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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MARCH lC D.Vl.Y -'A'j, M.V. i.j SUGGESTS GOVERNMENT TAKE OVER THE WEYBURN LINE Then "Luxury Gap" Would Be Completed and Give Service In Southern Alberta and Southern 'are net joing la ctnttnk until the C. P. R. the 37 mile lap on LethbrMce-Weyburn line between Altawan and Manyberrlet. coming from along the line prove tbat much. One ftueh ttates that ff, M of the C. P. R. have it would be a luxury to complete the line and operate H, the Dominion government ihould take over the whole line from Winnipeg to lethbrldge, operating It as part of the Dominion Railway System, Thtn Gap" he termi it, would be completed. He sayc: "Who Editor. Herald: your prees report of a few days ago of interview wilh D. C. at Urandon regarding the them. Why not lake them at tlieir .word? The -government could complet "Luxury Gap" this year, and the G T. aid the C. X. H. could lie giver running rights over the lino. Througr rates for southern Alberta coaj, alsc eaieut and lumber, could put into ffect for branch Hue of both lese roads which reach many t Saskatchewan and Manitoba. What boon this would to all three prov- nces. This would solve tho question f getting Alberta coal to our own leople instead of sending millions ot oos to the U. S. each year. Arc tho people ot the wtst going o eland by and see this counlry ex- iloiled for tho tew. It's lucky for the I'. U. they're In Canada Instead of Texas. 1 venture to say that If this pro POEal were put into effect the rails n the Weyburn line would lo kept irlght and ttiat inside of five years j double track would be required. Will the M. P's of Alberta, Saskat- chewan and Manitoba give this pro-j ,iosal a hearing? Now speak up, geu- .It'men. Thanking you, K. P. GRAHAM. I Sharpen Safety Razors 'All Makea of Blades. Single Edge, per dozen..... 30c Double Edge, ptr dozen GOc Ordinary Razors Sharpined, each Rthandltd, SOc Scissors Of all Kinds Sharpened 15c25c Capers Sharpened......... Pocket 50c 10c to 15c .1 have a first class equipment aid do expert work. Every job guaranteed. D, Hurtebese Fifth st s. fn Barber Shop The Tailor o spare for one of the aloresai'J hus-1 d6, U3kf.- a aoy and dut-uun lor ber ward ('hita- :jrrll Ring, as Philip Urown, Chita's lancee, well auJ adds his share o the general fun- It lakes a really good chorus to a scene in tight bathing suits and get away with it successfully; and Ihe chorus in "So Letty" achieves this creditable ayd then some. "So Long Lolly" is a gooj show, It Is well staged, well costumed and well sung, und U brim full and run- ning over with laughter. It will be at tiif Majestic again tonight atnj on its mtrita the house should be crowd- ed' to capacity. "SOlfflBlEFT I ACHES AND PAINS QUICKLY RELIEVED Yottll find Sloan's Linimsnt softens ihe severe rheumatic ache Put it on freely. Don't rub it in. Just let it pfttfiratf naturally. a sense of soothing relief soon follows! External aches, stiffness, sorentss, cramped inuscles, strauicd sinews. liack ailments can't fight off the relieving qualities of Sloan's Liniment., Clean, convenient, economical. Made in Canada. Ask any druggist for it Moan's Lirvimervt Kills PAin 30c, 60c, and Mrs. McCluag Captivated Great Audience at Wesley Last Night P. BURNS SELLS RANCH FOB OVER HALF-MILLION CALGARY, ick D. has purchased from P. Burns for a figure considerably more than half, a million dollars Bar S ranch near High River, Alta., and and all the Circle cattle. There are 3000 heaJ in the Circle herd. McLay came to Alberta from Danville, 20 years ago. To a very large eiiiur-rhis which listened with close alir-mfon to what she harl to saj-. Mrs. MiCiuiis deliver her address with Tin- tule- -''rhrco Times anil Out." It was in rcalily llu> truo narrative of the tsiKjricrices ot two Canadian of war who had escaped from Gfrm.'iu- rmd luUl in a book Mrp. McClung lias written. "Three Times and Out." ribyil tho three attempts male, tho of which suet-ceiled. The stroy was told Mrs. McCluiiK by Mervyn Simtuomls, u U. C. soldier, who vislteil l.-nhbridse last spring who tin.1 iiiindpal in it. As related by the- speaker it deeply interested the audieni e. Siuimonds along vtith was caiitured after Iho famous gas altat-k; of the Germans, when with its first! I experience the Algerians, niio ai liortton of tho line, in dismay broko (the samn. Tills Is'a of tory. The, brutality to which the prisoners were subjected, imw when parched with thirs.1 arid lurigrnfr for, i u tup of cold water w'ren lieing taken 'to the prison'camp they were given boiling water, was told by Mrs. Mf-j Clung. I Taken to Giesen anj atier.vania i placed on a farm lo work at a village.- E. H. -Russell, chief ciCTk of the con- IS miles from lho Swiss border Sim-. slruction deportment of the Dominion monds and another made the firct get-, _ IT- TI comPany- committed suicide hy away. They were captured after Charlotte l.reenwooo Lives Up throwing himself into Glace Bay liar- some days being discovered by a worn. bor. at Sydney. .X.S. j an, one of many engaged in a pntato'. patch, who gave tho alarm. There j j was some .humor in Simonrt'a stay on the farm, where there were three j daughters of the house who were sur-( prised to hear that in Canada the. women did not work in the fields as they did. and there and then made up-; GRANT 10 Adds 5100 For Special Reasons, .Making H Estimates Coming Up Today Tan adjourned meeting of the city council was held tMs morning with Kreem.ia 'present, An from i G. V. A. fiafd in equal monthly payments. The request of ihe city auditor for an increased remuneration ol dua j to ttie increased cost ol preparing the 1 audit WUK Ihe attciitioa ol the council and a resolution passed that whereas the increased cost is an act- ual tact. Uiat ati increase ol 5300 lor IMS lie allowed. The was requited to Mr. Stirling o( tho provincial liability for aa explanation of the under which the city pays the liability insurance." TJi? secretary o! ihe city band's up- ifjticu for the balance of grunt (or was laid on the table and the city sf'L'feMry instructed to forward a copy of the resolution in regard to strong Protest Over Wages Of- fered Kelurned Soldiers on New Building for increasing the grant of an- nually untie, to was considered. The estra was asked for by the fact that considerable amount of money was spent by the lorat veter- ans' organization hi order to get the club rooms cleanel out and In in- rovements on the outside, such SB the doors antl windows and ying out of the grounds. The ap- ticatlon was granted, (he sum to be lo Advance Very Clever all SPRING FEVER It ivas Charlotte Greenwood the way at the Majestic theatre af u -PI.' night, when Morocco's musical com-. rollomng Colds, Unppe, iy "So Long Lelty" was prcsentetl before an unusually targe apdfenco by an unusually well-rounded com- pany, with an unusually attractive vehicle. There was no let up to the Watery or Poaooed Blood XBr Dt VAIEXTJXE Mori.) At this lime of year most ntople suf- fun she provided for she ii a born fcr frora what we term "spiins comedienne, and 'So fers her abundance ol Lojig Letty" of-i. _ f scope' for the because o a t condition o[ the development of her Inimitable humor j blooii. because of the toxic poisor.s of word, of gesture, and of. exurcs- j stored up within the body during the sion. i long winter; cil too much tho lime- sho appeared in the I ith veccUWcs (irst act till the final curtain she held I 1, tia 'fscillilflc nf hor' BlOOUttSS thin, aUCmiC pCOplC. their minds to rome'lo Ihis country. After being re-captured Iho prison- j crs were taken back lo Glesen and later to anolher'-camp. They were placed in dark cells for pttnlsbmctit jinrt in every way. subjected to inhuman treatment. From this camp Simmoniis and his companion made their second i bid for'freedom, only to be ed on a bridge when within eight feet: j of its terminus iaiihe Dutch border. That before building operations m Lethbridge start there is going to be a qu-s- tion of laborer's wapes Is the very emphatic statement of members of the executive of the Trades and Labor Council who yesterday en- tered a very em.ihatlc protest against the wages b-ing offered by the contractors of the Coca Ccla building on fith St. 5. "They are offering 40 cents an hour, offering that amount to re- turned soldiers. I was there when a number of them applied for jobs this morning and refused to ac- cept. Nothing less than 45 cents P.n hour should be ottered, and we are going to lake the whote mat- ter up with the Great War Veter- ans in order to draw up a sched- ule of fair wages which wifl meet the cost of This was the statement of Chas. Peacock of the Trades Council and member of the coun- cil was with him at the time. Thomas Jamieson and McKen- zie, contractors for ths building, answered the protest by stating that they could get plenty of lab- orers in Cafgary at 40 cents an hour. IRON SPRINGS the grant reriucstinK a detailed state- metn ol expenditure. The application of Signer and Ed- gelt in respect to the revision of the city insurance iviH be given due con- sideration, at (he proper The report 01 the chief ol police and the re com me nil a lions attached will be considered when the estimates come up. The council adjourned until 3 p. m. when the estimates ivill be brought up. To owners of HUDSON AUTOMOBILES 19 10, 1911, 1912 and 1913 have purchased the parts for models which the Hudson Motor Co. had in their SERVICE STATION at Toronto and we selling these at a great reduction, You can put your oid Hudson in again at a comparatively small cost Write w for prices The Dominion Automobile Co., Limited Hfr-lSfl St., Torosto, Ctufc P.S. Do not write us for parts for recent models. These must be purchased from your Local Dealer. (From Our "Own Correspondent) "ION SPIUN'QS, March Mr. They were taken 'to the prison camp Chester McDonald maile a business time o{ the year, should try the refresh- the rislfaJe 'faculties of her audience! literally at her finger with pale dictks and lips, who wasn't giving them a rest, by trans-i have a poor appetite and feel that fftrrlny its attention to her equally j worn or feverish condition in the spring- humorous toes or her drolly apokea Hoes. She is distinctly with a personality all her own, and a way of putting it over that is inimitably effective. -She la well supported hr a capable cast and a fetching chorus, well COE- tajwd i" tablet or liquid form. Made turned and physically good to look at without from jfUd rooU and Good dancers, fair voices and catchy music'Of a somewhat unusual type ot OWenberg from, they made Jrip to Coaldale on Friday ot their last and succjeWul venture. week. last heir last and succjeWul venture. week. I This is the frame work of a slorv The Pie Social was a great success which took two hour's in Ilio telling at the school house on March ind was made all the more interesting 7th.- in; Ionic powers of a good alterative and blood purifier. Such a tbhk: as drug- gists have sold for fifty years, is Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It is a standard remedy that can be ob- and entertaining by the way Jlrs. Me- make -up matches well performance) ith the class which p? en- tertain ment provided by the pals. Eunice Burnham, as. the other wife, plump md a good cook, an em- phatic lisp, seconds acr efforts in Occasionally one should "clean boute" with castor oil or tiny pHls made cp of the May-apple, leaves of aloe and and sold by almost all druggists in country u Doctor Fkrcc'i Pleasant Pdkts. was fn a very bad condition. I could not eat without feel- and in appearance is a ing distressed. Had indigestion so badly Cavanaugh, it the two husbands, car ry taelr share of the action to perfec- tion, and the costume, ot the latter is brilliant In the extreme. Hallie Man- ning, as Chita Alvarez, has a good deal lo do with the'ptot, and does it well, besides looking charming, singing ac- ceptably and dancing adorably. Hen- rietta Lee, as the aunt with a million trouble as well, and the two just put lae 'down and out' for abont five I had manhood doctors but gol no relief. I took Didor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery'and before I bad taken two bottles I was much Improved, and in than six months L was well. I could eat inything and do a- work with -KM. Asxiz arand St Two ihings dbout Toe following program was car- ried put: Ciiainnan, Rev. S. Pike; an Clung toid it. Tho narrative abound- instrumental, Mrs. 'Hobbs; i with humor, pathos, sentiment and Miss Tcna Reiter; reading, Miss An-] iwcr or narration. [tlersoa; instrumental, tMrs. S. Pike! In tbe first part of the evening the and .Mr. F. DIckout; reading, Miss following program, supplied by the Arthur; recitation, Mrs. HoBbs; song. Ladies' Aid of rendered. Rccilatfon, church was Anderson; reading, Mr. Bert Miss llary Hobbs; guessing contest, ail partlci-f Austin; vocal Dawsou reading, Rev. S. Pike; red-, tation, Afr. J. LaBanc. Each lady. taken by the Rev. Cragg. and Hendrie; piano solo, -Mr. Banner; vocal solo, Mr. Docker. The chair was brought two She wore one, the i others were placed in a tin and car- ried round to the gentleman, all of (whom received one, and was then ex- jpected to find the duplicate worn by! tho lady present. It thua gave the i honor of eating supper with the lady present. All adults were charged 25 cents, and, children-10 cents. The i proceeds which Amounted to 112.20 were sent to the travellers aid society. All agreed that It was one of the most interesting socials, held in the district. The Ladies'.Aid arc holding their annual sale and fowl supper on March theihome of Mr. P. Tichler. Supper served from 6 o'clock on. The charges for the supper will be: Adults ciO cenfs> children 25 cents. After sup- per a pr'osram'will be provided, to be followed by the sale of useful and Only 5 Very Few Cases of In- fectious and Wafer Tests According to tiio report of lha 3oard of Health for...the month of falicy article's at reasonablo prices. February, there was in tile city only Proceeds for church purposes. Every- case of scarlet fever, one of diph- theria and one oE chicken pox. The, following arc the results of the milk tests. Butler-fat. arc wonderful flavor fl sturdy nourishment. But you can a better idea of Grape-Nuts by eating it tnanybucan by reading about it, SoJd by Grocers Every where Canada food Board License ISo. 2-O26 CrysUl Dairy............... 3.8 Btshoj 3.5 Bulterwick................. 3.4 Kelger Dairy 3.2 Results of tests ot milk for seili- menl: Grade Grcde Walt......................... 1 CrysUl Dairy.................. 1 Bishop........................ 1 Htittcrwlck.......... 1 felger Dairy........'........... 1 Percentage of marks awarded for sanitary conditions of dairy premises: Possible marks, 1M. Farming Co.............. 9s Lloyd, Devino and Nllason 87 C. R. Daniels 84 i. Pawion ...................1.. SI Chambers...................... 7'' Watt 19 McKean v Water Tetli The tesls of Ihe city water show no evidence of the presence of the colon bacillus, lim germ of typhoid fever. body invited. Quantity, quality, price, are the three things that recommend Gold Soap to you. Gold Soap offers you the best laundry, soap you can buy. It gives you 'the biggest cake you .can buy for the money. Could, you ask more? V, Proctor 4 Goi? HOLE PRIVATE BOOZE; GETS 3 YEARS IN PEN SAltNIA. Ont, March Tljree years In Kingston penitentiary was the sentence meted out yesterday lo Dominic K. Waters on a charge of Mealing liquor from private 1 tlcnce. Last November, the accused, with a companion, on the pretcnso of lua'kln? some ,rppafr9( walerplpe, to 'the basement. Tlioy secured, a pail i'nrl curried bit (ho lEciiior lo a Ir'ubk aad made N THE PROBLEMS OF call for intelligent patriotism of the high in the home as well as in business-better food for children and for men and women who do the work of ihe world. Shredded Wheat comes back to the breakfast table whh all hs crisp and iasty goodness, its body-building nutritive value Start the day right by cat ing it with milkor cream, grocer can now supply the normal denund for your favorite breakfast cereal MAOE IN CANADA ;