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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUK THE LETH BRIDGE DAILY IIEUX I. U FKIDAV, 1'EBRUARY 6, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1307 Published by thr Herald Prlntlnj Co.. Ud.. every lawful evenly at Its cttcf. Sixth M.. Alberta. Caniifi. W. A. Director T. W. editor JOHN Manajer PHONE: Departments PHONE: Eu.iorui. Dspirtmcnl 1224 3 n-.onlhs. delivered 1 month, delivered 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES S4.00 1, by mail 6 luoilths. by mail jl.OO 3 months, by .35 1 ruoalb, by mail----................. or. as but colh .-.-a- if must be sTver'. S3.CO 51.fD .75 .25 DAILY HERALD Risi Cross CcoX Store; J. O- liesttle Murphy Co.; Cr.inbrooi Grassy liolol crtson Co.: Kerap i Cohen Co Piovir.clal Aseary. tie's Kenny Book Allin; t.eLMjrldze Ur. Store. 109A Sih Are. Llrjj Co. World N'e-.vs 1.0. Station Edward Dlamcnd P'-Uc.1.' Vancouver The Wide Medicine -'N'ews Co.; Ners Siop. 443 Paul News Co. Kncl- Hotel. A. D. Co. 705 Rive.- Duluth News Co. TO GET IN SIR HARTMANN JUST TO VISIT SOUTH PACIFIC COLONIES You Can Tell by the DELICIOUS AROMA THE WEEKLY HERALD 1 every In eisM c.r end contains a summary ot the ceivs of i I year In advance lccr.1 and district 6 monllls In advaace :A F1TTIXG GIFT. iM-ini-ely gift which Lord Slnithcannhe- i Yale Uuivcrsiiy, was n Winy recognition of UK foci made brgc proportion, of his wi-allli frgm American r.veslmcnts. ll was lo UK--credit of" the dis: man that lie should 'so" 'recognize the fuel because the Icndnicy.of is-to make Lord friim I may be wrong and he may only lie aliciid of his time. Time will tell. juun selfisli and unmindful of its (source, ilrallicmia' proha.hly .made iia investments in'L'nilyd tlianj A RED HERRING TRAIL EXPOSED. reduction in Hie Bank of England rale made Ihroe limes within Ihe month of Jan- uary is significant as pointing to the possible per- manence of an easy money market. Canadiai investments have profited by the genera! finan- cial relaxation, as witnessed by the disposal ol the bonds of the cilies of Calgary and Medicine Lcndon. At the request ot the Cotoalsl Secretary. Sir Harlmius Jujt, C.a, Assistant (or iLe Colonies. is -shortly leaving on a viMt to Australia ar.d Zealand. The journey is la accordance with the policy ot the Colonial Olfice Oat ton timo tlrufl of the per.rLL'.netit Maff of. t-bat de-nirliuc-nl shoiili vlelt the Dominions iu order to leooine tet- ter acquainted vltn tbe conditions and yersoaalttos in distant parts of the Emplro. Sir Charles Lucas went to Austra- lia. New Zealand. and alout five years aso on a similar mission, and ailer a tnur Minn hapl; with the dis-, net oi'iiiiou that sued visits can IKIJ- o gccJ, and should bs related. Sir Hartmarin Just will sail next Saturday, and. voyages by way qt ho expects to arrive at Adel- aide on Maroli 27. He will travel tlirough all the states of tfce Comtaod- u-ealtb, acd no doubt liave op- of meeilug moat o' the rainent public uieu. As Lead of the Dominions depart- ment of the Colonial Offoe, ar. tary of the Imperial ConfcrenCi1, he will have many matters of common nteres-t to discuss with the members of the Federal and State governments. s so soon after the visit of the Einpite Parliamentary associalon. OE'y shortly beforo tho or iho h association In Australia, .the rjresencc of a representative of the Colonial office will doubtless stifi fur; ther impress the Australians with the closeness of the tjor.d that unites them to the Motherland. Sir Hartmarm Just will spend about three months in-- Australia, and, aftei visitics Tasmania, will eo to Zea- land. Hu will devote a further three wects to acquainting Rith the conditions of NeV Zealand life, and from any uihe.r source, uud in dying, as-lie mil, posscssc'd n'f great riches; the trihuled'so much was not in a'positiim V'lax his eslatc owing to his V.inil. The lp Vale therefore squares thai' fea- proviW lUe facilities; for uf the 1 uill thru return to ic'n he wbiltl's greatest1 educational niosljof the is coht'c to in ilSsj'wiiy -the: great financier ivptt'ul iu'a nica- sure his debt of jinililuiie io the western heniis- .The favorable, reception given lo Canadian bonds ought lo once and for all dcslroy the force of opinions have seen expressed that the de- feat of the Xaval Bill by Ihe Semite ;has been re- for the failure last vear of the Brilishj :pf ineiils. Cause and clVcct have been wilfully mis-1 .interpreted in order lo rouse indignation against; Ihe action of the Senate in refusing to pass (he j measure before it had been referred lo the peo-j the people are af-! mailer In arouse had; ivhich a light money; market afforded was loo good to he losl in an endeavor fo hoodwink the people. so far as the British investor is concerned, docs not affect his .disposing of his spare cash wherever he. sees a profit for the same. It is an acknowledged principle of the govern-; nicnl of tireat Britain in dealing-with the Ovcr-j seas Dominions not lo show anything of a sem-j "lp that an An- blnnce of forcing ihcir hands as lo any particular j giic'anT has'V-enounced hi's belief in Ihc Public, opinion showed ilself in Ihisj expects to reach about U'.e beginning of August. -easily. Cowan's lias a. fra- grance that can be obtained only- Cowan methods. Selecting the finest cocoa beans; skil- fully blending and roasting them, rcmbv-1 ing every trace of hitler from.start to finish in a spotless factory. operation is a step toward the perfection o( flavor and wliolesomcness to be found only in PERFECTION MRPLE LEAF LABEL ICi ;i t.B.-AND 1 LB. TINS- Sold by nil Grocers THE COWAN COMPANY. LIFTED. TCXONTCV CAM..- liich -l in many': ways those c.hariiclerislics .wlm ed akc h i in ,an 'ou 1st a n diiig .man .wl ion; alive-. He mim.-f-vision -ind of "enerous spirit. CHANGING RELIGIOUS THOUGHT. SOME newspapers are featuring :hc fact that Rev. Charles Akcd, once Baptist pastor lo D. Rockefeller and previous pf.Ciirisl. In the sense thai Mr. Akcd has chang- td his views, hundreds of ollicrs have probably maltcr when Jlr. Winston Churchill.was asked: for the production of his letter by Premier Bor- tlone likewise in recent years but have not pro': den during the naval bill controversy at Ottawa. claimed Ihe fact so publicly. Mr. AUcd.-it ap- This view is shared by the people in general in he British Isles, and no expression of sentiment would be made in the way implied of giving Can- Jiears-acknowledges Christ's divinity in so far as rfection is concerned, but renounces the im- maculate conception and to a large degree .the expiatory characlcr. of Ihe atonement. ..He still follows Chrislias the world's greatest exemplar nnd the one whose teachings will lead tn the Great Falhcr. Mr. Akcd may he seriously mistaken but he has the courage of his convic- Jioiis and apparently possesses aitelleclnal lion- fcsty. It is not surprising lhat with the rapid de- Ivclopment of religious thought an outstanding jnan now anil Ihcii forsakes historic paths and Claris in to beat out a track for himself. It-is tot Hie privilege of a secular paper lo say wlic- jhcr modernists nre right or wrong. That rc- Jnains for the ecclesiastical brethren to scrap iover, but to the ordinary lay mind the feeling is forced home that nol all of Ihe old is righl and Doubtless nol all of the new. Perhaps when the and new thought go into the intellectual inciting pol. there wilt be' evolved a creed to the' majority of, mankind could honestly jdian investments a chilly reception. j The loyally cry is only confined to a cerium i element in the Dominion, it docs nol enter into; the consideration of policies as viewed, by Ihe great Brilish public. Just as to the pure all things arc pure, so with regard (o loyally to the Empire. Every loyal son gives his fellows the credit of possessing this virtue. OUR POINT OF VIEW "Pitfsburg business runs a headline. at Dealer1 ices, DREADFUL HAVOC WROUGHT BY-ERUPTION OF VOLCANO SAK- URASHIMA IN aic beginning lo come in of tlie awful liavcc n-rcug'r.t by the of thla Is situated on a small Islnntl In the Gulf of Southern The city of Kagastiima, on tho rr.ninlaii'J. Is reported wiped out, nnd tic Island of Sakara destroiea. Tlie estimates oh ti.e iiumber kilicd arc placed as high as TO PENSION EMPLOYEES Mobile. Ala., Feb. agents Well, whore (here's smoke there's fire, Calgarj- license inspector refuses to (juil his113 had inaugnrattd a'r-tnsion Ej-stem for to includes 3 bequest of 2SO left for iier.pion Ly tlio late Sir'Alfrc'l Jones, n laruc 6lof-kholder in the company. Tlifi .company Is satd.lo'DC the of .flic-largo Inlertinllonal et nhnosl-rcsily -for opera- OK, Man.. Feb. loition. Orrlcrs for- clo-Je.-upon; one mil- ll-.o value of arc shortly to. ilolhrs this bo placed for additional rolling stock f will include of-lwclvo for the CanadlW Northern jGteil first and patfenger to operate the main lino Uotr.-ccn Que-j bec and 1'ort Arthur. Kvery "effort I leerr bsggngc i J t'...'. LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE AHKIVALS s-o. ''NAME riioM ....UUB.TQ Annivn Crew's M Crow's Nest Exnrcag ............Mc'JIrlne Hat M5 i ..lri.20 fr-j (Aldcrsyde 'NAMB Nott Kxprcsa Croiv'3 Neat Kxiircas Lor-al Local.......... .............T FOR Medicine Hat DUE TO DKPART Hat ..Cranbrook .Caleary (via AWcrsydo) J.30 .17.45 ;