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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta FrWIay, I^ovcihIm'j* 22,1012. TITK LETIIBUTDOE DATI.Y ITERALIl C. p. R. Discriminates Against Lethbridge iLethbrldgc business men are up i been put to heavy expense In the in arms over the action the C, P. R, passenger department tn continuing to run the Aldersyde train out of Lethbridge In the rpornlng, leaving here at 7 o'clock .'and returning, leaving Calgary at 6,30, and arriving at 12 midnight. Thousands of dollars worth of ' business, which rightly belongs to Lekhbrldge, |e being turned to Calgary simply beoouse of this ac-itlon of the company. When the passenger train to Calgary over the Aldersyde branch was Inaugurated In September, the new time table went ; Into , effect. Prior to that time the ;^raln had been a mixed from 'Carmangay. The merchant� of Noble, and Barons and Carmangay had done their business with t, Lethbridge wholesalers. They look d to Lethbridge as their natural 'buying centre. They considered ^themselves In the Lethbridge dis- ' tributing district. Now a new state of affairs has �risen through no fault of this ;city. If these people wish to 'Some to Lethbridge to do bus!- ,, ness, they must leave their homes late in the evening, arriving In Lethbridge at midnight. No busl-;ness can be transacted that n\gyiii5�' Kobes .. Bath Kohes........ Hause Slii)pers . ... $i:i.5� 111) . ... si?(�.(�o . Jiil.25 up Knitted Silk S i Toronto, Nov. 21-At a meeting of the CaiiatUiiii National Young Men's Christian Asao-ciation the t'olloAvIng were ill)-pointed lor Dcmlnlou work: C. JM. Coiithuul, of Toroiu'u, national socrotnvy, Taylor Stat-ten, hoys' work secretary for Ctraada; Uairy !.!i\llantyno, of CnlBMTy, nalion:il aocrotary for WILL BE SMD EARD GOOD PAPERS AI Tlio ba'ntniet In connection with the Sunday Bchool of Wesley church last the eaitlre service will be conducted by the Sunday school, ? ? ? ? > .> .? linslnosa cnousli in plenty to occupy their whole time, hcsidos keeping the pGTmnnent oflUlals nmre actively employed Iti.Tti they wrre over hefore. In fiu'l, it is no \inconimon thing to hold an evenint; nieotinji of tho council, to disouss uomo KiiiHrial matter, or dispose of some husiiiess, for which tUiio coiiUl not he apuvod rtur-ins tho day. -So far there \y,\s been adverse orltielsni. jiarlly duo, no doubt, (o tlie fact that even opponents?, since the new system has been adoj)ted. aro wlllins to kIvo it a fair trial, liul, apart from this, there la a provalont Impression that the city's--busines.s is l)eing attended to as never before; and, wlialover the iilllmatc results may 'he, there Is uudouhtedly .at the present time a Reneral tpeliUK-of satisfaction tlirouKhout the community, witii city govetninont by' elective commission. Kdnionton, Nov. 'il.-.-Vnothcr inlcr-oslin'-i suh.ieel has bcjn added to curriculuiu ui \\w pviblic schools, night was a decided anccess, a large "t'iuuulian Civics," il^c text hook ot. turnout of (he officers, teachers and this suliU'tt havini; been wviltca by ^ members of tho Adult Hiblo classes H. .S. .Icnkiiis, .VI A., head of the dc-i being present. The committee In u,""",'.-,!.', M^'niTln" 'nf .'.ipavtment i,( liistuw in the CoUcsiatc charKC Ifad spared no pains to make Use NstM .uu .1. .Ni. i-""�.'. or  | j^j.^^,, |,.,.,,rer ot the faculty Uie event u succoss. tho floral and ;;;|ot mlucaVion, quicu's vnuvcTsiVy, other decor.: Kiniisioii, Out. TliC text book is divided into two sections. Pan 1 deals with national, been provided. affairs under the he.ids of laws, p.-ir-^ 'pug aupcrinten-dent of the Sunday liamcnt and Inxation. Part 11 deals ^ sehool, Mr. \V. B. Faivhairn, made an with provincial ahairs under the c.;ili-, excellent chairman, and he had seat-lions of the provincial government, j ,,vm, iiin, on either side the spcnk- m THOUSAND SHEEP FOR WINTER FEEDING ^orations glvlns a beautiful s-etriufc to tho tables, which wore well laden with lUo good things which had nmnicipal KovrnmuMit, the courts il law and education. Part II is written separately f^r each iirovince, and the part which is written on Allicrla is very inlerest-inj; even (or the i;iow�->ips. 'I'lie siiliji'ct Ik beiMfr, tauglit ui llttlo or no^ grades .seven and ei,i;h1 and in the advanced classes ijj I'.nnlish for l'orci';n horn citizens at the evening schools. IMPRISONMENT FOR �'i'V MAN DOESN'T ALWAYS IMPROVE WITH AGE WHAT IT COST TO m m POPULARIZED BY QUALITY" DOES-THE OLDER THg QETJER-THAT'S WHAT HAS .POPUUARIZEn IT t'alt;ary, Nov. :il.-Allofrctlier, cordinji; to (he accmmt presenkMl iv t'oniptrollet Woods to the city cun\-missioiiers 'I'hursilay, the Duke ronnrjiijilit'.s visil; cost the city S'-^,' (J?S.;j!l. rnder Ihi.s accotiiit, "Over expenditure on account: of reccptiuu comrr.'itli'e," it is shown that sto.'os issued cost the lui inconsiderahlc '.i'.i\n of $7,;ill7.72 ; light cost $1,400, an,l labor cost'id.Oil. The other ^-inti; when a mine roof begins to move has been invented by an Australian. HOSE WAOON .CRUtHKO HIM Prince Rupert, B.C., Nov. 21.-Alfred Thomai, father ot Seth Thomas, of Brandon, Man., was killed today, while riding on an auto hose wagou, which overturned, crushing him, Mrs. Thomas PhllUps, ot Brandon, la " a daughter. ??:?+/.4.29C ;