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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Marc^ili 8, 1013 THE tETBfBBTDGE D A TLY H EK A T.B THE LETHBllIDGE MARKETS No chaiiBe in the itiarket is reported from jesteriiuy. Local wholcsal-. crs have inquired into the .rumored shortage of potatoes in Saslcatolio-wan and Manitoba, but no word has yet been received. Tlwrc are plenty of ofJerings here. , Grain and Provisions No. 1 Northern....,........................ 8^ No. 2 Northern.................:.......... No. 3 Northern...............t...........  "80 No. i Northern.......................... 54 No. 5 Northern......................... '19 No. (> Northern ......................'13 No. 1 Red ................................. 6B No. 2 Red .......,......................... . fi3 No. 9 Red �................................. Sii No. i Red ...................:............. 54 Per ton Bran.....................................,.$1.0.00 SliortH.......................................,21.00 Oats .............,.,.....,....................20'0O Rolled Oatii..................:......... 21.00 Prices Paid Farmers Poultry- . Chicltens, dressed......................18 Chickens, live ...................... -15 Turltey.s, dressed.................-.....22 Turlceys, live. .............................20 Gejese, live .........j.;.....................16 Bucks, live...........................-10 Eggs.....................................:......30 Hutter, dairy.............................25 Butter, creamrary......................32 Live Stock-Hogs, live..............................07 .V Hogs, dressed ............................10 Mutton, live.............................. .03 Mutton, dressed........................11 Cattle- , Steers, live............................... .07 Steers, dressed ......................... " .13 Cows, live................................4 .06 Cows, dressed ,......................... .11 Produce- (Potatoes.................................... 13.00 Cabbage.....................................01J Dnion.s........................................02 Carrots..................................-03 n^'urnlps..............................01.i Beets and parsnips are off the market. ' _ *__ SATURDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS 'WinnipGg, March 8.-^The grain markets today were; . Wheat:-. - ' Open Close May.............. 58 87% Juljr ... ............. 89% 89% October ____........... 85% Oats: May ... ... .......... 35 34% July .... ... ... 36 35% Flax: May ... .........110% 11014 July..................111% mVa Cash Prices, Wheat : Close No, 1. Northern ------.......... 85% No. 2. Northern ........:......' 82% No.i 3.,>N.pryierii ..,>...,-----.... 7,9% Nd.- 4.........................7r.i^ No. 5.......................... 70% No.; 6........................ (MM Feed....................... 50 Winter Wheat: No. 1......................... 8B^ No.2....i................... 88% No. 3.................83% No. i: .....-----.............. 76% Oats: No. 2. C. W. ...............32^4 No. 3. G. W................... Extra No. 1. Feed\........... 30% No. 1. Feed............... No. 2. Feed .....'.i -25^6 Barley; , N,o. 3. ............... 46'A No. 4. ........ .............. 45 Plax; No. 1. N. W. C...........1.07%. IRELAND'S VICTORY AHER THIRTY-ONE YEARS In International Soccer Match at Belfast England Was > Beaten by Two Goals to One liverpool cattle prices Liverpool, March 8.-John Rogers & Co., cable that supplies of cattle were shoi-t at Birkenh'ead today, and trade firm, prices shpwlng a further advance 14 to 15%';: cents-per pound for Irish steers. fought good battle "Kid" Lucas and ."Young" Maxwell ; Mix at the H,at^Maxwell Won Medicine Hat, March S.-After fit-teen rounds oi; the cleanest fighting ever seenln ' the city "yodng" Maxwell got the ' decision over "Kid" Lucas, the flgiiting' fireman, at" the opera house last night; 'i'he^ opinion generally expressed among the spectators of the. bout, w�?.; tli^t . there had not evei' been n cleaner and closer miU-staeed'here. � � "In the International -association game at Belfast on Saturday, Ireland beat England by t\vo.goals to one." ' \ � How nrany of the football fans ot the city read tliat paragraph in the Herald a couple of Saturdays ago, and concluded it must-have been a telegraphic error, or .sbnicthing oi that sort? I confess that , I did, writes "Stavordale." The idea of the dlstres.sful country's soccer representatives getting the better o� the ball went away ainywhere, anyhow. �" Ajid for pace Ireland had it. They were the faster teatn ; the players rose to a great occasion ; each man did the work of a giant and,a half; and,they literally pulltd the game but of the fire. "It .was the more remarkable-, ttoo, because Ireland lost the services' of McAuley, their inside- left, after half an hour. That was England's >undo-ing, for after the .accident-the .ten men.-were fired to the doughtiest deeds. It was a forlorn-hope;- a.ttd, like many other pages in .tbe history ot the race,- - it was a- successful ->one. "We all thought, .and the .English selectors nrade no sficret of their..:be-licf, before.the..inatch, tha;l;.tha'rF.v.'A. had got together >the. best side that England had placed in. the field for j years, at any rate, since the split: 'The combination of ^'uggy, Mordue and BucTian oii the right wing was going to be paraly.sing ; the otlicr players were all top of their class, li, was a sound team all over, an'l brilliant in parts. IRELAND'S GRK.\T PACK "But it did not nick in ; there was no combination !)etwpcn the halt ! backs and forwards ; and the backs, goor,' all the time,- were every now and then rushed by thi' spasmodic, j typical bursts of the four Irish forwards. It is just a moot point whc-I ther the fact that' there were only ;four of thcSL forwiirds did not prove 'an advantage. 'I'hoy, had to pass longer and wider. They sent the ball from wing to wing and pelted after it like men possessed, and these fierce I assaults took a lot of stoppin;.;. "The Irish goal, brilliant as .it was defended, at times bore a charmed life. In the last few minutes the crowd, (inable to contain themselves, climbed over the railings, and stood in 'dense masses around the touch-lines. Then on the stroke of time 'someone blew a whistle, and tlie referee had to blow his, for in il second it seemed that the whole arena was a cheering, .hysterical crowd. "The Irish players were carried shoulder high into the pavilion, and it was a long time before people in the stands could begin to think of getting out of the ground. ."Some of the crowd turned up to see the English plaiyers oR on the cross-Channel steamer, and alternately cheered and blarneyed them to their hearts' content. When an Irish crowd is iii good humour they can fire off as many witticisms in the ! space of a few minutes as it. would take ,ah English crowd, on a,similar errand,, a' w.hole season to think oJ. "I must confess to sitting in those :Iast exciting moments of the game, hoping Kngiand would not get the eqilaiising goal. It was hard luck tor the players wh6 were making their first ^appearance, for their country ; but it was a great thing''tor Ireland, who had longed and hoped for 4our generatioiis of players ;for sucli a hap-py-xe'siiit. The Irish players them-selve.s later on in the evening were delighted when a. telegram from ' the English association congratulating them on their. splendid victory .was :read to - them- ,, ' ', , ' .';"The attendance was 17,0,00 and-the gate receipts �1,108." . ,. 'J,'../ v,',:;>:,',.. ,-r:STiV0RDALE.v.:.; USE THE Win S s m SHOT-PUT, DISCUS AND JAVELIN THROWING TO BE CHANGED AT NEXT OLYMPIAD llerlinj March ' 7. - 'llip, Ccrman 'Olympic authorities who arc in charge ot tlie arrangements [or the next Olympic games in liUii liave decided, subject , to- the coiilirnnition oi the, International commitlee l, clin?-inate from the Berlin pioi^ram the shot putting and discus and javelin throwing with both hands and to rc-I turn to the old mcUiod by which the compeHtor was allowed to use his best hand. This decision is expected lo have a � mqst important, clTcct nn the .\nieri-ean competitors, who, iiiilikn tlie Scandinavians and Finns, do not follow the ambidextrous rule at liome. The German authorities believe that the principle of symmetrical development is physiologically incorrect and th.it'one arm development is natural. Standing jumps also have been , eliminaiteri, while army olliccrs have ' taken charge of the organization of . the shooting and the modern pentha-' Ion. LUTHER SHOWS NICE SPEED heavyweight:chaivipion boxes four-round exhibition at chicago gym Chicago, iVIareh 6.-Luther McCat-t.v, heavywcighi; champion, yesterday gave local fight'fans an exhibition of his boxing ability by sparring four rounds with Al Norton, ot Los Angeles at Nate Lewis' gymnasium. It was the first time IVIcCarty had donned a glove in'Chicago since he won the heavyweight title.. McCarty stepped around the ring with the speed and agility, ot a middleweight. His left hand alwaiys was in evidence, and he crossed the' right cleverly on several, occasaons, . MpCarty has au ..aji'kward pose and it looked as if'.hQv loft himself, too open, but he managgd to cover up wJien-Glosely/pr^e^, His hitting power wais shownJtijnj^eyeral occasions, when he^rpgK^d, the head ot his opponent, and,lis- MoCarty had cared to follow uR-f; adyaptage Interesting Facts Concerning the Building of the Russell-Knight " 28 " B.ick of tlie fact that the Russell organization is the largest ot its kind in Canada-and that the Russell-Knight ":i8" lias been designed and manufactured complote in our own factory, one must take into consideration that it is an entirely new car. While tradition and experience have had voice in its construction, old practice was not allowed to prejudice new ideas. Every device and feature was considered solely upon ita merits, and then designed to give it a peculiar fltnes for incorporation in this model. As sole Canadian licensees for the Knight Engine, we were able to draw Up6n'the combined ^engineering knowledge ot all other licenses ofthig engine. .Mr. C. y. Knight, the inventor, personally superintended the final development in his engine In this car, and since it is the latest and most perfect model, It may be truthfully be said that the 1913 RussellKnight is the latest production of a commiteo of the world's foremost automobile engineers. For Mr. Knight and his consulting engineers have access to the plants of all the ISuropean and United States liceusens of. his engine. The significance of this to the man who buys "28" lies In the fact that he will own a car that Is so far advanced in construction, design, and equipment, that it will be standard for years to come. Wen who demand the best in 'everything should not fail to investigate the Russell-Knight "28" before buying their 191,'? car. A fuily descriptive catalogue will be mailed or a demonstration arranged upon request to the nearest Branch or Agent. Russell-Knight "28" Touring Model $3250 Russell-Knight "28" Roadster Model - $3200 Russell-Knight Seven Passenger  � $350C F. O. B. West Toronto RUSSELL MOTOR CAR COMPANY, LIMITED, CALGARY, ALBERTA. Head Office and Factory: West Toronto, Ont.. BRANCHES AT: Toronto, Hamilton, Montreal, Winnipeg, Calgary, Vancouver and Melbourne, Australia. TODAY'S-'QAMES �-I � London,. March S.-^TBeftfur'th round of the English Assdciation'Football Cup was pla'yed.'toda^',' and' resulted as follows: '� Sunderland, 'O'.'T^fewcastle Uhit'ed, 0. A-ston Villa, 5; Bradford' S.' Oldham Athletic, l; Bverton,, 0. Burnley, 1; Blackburn Rovers, o. Scottish Cup Games , Celtic, 0; Hearts of Midlothian, l;v Dundee, 0; Clydei 0, * Falkirk, 1; Dumbarton, 0., Raith- Rovers, 2; St; Mlrren;. 1......, DR. HA.RVEY R0B8 " A tiiree year?' pohtfact.for a church organist is ao unusual that Mr. Har-w>il^.be .kept busy from now until the night of the battle lining up the amateurs' tor'^thfe 'three separate class mills" that will be pulled off. Some good talent Is coming forward for these bouts.. " Foley and Ensign''are 'said to' be in excellent shape and both will be out to put VP the fight of their careers Wednesday night. Doherty looks for a bumper house. Norton would' have gone to the canvas. . McCarty arrived yesterday morning from Clay, Center, Kas., where he spent a week with relatives. The champion and his manager, Bilh'' Mc-Carncy, left last night ior Younjs-i town, O.,^ where MoCarty will jom. the all-star, boxing troupe which opens in the Buckeyfr city tonight. The fighter and his' iriahager asserted there �was nothing new in the way o! matches and that there won't be until, Mccarty's 'theatrical engagement is' efided. '' � ' ' ' '. ^ The all-star touring aggregation 'will include .lolinny Coulon, Johnny Kilbane, Jimijly Clabhy, and McCarty- ^. �I Clabby blew in _from Hammond to sign a contract to appear lor a week with the. boxing show until McGoor-ty can join the party. Clabby also bro' f;ht the news that the next boxing show in Ilammonrt will be held on Marcli 27, with either George Chip ' oi Pittsburgh or Tim O'Niel of Irondale as Clabby's opponent in the main bout. CRICKE7 CLUB WANT CONCRETE PITCH INSTALLED (fc. ." - , � - Will' Ask Parks Committee tb Have One Put In at Henderson Park- The Lethbridge Cricket club will meet next. Wednesday for the purpose of electing officers for the ensuing season. - Any. cricketers interested are welcome. The club intends approaching the council In the near future, for the purpose of having a cement pjtoh'installed at Henderson park.-. The regulation pitch Is 22 x-6'feet,' and eight inches � in thickness, and Is covered with matting, � NOTICES Curling Club Executive A meeting of the,: executive-of the local eurling club- has 'been- called- for Monday evening at 8 o'clock in Froe-man-Macleod Co.'a oillce. 'Business ot the season will be cleared'up. ' ' R08S WILL TAKE HIS TEAM OF STARS WEST Not Taking Threat of N, H.A'. Seriously In Ban Placed upon � Players - �� �9 mm*i' In Cash Given To Smokers In Alberta Of Xvery Ciaar Smoker ^ ^ in Alberta '.Mil^ff - No strings tied to this offer. No coupons to save. No letters to write. No postage stamps to be sent "to pay for cost of mailing". Every penny of this $i,ooo goes to the men* of ALBERTA who buy and smokev^Florjc's Claro", the loc. cigar with "that fascinating flavor." ITS ADVERTISING-- PURE AND SIMPLE ' This$i,ocK)hasiibthingwhatever ' to dp with the quality of '"iflor de Claro" cigars. The company appropriated it for, advertising-to create a |pbd-will-and to miiie that good-will profitable, Instead pf^spfendlng 5^j;iQOo4n,penGiIs, ash-trays, thermometers, or other' ;|;inky'.' the whole $i,ooo iticash tothe'men 'of-AlbeftV who Smoke our cigars. ^' .vV ^', WHY WE DO THIS We want quick!action./\ve were sc busy making apedalbran4s,ito, suit a definite, class of smokers, thalt we rather So we experimented v/ith Cuban tobacco to get a clear Havana cigar that would be %/orf a good smoke. Don't buy th'e cigars on the chance that you will get $25,00 for loc. or even 25c; for loc. Buy them.Secause  they are just the cigar? that �yv)iiV,8mt your taste. Let the taste tell. ,, � lu .the'^'FIbr de-CIatd''-', yotl' gfiVthe rich tropical flavor oftfine Havana tobaccoT-thoroughly sweet and nlild and mellow-^blended by a method distiactlyi our' own; HZRE'S THE IDEA In some of these cigars, we have placed aluminum tags. Some tags are -vVorth 25c; and sobie are worth $25.00.. in every box, is'at kust one cigar containing a 25c. tig. In a few boxes, are cigars'conta'i'niug the $25.00 tags. It is impossible fbr any one -to tell from their appearance which cigars contain the aluminum tags. These tags . have no effect on'the tobacco and^ you'll never know there is one in the cigat until you see sit as the ash drops off. ANY DEALER WILL CASH THE?E TAGS When you get a tag for 25c. or $25.00 in a "Flor de , Glaro" Cigar, any dealer, in the0/Alberta will, cash it for you. We have made all arrangements with the retail dealers and these tags will be honored wherever j presented. �mi A Word To Dealers �'. Thto' is onl^ 'one oti'a �eries.of..�dverti�eineats thint will appcar'ia this'paper,,teUinK^our quslomers about "Flor de Claro" Clgars-aad'-ottr gift ot f liooo^d'cash to AlbertRstnokers. We'are also putting out bigr,#�'trilcjiie,. attractive posters that every smoker see and rea4. ^ ,. 'We have d9^e put part, in giving yon a cJcsr t^^at apprr's to an intellipient man Trli^o kno.ws a giibd cigar when he jsmokes it--in advertising itbothbypostersi'ijbdinnewspapers-^andbv our generoxis free distritotion of 11,900 in cash. Will you dot yoijr part; by ajjpplying the'dflnaiid?' 'We don'.t aslc you^to load up - m�rel3i!,t6 prder 500 6r'-5.ooo, so you -nlll have-them when your'customers ask for '/Flor de Claro.", "Money . back if yott want it. ^1^^ :\Ve:^uth6^ize.yott; to:^ a^ifalutninumitaga'prc ntL I forpaymtiit.." " * ' ' J. BRUCE PAYNE lIMITED|i^.,,|j| ;