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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta INews Camera "-The Dominion Atlantic Railway (1) One of the largest Motor Shows in the world. Motor Show, London, (2) The Prince of Canadian Ranch House on His iiew Biding- field Estate, in Alberta. (3) Ruby 'de Reiner, the beautiful film stiir, takes herself for a motor drive. This is the result of an in- teresting: exfre'riment in double ex- posure photography. (4) B. W. Beatty, president C.P.R., who presented a Trophy to the G. T E Boating Club. (5) The Trophy presented to Grand Trunk Boating Club by Pre- E W. Beatty, of C P. R. (6) Eeheving tne shortage of houses in Englande This Is c standard wooden house approved by the Minister of Health. The first principle is a good brick chimney and fire-place. Big Developments in Evangeline's Land Not only is the Canadian Pacific' Railway making advances In cordance wUh the necessities of tie times, and providing modern Improvement lor convenience, comfort of the. but Its subsidiary lines ire elmllarly- progresslre. The Dominion Atlantic Railway, which serves por- tion of Nova Scotia and runs through the beautiful Land of Erangellne, now owns ani operates The PInea Hotel at Digby, provld-' Ing first class accommodation, for the large numbers' of tourists .who visit the district A new night ser-. vice between Halifax and Yarmouth has recently been Inaugurated. This night service leaves Yarmouth on Mondajr, Wednesday 'and; Saturday' evenings, and Halifax- on Tuesdays and marks one ot tho most Important develop- ments eiaeo the through line of rail-! way from Yarmouth to Halifax opened up (or traffic In 1831. These trains carrying on, a combined freight and passenger service, but only carlonils of through, mer- chandise sro carried. When on a trip of Inspection over tho Dominion Atlantic Hallway tho end of November last Jlr. Grant llall, expressed the rtralro the C.J'.H, hare D.A.R. equipped In tie near future' with eteol raiU much heavier than those it present laid. Ho said that this work would probably be under- taken when the nffoets of war condi- tions had disappeared. Important Improvements are being carried out aions the line and arrangements are progressing lor tho erection of a now Blnllon at Dlgby which will provide the moat up-to-dalo facilities lourlslfl and olher trafflc and Mt considerably to :the heauty of that duj- .Tlic upper picture the new Dominion Atlantic Railway Passenger.Station at Bridgetown, Nova Scotia. The lower picture is the office staff.. ing 391J, Tislted Nova Scotia, and spent thero about Reeenlly new station was opened at Bridgetown, much to the satisfaction of the public of that town. It iy a huidsonx building 24 ft x 66 ft. with 20 ft. oye-hang- Ing on each erid and has In'front a tavla walk 380 feet and 12 feet wide. Tho building !a very conveniently designed. It has a cement base- ment, The outside finish la stucco on trusslt lath, centred witi plain pebbled dash, with smooth finish above and below. The roof' asbestos. The inside consists of gtnts' room, 20 ft. x 24 ft., offlco U ft. x .14 ft., ladles' wilting room, 1rt ft ni ti it a The tonlde finish 13 of Douglas fir and birch, finished In the natural The ceilings and side wolla aro sand .flnish (Inted iri .cream' Thero hrO: also con- vtnlf'ncci! and consists of a furnace manufactured and Installed by Mr. O. E. Banta, of IJridgelown, who also, executed ths plumbing. Tho Insldo and outside decorating was In charge of Mr, Harry Sancton. the heating- plant Cumberland hot a! The Dominion Atlantic Rf. las also, added io Us eyelem tho iolel ot Kehtvllle 'ndW kno Is pprfanl and s rowing" centre, the it fact that It Is rifiw have .Modern accommdaiitro'n 1 1 add Tho whole Including building of freight ehed 30 it' x 48 ft., oh the opposite.side of the track, w.os built by contract by J. H. HIcka Sons, under tho personal supervision of Mr. D. A. Hfcks, of that flrm, who has already built Dominion, Atlantic Railway tremendously. Tho situated, and, will bo tnado very 11- tractive.' It'will be renovated and refurnished from cellar to roof. Many of the rooms.will be equipped with private baths. Tho work o( renovation will begin at onoe, hut will be co conducted that guests will not bf! disturbed. Tho Aberdeen will, continue to bo operated the year- armind, and cate'r to the general and commercial interests u well u to the tourist trade, -i- ;