Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS I flEBBAM) JFrUluy, June 28, ini2_ ACHIEVEMENTS OF MUGSY McGRAW Manager ot the New York Gitarit. Haa Built Up Great Team New Jiue be a source, of to John' MoQriV, M It M to well wlalura of the dlanta here, ihit'his prettKt ehamplen team (e noattr ef on a bvaMlng ud de- veJopdag, Individually ud u a whale. capable manager! can de- the amootb ind pahatt machine, (iTM capable that's what tkar'Tt Hun but MoCnw, feta gnat rival Hack, hu exoep tlaoal lift at taking malarial, iWrnlng oulckly whether it" to ot po- wlLtial worth to keep then with patient iklll mining It along unttl It top notch calibre and ready to be adored Into a regular to up tie ipeed of tie taata.. H. li TWre ll "ore U MoGraWa i ability than tha infloeow at hU alltr to Iteep nil men alwaji boat, aai icon we tor nttwrriat thaufh tot- a while tkon thamgfct be hla entire rtialitatrtii He hail a toot tmi by shrewd at mater- ial ajMatr teTelaped, Wit to hM ae- thraudi new ma- terial thmck is ol nan. walM Oat by Banna, anaignia, Mayan, BhXMr, a goad have made their greatest taproTemrnt, realized baity rle wwa pretty food'-kaU player wfcen hart, but waa Mo a Shafer and klatAai the Vaaou.. tor aeTeral seWna, always 1m jumped In aai mote than Oiled tte places of those they succeeded Much, that Devoro knows about batting ha learned from McGraw, who atao taught him how to make the best me of Mi natural ipoed Chief Meyers D'evelaped Chief Meyera a lumbering and just aa ordinary catcher when he Ant JUSL a31 oryllmrj nnou YOrk, JUM cast his fortunes with MoOraw, and loMl heavyweight, with was considered something of a joke But McGraw saw beflsre The Dying Fisherman By WALT MASON Once .a nskerraan was dying in his humble, lowly cot; and the pastor rrniaro wia ajmg lu 1119 i-mj bwide him wring things that hit the spot, so that-alt hit futile terrors 'our hundred mark- Itft the dying tinner's heart, and he said "Tho lonely, but I'm ready for tho start There is just ono little matter that is fretting he sighed, "and perhaps Td better tell It ere I crow the Great Divide I have got a string of storm that I've told tram to day, stories of the fish I've captured, and the ones that jot awajr, and I that when I tell them they are apt to stretch i mile, and I when I'm wafted to thlt land that's from guile, if they'll let me tell my itailei if I try to tell them straight, ar will angeli lose their tempera then, ind chase me through the Then the paifor'aat ud pont'ered, for the question vexed him sore, never nek a wtirS conundrum iprung on Mm before Yet the courage "AFTER tho p i- Huiokodl lAn Elite Spools! Clgai1, wu'ro you'll sihoko I other. 'Tii best on tho _--------- imirlwt foi _The de- mand was slightly better Jjut quota- tions do not vary Canadian dis'tillera made fromMB tt> cents, ranchers from to IB pound WEEKLY STOCK LETTER Supplied by Rice A Winnipeg, June tor the past week Cattle, B24 calfts, 146, sheep, 1420 The cattle on -sate this mostly all but ithe.Jtant ed supplj, a good De- mand kept prices Met, gualitj and fat nere taken Into con- values Iqoked the highest of the season A few-Battle that shpn ed that they had be'cn grained on Uie glass bioiight strong but noth ing -changed'handi'at'ojer iT'centa 'The offerings of cattle todav were light, and most all of them weie ot thf plain and half fat order Cow and heifer sold from 6 to 5 75 for the pest killers, with a few bunches of fair killing steers, heiferb and. cows to b 26 Shippers must use can- tion' In buying aUthe- present time, grass cattle are coating veiy high in- the beef, and with the first liberal, supply cattle, prices are bound to take1 a big alump Springer cows are in fair demand at about steady prices, but et presenfj dairy men are well supplied iith milk and fresh cows, of common and mod' iuin quality are slow sellers We quote as follows, delivered, and watered Beit milkeis and sprmgeTS, 4500i to COCO, common to medium milkers, and springers, 2700 to 3800 extia.i choice steers and heifers, 12001HS up, li 7i to 7 00 choice butcher steers and1 heifers, 050 to 676, fair to sood but chci steers and 00 to (125, good to choice burlier cows, 560 to 6 00, medium cows and heifers, 4 75 to 5 26; 3 50 to 4 26, beet bulls, 5 00 to 5 25, common to medium bulls, 3 50 to 4 25 Tho hog market is on nn 8 50 cent for choice hogs Heavy hogs, and roughs 7 to 7 bO, stags 5 h 6 Not much change is looked for lliis week (n and the demand has been keen for choice veals, the bulk of the beat calves sell- ing 8.78 to 7 00, with the heavy and medium kind from 5 76 to 5 50 Sheep and lambs have showed un In a little more liberal numbers Val- ues havo not mnile much change Good mutton Is selling at 5 to 560, with a few extra ohoico at 6 cents. Spring lambs are jelling from per head, owing to weight and fat.