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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 111 Late Rev. CMcKillop (Concluded from Previous Page.) Great Lokcs to the Pacific. The Church never made a happier up  pOlnimont. Mnny of those who huvo served their country ondtho Church mowt effectively hnvo been Inspired by "tho lllshop" ns �o cnllod him, to come nnd work tti tho West, Mr, Mr U|) wKh the town ho prayed for lb:- Unique vork, mid no other run Inko t'lielllc hits nt hint tnkvii urtlvc steps welfare of tin- town ns ferwntly ns his plnco. The soldier of Christ has to meet -tho eomiiet it ion of Mm rivals ever psnlmist prayed for the pence of Joined the Vhnrch Trinttiphnnt. The l.y lmil,.linn nheiid of tlxm tuwl dlr- Jerusalem. And as his custom was ho worked nnd watched mid pm.\t�t. Only 'thoso who knew hint intlmotel.N can understand the wtrnin of thus.' long years, espcclnlly 'the years of depression. To go on preaching �ti� needs to %fl away fiv-Irt^w It; he knew Its needs, ,nd the tpicntly from the ftuiiipiir surround -Importance of having men of the lints, to imv�t niitsiunditu; m .n of his right son to stand for (Sod nnd His 'profession, to spenk with them and Kingdom. Hohcrtson had th> eye of ihoar them spenk, [or only in this A general for his men. Sometimes, way win iron sharpen iron. One needs for want of 'better, he had to appoint j to koep in touch with what Is being Inferior mt-n to Homo Mission Ileitis. isai,'|i iisrent to Tlie exact course of the extension from l�"thhri'tlg given txveen C.'hetidlc nn>! Strnthmor.">. This To follow in his train. Amen.' w\) o|H'l> up � new section of the . i � - : company's 11,000,000 aciv tract of farm land, which it is I.ringing under irrigation. ��mb > Tb s Is the largest irrigation pro- Canadian Pacific will Outflank lis ject rn tint continent, ar�l is the prln. liintxsl tli;' heti\cii. I'ltrough iK-ril. toil and pain. Railroad Race For Prize. of two hundred ami llf-ty thousand 11 inn of tho coal stock during the dollars, Negotiations Imnc hocii mm bite summer months thoug'h the coal plcled w ll-h the I'.I'.H. to construct lot' any of I lie mln.-s In tlv> district n spur line from n point near l*�lh- here or in The I'ass will keep from liridgu on the Crow's Nest bntttcli to j three to sex en months without in-the mine and work xvill commence jury. Jiniiilnion HixuK an' the nssnronce of water to ren- j ki-t in Spokane and th' cities of the l,v the (Irnnd ider H tire finest kind of farm'ng j W',stern States xvlure coal is l.eing ion of its territory Hut wh�t a Joy it xvns to him. as t well rxMiwnrtxM', to get hob! of iii.mi after Ills own heart. t)n one of his'a spider s|tins Us wet). Hwn yet w. coal is Trunk and the Canadian Northern hy 'country. s,iys IV. Klwood Mead, a : import,d from \ustralm at eightand ami .thouRhi. for no man can spin �,n extension of its ownnorth hnitetl States governm, � engineer. followexl. Tho tv�t of the story is familiar, or ought to bo familiar to us all. I neen fivv from temptation by making them free to the nmnso. Strong in the Lord, he stood for tnat righteousness which ahmo oxalt-cd a natilon. Tho incarnation of chivalry and honor, he championed tho cause of the persecuted on.! - th? wtnk. Mr. McKillop w�s Knoxxn whloly throughout the country ami the church, many from ocean to ocean will mourn his loss, but it vas here in Uuhbrldge where his llfexvork was done. God grant that his work �here may never Is' forgotten. It is givon to lew ministers to work for clghtoen years in one chargo. es  pecially la this now country. It is an untold advantage to tiny |�eople to have such a minister so long. Ho come to the toxxii in its Keenly days, when things lookeil bright: Ih� stood by tho town during 'the dull years, when everything xvns flat. He givw other | The railroad is preparing to spend 'grown intnieiisclx in tJie last fewyeurs sutler fmm isolati,* 'there niv so few ,-onds are preparing to cross. This lWueen five nnd six million dollars nnd Ivsldes the rapid in. reuse of chances for sound discussion ami com ' means Hint four railroads have Ivgun \ "> the pro.lect. One thousand miles railways and ro'.ling stock is ivspon-men study, without which a minister 'the most exciting i-,ilroad building of canal haxe n I ready Wvn dug. 0|H�n. ""de for , large consumption. Such fatiada. with Inu up a thlrsl of the territory to mines as Hock Spring. Camera. Is apt to go to seed. Ami during tho race in the history greater part of Mr. McKillop's ministry ln�re the dilllculty xxtm far grentor. Yet, in spite of every difficulty. Mr. McKillop succeeded in wonderful measure in keeping him -self nbivast of the times. His Interests nml sympathies worn wide ns the territory east of this city as the jcultivation, but 1,000 more miles of BOI,lr 'canal must lie dug and 2!,7"i0,f�O0 The increasing importance of the cubic yards of material moved Ivfore Southern M-'h-rta winter xxliwit crop, the gicantic task will Ih? completed, xxhich is Inrgoly grown by fcnerican He^ldcs the l^thbridgv extension fanners who haxe emigrated from the I ho Catindinn Pacific is planning a static, is responsible for this smhlen cut-ort from .Mewnsin to Sh-pnrd. humanity. Kwn during the Inst 'activity, ami the story of the chain 'similar to tho ones which K. II. Har-xxwks of his illness it was wonderful ,f coots lending opto the Canadian rimnn is now building at the oxpeif.? hoxv fresh nml keen an interest he |*nrinc's announcement forms a vivid ol' millions, to shorten the main line took in men nnd 'hooks anil events, 'chapter in the romance of railroad of tlH' union pacific '1 he Mi*wnsln You who vivited him often have not- ' innpuinkiug. j cut-off xvill save ten miles, gvt rid of insl this.. I often noticed it. and j The Canadian Pad lie Ihillwny xvns a four i>er cent, gnuk' anil 0|hii up a mnny a timo I have Veen grateful to I the first in the field, nnd for years !��'xv part of the irrigation tract. A him for his kindly unfailing interest handled the entire gr,,in crop of |reason for the hasten ng of the rail in all iw' work and for his advice. i southern Alberto, then worth less bora of long ex|m'iience. In tho fill- 'than a million dollars. When the ness of his strength he took the kivn J (irand Trunk dcchk'd to build west est tvHsto in the joys of life. And ; to the coast its olllcors snxv thut it when on account of illness ho could would have to hnvo some of this no longer take active port in thesv> I fie, so the Grant! Trunk announced joys, his chief joy lay in swing oth- ttint it would build a branch lino or people Impp.v. It xxas a terrible 'from the i.....Ih Saskatchewan river to wrench to him to resign this charge Calgary. This xvas folloxvod by ruin-ond go to live elsewhere. His one 'ors that the Camidian Xortlwrn in- roads plans in regnril to the l**th-brkl.e extension is ilio progress of the xvinter wheat crop. It is esti  mntetl that this xvill be the biggest in the history of Allertn. DUiniondx ale. Monarch anil Sheridan in Wyoming; Hridgcr and Sftml Coolie. Ciritcyvillc. in Montana, are working to their full eupucity and still unable to supplx the'kel. The capacity of these mines is estimated at ten thousand tons pernlax. The scnrcHx of cars is again tb-tpiestiin of the hour. Will the CP. II, lv ably to supply curs enough to the minndent for its coal supply on the nriies from Tuber to I'crnio. Tile coiisumptIon of coal in Wi'stern Canada during the last, txvo years has Increustsl out of all pro. portion to the production so that It. is impossible to make any provision ugiiinsi a fuel famine. And now coiik's the word that already lite mines of the Pass are xvorklng under time on a1 count of the car shortage I p to four weeks ago curs were pretty well supplied but about that time the International at Coleman xvns forced to cut iloixn to half Its capacity. To obviate anv four on this score William Why le second vice president of the CP.It. has assured A. C. l''',uni"ri'o|i. president of the International Coal and Coke company at Coleiuiin, that the CP.II. xvill move the coal from the mines ut all costs, oxen if they haxe to tak'e every gravel and const run ion train nnd press them inlo_ service The mine operators are doing their share to prevent any coal shortage The opc n ng of the colliery at l^'th-bridge Ii.x the lloynl, Collieries Kim � itisl is a step in this direction. Kx- eastern slope of the mountains, as the lignite Holds uivapprniiuteri. very considerable development has taken place and markotl progress Is to be seen. The mines are bStyj equipped, noxv machinery installed, and if there is n fuel shortage this winter the shame and the guilt will Ho with Hits CP.IK-Calgary Albcrtnn. Press Grindings 'You will le pressed for money of-tetier been use you no advertise- lug bills to pay thnn Ixicauso you have." observes the HulYalo News. "Hig advertising bills ami big bank balances grow together, out of tho sanw publicity c-ampaigns." The merchant who holds down his expense account by cutting out advertising, says ai> exchange, saves money Just, the way the railroads wouhl If thev sliou'd stop buying coal for their lo-coinotlNes. Without coal the wheels won't turn; without publicity trade cotees to a standstill. It pays to to throw silver out of the window that gold niqiy copie In at the door. Cttlgnry Herald. ... bitter ami tragic eX|h'rienix's of last tensixe dexelopments are in progress winter the sani' impixxx hleivce is ram- in the urines of the Pass. On the The Penile Pree Press gives figures to shoxv that the monthly payroll ni that town is the tidy sum of $2�.'J. ;ioiv llnlph .1. Kloyd || hom'sKiider near White \Wtnle Knku WUS killed by on angry bull. The comer ston- of the Calgary Y. M.C A. b'libling will U- laid on Sept. "1. ... MIN.MtHS LINIMENT CPUKS PIPnTHICIHA. reason for going to ltnymond was that ho might uso tho remainder of his strength in the work of the ministry. We missed him nml his family from our midst. We welcomed them on their return to 1-icthhridge. We xvere glad to have them hero again, even though it was evident that Mr. McKillop's days Nvere numbered. And Ik on his |mrt xvas glad to be among old 'friends again, for there ore no friends like old friends. He did so appreciate the little marks of attention show n him in his illness. They let him s in sl/o. nntl vnlue. In the face of n shortage south of tho international litie. ami the Coaatlian The Royal Collieries, Ltd A nexx colliery will be o|iened in Ijothbrhlge this full by tlv> lloynl Collerles, Limited, v ith a capacity of fifttvn hundred tons |h>i- tla.v. Among those Interested in the formation of tlit; new company are Messrs. A. C. Plunvrielt. Victoria, president of the International nnd Ambviv Uiidlaxv, of Spokane- The nexv coal mine nvIII lie situat-itl about five miles down the Holly river from the city. Tho comjsiny hnvo purchased the Ikn-nes mine, ono of the oldest in the Kcthhridge ills-trict. anil in addition, hnvo art pi iris I the rights on seven thousand uc-ros adjacent to it on the east side of the river imoK-diatoly opposite the l�iamond City mine. It is the intention of the compnny to open several collieries within thin area ns the mar kt�t warrants, on eh of n ca|>ncity of lifnvn hundred ions |H�r tiny per col- Machinery For Sale W� haw for rale TWO COMPLETE 32 HORSE-POWER COMPOUND ENU1XES and a complete TEN BOTT(^M PLOW FOR EACH, the finest steam plowhiR outfit in Ctitiadii. Sop our work tit Mngruth to prove this. Will sell one or both of these out flits cheap. We nlso have a II x �>0 NORTHWESTERN SEPARATOR, complete with blower, self, feeder, belts, etc.. Unit wo will sell with one of the outfits, also eight disks complete rigged to run with engine. We will sell one or both cheap. They can seen at our farm, three miles north of Mnjjriith. Call nt our office for further particulars. We have oiiij oil horse�|iower large Touring Car AUTOMOBILE. Haynes. and one Btiick that will be sold cheap for cash. Our lands are nearly all sold, which is our reason for belling. The O. W. KERR Company. ----MMimilll Ulill IHiiMMMMMII ONE OF THESE WILL MAKE YOl 75 feet Corner Bompas and Crabb - $1750 100 feet Glyn south of Bompas - $2000 50 feet William, between Dufferin and Redpath $500 THESE ARE THREE OF THE BEST LOCATIONS IN THE CITY. N. T. MHCLEO D St CO. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Phone 173 P. O. BOX 679 4 MMMMIMMII HMIIfftffWIfflfWmmtlWl mmmmmmvimwwwmiiMMMMiiniwtMm ;