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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, .NOVEMBER 26. 1920 THE IJHTHflRIDGS DAILY HERALT5 PAGESEVES Ktibw Southern Alberta Tlie Lethbridge Herald Community Section THE HUB OF SOUTHWESTERN ALBERTA a THE TEMPLE CITY An ideal Home Town--" Clean, Modern, Progressive F :hihrot.tnuiup. ULUL01 First Located as Desirable Locu- tion For Settlement In'1886 Cardslon is oiio of the oldest towns ID the province of Alberta.- And few have had a Interesting sni ro- career. Interwoven'in the waru. of ile settlement and develop- ment IB the relieious clement, for Cardslon undir the direc- tion of tlic Mormon church, an orftani- ration which has ever been char acte-rbed. by. colonization-enterprise a, Smith, ot Logan, UUh, and Elder Nells Monaon, o( Hyrum, UUh. Other fam- ilies connected with the early settle- ment ot the town and who came In before tha were the Woolfs, Hammers, Andersons, MatUni, Leav- Duees, MinmaiiB, 'FerrM and Miles. Many of their descendants are now playing an important part In the affaire of the town and difitrict Among the early settlers ot this town should also mentioned E. N. Barker, who IB now travelling magis- trate for the A. P. P. and who 111 resides In Cardston..- Early. In the history of tho town a.newspaper, the Cardston wae-established as a-weekly.- N. W. Macleod-waa the first editor! followed, by a.Mr. Rams- hpttom. n. H. Elton, now a lawyer of the city of Lethbrldge, later assumi ed control of the plant, changed tha name of the paper-to the Alberta Star. The paper" IB now published under the name of the'Cardsttm Globe with Fred Burton as editor and manager. It is one of the ,1110 jour- nalistic life of the province. for tUeir town. The development of Cav'daton so ctally and commercially has .been grad and stable. There have, been no It was oh Seplemher 14. 1885, that artificial looms. 'This has inado for Charts'Ora CaroV by appointment -permanency of growth. .Today the from llie' cburclCset out from Logan, town Is facing the future.'with vigor Cache Valley, Utah, to explore parts confidence. The residents ot the of. Alberta and British Columbia in Temple City have faith in the future search of a localUv in which to es- Of Cardston, and are ardent boosters tiiblish a homo for himself and a com- pany of his -compatriots. His selec- tion resulted: in tha birth of Cord- slon He camped at the mouth of Lees Creek. oil-October in company with Ulshop Zondel and Elder -James W. Hendrlcks. neturnliiB to blah thc> reported their findings which inspired others to mako Ihe long trek northward. This compam, (he real pioneers of Card alon, consisted of President Charles Ora Card (after whom tKe town was 'President Thomas E. Ricks, ot'llexburg, Idaho, Bishop Thomas X. tor cniiTu Ul UUUIII Cardstoo District is Ideal For Carrying on Sjieciessiul Mixed Farming Million Dollar Temple Is Great Cardston Attraction i i Tlio million-dollar Mormon tomplo at enjoyed on the building. Tho later- baptismal foul Is a rare wbrk bt art, Cardston district is essentially a mix eil farming country. The farmers ate devoting their attention to this sys tern of farming more eve_ry year, The foothills country Is ideally adapted tc caltlo und sheep raislug and dairying This offers a steady and sure source of revenue (o tho man 'on the laud The dairying Industry has Increase! and bounds in tho past ten iyears. To serve the industry a cheese fac. llory la situated at Mountain View an 'a creamery al Curdttcd. They ar iboth owned by the Carditon Creamei Association, a co-operative body. Cardslon is one of the architectural lor wonders of Canada. It Is among the Cardston creamery butter Is now famous throughout the West. A flft pound boi of this painting and -decorating Is the In fact, from an artls'tlc standpoint, work now going on. Le the Cardston temple ciceeds any-, an arllst of Salt Lake, thing-yet attempted by the L. D. S. outstanding religious structures of who studied under the best tutors of church not eicepllng the famous lo RETURNED SOLDIERS LOCATE SILVER ORE VANCOUVER, NOT find of slher ore. In the Kltsault district, not Dominion. New; York, IE directing the decorative Five thousand tourists visited the ar'tXwork. Mr. Stewart Is one of the terupie during the last twelve months, cleverest of the. younger artists of Lake of people flocking .The fact that people from three prbv- the .Mormon" to! Cardston ,toXsee this temple. It nuu luuv- LUU .muiiuuu church and his work; is now open'lo: the public. Parties 'races of Canada and the states of shoVs a freshness and originality that, are.escorted through daily. Tho gen- far froin'ihe Dolly Varden claims, has'Iowa, New York and Indiana across gives promise o! big things'In public is welcome to go through beeu reported by two returned sol jthe line, inspected this magnificent future The beautiful baptistry, sup-1 the building and. to ask any question diere Win. Walker and P. C Roberts, 6difice one day last week, shows the ported on tho backs of twelve life- whatsoever. Presidents Wood and ac Interest created by the sized is now installed in the Duce usually :Vaccompany parties erection ot such a hutlding baptismal chamber This Is one of Ihe! It-is thought that the .tetn- For some six ears this granite pile, most interesting features of the sac-j pie will bo ready for dedication some massive Imposing and beautiful, has: red'cdlflce for in It are performed the. next summer. The dedicatory is said, wlir continue tor Orders are o ihstutly bury Tho Cardston crtamery 'gpecllllie butler. Twice this year It tan top- The factory ID one of mott odate in the province. Bright, lean and sanitary, the plant Inspires at once. The machinery Sj of the Utest n46del, and due at- eliiiuu uaa tu 'lild the Cardston creamery plays an to-. porlaut part in the Industrial life ol- the district tributary to tho a This year eight 110 beeu built and filled 'with sunflowers. They wlllj given" a thorough test and if they measure u? to the, eipectatlonn of the dairy farmers, which Is practically assured fact, this niiinber will bo.; largely angmehtcd neil Beason. -A fine herd of pure bred Holsteins Is Ing broeght In aad from this tfon niatiy of the fanners will be sup pUlkrwiU] dairy stock. 1 diers wm. WUIKUF auu r. vj who went ont as one of the 25 pros-, oactmg parties "ginb-jtakefl' bj tho pecting p provincial government Five-claims weie staked and assays indicate sil ter running 306 ounces' to the ton. "TKE MEN'S SHOP" Aii Up-to-the-minute Shop in Which You'll Find the Best and Snappiest- GEffTS FURNISHINGS DUCE BROTHERS CARDSTON, ALBERTA ped the provincial Devoting their time aad (alenty.'on this one product tlto In-able to turn out an especially-' fine quality product. None of the are being worked as yelr--Mr.-Pickering, the butter maker, has' wont three of tho the manager, is also Sipert: olilpng Deen rising from its foundation. the dead, one of the present a largo force of workmen are cardinal functions of the Icmples. The a week. Close to One of Beauty Spots of Dominion That Cardston Is 'destined to become of the most Important ''tourist towns in the West ia'certain. She Is on the grand circle tour, the Banff [to Grand Canyon 'highway, over which [thousands of motorists travel yearly. .Cardston is the key to the Waterloo Lakes Park, a' national which is annually popular with the becoming ,more travelling .public Cardston Hospital New and Modern There is no institution In: a coni- muhlty than the hospital is', looking for'a home one of .the first inquiries made Is whether or'rnot there is a hospital In accessible, distance. fri this respect Cardston is very'for- tunate.- lu 1919 a hospital of twelve j'c'as' and with n good equipment, was op'ened under the government-: Muni- cipal Hospitals Act: It has been rend- ering efficient sen-ice slnce'lhat time: At present Miss of Leth- ii-ldge is Bhe_ is a6- sisted by one trained- nurse7 Dra. Pickup and Stacpoolo are-the attend- ing phvsiclans and' Burgeons. 1 The health of tho states is Its great- est asset and municipal hospital is to the health of the people what the'pub- lic EChrtnl is to; their: education. And Churches IS CHARGED WITH COUNSELLING MURDER. CALQARY, eiperieuce In the creamery officer. T Evans, of tho Saskatchewan cial police, is in Calgary to take JIarry Syijoshka, allaB James wanted in Prlnca Albert to answer to a charge ot counselling murder, Het- appeared before Magistrate 'Davidson In police court Friday moralog and was turned over to tho charge of thSj W.lLCALDWaL RETAIL WHOLESALE LIVE STOCK DEALER PROMPT: AMD TREATMENT ALWAYS The Urge sums Rf money on' this park. The im provemerits planned are on an elabor ate scale, and holng wondro'uslj en dowed with natural scenic'beauty, the park will 'certainly draw increasing numbers of pleasure-seekers every sea son. Waterton Lakes Park Is one. of the beauty spots of tho world. Here Na- ture Is seen In all her wildest moods The foothills are of a-deep emerald green, and In the) evening as In the morning, the titanic masses of the Rocky Mountains lake on'a richness of color nidrp glorious than Nature's painting of. a shell.' Old Chief Moun- tain, still unconquered'by man, stands high like a lordly sentinel, snow- streaked and mighty in his suprem- acy and Isolation. Tho alluring cany- ons and ravines, the pine-clad moun- tain sides, tho pungent, invigorating 'nlr, the deep, crystal lakes'mirroring [the serried heightsiof the range, and the Innumerable' sparkling streams abounding In tront, go to form a play- ground In the very heart of nature 'unsurpassed In the world. To accommodate the tourists Card- ston has well-eduipped hotels and gar- lages. Her stores and shops are up- 'to-dale. Tho roads leading to'the I park are kepi in tho best ot condition; and everything is done during the sea- i son-to make travel comfortable and attractive; From a business stand I point this tourist truffle means lirrca ling wealth flowing Into the Cardaton' 'district. It also links up the town tain peaks.. Cardston Indeed Is in'es should iibver have been In any of more closely with the great outside the foothills--.i most bountiful coim- tlio board's stated tho world. The churches and fraternal socie- ties of .Cardstoh' are alive and doing effective" service in their various j fields. 'There' are two wards of the Church of Jesu'a Christ of Latterday Saints, th'o second "-ward having only last May dedicated a handsomo 000 church ealflce. Of She Protestant 'alths there are represented the Eng- the Preahyterlan. The Presbyterian church, Ilev. Mr. Ayle- ward, pastor, Is'now building a spaci- ous new building. The English church lias no resident rector. The bishopric of the first ward L. D. S. church is composed of Elders Charles Hurt, Nathan Tanrier-.and Gustav Nellson and that of the second ward Elders W. T. Duce and Walter Pitcher. A second counsellor to Bishop, Duce Is to be appointed. The presidency of (ho Alberta'i's'take is composed of Presidents E; 'J. Wood, Thos.' Duce, and Sterling -WilllarnB. Of the fraternal orders tho Odd- fellows, S. O. E., Masons and Orange lodges aro roprosented. There Is an; aclive chapter.of I. O. D E, of which' Mrs. Christie is .regent, n branch of the'Farm Women's society, a Wo- men's institute, a Ladles' Aid of the Presbyterian' and English and two L. D. S. Women's Relief So- cieties. There is also a Ladles' Hos- pilal- Aid .of -which. Mrs. Dr. Stac- poolo Is president. Eight awarms ot Bee have been organized.' This movement is producing gratify- ling results among the young women lot Cardaton; -The town is fortunate 1 in having at'tho head of this work J.Mrs. H. V. Lliiguard, a trained girls' [work AN iDEAt WENT FOR XMAS PHONOGRAPH Small Monthly Payments Arranged, We are the Only Exclusive Music House South pf A Complete Line en's' Supplies and Musical Mcrchindlte Always .In Stock. THE HENSON MUSIC COMPANY CARDSTON, ALBERTA l'. THE CLAUSES VICTORIA. U. C., Nov. clauses in inland BOUIemnnt board ngrecments by which Improvements made by soldier settlers might be for- This majestic mountain looks down' felted to. the'board If the settlers upon whila .Cardstonit-s were ejected bythe board for non-per- look up to it. The horizon formanco have been ordered deleted Is fringed with almost countless moun-: by Premier John pliver. "Such claus- THE CAHOON CAFE R. A: BULLOCK, Prop. UNDER WHITE MANAGEMENT CARDSTON'S LEADING .RESTAURANT PREFERRED BY .TOURISTS SERVICE SATISFIES" SELLING OUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hardware, Crockefy and Linoleum Goods Arc Rapidly Since our Sale Started Last Thursday. Every Article in These Departments Most Be Sold Sale Continues Until Dec. 24 SPECIAL PRICES ON GROCERIES STEED CO., LTD. CARDSTON, ALBERTA A carload of CHOICE WINTER AP- is going at wholesale cost; per case.. ;