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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY UKlt.M.U FHIOAY, JANl'AKY 1C, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1S07 Publish by the Lcthbrlaje HerVd Printing Co.. Ltd.. every lawful cvtntng at Its office. Sixth St., Lel'ibrldo.e, Alberta. Canada. W A. BUCHANAN-Manaainsi T. W. QUAYLE-Mar.sgliVj Editor JOHN Manager PHONE: Advertising. Circulation and Job Departments 1-252 PHOXE: Editorial, Reporters! ir.ti Department 12 2 1 I rear. delivered f hs' -1 1 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES CO 1 year, bv mall 52.00 6 by mill.................... 51.53 St.CO S by mil.....................'J .53 1 mputb, bv i'aj'cflVa desired, but cU r.uis. HERALD FOR Kv'l Cro" Hook Store; .1. O. Bcattle S Murphy Co.: Cracureoi Grassy ertsoa IV: Jcckicn Kemp Cohen Ce.; Alev.wiira Hotel; Pio-tjli-'s Kenny Provincial Calvary l.eadltis Book atiil Dr. Stortf. 1WA Sill Are. Cigar Br'-'C M: World News Co. Station Edward Diamond Dr. Medicine Hal Co.: Neui Sbop. 443 GraD.well Paul World Co. Cairrtangay Clarence Kuol- News A. D. liiver Side WoKd News Co. THE HERALD I'ub'.ishea every Wertcesdsy ia eight cr 1 ;et, local 51.00 and district 6 mouths ft of tbc ot in advance We have brought into Lethbridge a number of the best TED I i I I H'liTajasa: ever brought into Alberta. These horses are for sale ami we invite you to look them over. The following is a represenative list-there are others in the Pedigree of the Hackney Stallion, Nar.ton Astonishment, 9994 WILL ADVANCE MIXED FARMING. OXH of the grnzing conditions sxlvorated by Allierlu Conservatives who this week waited fm members of Ihe government at Ottawa was: "That in granting leases preference should always be given to those applicants owning adjoining lands and who are prepared to feed their stock in winter. In oilier words, that mixed farming may he encouraged as much as possible." No one will have any fault to find with this. Heretofore there has been a tendency on the part of Ottawa authorities to favor the big lease on a long lerm basis, this beings a relic of the old days ranching the main industry of this pro- vince. :N.ow, however, thai the grain growing which followed exclusive ranching, has Driven wny to the mixed farming idea, an effort Ehould be made to make grazing land available as summer pasture for the small farmer's stock, 'so that he may conserve his home pasture for inter feeding grounds, where lie will also make arc walking Ihe slrwls would iiol he a popular move, and when loyally comes into'clasli'with' popularity, so much the worse.for loyalty. The game now wilt be, let the Imperial squad- ron in the North Sea get along as well as it can without any assistance from Canada. The gov- ernment will confine its warlike taciics lo attack- ing the Senate. And free wheat. Can il be thai some of our western contemporaries were in wrong. There is not going lo be any such move as taking the duly off wheat. The men who pul up the hun- dreds of thousands to swing the east against the wesl in the reciprocity campaign won't let Ihe government do any such thing as remove duties. The government is rather under obligation lo in- And the natural resources'which were to be given the western provinces as soon as Mr. Bor- den assumed office in 1911. No mention of then cither. And just lo think lhal the members of .the opposition in the Alberta Legislature journey- ed all the way to Ottawa to see about il. saw Mr. Borden, and Mr. Borden looked llicn muni isaw -Mr. bonien, anu norurn IUUKUU tneii provision for hay and grain in case of necessity. Thero MS doing This is the proposal advocated by those who are j( ull asking that the Biood Reserve Jhrown open to sonu: livcly so a cey as the menu card is concerned, aside from re- distribution, there is little Ihat'promiscs out of the ordinary. j- strawberry of slesant Hacs- and exceptional pcdisree, liU lelng liy Dane- geli the Eire ot more winners Ihan auy horse.1 dead or living. Xanloa Astonish- usrat was toaled In He is one ot rcost'liTilliant goers in Caaaila. his fhoul- Uers, -inees: and torts workinc grandly. ile'has iirtbe test of and can, and will- win Farmers should tako Ihe opportunity of using Wra as he is uticVuueuTriimi iraicr.ia "uO havo theniVelves and their stock -a household name in the horse 'norld. ,1'rizes and Special. Hnrasbo'.tom. 1st Colr.e, 1st -Worrlov-Sod ClUheroe, 1st Whally 1st Great Kanvoort, Ist'ClIvigir, 1st Padiham. It" Sill" be 'seen that tie" is -hred Jrom the very choicest s'tnlns of Hackney blood, having r.6 less than three crosses ot Denmark blood In his veins. Slany of the greatesl Hackneys of the present" .are descended from Denmark sfccrt as: Dane- gelt, cold for S2o.OOC'; Corm.iught, London Cbiiiiiiflorii iiuV at a mare; Gsnyinede. Ixiodon Champion, also serving raarei at ?75 a mare; Candidate. London winner; General Gordon. London London Champion 'in 1S3S; Royal Daccgelt, London Winner London" Lord Melton, London Winner; and a host.of other famous winners. Felice, Is a Vreat prize winner. She lias won over 200 first prizes, in fact, was seldom beaten. She rurchaEed by Mr. .Norman Reid, Lancashire, England, for Kipling Astonishment, 8531 6BSI KIPLI.NO ASTOXISHMK.N'T S531, by lloir.bey 4735, b'y Danegelt 174. by raarh. 177. by Sir Cnaries 70S. by Feruiim- tr i'50, by Phen-smcnon. 573. by SOi. by Fireawny, 2CS, 1-lrcawny 201, by Fireway 'lOy, by Driver 1ST, by Shales tlio Original, C99. 3C47, by 1'rlckwlllow, 629, by Denmark 177, by Sir Charles, G. by St. Gtlesr 6SS, by SL Giles, CS7, by Wildfire S67. KELICK SSSt, by Invincible ISCC. by Lord 412; by Co'undeLce i5S. 530S, by I'llot 1323. by Lord Derweut, 418, by Denmurb 177. G. by Superior, 1401, by'Fire- uway, 248. by Achilles, 2. Horse breeders, while paying much at- tenllbn to Draft Hcrses, should not over- look the fact that road horses of a type, with style and action, aru very .in this Province, and can scarcely be found at any; price. It will-not be long before Roadsters will bring IhB price.Drafters are brlngine now. Hackneys have style, ac- tion, good bone, lots of stamina and are a genera! all round horse that will bring the money. The above horse's cets have brovight some fancy prices In this neigh- borhood. Raise yourself a pair of Drivers. COPY OF BRITISH CERTIFICATE Patron: His Majtsty the King THE HACKNEY HORSE SOCIETY Kstablisl'Oil to promote breeiHu? o! Herni'ss and Mtlilary Horn's, Hack- neys and Ponies 12 lIANCViJK SQUAHK, LONDON', MN'O. This Is to Certify that the Stallion herein- after drscribcil lias he-en duly registered. the bcoks of the Sot-iety. Astcntsliiuent, 9954. Foaled 1905. whl'e fore anil likd foot. AHonlslunent, SKil, Vol. sill, by Invincible, 1SOC. Briggs, Lin- cashlre, Kncland. fi Connor. Calsary Sales Hoposltory, Calgary, Alta. GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Department of Agriculture (Copy) CERTIFICATE OF PURE-BRED STALLION The Horse Brooders' Ordinance, X.W.T. Chap. 23. 1903 The pedigree of the Stallion Nanton Aston- ishment has been examined in the department and I hereby certify that the said stallion Is of pure breeding and Is registered In u Stud Hook recognized by the department. Dated nt Mmc-nlon this 17th day of Jan- uary 1907. (Signed) GEO. HArtCOURT Deputy Minister OUK POIXT OF VIEW the small farmers, nnd Ihe government will mnUe no. mistake if thcp adopl the policy under the proposed new firazing regulations. C. IVES AS JUDGE. WC. IVES, prominent legal light, and brains of. Hie Conservative parly in this cily, is Slated for a judgcship. j The Montreal Telegraph gravely asks if taxes From the standpoint of parly sen-ice there islart taxes. .They certainly are nnd then some. no man in Albert'n who has prior claim on the i for Mr. Ives has fought the bailies of his, southerner wants to know if Ojinaga is a parly in this province through thick arid thin, in j jicxican cuss word. It has prphably uinilc. more season and out. I one MCNICHII say As it lawyer there is little doubt in the mind j i bf anyone who knows his abilities in that direc- .lion, llmt Mr. Ives would he a credit to the bench. I lie is highly regards by all members of Ihe pro- Ifession and il would be a most acceptable ap- ipoinlmcnl lo Ihcin. _ And as a man, Mr. Ives has Ihe qualifies lhal -specially ill bin. for the high position for If J. J; I'd line., come to Let bridge ,1 which he is mentioned. For he knows men and certainly mlroducc lie clcincnl of keen cpm- the peculiar condilions of the we.sf so that for fmglil, and the C. P. H. w.ll he nglil could bring Ihe western .viewpoint to bear onion "'c job. cases which require more of common sense Ihan j what is contained in musty law records. Before j 1 1 is rumored lhal Pancho Villa has signed eiitpifiing in the profession of law he was one of contract with a moving picture firm. Perhaps all the licst" known "cow punchers" in Southern Al- his dying all over the shop is only a purl of Ihe focrlii where he gained an insight into human CLYDESDALE STALLION Torduff Prince, 16841 IMPORTED BnHvn.'ffrljic !n facs ofTfofe Jej 'black, other legs white.' Foaled 23rd May. 1909 Bred by Thomas Beattie, Torduff, Annan, Dumfriesshire PEDIGREE Sire, General Kuroki, 0349S) Vcl. 29..- Dam, La3v Mary, (131091 By Royal Fashion (10S7S) Vol. 32. Gr. Dam. Daisy (1C5CO) Vol. 2S. Hy Prince William (S93G) Vol. 13. G-Gr Dam. Daisy of Kirtltbaiik (22423) Vol. 32. By Prince of Rosa (6185) Vol. 10. G-G-Or. Darn, Jean of Kirtlebink (22422) Vol. 32. By Luc'xy Getter, (14S3) Vol.' 3. G-G-G-Gr. Dam, Daisy of Kirllrtank. (6970) Vol. II. By Young Lord Clyde. -Vo. great big ussfal horss with size and substance, and last year wltn l.'ls half-brother. "Torduff Star" had the premium In Yorkshire, ivnere they left a very big" percentage of mares in foal, acd gave every satlEfactlon to'the (Jommitle who -tad.them hired fertile season.' Ho is sot by the well-bred horse, exported two years ago at a hfgh price to Huenos Ayres." CLYDESDALE STALLION Kirtle Fashion, 16667 IMPORTED Brown, white face, four white feet and lega. BreJ by Andrew licaltie, Klrtlo Bank. PEDIGREE Sire. Royal FasWon. (10S48) Vol. .'2. Dam, Daisy IL of Klrtlebink, (2D139) Vol. 3t. By 1 ord Gr. Dam! Daisy of Kirtlebank, (2242S) VoL'33. Sy Princo of liosa (C193) Vol. 10. G-o'r. bam. Jean of KirtlcoanS (22-122) Vol. 32. By Lucky Getter, (14S3) Vol. 3. G-G-Gr. Dm. Daisy of Kirl'ebank, (6J76) Vol. 11. By Young I-ord Clyde, (7101) Vol. 11. A blocky, thick old fashioned type, so much in Scotland and 'helng sired by the well-known Breeding and Show liorso "Royal Fashion" he cnnnot fail to urovo siicetsctel breeding horse. The sire