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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE tETHBMttGE DAILY HEKALtf Fridny, May 3, T01g sixth L.thbrlij., Cinjdi. W. SJUCHANAN Minifllni olr.ctor T. W. QUAYLE Manning1 Editor PHONE D ftiiwtorlil, And N.wt L'spsrtra.nt 1224 JOHN TOKKANCE MiniQtr PHONE: Circulation And Job 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION 1 rttr delivered H-00 roar, m ..4 I raoShs .IJ.OJ by mall J monthn d.llverod 1 month, by mall 1 month delivered SBC. THE DAILY AT Crow Druj M.dloine M. Norltiim. 'Book J. 0. Robertson and t Co.; Jackiwn Co.: Alex- Atchliuon. J. Mitchell: Diamond City Drujr Co. Wide People'. Store. 4 Co.; a Hamilton D. L. McCrea. .Brown.. Broi. Street Drug Book Jamlewn News Company. Co.. 706 Fsrnl. AlM.cn ill C. P. Train. THE WEEKLY HERALD Published Wednesday In elf ht' or more posei, and cont summary of tht of tho wwk. locafand district 1 rear In advance 6 months In advan '.li.Sfl- -'3- months in advance toe. M ARTIN WOOLF and John Par- rish are, estimable citizens of the Cardston constituency, hut the fnct that the former is a support- er of a progressive government, will warrant the electors giving him their support. Mr. Wooif is well fitted to represent the conitituency. He has always in- terested himself in public affairs. He is well Informed and can express Ins lucidly and convincingly. There is nb question'.but. that-he will rank iiigh as a debater on the floor of the, Wooif the Man to Elect Legislature. Cardston should see that he Is elected by a good majority. H-a carried the party convention and has the support oE a united party. On 'the other hand the Tory nom ineo. was switched into the candidat UTC. was not given to him by the party convention but was .dealt ou by a few party leaders, ivho turned down coldly and bluntly two men, who had received more votes than Mr Parrish. The latter is the candidate of a few Tory dictators from outside the riding and not the' choice .of a free and untraraelled convention. If the Provincial BtruoUoii occurs predicted tha rolloi will mil dUtrlbutal through out the province. The south will have throe, the north and the centre one.' A man named Brydlo halllui! from B. 0. attempted to got In on the land rmh without (ho formality of lus. His name being Drydle the cops had no dlfllciilty In checking him. A Taber minister Is forccil to resign on account of tho stnrvatlon salary ho Is given. It Is a crying shame the way ministers are paid but very little Im- provement can -be expected until there la a union of tho churches. The officials of the First Baptist church have have extended a call to Professor Mode of Brandon. If the Professor, acceuls the Baptists will have an excellent modo of doing things. For a town of its size Cardston has more substantial business blocks than any other town in Alberta. The busi- ness men have abiding faith In the town for they are investing their mon- ey in spliiudid structures. long ago the Tories. were be- rating the people in the Cardston dis- trict who voted for reciprocity as dis- loyal. For the next couple of weeks' will Willis they are ftnMt people on this green earth, it election time, you know. Jack Brtilihiw didn't soek the no inatlan In the CardBton dlitrlct. contented. to itand because he strongly urged, to tlo.so. Ho -ma good fight and lost, but ho islands hit In the regard at the party and his 0 oortimlty to enter public lifu serve the dlitri'ct, which know, hi at an enterprising and resourcof citizen will conio later. Animon Mercer is still postman! at Magrath though he has been no (ted that his successor, Jlr. son, has 'been appointed. Probnb the Tories are holding Jlr. Rnamusae out of. the job to see whether he ca deliver tho votes in Magriith to Pi rlsb, the man whom he defeated in tl convention. Rev. Griffith Thomas is right. The: is too much competition amongst tl churches, BO much so in fact, thnt tl average layman is forced to conclui that each denomination is iiiibui with the idea that through it is th only proper means of gaining salv lion. Tho sooner the Protestan churches drop their petty i-ivalrie and practlcii economy of men an money the better it will be for th churches and the cause of Chrlstii ity. Qthen flmh Will Apples be Cheaper? TS Cv I', H. nas mafle siinsi ial reductions in its car lot freight rates on fruit shipments Jroin interior points to Yancouver.and the prairie provinces. These reduc- tions are said to average over 10 per cent, leas than the Tateg formerly in vogue. With regard to the same, and the influence they will have on the rruU-srowing industry of British Co- lumbia, the B. C. Fruit Growers' states, that the reductions will be inaugur- ated at an .opportune the outlook for a large fruit crop this year is very prom5smg, the young or- chards throughout the interior having virtually sustained no damage by frost during the past winter. An en- ormously increased acreage will cpme into tearing this season. AS an illustration, Jlr. Agur'- ni tioned that Salmon Arm. -ulstr which has hitherto been a small fac- tor in 'the- will probably forty carloads of apples fall. .Many orchards will yteld crop this year. The total 'number apple trees in tint, district mated at The outlook in the OJtauagan Valley Is also very bright. .CrAnything'wfiich tends tq. reduce the price _qf- fruit, such as, apples, will be hailed >vith' delight prairie pro- vinces. It Is a'boon. which is greatly need-ad. Will apples year be cheaper? or will the producers live up to; the, tariff on outside fruit in regulating their prices? This is what will be anxiously looked forward to ay prairie-dwellers, and which exper- ence alone will answer. Home Work H OMB WORK is the most arid, delusive, inhuman an-d incon- sistent thing that has ever "been perpetrated. Everybody knows that home work is diahoneit, and any- thing tending io dishonesty should be abolished." So spoke MT. George Locke, chief librarian for the Province of Ontario, at the nideting of the On- tario Educational Association a few days ago. The matter of home work for school children, has been the sub- ject of much earnest thought and dis- cussion among educators, parents and students fof many years. And while not very many would give expression 'to such strong and emphatic language as that used 'by Mr. Locke in the quo- tation given, there are many .who feel very strongly that the practice'erf hav- ing home work for children is wrong. Parents complain that their .children have so much studying to do at home that they have no time for play, for music and to help in the little chores they can do around the home. Chil- dren complain that they have so much I "work to -dp at home that they have no time for play. Hundreds and thous- ands of teachers see with sorrow their pupils coming to school day after day -With', lessons prepared who work at their studies, not eight, but nine, ten, twelve and often more hours than that day after day. Anyone who has any doubts on the subject can easily veri- fy these, statements. It is not right but the blame cannot be placed.upon the shoulders the teachers; th-e parents or the pupils as such. lault lies .In the education- al'system that tries to crowd the edu- cation of a life time into the few years of a chile's public school life. A mere desirable system would length-en the public school term making the course for each year include only such work as can reasonably be covered thor- oughly during school hours. The num- ber .of subjects studied need not be reduced; that would not be desirable, but the intensity of the study of these aubjecta might well be dismissed; It Is not that too many subjects are taught but that too much ot each is attempted. The course ot study should 'be so arranged that no child of public school should be compelled regularly study at.home! It ia a wrong principle not in accordance with the ideals of a 'modern educa- tion. Walt Few iChicago Tribune) Household hint: Don't trade your old furnace for a new icebox just yet. Between Two Firei IQttavra Free Press) The Peerless Premier of the Pacific province has taken the bit within his teeth, and has started out for his own New We-jtmin- ster.'on the, shores of .the Fraser, but lue old Westminster on the to declare that Canada will not be sat- isfied with any naval policy which will not provide a fleet unit upon the Pa- cific ocean and thus that aid to the Empire which ig necessary in the interest-s of the and of Brit- ish Columbia. 1 He does riot care what the C6S Of the" NltUbualtbta iii WMWBU be. He n'as-'ho-regard to directly by-Mr. Mc.Bride with his d rnand that the Pacific fleet unit sha forthwith 111) laid doivn on the shi yards, and by the.desire of the Ott "wa ministers that nothing shall -I) done for a little while longer, whi "we shall have consulted the Admi ally." It Is an interesting situation, an one as to which the Liberal parl need not worry. The worrying now done by the other fellows. Double Back Action go you a dollar you can Ink of a rhyme, right off, for "Hur Spud the weeds. Put the life out of early spring ny. Why think of exchanging Sli'ton for Michener? "Low is .the Tory.rule now at nominating conventions. They iviil -find that is all the low man will win, too. Rasmus3en led the poll al the Card- ston Tory convention but. the Tory leidors prevented him getting tho nomination. Lord High Executioner' Laurie has BOTwrwriiGnt'lob liat It doesn't" prs-; Tent ;him from being.an active parti- can. Ileciprocitj- is ntlll a live iaaue In the Cardston dlstrlqt. Krery refer- to aurketi at tlic 'Liberal convention was. enthusiastically plaudod. 'The Tories in the'Cardston constit- uency arc beginning to show signs of (ear. This is quite natural when there is a prowling around, If that cabinet pans out. according to rumor the, .colony of Honorables in the province will be greatly increas- ed. Martin Wooif is a fighter and John Parrbh will find it out before the campaign in thq Cardston district has progressed .very far. V.'llli Oryan favoiftblu io iwiii Clark and Wilson, it might bo con- jectured that Bryan figures on a dead- lock nt tho Democratic convention and that the two leading candidates will agree on -him on account of his frittnd- Ijr attitude to them. in view of a provincial election': in Quebec. He knows what he.wants, and he is going to have it early presentation of his views to the Admiralty can bave any effect, be- fore Hon. J. D. Hazen gets across the Atlantic and submits the policy of the Borden government, if it has one. What Richard McBride care about conditions in the east as to naval policy? Nothing, r; His. not to worry about the desire of ,s Nova Scotia, the Federal Premier's prov- nce, to participate in the naval pro- gramme, and to have the Naval Col- ege located in Halifax. .His not to stay awake nights conaiasring how the nterests.of.St. John, represented by the Minister'of the Naval Service, can IB so protected as to keep the division air between that port and its rival, -Inlifax. .His not to decide about the point, as to whether. Canada shall .d its own navy or contribute the price of several Dreadnoughts, as ad- rqcated 'by the "Imperialists" of Oh- ario and Montreal. A tlset unit he must, and will, have.' It is not the'firet time that-Mr. Mc- Bride has crossed the to check- mate th'e plans of a Federal govern- ment. The-last time it was to embar- rass a Liberal but now as is making trouble for his own party friends. On .the previous occa- sion he got little satisfaction, because Sir Wilfrid Laurier persona grata with tho government in Downing street. Now, however, he goes over (if, indeed, he is not now In England) to force his opinion upon :the Admir- alty in advance of those to be pre- sented .by'a.Dominion government of hie own party complexion. What will he Perhaps, when Premier Borden hears of the move, he may leave his spring golf games and his speaking. to banquets at long range, and ,come honio to see what is the matter. Meanwhile the Hon. Richard is on the ground, cr is nearly there, and he .will be able to say that his policy is a clear and de- finite one, and one in consonance with the request'of 'Mr. Mc- Kenna at the defence conference of whilst tho Borden government has no policy, or cannot have any pol- icy, until after May 15 when the at- tack upon the.Liberal fortress in Que- bec will have been decided. Thus the Admiralty will be besieged R thi on." on. Not That Kind In response to an appeal from th Sliest in suite 114, the night clerk p the botel bad sent up a bottle of riiik for her little Rupert. Again the telephone bell rang.. .'i.'ii> "Mr. Clerk, please send a wita a "Can't the little chap drink it ou of a glass, "Rupert, sir, is_a pus dog." .Hjrjj'on the OWer One Qne hot Summer, day a Kentuck; beau to order boxiof to his lady love At the same time he also purchased a design .for the funeral of a friend. On the card for the box he wrote: "Hoping these-may help you bea the heat." The. other card bore the one- word "Sympathy." Very soon, the girl telephoned Thank you very miwh forrthe flowers but why did you write "Sympathy" 01 the card7" BALL MICROBE REVIVES (Canadian Courier) Once more the Are filled and hope; Once more the daily papers Are full of wondrous dope. Once more is conversation Adorned with startling terms; Once more the open season For active baseball germs, Once more 'tween crowded benches The yelling youngster goes, With candy, gum and peanuti And no respect for toes. Once more heroic Win momentary fame, Or smash the air to fragments- Repeating Casey's shame. pnce more the friendless umpire Is viciously put right, And told that strongest glasses Might help his falling sight. Once more from office duties The boy tribe ask release; Once more their fathers' fathm Conveniently decease. Once more the myriad faith-ful Are answering the call, And pitying such as never Rejoice to hear, "Play A. C. Sunday Hours On and Fifth Pay of May, Sun- day hours in all Drug Stores will'be as fol- lows.: 3 to 5 in the afternoon 8 to W'.-In the evening. The Red Cross Drug Book Co. Limited T. H. MeCKIADV, Mff' PHONE Here is Your Opportunity Acre Lot No. 2 .Facing North on 7th Avc 8., Lon- don Eoad, with 162 ft. frontage hy 268'feet deep. This acre lot Is in Block "M" one 'blocic from street railway r line and on main boulevard to Henderson park. K Interested, act quick. Price Terms Goritractors--- Here is Your Chance 5 splendid building .lots on scwor and water, facing north on. 7Hi Avc. Koadj. and 15th St. S., (Williams.) For short time only this splendid building can be had for very easy terms But must bo taken milck Freeman MacLeod Co. Dominion Block Phone 1212 THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF MQRNINGSIDE i Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 Insure Your Crop Against Hail The Canadian Indemnity Company, of Winnipeg, have recently ob- tained a charter from the Provincial Government lor the writing of HAIL INSURANCE in this Province. This company is financially sound and losses will lie promptly paid. Full, information obtained from this office. All classes of insurance written, including .Fire, Life, Accident, Em- ployers' Liability, Live Stock, Boiler, Bug-gage, etc. H. J. H. SKEITH Opp. Alexandra Hotel Phone 1343 You Cannot Make a Mistake If you invest in the south-east. That is why we offer you Block 2, Lois 21-24, cash; hnlancc in 3 and 6 months. HOSED 1, Lois 23-24 cash; For to-inori'ow only. PROSPECT PAKK, EAST LYNN B, LYMAtfDALE. Prices Bight Tci-ins Enny Sixth Street Office Open Evenings Phone 1235 Oppoaile Herald ;