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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, May THE LETHBItlDOK DAILY HERALD Page 7 MARKETS SEVENTH Oft! LOCAL PftlOES Crslr.; sr.d Prices ptld farmers: Ko. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern Ko. 3 Noithetn Ko. 4 Northern...................... So. 1 Kert No. i Kcd Ko. 3 Ked Su. 1 UEuc Joint, per tou...... Alfalfa, No. I, ior ten......... i'ralrls................. Bran ......................_.................. Shorts j PuM Oils HolltiS Oils Live Hogs, liv.e Hogs, dressed Mutton, live llutton, dressed Caltle- Elcers, fitters, dressed lire Cows, dressed I'toiuco prices to Butter, dairy UutUr, neaninr 63 75 13 C7 (17.00 ll.CO 11.00 is.oo 21.09 22.0) .OS .11 .06 .12 .07 .13 .051 .11 .21 .30 Sabbatarians Have Quite Flour- ishing Church-Annual Statements 36 THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man. Hay grain markets today Wheat: Open Close May M July................ 55 October............ 91 Ojts: May.............. 35 July..............-. 35V1 October Flax: May................. 11-Hi 115'i July.................H6vi mil October............. 118VS 113! Cash Priest Xo.l. Northern 94 Ko. 2. Northern.............. 31'. No. 3. SS No. 4. Northern S3W No. Feed......... Winter Wheat: No.l............... j chaiicfs. S'.eps were takea to raise fund for tho advancement of the S'.iViay bylaw, and txpcr.se willj be Pi'ircd to clinch eipcdlent ibai in any way further thej Mr. liarclay even wanteil to klion 'f the women uroperty boMtTS did not got a TOW. and all widows anil untnarrleil -Aho pay taxes on worth o( will be takes to the polls. A committee of ilesjra. Vtiklnsoo, Xitnicons, Uurg. nan anO HItchle WA? elet-ted to ar- range all minor details of the hall, the place to bo announced later. It was suggested that dodgers em- phasizing ihe date of voting be print- cd aLd distribute J. This was dcemel a very excellent suggestion, ns over 50% of the voters forget the date when the time comes. There Is only ono thing the. North Uthbrldge ratepayers have to re- member, and that Is the meeting on Thursday, June tie fifth. Attend that meeting, hear Mayor llardie and Com- missioner Tracy on the subway, ant! they won't forget the day of polling. Ask for rates the Donald- son. Line.' It will surprise you how little the trip will cost Large, new steamers. date service. Sailings (rota Mon- treal Saturday. Make your reservations NOW. For ia formation ask S. B. Mitchell, C. P. R. Agent, or write H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent. 349 Main Street Winning, Monday. June Boost and the world nith jo-j; knock acd so it alone. Tbat the spirit "ot laU SUPREME COURT JUDGMENTS Ottawa, May tho Supreme Court today judgment delivered In the case ot Howard Milles, tha court being equally divided; the stooil distnissed no costs being all owe J, Wiglf, GrosJieJiJ, South appeal fiis- wilh costs. Graucti va La Banque Hochslaga, appeal Gundy et al vs Johnson, appeal dls. miEsed, Evans vs Xorris, appeal dlEmlssed with coEts, Idmgton dissenting. Mutual Life Association vs Sawyer, Appeal allowed with costs. Stratford Fuel Co. vs Mooney et al, notion for issue of execution dismiss- ed on the ground that it had been made ex parte, no nolice having heen given to the Interested parties and the question being one of great im- pcrtauce. The court then adjourned until Monday. Twelve months more will wltneta the completion of. the Grand Trunk Railway through British Columbia, ow Ing to the rapid construction work noft being made. COOL OUTFITTING Our Toggery Department is full of cool wearables for these hot, sweltering days Cool Straw Hats, in Boater Shapes, 75c to Flexible Straw Hats, 75c up Panama Hats, up Cool Underwear B.V.D. Combinations White Mesh Combinations, short sleeves, knee length. Price Balbriggan Combinations, in short and full length sleeves and legs. Prices Lisle and Light Wool Combina- tions. Per Suit to Light Weight Underwear (2 Piece) Balbriggan (all colors) 45c to 75c Lisle Underwear to Silk Lustre Underwear Pure Silk Underwear Outing Shirts duett, Peabody and W.G.R. Outing Shirts, with lounge collars to match and soft double cuffs. Prices to Silk Shirts with collars attached, and with lounge collars to match, all colors. Prices and Bathing Trunks 35c Bathitig Suits 90c Pajamas in light fabrics. Prices to II McKelvie 2M's McGuire ;