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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta y, July THE LETHBRIPCE DAIM MfgRALP Pagsl MARKED MARKETS No. 1-Northern' No. 2 Northern No. 3.Northern No. 1'Northern No. 5 Northern No. 1 Red No. X Red instant Relief For Sore Feet 70 3- Red 65 No. 4 Ued 09 No. 5 -ol No. 1 Allalte, per ton .............J1J.50 r Ko. 1 Timothy, per ton......., 16.00 Timothy and Alfalfa mixed 16.00 Hlue 15.09 031 12.75 13.35 3.75 New Petttoei, per fti IV. Tomatoes Raspberries, ptr LOCAL' lVE STOCK MARKETS Prlcea paid fe .Live Dressed -Live Live Spring Live...'. 07 .13 06VS .12 07 ..10 .11 .05% .11, .12 50 Turkeyi Qeese .Butter CO .13 .16 JO .16 .25 3> GRAIN PRICES The grain today V 'NO. :-No. J.-Northera i 3. Nortiera Ji i 'Jfi 4. NO. B.L r. NO. No.' 3 c.'w.'v... VNO. 3. '.r. No. 2.'.C.-.W. in Burni Oe EXCITING 'FINISH IN KOLAPORE MATCH Blsley Maklnj a to- tal aggregate tor the tlir.ee o( 7SC, the eight the ilpth- er carried off the Kolapore Challenge Cgp, which shot for and which shot3 each, at, three, five an4 X hundred yards. Last year Britain on with a cccre of but 761, and, con- derlng the tb'ln( wwlher coudltiou, e performance' today .remark- ile, even for a team which com- fk number ot ex-Kint'a trite- en. Canada and Australia tied for MC- id pUce, thirteen polnii behind, 777, ut the CommonKealth team secured ne point over the Dominion at the ugest range, the Colonial prlie to The finish eiclltag. The. Moth- r country etrly; but a> he had established ap !e.ad in the second itage her poti- on was. and 'interest enlred on whether the' Australians quid -beat ilo-.vii the Canadian lead a -single point. Canada but the Aus- who hsvc all long, were tardy. They required two ulls (or. their last two shots to Ue Vllli Canada, ani' when they, go} them the Caiiadlan commandant, LleuU-Col. Duff Stewart, of the Olb p.C.O.H., Van- cuvtr, led his their Feet anc! t Cur.d Ev.ry Time it Once'for Fret TrUl lijrahents1 Col. Jie commandant, and his men returned the This Is the fourth year, running that the 'Mother, Country has won he cup; but the though' ercel- Is. cot a record, she made in 1910, but -under much better Tomorrow -shooting takei place In thf iirat itaje of the CAf TAIN CROWE WENT'" TO riiCES'-TOWA'lJD I-AST Bliley Camp, -Jtfrit weejrt Hough' '._. Light; "tbia pi' Men V 0.7 I 'good-fat up 0.1 H _ IT.- gCfOd fat" 0.6 O.BVt .'I''. Apice jiprfnf' calves, 0.10 ot the King's Prize, ooi .._ aeven" shots each at ZOO, 500 and'600 yardi, wae-'sbo't today.under'unfair weather, "'jBiit.'theee'.did Rot frevent a score of of one better- then. the which Beriecnt the'! Queep'i Breue medal laet year. It was'.OmeadaeaSagain'who headed the Trlth Captain Marchmout, of the lit London FnttUen, and the two. tomorrow will fhoet off for' the medcl which' goes to the.winner.al.-tbia The lUrer medal.toes' to top man lor'the flrat aid 'eeeond alages com- the gold-medal--with the Kins'! Prlie to the toy auregate.for today'ahoot In. the second when 'jkij pae bucdrsd'go info. Satar- "Bergeint 'tie' gold medal' in 1901, lite ellyer medal "in and, aa atatod med'ai in 1912. ills .ihoot-bff .with Captain Wafch- mont -will be the moil dnuaatlc'epl- of the, meeting! to date. Of the'Canadians, Crowe, tied for aecrod "place'at .tie tie. .to I'iecei at the final ranfe'for thV Jiy, caaMng-'only.'SS, ,whlehv brought his Can- adian aggregate, la that 'of: Private Policemen all ore? the werld TIZ. Policemen on their feet ai: day and knew .what tore, tender iireaty, awollen feet really mean. They use TIZ becauie TIZ curea Owlr fee right up.. It keeps test In perfec condition. Read what thii policeman has to say: "I was surprised .and M- were cat, and_In making the deacen.i the .steering broke-and' 1 jVere thrown over a soft ID. N. Jfiller being kiiied L "'I in oldeet rfi'iifK of n'rr.ctt" Dr.' j Subscribed, tor Bushel j'', Fire iu' f m i BHAUttHNESSY DOES VIEW OF. J> July Thomas j x_j ln InXoB I fbe .1 .l..r j., court held the 17th, Falie c Vfr-.rrcrJe.' t.l.l. -f I -I U r ...I. -.3. i ..i. i- ..li -e irJ.r I ij-rri, llty: of JIM Favorite best homi Cedar ii far IN In Bend r-rr.nf 61 turn It haa fint M Utt! Tiyi ____ _._ _ _ JtSaignicssy, In Intefyiew today jj-rtiie eilEtingJgeoeTal scarcity >f'mcney, or, the. high rate 61 i iatefeit 'demanded nag ne i eeiaahl-y.-iad the ef ot restfteU.ng of othei se- and there queht'fatling off in Ihfe'amounCnt pub- llcjiwprka that i a thislatafe "of li -nierely tern.. almost" whpliy, 'to "eitraor- aiid' real for ansic-ty. The general trade of 'the "counlry appeari to roe to." be reaaxmably good, and -with .a fair crop 'haVe every reason' to eipe'ct that w5ll be