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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHMflPGE DAILY HERALD LOCAL PRICES tnt Provide paid Ko. 1 No. t 3 Northern i Northern No. No. No. No. Red No. 2 Red No. 3 Red 4 Red No. _Ko. '6 Red No. 3 -Alfalfa, per 11-W No. Timothy PreineV .to tttatten- per. crate Cabbage PERFECT SHOE SPORTS AJK WALO. mm RUB UNI WHAT UNITED STATES CO1NO IN MP OEORttt CORNWALLIS-WEIT Winnipeg, JuJjr UV-Better weath-r 4, H broiirM out a Urge attendance to the rices at the today, and the events- prdved-interesting. _ Mexico" IS.-AUeWy ol the great European- powers through its diplomatic re. u has called the attention ol Secretary Biyan to the chaotic COB iA ileiico and the Hhct the an4 safety ol cltl- zees'lhere with a polite inquiry as to nhatjW sutel to da aboaOi- M A DECREE DIVORCE Whether the 'Wlnnlpet, jrala today were: October May July October Flax- October Open 9SH SJH 90, 3314 3C 123% Canh Prices Wheafc-f No. 2 Northern SV. 3 Xorlhern NO. 5 ;.r.. fi 3 C. W. '.Ex.'No. 1 Feed-. No. 1 Feed Barioy 'J j No. 2'C. V. Ctoie 33 H 33 and the events Did' The harness events -itn featured by llie" success ol the Sons'ol Sonjbro. n-inniaf the and IHarry T.t the The faw'apeat stniggle between Auto Soribro- 'aid .Friday, which wMt.heybadahe'Jiinit ol five heats, and ah neces- sary to decide, ViiBeV. pi -..first raoaey. Dotty tf prbred. .4 mare over, the Ehort dis- tance :rJa, and-arioiheV.'.faVorite, 'in Prince Hhupert' captured vUie prairie city dnby. The 'pony from 'Saturday, bmts, doe to tie fine riding ol toe boya. Third 'race; -5 Curious, wc'ond.y Stterae, third..Time' Fourth race, Cut- ty, Hunk, second'; was part ol the coacerUd movement on the part ol the European posers to bring the itate department to a declaration ot Its purpose toward Mexico'.did -not derelop today. Reports from the City cl would appeat'ti warrant'that ccwclusioB. Until'very recently President WiV- son has attached little importance to" rumors ot outsiiie influences i being brought to bear to cause the .United Slates to recognize the Huerta.; je- ginje. H is beginning to ,be apparent that there "must be very soon: some official declaration on the subject fd reassure the'Euro'pean. powers protection ci the ana1 sub- jects against pecuniary Ion by- ,'tlie continuance ol present Failing such i declarable: v. flciils tear that European roay -leel themselves frrr lak" steps to restore peace. i- 4 July decree 4> was granted todiy 4 to; Mrs. Otorge Coronallls- 4 Wtat, formerly Lady Randolph 4 Spencer Churchill. The it- 4 'tree nay >e made absolute in 4 sir 4 the xrounds for granting 4 "ike statatory de- yertlon raid misconduct. The beariic ocly a lev mln'i- Trks issued this alteraoOR for lie arreit of a roan uamed oa a charge ot rape. The im Is a girl under tltietn aie.'.; Filth 'iace, Von-; Sylvcslris.-jeccod Prim- itive, -.-.j SlxtV-race, milejan'd" Frog, Maxtgn, third. TiBi'liM 14. mm m mmmmm V c-' Oym September Dwember 5t S1J4. Chicago u Septemtfer .1'-.. December i MS GRAIN MARKET 'J I ofl In ttit Undid ihoae whlch'doeant look'1 j THINGS .the score ot place park wheif Y. M.' dlijoint- ed.Hufrup-proved the..eaaieiit-klpd''of plckjng-for rejuvenated The their fiWfof. nlngi: thu' a biiloon? M: lowed and- the.' ilona'rchs' tore off In which'took the'beiiit'.Sot of their thli "fbwttVand fatal spurn six July 15.-In ihe ierfrture. of D. S. Beach lor .the Pa- oi4c wist Cairdslon loses ari estim- able t3tizei, one who has always been (J.tie ftoat niovemenls ol that would benefit, the bwn'XConiing'to Cardstoi tromRea- NOTICE 10 CONSUMERS OF GUINNESS'S FOREIGN EXTRA STOUT ifzssss. ABTHIII GUINNESS, SON Co., Ino., of St. James's Gate flai it from circumstances .which have come to tlieir notice, to 'direct the attention of the public to the following facts with regard-to their Foreign Eitrt Stout, which in supplied to the Canadian Market in bottle oiiiy.- 1. Gvinnesi't Foreign Extra Stout is manufactured of one quality only, and it tvpplied in common to all Bottleri. 'Any differfitct noticeable in itie. Beer by the consumer mutt bt attributed to tte tystem of bottling, and _ irt fo tt V v '2. Foreign Extra Stout'ii b'rlue'i only from and H opt; no tvtutitutt: or antiseptics Have ever vseJ in tcntA 'f. :--i 3. foreign Extra Stout.fnust bear Gvintiess'SKdl-known label, Khich appears their, Trade Mark, the Harp, w .'_ yT. Jp 4. Guinnest's Foreign Extra Stout it brexcd only at St. 'James's in Vie City Br. GATE BSBWHI, A OF RESCMJRCES MEN OBJECT CARMICHAEL SasltalopnV. Julj; i TJiteis the city can aatiitactorliy tie trouble irl to' the itreet rai.l- Tay ern ployees 'iliiiiirje ?f Inspector Jack Cirrnlcbael, who 1 Coming in-1900, Mr. Beach con- busint'ss snccess- some nine years. At the end of'thjt lift t Cards ton began to boom IB! Mr. Beaca launched into the 'real asd financial' buri- neii-and first six montta .he buei oat' the1 diicbxrsad. aonw Union bt.-.Street Railway' roiy declare .a At. last night's council petition asking' a' boart ol ter and lie council ret iued 'iiict i' reqoeft the' contentton-that ''t eouteiij.aad. in'the. In- I ivceriilnii the w5Uch" at X U 17, a of a. sixteen th to fen T. M.; C. v.-'ri> JS.-H. B. ...MfjaWlfrrrlS rffs .Sane" M, If i, j Ib; JbV: ilarlow September itatted -fVi nnj had already .been dealt witbi'.uCthai as far'aa.H jrenl The" 'gave thejaat. ter' Into 'the ,-iindi c4.' theXconuiilj ilonere tWbo: lad already, rejwHedoi the to where" IS 6! tbf Board of ring tie yeari .'of m'.btBce Cardston won agriculture at -Bill- Colorado'and 1112, Mr. Beach .was 'posteasttr at Cardsfon, Balt'-Liie tional PoUoy. H" ol the Pnb- lie the subject of" an ad- Na- tlonal' took larii In- by Goverppr'jStewartjOt Mon- before qfWeft- ern to terett in-the'_opeh said "iu.wara large operators. .pub- ic fuaa. od5 would elicit prompt and forceful remonstrance. 'The old range question, that which' pertains to the lands outside the.for'. ttt Is Eolying-itseK No. BTeai'ot open range txlitt side "of i ihe forest- 5 homesteader, the dry-land thf poUcjr ".in deillii' Witif .thV piMlc "range '-'pt' the cs'nUi; jearii SteVart. iaidl o fi :y. had 'an iiioneer and ringe- men' to" themaelvesr-and they 'did ffeedoro and -llbe elongated and w there "rfes a the" advent -of that has worked oat' j' nmjge.je'gnSUpn ie'rv'e the'-'.'ad nilalarrhiien t "of wltbln ernor, meritc gree o' tlbn 6( I i. [he stockman have -brought The public range.Mike. (nslnf fenced about i'.u, ki.i a K'X- I r.g i-, L-Tin and eeasfuljbusiness operation. :je ry in xi" :.l cry'Jhe llherallty. ernment'.wW'wont to'deal'irlth r-' rfillilac ,1'fil.rJ ari! 'n.'k i: :r.f la o I-1.'- it l.i1-ra.iy r r.Ths terda '-ii- k-'.i 1'ir herds, and a Ikr .-IVIUL operation SI.-.IT n -I d -a-.i. k: J .hi jLilri-M ic a .ler injo the .ooisiwere'flrst "r "v .J nifii.r. UjUf member ,-l I i "-a: ihif and thej to find :out.-where, the was i I 'M iv -I i: si -1 a now taai the tlme.oi Ws1 I i .peedy remedy: d.-r.i -i: M' 13.: a, .IKM. jraid.Un h- i ,0 a i -.u.i i'-'f a'.-M.i -i'- -V jB-lail! c! i' ie MARKET; REPORT liL-rBeefhldes are In aqrmal Quality 'of Vre4 Istook are iinchanied prlc- i u buy ipaiincly, at II there is no In' the, easy leather rnarket. IhldM, II' flai.'im per'" Inspected ll- hldei i No. No. Z, i: woU; II Country. ceits; CHESS MASTERS ..Of' 'CANADA' ORGANIZE Next 5 3 It fcf -r M-A --jwai.-hist'.helore leaving, held -CilfrtlM marketed frnly current 'tjnotatlont.. "Ciif .akins, 17 17 to" 19 centi, tofceadltion and'' take-off; -Deaconi or bob' calf, ll.M to. Il.Sfl. wplr, with jng f IB'1. "let cf -.ff !w pait vpr'-i. acd a coicnrrenilj'. o! -bt ataoclliUon ,wa jhots M by Colonel" Fretraantle, df, Ae''. aeouring t Ottawa Kliiiston's eiv after i.warii JiscoMlob, to riot city hall fast recelrcd'at fall iM M'oes; aeeording 'to -lrl'ni, to 7 t? tirei, f" to. I'.al fcr Will :i.r. Ira1 ai '.Ol.i .-rrt, asd :hn a! :.-.g >kr a paalr will toon re- a.l! "I tM i..d u'irell rar.u1. at they the'weJt'ii' now.'piit'ithe.jn- ..-rtnial are eavy bnt they ha-reTto be with -EMterB'' ow visited the .weet might .not ndertland' thli, o often on h'lch here lilch wouid never be1 tolerated hi lie "On tht, whole, 5 M6 no reeioiijWhy nyone' should rn Canada because rjie'oHglnal charge .of, >u a chariserof.brijfii.ii i" into Canada'' a.nbeuiultd 'TWO Tofonlo, July eiger Traffic Maaager .V.'slli f P.'R-i'ri Toronto.todaj'.j "Tho C, P. R.-wlll .two __, learners on thq PidUt next 'year.'! -j thai'a Hfrjy Chisbolm, who wis lak.n ,1! by the R.'N. W. M.' I'., frvm' j "charged, ateal ni Ifn! was Sur-r- trom "defendaal i rc.a-j olm may .Moiire.1, jkerTtaijonal slump on the i t... i.. i