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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 1911. THE CANADIANiBANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LLD., D.C.L., PMMMHT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GtHEIUl CAPITAL REST. .DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES branch of The Canadian Bank of Commerce equipped lo drafta mules 6 yra old 4 geldings, 5 and 6 years old, 1 ci okgn and qulpf I nve S years old. f gelding S jears old 1 gentlemen's driving mare, 6 years old i tjl'span of dilvlng 7 sets of heavy team harneti, new. i 5 sets of double light hai ness; new. 24 horse' collars; new 4 lumber wagons, neatly new 2 heavy team drays, nearly new 2 light jockey carts. TERMS OF SALE _.J sums of and under, cash. Over that amount, 4 months credit on furnishing ap- .jiroyed notes for with vanierest.'At 8 per cent, per annum. J. X SMITH, Auctioneer Choice Farm for Sale There will be offered for sale at PUBLIC AUCTION on JULY 29th M. at (he Dallas Hotel, Lethlu-irljje situated within six mileh of quarler of 28, township 8, range 20., Every loot of this, laml is under'irrigation.- flip said farnivs all fenced. There is a lot of good hay that oaii be cut and season. ji] health I he'proprietor wishes o? the farm. x TEJnffi OF ca.h m day of sale, (lie balance in four equal animal payments, (lie lirst payment lo fall duo on 'Jtelmiary I si, 1912. For particulars, apply lo J A. auctioneer, 305 Honipas 8t. BEARISH ON CHICAGO WHEAT MARKET Chicago, Tulv million hush els of wheat were traded oh ihe Ch. cago hoard of trade today under the heaviest liquidation and most'-bearis! demonstration since the close of tin May deal Julv wheat showed a de dine of 2 14 before the close Seplember wheat fell oft two cents undei the heavy pressure Ruroois linked this activity' with the Peavy trouble. .Some said that the Pettit Peavj affali had a sensational effect on (he market. .-A vague Indefinite report invaded the offices of the op orators and even the pit itself to the effec that the bankers were'with .drawing some of their cash loans tin cash grain. The bankers denied these repoits One hanker credited wjth having loaned to a 'irm that was on the bi.l side of the.nmr ket, was said to be insisting: corset tlemeut. LIVE STOCK MARKET (Bv Rice -Whaley, Winnipeg) RecejDts, fojjie past i follows Cattle 2105, "calves hogs shfep as compaied with IWcattlc, 201 caiven, 1574 hogs and sheep for the week; previous. The expected -happened TJTester day's'liberal supply of cattle'gave the packers the fust opportunitj of price cutting they have had the past" two and the way they yielded then axes 'brought prices down.with a-thud, The biggest take off on the com mou and 'medium kinds and the bfr ferings were mostly ol that class Values on this Kind could easilyhe called BO cents per hundred lower than last week There was a good demand for some well finished steers and heifers but thej were conspicu ous by their absence Ban ing one small choice bunch of cattle'that sold for cents off car weights the top cattle sold around with the hulk of the receipts chanKlng hands at 14It to The mat ket dull and draggy from start to finish and a fuither take off is looked for as .he suppl) of common and mediVi cihrii Some Son ringe cat Lie hav e been on the market past reek, most of came direct to he packcis Those on sale sok lound ?a 2a to Jo aO Next week be ng exposition week vve would areful buvlng In the country as ve ook foi fuither price reductions We uole as follows, delivered, fed and 'atered: j iest ibiitcher steers and heifers 35 to f 5 75 air to good belcher steers and heifeis 475 to ommon butcher steers TOR MAKING SOA? FOR WASHING DISHES FOR SOnDHHG WATER ClOSmDftAfllSETC HAOC'IM 'CANADA C.W.GILLETTCQUD TOCONTO-ONT. MONTREAL CANADIANS DID VERY BADLY Blslcy Camp, July 15. In the ihoot for.-the MacKinnon Cup this afternoon Knglish and Scotch teams tird .for .each gaining a score of 557. The score ol the. Cana- dian icani'-was'5'I2, made up as fol- lows Staff Soi'st. Frccuorn, Hamil- ton '45, Pte. OlilTonl, .Toronto. '15, W. Morris, Dowmanvillc, '17 Sgt, Husseli, Ottawa, 46 Sgl. Martin, Calgary, 44 Col, Sgt. Hoclson, Cul- garv, S5 Pnv.ite Bnldy, UuniUn, oipoial Uortnuci, Quebec, Hall, Ottawa, H, Majoi CUr-i Hamilton. 14 Moms Hm- HeiWcjohn, Ottawa Plglt ,nipijg. lleiltlcjohn, OlUwa 'Ihe Indian ihoi. 522, Solilli At nca Itcl.mij Ncvv Zealand 5-17 FOSTER PAYS TRIBUTE TO CHAMBERLAIN Birmingham, July tives of the Dominion Paiiiaraent'! were; dined in the council house last night hj the Lord George D Foster, uttered a warm and eloquent: eulogy of Joseph Chamber- din and appealed to Uislm Clum- Kirlam and fellow members m parh.i- 500 and heifers 4 00 to 4 21 eat fat cow s 4 25 to I 75 air to good cow s 3 75 to 4 00 anners 175 to H 00 est bulls 3 to I 00 Common bulls 2 75 to 3 00 Best stockers and feed- on, SOO lo 1000 Ibs 375 to 4.00 Light slockerb 3 00 to 1 50 Choice milkers and Spilngers to 148 00 Common to medium Alilkers and spring- ers 20.00 to 30.00 Hog demand continues strong vet little or no change In the market quo tatlons Prices remain firm at J7 25, light cutting on roughs and stags No and on .sale .worth; mentioning Best fat sheep quotable from .to outlook uncertain. Veal calves strong at >6 to 1650 for choice kinds. ment not to run .ivvav witu tilt; ulr-a that tlioy were onlv lcgisl.iting otLj-five millions in Br. There vveic vabt unriiculate nonvm- ons overseas just as British, whose ntccests werr- bound up in most of he legislation in London nle- ipal and provincial the mpnc arena and kthcj weic for the colonies. The colonies !so m thin 'igisniion niusi ,ii- ajs hear in nnml iiie of he moihei countiv ChamliPt- llll said Dial his- iathd charged him o them how much he-regretted is lllahilil) to lake part in a wel ome whoio appealed to ,i obci union of the dominions ami the moflicr tountij lie hoped Birming- ham had heen a pioneer in the move- men! foi cmplie building anil il was Plirle lo Hun! so The citj pledg- ed its faith io overseas kinsmen as long is tlnv extended (he oiiei for closei union if vvouhi te tu Ilic iijci and nol rest un- til it was an iccomplibhed faol Ihr Pioheung Ccntennnl held rr- ccntlv, a loe; cahln 108 ed mHi heiilonins exhibited Thr citizens of St-wall nave start- ed .1 looking t" I g the government lo give aid lo the tonslructioi of ,i new transconlincntal railwaj from fetevv- ait In gililanlceing the bonds CENSUS OMISSIONS RECOUNT POSSIBLE iKrom Our Own .-'Correspondent) eal, .lulv have been a niimher of com- Plainls conre-iiing tlio taking of Iho census Individuals, !f there are en ongh of them, made ,i communitj and theie have been enough queries and complaints from citizens who wish to he lounted In' "Montieal's total but vvhom Ihe enumerators have apruient oveilooked lo (mile a rospoct le village The last addition to the evidence that Vonlieal, unless some special attention ib paid lo the mjt tor inimedlatel, will he lecordcil as having a population much snwllei Ilian is leallj the case, comes through tin- discoveiv (hat a nhoie section of M Denis numbeiing some four bundled inhabitants, WES emitted fiom the allocations made bj the en umeiatois and for tensus purposes does not ist This paiticillai ove pfsht can be conecled because it ha been hiouglit lo the attention of Ih proper how aunjT smi liai bliiudefs have theie been whic] have not been dlsroveied and will no be rectified' The day appointed fo the formil enumeration was In itsplf 'e_ajd snoVfron Jil indications, the lesults have justi the eailv nitiusms Tho exodui 'iom tho cities had faiilj set in bv the lust of anil the numbei oi Canadians, who will not be counted as, residents of Canada becaust of eally vacations musl be considerable to it the pnpulalion of a few the uiifortunalp pait of St Denla d leferied to, and the totil ra2j easilj he huge enough to be well worth consideration. Small Pickfngs-for Robbers The lecent holdup of a mail trim in which tho lo'rhcis escaped with the legistered mail is uted bj postal an thoniies heio as emphasizing the iar it) of losses of this kind TVhilt him ilieds of millions of dollars pre ported bj mail, ihe total indemnilj Paid hy the pott oflce during the picl I vcar on account of train robbene- j nai onij S7f1 Much of tile oismclm- ition on Ihp parl of the piofessiolial to inieifpre vvitii mail in transit undoubtedly is due to the repu tation vvhidi the Dominion and llounf cd Pohre have gamed of nevei lolling lip on ihe irail of a peeuliloi and of everj man who lrles_to prej upon the malls r i n i t y Col lege S C n O O h v Residential ihod! for Boys RAIN PUTS'OUT. NEW ENGLAND FIRES cnool for Boston, Mass, jal? and Healthy sUu fhe rtvlnE "lief fieaitnj situ ,a3t fire< did enormous' damage in northern New nngland The blaze which on ation. Pi buildings leproof Extensive plav grounds, laijie and Dili <-v skating rints, "ort Hope, Ont etc Boys prepaied tor the Unlveisines, !oyal Hilitary College and 5peciil attention given to iomigiii bovs Nest term begins Sept. 13. New boys must reuort Sent.. 12. For calend u md all Information ap ply to thfi Head Master. Rev OSWALD RIGBY, MA (Cam LL D., Port Hope, Ont Wednesrlaj destrosed the greater Dart of the village of South Waterloo .Maine, nas still smouldeiing last n'sht when the rain heg-sn to fall in th Afoosehead section of name the win subsided at nightfall and the file which have heen burning fiercclv many places appealed to be untie control: Kiflv-sevpn candidates wiote in Valkerlon on .the pniranee exaniina- .jons. The school hoard of Rcvelslokc, B. dpcidrd lhal llnlish flag musl, oat over the schools during ichobl ours. THEONE instrument that can he played and'.enjoyed bj every member" of the Till] VICTOH M a week (Jet one todav Mason Piano Co. Ptione 791 PITTSBURG COAL BROUGHT TO CANMORE Calgaij, to the C P R for use at Canmoie a point fiom which the Milroad IIHS bcci gelling its coal for joais, nine cars of Pittshmg coal passed throng i Cal gary two days ago, and according fo reports-received In the city today are now in the sards at Cannmrc "The cars conialn fifty long each, and-the coal was brought (o Cilg-iiy via Port William, vvhich would almost treble Us cosi before it'reached Us destina tion WILLJNVfSJIGATE CHARGES Washington DC lulv mtc investigation of Iho changes made in ihe rccommonilallon. of the board of of the clop n I ,K'iit acrlcitllme Hist Dr lluivej V, ,ev, of tho choinhiiv huieii, ptrniiltcd 10 rcaign from the gj.crn mom soivlccs, was decided upon tv Ihe house commitloe on expenditure in Iho depaitment of agriculture lu Sherlock Fire Proof Office BUg? Corner Seventh Street Third Avenue South CARDS OF OCCUPANTS FIRST FLOOR No. I. s L. C. TEEPLE Choice Groceries, and Phone 515 Store No. 3. BRITISH AND COLONIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC CO. Importer! and Dealers in Photographic Supplier Phone 4S7. Store No. t. JACKSON A COM Druggists and '.Phone 1MZ. Store No'. 4. OOW8LEY A MULHERN LAND CO. to Dewiley-Mc- Millan Land Co.) City Real Eitato-Farm Landa Phono 544....... Phone 3B3. Real Estate and Loans, .....W. 'R.''DOBBIN Phone SECOND FLOOR Office 101 A. R. E. SHERLOCK; Proprietor Offices and Safety Deposit Drawers to Rent Phone 487 Nos. 101 D-102-104-106. BRITISH COLONIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC CO. Commercial Photographers, Importers and Dralera .In, Photographic Supplies Phone 487. Suite 103. IMPERIAL -DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD. Alfalfa and Grain Growers Phone 1353 5uite'185.; JOHN R. PALMER Phone.1033 Suite 107. GEO. ANGUS 1 Snaps in Farm Lands Suite 109. CHINOOK COAL CO. J C Reid, Mjr Operating Lethbrldge Mines, Northwest Diamond City Phone 1114 Suites 111-115. STANDARD SECURITIES .jReal Estate, Etc: Phone 1291; :Sultes 117 and 119. OR J XE LOVERING Physician Surgeon X.Ray anil Electrical Machine ,Phone 1242 Suites na.and 150. H MACBETH AGENCY Insurance. Great Northern Ry. Ticket! j... .r.. Phone 654 THIRD FLOOfi Suite 201. E. E, CARVER Architect Phone 1241. Suite 205. DUFF i EDWARDS Civil Engineers and Surveying Phone 143S W. M Cdwardi, C E.D, A.L.S. D. A. Duff. C E. Suites 211 and 215, R. E. McADTHUn (A. M Can. Soc C E Civil Engineer. Plans, Su-veys and Reports Phone 1438. V ,1 Suitei 211 and 211 I H M. W.A. WHIOOINGTON Read Archlteeta Phone 1438 Suite 217. T. W. CLARK Auditing Bookkeeping and General Office Work: Un- dertaken Phone 426 Suite 217. F WADDINGTON Auctioneer, Etc Phone 429 Suite 210. CANADIAN RATE'ADJUST- MENT CO. Send us your freight bllli to ,-heck There Is money In It for you f] Phone :1Q1S; Suites 21S and 213. OSTEOPATHY L. B. MASON Representing Church, Sage, Wjll-er, Meson 4 Plummer, of Calgary Phone 1414 ;j PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE CO OF AMERICA Office 220 H I Walter, Asst Siipt Elevator Service to 6.10. Free Jauitoring, CHICAGO ELEVATORS CANT shels and balf a million ltwh ACCOMMODATE GRAIN of ivheaf is being received diilj Chicago Hi, July H-Ihe nei" corn scaicit) of elevatci room In Chicago I ifts not been equalled in many jeirsi and it IH possible that -barges nia.- jc necessary for the storage .'of gra'frj iven it private elevators tender, to he hoard of trade even: available pace. The capacity of the 00 bushels, while the public and ate elevators now holn bu- Ion.Mondaj V s r' R C' Kclls, local manager all-pit American .A bell jmonton. 'Mr Kells ejpects POLISH) Sliincs oasicsi, ictainn its jrloss and comes in the box Ask jour" grocer oi' shocmati. Good for lie WeitWr ;