Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
TOUR THk FRIDAY, OCTOBEH 29, IfOt. ITS PURITY ITS FLAVOR ITS FRAGRANCE ITS RELIABILITY Are responsible for ITS ENORMOUS SALE of District News packers annually RAYMOND NOTES II SALADA" j Raymond, Oct. Miss Lilian "Ames and Mr. Horace Yenney, who ihave been spending a few days in returned to Calgary ITO'S ASSASSIN IDENTIFIED He Had Taken an Oath to Kill Jap- Stattsrnan Harbin, Manchuria, Oct. assassin of Prince Ito was iJoriufi-.'d Sealed lead packets only 40c., 50c. and GOc. per pound Atallgroiers. TEA j today as Inchan Angen, ft former j Monday afternoon's train. editor of a newspaper at Seoul. H i Miss McRae, of Magrath, spent Sun- 1 said that he wag one of an organiza. I day in town and left by Monday mornings train for Cardston, return- to Magrath in the afternoon. j On Saturday four cars of sugar and t-on oi twenty Koreans who had taken aa 0.-th that would kill t.il0 jap. ..u -e statesman. Victoriaj g_ c., Oct. 27 two cars of wheat were shipped from ,oavijflff on his mis5i m to Man- i Raymond. churb, Princs Hirobunu .'tc received MRS. open for engage-: ments in mid-wifery. Terms mpder-j ate. Apply Box A. B. C., Herald office. 26''6 j WINNIPEG WHEAT j 8. i ctober opened at 99 3-4 December 95 3-4; May 99 7-8. October 93 7-S; December 95 3-S; May; 99 34. October oats closed 35 3-8; Decem- ber 33 1-8: May 36 1-4. LETHBRIDGE MARKETS No. 1 OSO 2 Northern............ 077 No 3 Northern............ 0 74 No. 1 Alberta Red......... 079 No. 2 Alberta Red......... 0 76 No. 3 Alberta Red 073 Oats, per cwt.................-0 70 Barley 0 25 Flax........................ 1 Cattle OD the hoof: Steers, per lb. ........0 03 Cows, per lb......- 0 02X Hegs: Live, per cwt.......7 50 Dressed, per cwt. 0 00 Sheep Live, per cwt. ......450 Dressed, per cwt. 0 00 Poultry: Geese................. 0 15 Turkeys 0 20 Chickens............0 12 Fowl............... 012 Ducks 0 15 Butter and Eggs: Dairy butter 0 18 Are You Satisfied with your milk supply? If not, phone 347 for Fresh Milk, Cream and Butter COX SON Box SO Miss Stella Van Wagner and Miss wrjtten by the Empress the Blanche Fisher returned to Raymond of ifc be-ng the Goi3 jon Tuesday morning's train, having. '.spcntNi few days with friends at; Taber. i (From "the Rustler.) j Mr. B. Kimball. bookkeeper of. the Raymond Mercantile Co., we un-j derstand is being favorably mention-; ed iu a most likely successor to Mr.; Goo. H. Budd, the vacant secre-j tary-ireasurer office. Mr. Kimb'all is' a first class eep r of good abil- j ity and ijp doubt he would be able j tJ conduct, the business of the" vacant; office to tfne satisfaction of all. _ j During the week another candi-1 date for the mayoralty chair has' come to our notice, in the p rson of _ Mr. G. He has been -ap-, If you Are looking for J Good Enamelled Ware you nnythiif to un-r see us when yon want money Phone r.U rfox 3 Block. CADILLHC AUTOMDBIIE Ordprs in Early. Empire Land Co., Ott 252-O Price per acrt? reside six months years from daie of entry 'including the time required to f-arn homestead patent) nnd mlT.iTatt fifty" extra. A homesteader hs? noinestead ripht and ob- tain a pre-emption may takf a pur homestead in eertHJn districti S3 00 per acre fix months in cultivate fifty i Price Diit'V of -reet Dt-puty Minister N B -tTnsuthoTied W of publ'