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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, June THE LETHBRIDGi; DAILY HERALD Page 7 MARKETS LOCAL PRICES and Ptovltloni Trices paid farmen: No. 1 Northern 75 Ko. 3 Northern 12 No. 3 Northern .........................61 No. 1 Northern, 63 No. 1 Rei '5 No. 2 RfA................................ 13 Ko. 3 Rf3 67 So. 2 Alfalfa, ver ton 11.00 So. 1 Timolhj 17.00 Blue 1C.OO Bran 19-08 .......-_........ S1.89 Shorts Ko. i Fond OaU Kolled Live Stock-" Hogs, lire Hogs, dressed......................... Mutton, live Mutton, dressed Produce prices to Butter, dairy Butter, creamery New California, carrots New California cabbije .04 lieets Turnips ....................................03 Cauliflower, per doz.........-... 2-50 New peas, per beans, per Ib..........-......18 .............22.00 33 03 .11 .33 .13 .81 .30 ,01 WINNIPEG'S POLICE MAGISTRATE SERVANTS RECEIVE ROYAL NITION Ottawa, June 2-A cable rrnired t government house announced that Us iiaiesty, Klne George, has been pleased to coaler the folloKicg hon- ors on Canadians K. M. 0.: Sii-Lonwr Govin, Pre- mier ol tho Province ol Quebec. Knight Bachelor: Chief Justice Barter ol New Brunswick; Chief Justice DivuiEon ot tho Superior Court at Montreal; Hugh John Stas- Donald, Chief Magittrate ol the pity of Winnipeg. C. 31. O.: Ayln-ia Creighton, law clerk ot the Senate Alex. Lang, member of the Pacific Cable Board. Imperial Serrlce Order r William Cochrane Dowles, clerk ol votes and proceedings, House ot Commons; William Joseph Lynch, clerk ot the senate. (Strawberries, par- 24qta. 6.60 TUESDAY'S QHAIN PRICES Winnipeg, June dn account of today being the King's birthday, there was uo official market here and trading on the. curb was dull. American markets were weaker on lower cables .and improved crop con- ditions but rallied at ike close. liccdpti were heart, eipecially of flai, being 586 cara Inspected and -100 IE sight. Cables closed Liverpool to -J loner Paris f to 1 lower Berlin unchanged Budapest unchanged Antwerp' J lovrer. Opsn Close SOI 30l Sit HALt-AM'S WEEKt-V MARKET REPORT Toronto, Hay Boef hides are arriving In fair quantities, the qualltj Is Improving as the season advances Owing to a dull leither rcariet tan ners are buying sparingly and only to cover present needs. City butche hides, greee. Oat, cents per Ib Inspected hides No. 1, 13c; Xo. 2, 12c Country hidee. flat, cured, 13c; par July Sept Chicago July i Sept Dec 901 90} 92} LIVERPOOL CATTLB MARKET Liverpool. June 2. John Kogera fc Co., cable that the contiaucnce of the hot weather, trade for cattlo at BirkenbefitJ continued sloir and prtc- CJ! show a deillns on Satordar, Jriah selling at from 16 to 15 per pound; cents ENGUSH CRICKET YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Tendon, June of play today Hampshire J65 all out fn the Innings in the game against at the Oral, Meai scoring lit, Newman 95. At Bradford, Tort shire heid Kent dona to Sat runt all out, ot "Which Hubble 'scored CS. Yorkshire then look the. wicket, and scored 130 tor six. Warwiclcahtre at. Birmingham to- talled 349 all out In tbe match ag- ainst Northamptonshire. Notts' second inninga In tha game agntnst Lejcetter rrtqlUd In a. score of 22S, Alllton having 65, second innings opened with 66 three wickelH. cured to Calf cktns are coming in freely, thi lighter welghu being in the leaH de manS. City eklna flat, 15c co-jntry green, fiat, 16c; nart cured fi; cured, 17c. Deacocs or bob cal J1.03 to Horaa bides are In good demam with no change In prices. dly taki oft 13.60 to J4.00. Country lake off No. 1 J3.50 to J4.00; No. 2, 52.50 t R50. Sheep skins are in strong demanc owlnj to increased TVOOJ values. City taka off according to (1-00 t' Country 75c to eprlni lamb skins 20c to 35c. Pelts o ahearlfngs 20c to 35c. Wool, unwashed fleece Is comin: to market In larger quantities and i movlDg freely at current prices Washed fleece is in better supply with values nominally tie s Waabed combing fleece to 24.iic. Washed clothing (fine) to 27V4c. Washed rej'ei tlons (hurry, chaffy, otc.) 19 to 20 Unwashed lleeca combing (coajse to 16Hc.. Unwashed aeec "clothing (flne) 18. to 13c, The belter grades are mo Ing freely, while there is llltla d maud for oS'colortd- goods. CIt randered-solld-in to 6% Country" stock, solid IK barrels, Ko. 6Vi lo 6Hc. No. 3 5 to EC, Cake X 1 7 to 7i4c. No. 2 6 to 65ic, Horse or pedler stoc in fjlr supply at current prices. Fa mer pedler stock 35 to 4Qc. j Old is abEorbe u fait as full quotation Rubber boota aad ahoftft according t trim to 9c. Auto tires, 6% to Bicycle tires, 3 to concert asVeJ by the To make matters perfectly cleir, we avo to go back a Tew years, give ome of the of this organlza- on. During the summer of It'll, this Uy was without z band iterrtny hat' name; some trouble tad sperlenced between the btudsraen nd'their leader, the climax of which TOR a meeting was called otj.11 those ntereated In. music to re-organize tho and. Through the efforts ot Mr. C. Ec.kstorm, chairman of tbe bind ommltteo appointed by the city, Mr. line, then leader of the Black Eagle and, of Great Falls, was brought to bis clly for a of or.o lousand dollars ptr year. N'b agree- ment ol any kind was attached to this, 'hla happened a few days before the nnua] {air. Arriving here, Mr. Cline was as o supply a hand for the fair, which was to be held the following week; were held every ulght ol bat-week aud during part o! the neit ,nd through these efforts tha vss able to play for the fair, and also o give one very creditable open air "oncwl'ln Gardens. The' whole of the following winter faa taken up with re-hearfiah. practi every night, and sometimes dur ng tha "day Mr. Cline gave his lime to Bome'ot the younger raecbera, teach ng. them' and making efficient n clans but ol them. Through this lard -XOlk the hand was rapidly goicg id, and as was stated by citizens ori different occasions the progress o band could be noticed at each concert .Today, it is oce of the be; of Its kind in the Vest, The.band costs the city 51000 PET year, nhd for arcouct the city go ast year twelve open-air concerts one concert for the Titanic eufferfefs .nd one. for the poor chfldren'i ctirtttroaB, Not than nor more than twenty-eight men wen employee! at IhOEB concerts Taking the average price, paid Ia other ell let for. concert wcrk; which Is }3.0t head per concert, you find a tota ]f At different occasion! th'ft band, or part thereof, give thel services-for or gar den parties. 'At of the band EUD- plled thrrty-tlve uniforms; various iurpa were paid out for repairs to In struments, electric lljhting, music and so fo'rth, bringing tbs lolal ti within the neighborhood ot J1800.00 Besides, two-tbirds of tbe Instrument la use by Die band at the presen time ore the properly of indivldua members. Ee-veu of these were ex perlenced musicians Before coming ti IhU city. They paid for their unl forms, and helped the band to pay fo music, and are under ho obligation vhsiever lo Mr. Cltne or the city. A tho game Itae they are the back hone of the band as [ar as esecutloi is concerned. Now the city council wants th hand to give two concerts- each v.eek beginning from May ,1 to October 15 with the threat attached that U tb band does not give those concerts th city will keep the netv Instruments Givlns credit where It belongs, it I again Ibrough the efforts of Mr, Clln that those Instruments were got a considerably less their .actua value; In fact, tha firm gave a r stage ot the session. In connection with it, there was ah effort to revive the rights l'o land grants given many ago by the old Par llaroent of Upper and Lower Canada, to the Carillon' and Qrenville Railway warmly oppose! by tho majority of the rn'rahfr; of tbe rail way committee, who, one mofnlrts at ter a hot light, kilted bill. A ae-w Introduced in [be but this morn Ing U wai quietus U the hshas p( 'th. Ths; company fropoied to con struct a railway from Midland >jon treat. A'considerable sum had spent In tufteyi and money had bee: raised "abroad on the. assumption tha. the pre-Confedcrallon grant of lane was tllil valid. HATEAUGUAY SURE LANAHK SOUTH BRUCE FIGHTING GROUND occasioned by the death oE the Hon. John Uaggart and tie other by (he appointment of 5Ir... J.. J- Donr.eliy to the senate. U is the is not aniious to have lha sentiment in Chateauguar or South _ Bruce tested for some time and it will not be in the next autumn that writs are issued. "If the government finally dccicet to hold a general election early" in the winter there are likely to be 'no bye-elections." EARLIER HARVEST EXPECTED Calgary, June elevator experts say the Alberta crop is fully two weeks in advance of last season's growth, and with fairlygcod weather the harvest should be ten days ear- lier than last fall. CUPOLA FELL KILLINO MAN Halifax, Jun Spinney, cupola tender at tbe Xota Scotia Car Company's plant, was killed Saturday and tho l.Kes of several others, '.we're endangered when the top of ft cup- ola blew off. The eiTloslon was fol- lowed by a fire and the damage li es- timated at EVEN PEOPLE willi Jots of money thej' spend it. Jt is only natural ivnnt.nhii expect fiill Thine whcrr to demsiml you.i money's worth. ilouscNvvv'es who do their liervtiiVg, lighting with Natural Gas. in gas appliances, get hack. one hun- dred cents for' every, dollar' they lay out. And they-don't have to Uy out many dollars, occause the, cost'of'ay-- pliance's is. not top high and tlie con- sumption of Gas is small in proportion to the results'obtained. There.'is NO waste, with ordinary care, when' you cook, heat or light with JfataralvGas. You get your money's worth. v P Natural Company PHONE 1510 jj William Balrii. who'died In jail at II Orangeville, Oiil., 63, had boon J there 27 an Inulgent. ;