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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up J LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor J The Three Mades Canada Lethbridge Taylor High Grade Goods at Exceptionally Low Prices s Jams-All lii oz. 20( slo, but a one for the money. ITlco ver Fresh Fruits and Vegetables of all Varieties at Lowest prices Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Pl.nt., Vegetables Frache Bros. MARKETS Western Transl'ei Limited. PHONE 1163. EAST KOOTENAY POLITICAL GOSSIP The following is from The Victorian, e new paper issued in Victoria by F. K. Simpson, formerly of the Cran- liroot Herald: Dr Bonnell of Fernie, ani one of the best known in East Koo- tensv. wai in town this "he doctor says Hat politics are quiet in the Kootenajs; in fact, that little in- terest is being manifested. It is ru- rooreii. however, that the doctor, who is said to have a lingering toward a political career, is Betas spoken of ,as the Conservative candidate lor the Do- minion House. George Stevenson of the Cranhrook wholesale house, is an out-spoken candidate. W. E. Wans has been in the. field since the district was divided. A..K. Leitch would suit some more ot the lumbermen. Harry of Golden says -he can reach that far south. Peter 'Lund, the si- lent, is a receptive candidate, while it is the House or Senate J. D. lie- Bride The Liberals seem to be In me political trenches, and few heads are visible above the political parapets. Under a nsiv government decree Danish -millers 'must extract 6-1 per WEDNESDAY'S. GRAIN P.R1C5S Winnipeg-, limn.. Opening and closing prices on the local grain exchange were-aa follows: Wheat Jay 157% ISHi (ulv 'ISB-ii 154H October.. 138 V4 120% July Flax May July Ex. No. 1 Feed Barley- cent of the contents of the when handling rye and 68 per when handling wheat. gram Reduced Steamers Clasi SUMMER SAILINGS FROM MONTREAL Da.16 -'Steamer To June 3 SICILIAN....... Londor June 5..PRETORIAN Glaigow June 10..HESPERIAN Liverpool June 17 SCANDINAVIAN LiVpool June 19: .SCANDINAVIAN SlMjow June Londor fM information from any Rail- way or Steamihip Ajent. or W. R. ALLAN, Gon'l. Nor-Wwt Agent, 364 Main Street, Winnipeg. Wheat Closing Cash Prices 155% No. 2 Northern Xo 3 Xorthern. Oat No. 1 N. W- C. WEATHER .Max. jridgerclear 57 Edmonton, cloudy M Calgary, fair........ S2 Medicine Hat, clear Macleod, clear Prince Albert, fair Regina, cloudy.. Winnipeg, clear Port Arthur, clear. Karaloops....... Nelson........ Penticton Grand Forks 45 44 .81 44 48 44 44 47 42 The weather over the prairie prov- inces has lieen mostly cloudy, -with a few scattered showers, in Saskatche- wan and Alberta. Forecait today; local show- era on Thursday. Saskatchewan and local'.Vhowerf, but mostly fair today and on Tnunday. Julv Chicago Open 155 K 129 September Slav Julr September Minneapolis Wheat 158% CITY AND DISTRICT On Inspection Trip F. C. Elford, Dominion poultry hus- bandman, and F. W. b. Stader, Domin- ion Apiarist, spent yesterday at the Experimental Farm, on an inspection trip: They went north on the after- noon train. LOCAL MARKETS Track prices: Xo. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern No. 3 Xortberu-......... Wagon lots: No. 1 -Northern No. Northern......... No. 3 Northern......... LIVESTOCK 'Calgary- Hogs Cattle Hogs......... Cattle St.. Pasi- Hogs Cattle 138 135 131 PRICES YESTERDAY SS.10 Altortd Grsnd Lodge Judge Jackson, D. A. Simpson 'and T. S. Fettsrly left on Monday after- noon to attend the Masonic Grand Lodge, which is in convention at Red Deer this week. Judge Jackson is Grand Master "for Alberta. A.O.F. Meot Thursday Court Unity No. 5311, A.O.F, .will hold their regular meeting in St. Mary's Parish hall on Thursday at S p.m. Every member is urged to at- tend, as there Kill be some very spe- cial transact. Visiting Autographic KODAKS Make every negative more valuable by permanently record- ing at tho -lime, tho date and title of each picture. PRICES UPWARDS Also Autographic Backs for Old Kodaks The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Phone 659 J [brothers are cordially invited. Teitino, Meters Provincial inspectors are in the city Teach Your ChildTo Clean Its Teeth So much depends on "oral cleanliness" just now receiving' so much attention. Neglect means poor teeth poor teeth means and indigestion is something .we are all trying to avoid. The little folks need your as- them- "Brownie" tooth brushes teed to give perfect satisfac- tion. "BrownieU, Tooth, Brush- es for the Little ones, 15c and 25c. Don't Drink Muddy Water When you can get Fresh Buttermilk delivered to your house at 15c per gallon Phone 1576 Crystal Dairy Limited Something Different Something Better ELLISON'S SPECIALS CRUSHED OATS AND COiitf Your horses, "will work better 'on it! per ton MIXED CHOP Hue ground. Best, on the market for Hogs. per ton SAMPLES FURNISHED OX REQUEST The Store Call, Write, or Phone. Ellison Milling and Elevator Limited' v Letlibriclo-c, Alberta. Govt. Considers Suggestions Re The Unemployed Ottawa, May mayors, advocating placing unemployed on the land, pointed out to the government that of the unemployed in the 'western section of the country are immigrants oi the agricultural coun- tries of'Europe, that 65 per cent. 01 the immigrants brought into Western Canada by the Dominion government during the last three years have not taken, that the province ot Saskatchewan during the three years 19.12 to 1914, inclusive, received 011 immigrants from tlie agricultural countries oi Europe and during the some period only homesteads were taken by peoples of these na- tionalities. Premier Borden, in his that the industrial exchange had been under the consideration of the Minis- ter of Labor it had been the policy o: both governments to restrict im- I migration to the agricultural classes land to domestic service. At present [no laborers were coming to Canada. Regarding the question oi assist- might of the coun- This should he'given the host consideration of the government. The whole question oi uneuiploymeint, said the prime minis- ter, had been engaging the attention of the government lor some time. We Load Carefully And Deliver Promptly All Orders, Large or Small Call on us and select your mate-rial in Linn- her and Building Material, Hardwood Floor- ing. Door and Window Screens. CITIZEN'S LUMBER CO., PHONE 362 LIMITED 134 16th St. Nsrtn Heavy Docket In Police Court J) Ambulance Men Leave Monday alternoon idur members oi ihe local ambulance corps, E. R. Se try anil not in others. FORMER CRANBROOK MAN GETS D. C, MEDAL (CranbrcoK Herald) Cranbrook can take pride in the achievements of Samuel Victor Pater- son, a former resident or this city, who William Perchalik, Austrian reserv- ist, being out of work and looking for something soft, applied at the police station yesterday, and asked to be in- terned at the detention camp. As there are some two hundred guests there, however, it was decided to send Wil- liam to tlie barracks for 30 days' hard labor on the charge of vagrancy. A very laughable case came up in the police court this morning. It ap- pears that last Tuesday night a gener- al jamboree occurred at Staffordylfte and iTcoupIe of the Bacchanalian rev- ellers became quarrelsome with wine. John Onafrychuk and JanakxGazuk, both Austrians. had a HttJe skirmish, with tbe result that Janak, who is a husky individual with .a fierce mous- tache, sustained a cut in the haud. He sun a loruiui lusiueui, ui una UH.JT was prominentlv mentioned in the re-1 Immediately rushed to the police and d t A Business Proposition at present _ _ 57 liters which v.-ere Installed by the city J8 50' in 1910- Inspection of meters Js made by the government every five years. There are .1300 of-these to be inspect- ed here, and the minimum charge to city .is 60 cents per meter. gnipnob-otham, J. Dougall, Ed: Cas- met left ior cent dispatches from France as being the only Canadian so far to win the AH of the Canadian dailies I If the Liquor traffic aids business, why ilo the commercial organizations ami railroads, when issuing pamphlets to advertise a pro- vince, community or city Tell About the Schools, Churches, Libraries, Banks, Mills, Factories, Farm Products. Umber. Mines, Railway Lines, Natural Jtesourt'es, Climate, Scenery, etc. And Forget About the Breweries. Distilleries. Saloons, Gambling Houses 'Brothels, and Their Products Why Discriminate? Will Repeat.Play By special reftuest the dramatic so- ciety of Church has agreed to repeat the play "Fabiola." Tvhiclr-wiil be" given in the -Majestic theatre on Thursday, June 3, under tae joint auspices of the Dramatic So- ciety and the Alexander Gait Chapter oE the Daughters of. the Empire. The proceeds will be -divided between the two organizations. The play wag giv- en with .much success some two weeks ago. Want reimportation A petition is -being circulated for signatures to be send to. Ottawa by machinists and others in this city from men who. while physically or other- wise unfit to take their places in the firing line, are still desirous of "doing their bit" for the Empire in the fac- tories for the manufacture ot ammuni- tion in the Old Country, which, at the present time, are undermanned. ire asking the government to furnish transportation to Great Britain, and a reasonable remiest should re- ceive very'earnest consideration from .he powers thaf be. gurditt to Celebrate June 3 Burd'etV. will hold the annual "Old Sutlers' Day" celebration this year on Thursday, .June 3. the King's birth- day. A splendid programme of sports it being arranged, including a. baseball game between Grassy Lake andBur- dett teams: horse "races of. various kinds; bicycle novelty races; foot races: children's races, and other events. The sports will sUrfal noon, and admission will be free. In the ev- ening there a.blg dance for which the best music obtainable will secured. -The committee in charge of the celebration, includes R. Fletcher, president; A.-H. Ryu, sec- retary, G 11 Johnston, treasurer. Rexall Orderlies are specific for bowel troubles of ageing Sold only J- D. Higinbotham Co., Lim- ited, the'Ilexall Store, lOc.j 25c. and 50c. boxes. -j. D.C.M. T! told a wild tale ofhosv-Jphn had at tempted to stab him. .lohtii who ii: spite of his name, is a'small hungry- enthusiastic send-off." Junior Sunbeams x Present the Playlet CINDERELLA MAJESTIC THEATRE ON May 28th Half oi proceeds go to Belgian Baby Milk Fund Admission 50 and 25c are laying down their lives for the Em- pire today.'i Accompanied by a companion this soldier essayed to bring in a fallen comrade who was lying in front of the trenches anil in tile line of fire. They svere the inarli for many German guns ind Paterson's companion was killed ust as they reached their man. Pater- son was wounded, but in the face of he terrific fire successfully carried lis wounded comrade to safety. Mr. Paterson was at one time em- ployed as city ticket agent, suceeed- ng J. Stanley Peck, when the latter eugaged in business here. lie was an electrician and was afterward the employ of Davis Brothers in this city. In tlie evidence, which was obtained trough an interpreter, it. appeared hat the plaintiff was. really the ag- ressor, that lie had not even seen the nite in'his opponent's hand. He was barged .with the costs of tlie.court. 0.00, A Peck .was and costs John Wier, on a-charge of wife de- ;rtion, was dismissed with a wani- ng. EDMONTON SOLDIER HAS .BROKEN NECK Edmonton, Alta., Jlay Uarrack.. a private of the S3st Bat- talion, which lias lieen under training here, lies at the general hospital witl; a broken neck, and although he Is con scions and able to talk intelligently no hope is entertained for his rccov ery. Physicians are of the opinion that he may live, a -week or more. His body Is paralysed from the neck down This afternoon Barrack was at the Y.M.C.A-.swimming bath, and, in div ins. by mistake, selected the slmllm part, with the result that he struck the bottom, sustaining fatal injuries He is years of age, single, and hi mother is" next of kin, residing at 20 Jlance street, Montreal Bears To Go To Banff The bears a! .Henderson Park wi cease to" be an attraction for Leth- bridge- people. They are to be pre- sented by the cily to the Dominion government for the national park at Banff; This has been decided by the city commissioners today. The bears will litslj- bo traufiwnd shcrUf. Massachusetts wireless avc had! good 'success with experi- icnts in sending and receiving mcs- ages with aerials laid on the jound. ____ Ottawa, Jlay solution of the unemployment situation was laced hcfore- the jnayor's congress this morning by C. W. Barnes, Bri- tish labor member for St. Georges, who, with W. Wyndliani, representing the British Board of Trade, arrived in Ottawa today to .loot into tfie question of securing skilled labor tol the munition factories of Oreat Bn- Jlr Barnes informed the gathering that skilled laborers were re- quired, though it was not expected that this number would be securpd in a day Men were wanted who could handle metal and work lathes of all kinds, also to-take part in sembling oi parts and putting them together. It was proposed to pay the fare of such men to the other side. If they remain-six months' their [are will he paid back to Can- ada. Men will be paid the highest wages prevailing in the district to which thev go and they will only go to tlie best districts. They will be employed only in the government factories and by firms who aro_ en- gaged on war contracts. Today Mr. Barnes and will confer with the government .as to whether they will, he .permitted to draw such men: from Canada, Mrs. Jackson Silbaugh Of Seattle, a member of the Industrial Commission, will address Citizens Meeting In St. Andrew's Church On Friday, May 28th 8 P. M. -in the Interests of Prohibition. SUBJECT: Ruin: and trie Wage Earner Law and Law Makers Questions will be Salvation-Army Band will be In Voters are specially invltsd. ;