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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, THE LKTIIBRIOGE DAILY HEUVLD MARKETS LOCAL PRICES Gralni and 1 Prices paid No. 1 -Northern Xo. 2 Northern No. 3 .Northern No. 1 Ked No. 2 Ked No. .3 No. 1 Blue Joint, per ton...... Alfalfa, No. 2, per ton 1'ralrle................. Bran 6torli Ko. 1 Peed Oats Kolled Oats.............................. Live Btoct- Hogs, live Hogs, dressed Mutton, live Mutton, dressed Produce prices to Butler, dairy Jiutter, creamery New California California cabbage Beets .Turnips Cauliflower, per doz............. Kew pea3, per Ib................ Xcw hfans, per Ib............ Sir aw berries, per 24 qts. Btwrs, lire Etetrs, Cows, live Com, dressed 19 CO 210C .0! .11 .OS .11 .31 .30 .01 .01 .03 3.50 .isj .is 5.75 .07 .IS .06) .11 BATUBDA.Y'6 CASH PRICES Winnipeg, Maf. prices to day No. 1 Xor. Xo. 3 Nor......................... Ko. 3 Nor............................ No. i No. 6 No. 6 Feed Winter Wheat- Xo. 1 Xo. 2 Xo. 8 Xo. 4 Oats- No. 2 C. >Io. 3 C. Extra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed Xo. 3 No 4 Rejected Feed Flax- No. 1 N. W. C............... 35 83 R9 Si 3> 32 3V 31 4 42 4 1.15 S. S. ATHLETICS CHEOULC SUNDAY SCHOOL SENIOR FOOTBALL LEAGUE Jur.o Si. Audrey's vs St. an's; St. i minster, Juno Westminster St. Ati-3- w'E; yt.'CHTiaa'B St. Mark's. JLUC And re TV'S Si. Mary's, VcstaiSustcr St. Cyprian's. June Andrew's vs St. Cyp nr.'s: Westminster is Si. Mark's. July Aadier.'s tcr; Si. Mury's St. Cyprian's. Jnl> Mary's vs St. Andrew's; t. prim's vs Westminster. The home tfani In each case Is flrit. SCHEDULE OF SUNDAY SCHOOL SENIOR BASKETBALL LEAGUE vs Westminster. May Andrew's is St. 0} p- i ill's Juuo Mary's, vs Knoi. June va St. June Andrew's is Si. Man's Juna is KIMK. Juno is SI. And ew's. .tune Mart's IE St. June vs St. -llfi Juna vs St. July vs Kiev. July vs St. And row's. July IB SI. Mar-fa July 10-St. Cyiirlan's.is "lYesimln Jnly Man's is Si. Andrew's July IE Cyprian's. July .SmlruM's is July Cyprian's vs St. Mary's July Mari'a is Wealmlnster July Andrew's is KtiOi. The game to bo played on ih groucd of tbe last mentioned in eac of the above. Kiiox girls on the opening gam of the schedule from Westminster 13 to 8. I'he game scheduled for th 29th vas deferred. BASEBALL TABLES National rooklyu lew York iilcago t. l.ouls 'ittsburg .oslon American ioslon )eiroiL i'ork ntyrnatlonal 27 n ret. .ess .571 .543 .457 .474 .424 .333 I'cL .730 .700 "3 .524 .432 .415 .-MO .210 Intcmulioiuil Iluffalo......... N'euark 'rovldctiee Saltimor.c........ tochester........ Toronto........ Jonlreal e.-sej City...... Western Calvary Sloose Jaw Medicine Hat Edtnontou Hegina..... 17 13 13 f, .501) .SCO .45; .3? AMERICAN HENLEY REGATTA TODAY IXUKXIOI'S iMKTHODS l.'SKI) TO HEAT THE BOOKIES Meetingt, Tapped Wires, Sijjnals and Ruses Are RetQfted to by "The Over in A n'Celi or ago a littk flair happened at a race couree in :ngland. The small telegraph Bee iras suddenl) Cooled by a shoal it wires fronj London. The torrea'. tditcu tujTstertO'isli al nrdday anc lid not ttop till nearly liircc. ed, turned oui to be bogus or.tg. Imply to block tbe line-. Answers n a recent addition. Kor three hourr' he two telegraphists nerebusy dona mesagea like am Hsnry th( Eighth. I am" ani "A Happy Xev. while dozens of people SIOOE angrily demanding >b> tuey could no- ;cl through to i-ciidou. The Idea In "coups" hke ibis is ;et a good price on some horse b> preientloe the comru'ssion agents Ii. town, with whom the bcls hMe beei made, from coienus thTfibeives b, backing that, horde on the course, an EO spoiling the stalling rate. Tricks even murf.- sometimes planned tiy headd." o: the boys of as those re- sons are called wi.0 make a profess and fthoFC; great life Is lo "beat iho booH'.s." A Trick Dazziing in Neitr.ess Tbe cleverest luif carrie- out ivas simply dazzlu.i; la its nea' ness. Some years ago. one tea pitchn means is re- ccssary. 'I lu-y not count times at Lai. mei all call-. The bookmaWers in louo. of cours booked beta freely oier ihe little cou rj' meeting. Next day the racir.g results mat he meting out lo be quite a nico lltt: le meeting. Tbe papers conirlimentt, tbo officials and encouraged them do next year. Won on Races Never Run Didn't they wish thei urjld! Tl hole thing1 was bogos from ng to end. iockeys, and the bor.ces were tho pure invention of some brillirnt '-boy." So was the race course, the racing, too. But the belling -sas Scores of beokroakers lost heavily oier races never been 'A-i-attempt made'not long ago to renewal this trick by inventing a small jumping meeting. It Tell tbrough only by tbe merest accident. All the derails bad not been properly thought out The bubble burst when the tclegrapb department making Iniulries, their special telegraphists not being able to find the place. Another dodge depends for its suc- cess on'tbe fad that bo ok makers have no absolutely bard and fast rule against betting after the time a race is down for. The Synihol iin-cut Modem o anyone in clubs where fceUiog, done can make a good haul if he ran get tbe aews through first, and tuat without- having to evoile s-Jspl- ciou by leaving the room. Aided by'the Housemaid In one .famoub case a confederate rented the house next door to the club and dad a phone fitted in. ,The wall between ivas' secretly rc'duced in. thickness and tbc name of the winner tapped through in Morse code. Even in the ordinary way tne result of the race is known in all public places as it by lightning. How, then, can the Ingenious swindler gel it first? Well, partly by luck, but, for the most part, tfy foresight. Often a horse's dame is sent UH linuer long before the race is over, IQ sender on the fact that Iho horse has a good lead, etc. Ten sec- onds thus gained the official re- sult is tis useful as ten minutes. There was a case in Ixmtfon recent- ly in v.hlcb a tfatcSi was Eel on a man addicted to belling at tbe last moment, H was noticed that before belting he used to keep casually glan- cing oui of the window as it at the house opposite. Someone noticed that whenever a result was about due-to arrive a pretty housemaid -nould sh a dubter out of a window oposite. According to the v-indcnv used and according to the color ot the duster, the winner's number was signalled by means of a well thought code, carefully pre-arrauged. BROKE MARATHON RECORD Loudon, May Polytechnic Marathon race, frain the grounds ot Windsor caalle >o Stanford Bridgs, London, was won today Alexis Ahlgrcn, cf Sweden, in two hours 30 minutes G 3-5 seconds, making a rc-- cord for this course. Tatu Koleh- mainen. a brother, of Hnnnes liam of Finland, uas second in two. hours 41 minutes -4S seconds J. Ghristcnsen of Dcaicark" was third, in 2 hours 41 minutes seconds.. H may be rcadil) unrlcislooil i these things (Jo nol co nit n time al Kit. In the base on balls and Ml by pitcher thf bailer is not giscn an op- (mrliinily to hit I'nc ball, anil l.rnco tlio'ild uol- haie his baltins pcrccnt- cut down hy counting il a time 6t bal. In the sacrifice hit Ihc h.it- Irt dclihrrately hunts nith the Act purpo'e ol f.ellin; out biniscll (o ad- a ruiii.cr lo r-econd or tlurd A couple til Jcars apo aiid the batter is giicn a nrcniiuui tor wonng a run. thoujh tlic fclcicr mufis the fiy. Ihe halter credit ID! a sacrifice II in the opinion ol Ibc scorer the rian on Ihinl v.o'Jlrl have scored had It Iccn iwiKM. Th: cclUD.n In the 5-cM.' Is the ii-n lisl', anil evcryboiljr mows what a run Is Hits co.ne r.cvt, and thfi bnic been Two pointi OEIen a hunt laid doivn an a'sacri- ficc is hcalcn n'lt by llic bailer (luis lie not only the run-j ner, bin alsn readies first hiiiiseli. In M-ch fhe latter is credited ivithi a hii, anrt nol a sacrilice, anil is counted a tinie nl bal. So an error- on a hunt laiii down as a sacrifice! gives Ihc batter a sacrifice hit, ar.d- 1 tncc nol a lime al bat at the samel tlxe standing against llic fielder as iii error. Thc.sp lliat rciuirc a f.clder to jlasb m and sctjnp iiilh one bann or lose- his man must he ilcalt ierv Icirentli with in cases oi iailure to male. Ihe play, and giicn as hits as a rule Ti-e fielder has hut little, chance to get tlirni unless lie is bunt killer Always RUC tl'C latter the benefit of niiv credit bint ivilh ,1 hit- Stolen ba'-es- a rioted lo most novices. The runner, to gc( rrs- tlil foi a steal must not be assisted ia his pillerir'c, by a hit, pntnul, f-ehlinj or battery error In Ihe case ol uili! pitcli or passul ball, tbc riiiiiier palpably he.-.ltn by Ibe throw, but the. basern.in miiris. In this C.VG the has.'innn acts .m error If a runner Ims a base stolen but slievs over the hng nnit Is loiioiicd1 out, he r.cl get a stolen hare. Another notable cvreptiofi is lliat in.case- ot pn H- fcinptt'J iloulilc or triple i( ore of the runners n; out, nor.e get a siohMi base. H is ncl'a steal If the inner does ii'jt Mart until a wilil ..lUli yi pr.sscd ball has htcn made In Cash Given To Smokers In Alberta Of ,99 "Flor dc Claro- Cigars Tvery Cicar Smoker in Alberto viR Wtkome FiordeQoro No strings tied to this offer. No coupons to save. No letters lo write. No postage stamps to be sent "to pay for cost of Every penny of this goes to the men of ALBERTA who buy and smoke "Flor de the loc. cigar with "that fascinating flavor." Chro" ITS ADVERTISING- PURE AND SIMPLE This Si.ooohasnotliinK whatever lo do with the quality of "IHorile 1 cigars. The company appropriated it for create a lo make that good-ivil! profitable. Instead of spending ,000 in pencils, ash-trays, llicrmemitters, or other "ginky" Irifles, we are giving Ihc whole Ji.ooo in cash lo Ihe men of Albetla who smoke onr cigars. WHY WE DO THIS We want quick action. want Ihe men of Alberta toknon- there is such a cigar on the market as "Flor de We want them to try this cigar and see for thein- selves just how much smoking [ileasuie and satisfaction can be rolled into a ice. cigar. "Flor de Is The Blend That The Popular All we .know abont blending tobacco, we have pul in "1'lorcle Claro" Cigats. For 20 years we have studied tobaccos. We have made many (rips to flit- Island from east fo where each grad4 of Cuban tobsccs corse: know the of each variety grown in each province. For we were FC- busy making special brands to suit a definite class of smokers, that we rather So we experimented with Cuban tobacco to get a clear Havana cigar that would be light and mild, yet have the full rich flavor of choicest Cuban leaf. IN THE SANTA CLARA PROVINCE we found jnst the tobaccos we wanted. They are grown on almost virgin patt of the country just opening for cultivation. We have blended several of these tobaccos HERE'S THEJDEA In some of these cigars, we have placed aluminum lags. Some tags arc worth 25c. and-pome are wotth In every box, is at least one cigar containing a 250. tag. In a few boxes, are cigars containing tlm tags. It is impossible for any one to tell from their appear- ance which cigars contain the aluminum tags. These tags have no effect on the tobacco and you'll never know there is one the cigar until you see it as the ash drops oft ANY DEALER WILL CASH THESE tAGSi When you get a tag for 2jcvor m a "Flor de Claro" Cigar, any dealer in the Province of Alberta will cash it for you. have made all arrangements with the retail dealers and these tags will be tiouored wherever presented. the chance that you will get for too. or even sjc. for loc. -liny them because they are just the cigara that will suilycmr taste. I.tt Ihe taste tell. In the "Flor de you get the rich tropical fUvor of fine Havana thoroughly sweet and mild and by t method distinctly our own, Ji Word To Dealers This is only one of n atriea of advertisement-; tbat will i-i lliis paper, telling your customers about "Vlcr dc ,oooin cash toAlbcrlatiiJoWrs. Uikiug, attractive Costers ILct in giving-you A cigu (hat appeals lo An intelligent man whoknov.s agood rlgar when !m sinoXts J in by i o iu cash. Will yen do We tloa'i osk yon to loart tip to.ordtr >ou will Oitui when >eur BEfc'for "Flor de Money lack if jou want We authorize you to redeem ell aluciiaum for payment. J. BRUCE PAYNE LIMITED, GRANBY, ;