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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta -Tune 4, 1913 Til 15 LETHinUDGK DAILY II UK ALP 7 LOCAL PRICES and ProvUloni Trices paW No. 1 Xotloein 76 No. 2 Xqtllicru 73 3 Northern CS No. -1 Xotlhcra No- 1 Kcd............................. 75 No. 'I lied 72 Ko. 3 lied 67 No. 3 Alfalfa, w ton 1100 No. 1 Timothy.......... 17.00 Blue Joint Bran. 19-flO boons...................................... 21.OD No. 1 Ftet Oatl 22rJ'J Rolled Oats 25.00 Live Hogs, live Hogs, tossed Mutton, live Stutlon, dressed..................... Produce prices to Butter, dairy flutter, creamery Xcw California carrots N'evv California cabbage Ilrcts...................................... Turnips................................. .OS .11 .06 .13 .81 .30 .01 .04 .OJJ .03 WINNERS OF DERBY IN PAST FIFTEEN YEAR3 J. Laruach's to 1 asainst of Westminster's ii 10 2 on of Waits' "Diamond o to 4 aglinst W. C. Whitney's 7, lo 2 against J. Dubbin's Patrick" ................100 lo 14 agdinsi J. "Uock: Sand" 6 lo 4 01 L. de Kotbchi'.d's "St. 5 10 1 against Ilot'c-bery1 "Cicero" 11 to 4 on Eubtaeo Loder's 6 to 1 against R. Croker's to 1 against Glnstrelll's ..........100 lo 1 agtlusi IS Edward the Seventh's "Mlnoru'......... 7 lo 2 against Fairies "Lemberg" t lo 4 against J. B. Joel's U to S against W. Raphael's to S against Today, sportsmen and others the f Ihn night tiain follows Iraln In v.-OTld 35J 38} WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, June grain mar- lets today were Open Close July 90 Oct............................ 9H 30f Oats- July 35J Oct'............................. 35 J Flav- July J.16J 1.15J Oct........................... 1.1SJ 1.1SJ Gas! Prices No. 3 Nor.................. 88j No. 1 Nor................... No. I Nor.................. No. 4 No. 5 Winter Wheat- No. 1 93} No. S9{ No 4 S3t Oats- No. 2 C. W................. 31} No. 3 0. W. _______. 3lj Ei-. No. 1 Feed............ 34 No. 1 Keel 33 No. 2 Fesd 30} No. 4 46} Kejeckd ..........____.. 42J Red 43J Ko. 1 if. W. 0........... l.H over, even in lie faithtreat corners of the earth, await In- lenke Interest to learn the result cf tho Uerb) at Uji2om. Tlio Uciby ranks supreme as tbo greatest onoual turf event throughout the five con- tinents and nherever Britons by birth or adoption are galhfcved, ihe race will be received with unfeigned eag- erneBS. The event marks tau one hundred and thlrty-fourlb, for it established In 17SO. H receives its name from its founder, Lord Derby, whoso descendants Btlll fccep up the sport of hings at Stanley liDUEr-. The Si. Lcger, another great classic of the 3'eur. T as founded in 1776, its name from Colonel St. Locg before midnight old London town awakes -to the realization that IJerb) d3> Is at hand. Piccadilly and V.'hitechapel both make arrangements. The west end aristocrats and the esat end poverty-stricken class rub EhO'jU- era for one day in the year. Democ- racy rules ..Froni e'ory part of tho "H United Kingdom trains steam into I London every race-goers MACLEOD'S NEW BATTERY. Macleod into this aflernooii for their district league- baseball match at the Athletic Park tonight -with Spofcane battery. Peters IB tha riamo of the pitcher, and Me- Carter the- catcher. The laU ter played with Hat In 1910 in the W. C. L. Game, starts.at oozci mliB it. few uilnuies and the are. on the to the Surrey course, al) Intent in taking up Positions of vantage on the ground. There- IB just ths quick glance along the streets, the hurry-scurry ant] an- other station reached from which thousands proceed to historic Epsom. Many have not the price of transpor- tation and they form the annual pil srimage along the wiiole well-worn road. Cosmopolitan Throng Picturesque IB the throng. Britain's aristocracy is there dressed iu the height of fashion. Fashionably allir cd ducheiaes-and Ihe like are accom paoied by idle rich lords and strip- Unijs. Prance is well represenled for gay Parisians and others annuall) make Ihe journey across the cban nel. Canada, the United States am British colonies help swell the Ire mendous crowd. From ihe north south, east and west of tbo tight lltll Isle men and women speaking a scor or different dialects' aro there. Trj and imagine the Piccadilly johnuies the London cockney, southerners, mid landers and northerners their tongues In the cosmopolitan vor tox on the downs. Think also of th little Scolch and Irish thrown in, thl remark not applying to whiskey. Ou Tuesday evening trains star pinning out of London stations carrj Ing human freight to the course. From then on throughout tho long walcue If you want a clinking drink ihol will give you a feeling of delightful freshness, and put a dose of vigor jnlo you, try a Ginger Ale and Wolfe's It's as pleasing lo the palate at the most delicate cocktail, and will do you immeasurable good. As a slice oi lemon the palate, so a glass ol WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS clears the functional organs of the system of thy waste matters which are productive of disease. Tone'and strengthen the liver and kidneys with a pleasing natural product. Get a hold of perfect health by the aid of a perfect drink-WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS. Obtainable al all Hilda and Retail Stora. Hudson's Bay Co. onstant procession. Thtre Is one esttuatton for to see erby. All Ihe roada leading Ihereto re thronged wllh travellers to the tmrie. .Auto acd vehicles brow tbc-lr llshts across iho paths uidlng the fool and weary on to he goal In sight. Crouds line oaduaje at all hours ib-rougho'il igbt and day and ibey are aim trcamius on lo the downs when tho ilg event starts. Taking prerlous ears as an indication, il Is A conser- [Ulve estimate to lual al least persons are at Ihe Derby to- iUy. Of Ibis multitude it is hardly ikcly tbat more than one-flfii aef he race. Picnic for Ccsters Perhaps Iho striking character to bo seen on the grounds is tho London costtr. Derby day is the day in all he year for the typical cockney. The cockney, In the sense as be Is gen- erally known, Is disappearing, but' a real many still keep up the tradi- tions of their forefalhtrs. See ;olng down 10 Ihe race In a donkey I carl. They tog themselves out with1 .he loudest patlems of clolh ircagin-! able, the chief decoration belcg the number of pearl b-jttons ttorh. Hats are worn sldcnlse, while It is usaal :o wear a red or purple ncckerchier. Besides the lord and master la the carl is the indispensable female. She s also dressed -with particular at- itntion paid to" millinery 'l.cr' bless me-, Liza, but ah'm blovrea, II tha1 blooming shaft hain't gone will perhaps be one of the expressions used by llie coster who nails two pieces ot to a hand truck. Be- tween the Improvised shafts will be a donkey ot unknown age and pedi- gree. "Swclp me bloomln' piik, not arf guvnor, give us a will say another coslei'to. the driver of an automobile, wlio wishes to pasa. "Si, do yer think you own tits bally rowdl Hi, stop it, my moke has got the right o! way." So on ad InHnlt- um. Race for Honor To tho credit ot Bntons let it ]ie said that this race Is not run for the 6'jm at stafce. The honor of winning the premier event of (he turf is the chief Incentive of all owners. To possess the winner of the Derby means a lot, socially and otherwise. Contrary to (he general belief, ths Derby Is not the richest of races. It Is worth only Other like tho Eclipse stakes, ara worth S50.CGO each. But the Derby has tbo name and for the glory of the lurf and British sportsmanship may it always retain It Once Won by Fraud The race is one for 3-year-olds. As a coil or flliy becomes one jear old on January next following its birth, II rolltfivs tbat Iherc have been years when horses under three yeans old bava competed. Not so with the chief conic-slants this jear, for Crag- anour was foaled in February, 1010, and liOUtois in -April, of the Earoe year. Tue evest during over its cen- tury existence has only once been won by fraud. This happened in 1M4, when a horse named Running Veir. proved victorious. It was discovered later that Running Vein never ran, but tbat a 4-year-old from the game stable substituted. The 1-jear-oId boro a strong t? Run- ning Vein, with the exception of bav Ing white fetlocks. These were paint ed or rather dyed brown. The fraut was ghen away by a stable boy a fen months later, and Admiral nous, the greatest figure that ever stepped or the English turl, caused both Hun nine Vein and Ibe substitute (o be shot while the owner Tvas warned off the lurf. Two decades later one of the raoa taslc episodes In tho history of till race was chronicled.. This was In th School league game, St. Andrew's earn will be: -S Millar; HinilHon and Ness; Ken- nedy, -MclnfloD and Bell; Gurr, tle, Tennant, Fldies and A. HKiley. WON HEAVY HARNESS AT WINNIPEG HORSE SHOW Winnipeg, Juns the fm- 5C classes of heavy harness horsea ever seen In the Winnipeg Horse Show, nas woa tonight br Col. A. C. JIcRae, ultli his patr, Perfect Dreirns and Sunrise, defeating- the faino'us Beaton pair, owoe4 by L. V. Kerr, ot liegina, a pair of recently chased at a cost of ten tbouiend.in England. Tho Kerf entry o[ Re- gina, dreir the second prize. The if- suit proved very popular. L V. Kerr'B Lany Penrnyn, a. bay, acaia swept tho ring in the Urge en- try open saddle horsea. TOOT handling uy the groom failed to get Count De Rosalde's pony In Us class, lie, however, caught a third In ths hunters. Mrs. A. D. McRae ba> ttlll some fme horses to show yet, and should get well up In the ribbons. Count De Hosalcio alEo has several oilier classes open to him, whtch choulil be his with his magnificent Meteor. ENGLISH CRICKET SURREY PILED UP SCORE London, June .ths .close of" play today, Surrey had (cored-489 for eight wtchots, having plied lirj magnificent total of 161, while scored CO off tta Hampshire bowliri. Warwick Is playing as woll in second as In the first Innings, having compiled 207 for eight -wlcVeli, Kent's second Innings has resulted In 246 for. seven far. ST. ST, CYPRIAN'S St. Matr's wllf (lay their fltst In- termediate leatue rrsteh with St. CyPr rlan's on Friday, June'6, on St. Cyp- rian's grounds, all'players earnestly requested to be on .tne ground at 6-30 sharp. S. 0. E. INTERMEDIATE TEAM The tolIowinK players 4ro request- ed lo be on liar.d tomorrow nlghl for intcrmcdlale league garr.e wllh .the Callies: I.usli or Parsons, Holland, Pearson, P. l.ep, Holbfcrton, Karrowby, WnlHs, Werner, Draper, Truman and Hoach. Strip In hall at aiarri. John Jameson "Whiskey- leholet tf tonMlneura If iitd tin John Jameson Whiskey ;