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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta S JST1TDBIDGE 1X4HT Saturday, July ft, i LETiHBMDGE DAILY HERALD VtTAILItHSD DECIMDCIt 1907 1 rubllllied (by The Mirild publ'lihlno 'CD Ltd tvlry lawful Street, Albtrta, Canada, W.'A. CUCHANAN MuniBlnfl. Director T W QlilAYLl Minnolng, Idlur JOHN TORRANCE PHONI: H.I, Nawt Dtpartmint- 1224 PH9NI! Clrculjtl.il Jib Ovpartmtnta 232 r J SS8T DAILY SUMCRIFTION i by month., m.u 1. -'iff t THEJOA1LY HpHAUD tALE AT _ Book J J.G Robertson Cnnbrook. ef C and Co. fo; A'flK- andra Hotvl. Twpl.l _ r v '-City Cft W. Drus Co H.mllton VMWUYWV C-Vorid JV'id, pjncfctr J- MltetlWi. Company n I> M Inn MOO! Brown Strwt Drvif Book Xewa Compmny. Ftrnte V. Awnue. AIM on all C. P. R. Tralni THI WiEKLY HERALD and contains Published WedHMday or mora and cont summw! of tae it ait wtek, and 1 5 ear In j months In edvanc. IBOc. 6 mouthi In advance ?5c. i Practical .Step Towards Union- AT ITS REOUis i SESSIONS In 1 dmonton the Presbvteriati general assembly, a step to- wards ultimate clnlrcli {union, advo- cated a policy of co-operation yith the olh'er church bodies in '.various It suggeated that depaitmenis in nuttei ol UiPii ediKational'iu .'stiuitious, the churches should The appireiith un- er.ite der ..3' even Before the Diet, for only a .few1, days ago it was fyinoimced that in Montreal such a scheme had heeu put into .operation, and the Federation.of Theological Col- leses 'affiliated has become an jcQamplished fact Tbe colleges in Tederation tnose ot the Congregatioual, Me thodist and Presbyterian churches Ths plan is that b> uniting the 'var-j icus faculties the instruction which jp. common :to all cau be given without j "lupltcation, resulting in larger clasa-j reduced expenditure in en I atttf mdiiej anti giung of great er inspiration and enthusiasm to botl piofessoii, and "students Each tol lege.5 however, its own hi dividuality. and autonomy. Uy thi schyine the professors will be able tc on oue subject; njstead of two 01 three us io do uuder. the old a'rraiigemeut. It will ftlso aftowl opporninitj for the of teadnijj from ali the noihl to delner special series of lectures. In the studying of doctrines peculiar to llie several re- ligious bodies, the students take from themoun church. This plan, as it has been worked out En. Montreal is Unique history education and.the ex: perltncnti.vlU be watched with, keen nteresfc not only b> the churches con ceined but also bj all those are interested in' education" and in .the union oMha churches, Lethbridge and the Panama Canal WITHIN three years the Panama Canal mil bp open Io the traf fie of the >vorld. On JLethbridge Panama the gieat artificial waterway opens, tht woild traffic be revolution- ised Just far reaching its effect will be ig as jet but, a surmise, but this much Is certain, Alberta l pro fit, and that profit will come back to the producers here in and cents And white Alberta is reaping the benefit of the new trade loute which will be opened up from the markets to the Pacific coast ports, .L-ethbiidge as a city TV ill receive an impetus cannot be calculated. What does the tfpcmng of the canal mean Io Alberta from the standpoint of ulieat production aJoneT.Here are flgurds, compiled by an expert will ia question answering that Jn 1911 Alberta produced bushels of wheat according to.govern- ment imports Experts reckon that the Panama canal route for grain to the LU erpool market, commonly shipped 'o the coast( The natural points foi these are Leth bridge Calgary IViien dptv.lb.nk8 ot the'-dioulh pro- (HcHoiib ago U is to Ittligli fiimer as cnr ijlUth irtomlsod tor, .frC'nlgi'uy Fair showed an tnctooied ijLtU'ndftuce dosptto wet v Meathor Tbero la no doubt 'jUitlt H ft> becoming oue ot the big jupUnotai meota of tthe can Now foi booBl tllo gtent I- Pthlirlduft1' One uot to set a land titles odlce lor ifa to Knock the premier and "distort remarks umrte'uo doubt in private ('H Is a good thing for th.it Mi. Slfton is laigor than some of his critics J li'a Indeed .1 Cruel World j nyinitetn Record) Whlit is thd iiooi Toij mciHbci ,of parliament going to do? If .he felxcs all thcjf plums to his aunpoiiPiB by tlifding a AicC" or tilakliig It it accused on Ihe, spoifs 8) If h6 fakes "of a Grit friend once in a while a whole lot of ditappolnted office seekers ac- cus-a him of trying, to wreck :the party and swear to "sot at the next election Us a cruel, 1cruel world. duty of 1 ISO on-tbo and I uouid done had I bold In Cau ada Tophi Ah Dean lives is in tho constituent of Plpestone and .Mi Dean's cvpciioncc coupled with that at manj_.othor fanners thejc reason, whj V Ir tiiUin loiing fight ai-tl will have TJ, f ftho will iffe ridiiig in tlio great more of the grain gronn In Southern Alberta and Southern Saskatchewan TvIH be shipped through Lethbridge, and on to the coast o.ei 'the'Crow's Nest Pass line Here" ig another thing l In these days of strenuous lailway competJ tfon ery' mile saved, arrd erj grade overcome counts jn dollars and cents on the earnings ot the rafiwnj overcoming these obstacles Leth bridge is nearer the coast %ia the Crete's Keat route than other of the Alberta cities It seems logical therefore that, the at freight mer the Grows Nest? line be- to assume the gigantic- p-ropor- Uons nofc looked for, that the com pan} will head its enei to ward making that road eisy oC opera lion in. evpr> particular where ginee-ring will allow of that being done, Tlie grades through the Pass easy compared to' other routes through the mountains, and it known as the world's market, wilt re is safe to assume the railway duce the average freight from Albe.ta company -ftlil not forget this fact .points from 28 rents per bushel And .Lethbrldge will benefit cents in the summer, and from..35 Then, again, there is the old axiom to 23 cents in. the winter, a of traffic that emptj cars do not in reflection of cents in the summer crease road's earnings Cars go An Expensive Cimpilgn (Winnipeg Free Press) The utso choice made the Demo- crats has added iinmens-ely to'the erest of the question of what Rcose ,elts course -rtill now be. It is stated the New FrlBune which, gives is its authority of the leaders if'the third paitj iqtne. iient that the tampaign thntl teim for Roosevelt has already xisi ?1 000 001) It ii also atntetl that ?eorge W, for jenis a'pai or of J Pierpont and know o a large IfljeiesL Hi the liar- eslei Tnist, ha's pledged himself to iiirLlier and s prepared to expend twice that sum if necessaij Some mtProatliig, .u- hmetiL.il calculations are being e loailing iiapeis m the United t.ites, go to show tli.it if oosevelt and his .Iiackers 'persist, a tal of from 000 fo before the oils close la November. V J The Farmer the Piper (IteginaLeader) The Leader is in receipt of a com- miication enclosing' copies of ship- ng bills, official certificates of eight and .-and other docu ents shipment of uheat Frank Dean, of Poplar Grove, SasK Duluth, This uheat vas graded as sold by Mr Dean through Mor Co, for cents bjishel shipment ushels and reaUised ft cost J416 6Ji this grain, ''almost sum realized-ifor.it, L j- w, analysis pf the costs of getting a market for this that Is interesting and should prove tq the Sas katchewan opponents of reciprocity Here is gtatsment'of >'r Dean's to geL-hJs wheat ficra K. ,AH "Doesn't .that outside aii- nov }qii9" t cAii't sav'iintil o.it it is being done ct Jthe neighbors'- Nerve Is'UUif a good place i 4 Propuetor offlfyilth It is I opened uo here I dahj charged 10 a daj, and now I the, t4 chaige 23 A Smile or Two The farmei was escntnig the ly-aiTived slimmer' boarder, n young ladj, from tliw.tritn to tlie f arm- house. ail" at olite she spied a small herd of uiUtb m a held neat sh'e cried 'look at (he uftle .cowletsLV Grinning, the farmer replied: "No, miss, K Hour must say jome got a prettj lot of citizens to allow themaelves to: be charged at the rate of 5 cents a jnMc irom here down to the 3unctlon on R miserable horse 'branch said ,thB shoe diummer bitingh "I'd like to call jour attenlio'n ter one fact before, you go oa- any more such answered the ticket-agent that is, that w it may be 5 cents a mile, it onl> 35 rgn'ts an 'ijbui Times-Dispatch into, the Duluth market Freight etc Th 40 U S on bushels at 26 cenU 274.11 Customs charges......... -0 Switching 1T3R charges Coramissio'n IC'-C and 12 cents in the winter, or the coast filled with produce for reduction the year round world's inarkets The railwa'j cents That would rerj be "the 1911 crop, Alberta, "would bring back those cars full of nver- faa-ved ?3 lu, or It would for the piairie provinces rbeen that much more money merchandise muat be dlstribut the and again wi'I benefit Besides, there been association has been formed Ing v, hicli ould have the object of getting for .West- jhad there been no car shortage. Canada its rights uhen ccanaJ therefore will ensure the Canal 13 oppned to IrailjcT Leth 'ers of Alberta of a rate eifeht is represented on, "the half Vents bushel clieaper e of tljat assoclatiop iolid rat present, and also rars to mftii uniieratands juSj much the canal ma> to f how does t hut .effect' for Lethbndge m "a jwrnoieVcIal abridge'' ao.ithern Alberta is H remains therefore recognized as the premier of Uelhbiidge, in lac', ol'tlie district of the province. From Alberta .the1' of Southern Alberta, to the (luestJon from uuijed Support, make the influ lets, the f t'tft, of Lcthbrlrtge's Teprc-ientatU f Itho C P Kicking cJJrfiS bridge it for. ,mor, on th? Vu.tr. There must (his which appears to a fftutor which utll a moie fmpoftanfa, pact in the development of the province than almost am othei grain bn might be named i J OF The cry Alberta The of soino man to -j: "Premier Sffton greater forty 'inches high and In the Ihe nntietj Tor a land titles !i tht? itorr told HICBG dnye The sound 6f the flfe and drum be stunting leard In The enthusiast frt- Kegliia la oi king into shine for i. 1) These flgurea reveal that, in older to flhtl the best Jnd most piofltablc maiket for his 1'feed" wheat 'Mr Dpan had to no lesa a sum tlwn 11 into the.United States treasuu "Which siim will be used In nrovldliig iiuhlic ervices for the bcneflt o( the people ot that countij, Instead of being re tained m Canada bj Mi Dean to be expended him in the purchases of necessities for hlnuelf, thus gijlng increased' btiaJneia to Canadian con- cerns and in the develop- ment and growth of the Dominion as a whole i- Thp 'triumph ot Iho Tori-Big Inter- ests party and Hie defeat of recipro clti last Septembor'font' Sir. Dean on ithiu one car of1 "feed' no less a sum than, 11 i heavy IOTS, Mr DeaiTntMM'ttial, "afiof paying E to Success I ambert Chicago attorney, told the follow ing-- story it a recent Young Men's Christian association banquet Kansas fanhcr, a Dane, applied for pupera The judge asked him' "Are jou satisfied with the general ccMiditkmB of the coun- drawled the Dine; 'Does the government 'suit queued the judge ''Yas, jas, onti I nould like to see more replied the farmer Chi j cago Tribune Understood the Language An Indianapolis public school teach er some time she relates, reoen ed in her room a from the Kentucky Tennessee ant she set about teaching him the intri cacies of addition 3he'found could run up or down a column of fig urea readih, but she could not him understand Tiow to f'carrj'' frmr one column to another when the toll was more than nine Finallj the teacher on one of the little girls in the class and told her she mould her a dime if she could make the nen comer understanc the process Nevt the litfte girl called to claim the money "How did you make him gee it so inquired the teacher "Oh. I told him to got a num ber of ,tuo figure? to put down the one on the right, and tote the other across, and he knew what 1 jnefinl right News. There'i Safety In Knowledge p'letlicinc iinlt'SH you or your' pxactly it contains. Jon tnilil on PUfll FOOD vtnen are haalth. surely it Is rrasonaWe lllal tou should iniltt on PUMt or any member of your family are ailing. 6ur stiongest reason for recommending. Nyal's Family We rxactly each and one contains It It no secret and, nllllnfly you a booklet conlalnlM Uic foi rnula of every tljal Preparation. X Red Crbsi Drug Boole Co. Ltd. spa 555 1 3rd S. Here are three good ones I, V Three Lots s" Two tots r, ju Ice trio 'Jigliti. _ .f 425.00 oaehV, WsUorl tiaie V I FouHbts -On Hth SI, SouHyfaeW a trite foi tKfoo (odd houiM. 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