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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, Jnuc TIIK LRTHBRinOE DAILY MARKETS Pacific Northwest Golfers the Winners LOCAL PRICES and ProvlBlonn Prlcfs puld No. 1 Northern No 2 Northern OH 3 Northern DM No. I Northern No. S .VortLcra 0.51 No, 1 Hed OK Xo. 3 Hed 0.1 No 3 Kei O.M Xo 4 Red Kc. I ter ton 11W No. 1 Timothy 17.09 Blue Joint 1503 Bran StoiU 21 M No. I Rolled Produce Produce prices to Butler, dairy 41 ll'ulltr, creamtty Slra-Mwrrles 300 '03 6.50 Parsnips per oaso 1'o-jitrjr- ChicieiiJ. dressed 22 Cliicicas, live .17 'luiKfjrs, dretsed .33 Ttirfceys, UVB 20 Gcrsf, lilB Ducis, lit live Hogs, itrcsseiJ Jluttoa, Hie Si.itton, dressed Tacoma, Juno Ilio cllonal golf jeiterday, bolueai the Middle acd Ibo Fa- Northwest, Hie litter won bul Ingle luatcb. One feature ot thu Elu-iiioou round WMI a new moT-J lor Ibo 7acoinji Hunt and Oolt course, made by Harry Logs, of i'OlIu, tbo tracB-MiEfcUbliifi cbiui- Uigg negotiated nine boles lu 46. but after maklag turn tstno baek in 32, equalling tho pro- slnnal record for the eouren, held by JHUKB M. liaruo. Summary: C'arl Dcveol, Chicago, loit to A. Bktrry, Seattle, 5 up. A (o play, Prukr tfeleated T. S. Uppy, Seattle-, up, one to plajf. Page 7 Phil S'sn'.on. Uratid Rap'.al, won (rota A. 6. lltUenon. Victoria, H'eoj up, 6 to pliy. i Charges Neirlr.i. defeated F Neville, OikliDd, tiro up and j to Kerry Mlmieapolli, detected A. V. McCacn, Victoria, jeten up and eli to p'.jy. i W. K. Chicago, dD.'eated K i Davis, Portland, four ui> and two to play. Sawyer, Chicago, defeated rhatidler MedtoriS, Ore., one up 3Blh gretn. Howard Lee, Detroit, beat "Dlsia" Flayer, Bealtla, up aud two to Favorites Won at Ottawa Yesterday 0! .11 OS 13 -13 .051 01 -03J SUsrs, live KittiE, Ihe dressed Kcv; Calitoroia csobay) Heels Turnips -03 Cauliflower, pet doi 3.50 peas, per lb 13S New brans, per' Ik 18 Slrawlierrles, pet 21 qta <.25 toinaloc-s, per crate 7.50 per dozen 3.00 New California caiiols 01 tiiren oaioni, per dozen bucchei Ottawa, .lute 17.-0nly two !lts, Joha Heatdoa, in tbe first race and Itight K'jby in tbe re- watdeil tLclr bickers al Coanaujht this atteiDOon- Tbe ttiid 5SiV the.defeat o! by Colin Campbell's bairca, the toP-beavy fat ante, piAed up a nail: while canning u? lor the t'otnaujtit f Cup race, the feature of the aitet- noon anil vas scratched. CarltoA tr. in the fourth race, clcsrd at 7 to 20 but at 5 to 1 ivori easily. Uussel McUitl at 13 to 5 tW siith race, in which Clem Bcachy, the favorite, was au also ran. fa the sevenlli Golden Treasure, a five to one shot, romped in froat' o! -flenili and'.MjCena. HESUI.TS Kirst and a Furlong WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, June ra article today were: Wheat: Open Close '93'i October 93M December Oats: July 35ifc 3614 October 3TVt Flax: US ,t. Wheat: No. i. Northern 9SVi No. 2. Northern............... 96 No. 3. Northern........ 9U4 No. S6 No. 5. .1..........i........... 76 No. 72 Feed 63 Winter Wheatl No. 1.............i...y...v...v 39 No. 96tt No. 3. 92 Xo. 4. Oati: No. 2 C. 35M No. 3......................... 341S Eitra No. 1 Feed............ 34V- No. 1. No. 1. Feed Barley: No. No. 4................... Rejected Flax: No. 1. N. C..........-......11414 London, June 12. -r- Another Incident yesterday added a chapter to tho sensation con- nected with this year's Derby, legal proceedlngi Inatl- In couneotlon vrtth tho dlaqiiallfJcatlon o! Cragacour. On Friday applioatloa will be. vmade to the Chancery division asking (bat Messrs. and tbe owners of the horses placed, following tho objection to Craganour, be resvralned from parting with or receiving" any part of the Derby states. tf A 3354 48 17 4311 MEnneapolTa July September Chic-ago Open Closn 31U 113 J' JJ'tl September December GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET Glasgow, June i_ Batclielor, cattle Importers of this city, rffjiOTt" that quotations are UD- changed this Steers are fetch- ing IS to 1C cents, and bulls 12% to 135J .cents per pound! OUR SROOMHALL LETTER Liverpool, Juno wheat mar- ket rEEpondcd In a small vay to weak- ness In tho open- ing the market was eslrc-mely dull at tho opening level, but tho undertone was steady. Paris opened easy, car- goes off coast, and.awaiting orders wero pressed' for sale, and Bu- ones Ayres was easy at the close, The reports from Russia are bearisli, and a generally favorable European, crop outlook. Notwithstanding theao shorts'were Inclined to cover, and theie- was some speculative, support, owing to the rapid consumption and the Indisposition to sell forward ship- ments. opened under urea- sure ol realizing, owing lo the weak- ness In America and Winnipeg, nnd frow native otters, Tho Heather Franco la generally faiorr.ble. was IOT-- cr on American weakness nnd ulilo weather, John Keaidou Jack Laxson, stcontt; fiad Nevis fi., thitd. Titce, Second Kasy uon Jonquil, secor.d; Uoie third. Tirae 1'09 4-5: Third llace Mile Oliver Lodjo v.on; Coga, second; Fred third. Time, Fourth Da'xe ot Connaugbt won trade, second llavrom, third. Time, 4-S. mile. Fifth Fuclonjs Sler- vooh ttoa Field, second; farlton O., third. Time 1-3. Sixth Furtoujs-HuMel! McOill, Ben Prior, second Tom third. Time Seventh Trea- sure Kifendi, second Myctnia, third. Time 4-5. -8- LEGAL PROCEEDINGS IN CONNECTION WITH ENGLISH DERBY ASCOT RACES Louvcls Won Prince of Wain Took Coventry Money Locdon, June 17. Following are the retails at Ascot Park: The Prlcco of Wales Stakes, ST5, for cue five furlonfis: "n'on by W. Raphael' Louvola, who started an oddE-on 'fav- crlle; C. Carrol's Manzanita, 10 to l', second, and B. Hulton's nippaut, 9 to 2, third. Cantilever, 10 to 1, was last, there being but four starters. The Coventry Stakes, ior two-year-olds, five furlongs, was won by another odds-on favorite, tbl% be- ing D. McCaltnonl's Tetrarch, woo started at 100 to 30 on. Courageous, 100 to 16 against, was second; and St.- Cyr, 20 to 1 against, third. WAITING THOMAS Belfast, Ireland, June full conditions of. the appro aching, races for the America's cup have-reached the Hoyal Ulster Yacht club from York hut thny arc not to te made public until Sir Thomas the Challenger has ha a an opportunity to dlscUBS thorn with. hl_a advisers. The conditions, with soma alight alterations, are similar to those of the last racea In 1903. They will likely agreeable to tho committee of the tho Royal Ulster Yacht club .which does not anticipate any hitch In tbe arraugementa. S. 0. E. INTERMEDIATES The following will represent the Sons of England In the .Intermed- iate match tho Bankers oa Thurs- day Dlshl: Lush; 'Watlls and Holland; Parkin, Holherton and Farrabee; Turner, Stowe, Draper, Truman and Pearson'. Slrlp in tha bail at 0.15 AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS TO PLAY At PHILADELPHIA Philadelphia, June Austra- lian cricket team, which Is scheduied to play a series of. matrb'es 'in this city, arrived hers this aflernoon. Their first match'plajcd on Fridav, when they.will meet the "Gen- tlemen of Philadelphia." NOTICES Do it for Let abridge SMOKE "Ml PERLA" AND. "LA CIGARS. UNION MADE. At all flrat class Hotels and Cigar stands. John Jameson EDNA .'i The pretty -of Mayor Knotts, of Gary, Indiana, who eloped with Car] Armstrong, an-actor. Whiskey Every commodity has its one superior brand In Whiskey it is John Jameson Whiskey OE CANADA Money Promptly, Banked as soon as you receive it is much more likely, to be saved thin if you Veep it around in the house or your pocket. It cannot be lost, stolen 01 burned, and is far less likdy to spent. With a deposit of a dollar or more you can open account with the Union Hank, bearing interest, and receive a Vassbook. NVhy it off LETHaDIDOE BRANCH ORASSY LAKE BRANCH O. R. TINNING, Manager B. KING, Actg, Munafer Full, Bounding, Joyous Health by the side of the mighty Pacific 500 Happy Mortals are Spending this Summer Where They Can Taste the Salt of the World's Greatest Ocean Tent after (cut, cool, healthful, cleanly, en- extending-along the upper .edge of a beach; behind, the spicy, conifer forest redolent of pine-smell mingling with tho delicious odor of Indian Sweet Grass and Brair Roses; before, the restless, endless expanse of the glorious Pacific set with great steamers and e-winged sailing vessels; to right-and left the rush of ocean-hound rivers, the tinkle of woods, brooks, where the trout in a flash, you have an imperfect picture of the 1913 Tent C'ity at Canada's Greatest Pleasure Resort where more than 500 people who have bought lots at starting prices of from only to each on easy terms, are now cashing in AHEAD OF TJ1EIR TL D V 1 1 1 hey bought Lots-as YouMiould Do-in (West Coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia) said that these fortunate people were "cashing in AHEAD OE THEIR GUARAN- TEE." That's'thc solid fact. Lots in this re- sort were sold on the undrstanding that pur- chasers- could not expect improvements suffi- cint for residence for from, two to three years, Bnt, after a few dozen buyers of Doubling Thomases, been taken to see the property, the sjiory of magic charm spread until we were inundated this spring with requests for permission to camp there this sum- mer. Well, we got a hustle on and fixed firings with (he Result that (he 1913 tent colony will number more than 500. Last year, k wilder- ness, this year a tent city full of life, next year a permanent few years hence one of Hie greatest pleasure resorts on the American continent.'.'': Xow, reader, get busy; don't lose YOUR op- portunity through unreasonable doubt'or pro- crastination. Most men fail because they are over-cautious. That's a it. Yon can test our offer in a hundred ways, Mt you must act quickly, if you want to take ad- vantage of present low prices and terms. Talk it over with your wife and family and then read the last paragraph in this advertisement. We don't promise that, you'll mnke a fortune on your lot as many first purchasers have done in large American resorts. DO PROMISE that you'll make a good profit if you want to sell and we'll wager that when YOU see the prop- erly YOU WON'T W-ANT TO'SELL.' Approximate quarter acres in this resort.arc selling now at each; 10% cash; ?15 on issuance of contract and a month thereafter. The easiest, safest buy yon could make. v We are having printed a neat, brief, new folder describing the Tent City of 1913 and illustrated with photographs. This folder will contain the voluntary statcincn of a number of purchasers who' visited the property this spring and it's worth reading. The folder will bo illustrated with photo- graphs taken on the property. .There is a copy oj: this folder for you.' Send the coupon attached TODAY and your copy will go'forward next mail together with other literature of interest. MAIL THIS NOW Wttt Development Limited, Union link Pulli B, C. Pluia aend roe complete Mil of your offer of tola Id Greatest Sewtt. Name KNAPPEN KNAPPEN Vancouver, B.C General Sales Agents ;