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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta viviy Canadian 1 in the Orient Caiiadian cial ngont in reports to the IXepurliiiGtit of Trade and Commerce lhat mining machinery is being im ported into the and that I is a noticeable increase in the importation of wheat under the in of the new customs tariff rate discriminating between flour uml wheat in favor of the Mncloan points out in his port that is a great uriroadi IHSS in resject to the shipping facili ties to Die which will inter fere with considerable wheat trude in this direction for sonntime CANNOT STATE is a lot of pioiwser work yet to As to through our ele vator connection have no idea as to ihrough rates to the and upon enquiry we find are Hone hope to have some ieady in the The inform us that until they knew the quantity of likely to lx ship ped they cannot give any but that if we come to them with an offer of u cargo the rate would probably per Otherwise must considerthe rate On flour the rate is established at and ve think the wheat rate will probably the It will depend very they on what the ocean rates will be at the time of All of which you can understand to mean that theivj will bt much delay in getting things down to a working Of when all these things are brought up todate through coiniet ing standii rdization of grades between Canada ami andwhen the production of wheat in Aiborta and Saskatchewan will show a sur plus that may estimated there will yet be the handicap of bagging Hefore any profitable trade Ixitwcen Canada and the Orient can JH es tablished the question of terminal elevators andbulk shipping must lw grappled BY TRADE WITH AManchurian writing to the oftice of the commercial states There is a very large trade done in Manchuria in principally Am erican The British con sul this port Tairen has asked us uJiy this business cannot be derived to the Canadian itlJd Tlw qUoiat Ion for Aiiioricaii Hour ir but no fresh or ders can be pi need for shipment ear lier than Tho returns of this port for March show imports of aod exports of A customs system has been sirrunged and agreed 10 by Sir Ucbrrrt is that the region will have five trade as a tentative a for one gjtfiragTaph of the part of which wo have omit ted as lacking of contains following words of The farmer old when t in lie bin cannot do letter than to hold Mt thoiv until clouds of failure and TliK OPJUM There came to us from across tho seas u most impressive andimpor call 10 prayer that God would move the hearts ofthose in author to carry forward with all bold and with as littlo delay as pos the neivssary wieps to secure entire the JOth was askel to Iw set apart as a day of intercession by Christ Everywherelhe Cull setting in the difficult slow worl of giving practical eirect to winds of alarm clear rivvii he is able to soe the mnrkrt situation for the future producing1 righteous policy we can best strong vou neol the enor upon him to carry u roll to unless you do not care for and are willing to lose the J say do not iromote for the time will surely come and when you rue the hour you ever placedhimhi a posi tion wheie he cuu plague you by do mg those things which he ought and by leaving unUbue those things h should Jmve It you iwve dgaretlists on your who are doing good do not discharge Simplykcp them as kng they ure of profit to and when you find they be come a care gently lay them and say you will send fur them whea A FRANK That Colliers seems to IM growing saner as days go The folloiring editorial from a if cent issue shows a e of the Canadian attitude the United which is aiuong UnitwJ nliiiost frankness of this kind would probably help each nat ion to uirtiorstand the Col liers Our fool of Canada is another of what our leg islators can The Domin ion has now made up her mind to treat us to ns harsh jaws as can JKJ ami her decision is wise and For a of century she hat waited President after ami one Secretary of fttnto after de vised treaties intended for the mut ual enefit of Canada and tlvo Un itwl Every time the Senate imagining itself to exist for setiuest benefits desirwl by the well in its clients againwt the Administration and the at Canadian leaders have seen that no fair meas ure of peciprocity could ever pass the and she has decided to doall in her to stop trade with to develop it with England and her othcr to favor all against the United to de velop her own incalculable We her Whatever harm our ass brings to us has lxen fully and Orchards confession marks the man the biggest liar or the est in the history of the jf one half what he swore has us to write to to was true Nero toWlay is ihemyou so totheDevils you We should therefore be gial in his gilded Ffcr to be put in cojumuriication of the Canadian firms vho wouldtake k up the The quality pro KEEP MIXARDS LTNFArENT IX ferred for Manchuria is very gluten THE gKS of our statesmen by inmost Though many of Jk minion White Ribboners may not have made aware of this social appeal in a cause in tihaj to Kflt apart May 30th for earnest may we not ask Hint all vho iead now of the will at once set apart a portion of time to plead with Cod that to the Eng lish may such a of its responsibility for the continuance of the IndoChinese Op ium Trafficas will sjeelily bring about a sevoronce between it and the traftic are bcyonrl the at the hearty and unanimous spouse our Provincial Unions accord ed to the call ue out for a IKtiiion the continuance by sanrtion of this great THR CigaiXtte are often comelent They to see an opportun ready to take advantage of But you sec such a one he is in his at his best his star is at IIOL on the horizon or at N Never agnin will he be as much of a nitan as he is His future lies He is not growing into n better He is not in the Hne of you want a man who will train cigtiietTist as you would a He surely disappoint you the letLcr joiir young faster Will behis de to CMjnareite smoking is all right un til the habit foroclosuivj pVo ceel then IteeWbub Hi nisei f Prince of vacate Asa1 close observer of men ami an employer of labor fcr twenty five T giveyou this Never advnncc the pay of a cigarette smok And then never send for EllxirtiiubbertJn LAUOU PARTYANO The work done by the Partv in England along temperance Ijjhes is very For know ing the dangers arising from the facilities for securing liquor neelion with of Com some of the mcnvlwrs of the Party instituted a pledging the meinlieni fjf Iarliamwt not on any account to drink during the session on the prem of This pledge was ily and no was Agimthe the leaders in the Labor movement throw tho full of their influence and example the side of The five Vice chairman and the tvo Labor Party are all total So are also the chairman ami of tlie Trade Union twentynine luibor JiKMnlers of and fbrtv general secretaries of trade un The trend of the Labor Party seems to be away from the liquor traftic We u re glad to ftote this significant NATIONALLY From the Halifax Morning Cnron The widespread interest which Sir Wilfrid Laurtcrs ImperiaJ scheme for an allBritish service by way of Can linking Britain and the Aus traiian has is a happy augury for the reaiixation of the Heretofore interest in the establishment of an ocean ex press service has been confined main ly to the Maritime par ticuiarly It especially gratify ing and encouraging to these of us have been urg ing the importance of provUling fas tec communication between Can ada and the Mother Country to find that the present proposal has been received with a chorus of approval the Press of the FARM LANDS acivs good land 20 miles oast of Warner station and on propoied pw en Two lialf sections 20 miles south of Grassey easy 320 acres 2 miles north of New per easy 320 acres 8 miles north east of per easy 320 acres H miles from all fenced and 02 acres in fall a good terms We show our lands free of charge Co ITH one ribbon and its new threecolor device The New TriChrome Striifti Premier Typewriter is virtually three typewriters in It produces indelible purple CODying Or Ted tVpe I l IJ D Jt This machine permiu not ooly tne use of a threecolor but aiso of a twocolor or single writing at the will or the ope coior NO cost ir for this 106 THE ir One ribbon and a easily operated leverr do it Smith Premier Typewriter Ct S South Lincoln 4 WE HRE HEMDQUKRTERS FOR OUR LIST Consists of Wild from to per acre en and to per acre at Land near railway per acre and Improved Farms to per Now is the time to make if you want good land near CALL ON US FOR COONS OLIVER LETHBRIDGE ;