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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TITF, LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, November 18, 1013 I Use a Want Ad.--SelcfQm Fails-Costs Little MARKETS .LOCAL CHAIN MARKET.1 Xocal markets went i cents ovrr Saturday's prices, the rise oc- casioned' by continued mild Today's prices. Xo. 1 Northern No- 3 Korlhftn No. 3 Northern Xo. -I Xorttoa No. 5 Northern Xo. 1 Ked Xo. a.Rtd Xo. 3 Ked No. 4 Ked Xo. 5 Red WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK Man., Nov. C.lMl. stockyards there was a fjir deuiatd batchers' cattle. Prices ur.ctujfd for all grades A bunchts realized top quotations, the bulk choice cows and heifers to. S5-M cc-tumoa cows 52.75 :o S3.50: best bulls Sl-25 to 54.50 jpst ferifrs ccst stecifrs.J4.75 to 55.50 best milkers ap'n spongers 555.00 to STO.OO; com- mon to medium milkers and springers MO 00 to S15.00. Calves Choice calves SC.Qi) to heavy good calves 55.50 1o 56.00. peil J up and Anlweip j up. Open Close S5 S3f SSJ 90V 35 331 37j SU Nov. Julv.................... .Oats-' .N'or..................... Dec..................... Slav.................... 'Flax- Nov. 1.151 1.13} Dec............................ 1.15} 1.131 1.33} 1.31 CASH PRICES Xo. 1 Nor................... Xo: 3 Xo. 3 Xor, Winter Xd.3 Oats- Xo. 3 No. 5- C. W................. Kx. No. 1 Feed Xd. 3 Xo. r.........'.................. I-Vcd X6V 1 N. W. C........... MINNEAPOLIS >Iav.................... JiilJ CHICAGO Dec............................ May S3 SSi S9r sn 33 i 371 8U 32j -SI] 311 3U 331 331 43 10 38 1.13t S2J 82} 8lj 87J 89J 89 85i 85J 90} 1 PROPEUTY FOR SALE j TOR modern houses. 4 to S rooms, close lu, {2.000 to each. All easy terms. Singing canar- ies tor sole. Also two modern houses to rent. 1252 4th Avenue North. T. Kennedy, owner. S Classified Columns) o ;o S5.50. tiojs SS.03 roughs and leavies JG.PO stags 2J Word) .25 cents an Insertion, 6 Insertion! for the prlci of Itltt Must I'C Paid In Advance 7 i SITUATIONS J Men asa wora.-a to learn burbar trade; no "experience neces- sary. vreeks conjrlciea; tools and catalogue free. PJsity ot 6V" Jnand tor -graduates. '.Write today. Molor Barber -College.'' Calgaiy. Centre, C general assUtant for nieat and Glas- spring larats 56.30 Jl.OO; choice'kill iDS sheep f-3.00 tor small ._.. famiiy. Phono 423 or call at 1236 Ave. S. S TOLD PITEOUS TALE Orphan Children Live Like Animals "In the.Wootis. ..Montreal, SOT. pitiful case of hunger acd destitution was un- covered Yesterday by Eraile Leonard, M.' P. for' Laval county, -when he discovered four little children living like animals at St Rose. Their mo- ther, Mrs. Palestine Mayer, died last summer. The children, who were found ic tatters arid rags, told Mr. Leonard a harrowing "Ever since the death of my moth- declared little .Celesline, a bright 11-y'ear-old boy, "we have managed to eilst ori crusts of bread and water My little brothers, Albert, 10 years old; Hector, S; and Josephat, 6, visit- ed the picnic' grounds at Ste. Rose every, day aad picked op all the crusts ahd Mis'oE food left by parties. Dur- ing the warm months we managed to live very well, hut since the cold wea- ther set Ijj: llllle fooJ and no fire. were 'all-ri long as mother "sras Leonard Immediately notified the citizens the village, who sup- plied the with clothing ot every description, as well as food. The children n'jre brought to the city by the officials ot .the Society for the Protection ot Women and Children. Judge Choqueite was notified and the children will be placed In a chart- able institution. An effort will bs made lo.find tie. father. WANTED Young girl living at home o assist in during the Say. One in vicinity of- employment preferred. Apply 'in afternoons, or evcnlnss at 1121 4th' Avenue South. 12th St. i on firm or -a. ranch, by man and wKe. Mnn thor; oughly eiperieiiced In handling horses or cattle. Apply Boi 51, Herald of-. flee.' Position us. one who tnows city 'Best 'ol references. Apply' p. o. Bos 215, City.--- a young, married, maa FOR quarter Motion 214 mlies from station Id good locality, fenced; 155 Mrw under cultivation; food huyie. barn and granary. Pur- chaser ctn mince own terms. Will consider exchange for othtr property. Bok 17, litraid. 255-6 FOR new modern 7 roomed, home on Jlli feet facing east. Easy terms or bargalu for good each payment. Apply owner 645 14th Street South: LAND FOE SALE FOR f L. Keel, 274-0 Ship Your Grain Limited Jlembers Wianlpts Drain Wlnnlf.g Ltlhbrldj. For prices phone 1714, Lets. bridge, or writa f. 0. Box 218 Office Royal Buiidir.f, MONUMENTS If you arc considering' the purchas- ing of a moiiQir.ent, see us before you decide. Best slock, best de- signs and best prices: Letr.bridge. Menumentai Works, j 3Jh Si. South. R. Heeds, Manager. THE LARGEST TRADE UNION IN THE WORLD The German Metal Workers Union, the largest and one of the most cen- tralized unions in the world, have re cenll? published their annual report for 1312, from whicn-the following interesting figures are burrowed: TO moving east will iell furniture of a-five roomed-cot- age, close In, gao in house. Purchaser las option of renting, possession any line, }20 per nionth. Apply .652 Sth jt 3.. TO the Corinaughl Man sions, comfortable furnished single room with hot and cold water, everj convenience. Also very modern fur nhhed suite of rooms in the Victoria Mansions. Apply to Office- Third Ave Male members Femats members Juvenile section 1911 1512 Total membership S1S.145 551.54 In tte year .under review the en trance lets amounted to weekly subscriptions to and miscellaneous to Alio- gether On an average 49.01 weekly subscriptions were paid by every member. Tho following sums -were allotted to members in the Hit year: Travelling' benefit sick pay, reinov al allowances, untmptoymen strike riy, victimization pay, burial al lowanccj, legal protection tola! amount spent on bene tlU The total funds al tb end of the year amounted to 519. Michigan Central Railway re- ports 500 poles lerellel between St Thomas and Kargo, while the Wahash 300. down between St. Thomas and Giencoe. TO BENT. th Street South', St. South, citr- 0 Miscellaneous For Sale L ccat. Owner may iave same bv" calling'al Herald Of- fice. 283-Ox FOR good sheep, 1S50 breeding ewes, OxfoVdairsn CpUwold ?rice J5.50 per'head. Apply 11. j. Mll- er, Wilson Siding.' Phone R. 602. FOR SALE-Lady'a Irish tweM.mo- tor coat, fur-lined throughout, BMT- er storm collar, cuffs. Nearly "rieir, sel for Seen evenings. 27J avenue South. FOR tha 5-year old przie winning Shetland sUlljoa fony', bas taken 1st prizo for i years over all Shetland stallions shown against him 'rpm Alberta and SASliatchewan, and second prize as Children can-ride or drive him. Price 'or harness-and saddle', J250 cash. -Apply T.'fit.-.-Hutfs- Hoom 10. Alberta Block. _J DR. OSTEOPATHg J 1. L. 8. Phyr 3lclan, member ot Col. Phys. and Sur., Alberta; Suite 316-lS Sherlock bids. Phono 14U. At Jledlclne "atMondaj-. Wednesday Friday. MASSAGE UNDERTAKING 1 8. Director, and Kmbilmer; also agent for Eonwrvllle- md Granite Worka, of Calgary. Ofnce. opposite Court House. 'Phono ttl; deoce ISi 7th Ate, 3. ftoat Open 'day act night._________ 6. Y. Director, IT censei! EmbaJmcr; (Lady attendant when desired) Uonnaa block, 401 Znd Are. S. Phone'lSOJ; Bleat s: day. SURVEYING r. HAMILTON, Alberta JLand' Surveyor; tlon ar.rl Hydraulic Englnter. Room I and Block. V.o. Uoi CftT. Phone 1042. DUFF A EDWARDS M. Ed- warde. B.A.Sc., Dominion and Al- berta Land Surveyor; Don'aM A. Duif, blue print- ing, civil engineering anil Uhd eur. Its Sherlock Building. Lelhbrldae, Altz. d-lt JIUSIC SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED illss K. May Jlolmes, graduate, ot the Pennsylvania Orthopaedic Insti- tute, Medical ilassage aod Gyinnas- llos, (Swedish) Electrical Vibratory and Therapeutic Ujht Treatments. Electrolysis and Shampooing Treat- ments given b'y appointment only. Phone ]710, Room Hall Hlort. Y1AVI MRS. W. H. ol Piano. Harmony and Theory. Ten years experience. Primary and ad- vanced pupils prepared for lions. 512.59 a term. Studio G13 15th SI re el south. Miss ETHEL COHYBEARE F.T.C.M. PUao and Theory; Bludlo, lioom 2, above ths Bhermnn (late Morris) Theatre. ORLANDO of Piano; Harmony and Theory. Lessons glv- en in Shorlhar.a. Apply 1404 7th Avenue North, Lcthbrldgc. Remington pump with leather case. Finder please leave at Herald Office and re- ceive reward. sti LOST-rGentlemaii'B large gold watch engraved case; initials J. attached to gold lapel chain. Reward for re- turn to Herald office. 3 man's gold locket, large in- itials A. XI. n. on came: very lib- eral reward glren if returned to A. M. DoFale'y, Sherlock Blocfc Ladles' Bllrer -witefi E55 chain; wlti old fashioned liultoa. be- tween Slh and 13th Slreets, on Olh venue'south. Finder return to 903 Sth Ave. S. Central School, gentleman's gold ring, Owner can have By proving property, at Her'aU- office. 2-year-old filly mare, branded'rtR, elft shouder. reward. Alao black Percheron fltud same brand. 'A reward of J5 offered for In- formation leading to recovery. George Alto. LETHBRIDOE V1AVI The. natural tcsie treatment .for nervousness, etc. 1110 3rd Ate. South. Houn 5-S p.m. dally and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. cr by ap- pointment. Phone 1S99. Manager, MfB3 E. S. Coo'rf. G. H. Plaoo Tunor. 12r3 Sixth Avcm A. South. Phont 1163. NURSING M Ult-loa dlt- trlct Trork; obstetrical, medical and emergency. Offlco befora 9 a.m., 1-3.30 p.m.; evening 6-7. 1414 7th Ace. S.' .Phone 123S. PRIVATE PRIVATE HOSPITAL rUartem'i HocptUl Maternity Home 1D44tti Al S. Phone 146. TIM WIMPOLE PRIVATE HOSPITAL tor and Maternlt emito. Graduate lili Superintendent, 1S24 7th ATe.-Miiih.' Phone 1313. T.ethbrliiga. FOR a head. L-. Felger, Jlagrith. FOH head of thorough- bred two-year-old racis, 2 4-year old Merino rams. 15 winter Merino rams, 1 A 1 Australian sheep dog and three pupa. Wrlto or phone to Oeo. U. Snapp, Warner. FOR the town of Hlllcrest Alia., a pool room acd bowling al- ley. Proprietor has to leave tom-n and roust Bell. Good opportunity to buy good paying business.'-' Apply Toay Leo, BeHevue. Alia. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS Lelihrldge pro- pprtj- owners, list your lots with us for sale. We have buyers. Call'or phone R. V. Gibbons Co., Balmoral block. Phono 1151." Office open Sat- urday evenings. WANTED We want second hand men's clothes. XVrlte us. H will pay you. Box IS.. City P. O. DENTAL DR. M. J. graduate of Boyal College of DenUl Surgeons Toronto, and bolder ot a Dominion Dental certificate. Office: 6, llryaa block. Phona 1071. DR. 0. J. COURT glad uate of. Northwestern University, Chicago. 111. Offlco hourai 9-12; 1-5. Rooms 11 and 12. Macdonalj Block DBS. MARRS AND Auccessors to Dra, Stewart and Clure. Hours 3 to S; Office, Hit Icbotham Block. Phone 374.' TOR REXT quarter section cloee in. Part in alfalfa and In good order for gardening. Apply Box 103 Herald offce. 281-y _ TO RENT For Tinier monthsfTurrP ished house, 403 12th A: 3., JiO.OO a month, snap. 6 FEED FOR oat hay in sheaf, excellent feed for hordes or cattle, delivered in the city for per ton; alfalfa, SI2: timothy, Galvln. Balmoral block. City. Board and room, lady; room must be comfortable. Prefer- ence convenient to the car line. PhonVi and rl Office. TO RENT A fully modern bungalow, In Strathcona court. Apply C. B. Bow- man Agency. 282 6 TO In, fully modern six roomed house. In good condition. Also eight roomed soml-rf.odern corner house, for rent. Apply 429 13th St., or Phone 530. OFFICES TO Beat located ofncea in the city. All modern conven- iences, Union Bank'of Canada Build- Ing. further Information apply to G..R. Tinning Manager. PRIVATE SALE- of household elfcclj, 'orderly property of E. T. Gait, Esq., Including handsome oak furniture, larse old oak skJebbard and hook case, pictures, glass, china, elc.1, will Lake place Thursday, Friday and Sat- urday, from 10vto 6.30 at Hiss Blag- aurn's rooms, second- floor, C. P.-R. bulletin j, 207 7th Bt. S.; evening by ap- polnlinent; 'phone 659. -.Old-timers, get a remembrance ot the man who TO rooratd house on 1210 Znd avenue soiith. Apply Mrs. D. 0. McKay. 310 3rd Ave. S. TO or can be used as garage. Phone 1021. plx fully mod- ern house, decorated. 811 Sth Ave. S. 1 five roomed nth St. 9. Apply 813 Sth Avenue South. 285-5 TO roord In priv- ate home, very close In. Single t'.O or for two. Hreakfant If desired. CUTTING DOWN ADVERTISING TO SAYR MONEY: IS LSKESTOPPING A CLOCK TaSAVETIME 517 Cth St. S. TO furnished rooms in private family, jlo per month. An- ply to 277 7lh A1 rooms in fully modern house, opposite location, one-half- block made Lethhrldge. 6 FOR .nf fine ram lambg, Lleccater and Merino blood, suitable for breeding purposes.'- Pros- pective buyers may see this herd al any time. Address all communlca- lior.s to J. R. SfcKay, Dayton, Al- berta. sell t. small quantity of household furniture-. Apply to-4-57 20th SL N. Will sell separately if re- quired. fSHRBp'rOR the farm of H. W. jvtrle, south of Monarch, about 1000 good ewes, flrat class breeders or feeders. Will be sold In' ariy quan- tity; cheap for cash. Apply to V: M. Wright, P. 0. Monarch. desired. Box 52, Herald I BOARD AND ROOM BOARD AND nOOJJ COB- venlenco. ute of place: K vtr week, iltlly S3i-7th SI.-S-, 12S8. TENDERS WANTED DR. E. O. SIMMONDS, Dentist, men: ber. ot Koyal College of Surgeons lErir I Licentiate Royal Collect o Physicians (London) L. D. s, Houra: 9-12; 1-S. 6-8, CM' DBcn block. THE LETHBRIDGE IMPERIAL OR. for dances for season. Any number of pieces stiplCed. Violinist, J. B. hell, pianist, R. Needs. Box- 494; Dions 1557. PIANO TUNING AUCTIONEER W. L. inoV city, licensed auctioneer. Salea of al) kinds conducted on terms. Live atock and farm tnlet ijwclalty. Office at tie Wilson Furniture Co., 404 13th SL. North. Fhone Residence 615. Downtcvrn office at the Wevburn'Realty Co., Phone 1173. FRANK 17 years', experience; your sale In the way that gets tbb money. Phones 463 and 1418. Hea: Eonable Goods received for oals or auction] WESTERN SUPPLY AND EQUIP. MENT CO., LTP., Corner 3rd Are. nnd 4th St. Wholeaalo Mine, Railway, supplloa; packtns, belting, valves, pipe fittings, Trire.rope and fittlncs; barb wire, fancy brlclc, wal. trproofing, expansion shields, Etora fronts, Rlaaa. Phone 1044. FURRIER DAVID remodelled, cleaned and dreBsed. Fine stlef: lion of latest styles. At the Bent- Icy'Co. ELECTRICIAN W. L. McKENZIE I CO., Electrlc.il dealers and Contractors. Phoni 637. 706 Third Ayenue South. For Sale or Exchange from Dominion Block. prc-rcrred. Apply 701 South. Young men 5lh Avenue TO IlBNT Furnished rooms, one room double bed, per month; one. flnglo bed, per fully modern house. No. 423 4lh St. Close In. 267-6 MONEY TO LOAN IfONET TO well ImproT. cd farin lands. Loan" iod Inttatracnt AlkYU (Mid- Ins. Sth St. Sonlh. Phona 1214. JIONBY TO Imprfli-ed farm and city prapcrty, B. I'oal Co., Hoom 5, Martonald bllt., Phorie 610. Boi 043. mato a specially of oxclnnglrij properlles atiyrrherc. If your properly U for deal, see tnd at once. Commission reMonable. Phone 721. Wrlto or call US Sherlock Build- Ins. D. L. Iflmb.ill. -Reglna, Nov. 4th 1313 Tenders for the supply of- tons of coal for the.city ot Hegina Power House, will be received by the City Commissioners up until noon of December, lat, 1S13. Tenders will be rciulred to give analysis of coal In percentages of: Volatile combustibles, Fixed carbon." Sulphur Mojfiiuro Ash. nnd slate the B. T. per pound; alto guarantee that coal supplied on contract will he eq.ua! In II. T. U. per and percentage of ash to the statement given la tender. Price to he F. 0. 0. point of ship- menl Vltfi freight rate to Itcglna stat- s. Coal to he supplied In quantities as at about 2500 tons per month and supply to commence December 16lh, 1513. Tender to be accompanied by a marked cheque for 3 per cent ot the amount of lender price. Further particulars may be oblalned trom E. W. .Bull, Superintendent ol Light and {'owcr DenaTlmcnl, Regina PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited P. R. Freight Sheds f Otfica 1163 PHONES J Office 462 I Btabltl '064 SALE OH EXCIMNOB Two choice residential lots, clear title, (or email houec or cottage. Apply D. Kirtvball, 11? Sherlock Building, Phone 721. FOR First class macfc ine tiuElneis including about .J1500 to 12000 worth of repairs. Will ex- change for quarter stction ,01 iariiJ, Apply L. 11? Sherlock Phone 721.- TO have 5 acrci.. (flubdlvlded) close to cur Cal- title. .Will, enchtnsei for revenue producing', rtropcrly fn bridge. Phone. 287-0 Baak. TO fiEMT COTTAGE Fully modern, 6th avonus S., close in. Phono 643. C. C. Pagneulo NUT COAL Lump, also -Mine Run, Ton or Car Load Lott. NEW BARNES MINE PHONE 1474 C, O. a Canadian Pacific-Railway Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1 386 Careful and Prompt PONY EXPKESS Ofllc-i 408) A PHOiVE Round fit) TRANSFER I, Flgglni, TKUNKS O1-JL1VBHED To