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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, May THE LETHBKIWGE DAILY HERALD Pago 7 MARKED LOCAL PRICES Crtlni Provltloni Prices tarmXn: Ko. 1 Northern 75 No. 3 Northern No.-3 Northern 67 So. I Northern C3 No. 1 Red 15 No. 2 Red 13 Ko. 3 Red 07 No. 1 Blue Joint, rer Alfalfa, No. 2. per ton 11.00 I'rairlo.....: ,.....11-00 Bran W-00 BbortJ 21-00 Ko. 1 Feed Oatj 2 Helled Oats 23.00 Live Hogs.' ttn -05 HOES, dressed ..........................11 Mutton, lire .............................06 JIulton, dreistd ......................13 Cattle- Steirs, llvo dressed -13 Ihe ................................06} Cows, dressed ............-v.............IX Produce to retailers- nutter, dairy M Butter, creamery .....................30 New California carrots ..........01 New California cabbage........04 Beets Turnips ..................................03 Cauliflower, ('pet dor..-............. 2.50 New peast per Ib..................12i New heans, per Id..................18 Strawberries, per 24 qts..... 5.75 NO OTfiER TIRE THUS FEATURED FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg. Mar grain pric is today weie Open Clos May 931 06 July 35J 06 aH D! Slay July S61 36 Oct............................ 1.17J 1.131 1 19 91 91 88 83 .71 11 Jlay July Oct.......................... Cash Prices No. i''Nor. No. 2 Nor. .'.A.........'.... No. 3 Ko. t NO. N'o. c Feed Winter No. 1 No. 2 Xo. N'o. 4 Oats- No. 2 c. w. No. 3 C. W. Ki.- No. 1 Feed I........... No. i No. 3 FfcJ No. 3 No. 4 licjccted Feed Flax- No, 1 N. W. C............ No American markets. This Decoration Day-' 1.15 1.17 V 3i 33 3 33 3 47 42J- 1.15 First Draft of Stations Hsre arc some o( tlietnany features nvplj ing exclusively to Dunlop Traction Trtid Bicycle the only ti 13 whhm burtt- into uca-i-the lo? of the u matlc by iron raouldi tf'.tr the (ire proper completed. ThatmeiniK xcsUiing surface which cannot tetr off, 19 often happen) with oidinar7-mide bicycle tires. Ttt Vicydi U ttculjF Your vtiecl milini ea itKn of U eltu oi iKc Don't to t with Duolap Tr. Djito Sal Ih WE SELL DUNLOP TIRES Lethbridge Cycle Co. 110 5ih St. S. Quoonstown, May pow- erful tugs .tows d the American line steamship Haverford. In the harbor this morning. They relieved her from her dangerous position in Re Bay immediately ivtst of Cork Head at high tide at one o'clock. She had been lying on the racfrs since early yesterday afternoon whoa the 13- cabin and S50 steerage passengers aboard her, went ashore In a dense fog. Webster's Clear Havanas e mnl< from the ittected crop tlfc ftnioui Cuban district. 10 KING OEORCE NAVY PLUG CHEWING; TOBACCO IB IN BY IT8KI.FI It all others in quality, and because the process by which it is made dtfers rrora is deK- eiously and non-irritating. BOLD IVCRYWHIRt: lOo A PLUO ROCK CITY TOBACCO Co., Manufacturers, QUEBEC IContinucd from front Calgary District 1C. Maistall, K. 3. liishou, (i. Ktrliy, J. JIo-! Doi-jall, It. 1'earscu, A. T. .on, 0. K. Cascallrn, J. H. Beazley. I Calgary C. Farrell, I C. Uishup, J. Wcstmau, I. W.! 1'ulift. K. Ciase. C-iigjiy J. Hagnith, Calgary (St. llollicgs-! worth. J Calory E. u5VS, (H.ll.C.) Calgary Calsary (Crescent U. Aldridge. Ualfisiy E. Gallo- way. Calgary Kasom. Calgazy wanted. Calgary Under Superin- tendent of Calgary Calgary (Stanley want- ed. Ing. II. Juhnston. 11.) R. Sleir.hauei. Lee. B. Wilson.) A. Chauncey. wanted. Medicine Hat District Sledicine S. Tuttle, II. C. Scott, Nathaniel McDonald, C. J. Wilson. Medic-ice Hat H. Howe. wanted. X-) Hos.ing.) Tide LaVeHE P. K.) K. Clysdalc. 31- W.) wanted. L. Anderson. E. K. H.) Bow Island-S. Webster. llaleb-W. Mason. wanted. E. H. Claydoa. Maclcod District D. Richard. Macleod J. Itwin.) CiraintelME. M.) 31. Harrison, H. K. Peck. Pinchcr A. Lylle. (F. D. Gray.) Tennessee wanted. Livingstone-KF. I. llnbgood.) G. tioddard. V.) T. Young. High Hirer District High W.- Dalgleisb, R, Piper. Okotols-J. M. Favcett. K.) H. Backus, S. I'inder. J. 0.) W. OHrer.) Jfann. i wanted. Sv.ect Dorrian. Simpson. tc supplied. F.) Stai'fJy-O. E. ,llann. Olds District B. Argue, J. B. Howson. Piper.) Eagle Hill-One.wanted.. E. Armstrong. BancroK-E. liogue. J.' haw. Irrfcana-One wanted. Crossfleld-J. P. Berry, (P. H.) G. II. T. Jar- ctt. Airnric-R. E. Finlay. Davidge. Red Deer District Leonard Gaetz A. Wilson, C. II. Iluestis, J. R. Karle, I. OrlanJo Joliffe, R. S. I.ongley, J. S. Woodswortli, A. A." Bowen. U. Haddon, S. C. R-ueime. C. Clark.) InnisIail-W. H. Inrio. wnnted.- Kntc Hill be supplied. H. U.) II.) Lacombc District K. W. Locke, S. W. Nich- olson. D.) E. G.) M. Honlcks. Medicine be supplied. Rlmby-0" F- M F. Drhcr. cme-E. J. Tate. he supplied. 0. L.) II.) liatllo River-R. n. Stcinhauer. Slettlcr District Stctller-J. Cr.ultcr, 10. liibbard. Empcy.) T.) wanted. Munson-J. W. Miller. II. L.) lied WIlow-W. D. F. Bush- ficlrt. wanted. Gadsby-R. J. Merrijm. be supplied. Long Wanted. Castor District R. 8. P.) ri___It A Whan (xUnding hospitality It Is u tlgn of good tasU to John Jameson Whiskey Ton wont disappoint a fdend if yon offer him JOHS JAMESON that tby covet best, fiaene lior Bad lock ihyliaf. AU oa of tbe e Lcil Hart-Patterson LethbrWge, Albtrta Special Price Seren room, fully modern ros- Jdence, with Gas, Fireplace, full bMement, closets, pantry, etc. This hoUEC Is verj' close in. ait- liated'ori 7th Ave. Sojlb, Uutlt cJgrit icQiilhs ago. Price, See ui for Terms The Cascaden Land Co. Office 10, Macdonald Block, District J. Hcdgins, A. H. Burnett. V. Honey. Pigeon Late-tA. Battle wanterf- New P. Hargreaves. Camrose-M. 1.. Wright, C. G. Cor- ncille. wanteil. K. Sfvcnerton. W. Saiwters. Hastings Coulee-J. H. G.) Pleasington-One wanted. Stdgewiclc-W. I. Bradley. D. Jonts. wanted. C, A.) Hart.) E. BoothroyiJ. Wainwright Uistriei I'hilps; Ttos. Bateman, H. K. Kerjuson. wanted. IV. 1'omeroj1. Wilkioson. Jarrovv-tli. C.) wanted. liair.es K. B.) TofieM-M. E. Wiggins. Hound K. H.) r.dmonton Kast Edmonton H. I.eitch, S. K. Priestly, A. D. Miller, 2. K. G. W. JohEsou, W. J. llouard. Edmonton Powell, G. B. King. Edmonton (Norwood) W. A. Smith. Edmonton H. Pike Edmonton J.) Edmonton J. R.) Edmonton (Richmond H. D.) Edmonton 0. Web ber. Edmonton (Highlands) L. S Wight; A. w. Coone. Edmonton E. C.) J. Daiiey. K.) S. Parrott. Clover Bar-W. J, Conoly, F. J Johr.son. Fort II. John son, (S. P.) P. C.) Edmonton West District Edmonton I.. Arm strong, E- SIcXTven, T. C. nu- chanan, H. E. Oordon, J. H. Hid- dpll, Gco. W. Sparling, C. B. Pow- ell. University D. Misr.er. Edmonton D- Arm- strong J. B. Howard Clyo Jack- son. Edmonton (Albany H- T.) Edmonton (Central A. Lewis. J. Lloyd. Paddle -T.) Stony Plain-S. S. Peat. be supplied. White Whale Lake-R, W. J. Cle- ments. E. S.) Edson-W. J. H.) Athaliasca-T. H. Bole. J. S.) Lesser Slave H. Hughes. Grand F. Hopkins. Saskatoon wanted. Vi. H. Arraitrong. Lament .District G. Shaw. Star-J: K: Smith. w. W. Ross.) A. Sauder. Pino S.) H. Lawtord, Taranty Hannochko. J. Hampton. P.) Smoky G. Sulton. Vermilion District C. Anderson, R. II. Davis. Vegrevillef-C.: R. Humphries..-. THE advantages of Natural Oas for lighting, cooking, and all household uses is uni- versally recognized. For LIGHTING it is easy on the eyes, while, it gives ample illumination for uny purpose. For COOKING it is clean and convenient. In fact it is the cleanest and most convenient fuel kiuivvn. For both LIGHTING AND COOKING, it is decidedly the most economical medium. are ready to submit estimates of Ihe cost of gas appliances for cooking, healing, laun- dering, etc. Let our representative talk it over with you. Natural Gas Company PHONE 1510 ew-OLYMPIC WHIHISIBES ANOADMTWMAL winsnarr KEUKABS BcmexHG nam rut MTWMfofteTOP OFTHEVSMO. Wm trim Km June 14 July 5 And Regularly after SVAK LINE, 333 MAIN STREET, WINNIPEG During the good old summer time A nice cool drink of pure wine is very re- freshing and stimulating. The Lethbridge Wine and Spirit House BEGIN BLOCK, 5lh St S. PHONE 17M Simpson. Vi. W.) R. B.) K. Winded. wanted. he'supplied. M.) S.) O. Lee.) wanted. Beaver wanted. Saddle Lake-J. A. Sellar. Good Fish and Wbite Fish Lakes-. L. S. Dincen. PILES CURED IN 6 TO H DAYS '_ Your druggist will refund money It PAZO OINTMENT fails lo cure any case oE Itching, Blind, Bleeding, or- 1'rotruiling Piles in 6 to 14 days. aOo.' Veteran-I. N. Hufh'soo. Young. K. S.) Youngslown District Oyi'n-O. A. Stccle. Acariia Vallcy-Ooe wanW, Kairacrcs-0. II. 0. Smiih. Spring H. Hrcli. II.) J. S.I Mammoth 3 Day Special Sale f IHE WONDEHFTJL BAECrAINS we are offering- the puMic are making our store the centre of attraction in Lethuri'dge and vicinity. U o won- der every Blue Lino car brings ns a score of thrifty buyers from the south side. Soutb-siders are.quickly Learning the pleasant wny of doubling their money-buying power .and getting a pleasure car ride-free. Saturday will be the first-day in a tiiree-dny series of ruthless price cutting and we advise you to shop early tomorrow to get the best; of our astounding bargains. SMILE AT THE FOLLOWING SAMPLE SPECIALS FLANNELETTE size "JQn Kegula: H.50 tor LADIES' DAINTILY EMBROIDERED Eleganllr trimmed wltli beautiful Cluny 7K Laco. Kcgular I W LADIES' HOUSE WAISTS, in aeTcral styles Regular for MEN'S SUITS of all wool serge. 7K Regular J18.00 MEN'S SOX OF FINE COTTON CM Hegiilar 15 cents a pair, (or............... 3G MEN'S OXFORDS of strong Regular !3.60 for TIES OF GENUINE FANCY POPLIN Regular 23 cctts. For DAINTY PERFORATED NEGLIGEE OUT- ING SHIRTS regular 51.00 lor BOYS' SUMMER SUITS Regular J1.50 (or INFANTS' DRESSES Regular 65 cents. Kor CHILDREN'S TAN SLIPPERS Regular ?1.25 LADIES' FINE STOCKINGS Regular !5c per pair, for ROLLER TURKISH TOWELLING Regular 12c for 49c 59c 29c 65c 7V2c 7c Bargains in ladies' and Gents' Sbws S i Ci? Firs to on purchaRCs over 41 ALBERTA TRADING 418 13th St. North Wholesale and Retail Merchants Lethbridge ;