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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page? Ask Us for Particulars Any or addicted to the -liquor hzbir'cjua fully free them- telvo and eliminate all tracpj of al- coholism from their system tor (be NEAL Our faith la tho N'eal treatment Is illustmtcil by our read- iness to refumi tho the pellent leavea the, laslltute It 'he or she Is not ntSsfied. 1'ho Neal Treatment does not con- tain Hypodermic injections and 'leaves no bnd alter effects. It la a purely compound intarnally end act- on the entire system .clear- GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES ing and braiu. strengthenlnE nerves ana The Neal Treatment for tie Drug Itablt is as satisfactory as the treat- ment for tho Drink but taxes longer. Ask tor "A UltlB Journej lo The Ncal Institutes'-' bj Elbtit Hubbartl. NEAL' INSTITUTE 820 Thirteenth Ave. Weal., Calgary. Pticne MARKETS National GUXTS FALL BEFORE CUBS Chicago, June deleat- ed SVw York, 3 to 2 today, winning the third game ot the series alter tin. The game rai TOO by hits. In Xew York's ninth basts American F1FTKEXTH FOR ATHLETICS Philadelphia, JULC Philadel phia eipetitr.ecd liltle wiuning ils AiiMujh straight vlo torj- toaay by debiting St. l.ouis 10 to 4. Mitchell, vim started to pitch lor St. Louis, was hit ta'd. He filled hut Shaler. f aentd and SaUer i ordered out of the game by Umpire made a beautiful catch ol Fitjccir's! Ferguson in the 5th inning for pro- pop up anh doubled Bums at first. I testing a decision on a ball, and Hums' fielding prevented the locals j was succeeded by Weilman. The big ing oa occasions, lett-haader pitched Wrly good hall, ade a one-baiided jurqplag but was unable to check the Ath- letics' hitting. Brown held St. to a single hit in the first five In- nings, but fell down in the sixth. from scorini when he m catch. York Chicago 3 U 3 12 Marquard Meyera; Humphries, Cheney and Archer, Breenaban. EXTRAORDINARY GAME St. Louis, June It. took '33 players' three horns to play Hevtn cnings today, St. Louis finally" de- feating lloston 8 to 7. St. Louis usel five pitchers and lie Visitors Tbe winning run was scored on Wih- LOCAL PRICES Grain and Prices tamerx-. No. 1 Northern.......... No. 2 Northern.......... No. 3 Northern.....'. Ko. 4 Northern Xo. 5 Northern.......... No. 1 No.'2 Red No. 3 Red................ No. t Red................ No. t per ton....... No. 1 Timothy.......... Blue Joint.....-.......... Bhoits No. IFeed Oitts............ Kolied Produce prices to retailers- Butter, dairy Butter, Xew California carrots New California cabbag6 Meets Turnips Cauliflower, per dot. New New Strawberries, 24 qts....... California tomatoes, .per crate Cucumbers, per-dozen oaions, per doiea bunches'.................................. Strawberries Parsnips per 0.17 074 0.69 _J63 0.54 0.16 0.7 O.SS 11.00 17.00 16.00 18.00 .21 .30 .04 .01 .031 .03 M2i 18 4.25 .45 300 .03 6.50 Bt. Louis............... I 5 J b'lladslpbia 13 3 Weilman, Httchell and -McAllister; Plank, Drown and I-app. DETROIT Washington, June with ttfo hits today defeated troit 3 to 0 in the quickest game ot the season on tLe local grounds. go's single alter tvro singles, and a' n0lh Johnson and House, Mho re- saciftlce fly had put men on second iu tte bol] in and third. Konetchy drqve in -tvro great form. When Clause passed runs and scored tour. He and -Mfllan in the 'third, ed with a home run, a triple, and relieied him and Oladi grett- two singles la sis attempts. Boston :EC} with a smile >cor- got an early lead, while- St. Louis [jng boti, mnners and scored himsell was unahlo to cooaect Kith Hess'- a mora'cnl on au error, delivery with men on the- bases until Detroit................ 0 1 3 the 7th. Boston................ 7 11 3 St. Louis............... 816 5 James, Itass, Dlckioo and Whaling, RarJden; Harmon; Willis, Geyer, Per- ritt, Burke and McLean, Wingo. PHILLIES WON IN NINTH Cincinnati, June. 10. With two runs necessary to win, came to-bat In the nirtlh and with three hits, mixed wiih'threi stolen Washington............ 3 0 Glaus, House and McKee; Johnson and AlnEnilth. up to the Dintb, L'bllRdelphla Seaton, Alexander Drown and Kling, and 3 'I 4 2 1 i Klllifer; CLARKE FI.VALLY jtABB GOOD Pittsburg, June 10.' '.'his players -bad failed to do anything with the delivery of Bill Wagnir.'thc Brooklyn recruit pitcher 'from S'ew Orleans, Jlanager Fred Olaike, fnr the third time since 1911, vent to s a pinch hitter and shot a licer CHICAGO TOOK TUB THIRD New York, June today won the third game-of their stiles with New York 5 to 1. Scott held the locals to seven scattered hits, land was cffecthe in every inn'ng bul by The d, with ell whose arm has been 'bad, went inlt the box for the first time since the second .game ot the season, bul 'h lacked control and la.sted only a lit- tle over an inning. 593 Xew York.............. 1 Scott asd Bchalk; Echultz, Caldwell McConnell and Sweeney. LAJOIB BACK IN GAME Boston, June lead of runs which Unsto'n secured in th eat iia tt (JiitLii uibitu. ana sticn a Httr i----- to right, sending Welly home. Both toda'r cnouen for tilc Rucker and Hcnflrix started well, tut iIeal ot Cleveland, although Dosto WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES OCt Oatsr- July Get Open .CJoso 93} 99J 93t 93i were later bamrdered acd by Wagner and Cooper..- 1 5 10 0 Wagner, Tiucker and. ill Her; Coop- r, Hendris and Simon. .351 'July 1-13 Cash Prices meat- No, i Nor.................... No. 2 Xor.................... Xo. 3 Nor...........'...... No. 4 No. 5 No. 0 Feed Winter Ko. NO! No. 2 C. Vf.................. Ko. 3 C-. W. Extra Ko. 1 liarley- Ko. 3 No. -I Rejected Feed Flat- No N. July Sept. Dec.......... July Sept......... Dec........... W. Minneapolis 35} 37! 1.15} '1.19} 33 93 90} 7H 71 58 95 -Mi SH I.H Minor Games International J-OUHTEBN' IXN1NOS Toionfo, June iron iho second game of tie ierlei today from tho 2 to 1; after teen-lrning game, -which WM a pilch- er's battle betwesn Brown md Mason. Talce during the Innlnti. did the Leafs have down, but SUson tightened- -and lield tbe locals down.. Brown' pitched Every man who appreciates the that his personal appearance can be a butlnttt asset, will appreciate the good style and good tafle of Fit-Reform us show you some of these attractive business Suits for business men. McKelvie McGuke Suffered Tortures Until "Ftiiil-a-tlvES" Cured Him MeMIIJLAX'SCORNER, OKT., SEPT. joth. 1910 ''Your remedy, "Fruh-a-tives" ii a perfect for Rbeumatisia. For vrarF, 1 suffered dislrtssicg pain from BciaUca or Siialle Rheumatism, belcg liid vp stT-ral year for days at i lime. I weai to doctors nl'.otoM rce ihe re was uouse doing wouH p-iss They f ciuslatd p'asteis anil olhcr thai dU ro goal. I'lastecs toot no efteci on lo cie and i aw spots. I tooV u .any ailvert tstd without benefit, butfcituaate- ly, Iv.o )ca.rs ago, I got tnts" and thsytuiea nit Sicce vhta. I "Fnilt-a-tivfs" occasicrallj- an'} keep free of pain, I Ain utUfttd "I'ruiUa-ttvts" cured me of lUvumalnm and they Mill cure anyone nrho takes uicm as directed. If letter would "te of vaJue to publish it" JOHN B. McHONAl.D. IcdeeJ, this letttr is of ratue to in to the thousands of sufferers RheuniBti'iii, Sciatica. Lumbago and Neuralgia. H points the wiy to a certain cute, box, 6 for siii1, jjje. At or from i'rait-a. Ottawa, res-Jit. This 1s work which can b8 j.ursued and hackled most eipeiJi- ilo'jsly through the breeders' associations or similar organizations. Or CANADA A Personal Service Our banking service does not end with handling your cash or commercial paper. We are prepared to advise with you confidentially 6a any financial matters connected with your business or invest- ments, and to give you the advantage of our experience and our intimate, knowledge of business conditions. ,1 LETHBRIDGE BRANCH "I GRASSY LAKE BRANCH 0. R. TINNING, Manager A. B. KING, Actg Manager outhit by the visitors. Th score 7 to'3. Boston scored it opening tallies oil Gregg, ulio gav way to Stcen before the first mnin was over and Carr'igan, the Drst ma to face the latter, sent in two more runs with a three-bagger. Collins kept Cleveland's hits scattered. La- joic got hacV iu the' gamo today, af- ter a rest and coatributeil several feature plays. Cleveland 314 3 Boston......... i n fl Blandlng. Sleen, Qregg and -Car- isch, Lsnd, Collins and WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE GAMES AN EXClTINf! SAME June 10. Medicine Hat it f or Lethbridge" CIGARS. PERLA" i DELLA" UNION MADE. -At all first class Hotels and Cigar stands. LETHBR1DOE WON FROM PINCHER CREEK At a club shoot held at Pincher Creek the Lethbridge .club won with a score of 261 against 205 birds. The following is a detail of the scores: TBAM A. B. Stafford Just as good bill the Rojals captured an exciting game from .t'telH. Piljing getting only one titi off his'delivery SM 1nis citnlag. Only f.lteen tcore: Montreal Toronto Chicago 89} S1J 93) 01 90 i S2 03) from ihe slith to the Tiie 'men faced neer in the first five, 'in- nings, but he weakened in'the sixth S 11 '1 Mason and Burns; Brown and baffl. Buffalo nochcslf.- Fullenwjider and Oowdy; Hupbes and Jacklitsci. Second game: Hullalo 1 2' 6 2 Jumtson and Lilonde; Hotf, Kecfe nnd Williams. 921 92} .GLASGOW CATTLE PRICES Cilasjott, Jiir.c 11. Watson and Balchellor, catttc imporftrs ol this city, report thai all ol cattle ate in ilenmnd at late quota- (ions Bdcrs 15 to 16, and bulls 12} to John Jameson 7 15 0 2 Providence Jersey CIO- Thompson and Blair. Baldraore N'ewnrk Shankey and Egin; and Higglns. 0. 11. Mutr and seventh, the Hatters collecting half a 'dozen. Void, the, Strassburg pitcher, replaced him and made good. The Htd Sox were first, to score, counting three in the filth, tthcnwilh two on bases little {Jle-ison clouted out a.home run. hasesJF. Xcwman in the 9th liaVer almost duplicated V, Upton this Efeat, smashing out one long ttl- F. Lindsay H. Hams Dr. Connor E. 0. Sticklcy J. H.. Welch V. Green PISCtir.R CREEK J. HcP.oberts H. Fowler pic, counting two, hut he- died third. %orc: Medicine Hat 6 'Kegina....................5 86 6 12 Association Minneapolis 5, Kansas City t.. To- Louisville 9. 10; Columbus 0. St.' Paul 12, Milwaukee. Whiskey Relation fof OHllJAII in WhUkey. John Jameson Whiskey Canadian Guelph 12, London 3. Ottawa 5. Petetboro 3. Hamilton 7, St.-Thom- as 4. Berlin 12; Branlfori 5. Northwestern HF.DDIUK HOOTKl) THE RAl.I, Calgary, June by Red- diclc" decided the second game Ihe Calgary-Edmonton scries in favor of night, the final count standing 6 to 4. In the fourth Heddlck misplaytd two successive binglei thai cahift bdofint; the first one-and mak- ing a wild throw of the al- lowing two men to score. Thf Ks- kimos outhit the locals, and Would have but for the cosily 'mistakes of the fielders. Score: Edmonton 4 12 3 Dickinson ani Spencer; Fr'mV'acrt Roche. SASKATOON LOST FOR _.. Saskatoon, Juno lO.'-Moosi Jaw btqlit winning- strfak to- day; defeating the (Jujkcrs t 'to It a keenly" "contnhd pro- A single, a two Vancouver Parlljfd 2. Taconit fouliles. .wild pitQh W.t In Spoklne 3. Seatllc 1, 6. runs lor ln .Pacific OoaM Los Angeles 3, PottUr.d 6. Venice S, Sactamcnlo 5. 3an. yrar.cUco Oakland 5._ Northern Superior 5, Winnipeg 1. St. Paul II; Virginia 10. Minneapolis f, Win- ona 2. Grand Dulutb 9. I inning. JIooss. Jaw won the (n :l6e seventh, whtn wllh two men on tas- es Mooio drove out A home tan, put- ting the .Mnilorg two in the hut. Saskatoon 6 11 3 Moose Jaw.................., 8 9 -1 41 28 3T 35 35 41 41 261 25 31 30 33 21 31 205 three-daj rae.etins of the Saskatoon Turf Club came to ah end today. Ttc most ei- citing feature was the Bankers' Stake, which was "won.by. Henry Waibank, a horse which was left ai post. Botite, 'the' fa'vorita ivas nosed out of Ijret place.Just as the wire was reached: v The King Edward Hotel Stakes was WOTI iri.Btralght heats by Grand Opera in easy style. "Foxy Haywood, the fav- orite, won the .Consolation jace. Features of the day were the laying ol 300 to 1, and 100 to 1 by tho look- les on .certain horses, but none of them bad a look-in. Summary: Ths King Edward Holel 2.30 pace and.2.25 trot; Grand Opera won; Baronteln Todd, second; Kins John, third." 2.22; 221; 2.323-5.' 220 pace, Arrod won; Alpha Delia, Joe--Mc- Gregor' third, 2.1715; Tho Bankers' Stakes, sii furlongs, dash; Wallbank wen; Hotlle-'second; 'Athabascan third. One mile and seventy yards' (H) T. H. Arkell, Dominion Lire Stoci UranLh. Ottawa) TLe time for shearing sheep must 03 rcyjlatod by ILe condltlous they are'n'.alaiaSne-d. On the racoh it will naturally te later lhan on tbe farm, eince, in the eifcnt of stormy and coM weather, Ehclter can- 101 bo EO readily Ihe-tn. Shearing, however, should aU-ajB be done before tho real hot wr-aiher com- pa. The rauchsrs about rst of June, but the f.ock r should have shea-rlr.g fln- by that time. Sheen Uaring fleeces in summer Lot thrive or fAUen; ar.d U is truly re- markable to note, ai limes, ihe rapid Increase in weEght thty will make, it cared for properly, afler tLo fleece U removed. for au early mar- Ut tccognlzcil lUs fact, their wtjtiiers early In win- ter and coi.fiulng Jheni in a place. By this raeans they are able to got them In good condition for the Easter market. Shearing should be done on a ctean floor, never oa tho dirt. It should be tbe strict aim of the shearer lo keep the fleece tn as clean a condition as possible. Djng locks and tags Ehould not b? included Tbe fleece should be rolled from tail to nect-i with the bright surface o'ltward. If the wcol [3 long, a portion of the neck j Wool sold In this fashion bad best lie piece can he twisted tightly to form a' Onisifitd or graded and each grade rope, and this used for tying the fleEcej told separately. The grading consUla paper twine should be merely of a division of Ihe fleeces In- used, the skal or ordinary bind- er twine, for thla unravels.- Long sis- al fibres In a combing fleece will ap- pear In the top and, consequently, the sisal does not take the dye properly its presence creates a defect n tha cloth. Of course, this does not affect woollen manufacturers to such an extent, rloce carbonization will destroy tbe Eisal. For similar reasons wool should not be Into coarso jute sacks, but rather In paver-lined or close borup tacks, for Jute flbies as serious Injury to the wool as sisal. Wool trow the time it Is clipped should be kepi abgol'Jleiy dry; nor should the sheep be shorn while wet. It is mistaken shrewdness to attempt] to sell damp wool, for Uie Increase in' weight due to dampness Is a most un- certain quantity acs difficult to deter, mine, ar.d the dealer "will naturally safeguard his own interest by making ample reduction, probably greater than is justifiable. Resides, dealers who recogalie that farmers are mak- ing a constant practice of presenting damp wool for sale will soon become most chary of purchasing their TVOO! at'all. Damp wool, If kept in sacks, will oventuaily become permanently stained a yellowish color. Such TVCO! can only be succcsifully used In man- ufacture1" whtn dyed a dark color, .gain, wllh very wet wool, the gaunt- el is always Tun of mildew attacking t. This may cause serious damage o the Probably one of the defects if Canadian wools obtained from ilieep raised on the small farm is heir dirty Cd-dll'.ir., d'JO to the prcs- ince ol excessive quantities of straw and chaff: If the straw be only found n the necks and bellies, the damage not BO'great, since these can be skirted from the rest of. the fltece and sold or used separately. How- ever, not always is the straw con- fined to these parts, but Is frequently Included in the entira fleece. I regret lo sfiue' that I hare found several aundred Ilccces on'one. farm In this deplorable condition, and In alrnoat every Instance the owner captiously bemoaned the low price he'was re- cehing for.his wool. In no way could he understand that the fault Iky large- ly with himself. Of course, it must be ndmlttcd tbat few dcnlers encourage the sheep breeder to prepare his wool in a belter condition. .Wool In lha Slicker'wpn; IhK-d .-.Tlnie Marcus 1.52. second; Bur Consotstion Scramble; five furlongs ncd-a Haywcod won; Ladj OHIFFITK KNOCKED OUT PHIL BROCK AT AKRON Akron, outpoint- ing Phil firocB, of Cleveland, through- out, Jolmr.y Griffith, ot Akron, last night knocked him out in tho ninth round of their bout here. They fought r.t the lightweight limit. Grllfith grad- uating (rom the featherweight class. Warfare third NOTICES A to'al membership exceeding To. 00 la claimed now hy the painters lecorafors and union. Five slntes have passed laws limit ng Iho wojklng hours In many prl ate empkyraents. Attention Is being given lo th ol organizing ths Spanish ipeaking ctgftr. makers In Florida. A 5 per ce.nt. ir.ereaec In wages cement workers in England through out the Thames and Mcdway cemen district his. bten announced. CALLIES' INTERMEDIATES The Caledonian line-up for the game with ihe Overseas In the Intermediate league, tomorrow as follows: jiriin, aaJ Crawford; Mc- Creadlc, Mclndoe abd McMillan; K. Mcltvena, Hush IfcIlTwa, 'Tennipt, Linnioi and Reserve's: fctrile, All.players'trt requfitw-to be at Y. M. C. A, not later than 6.16, ai lilt team that la late In starting his two point! deducted from Its gtapdlng. 6e on time. SUNDAY SCHOOL SENIOR BASEBALL Weflcy and KIJOX play a game at tne Barracks at Ford and Walters; Stc.'le and A wii for Wesley ;wlir give them th'e. Jloorc to three or four, or perhaps. If txfstE, more lots, accord- ing lo fineness and length ot staple. The iery dirty or black fleeces are (brown into one lot known as "re- jection." A carload Ibs) ot each grade wlH make It worth irbUa lor ibe manufacturers to bid upon it and it can be cold directly, thus bring- ing [o the grower the entire, profit. Of course. It must always bo remem- bered that, 'under the conditions of climate and EOil In Canada, wool does not comprehend the raatn product from the sheep. Sheep raisers ehc-jld aim directly towards the production of n first-class mutton sheep, Wool, however, must not te neglected, but it should never be the object to pro- duce a fine delaine fleece, rather a medium quality, for always where the fineness of fleece Is emphatized, mut- ton characteristics cannot obtain the highest perfection: The feature upon which 4he greatest stress should lie placed Is cleanliness. Kndeavor to kcei> it clean from such ioretgn ma- terial" 05 straw, burrs and Earthy matter will EC our out straw will carbonize, but although dead ifcfcs ma> out fairly u-eil, yet they generally cause sorioyg trou- ble to the manufacturer. To obviate, their dip the sheep In BOHIB good, wllnble material twice a >car, in the fall before going1 Into, winter quarters, anii In (he spring after the shearing. Tichs are 'nerer helpful friends but always dangerous enemies. IT REPRESENTED WHO IS SAID TO HAVE BEEN- KINO PAR- AMOUR pist has been bought to n Etent ex- tent at-a flat price. Dirty wool and clean coarse wool and fine wool received virtually the same price and that as low OB possible unless com petition flinongat dealers, which was usually loral and seldom extensive, was keen- Wool well-prepared, clean and hon- estly graded, will always Hnd a r market It Ehtmln'ue the purpose of every sheep raiser'to have for Pans, Jur.e 10.-t20a.000, ord price paid for a work oi art of- fered at public auction, paid yes-, terday !or Ucmbrar.dt't "Be at the sale ol the Steengracht collec- tion of ancient paintings ai tha 6a- Icrie George's Sp'eth. .The Rerebrandti was valued a I UG.OOO only. Dlv- ccn brothers, who purchased can- vas, said "We have been negotiat- ing for two Jears with the gracht family for the picture, tut they have always refused to sell. We arc glad to aCquiro the. picture even at such a high figure. We shall ei- hihit it tee and in London.'.' i Tho auction room was thronge.d lor the sale and there was intense ex- an article luat bujers recigniye wliUe the bidding for high merits, especially aa far as cleanliness Jg All! dealers will eagerly seek it. then. Competition will fas' created and a higher price obtained. If wool can be gotten in a sufficiently large, quan- tity, an advantageous price' he ail! more caeliy secured. cb- precious Hembrauclt was going on; Sheet metal Corkers have received uotice to the effect that at the next meeting ol the. International body a more be made In the direction of eaLibllshjng a house for superannuat- ed members along Uie lines ol homei operative sale ol vrool will obtain this (established by. other ;