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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETmmiDGE DAILY HERALD 21, Use a Want Ad.-Seldom Fails-Costs Little LOCAL GRAIN MARKET} Today's local wheat prices No. 1 Nor.................................. fl No. 2 Nor.'................................. 61 No. 3 Nor.....................-........... 59 No. 4 Nor....................... ii No. 5 Nor.................................. 50 Vo. 1 Red ..'.'.-.........._............... M No. 3 Rfi................................ 62 No.'-3 lied 6') No. -i nri Xo. 5 lied 50 No. 1 Allslij. per ton .............512.53 No. J Timothy, per ton 16 CO .Timotby aad Alfalfa mixed Blue joint 15.09 WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipfg, Sept.' Jl.The mal- let ppfrfd steady but iir.dir the b- fi'jesce of cables End lack o! American support, prices i drop and the close was decidedly Oats steadj- asi3 flax Dlln. There is K good cash demand with clieiinjs lair and some elpott buy- inj. Tte weather nup js oo the wLat precipitation .there >.as been, vss lisbt. Receipts were cars icspeeted tod in sip.bt-. V Cables clored Liverpool to i lower Paris unciuagtd to H Ilerlia i Budapest i up; add Ar.t-eip Open Closs Oct. S3{ S3[ Sept. 21 -That Western ilxn tinners can Ic-o'i tor a xeiy price for their i-heat this >ear in of the ge.ier.jl ol the grain throughout tbe world, is a stitepinit matte by A. J. L. Payar, a prominent shipper ot London, Mr. accosts for ibis tact because ot the extra cr.e quality ol the Canadian grains this season. Russian .crop oa the other band, he states, is of my poor quality, and it will sell cfcuplr In comparison. Tbe only fsctor ubicb can aHect the Canadian prlw detiiraentsilv, Mr. Payne states, is e report L! good crops in Argentina. Tbe fcarrcst in the souttern republic not come in lij'til but reports of a reasonably assured good crop would send the Canadian prices down. Mr. P.iyne is in 'ffinr.lpfj looking into the conditions of the grain trade here. He leaves here for Chiraco, v.here fce will cXAimr.e into the conditions in the grain territory, tributary to Ibis yav tiatl- Oft ._ DfC May -Flat- Oft Xor 'J Dec. Cadi Prices Wheat-' No. :1' SOT- No. -J Nor _ No. !3 Xor. Winter No- 1" No. 2 Ko. 3 No. 3 C. W. N'o. 3 C Ei. No. 1 Feed Bariey- No. 3 "T. No. 4 Feed Flav-; No. 1 X. W. C. Minneapolis IVheat- Sept nee May Chicago SS} 341 35 39 J 1.32J 1.23J 3SI 1.32! 1.33J 1.231 '.S3} SU 79i 741 641 33{ 331 42j 41 1.21 St{ 551 S5J 87} 92} GLASGOW CATTLE. MARKET Glasgovr, Scotland. SepL Wat- ton Balctelor, cjitle Itnponers, re- j.ort average supplies lorward 'and trade more active at ibe following quotations: Scotch steers, 16' to'. 15% cents; Irish steers. to 14K; best lulls, 1114 to 13. J2 S5 POOR APPLE CROPS Wetland. Out., Sept. froiera are peittatsllc. about this year's applf crop. In tbe opinion' of a preat many, the price "per tarrerin V-.n orchard for the apples this ..fall irtll be 13.50 or 13.75. Northern fpies especially are. proving a poor jleld. ACCIDENT AT ASBESTOS MINE Thetfcrd Minea, .Que., Sept. fatal.accident occurred at tie mines pf the Asbestos Corporation ot Caoa- -da, I-td., here, tbfs two young men. Henry twentr- one, Ouilmetle. IwenfMls, former serioutlr' the latter fatallr. NUT COAL .-.Lump, Mine Run, Screenings, Ton or .Car Loud Loti. NEW BARNES MINE o. o. o. Retlaw. Alia.. Sept. Mr. HosHns held a meeting In Retlavr on Sunday evening, September 21. Ha ivill preaob hts sermon oa Sunday evening, September 25, From hera-be goes to Parkland. Alia. We Kill mlGs Hm.. .Miss Addle Riithren came back !rpm'XllDneapolisi to rnahe her Jiooie ivlth ber father.' Robert Rutbven. Tie'telephone poles are alt erected nto Retlaw, and the wire and 'phones are all we need to talk trtth the oiii- sifle world now. Mr. GeorgeiL., Casper boagbt two' lots In Retliiv. this vreek, and iviU ereclion of a line .noTv residence at oncei He will be mana: the Plonew L'ymher Co.'s yarti oe-neiv.b'iilcier reporta trade good but good beef "citUe.'are scarce. Tliere is cf oar and flai aeing routed io-Taber'thefe" 2ad hoped able to.'ahlp from here nOT.. ,The cars are still ten miles east yet- .Xo move haa yet been made to- wards a liotel, and it will soon be our blfgest need. Toe collectors are getting busy noT tbese days. Everyone seens to their paid flrat, as one farm- er "Before we. get the money." HALEY Haley. got a Jolt when the wet struck Haley. The Bennett machine ud just got well started at tbe Jeliff farm, after finishing Dr. Robertson's crop. Pill Ing's were busy at It, and anithcr machine was expected in a lew.clays. The new outfit Is coming from the east, and it is Bald will wori on a revised schedule ot prices. Data are to be charged at tbe rate of live coats a buabel, wheat ten cents, and In -weedy grain a day will be Bio It ii hoped that the wea- tree will stay Una for a few weefcs. nd Raley will jet cleaned op. At E recent meeting of the school l.-usleea, It was decided to allow Miss llroney. last year's teacher to returr; sfter tie Cbrlitmaa vacation. It will be remembered that Miss Booney. be- cause ot Illness, could not return at the beginning of.tbts term. .Mlis Sul- livan ins been engaged only till Christmas. The Haley friends of Jths Hooaey will be glad to know that sbe Is bn'a fair way to recovery now. The Oriol tbresh-rng outfit from Montana was unloaded here on Sat- urday after a stormy farrago on the Cardston It was necessary, because a- C. P.' R. engine went dead, to pull into port at Magratb.' Another delay wss caused .here waiting for the boiler inspector; and (he outfit could not more. Ull today. elevatora'are open, bat owing to the few threshing machines In district, not much grain Is comlr.g yet. Mr. Kavanagh, of CardEtc.n, IB in charge of tho Alberta Pacific, A fen- loads hare come in from the Wooiford brancb. 12S.2 for FINE JOB PRINTING Quality Work in the Quickest.Time At Your Service The Herald Job Dept, A. E. Smith, Supt, maid. QooJ sagM. Hequlred before the oth of neit month. No ccoUns. Jlrs. T. E. Veale, 12? Slh St. S. and women to learn arber trade; no experience neces- ary. Eljtht completei; tools lad catalogue frco. Plenty of de- mand for graduates.' Write today. Sloler Barber College. 604a. Centre "ireet. Alca. servant at once. Mrs. C. Ives, 605 1Mb St. So-Jlh. boy for grocery Apply J. H.'Watson, Kipp. Alia. teachet for An- tonio S. D. Ko. 2565 at once.'; Apply .tatlog salary and L. M. >caddan. Sec., Purple Springs, Alia. 240-3 or-woman for'geneTal housework. Good pbsltloa for proper person. Apply at 1018 Flrsi Ave. S. i...'.': a fair knowledge 'df'book- iecplng. Apply Box '-240-6 RBWARP-One lljbt bay tnr, stir, ooe vrhlte hind post- trn, brandod U or U L mocoffram on >ft shoulder, vented on left hip, bitad reverved. Hid sbOM AddriM Robari J. Alti. LOST Automobile lamp elty an4 18 Mite Uke, lutuble reward to lleadereoQ J39-6 5 cer.ti an Injertiun, 6 Insirtlcns for the price of four r Must be Paid in Advance roan geldlug, riebs 3 years; one bay raare, rising 3 both branded M diamond. Reward of HO.CO each. A. E. Freeburger.-See. "S.iTp. 14, K. IS, W. 4th M, Loft UVe 'I 0._____________ i S1TUATIOXS..VACANT Sevan roomed iaml- nodern bocie at- ISIS oth arenue. A. 1., for Sip.OO per month. Apply to Mana-er Central-, Lirahor Co, ird Avenue S. Pboao 1492. TO (uiiy runjah- !d bouse .ctosa close to 3 car acts. gronlnj f3rapn nna chlckfn ran wltb chickens isr sale or In rtat Eoi so, Heraia.: TO -acres adjoining clty- tnsek and .market gardeu- rriEated. SnarClMifora ft Co. 232-0 Female office, assistant: 3ust he able to write TO. bedroom single or double, fully up-to-date, near tie car'. W" -Apply 222 3rd..avenue X'.iquth. Phone 1450. _ stives' either-ser, salary of commU- ion; can'maVe flve "dollars a [ay; spare time accspted.: Nichols 'o., Limited, Publisbera, n TO HENT rurnlshed room, suitable for two fjentle'nien; modern conveniences. B22 .ifl'tb S. S. maid to go to small towa. Apply 1120 5th Avenue South. WAXTELK-A post graduate nursei to ake charge of the operation room and assist in nursing in the Miners' pital at Coleraan for si% months, commencing Octobtr Please slate salary.- Apply Secretary of lospital, Box 58, Coleraan Alia. 241-6 .room iouse, close In, rooming iqusc; has 9 bed rooms. Will rent o desirable per month The Dowiley-Mulbern Land Cor, Sber- will teacb several young men the automobllu business in ten weeks by mail and assist tbem to ;ood positions. No charge for ful :Ion until position 13 secured. Write today. R. S. Price, Automobile Ei- pert, Boi 463, Los Angelas. Csllf JI1SCELLANEOUS: WANTS young lean desires room and board In strictly private family. Apply Box Her- ald. __________ room fully modern cottage, south of track, on terms of J300 cash, balanca month- ly payroenta. Box 9, Herald. hundred head of horses or cattle to pasture; plenty of feed, a river full or beat ot care. Price Jl.OO per month p'er hsad. Box 42, Herald._________. TO hand fu nlture In good condition. Apply Box 134 city P. O. 239-fi WANTED TO in oftlce or store I'.O Box WANTED TO alone o. teams .with drivers. Apply C. 3: Ko- Alia. 6 two cyllr.dor preferred. Must be In good condition. For lots in Calgjry. P. 0. box 318, Red Ueer. 240-6 town, room in pri- vate bouse, by young man. Apply P. 0. Box LAND FOR SALE FOH or tin lots, plow. M and Irrigated, near icbool to Lnllt at onco. east of city. Easy Uiras. a Dcvlr.o, 103 Sherlock jilrig. Phone 1853. 79-0 top, of Una. all i DUFF t wards, betta iMai Sur.veyor; Donald -Prtol' C, 0.' Sur, Olflce at rcjldeuce ana 7tb Hcun: 1-i; 7 to Pbose 120S. h. cud burgeua Block- Pnoua lilt. CSS ICli. St South. pEqc, "K.TAY Los-Ear, sm) Threat; Office hoiin 9.M to IS; evenings by 1'tono, 341; OH. LIONEL 1. Osleopalbtf Ucrnbsr ot Physicians and Surpjcci. Suite 316-18, Sherlock Building. Phone 1414. Take tlevalor. At Medicine liat.Wcdais: days aqd Sundays. MASSAGE MISS K, MAY HOLMES-Modlcal Majiase sod Gymnastic! (Swedish, lyntern) Eleclrlp and Vibrator; treatments. Hydro-TheropT, Sbam- pcolng and tho. removal of super- iiiou's hair. Treatments given by only. Phone 1710. room Hull block. VIA VI LETHBRIDCE VIAVI The. nalural .borne-> treatment for nervousness, etc... mo 3rd Ave. South. Hours E-6 p.m. daily and 10 sum. to 4 p.m. Saturday, cr by ap- pointment: -Phono' 1S9S. Manager Miss E. .3. .Cook. .'T fRIVATE-VtOSPITAV Mr.. VaB Baarlem't private Hospital and Maternity 70J-Stb Avenue Phone 746. The WIMPOLb PRIVATE HOSPITAL lor Surcical, Medical and MaternltT Qraduiu Nurtes. Mlii Swajne, Buperlntendent, 1224 7th ATe.-.BoDtb. Pbone 1348. Uthbrldge NunsiNG Mission dis- trict work; obafetrlcal medfcal emergenc.y. Office houri: 9 a.m.; 1-J.SO p.m.; Mlii M. -L. .Cunnlgbani, Bnperrlilni Nuree, St-' S. (Birtlett BL) Phone-1232. DENTAL DR. M. J. crsduala of Royal College.ot.DenUl-Surgeonj Toronto, and holder.of a Dominion Dental cartiflcata. Office: 5 and 6, 1071. DR. 0. J. Jrad- uate of' Northwestern' Univenlty Chicago, 081 co boars: 3-12; 1-5. Rooms-11 and 12, Macdonald Block DRS. MARKS AND iDccessori to Dri. Btowart and llc- Clnre. '.Hours 9 to 6; Offlce, Hie- tnbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. SIMMONDS.'Dentlit, mem- ber of Royal College- ot Burgeons, (Bng.t Licentiate Royal College ol Physicians (London) U D. S., 1900.' Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Ottlct; S-8. Pott OfflCA block. UNDERTAKING' T. S. Director, and Embalmer; .alto agent for the Bomenillo Marble, and Granite Works, of Caljary. Omce opposite Court House. Phone" B6I: Resi- dence 284 7th Fbone ilie. I Open day and night. I SURVEYING Place, aud TJbwrl. Te .1. n. cntji Street 6, J. Gro, director. Tie Ftruraenta ct.il'UaifclMg. prepsrcil for-our.pv.-n Upji'jr, Bltv ttamlnaUons." For further'lri tor-jialion Phone. 765. 1.3JM Sloaday and Thur-day'eieatbfH" 1 tlmo. Ilhmetlc, Cn.nWv pondeuce, Rnpid. English. A. M.. Business Pbona 'Rea'Weuci' Phone f'fir. WESTEHN SUPPLY MENT and- 4th- St. rnnTorcc wa. crprjoiln's. open, fop kinds of Honsv Enoeing, carriage and pairing. Terrill's Greenbouce PONY EXPBJESS Offlc. 4M1 A vrn Figging Proprjetof V TRDNKS DELIVEHElY To- any part of tiie bit r. FurnUufi Removed; Coif "C.O.D 'f- Martin's Transfer Cartful and Prompt' Servlci Auto. int s Contiectiori 8. Y. Director, censefl Embalmer; (Ixidy attendant when deiired) .Donnan block, 401 Znd Are. 8. Phone 1802; nltbl at day. AUCTIONEER. W. L. aid cltr licenced auctioneer. Sales of al) klndi conducted' on .rearonable terms. stock and ealei tpectaltrr Office at- tbe Wilson Kumlture Co., 104 Utn SL North, Phone Residence Phone Downtown, office at the Lethbrldge- Weybllrn 'Hfallv Co.. Phone 1173. O. H. Piano Tuner, 126! Sixth Avenue A. Soutb. Phono 1163. PAINTING DON'T LET AMYOUS KAKE A NAMP" FOR one you nlrMdy hava gooil erjoygh If you It Iho NEW IDKA llcni 'made exclusively by'Tfte E. srir.cni Deccratfnfl paper- Itis and kallomlnlrtV-- are lit kind. J. R MILLINERY MRS, .FALL STOCK of Millinery Is well worthy of Inspec- tion. Sho'rocelv'ts'ai now supply of up-to-date hats and each week 'and foati.er raoiinls in Ullrich, MSraboii'-nnil 1'araillsc', In all the leading colors, are very Sho nleo cleans and curls Ostrich Parlora at 318 13th SI, North. TO TRADE: REAL: OR EQUITY IN FAflM-tAMOS I engine... J" V; 1 1 Cook CarJ 1 Dunk car. 1 12-boltom John Deero ffnrlna plow. Will trade for; raw farm 'or eiiiiUy'ln large ADDRESS PI V Ship Your -TO-t t V Mcmbars ..WInnlD.es. Grain Exchange ..V'lnnfpcg r'yr prici-s Ixjlh'v bridge, Office Royal' 4 Llndscj'. ;