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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1020 THE LETHBREDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE' MARKET REPORTS vestock- --Finance Aur. local case the British Royal CommLsslon wag markets were quiet today vlth only jtlll out of the as a bqyer o! a limited demand tor oats, harley aiid flax. Spreads wen unchanged. October oats closed iower and December lower; barley hlghar for October aad up for December, and Bat 3% cents higher tor. October. Quotations. Open Oct. 84'. Deo. 80 Clo 7S j pet; w i Ctth Pricsa 2 0. W. S'C. W, Extra 1 Feed............. 1 Few! Tack MS 88% S C. W. 143 i Rejected and I Track 158% I 1 N. W. C. ......353S i 2 C. W 317% i C, W I Track 353'A wheat, had no apparaat Loflueaoo a on the upturm In vaJow. Op- coftig prices, which raced from ZV4 to higher, with December 21} to 216 and March 2-i6 to M714 were fnt lowed by additional gains for TXsoeao- ber. OaU raaMted vlth other grata, starting to 1% up, Saplember to 76% and later hardening etui more. Subsequently the tonor foreign construed "as faTorable (o an ar- mistice was quick back to Tho close vraa weak, 3 1-1 16 4 canti net Itreor, wHh Decam- tier 336 1-2 and March 2S8. Montreal Stocks MONTREAL. Aug. The local Block exchange opened with a slight- ly stronger this morning, al though -many Issues developed a de- cided -weakness daring the first hall hoiuv Tha ,-iaper group was tho chief sufferer among those so afle Winnipeg Livestock Aug. (Dominion Receipts, 93 cattle. 130 hoga and 100 sheep. Bidding was steady today with prsv low close. Pew choice butcher steers I 2 c. W; changed hands aroand major Chicago Grain Illy killing Bteoru, J10.50; lult female CHICAGO, Aug new ad-i butchera, lo 19.00, with Joy, nelimir up to J10.W; good Quality feed er steers, J8.00 to itocker steers, choice, to (6.60. quxUty tomba, Ughl sheep; good, f7.00.-to J7.60. Hoes, selects, S19.00 to S13.EO. Toronto TORONTO, Am. ralllei In tht price of wheat resulted today from coatinned ani'.ety orer the-iftellhood ot war between Britain and Russia. Prolonged dry-weather In the corn belt, threatening serious crop damage, leaded further to In- tensify, bullish On other h'and, reiterated assertions that "TT IB Imperativo that every asrioul- i tortet form a Bound association with. progreeslTe Banktog Institution. Thia Bank is production by providing a broad sorrica lor ambitious '.i Jarmeni ABT of our 40O branohea can furniah reliable information ap to jnar- kata and shipping facllitiea. UNION BANK OF CANADA Lethbridge Branch C. King, Manager also at Cardston Barons LAKE WINDERMEKE CAMP Through' Sleeping Cars from Calgary on Train No. 1 nt iL.m. Taeedaye an-i FrldAys, roturniDB same and send them to jail .In- stead ot a fine. If farmers are not breaifng tho law wfcy tils Ullnre to enforce. "The reference to farmers relates, of course, to the. oft-repeated state- ment that the Ontario farmers along tha Detroit riyer border are among he chief contributory In regard to the non-enforcement of the iquor laws." OOltBTANTDTOPli; An Tnrttah Mattoaaltatu ouen- tu otfersiio sgzhiBt (be Oreeks n the region northeast ot Bressa, Juit o ths ooutb. of tho flea of Marmora- Tbft G7eeks are confident, howe-ver, that they will be able to rout the orees oJ Remal Pasha, the NaUonal- st leader, when the concentration of Greelc forces frota Ttiraxie Is conv German marks at tivo or three times their current value price. Then Parliament Can Deal with .Excess Profits C. Slay Make TORONTO. Ant. the question of higher freight rates, the INCREASES REirr DOLLAR PTR FOR EVERY CHILD of 'oddest hereabouts of an excow for lo- ot rentals haa come to light a St. a biadlord hai given notice to tenants that their rent will be Increased one dollar per month or erery child in the family. He that a with a family- p live either In a ehack or out In the country. First Rye Mrveretl at Eleva- Cutting Wil! Be General Tuesday (Special to the Herald) TABER, first grahi of the season was delivered elevators today. Ryft threshing Is In full cwlng and the grain Is being delivered. One farmer finished cutting his field of wheat on Thursday. Wheat cutting In the trict general by -next Tuesday, and this district will this year market one of the greatest grain crops In point of bushels ever seen here. CANT F1ITO BUYERS T4 FOR U. S. WOODEN SHIPS _ _ WASHINGTON. Ang- of moro than tons ot ifeoden' 106 Teasels of a part of the war time merchant marine prosrui ot the most dlffic Ing the Bhipping Board. of the craft, aggregating IO.WO weizht tonA. were offered recently, no trayeri found. BRIDe -TO-BE D4EA ON EVE OF WEDDING LONDON, taw years ago IL Arthnn Loudoc was by a motor car .drfven. hy a wealthy woman when he was croaa- Ing a main street In Philadelphia. When the ladr died sfae left him He hai been Irrmg in Cali- fornia for Borne, time, sad recently wrote friends that was to be married to a eharmtnf fM of Palo Alto. Today relatives received irord that the bride-to-be died saddenly on the eve of her -redding. All Get; Some Cutworm Damage (From Our Own correspondent) WHITLA, Xug. 3. will bfl much more whest hanaled by Ihe- ele- vators Jiere than-vras expected. Fiolils lliat lookcil two weeks as thougli Toronto World (W. K. MacLcan, -il "There Is a question about the Ca nadlau Pacific'wilch we think is fo the government rather than for th railway commission. The comluLs sion must'fix.: rale, and i will then be up to tha gbrernmont an parliament to deal with tho .ezces profits ot the C. P. R." No Extra Sittings OTTAWA, Aug. 6. by a representa- tive of the Canadian today, "Farmers Will! CUIet Commissioner Csrrell of tho i aimers that'there will he the board other lhan those fixed for Ottawa- to bear the application of the Canadian raU- ways for a 30-per cent. Increase in railway rates. Mr. Carrell also Inll- mated that the're would he no ad- journment of- tha ;heartng which will commence on Tuesday, August 10th, excepting as may they coiild not possihly stand the drouth seem to have taken a new lease on life and it .now loois as if. wtih a few exception's, 'every farmer the district will gat soiao wheat'. Ceo. C' Bent, the largest grower or wheat In tills township, estimates uis yield at hetweeu five and six thous- and bushels, while. N. A. Hobth, who is fanning the old Xanhciscr place, dc- clarea he will Ihfesli nearly four thous- and bushels, and several smaller far- mers will thresh from, five hundred to fifteen hundred .bushels. Cutworms deslroyeil 280 acres of wheat Haft.. This. Is the heaviest loss-from "culworras in Ihe be necesEary. fory'lba inspection ol documents and'-eihibits and the need for which may occasionally arise. The chief commissioner .said that .a demand has arisen for hearings in different parts ot Canada, more par- ticularly In the west, but as no local questions are Involved and the only matter to be dealt with is one o) principle, the question of whether or not there should he an Increase in rates, and If so to what extent the application of thn'railways was one thai conld properly be heard at the capital -Cuiting commenced yeslenSay 01 fields here and there. The wheat Is ripening rapidly and cutting will be gcheral the latter part of nezl week. Geo. B. Hall, the well-lmcwn veter- an ex-mounted policeman returned re- cently from Medicine Hat hospital, where' he underwent treatment for acute neuralgia. Arthur C. Pope was operated upon recently for blndder trouble at Medi- cine Hat hospital. Ho returned home Saturday last and Is doing nicely. Mrs. Chas. Sturm returned from 3fo- dicine Hat hospital yesterday. She had n goitre and also a tumor remov- ed. She has been ailing for a long time and it is honed that she will Boon be herself again. Jaki) Llenhart, tho well-known' tm- plemcnt.dcaler ot Whitl.i, lias returned from a weeVa ouling at Blkwater Her. Perclvsl Mays, rector ot St in 1 -Mark's church, Homlllon, will tender his rdsfgnatiou to Bishop Clark, it was announced at a special vestry meeting called as the result of con siderable unpleasantness lhat croppec up in connection with the recen bazaar and lawn fete. lake. He brought home a tlno buncl of pickerel which bo distributed nmong his many friendfl hereabouts. A buying station haa been opene< here by Campbell Mid Griffin of Cal gary. Crer-.m, butter, eggs and poul try will be bought by them and pair fo- as as laid down on tho prem ises. Mrs. J. S. Llenhart Is their ag ent and the buying station Is locate In Ihe collage formerly owned by "Bill" CrickctL Miss Maxtno Richardson is visitin friend? In AT THAELL'S By bargains we mean real hottest reductions in Men's Suits, Shoes, Hats and Furnishings, and men; these goods' could not be bought at wholesale today for such prices. So be -wise and do your shopping at Thaell's tomorrow... SUIT SPECIAL No. I fn thta lot we hare together some excellent Tatties in all colors and Uie very latest. Regular and Saturday SUIT SPECIAL No. 2 In this lot ws inclnde Itoes oi ae mills. Regular to 555.00. Saturday MEN'S OXFORDS These sell j-egularly for MEN'S SHOES In the Tery latest and mHrle by the best maker in Canada. Regular Saturday Here is a Dandy! Just the shoe you-hare been looking for and a bargain. "Regular J14.00. Saturday MEN'S STRAWS Including nil shapes. Regular 14.M to (6.00- Satorday PYJAMAS Tn tfammer weight cot- ton, pin stripe. Regular Saturday Men's Summer- Weight Flannelette Pyjamas Regular Saturday Men's Black Cotton Regular 50c a pair. Sat- urday 3 pair See Our Special Display for Saturday A LARGE RANGE OF, MEN'S NECKTIES X Regular to Saturday T 75c J. F. THAELL MEN'S FELT HATS In colors green, brown snd grey. Regular to Saturday 315 FIFTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 1160 azor Only a sharp blade a perfect shave Art imstrppped blade cannot give as good tt shave to-day as it did yesterday and must soon be discarded. The exclusive self-stropping feature of tHe' AiitoStrop Razor ensures from each blade as perfect a shave each day as the day before. It is as easy to clean as to to unscrew or take apart. 'Any dealer will demonstrate the AutoStrop Razor to you, guarantee satisfaction or refund of purchase price. Only with in an attractive assortment cases to suit any purpose. 'AtrtoStrop Safety Razor Co., Uraiiei- AotoStrop Building, Toronto, Canada ;