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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington' Hotel European, 50c up J LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in M 3 The Three Mades Canada Lethbridge Taylor VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY Thai is all anybody expects aiijl'thal is what you always get here. A Fine Assortment for (his Week-End. New Cabbage, California of the swison. per pount! .......................6c. Florida Celery, per liouiul TSc. Ripe Tomatoes, uer pouiul ..................25c Hot House Cucumbers, each ........25c and 30c Rad'shcs, Local Brown, tine quality. :t bunches for Green Onions, buiK-hes for................ 5c. Fresh Pineapples, each 25c, 30C, 35o. Naval Oranges............... 25c, 30c. and 40c Florida Grape Fruit, .'i Cor ..................25c Two for 25c. and each................. 10c. Lemons, per Joc Good Winter Apples. All repacked, Roman Hi-auty Newton Pippin. Willow. Twig. and lien per Alberta Potatoes, per owl................ Ontario Potatoes, pur sack Magrath Creamery Butter, fresh In every Friday Fresh Pork' 'exceptionally fine, fresh in every Saturday. pound ZM. Corn. Peas, and Beans per tin lOc Tomatoes, 3s, two tins for 25c. THE GOOD CO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES "htne National Proiiibition! Of the Manufacture, Importation and Sale for Beverage Purposes of all Intoxicating Liquors is Canada's ultimate solution of _the Drink Problem. the various Prohibition chief of wiiich are Local Option ar.-a Provincial .Prohibition, have this for their goal. Public sentiment is strongly in favor of the above solution. The ouly Doiumion-YVitle Plebiscite ever taken on this question occurred sixteen years ago. Even then sis out of the then seven Provinces gave in Favor of NationalProhibition a majority of per cent of their total vote cast. Quebec Province alone poi'ied an adverse majority. However, piroiic sentiment a-ainst the liquor trailic since then lias so increased even there ihat to-day 79 per cent of her parishes are Dry. And that too, under Local Option, which at best is but a stepping stone io the ultimate goal. Aftsr the above plebiscite, both political parties in the Federal arena contended, that, considering Quebec's adverse vote, it was nut at thai time wise to enact National Prohibition. And that in spite of the fact that .there still remained, a considerable net ma- jority o' the total vote of the whole Dominicni in favor of national elimination of the liquor traffic: and in spite also' of the fact that political parties have been returned to.ppivor (due to gerry- manderine of constituencies I and have continued in office backed up a smaller majority of the total vote cast than the majority registered for Prohibition at that plebiscite. And Why! Manifestly because the moment any political uarty or any in- dividual political candidate takes a stand in favor of Prohibition the liquor Interests, both individually and as a body, work with ail the resources at their command Io defeat that party or that individual. And no ono can -reasonably blame them for so doing. No'i so tiie advocates of Prohtbitiou! To them' all too often the crack of the party whip sounds louder than any call of con- science or tiie dictates of their judgment- And :sp both political panics have refrained, and for good party reasons, from champion- ing a cause that, is manifestly favored by the majority of their electors. Organized prohibition forces have .thus been compelled tem- porarilv to put in the back ground the Question of National Pro- hibition, and to accept and work with'less.efficient means of sup- pressing the liquor traffic. But from that day to this an increasing tidal wave of LOCAL OP'TIOX anii PROVINCIAL PROHIBITION has been sweeping over Canada from, sea to sea and gathering from day to day such momentum thai in the .very, near future National Prohibition will sweep from-the whole Dominion the last vestige of the Liquor Traffic. The Present Contest ui Alberta is but an incident In thai great movement- And yet" it is some what 'different "from any other contest. A couple of years aso llie present Government of Alberta made a most astute party move. They passed the "Direct Legislation embodying the Initiative and Referendum, and providing that a of electors may under certain conditions present to the Legislative.Assembly and the conditions being' complied with, the Assembly is under., obligation to put upon the books tie legislation thus asked 'for. The 'Prohibition forces of this Province at once proceeded to 'make' use of this Direct Legislation Act, and in harmony with its provisions have drawn uoj a PROPOSED LIQUOR ACT which embodies as "far is considered possible and practicable the principle of Provincial Prohibition; and the Government has in accordance with the provisions of the Direct Legislation Act asked the electors to express their verdict on this proposed Act on the Slst of next July. it is well, then, to remember that this is not a movement on the part of any political party. It it. absolutely and entirely Out of the Realm of Party Politics- Vet there are some members of both political parties of this Province who are personally taluug an active part in this cam- paign in favor of the -proposed Act; and; we have :been assured' that a majority of the members of the present Assembly are in favor ot the Act and will personally vote for its adoption on the 21st of ,luly. But that does not make it a party measure or issue. And it is Not a Church "'Movement Either. Great credit is due the various organized religious ibodies and to many ot the religious leaden ami teachers .of. all religious bodies operating in tins Province for the present overwhelming conviction on the part, of the general public that tli- Liquor Trattic Must AT Bur this moiement being conducted the Teui perance and Moral Reform League .which enrarar.es in'its member- ship and supporters CITIZENS of all po'ilical parties of all religious and indeed, also 'en man of no uiurch not party affiliation. It is a Mighty Democratic Movement "OF. THE PEOPLE, AND BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" TO OVERTHROW A HUGE MONOPOLY CITY AND DISTRICT Personal Mention ,1. .Martin, homestead inspector, registered at the Alexandra. R. A. of Coutts epeui yester- day iu the city. Receives commission Dr. steele of Lethbridse has been given a commission iu the veterinary ccrps for overseas service. He will have the rank of lieutenant. Now Company Commander -.M. Harris of this city, who was recently created a lieutenant in the 56th Battalion at Calgary, has now been promoted to the rank of a com- pany commander. Mayor Is New President At a meeting of Raymond Liberals last nignt, Mayor O'Brien was chosen president to succeed M. Y. Crosall, who has left the town, and S. F. Kim- bail succeeds Mr. O'Brien as secretary- treasurer. Local Man Wounded L. Dobbs. who enlisted in Loth- bridae. and went over with, the first contingent, is reported in today's cas- ualty, list as wounded. Mr. Dobbs be- longed to the machine gun section, which is entirely made up of Leth- bridge men. He has two-sisters living here' Mrs F. Williams. Thirteenth street North, and Miss Dobbs, matron of the isolation Hospital. Temperance Rally Sunday Sev. R. J. Patterson, the eloquent Irish temperance speaker, is to ad- dress a public gathering tomorrow ev- ening in the Majestic theatre. The ..Medicine Hat News makes the follow- ing comment on his lecture; "The lec- turer could be as mild as an Alberta chiuook on a spring, day or as temp- estuous as a Kansas cyclone, but in whatever no unjust, unkind statements fell from his lips, and not jOne weepy story was told.. He spoke las a man to men and dealt with the drink traffic in deadly earnest." SWAT The Fly We Sell the Swatters The kind that kills the fly, without spo'rtins -up 'he walls hr furniture. We are all wide.awake to the fact that the fly is a carrier ot' disease geniis. The fly slaughter this sum- mer will go into billions. Do your part. Get your Swatters what. We also sell effective fly kilt- ers as Sticky and Poison Fly Papers, etc. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Phone 555 Third Ave. S. CITY AND DISTRICT Attending Ambulance Class G. Osthiiul from Stirling is io the city today attending the St. John's Am- bulance class. Gone to Seattle J. S. Green, of the Richardson ScaJe Co., of this city, left yesterday morn- ing for Seattle to look utter t.he erec- tion of some big' scales in the new elevator there. Keep Off the Grass! Yesterday afternoon a dozen or more citizens on their way home to supper were intercepted -by the strong 'arm of the law on Seventh street be- i tween Fourth and Fifth avenues. With pained surprise they waited while their names were taken down aud or- I ders given to attend the police court j this morning. Most of them did not [know what offence they had committ- led until explained to them that are not there 16. walk on. JTIiey were dismissed with a warning and a bad scare. MARKETS SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, May 8. Opening and closing on the grain exchanges Open Close 1.6H 1.591 1.571 1.22.'. liil} 73J 1.S2 today were JMay Julv Oct.......... July Barley- May May i.Iul'y PRICES Xo. 1 No 3 N'or................... l-- Xo. 3 Nor................... Li No. 1 L' Xo. 5 No. l> Feed L- Xo. 2 C. W................. No. 3-C. W................ 'i Ex. No. 1 Feed -I No: 1 FfCi! N'o. 2 Feed i N'o.'4 Feeil No. I N. W. C........... N'o. 2 C. W.............. CUU'AGO 1.55J 1.31" ;A: Fresh Supply of Ailenbury's (all mTmbers) Benger's (both sizes) Eskiy's (all Malted 'Miik' (all sizes) Mellin's v, Nesile's Neave's Ridge's Lactated' Modified Milk Glaxo, Etc., and all the "trimmings' "Babyship's" use. Mother's Day Mothers' Day will be observed in practically all the churches iu the city i conjunction with the oth- er churches throughout the North Am- erican Special services have been prepared and special music in sonic churches will he in order. Everyone should wear some sort of a flower, in memory of mother if gone, 3. and in honor of her if living. Tomor- o row morning should see the churches filled, and the slogan vis "Bring your mother with Rev. A. H. Deuuon in Knox church will deliver a special address to mothers, and the choir reuder some specially prepared music. Rev. Mr. Cohbledick, in Wesiey church, will observe Mothers' Day, by preaching special sermons in honor of mother. Rev. J. B. Francis will also i preach sermons in the morning on "Mother's with a special address to children. Special Sunday school lessons will be taught in the Sunday schools to- morrow, and will have a bearing on the Mother's Day movement. j.D.HigiohothamSCo. ltd. The HnCdtd Store ALFALFA SEED Farmer: Your'Opportunity'to plant some of the seed that has made Alfalfa King Tamier -famous' throughout the West. We have secured his.entire ei'op and ure giving it a final cleaning bc'fore offering for sale. Order Early. Do not.let this! chance get away from you. 20 cents per pound f.o.b. Lethbridgo or-liayniond. Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Ltd LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA MONDAY, MAY 10, IS "ARBOR DAY SIR ROBERT BORDEN'S WHEREABOUTS REVEALED Ottawa; but., May brief dis- patch to evening papers from the town of Buckingham on the C.P.R. Ottawa- IMontreal. North Shore line, revealed the whereabouts of Sir Robert Bor- den. who'slipped out of town quietly yesterday afternoon on a fishing expe- dition. The dispatch stated that the Prime Minister had passed through" Bucking- ham, en route to Echo -Bay, one of tiie best known fishing resorts in the Gat- j ineau hills' district. Sir Robert, who has been confined to his house since early in the week, slipped away very quietly, and at coon today it was not admitted at his of- fice that lie was out of the capital. Later on it was announced Sir Rob- -'-.i i, ert would .be away from the capital Mrs. Adams and family wishjo rtw days, and that during his ab- ence Sir George Foster would be act- ng prime minister. CARD OF THANKS j.nj jirs. j. Adams and family wi 1.S5J 1.84} jthaiik their many friends for the 1.88f pathv and assistance e sym- ded to Uiem" in their late bereavement. Flnrictc Flower'- IIUIIulu Plants, yegetablei Frache Bros, Mav .July Sept. May .July Sept. 1.2S 1.20 MINNEAPOLIS 1.53 l.-H i-is MARKETS 1.781 j 1.531 i UBj-i 1-l'J SEED POTATOES Best Kinds, Early and. La'e Varieties, Cheap. This Seed all Hand Picked and Carefully Se- lected. APPLY Allan Jack 1217 2nd Ave. S.'. .Phone 1544 M DIVER LEAVES HONOLULU Honolulu, May W. F. Loughmau, who nearly lost his life April 17 when, while at the bottom of he ocean at work on the sunken sub- marine "JBV4, his life Hue became foul- ed in the wreck, sailed for San Fran- cisco today on the transport Sheridan He is still suffering from the effects of his four-hour submersion at a great depth. The work of trying to raise the K-i is being continued. Renewed, sweep- ng operations are in progress, with a view "to fastening new lines to the submarine. LOCAL Track No. 1 Northprn Xoi 2 Northern No. '6 Northern Wagon Lots- No, i Northern Xo. 2 Northern No. 3 N'ortheru A. R. W. Prices same. 1 12, 1 38} 141 1 iS 131 LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY CalKarj HogB 88 00