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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 1911. T.TTK LKTHBRtnnT! HAILY Page 3 Boards of Trade Decide on Pub- ____jidty Propaganda (Continued from Front I.ol tors or regret also ruad from .1. Hrucu Walter, eommUiHionor ol' immigration ill Winnipeg: lion. Uuneiui .Mai-Hhall, Sujil. ol tho P. If., mill (ho Hal ons and 11-vino Hoards of Trade, The nominating committee brought In the following report from I heir President, Dr. Ta'uer. Vice- Preside-ill, ,M. J latch.. I.ethhridr.P. See.wd VIro I'ruftidoitt. .1. A. Cum- ttraniim, A. K. firady of .Macleud. K N'. HiirliiM1 of C.'irdston ami C. A. 'ilKOt. HlRh 'River. TJii appointment of a seei'ti'iiu'y. or publicity commie si oner, was left in t'm hands of lhe 'oseeutivo ronnniHcc. li is the salnry atlaahuit will IK; in the neighborhood of 11500. M.iclcod will he the next place of i ujuthiK-" Cardstou and (.'larHholm also made a bid. liul Mneleod was chosen, as more confal. Freight Rates Dr. Leech'thun iivirddticeu a tlon rer.nrdins coal froiabl rates. Ihi I'olt. Lhaf the Southern Alimria coal i.'olds were belnt> (UsfTiminated npalti- H in the maltur of freight rates tn i.he Tho Ipgical market -rnr mir rojil Is in ibis three-praiVie in-ovinecs. yet frr.m i.ie oust is emibJed on account, of the rates to inept our i-oal al Rtvjina, thus cutting off larfin inarkot. If we hud this in freight rales so UISH we mifiht have ihia market, tho minor, would run Uie year rouu'd. to ihe bcnefrr nf tlifl operalois, 'the nieii and the public Kenenilly. A reduction in nit as in ilio summer would be liene- liclal as In that rase tiia mines would he worked in summer white lu wanted the Lcibhridge congress to In; the besi. ever. This cou'ld lie-done by tha co-operation ut ail the boards ivorkiug in conjuuctlun with the farm- ers-of the district. During the com- ing winter, ho said, one M-their mov-. eminent lecturers would go rbroiiKh the country UiUIm; ihe matter up with the fanners; and he was sure that the thousands of, delegates IierH jimxt fall would he Very greir-.ly sur- j prised with the by .'the various diBiricta in Southern Al- j Speaking of the'benofifs of the con- igi'flss to the people of .Southern Al- i lifer t a as a publicity medium, he said i that year their printing bill j would amount