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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 10, 1913 MARKETS LOCAL PRICES and Provl.lon. IMcei pntcj farmora: No. 1 Norlhora........... No. 2 Northern.......... No. 3 Northern.......... No. 4 Northern.......... No. 5 Northern.......... No. 1 Red............... No, 2 JKd No. 3 Rod No. 4 Rod.............. N.O, 1 Timothy, per Ion........ No. 1. Fllue Joint, nor Ion Alfalfa, No. 2, per ton Shorts No. 1 Feed Rolled Oats Uvo Hogs, livo Hogs, dressed Mutton, livo Mutton, dressed Cattfe- Etcers, lire Steers, ilressed ...............i........- live .Cou-s, 'dressed I'rodiice jirJcefl to Huttcr, dsirr Butter, crearueiy Califci-uia toinatoeB, por oratt Oitcumtiyrs, dozen Green onions, per dozen lunches Strawberries, pec crate CarrolB Urcts 73 70 S3 61 73 70 es 82 Ill S 9.00 11.00 21.00 22.00 23.00 .05 .11 .00 .12 .01 .13 .061 .11 .31 .30 15 4.25 .02 01J SATURDAY'S CASH PRICES WlnnipPE, Jlar prices to- dar were x Closo No. 1 Xor............................... No. 2 N'or............................... No. 3 N'or............................... S7jj Ko. 4 S3 5 75 N'o. R......................................, 71 Nn. 1....................................... 83V Ko. 3 87JT, No. 1 83" O.lts- No. 2 C. W............................ 331 Xo. 3 (J. W............................ 3li Hi. No. 1 Feed 331 No. 1 Feed.............................. 321 No. 2 KVcit I lai ley- No. 3 -16 Flax- No. I .V. W. C........................ 1 I3j THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD London, Jl.iy twonty-sev enlh great jubilee, handicap was nn toitay .it Kemptoii 1'nrk tor'a itur.s of pounds, over the Jubilee course of If miles, mid was wnn bj a rank outsider, W. Hall foiir-j-ear-nld bay colt Absolute Blurting lit 83 to 1 A. F. BaBsett's Talana Hill, 100 to 8, finished sec- ond P. Hcyhourn'E Cigar, 20 tt> 1, Itiird, and D. McCalmonl's liaclie- lor Hope, -I to 1, fourth. AUSTRALIAN TENNIS PLAYERS IN NEW YORK Two Players and Managers the Statci on Way to Davit Cup Matches New York, May D. Jones rid Horace Rice, mcJnbere, ami E. licks, manager ol the Australian ten- lie team, that will compete In tho preliminaries for (ho. Davis Cup next month, arrived In Now York tonight rotn Australia by -way' ol California. They were met by 9. N. nou3t, cap- aln of tho team, and held a confcr- nce to (irmngo for Iheii- stay in tho United States. Tho team will proba- proceed on .Monday to Philadcl- uta. lor a sveelt's play before going Boston. CUPTON FIRST SHOT TOOK GRAND PRIZE ConcluBton of Winnipeg's Big Dog Alradalo Winnipeg, .May most euc- reuful dog show In history of the Western Canada Kennel Club cil here tonight, when tho many cups and [trlr.ea were handed out to tho sue. ceBEful ones, Clinton First SJlot, a classic. Airedale doc, owned by A. p. MntohJiiorc, of TWmilpeg, award- Id tho grand championship by Judge- Armetroligr, of Ottawa. OWENS LET OUT FOR QOOD OF THE GAME National League Umpires Not Sup- posed to Frequent Gambling Resorts Now York, May the good 'Of the game" IB che reason assigned here by President Lynch, of tho Na- tional League, for tho diaoLavgo of Umpire C. B. Owens. :t la alleKed that Owens incurred Lynch'a wrath by patronizing a. gambling; reaort. "Umpires In the National President Lynch, today. their deportment on and off tho ball field, are supposed to add dignity to their positions'as representatives of the league." The public's choice for 40 years, and still a rival. Sold by all first- class dealers, cafes and clubs. BJMLL LEtt INCLUDING GRASSY LAKE, BOW ISLAND, WINNIFRED AND BURDETT Grassy T.iVe, May .Olson and Kmmett Ciallaglier were dolomites from Grassy Lake club al a meeting n Island on Monday when a Baseball league to include Bow Islutid, .UurUelt and Grassy Lake organized. The olllcera elected v.'ere: J. w. Reid, Dow Island, presi- dent; Chns. Scott, Grasgy Lake, vice- president; Brit, Wright, Du.-ilcU, sec- retary-treasurer. The executive IB to delude one representative from each own connected with league. Rules fo define territory, forfeits, sign- ng of players and rwMorice tiun'liflca- SOIIE were drawn :ip to be approved >r modified uy tlio rxeciillve. Thc o.'tguu fee was fixed at 550 per club. ecbediile Is being; arranged and the _ linff ffams will be played between Surdelt and Grassy Lake Jlur- (lotto next Thursday. Uow Islanil Is o play the home team hero on May 4th. Page Pfe frontier CELEBRATION AND SPECTACLE OF THE.FRONTIER PLAINS S Cash Prizes 5 of the evtr'o'ffered anywhere, ConteaUnfa from Australia; South Amer- Mexico, United StstM and Dominion ol Canada. B ONE SOLID WEEK AUGUST 9TH TO AUQUST 16TH your trip be one of the hundred thoimnd ThrllUnr Picture. 11 it iTV- I WfcliT.' Specie! Rate.. Stop on .11 through Ticket.. your Ticket Agent. The on the American Continent In 1913. Write for oil information to GUY WEADICK, Manager, Foram Bldg., 445 Stttct, Winnipeg, Cenndi ETEJOVCt: I: TO CONTROL MOVING PICTURES Rome, Jtay government j today introduced a bill in parliament (or government supervision I oi moving ,-init n tav nn fnr- eifiii and domestic films. eorge's J. 10 KING ZVAVY PLUG OHEWING TOBAOOQ JS IN A CLASS BY ITSELFI It surpasses al! others in quality and flavour because thc proems by which it is made differs from is deli- cioualy sweet and non-irritating. SOLD EVERYWHERE: 1Oc A PLUQ ROCK CITY TOBACCO Co., Manufacturers, QUEBEC CHANCE? WILLING TO TRADE AU CHASE FOR TWO TIGERS Yankee Manager Intimates He IB Open to Exchange Flr.t Baseman for Cobb and Crawford MM... tho Jfo'-r York American league reached Detroit, Manager Frank Chance U'ae If ttiere u-as a poe- that First Baseman Hal Chase might be traded to Detroit. "I am willing to trade Chafe to De- troit. 1 gel a fair "What do you consider a fair ox- "-as asked. 'T cnrTl tell.. I know ot only two men on tho Deirott nnd Cobb." "Would you trade Chase, for Craw- enhance shook hfs head, "Woulil you trade hhn for "Well, irlso ntiuW you IraJo him "Thcro men on tho Detroit team wlip would comprise a fair ex- change." From tub converfvillon It ti'__. seem that Manager Chance was no eery (vflllng- to consider a deal for hi Bta-r tnftelder. iris, May Nollei, under tntence of twelve years' servitude for omplicJty in (ho murder of M. CJere n engraver, at Versailles im-ler rlr umstances somewhat to tlioR( f the Stelnheil case, has ueor. allow ed by special pevmthaion ot tho gov- rnraent to marry his sweuihnart, amoiEelle Jeanne BoilUcot, before eaving for tue- French jjenal fiettle- t in Guyana. iJlet ivas married In wo inspectors acroinjiDniecl hjni to he mayor's office, where the cere- T.ony performed. The inspectors acted as 'witnesses. The hrh'al couple we're 'allowed to kiss once before nnd once'after the ceremony. Neither months he has already spent in jirL-.. nor the prospect of twelve years' pen- al servitude- fo tavc affected the prisoner. With head erect and went throuBh the tormall- NOTICES CALL1ES' PLAYERS Tile folio-wing Caledonian Club players ore requested to bo prepared to leave the Y. Ji. C. A. on Tuesday ulfibt at S.IB sharp, for their with tho S. O. B.: Melntrre; Dannerraan and Eaaton; Brtnnan, Wliyte and Clark; Knight, Moore, Glenn, Llnnlng and Tennant, E. O. E. MEETING A general meeting of the S. O. E. Ftxjtball Club will ce held in the linll on Monday evening, at 7.30. All mem- bers flnd players are urgently request- ed to attend. OVERSEAS' PRACTICE Tho Overseas will hold a practice on Monday evening on tho regular practice s-rounds. AU players turn out. AMERICAN COLLEGE CREWS Will Meot Today in Race on Charle Hiver Baoln at Cambridge Cambridge. Mugs, May sin clly crows cf Princeton, University o Pennsylvania and Harvard will ma Id their aquailo strength and oarsman shin over a 1% mile course on tho Charles litver basin todny. The schedules enll for a atnrt at 5 o'clock The rnco opens tho Inter-collegiate rowing season, and is arranged to give the cren-s practice for the longer con tests at Xow London and Poughkeep- alo EJi hence. It ivlll ho the first time that the crews of the three universities have met at rowing for ninny yenrs. MOOSE JAW SECURES FAST BALL PLAYERS rortler From the Coast and nn Ex- PltlGburQ Salary Limit Jloose Jaw, May For- SOT, ot the Portland Club of thc Norlh western will arrive here to- morrow and finish out tho season In ho Robin Hood outfield. Third baseman Jlmmj- Harrison, who 'was with the pjralei t.lho beginning of the .1012 season, lut ivho was Injured and "played "no more throughout the season, will alia rrlve hero In (ho course of tho next ew day.s to play with Mannzor rirown's team. r.irtons, outfielder last yesr with lassano, cnme to terms with tho io- al management yesterday.'and a-ill "icr.-l Io.the Millers on May 15. Uie team. BOUT AT MOOSE Moose Jaw. Slay Parrell, of Jlooso Jew, cleverly e.rrned and was given the decisloo over Del Bruno of Saskatoon, by Referee Al nshw here tonight, after fHteen rounds of flghttns. The local hoy locked Rnino's head Tvlth n sUIf left, uppfTculs nnd had Ihn vlsltlor about all In at one aiago of fhc (enth. Challenges wore read at the ring- side from Kill Lncos, of Calgary, and Kid Jackson, of Butto, Mont. ties ol marrlsgo with the air of a free nnd happy man. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALT. ING COMPANY, LIMITED In the spring the refreshingproperties of our Easter Bock Beer are most appreciated One's lassitude is quickly dispelled by a glass of this pure, invigorating beverage It is an ideal Spring Tonic, and helps the system adjust itself to the change of season On sale in kegs for a limited time THE LETHBHIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY LIMITED PHONE 554 Jack found a 82522 one TKe Cigar that plcasec the popular fancy 20 years skill nnd sturty are in ever' "Flor de Claro" Cigar. All that we have learned about Havana tobaccos atid Havana cigar-mnkjiig about blending certain tobaccos to get certain re have put in '-'Florde Thisbleiidisaur own by ourselves. Tt's a blend you can get only in "Flor ne bicnd to please the popular man's cigar. J. BRUCE PAYNE LIMITED, In A lOc. Cigar In Cash Presented To The Citjar Smokers Of Alberta To Introduce "FLOR DE lOc. Wilh Thai Fnsciniting Flaror. We want to put a regular Western hustle on the sales of "I'lor de Claro" Cigar. That's wliy we are giving awn'ygi ,000 in cash to cigai-suiokers. This sum has been appropriated to introduce "Flor de Claro" IDC. Cignhs in Alberta. We fed that Die men are going to buy this cigar, aud enjoy it, and buy more, and tell thcir-frienda what a dou-n-riglit hully smoke it (he men who ought to get tlie greatest benefit from In making .up "1'lor de our cigar-makers roH nn aluminum into some of the cigars. Some tags are stamped "525." In every box of "Flor de there is at least ONE aluminum tag. In other boxes, there arc lags which your cigar man will redeem for in cash, Tell your cigar man you want to try "Flor do Claro" Get a quarter's worth and see if it isn't all and more than have led you to believa it wonld be. Of course, if you get a 350, or prize, you'll feel pretty good over your purchase. But whether or not you win a cash prize, 3'ou'll get a prize in pleasure Avith every "Flor de GRANBY, Que. P Caps "Correct" many occasions Yes, sir! There is no doubt about that since "EASTERN BRAND" Caps became the fashion. Designed to suit different face types, so there is a distinction about appeals forcibly to the "Thorn-Bred" on sio-ht Thoro-Bred" on sight E ZE A ctp as comfortable as the name of silk in all desirable colors for real men. You can crush it In your hand like a or roll, it up arid put it in your pocket without injury, The cap of distinction for Motoring, Golfing, correct head-gear for all outing purposes. D 10-A GENERAL, PURPOSE CAP Full fronts-medium squarish peak and designed to suit the average face. Finished with Saotcr-" f-pcc'.s! Lir.ins and Come Fastener. A thoroughly serviceable and comfortable like it (or, every day wear. Sold by every store handling: EASTERN BRAND Caps, Eastern Hat and Cap Manufacturing Co., Ltaifed MY HANDICAP A new one you'll be proud to wear. Classy in shape, material select ail one-piece cap. Observe the long, drooping peak 1 No separate lining to this lining is woven Into the material. This makes it more shapely and warmer. The isweat band is of heavy .foan leather. "My Handicap" ib new and fuzzy and warm looking. Cloth effects are choicer and blgnd better. ;