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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, May 13, 1013 THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD MARKETS LOCAL PRICES Grains and Prices raid farmei-s: Ko I Northern 75 Vn. 2 Northern 72 No. 3 Northern CS No. 4 Northern i.i No. 5 Northern 51 i lied 74 No. V IteJ 7t NV 3 Red............................. 07 No. L 'iJinuthy, per Ko. 1. Blue Joint, ver ton (U Allaltii, No. 2, per Cement Slightly Reduced Also Sugar Dulles Will Take Hundred Millions to Finance Canada Next Year Ottawa, The mcnioers of eighty cents, J'rairle 11.00 Bran the house ci commons got s surpris? today in the lolm o( Hon. IV. T. While's annual budget statement It !t wit eipected until Thursday but, owing to the serious illness oi rate his mother necessitates his departure front the capital, the inm- ister, Hie concurrence of the ;horts (opposition, permitted to mate No 1 feed Oats Rolled Live Itogs, live- ......................-.......03 Hogs, dressed ..........................11 Mutton, live Mmtoa, dressed Cattle- Steers, lire Steers, dressed Cons, C'ows, dressed.......................... Produce flutter, dairy Uutter, creamery.................. California tomatoes, per crato Cucumbers, per dozen Green onions, pec dozen bunches Strawberries, per crate Carrots.................................... Turnips................................... Beets .03 .12 .01 .13 .061 .11 .M JW 7.50 3.00 .45 3.75 .021 his statement today without no lite. The most slriMne; feature ol Ihe statement, is a record surplus ol This -immense 'surplus, the minister estimated, ulluw the to pay ot expenditure ihargeable to apita! account, provide Sl.300.QOd or sinking fund and leave iQQ 'which could, if i.tcessary, he ap- ilied to the reilLction of the .1 debt. The total revenue of the iscal year just closed, Mr. White placed at an increase TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES May gre'n pric- Open Close cs today irere Wheat- May July Oct......... Oats- Jlav Jufy Flar- >Iay .July Oct.......... 931 93} SSj 36 1.134 1.16 1.18! 32! 33 35} 1.13} 1.16J ot more then oier the imputed from nih-r eveauft of the previous year and a in future pay duty. LinKs are made urn equal to 'revenue of' subject to a ten ptr cent duty rjader he Dominion twenty jeats ago. Tho. the inlern.euiale and general tarifi .urplus last year was slightly under hut are liec under the preferential tariff. Haw liiae is' dutiable at five For the current fiscal year which ccn's a S-iHon for the intermediate vill ci.d'on March 31, 1811, Mr. tarili, but is free estimated a total expenditure "IC Preferential tarifi. Tho duly on if about To this must I cocoa beans will he serentr-Sve cmts if. added tlic supplementary estimates Jer hundred pounds, under the inter- yet In be brought down, railway Mediate- and general larifh, hut un- subsitlks, etc. There Mai also the: 'r-c pretercalial they will enter sum that would be necessary lo start construction oi, three, .dread- a Soother noughts. The total estimated cv would he close to though, a considerable icnditui's imount of this would not be. spent. The minister believed that the rcv- ;nue for the current year despite the pxorobed expenditures would meet, a'l obligations. The minister made some reference Prices Wheat- No. 1 Nor................... Xo. 2 Nor, No. 3 Nor.................., No. 1 Ko. 5 N'o. 6 Feed Winlei Wheat- No. 1 Xo. 2 No. 3........................... NO. Oats- Xn.-3 C. W................... -N'o. a C. W................... 1 Feed..........., l Feed .........._..... No. 2 Feed No. 3......... No. -1 Feed No. I N. W. C............ Minneapolis VSI.eat- May 88 Jiiiy S9] Srpt.......................... Sot Chicago -May- S9J. July S9J Sept.................. 89f SSj Potatoes 13.00 Cabbage ...................................02 Onions Jlhubarb, per 45 caee...... 3.50 Asparagus, per ho.v Pineapples, per ease 5.50 92} S2J SB 021 so} 87 82J 31} 3U 47 43 1.12} S7J 59 rifteen. howes w tit burned to death In a flro which destroyed Clcmiis Walton's hoarding siable at I-ondon. Over bushels olrs-'D. n. Ingalh, wh Jn 1005, ot this amount craployrd at Ihe Srck [in was unexpended. July I c.l 'or some time, left Friday lor Lot! tin's year there will he still unexpended, and it Is propoiitd to ex- tend the hrjunties for five years to inclnde this amount. When the price olMeati on HIP London market ex- ceeds 17 ponnils (Ss and 9d per ton bridge. Paul King very narrow lj escape serious injuries last week when young horse with which he via working, became Irlghtcncd an started to kick. I'aul managed t no bounty will ho paid, Jlr. Mrnsclf after being tramp said that In a tew years under these bounties (he production of lead in Canada liad increased from lo pounds. This brought tlic minister ol fin- ance to the end o! his.statement. He again tliankrd the opposition leader anil Mr. Macl.ejh for allowing him to present !iK budget today and said that the debate could be continued The Sanitary Shop With the Expert Our Motto M.K.1CAAKE Opp. Alcxaii'lrn Hold led upon, and a few mmo Injuries, is nuito well at present. Messrs. Mite Mfllrr and C. IlloHer have opened up a general store at niaVuvlllc. This will bring the con- veniences of store and post office closer (o the eastern people. The Jlcisrs. Stewart and Grant Card were visitors in town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Qilherl Welsh a-d children arrived this morning Iran Ohio, and will spend Ihe summer on their ranch west cf town. Mr. nnd Jfrs. O. C. McDonald are rejoicing over the birth ol a baby girl, wtrkh was horn on Sunday, May Uth. Messrs: P. K. Moteland and It. li. K. ireXab, spent'Sunday in the su- gar city, piesuxably on business.' Bought A man from the clly went to a email country town in New Hamp- shire to his vacation. At the station ho tcolc the stage, which v.aa dvawn by two dilapidated horses and that ho had no smaller bill tban n 45 one, which lie handed to the Urtver, Tho drlier looiod at It for a mo- ment nnd then said: "Which horse, do yo'J a 1 A r 1 f lhc 7 V taclc. mtk ttU V 'm items, gar- W taflf. ivretds. Bat "Deftly Tailored" of yon who A haven't yet discovered the wonderful clothes value "fronted by the brand do well to gel in touch with us ilus Sprins, anil let us show you just what specialized tailoring can accomplish at a. moderate price. The talented tailors engaged in the pro- ducttun of Fit-rite" this year excelled ihtir Tracts In Willow Rlvtr best In Western Cinidi, to-, day for information, PACIFIC LAND TOWN9ITE9 CO., LT9.', Ager.ts Wanted. 3t, ;