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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta W'free bus to all trains Hotel Wjudsoi* iic^v. Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta mmm ' wWHEN'IN^LETHBRIDGE' The Dallas Hotel I* the Bs�t and Most, Convenient Place to,Stay �Cheap hose will kink aud hose that kink? *m soon break and 'leak, ^hich simply means needless trouble.and expense. OUR SPRINKLING CANS arevrell made, .either of heavy tin or o� galvanized material. ' . - : C. W. GRAY **The Store That Saves You Money" 310Sth Street Phone 761 H^im pineappi^IfSr'breserving is the lUs^- . ^NmVVJ, the bestU^e ioL*J:!?.lt!!%!",f,�S??:^: u^iileSa^Tast'oufp^'ce ^^M' is the lowest; . NO^\^Js the beat time to preservewmeapyi�s.. "no7tWB �st ou nient of eslra-^choic* Havana Pines a\ a remarkably good price.- While'these last ou to , vou peFv. 65 32 . 40 25 '50 19 Indian Head, clear .. Brandon, clear Winnipeg, clear .,*.;�. Nelson, clear ....... Saskatoon, fair ....... Moose Jaw, clear -... The weather throughout the prairie provinces has continued fair and cool, quite frosty duvlug the night at most points. Forecast.-All west, fine today and on Wednesday, with higher temperature. Hojiise Cleaning CITY AND DISTRICT International Organizer Here J, A. Kioney, international organizer for the Brotherhood of Carpenters, Is in tlie city'. In the interests of that organization.  One Lonely Drunk One lone inebriate .appeared before Magistrate Elton this nwrnlng, and contributed three and. costs ' to the courL .: ,1..: ; .H^S'-- EARNED HIS PENSION ''*','j^&ilp^::?May ?.-R. H, Hall, fur ?,ttaaeu|oommis8loper of the Hudsoa's Bi^lCoi^annpunued .that the governor I Rttdfoommltteo''of the Hudson's H^y ^ - v' ~ . ^>r&^^S.-^^;^antea his request for re- '}^�J^^ "^.e'*" int,v-and|.5Btiperaitouationi .and ' ^ithal^iis active'services will 'terminate vjTAs. A' Well-known minister 'POrllage la Prairie, Man.,' May 6,- ^. riev-'Dr. P. MoRae. one of the Oldest * "Ibest-known'' Presbyterian rmlnis- Globe Trotter's ' D. -A.. Thompson and Yance: Jones of Australia, representing iTesDyteraan .rmims-' fthe - adyanceihent of porterhouse."- I tera In Manitoba, died at his home in' Chicagp-Hecord-Herald. y-i . . ..... Wh^tYouWeajc Proclaims What You Are In our stock you will find many articles that will assist you and- greatly lessen this laborious ,:tasK. Here are st^ew: Liquid Ammonia, large bottle ... ...-i..-.,.........25c. Furniture- Polish, Large Bottle ...2^\:...........Z6c. Rowd. Boraxi'pkg.......10c. Liquid Venpef/.bot......Z5c. Chlorlcie L-|me, tb ......20c. Scrub Brushes.'ra for____10c The ReCCross Drug and.BooLCo.,Ltd. 'Jh'oi\� 655 V Third Avfc CITY AiyP DISTRICT All Were Invited �i^Last night a delegation composed of .I./H. Tabor. E. Codd-and F. E. JlcCaw, from the Letbbridge Council of U. C. T., waited oij the business men who were present at the- special meeting of the Board of Trade inviting the Board of Trade and business men to be present at the smoker in the K. of P. hall on Saturday night ne.\t to meet air. Tracy. Thei'e were 51 present at the meeting. Land In Good Shape C. C. Stover, manager of the' Alberta Farming Co.'s ranch at Milk River, and C, Dinger, eugineer, were in the city this morning. While here they purchased a neiw set of engine gang plows; tor work on the farm. Mr. Dinger says that the ground. Is in tip-tpp shape for breaking and the wqrk;"bn- the Milk River farm is be-ing-Tu'shed. The spring wheat in that district' is well advanced. ^ it. : 'y.M.C. "i^;:Campaign A > memberships campaign -banquet win be held, in the/.T;'!!. C. A. tomor^; row /night.' Dr.^'Stewart, M;P;P., and others -will .speaki.' The membership, campaign starts j&n JThuraday, continuing "Friday-> and ;Saturday. 'Harry: Ballantyne, field�^'s/ecfetary of the' Canadian West ^Committees of the Yv M. C, A., will'addrefs'a, meeting of tbe campaigners pfi, Thursday night. Prospects f4eyer Better O. T. Lathrop .^returned yesterday? from an auto itTip*farms. . 'Is a Bysjj'nMan -A. E. Humphrlejf r&turned on Friday from a westerniirip/ and, leaves again tomorrow for a; ten days' trip to B. C. and'cfraij^^fioljits. Mr. Hum-phTles requests -tlt'ftttl^eiRersoas- with whom Henry RugJ> 'ii btopplng, make themselves him ,abaljj early a date as po8llb%",'a8,iCe)rta{n- inimi-gVation papersjicannptj^l).e'..completeIy made o�j; untll',;ailf..'Ba/ty;,is'known. Royal Arch M^son$-yi8ltlMacleod This afternoon lthe Ale^'Brs?.-C.' W. Cook, K D, 'Johnson, /ones,-c; Dore, T. R. Cai?ld�otj^|j,6,^'c){'wood,', N. T. 'Maclepdrn;:il?!ii:'acleod,-.b,Mc-Nabb,j. W.Barti^-aud;^,ji^.^ 'BIJSip8|||)gAl^ ^ PHONE w. laHlClNplAMjiCO: :&*"DTsffensln^ Chemists ; 'A ��.largevshl^mentr:of;3,;Rexall 1'' Remedles'^'Includlng:, , Niiity-TIiree' Hair ,T.piiic ; (The only' guaranteed ' ^alr Preparation) ; " J. D. Higinbothani Macleod's New Minister Rev. A. G. Cameron has returned from Macleb'd. where he moderated last, evening In a call to Rev. Edwin Smith,-M.A., of Chlpman, New Brunswick, to ;St. Andrew's church, Macleod. The initial salary mentioned is .eighteen hundred dollars and a manse The call will he dealt with at a meeting of the ardcleod Preshytery to bo held in Knox church on T^uesday, May 13.' ; ' ' Ocean Fi;?i.^ht Rates, Have Advanqed; One Hundred Per Cent tContinued from front page) AOeriionstration of All Right Priced 0hredd Choice Potatoes, 100 .. 8Qai Carrots, 4 lbs for.........lOe. Cabbage, 4 lbs for ......... ^Oe, Lettuce, Fresh-dally, lb. ... 30e, Green Onions, per but)ch.j,_i OBe� The Premium Girocery a24-litH.8t. ll^uth J.-TUFF, PROPRIETOR Oppoilta TerHIU n -. phonk b74 QITY ANpblSTlRtGT ' ' %-*m'7x-yv^'"^'"" '.Macleod5ldl,afi milling. As for transportation ilhterests, they have, everything to gain^^and nothing to lose; they have fthej advantage of cheaper loading and �ilploafUng, while wheat U oa^ier to ihaodlp. i\7A'p"i,t0' the solution; the question ;TVj|B r^raugtft' with many difficulties; ithey /had confronted .monoiJolies In vtljjs^country, and with some measure .'pf, SUyceBS,,; so that he was hopeful Bop^f'/jBoljition could be found. f';,lt!iiffas,wqll known that these varl-ly^BiiV^lneB 5 had an understanding/ |.;tbV.OUgJi the North Atlantic freight fcynfeirences:- The government's at-tenUiojavlhad beenvdrawn to the cotidl-(||ottjjj6,t ,;aftalr?,; and it had' been ' di. ' j;fljg!t^p^S|its eHorts, toward this ques- EiHQn>.'Wra.'Pu'gsley askeii what the (9y|rjiroJBtj|haa' clone, and Mr.Melg'h-, 3l^d,rt*whlle: he -could not lieply' ^'gpjy.eromentviho'could,say Jth'at \^i:beep";workin'g vlj^djr j'oa .^',�, the questlou'.vaija" had done all* that could Vf done Ifa'th^short.tlme. Y Mr.^'-Pu'gsiey's Cure" Mr. kfelihen asked Mr, Pugsley how" he would solve the question. The ex-mtnistea- said there were two ways; The governme^t.eolild.refijse them entrance to Canadian iports, or withdraw the subsidies, especially as control ot'the rates by the subsidy agreement was supposed to be in the government's hands. .-' Mr. Melghen said that to deny entrance to Canadian ports might divert all traffic from Canada to the United States, such a policy might re-: act. And to withdraw suhsidiea might leave us without'mall service. Continuing, he said tliat the United States was as vitally interested as Canada, and. had the matter under advisement at the present time. He would'suggest that Canada, the Unit-1 ed States and Great Britain should' co-operate ; to estatiUsh a tribunal something of the character of the Dominion Railway Commission to control; North Atlantic freight rales. �'Mr. Oliver Supports Hon...^ank Oliver said that everybody 'would' agree as to the importance of ^the-question,, and there was DO' >veason-t.why*-Mr. Melghen shoaild apologize to the House .for having introduced it;. It was a matter of great importa,nce to; :the._ West. There had recently been a serious depression In the price of-wheat, and-this was affecting, every line of business throughout the country. The increase in tbe Atlantic rates was a serious factor, 'vW. H, Bennett suggested'an investigation-into the whole question of transportation by a committee of big interests. y*^- His Idea'of a'proper-solution of the question was i to .select a Canadian port, which la- -open ail the year around, and> it necessary, pay a subsidy for a.Xdw .jri^ars, as an Inducement to steaiosMp companies to.carry Canadians/Wheat and flour. Inland'Carrier^ Too -Mr.-Thompson, QuAppelle, said that an American writer bad recently written an article''showing 4hat a similar problem is confrontJog the people of the United State�i It would appear, however, thai She large increase in the cost p� .transportation was due as much'to inland carriers, and the middleman, as'-to-the Atlantic combine; He approved the suggestion that an inquiry should be made and believed that the Inland rates have increased even more than those on the Atla'ntfc; ^r..'Thompson said he was not worried about American flour coming Into Canada, or about Canadian wheat t'olng out. - Mr. Schaffeuej-, of Souris, said the wheat markets have shown a higher price on this side for the last year than in Minneapolis, f "Last year was an exceptional year in the n^fthwastern states, in tiiat they had a surplus .for export," said Mr. Thompson. "The average for the last five years Is :niore in Mlnneapo: Us than in Fort William." If'Canadian flour were allowed free into the OnIted*S'lates, the Canadian miller would hav@ a great advantage, he thought, and it pl'ght'help to'raise the Tirlce of wheat. , Thls^would be better than trying to got the English market. .� .-I' � W. MacLean^ Bast York;,made the d.PjR.- the special Bubjeot JiC'lhls con^ " trlbiutlon to^ the" debate. " "The great outlaw," he called It, and termed'the-' road the. groat sinner in the matter of rates.. The C. P. R., he said, should long ago' have reduced Us rates ,ln accordance with its charter, but it had not done so, and was today forming combines on land and sea. The (3-. T. P. and 'C. N. R. mi�ht he affected by this, but he would be in favor of subsidizing these two roads, rather than let the mala offender, continue. Straying from the Text Hon. George Parley said he -was sori---7<2:5:^ m ;