "together the relatidns'be- of Ibe discoveries "was still in its Prance "and this country. Large fau'e'y. and isolated as it was then the j r.umbers of Spanish-French connnit- infonuatlou naturally had to he tees-have been-formed principally in a Insson 33 d the It llUftS tO dO but 1s for the great cautjoti. Later on now the big cities with this object" in taatcrtai iyns found pointing in the .same' ilireclion. One of famous Elobc. datius from 1537 aiiiTniadD uy'the Dutch abil iuatheniatician. Gemma who out lhat North 'America was reacted in J475 by Johaunes Scolrus. Johannes Scolvaa is a name un- known in Norwegian liistpry. Dr. I.ar- sen the Norwegian surname Skolp, which means a man from the shores nr fishing places ot northern. Norway. His became own. times., but on ac- count oE not trace- able now, it was veiled iu obscurity and 'fprgoUeti.. >Tuo_ account- of x his '.voyage.imdou.bledly has iiillcaucc to other cxp_editioAB, wcglsii'as well us English and Portu- guese br Fndtjof Nanseu one of his scientific vorks has provcil that Lien 100 years later English were familiar, withHhc' expedition of Johannes Skolp, uainelv vheo vioV." A furtlier step iu this direc- tion -has jiiBt' been taken by tho' or- ganlzatioiruf. a congress iu Sau Sebas tian, societies mlltecs iu Spain and France working towards a belter- understanding "meet ihis'uionth to eTchange ideas. Three hundred (lelegatca willrat: tend, coming chiefly, from the cities of Toidqus'e and -San ScbEslian.. prac- tical method of bringing .about change. of ideas between the'-two countries will be.discussed, it is os- Iiected- thp delegates will lay the foundation, of .an International Federa- tion of societies to tho bonds-uniting the Iwo counlries., .L EYES BLOWN OUT pyyEIj; Oct. Iludi- Tilch's out'in an er- pioslph at has been placed'.un- paring for Martm Froblsher s to oer arrest chargeii with crlhiiharneg- Greeuland m 157G. llisenco in placing tho explosives.- NOBLE FOUNDATION BUILDS SILO ON ITS FARM (By F C Sidle) NOBLEFORD Oct In line with the latest development In farming the Noble Foun'datibn Is building a large silo on its Grand- view Farm. The silo movement Is spreading and as It goes bet ter returns follows. CITY AMD DISTRICT Salvation Army Councils Great interest is beins the importajil Salvation Army Young People's annual consreas- afternoon'at; 5 p.m. a ThauKsglvjng- dinner is provided for visiting dele- gates, soldiers' and friends, aud at S pAiL official welcome to Colonel F. Morris, chief .secretary for 'Canada west lakes place. AV. A. Buchanan, M.P., will preside, supported by rain: jsters-aud business men. On Sunday all day -in the Moose Hall three important meetings for the young people Vill-be couducted by'the Colonel, assisted by Divisional Offi- cer Major Alice Goodwin, and officers from: ModicJne Hat, Taber, Macleod, .Coleman and other 'districts. A good number pf-yuung delegates5are to1 these councils, A SUGGESTION The abundant health- giving properties VIday, October the da? before lire Pre- vention Pay proclaimed by President Wlispn, when the teachers aro expect- ed'to iniorm their imjiiis ot nnjieces- Kar'y firo--hazBrds and to heln reduce Hie country's total annual Ore loss of MODNTIE DISGRACES HE WBAUS Oct: -You have dls- the uniform you sooiilcl have been proud, to said Mtgiatrale ijefferman, hrraself a retired member of the R. C. M. r, to Mlllfm Crouse, In tho cltv police coort toJar, when he jtcntencbd him io .12 months In the <'0mm6a jail at lieclna, with hard Jabor. Crouso pleaded guilty to a ihargeot "wounding with Intent" On Wodttsdajr Crouao fce.it Peter. Myers, autoniobiie. Hrery driver, 'orer (ho head with a loaded rldjng. crop. Th6 Attack TTM nnproToied. Croiise has If C1 Af P. for a year t half. You jfan Have Linoleum Rugs At Last Year's Prices TILL THE END OF OCTOBER GUI-former offer has brought such a fine response that we are extending it until Octobei The very latest shades and pattein'h, in the following x 9, 9 x 10'., and 9 x 12 a'Kl f'ER RUG (FOR CASH ONLY) ONLY 16 LEFT REMNANT PIECES OF LINOLEUM; We n half-dozen 1 Marked down to per sq. yard Oiu- regiilar stock consists of Scotch Inlaid Linoleum, Printed Linoleum in D. and E. quality, Felto! and Passage Linoleum. Our stock plete. New Shipments of Linoleum Came TI nr i This Week These show the new patterns and will main-, tain our place iii carrying a very fine assortment of- high grade linoleums. C.G.Olander General Hardware. 524 13th St. N, BOOSts; THE PRICE Oct. Bos- ton Evening Transcript an- nounced. today that beginning October the price of Saturday edition would he five cents. All editions have sold for 3'cents for forty years. THAT IS DIFFERED Our pure home-made confectionery appeals to prffjit if dEEcrlm- taste. It IB made from the finest Ingredients anJ you will we are experts. Our candy certainly tastes different Try Some for Tttsgiving Fresh FRENCH Ib. Satui'day and Thanksgiving Day, .SUGAR Regular' 60c Ib. per Ib. DON'T. FORGET. OUR HOME-MADE CHOCOLATES. ALL OUR LINES ARE FRESH AND WHOLESOME.' CORNER 3RD AVE. AND 6TH ST. The best MOVE; you can 'its-.a wiii.PAV you! SATURDAY Here .Are Some of Our Specials for Saturday Per Ib. u.- Chocolate-E 1 1'er Ib. Choeolales ih: Peanut' Per Ib. Pcanul Por-iii. Plantation Salted 50c 70c 80c 4Cit 'HERE IS A SNAP FOR' Mixed Per lb.' v: Toasted' Per Ib- Old Country Peujlennlniy.i LOOK'UP YOUR REQUIREMENTS FOR RICKLES, SAUCES, v NUTS, ETC, OUR STpCK IS 'THE MANY LINES. i GOOD THINGS FOR THE THANKSGIVING QUAL- ITY GOOPS At AttRACTiVE PRICES Curtis' Delicacies for Your Thanksgiving Dinner A LA GRECQUE chokea. brands of Heart of Uaby-ArtJ- pacfceil purB with rarurlierlfB: 1'or lit) tiftr CURTISOLA An autiuasto, Or. Hors IVOeuvre, con tains kipiiereit tuna; pinienloer. sardines, stuffed ripe olives, -celery and cauliflower. Per jar Jumbo Kijio Olives, Curtis' quality, i'cr tin, 90c 'supreme ,80c jerkins, 70c Coiinlry S-.vcet .Midget ycr i Olllard's anil P.d'.vaer's OM Candy Delight, Almond Hock and Butter: Scotch. Per package v................. Pure Apple Cidev.1 Per gallon........'. Pineapple, now t or ('.rated. Per I'r. California Burtdoii Walnuts. Per Salted Pistachio Nuls. Per ounce Spanish Table Kalsins. pcr ib......... bUc( ouc Shelled Vccana. 9C- Tiirev onjKres ODC Wawlalto's jiafi Hcaaiiu's IMuni CC 1'iiddlni: ODC Appie flutter, large 60c iOc 62c Sardir.co. "Sea Bird Norwegian In imre olive oil. 2 tins for -Kornlet, tho milk of green sweet'com, lor straps.' puddings, griddle cakes anil fritfefa. No.'2 each Fish Balls iu Bouillon, per tin Utossc BlackTtell's Puro Oil, per bottle............ Cherries. in'marasVjiiih, si bottles Z3C; Houey, KerrY Pure Alfalfa, 60c, 90c, Hawaiian Gnva Jelly. Per bottle................. Libby'3 Moist Mlnco .Mjal glass, large size Wagstaffo's, Preserved tlinger, in gtnss....................i... Strawberries, Niagara Falls' to fresh, _ Per tin.......................... Raspberries, Niagara Falls' quality, equal to Per tin Campbell's J'er tin.........................- Clark's 1C Per tin IOC V Ueefstcak Hiucn. An Per bottle Allen's Prapared Aim OIK! new season's stock. I'cr pkg...................... TJIslo, thi) Rravy maker, 1'er Jiffy-Jail, assorted flriYors. i'fi plig..................... 50c, 80c 80c fancy 55c bo B 'lab w 35c 55c 25c 20c SANpWiC'HOLA A itniriiie fofifl of many Uses, of ripe olives, Inna, plnientocs logotbci' with a littlu spicing" completes OilB rfe- liclous combination. Per Jar.....'........ French Mushrooms, choice, i per tin Ralldets. Trulfes IJuperigord, Istcliolire. larye tins.......... GEO.KERR Fifth Street South Quality Groceries 1453, 1385 a o Phone or leave your ord- early. Don't wait for the last delivery. delivered' on the first FRESH BRUITS TABLES FOR THE "If It's In Season We .KaveJ.tr Pickling Onions 2 pounds for" Celery; choke quality 2 pounds for Cranberries; per 'puurid Sweet Jerseys 'par pound................ Squash and-Vegetable Marrow per Lcltuco, Hot House M p per pound -4wC Ornpe t'rult, Florida! to orrivo. per dozen 9UC per Tokay drapes J per 1'ears, good eating I per pound _____ Apples, No. la, Macintosh Reds, and Grayonsteino for. eating ;2 pounds for 2Sc 20c 5c 15c 20c 25c 15c A LIMITED SUPPLY OF-KOT HOUSE TOMATOES HEAD (.ETTUCE. OflDER EAffCVi ;