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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE "GET THE HABIT" Say to JOU.T grocer. It is THE BEST TOTLE MOSfEY CAX SILVER JUBILEE OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC Some of Its Early Struggles Kecalled-Sir William Van Home May Write Its History-Interesting Figures .----------V jaL-iS railway developments in the vorM's history. Oi> the 7th Novem- ber, mo, the Hon. Donald A. Smith extent in'car- T or PHONE 1027 Gil more 2nd Are. A North company-----, iriies, which by means of the iSoo aad ilarquotte..Railways gives is j practically, a. .second transcontinental rote. The Early Struagles j Apart from the statistics showinc j isc sTowtli, and of Can- awl-she O.P.R. during tie 5liich in thcift-' Is a .'veaJta ol data concern ing 01 the 58.- naflaa i expenses OO. Last year the total earn- the railroad, not including t PS) was and the ng In were Passengers -year !reISIu in 1883 was t0n4 afcl ,last. it was The iGGoniotives-in oper- cocteruiiig ins I struggles of. tjie early builders of the oper- jroad. .Sir William Van Home 336> today the 1 cently said that lie had serious iaten-' S S f eatin Ioltr tiiues aS J turns, or writing a history of ihe ear- .those, in. use j IT-strafes of the C.P.-R. Should- .history be written by a man 0 af er tf a century, 350. It had then -j6-' Passenger cars, as against 1 5J5 of -Sir WiiiianTs "calibre It ay5 sleeping and dming tSl'AVA -M _ A Pit TV: rrfiri _ _ documents ever' written 'in connection I .-siin railway.development in 'Canada i of the earlv strides ofUl C-RR- the builders of the C.P.R. is" little ;ytf P> today it; lias a r known and too--lit-ile -appreciated sixty-two vessels on two [the present, gen-era tion look-, aTld on greaviakesr- -Pas- {out and see transcontinental CaQ buy at Liv- j system, with many ramifications and''f or and travel through branches, with steamships on two1 half-way round the oceans aiid.oa the great-lakes, with the house Hag hotels across a husre .lne in .the. and- workshops, farirs and cot a hotel, today the tra- j other "alKed industries, with tele- or toarist can stop at a C.P R telephone'and express systems' zz- Practically even- imgortant second to none in the world, and i across the continent. In 1 ing this state of affair to.. Utinfc ,of ..the C.P i less -corporation.' and ttink uuo 'u-ue I of tne early struggles of the menVbo" tfl-e-year.round from JVIom- j-aiade possible this remarkable develop i alld Poetically .another from To- f meat. j ronto. while in summer four trains, Difficulty of are run daily -an-d often It. was the original intention o? the !taese The com-j today has a telegraph service! XoVeinber 1010, One Third of In Bed! Why not be comfortable Tlie worry and rusli of business these days make it compulsory to secure every mo- ment of rest we can get. It Is not possible to enjoy a night's repose lying On a mattress all lumps and or ..a spring wliiqh sags in the middle, making one imagine a slide down- Inll, and causing a big waste of energy re- sisting it. That isn't-rest. Oh! you Let we Yes! and the remedy is wie ongiaai mteneron or i Government to build has a telegra. j selves, hut in those days puijlic own-' practically the whole of Can ership of railroads was not as popu- an extensive tele nculty or securing sufficient mone nuance the project led to its aboii s popu- raa an exensve telephone sys- !.iem- tie operation.' of its trains r lar as it is today. Further, the tie operation.' of its trains fficient money to ar a-u exPress business whose import ed to its a signahzed b the erecti know how it feel? right here.. The Florida All felt filling, sateen art ticking-; nothing better re- quired at this" price; it simply _ won't stay a -day The Red Tag says No. 112 is worthy of j-our attea- tion. A fine thick mac- tress with, art ticking of rich, designs. The Red Tag says 30 Spring of varnished ma- pfe is a 'Bonder, Gix'es comfort- able never sags. The Red Tag says We have just unloaded A carload of bedding from tlie .Alaska .'Bedding Co., of Montreal aiidrWinhijeg. We did not intend this sale, but we so we are enjoying that rve winds, and marked these -goods "lor tlm sale at prices which are irresistible. foe the .red tag. 'it speaks for itself by n figures: -Come in and get acquainted will both benefit. 50 50 All White Guaranteed felt, uo shod- dy or wool usbd. Exclusive designs-in ticking-. The" Red Tag says IVo. 4 Low in number and price, but High in. quality." Will give every satisfaction The Red Tag 55 Spring, Heavy varnished' maple; close double weave: fabric. "Hercules7' supports, vermin binding. The Red says cable proof Tag No. 101. is a gem, and of astonish- ing; value. All felt and worth at least double. The Red Tag says The Dominion Spring; he'avy varnished maple frame; strong dia- mond copper lick. The Red Tag says Spiring; heavy varnished' maple; 4 broad split weave 'bands; tempered steel supports, 6 cables. A first class spring. Tlie Red Tag says 00 00 DISPUTE NOT C. P. B. Ignores Com- of Vancouver Beck Hands wi. i.u it-i-t.iIG -SuiiiC'CU to pay for the construction of, -the road.. People in those days had A Landowner the faith in" Canada which the-- r with its many Misre. today, a result-Sir JohA' I'ouches practically" j-was compelled to return to Canada p 5se of our industriat [without any funds. He turned agricultural life and ig.itself one .to private interests, and induced Air OI e lap-downers' in. the Geo-jre Stephen, now Lord -Mount- its millions of acres of to undertake tie construe- ?ralfle !and in.the C." I pon of tae road. Mr. Stephen reluc- m Torotlto j tantly took up the once he i accepted the comir.ission 1 dustriously to work to Meltzer's Old Stand Opposite Eureka Theatre went m- carry it Troup Vancouver, Nov. declared that the C. P. R, fjL recognize any dispute with its deck Hands and does .not Intend to make toy cnange in existing conditions So declared Capt.-Troup to the con- ciliation 'board appointed aader the long hours and alleged on th Earlier in life he had been associ- ated with his cousin. Donald A. Smith, James J. Hill ana the late Kennedy of York in the biiiidins; and oneratinp: of what is now I'fle ureat Aorthern Railway. This quartette had made considerable mon- HALF MILLION IN REAL ESTAT MANY MA MACLEOD Lowes Co. Make Big- Purchase in Edmonton Edmonton, Nov. what is one or the largest individual real estate deals ever put through in the citv later. Mclnniag, chairman; Kossan and J. H. McVltty. -w does not e.y_ m the venture, and Lord Mountste- phen was practically living in retire- ment. When he secured the commis- sion _to build the C.P R. he merest- ea his old friends in the proiect, but auierences arose before they had none very far and at the conclusion the whole task of financing the road-de- volved upon himself and Donald januth. They were forced to part in around the I with their valuable holdings' in beei1 within the days 'by F C. Lowes, head oi MV estate firm of F. C. Lowes and Co., of j Hicks expire order fS S on the work. ost firms in the west. The announcement of the purchases he had made was given out this morn" ing by Air. Lowes. The purchases in- aeres adjoin- Macieod, Nov. 17.-A three-cornered and possibly a' four-cornered contest tor tne Mayor's chair at the comine; municipal elections ;S> among the pos- sibilities. "You .may say that I am a said R. G. MacDonnell MYSTERY MAY BE EXPLAINED r. kUU May Be That f _. Ol -Lost KlVCr .-Tta Lambert have been asked to come out and are" considering the mat- ter TT.M- mar .have statements to a of High River, are very much alarmed over the disappearance of a ranchei named Tucker Peach, who left that vicinity about a vear aco Mr Peach had been a rancher m that lo- fpr twenty-five years and since watch and watch system and pay iOritfaeir homes Sd the overtime work. Capt Troup- stated' that the men had never approached i T- the company either through 7 oTer every 1 -iu "'civ iur Lwencv-nve vears with tne Mayor and three, possibly selling his ranch' over a vear tour councillors to be chosen The nQt been beard of. It is fea terms ot Brvan Tiar the in IB. Ancus, now President of the Bark I t JT j. T v Mr. Hicks the! sa-vs tfaat he is not a candidate for I re-election but several candidates iiave been heard from for the places. Mayor-Fawcett has no ambition for a second term, but may be Dressed to- run. preserves indefinitely the rich delicate flayor of tMs wonderful tea. g I Buy a packet, and if you we will send a. full size tin by return.mail. TIE F. F. DAUEY MMIED wnr. 25 of the Cardston and Railway today's issue, tnqse who have in- vestigated Statft that .tnia.-nni-nt- K----- UAO -bright future. HORRIBLE FATE OF RALPH JOHNSTONE Xoted Aviator Fell Five Hiuich'ed Feet to His Death Denver, Col Nov. John- one, the holder of the world's aero- plane altitude record, met a most, tragic death toilay in an effort to provide excitement at the moor, here He was doing his celebrated spiral glide and wus 500 iect from ground whon one wing Of hit; like paper and he dropped to his death. Wten his bodv found under the wreckage of his chine every bone of his body was A factor far pure load anfe-dafing all state and national food laws m m K No Phosphates Be on your guard. Alum ders may known by or 35c. a or one cent an ounce. ;