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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRirVGE DAILY HERALD Saturday. Soptembfi' 20. Use a Want Ad.-Seldom Fails-Costs Little MARKETS WEEKLY STOCK LETTER "LOCAL QRAIN MARKETS Today's prices are: Northern So. 1. BS No. 2..... 65 3..... M No. 5S Xo. i..... 51 Red Xo. 1. Xo. 2. No. 3. No. 4. So. 5. I AHsVs, ton 09 SO :.s 51 ....512.50 N'p 1 Tiniothv, per ton 16.GO and Alfalfi railed 15.00 lllw joint SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Sept. cri es .ioiiay were il. hats- Oct Mayo Oci Xoi 3S; '....i... 1.23 Cash Prices No I N'or. No-' Nor No. 3 N'or Xo. 4 Nor. Oils- No. 2 No. 3 White No. 3 No. Klas- No. 1 -X. W. C WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK Winnipeg, Sept of cat- tle and sheep we.-e heavy at tie C. P. K.'. livestock' yards, while bogs were licbl, the-total for tvo ciaj-s ending. EupienAer 13'being 1COS head ol cat-' lie: 1324 sheep, and hogs. Trading was active for bulcber t-a'.Ue, and pices, advanced 25" to 50 cents per hundred pounds for really Kdjd cattle, of wbich there were only a few bunches; the bulk being of med- anfl common grades. Tfcc demand for hogs was fair and Choice bnteher steers were qjqted fi.Y5 to' to 3.50 to good cows ac.d1 heifers 5.50 to 5.75.' Kc-gs were' quoted ?.GO_ for' choice bunches, with the usual reductions oa'TOnsas flEd hearie5. The sheep consignments wero largely direct ti pickers'. JH'ling quotations are as follows: butcher steers, 5.75 to fair to gooi bujchcr steers 5.50. to 5.75; good cows, and heifers To 5.75; medium cows and be If ers, 4.00 to Lad: common cows, 2.50 tc 3.00: best'bulls, 4.00 to 4.55; com mon and medium bulls, 3.50 to 3.75 beV. 5.00 to 535; best stock trs, 4.SO to 4.75; teet milkers an( fipricgera. 50.00 to 65.00; common to medium milkers acd springers, 35.00 tp 45X0. -.nalvei-r-Cholce calves, 7.50 to 8.00; heJTv good calves, 5.00 to 6.00. spring Iambs, 6.50 tc T.OO: choice- killing sheep, 5.00 to 9.00; rough Md heavies. stags, 5.00. I'y lt'1 Whaley, Wit- Dipej- licitii'ts for the and jvio'js Hojs'........ 16H >VitU n Ufiyaiij lor i-atile ibis inwl ail fOX'i-H ard a light is'jpplv '.bis time at tbe year! iiridv-'was very strong prices ful-1 25 n-nti Luniirt-d hiiher thai i !bst_vrt't. Here were only a fe'.vj j cjttle on saie, iho bulk j of the best steers and ccs sellins 5.50 to 5 75 with a j (eu- real-good one? up to A I fen- extra choice steeis reached the 6.25 niarV. TI.e fair lo good butch- er.1, sold [OT 10 S 60 with the Voayv.oa from to 4.S5.'. Hulls also biitcr, ibc bulk sellini; at: i.4.25 choice hulls up to! 50. Tte for stockers and [feeders was also bett.'r and selected Open fror.i to 300 it-s, 85} sellits ;it 5.50 light stocl- S4 jers fron 4.75 lo 3.00 r.r.d up to 5.S3 sccordicg to quality. There is no change fn tie miller and springer from last oriole 3d iiillows delivered, feil anil wafertJ: liest butcher steers and. tgfers, 5.75 to 6.00; best butch- er tj.-flO to t.35 fair to 1 buichfr. steer's anil Leifeis 5.40 lo io tu; common b'uicher steers bei- V'-jiers :ib good to 'Ichuiip: hutcbei. rows 5-50 to 5.65; rueJiura co'.vs 'aiid heiiers 4.50 to 5.C-0 coninioLi cows 3-25 to 3.75 best-bulls l.Oi1 to 1.25; medium and common bulls 3.50 to 4.00; best ox- en 1.75 to '5.00 medium oxen 4.25 to common'oxen 3.25 to 3.75 llient slockeis 4.75 to 5.OS ;..besl rs and sprinecrs SK5.00 to oinmon, lo milkers and nrintcrs 'Slj.OO to S55.UO. Lljtl receipts of hogs and in values, all the select hogs rinjtof 9'cents'. Heavy anJ rqajh 055 7 cents "and stags 5 cents. AVe oolt expect to see any change for a ime at least. Sheep and Iambs unchanged, best heep 5 to 5.50 and best lambs 6.50 o 7.PO. Choice veals 7.50 to S.OO; medium to S.50. 35 j 35 1 81 3S H US 25 Words X5 cents an insertion, 6 Innrtions for tbt price o( four Must be Paid in Advance SITUATIONS VACANT servaut, 40S 12th SI. A. S. Youth about 17 seats of age for ofiice work. Apply personaUr to International Harvester Conpany, Canada, Limited, suite 307 Sher- locl; Building, city. ompetent maid. Good ages. Required before tho 5th.of month. No cooKos. Mrs. T. E. Xcate, 122 Sth St. ttrsl sell calendars. cbss Can secure one ths best lines slioivn in Canada a'ooui iirsl of year. Apply with reter- News Publishing Co.; Ltd. Tniro. N. S. UIVERPOOL CHAIN PRICES Liverpool, Sept. easier Vinnlpey closing was offset here by :rmer Canadian offers and better r-qulry. The favorable reports from ustril and together with resr Russian offerings; served to :beci. an advance, allhough Icdica-' and llrmer American sprins ments-thls week, Brad- stfeefs American 'spring offers and 'sjrenglhjn corn. agent cables that rains, whlcb are.'favorable for the growing crops... outlook for wheat generally good, eicept that thefe are reports of drouibt in a limited area in tbe squti'.'' The acreage will not equal last year.' canvasser, whole or spare time, to.obtain, orders for Pri- vate Christmas no outlay. Twenty-five dollars "per week fcafil> earned'. Toothills (Canada) Limited, Princess Street, Winnipeg. WANTED Teacher for Rolling Hi! School District. Male- holding 2nt class certificate and one who would be wiiiins to "bach" in comfortable nlsce preferred... Appls -J. :.R.- Sand. am, SITUATIONS WANTED SITUATION educa ted, experienced, bookkeeper, cashier accountant requires Job at q Quick, accurate, neat writer. Bos 400 SITUATION WANTED As bouT keeper in city or on .farm or raccb thoroughly experienced. Dos 41. Her aid Office. by qualified en gineer. Holds ceYtlficite. Apply Schumafcer, Alia. 231 wo man requires daily work, wasbfng housework or Boi 1B( Her aid office. SITUATION WANTED-Young ludy're- qaire? general-office-worn, Ing or cashier, typeyvrltins. Boi 16 Herald. hardnar I POSITION New -''Best pf. "reference from formerj employers. SL S., tethbrifce. Frank C. Coo eh. MONTREAL STOCK MARKET Sept. Lake of the Woods' declaration of c. bonus ac- counts for tbls-weeV's of 6 points to 142 yesterday. The price made a total rally from tbe iow of the year a couple of months ago of i points. Tbe last bonus paid wa', one of 15.00 per sbare, In Marcb, 1910, in addition to the 7 per cent, rate, and the preceding year per. share was paid, iflth tho sis per ceat. rate. The general market was duis, with no Etartifng changes in prices. Rich- elieu sold at Textile, Span- ish Hirer, 1514; Crown Reserve, 1S5. -J. :.R.- S 41 ?3 al ssrvant. Appiy 'Mrs.'A'.'M.' ilarsball, 50S 13th Et. oat general servant. Apply rs. F. H. Coi; !3C6 7th'Ave': Soiith'. hone Itfda.. 'v' class -bllcksmith nee.' Apply P. C. Hwey; TaberVAl- 533-9 ALES5IEN eiperienca quired. Hundreds of positions open tUCOt to li.CM a sear. Posillon whtre yoj can