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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, May 27, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Tago 7 MARKED LOCAL PRICES Grains Provisions Prices paid farmers: Nu. 1 Northern Ku. 3 Xoithern Xo. 3 Xortbcrn No. -1 Korihern No. 1 lied No. -I No 3 No. i nine Joint, per ton Alfalfa'. No. 2. per ton Prairie................ Bran...................................... Shorts..................................... No 1 Feed Oats Rulled Oats 33 CO Llvo Stoct- llogs, live Hogs, dressed Mutton, live'............................ Hulfon, dressed Cattle- Steert, Steers, dressed Cows, live Cows, dresttd......................... Produce prices to Butter, dairy.......................... liutter, creamrry California toBmoes. per crate per dozen Green oaions, per dozen hunches 10.00 10.CO 1S.CO 21.03 .03 .11 .OS .12 '.13 -061 .11 .21 .30 7.50 3.00 .15 3.00 WOULD HOLD PROPOSED LIVE STOCK SHOW WEEK AHEAD OF ROYAL CITY Toronto. May national live stock, dairy and aettlcullural cihib1 lion was launched yesterday. Al- though ISe dale (or the first exhlbl- lion was not definitely Died. Iho last week In November next Is favorej 11 was pointed out ISal the provincial winter fair at Guelpb, is held the first so that exhibitors oultl proceed from Toronto to the show In this .city were to be held tbe last week la November. HI JUNE SIR PARTIES AT OTTAWA ARE BE- COMING UNEASY OF THE. LENGTHY SESSION Ottawa, Oat., 36 started in to uor's this morning with the dL'trrmiuntion of bringing about prorogation by Thursday, June 5, it fossible. TLc is a big oae Laxatives accomplish ith maxim mlniinu act. Hon. IloLetl said anil there is itill uiuih to be done, jjbHals to TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg. May grain mar- today wero: Wheat- May July Oct Dale- May July Oct. May July Ocl Open 95% 35 11711 IWi Clos SIS Catft Xo. 1 Northern...... No. 2 Northern......... Xo. 3 Northern......... No. No. No. C................... Winter No. 1.................... No 3.................... No. 3.................... No. 4 Oats- No. 2 C. W........., No. 3 C. W. Ei. No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed............. No. 2 Feed No. 3...............-.... NO. i... Rejected............... Feed No. 1 N. TV: C............ American Markets May 90% July DIM Sept. May......... July............ Sept............. 32 U 47 but tVe nmubers are hopelul that bey will he oil to theit homes by he cud ol thai wce'a. The probability ol the panels post HALLAMS WEEKLY MARKET REPORT Toronto, are In lair Eupply and more or lets mhed u to quality. Tanners'aio cuyhig for present needs only, owing to the ver> Blow demand for leather, as many shoe and hornets factories are run- ning about hall time. City butcher Wtlea, green, flat Wit. per lb. In- spected bides, No. 1. 13c, No. CounUy hides, flat, cured. 13c, 'part cured to green to 12 cents. CnlfsWns, delivery is qutle heavy, n-lti a slight accumulation, particul- arly ol the lighter weights. City skins green, -flat, 15c; country green, flat, 15c; pait cured, Ho; cured 17c. Dei- cons or Dob Calf, 51.00 to Jl 50. Horacfcides are moving freely at current prices. City lake off, 13-50 to Jt.OO: country lake off, No. 1, ?3.50 to Ji.OO; No. 2. Jo ?360. Sheepateins are-lu stronger owing to increased wool values.' Cil) take off according lo size, JI.OO to 51.60; country Toe. lo 11-50. Spring; lembsMcE, 2Cc to 36o; pells or shear- lings 20c to 35c. Woo! Is In be tier'f upply, mostly un- washed, which. Is'beinE taken at full Quotations, and which we are figur- ing on a slightly higher basis. Vi'ash ed-comtlng fleece fcoarss) to Washed clothing fleets, (fine) Mtt to Washed, rejections (hurry, etc.) 13 to 20c. Un washed necce combing (coarse) lo Idfec. Unwashed fleece, clotting (line) ISc to 19c'. in demand, off colored, or Xo. 2 a drug on the mar ket. City rendered solid In. barrels lo Country stccli, solid In barrels, No. 6ttc. to No. 2 !c to Gc. Cake No. t 7c to 1i4c. No 2, Cc. to 6Sc. Horse ur pedlar stock slightly higher. Farmer pedlar stock 35o to Old junk, and In fair demand. Hubhc hoots and shoes, according: lo trim to 9c. Auto tires, to Blcyrlo tiros, 3? to alue" ol which H. Pluuimcr jt on a photograph of himself walch e had presented to his tfife OB the ay of their was cot Howed by Judge Mclnr.es to stand an answer to claim for for ertUlng the publishers of Canada Monthly'1 hid against the nil of P.urumer and Ilicfout. Honor, when the eass came tfore him, fixed the value of the on photograph at 513, thus glilng he publishing firm judgment for f he tOiQtosraph was one that haO een loaned to the plaintiffs to adorn heir pages in an advertisement. AMBASSADORS URGING WARRING STATES TO SIGN PROTOCOL .INDIVIDUALLY London, May i-lan Is under discussion here for wiring rbo dead- lock in regard to the of the ica'ce treaty between Turkey and tbe Balkan "states. The K-jrojjesn pow recommend that Ihose slates which are sign Sir Ethvard CJrer's draft treaty Tvlthout waiting for their allies. It" is pointed out that lialgarla could "thus cooeh-'de ternis with Tar- gey and toe pon ers could then their attention to Icdselr.g the cllrant Btitis to sign. Sir Edward Grer. the British for- eign minister, received ihe peace dele- gates separately today and urged" them la sign" the- draft treaty, but the GreeJ; delegates replied that they must reler to their government. Raymond, May John Powelson.'lV. S. House and No'olr Smith have leased acres o land southeast of town, (roai Honey, of Winnipeg, president ol Ihi Standard Securities. .They are going to stock 'the- place witu high grade stock. They noW have several hun dreJ head already, grazing. Jlr. S. Lea, ot Coaldale, dcliv cred to Xlr. V. Crpxall, on Friday, a registered Poll Angus rjull. Mr. Crox all puichastd the animal at the steel show in Le'thbTidge-jUst month. The- Ladies' Aid Society gave lur.ch Fri Ibe Prcsbyleriai ns.ValthouEh an a', rcadjiig which held GODFREY ISAACS IS SUING EDIT- OR'CECIL CHESTERTON FOR CRIMINAL LIBEL allow the aulhorities make an arrangement with Ihe rtians and to assume an unvronttd an .hority which lo his mini! was noth j more or less than "piracy." The lad bcon shorn of their lands ai their property turned. He said there, i was legislation "ot. parliament to meet such cases, but that it had not been exercised. Premier norrlen denied that any agreement had been entered into be- t.ttcen the two governments. The In- dians'and the Ilritish Columbia au- thorities dad entered into an ar- rangement whereby the Indians were to gtt and would to placed on a new- reserve. This was'not.. a real estate speculation -as the land would still be lested in the crown. A commission had brcn appointed which would investigate this case with others and would see that all Ihe rights ol the Indians were re- served. The Premier pointed out that Hon. Frank Oliver ar.d Sir Wilfrid l.aur- icr took exncilr Ihe same .stand in 1910 nhen the British Columbia gov- ernment ana the Indians entered into an agreement regarding a reserve near the cltv ol Vicfnria Sir H'il- London, May central crim- inal court' was packed with distin- guished persons of the political and literary worlds today for the open- in? o! the trlil of criminal libel of Cecil Chesterton and brother of '1. K. CJliesterton, the author, and one or London's picturesque personali- ties. The prosecution arose out ol art- icles written hi the accused, who is editor of the "Eye Witness" in which he charged. Godfrey Isaacs, managing director of the Marconi company, with corruption in connection with the British Government's Wireless contract. The whole Marconi affair which is now one of the foremost Issues In British politics, is Ilfecly to te re- viewed in tlic course of the trial. day May "28. He will be her n the. interests ol the Farmers' Co Where is.the'Board ol Trade? Le it come to.Hip. ar.d-do something. Mr. Blair, druggist, was in Leth aridge Saturday. Mrs. Blair, who i in the Gait hospital is improving rapidly. LEAVE SCOTT TO SESf IN PEACE MRS.WILKES' JLESSINB Dearett Hopes Realized Health, and Plattsburg, Mia. Lydia E. Pini- ara's Vegetable Ccrnpcund has proved vtry oeaefidal to me, 1 vn TA ell tr.d hava a sweet, healthy baby, and oat home is happy. 'I wassainvalid fromnen-ouspro- ttation. indigestion female troubles. HON. MR. MITCHELL WILL SIT FOR BOW ELECTION JUNE 19 Edmonton, May J. Line member for Bow Valley, lias resigned :is scat (n the local house to provide a seat for Hon. C. R. Mitchell, who was defeated in Medicine Hat. Nom- inations take place June 1'-, and palling one vreek later. Liberals of ;he Bow Valley have formally asked Mr. Mitchell to stand for the seal. I think I au f? ered every pain a worn an could before I began taking Lydia E. I'inkham'a Vegetable and I think it saved thli baby's life, u I lost my firet one. "My health has heen very good ever eince, ar.d I praise your rnedicne to nil my VERSA WILXEG, R. P. D. No. 1, PlattiburE, The darkest of husband and wife j are when they come to lock forward to j a childless and lonely age. Many a wife has found herself incapi- of motherhood owing to some de- rangement of the feminine system, of teu curable by the proper remedies. ]n many hoir.es once ckiliHeja there are now children" because of the fact that Lydia E.PinVham's Vegetable Com- pound makes women normal, healthy If you Traut sptdal adylce iFriie to Lydla E. PlnVham Medicine Co. (confi- dential) LjrniijMass, Your letter wllj he opeaed, read and answered bj a uoman aud held ID strict ecofldeBoci WILL OPPOSE THE x BUREAU PROJECT Calgary. May ludufctrial bureau, child of tbe Calgary toard oE ttatie, is at loggerheads wilh its cre- ator, over a bylaw which is to be sub- mitted to the ratepayers In the near future to finance the construction ol building !or housing Infant iudustrUs. The industrial bureau is back ot the bylaw, and the board ol trade a( a meeting tonight declared against it. The bylaw is lo be voted on May 27. LORD JUSTICE FARWELU RESIGNS FROM BENCH Txindon, Slay Right Hon Geo. Farwell, Lord Justice since 1906, has resigned. Jusiice :as Justice of the bigb author of tbe famous Tali-Vale dectElon In isoo. Tlie decisron in question enjoined the general secretary ol the Amal- gamated Society of Hallway and trie organizing staff from -watch-1 TO CURE A COtD IN ONE DAY Tafce LAXATIVE BHOMO Tablets. Druggists refund money it It tails to curs. E. GROVE'3 nature on each box. 25c. (ng and besetting tbe railway stAllans with a view ot inducing non-unionists to refrain from taking the plaoes of strikers. Ask for. ralw by the son'Llne. It will surprise' you how little the. trio'will cost. Large, new' steamers.'' Up-to- date Eervicti. Sailings from Mon- treal every Saturday. Make your reservations NOW. For information ask S. B. C. P. R. Agent, or write H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent. 349 Main Street Winnipeg, THE WHITE! London. May. effort is lo b mado to recover the body of Caplai TCobt. F. Scott, nor those of the heroe who died with him while reluming from the' expedition to the South pole. Lord Cnrzori made tills announce- ment today at the annual meeting' of the Royal Geographical Society when He society's medala wsre presented tq the widows ot Captain Scott and Dr. Edward' A. Wilson and to the surviv- ing members of the expedition. The survivors of the dead ireasod.the unanimous desire that the ecovory.o_( the bodies never should X) attempted. U. S, SENATOR WORKS INTRO DUCES TWO BILLS OF REVO- LUTIONARY CHARACTER ffashinglon, C., May plan lor national elections and near e cv o icfnm ir Hi- 9selaHins congress was proposoa (rid wired lo the Premier ol British] (odai, jj. Senator Works In livo Uolumbfa that nny arranjcment that Hc changt electioa Jay was marie hcevetn the the Indians would be Satisfactory to them. Sir Wilfriil I.autler agreed that an Indian rcsenc for a growing city was a ticlTiment lo both Uio Indians and the tlty. However, he claimed fbat vfhen an agreement 'was drawn'up there were three parties that shc'uW he consulted, the purchaser, in tfiU case the Uritish Columbia merit, the Indians the- Superin- tendent of Indian Affairs tad riot been called in this case. Hon. T. W. Crolhtrs said the got- ertiment )iad.not ttpn nskrd for its consent and had not consented? .A commission had been appointed, and under a. Iree Cue lacts were known tUy- occurred- from November .fo August and pro- vide for annual ser-slons ol congress from the first Monday oi Octotcr to tfte first Monday in June. Congress- men would assume immediately after election and the and vice-president 'no'jld tale in Nortmtcr. PREMATURE EXPLOSION lUmllwn, Ont., Jlay the of dynamite en Saturday Dtlrnar Koltb, aged 1 Jrcurai was Instantly killed, ana his father and brother badly Injured. Tai three, we_ro exploding tlic dynamlt< under a'lree stump when acci GAZETTED MEMBERS OF LEGISLATURE In a special lesue of (be AlberU Ga- zette, the following members were gazetted memlers of the Legislative: George Uino, of Dffff Valley. Thomas M. Tncedle, ot Centre Cal- gary. Thomas Henry Blow, of Soulh Cal- gary. Marllri Woolf, of Carditon. K. II. "of Coronation. Joseph Emmet Staufter, of Did: bury, ..X Herbert Howard .'Crawford, of South Edmonton. Stanley G. Tobfn, of Lcduc. John Smllh Stewart, ol Lethbrldge City. James .HeXavghlon, of Little Bow. Gordon MacDonald, of fftnblna. nobwt E. Campbell, of Rocky Mountain. Charles Stewart, of SedgeirlcK. Andrews of Kohcrt Uerry'Eston, of Hanrt Hills Charles Wilson Cdson, OlflU IMBBACED LIVE PRINCS Halifax, -Miy dancs a Government half en' Saturday wi's at fended by a company, hundred, among ttieny II. Prine nho II a 'odet on H.JI.sSchi beriend. Tho Prince-danced Tflth number, of .SIDES WATERTIGHT BULKHEADS BOTTOM to the TOP .Will SaU from New York June 14, 2 p.m.; July 5, and Aug. 2 WHITE STAR LINE, 33} MAW STREET, WINNIPEG f THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED .SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES, LODGB Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance or other valuables in one of these boxes MR 1NTOKVATIOH TO Lethbridge Brand} C G, K, Nourse, Mgr. ;