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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta .Saturday. June 7.1913 THE UAiLY ilKKALl) Page 1 LOCAL PRICES Grains and Provision! Prices paid Ko. 1 N'crihern.......... So. 2 Nojiheru.......... No. 3 Northern.......... No. 4 .Northern No. 5 .Xorthera No. 1 No. 2 IUJ................ No. 3 Ked...............'. No. 4 ited................ No. 2 Altaltl, toil...... No, TIiuolLy.......... lllue Joint............... Bnn Shorts No. 1 Feed Oals............. Holled Oats Produce prtes to Butter, dairy ..................._... IJiitUr, creamtry.................... New Calitortiia carrQts New California BASEBALL TABLES Cauliilower, per doi peas, per Ifc. OC3 o.i t 0.70 01 O.CS 005 11.00 17.00 ICO'J 31.03 23.00 .U 30 .01 04 C3J 03 2.60 12J New York CMcajo I'iltsburg St. Louis National i S3 22 50 10 Cincinnati...... 17 American rhllailrtptla Cleveland Chicago Washington Uosiou..... Detroit New York 31 K -it 20 20 IS a 10 20 24 3-' P.I1. 5'Ji .509 .600 -40j .410 47S P.C. .773 .7J3 .ill .656 .45 .355 34 .209 International Newark Bultnto Rochester Haiti more SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, June grain prices tO'Jay were: Wheat Open Close July................. S7% 57% October............ SlU S114 Oats: July............... 3611 35H 37 July...............11514 1151J October ..........119 Winnipeg -Cash Xo. 1. Northern 9SVi No. 2. Northern............... 51 3. Northern............-... b9ri N'o. 4. Northern............... SI Ko. a...................... No. C....................... 71 5S Wheat: No. 1........................ 97X No. 3........ 1..........i___ No. 4....................... Sl'i Oitt: Xo. t. C. 34? No. 3. C. W.................. 32 Kitra No. 1. Feed 34 1. f'Cii S3 No. 2. Feed 3ul, Barley: No 3....................... W, No. 48 Kcjecled...................'. 42Vi 42V; Flax: No. 1. S. W. C............. 114 Minneapolis Wheat: Open 'fltot July.....-, S3V4 S95J September 9114 91 Chleigo July........'. 90 September jSf-1 December 91' Jersey City w. 26 17 2J 20 23 20 20 17 2'J 15 21 H.C. .591 .511 .500 .435 .425 .373 BLUE RIBBONS CONTINUE TO GO ONE WAY AT WINNIPEG Moose Jaw Calgary iledidne Hat ncglna....... Canada IS 11 12 S 32 11 17 17 22 .SIC -600 .500 .414 .320 .247 icntiieg, June Ttegiua Kerr siablea aud the Ysucouver Mc- bUblrs to ralce lu tl.c prices at the Horse Sbow. L. V, Kerr gels Hie blue ribbon in tho les' tacdMn ovfr Mrs. A. D. McHae, I.ady S'jihorUr.a and Lady Sun- dcrland, beat Sir Hector and Sir Mrs. A. D. McRae's Cocfc Robin U tie blue eatij IE the ipcclil le mure or gelding cliaa ilefettln; J. A. Kcotl's Winnipeg entry Ixird Bn- nls. V. Kf IT'S Penrhyo, bay, as- atn BRCpt Ihc board in Ihc combins- tioa barnfss ard !eddle class. TbU boriO lias not yet been btaten In any class for nhlcb the was entered. ot 1'algary, Undg eccond In the bunierh' 1'aTtons Ilros, of Itf-gica, won tat; second and tblrd prizes in tne tingle pony class over 13, witn Claremont Spark and Sheam lady I'enrbyn. tay, captured tha Wne ribbon In thft and not over 15.1 park saddle horses, belting a tine eld. MrE. .McHae, Vancouver, landed the second In the ladles' pairs, vltb Sir iector and Sir Jamca biiherlo un- beaten. U V. Ken, Sun- dertand and Udy S-Jliierland, Ihtni. Hon. D. C. Cameron sejured tbe rlbton in this event, In spile ot Iho fact thai Flourifh and Happy Maid had been beaten previously. [Fii-Refpt-tn. BOUGHT CRAGANOUR FOR SUM OF 1 -cation, June 7. The sum of was paid today by the govemmont of Argentina for the horse Cragar.our, which as first past the post in the Derby on Wednce- day, but wag disqualified lor bumplag. o 'At the meclias liclfl in the Y.M.C, A, last night, ofcr a dozen enthusi- asts planned a big boosting cam- paign for the cdehration on Domin- ion Day. Hares, stage v.ork, elc Diakc up the program, and a citizens dajr will be the feature otlhe celebration. A meeting to be held on Tuesday night, when a larger crowd is cipected to attend. Those interested arc busy circulating information, and tU is expected thjt their efforts will meet with huge'suc- cess- V. E. CUImore' was apjiointeiJ secret RITCHIE IS SURE OF MATCH Many Lightweights Would Fight for Championship San Francisco. Juno Willie Ritchie defends hts title ot lightweight champion on July 4 ag- Mcsl Joe Hirers or not, there Is no question that he sill defend it. Tele- grams received ncre lodai from Lead. Cross, in Xew York; Bud Anderson, In Medford, Ore.; Frcadle la Vancouver, E C., and Ad. Wolgast. .in Las Aneeles, bring ivord that the senders would only be too glad for a inatcu. Tillers' and Ritchie's managfrs are still deadlocked on the question of weight. Rivers wants Ritchie to do 133 ringside, but Is willing to con- cede 134 ringside, or X33 two hours before the fight. Ritchie Insists on 134 pounds ai 9 o'clockiin the rac-a- ing. There will he furlher confer- ences. NOTICES CALEDONIAN F. C. Special Reeling of the CaladonEan Football (members and at S p.m.. In tho Y. M. C. A. Important. A man has confi- dence only what he knows is right Fit-Reform Suits give that confidence which a man feels when he knows he is dressed by a tailoring organ" ization that has nc superior in the world of fashion.' Fit-Reform Suits express the real style thoughts. Be guided by them and be correct. 775 11 you always hava your clothes to order, fiavt ihcm by the Fit-Reform liilori. McKelvie Never apologize for needing a a" Gillette and have one every morning. The Gillette Safety Razor makes shaving so easy that you never feel like putting it so quick that you can always spare the time (it takes but three so comfortable that you will wonder how you ever put up with any. other razor. GilWle Set Includes 12 Blades (24 of edges ever made.) Standard Sets Editions to Sets up. GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR CO. OF CANADA, UMtTED. Moose Javr, .Tune Kelly was comuiiltetj lor trlal'tbis evening at Eyobrofl- on a charge of threatening io kill Mrs. Maude Greenman, a widow who refused to go buggy riding with blm. Kelly worked for her some lime ago and Ihen claims that ho be- came engaged to her that threw hlta over. He came to MQCSQ Jaw and serred three month's for stealing an overcoat and getting out of the police barracfca on Thursday and immediately vrent to see his erstwhile Jady, love, and then the trouble started on account ot her re- fusal to go driving with him. Mix-up on tht Range On a telephone message frora Tim dSeville this morning the Mounte police arrested two joung men there on a charge of horse-stealing and the are being held at the harness unt! Further particulars can be obtains It Is .supposed, that the young me who stock th range, got some Etray horses nilxe wilh the bunch they aere- driving. N information has been laid" agains them as yet. lOc lOc BIJOU THEATRE GRAND RE-OPENING TO-NIGHT Under New Management All Feature Program of Four Reels lOc GENERAL ADMISSION lOc MONDAY The World's Famous Pathe Weekly TIT AND DISTRICT A Day Off The police court not convene its morning, as" Itiere was a clean Xot eve a tbc usual crop or !r- drunks appeared. Meet In S. O. E. Hall A meeting ol the Cburch of St. Mark of tlo First Bom, will be held omoTrow at S tn the S. 0. I. hall. Arebblrtop Washington lull iteacb. TO Look fcr Remounts Superlntendeat of "K" dl- Ision, and A. TJowen 'city, M.V.O, Coramtsjioner, lelt Ma raorntng for toe south, to icok >ver remounts for contemplated pur- s arrested by Inspector Stelton. Aoottur coraplalct was Icdged against him by a resident on Thirteenth t who claimed that Wilson exposed him- self to the citizen's wife, causing her to faint from exertion in getting away from him. The eitra teEsIoa of the court was hctd on account of the Isiratc leaving the city for a wee'i'3 time. For C. P. fl. Yard Work j Tks, steel and supplies for tbe C. j P. R. jard extension, continue to' Q ia frosi outside points. Work i on the basement ot tlie new freight! shed progressing rapidly. Anyone Get One? An Inquiry was received this morn- ns asking information couceinlLg railcli goats. Tue enquirer "wishes [o f'ssc a. billy and a nanny, and anyone having Fame, or knowing ot anj for sale in Use country would con- ;er a faior by notifying the Herald.. Carmangay Visitors Mr. and Mrs, Mart Low, of Carman- gay, visitors la the city yesler- tlar and today, and returned home this evening. Ueing good western >aseball enthusiasts they look in the game last night, and savr l.ethtrridge wallop Warner. Wcol Sorters En Route Hon. Martin Burrell has communi- cated with Lrcthbrldge, stating thai two wool sorters left Ottawa a few days ago for SasfcrUchevran and Al- aerta. The government sorter for At- will work in the Ltthbridgo tricl, aiding tbc sheepmen in getting their wool on to tbe market In condi- tion to compete with the best. Shear- ing1 (s progressing favorably, and yields are flU that were expected. A Dirty Creature Charles who "was arrested late yesterday afternoon on a charge ot indecent exposure in tbe presence of two girls, "was three months uy the magistrate, nt a special sitting of the court yesterday. Wilson was seen loafing around the C. P. R. yards In company with the girls, and You'll Like V VIT- TUCCI'S V 0 OLIWE O "MAP OF ITALY" EVERYBODY DOES The reason is obUous. The first centlc pressing of the best ripe olhes grown In. Korthern Italy can only result In a VIR- GIN' OMVB OIL. N'o higher qunlily 'can. be produced Ihao. V. V. O. O. The fact Uial you receive V, V. 0. O. in tbe original pack- ages direct from Italy Insures against substitution and adulter- ation, YOU MUST BE SAT- Therefore our instructions to dealers (hat they refund the pur- chase price If V. V. O, O. is nay alt we claim. Our new cook boofc wHl be sent free on receipt of your name and dealer's. For Your Protection see that the name of John Vittuccl Is on every package. JOHN V1TTUCCI COMPANY, Largest of Pure Olive" Oil In ths Pacific North- west JOHN V1TTUCCI CO. Vancouver, B. C. Scatttc, Local Dlitrlbuton Campbell, Wil.on Horn.. Ottawa, Jur.c definite state- ment that legislation will be intro- duced ftt the next spsslon o! parlia- ment to provide a reasonable amount ot relict io the depositors ot the Farmers' hank came from the prime minister in the last hour ot the ses- sion yestetJay. The case of the bAnks Is no wiso airat'.ar and the action which tho government proposes to take in the case ot the Farmers' Bank will af- ford no warrant or precedent for re- imbursing other, depositors, said Mr. EordcD. Moose June notorious "Bill" Anderson, alleged horse thief, and for rears said to have hecn Iho terror of the south country, now up for trial on a charge ot stealing three Sorses. A dlfdcnlly is experienced in getting a Jury, ,ia of Ib? men cay they arc prejudiced on accouat of an smile in i local WANTED First Class House to control, in territory to be agreed upon, the sale of the famous DOW ALES and STOUTS, and also of Dawes' KONIGSBIER Canada's Finest Lager -Communicate with The NATIONAL BREWERIES, Ltd. 36 Chaboillez Square, Montreal THE LARGEST BREWING CORPORATION IN CANADA ;