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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, June THE LETHBIUPGE DAILY HERALD Page 7 MARKETS LOCAL PRICES Grains and Prices psW No. 1 Xcrlbern.......... OH No. 2 Northern.......... No. J Northern.......... No. i Norlbein.......... O.M No. 5 Northern.......... 051 No. 1 Kfd................ No. 2 Red................ Xo. 3 Hed................ No 4 Red................ No. 2 Alfalfa, per loo...... 1105 No. 1 Timothy.......... 1T.OD Ulco jolct............... If Ilran 21.00 No. 1 feed 22.03 Koltcd OaU 23 I'rouuco prices to B'Jtlcr, dalrr -31 Butter, creaimry ...................30 New California carrots .........01 Now California cabbage ..........01 llecls.....................................MS 'i'ljrnips .............................M Cauliflower, -per dor............. 2.10 New peas, per 1'j...................124 New beans, per Ib. per 24 5'JO California tomatoes, 7.50 Cucumbers, per dozen........ Green onions, per dozen bunches Strawberries.............. 3.M Parsnips ..................................O3 Egja, per case 6-50 THURSDAY'S GRAIN MARKET DarJy to Wear" Just you ask for Northern Overalls and Shirts d take nothing ehe look taott and Ilk. K O is WANTED! THOUGHT IT WAS CANCER OF STOMACH Winnipeg, June interests In July ran the price of uheat up to 39j Ibis morning, but even this fig- ure, an advance of II, diu. not tiring out many offerings, and there is some talk- oi a corner in July. Oc- tober uhtat opened t lower and was firm and advancing. July wheat, how- ever, fell off rapidly at the close, los ing 1 cent In shoit order. Oats were dull and unchanged and flai inactive There is practically no demand for cash wheat, ar.d export prices arc completely out of line. lleceipls fcr Saturday and Sunday were moderate, being Gal cars in spectcd and 100 In sight. Livcrpoo market closed unchanged to i up. Open Closi July 07} 39 OatE- .luly 35} 35 Oct................. 37 3Gi flux- July 1.15} 1.15 Oct........................... 1.13 Cash Trices Wheat- No. '1 Xor........'........... 97 'No- 2 Nor................... No. 3 Nor..........'......... 50 No. 3 iVor.................. 30 No 4.......................... 84 No. 5.......................... T- .Ko C 71 Feed 421 So. 1 X. W. C............. 1.13J Minneapolis Wheat- July S3 S9f Sept.......................... SO} 9lj Chicago Juiy .Sl'J 90} 91} Sept. 891 90 LONDON BOND MARKET London, June Province of Alberta Sterling 1S3S. 4% 93-35. Province of Alberta Sterling 10-year old dohentnures 93-95. Dominion of Canada, 3'4 per cent. 93-95. Dominion of Canada, registered 1523, S3-S5. Dominion of U3D, afc, 02-94. Newfoundland inscribed, 4% SS-100. Province of N'ova Scotia, registered, 1930, 74-76. Province of Nova ScotU, 1934, 63-85.. 1'roiince of Ontario, registered 1SSC, SViTf, 86-SS. City-of Edmonton, 61 62-54. Do it for Lethbridge SMOKE "LA. DELLA" AND "MI PERLA" CIOARS. UNION MADE. At all first class Hotels and Clgnr stands. CHEW MAPLE SUGAR TOBACCO Mil D, SWEET, MELLOW met JUICY Manufactured by ROCK CITY TOBACCO CO, The Aouatic club met yesterday and .rue declOc-d to ask the city for per- nlsBloii to build a 5700 boat house ,t ller.dersou lake. Plans for he bmldlns are already out, and 11 a hoped that bviildlug Mil commence it once, and tie completed by July 1st, when the- club nill hold rosatu. The joalbouse ulll be located ou the souit Ido o( the lake, almost direcdy ou- posito the old boathouse. Thirtv-two boats will be supplied, and will bo ready for use as Boon as bo house is finished. Tbe club are out campaigning for members at tbo present time. v -r AMERICA WON _ j. Amerka won the Davis tennis series from AUE- Iralia by, winning today. AT THE WOODBINE RACES Tht upper pkturc shows Harry Gtddings' lively bay coll by Sassetlow and My Htmsy, the best of the Canadian brtd ning the stake race at the Woodbine Beehive will likely be the favorite for the plate next year. The lower picture shows a nearir picture of Beehive. -'r -f- 'If NEARLY ALL PRINCE ALBERT TURNED OUT TO SEE FA- MOUS CRICKET TEAM- PLAY Prince Albert, June in brilliant iveatbpr on Saturday after- noon before spectators ir.clud- ing tbe Lient.-Governor cf the prov- ince, the Australians a total of two hundred and nine wickets, defeated the ert all out by ninety-lour uns. The match was over about 'clock and in the interval till stumps icre drawn at six the Australians ave an exhibition of patting, com- iling a icorc ol two hundred and Canada, registered, Quebec BASEBALL TABLES National 'hilailelphia New St. Louis llobton Cincinnati W. L 27 12 .652 18 .501 18 .530 23 23 26 24 22 21 23 20 17 n .532 .489 .435 23 .370 American Philadelphia...... Cleveland Washington Chicago lloslon Detroit St. I.ouis Kcw Yoit W. -L. 35 '10 31 13 25 21 26 23 .20 24 13 31 20 33 10 34 P.O. .778 ..723 .548 FOR SCHOOL PURPOSES A! a iimuci; o! tie assessi'itm oi thr- lovinctl this mora- ilg. t'i'.v Jlfeth "as 1s- suuted to send out the assessment fvr. Uut part of Ihe svhool Nitt.oui the cit> lijiiits lie asse.-.-iiieni icr this area wilt amount to apjuniuiatcly so ttit, tl.e council crofirm'i th? tit; assessment, the school ass? I meat will amount to atout 0 'll.e public sihoob are askieg I ft-r while Uir1 Separate i'ool asis for about !8503, which I is a'.o'Jt ihe sair.e percentage on the .Separate school assessment. Tl.e J scLoul rale this vear mil he about sue 'at.d one-half mills, rmtlb in 1012 A spocial court ol reiiiicr: for the school assjssucnt i U held on June ACCIDENT ON THE NEW C. P. R BRIDGE AT HAT WHICH TIED UP TRAFFIC CELEBRATION PROMOTERS MEET There will be a meeting of the Dominion Day celebration promoters at the Y. M. C. A. 'tomorrow evening. All inter- esteil attend without fall. 'r INTERPOLATION BROUGHT RE PLY THAT OCCASION WAS NOT SUITABLE TO SUBJECT London, Juno tho House Commons Sir William F.jle asked tho First Lord of tho Adml elty uhethcr 111 of the. fact tha he had informed the bouse last De- cember that the Canadian coclrjbi tEon to ILe navy was to be in add tion to and not in any degree in sui stitutlon for tte existing British pro gram, he nould explain why tba program should be rendered In an temporar Medicine Hat, Jime freight train coming from the west came down hill at full speed and contrary degic-e inadequate by to rules, did not stop before coming j check In providing tbe Canadian at to the bridge over the Saskatchewan j dilion. Cuurchtll referre riicr, crashed into the erector leingjsir William to the admiralty mem to replace the old bridge. A I- r December last, and to ow the Monarch Tonight though twenty men were on the erec- tor car DO one was seriously injured. The erector ivas carried over two hundred Eect on the bridge, vvhich was badlr ripped up. One steel gir- der torn off from the whole span, more or less wrecked. As an engine have to be brought from It Is the pleasure ot the manage-j the west to haul the freight ofi the ent tonight to offer one of the most bridge, me Interesting, aa well as the mast thril- ling ever presented in Leth- brldgeV "Silent in two glorious Newark Buffalo Rochester Providence International w. L. 27 18 2C 13 .5 531 j re-els. .Dealing as it does the .455 great Canadian- r.crtlt land and Its .3SO .guardians, the Koyal Northwest .Sj7 j Mounted Police, It hoUs peculiar in- terest, for the people of this city. Two excellent comedies Rill com- plete a well-balanced programme that fill should see. For this occasion reg- ular pricesi will [irevail, 10 and 15 .cenU. I'.C. .600 our in aa hour's lime. Prince Al- Baltimore s total score of one hundred and Toronto....... orty-thrce is the largest compiled by ny of tbe teams opposing tlie corn- talkers during (he present tour was Sot on tl.c- first day by, nakes the match here all tho more lotable. 27 20 22 21 26 .018 .574 .512 .180 All'Feature Programme Bijou Montreal Jersey City NOTICES OVERSEAS CLUB The following Overseas players are equested to raeet at the Y. C. A ,1 G.I5 tomorrow night, for (heir game with the s. Hewitt; Patterson and Home; Nets, aod Shaw; Rannerman, Al- an, McMillan, Mullen -and Irennan, 3, O, E. TEAM The following players are'request- ed to be on hand tomorrow night fcr senior league Frier, Uolberton, Wtllelte. Cblavlob, Firth, Jordan, Gallagher, J.ieltson and DalzcIJ, Keserves, Gnrr and F. Lee. Plnjera wll strip In the hall at 6.15 sbarp. S. S. ATHLETICS 21 19 23 17 21 .41.5 16'25 .330 Western Canada L. 'P.O. Saskatoon Jaw Calgary Medicine Hat Edmonton Rcgina 23 IS 13 '13" 12 14 .552 .581 .500 In spite of the fact that the man- agament ol the Bijou have reduced the, general admission to 10 cenls, glance at the programme today will convince one- that the standard of ser- vice will be fully maintained. Tbe irorld-femous Patbe's Weekly, will he presented on Monday and Tuesday. Thts film in itself is easily worta the price of admission, including as it Association w. .453 on' the Bijou screen authentic. .256 views of the happenings of universal interest throughout the world. by Ihe Ka- "Put .258 Milwaukee Columbus Louisville St. Paul Minneapolis........ Inilianapollb...... Toledo 39 31 25 18 28 SI 28 21 21 2J 10 26 17 32 P.C. .586 .561 .571 .189 .470 .522 .347 the Ijm Co.; the Vitp.graph comedy, Yourself in Their and ''Firemen's Drill" complete a pro- gramme at 10 cents unexcelled iu tbe city. ffic. v.ill be held up several The accident occurred at 11 15. Supt. Cameron investigation ibis aiternooa. hold SIR EDMUND TALKS ABOUT MONEY AND THE NAVAL PROBLEM A Mir schedule ol Sunday sclmol baslctball has been aiiangcd. H is as follows, ga.mcs oc- curring on Tuesdays anH Thursdays June at Sv Andrew, sen- ior Knot at St. Andrei', junior. Juno li'csdnrastjr at St. An- drew, spuicr; Westminster, at St. Andrew, junior. June at St. Cyprjan's, senior; Knox at St Daly's junior. June at Knox, senior Westminster at Knox, junior. Junt Cyprian's st'St. An- dreo% senior St. Marj-'s at St. An- drew's, junior. June Cyprian's at. West- minster, senior St. Mary's it West- junior.. July Andrew's at Knox, senior St. Andrew's ll Knox, Jun- ior. July Andrew's at Westmins- ter, senior; St. Andrew's at 'West- minster, junior July Cyprian's at Knox, senior St. Mary s at Knox, jur.ior. July at Westminster, Jt. July- 17-S'i. Andrew's at SI. Marr's, junior. July 22 _ Westminster at. St. THUMB INJURED Can't Box Johnny Dundee Now For Six Months J.09 Angclca, .Tuna Ad. Wol- fiast-Johnuy Dundee f'ght, scheduled for lnescfnj- ntght at Vernon' arena, was Ucclarcd off lait nlglit tcca-.'sc of'the Injury sustained hr tho formtr lighlv.-eighl champion on Saturday during a training bout. Wolgast may not ajipcar In the ring again for sk months because o( a dis- located thumb, .according to phjsi- clans iv ho examined It today. A VALUABLE CARGO Saskatoon, Sask., June ed for Prince Ednard Island, a very unusual shipment passed through Saskatoon Jasi cvocingr on the C. N. R. in the of sixty-nine live foxes of the silver grey, Mac kand red vari- According 10 tbe two men Tiho are taking care of tho aninials in their long Journey from North Battleford, rtc.-e Ihe) fcaw been collected, the shipment represents a value of J60.000 The animals liave been collected dur- Ing (lie and spring months by Indians in the far norlh. John Jameson WAS KOtiFIRMED DYSPEPTIC Nut it a Fleascri la Meils xidoa, June Grey prei ed over a luncheon giien the Royal Colonial Institute today to Sir Ed strongly that tbe present moment i the time when they ought to have been provided. Until quite reccntly howcver. Imperial defence had only been discussed academically In Can ada. and both parties, though they re vcaleil themselves as vieing with each other 35 to was the rocst loyal Five years ago there was no s'icl spectacle, and present situation wns merely in tho nature ot a littl hitch. Winnipeg Mary's, Whiskey When you DO drink Why not drink the BEST Hereu R case which, seemed u bid in A u cope'.ess as yours can possibly be. Thliiitbeexptrfencc-of Jifr, II, J, Brown, 384 St, Toronto, ia bis own 1 have much pleasure Ia mentioning to you the benefits recened from your Na-Dni-Co Dyspepsia J linplj had confirmed dyspepsia vitli its wrttcheJ iyinp'.oms, and about ill tbe advertised cures with YOJ have In Xa-Dru-Co Dyspepsia TAblela the bcstcutative agent 1 couM cad. It is now such a pleasure to enjoy trith thefr consequent nourish- mentthct I want to neutioa fortht The fact that n let of prescripttoos or to-called failed (onelpjou U np slga iUal you have got to go on guttering. Try Dyspepsia help yea, you jjct your in on ey back. ,vforrlton Ibis afternoon gave decision withou quashing Magistrate recent conviction of the "Deborah Theatrical company, nho were ed with oerformlng an immoral pla> The conviction had been appealed an a new trial resulted. "DEBORAH" ON AGAIN Toronto, June wll open week's engagement at th Theatre Monday erentn; with Corolla'ts Kelson and tbe com plete Met Ibal presented Ihe plec here, before. It will bo piajed as pas cd by the offlcai ctnac of the city of Toronto. Torres of CfcNc C'jiei Bj Sm.vrv MINIS. N.S., "Tor many ycirs, I inifcrtd lortyre 1 uas K) tut llial I vonutcil -v-l ai-.'l lost 35 pounili in 1 afraid the diftue Wi4 Caricer. I TCaJ a'joiit Afs" ar.J tha ibis Iruil uis mining, aud I to try it Afler inj; Ibwe I k grfrit change for tl.e t-etter and now I can say "ruit-a-tive5" hn ine irheu other treatment fxiltd, ami I Nrimntly wy "Tbint Ood lor ORAM, Sn. 5oc a box, 6 for tnal 250. Aldealerj orfroa l-'rji'.-a-tlvfsl.imiteJ, ''-f O 0 ff 0 HOME RULE BILL AGAIN _____ Ixmdon. Jur.e 0 Pre- mier AiquU'u roee tn tho House O of Commons this oftcrr.ooa to the second reading of the Homo Kula for Ireland Bill. the Home presented an ani- mated and crowded appear accc greatly in contrast with the lethargic condition which bad iharacUrUed Its recent sittings. DETAILS OF A HORSE DEAL icociies in -Mr. asVod if Ibis acceler on uas not in conflict with Ihe splr-t f the naval holiday Ch-jrchHl aid he bad been most carefully- to ec-n in but expressed the op- ho couH not discuss these is tiers with advantage or in manner sntiEfaclory to the house t (be present lime. VHAT GLOVES ON PAINTING RE- VEALED TO THE KING OF SPAIN Paris, June of Spain has peculiar aversion to gloves, and he efuses to wear them, even on great late- occasions. In tbe beginning tbe trict etiquette ol the Court of Spain was Bhockfed, but now the young ring's Inderenciecce is taken as a matter of course. Alfonso has also n keen and quick ye, and ho relates thfs gtorr of an ncidcnt In the Pyrenees. Passing hrough a little village the royal auto, s mchile misbehaved, and the royal alighted to direct the royal hautfeurs In making repairs. The layer of the village struggled into a white collar and his best clothes and forward to offer assistance. The Clng asked him to show htm around he village, and the two men left the car in the road ond walked through he town. In the office of the -Mayor was a ?ic- ure ot Alfonso, but wearing white gloves. This caused the King' to ap- proach and examine the print closely. "N'ever have 1 worn while muttered King Alfonso. Then the .Mayor came forward, cov- ered with contusion, and explained. The picture was originally ot Alfon- so -Ml, the Kings' fattKT. When son io.lowed father to the throne the Ihrifty Mayor decapitated Alfonso XII. and had the bead ot Altoiso XIII. painted on the original canvas. lie In District Co'Jtt this a special session waa held (o trj- Rol- and Swallow, charged with having itolen, about Jaa. 15 oL this year, o'he bay gelding, the property ol Taj Jor. SO.TIC last Taylor sold the horse ia question to .Mike Kutfherm, of .Stafford The bill of sale apparently was turn- ed over, but the money not paid. Later Taylor to Kulcterin to colteet, but the latter icfuscd. He al- d ibat the borse hail teen stolen from his hand, that as a tea- son for his refusal to pay the amount ou the Hen note given at the time ot receiving the bill of sale- It is alleged that Swallow vvent to Kutchetin some time later ani oficr- il to recover the lost horse, as he was going oat to look for Borne c! his He wanted a bill oE sale entitling him to the horse i! he found it- The police recovered the horse on Swallow's homestead, anil also cd possession ot the third bill of saia supposed to he signed by Kutchecin. Swallow, arraigned, pleaded not guilty to tho charge. C. G. K. Xourse, manager ot the Hank of Commerce, caHed, gave evi: iJence affecting the handwriting en the two bills of sale and the- lien note. He gave AS his opinion" that the bill of sale turning the oror lo Kufcbcrin." not signed by the lattet', tbe' signa-. ture being in a somewhat different handwriting, xvhile it appeared that' the name was spelled "Kutzeran" an the second hill. Witness said, he had been used br ihe government tor tw'o years in the Yukon as a im'ting pert. It seems that prior to the. trans- Bcfioiis in question Kutcherin had accused i horse for' ng therefor a mare, valued at wagon, worth ol groceries, arid worth of oats. Later Swallow oscs that he iouad a lien note: for 170 held against .the'horse by Mr. 13. Dupen.'Kutchcrin had thereon, iven him back the marc and wagon, ind as the first horse bad been lost, Culchcriu gave Swallow the bay. .elding in question to replace him. Counsel for the crown said it looV- d. peculiar that Kutcherin should live accused two horses tor tome ;roceries and a few oats, as that 13 eally ths whole transaction cfolvcs iUclt into. The case was still in progress at he time of going to press. C. F. Conybeare is appearing for thecronn and W. V. 1'oapst lor the defense. koow abo-it tbe Including rescue work, LIIILE10 A gloss boillc Wowing machino I vented In Germany bas a speed of 2COO bdlilcs on bour, to the work of 250 expert glaEablowers. SORRY SENATE ATTACHED RE- FERENDUM CLAUSE BUT HOPES FOH BETTER THINGS London, June to the Canadian Associate! Press, Hon. Dr Roche, said be had mads a tour of.thi emigration agencies throughout En; land and intended to .open severa neR- agencies and generally develop this department on. existing lines Alluding fo the naval question Rocho said: "I naturally regret tho Senate' action, but do not caro to say muc' atout 11. My opponents have bte very considerate to ray deparlmen wblie 1 have been away. I think that tbe will u tlmately reverse their decision." 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