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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta I'AGE FOUR THE 1.KTHBRIDCK DAILY HEKALD SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 191-1 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 Pubiishtd by the ttthbridi t Henld Prlntlnj Co, Ltd., tvtry lawful evtnlr.j at Its office. Suth St.. Lethbrldgt, Alberta. Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN-Managina T. W. Editor JOHN Manager PHONE: Advertising. Cireufatlcn Jcb PHONE: Editorial, Reportorial and News Department Departments 125-2 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, by luiil 53.00 J2.00 0 by mall S'-M a Slivered 3 months by 1 di-Hieud 1 rjoalh. Uy cfcanse-1 as often 35 desired, tat bolh cew and old WUM K> piven. 1 veir, delivered 6 months, delivered HERALD FOR Red Drug i Book Store; J. G. Bealtie Jlur-Vliy Co.; Cranbrooa Lake Grassy 1-tUe Hotel. ertson Co.: Jacfeso.T Kemp Coher. Co.; Alexandra Hotel; Agency. pie's Drug Store; Kenny Leadtug Book Mljn; Lethbtidss Dr. Stori'. Jl'SA Slh Ave. CUar Urup World Co. Station L'duarj Diamond Cr. The Medicine Hat Co.: N'ews Shop, 443 Gratiwell News Carmangay Clsrei-ce Kiu-l- Jamlesua News A. D. JUver Side Sews Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD P-iblished evetf Wednesday In eisht or more pases. anJ contains a sumn-.irj1 of Ibe ucws of thev week, local ar.d district Si.00 0 months in advance 50c 1 year in advance THE REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS I X connection vrilh the recent reference lo the registration of vital statistics a reader has drawn to the attention of the Herald the fuel Ihat the law in this province does not make provision for punishing those who neglect to register the liirth of a child, unless he has refused to do so after being -warned. Such a provision as lhal is useless as no official is in a position to keep tab on nil the births in a community daring a yiar. It is extremely difficult lo gel the foreigner lo realize the need of registering, and conscquently Ilierc arc many birlhs which are never accounted for in the public records. In the case of deaths a burial certificate cannot be obtained without iirsl registering, and the obligation to register n mar- wliich prevails in this young country uf inex- haustible resources, and lo the spirit of the busi- ness men which does not become daunted be- cause happened to be passing through a year of exceptional dullness. There isn't the slightest rcastm for doubt as to the future of these towns. Tiiey have Ihe goods iind t'iin ilelivt'-r them on demand. Situated as they are the towns only await the natural de- velopment which comes wrih population, and the coming west of industrial enterprise. Letiiiiricigt: will have a bright future and become a line city. No one doubts Ihat, and there is also no doubt bul thai Macleod and oilier towns will also thrive as Ihe years roll round. It is simply a case of! keeping the goods well displayed in the front win- dow, and Ihe town of Macleod for its size has e rests on the clergyman performing the cere- done nobly in the publicity line. 11 is a good pol- icy and one of Ihc worst mistakes the town coun- cil could make would be lo cut off the granl for Ihe Board of Trade. The board is doing a great work in keeping the claims of Ihc town before the world and publicity counts in town building just as much as it does in business building. All cred- it to business men who have foresight and faith. Men without a vision have nu place in Western Canada. nage mony. No one is really obligated to report a birlli and yet in many respects it is much more important that-births be registered than mar- riages or deaths. In the case of litigation in -after life it is very comforting to be able to produce a certificate of birlh, especially as the of legitimacy is so often raised by unscrupulous litigants. The rule in Ontario is to make the at- tending physician equally responsible, and a pen- ally of twenty dollars is provided for neglect. If some such penalty were provided for in Alberta and a few stiff applications made of it to delin- quents it would probably result in a more com- plete registration of birlhs. The government could with profit to the province consider Ihe ad- visability of amending Ihe law dealing.with the collection of vital statistics. OUli POINT OF VIEW SITUATION IN LETHBRIDGE. A North Lethbridge reader writes chiding Ihe Herald for saying there were no unemploy- ed in this city. Our friend is mistaken. He must have read his paper up side down. The Herald did not say that there were no um-mpioyvu in Lethbridge. What we did say was that there were not hundreds walking the streets looking for work as in other cities. The Herald said that there were the usual number oul of employment due to Ihe season of the year, which is to be ex- pected, and is unavoidable no matter how brighl the times might be. We are not trying fo pain Letlibridge by applying the rose brush loo thick ly, but -we think that any man who knows any thing about the.'industrial conditions in oilier cif its will agree that Lelhbridge is particularly for tunate in that during the past two years of quid ness in this city Ihe army of transients liavi gone out, and the big majority of our own pcopli have been employed. We have refrained from'giving this city it just (Juc and have stood for a.lot of from outside sources just because we did not wisl to altracl Ihe unemployed here, and we can as sure our crilic that when il comes lo standing fo Lelhbridgc, the Herald is on Ihc job all the tiiiii and with the best of them. KEEP THE TOWN ON THE TIE optimistic strain which runs through tli reports sulmiillcd nl the :mminl meetings the Boards'of Trade of such towns as CnnlM 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 Give Die wesl free when I. Any old excuse goes when in a hole, seems o be the molio nf the federal government on the aval question. About 'he sunniest thing in the way' of news; ppearcd in the Calgary Herald yesterday, igured out thai ten Liberal Senators might die] Ilis year and then the gavcumii'iit would have ontrol of the Senate. It is loo early in Ihc year lo praise the Com- nissiuners, but it might not he amiss lo say lie slart made looks good from Ihc roadside. Because the odor of the monkey-house in a Chicago zoo resembles that of llic imizzle-loud- ng street cars in Ihc Windy City, supporters of Ihe Darwinian theory have come forth in an "1 [old you so" attitude. Wonder if Darwin's "De- scent of Man" mentioned the similitude of odors. and Mnrlood is a line Iribulc lo Ihc hopefulness A case just heard in Calgary will have a large bearing on real estate Iransaclions, it being es- tablished Ihat equity in land cannot be destroyed through inability to meet payments. II has been customary lo Irjdge every agreement of sale with restrictions but it appears as if these iigrccincnls arc not in accordance with good law, and con- scqucnlly when :i man pays in money on a pro- perly he is entitled to lhal much equity no mailer dial tlic vendor may say lo ihc only exception being of course a slump in values which would make it impossible lo sell the pro- perly for the equity claimed, ;i most unlikely oc- currence. It may possibly have the effect of lying up land and making subsequent transferrals diflicull, iiul there is no doubt but that when a man invests in real estate lie has the liglif to own lit lo Ihc extent that he has paid for if. A STALWART PASSES [Moose -Taw News) In Uifl death of the HOT. Dasld Laird. Dominion Indian Commission- er, Cf.nada loses one of her great and strpnuous" stalwarls. He ivas neces- sarily .of Oio'empire building type, a rsan of Inflexible leavened a. wholesome nature ivhicri made for the upllff of humanity. .There generally z man for peculiar limes in naUbn-slructure, and Ihe Dominion frmnd in tiio-late Mr. laird, ons.pre- eminently fitted tor the delicate and largo atfmltiJstraUon cf Indian affairs, r trn dated back to 1A7G wlien be was In Ihe fulfilment of the duties of fclaUppoif.uJ Lit-ilenanl-Oovc-rnor of the office he shn-sf'tl aJiundpnt rtso'jrcc and 'courage and wiltial infu.'ed into work ttat Rpirit of comf.rtlitnslon Mr, Laird was essentially a news- paper man. At an early axe he found- ed a In Charlotlctown, P. I. for 37 years he keenly i-'l with this publication. H my be said that he cou'd never lull the pro- gained for him Uic dual re- fpcct of Indian ard Kovcrnmcni. Mr. Lalrd'a last appearance In the west, in a public capacity, at Ihc llmo cf the csU'jliah'menl of the lor Jit tcoinod always lo'gel vincfal government. It was anxl-jback to It, ilvyn Boning a. ciy of those prominent in Saskaldiu-1 tho Inltrior ami whrn li wan affairs that he hr present at tiieiwan [rtst the allolleJ of h forllicorninj! Indian at Iwenl back (olilr iH-Fk with the fervor For associations west-'of young manbooJ. Is a sltaivberry roan, of elegant Hack- ney type, acd exceptional pedigree, his belus: by word-famed Dane- gslt of more any borse. do-id or living, Asionlsh- luont was fo.iled in 1P05. Ho Is oye of lEOSt brlUbiu goers in Canada, fats shoul- ders. and liocks wurklng- won in the bm of corjyany, acd can. and ivill win again. Farmers should the opportunity of uslny him as tu is uesceuded from parc-ots u-bo have made themselves ur.d their clock a name in the world. Prices 1st and Special. RarasboUom. 1st L'olno, 1st nar-sren, 2od 2nd CUtheroe, 1st Whally, 1st fircal Harwood. 1st Clhiger. 1st Fadiham. U will seen that he Is bred from the very choicest strains of-Hactney blood, having no less tbari three crosses of Denmark blood in his reins. Many of the greatest Hackneys of the present day are descended fro a; Deamarli such as: Danc- 3e3t, sold for Connnugbt, Champion, cow serving .mares at a Lcndoii Champion, also serving mares at a mare; Candidate. London, winner; General Gordon. London Wfuner London Champion in 1S3S; Royal I-'ondon 1S9S; Champion Saxon, London Winner: Lord Melton, London Winner; and a host, of other famous winners. Toltce, bis dam Is a areat prize vflnner. She has won over 200 first prizes, in fact, was .seldom beaten. She was by Mr. Xorman Reid, of Lancashire, 'for 8531 88S4 KIPLING ASTONISHMENT S53I, by Doinbey 4T33, by Daaegclt 174. by Den- mark. 177. by Sir Cbarles 70S, by Perform- er DoO, by Phenomenon. 573. by Wildfire by Fire-way, 20S. by Flrcaway- 201. by Fireway M5, by Driver 187, by Shales the Original.' S99. Dainty, M17. by Pricksillow. 629, by Denmark 177, by Sir Charles, 76S. by St: Giles. CSS, by St. dies, CS7, by Wildfire S67. FELICE Invincible 1S06. by Lord Dardulph by Confidencq 15S. 530S. .by 1'ilot 1323. by Lord Derwent, 4IS, .by Denmark 177. G. by Superior, 1401, by Fire- away, 24S, by Achilles, 2. Horse breeders, while' paying much al- tentlon to Draft Hcrses, should not over- look the fact that road horses of a good type, with style and action, are very scarcu in this Province, and can scarcely be found at any price. It will not be long before Kcadsters will bring Ihe price Drafters arc. bringing now. Hackneys style, ac- tion. good bone, lots of stamina and are a general all round horse that will bring the- inor-ey. The above horse's gets have brought some, fancy prices In this r.eJgh- borhcod. Raise yo-jrself a pair of Drivers. COPY OF BRITISH CERTIFICATE Patron: His Majesty the King THE HACKNEY HORSE SOCIETY lOslabllshed to proinoto Ihe breeding of Harness and .Military lloreca, llnck- neys and Ponies 12 JIASOVEit SQUARE, KND. This is to Certify that the SLilIlon herein- after described has been duly registered In the books of the Society. AMculeliiucnl. 9931. Foaled 1505. white off fore and hind foot Astonishment. S531. 8581, Vol. xill, by Invincible I860. Briggs, Worston, Lan- cashire, Knglaud. Connor, Calgary Sa'.es Catgary, Alia. GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA i Department of Agriculture (Copy) CERTIFICATE OF PURE-BRED STALLION The Horse Breeders' Ordinance, N.W.T. Chap. 23. 1903. The pedigree of the Stallion Xanton 'Aston- ishment 0991, has been r-xamined In the department and I hereby certify tliat -the said stallion is of pure breeding and Is registered In a Stud Hook recognized by Uie department. Dated nt Edmonton this J7lb- day of Jan- uary 1907. (Signed) GF.O. HARCOURT Deputy Minister- CLYDESDALE STALLION .Torduff Prince, 16841 IMPORTED Brorn, stripe in face off fore teg black, other legs white. .Foaled. 23rd May. 1S03 Beattie, TordnrJ, Annan, Dumfriesshire PEDIGREE Sire, General Kuroki, (135SS) Vol. 29. Dam, Lady Mary, (15103) Vol. 30. Jly Royal-Fashion (10S7S) Vol. Gr. Dam, Daisy Delley (16500) Vol. 2S. Dy, Prince William (SS36) Vol.'13. O-Cr Dam, Daisv of Klrllf (22423) Vol. K. By Prince of Hosa Vol. 10- G-C-Gr. Dam, Jean of KlrHobank t224221'Vol. 32. By Lucky Getter (1483) Vol. 3. Darn. Daisy of Ktrtlebank. Vol. 11. By Young Lord Clyde. (7401) Vo. 11. A grecl big usefEjt hc-rse with size and sub3tanco. and last year with his half-brother. -Torduff Etar" had the-premium In Yorkshire, There they left a very bis percentage of mares in foal, and gave every satisfaction to the Commute who bad them hired for the season. He is got by (he wtll-bred horse. "Ger.eral Kurofcl" exported two years ago at a high price to Buenos Ayrts. CLYDESDALE STALLION Kirtle Fashion, 16667 IMPORTED _ Brown, white face, four white feel and lege. Ured by Andrew Deatlle, Klrllo'Uank. PEDIGREE Sire, Royal Fashion, UOS4S) Vol. ?2. Dam, Daisy II. of Klrtlebmi, (2D139) Vol. 3i. By Ixird Rrown, Or. Dam. Daisy of Kirtlebank, (22423) Vol. 32. iJy Prince of Hoaa (619S) Vol. 10. G-C-r. Dam, Jean of Kirtlebank (22422) VDI_ 32. By Lucky Getter, (I4S3) Vol. 3. GG-Or! Dm. Daisy of Kirllebank, 11, i By Young Lord Clyde, (7401) Vol. 11. A blocky, thick old fashioned type, so much prized in Scotland and being-sired by the 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 ond was cbnsloered by many leading Judges to ho one of the best torses ever shown In Scotland. Kirtlo Fashion has proved himself to be a good stock-getter. CLYDES.DALE STALLION Stately Prince, 17521 IMPORTED Iter, stripe on face, three legs while, little while on off bind hoofhwd. small splatch under girth. Koaled May 28th, 1909. fired bv Messrs. R. W. Sheddon, llalgerran, Crbesmlcliael, Kirkcudbright, Scoiland PEDIGREE Siro, Rnrlium (13574) Vol. 23. Dam Kalherlne of Balptrran. (33725) Vol 35. By Piir.ce Shapel) (Mill) Vcl. IS. Gr. Dim. Kate of lialgerran Vol. 32. By Prince llobeit, (7135) G-Gr Dam, Klrkcarswell Nanny, (4160) Vol 7. fiy Druid (1120) 'Vol. 2. G-G-Gr. Dam KlrfccaraveU Trim (413) Vol. 2. By Laiy's Joc'n. HJ4) Vol. 1. O-G-G-Ov. Dam. Hell. By Johnnie Cope. A useful bis luallty horse, got by Ihe well- known breeding horse. Radium, one cf Illawatha'3 beat Stately Prince travelled a prerainm horse under the Scottish Board of Agriculture in the Island of Tirce In the of 1912 and-ls a massive active horse very good In hone end This horse left a large percentage of colts and save every satisfaction lo the Kcotlish Uoirrl of Agriculture. It Is cr-Worn that o horse of this quality leaves Scotland. STANDARD BRED STALLION Hooligan, 45730 Bay Black Points Foiled'1605 PEDIGREE Sire, Altamont Junlcr (3785) Dam. Grace Bracken liy Complete (11957) Gr. Dam Daisy By Reporter (11611) A tcautlful finality horse, well built, with exceptionally fine bone and rnuicle, and very gentle dispos- ition. He has proved himself a Rood stock getter, and Is bred from EO-.S of Ihs fastest rncchcrscs In America, and he himself has a mark of 2-10. CLYDESDALE STALLION Royal Descent, 8619 Bay with gray hairs through coat, face off fore and both hind feel Rhtlc. Fcaled May 15, 1808, Bred by Colin G. Ross, Calgary, Alia. PEDIGREE Sire, Choice Descent (Imp) (8315) (12911) Mam, Miss Mains, (42t9) By Prince Stanley (24J3) Or Dam, Miss Cameron, By TftUijahill (Imp.) G-Gr. Dam. Toy. (Imp) (639) By McFarlanc G-GGr. Dain. Lily, By Prince Imperial (Imp) (74) (12bS) 0-G-O-Or. Dam. Moll, (12351 By Monkland Farmer, (513) OO-G-fl-Or. Dam, Lively By liooile ladrtle (10T7) Royal Descent Is a Canadian bred horse, with lots of bone and action, lie Is sound and has proved himself n foal getler. His dam "Miss Mains" Is a maeslve inaro weighing 1SOO po-jnds. His sire "C'hoico Descent" is .t big found liorso weighing a Ion and is bred from "Bootle having some of Ihe besl blood for Ihc past ten generations and no doubt Koyal Descent Is the bred Clyfedale ever raised In West- ern Canada. lie 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, Owners Mr. Welsh is in the City F.vcn Ihongh Ihe Ltllihridgc Municipal Itnilwny didn't prove n howling success (inancialiy in ils first full year of operation, wo are nof in Ihc position .of being required to write as Ihc Montreal llcrnld, which says: "There arc two ways of going about establishing (he relation between a tramways monopoly nnd people if serves. Om' wav looks fo fnir treatment for bolh .Ihc interested p.irlies. Jhe other way Cooks lo unfair Ircnlmcnl of the public and unscrup- manipulation by those in conlrol of the. company. "The people have to have 11 slrccl railway service. The people do not have to submit lo seeing their necessity made Ihc inslrn- mcnl of satisfying the greed of a few at the expense of llic many." Kvcn if we do have lo pay nilber high for ;i few years lo be. bosses of our own .system, we. have Hie satisfaction of knowing that when prolitsdo materialize, they will not be gobbled up by f, monopoly; :....-.r. ;