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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDCJE DAILY HERALD 7, 10M Use a Want Ad.-Seldom Fails-Costs Little MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN MARKETS 'Today's wheat prices No. 1 Northern.......... 00 No. 2 Northern.......... BS No. 3 Northorn.......... 00 No. 4 Northern............ 55 No. !l Northern.......... No. 1 Red............... 6J No. -2 iled............ No. 3 Red............ No, 4 tied............ No. 5 Red............ 63 60 49 No. I Alfalta, ten No. 1 Timothy, ton io.iiw (Timothy Alfalfa mixed 15.CI THURSDAY'S GRATN PRICES "Winnipeg, Man, Jan. in Winnipeg finn and HRX strong. The incre.islnjr firmness of flax la the Argentine, where prices are steadily advancing, Is affecting tvorld's mar- kbls In. Ihis grain, as the respnre in Unique System Established In Spokane County Schools Works Out Welt farmers' hands In Uie BtateE and are estimated to te Jlght. Argentina flax opened tofiay H lo 1 up. Oats and corn are weak, the weatii- er exerting a bearish influence in these grains. Winter wheat Is report- cif in first class condition. dish trndu is quiet, with offerings5 Spokane, Jan. popu- lar has become the riysieai of sivins scJiool credits for cliore.s house- liolil performed by ihfr pupils of Sj-okruia county at their homes that County SuperfiUendent E. G. Mc-Farlaml Is umlnitg a second distri- bution of, Lhe credit blanks, and has c xporl Ii ou s es f o r all-raU sli i ptn en IB. neeelpls EUTC moderate, tmt ore es- week. Cars inspected were 122 and in pight American receipts Minneapolis. cars; Dnluth, "fi cars, and Chicago 72 cars. I Tables U to j up; utirliangpd to fi lower; Berlin, H up; Budapest, up, and Antwerp, Up. The opening and closing prices on local grain exchange O NEWS OF FERNIE Pernlo, Jan. Dk YDUDB of Nelson is at the O. II. HUohcock of Victoria is in the city tor a to'w days. Uhai-lffl Merrick of and C. P. Genoa of Ixstlibridgo RM register- ed at the Forule Hotel. Owlns to tho continued aoft weatli- ar, sloighing la n thing of the past at ordered of ihom printed to supploiuent a orJer was fji one month fron; the time the plan was slsrteJ- Mr. tlmt SO out of the 17G schools of the county nro HOW giving this credit and that now ones tvro adopt- ing the plan each wc-ek, "Thp teachorv stiy th? system iias ff.-eaOy aided their enid the light. There is but little ihnug by "and the parents are delighted wllh it. Instances h.ivp I COHIR to our atteutiou wtierp childrt-u J ivho could hardly be compiled to do any "work before eagerly yorfomi the tasks around ihnjr Monies and laho the credits to school to pet tho monthly half holiday that is given for perfoot records. Several echoola have reported itiat not a pupil was tardy or absent during tho uionth." The allows one or twt) cred- its for cortain listed home tasks per- formed GO scfioo) days. The perfect month's record consists of live ?ucii tasks performed every day. making for each school ireek anil 100 for e.ie't month. In conjunction with ilifi work, wh'ch must done cheer fully, riot under compulsion, the pupil must be at school every (toy never he Parents fill out trie according to the excellence of the At the end or the lorm 10 ara givoti on examination so that a j pupil TV ho has done the oulE.'de ivork J has never been tardy or absent will have a fovr credits to make up I auy dt-Cciency in examtuationE, Another feature that Mr. Sic-Far land is now extending IH the giving 74 of diplomas to each porfect pupil 55 a perfect year's record. He says that such diplomas To think of nrranftlnff passage for your friends fln4 relations in The OKI Country whom you expect to bring out In the spilni; You cun sects re their tickets here and till tirrangeiuents will lip nirttle for their by THE DONALDSON UNE For Information, rates, etc.. apply to any steamship or way aeent, or H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent 349 Main Street, Winnipeg 135 Vi January May........ July........ January May........ Jiily........ January May July........ Clcslng Cash iVo. 1 Northern......... No. 2 Northern.....'. .No. 4 Xorthern......... Js'o, 5 No. 6................. Feed................. No. Winter........... Ko. 2 Winter........... No. a Winter.......... No.; 2 C. W......... Ko, 3 C. W........... Us. Feed......... No. 3................ No. 4................ nejecled............ 1 W. C.......... 2 C. Minneapolis Wheat Open C1026 32 have to bo issued, if the interest con- tinues. July May Chicago Wheat OlW S75i PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Limited P. R. Freight Sheds f Omco i16S PHONES j Otfije j 452 I Stablrt 1064 WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK MARKET Winnipeg, Man., Jan. at .live stock yards on Wednesday was active, receipts ot butchers cattle be- Ing Fairly good and hogs probably a t record. For two days ending day the arrival of bogs at C. IJ. K, yards were and at Union Stock Yards during the same time, ID sptte of tjie enormous hog re- ceipts, prices were steady and pur- chases vrere all made for local con- sumption. Ruling quotations were as follows butchers steers S7 to 17.25 lair to good butchers steers to choice butchers heifers, iti.50 to fair to good butchers heilers to Rood butchccs cows, Sa.50 to SG lair cows and heifers. to commoa cows to 53.50 best bulls, H.75 to Jfi common bulls 54 fo hesL leeders, S5.73 to best sleekens, 15 to S3.50 best milkers and spring- ers S55 to J60 cojnrnoa to medium milkers and springers 140 to S50. calves J6 to J7 heavy good calves, J5.5Q tr> ?S. spring iambs w to ctioicc killing sheep, to J5.50. 47.7S to rciughs and heavies, S3.25 to a4. lieceipts tor two days eniling ncsdny were as follows 31 38 123 125 87 AUCTION SALE Of Furniture and Stuffed Birds Friday, Jan. 9th, 1914 i_MAf sharp, In the of 205 5th Avenue South. High Class Furniturt and Good Pictures, alEo Fancy stuffed Birdn 1 fancy Brae's Bedstead Restimoro Mattress, now 1 Set of Springs, new. 1 Gas Range, nearly netr. 1 Dining room set, table acd 6 chairs to match. 1 Leather Uocffer 1 Ladies' Secretaire and Chair 1 High Grade Slngor Sowing Afachloa 1 Extension Table and one kit- cbeo tablo 4 Iron. Bedsteads 1 9x12 Brussels Carpet I 0x12, Body ring 1 pair Dagdad 5 Small Rugs TERMS CASH 2 Pair Feather Pillows L Carpet Sweeper 1 Oil Lamp 1 Mcdlcology Book I Food Chopper Cooking utejisila and many other articles Sanitary Couch 1 Raymond Sewing Machine 1 Larco mounted Deers Head. 2 Sheens' lie'i'ta 2 Eagles' Heada l I.ynx nnd 2 J fiea Oull and 2 Han-kei S O'A'lft Nnnu'lnFH Hird A nnmher of InrRe liouae tiirf-.s J. A, SMITH, AUCTIONEER PHONE 147ft Have YOU Something "To Sell? it through Our Classified Colurans> fS ,25 cents an Intcrtluti, 8 tne prtca of fouf Must be Paid iu Advance SITUATIONS STEHMSHIP mm Canadian Pacific Railway Depot Ticket Office. Lethfcrldnj REPRESENTING: Canadian Pacific Royal Mall Steamers AKan Lint, Royal Mail Steamers White Slar, Red Star, American Line; Lei and Line. Cunard Lines Donaldson Un6 Ar.chor Line French Line Scandinavian American Russian American HoJJand-Amerfca Line Hnmburg-American Line North German Lloyd Line Austra-Anrericana S. S. Co. Societa 01 Navigaziene A Vapore N-ivigailene Jlalfana And all other Trans-Atlantic Steamship lines. CfirlstriiM Hates, Sail- of any lines mailed prompt- ly uton application. WJrekFs reports of Elilps netvr ir.g ports received inior- ina'.ion cheerlully etron. REDUCED RAIL RATES IN CONNECTION WITH ALL TICKETS SOLD BY us Call Telephone 612 or S. B. MITCHELL, C. P. R, TICKET AGENT LETHBRJDGE. ana to learn no expcutnco ueccd- s.iry. (jonij-lf los; loois and catiuo-ue tree HU'.iiy of lie- .iiiuicl for graUkUilos, Write today, voles- B.ivber Colloye. Pnvpi AltA. o CCJOK (irsl can- able cook. Ajijily late nfleruor-ns ui at 1007 Third Avenue For rc-mtry icr months. Ditties lo basin Marru i-ml, 1911. s.ilnry j expected wlitjji jjnswf ring pre- feirrd. D. I. i.'owclJ, Sccy-Treas.. Goil- AUa. i nurse, liorise Rifiid. at onr-e. Mrs. Tinning, i'-05 Mth St. Snuih. W A XTE 0 ic ii t ouchTr" for (KtT Schco! District. No. s Stnie sr.lary required. Duties (o coni- inietiee nt once. 1'. A. Secy- JTie.is- Bow Isiand.________ man to act as {ninn for nionumonts hy Ftroiig eastern I mnniiKicturers. Good oi.tflt. Liber I ol commissions. Our prices rue much lower than tl'.oso hi vogue In ivost. it t-asy for yon tu hrMness Api'ly references to Box 4, Her- ald office, SITUATIONS WANTED An Knsflali woman wants v.Aftlriuy. nil u-oj-ii done riO vents rei ttczen. Will I'ull (or ami Joliver. Write Mis. J. Stowc. 2107 X., or Ho.v cuiuiteT ent niul cxiirricnoLiI feninle steuo Ajij'ly stating snl.iry lo Mox offipo. 0 S1 m'rina- and elevator limn of exprrience. 40 ycnra old, inarrk'd. [for place gooit ly recominomlod. Inquire of Secre- tnry rtiiley. Hoards or Trufle. 3-oUibridse. 21 Ksperience.l tcaclicr. for school to opeQ March 2nd, auti con- tlnne Mirouyh until Decent her 24. Holidays Jn. Trcm Monarch. oxjierietice faiary. Address Krnll H. Hann, Secy, Monnrcli, Alta. 21 (1 Mrs, J. Glenister, Avenue S j _ Ji'O RENT OFFICK3 TO localnl oIUccs in thi! city. modern conven- Ic.'ices. Union Itauk of Catmna Build- IDE, For {urrlior apply to O. R-Thiniag Manager. TO Jantiarj- 1st, 1914. the premises on Gth St. S. now occu- pied by Tlio Davidson Mntal Co. Ltd. cflice and Tor par- 'ticulcrs npph- to C. B. Uoivnmn Acndia Bldg., 3rd Ave. S. ____ ___________________H01-0 TO have houses to kinds and prices, Including some furnrshed houses. H you want to j rent n SEL- us. If you have a honsD to lent, let IK know, as wo baic renteis. KimbnII Larsca, US 302-0 _ __ 1 A n-.inj "maM. Apply t' Txidy Superintendent, Gait HcspUal ___ __ 23 -n IV.ANTKD Capable general servant; I small family. One who can sleep o i home preferred. Call mornings o 'evenings. 414 ioth Street S. 23 i Ship Your Grain John Billings Co. Limited Members Winnipeg Grain Eichanga WlnnFpeg Lethbrldg. Miscellaneous Por Sale J FOR altaUa, mlxcil sod best potatoes, eup- liliccl in (on tots or over, by tho Growers' coirnany, Parni Products. Ltd., Hull Bnlldlnr, 7lli St. Phone 1017. j TO roomed storoy and lulr !iouso. No. 1G07 7tli Avenue S., rnllj- modern. S25.00 per nioii'li. Ap- pl.r .ArtJiitr Ilayr 32S Ctii St. Or TO room fully nirdern fjoubo. Tin Avonne S., iipr month. S room ftiUy niodeni house. 619 Otll Ave. s., S25 (icr raontli. Small four room ccrner Sdl Avenue and 17tl! SI., water, S10 monlli, Klmuall S- US Sherlock llnllil- Phono 721. ic_rj For prices phono 1714, Leth- brldge, or write P.. O. Box 278 Office Bani UH. mnko a spotialty of ing reM estate or pflrHontU property, rc-a- EoiLiiblp; if you do not got results H costa you nothing. Try us. We the business, write, r-hone ?21_ or call Klmhall I-irsen, 117-118 She: lock TO n well localfil moilnrn dwelllr.i; fnr rlpnr Illlr, vacnni city proj-eriy, or farm iTild. H. fi i-'n-' properly for f vacant property. Eiavo al clifjrco Improvnl naif I' n. on c urn- hratce. Pn3' :-arh. Oivr> pir- ticul'irp what yon linvo to offer, X7. TVr-vM. f water, ner month. Apply ris t Co, Dcfrin Block, Triune miiiT. may have same by calling at Hcraiif OfTico Paying for tiij.q arl. Large win to yellow setter dog. aiiK-.vorg lo of Don. Finder return tn or phono >V. A. Frro- burcpr. 1410 Cth Avc. S., nnti rrcuJvn fi IXJST Onn llriuTnc Stole, tic-tweeTT Hjo R.X.W.M.r. ti.i rracks nnrl the cnr- ner of Cth Avenue on Rmidny nlpht Uou-ard. if (o tho hanviuks onlcc. lcillns fill VVT rarTi ?BT u-Itli nine small nn-1 lost nij TJifr.3 or Street. Fimlor leave at Hnralj offlpf and rnccive liberal rcu-aril. r> TurPilay with black border in EmiirfFs Viniicr ivlll receive reward on at Hor.iM office. scar? S AVAN'TS f WAXTKD--A oT greylimiKris nt nnfn. Must lir eocxl ami A p. ply iTr-irM. MONEY TO LOAN MONKY TO -oil well improv- ort :n r m fa n d 3. A 1 n n :nl Co., ALbR. C. C. Snr- Seoo, Oflleo nt residonco corner 6ih avcnuo south ami Vth titioot Hours: 8'J; 1-3; 7 lo DR. K.ir, Eye. Nc'ae. nnd Throat; Uouilnlnn Ofllco tours 9.30 to 12; 1-6; uvcminfis Itf ippuiulpionL I'licmo. oQlco 341; RT5." SurgeoiL. N-Roy ctiulnnieiiL. Jird AVP. and Sih St. 03r. Hum's oIJ dfand) Phono l'M3. OC- flee liours 11 to ,1 to 3 ami 7 to 9. SUPERFLUOUS REMOVED -Miss K. May tirnduate ot the. Pennsylvania Orthopaedic Insti- tute, .Medical .Masfico ouil Gramas- tics. (Swedish) Kloctriciil Vibratory and Then.jK-uUi: Trorainpals. l-.Kvlrulyfus and ShampootUR Treat- ments jiLvon by Bpiioliiuni'ni only. Hconi Hull lllocK. PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPIIAU Haarlem's Private and Maternity Homo. 704-Htb Arenua B. Phono W'l M P lor Burelcal, Medical MIC] Maternity cases. Uradunlo Niivsoa. Mlu Bwnriw, Snporlniondont, 122Iourg 9 to 5; Office, HiB- Jnhotlifim Hlor.k. Phnno 374. DR. E. G. S1MHONDS, DeQllst, meii? bcr nt Royal College of Surgeons, tEns.) l.lccntlnte College ol PUyelclauB (London) L. D, s.. 1903. Hears: 3-12; J-E. Oljce; 6-S, Poal lilnrf; NUItSINC Mining S'tcslon trict obstetrical, medical and emergencr. Office bouro: beforo S u.ro., 1-2.30 p.m.; evening 6-7. 14U Avc. S. Phono 1233. LOTS FOR SALE FOR SAI.R---I.otn St-3o. nlnck 102, 12th St. iVortli. the cash, lialaucc imrt S months. K. V. Dnoloy, Room 107 Sherlock llnihl roil lots In Duft .iildl- cloil I-'asy terniB. C. U'eatley, 017 Stll St. K.. I'honn ItOARU ANB KOOM 1 BOARD AND KtJOM Modem con- voutctices, UEO o[ plaLo: fG per week. Si. a., tfcant 1238. (0--0 tTffo.M AKP HOAIill or ellliof sejinr- ate; also looms, convc-nlcucoa at 3lq Avc- Sontli. Notice to Intending Settlers TAKE NOTICE THAT ON. FRIDAY, JANUARY ISth, 1914. THE FOL- LOWING LAND5 WILL BE OPEN FOR HOMESTEAD ENTRr Tile or -euion 28, N. or KM. S. 1-4 til Scr.llr.n S2, S. nil In S. Ranuo 2, West rf (lie Mh nl l.othliriilse. AlhprtA, this rJ.i.v of DtCPlllIwr. J. W. KlalTord. MRS. W. H. Tciiclior of pluno, l-.uriiKiiiy theory. liogln. ncj-5 tQl'Ul. Trl- niiirj- .itivimccil Mcpnicil (or I'Xiinihmtloii, If [Icslrwl. inovctl from IGtli St. to li-'il 5th nvc. A Soutli. 0 R L A NDO of Plunb; Ilnrtuony nnil Tluory. Loasons gtv. t-u in Sliortlmnd. Apply HOI 7th Avt'iULo North. Lothhrldj-G. TliE LtTKBHIDo'E IMPERIAL (JST OjMn for dances tor cunitng EC.TSOU. Any number of Jiieros Violinist. J. U. 003. kril. n. Noetic. IJox Mns. ABBIE o lifr Blnclio frnni nth -Avenue S., to 10D7 Srd Aveniio' Soutli. J. F. HAMILTON, and Altcrla Lnud Surveyor; tlon Hrdraullc Engineer. EOOIQI t and 5, Wbltnor P.O. Bor E57. Phonn 1042. EDWARDS M. JM- vvnrda, Dominion and' 'At- bcita Land Surveyor: Donald A, Dult, blua print- (nil, ctril nud land Bur- MS Eberlook Building. 1-fl'c.tuliIse. Alts. d-tt ACCOUNTANT W.A. HENDERSON A Oo'.f C.'A. 'Sfiinl; cljifil. coal, limber, rotnll. whclc-salp and otber Offlcos jil Winnipeg-, Medicine llat. Lctlitrldgo. Rcaidcnt rnrtner, A. E. OiliBon, CI. A, (Scot, ft AcaiUa _Bn3Jiflng. PJiono D. 67w of Chartered Accountants In ISnp- lauci mM Wales, anil ot the Iilstllulrs fjT CiifirCC-rOil At-countnnta of Alta, Ar.-illa llulldlnp, l.clhDrldBe. r: AUCTIONEER W. L. and city Ikrnici auctioneer. Salon of all tJcds conducted on reaeonablo ttinis. Live stock nnd farm mles a Bpeclaltr. Office at tL0 WUBOQ Fvirniturd Co., 404 13th St. North. Phone Reatdence Phono 585. Downtown omco at tbo Wcyhurn Ronltr Co., Phone 1173. FRANK 17 years' exjic-rlence; will handle your snto In tho way tliat geta tho money., Phones fir.rl i-IH3. Rea- Eonr.blo terms, prompt "Bcttlenionts. fionfo rrrMvpd for or auction. FURRIE.R DAVID .'remodelled, cleaned ainl [IrcsBtd.' Fine Eojer> tlon of Utcdt styled. At tuo Dent- ley Co WHOLESALE Notice- to Intending Settlers Take .iliat on Mnmlnv, I'c-li- ninrj- Till, th'j Js-rf u-IU bo oririi for nil onl rv- Thft Oiinricr ef Section Thli Towrshio Eight; Rar.gc v.'r-_; of trie -Fifth Meridian. Dalnl nl Ailj-rtu, this 30lh tiny [if ]0l3. 'l.nmln. TKN'OERS WANT 100 be rrrolvod up lo .Inn- 1 lih. 1.11 I, for (ite vcnrerrd nf M.JKC-. nn I'o-.irlli KoiiJit (n rr-slili-in-i-l il-.t- !inVi or nnv not f-nptc-il. to Xj-fliJ. IJmviiiT, Mnnsiona Olllco, Third Avcnuo KmiUi City. SUPPLY AND EQUIP- iMENT LTD., Corner 3rd Avc. Rml St S.., Wholosalo Mtne. Unlt.1cr.V, Contractors, Placksmlths, RfiJlw.iy, Biipiilica; DRCliing. bolting, valves, fittCnR8. wire rnps nnd fltllniTB, bnrb wire, fancy hrfcfe, u-nt. crproofliip, cxpaiistun shields, stora nl.iM Phone HAY; G RAIN AND POTA T nnil retail. All nf alfalfa, hhio joint, nixo'l Iiay. nnland Imy, oat slnw. Mfxcil carloatlH a npcctnlty. Wirr, or %vrito fnr fjnntaiinna. Prompt purvicc. quality KUiirantrcil- Stnrntio for hiuisctiolil goniis. olo., cclJiir for rent. Hyde fifxismlcrs. cnnifti- 2nd. Are. nnel izth Hi. H. 1'. O. Pox 1TJ7. 1'hone 13-14. WELDING THE SOUTHERN ALDERTA WELD- ING CO., h'avo opened a shop al tho ro.ir nf Dr.' residence, 610 K'.. Routli. AM kinds of rprintrcil tho Oxi-j-en- Ac'ylriip Weld In R process nn flliart iiof'i f.. Also ekatca Around.' H, McChirp. Mgr.. J. II. Wnlkcr, ELRCTHICJA.N' W. L. McKCNZtE A CO.. Klectrlcnl (U-nlors anil Phono 7M Third Avenue- South. MONUiMENTS If yo.i an; Cim'-iilrs inircJifls ;i iLOiiiiLiifMit, UR hnTorc ili't'lilf. fiiock, Imst do- slRtis niul her.t Lfithhrldge Monumental Works St. South. R. Ncedii, Manager. ;