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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta October 21, 1012 MAGIC BAKING THE LKT'nBRIDGE HERALD Pajrc 7 TuuOJ ONI. NO RAILWAY LIKE G.T.P. ENTHUSIASTIC TRIBUTE FROM AN ENGLISH TRAVELLER WHO.INSPECTED ROAD X- The Hired I i covc-r more- ground if -swapiicd iiciscs." Cobalt, Oct. never dii-amed It was possible to. spend such a fas-1 dualing six weeks oi travel as '1 have through Canada since the liist oi Sup-j suid Mr. T. Frame Thom- son, a weuMihy KugHshiuan with ness offices iu London aud New York. I Uave gone through Canada tbij people have been delight- ful the business men and engineers bare gfveu ms just the information 1 wanted, and they seemed to furnish it." For the past six weeks, since he left Chicago in his private oar "Ad-1 Itr Uirul Ukln of vanco" on Scomber 1, Mr. Thomson 11] "ii i fcas toured the Canadian wiLU oi tic nn in n mil reference to the Grand Trunk of ihf Fadfic. Jjn I auiiiiiL, niu i Hu i "Tho Grand he suid, "has, hiiediU i niln x iiious suuiti I Horn Mi i il rw bd" Woman's Section Heard Instructive Talk from Di% Atkinson us tine-lively companion.1; of physical and mental ilesiu? that unlit sliall hi- ytmirulled the stale. i Alice ttavpiiiiill u-avc tin intrr- j Krowl j ami a iii'tclopmcnt in childhood Jin tlu 1 ji if s' I h -i u( ii jjcitdc i j NO SCHOOL TOMORROW. io liiy educative na- ture of the protrramnKj which is being; curried out at Hie Teach- ers' convention, now in ses- sion, (.lip. convention will be '.omorrrjw. Conse- quently the srhcols will he closed. given Caivada spinothing uuiqiic there is no railway like it in the world. 7t l'J or tint U Ha toloi I i r cd (in noin i nt 0 D i a oilitr 1 IK po'-si1) i d! n 'i s m idt (u uipnifi r i ini i i n i! til iKIOl I) s tu rxpMid in c.iuse -of KtiKCtiic 0i UILS oi tht liniil riiige to the lit, hand in ha mi 01 a nation Din in" lh( ion f add greatly to the pleasure travelling on this continent, and m. a hnsines.s point alone I think it excellent. virtue of its tine grades it. is even, now getting a great volume of traffic out west. J think it was good business to build a road of such u standard.'' As to the purpose nf bis trip, Mr. "f Muitoic! 1 imn Thomson said was just looking I making book." Aft over the country. Union i t "Wilh a view" tu .States. "Well, said Thomson with a smile, "but mainly for own pleasure and instruction. Some men spend money one wuy anil unotliL-r; ihu; i.s my way. r "The development of the West, is ilic people arc justi- fied in their optimism. I'ut there has 'on'.v ut iioir.c hi been much Mvindlini; and foolishness vvcrn lnose "nlil I'f in tlic exploitations." I fnt'LI "hen tU u Mr. Thomson rondudi'd this tu-en- 'i1'10" ml Hi tieth trntury equivalctu of the grand m'enor ihus lour taken by all Knropean gcntlr- u ls Jt-complislicd KUI'I men in the c4ghlei'ii1h centurv with a on Pllco nhla'iil I I rip along thi; National Transconti- 'i'lstic s oi tin i nentaf for a him tired miles west of e1'' Cochraiie. vj itions oi mudun that if a nation lit must juts inn l NEW PARKS COMMISSIONER j ,1 j long wars of conquest Edmonton, Oct. newly-ap- I fit nnin nbjici o Ii pointed commissioner of Dominion j ae He i seiiiitu n' n l Parks, P. C. Barnard Hervy, uf Ciil-, persons o! gary, arrived hi Edmonton todny, j Rsaumed :hift new duties. c no i' T i h fliMdi I 01 01 t 01 t i tuii hffl h t; c tmn b i n il 1 nci vo is ir u iu icti i f n nt ijn 1 ic i i I l Cpt hi' !n 11 rfi Iif I il i 1 1 1 en1 e i mt mou lis tu ibis pn od i cl nitres in in dopmen o[ lit1 n 1M i i it i !K t I h I t PC 10 1} 01 r K ti u 1 ocl H p DJIO t OJ tt U I no n 1 u in IP t 1 aid I1 loU in t r lit 1 i o d i n i il t it w d t( i i t ltd r i u (1 rh LI. in niu fl nd b d nine1 foi mi i _, u rci onil nd self control. to be in i o toi C in j, ihi in u 4q f u nion ihr in dun fa c tli pent rl of h o ids i i 1 1 Ii n u L! m 1 1 uc tthui SAVED FHQ! How Mrs. Reed of Peoria, IIL, Escaped The Sur- jjeon's Knife. Peoria, III. "I wish to lot every one knowwhatLydiaE.PinkliHm'sVegetable Comiiouiid lias done forme. For twcy ears 1 sufferud. Tho doc- said I hud a tumor i and Ihe only r.emcily s the surgeon'n j knife. My mothur bought me Lyditi E. Pink ham's Vugera- ble Compound, and