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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MCE EIGHT THE SATURDAY, CANADA'S HiF-CENTURY The Stirring Story of the Dominion, 1867-1917 Paid up talk capital O. unites buk Bank Fire In force Life lanrafn In forte 'oil Railway' earntafs coin aid bullion mports V, SIR JOHN A. MACDONALD First Premier or Confederation. AN ODE FOR THE CANADIAN CONFEDERACY. Awake my country, the hour ol dreamr Is done! Doubt not. nor dread the greatness o[ tiv fate. Tho1 faint souls feur ice keen, con' fronting sun. And fain would bid the' morn ol splendor wait; tho' dreamers, rapt in starry visions, i ihy future, yon thy lalth, thy And stretch Tain hands to.stars, th> fame is.nigh..... ia Canadian-hearth, and home and This name which yet shall grow Till, all the nations know Us for a patriot people, heart and hand" Loyal to our native owl Canadian land I Charles G. D. THE CANADA OF THE FUTURE. Farewell address of Dnke. ot Con aaught, 'Ottawa, Oct. S, 191S: "Can ada has" a great future before II.1'In Canada the Empire ha's a portion that is bound to lake a leading part in lie of Uxe'future'. Canadi '.has Uken her shafe in the war in a nioel It 'ever, be written in .the records "of Can lie tijne'bf the gfeates --Vaeed, unasked.and unforced, tie" Jot Canada's sons'rallied to the colors. AGRICULTURAL .EXPANSION' Canada'icrac Eke-Baa.always .been, an agricultural country, but tlte iiel were' Inflnileelma 'compared with the ot Ml and. that.a poor crop year, Axflcultura hare gone up from "f'.'tb. and yet leaa lian.len per cent, of Ctnaua's lUlabt arti'itmadfr curilraUaiu .What room -'reveal! export: la i j bishels grew. to buahejs In '1916; abd the eiportsVo were barrels jn mi-It Over half .of Canada'a Invested capita per ceuufl of 1LU, was IB farm values palryiag, live stock and" k.lBdred hai 2 correapondlnc de- of Remarkable Development in Every WRITTEN BY FRANK YEIGH. TOKtiMO CANADA'l MAMVtLLOUf (TOHV S30.ISJ.OU 1U.SU.S55 8.W.WO 3.i3S .S.37S rarenue 'idioms iaalacturilf' capital (1MT7 and 1915) 67.6S7.SS1 None S.SC1.446 3.00S.5SS 5.633 'alues olitvoducls Public Ml debt "nrkultural eiporls Animal predtclt eiporla Suiter uports eipj'rted (bush.) Mineral Production (1S71) Fcrest prodmeta ___jfacluflar. exports y. WaUr power: development Electric B- R. mileage.................... ki crops, Trte Public works expenditure................. Subedits provinces'................... 75.757.135 1.27U29 6.577.J91 3.357.510 Kone Xone None Kone ....None !Uj2T.U7 v 134.040.000 I I4.M5.000 S.773 '.llij 24S.H1.19I 2S.S3d.MO S6.iS9.Sil .Z4I.03 1.995 h.p. Ln 11 and the total err. steel rail nnmrner hotels, protwclton Is echnical schools, tranimlsslon power nearly two billion dollars. Canada supplies over SO per cent. o[ the world's output, u well as Estimated coal HM) .sqaare'mileiV GREAT CANADIAN UNDER- inada has carried wit; many great nndeVUidnrs since CoafederaUon: the buildlne of three tranMontlneatal tie eiteaalon of the canal harbor'improTemftnlJ rn cities. United .States mnnstriei in of them. In the chtet seaport idlies; the billd- iiis'of a treat elevator syatrai acrou the continent; the deretofeaeiat of our .'aaaV-tae 'opes- if of. Tast' areas' oC fBitBUi.'" i .rf_ IMKIGRATION'.- Canada kat little or no feamlcraltoa fa TlM modera tBoreauaat Caa- la M yean StoM iken eatcnd Canada, rtl., British, .or 38 or-27'per fa. 1JIS-17, ____________r of arrtirala la aaj one la UlJ-13. Thli POPULATION Canada's popuUUo'n haf, in 50 ramped to 7.2M.C43 lu mofe'.than doubled; (now esti- mated at in 1901 per cut In ronl uopu Uon.wai aad urbaa 9j of 'rural po'pnlatiaB IB 10 fan waa 17.11 per cejiL; ol-. nrban per tmphaaJiint the ntarked aiodera teBdCBcy from country o city. Three-fourthB crl-Canada'a pop- uUton li'JBrittsn-boni. Of total, >5 are Men f Over enllatedv [See also under Immigration.) .Sr- ywar... inflowJrepresenta 53 dUIe making Canada one OFFICE -.pEVELOPM ENT The armrth of a oxtttry ti evidenc- ed by iu poatal aerrtce. TUe pout atOtm of lacreaaed to 144-la lilt, cweriac'aa a of territory natO tfe little red Banks and avnkfne nave witnessed a remarkable'ieinansibn Emce !lSG7: banks have, throDga absorpUpn aDdyVnialgdniaUoa'. been'.reduced-of late years branches have Increased to 1V bank- capital has Increased to .'an'd'.bank'depOfillB from JSI7, '.white total'over two 'billions. have increased fnitm lamaa melting pots. A re- vtfal of Brrtrmla Is expected after the nr.. Hniaaatead entries in the) 20 years'total half a million. and a tre- mendoiii' Increase In SO years, lire In auTucV'in'-force jumping and fire, from to nearly tat. billions, takan. totether' Today.44 life and M fire lasvance ccnpailiea do in Canada. Life tailJIS aai-flra prfmtans to J Electricity .uadltc'ujered .--IprcVra'lSSTj and electrical .''ment Today the mywtlf pbwerlls the country. '-The' Hydro-Electric ?oirer..Tra.nabilB- IJneiof 'trnlirio Is of- the t.; in .the; 'World, eitendlng Most cities abd towni are eappUed with "electrical aid latest application Is on the (arm.' Gmj has bten electrical development the, last few -years; It is 'predicted V >rg to lie Yukon; from the Inter; aalioBa] bonadarr to the Arctic circle. mnl mall, delivery an4 -the par- ccTpost ieryfce are modern Improre- menti. The elfhtecii mUUoa'y any other eonntfy- In the worH.' RAILWAY! What a wonderful has takea place In construet'on irnce Only allies then sen fA limited parts of tie East, wllli Bol a mite of ateel north of Lalti Superior and over to the Pactflc. The only nietkod of traaspor lallon la the weal pony or Red River cart The Canadian Pa clfic railway mnpUnnM' In de- tail; thert was pniy. tbf pMco ot a cross continent Ittte, Tht Urnil '.'rank system was ODly 15 years 'oM, and therefore In' Iu Now three tranactntlnental link East anr West with In every direction Canada owns and oynatee' mile of railways The bate Increased (6 which mean that Cajiada bu more railway nil eciihiry: !s__ wwld; "iBat.rtVawf (jlfeB ports lo anada; In 1867, did mited and 'a f ew- cpuhtriefl'; 'to iy her; trade routes make. a' worli ap, -reaching 45 countries.' Canada as latterly changed from .an Import I to an eiporlinj country, the differ nee' of exports ofer ImpprU In 191G 7 Canada's' foreign ommcrcti la two 'and a ;h'alf times as .uch as that ot tbe'Unlted, perrcapita luch as that of the United. Slalea WESTERN CANADA1 Canida1 Orea Lone Laud" In ISST; with but a hand of settlers. Winnipeg 'Saskatoon teflna, Cabrary, Vanconrer were an born. Not a single rallwiy lorded trani portallon ticllldcl, anc there no senae of unlo'n or inter eat -with the Canadian EiJl. I'estera Canada holds .lint-thirds', Canada's total are a. Now Is one b is .greatest wheat Ing areaa. hi workl, and with land to -yield' mil is pl-bnshels more. Populatlonxln in ten years, 74 per cent ncukalors, large-scale, ice hi munition pi and X-rayz, niw... taral oyjler culdvatlbn, J and Post and mrsl mal '.TfttpHOfif Tit letopholM wBa'nliBowi; ttt'w dremM et (Mtf CiMi M tW.worU'l uttrt, with i f >p alatta.. or all. bperat eiaploysd; 171 of ro i profits Half of iBi on t ?T.WI WAR. .''S Canada was happnyoat paice at th rrth of Confederation today the I n'the greatest war In the worirj's ifs haTe'ennated; wa' ipendttare up'tft April M.'Doirietllt war'loans, Innrtlon orders total llntt; In 144 enl'plsyover 250 MO, hiclndlng thoacands ot After Home Work A dteb of thfc be, TOASTED CORN FLAKES will help to assimilate a "glass, of milk, orcreamand will insure easy digestion qf both.. Being' light and nourishing, this is trie ideal bed-time lunch for a tired student. Insist on the original by ask- ing for the red, white arid green Others are The Baltic Crcdt Toasted Coin Flake Co., Head Office and Factory: Ont. MAY..BE REpUCTl'pN HERE.i' .say the cutin prices at Uiltcil Slates Iclaim Iransnorlnllon hinders IfcV fill'" Montreal, June .dealers jiulnjs will-have here.but 'reduction, which might PRESBYTERIAN rChtireri j; Corner'4th A've. and 8th Rev. Capt'A.'H. Pattor. iRev.. W.'F- Ueulir'.eervicM and 7.30 .'p.m.-. r. 6a.m.: Boya Deiiarttnent. 2.30 a.m..Dig Sisters' Dlble Class. :.00 p.m.; .'Dig Brothers', Bible' Class. i.OO. p.p.': o[ Sunv ''day School. 4 p.m.: Chinese Class.1 THE UNITED CHURCH OF i'> NORTH LETHDRIDGB Rev. E. j" B.A., 'fiHtr. 1271 Slti Avt. N. Phone J.6M id Meeting. Bearing." Z'p.W: Elemcnliiry Dcnl. ;.of the Sunday School, 3.15: Olifln Session other Dcpts, of the Sunday lines'. T.30 Jub'lleYof Confedera- V The following h [he summer scb dule of arrivals and departures'on tl .P.Ry'at Lethbrldg's: Arrfvils. From-Calgary, illrecl, 3.00 4m Froin Calgary, via Jfacleotl, p.m from cirdttan. 10.4S a.m. j From 'Aldersydft, .2.05 From east, 3.W p.m. .t ;Kroni 4.00 aim. H'rom ji.nl., Wed- nesday and Saturday only1, Fms bepa.flures To flalgary, 2.29 a.m. .To Oilnryii'yUi.Macieod, 4.20 p.m. >To To To To Manfberrfes7 Friday' only. To Cootta, t.av v ANGLICAN 'St.'Cyprian's Church r.tr. 11in: Street arM 8th Hey.' Carton W, McMlllen, I.A, .Rector' a. m. Sunday School tnt '.'Bible'-Clanes, 3 e.m. t EVENSONG 7.30 p.m. Holy and 3rd Sun rlrtys at 8.00; 2nd and -llh Bundays al U Sundays- at 4 p.m. Ins arrvltfaran address on will It, given. "At Ilir- evening scrvlcrt thcro will lie a spe .ntirceasion BerviccrT-rT-'T; -._' V.HET110D1ST Cri'nreh iliv.rC.' will nrcach morn- I .'a.m.. "Thr, Shepherd .30'.'p.m. "Glorying in_the of Christ Scientist Hull: Block, 7th.Street 3. ''.Sunda'y.'Service .at 11 a.m. Subject: '.'Christian Science." SuBdny. Sctibol al the close p[ the Wedn'faday.EyanIng, Testiinony nut. Th'eDreading room'Is open dolly 01- cepl Sunday jind legal hollrlays, [rom 3 tho blulo and author- Science literature may e -reiui, bpfvoweil or public' at- :ehii the church the reading room.. CHarch Cor; 3rd Avel arid'ath St. S, FrahkrA.'Andrews, Minister. rttl.St. 3. Phono 1547. '10.30 jchbbl (ollowcil by and Communion. 6.30 'p.m.; jChrlaUan Endeavor Meet' Mr. Clark, of Clticln- preach morning snd First EapUst'Chnreh Cor. 3rd fixe. S. Rev, C. 11 a.m.: DIoLrJIniliori ot ccrllflralea lo Worshippers' LeagueV3ubJecl of "The Crown.lna of Falrh'e Anticipation; 'or, Where and History Nalkmal Serrice lecture based on Rllpn; Its rolBtion to Jtho'-prcEent'' national crisis and tnb uttiaiatc aim ol a worthy nationhood. A special Invitation U extended to .war relcnnsl The be ro.ceivcirat both'r serrii.ef- Wq hone tor a record Lei us haajproSpereifUud and fio claim His cprresponHAx 7.bless-, ,lng. On account or so .many of bvf faithful. members having iel't raontWy.chlef.ly orlng: fo' 111- ness, we are Ing loyally on Ihb! part, of re- inalnlrg trial.our oi Hio hlehoal poiblhla Lot Dominion Day'bc o-jr fhc llrat io oar dou'ntry' must be and the Mghcst. bur counlry la A Irue.chrlatloti la'lhB irua'palrlel .ARMY Held at the Citadel, 51h St. IlollneH -Msellng; 8 Mcellne ami 7.30 Pentecostal Mission 1 Fifth EldeV Geo. Pastor Services'; Sunday 11 n.m. and 7.30 p.m. Full Ooapel: Tucaday, S p.m.; Week Monday, S p m., i'ub- ;_ Thursday, p.m. SjK'ad'nn Meeting In lri'o..iml ei ,''V C- Everybody Weleomd Dtvlnt Heailn'a Jctuc Is Comin'a' Soon' at WELCOME TO AlJy CMpal P.riathlnj at 7.30 p.ro -t. Morth. Dellevcrs on the lord's ,Daf BreaklnK of Dread at CIIRISTADELJPHIANS tfcel In Iht ff.imt hflli HljIntcOiam Blbch Enlr.-.ii Weilncjrlayj; fiiiiss. Bumlny.i al 10 the llnd'.at.l.SO.'p.mr lo proclaim of ibc Kingdom b( Subject; Ail UTTEHi Church of .t Corner 7th Avis, Sunday sacrament' 1 Primary 3, p.m. ReKef SMtly-'fiKlAw afihop' 2nd Art, South'. Phone" 14M.T ;