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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 'ute- GILLETTS the Standard Article REAOV FOM USE IN ANY QUANTITY MADE IN ij" i T ir j anil for many other purp 20 SAL SODA. t cllikMll. llmittH A VUllllllf EVKKVWHtKK MABKETS Winnipeg Wheat Winnipeg, Sept. open- ed 7-8. closed 95 3-4; Nov. opened 88, closed .97 1-2; Dec. opened 97 5-8; May opened 102 5-8; closed Til Cash closed, 1 Nor. 99; 2 Nor. 84 3-4; 3 Nor. 91 1-2; oats 34 1-2; Max 2.-15. Cabbage, per Ib. Feed: Kay, cultivated in bulk' IS.0'0 Glasgow Stock Market Sept. Watson .and Ritchie report 432 -cattle on offer. For cattle of top quality trade was sharp and prices as. follows: -14 14 to 14 ary and inferior quality; stiff trade at 13 to 13 1-4 cents; .bulls top quality 12 to 13; secondary- 11 to 12 cents per Ib. -.02 3-4 20.00 Hay, prairie baled Timothy, -baled Bran, per cwt. Bran, per Shorts, .per cwt J'. -1.3C Shorts, per ton Crushed oats, .per cwt. ...'___... L6C Chopped wheat, per cwir. Oats, per SO Ih. sack- Feed. wheat, per Dry HIDES .08' -0.13. Cured O.oe o.06% Green Montreal "Live "Stock ARTIFICIAL. LIMB. FOR- S N. s., Sept' leaves tomorrow morning for THEY ESCAPED BY GOING UNDER CARS Warrant is Oat Against Switchman and other Man A wairant was this morning issued oa .application to a special servicjfagent for -the -arrest of G-. W. McKay, a switchman in> .the yards -here, ,and name an- charging tbeni "the I-theit" last night of of whisky from, a car on ;the tracks. The -officer stated that about eleven the brand, fifteen years, but had only ing under, a car 4iquor being shipr ped by a local wholesale house when. McKay and the ..oth- er man came along, broke the seal of the. car and proceeded to take out kegs: let ifcem get two across onto another track and he then' jumped out and arrested them. It was dark and to get them to the yard of- fice he had to ,make__them_gp ahead of him between "tile lines of cars. Sud- denly one 01 the men -darted under the cars one one side and the other man under the cars on the other side and both of them. got away from him. He'1 had nothing but a revolver on him, but the circumstances did not care to use it. EDITED BV T -r in looking through At wome Day. list I find there are -who have not p'tioneVyn; their day. will kindly before Fri- Montreal, Que., Sept. Abort of procuring one hundred and twenty-rive SDUtcners'. cattle, ,two ihund.redj and calves, two thousand and; eighty sheep and five 'inm-dred and twenty-five hogs, were offered for sale at Point 'St. Charles Stock this forenoon. Trade with .prices a little 'lower for all. the -best prime beeves, sold 5 to little; o'v'er 6 cts.- per Ib. -Kange sold 57- 1-2 c to near' 5 and the -.common stock at 2 3-4c an artiricial_ limb which will- Jbe set .'by' special issue. The- premier -has oeen resting at his -home at North ay-dney past three .inonths He is in excellent "health." After -re turning from Mr. ,JMLurray will -resume, bis duties as i'irst min- ister or "the "province at "Halifax. to 4 l-2c per Ih. Grass fed calves' sold at from-'tnree "cents; to four cents per pound. Good yeals five to', seven cents Lethbridge Markets TLf local market has-remained .fair1 ly steady for 'the past' -week, the only inarked. change "being- the increase of 50 'cents' per :'on flax. 'All grades -of '-Ttheat' one cent per b.usbel 'also. _ No. jSTor'2' North _V.. No., 3' Northern 0.77 Jo.'ST. No; 2 Alberta'' 3 Alberta Red .of, w.heat and live stock Oa'ts, .'per "bushel Oats -per ton Barley Rye-. Cattle'on the hoof? Steers, "'per Ib.' Cows; per Ib: Ib.'-----'. per Sheep: Live, per 40 ......23.50 .-1.0.40 0.03 to .11- -.7.00 to S.pO .5.00 5.50 REAL.ESTATE CHANGES AT MEDiCINE.HAT >ieaicine Hat. U Tweed, ".deal wnereby ,tne .P. founding on TMain-street ipassed.-into of A. P. Day .at of- twenty tnousahd. Calgary parties ctiased Jbteresfqrd, place adjoining.the city for .thirty'two thousand dollars su'b-.oi vision. A .SCE.NE..ON CRAB.B. ST.REET A dispute over, the ownershipvv.of a flag brought about-. an: encounter tween several men .second.rhand score -.on .this For a time, .owing .to the shrieks- of the wife- otjbe occupant of trie place. it ,.was .thought .a :muTder, was being Committed and a -big crowd. ..was tracted the, scene. The- police ar- rested r two ,of the participants in the row and -proceedings in police coxirt will follow. Dressed, per cwt. 13.00 0.16 Turkeys, dressed' ................20 Chickens .0.15 Fowl........; .V.. 1.0.11 Ducks 0.15 and eggs: Dairy butter 1.......0.25' 0.30 Creamery 'butter 0.30 0.35 _Eggs; fresh ;...................0.30 Vegetables: Potatoes, new. per c-wt. Potatoes, per ton Beets, per Ib.- Cauliflower, per dozen ....02 S--4 ....02 1-2 .1.00" Turnips, -per, Ib. .01 1-2 SUSPEND MAYOR Columbus. D., ;Sep't., asfeing Governor Harmon to suspend Mayor' Marshal on charges of gross misconduct in office, growing out of .nig m'a'uagement of the .car smite 'situation, were fpririally fil-sd at the ".governor's office.'' -information concerning" the text .-charges made and the number, of signatures attached1 'was refused' "at' the executive onices. .GOING TO NEWFOUNDLAND, Condon, Sept; Clifton ji.ady, iicibinson sail for Newfound- land Friday, sir Clifton, who is a ribted engineer, is closely associated with, many .metropolitan and" provin- cial .traction companies, representing a financial group "which con- templates taKIng active, interest ifi the development of that colony. We Thunder always to ,JDe nuthiu', time: So, lissen now, believers, --Jin hear dif ferent styles and qualities in Ladies', Misses'. Children's InfanAs' .underwear, comprising' vests, era, combinations, tights, etc. -Watson's high Third! Special Values in Ameri- ean-made Shoes g Smart" AnferiCSJfi' nhxTeis 'in; New Fall Footurear." "Wfe -mealion specially our Doris Patent- Colt SJcin- wsUdag toe, Cuban beel; other good 'toalteB such as The Empress and'tS Prices from' to 300 pairs of sample Lisle and Cotton Hose reduced Regular 60c and 75c Fancy Lisle Hose tnat nave tfceir purpose as traveilers4 aAmples; all colors, vdoxens Wevspecialiee on Suits and Coats at You son pay snore lor suit -or "but for style and actual vajue, ire place .for our, "ROSEDALB'l models. Ti.ey are an- q.uestionably the most beatrdfiil shown on the market this aeiMion, iaifl, a .wide range .of suits at f2i, ISO, Smart stylish Dresses and Coats for Girls "College'''- Sailor and two-piece costumes, of natty "-designs and moderate price; "A -strong feature of the" fall display in the- Ohiiftretfij Sectibn." The colors are TiroTro, naTy, red; to i E. J. MILL CO. AlBerta-s. Greatest Store OF THE THINGS FATHER VAUGHAN AN ADDRESSj AT TORONTO.; 'X-Am not here to Breach my re-. ligion. .01 course, I.'believer-that, it .is Dr. de Van's French Female Pills A Wnile these pills "are efceefiinsly iio-vf- the only true one-if.I I -would chuck it. The fact I have goba taste in religion." "In France they are trying a moral law without a "moral, law-giv- er. The. result is Hei-1." ".Looking at the stars loving music will not "help you much-to light' the passions." tion the ..female are; .strictly safe Refuse, all cheap-' Dr.'-' de 35.00 a bos. Mailed, any address'3 The Scobell Brug Co., St Ont. at all drug- stores. G. T. P.' TAK-ES OVER was selected to place Colonel Roose- velt's name- m nomination for chair- man, and that Lloyd C. G-riscom, chairman of the New York County committee would second it. The tight for. control quite oversha-dowed the 'main business of the comrention, that of making nominations for governor aad other state officers. It was ex- pected that the resolutions commit- tee when appointed, would spend the greater part, of tonight, in. debating the various the platform of which ch-iei interest centers in t-he fight over direct nominations. "Let us remember, as commercial msn, that it is better to" give-our. work- men a. living wage- -to-day, than to sweat them now anjl give -them- ace when we are -dead." "As Josh Billings says: "When once you get on the inclined .plane, every- thing is greased for the "For man and woman to -oe joined and then to shefce their puny fists and- say: 'Thy will may_ increase,