Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
.Wednesday, October 1010. THE No p Frice W.t'K The Bargain Hunters of Lethbridge ttats ever must be further l-educed No let ;tKe crowds-wilh, cuts prices on Heaters, Ranges, Enaitnelware, Hardwares i Pott's Sad Irons, Asbestos Irons, TourisU' Irons, 100 IB. 50Ib. and 25 Ib. flour tins: bake boards, rolling Pins 'M EVERYTHING YOU NEED REDUCED f or lack, of i-tiom. dfeitOllt A- e j ust arrived froih f the tacte-y-r-case alter, floor lo hence prices at V-F i ,-v-v j., r I Ilii C Four dozen -Hammers worth 75c Dutch Cleanser Three Tins for Buy all you want and Saws Ling's- J Pie Tins oOc ones Binner Knives Dozen. T' 1 f-y-rr 'i 'S 16.75 .25 1 2.95 rj "Cast I rorbj-gbod" cookers; good utility ing prices mean big savifigs'to you" on everystove; THAT'S WHY 75c buys wortli M Enamelware at Ling's. FS a -75b BTaniniei: at Ling's i THAT'S WHY 25c buys 40c and 50c every day articles at THAT'S WHY REDPATH STREET K4.f i> LETHBRIDGE .JuJLi Jl A PRICES Buck's Special Oakt Heaters Jti sizes 11-13-15-17 and 19. Burn or Iiard coal. Buy plated ''rims Cirhamenta'i .Top's'. No. 15 dampers 17 t Wilf hold fire all mfih.t with smalJ consumption of- coal, "situated noftli of the track Tffelberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. ''es, Marker, on ihe.lwhole strong for butchers and feeders and good .prices were paid as'dealers were pret- ty active: in 'bidding against- each other Eastern buverss -were in c.vi- LETHBRIDGE- MARKET Juetnbrloge markets are remaining steady. Wheat has dropped two "cents'! and .ar? secur' fair but the other-grains and hay are keen- ;ug steady. r SNOWFALL AT CARDSTON tThere was snow on the root's of the coacDes-- of -the Cardston train when itr arrived'here to.is morning. Passer.- gejrs say it first rained and then snow- quite liea'vily in the south country last night', .and .this -the yrpund Tvhite all the way from Cardston to Raymond. NEWSPAPER MEN FINED j _ _ Oct. U6. C. D. Long, man- aging iind Subeditor Loxton- of Dailv; 'were lined for con'rfsnpt of court ar- about tended -to his II: Know they makejnc, noise .or and have no are qt o r R SG L 0. llMjf them-.. 1 JNo. iSforttiisrn' "J'.IV JNo. 3 Nortliern No. 1 A'lberta'Red Alberta Red NO. 3'Aloerta Red'. Oats, per bushel uats, per ton Barley i-'Jax Rye Cattle on the" Steer's, per. Ib..... Cows, per Ib., Hogs: Dressed, per Ib.----- Li-1.'-.., per cwt.....i atxeep: Live, per cwt. Dressed, per cwt. Poultry: Geese live Turkeys, dressed Chickens -y. Fowl Butler and eggs: Dairy butter i-1... Eggs, fresh vegetables: Potatoes, new. per cwt. Potatoes, per ton Beets, per Ib........V. Carrots, per Ib........ j Cauliflower, per dozen i Turnips, per Jb........ Cabbage, per Ib..... j Keed: j Cultivated lia.y, in i Hay. prairie baled Timothy; baled i prairie'hay, baled d a fair It is expected that eastern shipments anstead of diminishing, will 'increase, itpxyards' the' end oi fh'e week: paid" durinjr the week show "that 0.77 the 'ipst 'butchers ranged 0.73 while inferior'quality "sold '677'' as and a' few "selling -at' S3'30. Feeders were' plentiful arid ranged to 'stock-ens poor, and'-'mostly .40 to .44 arid brought'from S3--75 to S3-50. A few bulls were-on the mar- "fcet wfhich sold arourijl S3 40 Calves Q 40'i'were' a little weaker and 'sold from j 70 to 50. while lambs sold at Receipts of hogs were more, 0.04! liberal and a drop of 25 cents from 0.03; last week's quotations, has taken place', all .sales being; at .10 to .11 SS 50 and some with "a cut at that. ,7.00 to S.Oi) .I..4.50 ,.12.00 .0.25 ,.0.30 bulk 1S.OO 14.00 ..20.00 I...-.'. 13.50 Bran, per..ton Khorts. per cwt.. per ton', oats; per cwt...... ''Chop'..barley, ''per cwt....., Chopped wheat, per'cwt. .Kollied.Oats; per-S'C.lb: sack -Feed- -wheat, per' cwt. HIDES 1'QJtfS 5.00 "13JOO 0.16 .20 ..o.jr, ..0.11 ..0.15 0.30 0.35; 0.30 ....1.5C1 ...30.00 -.02 3-4. ..02 1-2" 1.00J ,.01 1-2; :.02 3-4 21.00 16.00 CASE A Sudden...End to 'Famous 'Nicholson'' Case I.r. did not --take long- to settle .the Nicholson abduction case --iri the Su- The ;Cim'ens; Lumber; ed in a 25 horse .-power Krir autqmoi Me for the Manager Jackson and Bother in .teaVeJlr ing froin oneYb'tne diheP'of the 'm'any yards and Co.ur.t, this. afternoon. Mrs. Butler was the first witness preme Sarah 'called. "Do you know May she been summoned .to. appear at the "toiriorroV'for, ne- glecting to keep to liis premises contrary "to ,by- ia-ws. John D.-Findley, d.ied on the. 24th "inst at Th'e'remajns. were brought into the and shipped by Undertaker T. s'.Fet- to _ interment.'. was asked by the prosecuting attor- The young man, Who was farmino- at _ AWfefti ..was the reply. She is year ago with a 'brother Vv- adopted.daughter.- ]ron. from Redvers. -i-' adopted she was otaer -brolner> H. ;L_ tnird -brother. Roy, "lives' at -Fire Inence leal fsfete City snd Farm Loans The Bherlock Block. asked. "Yes. my adopted daughter. L. M.. Johnstonc, coun- sel For t-hc. defense. asked for the dismissal-of "the-charge of abduction, as Mrs Butler is of no bin to the alk'ftftd abducted person, May Wal- lace. OLD ROBBERY Winnipeg 'Wheat Winnipeg, Oct. 2f> closed, N'or. opened closed. Dec. opened closed 92-.V; .May, opened 97-i-, closed cash .close, No-..l Nor. 93i, Ko 2 Nor. i' The judge asliedilrs Butler if she No 3''Nor. Oats 32j! knew who the. girl's parents were. K. W: FJax, CM. nan, P. R. SWITCHMAN KILLED zgaiT; Oct. George MacLen- a -t'anadian Pacific, switchman. was killed-in the yards here this morn- ing. He was "l'-y years old and came rrom Siirma; Ont, where his wife is now 'living. A Train of Ills Follows Neglected Colds. Bronchitis, Pneumonia, and Con- sumption itself start Ihisxray. Colds Trcatea the vitality and leave one susceptible to the of disease of all kinds. she did .not. She was surf too Nicholson did .not know either. to do but to dis- as Mrs Butlet" .is the rio.vt kin, nor is it known' is. turnin'sf to although pn- a legal fSoixit. brisk." 'His parents and a "sis'br "li'va from -where -the de- cease-d came, west four years ago.. The first two named brothers accompan- ied .the remains death fever. Minneapolis, Oct. held xeaf'plifi form of. a street...car at -the point of a. revolver, ''and TooX all his valuables. Thcy'paid no at- tention to a conductor, .who- was qiiittly'stopped thevcSt aiid.'made ofL Winnipeg' J-Livc Stock report cattk-. 12 oalvps, G3i Jiogs and 2tU sheep..'. ,flccci.pts were cxccptionallv lu-avy this morning on stock somt western' stuTi" up'for' fir.'" but was of rather inferior qualir. and sold lower prit- of Tar and Cod Liver Oil stops ihe cold at osicc. It docs more. It so fortifies ar.ii strengthens the whole bodily orgaa- that it bccorars practically iin'imne the ordinary attacks of disease. If you value health and stop that cold with I-'athicu's Syrup- of Tar and Oil. bottle cents, ft-on; all (J'raltrs. 1. L. Kathlen Co.. Prop's, Sierbrookc. OIK. PULP w Creh- barrf at Quebec, rfcclartrs in a report, to -the government lhav thif action of the- provincial1 government Thm- in prohibiting .thn exportation" of pulp woo'J, cut on crown lands tak en up after May isi, IfllO, and on- settlers' lands after Septemhcr 1st J910, will not reduce the quantity of pulpwoocJ for export for years to ant) perhaps never. The conclu- sion is reached after a careful stuchv of-t.he situaiion and is based on fact that no restrictions can he-placed on shipments from settlers' lands tak on'up prior to-Srpt. 1st. oi- this year. Distributors for Western-Canada BROS. LARSON COMPANY S, EdmontcM. Vancouver, Sas- katoor. On Novcm.ber 2nd there, will he given at St.- Mary'? Mission, North Lethbridge, a dramatic enter- tainment -under rhc direction of R, Hincks, whose ability is so well known in ladies of churcl: will hold a sale of work in the. afternoon: The program will be piiblishedr'lalor. In Wonalchee, 4nd of apples were sold for EAT The bread of quality j JL. T Something to Kave in _ jtiwise at: ariv time .u.1, i For a trial loaf phone 1027 the GILMORE, THE BAKER Russell Street North Ward.