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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta (r F. G. Lowes Co. Beg to annouuce that they have removed from their former offices in the Kean Block to their new suite of offices in the Balmoral Block SCHOLARS GIVEN REWARDS OF MERIT Convocation Day at Pin- cher Creek Event of Great Pleasure Plnchcr Nov. previ- ous 'years the attendance at Die an- nual school convocation here usually filled the scatlig ot till' op- LETHBRIOOE INTERESTING VISITOR MARKETS FROMTHEANTIPODES Hon. R. T. Barbour of Melbourne Visiting in City Hon, It, T. Barbour, of Melbourne i Australia, was ;i (IlBtingulBhod vial' tor in the city today. Ile'arrired yea-1 No. terday, coming from the Bust, where NO 2 j, Wo have for sale three blocks in one of tlic choicest Subdivisions in Calgary at to per' lot. Terms, 1-4 cash; balance. 6, and 24 months. R. V GIBBONS CO, ROOMS F. AND G., BALMORAL BLOCK. Phone 1191 J (r No. li Alberta Red position in a creditable manner. Till' j of age. He left last soring on a tour program which followed the chair- around the world, going first to Lon- pats per bushel man's remarks consisted ol two don, England, where lie attended tho j Hartay, NO. 3 ceremonies, continuing Barley'No'4 his trip westward to America. Speaking to a Herald reporter, the Australian gentleman said ho was choruses by the school pupils, former of which embraced a flag drill, an exceptionally good recitation by D.. S. Williams, high school teacher ed wHh entitled "nairnics, cuddle doon, Camula Ww1o hc 8ays not whicli brought down the house, and ,ldmlt Calmdll j, a colm had to be responded to with an cu- nls owlli hc tninlis Umt thig core numlier. R. H. Liggett, prm- 'colony is the most progressive part cipal of the school, also gave a well, of tiro British Empire at the present thought out address On jtime. He was not amazed at the vast the practical deductions from which j s'zo of the country, as Australia it- could not but appeal to the parents self Is a much larger place than most and pupils present, With a area The secretary of the school board, as the whole of Eu-1 dvrt" Farm Loans Fire Insurance Houses to Rent Real Estate-Business Site 75x125 ft. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE. SHERLOCK A SPLENDID INVESTMENT 2 lots on Cor. 6t.li Ave. North and 12th St. 13. North, facing north and east Price cash. Anyone looking for a.n investment has only to compare prices to convince them of the snap offered. Lethbridge Realty Go. Money To Loan On improved farm lands and city SNAPS 023 Cputts, 7 room fully modern, cash, balance to suit. 2 lots Blk. 26. Duff, facinit on Westminster Road. 1425 each. "Mot, Blk. J., cash, balance per month. Four lots (corner) on London Itoad, cash. THE C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY Aeadia Block. Phone11325. irbour looks upon it as I, -r ,i._i "e- POr CWt...... Dressed, per cwt. Poultry: Illation rapidly ,-although- not so rapidlv as that of i his remarks subject oi a advertised, as is this country, and I' i twice as W. A. Ross, towards the close o! the proceedings, gave a briet summary of; T school matters as limy existed up to not so date. In the course oi 'Mr. Ross went into the si new school for the town, slating that the namo Canada IE; heard In London the ratepayers may he prepared to a thousand times for every once that go down in their pockets, as it was Australia is mentioned, to erect a school building ot J The of the Cannd- thc r.'.ost modern anil up-to-date kind ion pedp'.B was one of the outstantl- to 1'C-itin.r and other facilities, ins features of 31 r. Harbour's trip Among'other things, he stated that through Canada. In every department a new and more.extensive site would n "s la a new be required, ami that the cost rf tho new .school, winch would h. built ire stone, would ho The The udvent of winter li materially affecting the local mirketn. A! though wheat prices are fairly wel maintained, the value ot beef has ad vanced slightly. Dairy butter IB ii] In and strictly i'reeh eggt> are a luxury. Potatoes are down In which will good news to the house wider. Prices for outs and bran are 10.19 0.70 0.70 0.60 0.51 0.44 0.74 0.70 0.65 0.5S 0.50 0.4-1 0.27 0.-I7 0.40 l.W 0.-15 i 2-1.00. 20.00 25.00 26.00 0.27 0.04 5.00 11.00 0.10 0.20 0.15 0.18 0.30 37% 0.45 Bran, per ton...... Shorts.......... Oats, per ton..... Kolk'd Oats....... J''eetl barley Cattle on the Hoof: Steers, per Ib....... C'ows, per 1h....... Hogs: Dressed, per Jb..... Chicktns Fowl Ducks Geese, per Ib Butter Dairy butter few years. With I the vast'junount of land not yet un- scliool, hc thought, would be built In :der cuuivation, and with inmimer- 1913.' Even now, he said, it might !able other resources barely touched, become necessary lo rent premises for j country stands ,out, ahead all some ol the classes in the business or other part of the town. A i one juncture in- the program the chairman made 'tho following presen- tations Standard VI1. Main. Fciitoa J. Trick. other countries of the world as a land of possibilities. Conditions Changing Speaking, of his own country, Jir. Vegetables: Potatoes, per cwt. Potatoes, per cwt. ton Ueets, per Ib....... Carrots, per Ib. Turnips, per Ib.. Cabbage, per Ib: Onions, per- Ib..... Celery, per Ib....... Parsnips, per Ib Hay: 1.00 to 1.00 to 1.60 to 30.00 0.02 0.02 1 0.0 0.02 0.10 0.03 Harbour said that conditions are .rap-1 Cultivated hay, in bulk 14.00 to 10.00 idly changing there, a'lso, and they Geo. Angus. F. E. Shantz, would in a Very1 few years present a Standard Ramsay, Don- jomich better account, than they could at present. The droughts, which have always been a source of menace to their agriculturists are becoming more and more rare, and all manner of means are being followed to over- come them. The two principal meth- ods are irrigation and conservation of moisture. Geologists are playing an Important part in bringing about this A gieat many of their aid McLeod, James Maxwell, Dor- othy Cox, L. Dempster. Standard VI. Ramsay. Standard V. Medals Marjory Wright. Scholarships to Standard to K. Main, to'F. Trick', present- ed on condition .that the winners at- tend the Xornial school. The orchestra was present and as Feed: Oats, sacked, per ton Bran, per cwt............. Bran, per ton 2-1.00 Shorts, per ton 24.00 Crushed oats, per ton Rolled oats, per SOlb. Feed wheat, per cwt. Hides; Green, per Ib. Cured............. Sheep, pelt, each rivers have underground outlets, and Lamb skins usual made matters decidedly pleas- the geologists find these so that the Shearlings nt with the high class music they people may drill artesian wells, thusJHorse hides, green rendered, one, feature of the musical, setting up 'reservoirs all over the Horse hides, dry program being .warmly received by ''country. From these reservoirs, the ,Horse hair, mane and tail, per Ib 0.25 hc audience, when V. 0. Smart gave laud is and the farmer may j Note_AVhile oats are quoted at 27c 0.08 0.10 to 0.16 0.-10 to 0.60 0.25 to 0.40 0.15 to 0.25 1.00 to 2.00 0.75 to 2.00 AUCTION SALE of Farm Stock and Implements on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20 AT 11 O'CLOCK AT THE FARM OF J. C. Hemm, 24-11-22, near ALBION RIDGE HORSES One) Percheron 8 years old, about 1700. One Marc, wt. 1700, age 7. One Mure, weight 1500, age I' years. One mare, weight 1200, age 8 years. Two 3-year old Fillies, about 1200 Ibs. One Mare. 6 years, weight about 1000 Two 2-year old Fillies. One yearling Gelding, weight about SOO Ibs. Two Fillies, rising1 2 years old. Two young Colts, coming yearlings. All mares supposed to be in foal., IMPLEMENTS One Massey-Harrls Binder, 8 ft. cut. 3 Wagons, Mandt. Two Discs, one Oockshutt, ono Dcering. Set Blacksmith 4 Bundle-Rucks. One Sulky Plow. One Harrow, 32 ft. Ono Heavy Packer, bell System, nearly neir. i C sets of Double Team Hu> ness. One set Single HarneM, new. shlnglen. About 30 Tons Wbemt About 100 Posts. Two Peerlesi Incubaton; Brooder, good aa new. One Reeves Engine, 22 h. p., cross compound. One Aultmau Taylor Separa- tor. One set Plows, 10 bottom, John Deere Engine Gang. Complete Household and Kitchen -Furniture. And a number of other artf> cles too numerous to tion. TERMS OF sums J10 and under, cash; orer that twelve months' credit on furnishing approved joint notes or bank- able paper, at 10 per-cent, per annum; or 10 per cent off for cash. No reserve. LUNCH TO BE-SERVED AT NOON. J. C. HEMM, Proprietor. j. A. SMITH, Auetionwft 'Ere'i to you, Fuzzy Wuzzy, you are a fighting Kipling. For his dauntless courage and daring, Kipling likes the Arab. He is lovable, because he lov- es his horse. After a long and trying journey on the des- ert, he attends to the wants of his steed before his own. No doubt he would consider himself lucky, could he pro- vide the fine fodder-how to be had In Lethbridge at less than the cost of the miserable stuff that -was sold last ye-ar. I am closing: out the cele- brated Barrie Buggies and Wagons, clieap for cash, or will exchange for hay or grain. HAY, GRAIN A FEED Wholesale Retail J. C. Haiirahan Phone 349 Athletic Park a cornet solo with orchestra accom- l'raw his water i for othw Angus Shantz ROOM 116 SHERLOCK BLDG. 1 milas Crom Stirling; crop payment. Price... 1 of Warner; crop payment '10 ROOM NEW MODERN HOUSE'FOR RENT OR will exchange on farm lands. .11 1-2 ACRES B. C. FRUIT city of will exchange for city property. LIST YOUR PHOPERTY WITH have buyers. 5 furnace; on two lots with stable, on 13t.li St. South In this way, large tracts land, whicli were considOTecl .are .being reclaimed. Intensive Farming This change is leading -to mixed S of paniinent of "The Lost Chord." This was one of Urn best efforts of liic kinil heard in ihe opera house for a long time One of the chosing i'ealures of the convocation was the presentation to Largc trnots oE the successful winners of the prize o( thousillKl3 ot which were monies offered by the agricultural so- formerly held by one man, are being cie'ty at the fair for compositions of. bought up by the government, and various natures by school pupils. hundreds flf families idaceci upon The gathering dispersed with the tl-em in place of one. By an inten-, singing of the national anthem. sive system of agriculture they are j A fresh fall of snow, commencing often able to pay for the land in two Saturday night and continuing all or three years, althoush tire govern- through Sunday, knocks the bloom oil ll'onl and the hopes that a more moderate tem- perature is at hand. During the lilt local dealers are iraable to buy them 3J WINNIPEG LIVE STOCK MARKET Review by Rice 4 Whaley for Week Ending Nov. 11 Receipts for the past week and pre- vious week: Cattle Calves 4787 407 10SS 1723 3G29 383 550 23-13 Light Stackers...... 3.25 to 3.75 !hoice milkers arid springers........ 45.00 to 55.0Q Common to medium nilkers and springers 25.00 to 35.00 The hog market this wsek has been 'ather uneven and prices have ranged from 7.50 to 7.75. Receipts are light and the packers are getting the ma- jority of their supplies from the east. Best vea's strong at 5 to G cents. Best lambs 5 to 5.50; best sheep 4.35 to 4.75. SOCIAL CONDITIONS AND EQUAL SUFFRAGE English Speaker Tell. Wo- men'i Low Drivel Them to Vice leu part of thu week the cold has been very intense, from 15 down to; mnkc a" tholr "W1 Thls meUlod ot ,anditog.ctlrer wilh a Mon policy, is bringing Australia to The Alberta SACRIFICE 320 acree irrigated land, 5 inNes from Lethbridgo per acre. PHONE 1245. ,BALMOKAL BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE. front verv and K 26 below zero being recorded in some of Canada, among instances. The absence of Mr. colonies of Great Britain. on another tour to other parts of Darliour said that he was de- the world, prevents an accurate gov- lighted with the cold weather he, hud crnmciital record of the temperature' found In Western Canada, as with the being procurable. But we all feel tho exception of a few days here, he knowinf would Evidence to show that, the Whlto I'ass and Yukon Railway maintftins a secret robnte fund may bo offered be- fore the Hallway Board at Ottawa on Koiwmber 15. It has been found tint tho late Rich- ard Portlngmlo Smith, of Strathroj left fivu wills, .which will likely er tail considerable lltigition, and the ostnte totals ovw cold, nevertheless, without the exact degree of temperature. The Madam Sherry company put tip ja delightful musical comedy :it the opera house on Thursday night to a good-sized audience. The Allen play- ers nnd a minstrel company arc also hooked to nppear here during the present month. The -Methodist choir from here gives n concert at I.undhrcck on ;Fridny DYSPEPSIA TABLETS have had three consecutive summers. Ho left Australia In tho summer, spent the summer in England and will roach Australia on his return trip just as the summer season is cqnimcncint; once more. The Gospel of Cheer f Stratford Beacon.) Don't be slow at offering a word of praise to those deserving. Tell the, Sheep......... had quite an increase in the receipts of cattle this week but in- cluded among these were about 2000 i that were direct to local and eastern largo mlmbore bociluse can pack-ers, leaving about, 2800 on sale WESTMINSTEB ROAD Lots 9-10-11 and 12 Block "W" S450 Each. Terms 1-3 cash, bal. 3-6-9 mouths. See H. J. H. Skeith Phono 1343 Opp. Alexandra Hotel Flax Seed L For Sale SACKED W.R.DOBBIN 510 7th St. S., LETHBRIDGB Agent for A vary A Stum Plowing Engines, niglit in aid of the Anglicans at that pastor ho preached when he oes; "encourage the school teacher lace.- ?n spite of tiie heavy roads .there when he or sho is doing their best was a big crowd of farmers in town for tho education of your son and on Saturday. daughter; speak approvingly of Threshing operations may he said We who lead In what IB for tire gener- to he postponed indefinitely Rood of tho community and cheer this district. For serving Intoxicating liquor with sandwiches o nSnnday to men who were not boim-flda guests at the re- spective hotels, four Montreal hotel- keepers have eaoh been fined and costs. SMMAGun Alnpn cnrea the "25 Tor tliu noble and Uie true. This old world could be delightfully brightened up If everybody undertook to scatter smiles and sunshine. Cut out'the 111- nnturcd fmrtt-findfng, the selfishness and the and try tho bet- ter method of getting your shoulder to tho wheel. Prafso the good: oppose everything tbnt ]s wrong in itft tend- ency; cultivate Mic helpful and hope- ful, and thereby nlrt in nn optimism llmt will have for its object tho con- uuoring of the world. Our market this week has been active and all the deoirnble good kill- ing cattle have sold strong. There hag been a good demand from local packers and but few cattle have been bought by eastern shippers. There has been a lack of choice finished cuttle and sonic of this class are wanted. The shippers who can get in aome good well finished steers and heifers within the next two weeks, will surely find a good outlet for them. There has been hut one bunch of cat- tle here the past week good to sell for over 5 cents. Tho bulk of the best butchers sold from -MO to 4.75 with the medium kinds around 4.2IJ to -1.35. Common stuff has sold fairly wfcH at around 3.50 to 3.75. There is a good demand for choice milkers and springers. We quo'to as follows, delivered, fed and watered: Chofc'j export steers i and heifers to Fair to good export steers and heifers -i.fia to -1.85 Bflst butcher steers nnd heifers........ 4.75 to 5.00 butcher steers heifers Philadelphia, Nov. are iing driven into the ranks of ecnial -ti. suffrage "advocates in Increasing" s snouid things that brtnj longer bear to feel themselves respon- -'lyr'and he alwaJTB 'en- luiigvr uuiir 10 iiiemseiveB respon- nnat, t it. "t j Bible for industrial eonditions wUch aggravate the social evil ,unti! It has himself is employed. become ii sore that is eating oiitith-e i government is the largest em- heart of civilization, according'1 to of labor, and is the wont of- Mlas Maude A. Hoyden, of Oxford, Kngland, who addressed an audience of 200. including several men, in fender, aa regards low wages for wo- men. We women are joining In tho suffrage movement because we win New Century Drawing Room, on "Wo- "9 longer be responsible for Condi- 4.35 to 4.G5 Corn, butcher steers and belt'ors-... Best export cows Best butcbflr cows Medium butcher cows Canners........... 3.00 to it bulls 3.25 to Common bulls 2.75 to Bnat stookcra and seders.......... 4.00 to to to -1.00 to 3.75 to 4.50 4.00 3.50 3.00 4.-10 men's Wages and the Vote." Tbe meeting; was held under the aus pieca of the county branch of tho Pennsylvania Equal Suffrage League. Miss Jloydenwas introduced by Mias Jane Campbwl, president of State body. Her appearance was in direct coiitrant to that of the suffragette of the comic supplement, both as con- corn-C'd hcvr appearance and attire. Her voice, also, was more like that of a trahitd actress than of a public aR- itator. She is a lecturer of the Ox- ford UniversHy Extension doIegateB. Sbc was educated-at that institution, biit not graduated, ns no woman may a degree at that-university. Her apeech was the first she has made in this country. She said: "Women in England are allowed to ppin. weave, bake or brow, BO long as they do it in their own homes, but they are forbidden xo perform the same work In factories, although an Industrial revolution, in which they bad no baud, baa matte spinning, weaving, baking or brewing til home a waste of time. "Xo nation can support half its population In id lone as. If women arc not to work, the burden will be too great for men to .that they have over shown any Inclination to! V tlons that make our government yanderer to vice. We can no longer experience any satisfaction In our virtue, maintained at the expense of some OIK) else atarvfld into sin, "Women all over the world are re- sponsible for the condition of their less fortunate sifters, whether Ig- norant of those conditions or not, for thtey can know if they will." 2 lots corner 2nd 5t and 5th EL, for 1000.00 each. A lot and a half, next to with or without shack, special figures, 2 corner lots, Duff, well located, for each. Small house, 0 lots, for I1700.0A The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock BIdg. 7th Stml ;