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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta News From The Camera Canada Increases Population til (1) Hunting still goes on in Ireland in spite of the troubled state of the country. Picture shows General Powell, master of the meet at Dun- boyne, Co, ifeath. breeding of hunters is a great source of revenue in Ireland. (2) Miss Kilbum, well-to-do young lady of Minneapolis is the first woman to do business with allying machine. She how earns- lier' own living carry- ing passengers at a- minute. (3) Ladies kennel (how at Westmin- ster, London. Some French bull-pupa at the shew. (4) Royal servants entertain a Royal audience. A scene ia tbt farce in- titled "Exceeding the speed performed before King in Scot- land. (5) A pure breed Aberdeen Angua boll, in Saskatchewan. (6) Princess Cecile of Prussia, the little daughter of Ex-Crown Prince of Germany. This photo was taken by order of the Crown Prince in ejile to be used in newspapers in connection with never was .used. (7) The Irish Ward Union Staghounda bold their opening meet, A stag was captured after two hours chase. (8) Admiral de Robeck, British High Commissioner at Constantinople the Armistice, is to call at Athens, Greece. (9) M. Reibel, Under-Secretary of State for France, reviewing" the old French flags, which were taken by tte Prussians in 1870, and now gireii back.. Pure Breed Aberdeen Angus Bull, three years old, weighs pounds; his name is Eurotug of Glencarnock 2nd. Owned, by F. M. Lee Sons, Marchwell, Sask. Mr. Lee Sons have several of same breed of cattle. Canada Sets Pace In Population Increase AMO STURDY ClklD MEW MOMt IM CANADA The most ruccntly published population fljurea, issued in 1920, five the Dominion of Canada a population of The 1911 census gftve Canada a population This showa a 22% per cent increase for tha intervening nine sear In 1871 the popu- lation numbered only so that the increase in fifty years is almost 120 per cent. This is by far the highest rats of increase ex- perienced by any country. According to the latest cmsiis. the United States made an increase of 14.9 per cent, in the decade just closed M against 21 per cent, in- crease in the decade 1900-1010. Thi. considerable decrease in attributed, by the Census Bureau, to a falling off in immigration. Older countries, tuch aa the United Kingdom antl France, that an almost wholly dependent on tXeir birth rate for increase and where immigration is negligible quantity, make little er no progress in swelling their population statis- tics. Few European countries reach- ed eren a B per. cent, increase in the pant ten years. Annexation of terri- tory and changing of boundarien ef- fect unprecedented and de- Jut theae creeses in some instances, are abnormal. Canada's pace is far ahead of the ether Brltlek It ia dominions in proceaa settlement, offering similar attractions and gor- erned by like conditions. Australia records a population of increase of a little 17 cent, over the Itll New Zealand's 18 cant. her number of inhakitanta to while the Union of SMtb Africa increased its white tion between per cent, during the pwt eight rears.' Theae figures an irrefutable deuce of Canada's popularity in the eyes of immigrants. According to a recent survey, the intMiiig eriinaett in the British [ales uaJer Settlement Setaau, tWsaeeiwa M be- lag owwMMiarly fir their future borne. It most net during pet cent i period tlast the iwaa merit TOaWBfkt launigrattes. to a standstill. Witk of bantam and UM of steaanWp asntee, ia ftawtof hi le attadUe conUnwaa tttct of a BMT ;