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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 27, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta CaiuMliaii wheat Jn^the Orient Alt'x. Macldati, Cnfiailiati coirumfr -cini agvnt, in lapnii, reports to the l>D(>artiiii>rlt'd into the country, and i^hat then; is a notieoable increase in the importation of wheat under the in-c?ntiV(i of the new customs tariff rate discriminnting between flour and wheat in favor of tlie luttev. Mr, Maclean fioinrts out in his re-|iort that thcpi! is a great untvadi -nhipnu>nt. All of which yoM can understand to mean that theix! will lie much delay in getting things down to a working l�sis." Of course, when all these things are brought 'up to'date through completing rates, standiirdization of grades between Canada and Japan, andwhon the production of wheat in Al|berta and Saskatchewan will show a surplus that may Iw estimated thei-e will yet be the haindicap of tmeging Before any profitable trade between ('anada and the Orient can be es -tablished the question of terminal elevaitors and bulk shipping must lie grappled with. BY TRADE WITH FLOUH. A Manchurion firm, writing to the oflice of the commercial agent, states 'Thei-e is a very large trade done in Manchuria in flour, principally American mnnufa^ture. The British con-suj at this port (Tairon) has asked lis' wihy some c.f this business cannot be derived to the Canadian mills, and has recommended us to write to you. We' .shoiild therefore Ije glad to be put in communication with one of the Canadian Arms vho wouldtakc up the business. The quality pre -ferred for Manchuria is very gluten- j lim for Atuerlcan (lour in U.S.O., *JI.9S per bri. c.l.i., but no fresh orders can Ixj f>lflco(l for shijimnt earlier than August. 'I^he trade returns of this port for March 8how iniiiorts of 30,700,000 yon, and exports of 1,460,000 yen. A customs system has been arranged and agreed to l)y Sir Hcwer to stop trade with us, to develop it with England and her othisr colonies; to favor nil Europe against the llnilod .States, to develop her own incalculable resources. We wi�h her well. Whatever harm our ass policy brings to us has Iteen fully nad painstakingly deserved." Orcharfl's confession marks the man as the biggest liar or the great. est viljain. in the history of the voild. If one half what he swore 'to was true Nero to- are i>leased boyoml the tejllng at the hearty and unanimous ra  spU hiiti-nevei' tk\>end upon him to carry a roll to Oomez, I unless you do not caie for Gome/ and ai*e willing to lose the roll. , J say do not proino'le theMgarefcte smoker, for the lime will suivly come and shortlj", when jou viU rue the hour you ever placod him in a position whei* he can plague you by doing those things which he ought not, and by leaving undiiue those things ha should Imve done. If you have cigarelli.sts on your pay-roll, who are doing good work, do not dischargest; his star is at zenith, not on the horizon o^r at nadir. Never again will he be as much of a man as he is now. His future lies behind. He is not growing into a Ivttcr man. He is not in the line of evolution. ,If you wont a man who will train on, flee the cigarcttist as you would a,pestilence, . He will surely disappoint you. A'nd tho Ixittor and. brighter your young man, the faster will liehis do-socnt to Awmus. Cigarette .smoking is all right until the habit tiegins foreclosure proceedings, then Bcelitfbub Himself (Prince of Lawyers) catinot vacate them-you go to the Itovil's .'Auction! THE BRITISfl LABOR PARTYAND TEMPERANCE. The work done by the Labor Party in England along temticranoe lj|nes is very encourag'ing. For instance, know ing the dangers arising from the facilities for securing lif|uor in', connection with tha House of Com-m.ons, some of the mcnvliers of the L�'l)or Part.y institutofi a pldge-Rign-ing'movement, pledging the mei^^Xim of Parliament not on any account to drink during the session on the premises of Parlionvent. This pledge wos argely signed, and no doi^n. was u.seful. Again the majorHy of the leaders in the Labor movementthrow the full weight of their influence and example upon the si