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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VnOay, May. 10', 1913 THE LI3THBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MARKETS LOCAL Grains and Provisions Vrlces paid Ko. 1 Northern........................ 24 ,No. 2 Northern 11 No 3 Northtru ff, .No. 1 Noilnern til' No. 5 Northern 53 Xo. I Red................................. 73, No. a lied 70 j Xo. 3 Mo. 1 Timothy, per ton......... Jlf' N'o. 1. Bite Joint, per ton....... Alfalfa, No. 3, pet ton ..........S 9.00 1'rairio 11.00 I Br.in 13 Shorts 31 00 Ko. 1 Feed 22.00 Jlolled Live Stock- lioss, Hogs, dressed' ..........................11 Mutton, lire. Mutton, .13 Caltlo- Stters, lire Steers, dressca Cows, iivo dressed ...........................U 1'roduce prices to Duttrr, daitf ...........................31 IVjtter, creamery California tomatoes, per crato 7.50 Cucumbers, per dozon 300 Green per doten bur.ches Strawberries, per .crate ...........3.35 Carrots.....................................03 Turnips .OH .01 -M FRIDAY'S DRAIN PfllOEt Winnipeg, Mar groin prices today Wheat: Open Close. May................ 03% July........'. 325 S3 October 89 Oats: 34tt 33H July................ 35S 35S Flax: May............ 1UH July...............my lies; OcUrter.....i........Wli 119H Winnipeg Caah No. 1. Norluern.............. 52 No. 2. S9 N'd. 3. .N'orlhorn'............... No. S2V1 Winter Wheat Xo. 1........................ ?3 No. SO Xo.3....................... SSZi No. 1........................ Oats: Xo. W. No. 3. C. W................. 30 U Extra So. 1. Feed......-.....'. 33 y, No. 1. Feed.................. 32H Qarley: No. 45% Flix: Ko. i. K. IV. C..........113K COWLEY flACES ON VICTORIA DAY The Co'vtley races bjvo bsso erroneously advertised for Ifce !7th fnat. Tlila IE not the They coma on the 2ith, Vic- ff lorla. Day. Tho North Foils Woalern Caradi ctiamplonl, will ba vitltors it Vic- lorla Day. o o t POLO POPULAR IN THE OLD. f.QUNTRY Preient dyatecn In England Not Sal- 1 lifactory to All V.-idon. Hay county polo ebsoclaUon, "which Bees to establish a national assoclfitlon, to the great increase In tha numtjer of clubs players, and the defects In ]lngham's present system of govern- ment, uol Eatisfied thg con- cessions tha Hurllrjgharas have made, and Is la ita demand for more. At a meeting today, under the chair- manship of W. S. Bucfctnnster, II was decided to ask Hurllngham to appoint a new committee, which lo en- tirely tree In ovtry way from the sen. c-ral committee as" at present consti- tuted at Hurllngham, anrl that this special committee deal ftllh polo'only. G RE A T Our returns are increasing month by month, and our values are doing it. People are recognizing our offers to be genuine money savers, and a look over our prices will convince the most critical buyers. Remember, we carry the largest stock, made by the best known manufacturers of Clothing, Furnishings and Shoes in America MEN'S SUITS HALF PRICE SUITS For.............SI SUITS FOR............S12.50 SUITS FOR............SIO.QO SUITS FOR............ MEN'S GLOVES 91.75 GLOVES GLOVES GLOVES FOR S5c GLOVES FOR............65c YOUTHS' SUITS HALF PRICE SUITS SIS SUITS FOR 916 SUITS SUITS MEN'S PANTS MEN'S SHOES MEN'S HATS PANTS PANTS PANTS SJS3.00 PANTS 96.00 SHOES FOR SHOES FOR SHOES FOR SHOES FOR STETSON'S FOR HATS FOR....... HATS FOR...... HATS FOR...... i MACLEOD BROS. ALBERTA BLOCK "The Great Clothiers of the Great West" FIFTH STREET W, N. Cornollus ol CramRho town' ship arrested on the charge of concealing tnc birth of his child it ia alleged, was bom on April and since disappeared. SENATE MS ONI Government Keeps loo Much Power in its Hands fox Political Purposes Ulawa, Jlsy the Senate the bill to appropriate leu miinaa dol- lars to aid In U.o'advancement of ag- ricultural Instruction In the provinces was again taken up in-, committee at Clause- Pour, dealing with aid to veter- inary colleges, Senator Watson asked Hon. Mr. if he still held to the optn- on expressed that under ceilain con- flittons, the gorernmcnt conia spend practically nil of the money in one year. On Section Four, Senator Davis aslt- cd why the blil contained a provision Eltould ha be. tvveen Ibo Federal government ann" each province as to the terms, condl- tlona and purposes upon and tor which Ihe payments tiro to made and applied. Hon. Jlr. loughee.d said that one province might desire to receive Us share under conditlona r.nd for pur Y 1 ClearHavanas tt Coroptnr Umited, Shtrbrookc, loses which another province not desire lu reserrSng its share.. Senator said iheie eccnied' o be a'danger in Ihls. A province rlendly to the mtgbt eas- ]y ohlatu Us share on "easier ttrms ban a certain province with n goy irnmect not In political with the- Federal government. Senator Davis said that he wanted money spent on agricultural tout uot for political purposes. The ere-' ent minister 'of agriculture was a nice sort of man, but he might not always be at the head of the de- partment. Under this section, the )omloit.n minuter of agriculture d Ispose on a provincial govern- ment terms which -would mafce H im- possible them to get the grant. Senator Lougheed said he rather re- sented the. Insinuation that by this hill the government was establishing a political The goiernmenf, it dejircd, could have in the eatimales and control (ts expenditure. H did not propose to do go. Senator, Beique said In Clau Three and Four, it was provided that the money should tie "paid to the pro- vincial while Clauso Seven said "the Federal government toay extend in any provisions In any year the wholo or any part ol the grant provided for sucb province." Hon. Mr. Loughetd tald that the very first thing done by thlg govern- ment, wliich was now belcg suspected of sinister p-trlisanship, was to secure a good Liberal to arrange with, the provincial auIhcrjtits tcrrr.s en which they should receive and sp tho money. Senator Douglas said tbal to tho minister and the row er to spend ten million dollars bill proposed TIS giving H too grea pov.tr. He favored financial aid to agriculture, tut did not like tho pow ers proposed. Senator WaUon Bald (he opposition In the Senate did not Intend to an anrt give tho govero ment the opportunity of the Senate had killed the bill. VISCOUNT MORLEY SUPPOSED TO BE ARRANGING AN ENTENTE WITH GER- MANY London, May Dally News s convinced that Viscount Mcrley has a polttfcal mission to arrange an en- ente ivlth H asserts that ver since the Anglo-Geroiaa crisis of .911 the aim oE nrillsh statesman- ship has hecn to recognize Germany's aim to a place in the sun. Referring to reports than an agree- ment has been reached between.Great Britain, and Turkey -regarding 'the Bagdad, railway uhich will give a foot hold to Germany on (he Persian Gulf the'Daily News believes that this agreement will be published on the occasion of the wedding of Princess Victoria Louise and that .It could hard'ly have been concluded without a general understanding with Ger- many, CONFERENCE OK .CALIFORNIA ALIEN LAND BILL City Solicitor Ellis, of Windsor, has tendered his resfgnatfoa to the city clerk alUr 16 THE GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY London, Norton I writes to tb.9 Post lo siigeeit that tho centennary of peace Is a golden opportunity for America, England anil Uormanr to enter Into an Interotlcn- arhltratlon convention. Ho urges that theso tfirto nations could reduce aTmamonts and forcb" upon the world and fial s heavy responsibility rests upon statesmen of three nations lo find out a 'way. THE PERFECT SHOE forSUMMERSPORTS In Smart Stylet, SuiUbU ForcmrOouioor Oociwon f PCAUK HAS THtH THE BEST CANADIAN CONtOUDATta HVIBCK CO., LIM1TCO. 2 MONTRML. Plcture'ahows thp Secretary of State'for California, Governor Johnson, (In centre) and Wllllxm United Slates Secretary of Stztc. Mr. Bryan's protests were overruled and the ptsaccl bllK Anti-United Stttet rlott were one of the direct conaeqi'enciB, In The alien Und law WM dlrtctly at the Japs In CallfdrnU. SUFFRAGETTES 00 TO TRIAL AND'OUT ON VERY HEAVY' London, May IS.-rSl; Kllltant suf- fijgolto leta'rn ind t, rnsle adherent "ot wert commlttea for trill Old Ksslou oc oharfei of cooiplijcy. All ot them TiUarled'COt Kullty And reserved their defence' 'allowed on the prlson'ert', proroUs to rolialn from utter the Irlal. The amcrjali of hail ringed from 44000 In thd cotca of Alice E. Miss Laura Lennox ond lifRtrice Saunderii, to J15.COO lu the ease ot Ihe 'analytic chemltt, Clayton. Among the exhlblfs presented by (ho follce against.the mllitanls nas the of honor, tulltled ftho crimes record parthitlars of somo HC3. ronTjctlons for suffra- fretto outrages In which 455 persons wero ccnvlcled, wore entered In :ook which recorded tho amounts of money paid lo sorao.'.ot lha per- Ono Item referring to "prlnonerB" hampers, Indicates that consli- pratlo quanlilles of conilles, fruiu anil olh'.r Celkaclea mast havo 'heen supplied to tho ImprlEoneil martyrs. tbal will Include a kct Tf the is upon Uw yv1' V'll'tw out after the" orfler