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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, yovembcr 0,1012 TTTF. T.ETnBl^TI>f^r. PATLY HER ALP Wo are Bpoclatly orgAQl/cd nnd equipped for tbe Adrninistration of Elstates aticcp for the iicevious ulative endowments, these invest- j week. There has been quite an increase iu tho receipts of cattle this week and tlie market the opening three days was very slow and draggy with prlc- aiid i^'c advise buying accordingly. The calf market has also taken , a*| big slump, fully $1 per hundred 'in the last week. The best heavy calves are selling from 5.25 to 5.75 with a few very choice at 6 cents. Comnwn calves 1.50 to 5.00.* No change in the sheep and lamb market. per, 50; H. Gray, 55; J. Maxwell, 50; R. Armstrong, 49; A. Morgan, 40; C. Cook, 35; C. Sherlock, 20. Grade X. History.-M. Hunt, 92; H. JohuBOu, 74; C. Prlee, CO; J. Wood, 66; J. Pipes, 58; M. Marrs, 54; Q. Watson, 51; K. Virtue, 49; M. Rlcli-ards, 48, monta to go to th� borrower in lo-calities where the rate ot interest is high in view of the scarcity of money, and for the rapid upbuilding of communities. This company will no doubt become one of the foremost financial iustltu-tions In Canada, as it is the object of the corporation to first cover the Dominion, afterwards the United States, and within four months a branch office will be opened in London. Tho directorate is composed of men who have a reputation for integrity and well known to the public of Alberta, which gives nn assurance that the manner in which the company's business will be conducted will he safe, sound, conservative and at the snmo time progressive. Mr, Torranco states that he will make good on any ciuestlon concerning the operations of tho company FOUND . IN RAINBARREL Christmas Sailings FROM HAUFAX The fast Turbine Express Stonmers of. the Royal Line, tailing ehortest route to London and Continent, sail from Hallfais follows: ROVAU EDWARD  et been officially eatimated, but it la probable ; at least thirty or forty thousand men fell. It will be noticed that the fishting: i is getting closer to Constantinople, which ia only aeventy milea from T^horlU; Adrianopie is still holding out. iosity, lost his balance, and fell in. Though the searchers hiwl passed and up tile sides of the barrel through cur- na-passod the barrel many times, none had thought to look In It, until an uncle of the lad chanced to'pasa by and was horrified byi the discovery. gate of $750,000, have been filed in | ^^^^^ ;,p strong especially so tho Federal Court for the Southern I ^^j^^ ^g^i i,i,oico kinds. Common district of West Virginia, against non-resident officers of tho United Mine Workers oC America, and in the Circuit Court of Kanawha county ag yearlings and two-year-olds are not wanted only at very mean prices, Wo quote as follows, delivered, fed and watered :-Prime steers, 1300 lbs. ainst local officers of the miners' un-jup, 5.75 to 6.00 ; choice steers, 1150 iou by coal companies, whose mines to 1300 Its., 5.50 to 5.05 ; test butcU-wera closed toy a strike in the Kan- or steers ajid heifers, 5.25 to 5.50 ! awha coal fields. The plaintiffs fair to good butcher steers and heif-cUarge uulawf;al Interference with theieFS, 4.60 to 5.00 ; common butcher ..... ' steers and heifers,- 4.35 to �4H0 ; gopo Qperatiou of their mines, iutimida tioa bm mjaere and destnictlon of property. WANT MORE TIME Ottawa, Nov. S.-Tho Alberta Eull-way (uhI Irrigation Co. will apply to Parliament for an Act extending Its time in which It may construct its linos of rallwiik;v�ii already authorlned. to choice butcher cows, A;75 to 5.00 ; medium cows and theUers 4.00 to 4.50 ; common cows, 3.00 to 3.50 ; best bulls, 3.75 to 4.00 ; common to medium bulls, 3.00 to 3.50 ; best tcod-!crs, 1000 Ihs. up, 5.00 to 5.25; good fectlera, 000 (6 1000 H.s., 4.75 to 5.00 ; host stockors, 4.60 to 4.75 ; li;i;ht ;ilocl;crs, 1.25 , to_ 4.40 ; best uillkurs and springers, $60.00 to Suits or Overcoats made to your individual measure from the finest of woollens, from  $18.00 up D^-The Tailor's 406 Fifth Street South �Phone 1666 ;