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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday. September TTTE LETIfBRinOE DAILY HERALD Page J To Shippers of Grain Messrs, John Billing Co., licensed' and bonded grain commission merchants, Win- nipeg, members of the Winnipeg Grain Exchange, beg to announce that they have opened an office at Messrs, Asquith Lindsey's, Dominion Block, Lethbridge Phone 1714 P. 0, Box 278 RICE WHALF.Y LIMITED WEEKLY MARKET LETTER Receipts for the past week; Cattle calves 294; hogs 1245; sheep 3107. Receipts for previous week: Cattle 3-iOO; calves 211; hogs 1QS5; sheep 2497. The-supply of cattle this week has heeu a .little -more liberal than-a week dgu but the demand eontiuues good and no material change in prices has noted. Tho bulk of the coming are not finished and come in mixed hunches. The best butcher battle on sale this week sold at 5.li; fair to good grades from 4.75 to 5.2; Svith the common (butcher steers and heifers from 4.25 to 4.50. The best cows are selling from 4.50 to 4.75 with a few .extra" choice a shade more. Stackers and feeders are coining in small numbers un.d the demand good. On. Monday we sold'32 medium but i ehers, mixed, average iluu pounds, at- 5 cents; 8 steers, average 1125 at 10 medium butchers, average 1015, rough .butchers, aver- age 4.50; 4 stockers, av- erage 700 IbB., "aj 4.50; 10 stackers, average" 775, at 4.60; 31) mixed butch- ers, average at'4.50; 15 but- cher "common' and rough, average 1125 Ibs., at 3.75; 13 stockers average'800 Ibs., at 200 mixed Imtchers, average 1070 ibs., at 5.65; 2 steers, average- 1200 Ibs., at 5.C5; 14 common butchers, average S75 Ibs., i jit 4.30 ;'3S mtidiunV average 1000 Ibs., j ill 4.GO. Yesterday we. sold 20 butcli-i ors, mostly 'CQ-WS' and heifers" with a few stock'steers on them at 4.75; 130 medium -butchers, average 1075 Ibs., nt Tlvese were a rough lot and there were a. good many oxe them. We also Hold 20 very common Btcers, co'ws and oxen at 4.10. Wo as follows, delivered, fed and watered: Best'milkers and spring. ers, ?5u to ?70; common tp medium milkers aud springers, 35 to 45; best butcher steers and heifers, 5.50 to 6.75; fair to good .butcher "steers and heifers, 4.75 to 5.25; common butcher heifers, 4.25 to -1.50; good to choice butcher cows, 4.50 to 4.Sii; medium cows and heifers, 3.75 to 4.00; common cows, I'.OO to 3.25; best bulls, 3.50 to common to medium ibulls, 2.75. to 3.25; 'best stockers and y feeders, 4.50 to 4.75; light stoukers, 3.75 to 4.25. No change in hogs since out last issue. .They continue to sell at 9.50. Tlve bulk of the sheep have come to the packers and were not en the market. Prices unchanged. Best veals, 0.50 to 7.50; common and heavy, 4.50 to 5.00. STRUGGLE OF THE LANDED POOR PATHETIC LETTER SENT BY THE LADY LA'WLEY TO HER TENANTS London, .Sept. struggles of the "poor rich" to make ends urset in the face of Mr. Lloyd-George's leg- islation, are this week illustrated by d to ner tenantry from Lady lreI1B Lawley, daughter of the Lite Lord Wamicck, She lias sent a copy or the letter accompanied by a fram- ed photograph of herself, to every tenant on her Escrick Park estate near York. In the letter she says "I am sending you this photograph of myself which J hope you will like, and I trust- it may remind you of me during these years in which I am most unfortunately prevented from livinjjj at Escrick owing to the heavy death duties which have to be paid out of the estate which I have inher- ited from niy father. "I cannot tell you how sorry I am that this should be the case, nor how much I desire to live among you and to be associated in all the work of my estate, but I have no choice hut to leave Escrick park and live; somewhere else unless of 'efficiency at which RESCUED ELEVEN COLORED PRISONERS BUNCH OF NEGRO DESPERADOS ATTACKED OFFICERS WHO RAIDED GAMBLING DIVE FOR EVERYONE Brqoksvillo, Kla., Sept. negro prisoners were rescued tro'i three deputy sheriffs eight miles frou here ycslenlay by u hand of negioe who .slightly wounded two of the-'of licers. A pos.su has gone in pursuit of the negroes ami a clash is feared. Deputies Neal Law, Her tee Lawrence Smith left here .Saturday night to go to a turpentine still t arrest negro gamblers. They made tti raid early in the morning and start- ed to brooksvillu with their prison ers. They had not proceeded far they were attacked foy an armed bam of negroes, rescuing the eleven pris oners, handcuffed together. The officers with the prisoners sought refuge in a house, which v.-at, quickly surrounded by the negroes, Not less than a hundred shots were fired into the house, both S brothers receiving charges of b shot in their feet. The mob made their escape after dark. In the eveni the negroes are caught a pitched ha tie is feared. YAQUI INDIANS ON WARPATH WITH REBELS AND RED SKIN SCALP HUNTERS, MEXICO PLAGUE SPOT Tucson, Ariz., Sept. In- Haus favoring the rebellion have ;one on the warpath, adding new ter- rors to the rebel-barrassed residents of Sonora, along the Southern Pacific A -band of one hundred In- dians raided Healito, a hamlet on the Yaqui river Saturday night, and car- ried a'way one of the village officials. They attacked Colonia, near th Southern Pacific headquarters at Em- >aluie, and killed two men, one wo. nan and child, aud wounded another vouian. A Federal guard, comprising an of- 'icer aud twelve men, were at the Em- jalme railway station when the at- :ack was niade arid they immediately vent on foot toward Colonia. The-soldiers met the inhabitants of fleeing before the .Indians to- ward Empalme, and because the non- were between their pur- iuers and rescuers, the latter were nn- :ble to direct an effective 'fire at .the Yaquis. The Indians, however, sent brisk fire into the Of the dozen Federal soldiers i'enl out to meet the hostile Indians, ive were killed and six were injured, Dne Yatiui dead remained on the bat- lefield when the Indians he hills. It is reported that four nun- red of them are encamped almost sight of Hmpalme. THE TENTED CITY Campers at Congress Wi Have All Utilities and Ample Protection The Board of Control of the In'te national Dry-Inarming Congresa lit airanged for the euro and eoinfoi of a-large number of farmers froi one hundred miles or no distant fron the city by setting apart large tra of land adjacent to the expos! tio grounds as a tented city. Farmer who can do so are urged to come pn pared to stay the enure week, and t drive iri and camp with the othen making a moat congenial party. The racing stables at the expos tlon grounds will bo set apart >fo those who drive in or who send i their dunnage wagons, and hors s will have the best of shelter an care. Cook wagons will be welcomet and as the threshing season will b over, it is anticipated that there -wi be a serpentUe trail of dunnage -w gons and cook and camping outfit trailing across the prairies of South era Alberta, all making for the grea convention. The city is arranging for the 'bes sanitary camp ever constructed, an1 there will be plenty of the best wa- ter for domestic purposes, good walk and and the tent city will b.c Ighted