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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ENGLISH PICTURE NEWS-AIDING CANADIAN AGRICULTURE (1) The ot iui4 the Bnke o( Tort it CcuW Hill Club, where the Prince played a thiee- ball BaUh, nith Sandy Herd the Club professional. (3) Prince ot of the 15-im. zuaa H, M. S. "Renown" at practice it Bermuda. (J) The Wonder time immemorial ttvmt have shown such marvellous intelligence that thej have rfumbfouided hnnus, but a named whiek has discovered oy Cke. A. Allen, an eld-rims circus trailer, Hems to he the lait word in canine wonders. Tarie understandi the Kafliih language so well that he hat attracted the attention or scientists, He does all kinds or tricks, and can learn any trick within fifteen minutes. Twice a week Taxle hag hit nails 'manicured and his head massaged at the Vandsr- Hotel, where his master lives.' he soes out it is a taxicab. Mr. Winston Churchill and Sir Hirniar Greenwood. Chief Secretary fer Ireland, leaving special Cahiiet nuetini at Dewnins Street, London. (5) Prince and Princess Arthur of Connaufht, with Earl of AUedufC, at 'Waterloo Station, London prior to their embarking; for South Africa. TO Tie funeral or the Lord Mayor ot Cork wssisz through the streets of London. Earl of Minto's Champion Oxford Ram, now on the Earl's Eanoh in Western Canada. THE PRINCE AS AN AGRICULTURIST Of the countless spots where beauty surroundints with utility o( situatien which the Prince of Wales must have enceun- tered on his recently concluded tour of the British Donitleiis, one secter Treuli hire especially charmed lilui, mtl the heir the British throne last hit heart not to 3. fair daughter (it the 9amiK- ioiis, nut to a stretch Drown yra- irie in Aliierta's cittte ceuutry, a ranch flaaked creek and coulee, lying -within the foothills, over which in the bleak winter >the, Chinook wind wafts its warm breath. The Prjuce left the Prevince of Alberta the owner the BeiidinstoR RancM, adjofniBg tie fam- ous Fercheron Ranch tf the Bar and committed to enter actively upon the pui'Miit fif Cftnafla's first indus- try. There is 'really nolhins unusual about this, ftr the fact is veil toawn that same of the fcavvleit dan the Prince spent in Canada were on the Alhertti ranches, iiobnabbinf with the cowboys anil riding on a broncho te the round-up. The most character- istic photographs of the Jrlnce during tour these in western saddle astride a cow pony. Having acquired the rinch and added the title fff rsmcker U Bis many distinctions, the Prince entered whole-lleartedly into ike project and befflre he went away from tbs aoutll te continue ou liis through the British Empire raau'e arrans'e- for the shipment of the best stock of EugUml to the rancb. This was'a stpp of ti-emeadous importancH the agricultural industry ot the Province and of the Though some -of.the best animals ttrecuraVle-on the American contin- ent could have been secured locally, the stock raisers of the nronnee were bejiefitted the introduction of yet more regal animals. horaes caoie from the royal stud, Shorthorns from the Kins's farm, Shronahire sfteey from the Duke of Westminster'.'] estate, and nigged, haudy little Ifom the Bevon moors, a (ype of previously unknown in Canada. Throughout tteir travels ail animals had tbe cam and superintendence a most, ex- pert Bteckunan in J. Carljle, SUperlntcndftit of Kzperlmental Parns for the Alberta Government, raanaeer of the U Aanch of world-renowned PnrcTjerrtRs. The Prince, his manage- ment, Itrt no tine in enterlnc prom- inently into the livestock: activities of Alberta, and a herd of sheep arriving from Kagland in thfntrfc of time for the Calgary Fall Show went stvaiubt to an exhibition pen. Despite this handicap, ram, 4 winner at Hoyai shows in England, carried off the all-rrfund championship honors for th.e rim class, and then brought the highest revenue of the show with a, Purchase jrice of J225. Three ani- mals from the Prince's ranch sold for an aggregate of S56D. The interest