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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, AUGUST THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MARKET REPORTS WINNIPEG, Aug. demand There was some movement on tor cash oats today was extremely I stocker catllo, yearling and two-year- tpoor, buyers being out of the heifers S7.00 to J1.75; light steers jand not Inclined to follow the strength i J8.50 to 58.75; heavy steers ? tho futures; barley, flax and rye (were, also very dull. The volume ot Umsfness was of a light nature. I October and December cats closed cents bister; barley af. cents high- er for October and 3V- cents higher Ifpr December; Has vents up for Quotations: 1 OATS- OcL Dec....... 1 pet........; 2 C. W. 'track S2TS; 'ether grades not quoted. 3 C. J9.50. Some good young cows wont back to the country at {6 50 to CHICAGO WHEAT ol the bandits' efforts to tho of ten dollars. Mr. Kbbiua tooled them by slipping his wad Into bis left sock and bandits were satisfied when they searched his pockets. Speaking to a reporter of The Her- ald this morning, Sir. MacLeod everything went as per usual on tha; run until McOUUvray colling station hid been passed. Then' the bandits started operations. than, dressed In u light brown suit, went down to the front end of the smoker where he- ordered Conductor Jonfls to shoot his dukes up In the air. Jones thought he was fooling and asked whit was up. The answer was a re- [volrcr In his face and the bandit MEIGHEN'S APPEAL TO QUEBEC PLEASES CHICAGO. Aug. new adMgraDbing him by bis collar, ranees In the prico of wheat took i man with the brown suit had place today owing more or less to BUI Staples, brakeman, from mlses that European war complica- tions might bring afloat enlarged de- Open Close Lmaud for food supplies from the Unit- 82% ed States. 'Speculative trade coutic- 7H4 ued to broaden and this morning was mateilally in excess of what It was a 117 tew days ago. On the other hand. 312 hedging business was relatively light. Opening prices, which ranged from 2 3Ute 343 to 7 cents higher, with December 217 Cash Prices to 220 and March 217 to 223 wera fol- lowed by moderate further gains and thea something of a reaction. Oats were governed by the ascent of starting TS to cenj Septembe firm.. In later dealings Ihe market show ed extraordinary strength. Increased stimates of French and Italian 4 C. rejected. and feed s. ,0 1 X. W. C. 345; 2 C. W.I higher, September G914 to 70 cents and 339; 3 C. W. 2SS; condemned .'track 343- i C. 178. '.Winnipeg Livestock 'WINNIPEG. Aug. (Dominion Receipts S70 cattle. 330 hogs and ISO bhfep. Tradiug was ex- tremely slow this morning with tatlons on all clasnes and grades ot i cittle generally, steady to weak. Few 'butcher steers, medium to good. 9.50 'to 10.60 while bulk females, fair to good, wore absorbed from 7.00 to 9.00, .fair to good quality feeder steers 6.50 In 8.50; stockcr steers and lieifers i-5.00 lo G.50. Good lambs 1150; good light sheep IS.OO. Hogs ranged'fronl 1S.50 to 19.00 ac- to quality. Toronto Livestock 'Aus. -3. receipts G77.. Top loads sold at and feeder Irade continues fair wilh prices strong for quality classes and weaker for ccmmon. Calf receipts 250. Choice, to rSlS.SC; milch cows, choice, to Sheep 'receipts I.COO. Sheep mar steady to weaker. Lamb mariel 25 to 50 cents weaker. -Hogs, receipt? 4SO. Fed and water- ed oasis, selects, Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Aug. local was very quiet at Its (opening this morning. Most ot the stocks'were weak with Ibe exception [of Quebec Hallway which was fairly strong. ''-rilohtreal Livestock MONTREAL, AUK. [livestock "are only 136 cars of stock on the two markets Ihe baggage car into Ihe smoker be- tore he accosted the conductor. BUI was obeying instructions eiplicitly. Conductor Jones told the men In the smoker lhat they had better hold up their bands. Mr. ilacl.eod and Mr. Jlobine were sitting in the first seat and were- soou the interest for Ibe revolver, and were given their marching orders. The man in brown ordered everyone into the first class coach to" Ihe rear. Jones ran dowr. tbe aisled-ami when near the far enc ot tha coach made a grab for the cord and tho bandit fired. Train Crew Under Gun Tbe train crew were driven to the i rear platform wbere the man la the blue shirt kept guard. He covered Conductor Jones all tbe time. This Winston Churchill's Letter Cre- ates Stir in British Commons MONTREAL. Aug. on Hon. Arthur Meighen's speech, the Montreal Herald says: "His appeal for a better under- standing between Knglish-Canadians and -French-Canadians was along rigfcl iues aud bis tribute to the good quail- Jes of the majority of tbe citizens of the province of Quebec, while a trifle tardy, leads us to hope lhat Mr. Moi- hen himself will help to loin this recurrence of good feeling." LONDON, Aug. As- sociated Churchill's article in a Northcliffe evening paper wherein ho urged that peace with tbe Bolshevik was only another form of war, provided a .lively interlude In the house of heckling the prime minister. Government supporters, however, showed a tendency to draw a veil over the business, only one Coalition- ist supporting the. motion for adjourn- ment. Mr. Lloyd (ieorge declared lhat the. article did not bear Ihe interpfe requirements counted In favor! man relieved Mr. Jones ot his cash, ot tho bulls and so, too, did the news j chain. He did not get of urgent inquiry for wheat by anj lvellt through his pockets British Royal Commission. The close a ijmo. He got in tho neigh was nervous, la'A to 1714 cents net ligher, with December 2.M and March New York Stocks Xt'vV YORK. Aug. sales: 3.P.R., 121; U.S. Steel, 871i; U.S. Steel preferred, Year' Crop Will Be Above Average Says J. H. Grisdale OTTAWA, Aug. the danger period already past and cutting started In several western areas, the crop situation-from end to end of Canada Is today in excellent con- dition, according to Dr. J. H. Gris- dale, deputy minister of-agricul- ture, who is just back from the West. There has been practical- ly no hail damage this year, except In very few localized areas, and there is p'ractlcally an absence of rust or grasshopper damage. The crop will be well above the aver- age, was Dr. Grisdale's comment, j Dr. Orlsdale spent severslxdays In the 500-mile strip which takes in Hearst and Cochraue, Ontario, and j sorhoud ot H Is reported, and missed two American cartwheels the conductor had in a vest pocket. Train Reaches Sentinel The man in brown then started op- cratTons from tho front end of tbe latlon placed npon it. "I really cannot control mj- declared tho j prime minister, eventually, after much badgering. The final word was a refusal to 14y down the rule that a minister might not express his views' in tbe newspap- ers so the views were incon- sistent with government policy. The Daily Bxpress, which has re- cently shown a certain' amount of restlessness the ministry, de- clares tha were unwilling to pilt their fortunes to a test on tho eve of adjournment, but tbat the inci- dent has brought to light the force of cross-currents which are helping the Coalition crack to widen. Tbe next Thousand Cases of Canuck Booze ToDetroitNightly Hundred Boats of AH Kinds Said To Be Engaged In This Traffic. _ luc LuamiUU craco iw i uu IICAV says the Egress, will be ou this AH the cattle are of common quality, 'selling, tor from for canners to or 59-00 for: the fair butcher corts and hellers. Trad- i ins slow at yesterday's prices. Choice veal" calves are In good' de- mand. Fiirly gooil lots are quoted at A few selected calves have heen sold nt nnd orcr. Tlfe' price of Iambs is lowered liy percentage of poor Iambs arriving from the east. lamos are too light and not wanted.' Market for light shop hogs lower Off car weights, selects, to SO. V CALGARY LIVESTOCK CALGARY, Aug. Ono' hundred nnd fifty-four cattle but neither hogs nor sheep" were unloaded at the stock- lyanls tills morning. Trading was I slow, hest teef steers being quoted jot ?10.00 to hulchnr cows witli" train was Into Sentinel. H stopped to allow some passengers off and was forced tu remain Iflero about ten min- utes. They searched some ot tho male passengers'but old not touch the women, and ordered every one lo keep their hands up. As soon as they finished they lump- ed off tbe south' side of the train anil two of them ran up a steep bank. Tho man with the black moustache took a position behind a telegraph pole and covered the rear of the train. The man in brown stretched out on top of the bank and covered tbe, of (lie train while tbe man with tbe blue shirt crawM under'the- fence. The bandits yelled several times to tbe engineer to start his train before he heard them. The express man, Mr. MacLeod slated, barred their door and stayed ill their car- Indian Decamped Soon after the train 'started an In dian jumped off and started back for Ireland. says that this area will yield nearly lumped on and starieu Iwlce as much-grain as in any other j Coleman. Ho was arraslcd year. On the government farm at I'idon by a provincial police officer Kapusing, wheat .will go nearly forty One family of campers got on at bushels to the aero, and tho simio !a Coleman, just In time to get. in on true of the farms mvncd by rrtura.4 Auf. ( The terms m the trade ag.-siv nient made between Canada and tlici West Indies at tbe June conference in Ottawa will be niaite vublie tomorrow. By arrangement between the various KOvernmemX if was sgreed that the tc-rini; ot thn agrcpmi'n1 published till August should not h The soldiers who slayed there despite the exodus of their fellows some lime ago. This laud, Dr. Grisdale states, is turn- ing out to be the very best in Canada. and equipment off at Sentinel and re turned on a freight to Coleman, their holiday finished. "Bill Miner" Held Up Bill Staples was standing neit vi'ns made to.cnablfi various i sentatives first to the agree inent lo their governments. Tho agreement gui'S further thpi the preferential tariff agreement ii forco for the last p.ignt years. H in {eludes in the mutual preference nj: Fill your caddy with LANKA In compliment to your friends, to do true justice to your hos- pitality serve Lanka when ycvi gather for tea. Each cup embodies the perfection of fla- vor achieved through skilled blending ol Ceylon's finest growths. BRAID CO. Vancouver, Canada 1 in Ontario, Columbia. and Yale, iu British TORONTO, Aug. S (Canadian hundred boats ot var- ious varieties are engaged In the rum- runnlng traftic across the Detroit riv- er between Canadian and United Slates territory at Windsor, Ont., am Detroit, Mich. At'least cases ol ;auadfan liquor are taken across the Iver to the United Slates every night, ccording to Isidore Poloiter, special .'lilted States district attorney at Jelroit. as expressed la an Interview ith the Toronto Star correspondent, who It at the border writing up the slt- uslion there. The correspondent declares, as the result ol his Investigations on tho scene yesterday, despite recent energetic efforts ot Canadian and United Stales authorities to stop tho traffic more liquor Is being shipped across '.ho river from AmherstburK, Ont., near Windsor, than aver before. Writs for these have not yet been issued. ONE ALASKA PLANE WRECKED EDMONTON, Aug. special to the Journal from Prince George, B.C., savs: Capt. Street, in command of tbe New York to Alaska Dying eipeditlon, arrived here from Jasper at Mou- da." afternoon to rajoln tfle rest of his squadron who had preceded him. Capt, Street arrived florins i terrlffli: storm and driving rain, orershot tuc landing fleli. wrwilng hit -ma- chine. It Is not certain whether he, can repair the airjlana or not. All rp.caiberi of ths party are Vrlacc George. Hon. Charles Marcil, M. P., In Eloquent Harry Britfain Replies instead of some nt tbe British colonies (Continued from Froiit Page) a top of ?8.75 making from ?S.OO lo .from one of the, ho jumped Ifi'c the cord in the car and the bau- dit fired point blank at him, the- bul- let Idiiging In Ibe other -end of the car. Eye Witness' Story William R. MacLeod and Albert Jlobine. both .of Superintendent C. D. MacKintosh's oflH-e, were on the train and Afr. MacLeod was a viclim Mr. MacLeo'l in the first class in the West Indies! It Increases the anil was so Intent on obeying Inslrur.- mutual tariff-prifereiice from the lions lhat he had to he told lo pill! present 20 per cehL to, it is under-. Btood, as high as 50 per cent, in the case of certain articles. There is also an extension to the "list of products ujion. preference has hitherto been given. Further, Ihe agreement provides.for increased steam EerHce transport and cable communications. Ibis hands down nga Conductor Jones watch ono Lethbrldge. purchased bis week ago In 'Wright's, It was reported yesterday that P. O. Inspector Smith was on this train leaving Lelhhridge. Local police are oretly certain Ihcy have the names ot the would-lio bandits, and .contemplate that they will be caught without trouble. Dr. Peler McNaughton, formerly As- sistant Superintendent at Hamilton, has been appointed, it is stated, Superintendent of the Cobourg Hos- pital for tho Insane. requires plenty Busy Explaining to World Pow- ers That Intentions Are Quite Peaceful TOK10, Aug. Press) Is no indication that Japan will refrain from carrying out mill- lary arrangements sho has made In dealing with the problems arising out of conditions in Siberia. The govern- ment some time ago outlined to the world ndwers its policy regarding Si- beria and In its forthcoming note to Washington will amplify statements it has sent to European capitals. This note, it undcrslood here, will point oiit the purely lempornry character of Aug. appreciation Can- ada's welcome lo the overseas news- papermen who are attending tbe Im- perial Press Conference was voiced by Sir Harry Erittain, K.B.B., chairm of Empire Press Union, at a civic luncheon today on Mount Royal, when Hon. diaries 'Marcil, M.P., extended on behalf ot the city of Montreal, an eloquent welcome and tribute ol friendship for the conference party. The luncheon came as a culmination to the .round of entertainment which the maritime provinces and Quebec City and ofandmere have given the party ainco they arrived, seven days ngo. "Tlmt Sir Harry Brit tain said, "lias increased iu crescendo and your gracious address today greets a band of kinsmen whose whole-heart ed devotion to your mighty land is be yond my poor powers to express." Sir Harry spoko as one well ac qiiainted with Canada nfter his numer oua visits here. He dealt with thi growtli of the Imperial Press Confer encc idea since his conception iu hi own mind of the scheme which bore fruit in 1S09 in the first press confer- ence in London. He praised Canada's part in tlie v.-ar, and speaking later In Kreuch, expressed Ills conviction that French and English CanndlanB would progress hand in hand In national de- velopment. Hon. Charles Marcil spoke of tbe standing of Montreal and tho prov- ince ot Quebec in the journalistic and commercial world. He extended to the conference the best wishes of Mont- realers for tlio success ot tbo delibera-' tic-iis shortly to open In OUavrn. O. A. Fairfax spoke briefly on he.- islf of tho overseas dominions' dele- and Robert Donald acknowledge ed on behalf of the publishers of the British Isles. the occupation by Japanese troops of points In tho Saghlln district. Possiblo misunderstandings abroad ore apprehended here becauso of the fact thai the city of N'ikolalevsk, on 'the Siberian mainland coast, will bo under control of Japanese military dc- tachnients. Xikolalevsk. was former- ly a part of the administrative district ot Primorskiiia, which was, in lurn, under tho jurisdlclion of the Russian marlllmo province, Japanese officials have been careful to explain lo foreign newspaper cor- respondents here lhat the United States-was wllbin her rights In ask- ing Japan to define her policy regard ing. Siberia, as the two rations sent Ironps (o Siberia under an arrange- ment made at the suggestion ot the Washington government.- Frank M. Clark, of Tledley, Texas, has just received Insurance on the life the largest hog it] the world, which died on bis .farm It weighed pounds, and he had refused iS.OOO for H. TIOKER MEN WILL DISCUSS NEW WAGES Aug. ranmerclal operators of the. Canadian Pacific Railway Telegraph company 1 tonight hold a meeting to dicido what action will be taken in regard to the already announced wage increuscs awarded by. tho board ot conciliation. VALUABLE DOCUMENTS Bonds, jtisorance policies and other nable documents should not be kept at home where they are'likely to be lost or mislaid. The Safety Deposit Boxes of das Bank provide at a moderate cost an excellent means of keeping valuable papers. I THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL i RESERVE FUND j LETHBRIDGE BRANCHES. ;W. Reikie, Manager. Buying or Selling at Calgary Stock Yards No need of carrying luge aujoa of money, certified bank need to worry about etc, when buying or selling at the Calgary Stoc.k Yards., The neiu Calgary Stock Yarda Branch of the Merchnnta Bank of Canada will serve you, by transferring fandi to or from your home bank. The Manager will also1 furnish information you may desire re market con- ditions. Write, telephone, or wire. There is room in the bank for youruss while at the Yards. E: meRCHANTS BANK Head Office: Montreal. OF LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, CANADA, Established 1884, R.3. DINNING, Manage Bunches ilio M O.i Sub-Afcncr a n d NotW MlL PARIS LONDON VIVAUDOU MONTREAL NEIWYORK, FIX DATES FOR BYE-ELECTIONS OTTAWA, Aug. will lio hold In St. John city and coiinly, N.B., nni) In Colchester, N.S.. Monday, Sept. 20. N'omiiiati will be on Sept. Gi Tho bye-elections are necessitated by tho apnolulmcnl to Hie new government of Hon. Hup ert VV. Wfgmore, minister of customs and inland revenue, and member for St. John, and Hon. F. B. mfnisler of public works, who repre sents Colchester In Ihe house of com' mons. Both will seek re-election. Threo other seals In Ibe hoiiRC ol commons remain vacant, these being I East Elgin and West Peterboro, both I MAWS Hcforc the few drops of Jlavis Toilet water and A- sprinkla of you are ready -to motor oft Mavis talc will preserve all tha youthful charm of your skin. 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