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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, JANUARY 19, 191 i THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 Published by the Lethbrids,; Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at Its office. Sixth St., Lethbridge, Alberta. Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN-Managing Director T. W. QUAYLE-Managing Editor JOHN TORRANCE-Business Manager PHONE: Editorial, Reportorlal and News Department 1224 PHONE: Advertising. Circulation and Job Departments 12 5 2 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 rear, delivered .................... S4.00 I year, by mail ...................... $3.00 months, delivered .................. $2.00 li months, by mail .................... $1.50 S months, delivered .................. $1.00 3 months, by mail.....................75 1 month, delivered ..................35 1 month, by mail......................25 .\daresses ohnnsed as often as desired. Init both u^'w ami ui'l addresses iinist be .civen. I the Lethbridge-Red Cross Drue it Book Store; .T. G. Roli-ertson & Co.; .Inckson & Co.: Ale.xamlr.a Hotel; People's Diup Stove; Kenny & Allin; Letiibridge liotei Cigar Stand. Diamond City-Dr. D'Arc. Medicine Hat - Assinlboia liotel. Macleod-A. D. Fergusoi. DAILY HERALD FOR SALE Cranbrook-Reattie & Murphy Co.; Cranbrook Book Company. Edmonton-Provincial News Company. Pincher Creek-Dr. .McCrea; Mitehel) Drug Co. fabei^-Westlake Bros. Vancouver-The Wide U'orld News Co.; News Shop. 445 Granwell Street. Spokane-Jamieson N'ews Co. 705 River Side Avemie. at Grassy Lake-Grassy Lake Hotel. Minneapolis-Ketup & Cohen -News .Vgency. Calgary-Leading Book and .News Sto;e. li)9.-V Sth .A.ve. West; WiThl News ("c. Pincher Station - Edward Head. St. Paul-World News Co. Carmangay-Clarence Kiiol-den. Duluth-World Xews Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD P-oblished every Wednesday in eight or more pages, and eont.vns n summary ot". c'.ie news of the week, local and district " , ................ $1.00 ij months In advance............. 1 rear in advance 50c THE COMLXG CONVENTION. WE have already alluded to the necessity of ghing the farmers wlio will be assembled in our midst tliis week a right royal welcome. In view of the importance of the occasion it would be well to refer once more to this. So far as the spirit goes we know that it will be present, but let there be some outward and visible signs of the same in the shape of flags and bunting displayed. An outline of the deliberations at the coming convention shows that there is a large range of subjects to be discussed, and on which resolutions will be passed. These are such which not only affect the welfare of the farmers as a group, but lhat of the whole community. These matters wll be discussed with the weight of wisdom brought by experience. The problems to be solved are not only local and provincial ones, but those which have an indisputable bearing on the national prosperity. There is a great deal to be done in advancing the agricultural interests. Though the industry dates from primeval times, new situations are constantly arising and have to be dealt with in Ihe spirit, and according to the needs of the limes. Let us sincerely hope that the decisions arrived at, and the resolutions passed, will not only find favor with the authorities, but that every means will be set in motion to give practical effect to the desires of men who, from intimate knowledge of their particular avocation, are in_ a jjosi-tion to estimate their importance to their indus-iry. 01R POINT OF MEW This is farmer's week. Everybody give him i the glad hand. A "movie" actor who slayed a banker at i Riverside, Cal., is to hang. It won't be any make- j believe cither. Spokane commissioners granted 32 salarv in-i ! creases the other day. Ours haven't acquired' lhat habit vet. i "Made-in-Lethbridge" goods i^Gt a great boost: last week. And there are getting to be iuore to' I boost all the time. i Winter came January 18th. \Vc will be com- i pelled to ask California to produce her records after this before we contemplate a trip to a warmer climate. The highest praises of the work being done. iby the short course agricultural schools are be-i ing sung by the people of the south country! where much practical good is being done. A U. S. court has ruled that the auto is a le-[gilimate part of a man's business equipment. I Still King Horse doesn't seem to be losing out I very badlv. .A CALL TO ARMS. INHERE was no fitter way of inaugurating the New Year than that which was conceived and had its completion in the highly successful Business Men's Smoker held last Friday. Confidence begets coofidence, and the aftermath of tha;f cheerful spirit of optimism which dominated the meeting will be bound to be seen in the creation of a community spirit which will be a mighty lever in the city's development. The gathering was practically a call to arms, \vith the bugle note of faith and hope which facts brought to light declared rang true and in no uncertain tone. These facts were in a sense educative, for they brought to the minds of those who were present, and of those who read the account of tVie meeting, matters which, possibly, they would not otherwise have seriously dwelt upon. What belter augurj' for the future could there have been than the reference made by Mr. Sweeting, of the C. P. R., to the position the city held, i and to the possibilities which may any day become realities when coming schemes are in working order? In our issue of Saturday there appeared close on one dozen local indush-ies which have held their own in spite of limes of general stringency, and are only awaiting to expand into solid assets w\\en the industrial growth of the city starts on that forward move which men of business acumen and foresight tell us in unfaltering terms is not very far ahead. In the speedy realisation f)f this a responsibility rests on eacii one of us, and it cannot be belter expressed than in Ihe words of the C. P. R. Industrial Commissioner: "Make; it your one idea to buy what you can from within your own district, for production without a market does not make for success." After raising our hopes so high it hardly looks �. as if the Borden government would now dis- ^ | appoint us about the internal storage elevator.?" Announcements of big things for this citv are! coming fast these days, and the optimistic "spirit grows accordingly. If the C.P.R. settle their vacant lands around ' Lethbridge, make this city divisional superiu-! tendent's headquarters, and completes the Leth-i bridge-Weyburn line this year, we should all be j verj' well satisfied that they have done a good year's work. After the big smoker the other night there shouldn't be much trouble in picking out good i men to man the Board of Trade this year. Though the Board restricted its activities somewhat in 191.S, it accomplished a great deal of good. A decrease in membership fee however might not be out of place. The attendance at, Ihe smoker showed that there are others who! take an interest in the welfare of the city than those who belong to the organization. Make it within the reach of all. .lust why Western Canada farmers should not, be allowed to sell their wheat in the best inarketj open to Ihem is a pretty hard question to fathom. If the west's market is better than that of the States, why the far^per may be trusted to sell at home. If it is not, why should the farmer be the .goal. As for Ihe milling interests, we would like to sympathize with them, but we can't. We assume � Missouriiin alliUule when told il is more cosily to nutnul'aclure ttour in Western Canada right where il is grown than 1000 miles away, after paying Ihe freight rates. A POSTAL LIBRARY (Peterboro Review) _The Review has received particulars of a scheme called "The Postal Library," This is a Buggesblon that the post dflice Bhouia take up the work of distributing books throughout the Dominion. The promoter of this dcheme is Joseph-': P. Tracy, . Com- missiotier of Commerce and M anufac-ture for the City of l_,t!lhbridKe. It Ik an entirely new idea and the reasons given for Its introduction into Canada j are that the people tlironghout l!ie I country are poorly supplied with Ub-i rary facilities. Heretotoi'e philan-j thropists such as .Vndrew Carnegie j have been largely relied uptn to siJi>-1 p\y' tfi'e iieed' of libraries. Dependence ; upon philanthropy Is unworthy the i great Canadian peoi;!e. BosidOB the results ol such dependence to date are very rneagro and scattered. Grants l)y provinces and cities and bequests by private individuals have produced some (vedilable lil)raries notably in Ontario. The reportB however sliosv that nearly one-halt the people ot Ontario are still out of reach of any lib- HIGH CLASS HORSES NOW IN LETHBRIDGE We have brought into Lethbridge for sale a number of IMPORTED STALLIONS. The folio-wing is a representative list-some are not given. These horses are among THE BEST EVER BROUGHT INTO ALBERTA Breeders of high class horses should look them over Pedigree of the Hackney Stallion, Nanton Astonishment, 9994 Is a strawberry roan, of elegant Hack ney type, and exceptional pedigree, Jiis grundsire being by the wcrU-famed Dane-gelt 17-1-the sire of more winners than any horse, dead or living. Xanton .Astonishment was I'oaled in 1905. Ho is one oi the most brilliant goers in Canada, his shoulders, knees and hocks working grandly. He has won in the best of company, and can, and will win again. Farmers should Like the opportunity of using Iriro ns he is descended from parents who have made tliemselvos and their stocli a houselioid name in the horse world. PriKeS won:: tst and Special, Ramsbottom, lat Cohie, ist Darwen, 2nd Worston, 2nd Clitharoe, 1st WhalLv, 1st Great Harwood, 1st Cilviger, 1st Padiham. It will be seen that he is bred from the very choicest strains ct Hackney blood, having no less than three crosses of Denmark blood in his veins. Many of the greatest Hackneys of the present day are descended from Denmark such as; Dane-gelt, sold for $25,000; Connaught, London Champion, now serving mares at $75 a mare; Ganymede. London Champion, also serving mares at $73 a mare; Candidate, London winner; General Gordon. London Winner twice; Rosadore, London Champion in 1S98; Royal Danegelt, London Winner 189S; Champion Saxon, London Winner; Lord Melton, London Winner; and a host of other famous winners. Felice, his dam is a great prize winner. She has won over 200 first prizes, in fact, was seldom beaten. She was purchased by Mr. N'o:man Held, of I-,ancashire, England, for 15,000. Sire-Kipling Attonishment, 8531 Dam-Felloo, 8884 KIPLING ASTO.N'ISHMENT Sn.-il, by Dombey 4T3S, by Danegelt 171. by Denmark, 177, by Sir Chii'rles TfiS, by Performer 550, by Phenomenon, 573, by WMldfire S04, by Flreaway, 208, by FMreaway 201, by Fireway 205, by Driver 187, by Shales the Original, (199. D.\m-Dainty, :!(;47, by Prickwillow, fl29, by Denmark 177. by Sir Charles, 7(18. Ct. dam-Rose, by St. Giles, GSS, by St. Giles, 6S7, by NYildfire S�7. FELICK SSSl, by Invincible 1800. by Lord Bardulph 412, by Confidence 15S. DAM-Felicity 5,308, by Pilot 1323, by Lord Derwent, 418, by Denmark 177. G. DA.M-Fan, by Superior, 1401, by Fire-away, 249, by Achilles, 2. Horse breeders, while paying much attention to Draft Horses, should not overlook the fact that road horses of a good type, with style and action, arc very scarce in this Province, and can scarcely be found at any price. It will not be long before Roadsters will bring the price Drafters are bringing now. Hackneys have style, action, good bone, lots of stamina and are a general all round horse that will bring the money. The above horse's gets have brought some fancy prices in this neighborhood. Raise yourself a pair of Drivers. COPY OF BRITISH CERTIFICATE Patron: His Majesty the King TI-IE HACKNEY HOf^SE SOCIETY Established to priuncue tlio breeding of Harness and .Militavy ilorsiis. Hack-'ncya and*Ponies 12 HANOVl^R SC)UARH, LONDON, ENG. This Is to Certify ili:it the f^tallion beri'iii-aCter described has been duly rugiatorod in the -books of tlic Society. X.^.lIE-Nntilon Astciuishnient. 11994, Foa'ed 1905. COLOR-Roan, wliite off fore and hind foot. SIRK-Kiiiiing .\.storii:-:liuipiit. .S'.'i.'^l, DAM-l''olice SSSl, Vol. xill, by Invincible, l.-^OIi. BRIOI^DER-.Tosepli Briggg, U'orston, Lancashire. ICngland. OWNERS-Welsh & Connor, Calgary Sales Repository, Calgary, Alta. GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE of ALBERTA Department of Agriculture fCopy) CERTIFICATE OF PURE-BRED STALLION The Horso Breeders' Ordinance, N.W'.T. Chaj). 23. 1903 The pedigree of the Stallion Nanton Aston-Is^iment ii994, lias been examined in the department and T hereby certify that the said stallion Is of pure breeding and is reglBtered in a Stud Book revogni/.ed by tlie department. Dated at Edmonton this 17lh day ot January 1907. (Signed) GEO. n.\RCOTIRT Deputy Minl.'iter clydesdale stallion Torduff Prince, 16841 IMPORTED � Brown, stripe in face, offfore leg black, other legs white. Foaled 23rd May. 1909 Bred by Thomas Beattie, Torduff, Annan, Dumfriesshire y ': pedigree Sire. General Kuroki, (1349S.1 Vol. 29. Dam, Lady Mary, (191091 Vol. 30. By Royal Fashion (10873) Vol. 22. Gr. Dam, Daisy Belle, (IBdOO) Vol. 2S. By Prince William (S93G) Vol. 13. G-Gr. Dam. Daisy of Kirtlebank (22423) Vol. 32. . . Bv Prince of Rosa (6195) Vol. 10. '�r.-G-Gr. Dam, Jean of Kirtlebank (22422) Vol. 32. ^ j Bv Lucky Getter, (1483) Vol. 3. G-G-G-Gr. Dam, Daisy of Kirtlebank, (6970) Vol. 11. By Young Lord Clyde. (7401) Vo. 11. A great big useful horse with size and substance, and last year v.-i(h Uis half-brother. "Torduff Star" had the premium in Yorkshire, where they left a very big percentage of mares in foal, and gave every satisfaction to the Committe who had them hired tor the season. He is got by the well-bred horse, "General Kuroki" exported two years ago at a high price to Buenos Ayrea. CLYDESDALE STALLION Kirtle Fashion, 16667 imported Brown, white face, four white foot and legs. Bred by Andrew Beattie, Kirtle Bank, pedigree Sire, Royal Fashion, (10S4.S) Vol, 22. Dam, Daisy IL of Kirtlebank, (29139) Vol. 34. By Lord Brown. (12217). Gr. Dam, Daisy of Kirtlebank, (22I2.1) Vol. .'32. Bv Prince of Rosa (6195) Vol. 10. Cr-Gr. Dam, Jean of Kirtlebank 122422) Vol. 32. By Lucky Getter, (1483) Vol, S. G-G-Gr. Dm. Daisy of Kirtlebank, (6970) Vol. 11. By Young Lord Clyde, (7401) Vol. 11. A bloeky, thick old fashioned type, so much prized in Scotland and being sired by the well-known Breeding and Show horse "Royal Fashion" he cannot fail to prove a successful breeding horse. The sire of this liorse had a very successful show y.ird career and was considered by many leading Judges to bo one of the best horses ever shown in Scotland. Kirtle Fashion has proved himself to be a good stock-getter. CLYDESDALE STALLION Stately Prince, 17521 IMPORTED Bay, stripe on face, three legs white, little white on off hind hoofhead, small splatch under'girth. Foaled May 2Sth, 1909. Bred by Messrs. R. & W. Sheddon, Balgerran, Cros.smichael, Kirkcudbright, Scotland PEDIGREE Sire, Radium (13674) Vol. 29. Dam, Katherlne of Balgerran, (33725) Vol 35. Bv Prince Shapely (10111) VoL 18. Gr. Dam, Kate of Balgerran (24277) Vol. 32. By Prince Robert, (7135) G.-Gr. Dam. Kirkcarswell Nanny, (4169) Vol 7. By Druid (1120) Vol. 2. G-G-Gr. Dam, Kirkcarswell Trim (4131 Vol. 2. Bv Larv's Jock, (444) Vol. 1. G-G-G-Gr. Dam. Bell. By Johnnie Cope. A useful big quality horse, got by the well-known breeding horse. Radium, one of Hiawatha's best sons. Stately Prince travelled a premium horse under the Scottish Board of Agriculture in the Island of Tiree in the.season of 1912 and is a massive active horse very good in bone and muscle. This horse left a large percentage of colts and gave every satisfaction to the Scottish iioard of Agriculture. It is seldom that a horse 01' this quality leaves Scotland. STANDARD BRED STALLION Hooligan, 45730 Bay Black Points Foaled 1905 PEDIGREE Sire, Altamont Junior (3785) Dam. Grace Bracken By Complete (li067) Gr. Dam Daisy By Reporter (11611) A beautiful quality horse, well built, with exceptionally fine- bone and muscle, and very gentle disposition. He has proved himself a good stock getter, and is bred from some ot the fastest racehorses in America, and ho himself hag a mark of ,2-10. CLYDESDALE STALLION Royal Descent, 8619 Ray with gray hairs through coat, face off fore and both hind feet \vhite. Foaled May 15, 190i. Bred by Colin G. Ross, Calgary^ Alta. PEDIGFiEE Sire, Choice Dosoent (Imp) (8315) (12911) Mam, .Miss Mains, (4249) By Prince Stanley (2443) Gr. Dam, i'Mls.s Cameron, (IG.'il) By Taunahill (Imp.) (1205) (4745) G-Gr. Dam, Toy, (imp) (639) By McParlaue (29SS) G-G-Gr. Dam., Lily, (3471) By Prince Imperl.al (Imp) (74) (12581 G-G-G-Gr. Dam. Jfoll, (12,'!5) By Moiikland Farmer, (543) G-G-G-O-Gr. Dam, Lively By Rootle Laddie (1077) Royal Descent is a Canadian bred borse, with lots ot bone and action. Ho is sound and has proved himself a foal getter. His dam "Miss Maia.s" is a massive mare wei.gliing ISOO pounds. His sire "Choice Descent" is a big sound horse weighing a ton and is bred from "Bootle Laddie" having some of (lie be.st ('lydesdale blood for the past ten generations and no doubt Royal Descent is the best bred Clydesdale over raised in Western (,"anada. Ho Is range broke and very easy to breed. These Horses Are Now in Lethbridge. All horse fanciers are invited to see them at the Alberta Feed and Sales Stables, 3rd Ave. Will sell or trade for other horses. Welsh & Connor Mr. Welsh is in the City ers rary privileges. The other provinces are far Jieliind Ontario. Canada has a great frontier. The outlying and sparsely settled districts cannot ex-poct adeqiiato library privileges for generations at the present rate of; progress. The Postal Library will! supply tho whole library need of all , the people of every community in the country and that without delay. The proposition is a very bold one and while admitting its novelty and ingeniousness we can see a great many objections wlilch might be raised by the postal offlcials, not to men- raries of any capacity. But as a unl-|n all the skies wcfo sunshjue versal thing it would only complicate and over-burden unuoccssariiy tho postal machine. Mr. Tracy informs us that Mr. lior- tlon the often too much over-loaded i den has given his assurance tiiat liie postman. The only thing in favor o�! Postal l>ibrary will be consUlered by tho scheme is that it would be very serviceable in country districts where the people are out of touch with llb- the government. Wo commeiHl tlio scheme so far as It applies to outlying rural communities, Our faces would lie iaiii To I'col once more upon them Tlie cooling splasli of rain. It all the world svcre nuisic Our souls would oMcn long For one sweet strain of silence To break the endless song. -\'au Dykt. ;