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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILT HERALD WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 191 i THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 Publlihed Ly Lelhbrltfct Henld PrMtlns C'-. LM.. svsry iiv.fii! e.jnlr.j st 1U, 9Wh SI, Ltlhbrlige, Albliti. Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN-M.rnin, Director JOHN Manner PHONE: Advertising, Circulation Jcb Departments 1252 PHONE: Editorial, Rspartorial and N'twi Department 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION HATES 1 veir delivered I year, by mall...................... f, '2-M months, by mil..................... ttonthJ delivered.................. 5 months. 1 month, 1 montb. bv udd-f.vrs clvisei as ss desired, but both ntw svd eld addresses must be Elven. HERALD FOB Red Cross 4t Bool Store; J. 0. Seattle t Mur-phj Co.; Cranbrooi Grassy Laie Hotel. ertson Co.; Jscfcloa Kemp t Cobea Co.; Alexandra Hot el: Provincial Agency. ple's Drug Store: Kecny k Allln: LeUibrWse Pi.-iclur Dr. Leading Hook er.d News Store, 10 9 A tlb. Ale. CUar Drug Co. raber WesMafce World Co. Pincbtr Station Edward Diamond Dr. The Wide Mediclr.e Hat Co.: News Stop, H? GraaTtEll World Co. Carmangay Clarence Kaol- JamieEoa A. D- Hlver Side -Wor'd News Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD ere.-r in elsbt or'acre pages, and coats wees, local aad dtElrict summ-'T o! the pf 1 Tear In advance H..OO 6 months In 50o PUT HIM BEHIND THE BARS. WHOEVER committed the act of vandalism 'down at the city power-plant yesterday should bo behind the bars. And the city should not rest until he is put there. For he is a menace to. public safety just as much as the man who deliberately' throws a switch to wreck a train. Hud he succeeded in his foul purpose Leth- brulge inighl have been a waterless, lighlless city. II is.just possible he might have been a mur- derer loo, as anyone who knows electricity will umlcrsdmd. Kilher the man is a lunatic and should be is a pettj han was required for the carrying on of the busi- icss of the Stale is a postulate which, no matter he political parly io which an individual be- origs, he would be willing to gnrnl Dr. Clark reminded his hearers that Man- chester had been the home of Cobden, and as the driving power'in England came front the pop ulous districts, so in the United States it was the voles of NW England that had carried the larg; measure of free trade in the Slates. The inauguration of the fiscal policy Great Britain had adhered to since the Cobden and Peel started that country on a roac to prosperity which is lengthening and broaden irig every year. Today, as Dr. Clark i Public feeling is strong against the perpetrat- or, and will not untiHhe 'cUy-hj.s.fqumLli and put him in lite place where he belongs. the secoud time we have had such a arc. This time we must not stop will) a warn-. wall so: strong but her ships would break it. With a wisdom not only academic, but prac Wilson has initialed a polic mg. OUR POINT OF MICHAEL CLARK AND FREE-TRADE. WHEN Dr. Michael Clark takes the platform to advocate the principles of Free.Trade he does not display the.enthusiasm of. the vision- ary, nor the fanaticism of-the man who waves Hie red flag for freedom. His utterances carry the weight of argument based on experience, and carried io a logical conclusion. Of this type was his latest speech delivered before the Canadian Club of Ollawa'al a luncheon given at the Cha- teau Luurier. In dealing -with his subject Dr. Clark cpito- inized Ihe abilities of President Wilson in true fashion, when he said that he combinec the reforming zeal of Cohden with the adminis- trative zeal of Sir Robert Peel. Those who have followed the conduct of the President of the United Stales in dealing with, and bringing into effect, (he present fiscal arrangements in hi country will endorse the tribute paid by the mem her for Red Deer. In marking the parallel of Woodrow Wilson Sir Robert Peel, Dr. Clark pointed out lha ft tariff had been made in both counlries Io sui the peoples of those counlries; in both the slates men'had tackled-first' the primary needs of Hi great masses of the people; changes had been made upon food and manufactures at the sam time; that as in 1842 Sir Robert Peel had recog nized (he need of an income lax to take the plac tif jhu revenue raised from a tariff, so in 191 jWoprtrov Wilson had flattered the memory Sir Robert Peel by following his.example. lnsconsidering tariff as a measure of protec- store them to a cond lion there is possibly an aspect of it which some come useful again. view it in that guise have not cslimalct This is thai as a form of taxation it violates even maxim laid down by Adam Smith. This malls was dwelt ori by Dr. Clark. There may cxi; many "superior" persons who are won I Jo re! gate Adam Smith and his doctrines to a bygon sgc. Rut, none the less, his declaration that la aiion should be collected in proportion to 11 Bbility of the taxpayer to pay has justice to r commend it. Viewing a tariff as if affects commodities not tlassed as luxuries every member of the com- munity, .rich snd poor alike, pays, though in- dirccttyi In like measure. This violates the prin- ciple laid down by Adam Smtih, and embodied in the payment of income tax as at present ar- ranged. Speaking of taxation, those of us who arc un- biassed will agree with Dr. Clark that laxalion ijuglil fp be cerUin and not arbilrary, hut nofh- jng is so arbitrary as laxalion under a tariff. That taxation sliould be-so, conlrivcd as to Jake put of the.pockets of Ihe people no more which exajnple has stamped as the best for a na lion at large. Wfien will Canada arouse herse io shake off "the shackles of "Ihe aristocracy and follow the true democratic polic which Great Britain has showed the way and e United'States is now following? HIGH CLASS HORSES Fish for Henderson Lake says the commis- oner of public works. Will they be suckers, or Don't all bite at once. The government at Ottawa has shelved the corgian Bay .Canal project and the ocean freight atcs inquiry. Cheerful reading for the farming opulalion of Western Canadn.' R. B. Bennett of Calgary has come out flat- ooted against another subsidy to the C. N. R Jr. Bennell has sensed western opinion arigh' his time. Villa seems Io have concluded that he has itirred up a hornets' ne-st and is trying to square limself in the eyes of the world by pointing hi crime stained finger at his viclim, and accusing lim of crimes heretofore umneiitioned. Evident- y Villa is having some uneasy sleep. The roar of the lion has startled him at least. SALB We have for sale a number of the best horses ever brought into Alberta. The following pedigrees of imported stallions speak for themselves: Pedigree of the Hackney Stallion, Nanton Astonishment, 9994 Prizes won: 1st anS Special, Ramtbol-. lorn, lEt'Colne, 1st Darwen, 2nd Wonlon, Ind Clltheroe, 1st Whallr, lEt Great Har- wood, !sl Cltviger, 1st Padlbam. It will be seen thsl he i: tred (roin the< Very choicest strains 'ol HacXnsy no less than Uiree crosses of Denmark blood In hli veins. 'Many ol tbo greatest Hackneys-of the present day are descended from Den- mark such as: Danegelt, sold for Courjaught, London Champion; now sorvlng uiarea at a mare; Ganymede, London Champion, also serving resres at J751 a mare; Candidate, London wlniier; General Gordon, London Winner Rosadore, London Chainplon In 1SSS; Royal Danegilt, London Winner Champion Saibn, London Winner; Lord Melton, London Win- ner; and a lio'at of other famous winners. Felice, hla dam, it a great prize winner. She-has Tvoujo'yer 200 first in fact, was seldom beaten. She wai purchased by '.Mr. Norman ReW, ol Lancashire, England, for tS.'OOO. Astonishment, 853I Darr.-Fclics, 8M4 KIPLING'- ASTONISHMENT, SMI, by Dombey 473S, by Danezelt 174, by' Den- marl, 177, by Sir Charles'76S, by Perform- er 530, by Phenomenon, 673, by Wildfire SO! by by 201, by Tlreaway 205. by Driver 187. by Shales the Original 6S9. 3647, by Prlckwlllow, by Denmark 177 by Sir Charles, 7GS. G. by fit. Giles, 6SS, by SI. 667. by Wdflrc SC7. TELICK by Uivlnclble 1506, by IjOid Hardulpa . by conndence 158. SMS. by Pilot 1353. by I.ord 418, by Denmark 177. by Superior, 1401, hy Fire- nway, 24? by Achilles, 2. COPY OF BRITISH CERTIFICATE Patron: Hi. Majesty the King THE HACKNEY HORSE SOCIETY Established to promote the breeding ol Harness and Military Horses, Hack- nsys and Poriles 15 lUXOVER LONDON, F-XG. This l< to Certify that tho Stallion herein- after described hai been duly registered In the books ol the Society. Astonishment, Foaied 1905. white oil fora ind hind tool. Kipljng SS84, Vol. xlll, by Invincible, 1S06. Brlggf, Worsto'n, IJLH- cashlre, England. Connor, Calgary'Sa'.es Repository, Calgary, Alta. OOVEHNMENT OF THE PROVINCE 05 ALBERTA Departmont of Agriculture (Coyy) CERTIFICATE OF PURE-BRED BTALLION The Horse Breeders' Ordinance N.W.T. Chap. 23, 1903 The pedigree ot the Stallion Canton Aston- ishmont 0994, lias been exa'tnlned In the department and I hereby certify that the said stallion is ot pure .breeding and Is registered in a Stud BooV recognized by the department. Baled at Edmonton day of Jan- .uary 1907. Oisned) GEO. HARCOURT JJeputy Minister CLYDESDALE STALLION Kirtle 16667 IMPORTED Brown, white face, four feet and legs. Bred by Andrew Seattle, Klrtla Bank. '.-PEDIGREE' Sire, Royal Fashion, (10848) Vol. K. Dam, Daisy 11. ot KlrUebanli, (29139) Vol. 54. By Lord Brown, Gr. Dam, Daisy of Kirtlebank, (22423) Vol. 32. By Prince ol Hosa (6195) Vol. 10. Q-Gr Dam Jean of KlrUeTjank (22422) Vol. 32. By. Luqty Getter, (1483) Vol. 3. G-G-Gri Daip, Daisy dt Kirtlebank, (697G) VoL 11. ByJVounj Lord'Clyde, (7401) Vol. 11. A blocky, thick old fashioned lype.'so mtch prized in Scotland and being sired by the well-known Breed- ing 'and Show h'ors'e Kashlpn" he cannot fall to prove ar-5ucceasful bieedlDg horse; The sire of ha'd V'very suceessfal show yard career -and was considered by many lead bis judges to be 'one of the. best horses.ever Ebown In Scotland. Kittle has proved himself to a good stock-Getter. STANDARD BRED STALLION Hooligan 45730 Blaok Points Foaled 1303 PEDIGREE Sire, Altamont Junior Dam, Grace Braclcen By Complete (11067) Gr. Dai Daisy By Reporter (11611) A beautiful quality well built, with fine bone and muscle, and very gen-. tie. disposition. He has himself a good Etock geiter, and is bred from some of the fastest- racehorses in America, and he-: bimselt has a mark of CLYDESDALE STALLION Gallant Powell, 15228 IMPORTED Light-Bay, stripe on face, fora pasteroa' nhlte, hind legs while. Foaled 22nd'June Bred by William Brackcnrldee, Glenduffhill, Sijottlc- ton, Lanarkshire PEDIGREE Sire, Baden Powell. Vol. 2J. Dam, Roete McBwen, (22152) Vol. 32. By Prince Gallant. (6176) Vol.' 10. Gr. Dam, Jeun McEwen, (2C762) Vol. 32. liy Vol. 6. Gr. Dam, Polly of Glen (6848) Vol. 10. By 1'rlnce ol Henrrew 1. A beautiful Quality Clydesdale Horse; with-great feet and ankles, a nice straight goer and being got by the well-known ahow horse, "Baden a son of the great "Sir EveVard." He cannot fall to be an impressive sire. These are a representative list. We have otjier horses, both Registered and Grade, from Up Responsible buyers will be given time We have, brought these horses to Lethbridge for and dp not want to take them away THE VIEWPOINT OF OTHERS. The Lclhbridge Herald advocates a provincial "arm for drunkards and drag fiends, ai which the same would he given treatment which would re- store them to a condition in wlu'ch they might be- me useful again. The proposal is by no means new, but it is one which will have to be taken up sooner or later in the interests of ordinary economy, if for no other reason. The confirmed drunkard and the drug fiend is 3 constant cost to Ihe country. The cost of polic- ing him and keeping him in prison.or watching] him while at liberty is cerlainly greater than would he Ihe cost of putting him in an insfiluiion nd treating him until he is Capital. We Will Buy Horses In any quantity. Farmers and horsemen having horses for sale should call on us. We will trade any of our imported stallions or other stock for other horses WELSH CONNOR 3rd Ave. South At the Alberta Feed and Sale Stables ;LethBfi ?ROTECTINO THE HEALTH I OF CANADIAN LIVESTOCK The report of the ot Ant mala branch of the Dominion Depart- ment of Agriculture for llis end- Ing March 31, 1513, la out ll Ihe llret report Issued br Dr. r. Tor-, as veterinary dlrector-gnnel'il. Thlr branch of (he Federal terrlco asiutnod large proportions, covt erlng, as it does, the control of im- port stations, tne contr6i if movements-of within the Dominion with record to contagious and the Inspection of meals and canned foods. The Inspections From the United States and iCew- toundland amounted to horsti, 25U mulM, cattle, iheeb. 102 awlne, goats. 17 99 buffalo, 11 camels, 2 jraV, 1 zebra, 1 and t reindeer. The Imports from Ruiops and elsewhere (or the -were 2245 horces, 106 cattle, 15 ibeep, B mules, 2) swine and 6 The Vrff. refr-v.? In ihe report of the partisan commission which wns appointed to gel evidence of wrong-doing in (he building of Ihe National Transcontinental Railway. The re- port declares thai the shops in Winnipeg are twice as large as lloty should be. The Free Press declares thai this 13 a mailer of opinion arid if the development of the country in the next 10 years is as grcpl as during the last 10 years (he shops by the end of 10 years will he luo Albcrlan. to diseases wltlifn Can ifla, the reports sliow that satisfac- tory-progress was made in reducing outbreaks of such.diseases as gland ers In -horses, mange in calile, sheep seal, anthrax, rabies, etc. Tlit rcitort states that information has been ac- cumulated which -will be of use In forming', plans for the control .of ty'n a task wrildi should soon be undertaken. Thirty-two ealaMlshmenls are iin der federal meat inspection. In these'there were Inspected and pats ed carcjlsefs.' The nura er of as well as .uch additional Interesting informa- on are also glroA.' This report Is published for freo branch of tho Department'of Arrlcnl- ture at OlUwa- Her. C. Johnston ol PlcXerlr.g ex- litrltmtlon by lha Publication! plred suddenly.while. maWm a call. OF CANADA monay In Ihe Union Bunk of Canada, and issuing Account Pay YMirNkiy Cheiw There Is a decided ad- vantage In depositing housekeftplng Cheques your expenditures; You avoid the risk <5f keeping a corislderablri.sumln your home or carrying it when shopping, and each Cheque, cashed, becomes a Receipt, LETHSRIDGI! TINNINO, CRAS8Y LAKE BRANCH T. L. Astlne. Mtnajftc ;