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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 1913 THE LETHBKIPGE PA ILY HERALD The prices on hew produce are pub- Ished fpdoy for tins first time, and nclurte hiy, all grades, and now po- tatoes'. Tho hay market shows a-good. demand (rail prices havo not been ma- terially by tno placing ol. now hay on malket. 1 >io. 1 Northern' 77 N'o. 3 Northern 74 -I Northern' No. 5. Northern S'o. 1 Red No. 8 lieil 3 Red 4 Hed >'o. B He'd fo. 1 Allilla, par ton I'b. 1 Timothy, per ton., 1'imotliy and Alfalfa mixed Blue joint Produce (Wholesale) v'ow Potatoes, [ier 16', Cabbage, per lb Strwberrles Haspberrics, orafo Toinmoas 81 63- 'P 05. 50 61 16.00 15.00 Jfi.OO .03} 3.75 12.76 WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, July Tlio groin prlc. 3 today ivoro: Opon Closq OTMi 97% 91 December. uly October' lax- October December 3554 1289J 128ii doling Oath Prloes STO. 3 Northern 2 Northern-.. Jo. 3 Northern. I 6 6 'ecd Vo. 2 C, W. 3 C. W. No. I Feed N'o. i, No. 8 ..v No. 4 RaJfOtJi NO. i N. w. o. No. 2 O. W No. 80.AV.'. Minneapolis Wheat .i tm 89% Decembor 92 8314 33% JO 188 75 70 33 33 32 48 ias no ClOBo I7H 92JJ- CALLIES' INTERMEDIATES Tho Caledonian football team" to play S.O.E. (Intermediates) on. Thura. day flrflt will bo: Millar, Hcndcreon, Mcllvenj, Ken- nedy, MolDdoo, McMillan Bfc- Ilyena, Scott, 'Pennan GEORGE MULLIN The -veteran Detroit pitcher, once the mainstay of their team, who hal drifted back to the minors. Ho goej to Montreal In the International lea. gutt He has been with Connie Maek'e Athletics but failed to make good there. NOTICES MoParlane. Reserves: Unnlng, Ejrlo and MoOrady. SUNDAY SCHOOL BASEBALL Knox team of the Intermediate Bao- llon at the Sunday School league play tho St. Anflrow'a toinorrow nijht at the The Knox tliey win tills will iijtve the citsm- plonBilp well In tkelr iriup. Players, a. out early. S.O.S. FOCITfALL. CLUB followldg- players are. reiiuest- tb'be for the Cal- lia'a: juah, Ijoy, Hindley. F. Kolber- ten, Farrwrby, WalllB, Drap- 'er, Truman and Pearson. ReBe.n'es: Waayer, WukeHn and 8tandlBK. Strip In hall at 6.1B, POPULAR SHOWS COMING .Coming, coming', Oon. T. Kennedy shows. The baseball and football fllubfl oE tho city have' arranged with thocefe- jrated Con. T. .Kennedy galaxy ol .exhibit. here tor ojift weelc, 38. people aie.well acquaint- ed with tho Parker shoe's have leen vftjtors to .the cliy for rOj'o past' hree-years. Well, tiid. Con. ;T...Ken.; iccly. Shows are- a replioa 'of. faniV. cms Parker sliovs, but decidedly ;or. and better. .Even as the Parser ihoivir-Wero popular here so much nore -will Con. T." Kennedy sttowB prove, )n. jccordanoo tKeir nany improvements and general 'su- periority. Big among-tho features ot :ho Con. T. -Kerjiedy shown ia (he lomlnal price, of ndmiBslon charged lo the various attractions. Whlla and! ove'ry deportment o! tho 15 tried and teated'to aTm- sh, thero is not one show that will )D considered high priced. There will 10 nerlotmanceg ol "many- kinds' and vitlitn. Ilio .reach. o( everybody's neans, and no one will b6 precluded jy circumstances ol their pocket book o make feasts of fun for' themselves it the Con. T. Kennedy shows. This s one oi the' largest- amusement on- 'erpilscs ol tho kind in America, prc- -entine sixteen dlficrcnt attractions, laving a band ol thirty-five 'skilled Icians five sensational open -air rco attractions a Ferris wheel, 'arker's lamous tvventy thousand Mr. ECKSTORM ADMIRES 8KEEL8 Calgiry Outfielder Sein In Action by Hlrri at'Mooie Jaw Moose :iaw, July' J.-pclc. Btprra, proaldont the IVeslera Can- Ada league aso, wns an- interested, specfittqr the gamo Saturday bptwtoh the the Bronohua. He iiow on his ivay to Weyburn. and looVlflg over his largg iracta of lund of which he owns several thousand acres .In thfll territory, Mr. iao.kstdrni-.ia Tyeli with a number of players In the West- ern Canada league, and walie presi- dent he sold Outfielder Davo" Skeels; of the'Heglna team, now vr'Uh the Cal- gary team, to tho Detroit club of tho American league for f-WO. Bkoela iwis at that time the best pitcher the kasuo wilh tho poe'afblo excepllon of I.efty Helnrlch, of the Brandon Au- Sjiceis l.-as tiult tho nioiin'd-aitoj Is now playing, the put field regularly, His work has bom BO impreislve, In tho gardon-ihat It is understood (hat the TigcTB aro BerlouBly cohsidming tatlng him lack, "A scout was re- cently up ir> IJdmonton looking- over both Skcels and Jack Clnyion. Page 7 Cowley, ball game fit: (ho BCMon here Mori- ilQ.y nitht. jtheu tho and etcona teams clMhed, Tliere liaa been hard feellutr .befwo'4ft 'th.o' regulars and but nlght'a balila'.y'lji :llkely put a stop to all iuarrell'ne, flfst team had the bard to 'of doubling tho which they prb-cieded lo'dp; Iliu flnal score being 12 to .'6. Over In side bets was up.aiaong the players. The teiroa up as follow: Firit 3b; Hoblnson If! B. La Brte BS; Alexander rf; Miller Ihj plnfimor.8 Sb; J. La Tirle cf; Hodg- son c, n'nd Srnytia p. ss; Ounn 3b; fjnyder Ibj JIoBwan p and rf; Fortler rf Dire cf; Biisterbrook cf; ilurdoch If; -McDonald and Oanas London, July evidence or Derby, fresh from Knowaley anil his entertainment of King Ciearge, was thq leading foature yesterilaj- ot toa big tiir( lllei notion brought b'y H. Wooton, the trainer, against Mr. R. S. Sfavler. It Is bated on article In "The Win- ning alleging Ihnt Wdotlpn was guilty ol Inatnictlng h'ls sons.'Pmuk and -SUnloy, antl apprentices under his control.'to "pull" liVsiy winners and aleo cf making bets on other hora- In tboi-aces In question. Ixird Derby's testimony waa given with, tbe lone and attitude of a frank general sportsman, and hw 'aroused general not only by bis to fiiiestions' tiut by the coni- nonts-" made 'asldo' with which he sometimes Hluslrated his answers. you auy'relation with Tet- Jlr. Sievier, .who is conducting bis own. defence, i "I replied Lord Peruy; and, tKeri, in an, undertone, "thank goodness." "Did the shorthand reporters bear asked Justice "I nover bet said Ixirrt Derby. "Only a flyer or A tenner now and thpa. I bet on a racecourse, but never away from one." "But, really, I Know nothing about betting-.' CT concerning the pulling of Ha Oun uttered .tho maxim: who have lost mc-'nej1 alwaya flay the horses they have bioked were- pulled, H.-'.s: SiovSer as he Is fam- iliarly'known to all turf follon-crs in Iho. defendant in ths libel action now ielng'tried, is on.e ot the most rqinantlp figures ou Turf. He a.iremVrjdduB fortune by hlB celebrated Sceptre, which, alter winning" 'all' the important raoe-s on Engllfeh cour.sei, he sola at a largo lit- ure. Areentine government, tha price paid. Of late h'as.kept himeelf In .the publio paper the "Win- ning hue attained an encrrntyiB Tho' and sons, have b'ecome with the Sag-' llahtnrf in-recent years. Coming from" Australia, .the father established himself at Bfesdni'ns a Iralner, and haa. met with .considerable Buccesa; while ydupg Fratik has earn: od -for himself, a name as a having nioro than once occu- plod head of the winning Ho how- ever, under the notice of the Stewards of the Jockey Club, and likewise bad more than hU eh are of miaforlune lu the way'ot accidents. dollar Oiuiy-ui-all and Jumping hones two eleotrio light plants turning ,nigjit: into some dl-tio.attraptions'aie the trained'vlld animal eirqua. Tho As'tez ;-tho Sarrpar twins, .two boy's (com the Sarmar Islands that-' wpro'.both born together'and must die togethoE' Kemp's model 'mechanical wonder of'thoiago drpmo .with five' pi ,tho VorlUjG-greatest'rid- era zlqzora, conr sitting .ol pirlotmisrB'. and orchestra pi. ten pieces >vith -a chorus ol twuaty beautiful of tho. MUti elcottlc'al and illu-. styss'- protuotlon piejented by the fa- mous-Olllnirins .tho, LioiiV Bride, ohe.ot tuo .blg'sest sensations of ;tho age, which heen-fqatuteil over the Orpheum circuit for the past eigh- teen months Baby the largest woman in the ago 35 and weighing 650 pounds exhi- bition {he. Girl In the moori" Thcso are but a few of the feature attrac- tions. novelties- will he the week. Prom "July 28'to Aug. 2 will be one round, ol pleasure lor the show loving people of Lotlibrfdge and coun- try surrounding. The shows aro un- der the auspices of the bnsetmll and lootbnll leagues of LcthbrWge, and their share ot tiie proceeds will he dovoted to paying oil debts ol the clubs snd furthering tha interests oi sports in the city. They deserve ev- ery kind of support. WELSH .WILL MEET DUNDEE Corns Ended Forever For 15 Cents Please atop and consider. The corns yoa arc And daubing, and doctoring; cnn be ended forever in 48 hours. And without1 any discomfort. Apply 'i llttlo Blue- Jay plaster, untl Iho cornpaiustopap-toncOi Then forget the corn, In two dnys take off tho pJniier and lift out tlic corn. This is the only Rclentific wny to terminate a com. It is so cfRcfcnt that foika nnw use it on n million corns a month. ft Is gentle find easy nnd com- fortable. And nine-jay does what nothing elso will do. Try it on ono corn. A In tha picture ID tha poll B A B WHX. It loosens Iho corn. B itopi pAitj keeps tba vrax Irom ipreaOlQr. C It IB narrowed to D It, rubber (o fasten tbo On. Blue-jay Corn Plasters Sold 25c.per aainpkj Maiiod ricw. Elcs-Jay Racier. .A jfcNey of Surglol Ivoa July Dundee, tbo." lightweight who recently tbe feithenvetght dlvJalon, ,waa matched today to tlglit Freddie Welsh, tho British fapahee, Ont., JOly Sat- urday pfa1 fliitofuohile ran orer and b.oy near Marlbank. It' is' thought the automobile was ijftpr. tho boy and inlying to make a quick "get- a'wav, upsH Mr. Souf'h's biiggy' one turthe'r' along the road. Mr." South .'seriously injured and died Sunday, Th'e of the-auto- mobile Is unknown.. At Toronto the number of the machine given is a car belonging to Sir Henry I'eilat, but Sir Henry said'tonight at Toronto that none of liis automobiles were in thai'district. .Dauphin, Man'., July I6.--O. H. Uurnham, 0. E.'. of. the Manitoba branch oi the Dominion hydrographic survey was 'drowned -yesterday at .Valley Hiy'er. three otter sur- vey meh liiirnnam" was attempting to. cross the' river in a when the craft upset in the cross currents of the two streams, and Uurnham was unable to make the shore. Burnuam is a. nephew ot J. H.-Burnham, M. P. for Peterboro, and'his'parents reside In Toronto.-.' Winnipeg, Haa- noa, hrairemnri'. on .ihe-.Canadian Nor- thern left arm cut off, and hja leg 'crushed helow the Ince. wheij ho' sllprtcd between the cats in the' Sti Bohilace yards last The ambulance was immctliate- ly calieii nnd jio was taken to (ho St. Boniface hospital, where he died an hour after the accident. The deceased was 43 years ol age. Winnipeg, 'July contract was iet this morning for the addition (o the .Selkirk Asylum, which has bwn under consideration for some time. The work wlH bo the erection oi a new to accommodate the patients being looked alter. The con- tract goes to the firm of Carter, Halls and Aldingcr, the price being Work be begun at once. NEW POET 'LAUREATE July Robert Bridg- today was appointed British poat- liurcata by Premier Atquith to suc- ceed the late Alfred Auitln. Besides being a poet'and literary Dr, Bridges pracllced' medicine for ciany years in the .London hospitals. He Is a Mauler a b'ichoior or meai- cine. and a doctor of literature of Os- fjo Is 68 ycaTB old. Revolver Practice Today Tho regular nrfhuil revolver prac- tice of. th'o" (livialba (t on at.'the biitti tcOay, Fear ol Losing Yrar Honey When Travelling ii you carry It In the form o( Travellers' Cheques issued by the Union Bank of Canada. No ono can cash ihcrn without your signature. Issued In denominations of aivl wilh value In foreign currencies plainly stated oa Ihe face. Accepted full value a( hotels, tlckot offices and business places generally throughout ths world. O. n. TJNNINQ, Msnager A. B. KING, Actg Manager LETHBR1DSE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH NKITJIEIt ASHORE NOR AFLOAT T------- r r How blue-jackeU. land, gurit .at .'the military tournament. The operation >f landing field from the ship to'the shore Is ithoWn.-' Qlins and men ar< conveyed an rope In a manner similar to the life-saving methods UKfi. Medicine. Hat, July ot Police Sullivan is. lace to face with a serious allegation of irregularity as respects developments in in [Jolice court hrre this Wit- ness stated that information which purported IQ liavo heeti taten.'oefore Justice of Ihc Peaco', Henderson of Rcdclifi was roally jiiado out by Chief Sullivan'alone and' the .'oath administered by him and he -signed Henderson's Kealy, said the matter dem'antled 'investiga- tion', and at the conclusion of tho caso took steps t6r.that end. HAZEN IN WINNIPtQ lnnlpee, July J. D. Hat, en, Minister of Marias Fliitrles, arrived in the city today', by Mrs., ifin and-Mutter Kaiw, on his way to Victoria, to fwt New, Zealand. Kansas City, Mo'., July some of Kansas City, the. mercury ex- ceeds Monday's high marS. At Qlay Centre, 113 was. recorded, Hot winds and 109 .was reached at Salina. Ai' Chisoa they the aottest day in two years TPlth'--304 stered. In Toreha, where no rain ias fallen in fourteen' days, 103 was recorded. At Lehveuworthi 10G was registered and several persons were prostrated. In this, city tho government ther- mometer rceitterod CHARGED TO SUFPRAQETTES London, July 'expiation-at- irlbulod by-iho police to the militant iUftTagattes, was reported to have oc- curred at tbe Dublin 'post office' this afternoon. A sorter was Biamring a otter nddresEed to John Dillon, Irish Nationals'., -member of pBrllament for .ho East division of when the missive blew tip and badly Injured the Tloyen'a band. Non-castle, N. B., will the CanaJ- an terminus of the llnlvanal Hsdlo Syndicate service with BrKnln. Pictou, N.S., dis- trict of Seatoam' was tlte 'aoene of a tatal quarrel when ..Ncil Sutherland, 45 years of nga, was kill- ed, by..George SfcLeod, in'a fight over, a dispute in regard to work-in .which both men .were-enga-r.- ed. Mcl.eod was tbo foreman. MoLeod delivered himsell up to tho police'.' Sutheriand, leaves a." wlHow' childreii. Tu-o'yeafa ago aud Sutherland- had a; previouB'Jfl'ght in which 'recovelod 'rlamagea. FATAL KICK A Montreal, July Bolt- ]oly, .the daughter'cf Bd- ouard Bolsloly, Mt Daraontley received (njurlta wtoioh ed fatal, laat night, Mckeri by ona of ier.fathsr'i In the liable in the rear ot the house. 3he died half an hour later, while be. carried from an lctc( tho hospital. MANY ENCK.ISH IN THE Australia ia well suppllad -wlti HUP llsh rlffhtere for thoro than dozen ot thorn In that country a I present taking part in boutw. who' are ihere are: Johnny the Enelish welterweight champion; Jim Sullivan, Harry MiniSeld, Officer Curran, Sid Burnt, Boyo Dris- coll, Alt Spenceley, Harry All Goodwin and Private PAlrcer. 3u-n< raers has f.lrcady defeated 'by Harry Stone, tha local llshtwelght, Principal Smith ot Wlngham high school, and James Stalker, principal of tho publio flchool there, have ac- cepted similar positions Ingerioll. Buchanan's A IE0 SEAL ;