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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FtilUAY. 32. 191D PAC.R NINE the Canadian Alps TIJ tn AJptoc of beauty. It wfll tit Ic from CtlfUT Mt A hundred mlltj tototrr fc Nvtb to P H rev Cnwbrook tbtn are to or the Onw'fl Mart to CftlfftTT. Ttw G erf AltorU U lait ARCHDEACON SCOTT DIES IN WINNIPEG tioctf lor letifarp cu Account ot fwttttr of rtia Mil ntebHHr for led farming. This to Berretf IhB Centra] Railway, t brtoct of tiff Cvwliaa Ficitic. Betrori Panff, ttra BL-UJMr rccort tn tie Canadian Pariflc Rock- ,-nton of tbo ColuaMft aUver. AD Aiplna rWce cpecticulAT beauty, foradBf pa-rt vt Ormt Ttla ,ta penetrated by two coopanttpely poesfca, tbe Simpson, awl BM mr.Ifou TfbK-h lead tato ttM Vmirr ot th-5 Xootcoaj niTtr, rcsfoa Ixr? la fame oa of EOliit Ol UW- ICAUl >TDfl Of Piclfio UttllmjT' Bctwwo 'tho ain] jB-lrcr Jg a acwll of i (through -whicli StocUJr pdorlilg m easy rowL cniGoiobiU, rosd Baaff tml i jWiniicnneTe It was pfoaned to M> i, cfttned ftdcr Sir vernor the nrlio mcalo tfJs unMitf In On over Ver- mlllloa' WES Iouc3 ami at samp beautiful, ind btnvCtion of tfre of Great oouraeacod frpoA Distlo Mountilii In ttfs .AC lie suno llrna read from .Winter- tnero Chrongb Ura Sinctatr Cinyott Uso cceontnccd MM] tbo tfana fcfl outbreak ot wtr. a gap of hrirtr miles eopamled the tro jffar pit BHJ cod to conetructfoo, and, greai wtahoiit talk-, of tifl wcralcrn wtd, eo.that tba troJectEocKiiod lo bare been abandoc.46. l rJow. hoTTeror, tha PonHoton haa made an uraaefiQMDt wttb pio Brttloli CohzaWa Gorfirccacfit liy Trhicli UIB route of md comw 'dcr the Jnrladkrtcn oi ttn parks, and a ewtetmtti his to liirfah ths In thb TT.IT thar-c. is piocpvct o( tbu esrly completion .of wfet TriM Gis mDsl automolnUd rpa4 Was Leader in Work ot Anglican Church Among Indians. WINNIPEG. Ails. 'JO.-Vcneraljlc Archdeacon Scott, (cador (u ary g[ tho church anioiiEst IndlanSj anj pioneer ot west- ern Canada, dlod In Losiiilal loJay Hejardcd on all siues aa ac ci- ironicly pious man, beloved by knew him. the tieaih o[ Arthdeacon Scolt will be lealued with iiine TPgrol In all ant] Canada. Afler a llle- tiina sucnt in tbe service of Hie church, carrying on missionary work the Indiana, Archdeacon ScoU rcllroj from acllvo work a year ago, and aCler some ttmo sycrjt It) riorlh- cm Alberta, he returned to Winnipeg a short time ago. Venerable Arehilcaccm Malccliu Scott was born 1S50, at St. AD- drcw'e, Man. lie was father nf Osborno Scotl, geueml passenger agent, CV.naOiau Kaihyay. Rev, K. E. Shields, of Oshnwa, trolher of Dr. Shields, of Jarvis Siren Baptist clurcb. Toronto, haa ac'cepTed llic call rcconllr Bent lo him by Emmanuel Bapllst chnr'jb, llrant- forvl, whoso pastor, Her. Andrew 'Smilh, is reluming to the old laud. ThousandB Greet Ihc Comman- der of: Canada's 1'ighling Troops Dig Parade MONTREAL, AOE. Glorious weather favored the reception given to Gen. Sir Arthur C'urric, Canadian corps commander overseas, by the Civic and military authorities in Mon- Ireol tills atteriioon. Piclure.3 of Gen. Currle draped with Union Jacks occupied prominent places along the streels through which Ihc parade was to imes. [lannors with, a message of ivclcome stretching across the narrow downtown streets, from Placo Vij-er suiiim all along the route of the parade grcclcd him with a blaze of color. 1'. 11. shop whls- tlee were to bo heard as tho train bear- lug Canada's first soldier iiaseeJ the Angus sliop. AE Ihe train iiulleil in the band struck up eight bars ol ''0 Canada" tho guard" of honor Blood at attention and Gen. Currlc, wilh Lady Currle, descended to the platform. Drlg.-Gen. Armstrons. C.M.G., G.O.C., stepped-forward and, ealuting the general, welcomed liiui ou behalf, ot Ihe military authorities. With Gen. Currle cimo Major-Gen. Sir Edward Morrison, f. C.M.G., CnpL the Hon. W. J. Suauglirescy. D3O Major Willis OTonnor and Capl. Ihe Hon. W. J. Slinaghnessy. Tlris.-Gen. Armstrong presented B. R Decary IP the general, alter which Mr Decary preaenled Ihe otlier mem- bers of the clric reception committee. .As (he general ?merscil from Ihe sta- lon which had' been kept absolutely clear of .unauthorized spectators, cheers burst-forth [rom thousands of throats and.these were repeated and Increased in: volume as Iho general took his Craig strecL Con Currie rode a charger helonglug io Leul.-fjol. C; Hallantyne. As tile parade (urned into Iho Champ de Mars'at tbo 'Gosfonl street en- Iraiice, ground pre- sented nn inspiring sight, for from side to side ollnjf largo space troops of every description 'were drawn, up. The officers 'dismounted near the ealullng base and Brig.-Cen. Arm- strong advanced with Cen. Currle and presented him lo Ihc acting mayor, Major Leroy Shaw, who read to him a brief address. Li'lhbvidgc Man Purchases a IJanch at vatives Display Activity (Frnm rmr On-n r CHESTON, Aug. on the Kpolenay nals Is announced to com- mence on Monday nest, rind Iho neces- sary permits and 'culling locations are now Lcmig-issue-J ;uiu defined. At last (he trouhlo lias hccu adjusled, the 3cnce here of Indian Constable llyekinnn lending to keep the reels bounds. A year ago aboilt 1700 tons wuro put up. (he right'sort of weather, 1910 will n cut of at least 2600 tons. Qu -ihu whole Lho. crop Is quite nn er- rcllcDt one, whllo the keeping of lha Indinn ftocli off Ihc grazing areas lias certainly given the whites the best pasture ever seen on the. flats. The firel drawing for locations on the soldier settlement area at Lister, as ihe settlement Is now. known, was made at when 40 twen- ty-acre, traclawero drawn for. Wtih the 'exception of two all' are 'well pleased with their .locations and as fast as ready-made cottages are to be had lio men will .move tut to their owly-acquired'holdings. The settle- ment board. Lave inat, brought In a power slump puller and a big supply of powder to' e'xne'dlte' Hie stump re- moral, and have a couple of Cleve- land tractors and ploughing CQllip mcnt to get on "with cultlv.itloB. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Cocklo of Leth- bridgo are motor .visitors here tins week, and ara so with the .Val- loy that.ycsterilny .they purchased a seven-hero'rarich p'rpperlv' in the Alice Siding Section. .They will have it cleared this fall, and will movo on to it In .Ihe spring. -.Another Alice Siding ranch naB: nlso.'clmug'eq hands, 5. A. Speera seellins Ins., ten-acre improved property lo under the soldier setllemo'nt arrangement. Town property Is nl.so rnoving, Mawson Bros having Mils Week acquired the lot ncxl tho drug store, .upon which they will erect l now store, building, Lieut. Hall's wrecked airplane 3111! reposes peacefully in tbe near Food is the Best Medicine Most of the ills "of life, are due to living.1 For a building food, try -a cereal devised ip re- build iired, overworlCed tissues, J Full of flavor, quick to digest, it supplies real food for mind Thus- cle, bone and brawn. "There's AT 0 Canyon Cily mill where it came -grict a couple ol weeks ago. The gine ivould appear lo ton the only rt of It Valley" pdullrvmcn arc unanimous at >v0 are in for a late nnd mild Tr'iu- Everj-whero reports .come ol' .haYB already rear- of chickcnij', wauling to i second batch. R. B. Beattie nud Dr. niiiledge oi ranbrook" wore both .visitors here tlila cek ma They etale al in eplto ot Iho dry season the asl Koolenny Fall Fair in that town ill be held tMs year as usual, aud re hoping for a big showing ol Cres- m fruit. Applci boles are costing the grow- -s cents, apiece this year, and so cary Is the demand that Ihc Wynn- factory' is gelling ready to run a [ght ahlfl. Some optimists figure the pplo yield will hot be tar short of )QfODD boxes, though ihe elilpping rma do not'concur in that view. tl. Moore of Craubrook, wlio has barge of forestry in East oolenay, was n visitor beru Llio early art .of the week, on an official visit is greatly taken with the Trork of ic deputy fire warden, Jas. Lung, hero year. In spHe of the dryesl sca- 03i ever known tbo cost ot firo fight- ,5 will ho considerably under t Cranbrook we hear the coat. has cci in the neighborhood of The cilent of the population and perallons at Iho soldier settlement amp Llslcr lifts grown lo the 5tsg2 vhcre A. D. Pochti has decided lo pro- Ido the rc.atdcnls thoro wllh a two lay a week Jllnoy service lo and from Crc'ston, This will give (he Valley Ix cars In the niito livery n.1 all ot them doing a.thriving trndc Surveyor Moore and a camplomen 1 men left on Tuesday for Thompson Creek, lUcy are workine on some claims of the D, C. Iron "t company Just formed, in which som people are iHrccUy irlereatct nd which haa a crow of ten men un der Gco. Young tnvcEllgallng the ex cm of tlio Iron ore body on Inel holdings. At- ono point they hav incovcrcd a vein 40 feet wide a points and of A very sallsfactor .cngth. while tbe nssay of Lhc or shows It lo be exceptionally grade hemntlte. The local Conecrratlves who Jiav been resting on Ihclr oars since th [oimaMon of tho Unionist party ar gelling'logclhcr next Salurdny nigh to re-organlzc "the old pflrty asiocliv dun nnd elect dctogatoa (o tho pfnrtit convention noxt monlh. Tho growlh of Creslon'a populntio Is considerably rclardcd at pro sen due (o the lack of houses lo Just notr there ta notn honso Orshac of Any sort nvnllnblb, DulUlIng oper lions, too, bavo been brisk, tho loca reporting more lumber BO" this year than for the prnTloiu foi yearn pill logeihcr. MUST SHOW CAUSE FOR MILK PRICE ADVANC Take a Look at the Bargains in Oar Special is Almost Neruous Tanlao li Worth Its Welaht in Gold. 'I vtould not take nne thousand dol- rs for the good Tanlac has done said Ailhur Baars, cmplorcd by c Milwaukee Paper Box Co., and re- ding at iZOTj'EiglUeenlh St., Mil- aukee, in telling tffe Tanlac repre enlative of his improvement sjncc king the medicine. "Yes, sir, this rrienlclne has put me shapo so 1 can do rnore work than i-a been able to.do uefore in years, nd you can just loll tbe people I alnk it Is worth its weight !n onllnued Mr. Bnarg, as he went on '1th his statement. "My trouble started three years go when I had a collapse caused by ver-lieat. I was .down in bed three lonths from '.Ms spell, nnd il led me n an awful fix; in fact I became nl- riost a nervous wreck. 1 couldn't -work was up ono any anil down ic noil. was ro nervous couldn't ride on Iho slrfot cars, and elng In n crowd or amnngst n little would completely upset me, nnd I would shake llta- a leaf and would take several days to gel vor il. I had such terrific headaches I ilmos my head felt like Iron banda were tied around il. Some nights 1 ould have Jlo sit.up In bed and get my wife 'clock in tho morning on Recount of hcse headnchcs anil nervous spells, is Jusl (ho shauc I was in when onu of tho at the shop sugecsl- cd to rno that 1 Tanlac, and 1 agreed lo do il, hut I had lllllo faith n It or any olhcr medicine. (ha lime (lie first bollle wns gone Iho headaches had disappeared, nnd my nerves began lo got steady. Tp make a long nlory short, llils Tan- ac made me feel like n different nan, and now 1 haven't ft sign of ner- vousness or Ihp other (roubles that f.ijd been pulling me down for llio Mat Ihroc years. 1 sleep fine, get up if mornings feeling refreshed and rested and for my day's wort. Cat three hearty meals every something ,1 couldn't do whs'> cat'agrees wllh me, and 1 am gaining in slrcnglh and--weight'every day. Tanlac ccrl.lloiy bealp ony. thing 1 ever saw In my llfo.' Tanlac proved of great benefit lo Mr. llaars because It contains certain medicinal properlles which enrich Ihc Wood And promote a hralUiy'nnpeliU' for nourishing food. Tanlac has been vcrj" successful In overcoming ner- yoiisncsR and sleeplessness, not. from I 'quieting effect on the nerves, for II tn.s no sucli cl'ecl, but by alrciiBllir.n- inK nerves ftnil body und iio normal sl.Me 6( health Us rffect on Ibo appctlto and nutrition of Ihe body. Tniilni Is soli) In Lelnbrldgo hj John D. llltlnbotlinra t Co.; In Coal- hursl by Diamond Drug ft Stationery WI.V.VfPKO, Any. rnlk con pnnldn of the clly of WliililpcK will required lo fliow ranso for Iho 1 orense In the price of milk, nccofilin to n Etftlcmcnt m.nlc by Jmlge II. nobson, chairman of Iho board commerce, Ihls morning.. .Ttio cl solicitor has nppiled [o Ihd board _ conlmorco for Iho Inquiry Into ..llio' Slore, and In Warner by N, Dc prlcb -of iullkjjicrci :V Window VALUES UP TO And a nice assortment of standard articles for Everybody. R. A. WRIGHT Lethbridge's Finest and Largest Jewelry Store 1898. BALMORAL BLOCK 1919 FRICTION PEDOCIHtTMOTOO OIL i Jtaitfi art. lukpl Imptrlet t'otvr{ at fit r Irnptrlal piadutn. A Warehousing and Distributing Station Krom source to supply, Imperial Polarinc never Ic.nycs Imperial supervision. It comes to you the fame ns it leaves the clean, high grade lubricant. It provides friction-killing lubrication for auto- mobile, truck, tractor and stationary engines. It doesn't break or gum when heat and pressure arc severest. Il prevents loss of power between piston ring and cylinder wall. It burns'without leaving engine life and usefulness. Three Polarine, Imperial arine Heavy and Imperial Polarinc A. Ask the Imperial Oil Man which to use. In half, one, and four-gallon scaled cans, twelve and _a half gallon kegs, halt-barrels and barrels. Soli by lOod dtdtrs ti-tryuhert. IM PERiyVL, 01L LI MITE D T Luhncdtion ;