Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
CUT Till', HIGH SPOTS IN .CJP.R. HISTORY V i 'V The .Hit' Olt.K, rill tniM a day, -SU; 1th, In, klO of Mr. Wtt.tar Holt periitUn'it Iho (Jai The W.iU.B. oJ.JVfilrolnilsr churth Wultobi, day Uuufe, put down big rwd bucktt U.put A ktud to. lo Then threw down ib4 no toward lha log AJ uared tbf cabin onto y "Heili she >Hli wfff ud children ran out of to witch the flnt'lrfcln on the I'ivcirc Uallway steam "along rromVWUnlpeg to u A tm-x prtvidua, the Irtrt map ol llnea was Iwued at vTbi mtp annmmcM .low on The Utfff vent Info tffecl June At that time tta ri.lwar Ifnea no from Rat PorUgt io Winnipeg a dtHlahcc.of 133 from Wlniilpcg to Portaca la Prairie i 15 mile's, an j [rom Winnipeg loErner ion. 55 latiI mlleaca o! rai 253 mile i WM lines ID operation -In 1181 Portaie western. termlnui ol the railway, ani Ra] PorUj', now Kenorv was terminus. The Pemblaa branch, 66 IODR, which waa late 879. DnL train OTW ibis branch ell Bt BoDlfarjs on 3, lbT8. The train F. lUywanl, conductor, C. D. Yamuna, anjliwr, tod J. Donovan, fireman, and'It con- an flit cars and a Jl wu a, cerr Mua.lon to WlQnlpeggers, who bad by York j'oaU ID auinmer, and the'dog In winter who bid Jaqrner'eb: overland la the and after- wards la stale's cr Rwi Hirer steam- boat A en ol ttUlrn was usher- ed ID by the railroad. It mada a trip (rom Ontario IQ Winnipeg la throe days possible, over the lloa to Rat Portage. I'reTlously It often took five weeks to 012.14 Ihe trip, aid even a longer f. J Wben IhtV'Cuadlaa'' Pacific t OTflr the branch coDuectloa wltb.tbi w 60-cent liotlla o[ "Call- fc'rala Syrup of. Iher look and tco thai It1 U matlo by tho Califoruta ft'lff Syrup SEVERE STOMACH TROUBLE. Hvrlttpn ('tint.) Father 3ayi Dr. Cai- fill'i Tabkta Saved His Child's Life. :Mr. Corhy.'Horrlatonr Out, xrrltcs: "Our Little girl was wfrak from lilrth, wo tried rtbclora' niedlclne'ind olhcr things she pot no fcatter. She Just. lay In her cot. and cried, and nclghborft Ba.il we could nbt'.aavc her. The dnttora aald ihe had stomach trouble, and -rlhal jhcr chancel L.were a mall, fTftfcletJjCiiredtfiii'rT h'ivo 5 bWn thclr'Vclght la fold to for weiwero Just glylriE up hope of Jnff 'our little (Uughler. 1 don't think (hire Isranj- other mcdWtrie for child- ren' CassolVs Tabloli. Pub" JlEb Ihfi ftttar If you like; It-'maj- help TabloU helped free Dr. Cattall'i Tab- liti will be icnt to you on receipt of cental' for mallTng and Ad- Harold F. Ritchie Co, Ltd.. .10JMcC.il.Ptftrect Torcnte, Dr. Cafiscirs Tablets aro (he surest homo rtmjrty; for Dyspepsia. Klflnoj- Sleeplessness, Anaemia, Ncrvoua Ailments, Nervo Parnlysls, ralpHnllon and. Weakness Child- ren.- Specially Tflluablo for" nursing rndlhers unil during tho critical pcr- lorfa of 11W. Sold by and atoVpkeppors throughout CAnad One, tube, 50 ccnU: alx tube foif tho prko of firo. Bawiiro of ImK II MS contain hrpophoBphlle The, composition. of Br. CASSOH'B Tab- a known only lo proprietors, tmltattons can erer bo tic ure ancl.LradUIjDQ ILaL ILe teilgenclc3 tloiei..deninml. i They-arb.; prBparlnu'i to slaughter licir lierds of plow up (ho parka havo ;ored, ItT lor[ centuries, ,o Lurn their lawns Into pas- lures, and evanvln eome Instances, to and ancestral halls 1 the disposal of tho stritp for occu latton by German prisoners -who ;ra to bo Trorli "on llio land.'r Kenyon Qlyai Land to Nation ,0rie of land owners Is Lord Kenyonv tba.kirie'? new lord In waiting ivlio 16 turn the lawns of hia.rprjncipal rcsldonco at GrcdltiiKton, Inlo Lort Kenyon among other, things, enjoys the distinction of b'qliig ;tho ialleat member of' ''the ''royal; inpusobold standing a shadb'oTcT air 'faet (wo Inches In height' Proprietor.: Dr. COn LtA, Kancheiter. Enn- f ng season. 't- Berkleys Serve In War Practically every; eltelble member of cobiitry.ln tho' iig" the'iieHrrecord "of valor are'Cri ocan and oilier veterans bearing the name of Berkeley, v be In the present fight. gladly Flintshire, and'Shropshire, and la a director of flarerml leading railway lines. A bachelor until laat year, ho Infin eapousocl tho of Col. IE head of .tJje Blouse Is Baroness who has! just entered her year. tho lasL'hold or of Ihe liarony was also a" ir'omaii1 and ...to succeed the present peeress are co-heiresses, her. thi Hon. Mnry, agcrt li and I" Hon. Cynlhio, aped 7. The history" of the house Is one. tha moat IntercstlnE -nn rncord. ..In Plantagenet sev'chth: frjuda lord died a prisoner in Wflil Ciisllc, and his holr, axuato'dlar irard If. irhen lhc prince'TPas eel, was nrralgncJ for ,bu was later fcononbly.. acquiiled, 'am ailbseciueiilly, .llio title and estate went bj deed to Henry VU- but In lhc, seventeenth nnnlury thoy were brough back lo the famflr. PJciu'rosfiue" Berkeley Ml lie, history, greatly itapreBS os Iho Jiall, wilh' U stfllned glass the terrace the dark Elalrcasc, 'th tapeslrlrd bcftrobms, and, abovd al th_c cliamber II. Wa dons lo death, all help lo give lh place n weinl fHRClnation. Yet Bomchow. wnat aeta peopl thinking moat is Lhcvtradition'that th red ileer'Iri the .park (nciw- doomed aro the descendants of tho stag for lack ot horses, were ba- ncssed to Hie king's bier and drew him lo Ills grave- nl Gloucester. The room.where Edward was inur dcrert Is dim (mil dark, Tvitb a rbu'ij oaK plank two stained glass. Tflnriowa upon" white hn-ad of the k.np In a upon mn old bed on .whlcli Is, w" In the position was found after the murder. IIowftTd of "WlBjalr, Asaph. Jbo'wlll Hfice their deor pkrtS tro Lord Kim- berloy, who IB baring tho deer iliot on hla properly In Norfolk, and Lord jWcBe JDrummond ,___, _. _ laat menUonedTpark la paralfvoly modorn a couplo of cenlurles or ao many Eng- lish herds thai bftvo bcon literally'.there from-'llme Ono of ihe.ie.la .Txird Anctvslcr'a principal seat, Grimlliorp casUc, In Lincoln-litre, the stately old homo of Iho Borlles, Dukes of .Ancasler. It surrounded by a well wooded park of a famous breed or Han ibemi 'dars. Whether theac, too, wlll.be oacriliced romiilns 16 Beon, f j Lord ncrkeleV, too, Intends to con- vert his dcej- park'sl hlslbrlCrtlDerke- ley casllc, which ho recently Inbcrlled] from Ills kinsman, tho Us t Jjsrd FHz- HOW TO SELECT FOODS Home Economlci Speclallili Suggestions for.Getting the Molt f'Faod for Money, aomo good BUgecsuons o gclUns the nidat food for one money l r.-- Uac" cereals cere- breakfast foods, etc.) freely, .akin pains to prepare them wltlr-grea driy- nnd lo yary the kind used fro (o.day If necessary people from tiring ol them. J ilcnicmber that a tiuart-of who inlik a day for each child, lo" bo use .is a'bcverago and in Is ni too much. PJan carefully bolh In buying an In senrlng. Do not be aahaineoMo'pIan clpso] Thrift in -food means proyldlii carelully .flour, si nough food, neither too llltlo nor too inch. how much ot such ugar, rnllk, coohlng ei, fa used each week Cor a Qjth, and thero are any ways f "cutting doTrrirtho quantity needed. Buy materials In If better prices can bo se- ureA and therei IE a good storage lace ,ln- the florae. Neighbors can ometlmea club'fbgelher lo get lower Kellm'ate carafiiHy how'much ot ny material will bo needed ..before liny In a supply, then see that nono by t careless handllog. f tilshos-.'served' of uch slzo that (hero wllV'be enough o Eatlsfy the appetite ot the famllr nd .Jable .and .pjale Do.iiot be above, no'llctpg whelher ny thing usabJo Islhrown away with he g'arbage'; which alwayB'ahowE'hoTT la. used ..it ii Iipusebold. Many cari'b'D made attrncllTC and the diot can be pleasanlly varied wlso use- ot Ufferonl J'Flnlcky" foorl often pre- rent the use oflmany; valuable DIH- crlala which might be the means o[ Oood food an imporlaul The Daughters end MaJds of lund aro a whtfil drive atirl dance tonight In their lodga room In (he ti. 0. ball In altl of the Blind Soldiers and Ballorn, The mcrrllng of Ihe membcrfl will he at 7.30 Instead of al 8 o'clock. Dominion Rebekali T.oilge No. 41 will meet night al S o'clock n the I.OO.F. hall. After the uaiiBl Tder- otihualiToss, a social evening will >e Ppcht'lii cclcb'rallng HIQ ninety, clgblb anntyerEary of (lie order. Jle- frcshraepti Vlll bc'Bcrvcd. The Women's-Civic club have mrido rrangcfTjente (o [fiabe tea for all ulricB it" at Heniieraon Park on Frl day, Arbor Day, they will also provide eugar, but'nil cream nr eatables ttea .will be.served near Ihe pa vlllon ami those requiring It are sskcd o own oups, A large number were present at the ftret tea lo he given by the new chap ler of llie Daughters ot the Umpire was held yesterday afternoon in Mrs. Beaton's lea room next lo lhc Orplieurn theatre. Itcd carnations de- email tea tables. A pan try table proved (o he a very poputa innovallon as the ;home cooklog -wa SOOE' imrchased. "Mrs. Joseph' David son and Mrs. Wcalley were the con vcnors for Hie afieruoon and were as aisled by Mrs: Franlt Hedlcy, Mrs. T J. SJmons and Mrs. Wakello. T U At Ihe residence ot C. Wisn irt, pastor oj St. Paul's Presbyleria cnurph, tha too yesterday'; of'JriES Adllliio plan ey and .-Mr. Lorpb -ElltoU, .-both o irldge. In Mr. WiaVinrL's abacnc Ihe.ceremony vras performed Dy scrred to Iheni endUhen belnu pecteld lo eal-whaV Is Vet'before them: not-only In buy- jiE wisely, biif also :in mating the Tu'l.esL pdsglblejuse of jrhat fa bought. Brantford water cofomlsalon decid- ed to purchase, a mechanical device the water iupply.- .r, and Iho red and ralloir arci to ho disposed of during THE STORE OF BIG VALUES NORTH LETHBRIDCE CARS TO DOOD PHONE 789. Smile of Sweet "Contentment Mr. Bankyiew church. .M arid return lo-Lelh bridge lo reside. CARPET. Vacuuni'.1'Cl2aaInE' in all Us branches. W.ilX' HAYTER 1101 ilth St. S. Phone 1830 Tlic Hay's Free; Tree all H'cck. every ,-imrtiasc of Sl.QO or over we, will give a fine CoUomvooil d'ce. Xo( more Ihan Five Irccs (o one customer. al the 'JJhy Store, 7( is economy lo do ATRIOTIC FUND IN EXCELLENT SHAPE Irexpendsd Balance cf Five 'and a Hall Millions. Ottawa, April return tabled i the commons Ifils afternoon by lie minister or finance gives delalle f receipts and expenditures of the f.tlonal ratrlollc fund up to tlie end t Total up lo Dc- 032. while Ibo affiouut eipended rnllet totalled The mim.- bcr of families Jn receipt of relief Given as and tlie Dumber of Individuals 1H.82E. embor 31 lift amounted to warmer. FIRST LAKE STEAMER ARRIVES Sault Sle. Marie, lion opened here today by steamer Harvester, arrived bound without cargo.- la WTiUe-j. rish fay IB thick, but the weather Is AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS.1 S. O. E. BUILDING, TENTH STREET S. On Saturday Next, April 28th At 2 JP.M. FRANK WADDINGTON Will Sell by Public Auction and Without Rclerve an Atscmblage of ITOIISEHOLD And effects (ncliidlng; S pi end ill eet of dining chairs ID mission oak; mission oak rouni extending table; LARGE REFRIGERATOR; -sanitary lounge; solid oak ol nearly nsw linoleum; occasional tables; mflEBive solid'cak sldetioarj; kitchen cupboards; nearly nc.F MOTOR POWER'WASHING MACHINE; iMcClary gas "cooklns stove, oven and: broiler; Ncvr Method gas cooJtlnff Elove; coal. range In 'good order; heavy brass mounted beds, mclal tspringB and foil niattresaea; baby cot and mattress; baby buggy; oak dreg sera and stands; .carpDt squares; IS.'lb. Electric Iron; Small cobli stove-' quantRy books ,and small ilftms; Edison pbonosraph wllh 33 records; Columbia (Jrapho- 'phone with 14 records; ;pyal-Eolld ..walnut extending dining table; library .able.- TERMS CASH GOOD3 ON VIEW FRIDAY 7 to 9 .AUCTIONEER'S. PHONES: HOOMS .770; RESIDENCE SPECIALS IN FOOTWEAR SATURDAY: _.'..'- Ladies' High isace Shoes Eight Inch Top Choc. Kirt Vamp, Gfiainpng'iic Top. Pat. Vamp, Fawn Top. Battleship Grey 'Kid '11118 .Patent Leather Dull Top. All Black Kid, Butfpn and Lace Style Regular ,1i8.00 to for Men's Harry Shoes Men's pci- J9.QQ SHKULOCK CO.