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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta fMGE FOUR THE I. ETHRUIDGE DAILY 1119 It A L. D FRIDAY, FKHltb'AuY 13, 1911 THE LETH BRIDGE DAILY HERALD ty Lfl-.S A. ESTABLISHED DECEMBER Herale Prim. r 3 Ca.. M its tfl'xt. Sixth St., Lt Altffca. Canaan. >v T. Managing Editcr Manager PHONE: Circulallcn and Jcb DAILY S'-ES S', C3 '.V. L: I'.-o-. -ivs Co. Gr.irsy fia'.H St. PJ Lika CoTieti lloji: -nfl .-i: Xc.v5 Co. ttalian K-Jvv.'rj DjlLlh- Co. ri- -V.'ord Nor. i. Co. iy of [lie uoivs ol tbe SIR. JAMES WHITNEY'S RESIDENCE r IMPORTING FOODSTUFFS. lat 'Simkist" 'Oranges with 'Sunkist" Spoons JN Ti'fwitit Ilievs jili' :uv i Slisus upon il UK workiiig men, ;it U'iist, to thai Jjliu' wist cverylliius! to lose and imthing to by conliutially opposing every policy advo- .ji'iitfd by Ihc fanners of the Tiie ninchin- 'ery are no worse than any other uuimfiii-UiriT in lhe cnsl. They are a unit in so! 1'iir as opposing any tarilt1 concessions to lhe :ue concerned. It is for the inaiiu-' fai'luror and nollim" for lhe farmer so far as Where Onlario's Premier is Recovering His Ii three cents a dozen uirvel? (Hit un the I not only eating eggs hyc.il; liy I'iiilul Stales bens, and have .t. :i.-lu.dly lhepn.vi.ms frail of th, hen ilUall (he way from I ,rnmfnl [s iu The government owe, its o fionr liiuU prolib.bfc market ijiid why should we nol lake a few _r in pxc'hans'e. And not only arc Tfl 0 THU m T 1 I U 1 1 1 ll _ d f Kcsig 111 CXl'IuiHElt'. AlHi Mui -......c-; ...nnj 1 IbiKill K) 111 in .Minnesota and in China, but we we. jpiTSsion largely as a result. DW m which hundreds of thousands were public opinion in the east, anil London, Feb. could-eas- ily smash- ttrilish t-inpirs ilay's deince .in parliamect if you tried to interfere jWltli the autonomy granted to. iis -was the statement of I.awla Harcourt, Secre- tary (or tHe In Parliament today. He was i tment morej by.-tlie to an amend- rnembers ncu, which were grown ii, i ii 'CSl IS a "1USl SCVCTC of Cocoas to i" iij nji.ii. i tfress iu reply to lhe King's Sreecb. AU tins: rc.-ds funny, doi-sn t it, when we nre sup- I The Labor members hart urged ihat Jiosed lo he nnr of tile world's "reatcsl 'J'hc guvonnnont is under obligations to pay the eorcrnmcnt 'wiihoW assent liirtt I'oiinliirs The c'ucsliou the debt and the payment is made on the'lo the Mil Or Premier Louis Botha be one of of wheat growing! basis of no rhiinge in Ihu tariff. Under such an arrantfc-mcnl iho farmer.s suffer and thnro i v j In the meantime wp. have Iu eat imported eggs' !t might be possible lo bit hard at the mumv aiul make our.soup oili of imported jtras. Yvhy ifacltirers and lead lliem lo a more friendly frame! no! Ii I us have Ibe duly off and cheapen cost mind if .the fanners were lo insiilute a Lwmlrits but we vyill not be truly great unlit, we ihe farmers suffer and there seems. glow all llial is (ieinsndcjj in lhe liltle hope of relief iinlii there is a change j ;d bome'iind have ijuite a surplus lo-seud abroad, jat Ottawa. In depottlns tbc labor leaders after thp recent central sirlko there. Vyittiout defeuding the action of! the Botlsa government, Mr. Ilarcourt pointed out that there "were in South AJrica only I'.ISO.MO whites to 051) natives, who when'.wort liaj ceas- ed at tho rhtnes, became buugry and dangerous. He added: "That IE the on every one j was sMlng In South Africa." Mr. Harrnurt declined lo advise the Kliig'to wllhol'ii his sanction from Uie blil'li It passed, and he declared that sncn advice would be entirely unjust- ifiable. He urged the speakers dur- ing tlio'1 debate to be careful of the sensitiveness of the self-governing I Dominions, and to refrain from say- i Ing anything deioeatory to an auton- j ompus government. While you are eating luscious, juicy, tnngy, seedless "Sunkist" oranges, you are delighted with the magnificent silverware you are getting for your tuble. You always order "Simkisl" oranges because, llicy.nre tha finest, richest, selected fruit grown anywhere in tho world. Picked and by cloved eleaiu'st of all fruits, Thln-skinueJ, fibre-less. Not a Seed in "Sunkist" Cut the trademarks from lhe wrappers around Sunkibt" oranges and lemons and send them to us. Select silver pieces from our 27 different" premiums. Every piece the famous fagi'is StnatiM'J A-l silver plate...... The Kogers oranRe spoon shown above is sen! to you for 12 trademarks from "Sunkist" oranges or lemons and 12 cents. Trademarks orange amllemonwrappcrscount same as "Sunkist." In remitting, send amounts of 20 cents or over iu Postal Note, Post Office or Express Money Order. Buy cranfts by llu tcx, hall-tox or Item yvnr denier. Send your name for cmr complete free premium sheet and Premium Cluh Plan. Stud all enters for premiums and all inquiries (isco Cal iforaia FmitGrowersExdiange 105 Kiel Slrclt. Lut. Cor. tbjrch TORONTO, ONT. The Scott Fruit Limited LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA WHOLESALE AGENTS FOfl SOUTHERN ALBERTA AND THE CROWS N EST PASS. AUSTRALIA ENCIRCLED --'BY WIRELESS STATIONS Otrcn Smind Is to have a new 0. i T. Ti.'station of Jreased bric'K. i Every Point of Con'.lnent'a Miles of-Seaboard Reached by System. JohnEon, eastern Canad- ian, has Ijeoii aptiolnted cnEincev for the municipality of Saanlcn, B.C. the consumer.- THE PUBLIC ..LIBRARY. icrs should lisivc fairlv eneral lo erect the CariU'Sie colt of Ihcir Iml'foc sticli a 'move lo sticccisfu! I'nurc would have to be united nclioii; janil it is (juilc doiihtfii! if flic fullest co-opcralion j could he secured in the mailer. It seems to HID {HernId that Ihc fanners linvc niore lo gain Iries niiido iinicnnlilc to renson by sonic oilier niCiins. The ballot box is (lie place to bit them mid if UK: farmers ;tre sincere in their demands Ihc.y will be n unit in voting against the candi- dates of the Ollrr.va government when Hie oppor- lunily presents iiself. To boycott the Canadian manufacturer of machinery would mean buying that made in some other country and the Herald has .yet to learn that one company is more generous to- wards the farmer than the olher. i support in the 10 i-ix-ti un: against the government so pronouncedly library tins year, there .s nol much reason tor [o lh.m hy j hoping for an extensive revival of budding movc wWch UQl be ity for iinolhor year and to build the library TO ljovcolj lhc mighti wctild provide some v.ork for tbe budding u ctrccl a c] n js; irade.i. The money lo pay for it is coming ,JlU ,o ovcrlnrow lhc yovcrn. j Mr. Carnegie iind will nol cost lhc people v.hjcll ,las ears fm. d l.elbhridge one dollar. There will.be a charge: (jons for maintenance bui thai would not appear fs atlraclivc al nnv timcl lhc taxes until 1913. at lhe very ear and Jike Jo sequenlly there is every reason to believe that it would nol add much to the burden of the cily. Hy lhe end of Ibis year the commissioner of finance have !he finances in good shape, wilh Nitre will he liltle difficulty in the upkeep of lhe library. The. cily IK tt's a library badly. There is no place where n student can gain access io works of reference) mid the only people able lo keep a privale lib-! wry are the rich. The poor people and the Zens generally would benefit by lhe library antlj 'lie Ik'iaM hopes that lhe commissioners will have a'united cily al ihcir hacks in'mil'mily pro-, vidinji fur a much needed addition lo city's! iiicililirs, but ahti giving work to the building trades tluring the rjuiel period.' The proposal of] Kdmoiilnn is lo spend fourlecn millions in nisiyor is an exceptionally happy one and .improvements this year. Must be Irving to keep diKTUs the commendation of every good citi-ipacc wilh all those millions the Dominion gov- w-n. jerninent is going to spend in Calgary, THE FARMER'S OPPORTUNITY. h "'dined to fake a lenient Ivicw of divorce under any cirenmslances, but A I'liicha- Creek correspondent the Her- case looks'like one where the ln.lv fT. aid if lhe farmers of Western Canada in ,ho of rj. would nol he jnslilied :n boyctillmg Haslern Can- adian machinery if the government refines (lie boon of free whoal. The He-raid cnn-j H ex- that- headaches, biliousness, indigestion, heart irriUfidn arid- nervousness are very often caused by-tea An ordinary cup ot tea or coffee contains from to 5 grains of caffeine, and from 2 to 7" grains of tannin. Therefore, the simple, way out of tea and coffee troubles is to quit'theao harmful beverages and use tho pure food-drink London, Feb. is mak- mknts- Indeed no other countrj- In tbe j world has realized to a-greaUr ex-1 tent ttie'valub of the !new telegraphy, and no ccunfry has [set atout t'jrnirtg'H to EO -The TV hole of-the- great. -j jtment Jifis now teen encircled by i chain 'of'-wirelrss Blatloos, and today! I'thcre ia'-not'a its miles i lot seaboard whicli is not in a' day; 1 wireless zone of 400 miles and a night zono of 1500 miles. Ultimately there will, bo 31 chief stations! M present 19 aro open and j these are situated at lhe folio wing places: i Pertb, Adelaide, Melbourne, Hobart j Sydney, Brisbane, Port Moresby Thursday Island, Jiount fJam- f Hockhainpton, Gerald (on, Cooh- i towiit TownsvHIe, KurlSj Hinders, hori Darvrla, Wyndham, Hoeboiinie, Broom. EJght of.-these, namely, Sydney, Brisbane, I'ort Jlorscby, TJiurpday IR- and, Pertlii Adelaide, Melbourne and Ioliart, work coulfnuoualy dny and night, and tliey have an official 2000. miles. A- far greater range n this may, howerer, he establish- ed. The Port Darwin .slaiion, rcceraly coinpitted. for insLince, has already! established a new world's record by projecting messages which have been :ed up 0000 diatanl at u sta- tion on All ships using Australian ports which carry, more than fifty persons, passengers and crew, must now he equipped with wireless Ins Ml Eat Ion and must carry one or more csrlifled operatorflt under lhc new navigation act which has just received roynl as- sent. This applies to foreign going eSlips AS well us to those engaged in the largo passenger coastal trade of Australia. It [s absolutely free lromi these- drugs or any harmful sub- stance. Made only from prime whl-al (roasted) and a rmall per- cent of molasses, I'oatum contains .the rich, nutritious values of llic is a genuine food-drink, I'ostnm ccmej In two REGULAR rnust-be .well boiled. 25c pack- agta. a Rolnhle pourtftr. A teaapoonful stirred in a cup ot hot wnter, with cream and BUgar, makes a delightful TnnanLly. and 50ft tins, The cost per both hlnda about thy same, "There's a Reason" for POSTUM sold grocers everywhtro CANADIAr4 POSTUM CEREAL CO., .LTD., WINDSOR, ONT. Civic Relief Officer .Turnbull. of Edmonton, offered threo of the un- employed "leaders'" jo1J3, which they refused, and when Turnlull wns ad- Fsing n gathering of three hun- dred workltss, one was for Inciting lo riot. Husky Boys Cal! "FORCE" "Great Stuff" It's just tlic kind of break- fast a boy really likes. It's easy to eat and good to taste. Youngsters thrive on these steam-cooked flakes of finest wheat cooked with mall. Try it with your folks for a week. TQAiTED WHEAT FLAKES Midoby A Tho H-0 Company, Hamilton LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE DEPAUTUKKS EFFECTIVE FEB. 6, 1914. TRAIH TO 511 Dally (Kiccpt Siinaay) Medicine Hnt Dally Medicine Hnt S13 512 5U S55 Dally Sunday) ..........Crnnhrook .UaUy ...........................Cranbrook (Ktccpl Sunday) Dally fiuntlay) ..........Cardslon Daily (Kxcopt SunOay) ..........Oreat Kallfl HOUR DEPART, 21.40 15.5f. 4.15 17. If, AHRIVAUS FROM HOUR ARRIVAL Sunday) ..........Mcdidno Hftt................ ........Medicine lint IC.'-'O 2-i.S-j n.w TRAIN NO. 512 Dally 511 Daily f.H' Dally fKict-i.t Sunday) 613 Dally Cranbrook lid Dally (I'xccpt Sunday) 5M 5CI '.Canifslon Dally (Kjtcpl Sunday) Orf-at I'alla 10.2fi ;