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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, May THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MARKETS LOCAL PRICES Oralni and Prices paid firrcen: No- 1 Northern No 2 Konbeza N'o. 3 Northern i N'orthnn Ko. 5 Northern Xo. 1 Hfd ................._............. Ko. 2 Red Ko- 3 Hed 1 Tlir.cHLy, per ton......... No. 1. Joint, per ton Alfalfa, No. 3, per. toi .........5 9.00 Prairlo 11.00 Bran 18.00 Shorti ..........._.......-------.......... 31.00 No. 1 Fwa Oats .............22.00 Rolled Lift Hogs, live -OS dressed ..........................H Mutlon, Ike ....._......................06 Mutton, dressed ......................12 Page' Bltirs, lire -61 Steals, droned Cows, live..............................OC1 Cows, dressed -H 1'rodixe to Butter, dciry ..........................21 Butter, creanurj .....................30 CaliJcrnla per crala 7 6( Cucumiiete. pe'r down 3.00 Oreen onions, per dozen buacbts...................................45 Slra-i-berrles, per 3.25 Carrots ..........._........................02 Turnips......................................01 TUESDAY'S GRAIN PHICE8 Winnipeg, May grain pric rs today were Wheat- Open Close- July Oct....... Oats- Ma) Juij Mav JiK- Oct Cash Price: Wifal- Xo. 1 N'or................. Xo. 2 Nor................. Xo. 3 Nor................... No. 4 Xo. 5 NO. Winter No. I xo. xo. Xo. 4 Oats- No. 2 C. W................. Xo. 3 C. W. KN. Xo. I Feed No. 1 Fetd Xo. 2 Feed Xo. 3 Xo. 4 Re ccled J'lai- ,Jio. 1 S. IV. C............ Minneapolis M.iy -fitly 93) S4 S9{ 331 1.151 1.18} 1.50J 55; 1.15. 1.19 1.21 93: 90 8G 82 71 70 94 91 87 83 33 31 33 32 30 47 4C 1.10 May July Sept. Chicago 88J SJ{ 90} 88} 89 90 90 88} 83j- 10 MM gme Good Coi-tMtt cher Creek Bhoottrs Comlnj There will he a prtil t the on the holiday morning nd the club will have here Itllori the Plncher Creik Qun club .nembcrt and that antctd to of more ordinary nterett will Uke place. Every mem- ber of the local club urgid to be at he ready to at 9.30. There lome keen enjoytnint In store for he lover of the ciiy-blrd piitlme if-d l' forget to be there to eee the contetti. ire back of the ball lark. The Ittal C. p. H. freight haudUrs play tht-ir fourth with the Hat freight hand- lers on Saturday, at the racks grounj. The game will be pull- td olf al 230 in the afternoon, and Kill be rofereed by Mooney. The local have pjlled down rte luccessire Mctyrles from team, and tlie Medltlne Hatters going after them strong this time, and a fh-jt-clna match is predicted. In tho ovenlog the ililtors will sit down to a Bjjread In the Lethbrldge Hotel. >cd It cjpecied that about seventy funs will be prfspnt. Sirs. A Daw son of FoHan's Cor- was badly hurt in a runaway FOR THE MEN_ONJHE SOIL Talks on Agriculture TAKE TO IT The phcr.oicenal Inerpase In inter- est la trap shooting throughout the country Is by no means confined to men. Tho 'wives anfl women friends of trip shooters are regular at moJt gun clubs and a few bave overcome thcfr tlraldtty and bave be- come eipert ihcta, competlcg on equal terms with the men. The DuPont Gun' Club of Wilming- ton, Bel., have arranged regular com- for (heir lady members and at their regular shoot oa Wednesday of last week eleven lady thooters faced tha trap. Miss Haramoud being high gun with 15 broke out of 25 largets. Tho Introduction of women Into trap shooting it IB believed, soon establish It as superior to golf as OUT out-of-doors pastime. It iresli air, exercise and ironing of mind and body that Is a panacea for nervousness, timidity and health. It Is a clean, vfholesome sport, c ducted on a plane and one In which i vrcmea may comyeto on- an equal basis men. You Want the Most in Style lailoring and wear trial your money commnjids. You can eziily get il in wear, but yo'i ate SJTO of it in and Tailor- ing licrc. The spiing overcoat and suit illus- Iraled can be haj in 200 patlerns o Worsteds, Vicunas or fancy Tweeds made fo your individual rtetturemeDU by us. to RIDPATH Cash Tailor EJreonton, Alta ilar 19. 'An- nouncement is .made hv V. McC. Moore, sccrefarj- of the Edmonton Kennel club, that the appointment o! J. Daljleisu, o! Glasgow, Scotland, has been to the Edmon- ton Exhibition association as judge of all breeds at tbe inter-provincial tench show here, August J2 to 16- Mr. Dalgleish has judged at some of the important shons in Great Urifdiii. "If TTC are in securing Mr. Dalglc'ish's llr. Sloore said, "tl.e judging at tiic coming show will be in capable add- It also decided at our last egular meeting that all specials, ex- cpt challenge cups, should be open or competition by members of the Edmonton Kennel club only, and that ,o be eligible to show for specials, ipplirations for membership should ie in the hands of the secretary bo- ore July 15. tho challenge cups which Tvere competed for. last rear in the open classes will remain as rrforc, and our exhibitors feel con- dent that there will not he so many leaving Edmonton for- -Winni- peg and Calvary, this year, as were taken out in 1512. "Tho membership'ot the club Is steadily growing and it Is cipcctcd that the large' list of cprcials which will be open to members only will cad to a large number being en- rolled members 'brlote .luljr 15. Our aim is lo have ihe bpst dog show in the nest, and there is no reason why it should not be real- ized." WHAT LETHBRIDOE DOdS DID AT WINNIPEG Ixical prize winners at tho Winni- peg Dog Show In the'bull dog vere: Umll, dogs, under K nannard's SIHcr Hlval, first. Open dogs over -15 P. Tu: on's Chinook Silent Prince, second. Limit dogs over -15 P. Ttis- on's Chinook Silent Prince, second. Open and Limit blfelus, imier lOlbs P. Tuton's Lady Vslerh was glv en second place In classes. The Judging ol the ojhiblls atvthe Canada Kennel Club's annual dog thaw at Winnipeg featured' by keen competition among' ihe classy dogs fbe Judge, Mr. Arm- strong, of Ottawa. In the bull dog ciaiiei there vctt unusually keen competition which re- sulted In tbe placing ol local dog] among ttis winners. Secrelary C. W. Twalts, of -Moose Jaw, advises tho iocn! BCcrc'.ary lhat tho dates for tho Iteglna show have been set for July 30 to August t. he Invlles the local dog fanciers (o eend 315 6lh Streets., Lethbridge [rom contingent Getting Ready (or Spring! B. K. C. 4., Oigoode Station, Ont. It is coming ou BOA to tbe Incubators, brooders aud mother hem will be at worV, for those Intend to zaloQ tarly hat- chesi it la none too