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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, -Tune 10, THE LETIITtUTDGK DAILY 11KHALD Page 7 1ARKE1S LOCAL PRICES Grains and Provisions Prices paid Ko. i Northern.......... No. 2'Northern.......... No. 3 Northern o-n O.C9 Xo. 4 Northern.......... OS3 5 Northern...... No. 1 Ked............ No. 2 Ucd................ 0-7 No. 3 Red................ 0.63 No. 4 Red...........: Xo. 2 Alfalfa, per ton Ko. 1 Timothy........ Diue joint Bran Snorts 21-03 n.oo 17.00 IS.Ofl 13.00 ROYAL .WEDDING RECALLS AN INCIDENT OF MANY YEARS AGO Berlin, Juce 9.-At the loy- al v.cddius the Duihess ol Cumber- ADDING EXTENSIVELY TO FAC- ILITIES AT HEAD OF THE LAKES Fort June Dar- idsoa-Smith Klevator and Daggbg tetaileri No. 1 Feed Oats Rolled Oats 1'roduce prlcet flutter, dairy liutter, creamery New California carrots New California Heels Tumps C.U liflower, per doz Nor per Ib. New lieans, per Ik be pries, per 2t cjls California tonmoes, per crate Cucumbers. per dozen Crceu oaioos, per dozen bucctcs S'.iawberrles SW Parsnips Eggs, per. case 6.50 Chickens, dressed 22 Chickens, live n Tuitejs, dressed ..._ .33 21 .30 01 01 03 2.50 .121 15 6.00 ISA land dill tot wear the famous crown jl'lant "as sold to the Grain Grow- of Hanover pearls, as tbe- duke Grain company ol Winnipeg, lot eideJ should, and thereby the deal being completed In a talc. The duchess is all lor peace Winnipeg oa Saturday by J. L. Dav- and ihese pearls have been a thorn jidsou, vvho returned to the city this in the sides ot lirltish sovereigns jmornirg, stating that Iho ilrala since tho death ol the Sailor Graiu Co would taVe pos- William IV. Victoria claimed thelscssion on June 16. Tim plant will rifarls, so H is claimed did King Kr-'bc managed kj H. J. Henderson, o! Hanover, her uncle Lord Mel- [manager ol terminals, and will ho a bource, then the Uritish premier, t valuable asset to Iho connec- supported tho )oulhlul queen. with tl.eir storage and terminal mUsioQ ol judges vras appointed to elevators. and Smith will concen- _....... ___ _ trate all their business in a quarter given agaiast Queen Victoria's claim, ol a million dollars cleaning and There was a buse casket ot gems jl-anillicg plant. It is also the In- vhiih had" been brought from Han-jtfntior. of the firm, il the bylaw iver during the reign ot Oeorge III., passes the Tort Arthur ratepayers, TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Julie The opening si.u closing prices on the local grain market today were: Open 89 Octobsr Oats- July S6 October Jnly lUVj October 119 Closing Cash Prices Ji'o. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern Xo. 3 Xorlhorn Xo. 4 No. 5 N'n. 6 1'crd Winter Xo. 1 2 JCo. 3 Xo. 4 Oats Ko. 2 C. W. Xo. 3 C. W. No. 3 N-j. 4 Close, -9lii 35 93iJ 845. 34K 32H .FIGURES. AT THE PKEBBYTERIAX GKNKUAL ASSEULY IX TORONTO iut tl.o peails were the preat prize to _b'Jild a flour mill with a capacity if the collection. The lot vVas valued n 1SJ7 at fjuecn Victoria and Prince Albert sere both very much put out at le- Lg obliged to give up the jewels to .he King ol Hanover. Tbe queen is to have cried with vexation. 'UTUMAYO INVESTIGATING COM- MITTEE FOUND THEM GUILTY OF CULPABLE NEGLIGENCE feed No. 1 N. W. C. Minneapolis Wheat Open July September JUS Chicago Wheat July 80% September 30 December 32 4511 42% Close SD 'SOU 93 London, June n lUltish di- rectors of the I'eruvian Atnazoue company, oi whom Sir John P. Lis- ter Kaye is lle'bcst known', arc held "deserving of severe censure" by tho committee oi the House ot Com- mons which investigated the atroci- ties in tbe Putumayo rubber fields ot Peru. Tho reporfe issued today absolves fho directors from any personal act, which they could be punished under the slave tratie la'v, connected w the cruelties -which caused tho deaths o! so many natives in the rubter fields, hut it charges them with culp- able ncjligence. The committee holds lulius Caesar Arana, the "Ilubbir "ing" and Peruvian director ol the for the airoci ies, beliel that he Putumayo incidents are but a hocking instance oi cor.nitio.is to our.d over a wide area in South Am It says (he law? against slai dealing need consolidation and -ex- crislon, LIVESTOCK MARKET Montreal, June was Increased demand al tha West Snd Stock Yards this morning for all linca and as a consequence the market vras more active than a week While Iho better grades ot.butcher held firm at last week's quoln- tions there was a decidedly weaker feeling in the market at lower grades and prices declined from. 35 cents to cents per owl. With a light increase In ihc general offerings.at sheep and iarribs during the past "week, prices today were shade easier, old sheep beiug anc lambs fully Ic lower. v There .was nlso an easy feeling 10 Ih0 market for hogs and prices were 15 cents per cwt. lower. for calves has kept up eo well that the prices remain steady oven on tbe continued large supplies Ilcceipts of lutchtr cattle, S50 head Top grades firm, lower grades easier nntl 60 cents lower. Top 1.21 @V.35; fair, 6.BOB6.75; medium, 6.00 Hutcher hulls, per cwl.; butcher MUTE jsioca Off A ffffffK fKf SJX> MZ Delegates from all parts of Canada are present at the largest congress the Presbyterians ever held. EVERY EFFORT TO GIVE FARM- ERS SELECTION FROM THE VEP.y.. BEST- i Lisbon, Juno Is makint; a rlenperato effort to over- hrow the cabinet and the political sit- uation Is critical. The premier appar- ently Is determined to sacrifice his poat and popularity if necessari -in a relentless attack on the deficit.' His policy consists ot two of which antagonizes "the property classes, the other bring equally'- dis- tasteful to the working people.. In he first place in Increasing the house and property taica he seemed to be attacking the abuse ot Elate-provlded employment on public works. In addition to "the ill feeling caused by tbe policIcs.-tliQ premier has" suf- fered continual opposition ol the old parly plan and the church. BROUGHT FROM MEXICO Winnipeg, June Alfred Wer- commltting nets of fraud aod theft at Brandon and who has been detained In custody at El Paso, Texas, for some time, was brought to Winnipeg, Sun- b'y Constable lirownley. R. G. Graham will appear for the. accused when tbe case is heard at Brandon. OLD-TIME ORDERLY DEAD Ottawa, June James Codd, who for over a quarter of a century occupied the position of at Government House, died y terday. Two sons survive him, William E., formerly of Xorth Battleford. Sask., ar.il Edmund, formerly of the business stalf of the Ottawa Citizen. DR. SMYTHE RESIGNS Medicine. Hat, June 0. E. 3mylhe, who has been superintendent of the General Hospital for many years, has resigned to devote, his. at- tention entirel yto private practice. STEFANNSON'S OWN MAP OF ROUTE CANADIANS OF TO-MORROW S. Woodsworth, ot All Peo- ple's -Mission, Winnipeg, is writing a series of articles for the Winnipeg Free I'reas, tbe following being on Tht Foreign Invasion An Incident that occurred at tie arc prophetic and the time of their fulfillment is not far distant. Tha census reports that our entire population was only Las: year there camo to Canada as irotn1 grants no fewer than souls. Of our total population only per cent, was ot British origin. Last year while British immigration iucreased'S per cent, and American 4 per cent, tbe immigration from other countries increased" 37 per cent, Sure- WINNIPEG EXHIBITION PRIZEJ.I8T8 Show Isurse Increase in number ot classes aud amount of prizes. The Prize Lists of the Ev biiion are beinx distributed. 'IV.e at- .ractiie cover deigns o( the poit have n more than equaled this year by a utiful ailcjoria! worked in four colors tvntying Miss Wiraipfg's of thii great yearly event. Vihea ghncing thioagh the paijea era can not help remarking the large mcrjafe in ar.d awards. In thfl Fercheroa this is panicuUrly noticeable, as is a'ao the fact that the Percheion Society ire av. to the Winnipeg this year ihe Canadian Percheron t'uturity of eohs lor 1912, lor which Ihcie is an entry of 150. This U easily the largest exhibit of this class that has ever been nude in Canada. liclh i.i ar.d h.orfes provision fuis been mzde for a new claim for both novice owners aral horais. In the pony section the classification has been greatly ex- tended, in which the Winnipeg "Tele- gram is offering a silver cup [or the best pony and outfit w on in either o( their pony contents !n the cattle section the Association addition to their usual largeilist S200in for special prizes lor stock. The dairy classes have also been in- created. The greatly increased interest in tr.s shetp ar.d swine sections has necessi- .ated special classes being provided ia heir departments. In poultry the of- ficials are oflerms more money than any oilier association in the. West in both thts young and old seasons. CondderaUe additions have been roads in iho art sections chiefly in amateur photosrauhy and handcrdfts, while in ladies work the same two classes will ba provided this year, the one optn to ama- teurs residing west of the Great and ths other open to profeionals and others the world over and the prizta have been greatly increased to that a record entry list may be expected. Recog- nmng of what great importance the Homo licpnorr.ica Societies aie ill helping to build up Ihis great West, the Associa'.'on, has provided a class open only to tho members of these Socielies_. This claa is made up of 48 sections including art, embroidery, crochet work, fine sewing, domestic science, clc., for which very liberal premiums are being offered. The classes for the schools have been divided into city schools, graded Khoola other than city schools, and one for tho one-room, one-teacher school. With a all a in Ib outstanding natures aim one. umL win uo well worth visiting a3 it Fanuers throughout tho south are promised a rare opportunity Mo put- chase pure bred stock nt the exhibi- tion, the latter part of this month. Hon. Duncan Marshall, minister of agriculture, is endeavoring to obtain several carloads oi pure-bred Short- horn hulls fot sale at the Lethbridge Kihibllion, as per'the rcjuest ol Ihc Associate Boards ol' Trade. The dairy breeds will also be well represented, and negotiations are now on foot to secure a carload ot pure-bred Holstcins in Manitoba, for exhibition and sale here. C. J. Ecfesiorm is agreeable to put on sale twenty-five head ol yearling Holstein heifers that are tccnths pure. A. E. Ives is also will- ins to P'A up a carload of mixed grade yearling slock. .llany of the exhibitors stale that they will put up their exhibits fcr auction sile, provided .a minimum scheme Js in force, as was the case at the- spring stock show. time tbe last Dominion census was as far as numbers go tho future of ti__ taken Illustrates the effect ol immi- gration oa our Canadian I tic. I My lorao is in 'ward; tho of a heterogeneous j population. The census enumerator for the district had evidently been chosen, because- ol hia acquaintance Beveral European languages rath- er tlian'on account of nis knowledge of things English, When iu'the ful- fillment of his duties, ho called at my door, tho following dialogue ensued: "Vat name jouT' I replied, giving him an English name, North country at that. he hesitated. "How epell I "spelled "Vat you verfc came the next question, which, I fancy, on the sche- dule was printed "occupation It has always been Difficult for me to describe the nature of my work, so I replied Bimply, "Well, 1 suppose you bud belief put down clergyman." "Clergyman pencil paused. "Clergyman, rats daU" BOYS WILL GO VIA ALDERSYDE LINE TO THEIR CAMP CALGARY AT Explorer Stefznnaon, riead Canada's far north exp3ditlon, marked the above, route as that which he proposes to take. The mild black line hfa preferred course, and the dotted Kncs Indicate an alternato route via Prince Patrick Island, If he fails to reach land otherwise. Tht other dotted line, to VlctorU Island, shows the caurge to be taken by Major Stewarl, officer commanding tho 2ith IJattery, Ins made arrange- ments for the special train which is to convcv the liattery to the annual camp at Calgary on Thursday. The train will consist of two conches, five horse cars, three flats and one box car. Ihc special will leave a in. over the Alclcrsyde line, arriving in Calgary early in the al- lerr.oon, thr- hour to be announced tomorrow. The guas ami wagons will he Joafled Itrim the loading platform near the Iron Works, tomorrow af- ternoon. A telegram was received today from Sergeant o! the Colors .Jamie Thomson, now residing in Vancouver, that he will le In Cal- gary lor camp it at all possible. Ma- jor Sic-uott v.-o'J'.d be pleased toi meet recruits yet, at the atrrjoiy, 603 lOtti fit, S. SAYS HIS WIFE WAS MURDERED Forl William. June weird' (ale ol his wife Josephine having! been murdered In hla railway con- struction camp by laborers, about fifty miles east of the cily, on Sunday, waa relaled yesterday to tho Tort W-llllam' police by .Victor Tyrole, 4 who atternplcrt to commit suicide, fol-j I spell that for you." "You yourself, you verk some- one Surely a heart-searching question for e-ither a minister of the gospel or p. social service worker, t think 1 slated that 1 worked for whether that statement was promptet by pride or humility I haven't yet de- cided! Then came the nevt question find for this I give the Incident. "Vat nationality 1 looked, down, I'm afraid, some- what contemptuously, at my little for- eign Interlocutor. Here was a lion concerning which 1 bar! no hesi- tation. Though living In the midst of Poles and Ituthcnlaps and Germans and Jevvs 1 did not forget (hat I was of tho old Canadian Loyalist stock. I fancy 1 was several Inches taller as I proudly proclaimed my "Canadian." repeated the census en- umerator, wltii a puzMed expression. many of dem kind In dla Yes we laugh. But thees words that part of the- expedition, which will study the white esklmo and investigate {lowing what he talloves to have been the cooper deposits I tlic taking of his wife's life THE PERFECT SHOE FOR SUMMER SPORTS ASK rOWt DtALOt Canada lies ivith the when birth statistics are considered, probably with the immigration ot non- British slock. Consider an immigration of .means. Tti 1511 New Bruns- wick had a population of only Mlierta onl) 374.G63, and British Co- iumhia only At a year it would take only six years to re- populate the province- of Ontario. Or let us go back ten to the time when the Immigration rush w.as just beelnning. Tn 1901, Montreal and Toronto combined contained only 70 persons, while in 1201, Halifax, St John, Quehec, Ottawa, Kingston, Ham- ilton, London, Winnipeg, Vancouver and Victoria, all put together contain ed only AOS.176. Surely the Immi- grants are upon.us! Are we full> awake to the situation or prepared to with It? Already the immigrants are making their presence felt in every part 01 Canada, Let us confine ourselves to non-English-speaking Immigrants who are less easily merged Into the com muni I y, here in Winnipeg in a dlstrlc many foreign children al tending parish schools, Is a school an enrollment of 500 chll dren. Of these only 45 arc Canadian and only 139 all totd are English speaking. The remainder belong t ten different nationalities. In the Dufferin in Montreal there an enrolled 1020 children. Of these onl; CO are not Hebrews and of these CO 12 uro Chlcesc. In fact there are f the elementary cchools under the Pro- testant school commission in almost as many Hebrew as Chrialia children, and thftlr influence iva strong enough year, according I despatches to change the Baste holidays to Passover week, Etery city in British Columbia ha its Chinatown. On the prairies, a most every community has Its quot of foreigners, while In some dlatrlcl are settled In solid blocks I numbers running up Into tha o Even !p. "OM OoUrio oa cannot get away from "the fo Igner." In Queen's park out strange faces and hem a it ]k overflow of "thft -ward." o-Jt from quiet old Vftllftvnift U t foreign co aim unity and In condlllons prevAil, Even flown by tha in qai tural districts forHgneri Dancing from Sydney ind UMflf iho Old abaodoned hoinMtiUi of t early ieUters. This immigration U tt a eerEoua Ca fid a. Side by side with ImraigratSoo, itn largely of Immigration there ban coir.e the rapid growth of our cities, the beginnings of the stagnation or depletion of some of our rural dlslr'cls, the rapid of very fertlon til the exception of the dop, will rloif ijune21. I nd values, the high cost of living, id a host of other problems hitherto ikcoRii. Canada today-is not the anada of yesterday. Wo have enter- upon a new era. Again let me ask, Vre "we ce the new W Wl LOSER OT ON SIDE OF MARGIN WHEN C.P.R. STOCKS SLUMPED London, June 10. Heavy lokiei ufleied by King George in the, te- ent big slump "in the stock market crs the occasion lor tha prolonged udience Sir. George White, the ing's private solicitor, bad with lie King, the- morning after der- y day. The consultation wof to at-' angc for the realization ol certain ecuritics held In itust lor tho King y Lord Stamfordham tnd another member of the and the Queen took pact in the conference." The King's losses understood o hare resulted from extensive op- rations undertaken, on his behalf in last week, when thai itock bclincd 14 points In London narkct, and the King's losiei is tated to be JlOO.rMO. Lord ilofce is the. King's pilvata financial advisor, but tlis operation in C.P.R< ere undertaken contfaiy. to', that banker.'; DIED IN A STMNOE LAN'S Xrs. .Margaret Mackenzie, ot Blair Athole, Pertbihhe, died yesterday, the Imroljratlop. lall, after a short IllncEi. Mrj. Mac- kenzie camo from ScctUnd list irlm .er, her Mary Al- exander, and. had retlded In.Leth- Bridge since. Betldei her daughter icre, 1< ty rela- Urea in Oli Country. The funeill wlfl bt litld tomorrow, morning from (arlort to Knox Church ted LtUibrldtt cea- etery.' HELPFUL AND HARMLESS tht J, I.. MtUfw ;