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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, JiTly 11,1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Paget MARKETS LOCAL PRICES Grains and Provisions Prices pftia farmera: to. fo. To. 1 Northern ........................ 78 2 Northern ........................ 75 3 Northern........................ 70 Jo. 4 Northern ........................ 69 fo. 5 Northern ........................ 51 Red ................................. 77 Red................................. 74 Red ..................._............ 69 Red ................................. 65 Red .......................;......... 51 Sio. 2 AltaUa, per ton ...... 11-00 STo. 1 Timothy.......... 17.00 'reduce- Produce prices to retailers- Strawberries............ 2.90 roraatoes .................... 52.75 Jaapberriee, per crate ....... 400 >bbage.......................04 lo. �To, ^o. io. FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, July 11.-Wheat prices were on the down trend here, due to general rains over the spring wheat areas. July sold at one dollar during the first hour of business. Opening prices were unchanged to ic lower and closed i to l^c. lower. The cash demand was quiet. There Wine a few oBoirings but no inquiry. inspections were 166 cars and in Bii'Jit were 300. Cables closed : Berlin i lower ; Budapest If higher, and Antwerp li higher. Liverpool was on holiday. '.Vheatr-July ..... Oct....... Dec....... Oats-July ..... Oct. ...... Plax- 'July ..... Oct....... Dec...... Open Close 99* 99i 08i 36 32i 4 >��* >* 1.24 1.28 1.88 Cash Prices No. 1 Nor................... No. 2 Nor................... No. 3 Nor................... No. 4.............-............ No. 5........................... No. 0 ,,.,,.......... Feed ......... t^....^ Oats-No. 2 G. W. ;............... No-. 3 C. W.......... Extra No. I Feed ...... No. .1 Feed .................. No. 2 Feed .........�......., Barley-No. 4 .............r.jc #.....* Flax- iNo. 1 N. W. C....... No. 2 C. W................. No. 3 C. W................. Minneapolis uuly' �........___.......... Sept................... ......... Doc.........ert and N. McLoughlln beat Raworth and RobertBOh 3-9, 8-4, 7-B. Ladles' 8ln||�� Miss McLoughlln beat Ml�e K�aay, 7-5, 6-3. Mrs. McLoughlln beat 'M(�8 Henderson, 8-1, 6-2. Miss Park�r beat Mtes A. Dixon, 8-0, a-3. . LadlM' Doublaa Ml�� Mcljougblin and Mrs. McLoughlln beat Mla� Henderson and MliB Kinney. 6-1,.6-1. , Mrs. McLoughlln attd Miss Parker beftt MtsB Hender^oc and Miss Blxon, 6-3, 6-8. Mixed Double* Mies Parker ahd Mr, r\*eraird beat MlBB A, Dixon and Mr. Francis 6-1, 6-3. Mrs. McLoughlln and N. McLoughlln boat.MlSs Henderson and Mr. Powers, 2-6, 6-4, 6-8- Miss McLoughlln and Mr. Brown beat Miss Kinn�y; - end Mr. Canning, 6-3, 8-4.. NOTICES RIFLE Cl,UB NOTICE The Lethbrldge Rifle association will shoot off the la,Bt stage of the C. R. L. match Saturday afternoon at 2 p.m. All membie^g are re'duested to turn out as the t�n higfi scoreS count as the'team. Rig leaves Asqulth & Lindsay's office at. 1.80 p.m. The Lothbrtdge Rifle club will be represented at Calgary . meeting, July 13 to 18, by Messrs. Pittard, Carlson, Hutchinson, and pavldson. CHICAGO GRAIN PRICES Chicago, July ll.-^eneral rains in the spring crop belt tended toda.y to ease wh^at. Holiday* in Liverpool and Paris exerted � similar influence, as of late much bullish activity has or!gin�ted across the Atlantic. Betides, there wore favorable harvest advices from RusBlti, The opening was the same as lait night to M. off; September, which �t�rted at 89 to 89�4, unchanged to ^ lower, declined to Ot^ts suffered from lack of support. September fjitasled to att at 40 to 40^40^, and fell to 39%. RESULTS OF RAGES AT WINNIPEG p Winnipeg, July 10. - Heavy rain and the consequent heavy track marred the third day's racing at the Exhibition hero today, but the attendance was greater than on other days. The big race program of the day was the hotel .;)^epers' purse of $5,000, which.'was "won by Grand Opera in straight heats. The local crack The Beaver, appeared to lose time In faster company. Barnes, Hhe driver of the latter, was fined $25 by the judges, who considered that he could easily. have driven into second place In the final heat. The betting for second and third place ir. this race was Cancelled. Summary : 2:20 Pfioe or 2:15 trot, Hotel Keep-trs' purse, $5,000 - Grand Opera, Smith and Proctor, Toronto, 1, 1, 1,, The Beaver, E. J, Rochon; Winnipeg,, a, 2, 4. Imbro, M. Shields, Spokane.r Wash,, 4, 8, 2. The Deaconi J. Mc-[fuire, Denver, 3, 3, 3. Georgia Wilson, R. L. Parker, Hamline, Minn., 5, 4, 5. Time 2;l2i ; a:l4i ; 2:l3i. 2:15 Ttot, purse $1,000-Prince of Polog, Tuttle, Anaconda, 1, 1, 1. Vaster, McKenzle and McDonald, Winnipeg, 2, 2, 3. Baroness Helen, Flemraing, .Portage La Prairie, 4, 4, I Time 2:174 ;. a:20i ; 2:101, JUx furlongs,. running purse $350- Dan Field, Anderson and Lunna, Re-gina, 115,, won; Dotty, Reid and Mayer, Calgary,, 118, second; Rio.jo, Pullerton and Maddox, Victoria, 105, third. Time l:l6i. Ladies' plate, running, one mile, purse $600 - Prince Rupert, Wheat City Stables, Edmonton, 114, won; Suiiny Day, G. Bradshaw, "Binsqarth, 115, secondTuscan, Mrs. McKenxie, Cochrane, 117, thjrd|. Time 1:48. Five furlofigs, ttmning, purse $300 -Fore, .Irwin BroS:, Cheyepne, 112, won; Judge Henderson, Reid and Mayer, 117, second; Casrabna, Wheat City Stables, 11^, third. Time-1:04. Second race, mjle-Haverock, won; Rock Springs, second; Sarolta, third. Time i:44. Third race, 5 fvrjongs-Rags, won; Bdlala,: second ; Kedron,'third. Time 1:03 1-5.  Fourth/race, mile and. a sixteenth -Gerrard, won ; Oouhter Pafl, second ; Mlocouske, third. Time 1:50 4-5. Fifth race, six furlongs-Loveday won ; Black River, second ; fiurning Daylight, third, Time 1:17 4-5. Sixth race, mile and 70.yards-Napier, won ; Henry Hutohinapn, second; Joe Stein, third. Time 1:47. Seventh race, mile and 70 yards - Her Goz, won ; L- M. Kokprt, i,ec-ond'; Clinton, third.Tlme 1>47. : ! FOXES CAUSE ft SLUMP PRICES ARE TUMBLING OWING TO ALBERTA GLUTTING EASTERN MARKET Edmonton, July 10.-Two hundred and nineteen live fo.ves, ranging from black silver to red crosses, valued at $320,000, hnve been shipped from Edmonton to points In the jyrovinces of Nova iScotia, Prince Edward Island, and New York and Pennsylvania since the opening of the season. The most valuable consignment, which went forward yesterday, consisted of ten pure black puppies, for which Kane Brothers of Brooklyn, N, Y, paid $30,000, The animals were sent to Ogden, Penn., for propagation purposes. Frederic M. Lee, president of the Western Raw Fur Company, who recently shipped 34 foxes, valued at $10,000, to breeders in Prince Ettward Island, announ.ies that he will not dispose of any more animals to eastern ranchers, having decided to establish a fox farm at Tees, Alta., where 40 foxes are now domiciled. He said: "Advices from easteTa Canada are that prices of live foxes have decreased from 25 to 50 per cent, during the last 30 days. This slump Is accounted tor by large shipments through Edmonton from all over the n6rthyli; pur Ternns are vary, easy-STRICTLY C^iHn