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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, June THE LETIIBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 7 MARKETS LOCAL PRICES Grains and Provisions Prices paid farmers: Ko. I Northern No. 3 Naitlirni Su d .Xoithsrn No. 4 53 No. 1 HeJ No. 2 HtJ No. 3 Red 67 No. 2 Alfa'.M, Kr ton 11 'JO No. 1 Timothy Blue Joint Bran 17.00 '8.00 10 YEAR IN 1 PEN No. 1 Kee'd Oat's 22MI Chicago, Juce l.-Jack Johnson, >.egro heavyneight chanipicn, 'today Rolled Oats Live lo or.e year and one nve............... -OS day in Ihe state penitentiary at Jo- "_'........... ___, t___1 >1 rtft.1 Q[ Thai is Opinion of all who Visit1 This Busy Strategic Com- rnerical Point Macleod. June That tie pros- iwis o( tbe West are very brliht It the opinion that Is being given (0 the piople of tbe Mr. jjresidtnl ot ine O-.v en' Sound Hoard of TraJe, and of the Taylor and Mr ingle Co. Mr. Ta) lor nas just much To usb a geatral esprfcSEi aslutfiJly a more ap- trojjrtate than elegant, tbe farmers cf Macleod district arc at iJ re sent wearing cmilg that -ROO'C COUID The prospects tor un almosi re- cord-breaking crop v.ere as )right SB they me this >fcur, anj aa a result, the public in yc-neral are looX- Dg forward eagerly to the of a crop wt3I. in I'.tJr opinion, Hogs, dressed Mutton, lluttoa, dreswd Product prices to retailers- Butler, dairy letter, creamery New California carrots New California cabbage Herts Turnips Cauliflower, rer doz............ Neu- peas, per Ib................. New heans, Ifc................. Strav, berries, for Mqls..... California tomatoes, per crate Cucumbers, ppr dozen........ Green oaiots, per dozen bunches Slrawlerrles.............. Parsnips Eggs, per cass......................... Chlciens, dressed Chickens, live........................... Turkeys, dressed Turkess, live Geree, live Ducks, Cattle- Sleets, live Steers, dressed Cons, Hvo.............................. Cows, dressed .11 iliet anil fined for violati .OS the. Mar.u While Slaie act. .13 Johnson obtained two weeks' time in which to appeal on writ of error .21 bond for SdCU'OO on vhicl .30 le has been p.l liberty Mtice bis con- .01 victlon was aliened to stand. Hall a .01 dozen deputy U. S. marsballs who -03fc had grouped themselves about Jobn- .03 son in anticipation of resistance'v hen 250 the pronouncement is as given, left .13V the room jshen Carpenter an- .18 noum'Cd mat ihe fighter could o.oO tinue temporarily at liberty. 7.50 J The argument for a new trial came relumed to nl., Irom i up later this afternoon. trip through tha West, anil in an iuienlevi' niib ibe Owen Soiled Sun, ho slated lhal he could nol give too high an opinion of, the whole Webieni country, or of hos- pitality of its people. "Vou never see a knocker in the. Mr. Taylor. "Kveryono is ready to entertain you you their The West IB ai right. is no better country in the world. At present things are a little flRt, jail as they are all over but the Eced hae been put In in goot >e, aud as projects aie good for 'he U ol ilr. ilcNichol's probable Lcing received with n Ly ibo do much to a great deal tetter i been lor many years. they bave Tor the .15 3.00 .03 6.59 .22 .11 .13 .20 .16 .15 .07 .13 -OGl .11 AUSTRALIAN AND AMERICAN DAVIS CUP PERSONNEL FOR PRELIMINARY MATCH New York. June or the Australian and American tennis teams for the preliminary match for tbe Davis Cup was an- r.ounced last night br OEO, T. -We, of tbe International coronlltee. Stanley Joust, the carlain of the Australian orees, named himself, and Horace- Hlee for the singles, and Doust acd II. Jones In the doubles. THURSDAY'S. GRAIN PH1CE8 Winnipeg, 'June grain mar- kets today were Open Close July 55E- sci Oct................'. 90} 90J Oats- July 35t Oct.......................... 36J Flav- July I.I5J Oct 1.181 Cash Pi ices No- 1 Nor................... SiJ No. 2 Nor................... 33 No 3 N'orl 61 Xo. 4-........................... SI Xo. S......................'...... 7-t No. 71 Feed 57i Winter Wheat- No. No. 2 51 Ko. 3 30 .Vo. Sl fight here on July 4, It Is announc ed. again. While real estale is 'over- one and money IE tigbt at present, e fulure of thu counlry is as sound s tbe Bank ot" "What they wain in ilie West now mixed farming and ontinued Mr. Taylor, who went oa to ay that the West was in advance, of le East In the matter of laving out leir cities, and having broader reels, which give ample room for treet C3r syslems and learning. "They newly-all hare flrct-class- concluded the ound mogul, "and their publis build- ngs are splendid." ENGLISH CRICKET London, June. the.'dose play tojay, Northampton had beaten Warn IcV by five wlckeU, declaring ie second itinlngB for five wickets. In the Yorkshire-Kent match th first-named team scored 192 for four The match was declared a draw. WELSH AMD KOSSICK BOUT GALLED OF Saskatoon. June Wels Kos-lck-fighl, scheduled for 'tonigh was called off on account of Ihe Jalfl i 'tnding to Ihe McCarly-Pelkey bout a Calgary. NOTICES CHALLENGE .'FOR FROM CARDSTON FOOTBALL MATC fino harvest, everything Mr. Taylor, U wll1 1 s tbe man v.ho in nduotrlal haracterfzed JIacleod as "a city In few weeis an unusual aicojnt of j has fallou, and thc auntii'berical con dltlons ou the wl.c-le hase been o! siich an auspicious uaiure that the grain is' now e-iid lo be grcjulug an Inch or two a day. There Is nUnty moisture In the lar.d, although a lit- tle rain just nosv uut come In a, but according (o tlioie who are In a'position to know. tlie prospects never looked brighter ?ince the Iry opened up. There has been expressed Ihe fear mucSi damage would result from the cutworm, but although a few Iso'ated cases jeen reported, SEpecialls from the no damage has been done that ,s of any accoun As the result ot ut-Rotialions car rled on' by Industrial CommUsiouer Moffatt, the executive of the Board 01 Trado'met in the Commissioner's of [ice on Wednesday afternoon, to de- liberate on a manufacturing proposl tfon that may mean much for ihe ful ure of Macleod. During ihe course o the meeting, the qutslion of otftclal] welcoming tbe "-Made-ln-Canada train" was taken up and it was final! decided that the Toun Council, tb Board of Trade, and a number of th 0 business men of th o to the Elalion In can inspect iho train. Ar- rangements were also naclc for the To the Ratepayers You are earnestly requested to record Your ON MONDAY NEXT 317 Thirteenth Street North, or at City Hall Police Station Remember the Polls Close at Five O'clock P.M. he making." His impression or the Vest is a first-class occ. and trl the pvogr'ess of the ex-Owen Sounders whom he met in ledicine Hat, M ind Winnipeg1, he nun innimig UUL tood to i After serving for sixteen months, Mr. J. S. ilcKaj has refilgn- ed his post as postmaster at Maclead, and Jlr, R. T. McNichol, a promiueut real estate man, and a live member of the Board of Trado will probably be appointed to tbe position. As -the resignation will likely go into- tfCect about the -7th, Mr. McKay vrllf leave early neit week Tor Vancouver Ts- taud vlic-re be wjil go Into holding oE a big banquet in the early jart of July, and Tor the uelcorolng [o town on tbe 7th of a number of members of tbe Eons nf socUty. In a uriei rerort to tbe Town Coun- on Medical Health ELLIS JONES OF PINCHED CREEK IN BAD SHAPE AS RE- SULT OF. MELEE Officer Millb'jrn gave it as his offi- cial -opinion thai tbo general health of the'town just no_w is good. Apart from a number of cases of measles, tliere is ro sickness of any account. A number of poplar arcd maple trees have been planted along the street leading from the C. P. R. sta- i and tbe hospital thai Macleod will soon become as pictur- esque as it is progressive. A challenge has been Issued (be IFerald by the Cardston football club for a game wllb any of tho Lelh- Irldga teams. Cardston wants the first game of home and home contests 'and a good time !s guaranteed any of tho local clubs taking up this cbal- St, Andrew's and Knox play a Sun- day School hfs evening sharp on the St. grounda. I.O.O.F GRAND LODGE MEETING meeting with big Success at Slarfand 3UNDAY BAStBALL Saskatoon, June sixth grand lodge of the of Sas- opsncd today TV ft fit ,35 hundred delegates in attentlatice An Important resolution adopted 10- day to-transfer the atir orphan funds lo Ihe general fund. Tho report of the financial committe showed tho fun'ds'to be In fine shape Some 75 candidates looX tnti entrance degree, to tho Rebeltah order durin thc day. s Tho were welcomed, to; Mayor Harrison and other civic off: dais. 'TEE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE STATES GOVERNMENT SEEKING MEANS OF DE- TERM1NING ANNUAL EXPENDITURE Washing I on, or in designed methods by C., June All Judges of Supreme Court Agree That License Fee is Prohibitive (W. A. P. Report) Calgary, June the Supreme Court en bane, Chief Justice declared, with' the unanimouj con- sent of all Ibe judges that a bylaw passed by (he municipality .of Ma- gralh, fixing the tar on pool rooms at was ultra vires. The Chief Jusllce said tbat the bylaw was pro- hibitive, ralhev than regulative. The caee arose from tbo appeal before Judge Winter some time ago, at which a'conviclion for not tbe license was quashed. The session .of the court en bane will be a long one, and-appeals will be beard.In these cases: Collard-Arm- strong, tbe breach of promise case in which tho woman ivas awarded 000 by the-Jury. Pluthcr Creeb, June Kllij Jonos iad a narrow escape on Tues- day from Instant death, and now lie In a very precarious condition at bis rooms here. was stallion, and coming to a gate at the end cf the town, got out to open it. As near as can be ascertained at iii, it seems the stallion grabbed Iluiu by the shoulder when he passing the animal. In the melee t which follo.ved, Jones was faad- Suffiagctte Sympathisers In- terrupt Sea Lord at a South Pole Lecture ly Etui finally up and battered, but he fretd himself from the en- raged entiual. Ife was attacked a second time, he waj auempling to lie up a broken shall, and this time the EI all ion got him down and the j unfortunate man was prelly badly London, June Churchill presided, and Premier ABqulth and Sir Joha Simon were among the audl- enco at Queen's Hall this evening, on tho occasion ot Commander Evana' second Antartlc lecture, "which wae mainly a repetition ot that delivered fortnight ago. At the conclusion of the lecture, Mr. trampled. Your cotrc.por.dcnt under- Churchill that th? Admiralty and stands he is in a rather sericua con- lb ditloi. at present. it will be ime before he is ante to be out again. br'niallt and had wpedltlon the loss o u ONE Or THE EtG PROBLEMS'BE- FORE ANGLICAN SYNOD AT WINNIPEG Winnipeg, June Anglican Snyod resumed its sessions this inorn to systematize the ing at Trinity Hall. The main bus1- which appropriation ness the receipt ofrthc renorl of LOUIS CLEGHORN OF TORONTO TOOK DRAMATIC WAY OF ENDING EXISTENCE bills, sometimes running up to. Hie jilliori dollar mark, are framed and patronage L .ommtttee which anon Murray. Arch- ____, __ ____ _ explained, during the presented lo tbe house were taken of the debate, tbat this corn- up today at a meeting of the- houso mittee had been appointed and ijs budget committee. Representative report rresented as thc oulcomo of a ist made years ago by his pre- decessor, Archbishop Macbray. He did his predecessor, that somtthir.g ought to be done to pro- for tho appointment iOME EXPLANATION OF WHAT IS MEANT BY INSIDIOUS LOBBYING .d aa If no Canon on get through Ihe Undcniood oi Alabama, the cr.itiu leader; Folmer, ol Peonsyl- vania, the Democratic caucus chair- man Kitzgeiald, ol New York, chair- _ man ol the appropriations commit- of Jo He _..... tee, and Sherior, ol Kentucky, one- (ha ,0 bl-illg a ol the, original budget relorm advo- t 2nd the Eynod lo adopt catcs and agreed -to choose between J( 'bu[ R ccemt( tho Fitzgerald and Shcrley plans cou] 'idget rclorm. These arc Fitzgerald nlan: Adil lo thc mem- bership of the appropriations com- mittee flic chairman o! military, nav- al, foreign and all other that rrporl appropriation bills so as to bring back to the appropria- tions committee the exclusive juris- diction and power oicr appropria- tions enough minority members lo bo ailded to preserve Ihe political j proportions of ll.c tha SHE SLAPPED KAISER BILL'S committee to he prohibited from ap- EARS WHEN HE WAS A Calgary, June Cleghorn, of Toronto, a stranger in Calgary, but evidently a man of affairs, hired a taxicab about nine o'clock this even- ing, to the middle cf Centre street bridge across'the Bow River, banded Ihe chauffeur an envelope containing" a tea dpHar hill, j.imped into the fiver, and was seen no more. In tbe tonncau of car wag found a note stated that hh name was nol Mason, under which uamo he had registered, at'a local hotef, hut Cleghorn, and'asked the authorities o adUse Mrs. Louis Clejhorn, of 50 McDonald avenue, Toronto. The tulcido Is described as befns well rearing a brown suit and hat. He was about 55 years old. Cleghorn bad been in Ihe city sev- eral diys, according to tbe statement 'rom the hotel, nt which ho was stop- ping. Washington, June lobby- ing" in Washington justifies even- word tbat President Wilson uttered in rosard to the presence ot an "insid- ious" lobby at the capltol, Senator Kenyon, of Iowa, declared on the wit- ness slar.d yesterday before the Sen- ate investigating committee. It was Ihe- first unequivocal statement in sup lort of the President's atlltnde since :be Inquiry began. Tho Jowan explained tbat he be- lieves the most and pow- erful lobbying possible was llie prac- RAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LQOCI TOint Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes TOR rtmTOEK IfTFORMATIOX TO Lethbridge Branch C G, K, Nourse, Mgr. proprialing lor anything not already authorized. Sherley plan A budget commit- tee to regulate appropriations i to consist ol the foui men at the ol tho membership of the ways mcar.5 committee; four at the fop turrcd when Lady MacDonnell was ol the appropriations co.nmUlej ;'living In Berlin. then was two at the. top oi the rules Prince, and he 'was a frequent tec and the chairman of each of the attendant at her leas and other appropriate eoramittc.-s with1 one minority member iron each of II those committees. The budget committee vroulj re- port at the beginning ol the session. ol confess next Dcceratfr the mail- mum that should be appropriated at the session, with allotment! to the various committees and the hulget PRECOCIOUS KID London, June In her book, "Heminfetences cf Dlplo. i the top matlc tells how ahe once boxed ways ard Iho Kaiser's