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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Prirtay, June 13.1913 THE LET HBlttBGE DAILY HEKALT) Page, 7 MARKETS LOCAL PRICES Grains and Provisions Prices paid farmew; No. 1 Northern.......... 071 Xo. 2 Northern.......... No, 'i Northern.......... t'X9 Xo. 4 Northern.......... No. 5 -Northern.......... 0.51 Xo. 1 Bed................ U.7C Xo. 2 01 No. 3 Red................ Xo. t Red............... O.M No. 3 Alfalfa, per ton...... 1100 No. 1 Timothy.......... I'.M Ulue joint............... IWW J3ran 15.00 31 00 Ko. 1 Peed Oats............. KM Itollei Oati.................-.......... v Produce prices to Monday's Bylaws Illegally Advertised Were Illegally (Continued from Iront Hotter, creamery ljo New California Green oaioni, cozta bunches '5 Strawberries 3. 1'arsclps "s Eggs, per caw i 6-50 ChtcVens, drcsjed I'hiciecs, live Turkeys, dressed TurkejH, llvo Gwse, lire Ducks, live .a Live Hogs, Hogs, dressed Mutton, liro Mutton, dressed Steers, live Steers, dressed Cows, live 06} Cows, dressed New California O Turnips 53 Cauliflower, .p-r.doi 2.50 New peas, per Ib 1 New leans, per Ib 18 Strawberries, per 24 qt 4.25 California tomatoes, per crate 7.51 Cucumbers, per doien 3.00 .24 .17 .23 .20 .18 .11 .OS .11 .05 .13 .01 .18 01 AccorMus to bjlawa submitted the city had Icli before June 3. z bor- rowing power of On Mon- day tho cilijcus of (Ms amount, Icsvius cor- [owing power clill unused ou the 1012 sessment. Tlic 1013 aisessn'.eni la pproximatety in excess ot ,e 1312 CBuro Tho borrovvliig power Jticil by iho new assesimciit Is thcro- ro ot This mounts to Wuh the remain- er of the 191! fever, tie ty should havo today a borrowing over of alxmi Tue amount Ibe cstimatci '07 car la approxSmately :din; .for this amount out of the I33.C7C, the elly saouW havo left to come and go on this year But the mayor endl that only 00 be kit. Showed up the Mistake The Herald man took his figures to Id. Atrd who had an (nklins of the rua Btato of affaire himself h> that Ime, and they swooped on the layor. Kor a few minutes cbaos Hij Worship, scenting dan- er, implored them not to try to flnd flaw In the bylaws voted on FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, June grain pric- es today were July Oct........ July Orl........ V lax- July Oct....... 391 36J 3S 03 38 37) 1.1C 1.16 Cash I'rirts Wheat- No. 1'Mor. ,N'o. 2 Nor No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 Feed Winter. No. 1 No, 2 Ko. 3 No, 1 Oats- No. 2 C. W................ No. 3 C. VY.................. Ex. No 1 Feed No. I Feed No. 2 Kecd Ilarley- No. 3 No. 4 Rejected Feed Vlax- No 1 N. W. 0. Minneapolis Wheat- July......................... 92! Chicago Sept N July Sept. Dec. 031 1.11 00 32 II 005 03} statement submitled to tte mayor yes- enlay was right. In that case the by- aws wrong and have to >e on as as the 2913 ftas coiitiruieil. Tbe iccre- arjr-treiisurcr had discovered his mistake. Th8 (o'Jncil. so Insliterfl thst the debt sbouM covered up >efoie the 1913 assessmsnt was fln- dlly apptoicJ, had throush. the secre- lary-UvaBurcr and solicitor, discovered lhat Ihu cilj could subtract the amount of the people's of local improvements and tho glnkiug fund combined from the gross debenture deut. This amounted to But the secretary had uot taken iulo account voted on hy tho people early in tho year. Tak- ing Ibd amount awax, the city had le.'l olter day only bor lug poner when it voted on the I253.WO impos- slutc. Lighten our DarV.ncss The auditors Here put to work bright and early thla mornfng to fex- ret out tba true coaiillloa ot affilr fotiilajr. that tho meeting .djourn until bo could get tbe auditors o bring In a statement as to the true ondlUon of tha city's dobt and oor- ou-ing power. This was done, but >ld. Alrd, Ifamilton and the news- men "stuck around" to see if !aht could be thrown on the truo ot affairs. New Figures were Right Much figuring was indulged In and icfore long the secretary-treasurer de- clared that he would bet a hat his Winnipeg, June A. Miller of Klma, Onl, euprenie president, and John Carter ot Toronto, Ost. su- premo secretary of tbo Sons erf Ens- land, are Uere on their way west on a trip to the coast during which Ibey Ttill visit roost of the S. O. E. branch- es. .They are lo be entertained at a bannuet nest Wednesday at which I'remier Hoblln, Mayor Deacon and a number ot public men will bo present. They will Tisll 1-ethbiicJge. Paul .Smith Buried The ialo Paul Smith was laid to real this afternoon in the city ceme- tery. Among tho fall bearers wore DOMINION DAY SPORTS LETHBR1DGE JULY 1st, 1913 Exhibition Crourvjj at 1 prn. Open to all araaieur athletes In lha Province. Four hundred dollars will be given awar in prizes. Admission 25c PROPOSED PROGRAM 100 yard! 1-2 mii- S20 Hammer it-.rcv: SSot put Ons Mile MO yardi Pole Vault. Running High Jump. run (to be run In of the 1st dawn 1 mlla relay race (four men) Tug of War (five to pull on cleett) time limit. LOCAL EVENTS Obstacle race for under 15. Wall race for girls under fa. Old Man's race (oO and over) so yards, rat Man's race (200 Ibi. and over) 60 yards. Motor Cycle race (open) Etttrfet for these events wMI positively close Saturday, June 2Erth. Addrew all enquiries to V. R. Gilmore, Y. M. C. A., Sec- retary of the Sprots Committee. two mounted police, two city police, and two city firemen. A iquad of fifteen cltK policemen, four mounted police aad taehe fire- men marched to the cemetery. The service, which was Impressive conducted' by Rei. T. P. Perry In Ireland when Special is called for JOHN JAMESON Three Star Whiskey is served JohtiJameson Whiskey HAVE vou TRIED IT? SPECIAL FOR MEN Saturday; and Monday at Buchan's Men's Suits Hobberlin, Style Craft and Fit Rite Choice of any suit in tne store. Regular values up to for STRAW HATS Special line, nifty shapes, regular values up to ior! 7So Canvas Shoes, latest shapes, Oxfords and Balls in white and pearl Do it for Lethbridge SMOKE "MI PERLA" AND "LA DELLA" CIGARS. UNION MADE. At nil first class Hotels and Cigar stands. Lion W. G. R. and Star brands regular values up to for Austrian. Shirts, neat patterns, com- plete with soft collar and French Regular and for 85c Sole Agent for Slater Shoes and a pair FIFTH STREET SOUTH BRYAN BLOCK BUCHAN The Men's Man FIFTH STREET SOUTH BRYAN BLOCK KEEP YOUR On the Semi-Ready Store See the Three Big Specials for Saturday's We will have a clolliing special this week at per suit. Suits worth in the reg- ular way 520, and -S28. .Re- member these are all Semi -Ready Suits, and thoy are the- one price all over Canada, 1ml we just have ono of a line and one of a size, so therefore we are very desirous of clearing this odd lot out. To do so we will sell at the small price of per suit. See window for special display of same. SPECIAL No. 1 Suits, regular to for SPECIAL No. 2 The first live men buying RaincoiUs Sat- urday morning will get them for 87.50 each. Remember these eoats sell from SG.OO to Your choice for the first five sold Saturday morning Come early. SPECIAL No. 3 We sell any cap in the house Saturday for 50c. Caps worth from 50c to.SI.75, your choice for ecnls.. .Don't forget our line is com- plete in all the summer'needs for men. We carry the most com- plete line of "lounge shirts in the city from to HATS TVe also carry a complete lino of Men's Straw and Panama Hats.. Our stock is ail new. UNDERWEAR Summer have all the best lines and rnhjies, B. V. D. in combination or two- piece; Balbriggan in two-piece or combination, from 90fi. a suit. Men, we can supply your wants from head to foot in Summer needs, so don't pass us.up if you, want to be well dressed, Y.ours for business, THE SEMI-READY STORE S.C. BATEMAN Vancouver, June a crnsh tbat was heard for many blocks, three stories of a new four-storey block near the corner ot Main, on Tender East, collapsed at ten o'clock this morning, killing one man instant. ly, buTjIng two raoro in a mass of de- bris, and injuring fivo others eo ser- iously that they were taken (o tho General hospital In an unconscious condition. The men buried in tho debris, who either dead, or within an ace of It, were in tr.e basement. A force of the city firemen engaged in trying to bold up the other walls of the building. it i3 be- lieved, may go nt any momeui. A Ireoiendous crowd surrounds the building, Tho man who was Instantly killed, was a caipentar Harry Ander- son, who nas'at work on tlic first floor. Three ot Iha injured men, taken to (ha general hospital, were bricMay- era, on the top of the second slorey, were buried to the bottom at Iho ,bu1ldlni when the .wall gave vray. I They were A.' Robinson, Tom Evans, and A. Herl. Two of the Injured will inot recover. Milk River if their request is turned down, but the rumor lhat they would ship over the Great Northern Is'absurd for it is an impossibiliiy. They are not going to pay duty on their wool just to spite tbo C.P.R. Government Too Late Regarding the work being attempt- ed by Ihc Mr. Harvey said that the program might prove a good one, but that the season was too far advanced now lo hope for any improvement. He was in favor of Mr. Willingmyre's market propo- sition, and thinks that things may- be lintd up for bext year. That the sheepmen have their eye on the New market is plain- ly evident, and 18 or 20 cents a pound Is only a vision as yet, hut if the tariff is' taken ofl, (hey think tbat the price will come in time. As to the 25 per cent. o( Hie freight diaries on wool, which it vas re- ported was to have been paid by the Dominion Mr. Harvey said that tlio grant applied only on experimental shipments to Ibe Ens- lisb markets, anil was entirely un- encf.ciai, for the. reason that no shipments arc be made to Eng- land direct. One experimental .shipment wasX made years ago, and it was .found that Alberta TTOO! entirely' Unfit' to place on the' English-market out first being skirted, a process which is deemed Impractlcahla bere, because the extra price, obtained for' the skirted product woufd not -pay, tor the wasted weight of and the cost ol the process. Clipping Not Fivord Mr: Harvey doti.not favor clippers as versus tbe fhearg. things they may ba more humane, but where it bas tried out, the, following season's wool has been shorter by 2 inches tfian when' the shears were usfd. He ia glad to know, however, tbat tho process will he demonstrated, if possible, at the fair by the government eipert, will watch the ixpeilmen't md onsfratlon with Interest. Mr. Harvey Con- tends That CP.R, fron front pan) from Bamwell, could be most con- veniently-shipped, from a point on the I.ethhrldje-W'eyburn lice. If, attcr rectivinj the Wool Grow; m' formal reqwst, thd do not, sec possibility of granting it, the wool 'men will be compelled to haul their clips lo tbo ntarcst point, which may lie Stirling or New barton. Cannot (to Over O. N. H, Some of the heaviest shippers con tcniplatcd movlnf thflr bands to tho He. Coal miners In thli cflnotTy nnm- tfer aluroa ttrree-quartari o! a million. Only three states efficient pro-. tectivG occur'Ktioaal The last analysis proves the HtneM of 'V ;v i Vittucci Vli-tln 0 0 oii for dilly me In tbe kitchen, for M anil (or everything else for wbkh oil ll Let the verdict of ni ;