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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY IIEKALD ncsday, June ALL THE LOOAL AND WORLD'S fO REMOIT EVENTS fBASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES CALUES MADE GOOD IN THEIR JTGHTING CHANGE Had to Win Last Night or Concede the City Football Championship Oul of Their Reach This Season Heat was Terrific Callies'2 goals; Sons of England goal. iThts was result tie clt league.fixture at Athletic Park las evening between the above teams b' tore a croud of over two hundred so partiality for the Sitors caused this> as some of the pectators: remarked, for 'on wo occasions Hillcrest had ho cause grumble at his decisions Ihe line up follows BFLLt-VUE-tranl, Tom Bradley b Dugdale and Dugdalc half acks iUjnor, and Miller ards A Vailej Ike Marsh Var- ey, and ljutton HILI GR'EST-Goal I isher Incks Adlam Bardsley haU- acks. John Pei-rJe Torster and Wat )n forwards I en Adlam 1 nowlesl -Rochester, Grimshawr and hesterfield. Mclntosh Makes Offer Las M Tune 2j clntosh, the promoter, being'awarned first prize in Class 10 has Iack JollllS011 aml sixteen hands Alfred C. Vamierbilt's Hamlet and Heitc? were placed second Flanagan Says the Champion is All Right East Las Vegas, N.M., 'I feel confident, that I June 25 have ,scen enough oi Jack .Johnson in notion to issue the statement that he is still as good as he ever was. Johnson is not under-rating Flynn, whom he meets July 4. He is too clover and too crafty to ever step into the ring for of harness horses" exceeding OGfl far a bout to bo fought in Australia vulhjn the jtar It is supposed Johnson s prospective in tigomst is Sim I angford though tho mmc of tint colored fighter is not offers to post a foitcit of as a guarantee of good faith John-son has not jet dc cidcd 'whether he. will accept. without preparing faithfully. .John- son s, weight is stationary nt 217 pounds. Where originally I counted upon putting him into weighing 215 pounds I npw anticipate-.having him 'at the .212 poutfn1 notch, that is about ten pounds more than he weighed when he fought Jeffries in Reno. Johnson hai. simply put on some ex- Ira l-cef in the last two years H is not because he is''fatter' than he was in Ruio ifc is simply buiubi- Ihe LX tra weight belongs to him. John- son's suits me, nnd I am confident he in the best condition possible for the (Signed) Ton. JPlanagan. "AFTER YOU" (as the polite said) [have smoked An Elite Special Icignr, we're sure lyou'll smoke no 'other. 'Tis the best on the _______ market for money. Made" from selected stock, by' skilled hands.' Unequalled In fla- vor and quality. The Elite Special Is the 3 for 25c cigar par excellence. Can' beat ELITE CIGAR STORE PHONE 1313 MARKETS qii LETHBRIDGE MARKETS. 1 cliaiigc't; nro in cviiieiico in the ic'tnlions on today's local market. Tins liot; spell ia causing the lo cxerciso caution in buy- ing. Daimnas arc lioing sold rapidly vvinp; to the excessive) temperature is ripening them fast. CJreeui vngctjibles are not over plentiful at prose No. 1 Northern JO. NO. 2 Nortliern No. '.Nortbern o. 4 1.45 to 2.00 28.00 to 35.00 03 0.813 0.81 No. 5 i.........'........... 0.55 No. G M2 No. 1 ,8-lberta Rod........ 0.81 No. '2 Red........ 0.80 No. a Red No. 4 .aibertn Red O.C9 No. 5 AllboTta Red No. fi Alberta Red ..........0.42 i-Ji-cn, pet- 21.00: Shorts, ton 23.00 Oats, pei-'ton, sacked 28.00: Rolled 2U.OO Vegetabki.'! Potatoes, c'wt. Potatoes. Upor ton Beets pei It' Carrots, Ib. Turnips, por Ib....... Cabbage, p'pr Ib. Parsnips Onions, pei' Ib. Butter and L.Hggs; Dairy butteir M Creamery b'fl tter. Bsgs, fresh lattle on Hoof: Steers, per pfi'und Cows, per Cows, dressa per pound Steers, dress-S1, per pound iheep Me per cwt Dressed 'oultry; !eese, live TurKeys u. >id........T- Chickens Fow] Ducks Hoot Dressed, per Ib. t.. Live, per cwt. Hay Cultivate hay i'ps bulk Hides: Green, per Ib. .tired r Sheep pelt, each Lamb skins ..i. Shearlings 1 Horsti hides, gneea torse hides, dry 0.04 03t O.OB 0.26 0.33 0.25 0.05H. O.U 0.1" 6.00 11.00 OH 0.33 015 oia 0.1S 0.08 16.00 0 08 to 0 0.09 to 0.10 to 0.15 to 0.75 2S to '40 20 to .30 1.00. to 2.00 100 to WINNIPEG Ci-RJUN MABKETS Winnipeg, Man., June 26 uarlicts open and dose today July Ocl 4. Julj v Oc( 4. 1 Feed Juli, Flax- July 1.09 891 38f -Whead were 1 99J 81-3 13-1 1.98 1.97 Cash 'o.'l-Nor. b. 2 Nor. o 3 5 Nor. "eed Io 3 ro 4 {ejected {ejected uly _ 'ept. i. ill) ept. Minneapolis C hicago 1.10} 103T 1 Ob 107jt 105J! 1.06 Ji 1.05V l.OOJ 7.8 st; 58 SB IS 4? 1.83 1.09J 104, 1.07 1 ODi V1AY ICE SKATE IN RUMMER TIME Montreal, Juno 'A plan is on oot to pJt an aitlllclal ice plant in lont'real arena, or, rather, to: attach ne to tliat homsjof hockey New York experts are now working n the plan and tiie only thing which ccording to the directors of -the Mon real rink .can prevent a' on which Is ardently deBiied is mt the figuring of New Yoik .ports should prove to be a little Igh I If tho plans aie cairlod out opera ons on the new plant will commence i July, so: that, they can have Ico in ovember. This will "not only ennblfi them-to xtend Die" hockey will, but have skating nil summer if neces- and will take the nails out of ie' much discussed plans for a new ockey arena Polios in? an intcnicw h> R C Ihssino council votrd to sub ribo fl.OOOjlo tlto fund :to support- 10 liissauo Icim which is been responsible toi a good ileil ;