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William James "Jim" Arthurs (1888 - July 14, 1971) was a railway
conductor and political figure in Saskatchewan. He represented
Melville from 1944 to 1948 in the Legislative Assembly of
Saskatchewan as a Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (CCF)
member.He was born in Janetville, Ontario and came to Balcarres,
Saskatchewan in 1905. Arthurs worked for the Canadian National
Railway for 40 years, first as a brakeman and then as a conductor;
he retired in 1953.He ran unsuccessfully for the Melville seat in
the Canadian House of Commons in 1949, losing to James Garfield
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