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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta I Thursday, July ,Y HERALD. LOCAL. PRICES Grains and Provllloni Prloes paid farmers: Northern 2 .Northern .ffortliern Ko No. No. No. B.NoitteS No, 1 No; 3 Hed No. S lied................................. N'o. Red No. S Red No. 2 Alfitlln, per Ion No, I Timothy.......... J'rndnoa prices to Strawberries............ Tomaloes.................... Riarrborrlw, poi' crate- 78 16 70 -OS 54 77 60 05 W 11.00 17.00 2.00 J2.76 4.00 .04 THURSDAY'S CHAIN PRIOE6 _ Winnipeg, July Liverpool mar- ket higher this morning, and European .markets woro all firm, oauacd strong ujjeninga on Am- erican "and the locjU markets. Thero vrcro lurthcr advances, throughout tho day. .Winnipeg opened i higher tor all monOcs nnd closed J t8 higher. Minnoapolls opened, i to higher mouth.8- sun! closed I to i higher, Chicago opened to Higher and closcrtri to i higher. t Liverpool markafc Qlusod f to 3 Paris 1 to 1J up Berlin "up Budapest UP Antwerp -I up. t Car receipts weto-375 cars Inspeot- Jeii-'Md 160 in sight. if Open Olose I 'July 681 Oct. tUnly 35 1.811 1.861 Cash Filcea 1 Nor. K'or.................. 1 2 C. 5VNo. 3 C. u Ei-tra No. i Fetd No. 1 No. 3 I. No. t Flax- No. 1 N. Minneapolis 'July Sept. Dec............................ I Chicago 85 L23J- i.asj 88} 35J S3 75 70 60 34J S3 SI 33 1.234 89. Oil Hi Slj 941 91J 80) 02{ Spring grains in Doutn are Rapidly Heading iron irpoi CONDITIONS ..-AS iEJNG ROSEATE Tuber. July Wiih the exception ot a few spate wbfch got rain iate, tho tor mltos in every di- rection Tftbftr are Tho proBpjota of A big yield wero nev- AT brighter, Grain IB avartinp to head out well, fluttlif IB looked for In Ix "VVhwe the rain Kas late, thV (rain U a" Uttle backward, but wiui'. a. contlnuahcfr of favor'ahle ,nH parU wilt pull through well. All grains are in excellent ehaps, ReppTtB from Turin, Retlavf Rosomead. and tiprcouutry districts, bear out prailctiona. At the pre sent coridltlona could ha-rdly ho more EVERYTHING PROMISES WELL ALONG ALDER8YDE LINE July cropB last year were good in this district, and after survey of condi- 'When'he mils for his beal fllrl in the "good old by James Praise. WESTMINSTER BASKET BALL TEAM DEFEATED ST. ANDREWS.; The Sunday school league basket ball game between' Westminster and tho seniors ol St. Andrew's schools played last a -wbi..lor.Westmiust4i ,15. 9. Al- though game terminated two inlnutes, short ol .-time. owing to an unusual incident. Sit. Catley, haB-rBlereed several oi -the" games: WESTERN WINNERS AT THE WINNIPEG DOG. SHOW Winnipeg, July dog shbir, held under the auspices of the Winni- peg exhibition, opened today when judging was completed in. several clasucs. Western winners were as lol- lows Brothrrs, of, In- dian Head, took first with Heather Neil in tho dog and with great a bitch class, and third with Heather CHICAGO VVHEAT MARKET Cbtca'go, July turned stronger today in response to the bull ish aspect of the government reporl filters .wero.also uufavorabla crop vices from Franco.' Freo offerings however, from a-.variety of sources, ijuSclvly wiped out the advance. Tho opening waa Vi to hishor. Septeni- bor ivhleh started at 8874 to Mvi, the .Barne change from laEt night, as the market, taken altogether, reacted to Leading houses nut pressure oats. September started VI to oB and 'descended to first. In tlie opening bitcli hla Linni- licid Margery took first, tu the Carley, interviewed hy' today, ruled tlmi tlie game goes to Westminster. This'tics Knox Yox'urrlnrsmootu'elaiiT and who w 11 have to w ot carried oil t ,SCaSf ,j T rcsficve wlih Lady of Roston. shield at present is held by West- ST. ANDREW'S FOOTBALL TEAM WON CLOSE CONTEST lt; the' 20-yearold. member of t'no Royal Golf Club, Ottawa, whose play In'the pplf tournament for Canadian Amateur cbamplo'n- at tKe Toronto'golf club grounds, has been, remarkable. St. Andrew's and St. Mary's foot- ball teains clashed last nigh't in ono of tho best games of tho season. Tho high wind interfered somewhat In tho second hall. The score at half timo was 1-0 in St. Mary's favor, but tho Scotch Saints regotiated two scores in the second. France Max Not Want Him .Trick -not Jlnd ref in Prance, ,n tho opinion of State ile- iKirtuiRnt They say while probably there U no in tbe extradition treaty with France under which his surrender couM he" demanded, tlie aHthorUlba ev- en without a formal appeal, from Oia Untied States governmejit niay deport Jolmson. most Kuropenn coini- trles, France la understood to have IWB srolitbltlns tho immigration of a poison convicted ot criino In. liia own country. CITY MAY MIUU POWER BUILDING FOR SMALL JNDUBTRIES 'yesterday afternoon. .-Mayor Hardl, antj Jos! P. Tracy, commissioner o maiiufaoturing and commercs, ?leited the mill and-at the nest "meeting of tho-council will auh mlt a proposition to maKo It an indua trial which will be rented for Bousing small industries. "Water id Jn the contracts. The municipal 1 LuBtrlal, but Id ing "idea is fast growii in. Western cities. Calvary has h: the icheme iu view for some time mniiefUoner Miller, ot that city, ad strongly. The butlrtingbBs p ro'et of floor space, and would be suitable for the purpose. The pro posai was first made by Mr. Tracy a the council meeting an.Monday, Uons there-js- no hesitancy in pro- nouncing them bfetfer this year. There aro np of any kind, and if there IB ft. continuance of the warm weather, cutting Bheuld be general jib out Aucufit 12, The grain is atert- Ing to Veil, and tor miles In direction not one- compUla't is tieard as to cofiaHIonB. Barring im- for Bel-bhokal the Carmangay- Baroiia aiifl will ave bumper oropii 7 OW ISLAND THEM ALL Bow Teland, July beat in is "world, ifve'vo 'em all IB 10 way one'.booster expressed escribing. crop conditions around There U'no winter pring whfct'iB h'oadinp" rapidly to mv uHty, and all fcoing -fcell, cutting -will tart iha firat Week In AuguU. lax there is.could not look better and the ooarsei Sralnii are aU doing as T B tab moat, exact Ins expect, 3PRWG GRAlNa" LOOK WELL AROUND OAROSTQN Cardpton, July spring cropi aro In prbmifclng Bhape'here, Winter wheat is pVnrt, at least 30 por CBnt. ng much beiqw'ltie average. Eariy spring conditions are blamed. Spring look more promia Gutting isftauld start about ist 10. .ThQ.ha.y yield Is.satisfactory The stand. la.eihorter than usuftl, liu s offset Iu t..... GRANUM AND CLARE3HOLM EXPECT BIG YIELDS Grattum, wheat flolda 'ti this 'district -aria' loo Icing the beet ever. Barring untoward visitation, tho QranunvClareihoIm district reap the beet'crop oh record. There la no "winter wheat around here. UQB a rugged stand, and with present cpcdftious malntKlu- ed, cutting should start a week earlier than last yean' The crops In thef west along the creek and la the foothills' are a.11 promising exception- ally WILL INVOKE INTERVENTION O ATTORNEY-GENERAL IN AGAINST POLICE CHIEF NOTICES BASKETBALL TONIGHT 8l. Mary's basketball tftam will con- test with Knox team oil tho letter's ground, at 7 o'clock'this evening. NOTICE TO" UALMto A full practice of Caledonian club footbnil players ts requited .for Fri- day night at 7.46 Bhni'p, 'Meet at tbp Y. M. C. A. to atrip. SPECIAL ATTENTION E. CUU3 All plnyortt of tho senior nrni Inter- mediate teams nro requested to ha on hand toindrrov night for a pracUco gamo at tbo mounted police barracks. in.the Imli at 8.30. Any now members who nro-cigned on nre spec- Jally naked to be thGre. Medicine Ifat, July Cnrapey, "whose refilgnotion from th police force was demanded last nigb refused to reslen until his charge Chief Bruce and. Magletrat Kealy OTB thoroughly Investigated 1 his presence. He threatens to tak tlie rnrUter to tbo Attorney-General, l tho pity Council refuses an investlga tlon. has written a letter to SpenotT ataUng abovo. He says tb aro only 'preHnalnary, an cuatomera unable to qualify