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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FAGECKiKT 1 V TUK UmiHItlDUK UAILT 11KHALU TUESDAY. MAY OTTAWA. May nlliray ee-uld be reached wlih a branch ___ 3 ot the commons this mora- .tng repotted the bill respecting tht Manitoba aid Northwestern Railway of Canada, whlcb authorizes the comtiMctloa o[ a. brawn Una from a point on Its Shell Klver branch In a northerly direction. B. U RlctarJaon objected lo the company Aelns allowed to Issue se- eurlUcs lo an amount ot nille. Other railways in the wett. had been, built for much The committee decided thai In view 'of lie present cost of coastrodlon not to make a cbacce, and the bill Til'.- bill suthoriilng EvinlmaU end Nsnalmo Railway Company bu'.ld and conflruct cwo addlU lines on Vancouver Uland waa re- -ported without The amhoriied are: Krai: From Albeml lo Comoi Lake. V .'Second: From Sprout Late lo Ixjcg Beach, on. the coaai ol Vancouver Island. Pralria Ptailway There was aoeae dJacoaakin of a bill to Incorporate the Graad Prairii Cpmprar. ilr. Tweedle ei- plaluel that Its Immediate object Ii to tap the coil flelda ot Bmokey River, but Its ultimate object Is to reach Fprl. Vermilion. ilr. Kichardson and Mr. Cahill op- posed tie granting or the charUr !rom tbo Kdmonion and Dunvegan iltivav. Mr, Murphy Mid the country should bo jervfcd by the Cauaillau National Hallway j In Own Juice Mr. Richardson urged that tha com- thould not grant any tJditlon al charters in western Canada lo prl. vats corporations. 118 said thai with- in the last tours tie numbers the house, bad receive.! an appeal j from J. D. McArlhur lo be relieved o( the, Eamontca and Dunvegan road- He hid reached the end o! bis finan- cial rwourcei. In tht end the line probably wouhl la taken, orer by tbe government.- The Alberta should Iw allowed 10 stew In fbflr own. Juice. CoasMeretlou ol the bill wu de- ferred uniil ft report can ba received from tha Canadian National Jnd the Canadian Pacific Itailway as lo whether the granting ol charter rould irith their immediate placs. Mr. Fklariton thought Ihe oplnjcn ol i. O. 'ilcArjllur should aho be jnlc. bsi this will be lelt lo the rail-1 H. R. and H. B. Application Tie High Sistatcoa ud Hudson Bay Railway Company eiten- sloo till was coasidered. The projecled line ta ITOU lUt lo Siikaloon and theace lo Tha Pma. jAtuea Sacllle, counsel for the pauy. ibsurcd tho couluilLtee.lnat iue Is ready lo proceeJ mlth con- struction. Jlr. CahlH objeclfj that the line would Interfere with Canadian al and Canadbn, 1-acUlc Railway pro- poled lines. D. C. manager ot western Canadian pacific Railway HUM, roil eunvd Itt Ihis an.J .toe. coir.iult- tee decided thai .ibe company must produce -a may -Iwfore TUG merits ol tae could be considered, rnrther consideration was giren to Hw bill to extend the lime lor th cocatractlon o2 the line of the Cal- gary and reraie Ralliray Oampany. bill -fit last considered. It ma aucfemed that the company hot he allowed to v __ __ _______ that the coa! rntaei other lines tor IS miles outvo! fer- MOMV ud Coming From Prirfs Are Thai considerable money [or invest- ment Is xoing to now Into Canada from Ihe United Stalei and particularly from the slate 'of Wartlnflou Into Southern Alberta is the opinion o( Eusene B- Fat re, director ol Ihe Bpo and Eastern Trust Company, the I Mutual Savings Bant ol Sjatlle, artd a member ol the firm ot >3urphey Farre and Co, of Spokane. S1TOOF DeriOsThsl From Umknown >___ CoAsMcrabld tnvstery surrounus Iho dtfalh. ot.JpEepblqe. the four months old daUKnter at Mr. and Mrs. Kntte- wlcb, ol who died on Suu- day. A coronsr's Inquest consli- aratl owing (o the reftiul by Uie doctor o( a Hedlcal held oo Mouday afternoon with Ibe Jury brlngln; in a-verdict ol death from unknown causes." Tha Infant was aJllna: on Friday and Dr. Galbraltb was called In preicrlbed for slomach trouble. Liter ta day Dr. Lynu. Ms parl- nrr, saw Ihe child nnd a brulBC and iwelllnf had developed on Ihe right cheak with little patient toommg aad dy'nf early on the Sundaj- morhlnx. .doctors were" o! the opinion that: death" was-caused-by a blow. The coroaer was uollAed and Inspector .Uundy. of the provincial police, went-down to the Koftewlch home to Investigate the mailer. He dljcovfred nothlnjrto Justify the arreii fit tbe parents on suspicion and was satisfied that it was enough lo sum- mon them aa witnesses at Ibe Inquest. Two men who board with the par- enls o! the dead child teitlfiej that [hey heard nothing In the way ol blow or a cry Irom tbe child. The Mr Favre hss been vhltln; the bear an eicelleut reputation, Ihe husband aa a hard working miner. of sBxJiigsI Trufi. L of mar and ttn they know tram A to Z. 15 they .will, it tucci tEkBn _ bngBC to go the or. Tie jim is als .Mtfuflr fc tin at utn wttt 'a well inochtn need only aibt BUle LM'E o f H.J t V V Under the of the Local Council 01 Women for jlricl In'regard to Investments and has i covered lie south country pretly ev tenslvelv, returning to Lelhbrldge on his way beck to Spokane yesterday. He is cilremely laken with. Iho con- Jdltlons of tho country with he neit crop, with the number ot outi owned-by the farmers, and In'e ple'ndid showing o[ Ihe horses. With. eEard to ibe laller he says he has never seen tuch fine horses in any arming country. With tne easy accessibility oi kane lo LethWldEe tbe city- and dls- rict have come" to be-regarded as rlbuliry to the AVBshbjtoh cily by he Now Ihat Ilia rar Is over there Is a considerable imonnt of loose capital in the Slaies, mi with the call for Liberty bonds over, olner channels are being sought Investment which Ihe war has prevenled. The eyes of the financiers are tnmed lo Canada and Canadian bonds are held In great cstlmalldn. Alberta Is regarded in lie stale' of liiriKlon. as a. stable province, holding many opporinnilleS for Invest- ment, and Mr. Favre .says that his firm Is bnt to do ana hopes' a consHerabla amount of business in this part ot tbe province. With lie Irrigation Hr. Favre .anticipated considerable de- velopment In Southern Alberta. The bond! for tie same, he'feels snre, wJH be readily told- Tbe nrm of JJurpnyj Favre and Co. uld a good 4eal oi buslr ness In the financial invest'-" menta Alberta before the war, and now. are (JdtlBRJip.lhe threads which were'broien through lib war, and are developing tbe sanie on ei- tenjlve lines, hence his to go over Ihe ground." With what he has seen.Is conHdent'thct thorn, will be greater financial the city oi.-Spokane, .and Lethbridga" "ifm the soulh counlrj; A bUj lo Alberta Is ex- pected by Mr. Favfe, in that the Price 61 lind la so allmcllv-e M compared with the prices In "the states of >yash- Ington and Oregon. Alberta has be- come very wclj known, and Ihe {bulb- em part particularly Is a topic.p[ in- terest and conversation, NO EXPERIENCE: NECESSARY The idea, thai bread making is W long and difficult operation is a as bread may now be Included in the list en quickly prepared for with ROYAL YEAST CAKES light, sweet bread be baked and ready for use within four hours from the time the sponge is set. Full detailed instructions are contained in Royal Yeast Bake Book which will be sent free upon request. -1 E.W. Gillett Company Limited. Toronto. Canada anj tbe wife, who li only IT old, as a good mother and a xood: houte- Ite. Both were very much attached to'the child. With the ver- dict of the jury there waa nothing held iaiMbe pareets. PTl. CHHUTIANSON HOMl Pie: Jamec Chrfitlsjaon, .Yo. who Joined Ihe (amoui .113th Baltaiion here In 1516, ud left 'Cal- gary in September for overaeai, Is back IE the city more- Pte. Chrli- tlaison lout part In the battles ot Amiens and Arras. He Is an old-limer In Lethbrldge and Trortetl In (ho C.P.H. freight theds before go- ing overseas. The faraier, mulnlil or cttl- ita at the VHI hw odea (eft artt ot tnformaHloD u to the eucl loca- tion ot the pblcla >l which the ilUtuii dllferent couria an held or at which title dwdl, chattel mortgaiei, iKetilaf peraocjl proyertr, may be reslitered. The ner ii- sue ot the Land Reglltratlon and Ju- dicial Districts ..Map whlcli has recenl- ly two puhllshtM by the department cf ihe Interior .through lla natural re- sources intelllgrnce bwncli shova by a slnjple" color, sclicnie the boundaries of both laud reclaim.'on ud dlalrklt In Manitoba, Sasiatcliewau and Alberta. Tho towns which art the of the land tilkn or laad redilralion dl.trktc, u ;weil aa ihe plr.tee Ih'o ronntry ur dlalrlcl couria and Ihe aiiaremo or courts of King's bench ail, are Indi- cated br simple conventional iifiif. A copy of this map roar to obtain- rt free of cbarce ay .application tu the Natural lleaourcia Intelilfenco Branch of the. Department. o[ tbe In- terior, OtUwa. Premier HeorBt approved of Toron- to's housing scheme. It Is rumored Ihat a- liolel may bo opened at-Toronlo. How Returned Men Can returned man who wants to become a ;ls real, EVE.RY Qualified for that cartX get through the Soldier Settlement Board. Child Welfare The Ladies on your generosity to make it possible for them to lake ypur help lo the babies. NEW YORK, war has dealt world Jewerj a blow from which t will not lor generations, and tmlr rising of American Jews "In all Ihelr slrenglb and 'nobllltyt' can prevent Mnthllatlpn- uf Jewery, In Dr. H. L. Davij ol Cntcifo, a malor In tht Red comnitiikm to Poland, declared .here .jeslerday upon uli arrival direct from trv. "WorW Jewery Is at the greates crlilJ In its Dr. Davis declar ed. "Five years o( terrllile war have decimated Ihe Jewish nonulatlon throughout eastern Kuro'iw-and ebb aud low of fighting In Poland Austria, Cztchn-Slotahln and Aussl has ylrlually wfifcd out the yoongc generation 'of men. The only hono o Ifce In Ihe o America, who are sllll flnlnclally ound and rhose younger generallon at not Buttered so terribly from nroada of war.J' ho declared, Art "dying" like lies" In Waraaw, 13rest-Lltovsk' and PlnsX and oilier parts of New Poland, Next r The. Govemmeal's propimtnc (1) The iecuriag o[ land. (2) The loaning ol capital needed to purchase equipment and live stock, and creel build- (3) Agricuilural Irafning and farm supervision. The Loam Granted jnay be approved by the Advisory CpmmiUcc, ac- to the needs of the settler, on tbe following basis: (1) Up lo on the purchase of land. (2) Up 16 on Ihe purchase of live stock, implements and oilier equipment- (3) Up lo on the erection of buildings and other per- manent improvements. The first arid third are repayable in twenty-five equal annual instal- ments; second in four equal annual instalments beginning Ihe third year, no iiftciest being charged for the first Iwp years. On all (heSe. loans the low interest fivcpirceni. will be charged. jOcalh payment of fen per cent, of the purchase pike will be required on the but this may be. waived by the Board in special itsU. KAUOHTY MlBchlevoiis boys have been ot work breaking the glass over Hie notices In the'street Idler boies and throwing refuse Into tho Interior of Incse x boios. These culprits are warned that the. police, are' Vafchfng- out. F6r" them nnd lha't they'will be rcriouiiy 'dca.U with whsn.'caughi, Qualified settlers on lands may secure loans lip to maximum o( a plan similar lo the- above, --for' farm equipment, .live stock, and erec- tion of buildings, prodded se- curity offcred-iusiiEeS-lbelQan- J J To Wboin Granted L To be entitled priviieges a roan must have served wjtli; an honourabll rectsrd in the Canadian, Imperial, or British in an, actual theatre of n-ar or bulr side of the .country in 'which he enlisted (service in U.S. or Bermuda ml Others eligible; are: A British subject who lived in Canada before the War'and. who was on active service, with the Allied 1'orces in an actual theatre'of war, A member of ..tbe Canadian Ex- pcditionaty Force, who served in Canada only, but a in receipt of a pension for disability by- such'service. benefits-are also granted lo widows of such' men. A Broad Policy All soldiers whose btst interests will be served byJ.Ukim up will be assisted. Only suitable' land will be approved, is (a) land th'at, is near to eiistrnf railways or organised ctjmmunitits; (b) land thai will.nalit Ihe soldier; lafld Ihat will pro- vide a first class 'In addition to, these advantages the Board has planned a cystern of collective -purchase, so itican' guarantee setUersVtbe best .value. obtainable anywhere in liye'slpct, implements, and other needs. It will also, assist soldier .settlers with, advice, and super-. .v vision, if necessary, in tfte manage'-.. ctivities, so that results' will be'obUmed; Wiiere tof Appiy Apply to the Soldier Settlement Board in the Province in. which live'. The address is given below. Tho Soldier Settlement Board (W. J. BLACK, Oa'amin) Union itankBuiWing, OTTAWA. ivnrl? _.____ ALCOITA- Tfl. HOYA SMttovl d, St., U.S. nutct DWAIII m awril, ir, kc. t tin- boy, 3.W.1, ;