Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
,.Tnly 22, THE LETHBRIDGK DAITA' HERALD Old Smuggler 'Distinguishing Creat Body and Age" Gv >ne Diilricl o( Dislillerits in Scollanil, trom 'thc'TincM of Scotch Barley. DlRttT Glcnlivet Distillery Co, BANFFSHIBE, cnn hall ffom C C. PAGNCELO WINE AND SPIRIT COY, LETHBBIDGE, Sole for fown 'ami District. THE TROUBLE IN EDMONTON TEAM Tho reJeiiBlng of; certnin suupo ilur porformoi'3 on tlio Edmonton bull riuUo H gcnsuLlon in Western, Canada baseball circles Uic otlier day.. Here Is .what the Ktlmonton -Jour- Bay of tlie maUcr: "There waa a big shake-up in the raukii of the EdinoiUon Base hall club la'gl us fin Jnimetliate result of the poor sQipwlng mndc by Lhp EH- klrooa In (.he double headcv against Saskatoon when botli games were lost 'find loine yellow 'bnaeliall WHH indiiljf- Deacon Uae been thinking of leLtine a couple oC Lite ylnyere adrift .for. Lhe last twp. weekB. untl. tilings came L6 a hoatl'vlien he 'liaudeil blue eiivelopes to Jack .-Rrannan and Uill re good nlay- cfinalB in the league, but they baye been puitlnp up Hucliv.nn Indifferent article of uu.ll foi- the'IBB! month Hist tlicy bavo been pracicrJIy valueless ito the clu'i. This was 13rcniiHnV third year wlili the KB- Kirnos, baving been brought liore by Dlnny. lvAv'e never sliotvn enoiigli to warrant their being in tills company. 'All it secmp to re- quire is an occaBional Hash.' Aiitl it is not (.lie youngsters who the beneffl at tills liberality ou the ,'part :pr: ilic clubs. A youugftter'usually iiiust Bliow some thing right from the fiUrt If, he IE to j-eL a-chance to develop. Rue diicu a plnyer haa i a -reputation. for- liiin- he seems able -live oft It years after his usefulness hjts eiidedi. .Ball clubs scorn to taKe long chances in the hope 'that, some .miracle' will bring tlieae players back: to the. form they displayed many years' before, but, un- Uappena.bvit seldom. MARKETS Griln Winnipeg, Jiily win open 98, eloiteil Dfi 1-8; October o, 92 G-8. cloned O'J December open 91 7-.S, cloned 91 7-fi; OaU July bnca 3-8, closed 37 J-l; October 38 U-8, clofled'SS 1-2; December 38 cloBud 118 .1-8; Klux July ojnm cloecd 2.LQ; Oc total- cloned 1ST 1-8, Wlmiipeg price v, No. 1 D5 ;M; 2 Nor. 92 IM; 3 Nor. 90; Nor. 80. Amerlcah Amyi'lcan, No, 4 81 iMinncapoIl July open tUi closed ..JIB; .September open Do 7-g, closed 96 1-8; December open t'J7 ;l-4, clowd 97 1-4. Chicago .July open 8G .closed 87; September open 88 cloucfl 68 3-1; December opon cloned 31 7-S. BIRKENHEAD STOW MARKETS Liverpool, uly Rogqrs Co., report Lodiiy that with loss Cttl- lle for' the: BlrkenhcuU nmrkut them on average lidvunce of one-lull cent 011 prlcci lust (juotecl, Iwtu Slatoa anil Canadian Btcci'8 making 12'3-1 to 13 cents, per pound. Tlie demand Tor beef la'not'gobd and with Iioavjcr aupiilieB .11 will be difficult Lo ihri tain prices to a uniform level. LETHBRICGE MARKETS During trie Pact Week the Remained the Same Spring No. 1 NorLheni No. 2 XorUmrn 0.72 No. a Northern...'..........'.----- O.CS) Winter 1. Alberta; Red No. S Alberta Red .......___ No. 3 Alberta. 0.03 Barley :.37 [ix 1.75 .40 (Jatile on the.boor Steers, per Ib.............. s. per ]b.. s: Dressed, per 'in: live, per cwt Live, per cwt Dressed, per cwt. 'ouHi-y: (Jeese, live lirkeys, 'lilcKens, Fowl LIUCKB tioeae per Sutler and Jalry butter dreamery butter J'BSB, freeh 5 .10 to .11 J4.00 to 1-i.BO 12.00 !jj.i iQ.l ..0.2 TORONTO NAN'S GREAT 'RECORD AT BISLEY from Front Mr. Lejfts" was alflo a" fatuous ehoi 4nd onw of the bent known regular -Mr Clifford wan llic bejf'prorlriclMl shut.hi lilu regiment for. two' He IIUH won the noa- match twice and last year ;it Ot- Itwa 'he- won the Nialoiml Asgoiila- don -Medal Ehoollng. In he was v.-jltlug man on the III nicy [OMm infiii her this 'year. Lar-i year did not talca the finale, dfd.npt Khootfor (he King's Prize. 'Mr.''Clifford': was'liked by cvcryono With tlie boys He wan athletically jncl ed played In lacro :'0.1 0.15 to 0-3 0.2 Potatoes, per cwt..... J1.75 to tot a toes; per Ion .J33.00 .10 445.C Beets, per In. Carroty per Ib. ABparflgna, per pound Cucumbers, per dozen Radishes, pei- bunch Cauliflower, per ___'.....' .0 11.60 to The GILLETTE Is An Economy Not An Extravagance Because a fairly good open-blade razor can be bought for two dollars, while a GILLETTE costs five, concluded that the GILLETTE is an extravagance? It u not. The open-blade costs you tp buy and at leut 25c a year to keep honed and in condition. Total, 25 for the first year. The GILLETTE, with 12 double-edged bladei. cottt a tecond box o( blades (should your beard be very tough) adds 00. Total, for first year. Difference Looks bad for the GILLETTE, eh> But Wait! The three-minute GILLETTE will save you 5 to 10 minutes every rime you (have. Put it at 5. That's over three working days year. Isn't your time '.worth a day? you're nearly [ate for the train or an important engagement, the five niinutea which the GILLETTE tavet you is apt to be worth several tirnei the whole cort. :_ Then there's comfort of the clean, eooL easy GILLETTE in itself ieveral tirnei the difference in price. For real and face as well a> cash t GILLETTE and enjoy it. m n SUwUrd Set. Pocket '.CM) lo At your or DMler'v CilleHe Safety Rizor Office in OFFICE FACTORY i 63 St Ywfc BUt-% I. MOHTMAL, BOSTON. ICltLfN Win Surprlie Thei biggest Burpriso of MIC nieetln was Btjoraed today1 yhcii it Can ad i; privately. J., Clifford, Tenth Hoy Toronto, carried of[ tl Klag'g Prize wlib. a. score which be found tabnliHeri below. Cnnadlan liad'not'-bcen 'shooting In service rlf cveiita.up' Lo the. lilijb vcpuintloJi the had'eVrqed'of "receiiL years; in fand He shot by tlic first Blage of the Kiug's Prize; when he made a aggregate of P3 against Ihc 101 con piled, by Lance Corp.-Tralnor, also o Toronto, Jwho won the bronze mwU at-that stage. At the Eecond s Clifford made 02 or an aggregat '185. for the two stiiges. Al tbi period Wednesday he shot remarknb IS'VweM'it GOO yardfl, scoring W hi was beaten hy Capt. Claitoil oni, who niadc a possible on tha range.and also wpn.Uic silver mcdaj a the .second stage. In fact, Cliffor .went into the final singe today witi a gonil hut. .inconspicuous record, an it. shooting a ;the longer ranges which pulled hin put for Iflll Tin' ;hiuc rihbon of rifle men liaS-been won twice before by Canadians, in 1905 Uic Queen's priz hyT-RrivalD T. P. Hayhtirst, 13th Balr UUpnr ;Orit-, autl 190 hyi'-j-'rjvatc S. Iflh Uegi 11- ,C.- Last, yea: the -.'event was vron.iby Corporal Ra- of the Oxford Officer's Training ToUav Liiiiit. V. H. Morris of Qowmanvitle, OnUrio, was third and Rusbtill, Richardson and Mort imer'being scvcnlli, eight and ninth respectively. II. is thus seven years Bincc Canada won out, in the King's Clifford iron the King's prjfce with a score pi' 319'at the BOfl yard" range, lie making one short o tlVt possible. 5, 5, 5, 5, .4, .5, 5, 5, 5 at the 900-yard range his score was n, 2, -I, 5, S, 5, 5, S anrl at Ihc I.UOO-yard he shot a lifcble off his earlier targets, making 0, 3, -I, 5, guli'irly enough Clifford's own miss was 'signalled. II was promptly chal- lenged, and all tin: Canuks were TCfl around, and' tlic excitement was intense, nsjjrcially as it was known that t'lifronl was run so close Ominundson, of the Queen's Edinhnrgh. However, Cliffonl the cxLraordinary ilislnnce or six nearest opponent., ClifTord also of" the empire shooL, jcing a special prize for the highest pVDrspiis rifle man shooting for '..he King's Lonl Kitchener, ac; hy l.nrd C-hciseiinoic, on :a- the range and ilicy watched '.-lif- :ird's flnal sliols. Kitchcni shook hands will) him ami o fa red lim his personal congrtitulations on icing the latest King's prjzc man. Clifford, who a ..ranch of Mn .cat thrust into WAS then hnh'Cil around the -amp hy his [cl- ow teams-men, the hand piny ing, 'Sen Ilit- Conquering Hero Comes." at.er in (ho afternoon.! onl Kilciicii- r riislrihnlcfl prizes. On i-hiB occasion was nnolhcr iinonstrillion of in favor Df the lllilo as Clirfovd already become known. .Although riiB hnl wllli no rain for he nsBl-lhrre weuk'j. It was rernnrk- thai Clifford wnlerproof at ich BlBRn. Aftor Clifiord Ihe immediate prize innei'H freru as follows: .V. It. .A. irtgc Hiirl .linO, Sergt. Ommundson, ourlli Rnyal S13; bad go nil .C75, Corporal Rnttm, London, mid ,110, Llout. flraot, lolc of npelowu Movsc, SI3. After this ihe order rax nt follows: lent, (liuiii. Iloynl ScotR. wftli 12; A. 0. H. Ga.rod, Oxford Univcr- ty, ,T12; E, .1. lyesBlmare, Jth Glou- Dvlerehlre. :lll; II. .1. Ward.uw, Sl.vili avonn, aiO; Lieut. Newton, lion. Ar- llcry Conipnny, Lieut, F. II. Mop i, DoK-iiiHiivlIlc, SOS; Prlvnte Hi toy, -Hon. Arllllcry Company, DOS; nrighl, TrauiVHBl, Sooth Af- cu, 307; Adjt. Locklc, 5th "o; QuartennaKtcr Sergt. Clifton, Not- igham, ?0ii; N'. S. Hnrlsh, AnstrnllH, 4; Sergi. Tlnplnff, nth Hasev, :iOf; FfTt. Green, 4lh Dorset, G. C. 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Artillery Scores of.-oUierr.Ganadian9 at 800 ardiPrnrige King's1'Prize are s folio we: Lance .Corporal Trainor, 'orontp 5 5 5 5'V3 3i-i Private 5 3 !i.4 3 :rgt. Martin. Calgary, 5-1433 3424 Lieut. P. Ki'.'Morrls, Bowmjin- Ille, .5 5 5 5 5 S 5 5 3 Sei'gl. 52 5.5 4 f 5.2 5 iieul- AV. a o 4 3 ii 5 Sergt... Instructor Bay- es, Toronto. 6 5 p 5 3 a 2 Al. Hie 900'yiir'da of the King's Prize 10 other tidven CiVDartians sliot AB fol- ows: Train or 5 4' 5'4'4. a 5 4 3 :ibby 5 4 3 3 2 0 3 Martin 5335522 P. H. Morris a 3 3 a 52 4 S Russell 5555 fi o 5 4 O. Morrla 2 3 3 3 4 4 2 Daylcs'4 4 3 3 2 4 t S a Clifford inntle. rive bulls dead ou nitre al tne 800 ynrd shooi and one t (he 300 and two it Ihe 1000. JECIPROCITTf PASSED BY UNITED: STATES SENATE Febrimry 14, KIH-Vaised oC lleprcaenlntives 221.to 04. March 4, adjonrnj without action. April 4, coni-eneB in extra acflsion.to ratify agreement. April 2-1, 1011 Ben'auVnniuice Com- mittee received housei iblll. April 21, HoUM 268 lo S3. line 13, Committee reporta wHhoiit June 14. debiteuhe- gius. Juno IB. defeats Root amendment: to i July 22, votes on bill. CANADA WILL NOT WITH: JAPAN AGAINST THE U. London July Spectator, commenting on the new .AMlo-Jap- eneie treaty to ttti nnallfylng clauses the OvtrMU Dom- inions will to .arrtr tliemselvefl with Japan aialoit. tba United. States. Jf United StaUn en- ters into treaty, ai we tile will with UB, regarding ffhlch. cri- tics have.Bppken If It were already a Tact accompliBhed' then .must think it the im- perial conference ilaelt." tf from front of'the Mcifure -Ararcli 30, the an- Diincement of _.a, coninlctc agree- ieiH willi Canada.on Maxinmni and inlmiim provision of ilie 'Pnyne-Alrt ch inrlff lnwf PreBidonLiTafl, Invlt- I a conference on closer trade rc- Lioiis. .Innnary repreacu .lives arrive. January S, 25 iclty negotiations In sosnlon. January 28, JO] Tuft end a fl mesiage to Senate. Janunry a Repub- Ciin Hill. 'Automobile, Carriage and Wagon PAINTING Ail work guaranteed. Give .us a trlul. LETHBNIDOC CARRIAGE PAINTERS Cor. Smith t'Dufferln Sle. Old Laundry miU Summer Sale OF Dcniocrais Rigs ALIj TYPES, BUT OiN'J.Y ONE GRADE AND BEST! To make room Tor Fan'eUick Will sell these fine rigs at n big caali dlscoiiiit- They gains, fast; Call before your chance.is gone. -I MfLAUGirLIN-BUlCK Motor Cars I- 7 NEW" JIII3SUMMER Up-Lo-lhe-niiniilc npeclflcnllonK. base-Increased 10 Indies over LhflL of previous models. FLSil. TUDHOPE Wagons wagons At n Cull Bn-l-inatwct our stock. We Intend to otter itioBO price (hflt.wlll cIcHi1 out our slock within GO dnya. Bus Turkey llert Wheat for Hyde Saunders WARGHOUSES AND OFFICES FORD ST. P. O. Box 117. TCL. 1244.