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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1920 THE.LET-HBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS -Finance 'Livestock Men Put In Protest Against Increased Rates Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG, Aug. Inlng of good guility. Choke but- oash Cher steprs Jll to }12: best female choice feeder markets for coaroa grains contlbued I butchers ?9 to ?10; extremely quiet again today. There la j steers }8 to J9. excellent demand Misting for Choice lambs were secured from everything, with offerings execution- f 12.50 to ?1S.50 sr.d good light 'ally.light. lo ?8.50. Oats closed %g higher for October and December, and quoted for Uhe first time closed at Barley fl higher' for October and [higher tor December. Hai ceut jaiBher for October, and clueed'at 356 I f or November, which opened today tie first aya clows) 4-centa Italghor for Octolxuv Ojxn Joss tt 85V4 75% Vi A decline was on the hog market, selects, fe'd and watered being quoted at 520.50. Toronto Livestock TORONTO; Aug. receipts 374. Market tho rate was resumed very slow, prices steady to weaker. lhe railway commission this Top for steers J13.00. No good cattle Ho declared tbat tho crush. Oet. _ jOct, f liye-- u.1. 837; sw 126 1175 -J501 197 i Cosh Prfcem C.W., S POlVsVxo. 1 Feed, No. J-Feed, 90V4. C.W, H6; i C.W., 130; and feed, US; tract, 141. N.W.C, 3 J351W; 3 .O.W.. condemned, (27754; track, Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Aug. belief business oh a large scale being done under cover had 'bullish effect today on the'Wheat mar 'k'et. Unfavorable crop advices from the northwest tended to lift values. Trading, however, lucked volume. Op- ening iprices which ranged frotu 1 tc 2 cents higher with December 240 to Claim Most Inopportune Time Ruin To Business To the Western Canada Colon- Meeting At Ass'n Regitu OTTAWA. Aug. protest against increased freight rates was made ou of the crushed stone Industry''of Ontario, by Robin Boyle, on the market. Cow's and bulls about steady at yesterday's prices. Poor quality, weaker. Quite a number ofi loads of western cattle of fair quality i the market. receipts 129. Calf market steady. Tops.J19.50. Sb'eep, receipts 344. Sheep market about steady. Lamb market steady to strong. Top }13.75. Hogs, receipts 424. Market un- changed at 120.25 fed and watered. Montreal Stocks MONTREAL. Aug. low! lock exchange opened moderately strong this morning. During the.first half hour, however. Borne .fractional declines wero recorded In the whole list with the exception of Quebec Railway which held firm at 31. Trad Ing was distinctly dllll.- Toronto Stock Exchange TORONTO, Aug. was quiet on the Toronto exchange this morning but the 'few sales made indi- cated an improvement in sentiment Atlantic Sugar made a good advance bat the gains made in practically al] stocks dealt in were slight. New York Stocks NEW YORK. Auj. sales: C. P. R..116; U. S. steel 86 3-8; U. S. steel preferred'106 ,V4. 240 1-2, and March were followed Bnr Silver liy a slight reaction and then hy a I NEW YORK, Aug. silver drailcd fresh advance. I domestic 99 1-2; foreign, 95 3-8. Oats were firmer in sympathy with corn, opening 1-Sc to l-4c to l-2c lower hut soon finish. climbed above yesterday's Later, It developed tbat the British Royal Commission had bought some wheat ami was bidding for The market closed strong, E 7-S to ti 1-2 .cents net higher, with December '344 1-2 to 245 and March 247 7-S. Calgary Livestock CALGARY, ing. market at. the etockyards today. Jtuyers being aitor oeef hut prices Ulld not advance above yesterday's quo- >lations. Beef steers. 49-50 to Ihecf COWB, to veal light stociem, 17.00 all our ills is to be found in the adop- -jously iiimeil at the Liberal opposl- will make It more tasty. u-lil p> through all departments. is found that (or children i which were absolutely should te made necessary featcd, would go the far- 'thcst in advocacy of free trade would I f ,i_ t_i. L t niiuuiu uii liitai. in uutucuv; ut 11 vs. vruuiu the primary grade of the public school, At the openjng Of the afternoon ses- le In absolute control of the situation., thers ara teachers and many of adjourned tho rates] closing his references to the tariff. hearing until Wednesday jvromjer tne cabinet tar-' next, and took up the hearing of the iff commission, which commences its Uritish Columbia railway company icr: September. these must go. FARMERS .OF NEBRASKA TO MARKET OWN LINCOLN, 13 said...........______ tho largest co-operative organization j Central Park line between ancoursr 0 the ajmej af hy the eov- GRAIN !ullllroval of incrcaseil tariff of com-j ,he determine lid fares between points oa the j what is necessarr lo ot farmers In the Uniled States has New Westminster, just been formed hare. It will mar- ket the grain of the members of the -Nebrflsha Farmers' Union and cllmluate middlemen and brokers. Archie ConnelS, aged 13, of King- ston, unset a lump In bts dream and was fatally burned. No New Ventures For New Premier Hon. Arthur Meighcn Declares Agriculture Not Oppressed By Present Tariff STIRLING, Ont, Aug. the course of -his speech at the picnic here yesterday. Premier Arthur Met referred to the unsettled .condi- tions in the world today. "The atti- tude ot the mind is unreasonably critical and he said. "Nothing that a government can 'or will do is satisfactory. The people In the towns grumblo at tho high prices of farm products. The farnr era grumble at tho high prices they have to pay for products of the towns. The ordinary business man is com- plaining'ot the burden of taxation, federal, provincial and municipal. In lhe midst of it all tfie reds, the sov. lets and the Ono liig Union ar Ing (in :m insidious campaign lodge rooms by means of spol written propaganda with the object of destroying everything not of their class, 'just as Bolshevism in Europe is wrecking nations and seeks to'ovcr- turn the whole world. "In llicse days wlit-n HID. world is In a condition of flux, when trading conditions arc sertcinsly disturbed nml their fiilurc incapable of being predicted, when Ihc currencies of all: countries are Inflated, when nearly I all the important nations are over- eminent and lhe chief of these aru: To get revenue Ib'earry on the work o'f government our debts; [o give Canadian industries just en- ough advantage in the Canadian mar- ket as will enable them lo expand, _ and to keep Canadian workingmen In j Canada. -A BIG because present do.; foods do not contain eiyuigh phosphate to give the body and especially tho nervous sys- Join (ho supply it needs. Speaking on this verv subject. Dr. S. Kqilc, L'dUurjtt-Chlpf ol Spend your vacation tMs summer in the wonderful outdoors of-Wcsteni Canatht the bcanlf- Canadinn llmifcics.. l.nkc Ip the warmest water EiioiiDtain lake in Hritisli Columbia. grandest ot scenery. Knrt- less sport, pleasure and rest. Golf, boating, rlOiru-. nmlorlntf. climbing, rabln'Accommodation with every modern "01- veuience. ,nn .acccptnd now. Full particulars can Tlirongl] Sleeping Cars from Calgary on. Train No, I nt .Tuesdays rrfilrning samo ,day f'-om Car placed for occupancy 'at Calvary previous evening. J.GORDON TICKET AGENT, PHONE 512 Physicians' "Who's and a na tlonally known author of medical text bonks, in a most emphatic statement said: "If .1 had my way, Dltro-l'hospnat- should ho prescribed by everv docloi and used in every hospital.'- later, Dr. Kollo said: "When tho, nerve tissue begins lo lode Us vital- ity, woman begins lo lose her yrmlh and vlvacionsnertS. Her livtly, pleas- ant disposition fades be- comes irritable, uncompanionable, nv.'Ody and dcepondcnl. It would In rioid bo u godsend if inoro men an] women were aware of IhR efficacy of Hiiro-Phosphate." Hot weather Is dreaded by men and women who arc weak, thin, nervous, thnM and lacking In vigorous develop- ment because it saps their vitality al- moat to the breaking point. To all finch people Phosphate Is recommended because it Is Ihu one organic phosphate which, when ab- sorbed by the system, will supply Iho element necessary for a vigorous, healthy body froo from any suggestion of weakness or disordered nerves. Voisr druggist has Bllro-I'hoaiihiile in the original package with complete inslrucUoua {or best -----OF- THE UNDERSIGNED WILL OFFER AUCTION FOR SALE AT PUBLIC AT THE LETHBRIDGE STOCK YARDS ON SATURDAY, AUGUST AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP 125 mares and geldings, four lo eight years old, woighls 1300 to 1000 each, including a number ot matched teams, good color, sound and broke. This herd ia well known to Iho public and la one of the best to select from. These horses will lie sold without reserra as the owners are going out of the horse business. TERMS OK per cent. cash. Balance three months credit on furnishing approved joint notes wilh 8 per cent, on all credit amounts; or 8 per cent, oft for cash on all credit amounts. F. L. WHITNEY, MRS, D. J. WHITNEY, Owners J, SMITH, ;