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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, May 6, 1913 THE LETHBRIEiGE DAILY HEBALD LOCAL PRICES Grains and Provlslona PrlqGB paid farmers: No. i. Northern ................74 No. 2. Northern .............. 71 No. S. Northern .............. 67 No. 4, Northern ............... fi� No. G. Northern .............. 58 No. 1. Red .................... 74 No. 2. Red.................... 71 No. 3. Red.................... 07 No. 4. Red.................... ea No. 1 Timothy, per ton......... 11.5 No. 1-Blae Joint, por ton ...... $14 AlJalta, No. 3, per ton ..........$ 9.00 Pralria ............:............................ 11.00 Bran .......................................... 1000 HhorU ....................................... 21,DQ No. ] Teed Oats ............. 22.00 Rolled Oats .............................. 33.00 Live Stock- ' Ifogs, live................................ HillcrestFootball Club Held Masquerade Ball Hogs, dressed..........................H Mutton, live .............................0� Mutton, dressed ...................., -13 Cattle-Steers, Uve .........,...-.vm....,(.....-07 Steers, dtossei...........................^3 CovfB, live ................................""i Cows, dressed ...........................11. Produce prices to retailers- California tomatoes, per crate ?.50 Cuonm'bfeTB, per dozen ........ ".LOO Green onions, per dozen buoohes ..................................75 Strawberrlee, per crate ......... 4.30 Carrots .....................................Oli rt'urnipg .........,..............i...,V.. -OIJ Parsnips..................................03* Beets.........................................03 iPotatoB� _____............,,i........13- Ai NEW P08E OF'TEDDY R008E-� VELT Outing Slioes For Everybody THE PERFECT SHOE FOR SyMMER SPORTS -ASK .YOUR DEALER. ' I Hillcrest, Alta., ]V�ay 4.-The second entertainment given by the Hill-crest Football club was held o|i Wednesday evening, April 30th, and proved to be as great a success as was the basket social given by the club late last wihier. On this occasion the clul) gnw a maaquerade ball, the committee being ot the opinion that this \TOuld show the club's appreciation of the assistance given by the ladies of the town ^ at th? time ol (he basket (social- There were some thirty couples' In costume, , which made just the right-sized crowH tor the available, dancing I space. For the first time in the his-- lory of Hillcroat a large ntimher of visitors from neighboring :towns were present. Blairmorc, Prank, Bellevue, Passhurg and Uurnils were all represented, imauy of these visitors being ip costume. Several Blairmore gentlemen, who until the end of the s3a-son will be "our friends, the enemy" in footbaU circles, attended dressed in tlieir playing suits, and the yellow and black shirts showed up well among the vari-colored dresses ot the other visitors. Before the ball openod Mr. Williaai Barnes, dressed as a clown, took possession of the (inor, and made a great hit with the 1 audience by the way in which he acted, filling the part for which he wa.s dressed to a nicety. The "Comic i'o liraman" also did some good Stunts, his attempts at keeping the clown, a coon and a gentleman dressed in the national colors In order, being ludicrous in the extreme. As two of the judges did not turn out, Mr, F. .J, Smith was asked to otriciute in this capacity, he with Mr. J, S, Quigley choosing a third judge, Mr, Thus. Taylor. It took the three of them some considerable time to arrive at suitable decisions, so many of the competitors being entitled to consideration. Their decisions awarded the first prize for the most original dress among the ladies to Mrs. \Vm. Ryan, the second prize tor the dress most .suitable for the occasion going to Miss Keil. This second prize among the ladies was advertised as being for the most comic dres.i, but as there was not a, lady present dressed as a, comic character the judges awarded the prize as above. Among the gontlemon, Mr. Sam Charlton took the prize for the most beautiful masquerade costume, and "Ketchup Charlie", the Coon, the prize tor the best comic costume. The prizes, which for a week previous had been on display in the Cooperative Store's window, consisted of the following : An ebony backed toilet set for the first Ipdies' prize ; a silver-plated fern pot for the seo" ond : a solid brass pipe rack for the first gent's and a bottle of Heinz best catsup for the most comic gent's. The masqueraders unmasked at 12.30 and a light lunch was served, alter which the floor was cleared and all joined in jthe dancing until 4.30 on May-day morning. The thanks of the club are due the Hillcrest orchestra for the classy rausio they put up, the general opinion of the bpnch being that on this occasion they supplied the best music that has been heard at any dance in this locality. Page 'i Model Xo. E. 578 Young man's 2-bulion, long soft-roll, peaked lapel. (English Sack-) Small cuff on sleeves and trousers. High-cut vest. An ideal Summer outing suit. Made up, from sofl-Tvoven, light-weight fabrics, homespuns, etc. There is on view at tlie Montreal Art Gallery this ren-i.Trkably fine example of he English ScItooI of Wopdoarving, In the form of an over-mantel piece, executed for Sir Henry Pellat, pf foronto, by the firm of H, H. Martyn 4. Company, of London, England. c wo FAVORITES pincher lANS ter' CREEK WILL SEEK MINIS-UPOM whom ALL CAN UNITE PINCHER HAS GOOD MAN BEHIND FOOTBALL TEAM Pincher Creek, May 6.-The Plnch-er Creek FootbaU Club hss been re-organized, under the maiiagement of J, H. Schofleld. It Is a matter of looal history that in every ge^ison In whljli Mr. Schofleld has managed the football team, they have cai-ried every-tljlng before them, and won all honors. Football enthusiasts 'will wel-oqrae "Jimmy" back into the game, and feel confident that success will the theirs as ot yore. . SILVER RIVAL WON TWO EVENTS HERE The Lethbridge Kennel Club desires to make an addition to' a?le record of J. E. Rannard's buU dog. Silver Rival, as It appeared in last night's issue. Silver Rival's wins at the Lethbrldge show were:, First In open dogs' und&r 45 Ihs., and second' In limit dogs, ftiid opposite sex. This-dog is now at the Wionlpeg show and is being bandied by Gaorge Kynoch. Pincher Creek, May 5.-The Forest City Oontrnctlng Co., commenced work on the balance of tho new concrete sidewalks this morning. This work was begun Inst full, but winter spt in before it could be completed. The laying of the new walk on the north side ot Main stiert will be a boon to every citizen In the town, as the old hoa.;d w.ilk i.aa b'.:tia in a deplorable condition for years ba-ik. The directors ct the Pincher Creek Memcrial Hospital have called a meeting for the afternoon of May IB, to which representatives Cvom every section of the district hav been invited, for the purpose of making final arraDgemenls In connection with their "whlrlivind campaign," which Is to be launched In June. Amcng those invited to this mcetins was 11. p. Mat;-Mlllan, ot Cowley. Secretary Ross, of tjie Hospital, received a letter from ors cf. the Agriculttriil Society, which was called for S.itiirdiiy afternoon, did not materlallzp. Tlie Inclement weather, no doubt, wn.s rcspo.Tsible tor the lack of attendance. The Pincher Creel. Inind is now a reality. The WomiiiH Institute look . thi^ matter up Boiiu' montlis ago, and PRESBYTER-! all the inEtr.niicnts sent to Toronto for repair.' �I'li'sp have now come back, and arc in fvcellcnt shape. The first practice is lo be held this evening, and Hernld leaders in this tectlon 'will wish iIiIh oia-inizatlon every success. The Women's In.mitute are holding a danco in the Oi:i ra House on Friday evening ue.vt (.May 0), for the purpose of raisin.K iLnds to c -mplete the equipment of tiic l>anc!. I'lie object is a particularly worthy one, and a good attendance is nnliciiniled. Pincher Crock orcbosrra will provide the music. Alexnnder Rehekah Dodge No, 8 are planning to hold a dance and at home Id the Opera House cn Friday evening May 23. Mention has been Inadvertently omitted of a contribution ot $2.'i.00 by A. N. Mouat towards the Pincher Creek Hosnltal. Mr. Mouat is one ot the moat, liberal supporters of this in-iititutlon. ;ind n genercus che^iup is Invariably forthcoming aa soon as 1 tho Rend i3 ap;.iirent, 12. E. Luiicaslcr, fornie'rly of the Maeleod Print .Shop, accompanied by without exorbitant price " J^VERY man aims to be well dressed-but few like to pay the price asked by the high-class cu.stom tailor. Thousands of Canadian men have found a better, and more certain, route to clothes-satisfaction, in the purchase of "Fit-rite" Tailored Clothes for men. A visit to our store some day this week will enable you to see for yourself how wonderfully the Kit-rite tailors have solved the clothes problem, in the models we're showing for Spring and Summer wear. There's a "personality" to these garments that will surely please the particular man. -We recommend an early .inspection of our range of TAilOnEO ClOmt FDRHEHi 606-3rd Avenue South, Lethbrldge, Alta, SILVER FOXES ON CANADIAN RANCH WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD Prince Edward Island ranchers have orders for 650 pairs at $10,000, but they will be unable to supply the do-mand� It is estimated that sliver foxes will be worth six and one-half millions this year. AN EXCEPTIONAL TfeX, AMT REYNARD Yfl^O KlLliS HI^ Wnr� IN JANUARY. ilFF BILL GOES BOXING AT WINNIPEG Winnipeg, May 4.-The National Sporting Club, of Winnipeg:, will open Its first ho.xlng sHow- of the season tomorrow night, wheU�)S relief for Croup And Whsvpl&jr CoiMl'te Following that two wgelis, will be given senBtors to prepare for debate on the.floor. The bill is expected to b� reported to the Senate about Juno �lat.at the latest, ' The Bepublloan leader, It is i'�port-adi Is planning to move, when the bin comes from'the house, to refer to tbo;;(lnanoe oommltit^e, with Instructions' tor public hearings. The first regular meeting ot the Lethbrldge branch of tlie Imperial Homo Re-union Association, was held in tho board ol trade rooms last night. Results showed that those who had undertaken to get guarantors for the necessary funds, had mot with phenomenal success, for sixty-two names appeared on tho lists submitted. . The election resulted as follows : Patron, 15. T. Gait.; Hon. President, C, A. Magrath ; President, C. F. P, Conyhoare, K.C; .eicccutivc committee, J, Horne, G, McKay, A, Hayr, F, W. Downer, A. D, Stafiord, and, by a unanhnous vote D. J. Hay was appointed tiusiiQe. All ppellra.lpary business was disposed of,, tho associatloa Is now ready tp re.09ivo. "applications from British oc Engllph- speaking workmen desldng aid'in bring ng their families over Irqm the old" country. All applications should tie, addressed to D. J. Hay, J.ho trusted at the board of trade ollico, , ,^ Anyone .'ivisbing to. add thoir name to tho, list of guarahtors, may do so by calling ,it the board of trade office. Following is a list of those who have already signed : Ed. Higinbolham,. J. D. Router, A. Ripley, E, C. Pagnuelo, C. G. K. Nourso, E. U. Rylands, J. G. Robertson, N. B. Peat, C. J. Eokstorm, McNally, G. R. Mar-Shepherd, K. W. Downer, J. Horno, A. Ha r, C. F. P. Conybeare, J. D. Higmbothnm, K. D. Johnson, C. R. Young, H. G. Clarke, C. B. Bowman, W. J.. Nelson, J. W. Bawden, E. P. McNeill, H. E. .Aliebnch, A. M. Boasley, G, W, Green, Geo. H. Stacey, J. Har-" ris, R. W. Wallace, M. L. Peek, A. B. Stafford, H. J. H. Skeith, H. J. Goode, Jas. Aird, J. F.- Hamilton, F. O. Hyde, Jas. Glcnister, D. A. Taylor, W. V. McMillan,- D. S;.Stewart, W. C. Ives, M. S. Mb Arthur,-W, c^ate; Showing Entrance to arauch,, R, Seatle, A. M. Dowsley, G. R. Tinning, G. H. Harman, H. W; Church, M. Young, R. P. Wallace, \V. S. Ball, E. H. Wilson, J. M. Aitken, T. D. Kevin, A. Bamsley, Geo. Kerr,^ G. B. McKay, D. J. Hay, H, M.-: Whiddington, ,G. V, Butler, A. J.;. Blackburn. POLICEIVIAN SHOT IN. LABOR TROUBLE: Patterson, N.J., May B.-The Urst serious disturhance In this n.elghboT-iy hood since the beginning ot the labor strike occunred today.:in!'Patterson, t A policemanivwas-allot In'the leg, and another wras knocked down-with-a.-stone, wlien. the po.liCe. dlsperaed-\a . gang of three hundred'^ riot laborers. : The police used their night atioks and the rioters suddenly began, to shoot. Five of them all badly clubbed were arrested.  The Q. T. R. station and sheds at. New Lowell, Ont., were burned. ;