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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIPOE DAILY HERAtiP Wednesday; Mai'ch 19,1913 r: LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SSTABt-ISHeo DECSMBKR 1M7 Published by tdfr'Lethbrldga Herald Publishing Co.. Ltd., every la�rful evening at Its office, Sixth Street, Lethbriage, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director ;T. W. QUAYLE;^ , Maniginiji Editor. JOHN tORRAHCB Business Manager , FHONEj Editorial, Reportorlat � >. And ' New* Department ,1224 PHONEl � Advertising T MiiftmQry.y. And, perhaps, tjiis Is counted wore to him than the many dis-((qyarlerf he gaye,. to. 'gogTaphical science. He carried the light of the" LGapa.el;ifl'lo a benighted land, but it FORTY-TWO-yEABS AGO there happened 'oa the- shores of an-inland lake in Eastern Africa bne of the most unique meetings which falls to the lot of civilized man. jit was that of David Livingstone and iHenrr.Mbrton. Stanley. Lost in the swilds of.-Afrlca, unheard of for years, :the-fate,of tile former had become a "matter of concern to hi� friends, and �:v�as sturdy . piety and character that ithe tas^ of finding him was allotted: 'to tiie latter. i In -the trackless forest" far" femovea > aden: whose namesr'jhaVe become so 'V|nowned, claspedV'lHraas. ,il wis a." JDieetiag decidedly 6ritlsh^'yit|"-aJl ik^e 'mahaer of pplitenesa rfgi'diy oH iK?^ved^ "Dr. Livingstone,. I presume,'- piidStanley, taking off his hatf "Yes,"' T: 8ttWi'Livingstonfe/;v..Thea . came the fhanashftke with'^aniey'a-..\rords: "I ;y permitted,.tiseevyou." And" siySafter. some days the two~* -meinj, jjarted. Stanley'|i^^^ la.* ^esfmlnster. thanJ['Gj?ii,T3octor,'^hatJii.iiaT^jb6eki_e,a!fie-.y)lrit of' the-man wSilch" went' ;QUt--lft';thewlUHe. native reed-coVft-ed' .payjWbule 'ytb- tli&,^^^ick' never' dle^;j;3fc:l�-th8 lofty exatfiIe-:W^aV ujan^ftllgd with the inspiration of his Maatejf*. and laying down his life in Wile^4'i^Wi�i9- '�'^S^nerate men by bi&gihg Into their lives the message of jliope jwWoh Christianity ever Rr�aches;'";'ln the subsequent opening up Of Inland Africa, which his pioneer eWgrtsilinaa^^^ in the delivery Wom'tfifalidbm of the dusky trihes, It idfiy ir^y be said of Livingstone: 4 '. - "Tr"? Give Them a Chance t.HE COUNCIL Would do well to j suggests that the act,, upon ' the recommendation >} of Chief of Police Davis, that ;,cbn"sfaittenoy are quite son does not-appear In the list. Tl^e-.Lethljtiagef- Board 6f'..Tra(ie-brggi jn. 'itsJilJoraturc jibout^, "l^ethT ''?j.98i? rl^^,i^v''^xa^ declared, "Uhe.-i^qPjaiJigpf^e^thbri'dge industrial' Lptliibtidlge'wthB � g9Vfi!;g'?j 5-^31^636 mine* mto ^'t)io p.o^fr,&fi5i, tfc ^iory organs The Livingstone Centenary  Born Marcb'19, 1813 A Biography in Dates 1813-David Livingstone, born "Blan- tyre. March 19.-1823-Began wiJrk in cotton-miil, age ten. 1S32-Read Gutilaft's appeal .for. China, and determined to be a missionary. 1836-Entered Glasgow University as medical missionary student. 18.37--Studied theology under. Dr. R. Wardlaw.' - ! 1S38-OfEerearhis sevvlpes to ,the London ^Missionary Society for work in China. 1838-^Met directors of' L. M. S. and accepted'-for service.-1SS9-Studied unBer Dr. Richard Cecil at Chipping Ongar, Essex. 1840-Studied medicine at Charing Cross hospital, and topb medical degree at'Glasgow (Nov.) 1840-Met Robert-Moffat, and heard ot "the araoke of a__ thousand villages'where no missionary has ever been." 1840-Ordained, Nov.,. 20, at. Albian . Chapel; Iiondon. , 1S40-Sailed fOr Africa, Dec. 8, via . Brazll.% . - 1841-Arrived at Kuruman, July 31. iS43-Settled'at' Mafotsa, "wKere ruins of his-^,first -home >haye re; cently been dfscovered. 1844-Marriage-" lo Mary Moffat. 1844-Encounter with the lion (April) 1846-^Removei" ijj Chonuane"to work among the Bakwains^. 1848-Attacked by rhiptteeros (Dec. 17.) ' * 1849-Crossea,.ihe Kalahari Desert. 1849-"Hatched" a grammar' of the Sichuana language. 1849-Discovered Lake Ngami, Aug. 1. 1850-Awarded -35- guipeas by Royal Geographical 'Society, 1851-^Discovered the Zambesi, August 3rd. 1852-Sent Mrs. Livingstone and chil- ..tdren home,- April 23. 18^2-pome at: Kolobeng gutted by Boers,'(August)., : 1853-Started rtrpm: LInyante' for the , West C'ogst, Nov. Jl.^ 1854-Reached St. Pa^: de. "Loanda, May ' ;'  1854-Lett Lo'aoda, i^apt, tlO. .. ' lS%3-^l)iscovjBreif>h^.3''}ctoiriS .Falls. "1856-^Reorossed^ Africa -from'west to -feast.; : - - r,^. 1856-RcaoliedQi}Uinifene/-|raji 20. ^ 1856--First returji-tofBiiglatifeDec. 9. 'iWe-^Royal ^Geographioakc.^oclety's S-,' . 1867-Resigned-his offioJ^U connection with K-^H.'-S,"' � 1857-Addre^sadjBritifl&.' Association in Dublin: (August)/, 1858-Audience with Queen Victoria, Feb. is. 1S5S-Made i Fellow of the RoyaJ Society, 1S5S-Appointed H.M. Consul atCJuili-mane and commander of an e.xpeditioti fo^r e.\-pIorlng Bast and Central Atricn, and ex- " ' ' aminlng the watershed of South; Central Afrio^i (Feb.)- 1858^ailed'for South Atrica, March ' � lofh.; 1869-DlScovieired Lake Nyassu",' Sept, - 16, and ?.^plored the Shire Valley. 1860-Explored the Zambesi. 1860-"Ma-R^bert" foundered on- a saftdbank, Nov. 21. iSGl-Explot;ed,Lake Nyassa. 1862-Mrs.,Livingstone died' at Shup-.ang^,': April 27. "A right straightforward woman was she."  - 1863-"Recailed. to England, Jiily 2. 1864-Crossed Indian Ocean in "Lady Nyassa" to Bombay, April SO^June 13. 1864-^Reach^d England, July 23. 1864-6alleai'"on Mr. Gladstone-"he was -very affable"-July 29. 1864-65-Wrote! "The Zambesi, and.its Tributaries." 1865-Death of Kis mother, "aged,; 82, "June 18." 1865-L6st'te. son Robert, aged 19, in ^'iiierlban war. 1865-Accepted'" appointment under Britisii gOTjernmeut and Royal'Geo^aphlcal Society to open AfMca to civilizing in-fluen"ce,|, 1865-Sailed ''fbr third and last time. � ' vtb kfrica, via Bombay j. Aug. . 13th. " " 1866-Arrivea Zanzibar, Jan:-28'. 1867-^Reach^d Lake. Tanganyika on April ist 1867-^Discovered .Lake Moero, .Nov; Sth. 1868-Dlsqovered Lake Ban^eo-lo on July 18. 1869-Arrived' at XJjiji, Tanganyika; March^ X4. 1869-^E-Tplores the Manyuema country. � 1871-Reached" Lualaba River,-March 29. � "� ^ ' � .. 1871-Witnessed^ 'a "slave-raiding massacre' Of "measureless atrocity," giving him tiie impres-'slon of "being in ^leir," July ' isth. ��  1871-Return to'XTJiji, "a' living skele-! ton." Octobfer 23. " -1871-Found by Stanley at Ujijf, Oct. �� 'asth. �  � 1872^Said fareWCU'-tb S.tanley 'at Un- janyenifte. Ma'rch 14.-' 1873-^The last day of his, travels, ' April 29.' '�� 1873-^Dled in the act of prayer at i- Uala, Chitairibo's village, on May 1.'' ' ,:,,-''49i^tainable at all- ^-l' .''V. ^Jlm.Q-ve.LS and retail stores. '4|ii|*'";f.'' Mm The Standard Securities Co. Real Estate and Investments "- . �! I II ' 1 i ll'  I' 1 , II...........i ^1 .. I....... I. Owners of Mornin Suite 111-115 Sherlock BUg. P.O.Box 1979 Pliotte 1291 British Columbia The closest point to tlie^ Prairie Provinces where frnits^can'ib? 3uc4 cessfiilly grown.Every vapple-.grown in 1912 was sold-bofo^re Olms.t-mas.- Man}'- berry growers have sold their 1913 crop no^y..! 'Write for free booklet on Creston', , ' . " ' ' ' ' North Lethferidge Realty 414 13th Street North. i.eth8bidqe,'alta; SOLE AGENTS FOR SOU.THERN ALBERTA. In Ireland when Special is called for JOHN JAMESON Three Star Whiskey,is served : John Jameson Whiskey HAVE YOU TRIED IT? respect of the. people generally,. no mi^ttpr wiiat their political,.complexion-may ,^e, and that he wlll-.,he Plnch-ei-^Creek's ne.xt representative at the prp.vincial capital Is conceded hy all the_ Liberals,And a great many of the ConKervati,V?S of the district. That he'will amply and fully justify the trust,' imposed in him by his fellow citizens the Echo has no doubt, and since he has made some considerable sacrlflce in order to bow to the wishes of-his friends, in this respect, it would seem that his supporters and friends are in duty .ijound to "get into the game" vigorously and thus make his eUction doubly sure. ; Wise Seed Selection. f- (Cardston Globe) Iftirmers, arCv busy preparing seed*: foiv- Dhe spring seeding. There appears to be more Interest taken by our' farmers along the line of obtaining fpure seed than, heretofore which is commendable on their part. ''Just por. a Joke "; A IVlodest Politician ; ' (Toroioto Saturday -Night)' i-.. �Robert John McCormick, MrvP.-.B.; for.;'West Lambton, is all Irlsh^.'aid; coasequently tells a good-^st^ry.. abd, likes �� to hear/ one, although '..he.-... Is^; slightly handicapped by deaJnegs.^ But'.'this is one on'himself -which has be^p"floating 'about the corridors of th4' parliament buildings. t^he'a Robert John was first elected a �eW years ago and came to Toi'onto' tovattend the,,Bession of.the legislature, it is said that It''Was'his first appearaacein this city. After alighting: from the train at Union Station he.flecessarllyv'passed by sv squad of porters who were shQuting the names of the hotels for which they Worked. '^King Edward," croaked the porter repreisonting thatJiotel.  ,i � � VNo, 'Robert John McCormlck, Liberal member for West Lambton," "rfe-pUed the politician. , ,w' He Thought It Was Aliv�. r s Gilbert Parker, the English autho'J'j �teiis ot an ElngUsh gentleman who; recently came to this, country, to" -rtsit. some fVlends In California. "In cop-njon.iWith most travelei's he supposed.. game was plentiful everywhere. In. that'state, so he carried.with hlnithei-neojassary -guns and ammunition. - �. � : ^'''A.s his train neared Sari Bernard--ino|-just before making the mountain climb-there was,a delay. Se\-r era(f' hours passed and' still the train remained stationary; our 'traveler Irl'^d grew restive and sought the ]lior.{er ot thg Pullman c.^r to ascer-. ttilBi" the cause ot the delay. � "ft seems th-at In moyntlng the gra'de S/'-freight train 'hSd brokeii For N..E.% 15-9-21,-five miles 'N: Leth-l5ridge Depot; two and one-lial;f.miles:north Provincial-jail about 100 acres in tame grass and pasture. Pasture fenced Hog Tiglit. .. ,^^/' > Exceptionally easy to Irrigate. It takes water from the-north, Bouth and west.  �. � ; , V- � Three dry farms to rent.   , O. T. Lathrop ! FARM LANDS FARMLOANS' . 'LEYHBRIDQE; - SfAt^FORD BLOCK "\ ' ,,''AUBERTA"'" -FOB ALL KINDS OF HELP -SEE-^ Farm- Hahdi ' Hotel Porters Lijriilifrmon' Gasoline Engineers Waitresses ' ' Blacksmiths Steam Engineers Chambermaids ^ MachinUts Harx/eat hands Teamsters ivilpers * Coai R. AND GENERAL EMPLOYMENT "AGENCY ' U,.PHONE 1,412 ; . BEGIN"BLOCK, LEXHBRIDGE. . . .P..0,.BOX 881 : {Phone, Write, Wire or Cal^-We wilyl give eqch^prdeirourpq^sonal .,-Kar8ftP* portion having des-cen-do^'-'the  ;^ade and blocked the traol5iJ;ia, , - ' . Groff's HybridScedHfrar,Mlxcid-10for ^4Qc.i 25 for75 $5.00 pw lOO^pPftpud. Named Varieties, �i}y^:'colot (lee catalogue) lOc, to 50c. eBch--p , j ;