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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, June.20, MARKETS LOCAL PRICES and Provlilons No, No. No. No. No. N'o. N. Northern Northern Norllimi Northern Northern Hod lied N'o. 3 Ued N'o, -1 Red No. 5 Hod No. 2 AJfatfn, ton...... No. 1 Timothy liluo Jolni 1'roduco prlcffl lo SUawhptrifs, per 24 qU......-.. Tonntuca, 4-lli. cralo..... lisss, caio Iliittor, lira- Ib............. BHOOTINCi TRAGEDV AT COLLINO' WOOD 15 70 611 31 77 71 U9 ns 51 11.00 17.00 1D.M 3.30 3.00 7.00 .21 FRANK BURNS YOUNG MAN WHO FAILED TO APPRECIATE LAW8 LENIENCY THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Juno ir.nrlcai cpunori at. and WUR steady during the early houra, with a veak imUcrtoiio toward tho close. Amnvl- oats worn strong al tho open! nnd WlnutiwR ants were stoutly, but a IHtlo firmer. Klnx was BtronRQr, [ol- lowing n ntiluth advance. Thii oufintiiH ainl closing prices to- day worn as follows: Open Clos July............ 98% Ml Orr-.bor 93s; Calgary, .Juno 25. Krank HurnH was this uttemciou sentenced to ten years In Kdinonlon pftiilenUarjr lo Chief .Justice Uarvcj, being found on a clmrge of largely. The youth, who was not more than 20, stole two C-I'.R. worth 4HO. at Corrugation, in February, and endorsed Uicm, though ho knew j ey wore for another. At the (inje, out. on probation, having en son to two year? in the nUeiitlary for a similar oficiiFO in 511, nnd his sentence was not real- up till Moy 11- The chief justice! iid that punishment hart tailed en- rely in this wise. The rior was atiHy out of jail vhen he starter! tiis d ways. II was' evidence he had 1n kept in confinement till he made; his mind to ccaBP Ilr woulri get it before the ten yea IK we-re up i( re ahowed thot he wnvild do right. he hoy u-as uumovaJ r.s lie heard ie sentrnce, which is thft stifieat cd out here for a long P lax- July dctouor Closing Cash Prices No. 1 Northern......... N'o. v No: I horn........ Mo. No. 2. No S O. W............... No. 1 N Kf.od............. 2 Fteil.............. Kc. I........V Xo. I .N'. O Minneapolis Wheat Open Cnlcago Wheat SO'l December 117 120 IH 34 fc :i3V4 ClOB 02" aa MONTREAL MARKE-TS Moi'lnial, Juno 25.-On a run of bn Cher oittlo wlileh were for the moa grass COWB, prices broko 25 cftnt 10 3fi centa per hundred, at the em end stock yards, for tho latter. Ther wfcjo fow steers in evidence, and t 'brought firm prices. Among the bu clicr cows offered, [hero werp vcr itfvr wJiIo-li could be cOaaieil as t g mites. There seeiugd to be a rather boi Ish Ceellng nmong the packers cc cerning the entiro list of the stock and buying is only bo! dons oil a very -moderate scale. 9hee find Itioibs wore, lower to Jay on 1 ercnscrt offerings. Hogs wore alao o 2j centa jirr hundred. Hislei- (eel anticipated, owing to the lo prlceo being quoted in tho wo fit at the anxtftty of" consignees to sell pr to tho oxpccted decline. Of fore fire BtJH bolus asked by w! al! points on lots. Calves wore very steady. Ru'jolnlK of butcher rattle, 126 head. Coeil steer's, 6.75 lo 7.00- fair, Li.25 to 6.SO; medium, fi.76 to 6.00; butcher COWL, good, 5.2B to 5.50; fair, '1-60 to JV.i'O; jioor 10 good. 3.00 lo 4.40; re- ceipts, of sheep and lambs, Mar- kcL easier: old sheeii. 4Vi; spring Inmhs, 9 cente, on, scales. Uccelpls of hogs, if020; marVot ens- 25 centa lownr. Selects, 15-00 10.2S; sows, 3.60 to S.Tii; stags, I? 5.50. llecclpls of 1500. Rteatly; 3.00 to 12-00 each, according lo sifco ami ijualtty. k T T-i "i" IJom forces With 'Farm Pro- ducts Company Pago 7 JAMES CAL8ECK TO HAVE BEEN', SHOT BY HER LITTLE BOY Raymond's Program For Dominion Day Haymond, June Itaymond puli- ..c is to uelcbrulc DomUiion >ay, nnd all cordially invite Magrath nil WcUitiK to come over and lot the Ullu folks especially, hnvc a time. Sunilay schools o! the-town )mve aken over llirj work for the Domin- Day exercises. Tlie following pro- gram bos hem arranged. Kuci's lor every year frtiui i to 11 ,'cars. Three tares for girls also three 'or hoys (torn H to 31. Hole vault, boys under years. A racR for all unmarried girls alr >n one for boys. Barrel rare, rolling inEidc oE ibe Principals pllisble at ColHngwood, where a little boy E> thought to have shot his mother ac- icidcntally. TJirea-leegcd Taco. A greflsi'rt pig. "A 1-luiian cliariot (In-, iMans lo ilrivc tlioir all j they own, around thfc track ami llifn j set their, lent, arid the imc M'ho vritb his family's IieJp Jinislics first, wins j Hie Relay for girls. liigli jump for boys under J6. Fat- rare. Fat women's race. Egg race for svonifn, (c-gg in spoon and run Jo a line ami return. Sock race tor men, (Ijolh feet in a Potato rare. Pony race- (H liantis and Slaw rnce, (exchange AH cbiltlrcn who run, under tour- teen years, ivill receive prizes. Good SQUAW DROVE OVER SIXTY MILES WITH DEAD HUS- BAND IN RIG Macleoil, June stoicism-o! the Inilion is proverbial. Hero is a remarkable local instance. During the recent electrical storm, SJiort- Man, a BJood Reserve Indian, with his wife anrt child were driving home, when near Nanton, a. uolt" oj (Continued iroiu front pagol Tbe imabjtmsUou mnang a great laving In tlmo, (or Kann i'ro-luc-tB LlmlieU 'la olroaly Dpcraiins nartc-r R charter that liermltB of ihe carrying out .of P'l of tbo rnnny plans. The an- Dual meeting of Farm Products Ltd. called for July D. when it ti planned to elejH a new directorate Ui wbtcli there will >H. ropreienlal of the iha.t are comlnj Irito ihc gompBUy lo the cufry- Ing out plans. Coincide Farm Limited was organ- year a number of farmers resident In the L'ethbridKo and Conl date dlslrlcU. It IB capitalized at JlOOjOOO. ItB membership hns cicadiij ilrjcreaaed, and tho_ro Is today number 1 ej among its stockholders many o, the moil influential and fiuccei farmws the most of whom 3ra engaged irt mixed farming, It hat been very BucceaaTuI, And has Ourlng Inat full and tUti winter bandied aold quantities uf bay. grain nnd vegettbJes, RupplflriK roRrhclB for djstanoe, and bringing to I H a far tetter jirtce than they ld ordinarily have oblainei Ihroufih middlemen an> wholeaalers. The establish ed IIBB boor OHO of In- port (o LethbHdge, and (ha require ments of coming scaBon bade fal lo necewHate an increase of workin capital In order to consirnct Btorag sbcrta and Improve J handling fac! ties. Instead of two concerns in tt field handling tbe wime producli. an tht stockholders Q! nnfr being aJs Interested In trie other to a erable extent, the amalgamation pe tniti o? this of the bus DCES along (bone broad llnce, and vtdee the means for increased sto. The stock oMlie c-oiiipanj- Is cfl into ishares of i-ach and is aol only' In blockB of five shares, and aim fs to keep the largest iiroportio of the Block among tbc farmers producers of Southern Alberts and i ?innU. Lois, In order to carry out tn co-operative idea. Cold Storage and formal or a Dominion, government subsidy or cold stor.Tge were to OttftWa yesterday" Bfiornoon, and steps taUen to obsiin spur trnckg to ho nroposed Bile, ana 10 arrnnge with the Canadian Pacific Hallway company for rntes on live stock, re- car Bert ire-, cic. Stock The .cold storoce plans .call for a building costing to contain eleven large cold storage rooms for the handling oi nil cUsfies of pro- ducts, from fruit, bulter, cream etc., to dresseti meats, provisions, 'srd and -everythlug One Bulistantial priMs are offered for cv- lightning stmck Short Man, as ery evenl. Tlierc. will also litv a cap- he aat beside bis wito. Tbe fallen tnm hnlt game between tlircc girl teams. Other cvonls will be arranged the grounds. Ufbhop Kvaas nnd his flock is the Lethbridgc fair Icsding the mul- titutios. The Ilaymond district is ivoH reprc3entod at tJte fair. Mrs. W. S. and M. V. Iloycr yvcie visiting .Mrs. Foster, Jlrs. House's sister, at EldriUge's ranch Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Axicr Hriggs, ot giiil Vi "ME ON AI hravc crumpled up aiwl sank to '.tlie lloor ol the carriage. Grabbing the reins from the rtead I bands of her husband, the suddenly t widowed squaw, proceeded to drive the lonfi sixty or seventy miles-' to the reservation, the journey occupy- ing {ilxnit .twent) -four hours.. On arrival at Stantl-Ofl thejunfla.] was held. M. R. Malhcson and ot Jum- Ijo Valley, arrived home Iron) -theii trip to Toronto on Monday noon were visiting Mrs. "Gee. Kirk- I They rejiott a very and in- jtist Ufructive time ,it Uie incetings oi tho was assembly and a whplpsorne deligiU in Saturday last. 31r. returned fioni Utah, M'herc ho married. Lee llrewcrton, who has lieen visit- ing in returned to his old post on Saturday. Mrs. C. 11. Nenl has gonp, ;o Swift Currant, where Jier hushanrl is wort- ing in tlie grocery business. Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. of Annbclla, Utnli, nrc visiting Mrs. Hancock. Mrs. Hancock aH Mrs. are sinters. Mrs. A. -R. Skouson, who went Hi in April, is Immc again. She Ilwo bas visiting refugees frnin I again viewing old Ontario in" ilune. Next Sunday we expect to have Mr. Walkmslmw, the Vancouver HaU student, wlio is stationed at Sfeadow Creek, to supply the pulpit. Tho'fol- lowing Sabbath we hope to have our lormcr pastor, Rev. A- O. PaterBon; of Kcmsrtale, IJ. U., with us. arc ileliglsted at the thought of re- newing old acquaintances thus, Sir- I'alersoi will be able- io stay the week and visit with us. The Sundays' supply Mr. Cameron, of i Fernie, B. C., Junp pro- vjncinl examiaations for entrance in- to High school opened this morning ar.d nineteen candidates presented themselves. Eleven of these arc from tho Forme Public school, and the othr-rs from schools in surrounding districts. The Fcrnie candidates Cor.roy" Colton, Dorothy Dicken, Ru- by Dimmick, Dragon, Russell Dudley, Bay Cfould, Alice Kerr, fieo. Kerr. Doris Smith, Sylvester Nan fcusen, and >Vestbr. John Craig and Lionel Kearpey come from Hosnicr, and sends Stanley Jacksor., Oen Palmrr and (iracc Ross. Mariorie Johnson, of Kiko, and Albert Parsons ami John Pinions, ot Michel, complete the list. The police of have BBitnd to be on the lookout for Ralph C'agltlfn, a I .hoy who has Wsappeared from his home. Ico and relatives in California, Utah Paint. who is also a Vancouver .Hall anil Idaho. student. JSlder P. B. Hobinson just returned ___ home from Arizona and California, J where IIP lias been laboring for over a year. Rivers, of the provincial jail, nnrt A. Southard, visitors in Raymond on Saturday last. Dr. Riv- ers is, an old resident ol Raymond, and ho saja that tilings Jock good lo him. The cine tor was out after a prisoner anil lo take one to liberty. The roait is now turn-piked from Raymorul to I.ethbridge. Mr. John Powelson on this end anri Warden Rivers on tiic Lethbridge end have made ends meet-, and now it. is up to Kaymonrt to connect up the railroad where the government stopped work- ing, or if the town would niove the poles out of the.centre ol Hroadway so tfyit the graded rojd can lie used. SERVIA'S NEW PREMIER Belgrade, Scrvln, Jun Pcler has M. Pnsltch, pre- mier, wlio recently realBncrl, with the? rftcnnstmerton of tho Cabinet. Hie hold era of tho portfolios of war nnd JUQtlnn will lie changed In tho new combination. entire floor of upwards of square ftet noor space will be devoted to the public etorare ot automohileSj car- riages, housiihold goods, etc. The basement is lo be devoted (o the manufacture of hygienic ice, a plant bclog Installed sufficient to produce an average of 3D tons ot Ice dally the year round. Truckage fticilltlea are arranged for right to'the very doors of the building, and a refrigerator car service will lie Instituted, dally he- tveen Lethbrldse and the Crow'a Neat PnsE and other placee for the Byecdy handling of perishable pro- ducts aud tlie supplying of the trade with butter, eges, dressed meats, frultp, vegetables, etc., at wholesale, tha Jobbers and wholesales betnE In- vited lo pool in this buBlncsB.' The plans for a lire stock yards and central market arn on as large a scale some of ita properties requlrec lave been arranged for and plans are g prepared for submisaion to the luthorities In order to approval, as thetc will be require monts bearing on health reguldtiona Etinitatlon. water and se'wer service :o be considered, all of which'bav iten arranged for subject to approval In addition to these features theri will be a large building erected al a locution on the C. R tracks, very convenient of access which will ue utilized as a hay ox portion ot It devolei to Rtoraee of potatoes and. such othe vegetables ap it Is advisable lo hanrtl at certain seasons in large thus fucllltating their shipment. Th market will handle All aorta of pro dtice, aiirt all hinds of'live slock rais ed on the mixed farms of Soulhoi Alherta, and the aim will bo to gc the highest price" obtainable for th farmer, through being tn daily tale graphic communication with the larg er markets of Colgarj-, Edmonton Winnipeg. Vancouver and Toronto an being In position io make1 immedlnt hlptiieiH in quantity. This, tn th live stock end of it alone, means great deal to the farmer, and It fu thfc-rmore means that the small fftrn er with Ms few head of cattle, or hogB will be enabled to get th benefit of carload prices through if opportunity of smalt lo at the stock yards until pitch tSrae carload lots can be advantage out: shipped. There, will be, it is expec cti, a very considerable profit fro- the manhfaclure of ke and other b products, for there wil) be> many b products with establishment nn abattoir, nnd these profits [back to (hose farmers who ae stoc lioldern In ihla co-opercitlvg concei When you think clothing-think of the Scotland Woolen Mills Co. Ltd. I 404 Fifth Street South Lethbridge, Alta. THE BIG TAILORS And to help you remember the Scotland Woolen Mills Co., Ltd. we are giving away with every order for a suit or overcoat AN EXTRA PAIR OF PANTS ABSOLUTELY FREE. Call and look it over for yourself. See what mean when nre sny we ivill give you an extra pair of pants absolutely free. Suit or overcoat, made-to-measure, with extra pair pants Of London, 'Ont. 'just' appointed have to pin provincial continuation Inspector. lor all. H's. a world-famous proposition, this of ours, and means absolute satisfaction for a suit of clothes; better fit than you've ever bad, prompl delivery; one price. Al! we ask from you is a look. It's a pretty poor specimen of a man wtio can't tell all-wool by the feel of it, or a good pattern without adjusting liis glasses. There is a crowd of full mill webs of cloth waiting a call from you. Look at the texture! Take your choice of any pattern; there is only one price for any made-fo-nrder suit or overcoat. No Leu. And above all, remember that ve give an extra pair of pants with every order for suit or overcoat, absolutely free. Out-of-town men should write for our fashion plate, easy sclf-meisuring cliarf, and latest patterns, which will be mailed free. 4O4 FIFTH STREET SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE ight Were Killed in Wreck-on C.P.R. rlHion oi IhD.truck the real cause (lias only made the journey heru from could not bs readily established, hut the "n-est by rail. inclined to the view that tbe roil Tlie Argentine beef was sold. n> 12 {Continued from front ars were not- demolished it was a omparativelj-. easy matter to get ut the injured anil they were immc- inlely tushcd. in 'motor cars to the ity hospitals. C, F. R. Acted. Promptly The officials despatched Jenl men others li> scene ol he accident as SOOT, as possible and id nobiy in caring Eor the injuied. who-were able to con- inue their jouinoy were taken west oniglit in" a special by oi Wrecking crews from Ottawa and Smith's Falls-wprc on hand it is said that the track will be lear for early tomorrow norning. The train for Toronto was arnuaA bv way of Keiupt- There was remarkably little __ic among the passengers. The Russians took things stolidly, while he British immigrants showed, their ireeil by those who escaped or who arc only slightly injured helping the ess fortunate to extricates them- selves. Those who were injured bore up most pluckily after the first alarming cries, and their grit was i commented upon by physicians and others. Tliere were many pathetic scenes as women nnd children going to join their husbands and lathers, ar whole lamilics to the west were injured. Some bers ol families were killed, while others who were injured were hur- ried to the hospitals so quickly that Iheir relatives did not know where they hart gone. Jlost o! the deaths were caused by the people being hurled .through a window into the river. One woman and a hoy, wJio ere apparently leaning out ct the 'indoHY were caught underneath and their hodjes were the last to he re- covered. Chief Knginecr Mountain, Inspector Lalondc and Chief Operat- ing Officer A. J. Nixon, ot the Hall- way Commission, went out lo the scene of the accident shortly after il They inarte n sketch ol the lajoul, anil n superficial inquiry, but will (Icier for a day or so more investigation. Une of the oftic-iiils said that owing to the con- mil "kinked" from tbe action ot tbe sun and after standing the pressure of tho locomotive and >.irs. displaced, causing the other cars to he thrown oft. cents a pound, as a nound for American U. S. GETS ARGENTINE BEEF New York, Juno consign- ment of 100 quarters of Argentine f. tlie first ever Imported to this roimiry, placed on the Xcw Vcrk and Brooklyn markets today. Tbe shipment, was made by London speculators, u-ho >vant to try the ex- periment of placing beef which has crossed tbe ocean to England, nnd rc- crosscil !t to New York, In competi- tion with American grown beef that BULGARIANS ATTACK 3EURVIANS Belgrade, June A strong force of Bulgarian troops at- Lacked the Servian poaiUoa? at Ziefovo and Ratkovaz In donla ai one o'clock this tiioru-_ ing. The attack, according to official information was uopro- voted, lighting was In progress at a fater hour. Used By The World's Greatest' Shots In America the greatest trap shooting honor is winning: the Season's High Average. This competition has been carried on for thirteen years and eleven years out of the thirteen, shooters using Winchester "Leadef" or "Repeater" loaded sheila'have the'coveted honor. Winchoater loaded shells also hold almost all the World's Records and Championship Trophies, .their winnings being equalled by no other make. If you want to shoot well at the trap, use SHELLS off K PROVED SWJtRIOllI'JCY ;