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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, May 14, THE LETHBRIDGF, BAIL? HEftALD JPag'e 7 ARKER LOCAL PRICES Grains and Provliloni Prices pali) lanoers: No. 1 Northetn Ny. 2 Northern..................... So. 3 Northern No. 4 Northern No. 5 Northern .........___......... No. 1 Ucd S'o. 2 Hfd Xu. 3 lied 1 'Urnothy, per ton......... No. 1. Blue Joint, per ton..... Alfalfo, N'o. 3, per ton firan......................................... Shorts...................................... No. i Feed Oatj Hjlltd Oats Llio Stocli- Hogs, live Hogs, dressed......................... Mutton, live ........._................ Mutton, dressed Steers, live Steers, Cows, live t'ows. dressed I'rniluce prices to dairy Huller, creamery California tofciacofls, jar cratf Cucuin.terB, per dozen Oreen "pnlona, per dozen Strawbmies, per crate Carrels-................................... Turnips.................................... Beets II 51 n 67 }15 5.05 11.00 19.00 31.00 2J.09 .08 .11 .05 .12 .07 .13 .DC! .U .21 .30 i 7.50 3.0'J .15 3.75 .02 -OH .03 J WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, May grain file- ts today 'were i Close S2J ,91{ yul M ____..... 92f Oct. 885 May Julv Mav 35j 1.13 1.16 1 Cash No. 1 Nor.................. No. 2 Nor. No. 3 Noi.................. No. 4 IVinto TVteat-r...... No. 2 No. 3 No. i Oats- N.a. 2 4.- ,v. -to. 1 KcM 1 Fctd ..........i..... No. 2 Feed No. i No. 1 No. 1 .V. W. C.'.......... MicceapoKs Wheat- May July Srin......................... Chicago May July Sept.......................... S8> 855 88} 8SJ 84j J.ll} I.IT 311 8Sf 66 SH 01 89} SG 81; 33 3V '33 S2 30 1.13 86 88 S3 SS 87 87 OUR BnOOMHALL LETTER Liverpool, May market o; encd with realizing on, the weaknes. of American a Hue-no Ayres market, and favorable wealhe in the roiled Kingdom. Prices wer to lower. Following Ihe openin there a further spell ol ae'lln pressure, and values declined fu thcr U to '4 on thejarger and chta cr American crop prospects. Just b foro 1.30 July reacted K on lirinne ot Parlfe at tbo opening. At th market was-.eaay, to loTrer. finCj -nh'.c iitorflaio for the preparation for tl neu- crop and also the movement cocn. Bueaos closed ye tecilaj- easy, Vi to I'J lower, hjaiy luiiiltlation on the part of U holders tcgelher Mttt tlie fine eat tr .-ind pause in erport demands. opened firm, wt fhorls covering on liPaty rain, is unfavorable for grofting crop. GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET GhEfor.-, May Batch- cJor, cattlr report large rn-Ufils. Trade v.'as similar to last n-fck; steers fetching (o 15-H nn'l hulls 12 cents (o 13 cents. ra we choice of tonmhsev (ticks, And tli6 Hhltkoy forjou Our prices and values will crowd our store. Our sales in the past have been proved to oe as ad- vertised, and this one will be no exception. We invite you to look over the largest and best stock oi Men's Clothing and Fur- nishings in Alberta. WORK GLOVES A good heavy soft and pliable Chrome Tim Gauntlet Glove, all sixes and regularly sold at -Sl.OO. 65c MEN'S SHOES iCon's Bluclicr and Button Gun Metal and Box Calf Goodyear "Welts, in all the newest lasts; regular S4.00 and 8'4-SO WORK SHIRTS Navy Blue Drill, two collars attached, also Ijluc Giiiglmin, Khaki and Combination colors; black twill and other assorted colors; all sixes. Regular 95c HATS A line oC liin'ctaiul soft felts, new shapes, silk bands; all sizes in stock. Regular 1 .25 WATERPROOFS Assorted-shades of fawn, all in the light and hcavy vveigln, ParaineUa clotlis. guar- 'anteed -waterproof, regular These coats arc double sown seams, and will give satisfaction, SUITS Over 1500 to choose from, hvocr.ls, -worsteds and oUicr tox- i f tuvcs now in nil, the new- H AI est patterns nml colors. All sixes and except black ami blue, on wliioh give 25% discount, will IC f1 co out, Macleod Bros. The Clothiers of the Great West Alberta Block, 5th St. 15th 15lh Johnson Guilty But is Not Detained Chicago, May IS.-'Jack champion heavyweight fighter, was found smily lonisht of violating the Federal White Slave law, in trans- porting Hello Schreiber from Pllls- hiirg lo Chlrago. In 1910. He was con- rr. all seven counts In Ilic In- ilirjment. The Jury leturncd 113 dict after an bovir'8 consideration. "H you should Und this defenflant not 6iiiHy, knowing ns you do the evi- dence in tho sain Assistant Ilia- Irlct-Attorney Parkin, "I ou rtapoct and admire." AUorr.ey DKh, for th; defence, maintained that Iho general record and hchatlor o( the nffro not to be considered by the jury. "If he sent her money, to come to Chicago lor immoral purposes, l.e is .j guilty." ho saiJ. "Tliat Is Ihe onb be conetJered by tho Two counts of the (mlk-lmcm dffimUscd at the, reaucst of Judge Carpenter, who declared that no goorl purpose coulil be served by airing unnecessary details of Ito rela- tionship of -Tolinson and the white, wo- men. I.ucliio Cameron-Jobnson, his present wife, did rot appear in court at any time, hU attorness fearing Ihe effect of her presence. Instead, only Tiaj- Johnson, the negro's moth- er, sat constantly at his side. Only a few persons were In court when the verdict was Teached, as n result of an order of Judge Carpenter thai "scsnasi fans" to barred from the The suggestion ol Oohncon'i "golden snillt" which had been on his lips durlns ihe time, of the Jury's de- liberations faded when the clerk pro- nounced the word "QnlHy." eat solemnly in Ms seat until Attor- ney Parkin's motion that.the fishier bo taken Into custody was denied, when ho stepped quietly from feat, anil made his v. ay Iho crr.rrt room alone. "I'luvo nothing lo ho slid; "my attorney will sicak for tne." Week End Specials i THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SUIT SPECIAL At this popular price you ran select from over 150 of (lie newest styles and patterns for .Spring !iml Summer wear. Many of more ihfin wo nsk. On S15.00 Fif-.Reform, L. System ami Society limiul Suits, prices............... SI8.00 UP Negligee Shirts 75c W. G. and R. AND TOOKE COAT SHIRTS, SOU regularly at from ?1 25 to 5200; on sale.......................... MARGELSON'S COAT G1 Eft (2.50, on slle 9 NEGLIGEE Light Summer ullh Collar attached; reg Jl-25 to flTi Bale Men's Underwear, Etc. MEW'S Summer UNDERWEAR In IMbrlssm; Reg. 60c; sale B. V. D. UNDER- 75c pure wool cash- laere, res. 4Pc values on Eaio............ PRESIDENT HcEular 50 cents; OCf% On Eala............ O3C STRAW BOATERS reg. to Bale MEN'S COMBINATIONS SjMtal 9 I ODD LINES AND SIZES IN MEN'S 4-PUY LINEN COLLARS Regular Men's Boots 100 PAIR MEN'S FINE tlio Oto A. Slater and oilier makes, in lans, patent leather, etc., regular CO QC rrlce 54.il to 56.01; on sale........................ MEN'S WORKING GAUNT- LETS, 25c, fiffc, and 7St. WORKING SHIRTS, from (un) 75c CARHARTT OVER. ALLS ENGINEER'S CAPS in Eateen..... Cww This Store Never Has Any Sort oiDisappointment for Us Pntrons, We Solicit Your Favors. McKelvie THE 2 M's McGuire PUT BAN ON GAMBLERS Mining Chemical Civil Mechanical Elecltical EN GIN EER ING Chemkry uojQr aad Boston, -May further in I (be campatgii to rid baseball of the gambling element among the ipccta- tors was tahen today, when admission1 to the National League grounds refused all persons uhora the man- agement claimed to recognize as mljlers. Managers o( the visiting Xattonai Lcaguo Uams have (htTQ vras more open betting at the lotnl diamond on any otber grounds in (be leugue. hlKGSTDN (KEARIO SKOOT TONIGHT Tbcro will ho a regular vractlcB of tho Gun Club tills evening at the traps, back o! ball part. All members aro epeclally reqiwated to iutn out tonight: the start of the Stevens' gold lortet competition ulll bo fflado. NOTICES EVVINO A FREE LANCE Minneapolis, Jfsy Ening formerly pitcher wilb loo Cincinnati baseball team of the National League, who this season Joined the MiBnca lis team of the- American association, today uncondStiosally -eleased bj- President Cantlllon, of (he local club. CantillOD also announced that Velly, recently pnvcbascd fronv the St. Louis Arhfiicans, been sold to the llalttmore club ot the Ir. tcr.iallor.al League. LARGEST STEAM- ERS FROM CANADA DEPARTURES FROM MONTREAL WILL BE WHITE .STAR DOMINION LINE Canada May 2Oth StONTKKAL ami QUEBEC to LIVERPOOL UY MEGANTIC, May 27. TUETONIC, Junt 3. LAURENT1C, June 10. and regularlj thereafter. For particulars H5k any Agent or write W. M, 333 Main Manitoba_________ ___ _______Ask Abaut Our Summpr Tour of Fcur Weeks for S167.50 NEW AUTO COMPANY The Western Aulo Co, ivhlcli Is one oi Ih9 oldest automotlle conceroa In the clir, tos Ijeen iaifn over J. T. Graham and Klias Acams, and the name h.iB been changed (o {he Leth- dse Auto Co. Both fipntlcmen are well kr.own In the city, Mr. Graham having connected the West- ern Auto Co. for Eomo The new concern will continue business along the earnr- Ilnc-s, carrying a full sfack of accesson'es and supplies. They will bandla the Slitde. later automobile, (or Jlr. Gra- ham has been travelling agent for some, lime eipect two car- ioao's cf cars williln the next days, Tho paraga wfil "bo remodelled ebortly, cement flocrs laid, and brought up-to-date In every particular. Mr. Owens, ivho formerly craned the garage, ivill remain in tne. city during snmrcoj1. CITY BASEBALL LEAGUE There will bo another decline of tha Cltv llnscball tonight at thn V.-M CJ., at 8 o'clock sharp. Ev- team mast haro a delegate pre- sent this erenfng. Important busl- EC88. S, 8. LEAGUE MANAGERS Tbera Till be a meeting o< tie fool- ball managers of the Sunday Schcol AlWstlc League la the V. SI. C, A. auditorium Thursday nljht it o'clock. S.O.E. .INTERMEDIATES The tol'-OTlni 8.0.K plaj-crs sre re- quested to turn out In the intermed- iate, match against the 0 ten ens on Thursday night: Parson? and Pearson; True- rain. Holbeiton and V. Weaver, Hugged, Draper, Slorrc and nalzcl Strip In, the hall at 0 o'clock isliatc! IJ J7 Mine c tags sfroe of 2jCi ted totne Your cigar t he PC tigs (it Uieir stamped value, In cash, i Flor de Clan The New lOc. Cigar With That Fascinating Flavor "Bior QB Ckro" give? you Ite rich, mtilow, tropical flavor of tht pure Havana tobaccos of which it is made. Yet it a and to the rsrs EfeUl in Mending the choice leaf. "Plot de Claro" is light, mild, full flavored b'.end, lo please Ihe popular taste. J. BRUCE FAYNE LIMITED, 6RANBY. ;