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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Pages THE LETIlBRin.OiE DAILY HERALD Saturday, June MARKETS tOCAL PRICES Cratnj >nd Provlslcru 07! o.os P.63 0.54 0.76 No. 1 Korthetn No. 2 Sonkftn Xo. 3 Northern Northers Xo. 5 Xorlbtrn ox.. Xo. 1 Bed.........it- So. S So. S Rf-J............ Xo. 4 Red............ No. AUalfs. ter ton ._ So. Timothy.......... H-M Blue Joiat............... 1S-M Bna So. 1 Oats .............a-lj Rolltd Otto Moots Jiioe tint -neather the ot Jaw's bis race to- day. A good croird wltceswd MJIIS fplscdld raclm, five crests be- log In Ellshtly four hoars, tvo ot the races going Joto flVe heals. Dr. Scott, who slirtfd the taraeJS etenti, got the borses in by getting utter mat- tery good ac3 tiny. IB the Leal the day ha fined tmr ijrirers StO eartl for to'come up to the irlre SATURDAY'S PRICES Winnipeg Juns p'rlcts lo- Xo. 1 Xorcttra No. 1 ra No. 3 Northern No. 4......... Ko. 6 Feed So. 3 instructed, thereafter there es no trouble. The 2.35 trot proved the most siting eient ot tbe day. Major Bj- By won by.tskinj the third, fourth and filth heats, after runairg seventh id the first and fifth in the iccocd. Idealo, the Prints Albert entry, -TTM second, and. Claude Wood, the Moose Jaw hone, third. The by The Dtacoa. owned by of Denver. This horse also took the last three tests, after being thin! In tho iirjt One Well, ocned by Vide Columbe, of Calgary, second in this ereat, his tint heal, incidentally ng for hltateU a new record, when he BteFped the second heat in 9TH S6U bS 73 60 47 K No, J X. W. C. OTHERWISE IS PUGILISTIC CON- Ontrsll (Columbe, Cnlsarr) Lettie Childs, Spotsiw) Time: J.19H: S.S 2.35 Purse Major By-By (Stewart. Calgarj) 1 tdeilo (Tynan, Prince ilbsrt) (Bitteil. Moose Jaw) l 2.15U. 2.25 er 120 Trot: Purse, 51000 Irabro (AnderKm, 1 Price (Krojt, Moose Jaw) 2 Daclcia Milts City) 3 Tims: 2.UH: i.lSJi. Five Furlongs Running: Purse DotUe (Reid t Majer, Calgary) j UUle Bill (Armslrong, VermilUga) 2 It E. D'Or iMorru, Saskatoon) 3 Titae: J.Q5. One Mile Purse Ellcier (Poirley, .Moose Jaw) 1 Fllttertoot (Morgan, sisfcatoon) 2 Beulah Iff (Ericisoa, ForsJIuf, .Mom.) 3 1OXING .Vsncqivcr, June 30 is ths AiEereccc boring contest- and -a.prize "'fight Tii' is the-interesting; qiits- fioa on which a Secisioa irill be.giT- ID the Vancouver courts in tin near future, 'according to an applica- tion to Ondge Grant today on hehal! of Freddie Welsh, Hght.-weiE.ht; cham- pion 'of..the. British empire, who ast- ed that a gamtEljee affixed io tbe amocnt the.boier should have re- ceived for his recent'bont vith.' CampheU at Berghonse arena should he set aside. The. amount af- fected by' the garnishes -wai S500. The judge 'in. dismissing the catit-i did not thlnt the tjosstion -within.the spirit of Uie law. Action .will pow with 'view money teltased, "and this will 'jn'fan that the question of.tbe illegalitj of boiinj wntesfs wil! bs JnTolved. Judje Giant said A'lt-seems-to me that-, tbe term U..when a, 'raaa ii killed aad'a-lioxuLs contest no Is Red HocS, the favorite la the pace, 'tfas never In the race, which went to Irairo, the baadsome eon el Zombto. aimed hy J. M. Acderson, of Portland, who the race in straight heats. Tbe best time TVBS 2 14, in 'the Eecoad heat Pottle tad a ciach la the. fire fur- longs dash, ahen Babble, her only real rival, was left tUndinj at .the post. -There .wae tome excitement in the mile dash. Flilterfoot tlrrew Jockey and ran hetoro ha vris jot to the wire. "When 'did get started, the big SwetSe rode a nica -ice, bnt1 Slicier was tob.'niBch for 1m, and Teat under the wire with a oinfortahle .i Summery: WfTTSO HTATES 7IAM OAPTUft THE INTEJINATIOKM. 'I j MATCH BY 'Juae EO.' Brttatn points the Uu- naj'VoiTtLe internation- al ibxmng match] jut completed wd reWBturei the Dewsr- cop. The made public today Ua- States Great Britain This fat the fiut of thi riCe 6h( iajctes tiat the' United States wll in during the present year. Last rear.Great Britain toot ti DeWar'cap from tte Stats winning the small bore match' by 25 -polnU: Jiii. score at that time wa Great Brrtais rjoiied State Thfj' year's, rules called for mea on 'a side, using the .VI calibr ar.d stooting at 75 leet, size halls-eye being bait an-inch i "diameter. Two men on', the Araerica team, members o! the Butte, Mont -Rifle Shooting pos sibls SCOK of 500. WESTMINSTER-GIRLS DEFEATED KNOX In perhaps the most strenuous game of ever pulled oS fu this city, senior girls defeated Kriox Sunday school team by a score'ot lo 2. Knoi scored aiiother field throw which would have doubled their score but it was disallowed on a foul. Both teams went on the field determined io win and sorae strenuous york re- sulted. Knox Vi'eEtialmiter ear- lier in the season by a record score acd last night's win evened .the hon- ors. Both teams are tied -in ths standing as a result of last night's ef- fort Prior to the senior eatpe the junior teams clashed, Knox G-to 1. -Weal- BLACK WHITE SCOTCH WHISKY QuaUlyandpnrily combk't to maic Black and White Scotch Whisky the standard excellence. D. O. ROBUN. Tcroele ScU f- -Jjn SU 4 TENNIS .XEAM VICTORIOUS ______ June 10- day won tho deciding match from South Africa, iu tho elim- Inatton round for the selection of a for the R Davis lawn tennis trophy, n-hcn B. ot Britltli Co'.umbhrheat Ii. P. Lesure, of Soulh Africa.'in ihe singles, by three Etraigh'i C-3..6-3, 6-3. SHELBY AT MACLEOO ON MONDAY NIGHT iSacleofl, Juce Giorge AddfEon. of the Jlacleod tasetull tfadi went to Lc'thbridse to sae Hie Lcth-. brldge-SLelby game, a'nd to nr- range with the Shelby team to play la Macleod'on Monday night. Mr. Addlsbn'ha? already arranged with the Warner team to play two games jnTJIacleod on next, one 'ar.d one In the -proKifia FOR i.; ORlOKfcTERS of No Match iluai The Auitra. tin 'iffcicetefs" the Gen today, in the P'aj; of (heir' first raatcb ji'tttt kad 'scored W oHIyrUiree wfclt for die liy; .vbile thV Phltidelpbin f.'. Barfsfry hid f cored 110, nil lot oil whn the WM for The Demand for This Car Has Doubled Our Output EVER since we annotmced the details of .'the Studebaker', "35" we -have- been. flooded with orders.. 'And, while -we shalLbe aWe more than twice as niany- cars in 1913 as'.in.1912, there ivill .be many late buyers whom we shal! .have to disappoint. At Ihe Sludebaker "35" is the world's greatest automobile bargain. Electrically started and lighted, its long- stroke mofor developing full thirty-live horse power, the Canadian-built Sludehakcr "35" is. mechanically complete. Its" long graceful body "seals six passengers. In finish, upholstery and is charac- .terislicalry a Sludebaker. Don't'allow delay lo lo.se your chance'pf owning one of these cars. Stndebaker "35" Ppmplete Sis four cylindsra, inch x S-Tncli stroke x 116 Inch wheclb BUttBr Electric lights bora' ll x 4 Goodyear tires Detachable Demountable rims Tire iTiuMi--.Stfivarl CEark Speedometer Three elliptic springs -Full floallag real axle Silk ir.ohr.Sr Lop Studebaker Jlfty curtain Ueep cnahlotiB ventilating vrlnd-- sJilcld, rain vision type Crowned Tenders Wide tool box F'ull fct of tools Bofco rail and foot rest High Mi ami control and The Studebaker Corporation of Canada, 'Limited VMLKERVILLE, ONTARIO AUTO CO., SOLD BY TANNER Blips., Maclcotl. I, 'ALFKED PEIiTER, Pindicr Creek Fair Week Specials STRAW HATS 'Straw Hats in all the latest varieties and syles from 25c. .to each. Specials line, reg- ular to. clear at only 75 cents BUCHAN'S Visitcirs to thevFair will do well to the Men's Man anticipating their present and future requirements in Suits, Shoes and Fur- nishings. He is offering many special bargains, few -of which are mentioned below SUITS .Your choice of our Iligii-GirtSs'Saits, in- cluding llobberUn, Style G raft, and Fit -llito brauds iip lo for SS.OO ami FELT HATS All the latest styles in Van.Gal, Chris- tie's, and Buckley makes. A. special Fedort tnd Teletcopa shapeB; resut lar ?2.00; to clear at only Two-Piece Summer Suits value. carry qire of the largest assorted stocks and 'best values in Skirts' in the iiicliidiiig Silks, Tatfetas, English and Prints, etc at prices ranging from to 53.50 each. A special line of Imported, Austrian Shirts with cuffs 'and Lounge Collars. Regular value '53AO; to clear at 75 cents SLATER SHOES WITH A REPUTATION SHOES FOR-VAUIE AND SERVICE. Price stamped oirsoles of