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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETOBHIPOK DAILY HERALIi Monday. September 15, 1913 Use a Want Ad.-Seldom Fails-Costs Little MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN MARKETS Kortaeru' dropped one cent today, Ited remaining at SalorJay prices. Today's prices: 69 65 Northern No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern Northern No. 5 Northern No. 1 Red...... No- Red...... No. 3 Ked...... No. t Hed...... No. 5 Ked...... 63 57 13 70-. 67 61 uS 50 Ko. 1 Alfalfa, ptr toa ............512.58 No.' 1 Timothy, per ton 1G-00 Timothr and Alfalfa missd 15.00 Blue joint ii.OO LOCAL FRUIT MARKET FeaoheH ..'..'......51.00 to 51.10 Watermelons, per Ib.........0.3U Canltloupes, per, 4.0D Blackberrirs................3.73 J'luas........................... 11.60 'Apples Crab-apples 2.25 Grapes.....................J2.50-J2.75 10 KEEP TAB ON Saskatoon City Conneil Advocates Creation of Local Govt-niment Boai-d in Province Sistaioou, Sisi., Sopl- to tiring about tfcc ailnpliou of a lo: cat govcrnnuiiit board to keep tih on the finance ol each city and munici- pality in and the same system as is in vogue in the old country acd fully explained by ex- Mavor Sanlord Kvans. ol and Coiumissiontr Yorath ol Saska- toon, a) the convention of Canadian municipalities held here in July sritl be recommendcd. to council tonight by the chv commissioners. 'The commissioner's report explains how the sjilcm works in the old country and the eSrct it has on the _______ sale ol bonds. It further intimates tuat if surlt a board was operating MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES in this prorinte, the different mrai- Sept. the "palities would' cot experience tho pressure ot heavy r.celpts, weaker difficulties they do in selling and a weaker tone in Ameri- beads. Once the government tu .-Mni-ii- cins markets, Wicnipeg .4 passed-the deseatuws, iwir: but the marhet lias sup- wouw the board the field men port somewhere, and the bulk of the titdo vas at SfiU. V Americans are reported to be active-; buyers at Winnipeg .May. Oats and flax were weaker; corn Field y. .Tho weather Is ideal for threshing, and delivery acd receipts for Satur- day and Sunday totalled 1727 cars, of which '1H5 cars were wheat, SI per belns of ccnlract Cars In .Opening aod closing prices today were as follows: Open Close October........ SSV4 S6U December........ 85 S5U Jley.......... 90y Oats- October 37 December 37 36% 41 .'MS -'1.30 j December........ 130 Closing Cssh Prices No. 1 Ko.'-2 Northern........; Xq. 3 Xcnhem...... No. 2 White..........'.'...'. 3611. No.-o............- 48 No. 1...............'.._ X. W. C......-..'.. 127 Minneapolis Wheat Open Close December.........S7H -S7H Chicago Wheat i'' fieateraner 58 r Derenber........ The report states the troney kings of London would iavor sucil a board. The commiltee found 1. That the difficulty encountered by ur-stern Canadian cities in dispos- ing of debentures this year, is large- ly due to'the facl that fmscciers re- quired some assurance' that the mon- ey required was for sonic hona-Sde expenditure. That'cities'in Great Brilainhad no difficulty in obtaining money lor municipal works at 3j. per cent to 4 per cent owing'to the 'act that any contemplated expenditure had first to le approved by the local government boaiil." establishment cl sucb a branch by Ihe provincial governments is advocated by both London arid Canadian financiers. In a recent in- tervievr 'one'oi the directors of the Hudson Bay company and a. laifie Lob'dcn financier, staled thai coasid- crabie.- advantage th2 Province which-'first 'esSabiisiedisuch a IToard. F'OFI'TENOERS FOR CON- MAMMOTH RECORD 8ALB; OR yo" wtah to your property (or umethtci, you want to lee D. L. Kin- tall, 207-210 Sherlock Bulldjhr, FhoM II. 133-0 BALK OR 1 enge'r: to-arlns also -l-passenger car, very- cheap If taken now. Will vnslde'r horns or'cattle In excbanee. he'-Alberta Securltlea, Ltd., Leth- ridge, phone 1215. 25 Wordi an Inserticn, 6 Inscrtlon't for the of four Must lie Paid iu Advance 'OR four roomed cot- ISlU St.' N., on easy terms. cash, balance or month. Apply A. J. Blackburn' Block. j SITUATIONS VACANT and women to learn barber no experience neces- sary. Eight weeks completes; tools and catalogue free. Plenty of de- mand for graduates. Write Holer Barber College. CQ4a Centre Street. Calgary. Alta. class traveller'to sell calendars. Can secure one of the best lines shown in Canada about .first ot new year.- Apply with refer- ences. News Publishing Ltd., Truro, -V. S. general servant; good .wages paJd: Apply Mrs. J. II. Wallace, Sth St. clerk Immediate- ly; accustomed to ty'peVriler, Apply staling ags arid salary to Box' D3, Blalrraore. sal .Cor general housework. .Apply Leicester Electric Co., S.'O. 10th Street South. TO RENT FOR nave a Unit room for rent wlln shower b.ith'ud plunge privilege. L'Apply Y. MJ 0. A, comer