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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, JuXv i ii IvETEtBBIDGE DAILY HERALD LOCAL PRICES Qrjtlni and paid Nq. 1 Northern 78 No. .2'Northern 75 No. 3 tfbrlliotu........................ 70 Northern No; fl Northern No, ,1 Hcil No. No. No. No. a. Red G9 Si 77 it 69 .06 54 11.00 1T.OO .1 Itcd 4 lied 5 Hcd No. 2 AlfBira. viar ton No. 1 Timothy Blue Joint 16.00 Produce prices to Strawberries 3.90 TomatoM BuSfci Tier case 7-00 Butler, per tb 31 TUESDAY'S QRAIN PRICES Open Cloeo (17% 98 Wheat'. Jiiiy............. October...... Oats: July................. 35 October 37% Flax: July....... '.......120% October 126 December Winnipeg Cash Prfoas Wheat: No. I, Northern............... No, 2. Northern ...v........... No. 3, Mo. No. No. Oats; No. 3. C, W. No. 3. C. W................... Extra N'o. 1. Feed NO. Nu. 2. Feed Barley: No. 3: No. 4; Rejected.................. Flax: No, I. N. W. C, No. 2. C. W, No. 3. C. W. 35 120 125 122 7B 09% 60 34% 33 34 33 48% 43 43 Ritel" and 'Slack Powder Sheila are always bcoa'use are made of tesfed- materials, 'by modern methods, anil loaded with the standard brands of povyder, ahqt and wadding, and by "i-machines which measure the powder and ahot with exactness, seat tHe wads evenly and crimp the shells firmly. You''can always be sure of getting good re- sults with Winchester black .powders Miulc Tiy theMakcru ottlie famous Winches RtGAIIA AT LAKE OH THURSDAY The Aquatic Club will hold its first regatta of the season Thuts- day.cTcning. The events to be contested will be similar to tbosB of last year and at- tended them will ba more than pleased with this announcement concerning Tvhat be "seen at the lake on the coming occasion. The program of events is as fol- lows Tandem canoe race for boys un- der. 18 years. Tandem rowing rac-e for ladies, no coxswain. Single cowing race for boys with coxswain. Single canoo race for mod. Single rowing races for men, no coxswain. Upset canotj race for men. Tandem canoe race for men. Tandem rowing for men. Tug-of-war between row boats and canoes. Tilting contest for men. Page T THAI THE 1 RETICENT THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE .nleresting Revelation at City 'Harvey Suc- "jceeds as J Engineer t mil It pot harmony At tho .that friction oxliU.be> Mayor Hardlo and the rather enlightening and startling admU'slo'n made by that gentleman himself at yetterday's rheotfiifl of the council while the question of "choosing a head for the. Qjty'a department wai under discussion. "They don't wjint me ]n thercr 1 flfV only half the Information ntfde'dt I. have to dig, dig, dig for ftyqry hit of Information get. It's the same with all depart- Mayor Would Accept the Job The maypr Wanted, to be auiiervis- qS oaglneer over the city englneor- PK department.. '.Aid. Levering- and tho majority ot those present wished to aee qne ot the two men now the head ohttio department, W. S, Harvey acting engineer lin' place of. A. C.ID; Blauohard, It w'ap in the filscusslon that the rrmvor riiade the charge that he was barbed out from the Inner ahrinea of. tbo rariouB city departments, and trie ruapntiri.to vrhlch he iald It, In- was poavad. In the'end hoyreiror Mayor Ilardle vqted motion that W. S. Har- vey be ,appointed "to" ijosttlon ui acting- remarklngr that ha was not'aftqr. ths job liimfieU, that ha pupBorte'd tho motion bscauio of per reasoiiB, npt on bis own judg ell up HiRt whoii you ask for Infer- from tho dcpartmout, you do not get Itl" i ifftj'or, only get half (n- 'orunatlon, and often that wotJtn You; yourself, aa an en- gineer, Jtauw. Harvey was choaen iy Londbn out ot a select coterie of englneera aa ono ot tUo three from htuh tho final choice made, and opflon'ls a city, of The "cannot always tell from rocommondatlonB." Aid.' ihlB man has been for the for two years; we knpw what be can sentlomen, I can- not flty anytbtng moro for personal i believe you are making Ald, McNabb Opposes Aid. held that the council d not .kuow enousrli nbout the work ot the-nppolntoef arid therefore voted motion. Later, when the being put through conftrjn- fng the appointment, Aid. McNabb aAvertentljr moved one of the motions he found out ?rbat ha had done (lie rest of tho council had the laugh on he wouldn't itand for thn and.liad Aid. HawUton. sub Btltiito hie namo In placa of Some More of the Same Another breath from Uie Inside hpw.lng Und about the city iiall lies'came when the council vrae General- Superintendent He id's', request for two months leave of-absence. Before'they passed any tlie- holiday the mayor Wilted to hnow that every- thing lu tbe. department was in uroper Vli'apej.. onr whom tbe work of superintending the-affairs of the 'lepirtiueiit.would" devolve during Mr, lelifl's iibVence, AM, Loveriugr wanted ment July September December July Sotitember i, December Mlntieapolltt 94 azo m 105% 93% Chicago 3S 89W 88% 92 Ti .92 U CANADIAN BOWLING TEAM WAS VICTORIOUS Defoalod Combination Team at Qlai- now by Comfortable Margin Ijoridon, July OlaBgow, the Canadian bowlers played a combina- tion Corporation, find gow association bowlers' team. The Canadians won, 128 to OS. Scores: Rice 22, Ilobcrlaon 16; Wood 19, Graham 15; Farrow 11, Knowle'a 24, Montgomery 15; Chap- man 16, McQueen IB; llonnie 36, Hen- demon 10; totals, Canada 128, Well- croft 93. CANADIAN CHESS EXPERTS GATHER AT WINNIPEG Winnipeg1, July In. the Do- minion, chess tournament opens la Winnipeg tomorrow, and .though the entry OR" large us expected, tho calibre ol the contestants' points to a brilliant series 6C games. The best Toronto jilnyerB, J. S, Morrison, cham- pion of Canada, and S. E. Gale, arq In the city to uphold ot tho Kaat, while too Went will strongly represented by R. J. Spencer, nipog; C. Blake .ol Brandon; H, W. Worsley, Vorkton; R. A. Red Deer, and E, A. Aemitli, forest, Man. Cuba's crooked coast-line fixes forever the Kmiu in which men can giow tobacco with the tantalizing (topic "fnng" that smokers have learned to expect from "Clear Havana." Nature1! secret formula hidden in the rich brown loam, the salt-laden air, and the growth-forcing sunihinc of thii one little island. She ftiiardi it more jca'ously than the Spanish keep tht secret of ihelr cordials. Therefore, must look to Cuba for (he keenest enjoyment that their tobacco- taife can give. Eveiy pal ale-pleasure to be expected from thn famous Cuban leaf, ii found in Havaitas They are made from the choicest leaf in the famous V'uelta Abajo district, selected at the plantations by Webster's own into Canada in the leaf (under low tariff) and made info cigars in a clean, sun-lit Canadian factory. H you do not know them, pay a quarter for an introduction, and lei the fuit one give you a new and delightful defnulion of "Clear Wherever cigars are scld, they have this brand in shapes eud Popular "flrevas" sAapc at W. R. Webster 6 Company, Limited Shsrbrooke, Canart.R (t was beg t. In faot Jie HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUS Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of tfceso boxes SOB PtraraER INTonMATlON J.VIT.Y TO Lethbridge Branch C G, K, Nourse, IS IN I1GLE SEEMS THE CITY RATHER NE- GLECTED !T8 OPPORTUN- ITIES THREE YEARS AGO Reid' to who wait assistant. reltorate'd -the etRtement that ho be- lleyed.tlie council was making take.. '_ byiaw waa passed conftrmtng: the appointroent, .although. It Is distinctly under'Stqod the title will carry aa. salary over, what lha appointee .is now receivijijj. It'jWflB the mayor blmseK who in- troduced aubject. Ha eald he wanted'.to aeo somuone in charge of the 'depariifieiLt wJio wonlrl bo held respohBlbte. The present atato of af- fairs, did not suit. p Aid. Alrd's Solution "Aid. 'Atrd In the chair, suggested that onfl ot the two isaiatant engin- eers receive appolnbnent._ Aid. 'It was then, after, come little 'pro and. con discus- sion, t'hjit tho mayor 'ventured tho opinion that tlio counte was not the right ono, ttnd that, he himself, with- out additional npuld under- taVo tba taat of BiiparTlBing tbo de- partment. There wore matters he wlshfid to delve Into, and the appoint- ment would give htm tho power. Wants More 'Power ''I have not tho powor he add- ed. Aid. IjIaniiUon "Do you mean to informfttion that Mr. Reid's brother assistant at per'inbnUu Aid. Loverlng and tbe ild that lie not qualified for the position, not being the holder of first papers, f doqs he get the title of assist- ant asked Aid. bov- erink." Titles" "I'm I flon't know." said tho ''Where' did aU tho bigh- falutink titles around here from anyway, Kx-Ald.. Bowman, told ine thnt the ila- tlonery cnmo.out tbat title at the head, aud tho council did cot know a thing about It. There are too many high sounding titles around this place and .not enough good Botltl work." Aid. Alrd to the Rescue Aid. Alrd put in a.word here, quiet- explaining ttyat Mr. Reid was ap- pointed "ecneral superintendent" by special city bylaw about one year ago. The leave of granted Bubioct to the condition that the maj'or found everytMug jn the depart- ment in order before Mr, Reid left, and could make satisfactory arrange meuta for aupervlBing the department in hie abien'ce. Lethbridge'a chance of getting a publlo library are Juet about ha far advanced today ne they ivere yester- day, or a year ago, or two years for that matter. After a hajt hpur'a discussion the matter was tabled by the council but the mayor will carry nesotlatlonH further so some action may be expected before the end of tho yoar. The correspondsDce ot the past three years was laid un tho table foi the discussion of the matter yester- day, the recent curt note from Jas Bertram, socrelary of tho Camegle Library Fund among It. The fyles pRruBcd, but did not throw light on. the tang la than that on March )ual Anniversary of Mormon Trek and Founding of the Town IS, a communication was 're- ceived 'from Mr. 'Carnegie "offer Ins to Increase the grant from -the fir at offered, to provided the city would he wJJlihg'to. undortako t provision of a corraapondlng malntea auco fund, vrntcb, would to par EIIUUTU, Jt PaBDe The council wanted to kuow wheth there had ever been a byla-tf voted on by. the people" In thl and w for an accident before doing anything, .The Club has been do- ing a'ome work on the Slide road but considerable rnore work Is necessary, (ind H ia surely up to the government to either got busy or construct a new road. Several people hare been kill- ed ond two or three seriously injured by runaways through this Slide, and persons Uke a cliance on their life every time they drive through. USUAl NONSENSE ABOUT ULSTER -AND THE Belfast, July T.-rOrangts demo tlons on a large scale are to toki pUc on July 12, as cm atom try on the ann yerHnry" ol the battle of the The processions and meetinei fife and drum be ttie ordor of tie The tions will take place not only ID Be fast but in the north of Ireland ai w'holQ. Tho principal meatlns wilt be In th vicinity of -the realdence of Craig, M. P., two miles out ot Bolfaa Many Epeakera, Including Bir Edwar Carfion wJH ba beard-la Oranj district Belfast IB already lavish1 denoroated with orange bBnncrB on the Union Jack. TUUB for there ta no reason to fenr tlie claah between Ul- Btormen ami NatlonaliatB, although there Is much uoeaBineaa, mm WILL Magratbj July the Gtir- eh City had no celebration on .Do- minion Day, she will do herself proud m tho 24.th ot the preaoat month. tt a day that has EL dual iSgniflcanct or a majority of the citizens of -the own, being a notable day in the hfs- bry of-the Mormon church, and-a Ira the birthday of (he town, of MA- grnth an incorporated lown'. It was "66 years that Morrnou- people entered tho Sail'Late, valley, and July 24tb Is observed.throughout the ohurcb. OB a. holiday, Tho town council generally takes charge of the celebration iitis at their regular meeting on Wednesday a'at decided to celebrate. Tho work; urns outlined and the big celebration la under way. ProtjramB will bb announced later but all are RiVfru an open welcome and.can be aura that It will be .while ,t Tlie AVomon.'B Institute ore ing reaurrecilng and boosting trio now defunct brass band.- -They should be able to ill! the enrollment in short order and it la to bo hoped the happy-idea IB realised before the com- ing big celobratlonL HaU oft to the ladles 'and step into line. The M. I. A. ewe their, reiular monthly conjoint meeting on Sunday night, A nice program was rendered. The entire evening ,of Anguist 8 will he devoted, in place of regular program to e.atudy of the llio and of IJllta'It. Snow. will ba read, some of her, poems dleouBied and musical rendtrad. A treat IB anticipated at ahe U ona oj Mor-- monism's beat, product! ftlonc Kt-. erary line. On TufiEday, tlin Ith, younf ladles will hold thslr Winuil -frtrd conference. Lunohean will bt BO that It will not neowiarT1 to leave between Bullions Kwralog and afternoon. Amone and depftrtorec for the wsrfti R.' Tailor, J. L. Flnlayoon and vita from, the south Mlsa Beule OrtMift Ida Wood left for Barter and fn Idaho, George Naylorf Jr., son of ouv local George, arrived last week, from Og- don, where he has lived for tho put throe years. IB by his wife and they Intending mile- Ins their future honM, DAV IN GREY Owon flOund, July 7.-rNomlnatIon In Uie bye-slcctiouB'for North Oroy held here tortay. John McQuakor, snd Colin Cimeron, G tire namtjA. BULGARIA BOUGHT TURKEY Vienna, July In announced hero from "an official source that Turkey lisa agreed to ronialn neutral in the Balkan conflict In return for a concesalofl made oy Buignrfa In con' MCtlon with the war Indemnity. For Health's Sake DRINK WOLFE'S AROMATIC SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS the spirit that not only gratifies the palate, but satisfies the calls of nature.' In no medicines compounded for organic disorders, are there .the same stimulating influences and tonic virtues as are to be found in Wolfe'i a distilled spirit which possesses natural ethers of supreme worth where the organs of body demand a tome .corrective. It clur> and -Jcansej ihe Kver of impuriiiti, hulthy. and vigorous adion and iutur'9 >vllh of vituity. And iha ici the (ofnv of a And pUaiing drink. Good for both KXM at til timci and in all cli'raei. OWalnablt at all Hotels and Retail Slam, tic, Bay Go. ge ;