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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta riUDAY, ATGUST THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS WINNIPEG, Aug. demand No. 1 feed 90 Jor cash oats today was limited, with: Track S9 (he withdrawal of eastern buyers! BAKLEY-t- from the market. Spreads dropped about C cenis. The other grains were iu demand, but offering's continued light. Oats .'closed 1 1 Sc lower Jor October, 1 1-2 cents dowa tor De- cember, aud 2 cents lower for May; barley 1-2 cent lower for October and V 1-8 cuuts down fir December; flax 2 cents down for October and un- changed for November, and rye un-1 cbangcd lor October. Quotations: Open. Close. October S5U S4 December......... W-i 7SV4 May 84V5 S3'.4 October 126 -December........ 116 113% October 358 3o5fe November 350 Ocfober No, 3 No. 4 C.W... Rejected aod feed ......-.......llTVi .Track .....i FLAX- NO. 1 N.W.C...................355% No. 2 C.W...34HS No. 3 Rejected........ Track Winnipeg Livestock i I WINNIPEG, Aug. during tho Brst half hour. Sugar, Drewerlcs, Spanish lilver common and Brazilian wore steady. Quebec nail- way developed strength fractionally. Spanish preferred dropped a yuiat during the early trading, sagging to 113. Other Issues were for the most 1 pirt inactive. HAY MARKET (Prices- furnished by Farm Products Ltd.) No. 1 Alfalfa, per Ion J2S No. 1 mixed timothy aud alfalfa per tou'..................... 31 No. 1 timothy, per ton......... 3 coal supplies. There was even a veilcil threat in th1. application that the United States might take a u'aud la stopping the shipment ot coal to 'Canada. The hoard, ho urged, eliould not allow it self to be influenced even threats ot tnc United States government. Chief Commissioner Carrell. how- ever, testified to the friendlineBS of 'tte Inter-State Commerce Commission of the United Slates. The utmost 'Manitoba Farmers to Ask Removal Implement Duties WINNIPEG. Aug. The elimina- tion of the duties uow levied on farm mplemeuts entering this country- aud the taking off, within five yeari, ol duties' now levied on Britisn goods coming Into Canada will be asked for by representatives of the United Far- mers of Manitoba, who will appear before the tariff commission hearing in Winnipeg, September 15. This an- uojiicomeut was made today by R. Wood, secretary of the United farmers. i D. J. Djasn, president of pmrie branch of the Canadian Manu- facturers' Association, said today that tlie branch here would have representatives watching the pro- ceedings. He said that as far as he. personally, was concerned, he could see no grounds to opposo either of j the main requests to be made by the farmers. He declared tbat produc- tion was essential and he thought no I levies which inlerfered witlj produc- tion should -be permitted. willinguess hud. always beeir shown, he said, to give Canada all the coal possible. J. D. Coyne, 'representing western boards of trade, 'said (here seemed to he an effort on the part of the rail- ways to "'stampede the board into granting too 'application. The decis- Bioii of the Inter-Btate Commerce Commission had granted the increase of forty per 'cent on freight rates to American roads in July. Why had the application now before the board not been made immediately follow- ing the Tha railways were coming before the railway, commission weeks after the United and representing States ia- themsslves as being in a terrific hurry to lineup on the .through traffic. He took strong ground that there should he no increase granted until the hoard de elded the question as to. whether the railways were or were not entitled to a general advance in rates. J. Vinco'of Manitoba, read a short.'state ui'ent in which-'heHubmitted that' the present application should remain in abeyance until the whole matter was settled In it's'entirety. Miss Gladys linger, the clever Ens lish has married he Persian collaborator, Air. Kai Ardas- chir, wrote heivfttst-.nlay -when sh was seven, and I in later years ha seen more 20 of her plays pro duced on .the LonUon stage. The best jrocera everywhere sell APROL superior to most other oils. Consult Our Branch Manager On Financial Matters incisor Table TJARMERS too often consider that JT a checking account is the only our bank has to' offer them.; HHHROUGH our, various branches we offer i fanners throughout Canada the same complete and attentive banking service that we afford.to other Canadian business men. There is -no financial problem connected with your firm which canriot.be solved more satisfactorily through co-operation with the Bank of Montreal 9 Our Branch Manager will be glad to have yon confer with him regarding all such BANK OF MONTREAL- Established over 100 years Branches in all important centres in Canada Savings Departments at all branches TOTAL ASSETS in excess1 of JP O SUNBURN HEAT RASH ,--v -j BITES SORES SHE SUFFERED, FIVE YEARS Finally Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound, ThaelPs Midsummer Clean-up Sale of Men's Suits cm.! ...i.. Koy West, five i Canada from _the lianeful Infliicnco ofj mdcred from irrejulsrities, with Ur- ribla paina Ha awful weak ness' in my buck. The doc- tor gftve mo orcnt mc.didocs but they did meno good. A friend asked nicto by Lydia B. 1'ink'- Compound and I found it to be tried became it made me well, and 1 tm now do my housework, I am my about J. M. CAMU3, Caroline SL, West, Florida. Many women st some period In their life juiffer from pecuMar to their sex and which in may bo readily reliever! by thii famooi root and herb medidne, I.ydia E. PinVham's Vegetable Compound, just aa Mra. Carnnt found it helped her after suffer- ing foryennand trying everything else in vxin, Hyou have any annojln? symptom! you fail to understand, write Lydia K, nnkhara Medicine Co., Lynn, Mais, The of thair-iOyewjcxpsricnce )n worn an on thii lubjxrt U at yoqr-------- POPE MEETS WITH SLIGHT ACCIDENT ROMB; Aug. Bene- diet met wiili a Blight nccl- dent today, slipping on tho polishetl marhlo floor while going from his lifrdroom.lo hfs private library, a innssage stales. Ho stistalnod a slight abrasion ot the akin near tho knee. Suits Regular to Co'lr, Suits Regular 'to Suits Regular to Suits Regular to 20 All Wool Suits in grey worsted. Reg- P P A A ular Saturday Sale Weliave put every suit in the store ori'sale for Sat- urday, including some of our new arrivals for fall, and why not save by buying now 7 Men's Fine Panama Hats selling regularly for to QA Saturday Sale Men s Shoes ;ular to S14.00. Salurdi to SH.OD. Saturday Salt The Very Latest In Men's Oxfords jularly to -Sati "ifl i Selling regularly to 517.00. -Saturday Sale A Large Range of Men's Footwear legttlar to Saturday Kal< j Men s Fine Cotton Hose pair. Saturday Men's Cotton Pyjamas In summer weight. Regular Saturday'Sale FOR BARGAINS COME TO THAELL'S SATURDAY Regular 60c a pair. Saturday Sale, 3 pairs for Make your pay envel- ope last longer at Thaell's on Saturday. SEE OUR SPECIAL WINDOW DISPLAY FOR BAR GAINS. FRED. THAELL 3T5 FIFTH STREET PHONE1160 ;