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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, June 24,1913 THE LETHimYDGE JPAILY HERALD Page 7 MARKETS LOCAL PRICES . Grains and Provlilont Prices paid farraew: No. 1 Northern......, .. .. 76 No. 2 Northern.......... 73 No, 3 Northern 68 No. i Northern......, .. ^'i No. B Northern........ .. 0.54 No. 1 Red............"... 75 ^jo. 2 Red............ ... 72 No. 3 Red............... 6� No. 4 Red............... G2 No. 5 Red............... 52 No. 2 Alfalfa, per ton ,, .., .. U.OO No. 1 Timothy.......... 17.00 Blue Joint............... Ifl-OO Produce-Produce prices to retailer*- Strawberries, per 24 qts . . .. ?..25 Tomatoes, per 4-lb. crate..... 3.01) Eggs, per case.......... 7.00 .Butter, per lb..............21 . H. TAYLOR CAPTURES BRITISH NOTICES TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Wiuuipeg, June 24.-The grain prices today wcro : Wheat- Open Close July ................., ......... �8i 08i Oct............................ m m Dec.......... ,................. 92 92 Oats-July ........................... 351 35i Oct............................ 37* 37* Flax- �Julv ........................... 1.15i Lie* Oct! ........................... 1.20% i.aii Dec............................ 1.18 Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Nor................... 97i No. 2 Nor................... 94f No. 3 Nor................... 901- No. 4 ..........'................. 86 No. 5 ........................... TU Winter Wheat-No. 1 ........................... 97J No. 2 ........................... 94J No. 3 ........................... 90^ No. i ........................... 86 OatK- No. 2 C. W.....,........... 34} No. 8 C. W................. 32i :Ex. No. 1 Feed ...... 33} No. 1 Feed.................. ' 32} Noj 8 'Feed.................. 30* 'Barley- > No;; 3 ...........:  481 No. 4 .................. All Rejected..................... 43t Feed �................., ......,, 43i Flax- - No. 1 N. W. C........... 1.16 Minneapolis July ........................... got 90} Sept.......................... : NO FOOTBALL TONIGHT > C - * ? There will not be a football ? ? game at the ball park tonight. * >> The scheduled league contest ? * CANADIAN OARSMEN RESCUE MAN FROM DROWNING AT HENLEY Toronto, June 20.-Beef hides are coming to market In fair supply, tanners are buying on a conservative basis, owing to the easy leather market. City butcher hides, green, flat, la'Ac per lb. Inspected hides No. 1, 13c. No. 2, 12c. Country hides, flat, ]'3c. Part cured, 12V^ to 12%c. Green U\ii to 12c. Calf skins are moving as fast as received, deliveries being normal. City.^sklus, green, flat, 16c. Country, part cured, 17c; cured. 17 to 10c according to condition and take-off. Deacons or bob calf $1.00 to $1.50. Horse hides are In fair demand at full quotations. City take oft ?3.50 to $4.00. Country take off No. 1 $3.50 to $4.00; No. 2 $2.50 to $3.50. Sheep skins are moving freely at current prices. City take off according to size $1.50 to $1.85. Country 50c to $1.75. Spring lamb skins 20c to 35c. Pelts or shearlings 20 to 40o. Wool.-The market is In a healthy condition, large quantities being mar-.keted, growers and dealers realizing on their holdings at the present high prices. Some mills are showing a little more interest and stocks are being absorbed as fast as are justified by the present general market conditions. Washed combing fleece (coarse) 24c to 25c. Washed clothing fleece (flne) 27 to 28c. Washed rejections (burry, chaffy, etc.) 20 to 21c. Unwashed fleece combing (coarse) 16M! to 17c. Unwashed fleece clothing (flnc) 18 to Wac Tallow.-Off colored goods are accumulating, 'while the better grades are mpv^ng freely. City rendered solid In barrels 61^ to 7c, Country stock, solid m barrels. No. 1 6 to 6%c. No. 2, 5V4 to 8o. Cake No. 1, 7 to 7%c. 'No. 2,- 6 to 6%c. Horse hair,-Parmer or pedler stock In fair supply at current prices. Farmer pedler stock 38 to 40c. Old rubbers, junk, etc., is absorbed as fast as received at full quotations. Rubber boots and shoes according to trim 7^4 to Oo. Auto tltea,, 7 to 9c. Bicycle tires, 3 to 4c. Lead, heavy, SVi to 4c. Tea lead, 2Vi to 3Vic. Brass, heavy p to 10c. Light, 6 to 7c. Copper.^eavy,' 11 to 12c. Light, 10 to 10%c. Zinc 214 to 4c. Henley-on-Thames, England, June 24.-As the Ai-gonaut eight were getting aflqat last evening, a dinghy, with two men on board overturned. Taylor and Gregor, members of the eight, dived and rescued one of the men, who was In danger of drowning. The crew then had a trial row over the first half of the course, being pac ed by Caius College, who had fifteen seconds start, and finished in 3 min. 44sec.; the Argonauts' time being 3 min. 34sec. Wright coached on hoTseba.ek for the first time this morning. The Argonaut four rowed the full course In 8mln. 24 sac, covering the first half in 4min. 5seo. The eight had a two minute row with Oriel CoUoge, whom they beat by one halM^ngth iu the first minute. ....... AMERICAN FAVOREO OVER THE FRENCHMAN Los Angeles, June 24.-Eddie Camp, the San Francisco bantamweight, was a pronounced favorite over Charles Ledoux, the Franch champion, In their scheduled twenty-round battle tonight. It was predicted that he would enter the ring a 2 to 1 favorite The men will weigh about 118 pounds WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE GAMF5 FRINK PITCHED GRAND BALL Calgary, June 2.^.-Frink pitched the best game of the. season here tonight, letting the Moose Jaw millers down with four stingy hits and allowing them only one run; This tally was the direct result of an error by Rothfus.ln left field for the Bronks. The Bronks got eight hits oft Gavin, but In only one inning were they able to get tho bingles in sequence. This was the third, 'when two walks; a sacrifice and two singles brought la the two runs which decided the gome. The score: Moose Jaw ... 001 000 000-1 ' 4 0 Calgary..... 002 000 OOx-2 8 3 Gavin and Moore; Frink and Roohe. fr BOB SCOTT Who now holdc the Canadian amateur motor cycle racing championship. DANE TO BUY A FARM Victoria, B, C., June 21-Kay Tramp representing a number of Danish farmers. Is ou Vancouver Island and will purchase a farm for himself: It Is his hope to form a colony of Danish people on the island but he states that as the Danes very quickly adapt themselves to new conditions and are not clannish in the ordinary sense of the word, to colonize them to any great extent ia % difficult thing. DOMINION DAY SPORTS LETHBRIDGE JULY Ist, 1913 Exhibition Qrouhde'at 1 pm. Open to alt amateur athletes In the Province. Five hundred dollars will be given away in prlz�s. Admission 2Bo PROPOSED PROGRAM 100 yards 1-2 mile 220 yards Hammer throw Shot put One Mile 440 yards Pole Vault. Running High Jump. 5-mlle run (to be run In the morning of the let down town) 1 mile relay race (four men) Tug of War (five men to pull on clsets) time limit. LOCAL EVENTS Obstacle race for boys under 18, Nail Driving race for girls under 18. . Old Man'a race (50 and over) 50 yards. Fat Man's race (ZOO lbs. and over) 50 yards. Motor Cycle race (open) Entries for those 'events will positively oloso Saturday, June !8th. Address all enquiries to V. R. Gllmore, Y. lyi. C. A., Secretary of the Sprotn Committee. BUNOHiED HITS AND WON Edmonton, June 23.-Reglna defeated Edmonton here tonight, fi to- 4, by bunching hits, with the locals' errors In the second fourth. Despite Uie fact that Redmond and Skeels, two of the heaviest hitters on the team, are on the hospital list, the Birds gave the visitors a good arg;ument. Biers-dorfer twirled better ball than Butter-hoft, but, as usual, this pitcher was given wretched support. Errors counted for two of the runs scored oh him. Clayton took Redmond's place on second base and Helnrlchs replaced Skeels in the field. Whleraan's homer to the centre field fence, with Mora� on second, was a feature. The fans made a threatening demonstretlon against UmplreTaylor la tlie ninth inning, wh-en he called Reddick out at first on a close play. Score: Reglna ...... 030 200 001-G 8 0 Edmonton .. . 000 220 000-4 .6 11 Butterhofand Baker; Blersdorfer and Spencer, GREAT BATTLE AT THE.. HAT Medicine Hat, June 23.-In one of the hardest fought games witnessed in the Hat this season, Bill Hurley and his team mates went down to. defeat before the Hatters by 5 to 4, after a terrific ninth inning batting rally ou the part of the locals. Manning and Schneider, who were on the mound, started out for blood, and pitched great ball. Wondprful fielding and pegging featured. The visitors got three in the second on a single, walk, triple and error. In the third the locals drw two walks, a single and double, a steal, and scored two, one man being caught at the plate, and a triple tied the score. Ih the fourth the visitors took a one-run lead on two singles, and 'from then on until the last of the ninth the greatest battle witnessed here took place. In the ninth round the first two Hatters up hit a single aiid a double. (Manning then Issued a walk and was pulled out. Ford replaced hlin, and Morse was the batter to face him. With throe balls and two strikes on him he drove one to deep right.- No one ever went after it, and It 'was good for at least three bases. The fans in the stand swarmed the field and carried the batter oft. Later he was presented with a.purse. During the game Captain Chick entered a protest of the game on acaount of the locals delaying the gai.ae. The official time for the nine innings was 1 hour 43 minutes. Score: Medicine Hat . 003 000 002-5 10 1 Saskatoon .. . 030 100 000-4 8 0 Schneider and Bliss; Manning, Ford and Walters. BASEBALL TABLES National W. L. P.p. Philadelphia ............ 36 17 .679 New York............... 32 22 .593 Brooklyn ............... 30 24 .556 Chicago.................. 32 27 .542 Pittsburg......... ....... 27 31 .466 Boston .................. 24 .31 ,436 St. Louis ...... ......... 24 35 .407 Cincinnati ... ............ 31 39 .360 American W. L. P.C. Philadelphia ... '......... 43 15 .741 Cleveland ... ............ 39 24 .619 Washington ......... 33 28 .541 Chicago ;................. 34 29 .540 Eoston .................. 31 27 .534 etroit......... ,........ 27 39 .409 St. Louis ... ... ......... 24 42 .364 New York ............... 17 41 .283 IiiternatiQual W. L. P.C. Newark ... ............... 41 21 .q61 Rochester ............... 37 27 ,578 BulTalo ......... ;........ 34 27 -SB? Providence ............... 29 30 .-ffla Baltimore'...... ... .v. ... 28 32 .487 Jersey City ... ... ...... 28 32 .467 Montreal ............... 25 33, .431 Toronto ... ,.............. ^2 3a .361 Fair Week Specials at Buchan's Visitors to the Fair will do well to call on the Men's Man, anticipating their Dresent and future needs in Suits, Shoes and F'urnishings. He is offering many special bargains, a few of which are mentioned below $18 SUITS $18 Your choice of any of our high class Suits, including Hobberlin, Style Craft, and Fit Rite brands -values up to -530.00 for.............$18.00 Two-Piece Summer Suits .. $8.00 and $10.00 Begular ABUNDANT MOISTURB � ? ^ -- , > Three-quart^ of �n InoS * of such contests in'Alberta in the future. His'-loxdship objected to the jufy's lecommendation,, asserting that his deflniWoU"oI,-tS8 Uw, and the decl-slon-of the-.Jury established a precedent and made further legislation unnecessary. ., � , His lordship also informed ]Rell(ey that had the jury adjudged'hiin.guilT. ty he would have imposed "no',Spnir, tence on blm, as the case was more to test the law rather than tor fijtv the guilt of the defendant, 5 7 19 ;