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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, June 1C, 1913 THE LETIIBIUDGE DAILY HERALD Page 7 MARKED UOCAU PRICES OraTni ind Provftlone Trices paid No. I Northern Xo. 3 Northern......... No. 3 No. 4 Nortbtrn......... No. 6 Northern No. 1 Red............ No. 2 Rsd..............v No. J Hod............... No. 4 nei No. 2 Alfalfa. ton...... No. 1 Woe Joint............... Run Shorts No. I Feed OMs Rolled Date Produce prices to Butter, dairy Butter, creamery New California carrot! Green onions, per dozen bunches.................................. 0.74 0.69 0.63 0.54 0.1 l'.6S MS 11.00 n.oo 15.00 19.00 ai.oo 22.00 83.00 30 VANCOUVES WAS AHEAD BUT TOOK AN AWFUL TUMBLE PLAYING ROYALS MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, June grain prlc- ts today were: July......-...... 5954 1( October.......r W.'t i Oats- July iv-.. October........., SS 3SX doling Prices No. 1 Northern......., 99V! Xo. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern -t......... NO. 4............... SS Mo. 5.............'.. 70 No. tt "ilVl Feo4.................. 59 Winter Wheat-- No. 100 No. 2 9711 No. 3 D2X No. 4 ...........t...... No, 20. TV............, 35j; No. 3 C. TV. 33 K.tlra No. i Feed......... Xo. 1 Feed 33U No. 2 Feed "........i 30% Barley- No. 3........i......... No.e; Mclnlyre; BannermaD and Easlon; Brennao, and Clark; Knigbi, Olein, XJoning and Teuuaat. Spares: and A. Tenaaat. Game (or. i Pi (ME PflMPFBT rLLfloInu uulMli! ASSOCIATION AT MA-ORATH SHOWED OLDER ONES WHAT YOUNG CAN DC OVERSEAS FOOTBALL CLUB The f otlowl ng 0 vcrs eas FootbaH pjajera are requested to meet at' the V. .M. C. A, at 6.15 sharp tomorrow night for their gama with tbe CaHIes. Hott'lU; Patterson Bnd Home; Gaud-well, Shaw ana McMHlaa; Mullen, BannerniBD, Brcnnfln, Simm find June 14. Tie "Happy Faraitj- ot Fatter Time" a Children's 3pecatta, under tbe auspices of tfce Primary association ol the Latter Day Saints church, was given in the Electric theatre last night acd was a grand success. Mrs. Jcs. Alston, as director, and who has spent much tlmft training ttieui for tte past few weeks, oeseires much credit tor the fctiog of the as wll as ths appearance of the stage acd their dress. Some of the most notahle features ol' the evening as the singing "A. Stitch in Time" by fire littlo old ladies, "Tbe Menu" by eiglit little tojs, and also the sinking by Father Time (Miss Elva and Patience (Miss JTjrtle There was a large crowd in attendance and all enjoyed the performance. The Board of Trade meeting, held Wednesday evening, discussed tfco qicslion.ol building a crossing fiom the end of the cement pavement to the O.'P.R. slalio3. Tint will he done soon, nod "the C. P. K. will tuild a station ho'jse and fix up the grounds within HID neit year also a direct line cf mail serrice will be gifert Magrath, CardetoB, etc., south Instead of via Lethbridge., The. Bachelors' Cluli dance, held Thursday night, was a great success, loads of autos coming from Raymond aad other placet to attend. WANT FOOTBALL GAME AT TABER JULY 1st Fred Robins has receired a 'communication from J. M Paters on Tflber, football gams at Tater July 1st. Mr. I'atcrson vould like to hear fron one ot the city teams MAIL CARRIER'S CORRECT LINE-UP AGAINST SAINTS The mall carries' team which against the St. Marj 'B on Tue's dRj' evening Is corrected as folios: White and Easton; Bal drj', Malhetfs and Lothian; Huggett McVicar, Breanen, Linutng and ASCOT MEET Celebrated English Society Races-Princess Mary Becoming Much Interested In Hcrae Loiidon, June Ascot, st> lar as society la concerned, Is the lav orlte race meeting trf tho yeart opens today.' Semi-slate processions' from Windsor Castle to the cb-arse, Vil take place on Tuesdsy afternooii ant OQ It Is underslood-tha his Majesty vttl automobile to .'the race course on Ibts other days, Princess Mary, vrho is ntd to be developing Into ot horse flash, under the tutorship of "bor on this'Journey they will have to agalntt tho team doing beller reckoned as serious factors In filth. It is playing helter-ekcltei race. The Brooldyns ate playing and come ot the player i at leas ball on the road and will tMse- a no attention at all to the Instate of beating, but have not the of the manager. Johnson can strength to stick arousd right at bold tha club up oil by hlmseir top. The Superbas have not tor It Is gradually going the way o played such good b'all neda In 1910 and 1911. The all departments as they arc Sox are holdlnp their own ex right now, but they have only well and ate sure lo land lr classy pitchers, HucKer and first possibly IK good a and this pair will scarcely be, Maciger Callaban made a ta all loafed looked stale early in that the world season, but are now 09 again be decided In tt stride they are the dub S! U bis been (or tbe will have to beaten ty any1, other aspirant for tbe flag. The team' Ik a wonder, but It has a great aoi He will be right tip ful Iead6r, who directs tbc_ thai bolh rbilarle made by hla playerj rnd Pltttburg oniM It toal h having his system followed Italians v.ho lave been residents ol this city forjseveral years, and are intimately acquainted v.itU Tom Latella, who has also been la the city for Eix years, 'strongly restat the report tbat they, with othtra, are membets oi tbe notorious Bhclc Hand Eociety. Tom Latella was arrested at N'o. 3 mine some three v.eeks ago, and lodged in the barracks bete on a charge ol attempted murder. The victim ol his supposed attack was Tony Lombard, another Italian min- er. At the preliminary hearing before Inspector West, I.atella was remand- ed for trial. Lombard received a ba cut across lis throat, and nas tak- en to the hospital, but recovered sul- ficiently to appear at the prelimin- ary, Latella was released liom custody on Saturday by order ol Judge Jack- sou, who toed his ball at flOOD. Yesterday aiternoon tlie city police were called lo Hardievllle by a tele- phone message, which stated that unless they came at .once, a murder would be, committed." Chief Davis aud-Inspector SkeHon immediately leit for StaETordrille, ar.d on their arrival encountered Latella, who told them Tony Lombard had drawn a re- volver on him; and bad palled tbe trigger, but'the gun had failed to so oU. Lombard ran into B nearby house, but was easily captured by the police. In tact'X upon their en- trance to' the house he gava himself up. Lombard now- asserts tbat Latella is a member of tbe Black Hand and is "after him." He says that he in- tended to feill Lattllas, aa it was a case of kill or be lulled. Bat the parties that Lombard ac- cused of being memberi ol the Black Hand, stated emphatically to the Herald this moinlrig that they knew 'nothing ol the society and did not elong to It in any way. Tom Steve Tabacchi, and the store-1 No. 3 slate that the idea preiKxterom and tg charged with attempted raurder, and Lombard th esame the positions ot defend- nt and plaintiff reversed In i-nch Lombard IMS up before the magls- ritfl this mornlos, hut was remanded nil! Wednesday.. Tha "Black Hand" lory M laughed tt as a joke by ev- resident 'ot mining district t IB a Joke. Although o! only short duration, the owtr tbla aiternoon brought down (iollare lu every drop. Ouly .05 In- ches fell it the Experiments! farm, L. A. I'elger. who lives swiih and esu of town resorts letweea .OS au'I Itches. It Is esiiKited that a treat deal core fell in Lethl-rUse, picbaWy ,13 or .15 luchea. TeltpbOEe reporti the Eouth. slats that gooj showers tell for a short dme. At Hajmoud, the fall was gotd, act] will wonderfully advance the crops, although no eufferlEg has been to date. At New Day- toa slight stowers fell, and were greatly vtelcomed. The district be- tween Wilson SMing and Lelhbrldje got coceldwable rain. The slorm paes. el ttst and nortb, distributing rain for niitr-s around. Coaldala and the east countrj' sot good sprinkle. Monarch reports ft light fall only. Coadltlons generally hout thft EOith ara excellent. TORTURED WITH TERRIBLE ECZEMA M To War Better fifoes M WISCONSIN MAN IN GREAT LUCK T. A. McDonald, postmaster ol Pictuie Butte, states that he is lu receipt of a communication from Dr. F, T. GortoDj oi Tortage, asfelng for information regarding the condition o! his land, which is locat- ed near the Mr. McDonaW's report was to tho effect that the doc- tor's 400 acres ol wheat could not be better. The crop was sown summer fallowed land, acd Is about 10 inches high. Cutworms were re- ported in the district, but Mr. Mc- Donald said that the ravages have lecn mild inured. Dr. Gorton was very much inter- ested in Mr. Kane's plan ol grow alfalfa for seed, which wss reported in tfce Herald some time ago. U. C. T. DID NOT PLAY BALL ON SUNDAY Mr. T. E. Yuill, scribe ot the Iccal branch of the U.C. T. wishes to deny in behalt ol that organization that there was a same ot baseball plsyec on Sunday under their auspices, as re- ported In another paper. There may naie beea a game ol baseball, but there was no team playing which had tho right to use tbe r-ams ot the tin lied Commercial Travellers. Exhibition Opens Exactly One Week (Coatlnucd from Iroat HAIL AT CARD8TON Cardston. Tras struck by a heary hnil storm at noon, about -an loch falling. H destroyed considerable garden atutf, and brolie B'few wlnt panes. The Etorm swept over tbe Blood Indian, reserve, anfl it la though that little damaga {artnlnsr dlElrlcts. done In PETER OLSON BURIED London, June Tne funeral of the late Petor Olson, M.P. Tor East GRASDR JAH. aad. 1910 ly wife was troubled for three wiiU on the fcands, which nuctc tcrbanjj a3noit useless. The doctor oin'onenti none of wfcich bad any also Jitr to wear rubber glovei {she wort CTatthiee I peisueded her, ai a lut tesort, to try Tfoe mar- vellous, Her now cuitd. We Loth attribute our good 'lFruk-a-Uvw" JOUBERT FniU-i-titw" posUUelj ill Skh Troubles tt ti the 'jod psriffinx medicine m the world 5oca for trial At dealers or from Ottawa, ALBERTA BONDS ARE HIGHEST London, June tha atest quotatlcna of the undermention- ed Car.adfaa funds: Alberta ten-ytsr debenlurw, 1S2Z, 1-95. Dominion ol Canada loan, 1 per cent, 86. sterling oosdi, 1S17, 3 per cent., 13 Kova Scotia Provincial debentures, 1- per cent, British Columbia, 1914, 3 per cent, SO. Dominion cl Canada registered, 18J3, 3 cent, S4. Dominion ol Canada Ascribed, 1917, per cent, 12 74. Newfoundland, 1935, 4 Mr cent, 93 Newfoundland Consolidated 4 per cent, SI. Province o! Novi Scotia, 1964, per cent., S4. Province of SaETutc ed, 1952, 89- 91. Montreal Permacent, 3 per 71. Quebec Consolidated1 stoclc, Cilr of Vancourer, 1M1, S3. STRANDED A STREET CAR During the thuudcntorm at noon, the yellow Itoo car was a bolt of llahintng which burnt out (he luses, leading (he car for about twenty minutes. Middlesex, held this arternoon from hi? residence, Hvde Park.- Major M.P., represented tbe joTBtn- BROKE WORLD RECORD Vienna, June French, avia- tor Edmund PerreyoD, who holds the world's altitude record for an aero- plane, both for pilot and pilot and one passenger, today brolsa tbe world's record carrying two 'passengers, reached height ot feet. He Supt.'Rled of tha street railway de- lartment IE wording out a schedule o the crowds. By the Itne Che fair openh extra crossing Ttlll have been Installed bo- 13th slrwt >od ths park on tha ed and if necessary every one o[ the ten cars wll tw run direct from some putt of the city to tho fair grcuuda. yeiir the big crowds during the fair WM too much for Uic street railway equipment, but thare is title of this year. The list .of premium cups now on display la tbe finest pretented for competition' here. The exhibition board It providing several, but private donaton have several of the best' There always has been a good fight for the various SHOT BY FOUR-YEAR-OLD SON Colllnswood, Ont, June Jamea Calback was almost Instantly UUed today, her eon discharged a .22 calibre rifle st her. 'The little fellow had been glten the rifle to liny and finding a bullet on the Iloor Inserted'It- Cor- oner McFauldo declared an tnquest un- necessary. Fascinating Hair For Women IS EASY TO HAVE, NATURAX COLORED AND.BEAU- TIFUL So many women or faded hair; neglect It until It lie- comes thin, dry gins to fall out and makes thtm appear- much older than tatflr are. It your hnir It condition gut a of Hay's Hair Health today. Don't wall any longer. Start uslnf it now. Srra'll bs delighted "at tbe sulu from even or two Ap- plications. The grey craA- ually disappear and your kctr will become lull ot life ud ity. It's not n kui a slot, clean preparation that {nMOr and effectively iseps ymr kalr dark, glossy and omturml colvrvd and that all teo eattsfarttoa or money. lor. Hnlr Health. Tor salo and by The Red Cross Drn( ui Book Co., UK., BlMk. AMERICAN LADIES TENNIS TITLE MATCHE3 AT PHILA. Philadelphia, Juno Dor. olby Breen, of the Merlon tennis club today 'illis Edna 'Wild- er, of Plilnfleld, KJ., In the final round of fhei women's national tennfs champiohelilp" In singles. The scores were (1 (o 2 tnd to 4. Miss Green will meet tomorrow In the challenge round Mini Mury Browne, of Callfor- nli, the tllie-holder, for Itc, champion. shit. iMm 6tt KIVIAT LOST TO POWERS New York, June paw- ot Boslon Athletic National, deieilM Klvlat, AtbMlo club. In tbe "Xiro run it Celtic Ibjay. winner's Hue 4.218-5, aad is 4.5 of a second slower than track re- cord held by Kivlat. Homer TorX on scratch In the iuu( which i-oa in J.H 1-5. Hurry! Hurry! M. Goodman lias just received direct 200 Pairs of Pants and 200 SmU All Wersfeils and Tweeds, All sizes. These were at a tank- 'nipt sale in Bristol, England, and sent to me at 706 3rd Avemie South, to dispose of theni at about, half the usual value', Also 25 dozen of Shirts at English Prices This is a chance of a life-time as you can- not got sucli'goods every day, SPECIAL SNAP ON Ladies' Low Shoes at Regular Price up w Note the M. GOODMAN 706 3rd Avenue LetibrUfft ;