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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 Published by the Lethbrldge Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at Its office, Sixth St., Lethbrldge, Alberta. Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN-Managing Director T. W. QUAYLE-Mannging Editor JOHN TORRANCE-Business Manager PHONE: PHONE: Editorial, Reportorial and New^s Department 122JI Advertising, Circulation and Job Departments 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 voar, delivered .................... $4.00 I year, bj- mail ...................... $3.00 G months, delivered .................. $2 00 raoiith?. by mail .................... $1.50 3 mouths, delivered .................. $1.00 S months, by mail.....................75 1 month, delivered ..................35 1 �onth, by mail......................25 .-\d(lre5Sos changed a.'^ often as desired, but both new and old aridres-;es must be .civen. THE Lethbrldge-Red Cross Dru.c & Book Store; J. G. Robertson & Co.: .Tackson & Co.; .-Vlexandra Hotel; Peo-Iile's Bnip Store; Kenny & .Mlin; Lethbrldge Hotel Cigar Stand. Diamond City-Dr. D'Arc. Medicine Hat - Assiniboia Hotel. Macleod-A, D. Ferguson. DAILY HERALD FOR SALE Cranbrook-Beattie & Miir- piiy Co.; Cranbrook Book Company. Edmonton-Provincial Xews Company. Pidcber Creek-Pr. .McCrea: Mitrliell Drug Co. faber-Westlake Bros. Vancouver-The Wide World Xews Co.; Xews Shop, 44.'> Grainvell Street. Spokane-Janiioson News Co. TOj River Side Avenue. AT Grassy Lake-Grassy Lake Hotel. Minneapolis-Kemp & Cohen News .\goncy. Calgary-Loading Book and News Store, 109A 8th Ave. West; World News Co. Pincher Station - Edward Read. St. Paul-World News Co. Carmangay-Clarence Knol-den. Duluth-World News Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight or more pages, .Tn.l contains a summary ot the news of the week, local and district 1 vear in adv.n.nce .................... 51.00 C months In adwuice ................... 50c THE COLD STORAGE PROPOSITION. THE announcement in our columns today that a local comptmy will in the spring erect a cold storage plant in Lethl)ridge is certainly cheering, and the additional information that the Dominion government lias granted a subsidy of 20,000 to aid the project is still more cheering. We are pleased not only because it promises a fulfillment of an agitation which the Herald has carried on for a long time, but also because there never was a time in the liistory of the south country when such an industry was more needed. The farming industry bids fair to develop all the dlversLBed sides of farming witliin the next few years, and for the dairy, poultry and egg and truck garden branches of our most important industry, cold storage facilities are absolutely essential. The industrj' deserves loyal support. It is adapted to the countrj''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 desired? wheat, what of those Conservative papers which have taken it for granted, and have indulged in such flattering references to Statesman Borden who is sitting up niglils thinking out plans to help the west. No doubt he will be quite as great a friend of the west even if he does throw the farmers down again. Anytliing goes. Both hands held up wliile voting. REGISTRATION OF VITAL STATISTICS. THE figures shown in the report of vital statistics for the j'ear are disappointing so far as the birth rate is concerned, and the Herald, along with the medical health ofhcer, cannot beUeve that the report is correct. Not that we blame Mr. C. B. Bowman if such is the case, and not that the matter is one of very great importance to the community. But the law requires the registration of such statistics, and if it is worth doing at all, it is worth being made accurate. Under present conditions it seems hard to compel 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 a change. No statistics at all would be better than what we are now compelled to accept. It is a simple matter but the Council or the Board of Trade might endeavor to effect a solution. In Ontario, the city clerk is registrar of such statistics. This suggestion might be a start. IS LETHBRIDGE IN WRONG. T'HE general superintendent of the C. P. R. * states that the peoples in the tillages and towns on the Aldersyde hne asked for the change in the time schedule which shortens the time available in this city to about an hour. It is difficult to understand why the people in Noble, Barons or Carmangay should take such a stand. They have very httle or no business to transact on the Macleod branch, south of Aldersyde, and the Herald doubts if the towns north of the Little Bow river contribute much traffic to that system. If the business men of these towns asked for the change it must have been for some other reason, and Uie Herald thinks it is an imperative duty that the Board of Trade should ferret out the real reason. The business men of this city have held get acquainted excursions to these towTis and were always received with the utmost friendliness. There was nothing expressed but the kind-Uest feelings for Lethbrldge, and certainly not the slightest hint was given of antagonism. The Herald does not believe that the business men of the Aldersyde line towns are so small as to advocate a policy of trjdng to make the people of their districts stay at home, and one could hardly conclude that such a policy would prove popular. There are no large towns on the line as yet, although in time there doubtless will be places of importance. The sting in the telegram sent the Herald by the superintendent lies in the fact that Barons and Xobleford should ask for the change. Was it due to opposition to Lethbridge, or merely the usual assenting to a proposal without giving thought to its real intent. OUR POINT OF VIEW ALL READY FOR THE BOOST. E\TERY business man in the city should make it a point to attend the luncheon and smoker in the S. 0. E. hall Friday night. There will be sounded a note which will send the hearer home thrilled with optimism and hopeful of the future. There is certainly no reason why any man should lose faith in his city, and nothing to show "that anyone has, but it is as good as tm invigorating i tonic to get together and talk about plans for shoving the good things along. Life isn't all drudgery, and the social side should not be neglected. Often through a social gathering there is set rolling the movement which gets everyone talking, � thinking and acting along the right lines. Civic patriotism is a mighty factor in building up a community. Let us all get together in one big boost for the best city in the best province in the best country on earth. Be one of the best men in the best city. V. �- THE FREE WHEAT ENIGMA. AND now it may not be free wheat after all. That is the news that comes from Ottawa, and only time will solve this great poUtical enigma. One day it is, the next day it isn't, and there you are. And to think that the Calgary Herald �wallowed its loyalty and put the old flag away long enough to endorse the proposal. Now if the Borden government yields to the interests opposing free wheat the Herald will have to bring the flag out again and there will be flapping loufl im-bughito drown the noise it made in the interests pf the western farmers. >^ And if the government doesn't grant free Now that we are experiencing hard times how would it do to fatten out the banking average by earning that thirteen thousand offered for the capture of Krafchenko. If Lethbridge has a low birth rate as stated at the Board of Health meeting, where in the world are all these children coming from Avho are crowding the schools as fast as they can be built. On quiet days when news is scarce it will be quite the popular thing now to start stories of Krafchenko having been seen in town. He has already been seen several limes in Calgary, but of course the bartenders in that flourishing burg always mix the drinks a trifle strong. Pincher Creek council is well advised in disputing the right of any bond buyer to cast reflections on the validity of a bylaw without showing good reasons for so doing. It looks very much like a trick to escape litibility in an option. There is too much of that kind of work on the part of eastern bond houses. The various churches holding annual meetings this month do not reflect much of the hard times. Nearly every church reported gratifying incrt^ases along all lines. The churches are the most valuable tisstl the comniuuity has in maintaining a high standard of morality and regard for law and order, and should receive the utmost of generous support, ... To Breeders of High-classHorses We have brought into Lethbridge a number of the best IMPORTED STALLIONS ever brought into Alberta, These horses are for sale and we invite you to look them over. The following is a represenative list-there are others in the number: Pedigree of the Hackney Stallion, Nanton Astonishment, 9994 l3 a strawberry roan, of elegant Hackney type, and exceptional pedlsfree, his grandsire being by the word-famed Daue-gelt 174-tlie sire of more winners than any horse, dead or living. Nanton .Vstonish-ment was foaled in 1905. He is one of the most brilliant goers in Canada, his shoulders, knees and hocks working grandly. He has won in the best ot company, and can, and will win again. Farmers should take the opportunity of using him as he is descended from parents who have made themselves and their stock a household name in the horse world. Prizes won:: 1st and Special, Ramsbottom, 1st Colue, 1st Darwen, 2nd Worston, 2nA CUtheroe, 1st Whally, 1st Great Han\-ood, 1st Cllviger, 1st Padiham. It will be seen that he Is bred from the very choicest strains o� 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 $75 a mare; Candidate, London winner; General Gordon. London Winner twice; Rbsadore, London Champion in 1S9S; Royal Danegelt, London Winner 1898; Champion Saxon, London AVlnner; 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. Norman Raid, of Lancashire, England, for $5,000. Sire-Kipling Astonishment, 8531 Dam-Felice, 8884 KIPLING ASTONISHMENT 8531, by Dombey 473S, by Danegelt 17J, by Denmark, 177, by Sir Charles 708, by Performer 550. by Phenomenon. 573, by Wildfire 804, by Fireaway, 208, by Firenway 201, by Firewny 205, by Driver 187, by Shales the Original, 699. D.\M-Dainty, 3647, by Prickwillow, 029, by Denmark 177, by Sir Charles, 768. G. DAM-Rose, by St. Giles, 688, by St. Giles, 687, by Wildfire 867. FELICE SSS4, by Invincible ISOG. by Lord Bardulph 412, by Confidence 158. DAM-Felicity 5308. by Pilot 1323, by Lord Derwent, 418, by Denmark 177. G. DAM-Fan, by Superior, 1401, by Fire-away, 249, by AchllleB, 2. Horse breeders, while paying mucU attention to Qratt Horses, should not overlook the fact that road horses of a good type, with style and action, are very scarce in tills Province, and can scarcely bo 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 Una neighborhood. Raise yourself a pair of Drivers. COPY OF BRITISH CERTIFICATE Patron: His Majesty the King THE HACKNEY HORSE SOCIETY Estiiblislied to promote the breeding ot Huruess and -Military Morses, Hackneys and Ponies 12 ll.\NOVEH SQUAUIS, LONDON, KKG. This is to Certify that the Stallion hercin-al'tor described ha.s l)een duly registered in the books of the Society. N.VMIO-Nanton Astonlslunent, 9994. Foaled 1905. COLOR-Roan, white off fore and hind foot. SIRE-KIpUng Astuiilshir. at, 8531, DAJl-Felice S8S1, Vol. xili, by Invincible, 1806. BREEDER-.Toseph Driggs, Worston, Lan: cashire, England. OWNERS-W^elsh & Connor, Calgary Sales Repository, Calgary, Alta. GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Department of Agriculture (Copy) CERTIFICATE OF PURE-BRED STALLION The Horse Breeders' Ordinance, N.W.T. Chap. 23. 1903 The pedigree of the Stallion Nanton Astonishment 9994, has been examined in the department and I hereby certify that the said stallion is of pure breeding and is registered in a Stud Book recognlxed by the department. Dated at Edmonton this 17th day of .lan-uary 1907. (Signort) GEO. H.AKCOURT Deputy Minister CLYDESDALE STALLION Torduff Prince, 16841 IMPORTED Brown^ stripe in face, oft fore leg black, other legs white. Foaled 23rd May. 1909 Bred by Thomas Beattie, Torduff, Annan, Dumfriesshire PEDIGREE Sire, General Kuroki, (13498) Vol. 29. Dam, Lady Mary, (19109) Vol. 30. By Koval Fashion (10878) Vol. 22. Gr. Darn, Daisy Belle, (16500) Vol. 28. By Prince William (8936) Vol. 13. G-Gr. Dam, Daisy of KIrtlebank (22423) Vol. 32. Bv Prince of Rosa (6195) Vol. 10. G-G-Gr. Dam, Jean of Kirtlebank (22422) Vol. 32. By Lucky Getter, (1483) Vol. 3. G-G-G-Gr. Dam, Daisy of KirUebank, (6970) Vol. 11. By Young Lord Clyde, (7401) Vo. 11. A great big useful horse with size and substance, and last year with his half-broUier. "Torduff Star" had the premium In Yorkshire, wllere tUey left a very big percentage of mares in foal, and gave every satisfaction -to the Committe who had tiiem hired tor the season. He is got by the well-bred horse, "General Kuroki" exported two years ago at a high price to Buenos Ayres. CLYDESDALE STALLION Kirtle Fashion, 16667 IMPORTED Brown, white face, four white feet and legs. Bred by Andrew Beattie, Klrtlo Bank. PEDIGREE Sire, Royal FasJilon, (10848) Vol. 22. Dam, Daisy II. of Kirtlebank, (29139) Vol. 34. By Lord Brown, (12217). Gr. Dam, Daisy of Kirtlebank, (22423) Vol. 32. By Prince of Rosa (6195) Vol. 10. G-Gr. Dam, Jean of Kirtlebank (22422) Vol. 32. By Lucky Getter, (1483) Vol. 3. G-G-Gr. Dm. Daisy of Kirtlebank, (6976) Vol. 11. By Young Lord Clyde, (7401) Vol. 11. A blocky, thick old fashioned type, so much prized in Scotland and being sired by the well-kriown Breeding and Show horse "Royal Fashion" he cannot fail to prove a successful breeding horse. The sire of this horse had a very successful show yard career and was considered by many leading judges to be one of the best horses ever shown in Scotland. Kirtle Fashion has proved himself to bo 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 28th, 1909. Bred by Messrs. R. & W. Sheddon, Balgerran, Crossmichael, Kirkcudbright, Scotland PEDIGREE Sire, Radium (13674) Vol. 29. Dam, Katharine of Balgerran, (33725) Vol 35. By Prince Shapely (10111) Vol. 18. Gr. Dam, Kate of Balgerran (24277) Vol. 32. By Prince Robert, (7135) G.-Gr. Dam, Klrkcarswell Nanny, (4169) Vol 7. By Druid (1120) Vol. 2. G-OGr. Dam, Klrkcarswell Trim (413) Vol. 2. By Lary'.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 tlie Island of Tiree in the season of 1912 and is a massive active horse very good in bone and muscle. 'I'llis horse left a large percentage of colts and gave every satisfaction to the Scottisli Board of .-Vgriculture. It is seldom that a horse o!' this fiuality leaves Scotland. STANDARD BRED STALLION Hooligan, 45730 Bay Black Points Foaled 1905 PEDIGREE Sire, Altaraont Junior (3785) Dam. Grace Bracken By Complete (11067) Gr. Dam Daisy By Reporter (11611) A beautiful quality horse, well built, with exceptionally fine bone and muscle, and veiy gentle disposition. He has proved hiraccl! a good stock getter, and is bred from some of the fastest racehorses in America, and he himself has a maik of 2-10. CLYDESDALE STALLION Royal Decent, 8619 Bay with gray hairs through coat, face off fore and both hind feet white. Foaled May 15, 1908. Bred by Colin G. Ross, Calgary, Alta. PEDIGREE Sire, Choice Descent (Imp) (8315) (12911) JIam, Miss -Mains, (4249) By Prince Stanley (2443) Gr. Dam, Miss Cameron, (1651) By Taunahill (Imp.) (1205) (4745) G-Gr. Dam, Toy, (Imp) (639) By McFarlane (2988) G-G-Gr. nam, Lily, (3471) Bv Prince Imperial (Imp) (74) (1268) G-G-n-Gr. Dam, Moll, (1235) By .Monklnnd Farmer, (543) G-fj-G-G-Gr. Dam, Lively l!y Bootle Laddlo (1077) Royal Descent is a Canadian bred horse, with lots of bone and action. He la sound and has proved himself a foal getter. His dam "Miss Mains" is a massive maro weighing 1800 pounds. His siro "Choice Descent" la a big sound horse weighing a ton and Is bred from "Bootle Laddie" having some of tlie best Clydesdale blood for the Ijast ten generations and no doubt Royal Descent is tile beat bred Clydoadale ever raised in Western Canada. He is range broke .and very, easy to breed. These horses will be in Lethbridge for one week. All horse fanciers are invited to see these horses at the Aiderta Feed and Sales Stables on 3rd Ave, We will sell or trade for other horses. Welch & Connor, Owners Mr. Welch is in the City =1/ K0GA8HIMA DISASTER ALMOST INDESCRIBABLE HIto&hIo, Japan, Jan. 14.-"The dieaster at Kogashlma was almost Indescribable," declared Judge Urabe, refugee from, that town who arrived here today. "On the evening of January 12, the buildings In Kogakhima crumbled up and fell. I saw men crushed to tlie earth as they were fleeing from the houses. "All points to the nortli of Kog- ashima were crowded with despairing refugees as I passed through. Many of tt.eBo people wore so stricken with fear that they resembled clay figures. "Weeping women begrimed with aslies straggled along carrying infants in their arras. Others were dragging with them the sick and aged. "One nonogenarian on the Island ot Sakura refused to allow himself to be rescued, saying he wished to die on the Sacred Isle. He was, however, forced with the other fugitives." NEW PASTOR INDUCTED Medicine Hat. Jan. 13.-The Induction of the Rev. J. O. Watts, the new pastor of Westminster Presbyterian church, took place last night In the auditorium of the high school, when the Rev. John Clark, of Calgary, pro-sided and was assisted by m.iny of the other clergymen ot the presbytery. The service was most Impresslvo and a large number of members and adherents ot the church attended the hleh school Cor tlie occasion. TO ABSORB VANCOUVER BANK Vancouver, B.C., Jan 15-It was announced at the annual meeting ofi th� Bank of Vancouver today that an ar raugcmcnt for amalgamation with another ibank was proceeding It was unanimously decided that the matloi would ibe dealt with at another meeting on March 1. No announcemeni was made of the identity of the bauli with which negotiations were pro ceeding, Jjut it wag thought ilt Avaa tli� Royal. - - ;