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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST o, 1020 THE LBTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FIVE Soviet Advance Continues Ales WI Take Steps to Kelp Pokd WINNIPEG, Aug. the'United States markets todiy for created a vory bullish scntUueut for all grains here, and the enttro liel niai'o vury substantial gains. The local cash markets, however, continued dull. October oats closed .cents'higher and December cents up; barley SV4 certs higher for October, KIU! 314 uu for December, and fl.ix un- changed tor Octolwr. Quotations Open Close 1 -84 I 79% jOct............. 12054 114% lU'A 350 350 Cash 'Prices' I C.W., 95; 3 C.W.. ex- Vtra No. 1 Feed, 91; No. 1 Feed, 89; }Xo. 2 Feed, S7; Track. 89. O.W.. 4 C.W.. '.laO'Kj; rejected nud feed, track, 1 .V.W.C., 350; 2 C.W.. 314; C.W., 20C; condemned, track, 1350. 1S5. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG. Aug. 2.4SO i SOD hogs nr.i! 400 succ-p. the nir.rket-for was more active today. Best of butcher steers, to JU.SO with a few topping at female butchers, choice, to 510.00: rair to good, to 53.50; bulk good feeder steers, SS.OO to J9.00; stocker steers, good, to 5G.50. The hog.'market ranged from 518.15 i to 519.00 for selects.. .Toronto Livestock TORONTO, Aug. receipts Cattlo. market quid, prices steady to 25 weaker in classes. Packer's not operating lo any extent. 'Ton sales were Stoekers and feeders trade tmiet at steady prices. Calf receipts 1S2. Calf market ?1.0U weaker. for heavy calves active. Choice 515.00 to Sheep receipts 125. Kheoii steady, v Lamb trado quiet but holding steady. Tops. Hogs receipts 474. Hog1 market steady. Fed and watered basis selects -Montreal Stocks Aug. local Ktock exchange displayed a weak toae during the first halt -hour this changed to Vt lov.-er with at 70% to 71. and that made sulstan-' Hal gains. Cables pointing to great tension be-, tweeu Kcglaad and Russia led to further sharp price advances later, but to no radical enlargement ot pit deal' ings. Tha market clored.nervous, 10 to 11 1-S cents net higher, vilh De- cember 3.40 to 1-2 and March 2.42. New York Stocks NEW YORK, Aug. sales: C.P.K, 117; U. S. Steel, U. S. .Steel preferred, N. Y. FUNDS NEW YOliK, Aug.' eas7. demand fii.GOy; cables ?3.61. Canadian dollars 8S 11-16 HAY MAHKET (Prices furnished by Karm Products Ltd.) Xo. 1 Alfalfa, per ton.......... ?28 Xo. 1 raised timothy and alfalfa per ton 31 _ No. 1 timothy, per von V........ 34 j No. 1 alfalfa meal, (sacked) ton 45! (Prices f.o.b. cars L.elhbridge Premier Lloyd -George Makes Statement in House Will Make Another Statement on Monday Next, The steady march of the Rus- sians upon Warsaw has created a situation which Is causing grave" anxiety in European capitals! Sc_mc expressions go even to the. extent of comparing tt that of August 1914. The allies are making represen- tation? to soviet Russia En aid of Poland.- the British note dis- patched yesterday being now de- scribed in some quarters as In the nature of. an ultimatum, al- though allegations that It con- tained a Ihruat of war are' not confirmed in authoritative quar- ters. The Russian emissaries now in London are have _ the gravity of coridl-. tlons and to be urging their gov- ernment to halt the Russian' march In Poland. LONDON, Aus. a statement In the house of commons today, in re- Now Busy Trailing in the Sta- S. Team is Now En'Route gard to last evening's conference with the soviet delegates, Jir. Lloyd George said he and Mr. floimr. Law mado it clear to' M. Krasstn and Kanieneff tuat the immediate conclusion of an armistice on fair terms was the only course which would remove suspicion that the soviet government was in- sincere In its professed dcslro for peace and JU declaration that it in- tended to respect the liberty and in- dependence of Poland. ANTWBKP, Aug. thirty-one members of the Canadian Olympic tcnm have arrived here and together with dozens of athletes ot other coun- tries, were busily engaged yesterday In training at the stadium fpr the var- ious events. Tha Italian team, numberiug 21, the South Africans, Egyntiaus and Greeks arrived recently. Hans Kolchmainen, the famous Pimrinh is also on the ground. Petter Trivoulidas, winner ot the 1920 Bostou marathon, is here lo rep- resent Greece in the Olympic mara thon, accompanied by his trainer, '_ Peter Hagelman, of Mew York. M T. George added that he and Bpaar also made tt clear that, la the tkAi ethno- graphical Puuuid had beeu lurided, would Uie effective steps to re more obstacles in the way of trans- mission to Poland from Danzig of military supplies which could be ob- tained from that quarter." The premier concluded; think ki view ot the critical state of affairs I would rather not raske any farther statement this afternoon, but, should eventually our suspicions be- confirm- ed, I will make a full statement to the house on Monday as to Buch fur- ther naval or military action which It may be necessary to lake." He said the whole object of the pro- posed peace conference In London had beeu Jeopardized by the soviet army's advance. Munitions for Poles WAHSAW. Aug. re- cently unloaded at Danzig by the British were arriving during the day, and tanks, rifles and artillery from France, were rushed 10- the front. French are arriving daily to act as technical edvisers at Polish general headquarters in Ihe tlona for Warsaw's final stand against Uie invaders. There was no let up In the fighting, particularly aloug the northeastern and eastern sectors where the soviet forces were rapidly moving toward Warsaw. Xcsollatlon's for an armistice seem to have sttnmlale-d Ihe Bolshevik who with the exchange ot notes between i Warsaw and Moscow governments he- t gan Ihair drive with new vigor. PREMIER BOOSTS MCKEL DISTRICT SUDBURY, Ont.. Aug. thousand people of the nickel district and a bratvs hand greet- Premier Melghen at Sud- bury station last night while he> was en route to the capital. Speaking from the observation ptatform of his car he made the prediction that in the next decade the products of the mine would exceed the manu- factured, perhaps, the agri- cultural production of ths Do- minion. He gave the produc- tion ot nickel a premier plaoa in this evolution. DE VALERA IN WASHINGTON 1 Aus- De "president of th? provis- nal Irish was at his office re yesterday and his secretary said ans for the immediate future were definite. RITISH GOVERNMENT DEFEATED IN LORDS Aug. Canadian .ssociatei government offered defeat in the house ot lords ate last on the amendment to miDea bin. proposing taat lustead f a minister of viiues, there should 9 a parliamentary secretary. Lord 'eel for the government urged that he amendment constituted in attack pon the principle ot the bill, hut the eers carried the amendment by 28 o 2J. Dissemination of British News Receives gates Welcomed in Ottawa Sir George Foster Refuses To Resign Seat For G. A. U. W TORONTO, Aus. tieorge inclined to think'that such a mandate Foster, M.P. for North Toronto, in should; not be disregarded on tho acknowledging the receipt of a cle- :nand from tbe G. A. U. "W., that lie and the other representatives of. the Toronto ridings resign'their seats in parliament, lias refused to comply the request. In his letter he "I .have my idea uf the ser: as did Abitibl.: Brompton lost 'a point. Sugar, was linn at its opening level. Laurentide was firm at about tits closing1 last night.' Other issues wero distinctly nulel. A successful bear attack developed on the stock market go over the Olympic course.' Fivo United States .bicyclists, enter- ed for (he roati service, arrived yes- terday. The athletes of the United States are en route on the 'transport Matokfa and are' eipecfed to arrive late this week. They.will ie among loners "lo' vices I owe to my constituency and t the I must bo allowed to perform them, in the.manner I think nost couducitle to the public in- terest. constituency gave uie a man-" date for the legally term and not for a fraction thereof. I am uti uiu aiuuiv iiiiii itii 4 t 11 this morning and the entfre Hat sub- li'e Iast the same valuable results us dirt th first conference in 1909, and play big part in tlib Bulimon-of -the-pro lems of reconstruction. Hon. Arthur Melgheu, .prlmo mini ter, and Hon. W. L. MacKenzle Kin leader of thi) .opposition, spoke fo mally iu: wel-orus to tue delegates. Consideration ot the -resolution cable rates will be continued this afle neon. UritiBh and .Canadian del gates were emphatic this morning their opposition to the acceptancs any government' subsidies, whl might possibly imply government con- trol of the character of news services. Gov.-Generai's Welcome OTTAWA, Aug. (By Canadian In his speech of welcome to the Imperial 1'ress Conference, Infor- mally declaring the conference open, His Excellency said: "My mind goes back to the time ot the first conference in England In 1309. "The success which attended il justified that conference In the fullest of future ONE OF 'PEG STRIKE LEADERS REL6A6EO WINNIPBO. after 6U months of a nine months' sen- tence for seditious utterances during the general strike, was released from the pioYiacial jail at noon today on telegraplt- ic order of the secretary of state at Ottawa to Deputy Sheriff .John Pyninfier. Par- neli mvct a month for the next three rltfcAl and troubled days ahead. We iaTe to face facts as they are. But we have vision and confidence in our- selves, and no body ot meu is mora apable than this one of having a wider and mere far-reaching influ- ence 011 public oplnlou. We are now landing at the turning point of our history and you are meeting with real responsibilities. But as your! work snd Influence Urfieal thy sciTKulsthebestof wheat. Unhealthy gums kill the best of teeth. To keep the teeth sound keepthe guma ice proved ot such well. Walch for tender and Seeding assislance In the empire's war gums. This is a symptom of Pyorrhea, rohlems, we are confident that you will bo able to prepare yourselves to meet your responsibility In the im- mediate future and to' prepare Ihn way for brighter times In the days ot peace." After extending to the delegates a warm welcome to Canada and ex- pressing Canada's appreciation of the honor- of haying been chosen as the meeting place of the second press conference. His Excellency assured the delegates (hat they would find throughout Canada, In the'Vemainlng s of the tour, the same spirit of friendship and good will which had met them In their journey so far. His Excellency spoke of the neces- sity which appeared for a wider im- perialistic In empire affairs. Canadians were sometimes proae to attach too much Importance to Its local, almost parochial affairs, and OUP result to be hoped from'the press conference, was the appreciation by all of the necessity for considering the destinies of the British people as a whule la the working out of our problems. The governor-general closed wllh flalteriag reference lo Sir Roberl Borden's administration- and regrel tbat'he had been compelled to resign the premiership. His Excellency ex pressed complete faith In the powers of Sir Robert's successor, Mr. Sleigh to carry on the task. Lord Burnhaui nominated chairman of tho Canadian seclion of the Empire Press" Union? as honorary chairman of the confer- ence. Lord Atbolslan in accepllng said that tho honorary chairman having no work to do, .he could, hardly plead that lie was not capable of filling the position; The chairman moved s resolution that the conference. render to the which afflicts (our out o! foe people _ I over forty. Pyorrhea menaces the body as as the teeth. Not only do the gums recede and cause the teeth to decay, loosen and fall out, but the infecting Pyorrhea genus Jowerlhe body's yital- ity and cause many serious ills.'. To avoid Pyorrhea, visit your dentist frequently for tooth and gum inspec- tion. AnduseForhan'sFortheGumjL Forhan's For the Gums will prevent check its if used in time and used Ordinary dentifrices cannot do this. Forhan's will keep the prm3 firm and healthy, the teeth white and dean- Start using it todays If gum-shrinkage- has set in, use Forhan's according to directions, and consult a dentist for special Ueatment. 35c and GOc tubes in Canada and U. S. If yoiir druggkl. cannot supply you, send price to us direct and we wu mail tube postpaid. FORHAN'S, Mmlrcal THE GUMS degres aud iii the events, proved of the highest value in guidlirg us through that critical per- od which followed It. It would he die to pretend that wo do ,hot see r. general upturn thai in some cases went finish. cents above yesterday's Oats were firm, sympathizing with fither grains. The market opcued un- blatt, president of the American Zlo'n Commonwealth, who is now in Pales tine in the intoiesls of Ihe colony of the American Kion Com- monwealth. There's a Difference Between the flavor, crisp- ness and satisfaction of 1 Post and ordinary corn flakes. you order from tiLje grocer, tlie test at price. ,Tell liim to J send .you. Post Toasties, BestjCorn flakes Made Canadian Pdstum Cereal Co.Itd, (Special to the ilorald) HOW ISLAND, Aug. Island anil district wero- almost stunned last Suiimtay afternoon when the nowa came from of tlie double tragedy enacted there thai afternoon. As botli -parties were BO weir known here It was felt more keenly. Eafly In 1908. Mrs.' A. Smith and family moved from Dakota to How Is- land. The daughter, Lauretta, was in er IGth year nt that time. Soon after [r. Wateraon with Mr. Colp oponed p a hardware business here, Lta ivaa'a girl of very winning-man- or and by that sweet way has made ml held many friends. Mr. Water- on, as others, was attracted acd soon 10 tale of love calmlriated In a mar- lage. Two weo.girls of seven anil .re are left now without father or nolher. Soon after tho marriage they loved to the homestead'and some, me after the homestead waa proved Dead 5Ian Said io Hare Once licen Employed by Canad- ian Government re S3 OTTAWA, Aug. Canadian search of the records of the mounted police department fails lo throw any light on the stale ment that Frank Sokolowski, a. New York labor leader who was recently murdered, was formerly employed by the Canadian government under the name of Frank Genutls. It Is quite possible, however, that at fiomo time he may havo been employed in somi part of the Dominion an Interpret or in some- other capacity. A New Haven dispatch stated tha Sokolowgki. who was murdered b> poison, alleged lo have been thrown in his face by hia wife, was at om tlie namo ot the late Mrs. Waterson tho Lethbrldge undertaking larlors to tho home of her mother i iere on Monday evening. The fun-1 oral was at 3 p.m. yesterday. There I was no service at the- house or grave ixcept prayers which wero said by Mrs. Halpin. The pallbearers were Messrs. Hamll and L, Uowe tit- Burdett and Messrs. I., James, a T. Hands. H. S. lleattie and L. Culllns, The floral offerings, sent by. friends were beautiful. Mrri. "Vv'atersGu leaves to mourn her loss a widowed raolhcr and four -brathore, Herman of Coaldale, Fred of l.cth- bridge, Leo and Harold ,o( Bow Island, and two wee daughters. The' people of Island exlond Ihcir deepest sympathy to the bereav- ed and especially to thn mother and tbo llltie daughters in this great Bor- row, Mr, and Mrs, Fred Smith, of I.eth- brEdge and'Mrs. Herman Smith of Coaldale were In attendance at their sister's funeral yesterday, Thfi laic Mr. Wfiterson, who lived In Bow Island and district for a few years, made many friends while hero who loday mourn hla death and oilcnd their sympathy lo his sorrowing rela- tives. gorernmcnt of Canada, and tlie" au- thorities of the West ludies congratu- lations on coniplelioii their pro- gram providing for better means of communication and trading facilities. The resolution was seconded by G. E. Fairfax, chairman of tbo Austral- ian tfelcgation, and carried unani- mously. Czar Nicholas of Itussfa, and. recently an organizer for tho American Fedcr- atlon of !n various Unllcrl States cenlers. friendly1 hand, no matter wKerc you are, THE COCA-COLA COMPANY WINNIPEG Damages by hail in the- Didsburr district, Recording lo reports received by the Alberla governmcrt Insitranco brancK, will nm lo about an thOTOsiiIt of Urn recent Rlorms that visited llial part of tho province, ronsidprable was also donft iu the ;