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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRtDCaE DAILY TOHALli) Friday, Augnst 8,1013. HERALD "WANT" ADS. - FAMOUS FOR RESULTS -TEST THEM MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN MARKETS No. 1 Northern ........................ 7G Ko. 2 Northern ..;..................... 73 >fo, 3 Northern......................... 68 No. i Northern .................. 59 No. 5 Northfirn ........................ 51 No. 1 Red ................................. T3 No. 2 Red ............................. C9 3S'o. 3 Red ................................. 61 Nt). i Red ................................. 59 No. 5 Red ................................. 51 No, 1 Alfalfa, per ton .............$13.50 No. 1 Timothy, per ton ......... Ifi.OO Timothy and Alfalfa mixed ..... 15.00 Blue joint ........................ 15.00 LOCAL FRUIT .MARKET (Wholesale). California peaches ......per case $1.85 Idaho plums ................ " 1-55 Idaho peaches .............. " 1.50 Apricots ...................... " 1.35 Idaho apples ................ " 2.75 Watermelons ............... per ft. :03i -as birds weighing oveo- tills will not grade out aa broilers or fryers. Live PIgeors and Squabs- Per dozen.................2.00 DreBsed Poultry-No. 1 No. 2 Turkeys ;..... 22c. 17c. Chickens..... ISc, 1-lc. j Fowl........� 13c. 9c. i Ducks ........ 18c. 14 c. I Geese...... .. 16c. 11c, Thin No. 4, stock not retiuirod. Wing feathers should ho puHcd on ; all dressed poultry, heads irrapped to prevent blood on stock, stock not to 1 be tied with strlne, box to be well lin�d with cleaQ paper. No. 3 12c. 10c. Be. 11c. 9c. CHICAGO WHEAT PRICES I Chicago Aug. 7.-Wheat hardened I in sympathy with corn and because of crop damage reports from North Dakota. December opened unchanged to off at 89Ts to 90 cents, but ral-; lied to 90 i*. I Oats followed corn on the up grade. '. December started % to Vi higher ftt �iiM t� 44%, toivchetl [email protected], and , ascended to [email protected]%. FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES WANTED Tenders for the purchase of Assi- Winnipeg, Aug. g.-Hot winds are i snee's stock: , , . ^ reported t doing much harm to corn 1 A. C. Pye. .7r., Assigned, in Illinois, offsetting; any defect from i Tenders are Invited for the pur-showers in other districts. Wheat i chase of th� stock and fixtures of A. was steudv, but on the whole a lit-jC. Pye, Jr., of the city of Cranbrook, tie sirong'er. Much interest was evi- B C, the said tenders will be receiv-dent as to the nature of the United i^d up to and including the 2l3t day of States government report, and trade | ^W.^^ ^^^^.^^^ principally of was dull from uncertamty as t-o its rubbers, hats, gents' fur- tenor. Light rams m many dis-- inighings, clothing, suitings, trunks, oto tricts are considered as beneficial,; Arrangements can be made for the especially to late crops. Generally rent, or purchase upon easy terms, of the weather today is bright anditho building recently occupied by Mr, clear. Receipts were a little heavier ; Pye. than usual, being 108 cars inspected | The highest or any tender not ne- closed i lower. Open Close .... 90i' 90 .... 88|f .... 93| 37i 36i-40 ajad 235 in sight. Liverpool market AVheat- Oct..................... Bcc..............'�...... Mav.................... �Oats- Oct..................... Dec....................- my .........�..... � Flax- Oct.......... .,.......  Nov..................... Dec............................ i-iii Cash Prices No. 1 Nor................... No. 2 Nor................... No. 3 Nor................... No. 4 ........................... No. 5 ........................... No. 6........................... Feed........................... Oats-No. 2 C. W................. No. 3 C. W................. Extra No. 1 Feed ....>. Barlev- No. 3 ........................... No. 4 ........................... Flax-No. 1 N. W. C............. Minneapolis Sept........................... Dec............................. May.................... Chicago Sept........................... Dec: .........,......... .......,. Ma^ ......... ................I 87J 93 37i cessarily accepted. THOS. M. ROBERTS, Assignee. Cranbrook, B. C, August 1st, 1913. XXX 36^ jIN {THiE SUPREME COURT OF I ALifeRt/, JUDICIAL DIST-i.30i a 3o| 1 RICT OF LETHBRIDGE. 1.30|-jBETTWEEN: i.aailTHE INCORPORATED SYNOD OF THE DIOCESE OF HURON AND PlalnUff, PAUL HOBITZAN AND WILLIAM FRITZ Defendant. To the atjovR named Defendant, Paul Hobltzan: Take notice that this action has been cominenced against you for the recovery of $1204.26 and interest, be-^ix ' amount du-e under a certain 'mortgage made by yourself in favor j of the plaintiff and take notice that (you are required to enter an appear-*5i!ance with the clerk of this court at Lethbridge by September Gth, A. D., 1913. SHEPHERD & DUNLOP, Solicitors for the Plaintiff. Hi 931 89 80i 72 08 60 3ii Hi 1.28i The Zest of Congeniality How much more one enjoys a m; Advance engine. 40x64 Advance Separator. Both in good shape; also 4 work horses, $1200 takes the lot-easy terms. R. P. AtWns, New' Dayton. ,193-12 FCJR' RENTr^Fiye. roo^dl cottage in | Duff Addition, fully modem, furnished, electric light; $20 a month. Apply 946 7th street A south or phone 655. '198-0 FOR RENT-Five roomed cottage, furnished, fully modem, excellent'location Box 30 Herald. 198-6 WANTED-rMai^ried couple wants position on farm. Wife very good cook. Apply Box 6 Herald. _201-6 TO RENT-In fully modem house, a nicely furnished, front, bedroom close to Central, school aiid, par line; use of phone. Phone 514;''625 9th .Street South. / - 199-6 WANTED-School teacher holding Bec6nd class certificate for Colgate S. D. No.. 2894. Apply stating qiialifica-tions to J. Moffatt, Secy.-Treas., Commerce. Alta. ._ 201-6 TO RENT-5 roonjed cottage in Duff Addition. Furnace, electric light, hot and cold water. (Fully modern). Rent $20 per month. 'Apply to W. H. Holt, 947 7th Street A South. Phone 655. 199-0 WAi�ITED-Cook, general, family of two. Good wages. New kitchen with every convenience. Apply to Mrs. de Veber, evenings, 6 to 8. 202-6 WANTED-Experienced grain buyer for Southern Alberta. None but A 1 man need apply. Enquire J. Billings & Co., Ltd. 202-2 ^'pounds, and if ;9ck we w�l be � two to two ftiid onei-JwJ:  yo�/lia.vc'�ay Qt ihlif ��........ ! fiUJto payryou 2i cents, per pound ftllre for such QtockiJn good condition grading No. 1, delivered Calgary. ,We w^uld not obJ(H5t If th�w birds dreas-eijiiout even cne^iuarter pound more, ibut.tliree jiounds is the poftltlve limit a ,w.lil�^ wv^could pax tlMK'lancy: v^laa For Sale PART OF A SOLID Weathered Oak Dining Room Set belonging to C, G. K. .Nourse. Per i?artioiilars apply to Wilson and Skeith WANTED-Capable canvasser, whole or spare time to obtain orders for Private Christmas Cards; no outlay. Twenty-five dollars per week easily earned. Toothills (Canada) Limited, Princess St.. Wlnulpeg>._202-2 WANTED-Ijady canvasser to obtain orders for Private Christmas .Greeting Cards; twenty-five dollars per week easily made; whole or spare time. Toothills (Canada) Limited, Princess St.. Winnipeg. 302-2 WANTED-JIan and wife to work on farm six miles from New Dayton, at once. Phone or write John Whitesel, New Dayton Hotel, New Dayton. Alta. 202-6 WANTED-^First class cook wants po sltion in or out of town; country hotel preferred. Address P. O. Box 1. Stirling. Alta. 202-6 WANTED-At once, good general servant, good wages. Apply 832' 8th St. South. 202-6 TO RENT-Large front room witdi board. Also table board. Apply Mrs. Jones. 308 7th Avenue South. Phone 1390. 199-6 POR.SALE-1912 4 h.p. Thor Motorcycle, excellent condition, $140. T. Brown, general deliyery, Lethbridge. . i , 199-0 FOR SALE-Or suitable exchange, Deering binder id good order; also disc, wagoti and buggy. Apply Greep. No. 6 Mine. Lethbridge. 199-6 MISS K. MAY HOLMES-Medical Massage and Gymnastics (Svrealsh eystepi) Electric and Vibratory treatments, Hydro-Theropy, Shampooing and the removal of superfluous hair. Treatments given by appointment only. Phone 1710. room one, Hull block. Q. H. CRlPPS-^Bjupert Piaiio'Tuner. 1253 Sixth Aveniiia A. .South. Phono 1168, PAINTING 1 Don't be flim-flamnied anylohger. Get signs th�t are right at right prices from THE J. E. SIMONS DECOR. ATING CO., Paintingr, Paperhanging Kalsominiug. ,., . Our raputWion for high class work was-hot Inherited. We. earned It. Phoile'1216. AUCTIONEElR D W. L. WILSON^ProvincInl and city licensed auctioneer. Sales of all kinds conducted on reasonable terms. Live stock and farm sales a specialty. Office at the 'W'llpon Furniture Co., 404 13th St. North; Phone 1023. Residence Phone BS5. Downtown office at the Lethbridge-Weyburn Realt.v Co., Phone 1173. [ Cleaning and Pressing f WE CLEAN, PRESS AND REPAIR both Ladies* and Gentlemen's Cloth-,' ing. Steam or dry cleanlng^ our Bpecialty, - Goods called for and' delivered. Phone 1074.  B. W; Kingston. Tailor. 706 3rd Ave. S. 163-0. WHOLESALE VIAVI LETHBRIDGE VlAVI CO.-The natural home treatment for nervousness, etc. 1110 3rd Avenue South. Hours. 5-6 p.m. daily and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, or by appointment. Phone 1899. Manager, Miss E. S. Cook. PRIVyTTE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van, Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home, 704-6th Avenue S. Phone 746,__ The VViMPOLE PRIVATE HOSPITAL for Surgical, Medical and Maternity cases. Graduate Nurses. Miss Swayne, Superintendent. 1224 7th . Ave, south. Phone 134S. Lethbridge. NURSING NURSING-The Nursing Mission district work; obstetrical, medical and emergency. Office hours: before 9 a.m., 1-2.30 p.m.; evening 0-7. Miss M. L. Cunnlgham, Supervising Nurse, B30-12th St. S. (Bartlett StJ Rhone 1233.__ HYDE & SAUNDERS-WHOLESALE DEALERS in hay. grain, potatoes^ Write, wire or phone foi: quOtSiions on car or small lots, mixed'cars, etc. We guarantee choicest qliallty. Let us handles your wheat Satis-,' faction guaranted. ; -210 WESTERN SUPPLY AND EQUIP-: WENT CO., LTD.; Corner 3rdi Ave. and 4th St. S., - Wholesale,, Mine. Builders'. Contractors. Blacl^smiths, Railway, supplies; .paokiDig,;,'beJtlflg{' valves, .pipe, fittings,-wire rope^ian^' fittings, barb wire, faihcy hrlck.,!-,wat| -erproofipg, expansion shleldsi, .stori �jfrents, pljite glas^, .Pinbne 1044. FOR SALE �; The Secretary of the Board of Trade has Sixty 1913 City DliC. ectorles for sale. Price while they last, ,$1.50 each  FOR SALE-One 8x10 tent, made of 8 ounce ducking, including an awning, two camp chairs and one pair gum____ boots. Gall at 318 3rd Ave. South, for j dr. M, J. GIBBON-Dentist, graduate DENTAL all particulars. 201-6 FOR SALE-75 numbers of good orchestra music, 15c each or' 15 num-.bers for $2.00. Write or see me at once. E. F. Preisz, 25 Dominion Blk., new side, Lethbridge. Alta. 201-1 LOTS FOR SALE FOR RENT-817 8tli Ave. S., 4 rooms, sewer, water, light. vp.cant. 815 8th Ave. S.. vacant SeptA,lst. Also 5-roomed cottage DuS Addition, modern except bath. Apply 813 8.th Avenue South. 199-6 TO RENT-Well furnished rooms in down town block. Rent moderate. Apply to the'Elite Cigar Store. 200-0 FORv SALE-^20 Coalhurst lots, $*6 each, 1-5, cash ,balanoe $5 per month. C. Westley, 917 8th St. South, Phone 715. 196-12 For Sale or Exchange J FOR SAIiE OR EXCHANGE-If you wish to exchange your property for something, you want to see D. L. Kimball, 207-210 Sherlock Building. Phone 721. 133-0 TO RENT-Furnished 5 roomed modern cottage, 7th Ave. S, $25 a month. We have uome good houses for rent. The Dowsley-Mulhern I(and Co., Sherlock Bldg. Phone 544. 300-6 TO R-ENT-Largo Jturnlshed room, suitable for one or two gentlemen; close in. 416 8th St. S. , 201-6 TO RENT-Furnished; light housekeeping rooms with all moderp conveniences, also furnished bedrooms, from $8.00 per month up. Apply 419 8th street south. , 201-6 EXCHANGE-Automobile to trade for city property or farm lands or anything worth the money. D.' L. Kimball, 207-210 Sherlock Bldg. 198-0 of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of. a Dominion Dental certificate. Office; Roopis 5 and 6, Bryan block. Phone 1071. DR. O. J. COURTicE-=-i>entist, grad-uate of Northwestern University, Chicago. 111. Office hours; 5 9-12;X-5. Rooms 11 and 12, Macdonald Biock. DR8. MARRS AND MARR8-Dentists successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc-dure. .Hours 9 to 5; Office, Hlg-Inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. Q. SIMMONDS, Dentist, member of Royal College of Surgeons,, (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London) L. D. S., 1900. Pours: 9-12; 1-5. Office; 6-8, Post Office block. LT^DERTAKING T. S. FETTERLY-Funeral Director, and Bmbalmer; also agent for the SomerviUa. Marble and Granite Works, of Calgary. Office opposite Court House. Phone 561; Residence 284 7th Ave. S. Phone 1176. Open day and night FOR SALE-One five and one four roomed cottage, sewer, water and light; Duff Addition, cash, terms or trade vacant property. Apply 813 8th avenue south. ; 198-12 FOR SALE-Show cases and cash re-, gister for sale at a bargain. The British & Colonial Photographic Co. 200-3 TO RENT-3 nicely .furnished rooms in a fully modern house, use of, phone, $10 per month. Apply Mrs., R. Burgess, 423 11th St. 8. neaf 4th; Avenue. . 201-8 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED-A good home in the country, with young married couple for respectable woman as companion for young wife, husband away occasionally. Pleasant location, no work to do. Apply Box 13, Hei-ald. 196-0 WANTED-To rent, a nice 5 rOom bungalow, modern, good location, facing east. Box 34. Herald. 197-6 WANTED-To rent or purchase on easy terms fully modern house with gas, open fire place', three bedrooms, dining room, sitting' rqora, dep, etc. Apply at once to Box 43, Herald of BOARD AND ROOM B0.4RD AND noOM -'Modern con-ven'ences. use of piauo; $5 pet week. Al.oly S34-7th St. 3., phone 1238. 457-0 ROOM AND BOARD-Modern conveniences, $5.50. All home cooking, or room only $8 per month. Also furnished housekeeping rooms for ooiip-les. 109 Fourth St. S.' '_201-6 [ MONEY TO LOAN J MONEY TO LOAN-on well Improved farm lands. Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Alberta Loan - Build-ing. 5th St. South. Phone ,1214. 1S8-7-Q SIDNEY TO LOAN^^^Onlpjproved city property only; for a term oif two or three years at 10 per 'ceht' interest, " , State security to be offered. Bbx 141, 202-6 J City., ,. 194M> FOR SALE-Five room fully modern cottage, near car line; small cash payment, balance as. rent; a real snap. Apply 533 12th St. A north or Phone 6!�4. 200-6 FOR SALE-One 1910 Cadillac and one 1912 E.M.F., both just overhauled. Owners buying new cars. Box 36, Herald. , . 202-3 FOR SiALE-Fair of high class Bel-, giiim 'Hares, $5; won first and second only times shown; ages 10 and 14 months. Doe will kindle about Aug. 20th. Apply P. O. Box 1824, City. 202-1 8. Y. HURST-Funeral Director,, Licensed Bmbalmer; (Lady attendant when desired) Donnan block, '401 2nd Ave. S. Phone 1802; night oi; express''- PHONE 632 PONY nVs^jAND TRANSFER J..FIgglns, Proprietor TRUNKS DELI-VBRED To any part of the city, Furnlturo Removed; Coal C.O.D^ About 800 Ewes with 7(H) Lambs ^FOr price and terms B�e of 'okll ejr PHONE RURAL 411 NUT COAL Lumi^, also Mine Run, Screenings, Tipn or Car Load . Lots. v' NEW BARNES MINE PHONE 1478 C. O. a L SURVEYING J. F. HAMILTON, B.A.Scr-DomiBlon and Alberta Land Surveyor; Irrigation and Hydraulic Engineer. Rooma 5 and �, :Whitriey Block., P.O. Boa 65T, .Phono, 1048. � EDUCATIONAL 3 LOT AND A HALF on Seventh ave. South, hear Riverview (Mr. Cony-beau'e's. place) for sale; sacrifice at $950 for; cash.-P. O. Box 507. City.-x NOTICE . NOTICE Is hereby given that the undersigned has taken over- on Aug, first the Maple Leaf Confectionery Store, Jformorly belonging to P. Cotar-as. and will not be responsible for any of his dejuts. �EOKOB JONES. 202.;t GARButf'Bys(iMess "college; - Vflu be ,olQS6d}"'during. the summet^] from June 27th' iHl bpenih'g of Fall Term, August :^5th.' J^hej/o^qf) 'y/Xl\ be open one week before; that, data Watch for opening announcement. A- M. ' Fisher. PHnctpal. ' Office phone 1315; reSldeaCe phone 1531: MUSIC "1 MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-Teacher of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Ten years experience. Primary and. ad-vanCed^utillB pi'epp.red for examinations, $12.50 a terin, Studio ,612 i5th Street South. ,' Phone 1308. Wanted Jmediately FuTiiished Modern hous^, four or five rooms, will lease; ex,-, cellent tenant,. � Apply Manager ^ Starlaiid l^Ueatire^ 1 i^th?r5tonFiau4h & (S , "TheOldEstBbliihed'tlrm" r TORONTO (n�.tii)�it.) I OTTAWA mr. HUaHC. C. SALiyiON-Is now '' completing his arrangements for the coming season. He will be glad to hear from those desiring Instruction In artistic Pianoforte playing. Studio 414 Thirteenth ,Street South. Phone 1162. - 200-0 Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Careful and Prompt Service Auto Livery in Ccnneclion ^/...... i ;