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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOCT THS LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 191-1 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SL'.'.h St, ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 Published by the Ulhbrldjt Herald Printing Co., List., every lawful evening ai lu Alberta. Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN-Mjras'r-ij JOHN TORRANCE-Businf 15 Manager PHONE: Editorial, ar.d Department 1221 PHONE: Advertising. Circulation Departments 4cb ir delive-od DAItY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 jcar, by nail 53.00 _ m_._ _1......... S2.CO 6 months, by real I.................... Jl.50 1 '.t! 1 month, V mail cbir.M.1 as odea as desired, but bo'i ten- and old addresses be HERALD FOR Red Cro.'s Drus Book Store; J. G. Bealtie Murphy Co.; Cranbrcok Grassy Lake liotel. ertson Co.; Jscfc'Oii Kemp Cohen Co.; Alexandra Hotel; Provincial Agency. p'e's D.-US Store; Kenny LethVrlisa Dr. Leading Book and News Store, 103A. Sin Are. Clfar Bros World Noivs Co. Westlake Station Edward OUmcnd Ur. The Mtdielr.t Hat Co.; News Shop, 445 Granwell World Co. Clarence Knol- Jamleson News A. Hlver Side World Netva Co. 1 year In advar.ce THE WEEKLY HERALD Weduefday in eisM or more pages, and rpntalts a tamms-r of the news ot tho week, local and district C months ID 6CS: A HOMELY EXAMPLE. M 1XED fanning will make ScmUiern Alberta ricli. BUIer experience has lauglil thnl les- Mixetl fanniiiq nieiiiis Hie development of the "dairy industry. From farmer to butter factory to tin- table of the city the route. Why not our own farmers? Why patronize Nvw Xe'alaml farmers? We fail to see how send- in" our good money over to New Zealand is go- inH to make Southern Alherla rich, and Lelh- liridgc. a grrat cily. How many housewives in Lethbridge tele- phone their grocer and ask for New Zealand bultcr? IT IS UNCLE SAM'S MOVE. THEY'RE lighting'in Mexico for the lust of for any great principle. They arc butchering in cold blood the subjects of world powers with a "what-are-you-going-to-do- The rebellion started months ago, auoul-il" air. There seems to be and lias landed nowhere yet. no end in sight. The powers look to the United Slates to keep a watchful eye over the southern repub- lic. President "Wilson took council with his ad- visers at the first and said, "Let them light it out. They will soon gel tired of it, reach some agree- ment, and Mexico will settle down to peace and prosperity, foreigners will he safe, and foreign Capital in Mexico will no longer he in jeopardy." To hasten the lime, President Wilson raised Ihe embargo on arms entering Mexico. He evi- Vlcnily considered that, if the Mexicans were go- ing to fight at all, he might as well innke it easy 7for lliem; they would'get the fire out of their blood the NVe admire President Wilson as a man and as a president, bnl, in baseball parlance, this Bccins lo be one time when lie was "outguessed." 11 looks as if if were about time for Uncle Snm lo step in and act. Chastisement is often the only remedy for Ihe child that persists in be- ing haughty. The Ben ton incidcnl seems to afford Ihe ex- cuse. And when Uncle Sam is about it, he ought never lo quit unlil he out the whole of Ihe old guard of trouble makers. BOTH SIDES OF THE METER QUESTION. 1 L'DGLN'G by the number of questions heard tin Ihe streets and propounded through Ihe by citizens, Ihe commissioners would do fo educate the people somewhat more freely on Ihe details of Hie waler meter proposal. For, if the bylaw were to be submitted tomorrow, we feel quite ccrlain in our own mind Ihat it would be defeated The public wants to know bolli sides I question. Here nrr: a few questions heard by Ihe i Ilcrald Ihat would bear answering: Will mcfcr rcnlal be charged, and if so, how much per month? How much will meter reading cost annually? How much does a mclcr cost, installed ready jfor service? W'ill the waler supplied be free of sill and >nud? If hoi, will the muddy water, which pre- vails in llic spring clog the meters? What will be the rale per 1000 gallons to the Jkvorkingmim with the ordinary conveniences in ]i four or five roomed collage? How much waler .will he get daily-if.h.e pays (he same water rale at present? What will the interest on (he outlay for mel- fcrs amounl lo annually? These ore questions nslfcd'by Ihose more or Jess opposed (o melers.The Herald frankly slates {that they should be answered (jircci -by llie-com- fciissioncrs. There are many things to be said in favor of he meters, and Hie commissioners therefore should, at the same time, tell the people: How long the present pumping capacity would be sufficient, i.e., up lo what population, f meters were installed? What the estimated total ouilny would be lo jring the outlay up lo requirements, if the flat rate were continued in force. What probable saving-ill the cost of operat- ing the waterworks system could be effected bj metering .all the water, thereby eliminating waste and leakage. The public of course understands that water rates must be high enough lo meet the cost ol operating the system. If meters will reduce op crating and maintenance cost, it naturally fol- lows that the rates could undergo a decrease. confess thai we do not know the answers lo the above questions ourselves, and vve are sure Hie general public does not. Till they are answer- ed we cannot take a stnnd either for or against. The people Want the answers as much as we do, and we feel satisfied that the commissioners will be only too anxious to please in this particular.. We have for sale a number of the best horses ever brought into Alberta. The following pedigrees of imported stallions speak for themselves: Pedigree of the Hackney Stallion, Nanton Astonishment, 9SS4 GROWING APPLES. IT was only last summer thai the Herald was soundly raled by a.local contemporary, 'for giving publicity lo the fact that apples would be successfully grown in commercial quantities in this districl. Anyone who was so unwise as fo even suggest such a thing years ago, counted himself lucky if he was not regarded ns a luna- tic. The same conditions were prevalent in North Dakota very long'ago, yel fodr.y they are growing apples in commercial quanti- ties in this stale, and making money at it. The Calgary Herald, in ils editorial column of Wed- nesday gives Ihe infant industry a worthy and deserved boost as follows: "If there is any serious drawback at all it is the frequency of strong winds, which would have a tendency to injure both blossom anc fruit, to say nothing of damage that might he done to trees. "However, Hie wind question is only an in difficulty lo be overcome. They arc growing apples today on Hie Dominion cxperi menial farm at Lethbridge, while at Magratl there are several young orchards bearing fruit As yet nothing wonderful has been accomplish cd, but the farmers are learning, and with eacl experiment coming nearer flip. goal. So soon a right varieties for the dislrict have been dis covered other difficulties will disappear, Then we will have frnil of our own growing.'1 The difficulties incidenlal fo the establish ment of the industry in Dakota were overcome and there is as good an onllook in Alberla where! Prizes won: is! and Special, Ramsliot- torn. 1st Colue, 1st Daroeu. 2nd Worstou, ir.J 1st whslly. 1st Great Hor- wood, 1st Cltvlgor, 1st Padibam. It will be that he Is from the very choicest strains of Hackney blood, having no less ilia's crosses ot Denmark blood lu his veins. Many of tbe greatest Hackneys of the present day are descended from lien- mark such as: Dauegelt. fold for Conuaught, Loudou Champion, now serving ruares at a mare; Ganymede, London also serrlne mares at a mare; Candidate, London; General Gordon, London Winner twice; Rosadore. London Champion in IMS; Iloyal Danegelt. London Winner 1S9S; Champion. Saxoc, London Winner; Melton, London Win' ner; and a host of other famous winners. Felice, his dam, Is n great prize, winner. She lias won over 200 firel prizes, in fact, was seldcni beaten. She was Furcbased by Mr. .Norman Held, of Lancashire, England, for Utonlshment, 8531 8684 KIPLING ASTONISHMENT, S531, by Domtey 473S, ty Danegelt 17L by Den- mark, 177, by Sir Charles 76S, by Perform- CLYOESDALE STALLION Kirtle Fashion, 16667 IMPORTED Brown, white face, four white feet and less'. Bred by Andrew Beatlie, Kirtle'Bank. PEDIGREE Sire. Royal Fashion, (10S4S) Vol. 32. Dam, Daisy II. ot Klrtlebank, (29139) Vol. 3J. By Lord Brown, Gr. of Klrtlebank, Vol. 32. By Prince of Hosa (6195) Vol. 10. GGr. Dam, Jean of Kirllebank (22453) Vol. By Lucky Getter, (HS3) Vol. 3. G-G-Gr. Dami'Dalsy of Kirtlebant, Vol. 11. By VolinfeLord Clyde, (7W1) Vol. 11. A blotky, old fashioned type, so. much prized in Scotland and being sired hy the well-known Breed- ing and "Royal Fashion" he cannot fail' to prove a successful breeding horse, the sire of UUs Jiprse tad._a tvery successful sbow yard career_ 'and'was considered by many leading judges io.be1' one of the best horses ever shown. In Scotland. Kirtle'Fashloa'has. proved himself to be a good stock-getter. or by rbenomeuon. 673, by 'Wildfire- by Fl'reaway, MS. by Klrcaway 201. by Fireaway by Driver lS7i by Shales iliu Original CSS. 3C47, by Prlcliwlllow, bv Denmark HJ. bv Sir Charles, 7GS. G. by St. Giles, CSS, by St. Giles. i5S7. by "Wildfire SSI. FEUCK SSS1, by Invincible by Lord UarJulph 412, by Confidence 15S. C30S, by Pilot nii, by Lord Derirrut, ilS, by Denmark 177. O. by Superior. HOI, by Kiic- away. 219, by Achilles, J. COPY OF BRITISH CERTIFICATE Patron: His Majesty the King THE HACKNEY HORSE SOCIETY Established to promote tho breeding of Harness and Military Horsee. Hack- neys and Ponies 12 HANOVER SQUAHE, LONDON. EXG. This I: to Certify that the Stallion herein- after described haa been duly registered In tie books of the Society. N Astonishment. Foaled ISK. white off fore on'l hind foot. Astonishment, S531. SSS4, Vol. siii, by Invincible, 1SOB. Joseph Worston, Lan- cashire, England. t Connor, Calgary Sales Repository, Calgary, Alia. STANDARD BRED STALLION Hooligan 45730 Bay Black Points Foaled 1505 PEDIGREE Sire, Aitajnont Dam, Grace Bracken By Complete (11067) Gr. Dam Daisy 3y Reporter (11611) A beautiful quaiity horse, well built, with exceptionally flr-e bone and muscle, and very gen- tle, disposition. lie has hlhiself a good stock getter, and la bred from some of the fastest racehorsfts in America, and .he. bimEelf ha? a mark of GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Department of Agriculture CERTIFICATE OF PURE-BRIO STALLl'ON Ttu Breeders' Ordinance X.W.T.- Chap. 23. 1903 The pedigree of the Stallion Nanlon Aslon- isnincnt lias beeu exanllneO In tKc department and 1 hereby certify that the said stallion is of pure breeding and IF registered in a Stud Book recognized by the department. Dated at Edmonton this 17th day of Jan- uary 1907. (Signed) GtXX HAftCUURT Deputy Minister CLYDESDALE STALLION Gallant Powell, 15228 IMPORTED Ughl-Bay. slripc on face, fore paslerns wliUc, hind legs white. Foaled 22nd June 190S. Urod by Brackenridge. Glenduffblllj Siieltle- ton, Lanarkshire' PEDIGREE Hire, linden Powell, (109G3) Vol. 23.- Daio, Rosie McEwea. (22463) Vol. 32. By Prince Gallant. (C17C) Vol. 10. Gr. Dam, Jean McEwen, (26762) Vol. 33. Dy Jordansliaw, (3343) -Vol. 6. G. Gr. Dam, Tolly of Glen 10, Liy Prince of Renfrew (66J) Vol. I. beautiful quality.. Clydesdale'Horse, feel and autles, a nice straight goer find -being got by the well-known show horse, "Baden a son oC-Uie'great "Sir Everard." He cannot fail to be an ImorcEPlve aJre, These, iare a representative list. We have other horses, both Registered and Grade, from Up Responsible buyers will be given time We have brought these horses to Lethbridge, and do not want to take them away We Will Buy Horses In any quantity. Farmers and horsemen having horses for sale should call on us. We will trade any of our imported stallions or other stock for other horses WELSH CONNOR 3rd Ave. South At the Alberta Feed and Sale Stables jthbridge Ihe climate is a great deal more equable. OUR POINT OF VIEW If it lakes five days for moil lo Iravcl twenty miles over Macleod way, the Parcels Posl will iot do the farmer who wants fo ship eggs much ,ood. They would hatch in that lime. The Moose Jaw Morning News says (lie placing of Hon. Mobl. Rogers on flic redistribu- tion committee assures Ihe Liberals a square deal. They will consider themselves lucky if they get any deal al nil. In Australia flicy have made, a law- lo prohibit bunks from dismissing clerks for marrying un- der a specified minimum salary. The penalty for Ihe offence is a fine of There would have been jus! a few convictions in Canada in Ihc pasl few years had such a been in effecl. jTheNeal Treatment -IK trio one treatment thai can be'Ue- per.der) upon lo banish the appetite for drink. It cures Ihe habitual drinker or the periodical drinker re- gardtess of hold the habit hae gained. Tli 15 Ncal Treatment is a aafc, surr vegetable remedy which removca all craving or desire for drink and dim- Inalcs the poison from th.o Ryalem. II Is arlminlFturcrJ by regular physician's. Palrons arc treated llko guests, cr.- Joying all the comforts of home, cr club and more of the privacy be- ca'jsc meals are served in their own rooms. Call, phone or write for full Infor- mation. NKALTREATMENT 820 13th Ave., W. Calgary Phone W, 4525 Shilohm TORONTO TO PARCELS POST Kiaga jl the parade of 'ToMlos'' on F'ebniary lOlli, whoa ;