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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TPAGIC TJIK- u-Ynmmnu'. n.Mi.v FltlDAV, FKWU'AUY 27. 1920 'Craigor Masterpiece" Secured] For To lie Secured Shortly j Feb. Marshall, provincial minister uf agri- culture, delivered a :li t-'lfdcsdale staliion H iht> housi- cm Thursday afternoun thai diiK'hej j minister's claim as the rir-l aeritul {ural urator of the WCM. Mr. Marshall the j Tlrtous cif "Criigor Masti-rpioce" a1 Clydesdale stalUon KOiitK OQ seven j ;earfi olil. which tho il.'iinrtmeut agriculture bas just purchased in Scot- land with the mouey authorized for 'he purpose at la.-t session Dl the' The prlte'Ot the animal, less was 5 uuii ucoordhig to Mr. Marshall's euloglum. ho a] bargain. Incidentally, Mr. Mar- ihall said that the n-as I preparing to purchase u bluoiled Per-' jheron stallion In same way. He j laid tfce provinces of Manitoba and'. were following Albcr-j lead in brlnglnK in blooded shit-' ,lons lor breeding yuviroses, and thai Uie money expended -xould soon i recovered through the system ol fees, imaged by the Jeiiariment -.vhli-h trill ba paid by breeders. Invite Farmers' Accounts Our service to farm- ers as complete as 87 years of growth and Knowledge of agricultural condition can makeil. We collect or -'l ?.u cji'i1) it Wit Alter iml MotlHThood Policy, a three-iolil and iu of a soiM iir-uiuc. sehemo which ur.ahtes a woman to do tvo to v-ill i-lii throe by menus of yearly tho fact that In alu'Ut two t Jol.rs IriUutious, whlrh may be broken up fron uuw a l.-e ui U'htivti Into detalied jiayments to suit In- There are 29 djy.? iu February, nui iu These three liene- any who Is so dtsvuisei ihitt can rnu a mau down, toruvr bun sum al the ask him to marry her. We i Well. dividual tits are: 1. An annuity or ago of 55. I'aymeiits or at th> K'ach ot live culLlrm. t' had ;i KinM in should wnnv liVH man i that Ibis he done. lilrtb of The ht- ln-i1. anil uc Iliis cu l tiw. :'i 1" VellfiloU, (rCOTlilUflilf'tl Si. Paul and i so, I 100 it death oa-urs vvllhiu i ...jrth Is the month o! the birth ot a child. much of himself, Ihe bjihelor dues -Many fathers and mothers arc ihat ha fears 10 luke the j helping their young ikushuw to take i bility of caring for a woman.. In ac-' thesi- iicllries out." saiu Vcnleii. cordance with nature's laws He -It may bo that, when they get mar-1 imtea to think of a womar rtol, their pay a pro-' his wl jiorllon of Ihe Insurance for them. vvlll clutter up. the'place. "Anyhtnv, whichever way it may be arrange..! 1 glad that we have what fgatiit a mas. h M n- tcrrul woman whowm LMS corrciianulijig month ot last yor. should, I Ihink. boot real use to tho h, fne 3 lhe woman ot to-day Iu hUping her to ft, or ttt ,east; was III.AO provision for her-, v-meaA do B0. We women ,o ot, lhii with jolf. even should she givo up her j Jo aul (ake no for an answer, cither. Insist upou it. Of i course, a woman should pick, out a jl'inkerton 1'rosbyierlans are iiink-1 decent sort of feliow of some ineaus lo erect a new j and cine who can'be rholdcd. -In INLAND REVENUE RECEIPTS; J-Yb "t; iBr intreaB- 'nwrlv' tw-i living In iu the iiilaud rev- says she I c-tme rei-eipis tor Januarv. cum- I pared with of lylv Tor !a-t i ;iml for church next summer. I we loathe Im't will USC'JIHSSO is credited. proilucej the eiclse revenue. and spirits, witji the sei-oml highest sum. Methylated spirits iraiil SfS.Jfi. anil ferry 51.053.7I9. Under thu beading cif liiw stamps the sum ol EDBYPEOBf Was Not Hard, Stem Man Popular Opinion of SPECIAL HONORS FOR CANADIAN OFFICERS Gen. Feb. mail, Can- adian Associated under- O- inentionod have been brought to the! notice of the secretary o! statu for war j for valuable services rendered in con-j nectimi with the war. Lieut. 11. II. Clowes, Alberta Regiment; Major C. It. Ilegan, Alberta Kegirnent; Captain li. B. Law, and Major A. Phillips, Al- Sir II. Kawliuson recently a table; to the 'ate Ijord Kitchener, placed iu the Church of Aspall. Debcnhum. Suf- folk, the home or bis mother's fam- ily, by the members of the Overseas L'lub, Kitchener Uranch. Santa Bar- bara, Cal.. say Ixindon Telegraph, j negiraent. Rawllns-on said that he had. _______________ ihe good fortune to serve, with Lord _.., ,.._ Kitchener on most Inllmate i CANADA HAS LARGEST tor more than twenty years. Tho j public knew him as a hard, stern. iron, man, but lie was nut. Ills acts of sympathy were proverbial. but he Tras always reluctant to allow thpm to lie ktiuvrn. lit: ou- and with some success, to ildo that trail in his nature. Ills ;reat aacceases throughout his career corrcspuJi- ilenl ol the Tugeblali givea .1 raiUtr utiusuat piiriure of the former German KmiH-ror in ;v louy artifle whirli hp contributes regarding the personal up- of ilie former ruler ;uid his future iircsuccts. "The Kaiser the Knisor grawrj iiiai'h 1'eeu stnu-k in his vital suvs the corresiion- deiit. "The in the light arm iinil leg- which earlier was only just noticeable, has -o that it is nppiirtiul at a dyniinales oiitire Tho lias hi'i-nrnf vory corjiiilt'iil. though ho eats Uulu." nari motor ntllliou pounds. were vsry largely due io singje-mtmt-! 2fl unity of purpose and absence of tnousan, my desire for personal self-ageranrt- IzeraeoU AH he dlt! was fnr'thc gooi! Df the. state. His ability as a states- -nnn was shown wherever he went. They were a little too close io the to appreciate what he really AM, it was Kitchener's armies which 'rcaUy won ine final triumph, aim it ?ras doe >o his imagination, initiative ind determination that those armies were originally raised. that, that was INDUCTION MOTOR HONTTiEAL. Feb. a meet- ing last night of the Montreal branch of the Engineering Institute of Canada, C. E. Mills reail a paper on Induction motors and uientSone.l that, the largest motor In the world was now on view tho plaie ini'la In Sydney, X. a sisty-cycle G60-voU, Ho was not npnrecfated br the nation or thf omjilre. Lord Kitchener's name would last so loop is the British Empire endured, and his place among the most famous sien of: the timo'Vas assured. Brown muafcral wld for nl the Now York fur auction. During tho wr-ek emlin? Fell, 21st at Medicine Hat, the Having ta'licd countfcrs per- sons runner Em- peror, the rorresjicimletil preceiles his pkturo v a r-huj-p criticism of some "afcerwatd ttll slorlo.-f aiul storle 3 on misumierstaiuling which fiiTuhitn about tfie world." He Kaiser's attitude, is still soldierly, but ho appears to have grown shorter. H h notiroable how slowly he spenV.E? In f ontra-.Hctton to hia oltl habit, lie liven? up only when re me n't of this oM dayi i-oino to Iiiin. often occurs in ttio middle of a conversation. 5orcd by the Dutch, whu aro declaretl to be not nml not nat- urally severe. liKitcos an niipeal fur the former etu-j peror, saying: "It dopeiKis iipDn Atiuirongcn boltigj loft quiet anil forgotton. The last iif-; fmtiL'thcit thipaleus Us resilient can bo must easily uviMiled." WOMAN MANAGER OK .INSURANCE COMPANY j piwt-war wtntioii with Iht-ir and j RrU-reliani.'c, havt1 alrt'adv inatlu i j their mart; on thw-u-iirld hi many j Insurance inetluids phuis have I t now bfKm adtij.t'-'U lo meet their j i especial needs. A press representative j hud a chat with M. R. Yerrleii, who has recently luien appointeil bl? Insurance U pioneer work, for. up to ilie i insursnce companies liavt> uoi con- corned themselves suiM-iaUy with inoru "As "Only pity can be felt for the Kateor'. aiithurity on I'P. qucs-1 un "insurand? vmn-j i panien have never vjinch's i lives or cotu-eri-iiKj Uion: as boinK ns gcind'an thnso Ports, LOCAL DISTRIBUTORS AND SERVICE STATIONS BAALIM MOTOR COMPANY LTD., LETHBR1DGE GEO. MORTON, WARNED JAMES BEGUIN! FOREMOST C. A. FERGUSON, CARDSTON FRED COTTAM, COALDALE J. J. BILLINGMEIR, TABER MCMILLAN DASE, GRASSY LAKE A. SWENNUMSON, BOW ISLAND LJ. BURR, MANYBERRIES ALEX, MCDONALD, MACLEOD AXEL ANDERSON, GRANUM WM. FOOTE, PiNCHER CREEK BARONS IMPLEMENT ACCOUNT- ING AGENCY, BARONS NOBLE FOUNDATION LIMITED, NOBLEFORD GEO. T. WRIDE, RAYMQND "INASMUCH AS YE HAVE DONE IT UNTO ONE OF THE LEAST OF THEbE YE HAVE DONE IT UNTO ME. Your Opportunity to Help tke K. of P. Children's Shelter -Fund This Week ;