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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Siiinnluy, TI1K LKTIIBimKJi: DAILY lll'.HAU) 1'age 7 iMARKETS LOCAL PRICES md Provlllonj IVIces >ill No No. NIL Sii. No. No Su. 1 Northern Nur.ll.-in Kid llfd Su. J I'.i-d Xo 4 lltd No 5 ItrJ No _' .Mfulti. vfcr toa No. 1 Him iolnt............... Produce pricej to Strawberries, ff 21 Tomitoct, crsto..... liuttrr, Ib..................... 18 69 Jl W 1701 330 OWING TO PUNK WEATHER HOW EVER, EXPECTATIONS FELL FAR SHORT There's Class To a Girl Like You a Brings Together Best Athletes of Entiy List Large Fal'inliy, Jane HI. Jjne Jm.o 23 Juni- 21 Jur.t J Ij'jrtdd.v, June 2'J KridaS, Jui.t 27 MS? W7 7ZJ5 SJOS 11C27 SATURDAYS GRAIN PRICES Drt Dcv. (Hi June 28. The prufS todiv wctc Opfn Close i Kwiy cilUen ol Lethbridgo sLouiJ boost lor the Dominion Iia> lelebra- tion on 'Ihe program 15 as Ijrge as it is varied, and it old 1'iols does his part, tbe lisitors at tbc tt- rjblllon grounds mil bfc socic real ilassv sport. The evcnU include rac- arid contests for womrr. and and SCOO in piues be 97J the C. t. %un govern, and all events 51! 'li ujll be strictly amateur. The file mile '.an will taVe place in 35i 351 tie uiorcicg at 10 o'clock, the itart to Le made at some point in the down-town probably the Herald office. Announcement be i.ict 1 31i I 22S 1.201 1 21 Minr.capolis Chicago n 95 Jjl; Aiiliojuii tU oticut liilwiy oulriuli O'Jl jiblc-rJaj to break the record of dall) lubtcngera um'le tljring fwijtiaa, Is 14.000, they fell short b> .lightly over 20M. fit :sure5 'or the i-ast ivcclc arc eh en i-. Ytbterdaj'a total v.aa Le large-si dav's clone ar this vc-ar. The total for the a little less than 50.000 or f daily. Tl.e arrangements with tbe snitches were verv complete, and the nianajc-meat was coajillmenleJ on every hand for the facility with which Ihe crowd and every daj was handled. On Tuesday, July HI. the same ser vice will be In use to handle th crow-Is to the Dominion DJV sport at the grounds. Only six cars are bclnj used on Ihe Cash Prices So No 1 Xor.......... Nor......... 3 Nor......... No. 4 No. 5 No. 0 Feed Oats- Nu. 2 C. No. 3 C. r.x. No. Feed No 1 Fwl No. 2 Kcsd ilarley- No 3 No. 4 Rejected Feed No. 1 N. C. LIVERPOOL. STOCK MARKET Liverpool, Juno Rosers Co.. Livcrpcol, report today that the nirkenhead marXtt was slightly down on last catllo now making 1411 to 15 cents per pound. made on Monday definitely as to the start ana finish. The five mile run will see at least three contestants, namelj A. Moss, the Taber traik, a representative ot ilaymond, and L. Tooiiibs, ol I.ethuridRe. Entries are filling up fast, and by tonight will all he lu. Tlie admission to the grounds in- cludes grand stand seats, and is only twenty-fire cents. The spoils commence at 2 o'clock in the alter- noon. Towns in the district will; com- pete, Raymond, ilajrath, Crannrook, Warnei and Taber being already rep- resented in the entries. There will be keen rivalry in every event, and the spectators are promised the worth o their money. At a meeting ot the Citizens' Com mlttee, in charge ot the event last night in the Y.M.C.A., the officials were appointed and arc as follows Heleice, F. A. 'Maiwell; starle Villiam Stevens inspector, Jac' Eddy; judge of tug-of-war, 'J. 17} Wood judges al finish, J. N'el 461 son. Gage Shannon, George 13 Cliitliolm field judges, J. W. Wood, 13 f. B. Koss, C. Till, Itaworlh time- keepers, W. J. Armstrong, A. 11. Stafford, Kvvart and Wright clerk ot tbe course, Alex Johnson as- sistant clerks, V. R Uilmore, Mc- Gouukic; scorer, Filmcr an- nouncer. D. 11. Elton. red line today. On the hell and blue Hues the regular etrvlcc has been re- SAID HE WAS DEPORTED FROM CANADA AFTER HI8 FEET WERE FROZEN "OLKWATKA" ON MON'JAY AND TURt- DAY AT FRECKLES n- L? Lad loit bom fee! a'.'l It, a An o'.'i n art thtn into the wi'.ctEs boi, oc.e !of a had to ?0 mall, lie roztn 10 ikati. ccncia'iefj tbe! ilnees. and jUer an elgbly-ia o'jrnf} to brjih h's The J..-y Icjnd Ib" pr'soner ordertd detention. 001 02} Of! 931 97 SI 85 J S3j 76 71 GO 35 321 33} 32 ONE YEAR OPF 100 Vancouver, June Eliza cth Dehreck, of New Westminster, eltliratrd her 8Mb. birthday today. She was born in New Brunswick, and ame to British Columbia 51 yearB ago. She has 87 living descendants. HEAT CLOSE TO CENTURY MARK June suf- fering was eicsrienced bere today, when. with marked humidity, the tern, pcrature crawled close to the 100' mirk on the street level. Three pros- (rations World's greatest lady diver with the water circus at the Kline SSIOY.E, Ex- hlbitlon Grounds tonight Miss Josephine Hi-n-.ics, ot Shccps- head Bay, New York, 13 the all-round champion woman and diver of America. She holds tr.e world's re- cord for tho 100-vard sprint, having made It in 62 seconds. She swam from the 21th street pier in New York Clly to Coney Island, a distance of 17 mllea in five hours. Miss Fleming ha needed to completely tlear ibe and gain a beautiful clear completion. Be sure to ask for the double strength o'.blne aa Is sold under guarantee of money back It H falis remove freckles. FLUID FOLLOWED TELEPHONE WIRE THROUGH WINDOW AND STRUCK THE BOY N" V June Parks, the son of Erastus I'arts. of KcBirick, was struck and in Inantly killed by lightnine curing itrriflc eleclriizl elorin list etenl' WOOL AUCTIONS IN LONDON Ixradon, June fourth eerles of the 1913 wool auction sales will be opened next Tuesday, and the closing ia scheduled tor July IS next week; bales will bo offered. CAN'T EXTRADITE THE EBONY KING BASEBALL UBIES National June ieiieral co'crnmcnl is considering quick mea- sures to have Canada deport Jack- Johnson, under a year's sentence of violation of the v.Mtc slave- law. Officials oi the department ol jus- tice loday befian an investigation ol the negro's presence in Montreal and IMVC particular attention to the statement oi Chillies F. special at Chicago, that al- Ihnugli the oficnse of Johnaon was convicted is not extraditable it is llic custom o! ihe Canadian immi- gration authorities to alien convicted of crime. omcnls confirmed Mr. Dtwoody s statement that She oilcnsc is not ex traditable and pointed out that when the case was before the supreme court on the question of hail the gov- ernment's attorney ilrclarcd that i Johnst-n escaped to Canada be co'jl: not he extradited. 'Ilie department of justice cotnmun Icatcil with Chicago by wire to as cerfain nil the conditions of ttic nc gro's bnil and the circumstances o his absence from the country. TWENTY MEN ON THE CANADIAN B1SLEY TEAM Montreal, June teams which will represent Cnnada at the great shoot at Bisley, sailed for Eng- land Friday morning on the Allan lin- er Tunisian, In charge of Col. J. Duff Stewarl. The headquarters of the cam In this city were at St. Lawrence lall, where Bisley teams have stopped ero for many years. r The team, which numbers twenty men, was Inspected at tho Craig St- drlll hall ThurEdaj by LIoul. Col. 'ages, of the Montronl district of the H.'A., Meut. Col. Sherwood of 01, chief executive committee 01 C. R. A., LleuL-Col. Wilson, vlce-presi dent of tbe Quebec section of tho D H. Harrison aud Cam Graham A. Bell. Philadelphia New York Brooklyn Chicago Pitlsburg St. l.oms Boston Cincinnati Do it (or Lethbridge SMOKE "MI PERLA" AND "LA DELL A" CIGARS. UNION MADE. Al all first class Hotels and Cigar stands American L 38 20 37 25 33 25 3a 31 27 33 26 37 25 36 24 33 .655 .611 .56 uestloned her supremacy. A race rranged with Kelle-rmsn was ailed off at the last rr.oment by the amous vaudeville slat's manager. After completlr.g a successful Ille engagement. Miss Fleming naa ngaged to manase the Walter K_ Slb- ey's iDternatlonal Lady Champion Swimmers and Divtrs Company a loupe of divers ten dif- er'ent nations, who arc touring Ca- nada and tbe.United States with tbe Shows. Miss Homing bas vron the admira- tion ol all who have ;een her eshi- tition of the different swimming strokes In the huge out-door tank at lie Fair, where she will be seen for the liift time tonight befwe leaving for the Fair. .41 .41 .38 Cassvllle, Wis., June Four per- sons were drowned four miles up Ibc Mississippi riier from here on Fri day afternoon, she'., the boat in which three of n-ere rowing, capslied. The deid are: Myrtlo Judd, Si years old; lilts Nori Edwards, is years old; Helen IS old, and Dr. R. A. Kinney, 30 years old. The sir'8 were rowing in the river when the boat puddenly tipped, throw- ing them all Into the water. They screamed, and Dr. who was sitting on the bank watching them with his swam to ibcir assist ance. The girls grasped him, and he oul by the window. His father wa .nocked cff bis chair by tbe thock ind recelied a bad shaking up. was unable to bear up under thei great weight. All four sank together while -Mrs. Klnaey watched them. Ing ie was filling on a lounge at an open Tendon. June This morning1! session of the Canadian Medical as- sociation, was taken up with a clinic on the subject of arthritis. Tha ARREST IN BILODEAU CASE Shtrbiooke, Que., June a charge of haling caused tbe death of Mrs. Alphonse 0. Bilodea-j by send- an Infernal machine through the malls. L A. Dufresne, civil engineer of the city, was loday arrested on a warrant sworu out by Kenneth P. Mc- Caskell, chief of the Provincial de tective department. W. L. P.O. hiladelphia Icveland hicago 3? oston -'3 35 Detroit 27 ear. 'It was decided hat the nest meeting place would be it. John, K.B. The convention con- cluded this adtrncon. g_ --ITJ A CALGARY PIONEER June B. Eshle- man, for 2S years a resident ot this city and prior to that time of Winni- peg, died very suddenly this morning of heart failure. Deceased was 66 years of age end was bora at Berlin, Ont. He came west In tbe early sev-' tnties and settled at Winnipeg, com- ing on 10 Caleory In ]885. He trav- elled "Western Canada and ivas widely known. Ho Is survived by a widow and two daughters, Sirs. J. B. Paterson of Calgary, and Mrs. P.. Dick of Vancouver. He was a Baptist in religion and an ardent Lib. cral. GOVERNMENT SAID TO BE SAT. ISFIED WITH RESULTS- OFFENCES HAVE DE- CREASED j. I.o-don, June Daily Mai states that the goi eminent is Fer- lectly satisfied with the efficiency of tbe bill recently passed dealing with suEragc hunger strikers, by means ol a temporary discharge. Tiie number oi offense by militants and tie number of hunger strikers both diminished. ot those released under the act haie escaped, hut in each case it is established that the lett the country. locliester Jufialo ,'rovider.ce llaltimore Internationa! 44 23 41 28 36 33 33 31 33 35 28 35 Montreal 2S 35 Toronto.................. 25 41 .360 .290 .657 594 .522 .485 .478 .444 .426 .378 Association Milwaukee 13 Columbus 38 Louisville 35 Kansas City 35 St. Paul 32 Minneapolis 33 Indianapolis 26 38 I Toledo 28 43 Mr. V. H. Falrfield, superintendent of the experimental farm and a direct- or of the exhibition, was the victim ot a last nighl, which lett him minus drivlnn torse. With Mm. Falrtleld he left tlio grounds about 10 o'clock and in driylng along between Iho stables and Ihe railway track, be drove against a hjdrant, tho axle coming sciuarely In contact with tbe obstacle. It pitch dark and ab- solutely Impossible to see the hydrant. When the felt the jolt he made a dush for liberty leaving harness, buggy and occupants behind. The horse was a small one. and bay in col- or. It headed for the north gale. If any one happens to see it, Mr. Falr- field would appreciate the courtesy of S15 being Informed. Just before. Mr. Fair- field came to grief, a team ran Into tho hydrant, tho role of tlie wagon being broken. It is perhaps necessary .406 .A have this hydrant there, but an are .100'' Is Going TO Be The Most Popular Cigar In Alberta BECAUSE it is nude expressly for men like YOU. Men who appreciate the sweet, mellow flavor of ice Cuban tobacco. Men who like a good looking Men who smoke a J. IRUCE PAYNE UMtTEB 6 CfcANBV, P.O. choice _ generous siicd cigar, great deal and want a Hglit, mild cigar. "Plor de Claro" meets each of these requirements. Its -fascinating tnstc its delightful and mildness have jiiadc "Flor de Claro" a cigar that pleases the popular taste; Just try one and see. Money In Tbe Ash Wnlch (he tjli la ixa 1-naVe 1 frtor de Clato'. Yr-t nay Bn-i nn Ug In the tto.' If ro-j