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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 and Intereit to' xr: WHERE is the logical plfce for the Rweivng Room in a Wholewle Warehouse? TTiu book tells you, And backs up Us statements with logical wny- Thu one point alone has convinced many a business man ot the value of a modern Freight Elevator in stopping business leaks ind lacrcasu-i; though. added efficiency at handling goods and filling orders Live merchants and manufaclofes initantly recognize the importance of abreast of the time.'. To such thii BooL will prove rnelatien It points the way to greater p'rotts through ef- and the intelli- gent disposition of tyne labor Sent free "upon re- quest 1 COMPANY SO iST, TORCWfb Sffld us this coupon to-day for your copy of our nevv book, "The Elento'" Don't put it off and all about off, fill in and mail NOW the Famous Scott JEpedition practically evciv wat vvas occupied 111 the Lugo auditorium of idiuich to hoar Comuuiiiier 'icotuic on the Scoil expedition The tlwir was occupied bv Jmlse Jack- son, who referred lo maritime I expeditions had done lorgiiiR ,tlio hibtorv 01 natvons Step bv step, Commai.der Mans took his audhnco tltiough the stoiv ;oi the expedition culminating in the 'great catastrophe winch bffcll the COUPON "N 5E I Please send me jour Book IEN. IflGIHY BILLS TODEnUiTHYFT HOUSE WILL SIT LONGER THAN IT WAS AT FIRST THOUGHT C. N. R. INFORMATION Ottawa, Slav 5 in the llouse TV as 01 an etceedinglj varied character vesterdav _ In the earlv part of afternoon' a large number Ml 111 OFFICES FOR HAAKE AND DEL BON1TA THE NAMES ARE OPENED ALREADY APPOINTMENTS MADE dauntless leader of the and his asst-ciates Both lecture and pic- tures were highly interesting, and i Commandei Evans, pioveil a model lectuier, introducing here ami there a [touch of humor, hcie .met there a I pathos, and here and there a thrill- 1 ing incident to mark the hardships ].'nit rigors which tne party had to I go through I The iluubini; of Hie great Beard more glacier vv as told Us dangerous crevasses v ere displav- cd and Ihe arduous work 01 the men in crossing over the great eipansc ot ice, establ shing depot" and finallv reaching the eighth pirallel on New rear's Eve "Perhaps the most striking part 01 the lect'ire was the undent ot Cap tain Scott coming into speaker's lent, within lij miles 01 the, pole, him tnat 11 he would give him one more man he would be able to reith his destination Lieutenant Bovvers vvas chosen, and here the speakei paid a tribute of gallantn to the "smallest man in the expedition, vi as alwav s desirous of taking a part in the biggest work It vvas the last the speaker saw of that gallent partv who lived to plant the Union Jack, presented bv Queen Aleiandra on the Antarctic Pole Commander Evans referred to what is now common iustorv of hffw that small partv tared Thev reached "the pole on Januarv 17th, 1312, onh to Cnd that the Norwegian Commander Amundsen had forestalled them But there vvas no expression of ill feeling (Special to the Herald) Magrath, Alta Mar 5 thrown 'ho Snorts oi S Ball and Dr d S Stewart, II PI' of Leth- were disposed of, and bridge, two post offices will be im- the premier at. the request 'of Sir mediately established on the llacln- T thp I tv re lease, 'one on f township twentv to be known as Haakc, with J R Saake as postmaster, the other in township tiyeniv-one, vvith postniaster, and to ha known as Del Bonita Tlus will lie good news to the homesteaders, as the} have been ask- outlined the .pro- gram of the session vet to Tie under ta in" -V tengthv list of measures, t n in number, vvas enumerated Sjt Mr BdJden as having tx, on, ih onl.'r paper for consideration this sess on and there are evidences that I th cuav be much longer than C'nlemulated, especially in view of th that there is c large amount 01 legislation on the or- der apers to be disposed of Daiim; the dar, the first install- ment cf information askefl for by the opplre.tion on tne Canadian Northern uroposais v as tabled by-the Premier If, that the resolution eml'odvfng the proposals had been Mt off3 the order paper m order that "mlglit he made in Jhe draft Two hills ileallng witlT post oflice legislation received tlieir third reari ing alter ,a Jengtln _ discussion on inaijv Chases of post oflice work Mr White succeeded in putting tnroujlr his resolution regarding the pig iron imported lor manufacture m Canada on- the part of the intrepid Tfo (lays Uter he juined homeward, struggling against to the) little numbers leduted to three In theJ great silence of the eternal inovii .was, 'sliovvn the three cairns of show eaoh with its cross marking the 'resting plaio o! the heroes. In the march to the Pole on No- vember 39, 1911, Commander flvans led tlm advance partv with three tons ot provisions 'the handicaps thev lud to contend against with slipping ice, and sledges continually breaking down were vtvidlv told FOUL months vsere spent m the Ant- arctic winter without the light of the sun The spcauer refeircd to individual characteristics 01 the partv, speakmg of the heroism, seli-demal and thought for one another displav- ed all round Modestlv he remarked that while good fortune everjwherei favored was the revere with conditions which laced Capt. Scott Speaking oi the attack of scurv- which took him on the icturn march, he spoke leelmglv and glowmglv of the care bestowed on him by his two se.imen companions, Crean and Lash- leigh, who lefused to abandon him, and the wonderful march of Crean to the next depot of.35 miles, with onlj one dav's bring him aid These seamen ,mcntioned for gal- lintry.when Commander Evans was presented to King Oeorge, and His "Majestv conferred on them, the Al- bert medal, the highest honor for acts of braverj To hear the speaker, and to see the pictures, were sufficient to im- press on the audience the great achievements of the explorers Froz- en seas, nughU glaciers, detp crev- asses, temperatures oi 77 degrees be- low zero, substinente on seals and penguins huts blown away hv blii- i-ards, all demonstrate! the wonder- tul call on hflman fortitude and en- durance which responded to NO SIGN OF LIFE IS THOUGHT CREW HAS BEEN TAKEN OFF SAM ANDERSON' INSTALS TEST- TO CHECK UP RESULTS HIS Cardsten, Alta. Mar An me Boston Mass "Wav 5 de- uaraaioa, AHO. ------------ask- taljs regarding the burning steamer, i flerson, one of the natrons of tin ing for an office for -over a vear A I slghted 300 miles south of Cape Race Cardaton creamery, has made a re- vvejkk service will be operated -_a- bv the steamer Sevjjhtz, tvnaiU'Voduc til the rohtc warrants an inrr.-ise, Icemen for -New were antious-1 to the district In milk prouuc the route to originate at Magrath Baited m shipping circles todav j t'on From nine cows in the month An efiort bas been made to the route commence dtt Milk River, the local'Conservative executive pull- ed hard lor Magrafch and the.r work has not been m vain The Lite uaujc ui ._ nt 3fl DOlind inc.r worn nax nui utcn m vam ine fhf> name 01 ViiC Dim LIIH-L aa a--- postmasters for the two new offices 0thK steamer apparently heard I day, and this at 30.cenU, per receded their appointments last her call for help Sundav of butter 'at was worth 116 50 lor the night', and thev shoulel he established the Sevdlltz could see no sign ,of life monta .u-h and read) for business in at least on board it was hoped that the crew i The advantage elf "OT testing sur-n twelve dk' v had been taken of! by some other as Mr Anderson has .uBtituied on his T'SWl Ifarm 1tl" be 3een comparison "The difficulty of obtaining news by of the ay-erage month for the wireless concerning the burning ship whole herd, which Is about oO was increased bv the fact that'the the average of the two bert In SOLID CHOCOLATE J1APLE BUDS The wholesome- Confection. Moose -Jaw, .H'-J IHItuS -Vi gjj ulll( O-fili IUC "i- ami. The TCGselwas enveloped for a. cojiple of miles.. A charge or. smoke and her name could not be as- j per head for the .entire, grazing been" free from war, but now tele graphic communication Is cut off, and the in doubt about the supply of raw 'material. MITCHELL'S ENEMY GOES TO ASYLUM M.I fecnt over season makes Mr A-nderson's vyireljss calls Cor assistance and sev- eral steamers responded Responses'to the wireless appeal received" fromHhe steamers Sa- New York, May C. Mnhonev, who on April 17, shot at Mayor' Mitchell 'aiid wounded Corpor- ation Counsel 'Frank. L. was" sent to llatteavvan Asylum for the criminal insane. FASHIONS CHANGE Bift it is always in the best of taste, to serve ,1 A PURE CREAM OF TARTAR POWDER! Approved by physicians and b both State and National- Awarded highest honors by The great World's Expositions, and proved 'of superior strength and purity by the official tests. No No Lime Phosphate every effort made in the adviHtuetnenU of the cheap baking to conceal die fact that they are made from alumi ctoi> READ THE INGREDIENT CLAUSE UPON THE LABEL on the can and never buy unlett'it thowi creamlof tartar. (OFFICIAL) "In view of the overwhelming mass of evidence antagonistic to alum, it is recommended that its use in baking powders be prohibited by law." United States Senate, Committee Report, afternoon, and through "Mr. .1ac- obg a private loan sufficient to tide .he board over its present stringency was arranged for The announcement was Very welcome to the teachers who hack salary to col lect. ULSTER ARSONfeTTES BUSY BelfSt, Ireland, Mar 4 arson iquad of tile militant snffragrttcG re- sumed Its campaign in Ulster todir, bj 'bnrninu the neiv grandstand o[ the Cave Hill Tennis club LOST STEAMER NOBLE i Dulutll, Mav 5 0 S Ciod help us This is the bottled wail ot resigned despair believed to have been pencilled by one of the crew of the ill-fated Benjamin Xoole as the dooiaed vessel wns pitching to lum, that the calmed lake waters have vicldcd Allowing only for the possibility that? some one" has glvm expression to a perverted sense of there is little doubt that a note suawlerl on a piece ot hrovvh papoi and bottled in a whisky flask winch was picked up on Park Point, by a boj today, was written by one of the nineteen men whobc lives were lost earlv last, week The note reads "On board the ilMated steamer; Ms doomed tonight liod 'S. 0-_S_' h.o man can Itnock you on. And do so with The onh knocker w ho ceta by Is known as> I "r clrora, Frnnconia, Olympic and Bran- flnnbiirn.-All these steamers proceed- ed to the rescue. Another tireless placed the position of the-bhrning vessel-at 41.27 north, 51.07; west. There bill comparatively low Owners of ctfws in the town'of Cardston arc h'avini some trouble getting grazing this year. it seems the Indian department are asking the town to guarantee some for Cardston cows. Tie town is very unwilling to put up the bond and now the council claims the .right to say who shall have the town herd. It 11.27 nortn, ai.ur WHE who shall have tne town nera. IL no sign of life on the steamer, -it iras j S8Ems to be the of co'w owners added, anil-no boats .could-he> that a man shall haye'charge cf the seen in the vicinitv. BLUE TEA It Is the chosen tea for-all occasions In thousands ot Western homes. Mnd tWl AdvtrtlMmtnt with 29 to Blue Ribbon, Limited WlnnlMf, for the llui Cook Book The bcit cook book r "KIIIM Wntt Mmt'aenl iddretei plainly. Ottawa, Out., W. T. White introduced and secureel first dins tor the tariff bill, which'is intended to give effect to the tanff resoluttona which appeared in tho budget, and which were approved In comn'Ittee yeitcrdav In thlg con- nection the Finance Minister said he desired to correct a misapprehension in some of the ncwapapeis with le- ;rei to what he hud said last night as to readjustments of the tariff; which might become necessary with the coming Into effect o! the new dut- ies or. structural steel.' There would be no further tariff sea sion, he said. Craw does he aeo tractive about that divorcee that lie thinks of marrying her7 alimony in (per- manent herd this year, and there is some riv- alry HE to who gets the Job. Up Mill Saturday night no appointment has heen made. It will 'from' 58000 to J10000 per. month Cardston Oeamcry has. been under- going some verv extensive repairs The paintei his gone over the entire interior, and both woodwork and ma shlnery show the touch of his brush. New tables have been i Installed and, increased facilities foi testing New 1? equipment has also been purcLiscd The n'" for storlns; croam here HI a few ilaj s and will be set up Immediately rAlrtady an Increased supplj of cream is coining in. Aunt Cart! SB expected vveefc to be !iresent; next .Sunday aa a representative of the general hoard of the Primary as- ejociatlon. Cardnton School Board, which; in common with many others In .the south country, han been In financial difficulty, Is now eased up "What did you do at the meeting today'1 >was the Question- put by the. scribe to one of-the Board mcmbors "I think .'we Imvoi.-fcorrowed norae vvas the The Hoarrt met In Lawyer office ou-Frt- All the snap and vigor of the Golden West -in "FORCE" The ripe product of the wondrous used in r'FORCE" Wheat is '''King of the Cereals" foods may be rich in flesh- forming elements but wheat is the one food 'which combines muscle- makers, bone-builders, and brain in one. Eat "FORCE" -Toasted Wheat Flakes, because it's wheat, cooked with malt, flaked, baked, toasted and ap- even more beneficial than whm itself. Try "FORCE" 1HIWKUWHUT1 TOASTED WHEAT FIAKE5 H-0 CompmK, HHniiwn, n tnd SoM IM toot V Ts. ;