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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TTCHAF Till7. l-ETHHFUDGE DAILY HERALD. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER W, llrooklyn Eagle Tells How Ihe Moacy Was Raised to Con- nect Up Parks seemed lo be uu tlepartmeiil of the United States jjovcrumeui that would spend or jito- essiry 10 do Iho work. road ai present Is a rough trail over the plains, formerly very dangerous in motorists when- It wtiids wloug Ihe sides of bills. UeorRC Andrews, of Urooklyn. a member of Kagle psny. heard Mr. J5ni> lownrd the 51.000 if the rest of the crowd TV ill raise am- ouut." Mr. Kaltcnbom. of the Eagle, at once aiiiiQuui-cri Mr. Andrew'ss prop- usiiicii. He asltcd it there were any who would ?ive S10 each, and re- sixjnses came from all quarters. Soon a hit was being, filled with 510 bills. lakci. National parks, U. J. LydisU. Yicc-prcsEJtut of board irade. VULCAN NEWS tbe In drlTiiig. Uinuib couttry one conplanllv is "conrroiued wllh amaz- iiiE and situations. Here anJ looks gooO for 40 or 50 bushels per acre jasl- about to ripen auJ hidden from view iu lall grain arc slooks Van Hofne_ (Contlnuwl (rum t'age A Flthtlnj Kin Jusl east acroie is P( Cbarlio Luu's, wiio eutisled (roul IMS'" Rlvfr uucl went Uiroucli IhJ var as a member ot tbo Dsbtlug lOili. t Throe limes ilr. u-iis wouuded anil uiauy a Him bit lue dust at uis liauds. Mr. Ixiiig too. is au uperlcur- cJ farmer anil U gellinc rijlit after j u No. IS with u right will. u Lieut. E. Bollacils was a larnwr j cut about-five weeks, ago iu the same JieJJ. This wbat is known I as ihe second Brain prop acd we douul uear Calgary aud T-nlisUJ with the j it auy other country can tluplirale it- laier transferred to Ihc 50th, I People down e-isl will scoff at this Turce limes ho wouudisl, tho last; tacts ran bo subslaii-j limo al Cambrsi. His previous firai (from ihp Brooklyn EagJe) The Brooklyn Daily Eagle Rational Pirts Toarists syeni on iho r.1- coasi rue lion of a road in northwestern Montana that will connect the nal- ional narks of ibe Vnited Suites and j Canada. Thc fl.lCO raised ac a moment's nonce at a gathering in thc Many-Glacier hotel shortly atier the arrival of ihe party there, and i: will he used at once to convert a .15 roajh wagon trail from the Glac- ier Park highway to ihe Canadian inta a pood motor road. In Canada there is a good motor road from Banff in -ihe Canadian llocfcy Mouuiaiu park through Calgary, Al Lerta. and souih !o ihe tiic I -anywhere iu lno dlslriol. Tllis ing experience Is him in swd j Another came front N'or- uiaii P. Hefiley, who happened lo be touring the vest and ran across thD party in the hotel. He was at I once given an tour badge. In no lime {1.000 had been and Mr. Davidson of Calgary, gasped for breath. Then Mr, Albright.said the nalianal parks service would spend on five miles ol the road where his ap- propriation could properly be spent; This is from the Uabb post office r.oriherlr to a ranger Elation. From that point on lo Ihc Canadian bcuti- 10 miles along Willow u ViiiedI iribularr of SI. Mary's river, which Glacier park to Hudson The consideration of tho construe- crgy Buj ability to make a success of; lioa ot water juains throusht tha prill- (arulmg.'snd at present Is mak- clple business streets ot the- received tho earnest thoughts anil ins over a mouth from his cows, No. 19 Is sate iu Ihe hamU of Lieut. if Ihe village co'jncil al rjollands, who will douUlcas mafcu a I read and uelaila of ihe hy-1.__ drams and connections were talked j_ going about Ins farm work its last meellug on Monday -ilgbl. J gre.ll Estimates of the proposed worlj were j (jUUHC'r SHU. fo well known in 's ably; farming No. He Ins farm work with the over. The present plan, is tor ft six- faro and devotion to duty ho so inch main running front opposite Iho j all through the war as McPheiPoti's Flora lo the corner attendant lo Stew- Ihe Oddfellows' hall and irom iho I art" j Rutlcn's boarding house corner lo j Driver J. Xewbold'who prior lo the j HOME-MADE BREAD Home bread-making reduces: the higK cost of living by lessening the amount of expensive meats required to supply the necessary nourishment to the body. The increased nutritious value of brqad made in the home with ROYAL YEAST CAKES should be sufficient incentive to the thoughtful housewife to give this important food item the attention to which it is iustly entitled. Bread made with Royal Yeast will keep fresh and moist longer than that made with any other. Made in Canada Simiusloii'5 slore cornrr. cou- ncctious at the Rullen corner runuiug east and west on XeuSune street n sufficient distance lo meet emerscn- hotel partv ni the tourists' 51.100 will bo Spenl.ipc WS raclor The road caches lUe circuil About l.SflO or 2.000 feot of i Le rctjuircd to complete this j war Tariucd' in the I-eilibridjo dis- j irict occupied No." ?1. He culisled ley. Later he suenl nearly Iwo years i Hie 1st Canadian Field Datary uear own vegclablea anil most of the fruit I nccJ. keep Iwclvo houa.. "When tho woods and. put. some': wood.. ;F am ivoaring out old .clothes, my wire tells I-------- and seven hydrants wil: IJB i whero hb wua woundctl in j uic uu -work dajs I ridiculous, but thc CanadJaii highway at connected iherowllh at convenient j Uoc priti smashed up thc -L say Uict.l'am nut ivfraiil of the rag miles will receive the name ot Droofc- lyn-Eagle Trail.- Members Chip In Alter the J1.100 was raiicJ, 5103 and" James Davidson, j more CKTHC iu from mfctuhirs of the of the Good Roads j Brooklyn party. Onlookers at tbe citizens" who e-corted the Brooklyn loufists and proup ol Canadians, aiuons iheni J. M. supcrinteu- denl of ihe Canadian Rocky Moun- tain tjon ot Calvary. Tho Canadians came to Glacier National park lo meet Horace M. -M- bolel win were stirred hy tbe way the Brooklyn lies showed they could do chipped vin, amoug them II. A. I ot Mr. Andrews and the HOO of the Easle and Mr. HeUley. included each from William V. Hester and auperlutendcnt ol Yellowsloue j Xoble. filacicr park of jiarfc, and representing tic iiational! the Great Northern railway, and the of'Montana.'" j each. Tue contriouiions. besides the Asks for New Highway In Lhe course of the evening the. BrooklrniLes were entertained with and-spceches. aud Mr. Davidson j Mrs. WalUr. Cibb. There were tailed" upon tor greetings. lie with a few 5's Irom "many others in mentioned lhat Jic ana his associates the Eagle party. .were present to see if something could said that each ot Iho be dore lo complete an international! contributors would receive n souvenir .TVilh'-Mr. Dav- uperintcn- 91 ly com- of George xjInlF. The pressure will he bblainetl jy a pump of sufficient capacity, anil p.n oversnpply of water will be kepi at all times Iu a lanfc lo meci cies, while Iho main supnly will be luken from a well. No definite aclion iras deemed advisable al Ibis particu- lar mccliug. Owing to the Taywardness of pome of the younger male element of Ihe town, which lalcly resulted in pro- for Banff to fi-om tbe, Canadians. -TVili'' Glacier" part" The only work li> be {idson'from Canada were Su was a slretch ol about 15 miles, j dent A. G. Graves: this was in United States. Itimissioner of Calgary; Gee in the Blackfcet Indian res-1 enpneer of Calgary; Geo. ervation; aflioiriins Glacier W_ supcrihleudent of the ONLY TABLETS MARKED ARE ASPIRIN Not Aspirin at All without the Cross" bakeries in an Canadiim ciL.zcns, well employ- eu. ami i am two leachfug school, nhd itro able to llvo above 13 rar timily. My I, work iiml l( 1 have a liUlc over lo siro-Ulm iliai all mau" or Iho sport. 5ly clothcB-ato lioi L think tto bpsi place lor 'prayer ____ unan, who worth being and they wouUii behind (.-loscd 'JoorsV--'! like to get scrvoil ,ber Iting iiuil ucver stand lo he rkmincd into a gun. iicople happy enough t lunitlon worker mid i J-am iuyt slily years old, hale and look better. 1 tell 'tho coediugs unbecoming; their stalloii hi life, ami qrrter lo ndvanci: precau- tionary measures in the future the HI village council at Iheir last, ineetinj ordered Ihe rinsing of-a curfew bell at S o'clock in the evening as a New I during Ihc war counlrv as a later ns au onmUiti- conductor, nndjhearly. lo bed early, get up with had tho undesirable experience ot all Iho birds. My income Is small. 1 hava the raids in London. Mr., all I need nnd am wilhug to pay N-ewbold seems Lo be putting Ihc same laws onfall l_should. wife cooks me good meals, fix- me-up for the, Subbalh Day. A hew Ihe. reault. _________' in the war as a member J of tho 193rd Bait., lecrniteil at Truro. I N. S. He carae" through unwouaded but was invalided home r. other fellow to keep out ol hell. The company ia and it is loo hot for either of us. of co'veiousnoss. which is Idolatry." This is Uip reason why I don't wish to make an IDCQIUO which might be. Uicd. iti L mlglit covet some other man's Roods. -And if I made n pile sonic Bolshevist might coyci uiinp. Then both bact Lo bcatbcn ilarkueM. declare tbe glory ol God." 1 hare no lesaipe but two eyes. Kinnl I am 110 but it 1 do not Lav-l to fill oul Ihrae which I am rol able lo do, the time }-ou aro la Omcmee I invile you to dinner anrt you will havo tbe proof ding. II Ibla ivon'l do, will you be kind chough lo send tbis Idler lo It X. Unwell'Or Sir Ilobt. Burden; They might chanpo tbo ordcr-in-cour- ell and let Lhc Onieiace cobbler GO tree. j Yours truly, (Sfid.) A. Laldley. ing lhal nH childrc-n under the Rge of fever_ jrc hns taken a course on fins sLtleen years must be in their tomes.! Mr. Guy Johiiaoii was in Irri- cana. Alia, on Saturday last the annual meeting of th cairn Co-operative Co. affairs oi that company to be 'ractnrs under ibe voc'iilional I Board of Soldier's j bis- prev- cs il nuke J" 'provided by the Board of IciY-l re-esiabllshmenl and 1 ie. ,.ri" ious farmins experience make flourishing .condition and luat lha crops in.tbe district'are Some Melds of'-'wheaf give- premise of '30 bushels to Ibo acre. He reports to succeed on N'o. 22. a; Skidw Ranch is', "of- late cnj EOEHC goodirains'. -irblcli. liflyc been tiuite general and Imve served lo aiore firmly fix "the IhaL won't off' "on Ihe already more ngreeablc- loaking (aces of our. farmer friends of the community.. A good'bard rain it was experienced on- last Thursday [crred which was a veritable cloud- j ltrniic urst al first and which settled down a good jr ards, sbaltiTig the and mak- ng pools nafl, rivulets-in all parts, "his daj- so Tritb'occaaionkl sborj. sSoirera" unday''evening -another- downpour ras bad which stUled to a teady rair. lasting- unlil about one 'clock in the morning, a continuous rain for over-live hours. j .tin bpxeii-of' 12 buy an mibroVen package ia few cents. Larger "Bayer" packages. Tkere is vmlj one "Bayer" Aiplrln If the Lr.ide nut la Cacadal et Barer Manufacture of MMlcaciduler of II Is well tntWB.tliat AJpIrfn rat-ana Kmyer ID Ihe ol lUycr CampaBj will be ituipcd irlih liclr cracro.! iradt niirt Ite Progress and Development R" a reijimto pre-war conditions, in pqints to even greater progress ajid development. Firms or individuals who .have plans for increasing the scope of their business operations should seek of their banker, yourself of our facilities. THE BANK ;OF COMMERCE Another SOtli Datlery man is Pie.] R. G. on No. 23. who Icfi his job wilh the Dominion Co. in j 1914 to join thc 13TLh. He wos severe- j ly woumlcd by shrapnel nl Vlmv. No. 23 is looking under Mr. AVilsan's Just west of this is Pie. CJranficld on No. He spent 10 years in Loth- bridgo before enliplinp in February, 1915 in Ihe 13lh C.M.K. Lalcr'he trans- o the Engineers ..and .went tlie gelling into Germany ivilh-lhc army NEWS NOTES Lcs lhan C. S. troops remain- d la Euiope on Sept. 1. S- exports during July were and import Premier Oliver will open the ChllH- vack fair on Eepf. 2-1, Britain has declined to pnl an cm- jargo on German made loys. A gerieral railway strike has been declared throughout The drug, stores of Chatham ..will close on Sundays in Ihc future. saw mill on Vancouver Island is running- at Ihls time. Th'e.wet'Teith'w in trlct ]s; making things. IOOK serious tion. He will get along well on Xo. Pte. Peler Roberioon on >To.-2o Is a. iirolher of Alex nrt.lG and Is an .ex- perienced fainter, having been on a farm Just eaat of. before thc war. He comes of a great fighting family as four, brothers of Ibis family served in Ibis war. He has Ihe distinction of enlisting three times and bdn? honorable discharged as of- ten but he persisted till I ho succeeded in getting "over, j where hs gave a. good account of liirn- Uclf. As he cerlainlvJs DOW doing on I NTo. 25. _. All in all the Van Homo VelcransT Colony will be well' worth -watching1. The C. P. R. will; do all I hey can to IL a great success nnd the .boys on the land are co-opcraling wiilt the company and with .one another In, lhal spirit of broLlierhood Lliat the war and will sain more apleii- did laurels In these days of reconstruc- tion. PHJLS Good blood mikes firm tissue, strong cj'es and clear brain. Ketp your blood pure and full of healthy, red corpuscles, and yrjur liver active, by using Beccham's Pirfs, which removc'poisonous matters from'the system, assist the stomach to assinlilafe its. food, and nourish tlie body. A world-" famous remedy to strengthen the vital organs and help to Make Pure Blood Wartk CmlKQ a Box 'LetT ROBINDHOQD Make better Bread and Pastry "J- than you havcT" Or: BRANCH WARNER BRANCH RIVER BRANCH R.T. BRYMNEX, Mantier1' J.-V. STEEL, The Emergency Brakci in Business ol'Vancouver Island, fn'.British Colum- bia was built at LHIoocl in 4351. A man was caught exlracLing money from contribution bores In a Catholic church at York, Pa., by means ,of fishing lacklc. Jas. Oshornc, former illslrict at- torney of New York and widely known as a criminal. lawyer, was found dead In his apartment. Clarence Vallance, of Xew Den- ver, n. C1.. has been the United I Stales army in Siberia for more than j a year. General reports (rom all "over Ihc 'province of II. C. would Indicate lhat I Iho crops are going to he better [first anticipated. THE COBBLER AND THE INCOME TAX. (Toronto Saturday N'iglit) Thc 'following communication was ivrlltea by Mr. X'LaJdtay, of Onic- mee, Onl., in conuectibn with Ing out his Income form: Oinemes, Onl., June 27, 1913. Mr. liugii I'aUcrson, Toronto! Dear Income lax paper. Xot knowing how to fill out these pap- re. I shall endeavor lo co-opcraU: with thc department by giving you life nformalion you require. llio assessor" coinCa around, e usk3 me some' questions re my properly, my iThat church altcnd. My bnsincpa Is repairing shoes, bul :e'ng lhat iho world [9 In great need of food. I (urncd my Rircnrion n part lo olhtT work. My Income, as nearly as 1 can give It, Is ns follows: shoe repairs rhlrt.v hlvca of boca, honey 400.00 lent 93.01 lays' Tfork here and there 35 Ijiishclg of sold) say...................... 100.01 I live In my house, produce my Practically every business firm carries fire, burglar and accident insurance, What about Finaflcial Insurance a protection fund to provide ready cash when sales fallbff or collections ire Start Put part of the yearly" profits in a Sayings in The Merchants Bank. Then, this Reserve Fund of undivided profits will be instantly available to carry the busi- peMiafely through acy financialitringtacy. An nlrplATic, an auto am] n special train will race from Omaha to ROBIN H FLQIIR your. Chadded Robin Hood cou pon DOES-it mfllcc a right liosieiy gn your feet? Doo The same betore and after the laundry, shape, color, softness. ThatTs Pcnmans. tdj buy yduc hosiery by name Penmans, N. D. Pcnmans go longer nitfwut darning. MEN if EXCELLENCE" GIRLS! USE LEMONS FOR SUNBURN, JAN thli lemen lollon lo whilen-'your tanned or freckled skin. MERCHANTS BANK OF CAMAOA 1884, LETMBfODCE BRAJiCH, .F. Icoln. Thc plane will be handlcappci i 15 minutes. I Red nag? and fcgtonna rlTaplaycd n Ilia Convonlton in Chicago were lorn down in a police raid. David Donovan, a-hagaoze mun al Brockvllle, while waiting Tor his Irnln to be maflc slricktn ulib par- alysls. Robbers blew Tjult (n a bank al Mar'jpi. 111., and c.icaper] with i 000 lo bonds. A vaiill l OpO waj nol louth'ed, Kanmn scoliol boards arc forlilililcn lo Jilrc Icachtrji u'ho pmoko clnarcltcR. Thl.l inny CRIIRC a serious shortage of IH'CII Icachen. I Tills cooking and baking qualities of McClary's Gas Ranges are (lie acliicvc- mcnt of, expert Tlicy up- hold ihe sevonly years' rcptilation and high standing p( the firm. McClary's G.ns Ranges nrrf] no black- I'inislicd in hard-baked, black. cnarncl, a damp clolh raiiki.'.4 Ihcin look like "civ, Small, inrditim and cabinet ranges, Jjig hialitiifional ranges; arBtigc for every nccrf. a Coinein and sec Ihc Juice of two lemons Inu bottle containing three ounces el Orchard White, shake well, and lave a quarter jilnt ol the beat freckle sunLurn-and Ian lolion, nnd complEX ion -whltener, a'l-vory, very small cost Ybnr groccr'has, Ihc lemons and anj drug store or lollct connlcr Till sap '1; three ounces or Orchard While for a fDV Ihia.awccll] frngrant lotion. Into Iho facie, nt'ck Tirnis aildi'nad see liow aulclch :He freckles, sunburn, wind burn' and ;an rflsappnar. nnd how clear, enft and te tho sktn becomes. Yea! It H Gas Local i Hardware Dealers. BiTRQ-PHOSPHATE IS GOOD FOR THIN NERVOUS PEOPLE A t'rcnch Bclcnllsl has 'discovered an organic phnsphalc whirii should bo a very tltccllre remedy for ncrrea. sleeplessness, Uilnness strcnElh, energy and vigor. Jla HUbalancc UcacrLbcd -by spe- cialists BS tilcntiral In compoiltloa certain vltalo elements natur- ally louml In brain nnd nerve ecll.4 mil ono wlilch when taken fnto Ihi lunian. sysleni la quickly converletl Into healthy Urine tissue. Thh phospholo (3 already wlrtely among druggists In ihlo CvUij. Lry :ig and somfi .phy- sicians claim llis.1 tliroueh fits USB strength, energy, vigor and nerva force vrequcntly Increased In twa -deks' Irme, Dr. Frederick Kolle, Editor of York say; It -sTloiild lie prescribed by every doc- tor and UECil In every Imspltll in United SlaloB. As iherc nre .a great variety iiho'phalc-s, iliosu wish lo lesl IhfB Biibsltincu ahoulil he (Miro Ihc- tcnuln ;