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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, 27, lilUi TIH: I'AGE lLLEVEi> Devolution In Transportation When Government Takes G.T.R. Tke Betfg a reTolu-'' pervlce will practically transport a Hop cqniiue in Cau-lstart at llalKoi, will come via ibe.In- aJa'when ihe iov'erniiledt'lakes over tercblonlal, Tranicantlnen'al and Ilia the'GranJ Tr'unV r.Ulway. It nays: Grand'I'ruuk to Montreal. From Mont- TrilL Toroiuo: The first'real the eerrlce can co either by Imporlaut feature far as Iliis city j Grand Trunk or Canadian Northern li concerned will bq thai :L iiev coa- j io Ottawa; and from Ottawa by the will Lo creaiert i Canadian via North Day and iirceii Toronto' aud Ottawa direct, i on tho Canadian Northern io Ihe double Track system ol Ihe thla stdo ot Luke NtjilgQn. wfcei 3 Crasd Trunjt as far as Napanef, and Ihe CaflauJRii Northern has hs near- Iliou on lliu treeV. of the Canadian jfeot lo Ihu TraQBConti: Northern direct.to Ottawa, via Smith's 25 to :IO nilles io huil-1 belvrteu ___. Kalle. Ir.iek yarllon of Iho systems. AnJ once Ibis link, li j i Northern will undoubl- ttlly be doubled away. 'The grioat' Improvement in regard lo traffic Vo aud from To- ronto that results from Hie consoll- latio'n Is in'the transcontinental scr- vltx-s; ami whai applies lu Toroiuo will apply will) force to Mout- OUnwa and other eastern points, namely, thnt the nttionul irnns- transcontinental train will go by way ol the Canadian Northern lo Parry Sound and Capreol, connecting there witti UIL- line above referred lo. Kur prising consolidations can be effected hi all the western provinces. In the city of .Montreal the Nation- al Railways, while it does not get Die use of tho Windsor station of the C.l'.il., gels the Btmaventure Elation and Ihc new station sile or Ihc Cana- dian Northern: and thia latter, with Ita tunnel under iho mountain, glvei much the bust route lo Ottawa and lo the u'tfsl. and mey nicjn n. grcntlj' improved railway station in Mom rc'ii o" going by .way ol Port Ar- thur, wjl] pass from the Canadian Northern at lytinjj Ijke to the Trans- continental, and ovor Hie Transconti- nental tu Winnipeg; and thin, by all odds, will be the beat line belween the wlio'c uf Ihfc east. Including Montreal ami Ottawa. The Toronto end of Hits the DomLnlou. coustLiuting Itraut-Jiea of the All Canadian Soldiers Are Entitled to Med. about Total auybt-neflte which ore ox tended ;it Every niau who fulisied uuclcr the i P.. whose homes :ire in the I'nited l'ie 'iljlt lo of Ihe C Canadian flag. either in the naval or [.Suit-, ihete wore otter enli tmenU I K- K ln ('auada Al> will military forces wlitiher now resid-ui for the Hri-Jsli hTxpcdmonary, Force uPon. same (wr.auf, namely In Canadj or not. Is eniUled to all hen- j llriiifh R'.smUls which wilt tfks rejtarcia Kitdiral irealfcrni, brine Ihe. ouuilicr ol. Brilish eir. for the members ot the forrea j m ilje I'niteil Slate--. may need siTiljc-d by The Dooitnion govpn-mt-ut.' medii-al can-, up lu almost Lalf as i SSinlliir provifioii lias been uiade by uiUL-h again ;IK (lid Canadians aloup. 'the governtueul ol Ibe I'niicd Tte-c latter n! regard lo American veterans o.' iududnil lu Use t-ouui made war Canadian may di Of Ihc: uie-i cnltpjinK tu the C. K. r'. Ijariitijiaic in tJiu Lirrjneemt uliosp homes were outside of iDinUv It h-ds been estimated ihat abuui 9 The followim; fjgure-i (jive some om from ihf I'nltoil the toLal number of llritiib sub- r entitled are raeti i disabilities due PV [war who may [TOMI LTaraltd liy pay or been Iho o to Those who Tall HI- from :ny i-jus, wliliir. oao year trom nt charge from the Torrea wl.ti en- I it led io free ircalmcnt without and o( llieiiiii'lvt-s the grtstest railvvjy iu this couiitry. "N'o one can begin 10 oulllco '.vill To) low the put- ling the Grand Trunk aud Canadian Northern together in New Ontario. Aud we believe that the ThnLskaniiaK and will be taken into the National' Railways, put ling n-ost of .the nicies In Ontario.cm the sysiein. The nickel, and stiver iiihttj ol '.Ontario vrlll bc-'on Na- lifjiial Hallways, l: f "A Int'Of truckage UiaLcan'bc liftod will go -to places where it tail ho may bo lackled now used to liiorc iidviititage. Unnecessary j great changea will nol be stations can he closed. Unnoceiiary reffnctcil In a day. but ibey will come llritet offices can be closed. Jbe i along one after; Ihe oilier (n a rather frelgbt yard managements of. all Ibe j surprtslng Tin- people of Can lines consolidated iri; the National I arta have romc Into the wakings ol a will save money and in-lfireaL People's llalltvny and tario will bo ovur (o the hydro- elect ric mdlalS'Of the province. The elcclrilicniEon of Natioti- al Hahwayg will now be taliun up. Wt- will dfeveloji ii'ir water powers 10 ciake of'aieam coal brought'id us from the'Stales, Ji-'All Ihe (elegraph lines owned hy (Jie consolidated railways be merged Into one bcrvioo Vitli the gov- ernment and with 1lie (ireal North-western Telegraph .Sys- tem. '.National as as National Hallways! i propositions that could not be taken up Ly a single system "One ot the oulslandliiB advantages (.fficienry. CnrlnEc lines, sleen- 1 service. This will no; him the splen- r Ihla Is Unit Ihn 'or syslcms -news' de- did Canadian Pacific 'Jystein, but help 1 tiona1, Hallways gels possession of all i uarLmont5i doubled up. it. Kvcn these two .services will tind mi officials' traffic Bollci- ;a 'way of working together. the the properllrs. sitltnKi. stations shops and real cslate owned by Grind Trunk In Montreal, Ottawa. To- If You've used "ROBIN HOOD' prince lotel TORONTO In Conlro of-Ehopping trict and Business Dist 230 ROOMS lOOv-lhPrr.alsBi'. Rumania Resembles iri'Many Ways Our Canadian Prairies RumHtiia. who durine thus oulnumberinB llial of Canada [lie war-in a manner only equalled "by aboul 2C.OOO souls. j Of Ihia grand tola BoIgEum and-Serbia, is Ihe larpCEt t about 92.5 per cent, wns Rumanian country in or immediately with Iho ntilkhn Compos- ed of Hie pro.vim-es of and ihc she liua an area ivliicli mp.kes" her approximately 10.00U sp miles smaller tliap .Mani- toba. 'Occupying a posUlon nicbse strategic rjl ,.ttii3 -'coTDniancis itic Lower Danubo and of lam] -fob ica from' Central Europe -lowards the Jewish clemeiiL'accounling for ap proiimaLcly A further 5 per cent Latins by rae.E and Orthodox churcl by religion, about. S5 per cent, of th pumanlans arc peasants, whose in fluencc In the nast has been prucllca Jy negligible Jrom tlio political ?tani ppinl, owlns to their poverty. thei cultural i high in Rumania) ard lo the strict! l.iimlod franchise with which the the fioiilh nnrt Kasl. H was UIBEC have beeu, endowed. AllhouEh, loo, latter which constituted a .bridge i middle-class exists socially, ills prac liveeu wluit was Austrla-HunE.iry'jind tically non-cslslent politically for tb bridge-most Eallahlly- .'flc-1 Interests and of tbo off fpnded hy Ihrv Itoniuauiriii? Jor more cinl and are so closcl thai; a year prior'to the piiace with those of tho upper classe 'imposed ifpon them Central I tliat these secUqns of the comniunil Ihave really ruled the country. 13 the Const tulion of which ;.morc closely-rosem On Ihe oilier lianJ i lie-re are -d confid-i Jftts so tonceriic-il: c-rablc nuoiber of American riiiiens i lU'irusts for ilie f K. F. i bo enlisted In the P. i: K.. panliu-l fur ward from Ntw arly Lu the Western rroiiuces. Intimated number enlisted Reciprocal arrangement {JHWOUII ihc.' in Can niterl Statc-s government and that of! Recruits for Briti.-h fcUpc- ie of Canada, through Hie i ditionnry Force senl (nr- Jcpartment of Soldiers' Civil nblishment, have just, been commit hereby each tounlry will undertake vherpvtr occasion arises the after are'of dcnendc-nlb fount! within ihcir wn borders. order tu come io a full under-} landing of Ibe obligations wbicb this would involve, ilie Director of Mcniral' "Icri.kes and Deputy Mtnls- fr ot jhc Department of Soldiers'' ;ivJI Ilc-KatabHahment visited Wash- ogloii nnd conferred with Licui.-Col- inel Chr.s. E. Hanks of the United itatea Public .Health Service, Chief iloclical OfTicer lo the War Risk In- surance Bureau, also the secretaries of he Federal Treasuries. The Canadian Govenimenl having undertaken the medical care, payment, ol pensions, supply of nrlificial llmbB. ?tr., of disable'l veterans, decided iliat if some form of mutual t-o-opcralion between Hie govcrnmenL of this coun- j anil that of the United States was J possible for Ihc care of cacb other's dependents, a great deal of ntmcres- expense might 'jt saved. Such irrangeraent, for instance, vould. as far as Canada is concerned, render ceBBiry the establldhmenL of :i medical service branch of the Depart- ment in" the United States. At Iho conference held in Yashins- ton the proposal was submitted thai Ihe United States should effect au in- terchange of medical tare wilb the Canadian Government whereby any ex-member of the Canadian Force's resident upon that side would receive the same attention in Ihc .matter of medical treatment, as thai afforded to tho men upon this side. Similarly, Canada would care for the soldiers of (he American army found resident herericich country lo reimburse the other for all expenses so incurred. In addition [o nacmlcrs C. E. Powers c.irly last year. c.tcertion'ot the Dobrudja, has more In i-cnnmon. with Mountains, "and with lhai of than of-nnj'olhe "sleiipes" of 'Southern Iluasia, liinn touittry. The government rests in tb ith Ilic Balkans. in 1QBIN ROQ0 V FLOUR __ we buy'only the vcrV. finest spring wheat diredl from grind ifright hcfc on 1he prairies in'our.mag- nificcn't modern refund'the full purchase price, mil if after tw'o) bak- ings Robin Hood Flour.doesjioij '.lioroughly suit ybu.f' 'Jrdcr alriat sad: front yoitr.dtal The Associated Doaid of the-. Royal Academy of Music the Royal College of Music LONDON, ENGLAND. For Local ExzminaLioDs ia Muic u British Enpire PATRON: PRESIDENT: If. tf. H. Print ef Wain, K. C. Ar.-.uil Ekunrnnoni, toih Prtc-.inl vilt U hrU Citiidi fbUoni: PWCTICALS-May 1920 NoTciWr 8Lk Mil, IS19 taJifl April, 19ZD. and ra Silvrr Mnlili irt SthtliriVp, rnlillirfi %i iml mt or at Thh Miss Mlllyuiis.; ch? V don't ace vvhn1 you can' find "fd'atlmlre in a girl o! iicr aTamp." dear boy! IL Isn't her 'slnmit vi-lilcli attracts me; It's he Cdsldriiir Joylnl i SbopXccrcr are cg.Ke (oilaj'.'1' I am gTad'fo, hca i-gol' kere'j'calrt' r i: Verilon i [jiarl.til Unas dc applo (rep ilnV lie (Toublc'ln 'd Svorl'.rhtl Air'sffcls kanu conic (n Fairy Soda Biscuit A crisp crunch, and then comes that delightful taslt, with a delicate, salty flavor that makes Fairy Biscuits so pleasant. in Striped Ofjtj Oifice workers should ate Lifebuoy Soip TKink of the hundreds of duity, (erm Udcn you must (ouchcrery diy I Think oT thi dinner (o your skin. You need I tic best toip ind tbebdl JisiDfccl- Yoa LIFEBUOY HEALTH SOAP [t] oils lad Unternl ditifiTeclBatt tbor- cIcioK lid (Siii.fecl for cj, cic. new autumn styles as By trie'. Onyx SKoe, an individual cnarrn that appeal to women -of discriminating taste. Is ond comfortably constructed of fine, close-grfinea leatuers, cut from selected portions of the Hide. The beauty of its finisk is indicative' of its quality nnd of tKe nwy expect nnd will get of shoes bearing the SOLD DY THE DCTT'CB .SHOE THnoUGHauVcAHISDA .XD? WOLFE LET HBRIDGE rTOarys SURELY it is every right to have a range like tlie Kootenay I J a range that she can depend on "O range that is a real joy to work with 11 a range 'easy, to keep a range that "keeps fot" with a small nre-j The cooking-top is hurnniiid brighter than tteel; It never needs blacklead. Ttieoveii willofnickefad is easily cleaned. The dupfer grates clean down the with a single of the lever, tha .inqaire from Loral Hardwire Dealers. ;