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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JANUARY 2f)tli, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Auction Sale On Saturday Next, Jan� 31st On the premises, Dominion Block, at 2.30 and 7.30 Frank Wacldington is instructed to sell by Public Auction and absolutely without reserve the remaining portion of the stock-in-trade of FURNITURE And Other Household Effects I iicl iid.i iisioii Oak and l%aidy I'hiu'lisii (Uiairs, I )i-('ss... 1 'nil ''mi. J 1 iCU . . �i Roil ... Nil, 1 Kc.l . . .-, 1;imI ...... lilt (11 'iS .i:i i;!) Ii7 III THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES nud ilosiii:; .1.111 ........ ......... JuU ...... Ouls- .laii.......... Mav ........  llilv ......... Kiax- .1,111.......... ....... .liily ........ WhPal - .1.11!. '.i'.! -Tin- o prici's to(la> ui'ic : I (pon ........ '....... 'MK IK'ir.nt; ('in.-;!' 1. :!.�..'. l.:il.i (' \s^ii i'uu.'i:s \(1. 1 or ........... 'Ml ... �> N ii"......... SI ]. N.I, :( N ir.............. N.I. 1 .. N.I. ."i . 7(i.\ .N.I. i; . Ken! ..... i-Mi Wiiitrr Wiical - N.i. 1 .. .Sli,', Nil. 2 .. .Si J. Nil. �' . [ __ S'jJ Nil. L', r W............... .'i:i j N.I :i I' W. ............... K\. N.i. 1 Ki'i'il ........ Harli'\- N.i .'j 11.1 No. 1 .. . til] I'M i I I-J"t. 1 'I Kc'cil ... . i.'i .1 \ .1:1 AH}. 1' Ja\- No. 1. N. W. 1'........... N. 2. C. w................ l.'^.'il .MlNNK.AI'OI.IS' Whcal.- Mav ...... .................... fl .Inly ..... cnic'.xdo ?ilav ..... .................... Illi July ..... xii;; jWINNIPEG LIVESTOCK MARKET I W iiinipi^t;, .Man., -Jan. 2S.-DiMiuuid for liuU'lipr rat.llc was not so keen on \\cUiipsihiy as il. lias licpii since tiie j lir.niiiiiiiig oi' the year, ami aiUinuf^ii j lu'iccs were iiiieliaii.i;e(l, a wealier Lone '' iva.s aiipareiil lor all classes of cattle. 1 Calves and slieep were unchan,2;e(l with ijeiiiaiid fair. I In spite of^ a liea\y run of liogs, particularly to llie Cnion '^'ards, the leiiiand holds jj;ood at steady prices, �lioice hoi;s are (|iioted �'?K, fed and watered al Inion Yards, and SS.'jr) .if cars at C. 1'. II. yards. Rulint; quotations were as follows : Cat lie-Choice hiitclier steers .VT.^.'i iio S7..5I) ; fair to clioice liuicher ; steers ^ii.^^i to Sli.T'i ; choice butcher j lieifers .Sii.'iO to if.ii.l'> \ fair to i;ood ihiitclier lieifers -Si: to .Vli.riO ; u;ood liuicher cows .Sr, .'id to Sli; fair cows and lieifers, .SI..'.") Ici .S.'i.^a ; common c.ws V2.7.'i to S-i.-'ill ; liest hulls to .S'i.511 ; c.iiiiiiiok hulls .'kl.2ri to SI..'ill ; best feeders .f."i.7,') tn .Sii ; hesi stockers J;,'i l,, fi.r,J,{t, |)esl milkers ami sprinc;prs $.')."> to $lll) ; common to medium milkers and spriii.i^ers .$|ii i.i S.-)ii. Calves-Clioice calves .;fl to :>.7.riU ; heavy i^ood calves $.j.,Tfl to .Sli. .-sheep-Ciioice .spring lambs to S7.:'jd : choice killiii.i; sheep !i5 to .l;.'..:"ll,l. Ilo.t^s-l.'hoice ho,r:s .^."> to .S,S.2.') ; r.iii.nhs and heavies .Sli to .i;ii.2,") ; staus ?l. Keceipls for I wo days emlin.!^ iiesday were as lolhnv.s : C. i'. it. Yai'.is-Cattle 157 ; 'i ; .-alves 2 ; ho|;s i)l)l>. I nion Stock Yards - Cattle .�alves I ; li.'jijs 2272 ; sheep IH. MATINEE AT 2.30 P.M. 10c and '15c. SHERMAN THEATRE TONIGHT NIGHT AT 7-9 25c and 35c. Mdlle. Da Mela THE MYSTERIOUS LADY Marion Sl Beryl Singing and Dancing Sisters 4-OF THE BEST The Larconians ORIGINAL NOVELTY ACTS IN PHOTO PLAY.4 Ber. Dawson & Co COMEDY BURGLAR ACT REMEMBER-Tomorrow, Friday is Amateur Night I LECTORE ON GEOLOCy DR. ALLEN TOLD ABOUT THE BEGINNINGS AND DEVELOPMENTS OF MOUN-. TAINS MAN LARGELY RESPONSIBLE FOR FIRST COLONIAL CONFERENCE HAS PASSED AWAY Wed-bull!: nm; GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET G'lasgow, .Ian. 2S.-Watson &. Baehe-lor. cattle importers, report lighter supplies, trade still .slower with a better tone. Scotoli steers are I'jtchln,^' cents to iCi'i cents, and bulls IIV2 cents to 1:i cents. London. .Jan. 2'l -\ isconnt Kniits-ford, colonial secretary in the Salis- � bur> administration of 1H87 to 1.SII2, died today, aged Sfl. Henry Thurslan : Holland was eldest son of the famous pliysii'ian of yucen Victoria, who was made a baronet. The late Lord Knutsford hegan his career as barrister of the Inner Tem)ile, and his connection with the Colonial oflice, f.) cover in one capacity and another the greater |iart of his life, began in lH(i7 wlien he was appointed legal ad- ; viser to the Department of State, and � from lS7t) to Iti7-L was assistant un-] der-secretary. when he entered par-.liament, and was in succession (iiiau-jcial secretary to the treasury and vice-president of the educational council. In 1SS8, the year after his appointment as colonial secretary, he was raised to the peerage. This was immediately after the colonial, conference 01" 1.SS7, over wliich he presided. That was tlio first of the series of colonial or imperial conferences, and that it was held was part accidental and in part due to the energy and initiative of the deceased sta'tesnian. The opportunity was offered by the presence in London of the premiers of the various self-governing dominions, representing their countries at the jubilee of Queen Victoria. Lord Knutsford is succeeded by his son, lion. George Sydney Holland, a harrister. US .WCffEBEB IN HEART OF CITT HOTEL SAVOY SEATTLE "TnoWo Storlcfof Solid Comfort" !n tlic centre of tliiiiBt-theulrcn and stores on botli sides. Biiildini; ftliohilcli- fireproof-concrcle.btccl ana murblc, EUROPEAN PLAN-II per d.yap With Baths-&2 per dif np COLLECTIONS OF ALL KINDS WE GET THE MONEY WHEN OTHERS FAIL THE- Brown Mercantile Aiencies 103 Sherlock Building The Largest Collection Firm in the West Fineber Creek, .Ian. 27.--'l'iic rouirh in the series of l.Mtii;-.-.-; iirraii.f.ed by the department of .�vteiisioii ol' the I.'niversity of .Vllierla. lor I'iiicher Creek, was held in ih.- .Mctliodist church on Monday ..veniim. I'h,. seat, ing capacit.v of tli.^ chur.ii v.as ta.\eil to the utmost, as tliis '.'.as I lie third lecture which Dr. A\\'s One llei'erord BiiLL and oao Ilcilci', boili .1.s1- Prize Winiiei's at Calgan-.SIioav IHIM. Also a o-ood line tif niilcli coavs. cah'cs. etc. All kinds ol" siock on hand for private sale. 90 3763 ;