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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LETIlBRiDUE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, MARCH 9, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 by Ldhbrldil Herald Priming Co.. Ltd., every evening it otftc, SWh 5t4 Lethbridge. Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN-Manasmj Direelw JOHN TORKANCE-Busineil Manager PHONE: PHONE: Repsrtorial and Nr.ij Deparlmer.t I -2 -2 i Advert'slnj. Circulation and Ocb Departments 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATEC L delivtred 1400. 1 yeir. by -2-00 t raonihj. by nail.................... J moaUia uellvercd.................. I'-W 3 moaths. by I delivered 1 raMKb. by Addresses ctacftil us oiiea as cesirpd. but bo'.u ttiv ir.J cM addr-aises nust .75 .25 HERALD FOR r.ed Cross Dm; 4 Boot' Slo.-e; J. U. Beattio t Mur-pby Co.; Cranbrcok Grusy LaVe Hotel. ertson Co.: Jsckscn Kemp i Cofaea Co.; Alexandra Hotel: Provincial Agency. lung iS'.oie; Kenny Leading Book and Allin: Lrttibrldte Cr. Store. 109A Sth Ate. Cipar DrJj News Co. Westiake Station Kdwurd DiamanJ Dr. The Medicine Hal ASlinltclj Co.; Shor. UT-Gran well World Kens Co. Clareace Kuol- Jam'.esou A. B. River Side World Ntss Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD eiery Wednesday m eif'-it cr more paees, acd ccnulcs.a mmn-.r.y o! the newt ot tio ;.-ear in advance locai H.OO and disllict 6 In SHADOW TOR SUBSTANCE. judging from the efforls of A lion! George K. FoMcr, evidently estimates tin- importance of wider markets for the Domin- ion. -Bnl warped by prejudice it shuts its eyes lo the practicable and seeks' after the .visionary. Disregarding Ihe nearer and more convenient by the United Stales, it is i and chasing after n Ihe House, contented himself in justifying the iclion of the government by producing declara- tions from people residing in the constituencies lo Ihe effect that dismissed olttcials had taken parl in politics. This was practically an admis- sion that in the particular cases the uflicinls had been dismissed simply on the word of their fel- lows who belonged to the opposite political parly of the victims, and were naturally prejudiced. may admire the efforls of Ihe present tradition Minister of Trade and Commerce of any part of Ihe Civil Senicc should keep aloof from active partisanship in politics. But ils action would appear more commendable vere it denoled by righteous rather than vindic- ive mo lives. Tbe fuel that the dismissed were not niixib'us to find a market for Canadian flour and Aviieiil in China mid Japan. He believes that there is a" great future for these products in these coun- This quixotic policy was well chaffed by Kir Wilfrid Laurier in the following words: have it on good authority that the minister hf Inttie and ronlemplaies sending Ijakeis .China'and .Japan lo teacb tbe Chinese and Japanese the superiority of a wheat diet over 'a rici! diet. Let the minister of trade and com- merce, .'se'nd not only bakers, but' confectioners, 'pastry coolvs-and culinary machinery of every description, and let their mission wean Ihe Celestials from their from their hahil of consuming sharks' lins, ham- hoo roofs ancl ducks', eggs two years old. and in- duce II icm lo substitute for these delicacies the anoderh preparations of wheat flour and anything nrid eve'rylhing in the way of cereals, no! forgel- iting porridge, the food of the strong and the. free in this parfof the world. If my honorable friend, She .minister of trade and commerce, succeeds as h result of his.pilgrimages lo China and Japan, in bblaining'for this country the sale of one barrel ;of flptir.iiiore than we have exported lutherlo, Ilieii die' government will have done more, than 11 icy Iinvc so far accomplished during their four of ojTice." allowed Ihe opportunity of vindicating them- selves argues Ihal the government was not al- together inspired by- high-minded desires. It savors of the very political rancour which it would wish to appear as desirous of correcting. In a campaign of Civil Service reform it would have appeared more genuine and satis- factory lo the public .were investigations, thor- oughly made by the government in the case of offending parties, and decision deferred until then. Dealing wilh them simply on declarations made is a method which no fair-minded person can commend, or respect. THE NEW CHURCH. WITH impressive dedicatory services Ihe new Wesley Church was opened for public wor- ship yesterday. The occasion is significant in marking the trend of n community. II speaks well for Ihe efforts of citizens who in contribut- ing to the raising of an imposing edifice have em- jiMib.ui oijitc. jphasized. the fact thai material development is .By all means let the government endeavor lo! cnd-all of human desires and aspira- markel possible'for Canadian wheat not lirst under ils nose for 'procuring llicm before casting eyes on dis- tant fields-like China and Japan wilh all the prc- limitfary-'inissionai-y work it entails in cnnvcrl- ihfi.lheir natives to a change of diet? SIR GEO. W. ROSS. MEN" in all walks of life. Conservative as well .as .Liberal.'pay tribulc lo the memory of Kir. Cicorge William whose dealh on Sal- Imlay, 'though nol unexpected, was ;i shock lo the country. Sir George Hoss was a typical Canadian slalcs- Inan. While not brillianl in the way of t Men do you want to bufc sell A GOOD We will buy horses in any quantity, the best Imported Clydesdale, Hackney brought into Lethbridge. We will trade sale other Horses both registered and of our bunch of Stallions ever We have for jTV v ti Below Are The Pedigrees Of Some Our Stallions ii Pedigree of the Hackney Stallion, 9994 550. by Phenomenon. 113. Oiles. CSi, by Wildfire S67. Prizes won: !sl atil Runisbot- loin. 1st Colne, Jst lUrwen. 2nd TYorstou. 2nd Clltheroe, 1st YVhally. 1st Har- wood, Ibt Cllvlger, Ht Padlbam. will be seen tbat he IB bred from the very choicest stratus ot Hackney blooOi liiviisg no less than three, crosses ol rjcr.rairJe" blood in his veins. Many of tte stalest.Hicine.ys of tSe present are descended frcm Den- inark S'Jch as: Daneeelt, told for Conn a tight, Ixmdon Champion, nor serving marcs at 475 a mare: Ginymede.- London Champion, also serving marcs at (75..a inare; Candidate, Loidcn irtaner; General London Winter twice; HosaiSore. London Champion in Hoyal Danegelt. AVinner Champion Saxon, London Winner; Lord Melton, Londcn Win- ner; and a host of ether famous winners. Felice. Ilia' dam, Is a great Prlre winner. She has won over first prizes, In fact, was seldom bealen. She nag purchased by Mr. Norman Held, of Lancashire, England, for 55.0-M.. Astoniihmtnt, 8531 SS84 KIPLING ASTONISHMENT, S53I, by Dombey 473S, by Dauegelt lit, by Den- rr.ark, 177, by Sir Charles 70S, by Perform- COPY OF BRITISH CERTIRPATE Patron: Hit the King THE HACKNEY HORSE SOCIETY EsLablishcd to pronjple.tlio breeillng of. Harness and Military Horses. Hack- neys and Ponies 12 HANOVER SQUARE, LONDON, KNG. Thli it to Certify that the Stallion herein- after described has been duly registered' in the looSs of the Eoclely. Astonishment. S9SI. Foaled 1903. off fore and hind fooL- Astoulahmenl.' S5S1. S8S4, Vol. xlfl, by Invincible. 1SOE. Lan- cashire. England. Connor. Calgary Sales Repository, Calgary, AUa. 'GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE ALBERTA OF Department of Agnculttjre (Copy) CERTIFICATE OF PURE-BRED STALLION The Horse Breeders' Ordinar.ce, N'.W.T. Chap. 23, 1303 The pGcIisros s! the Slallion Nanton Aston- ishment 9994, lias been examined In 'the department and I hereby certify that Hie raid stallion is of pure breeding "anil Is registered in a Scuj nook iccognized by the department. Dated at Edmonton iliEs 17th flay- of Jan- uary 1307. (Signed! IlARCOURT Uen'jly MInlsltr s A- CLYDESDALE STAt-LlOW Kirtle Fashion, 16667 IMPORTED Brown, white face, fournvhite feet and legs. Bred by Aniirsn- Beattie, Kirtle Bank. PEDIGREE. Siie. Royal Fashio'J. (10S4S) Vol. 22. Dam. Daisy II. of Kirllebank, (39135) Vol. 34. liy Lord Brown, Cr. Dam. Dity of Kirtlebank, (22423) Vol. 32. Dy'PrJnr.e of. Vol. 10. G-Gr, Dam. Jein-.of.Klrttetank (22122) Vol. 32. By Lucty' Getter, Vol, 3 G-G-Gf. Dani) Daisy of Kirtleuaok, (6976) Vol. 11. By Ypun'g .Lord Clyde. (74P1) Vol. 11. A old fashioned type, so luuch prized in Scotland and being sired by the v.-elhlci-.bwn Breed- ing and Show iiorse "Royal Fashion1' he cannot fail to prove, a breeding horse. The sire of this horse had-a very successful show yard'career and was considered by fnany leading judges to be one of the best horses ever shown in'- Scotland. Kirtle Fashion has proved himself lo he a good stock-seller. STANDARD BRED _STALLION Hooligan 45730 Hay lllack Points Foaled 1905 PEDIGREE Sire, Altamnnt Junior (57S5) Dam, Grace Bracken By Complete (11067) Cr. Dam Dalsj- By Hepoiler (116J1) A beautiful Quality horse, well h liU, with" eiccjilloaaUy fine lone and muscle, and very gen- tle disposition. He has proved a good itock getlcr, and is bred from some or tbo fastest racehorses in be hiiBsoK has a mark ol CLYDESDALE STALLION Gallant Powell, 15223 IMPORTED Light-Bay, stripe on face, fore pasterns white, liind legs while. Foaled 22nJ June 150S. Drert by William Tlrackenrldge, ton, Lanarkghiro f PEDIGREE _ Powell, Vol.' ai....... ...ii; Rosle MeEwen. Vol. 32...'..' Di- Prlnco Gallant (B170) Vol. 10. Dam, Jean .McKncri; (20762) By .lordanshaw, Vol. e G. Cr. Dam, Polly of Olen (6SiS) Vol. 10. liy 1'rince ot Kenfrew (6C1) Vol.1. 'A beautiful quality Clydesdale Horse, with feet and ankles, a nice straight Roer and.being got liy the well-known BOOT: horse. "Uflden n son of the great "Sir Evenml." Me cumiot bo an impressive strp. We caine to Lethbridge to do business. Responsible people given time lions. The new building stands as a concrete lesti mony that the statement that we are living in materialistic age is not altogether true. It may be that the development of modern research and WELSH CONNOR 3rd St. South At the Alberta Feed and Sale Stables Lethbridge. [he progress of education have framed in taki hammer to Ihe estimates, cases a new line of thought. In some it lias had the. effect of disturbing old-fashioned views and i ideas. Bill Ihe basic principles of the faith, as; held by all denominations of Christianity, havcj in nn wise suffered or been abandoned1. i Tbe rearing of .structures like Ilic new employ a pile driver. 19M operations this week. AI which thought all of us menially register a vyish. May it conic Iruc. is proof that the Iraihliom of our falhers m ing religion a prominent place in Ihe nation andj is Mayor Ilardic Irving lo work the ;amc on us in this library silc nnd now you don't? Probably he himself. younger, present-day politicians, he more than Inadc up for-whatever he may have lacked in Show" by liis singleness of purpose and his un- flagging-zeal in thai purpose. His sole aim was the beltennent of Canadian conditions. Personal desires gave, way when Ihe .statesman in him dirccled Ihe way. Perhaps he will best he remembered on Re- count of :ihe school system he. has given Ontario, Which is now taken as the model for the whole pf Canada, and recognized over the whole world. Canada hns lost a true statesman, Liberalism fe leader lo to. and Ihe Conservative party X foeman, honest and upright, worliiy of Ihcir generation. alive ta Ite The new church marks nol only The C. P. R. is said to look..yci'j- favorably up- shell on Ihe Tabcr farmers''foi' w'.-itcr, ;md the Picture liullc agriculturists stand a good chance of getting a ditch to supply Ihcir heeds. We will water, everywhere, and the .sooner il'comcs Ihe belter. the development of religious endeavor. The concen- tration of efforl realized in a building of iis pro- Is Ihere a Cniuidinn-Anicricun club in Leth- bridge? Was Lelhbridge chosen as one of the places lo commemorate the Centennial Peace porlions is nn encouraging example of Ihe fM (o velopmcnl of the city. It may aptly be said _______ lie an illustration of cause and clfecl. Paslor and congregation of the new church i If weatherman continues in his joyful are lo be congratulated on the success which [mood, Southern Albcrla farmers will inaugurate have waited on their efforls. The building in its scope and arrangement will be a centre not only for religious but for social good. As an Juillco reserved judgment on the application nf Jonathan Hall' man of Herlin for- annulme-nt of till marriage, because.lie liad -not. I informed ot his wife's feebleminded- ness. The judge Is uncertain as !a Ms 'jurisdiction, lint- expressed sym- pathy, tlie application..... Messrs. Giitclitis and Lynch-Slaunlon were paid for gelling out the cclehralcd report on (he extravagance'of'the lale goyenimcnl on tlic. National Transconlinciilal Rttlhyay. Tor .thai amount they should have found at 000 cxlravagnncc. That hjive-bccn a pretty fiiir proportion. 'eipecially good children thej pleuint to gtnlle in action, do not IrriUte bowels nor develop a netd for conlimlll or .ic Aaus. 250. t'rovc dcsirctl ossel in a QUESTIONABLE COURSE OF ACTION. j GOVERNMENT, officials who take an active! part in politics arc not only de-serving of Censure but of dismissal. But in dealing wilh Iheni it is only fair that they should he allowed ihe prerogative of defending themselves againsl Charges made. This elementary principle of hritish justice .has in.many cases been outraged jiy the present government. Mr. Nanlel in reply- OIJH POINT OF VIEW Tf there is anything anybody at all, anywhere, at any lime, know about Wiitcr inelers, lei him rise up and ask. This is question lime. 1'ricle Sam nnd John Bull are passing mil a bushel of compliments these days, -fust ;i hun- dred years ;igo they were more infeiil in ex- changing caimrm halls. Thougli didn't live il thai exciting period we confess lo a lo ijueslions raised'by opposition members for their more modern form of ciilcilaiiinicnt. THE SUN LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF CANADA'S REPORT SHOWS PROGRESS the Sun Life Aisurance j Company of Canada has justified Its [motto of "Prosperous and Progress- ive." and shows for 1913 a distinct gain over the splendid In gain Is specially noticeable In Business In Force and Ken- Bustneea, snowing that If there has been any shake up In business, It has not at- lected the Income of this Institution. Assurances In force now stand at over hundred millions of dollars he exact, In. crease over 1312 of almost twenty mil- lion ilolarz, while nca- liuelnesa paid for has jumped to over thirty-four million of dollars, being an Increase of three and a half over tbe preceding year The company's surplus over all lia- bilttiea and capital r.ow stands at five- and three-quarter millions, Ils assets.being almost fifty-six million dollars, and showing an Increase of over six millions for the year. Or.cft again the Sun Llfo assorts Us position as the Premier Canadian Life Co., and Canada may well lie proud of the success of this Inntltullon Company, lllustrnling as It docs the retult of tho of many thousands of mer, >ho rely on U for (he traditional rainy day. Tho report In another bright on the financial horUou, Wm.. Uibcock, farmer, of lifdxc- town, charged with causing the death o! a neighbor, Henry Albright, In on altorcailort, was rr-lfasH, the Grand Jury returning no-bill. LOCAL TRAIN EFFECTIVE FEB. 8, TRAIN, 511 (Kr.cept 513 Dally Cranbrook Cranbrook 15.5! R12 rjajly (Except .Ffunday) Medlcino Hat 13. 3( 5U mily Billy- (Swept flnr.dayi Mctllcliie ..X'olgary Ifi.l. S67 Bal'y (Eicepl Sunday! Dally (Kjcejil Sknday) (I rent Falls TRAIN 612 Ilally (Ksccpl Sunday) 514 .'Daily Cranbrook Cranbrook oil '.'Dally (Kxccjit'Silnday) Mcdlr.lnc Hat 15.4 513 'Dally Medicine Ilil 547 (Kxccpt Sunday) L'anlston 10.2 SC( Daily (Bicei'l'S'iiMay) r.rt-al 19.1 ;