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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOOT? THE L.ETHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, JANUARY !5, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 Publiehcd by the Leihbrldge Herald Printing Co., Ltd.. every Ijnful evening at Us office, Sixth St., LelhfcrJdge, Alberta. Canada. W. A. Director T. W. Editor JOHN Manager PHONE: Advertising. Circulation and Job PHONE: Editorial, Repsrtorial and News Department 1221 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I rear, delivered Si.CO 1 year, by mail...................... 6 months, delivered 52.00 f tr.ombf. by mill.................... SI.50 3 mratts; delivered 3 ir.cr.lbs. fcj mill.....................75 1 month, delivered ..................3? 1 by as often ss desire', bin tolh :n-.v .icj eld addre.-ies m'Jft be gives. HERALD FOR L ethb rids Red Cross Beattte Lake LaVe Bool Store; J. O. Cranbrcoi ertson Co.; Jackson Ketap Cohen Co.; Alesacdra Provincial Agency. ple's Store; Kenny Leading Book cr.d Mliu; Lelhb'Wse Pr. W3A fill Ave. Cljar Dr-Js World Xews Co. Diamond Dr. Wesilaie The Wide Station Edward Read. Medicine Hat Asstafioia Co.; N'eas Shop. 445 Granwcll World X'eivs Co. Carmangay Clarence Hid- News A. D. Kiver Side World .Vews Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every in eight cr moro ana contains a summary of tbe news of the aud district lvearina.jT.ir.ee 51.00 C months in r.Jianre................... 50c THE COLD STORAGE PROPOSITION. TlilL aniiouiicciiifiit in our columns today that ;i local company will in the sprinfi erect a cold storage plant in Lclliliridgc is ci'rlninly cheering, and Ihc inrorninlion Unit the Dominion government lus granted a subsidy of to aid the project is slill more cheering. We are pleased not only because it promises a fulfillment of nn agitation winch the Herald has carried on for a long time, hut also hecause there never was a lime in the history of the south country when such an industry was more need- ed. The farming industry bids fair lo develop all the diversified sides of farming within the next few years, and for the dairy, poultry and egg and garden branches of our most important in- dustry, cold storage facilities are absolutely essen- tial. The industry deserves loyal support. It is adapted lo the country's present needs and should therefore appeal to investors. It is a valuable addition to the city's industrials. It will fill a need. What more could be ilt-siivu" wheat, what of those Conservative papers which liave taken it for granted, and have indulged in such flattering references to Statesman I3orden who is sitting up nights thinking out plans to help the west. No doubt lie will he quite as great a friend of the west even if lie tloes tlirow the farmers down again. Anylliina goes. Both hands held up wlu'le voting. REGISTRATION OF ATTAL STATISTICS. TlHE.figures shown in the reporl of vital statis- tics for the year are disappointing so far as the birth rate is concerned, and the Herald, along the medical health officer, cannot believe that the report is correct. Not that we blame Mr. C. B. Bowman if such is Ihe case, and not that IVie matter is one of very great importance to the community. But the law requires the re- gistration of such and if it is worth doing at all, it is worlli being made accurate. Under present conditions it seems hard lo com- pel registration of birth. This might be made easier if the registration office were in the city hall or court house. Probably the, government will see it that way and make s change. No sta- tistics SIiaK-i inu Original, C99. 3C47, by Prlckwillow, '629. by Denmark 177, by Sir CJmles, TCS. Cr. by St. Giles, CSS, by St Giles, 657, by Wilddre SG7. FELICK SSS4, by IiKlnciblo 1SOC. by Lord Bardulph 412, by Confidence 15S. 530J> by Pilot 1323, by. Lord Derwent, 41S, by Denmark 177. G. by Superior, 1401. by Hro- away, 249, by Achilles, 2. Horse breeders, while paying much at- tention to Pratt Horses, should not over- look the fact that road horees of a good type, with style and actiour are very scarce In this Province, and can scarcely bo found at nny price. It cot bo long before Roadsters will -bring the price Drafters are bringing now. Hackneys have stylo, ac- tion, good bone. lots of Btnmlna anil are a general all round horse that will bring the money. The above horse's gets have brought somo fancy prices In this neigh- borhood. Raise yourself a pair of Drivers, COPY OF BRITISH CERTIFICATE Patron: HIE Majesty the King THE HACKNEY HORSE SOCIETY Kilabliahort to promote the lirei-dlny ot Harness ami Military Hack- neys ami Ponies 12 HANOVKit KQUAIIK. LONDON. This is to Certify thai the SEaltlnn limm- sfter described hag been duly registered In the books of Uic Rorleiy." .Utcnishmeiii. 3394. Foatcij 1C 03. wlilto foro snd fool. nt, E531. Felice SSSi, vol. sill, by Itivinclble, IS 06. Hrigsa. Woratoti. I.an; cashlro, Connor, Calgary Sales Repository, Calgary, Alta. GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Department of Agriculture (Copy) GERTiFSOATE OF PURE-HRED STALLION The Horse Breeders' Ordinance, N'.W.T, Chap. 23. 1903 The pedigree of the Station Nanton Aston- ishment has been examined In the department and 1 hereby certify that the said stallion Is of pure breeding and Is registered In a Stud IJook recogulaed by the department. Daled at Edmonton thia 17tU day of Jan- uary 1907. (Signed) GEO. HAHCOURT Deputy Minister CLYDESDALE STALLION Torduff Prince, 16841 IMPORTED Brown( stripe In face, off fore leg black, other legj while. Foaled 23rd May. 1903 Bred iy Thomas Ik-attic, Torduff, Aiicnn, DumMeEElIre PEDIGREE Sire, General Kuroii, (13493) Vol. 28. Dam, I-ady Marjr, Vol. 30. By Royal Fashion (10S7S) Vol. 22. Or. Dari, Dalsj Belle, (16500) Vol. 28. By Prince William (S93S) Vol. 13. G-Gr. Dam, Dalsj- of Klrtlebank (22123) Vol. 32. By Prince of Rosa (61S5) Vol. 10. G-G-Gr. Dam, Jean of Klrtlebank (22422) Vol. 32. By Lucky Getter, (HS3) Vol. 3. G-G-OGr. Dam. Daisy of Klrtlebanlt, (6570) Vol. 11. By Young Lord Clyde, (7101) Vo. II. A great big useful horee sizo and substance, and laEt year wlih hts balf-brother. "Torduff Star'1 had the premium In Yorkshire, where.tiiey left a very bijj percentage of mares in foal, and gave every ffttlsfactlon--to tho Commute who bad Uiem hired for the season. He Is got by tho well-bred horse, "General KuroSl" exported two years aeo at a high price to Buenod Ayres. CLYDESDALE STALLION Kirtle Fashion, 16667 IMPORTED Brown, white face, four white feet and legs. Bred by Andrew Seattle, Klrtlo liaok. PEDIGREE Sire, Royal Fashion, (10S18) Vol. 22. Dam, Daisy II. of Klrlleliank, (23139) Vol. 34. ny Lord Brown, Gr. Dam, Daisy of (22423) Vol. 32. By I'rlnce of liosa (6195) Vol. 10. frGr. Dam, Jean of Klrtlebank 122422) Vol. By Lucky Getter, (14S3) Vol. 3. G-G Gr. Dm. Daisy of Klrtlebanli, (f.S7G) Vol. 11. By Young Lord Clyde, (7101) Vol. 11. A fclocky, thick old fashioned type, so mudi prized in Scotland and being slrea by the -vell-kriown Breeding and Sho-A hor6" "Royal Fashion" he cannot fall to prove a successful breeding horse, The fire of this horse had a very successful show yard career and was coasidern.1 by many leading Judges lo lie one of tho test liorses over Scotland. Kirtle Fashion, haa proved himself to bo a good stock-getter. CLYDESDALE STALLION Stately Prince, 17521 IMPORTED Bay, stripe oa face, three legs white, little white on oS hind hoofhead. small splatch under girth. Foaled May 1903. Bred by Messrs. R. W. Sheddon, Balgerran, Cro'smicbael, Kirkcndbfight, Scotlauu PEDIGREE Sire, (13674) Vol. Dam, Katherine of Batgcrrau, (33725) Vol 35. By Prince Shapely (10111) Vol. 18. Gr. Dam, Kate of Balgerran (21277) Vol. 32. By Pilr.co Robert, (7135) G.iir. Dam, Klrkcarswell Xanny, (4169) Vol 7. By Druid (1120) Vol. 2. Dam Kirkcarswcll Trim (413) Vol. 2. Jock, (tit) Vol. 1. Dam. Bell. By Johnnie Cope. A n-eful Lig quality horse, got by tfce -veil- known breeding horse. Radium, one cf Hiawatha's liest tons. Stately Prince travelled a premium horfe under the Scottish Board of Ag-lr.ulturc in Ihn Island of .Tirce in the season, of 1B12 and is .a inasslve active horse good in bone and muscle. This horde left a large percentage of coHs and gave every satisfaction to the Scottish Board of Agriculture. It is seldom that a horse of this rualily leaves Scotland, STANDARD BRED STALLION Hooligan, 45730 Hay Black Points Foaled IPOS PEOlGREE Sire, AUamtmt Junior (37S5) "Dam. Grace Bracken fiy Complete (11067) Gr, Dam Data? By Reporter (11611) A beautiful qualify well built, with exceptionally fine bor.e and muscle, and very gentle dispos- ition. Ho has proved himself a good Etock galler, and Lrcd frora come of fa steal race-horses in America, and ho himself lias a of MO. CLYDESDALE STALLION Royal Decent, 8619 Bay with gray linlra thro'ian coat, face off fore and both'hind feet white, l-'calej May 15, lired by Colin G. Unas, Calgary, Alta. PEDIGREE Sire, Choice Descent (Imp) (S315M129U) Mara. Miss Mains, (I2W) Hy I'rir.ce Stanley 12113) Gr. Dam, Miss Cameron, (1651) By Tanr.nhill (Imp.) G-Gr. Dam. Toy, (Imji) Uy .McFarlane (23S8) C-ll-Gr. llam, (3471) By I'rlncc Imperial (Imp) (74) (125S) G-O'C-fir. Datn. Moll, (1235) Hy Monttlncd Karmcr. (513) C-Q-O-Mr. Dam. Lively tlf uirillo Lailtlic (1077) lioj-al Descent is a Canadian bred liorse, nHtli lota of bone nnd action, lie Is sound and has Iirovcd himaelt a fml setter. His dam "Miss .Mains" la a massive maro weighing vounds. Ills sire "Choice Descent" is a big sound hors w These horses will be in Lethbridge for one week. All horse fanciers are invited to see these horses at the Alderta Feed and Sales Stables on 3rd Ave. We will sell or trade for other horses. Mr. Welch is in the City 9 Owners KOOA6HIMA DISASTER ALMOST INDESCRIBABLE Hltoshlo, Japan, Jan. Msler at was almost In- dtclared Judge Urnba, refugee from thi! town Arrived licro tcrlay. tho ovpnlrig of January 12. the Srj Kftgdrlilrria crtirnbled anil fell. I saw men cnjaliMl to Hie farlh as they were (Icclng from the "All points to ttio 'north of Koe- (rm were crowded with despairing i refugees as I passed through. Many of ti.ejio people were so Blrlcken with fear that they resembled cTay figures. "Weeping women begrimed with I straggled along carrying In- fants In Ihclr arms. were dragging them the sick and agcd.j "Oji6 on the lalanJ of Sakura refused lo allow hlmseil lo bo rescued, saying ho wlahcd to die on Ike fiacred Isle. He was, how- ever, forced with tfie other NEW PASTOR INDUCTED Mcdlclnn Hat. Jan. Inrl-.ic- tlon of tbc Ilev. .1. 0. Wnlls, Hie n'jw pastor of SVcfltmlnster Presbyterian church, tcok place last night In tho auditorium of the high school, when the Key. John Clsrlt, of Calgary, pre- sided and was assisted by many of tne other clergymen of the presbytery. Tho service was mofl Impressive and a l.irgo numher of members nnd nd- licrcnis of tho church Attended tho high school for tec occasion. TO ABSORB VANCOUVER BANK Vancouver, B.C., Jan was aa- at Iho annual meeting of Hank of Vancouver today that an ar- rangement for amalgamation with a other bank was proceeding It unanimously decided that the matte would Jir- dealt with nf pnoHior mcc Ins on 1. No arjuoimcejne] was tnado of Iho Identity of the with wlildi negotiations were tml It nas thought it was Ltu Koyal. ,._ ;