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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGR DAILV HERALD S.VTVWUY, APRIL 3, 1010 Taking Over of G.T.P. by Government Long Foreseen; History of Railway tsking uver o? the .lalter woulJ assume all rwpoasiblliiy TrunX br tte on the bonds vvhtoh irunx launc or _ hsd by tbe Grand Trunk lias been long mad the transfer has been by iha, it assume re- milef. Tiio Lake Suiwricr buili ami uyiii'il by the Grunl Trunfc, Pe.cific.'ts JSS '-OulW acres per mile (or this road 4lM! J2.SOO mile in casli. The federal: government gave in mile. The branch'wa's.taken by; the federal aiid; has operated by the eovenin'.ent; since thai time under a lease. j "m adduiou tp the main line west of i Winnipeg there are lu this Ihe directors might worry along until Iwi-er times arrived, but all bare proved tal- ladons. The operations ot the eutire system west o! the Great Lakes wi'-l ii'ow over by the govern- ncitt of Car.aiia aaci ;here is nM the 1 sideraticn erer t the action of some basis for a money to Ihe federal coverntnenl. an-I frieadly.atretuienl.' among Us liabilities is sum o( ten! How It [million dollars Afiidi is due atid p.ty-. Wheu tlie idea was first bruited In: able to the federal government on! lhat tu sima lime a ccnnec- Aprj! I next. There is also, 315.0W.-j 'iioi: be msde between the 000 "clue in years' time aid r of the ivest snd (he; -300.00 due on demand. last a (or similar purposes. atniranis- jr, tntse was ad- :nitlfj by Mv Smithors more than'pV'r'iod cf eriecuktion, iii which lull-led .debt of the company thre.! yurs It was on uie lenlh ljon wcr_ aml also rbuslilv to Merli ot December. KHi. ;hsl be wrote ;i binds belnj held in Britain, k-titr in London 10 1Um j jjea for the conslructioa ofj In addition to the tomihon stock j lloiden in Ottawa and made iise i a rjiliray into tie west by 13 held by tlie Grand Trunk, tin norits ".it tlie cnil a! oar tether, j ,ir3, suggested j Hallway there is outstanding 'about T'iE (Oiimiunu-ation of a some- v.hat pathetic nature, the surrMu'.cr wins of great in-i.-ir' v.ikhts the hojies and of J-jme bresidem ot lht, Grand -rrimk, ri'i liri'le of British (man i-isl men. iviih a follow ins of con- was magnitude in all parts transcontinental me kingdom. jlem ftam coasl lo coast, the'orijinal The Grand Trunk Proposal :idea of .Mr. Hays apparently suggested j Hallway there is most iiis- [SSWOfl.OOU preferred stock or. which! leaner. it> dividends arc guaranteed by the' Rivers Wilson, at that Itrand Trunk, subject to'certain con-i ditions. All matters relating to these the year 1502. At that time there outstanding securities must'-bo the The of the Grand Truak lhat a connection should be of tlie construe- 'subject for adjudication, and since amounts are so large an ii the number of people involved so considerable, it: Httlc Tvonder lhat' there has at must extno 3ujarv requc e tbn me of the ind Trunk i Ba thi ig area ot the "Mom i t l Grant I i tropo eJ that in re urn for theifer'i' i i US a lon-mon efock ol the proposition vras whlrli tlie nl nit ed to-Sir Wilfrid I-aurier it difficulty in arriving an stand The "has- four dents, three of ivhora reside in Mout- real and one in, this ciiy. The east- i Fri i ac snrt lie government Uio lue fudicateil Iliat tb.p ..ilirsv nould Doctors, Use for Eczema V oolh us Th. -ol o bpr ing ercdients J5 D D Pre Lnr-ao i Is a fii rerued i-Jvin specialists rr 1 k'n ]t penetrates gue m tan relief from Ihe i it. t distrc la" j disea D Co i Ltd tlniggi ement buiEt Irom No liroiifii o thU Pacific coast. The general out mcfof tbe ehemc suh i] illod (o the tor _n London >i4 full approval The Vtlantic was lo be reached f oil o'jthe line o the Intercolonial and IDC TranX to enter into a facton agreemeu with the oflernmenl fo tne itUercliaiige of tra. Whoever enjoys a perfect cup of fragrant, deli- cious, will find an added pleasure in a cup of Chase Sanborn's "SEAL BRAND" U X. U CHASE 5 AN BORN, MONTKEAL. FORBULLSAT1 >ne inlmal vat when J. C. Clarke, ot. 'larke AlberU, purchased thu Tarid chiniplon of "Myrtlu from J. B. Davlson. ot Myrtlu for f Hon. Duncan Marsh- all's roan "LancaiUr fetched In the rihr. v BRANDON', The sale of pedigreed Shorlhors males on rltUy, reacUng the prices aid for heifers, nevertheless brought eally, excellent results. Twenty-seven bulls .chanced bandlifor of {14.860, SIM -each The highest-, price Obta'lned for "any eni rice-presidents are H. Big- Tlie Voting lady In the picture wore this costume at a rr.uqutriJe dance held recently in Toronto, an d thus did much to bring the War Say. ings Flan United States. gar, who has charge'.of legal mailers: J. S. DaJryittplp- "ft'ho is in cliavgc of i traffic, and Frank Scott, in charge of i finance. P. Hinttin is the rice-: president and gentral manager resi- FOR SIMPLE DRESS By the Method MR, SI-AVIS', Who was pl-t-iy Jiraof ,lfa-.r Oroirer. itt marveloif i, y hair was 3 Kut in patches and very tbln.ail over tbe head, in consequent of an attack rheumatism, I think. hair has growth _.i K1GBT At Kt It nTW BAlh Sheet. Kt ii Today.. I va p'eAsed to hatrf jou this "rr.eni for the lie-ne'it of tbft reoyJe Oi Calgary and at large. When 1 Cartel to.iahe your treatment. iwd tter for twenty-one yeL 1 arr. yeara old. acd am sure in at ia K few monthi t will have nf (rKHxi jt of hair ax trer, ihml lo Siavin Hair Groirtr, J. R. MACDO.VA1.D, St W.. Canary, AHa. for Other f c at Moi {real Uhen the 1 cu nd lathr in par isnien the ide: ana developed jnd th a itjuiods plan Y ta snt earned out Adopted 1 rcqmrnt the eitensioa tbe hne to o citv o on .titis. both' dated October" 24. introduced in parliame.Di and pron ion fo a nev line nghl tne coatiaent Mpucloa t0 TriGL0 R is r The of Ihe line east oC to be bulk bv (he governlnuit ?.ii.i to ?he Grand' Trunk Pa- tif c onnanjr 4or fiftv tar "v, ih a issibiHly of renewal. Tiis ptjirtion t of wr to he nailt by the Grand Trunk PacKic com with-iarge assist unc'e. fThe (iracd Trunk Pacific (Xmi- pany was hnild (he branch line; holh eastr'and ami was to opt! ul5. tlie wJibT? Wiih rc-.'erence to tUg portion of tbe railT.-ay east, of iJiis H mav be ail ha re pencil) litv for the cbnFtruction of the line through from ihis city to Mtmcioii cHil not rest priinsriij- en the Grand Trunk. It 'ivss the government which suggested Ihe building pi the line from N'orth} Bay to Oacbcc. and parliament ar- ranged Tor the line from "Quebec to Moncton. I Grand Trunk Responsibility The Grand Trunk has, however. (Share of responsibility In this con-' jcection. The railway company look-1 led fonvarcl to lakiog over ihis part j lot tbe road. but.was anxious to he re-! ilieved lempontriiy of -certain I financial nbligdiionF. Jt agrepfl to pay i interest on the cost and it agrcffJ WINNIPEG, April rc50Tu: ton before Ibc closing session of the :ii Hov.-ard G. provincial convention of the Daughters of the Empire today regarding the or- der making a definite pronouncement against such frivolities as "extreme short dresses, thin stockings and gar- cold." weather, and d boots and id changed to suggestion "to prbhurj' chapters to f urge their membership lo set a p'er- Isonal example in__simple succeeded E. J. Chamberlin as presi- dent two years ago. What changes vrlll occur in connection with tlie p'-vchcal administration oE tho prop- rty in. the future is uncertain, but it I improbable..that num- powders anfl hrBh.heeletl shoeEM" vis amended and FORTY YEARS FOR MINNEAPOLIS HOLDUP MLNJCEAPOLIS, Minn., April in the district court renioved one Minneapolis holdup mart from jjub- Hc life lor of tune that is expected to startle other bandits who" have-been operating- nightly, in'the eastern cities. Fred Syatt held up Helen Gordon here federal government Ibroiigh the n'p poinlmcnt of coiiBists Ine prairie pcclion Winnipeg Kock'y MounfAlflS, fill miles, and id rrtonntaln eectlonj-Rotliy Rupert, flbout mllcj total of miles. The miteag to I? estoceil ad vroiaea 'to) health, strciiplhjlind rom all jiarts of. C'iiiii'Ja' us Oil' hive'relief ed htm frobi Sidney or 'Bladder '.dfraogesfceits. testimonial from who have vied Oin and hcnefittd jj Ihcm. In moat llicy as >aTJCg: ''Pubtish tbi? Ullcr, w all fiitfererc complaints iwch as mjaj) may fcndv irhat Oin riUsjffi'l for Gin Pills rf.mcdyj that's if by riey Gin" Tills hare been in (ta .wirirt for 10 believe arc mora Oin 1'ilh soH than any other proprietary Trom Halifax lo VuBcpurcr joti buy them in any.citr, ICTTR, Tillage or barn- let. fiopuUnty tas ;fcijilt entirely on IM f.Bdontinarits who bcei benefited by their If yoti arc' suffering from Pfljfls in the DjzzicEiS, Hsaosfhft-. a licfi) Oia Get a box dealers; iry and if tWV telp you, ivritf ui anfl ,you the pike wJilrngljl nt We box- LA ii K7ite U3 A- Oitnncfil Co. of Canada. Toronto, pfiturfo. U-.S, residents shouH Na'Dru- C'a., Inc., 202 Kiiffab, X.V. J" j v- Prepared Lunch? --If so, you will enjoy the palatable luncheons 'we sel've. Men .and women who don't care for heavy foodl'at noon or in the evening and who want a lunch, will dclightfifi the i "dainty sandwiches, cold turkey, cold salads and pastries which we always hav'e ready to serve. Many persons every day enjoy, our tempting dishes. We serve a complete iunch and dinner menu, and st'31 patronage of those who prefer quality and the surroundings that, enhance one's enjoyment when ealing. A- light lunch or a hearty'meal costs no more here than isfasked for infeiior service. The menu offers a variety o1 soups, fish, oysters, salads, eggs, etc., sandwiches, pies, pastries', fresh or canned fruit. The substantial, well prepared meal and the daintiness of the service will appeal. You Will Always Be Pleased If You Bring Your Frierid Here The refreshments we serve are good. Our sundaes, ices and sodas are different for prepared with pure fruit flavors. Our service is trie, kind you'll appreciate. Nothing but the bestiices, crushed fruits, are used. KIRKBY'S 606 Third Avenue South Food, Board License No. 5-2386 ;