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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta  1111 No. 3 Northern........................ ">i' No I .. . . .................. IS No. r,.................................�........ No. ', Alberta Red .................. 'J No. 3 Alberta Red.................. fifi No. 4 Alberto Red .................. I's No. 5 Alberta Red.................. U bran, per ion............ S1.0 Shorts, per ton............ 28.00 Oats, per ton, sacked ......~ 20.00 Rolled Oats .................. 27.Ou Vegetable*: Potatoes, per cwt................... 0.75 Beets, per lb...............0.03 Carrots, per lb.............0.0a Turnips, per lb...............,........� -01A: Onions, per lb.* .......................;nin. When they met last summer both were green as grass, buf big Willard had a hit the better of the argument. "One Round" Davis' quick defeat of veteran Jack (Twin) Sullivan at Buffalo last week nuts him back In the running, and adds weight to his claim that Kearns beat him with a "lucky" punch. The men are to l-fe ve-match' ed and it' UaviB is guccessful in turning the tables on the Soldier he will bo given 11. chance with Jess Willard. The French sports are going to clear np the middleweight championship with the aid of f0W- of our fighters. Billy Puuid. j,,,,) |,y;mi{ Klaus will Winnipeg, Jan. 4.-Cash prices ior grain today were : No. 1 Nov..................,............ 81$ No. 2 Nor. .............................. 781 No. 3 Nor............................... 75-i- No. 4........................................ 09 "j No. 5........................................ n4A- No. 0 .................................... HOi No. 1 Feed .............................. -in Winter Wheat-No. 1 Alberta Rod .................. 81. .v No. 2 Alberta Red ..,............... 70 No. 3 Alberta Red .................. 71! Oats-No. 2 c. w......... m No. a c. w............................. No. l Feed.............................. 28- Barley- No. 3 ........................................ No. 4........................................ -11 Flax-No. IN. W. C.......................... 1.041 CHICAGO MARKETS Chicago, Jan. I.-Wheat was steady on firm cables at the opening, buc, there was little trade. May started a shade higher to a shade lower at 91% to 911/4, and sold to 91% There was scarcely any trading in oats at tho start. May opened a shade up to unchanged at 32% to 32% @%, and held within that range ou early transactions. battle March 5, and Eddie McGoorty will have it. out with the winner a month later, if the plans of the Parisian promoters do not miscarry. It will likely be MoOoorty and Klaus who meet in the final. I think Frank a better man than Billy right now. He outbox-ed Fapko for six -rounds at Pittsburg several years ago aud at that time Billy was ranked secor.d only to Ketchel and a little later made a very creditable showing with the champion himself. Klaus 'was then a comparative novice and is now at his best. He should sto|> Papke hiside of twonty rounds. JAS. J. CORBETT. By Appointment T# H. M. the King luchanan' RED SEAL Tfc 'Best Two Scots JAMES BUCHANAN & CO. SCOTCH WHISKY DlSTILLEBiS O. 0, ROBLIN, TORONTO Sole Canadian Agent ;