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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE I.ETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, AVWi, 17, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD JWJ W-bllshtd by trie tethbridLf Hersld Printing CcC Lid., every at (U office, Sixth St, Lcthbrlije, Canada. W. A. Olrectoi JOHN TCiBRANCE-BuIiim PHONE: Advertising. Circulation anl Jc> Otpartmenll 1252 PHONE: Editorial, Heportcrisl and Newi DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES J4.00 1 year. ey mall f raomhf. b) mill................. 11.00 S months, by 1 raoMh. delivered -35 1 ureti, oy rcall.................. chansee is alien as desired, but both r.evr ar.d old ifldressts mutt oe JellweJ h" M.W KEKALD FOR Red Cross Drus fc Book Store; J. O. Bealtie Murphy Co.; Cnnbroci Lake lloleL ertson i Co.; Jackson Kemp A Costa Co.; AleiacJra Hotel; r.-UTlaclal Agency. ple's Slorc; Kecny Leading Book bad Allia; Dr. Store, 10SA Ate. Bret World News Co. Station Edward Diamond Dr. The Wide Medicine Hat Co.; News Shop, 115 Granwell World News Co. CarmanBty Clarence Hctel. A. D. Jamleion Xews Co. 705 River Side World Xeiri Ca rear In advance THE WEEKLY HERALD Is eight cr more' psses. ecd contains a summary of the news .ot tbi weet. local and district ...'..I...'.-'. S'.'OO 6 months In advance................... 50a HAWffUfi AT BUDGET DEBMf OR. SOWABDS SAYS FREE THAPC WITH WOULD SWAMP CANADIAN FAHMIR DESERVES ENCOURAGEMENT. IF the success ot the dance held in aid of the Cricket Club is io be regarded, in- its as an earnest of the encouragement cricket will receive in Lelhbridge, then the signs are hopeful for seeing the game well established. It is to be tsgreltcd that cricket has not obtained Ibe popu- lar hold bere that other games have obtained. It may be put down to the want of knowledge of the pastime from the absence of opportunity to ucmj ire the same. II is unfortunate thai in our climatic condi- tions football is played during the season in which cricket finds vogue. This has a great deal to do -in militating against the popularity of the summer game. But Ihere is no need why the two should if sufficient enlhusiasnuis aroused, plenty of "opportunity iridulgiEg in cricket. ii From -a spectator's point of view there is iplhing parlicularly thrilling about cricket. It appears This again is -due to waul of familiarity with the tfame. To those who are seeking to establish cricket in popularity in Lethbridge much praise is due. They should be encouraged in their endeavor to i-reale an interest in il.- Crickel has this to ils ijredil, above all other sporls, in its hapng ac- quired the reputation of being cTciean game. It mil only provides for the quickening of tlie sensi- hililies of eye and touch, ;but inculcates a. moral lone in those who practice it. The rules -and Ira- (jilioiis of tlie-gmne have so dignified that. the saving, "it is not has come to forciblj ixprcss the contumely with which any unfair action is _, For ils physical, as well as its moral use, .cricket needs the position il lacks 'in this cit} amungsl its popular games. Uut neither children nor parents can be blam- ed for this condition of things. The fault.lies in the scheme of our modern education. I) is hope- ful, however, lo sec that our educational authori- ties have now realised this, and vocational teach- ing will lend not only to revolutionize modern education, hut io. remedy the many defects under wlu'ch it has suffered. Teachers have, been impressed with their re- sponsibilities in making children fitted for the real occupations .of life. Iii this the convention just over will be of inestimable-use. Bnt to be of any value the ideas brought forward, and the new plan of education, should receive the careful thoughl and encouragement of those wrjo have the first responsibility, Ihe parents of ihe child- If Every Penny Counts With You "Force" should be your choice'bf cerealsVFor 15c you get a tightly packed box of rich, crisp flake i wheat with malt." I I There's more real value an'd body-btildlng food in one package of "Force" than in three ot the "flufly" cereala made from' grains. And taste is really delicioua. the H-O TOASTED WHEAT FLAKES BT THE VALUE OF THE CONVENTION. convention of Ihe teachers of Alberla has OtJK POINT OF SET- RECORD Hon. A. J. Paid Price Ottawa, Afrit budget bale ccntiiueJ to occupy tbe attention ot a limited number cl iixnbers .whn hare returned to tbe capital "alter the Easter' holidays. Several speeches were made, the long- est and a halt huur. ci- tort. ii) Edwards, Conservative member tor FronlenM. He produced a' mats' o! statistics to prove that the C.ifr.dlan firmer cannot eipect io lipjlja perniinent market tor his lirpiiui'tB in the United States he! wo'ild be swnmpeA was free trade In foodstuSs between tbt countries. Dr. -Eiwjrds tiousnt the farmers cf Canada were fpUtted tc more, protection and ask- that the duty on meats be Increas- He.also tbought butler aad be. Riven more protection to lit adranUse of the tamer. ..'j IS EAST AVIIAID 'i--A.. McCorg, .Uberal, North Eswi, on the other hand, adviied free wlieat 'iid tree He (he minister of fmance for 'having' ol the dilcnlnc ma- chinery on. the Iree list. He saU U the farmers the west were r.ot ,gtsen free wheat, they would prob- ahly 50 In lot mijed larming aiul'be- :'fo'nie' tjanjeroas competitors of -tamers' o! eastern Canada. North York, could not people rwnaln in itt west if conditbin are as bad as 'Shield .by. Liberal speakers. He. de- cliifd himsell 'as beicg in accord with '-.tile policy announced by the milliter It means permanence .coadltions in Canada. Devlin, o.f Wright, said the ''gbTernnent ot the day gives way to "the demands of ruoAulacturerE when they are made, while requests farmers, laboring claim ar.d con jiiinieTs'generally, are ignored, the ipollcf of the government, he said not 2 national policy as intend .it bj. its fraraer, Sir John Mac b'Jt a'Policy for tbe'raahu Sacturers of the present time, Hi tiurnbam declared agalns ree wheat. Families Are Buying "Sunkist" Oranges by the Box or Half-Box Enjoy the rich, delicious meat and sweet, tangy juice of ruddy, thin-skinned, seedless "Sunkist" v Hive thi.p golden fruit for breakfist, dessert and "between meils." Cleanest of all 'by bare'hands. AH the pickers and. packers of "Sunkist" oranges and lemons wear white cotton gloves, "SunVijt" oranges are the fin- est, juiciest oranees in the world. fiberless. in "Sunkjat" Buy them by the box "or half-box. That is cheaper than buy tog by the down. They keep (or The teachers have gone. A Calgary paper says some'high prices obtained al the autumn bull sale held on Wed- nesday of .this week.-; Is this a new brand? fhe assurance that Lethbridge is to gel he big Percherbn exhibit for (he fjjir, fanners of the south will know Oiat .they can see the best n the equine world.if IHey-'altend. It ought'to a big drawing card. We hope the C. P. R. will recqnjwier, and de- cide to fulfil Ihe promises inaije Ipsl year that the LelhbridgeAVeyburn line-wqyld be complet- ed this summer. The needs il, and there can be iio excuse that we haven't1 wailed long enough. E- Atcheion, general: agent o't the C: who iiu a Ttal- tpr in tiie city jMlerdayi'wai very emphatic bli deer-riptlon of-the. re- cent Calgarr bull sale. HJj that there eKrf at this m'eetlngMbiC1 larmen-and'tiriped- eri' wanted' the' be'af'obUIuWe; aid wire 'Kllllnj to pay the price iorvlt "There were sor4e'fine'ipeclmeii 'put iip'for sale." 'said' Mr. :AfejiYf "and the Indicationi are ihat Is r'apidlr rcoiDinF .to the front1 ai .a iireVtoct 'prodactnTt that the teit'anlmait'a're tslns uiti Hon. A. J. the'hiiiheit price.of the JSSO.for'.a rearlinE Shorthorn .bull, -jrUth'ie has ient lo his (arm at' t 1' _______ MOVE WHjCH GOE 'TO THAT O AS POWtR .'IS NOT CHiA'PEST Ask for "Sunkist" lemons hill'-.of thatthey go farther than other lelnons; "Tij Sun- kill" or cold. Ltmoiis flavor to'fish, meats and salads. flofcn Sihrer with Cut the trademarks orange and lemonwrapptrsandsendthemtous. [erent premiums, nil Rogers Standard.puariin- tied Silverware. Exclusive For orange spoon seed 12 "Saattst" Orange, or Lemon Wrappers ami 12 cents. "Red and kmon wrappers count same as laremlttW, >ead imouots ceali or byir by Postal j Kote, Post Ofice or Express Money Order. BW "Sdnlrit" Orancet and Your .Send your came ini] full address for frfe premium sheet and Premium Club plan. Addrets all orders [or premiums all Inquiries to (in CiGfwua Frak Growers Scott Fruit Co., Limited .........'..........ALBERTA JALE AGEN'TS FOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA-AND THE CROW'S NEST PASS. KKWS Sipe lias returned from Havre, Montana, where arid will work on tbii-raUroad: extension this sum- mer. ,i i Sajuuel Cross has -built a fence worV. Mr.' Cross .went .io.. the Hat this week aiiJ .vvill; return with 'a team ol.horscs. James a loart of fence rosts ajid_ pUicr material from Havre last wceV. so many cuttle rimning on.Vtic ti'nfrnccd range, the horapstcailcrs; against t xi hhv'houW anij garden iot, and j serious problem in protecting thai 'eincct growing crops this-rear. OTHER VIEWPOINTS At the same time the Spectator regrets lhal Ihe govomnienl could'not see ils way clear to grant the "free wheat" requests of the western and that our Canadian wheat would be de- raded by mixing, the Spectator believes that at mes il wouid IK; an advantage (p (he western armer lo have access to Ihe United Slates mar- el. .Mr. White held out some hope Ihjjt the ques- ion was not finally disposed of, but Ihe whole iUialion in his opinion would be materially al- ercd by Ihe opening of Ihe new routes of Irans- orlation, such as the Panama Canal and the fudsoa's Bay on Hie itidgct speech. come, to a conclusion. II should not, how -ui _ i farmer. In spile of the plausible economic argu- tver. bo regarded as merely a passing event m c, T i. mcnl lo Ihe cfTccl that the pnce is fixed at Ltver- the-social'lustorv of Lcthbndge. leachei-s BIU! V nnt illlrl Ilinf nllr PannillQn u'lunit u-milH Iv. schools, it is true, are every-day and for this reason Ihcre is a danger lhal they are apt to he regarded as commonplace. From society's point of view teachers do not occupy the prom- inenl position they should fill when their-status is compared with those in countries ivherc edu- cation-is looked on as tjie basic foundation of national prosperily. Considering the responsible pmijion which teachers of the young occupy, particularly in a hew-country such as ours, llieir relation to so- riely cannot be ovcr-eslimaled. In plac- cd'llit: of moulding the character nf a nation lo he. If this is sufficiently gauged by Ihe'public Ihen we shall see a grcaicr.inlerest taken in education, and it will thereby gain in timvcr by UKI general sympathy and jft-hich it needs. .The convention just over is one" which-wil DOcil rviiiuiHitriiiicciiy mil oniy iiic .luuchcrs.theni ..selves, but by all in Ihis city and in Ihe province In it a prominence lias been given to a system o editcMion'whicli, in Ihe encouraging arid .de WH mark aii epoch in the evolution o tip-lordnjc cibjcaljpnal.ideals which make fo general prosperity. Bu! fhe'convention hns also cffccled a useft purpose'in laying bare the defects of our cdnca lion. If required men, like Professor Hobcrlson HERE'S 600D JEWS FOR We hare Mod {or this town who has adjr farm U itoon (joulrU, 1 tis about arenedf (or. iodi. and dyspepsia ijich fiili in as to offer it 700 cm per- Knal (iianntec that tf it'doet'qot Medicine Hat, April Ogil- 'vie conpaiy are applying to tit city fori electrjcl power to sub- In operating their im- mill. In the past they have generated their own electricity ivlth1 (he use'of gas. but- Ihe manager, Mr. Arrasjrbng, has found cost genrtatirig 'will mor'e-than the' cpst: the electrical power would te Irora the city. -The city o! power, Mr. Taylor, to the News today that a prff t heen made 'to the company, wfcjcti.would prohlbly >e accepted, so probable that the city'will supply .the plant with all ot their power from the, electric plant. About 13CD h.p. will required lo fun the mill, with a minimum of Younmdbeso trie Jaice, aid in rapid aad dijesfion of the food, and help to quickly rettore the stotnach lo a cornio4able, (.healthystale. Theyahoaidpsatly actiwi. are >oid and in ot the smaller fhe advantage 61 installing a large jlSM-li.w. generator at fhe .city's rer-ylzr-t is now trteinning to be as it would have been 1m sjfcn; to.ofler power to the com a smaller type been in- ________________ by us. Three 2ic, aid D. HlElnbothara stalled: STRATriCONA DONATION TO.JEALIHO FUND JAtidoti, April StraJhcona hVi. contributed flCOO-to the New- foundland neallng' ditaster fund, which now totals t "On Hie larger question of free .whealf the vest had a right to speak wilh a weightier voice of authority. Wheat growing is business of he west. The Telcgran consisfenliy insisted,