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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD it. affiei. Slilh St_ ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1307 Publlihcd by the Lelhbtlckt Herald Co_ Lti. Letr.brJdsV, Alberta. Canada. W. A. Dlriclor T. W. Editor JOHN Minagir PHONE: Advtrtillrtg, Circulation and Jcb PHONE: Editorial, ar.d Nowl Department 1224 Departments 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, delivered M.OO 1 year, by mail...................... 53.00 6 nioatts. delivered.................. 6 months, niall.................... 51.50 3 months, 3 nonthj. by msll.....................75 1 rsonth, delivered................. -35 1 inocth, by rcall......................26 cimsed as >s desired, but both uew and iiidresjfs must be jlven. 7nt DAILY HERALD FOR SALE Lethbrldgc Hed Cro.-s fc Grajjy Lake Book Sto.-f; J. G. Co.; Cnubrook ertson Co.; Jacfcsoa Kemp Cohen Co.; Alexandra Hotel: Provincial Afieacr. ple's KIQID: Kennv t Allla; Lethbrldge Plncher Creek Dr. Boolt News Store, 109A Pth Are. Cigar Drug World Co. Diamond Dr. SS'estlake The Wide Station Edward Read. Medicine Hat Co.; News Shop, World .Xewa Co. Clarence Kncl- Jarateson XOTB A. D. Hirer Side SVorld Xawa Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD I'ubllshed every Wednesday In elsht cr more panes, and contains a summary of the news of tie week, local antl district 1 year In advance 6 months In 50c RE.niSTRIBUTION IN THE SOUTH T sense as to misunderstand what Ihe Herald mean when referring to the absence of lobor ances and unresl in I.elhbridgc. The News- Telegram knows very what was meant and I in the attempt to stampede the unemployed from Calgary to Lelhbridge it shows itself an enemy i of this city and a knocker. The of Lelh- bridge should now know how to regard Ihe Xcws- Tclegram. It is not a friend of LelUbridge. HE decision to create a new federal constit- uency making a Lethbridg'e seat is cerlainlv iiol unexpected news, but nevertheless it is good news. The Medicine Hrtt constituency as it now stands contains more than enough population to entitle, two scats. The population at Ihe last census was Since then it has increased, and can safely be assumed to be On the basis of representation fixed by the last census this would almost entitle Ihe constituency as it sliincls to three members. And it should have them. The west is grow- ini! ut mi enormous rate and will continue to do so. Southern Alberta will increase in population The rumor that krafchenko was captured in along with the rest, and before the Domin- [hc C stock yards, where.-, nig on ion census, it is not slrelch of imaBinalion to lnni-lias state that Ihe population will have doubled, and the present constituency will be cntilled lo OUR POINT OF VIEW It is time lo let Ihe farmers know they are welcome. Gel out the glud rags. Here's hoping thai those who have been sigh- if not more, members. II is hard to gel the east- ern politicians to believe these figures, and unlil the west is represented according lo population iliev will not do so. ing for some real winter weather arc content with the sample of the past two days. If the Conservative deptilnlion in the east said Hul some of these days western H musl huve hold Ihe balance of power at Ottawa. Then will (lie wesl's problems be more seriously consider- ed, and one of the first problems tackled may be the changing of the order of things so thai we will not have to waif ten years to get our proper representation in Ottawa. The west is where Canada's big problems for the next twenly-flve years will rise, and it will he just as well if we been during their peaceful slumbers. If the Winnipeg police iiad gone after Krnf. with as much zeal as some, people go after party favors, he would have been caught long ago. The government is dodging (he contentious questions of Ihe day, while Ihe Liberals lost no have the voice we are entitled lo in settling them.'' milc in Precipitating a discussion on the prevail, And in Ihe meantime, nnlil 1921 rolls round MIS economic conditions, placing the responsi- hringing the enumerator man once more, South- ern Alherla will have at least ffiur members where it now has two, so that we will be strength- ened at Ottawa by weight of numbers at any rale. UNEMPLOYMENT IN LETHBRIDGE. IN view of the fact that some rather dense in- dividuals persist in the position thai the Her- ald said thai there was no unemployment in this city, we might as well again repeal that the Her- ald said there was no unemployment beyond what was expected at this season of the year. That mcanj that there are probably two hundred or maybe Iwp hundred and fifty out of work, and thai is the limit. There is nothing (o get excited over, and likewise there is nothing in such a slate- ment lo cause others to believe that there is plen- ty of employment here. Lelhbridge has reason lo feel gratified lhal it has not Ihe problems other cities have to deal with, bul that does not justify any such interpretations as some have placed upon a previous announcement. The fact thai there aie some unemployed should be sufficient lo keep others from coming here to look for work for the present. AN ENEMY OF LETHBRIDGE. THE Calgary Xews-Telegram is nothing if not facetious. Because this paper happened to refer to Ihe fact thai Lcthbridge is not so badly of) as oilier cities in Ihe matler of unemploy- ment, the News-Telegram urges the unemployed of lhat cily lo go south to Lelhbridge. The hum- or in this suggestion may appeal lo the funny arlisl, who penned Ihe edilorial, bul to others it is lacking altogether in joke characteristics. Ltthbridge has no occasion to regard such a paper as anything but a knocker. The News- Tekgram man is not so lacking in ordinary horse bility where it belongs. It was ever thus. The fight thai Sir James Whitney is making' against death is indicative of the spirit which- characterized him in health. He must have a I wonderful constitution, and nothing would please Canadians now better than lo see him triumph and defy the grim reaper for years to come. The memory of such a man as the late Dr. Wardrope of the Presbylerian Church will long survive his dealh. He filled a large place in the hearts of many Canadians and served his day and generation faithfully and well. Hc was a reol outstanding man. II seems to be quilt Ihe caper for the oldest men in the parly to seek the senatorships', but il doesn'l seem to be good politics lo appoint such veterans as Dr. Brett and Orlando Bush unless Ihe government has a. cinch on power for years to come. There is no objection to these men on the ground of fitness, but they arc up in years and Ihe chances for longevity favor the younger chapj. However, il is Mr, Borden's own business. Hon. George Cox did nol figure as promin- ently in politics as he did in finance, bul he cer- tainly was a man who lived so as to do the most good in the quietest possible way. HP. was a philanthropist and did not parade his He was a strict believer in nol letting (he right! hand know what Ihe lefl was doing. Kindly in' nalure and a sympathiser wilh everyone who was trying to gel along in life, George A. Cox will DZ remembered wilh greater affeclion by those who ivorked for him and came in doily contact with his life than by others who only knew him as a great financier and public man. eoaalHloBer'j ccnrt. s-Jcb a meas- ure, sill Mr. couli be pjtjed at se-sloa o! pi'tllaracn'' it a nrrf THOUSAND WANT .wncr; t.' COL TO HEAR KIM [for Improvement) by Unniiita; I 3. protection or relief from Loadon, Jan. allo cr reittlcteo lease'. pronoMlf for rfforno. In Oftpojl-] llr. objected t.iat Mr. f.'.o-.d lion to thoieof Mr. Llord nere i Qeorge'n pronoscrl lar.c! at Hollowar by night Hon. j jjlic an opportni.ity rt.r Wtltsrtong. They Include: patronage br and (ugjest-! the railing -Vij- dd 1. Facilities for contlnultj- of ten-icii Instead the crtatlon of an iodc-j Chancellor (ire, or compensation for loss of ten-lptndent leial Irlbnnal, like tlie wreck on January 2s' loyil Ocor It li roea'vjrc. if Mr foi HIGH CLASS HORSES NOW IN LETHBRIDGE We have brought into Lethbridge for sale a number of IMPORTED STALLIONS. The following is a representative 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 Blraivberry roan, ot elegant Hack- ney type, and exceptional pedigree. hU Srandsire beics by the word-famed Dane- gelt sire of more tbau any horse, dead or HvJns- Nanlon ment foaled In 1905. Ho Is one of the most brilliant goers in Canada, bis shoul- der.', knees and hocks working grandly, lie has won ID the, best of company, aud cau, acd will win again. Farmers should take the opportunity of using him as he is descended from parents who have made themselves and their stock o. household naine in tho horse ivorlU. Prizes 1st and Special. Itarasbottom, 1st L'clr.e, 1st 2nd Worston, :cd Cllthcroe. 1st Whally. 1st Great Hanvood, Ut Cliviger, 1st Padibain. It will be seen tbal he is bred from the very choicest strains of having no leus than three crosses of Denmark blood in his reins. Many ol the greatest Hackneys of the. present day are descended from Denmark such as: Dane- gelt, EoM.for Connaught, London Champion, now serving mares at a mare: Ganymede, London Champion, also curving mares at {75 a mare; Candidate, London winner: General Gordon. London Wiener twice; Kosnriore, London Champion in 1SS3; Royal Danegell, London Winner 1S9S; Champion Saion, London Winner; Lord Melton, London Winner; and a lion of other famous winners. Felice, his dam is a prize winner. She has won over 200 first prizes, In fact, was seldom beaten. She was .purcbaied by Mr. Norman Held of Lancashire, Kngland. for J5.000. Kipling Astonishment, 8531 8884 KIPLING ASTON'ISHMENT SMI. by Dombey 473S, by Dauegelt 17-1, by Den- mark, 177, by Sir Charles 7CS. by 1'crforin- er 550, by I'heuomenon. 573, by Wildfire S04, by Kiruway, 20S. by Firt'avay 201, by Fireway 205, by Driver 157, by Shales tho Original, 659. DAM-Dalnly, 3S47, by 1'rickwillow, C29, br Denmark 177. by Sir Charles. 70S. G. by St. Giles, CSS, by st Giles, 6S7, by SOT. FELICE SSS4, by Invincible IS-DC. by Tiard'Jlph by Confidence loS. 5308. by Pilot by Lord Uerwent, 4IS, by Uenmark 177. G. by Superior, HOI, Ly Hre- awp.y, 219, by Achilles, Horse breeders, while paying much at- tention to Draft Horses, should not over- look tbe fact Ihr.t horses of a good tyre, wilh style and action, are very scarce In this Province, and ran scarcely be found at any price. It will not be long before licadsters will bring the Drafters are bringing now. Hackneys liave style, ac- tion, good bone, lots of stamina and are a general all ro-.snd horse that will bring tho money. The above horse's rets have brought somo fancy prices in This neigh- borhood. Raise yourself a pair of Drivers. COPY OF BRITISH CERTIFICATE Patron: His Majesty the King THE HACKNEY HORSE SOCIETY Kslabnsiied to the breeding ol Harness and Military Horses, Hack- neys and I'OhLcs 12 1IANOVK1! SQUA1IK. LONDON, BXU. This Is to Certify dial the Stallion herein- after described liss liecu duly registered in the books of the Society.' Astonishment. SS5I. Foaled 1905. while off fore and liir.'d fool. Astonishment, S531, SSS4, Vol. slii, bv Invincible, ISM. Worston Lan- cashire, England. Connor, Calgary Repository, Calgary, Alia. GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Department of Agriculture (Cory) CERTIFICATE OF PURE-BRED STALLION The Horao Breeders' Ordinance, N'.U'.T. Chap. 23. 19M The rctligroe of the Stallion Xanton Aston- ishment haa been examined in the department and I hereliy ceiUfy that (he Eald stallion -is ot pure breeding anri registered In a Stud Book re-cognized by the department. Dated at Edmonton this 17lh day of Jan- uary 1907. (Signed) GEO. HAITCOUKT Deputy Minister CLYDESDALE STALLION Torduff Prince, 16841 IMPORTED Brown, stripe In face, off le; black, other legs while. Foaled 43rd May. 1303 Bred by Thomas Beattle, Torduff, Annan, Dumfriesshire PEDIGREE Sire, General Kurokl. (134SS) Vcl 25. Mary, (15109) Vol. 30. By Royal Fsfhlorj1 (10878) Vol. 22. Gr. Dim. Daisy Belle. (1E500) Vol. 28. By Prince William (S938) Vol. 13. GGr. Dam. Daisy of Kirtlebank (22123) Vol. 32. By Prince of Rosa (0195) Vol. 10. G-G-Gr. Dani, Jean of Kirtlebant (22422) Vol. 32. By Lucky Getter (1483) Vol 3. G-G-n-Or. Bam, Daisy of Kirtlebank (6970) Vol. 11 By You'ug Lord Clyde. (7401) Vo. 11. A great big useful horse with size and substance, and last vear nith bis half-brother. "Torduff Star" had the premium in VorksMrc, where they left a very big percentage of mares In foal, and gave every satisfaction to the Commute who had them hired for the season. He fs got by the well-bred hcrse, "General Kurokl" cxjorted Iwo years ngo at a high price to Baenoj Ayrel. CLYDESDALE STALLION Kirtie Fashion, 16667 IMPORTED Brown, white face, four white feel and legs. Ured tj- Andrew BeatUD, Klrtlo Hank. PEDIGREE Sire. Hoyal Fashion, Vol. 22. Dam. Daisy II. of Klrtlebink, (29139) Vol. 3! Br Lord Brown, Gr. Dam, Daisy ot Klrtleuink. (22423) Vol. 32. Dy Prince of Rosa (6195) Vol. 10. C-Gr. Darn, Jean of Klrtlebnnk (22422) Vol 3> By Lucky Getter, (HS3) Vol. 3. G-GGr. Dm. Daisy of Kirllebank, (6976) Vol 11. By Young Lord Clyde, (7101) Vol. 11. A blocks-, thick old fashioned tj'pe, so much prized in Bccillatid and being sired by the well-known Breeding and Show horse "Royal Fashion" he cannot fall to prove a EucrnatM breeding lioree. Tho sire of this horse had a very successful show yard career ond was considered by many leading judges to be one of Iho best horses ever shown in Scotland. Ktrtle Fashion has proved-himself to be a good stock-getter. 'CLYDESDALE 8TALLION Stately Prince, 17521 IMPORTED Bar, stripe on face, three less white, little white on oft hind hoofhead, email Eplatch under girth. Foaled May 28th. 1903. by Meeiri. H. W. Sheddon, Baljernn, CroEimlchael, Kirkcudbright, Scotland PEDIGREE Sire. Radium (I367O Vol. 29. Dnra, of Balgerran, 35. Br Prlr.ce Shapely (10111) Vol. 18. Or. Dam. Kate ot Balierran Vol. 32. By Prince Robert, (7135) G.-Or. Dam, Klrkcarawell Nanny, (4169) Vol 7. By Druid (1120) Vol. 2. GG-Gr. Dam. Klricarewell Trim H13) Vol. 2. By Lary'i Jock, (441) Vol. 1. O-G-O-Or. Dam. Bell. By Johnnie Cope. A useful big quality horse, got hy ibo A userJ! Dig quality noree, got ny rr.e well- known breeding horee. Radium, one cf Hiawatha's beat eons. Stately Prince travelled a premium horae under the Scotilah Board of Agriculture in rhft Telanif fit Tlreo l-i dnqcnn STANDARD BRED STALLION Hooligan, 45730 Bay Black Points Foaled 1905 PEDIGREE Sire, Altamont Junior (3785) Dam. Grace Bracken By Complete (11061) Gr. Dam Daisy By lleporler (11611) A beaullful quality liorse, well built, with exceptionally flne bone and muECle, and very gentle Itlon. He has proved himself a good slock getter, and IE bred from gome of the fastest racehorses In America, and he himself has a merk of 2-10. CLYDESDALE STALLION Royal Descent, 8619 Baj with gray hairs through coat; face off fore and both him] feet white. Foaled May lo, 1SOS. BreJ by Colin G. noss, Calgary, Alia. PEDIGREE Sire, Choice Descent (Imp) (S315H12SI1) Mam, Miss Fly t'rlr.ce Stanley (2113) Gr. Dam. Mlns Cameron, (1651) By Taunahlll (Imp.) 0-Gr. Pain, Toy, (Imp) (625) By McFarlane (238S) G-G-Gr. Dam, Miy, (3171) By Wlnco Imperial (Imp) (74) (125S) GG-GGr. Dam, Moll, (1235) By Monk'and Farmer, (543) G G-G-G-Cr. Dam, Lively By Rootle l.nddlc (1077) Royal Descent ts a Canadian bred liorse. wilh lots of bone aud action. He is sound and has proved himself a fo.il getter. Ills dam Mains" ts a massive mare weighing 1800 pounds. Ills sire "Choice Descent" Is a. big sound horse weighing a ton and is brer] from "Rootle Laddie" having some of [lie Clydcsilalo tilcotl for Hie past len generations and no doubt Royal Descent is [he .best hrod Clydesrlale fiver raised West- ern Canada. He Is rajjgc broke and very easy lo 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 Owners Mr. Welsh is in the City HOW TO SAVE QIRL8 Miss Mary Barlelaie, Chicago wori'r, itft: scinha Hie kilt Iinr antl makesthe .rtlff, In hfir ia nol likeh (r> of parents, In hei lic.v dcralvLiii; fin l-arcnts, S'jch is the opinion of Mfas Mary this oipert on (jlrl (.onscrv.iliDli ad- asJlsls.n ia tlio Jurenlle Ulses: court, who Ilitena dally to tho Etorles o( tempted glrU. Erery girl can be saved, tays Mis? narltfme, anfl she place? the ijlarr.'i CIICP rr Open your homes to the boy friends of j-our ant! the girl friends of your bays. Every Mae a girl wrong boy with her Ki.iv. -.v.'ial ;jif 'J Tiikt nn Inltrt-.d fu iln-l; Coaj llieir ci nfiilcncca jl all llnii-s. Keep your girls ijlcasanlly crnfjloy- ed In their own HOTEL SAVOY j SKATXI.I! and Tn.iilile, BIROPKAN fUff-SI per Jif t Wnh ptc il'j ;