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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Msy LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 7 IV IMARKETC LOCAL PRICES and Provisions Prices paid tannew: So. 1 Northern 71' Kp. 2 Northern (1 So. 3 Northern D6 So 4 Northern No. 5 NotlhMn >......................i 51 KO. i tied................................. No. 2 Kt4 to Xo. 3 Ueil 60 No. 1 Blue Joint, per AHalfa, No. 2, Protrlo..................10.00 Bran 18.00 Shorls 21.09 I Oali 2500 Rolled M-00 l.lvo Stock- Hogs, Ike...............................08 llofcs, dressed ..........................H Mutton, live ............................05 Slutton, dressed .13 Cattte- Slwrs, live .11 Steers, ditsstd .rt Cows, lite ......................'..........001 Cows, dressed.......................... .IV Vioduco to nutter, dairy ...........................21 Butter, creamery .....................30 California tomatoes, per crato 7.50 Cucumbers, per 3.00 Gieea onions, per dozen bunches...................................45 Straivberrle............... 3.05 THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, May The grain pric- es today were: Open Msy 05 July October SO'4 3IU July 35U Flax- May 1WTS July IMS October )21% Closing Cash Prices No. 1 Northern No. 3 Northern No. 3 Northern No.' 4 No. 5 NO. 6 Feed Winter Xo. 1 35 No. 2 52' 'No. 3 S3 No. 4 83 Can- No. 2 C. 34 No. 3 C. W 31 Ex. No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No.-2 Feed Barley No. 3 No. 4 Rejected 42 Plan- No. 1 N. C. 116 ClOEO I2l' Si 31 87 S3 55 33% 46 HON. W, T. WHITE Minuter of Flnante, atttr deliver- ing hit budget Impreialon 1st sketch by Cartoonist "There is a look or'deep concern on the face ot the Minister of Fin ance. Every department will be claim Ing a slice of that The Great Clothiers of the Great West" We do what we advertise Satisfaction at any cost SUIT SALE FRIDAY MAY TWENTY THIRD Values That Should Sell 1OO SUITS A DAY Suits HALF PRICE They've got to go. They comprise the best and newest in ihe suit trade. Make good your op- portunity to save 50c on the dollar. Over 1500 Suits to Select From Values that Beat All Competition Suits 827.50 Suits 825.00 Suits Suits Suits Suits FOR S15.00 S12.50 86.00 Mne Shoes; Fine Shoes line Shoes Shoes 63.50 line Shoes Eine Shoes FOR 53.25 Men's Tunis 85.50 Men's Pants Men's Pants S3J5 .Men's Pants Men's Pants Hals Hats Hats Hals Hats 25% OFF ALL FOR CAPS. Suits HALF Store c.pen FRIDAY 'TILL 10 P.M. and closed Saturday all day, Empire Day MACLEOD BROS. FIFTH STREET Alberta Block LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE NOTICES FREIGHT HANDLERS' TEAM Tho C.P.It freight hsndlcrs will piny ft loam from the following, on Saturday afternoon, in their giune with (ho Medicine Hal freight Iianrt- Illtson, 0. Farranl. Holland, atowe rant, H, Thompeon, V, and T. Dtstwlck. Jtejems Are T. Worthing- ton and n Thompson, J. Mooney. Time, 2.00 o'clock 3.O.E. PRACTICE The 3.O.B. will hold their regular practice on the Barracks grounds on Friday night, 81 6.45, when tho follOvi- Ing are requested to turn ont: Hawkins; Vrlsr and Holberton; Wfltette, Chfswtck and firth- mat- wick, Jordan, Gallagher, Jnckson atd Ilrcezo. Chlieralt and -Pearson; V., K, Holhcrlon and Karrabce: Turner, Wearer, Trucraan, Ualzcll and Clayton. Dress In the ball at 6.SO. MEYERS TUNOED IT OUT Calgary, May Bronchos look their only game of the Jaw series last night, wJtca Smlck Meyers, In the Ia9t half of the nlnlh Inning, connected for a lusty two-bag- ger, when Julie Slrelb was on second hsse, and sent In his .boig yith Iho winning run of the C to 6 contest Moose. Jaw............ 5 12 092 Sleele and Mooro; Meyers and llothc. HAT TOOK F1NA1, Edmonton, May Hal won Ins list garoo'of tho series from Edmonton toilay by score of 3 to 2, It vas a close and exciting all Medicine Hat........... 1 T 0 Edmonton 2 8 1 Mr.d and Bliss: Dickinson, Clayton and Spencer, Stark. QUAKERS .VICTORIOUS AGAIN Saskatoon.-.May Hurley's Quakers 'made It straight wins them 6 to 1 today. It wai- eas- ily Iho best gamo of the series, being nip and luck unlll tho eighth, when thr> Sox balloon went up, and Saska- toon brought In thfee runs, Sssknloon.............. o S 0 Hegtna............... 3 5 Ford and Hanhln and Davli 11 HELP MR MI PHYSICAL, MENTAL AND SOCIAL MUST BE ,DEAt-T WITH NOW Vancouver, May B. C. Methodist conference In session here for a week has been endeavoring -to find out what Is wrong with Iho church, that its worh does not pro- more effective resells. Dr. Chovrn lei long discussion today in which tho following conclusions were reached: Tho day when tho church nas merely a place to worship tvas gone; tho church must faco Iho great economic questions o! Iho day, and hUp solro them. It rmisl minister to Ihe whole man, physical, mental, spir- itual and social. MUST FACE THE MU9IO Ottawa, May Supreme Court today disallowed appeal In ice McDonald election casts, toill- toted by Alexander Morrison, membcr-elecl, agalcst the judgment el Mf. Justice Cameron, of Winnipeg, on the preliminary oblecllona to Iho tltlon conlcstlng the diction. The appeal was dismissed costf, tbo judgment of the trial Judgo up- held In every particular, their lord- or tho Supremo Court not brinelng down reaeons. The petition can now ba the protest tho election as soon as Parliament pforoguca. C. P. R. IS SHOWINQ PARTIAL INTEREST IN DEVELOP- MENT OF COMINQ CITY Tabcr, May C.. P. H. are prepared to Taber In securing industries, according to Vf, It. Mit- chell, assistant Industrial sloner of the railway company, who was In town this week. Mr. Mitchell la making periodical vlslis to (he town with the idea of keeping in touch with local conditions, as the railway company believe. Taber I? one of Ihe coming towns. The crop prospects in the Taber oV.rlct are tbo best tbal they been In a number of years, Thero Is a tolal area under cultivation ot ap- proximately acres, all of which has been ploughed, and 65 per cent of which Is seeded. About 70 per cent, of th6 crop Is rjjeal, tho rest <9 divided up wltb Oit3, barley and flax, Ths proclplia- lion has been excellent Ills year, In fad, has never been belter, .The warm weAthor now being experienced U bringing tho grain on In great A conservative cstlmalo by men In a position to know places the probable- yield al from 10 to IS PIT cent, bet- ter than last tenson." wheat pro some have lively expectations of rais- ng ft 40-bnsbeI crop. A reduction in- tbo fire insurance rates of the town is expected as a re- suit of considerable improvement which has been made In the fire-fight- ing force. The organization has been taken iri charge by Chief Faulds, for- merly of Lethbridge, and up-to-date apparatus installed. Construction is expected to com- mence shortly on fourteen miles o[ the Tuber Transit Company's lines, which are to connect up the coal mines ot the district, and radiate through the adjacent agricultural die trlcO. safely. Tho steering gear and most of the other machinery escaped In- jury from tho explosion, and owing to that fact tho.captain and his en- gineers were able to beach the ves- sel, thus In all probability saving lha lives of most of on board. The steamer went aground near the fortress, and tho garrison gave all poisible assistance. ELEVEN PEOPLE WILL BE TOTAL LOSS OF LINER Smytpo, Asia Minor, May liner Ssnsjal beached on the harbor front here today, half of one tld6 tor a out by the accidental cv ploslon of a mine, as'she aas 1eav< Ing port late yesterday. Tho csploslon was a terrific one, In- tlailtly MlHilg !lvo persons and fatally Injii-lng six others. Forluoately for those- on board tho liner was close fhore ard (fi shallow and main inlnwi enough headway after the ex_ plosion to enable the captain to rut her aground. All tho uninjured members of the bably 10 from to CO bushels, while crew and tho pftsiengers trere landei MATHIEU'Sm SYRUP OF TAR LIVER OIL. Cures Coughs Syrup of Tir Cod IJTer Oil ft great Tonic mnd not only t cough but enables the 'system to throw it off. There should be A bottle of it in every home. bottle Sold everywhere, j. L. MUTKIKU Co., tin., WESTERN AOENT3: 123 BANNATYNE AVENUE FERGUSON BROS. i t WINNIPEG, ;