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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta -Tune THE LKTHBRTDGK DAILY HERALD MARKETS Johnjamestfn Day At Exhibition LOCAL PRICES Gratni Prices paid No. 1 Northern.......... 1C Northern........ 13 I N'o 3 I Xo. 4 Northern.......... No S Northern........... No. 1 Red No. KcJ............... t- No. a Ked............... 6S No. 4 lifd............... No. 5 lied.............. M No. 2 Alfalfa, per ion...... I'-M No. 1 Timothy.......... 1' 08 Blue joint............... 10.W Viaduct price" to Strawberries, per 21 tits 325 Totr.atoes, per 1-lb. crate..... 30-) butter, per Ib..............z' Whiskey tlit WMshy uhlch has bitn the chalet conr.olssturs In thrtscen- turiu, mil th) ttMikeyfotjou too Ol.eu Close 98 92 37 S WEDNESDAY'S CHAIN PRICES Winnipeg. Juno train prices todny were: Wheat: July............ October...... December oils; July.......... October Flax: July Calh Prices No. 1. Northern No. 2. .Voituern............... No 3. Northern............... Winter Wheat: No. 1......................... No. 1.....................A-. No. 3. No. 4......................... Oats: No. 2. C. W................... No. 3 0. W.................. Extra No. 1. Feed No. 2. Keod................... Barley: No. 3......................... No. 1........................ IteJecUd Feed...................... Flax: No. 1. N. C................ American Markets Minneapolis July 90tt 9114 December............ 3114 Chicago July................. SOW September -'Ovi December............ Whiskey PREMIER EXPECTED HOME Edmonton. June A. Kifton is eipectei) to arrlie back from Kngland In about three weeds' lime. He wlil sail the first wtek lu July, and should arrive in Edmonton, ou July 20. PROCESSION THROUGH THE OL CITY WAS SCENE OF QREAT TRIUMPH SOU 33V! 25 45 4V 43 13 91 93M 95 Locdoa, Juno Ra mor.d I'oineairo, ot France, wag th guest at luncheon today ol tho Lor Major and Corporation of the city Lnudon nnd "Ibe Square Mile" Ins the city proper, was in gala tire for tho occasion. TLo ancle Guild ball was In a. blaze of color. Th eiich President's progress tbroug streets llaod ulth troopa fro irk House to the city, was a popul naiph. ThouEands of Blgnteee every point cheered Ilie vialti irlng tbe luncheon the hall TV owdcd with members of tho TOJ cabinet ministers, naTal and ilitary officers and high Btate and dignitaries. 91 OLASQOW CATTLE MARKET Obsgow June 25. nt Batchelor, cattle Iruportors. report lighter Bupplles with the trade more active, at firm (iiJOIatlODR, steers fetch ing I5W cent! to cents and Dull! 33 to H centa. Sir Thomas Shaushntssy would not confirm the report that the C. p. K, would tako over the Michigan Cential ItalliNay on July Ht, DRINK HABIT RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT The OTIRINB. treatment for thi Brink Habit can he. used with jute confidence. It destroys all deeir for whiskey, liter or other alcohoU stimulants Tho-jsanOs bare success: fully R nnd have been restorcc to Hies of sobriety and usefulness Can be given secretly. Costs only cer box. H >ou fail to got result from ORRlNli nfier a trial; >0u money will be refunded Ask fo tree- booklet telling a31 about OHU1N' DOMINION DAY SPORTS LETHBR1DGE JULY 1st, 1913 Exhibition Grounds at 1 pm, Open lo all amateur athletes in the I'rovlnco. Five hundred dollars be jhen ft way in prlrce. Admission 25o PROPOSED PROGRAM 100 yards 1-2 mile >20 yardt Hammer Shot put One Mile 140 yards Polo Vault. Running Hfgh Jump. 5-mlle run (lo be run Fn the morning of the. 1st down (own) 1 mire relay race men) Tug of War (five men to pull on dceli) time llniit. LOCAL EVENTS race for boys under 18. Nail Driving race for girfe, under 18. Old Man's race (55 and over) 50 yards. Fat racs is lib. his star Gray iiird, lo enter in tht s-ad- dlC C13E8. Qulie a lot of very good general purpose liorbes uere Judged by Mr, Swinncrton Tbe fanners in the dis- trict are taking pride in their s tH.in licrt-tofore, he-nce the keener competition. In the, heaiy draught dry mare class, tho Transfer's team of black Perchcrons only entries, Maude winning over Kale. Cattle judging started this morning, G. H. Hutton, of the Lacoaibo KXprrl-' nitnttl Farm, in charge. Tbe dairy i classes were Ibe first lu the Ajrshires XesE, of De and Nforston. of Fairlighl, had tlie bulk of the en- tries, and broke about even OR the 'nlnnfngs. Sir. Hutton fiflld (he dairy entries were the best he haa ever setn at a fair In Lethorla'ge, ilr. Hutton to bavo judged iho Eb.ee? and snine, but got Mr. rector of government dcmonFlra- 3n farms, to help bltn wllli tbfe eep eiasses, which flnibbed at on. There are some fine imported eeri entered, wbich look the cream the prizes. E WAS APPROACHING PLAT- FORM TO MAKE SPEECH WHEN E.ND CAME Paris, .Tune dramatic scene as cauBeil in the chamber of dep oday by tho sudden death of Deputy jdouard Aynard, a frogreasive Kepub can representing Lyons, cbat ng ivltb frleoda and raaXinj his oxshnl the where he o deliver an imrortant areecb, he ainted and died shortly afterward ithout recovering consciousness. Tbe doctors were hurriedly call d, attributed his death lo heart fall ro due to overwork. He bad snt up most of last eight preparing bis neecb. HE FOOLED THE POLICE Moose Jaw, Jur.iS was d that on Saturday evening William alleged to bo a orje thief, walked from tbe R W I. P. cells In the court house, whll he giiard bad gone presum bly thinking that hU prisoner wa ocked in. Tha police bad been chas ng the man for months, nnd wer ed hla capture. Clayton 1 aul IT years old, but lias a jail DESTRUCTIVE HAIL STORM Moose Jaw, June of Hi worst bail storms for some j ear pcd ovtr Iho Keelcr dlssrict. laa evening, and people artivIng fro hat town today of ibe large nn o'.int of damage done, Ths ball be from fue to als niltca wide, an reached for a distance of soinu It NfNE HORSES KILLED Moose June to irc- fence a hail storm, nine I of liorscs belonging to Joseph dn vicre, struck dead llgb nlng hit tbe wire against which Ihc wtre surjling. This occurred In th pasture, twelve mles (tout of Wltiow JJirnclj, TO CELEBRATE DOMINION DAY June 25, The Canadia colony in Paris It holding an officl Dominion Day banquet for the fir time. Hon. Charles Delvin, minisl of mines and fisbortea In tho legislature, probably attend. 4 jf CALLED TO MAPLE CRCEK Macleod, June R. Boyle, former pastor of SL. An- Church here, Im3 ncrepted a ca'l lo be- come pastor at Creek, nnd, wilh hh ivifo nnrl il.mgh- ler, will leave lor tint point next iveth. orae Fine Attract- ions at the Fair {Continued from front THE- Herbert A, Kline Shows THE GREATEST AGGREGATION OF ENTERTAINING AND EDUCATIONAL PERFORMANCES TRAVELLING THE CONTINENT INCLU California Frank's Wild West Show Sibley's Intmiiilional Lady Swlmmcw Harry Luken's Trained Wild Animals Jollie Trixie fiS5 'Pounds Essie Fay And llci1 Human Horse "Arabia" Dy-O-La The Serpentine Dancer S A T I ON A L Which U the B-st? It -a-o'Jld bo bard to pay "which of ,e many snows is the most fasciual- .S, were it not for the yojng ladles in ie water circus. Girls come before wild animals and caks, though mermaids would e winners They arc all pretty r.nd graceful in e cue costume originated nnctto Kellerman, and eacli was lily" apsilauded at the conclusion f her r-erfoncance. Miss Josephine leming, the American champion, ooked like a Grecian statue as she il on the high springboard before oing the Australian splash. Site s a most Interesting and ve exhibition of all different wlmming strokes. Nine uthcr clever trls give nn cshibHicn of fnnev div- and swmminp. is altogether nltTCStng and instructive. Baba Delgarlan's Oriental Show has robably as many lady as men. This is undoubtedly (he clean- SL and most attractive show of its kind that has ever appeared In t'ols >ar( of the xiest. The dancing girls are refined, and their costumes aro Folks who like oxcllement will find at Ilio motordrome. The speed tlth which these daredevils race .round tho wooden saucer is terrific, and the strain is almost as great upon he spectators as upon the riders. California Frank's cowboys, cow. girls nud Irullans Five a touch of the old which is real and plc- l.uken's animal stow conslsls of ions, timers, panthers, leopards nnd aears, while trained dogs and ponies are Interesting. "Happy." the roller- Teddy-lr-ar, is Eomelblng out of' the ordinary in tlio trained nnlmal world. tlicro are Jolly 5Sb pounds of huir.an loveliness; linlil's flea circus; Drola, tho sepen- line dancer; Kssle Fay's human horse, Aratiia; SlMey'5 smicrb shows, con- taining curiosities from nil parts of tho n list of attrnc- lions such as Is seldom found In a city ot less than The Motordrome Tive Dave-Devil Riders Baba Delgarian's Beautiful -Orient Princess Victoria The Midget Meliw Prof. Ruhl's Trained Tlea Circus Sibley's Superb Show A Collection of Curiosities i Omar Sami's Winulcrs of (lie World PREE ACTS Between the races and during the evening in front of the Grand Stand THE FAMOUS FLYING E1CKETT THE DIVING HORSE RECKLESS VAN NORMAN LUZ OHTEZ. WIRE WALKER RAMONA ORTEZ, JUGGLER THE UP.SIDE-DOWN ZERELOA3 At The Midway Of THE EXHIBITION GROUNDS TAKE THE STREET CAR LYALL COMPANY OF MONTREAL, GIVEN CONTRACT ON FIVE MONTHS TIME LIMIT OtEa.ua. .Tune Improve- ments at Kidca-i Involving the construction of a new entrance many inner changes, will he carried out ty the Peter Lyall Construction Co. The contract figure is Tho tenders have been tinder slderation for some, time, and it is un- derstood tbat the lowest tenderer was not prcpaied to guarantee comyhtion within Hie specified time of i tlve months. The contract, consequently, Is being awarded to the Co. VULCAN For nursiug inotHcra Na-Dru-Co laxatives offer the important advant- age lliat they do not distttrb the rest of 'lie sjstcra ot artect the cliiU. 250. a ,tt your Druggist's. Vulcan, June Tnckei iaitcd the, K N'AV.M.P. station hen last Mrs. Black and M'ss CassIeDatfs o Krnmctt, Iilalio, arrived last an ttill visit their parenLs, Mr. and Mrs T. M. during tno summc .Mr, and Mrs. Rice ol Minneapolis hsvo licen recent gucsla of Mr. an- Mrs. W. K. riannels. llic Jieavy rains throughout the dis trlct and lo the cast of Vulcan are and wIH bo of Inestimable benefit t the crops, Mrs. Lebau of Claresaolm fs spend g a few with 5Ir. and Mrs. T. Lobau. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. RichardFon ar- Ived home on Thursda> evening from 'oronto, where they bad been attend- ng the General Assembly. H. C'olHns' re3idencc on Appollo St s nearing completion. Nartton hoya came over In several nolors on Thursday for tho return game of football The game had only commenced, however, when (he severe elorra broke and both teams and aj atora beat a hasty retreat towards shelter. Mrs Ken dry mowd Into ber new ionic last weelr, A large addition is beln? added to ,hc U. C. restaurant on Vulcan St, Mr. and Mrs. J. A, Lindsay entertain- ed a few quests nt the dinner hour on Thursday In honor of tbe anniversary of their wedding. Vulcan baseball learn went to Brant on the 20th and succeeded in Calgary, 'June a mcetiagof tlie city council last nlghl expert ac- nlantsj Macintosh and Hyder sub- mitted a report which created a sensa- tion m civic circles. The bookkeeping system was declared to be antiquat- ed. The. lack of a guiding hand in civic affairs uas "eudetit. They found a drficit, in waterworks depart- ment of anii ihe street rail- way has rot paid nearly so well as repotted. The treasurer's report comes in for sc> ere criticism, the methods bclr.r; very amateurish. Sonie serious irre- gularities were exposed, deliberate, the auditors iay, whereby the city was cheated out, ol money. I in Rilriilion to charges not being properly assigned, it was found lhat i tlie ratepayers have bttn assesstd (or [interest charges which should hava [been made against earnings. TUc re- jnort has been referred to i special I coinmtttce. tbe game there. The score was Prank HUea spent the weekend in Caylcy. Ucv. and M D. K. Allen arrived from the east on Monday nlglit. A young man named Gllleit fi'jffcr- Ing from einaUpox, called on Dr. Leitcb, of SI. Ttomfta, and wlien tba physician went to tbe phone to cali iup tbe authorities, he disappeared. f.. FINE TO MATCH BUTTER Saskatoon, June 't Early Fruit Co. was convicted of selling butler unfit for hn- man consumption In Ibe poltce this morning, fltid rined J20.CO and rests. The City So- llcltcr the masislrrtle to intllri, n penalty as strong as (tig butler wai" f Scene From The Girl at the Majestic Friday and Saturday Next ;