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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AMERICAN ALLIES GET TO 0 Amrrinm Official from IV Cmnalttar publfr i Official rom American Official from Tublic Publte Information 1 Mixed clothing newly arrived at American Salvage Chinese laborers constructing drain age for Flyicg 3 King George hands with Chief Boatswains Mate of tho New 4 Five fighting generals directed manoeuvres in recent successful Left to McRae Me and 5 King George Sims about to present tbe ball to the Empire at a cele T don 6 EirdKeyeview of northern half of American With a nOW in Armtican official from Committee on Public iiiiiBiiMMiiiii i rr Awericin Official from Commits on ft OF PURE BRED HOUSES TYPES OF HORSES BRED ON AW ALBERTA GANA1M lias the largest horse biwdlug of any single ureed of horses in the Jt is that 11 George bis ranches ut High Klver and hu5soine fiix hundred thoroughbred horses ot tlirf Percheron to own more pure bnd horses of one breed than any other threts that as it be has built up a mas njtlcent to which seek ers after gooii horses are already being attracted from jiarts of the which reflects great credit to his enterprise and Indus i tm Mr Laue was one of the first to realise the favorable conditions exis in Alberta to I lie production of live and early saw possibilities of the industry A rich in mineral Witters the availability of an abund ance of nourishing feed for the con struction of a endur ing frame a bright bracing and furnishiiift tin oxygen required for iluveloji the benefitting am pknty of pure drinking water i he advantages IJOKV i1 by which contrlbuie to tin growth of u unsurpassed anywhere in Lanes first nee ported was vlti a which he brought over ti Montana In UK early and tVift success he bad with these justified his coniidonv In the coun try and in the breed ho hal the The Iniiid hy soon a field too limited to the needs of Lane and about Uii years ago he to France with the intention of purchas ing about a hundred and fifty lijh in the the href which ha madj Oa arrival therj ho to tiiiit all goo 1 I oris HI lie had in to pay had beta All thut wiie Icrt were iiumbnr of iifrdifcri anlinals ami a IDT of the hlgltiit and price UK at oijre decided that the former wcro of use lo and returned to Alberta with Koventyfive of the which lift had purchased for trm sum he iitnded to invest in iiib tiiut iiuinli now this the best of hi lin Xo transacted ii v Thus rai iho fcundatlnn of his even nllKinrh it In size auy simi lar in the Is iHpyblo of considerable lroin tiVne of Danes first visit tu ranee to th outbreak ot the uar In a regular importer of from that country but are now being and aft r tho war U Is expected that IYarnK will look largely to Alberta a source t hu renewal of her pure bred The work of the uorses from Alberta in the war has made many Iriends lor and Lann and other biteders have orders now for shipment to Europe of thorough horses fast us shipping apace U Tbena are not noon tJM I Is cessation of likely to a still greater demand for Uttrses of tlULhigheit George Lane not tlir only suc cessful breeder of 1trcheron horncs in are many others while their business is not so have been finite as success ful In tholr own way and have built up valuable Nor the JJIT cheron only breed of horsis well as Hackneys and other have their admirers and liucresfiful and tbe country is making big reputations for There is something in the environment which out in the offspring what is best of the breeding in which the foundation has lan Just as high grade sample of wheat planted In llie teriilo of ivitli greater utid better grain than seed sown in hotter more j does din horse develop all its finest 1 oints to pcnccUon in It is 1111 outstanding that tho nearer one lo the eoralor tliu smallor the breeding animals As a very competent authority has pointed it is the high altitudes from Mexi o north niusit bw lo for and in and Ifhe larger ihi of the KrentM vitality wo may That Alberta ia eminently endowed in this rfspeil la by the claws of ani mal that io being and by t IIP fact i hat I lie islnd liRvds of the piuviino tare liiuvily drained npiin bv the by Kuvopp Ori of factors in the inureaao of livestock prodUQtloa in the future must the mcut or the present breeding and the base of supply will rcKioim where animals with vitality and power lo disease The most remarkable act that breed prs who have experience in other countries notice in the exceedinfly low percentage o mortality umonK horses in especially among the yotiQg What this means UUCCPSB and nonsuccena In line of only experi enced breeder can It means EO much that there is scarcely any line of endeavor anywhereyield Ing such good returns as the of purebred horses In is do and it bespeaks tot the a wonderful ;