Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE MARKET REPORTS Winnipeg being disposed of to local butchers at WINNIPEG, Alts. U.-The demand StgcVen Ind feeders for cash oats today was sltghlly bet- lf r with continuing Iteht anil confined to a few odd cars. Bar- ley was in fair demand with spreads UDtianeed to 1 cent better. Flax and unchanged. Date closed lover for October; December IWc lever aad May 1% tower; barley zc lofter for Octobtlr and lower for December; flax Zc lower for October "made a few sales, good heavy feeder steers raffing from }S to }9- Hiddiug steady for bogd with Eel- ectJ cbuijinf haids at SN.60. HAY MARKET ower for October Oct, Open (S Get _ Dec. ,r, Oct. Pec.'..- v., Oct sis 111. 35S 196 feed, 197 Cash Prices C.W., 3 C.W., extra No, 1 teed, No. 1 track, C.W., 1-i'fA; 4 C.W., 135; rejected and feed, track, 13814. N.W.C.. 363VS; 2 C.W., rojec'ted, Z7H4- Hrack, j New YorK Fundc I NEW TORK, Aug. 01- steady, demand cables Canadian dollars. New York Stocks NEW YORK. Aug. jsaleE: C.P.R.; tu. S. Steel 107. Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Aus. .local exchange exceedingly quiet this morning with prices ranging around 'Friday's close. Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Aug. tbat armtsttc negotiations had been begun 'between liussia and Poland at Minsk [today caused the wheat market to be umsettlcd. December opened 14 to Ic higher al.241 to 242. while March was 'down IV: cents." Trading was light, Jthe December option dropping below 'yesterday's finish. Trade in oats was light and elevator being a fair seller at 'the when prices ranged froin !4 -Ho lower, with. September 71X to 11% and December.69 to jailer support from mtllera and cash I houses caused the market to recover part of .the early loss, the close rang- ing 2'4 to 23i net lower with Decem- "iher 238 to. 238% and March 24154 to 1 "WINNIPEG, Aug. Livestock 230 cat- tle and 100 hogs. The .cattle market wan quiet this (Prices furnished by Kara Products Ltd.) No. 1 Alfalfa, per ton J1S No. 1 mixed timothy and alfalfa ton ___.................. 31 No. 1 tlniotbi, per ton 34 Mo, alfalfa ineal (sacked) ton 45 f.o.b. cars Lelhbrldte lOIAKEWI'SLR Report That Montreal Harbor- ed Assassins Ready To Slay Roston Man MONTREAL, Montreal may' be harboring at tho present time members ot a of assassins who wwe ttie lite ol. Charles Ponil of Boston, known in police, circles lere as Carlo Blanca. Takes Issue With Declarations Made By The New Premier TORONTO, Aug. L. MacKentle'KIng otner Liberals, iBdudlDK Hon. Beland, and H. H. Dowart, K.C., M.P.P., delivered addresses at a big picnic held at Toronto Island htis afternoon. 'We hate In Ottawa, as we had in this province, a government which has undertaken to perpetuate itself In office without any reference whatever 1.3 tlie wishes of toe people, or wlthoul permitting any expression of' the popular said tho Liberal leader have neither a lariiauient, uor u responsible govc-in aunt. We have .lutouratic "cxecu tire usurping authority, exerclzlni political control, regardless of coneti tutional procedure and the first prin ciples fo government In a free ai self-governing country. "Within the nait six weeks the peo pie ot Cuuada have witnessed the for matlon of a new government, with new premier. They have heralded from the Atlantic to tho Pacific an alien bracing uatne of a new political part ivlili a new political platform. No one of two things is possible, either we have in olllco a new goveru- which has made'no appeal to Inal Effort To Liberate 'Peg Strikers WINNIPEG, Aug. Labor of provinces an- nounced today the start of the final big effort to free from prist-n the tftvcn men convicted in connection with the Winnipeg strike In May, 1919. A Manitoba delegation headed by F. J. Dlxon, Leader of tfeo Do- minion Labor party leaves tomor- row morning for Ottawa. This delegation will, be joined .by members from Ontario, and It Is expected, also members from Nova Scotia. The three delegations will confer: with the zolidUr- generat and members of the Do- minion cabinet. Tuesday mortiing. The Manitoba delegation will be joined at Kenora by Peter Hte- nan, M. U A.'for Kenora. tiSEEKIOPUI Application To Be Made to the United States Inter-Com- merce- Commission Federal secret service meu are at present In the city searching for the 1It uu alleged Mack hander who has bas no approval on the sending threatening letters to Ponzl in Boston. According to the American detectives, Porizi has been followed and intimldatea for the last 12 or ever since his downfall In this city, by an enemy who has sworn to "get him." Captain A. C. Armstrong, chief of the bureau of investigation at police headquarters at Boston, Is of the opin- that Ponzl's sha-Jow is oiie of his former Montreal clteuls. who is seek- ing to-wreak-vengeance upon the man wiib Wittingly or unwittingly took away from h.im the aaYiags of a lite time. FOUR PERSONS INJURED IN A TRAIN WRECK ON G.T.R. NEAR COATICOOK SHERBROOKB, Que., Aug. Four ponous wera seriously and slightly Injured when the Grand Trunk morning train from Portland Maine, for Montreal, ran Into a wash out near Coaticoote, Que. The heavy 1 morning with a few butcher cai UtlL. UVttl A Uli file raln of .tno E3rly morning washed out -.1 ,3. .3. ff 4f B. C. RHODES SCHOLAR .the rock bed at one the culverts of the train.leaving the tracks. That there was not a serious loss of lite, is probably dno to the fac j that the engine detached, itself from the 1-art of- the Canadian hava continuing .in cilice a govern- ment BO completely discredited that il ie ileclC ashamed ol its name, and seeks to perpetiiato itself in tiidtir countless disguises, aliases an I rAibterfuges. Whatever Alternative we tiiere'is nothing to justify Ihc isnryatioji' rinlita of the pojt'lc In. r.atter of govern- b.v the 'reniiej' Jlelghcjii was- wclconin to k a monop 'j'. ilio term he "I prime minister, hcwever, there is something finer and more and order in any country, aud that is tbat upon law mid order itself is founded, name- ly Constitutional Eoyemrnent and procedure. It is this which Mr. en has overlooked! it is this which his ministers who nave continued in office havo refused to see." Dr. Belaud made an eloquent pjea for racial ,peace essential, to public welfare. WASHINGTON, Aug. Applies lion will be roads soon to the UhHet States Inter-State Commerce Commis sion, It was expect (jJ1 today for aalh orJty by the f American Kailway press company to increase its rates sufficiently to "absorb the additions wages recently awarded its employ ees. The new demand, it was said be tor an ijicreaae of fates in ad dllkm to tbat of 12 1-2 per cent, autb orlzed yesterday by the commission Tha commission's award yesterda: which, it is unofficiaUy estimated, wil add ?35 to the annual Incom o[ the company did not lake into con slderation the railroad labor'board's award of -Increa'Beil wages approxi- mating to express company employees. The rate increase authorized yester- y only 'about halt the amount sought, the express company having requested authority to advance raics per cent. Const. Frewrn Is Moved To Taber FromRellevue (From Our OKU CorreepondenO TABKH. Aug. Margerson of nellevue who was transferred here to Const. 'MfirEarily, rho was sent to Vulcan ou Saturday last, ar- rived here yesterday, having been unable to come sooner owhur to the man-hunt in the Pass. The corporal's ffects had been sent forward b'ji .re beeu shipped hack as he hac cn Iransferrcd elsewhere. Constable Morlarlty -will be d at Tiber by Constable Frewln, the P. who was with Usher In the Ban guinary struggle la the Belltvue !afe. Motorists who hare been spending ome lime in the country between tb 3ass and the main line of the C.1. F passed through here this morning ,nd claim to have bad frequent con versations with residents the dis- trict which elicited facts which the nsist are bona fHe concerning pper aliens of a gang of bandits sixteen hi number who they say have bean te rorlzlng that district They claim thai it la not uncommon for an a] parent to occasional! come out of the brush by the roadsld and ask motorists for a Hft, and on arrival at the next town to draw a gun and demand transportation to some other point and that the members of. the gang obtain quick passage from town to town In this manner, making their whereabouts difficult to locate. They also claim that the Ihird bandit In the present'search was formerly In Mexico, and a member of Villa's army and thai he is believed to be working his way west of Cranbrook. by those who, have had some know- ledge of bis 'previous V I tions" in Sandwich, Rev. J 0. pastor of the Methodist church I there, has yet to show auch uondiiions exist, town officials claimed last "BABE" RUTH GETS HIS HOMER WASHINGTON. Auj. "Babe" Ruth hit his 42nd home run of the season here today In the first inulng of the between Washington and N'ew York night, pointing out that Spracklin has yet to make his first coaviction of a Saudurtch resident for violation of the Ontario Temperance Act. SKY PILOT HAS FAILED SO FA.R j WINDSOR. Ont., Acs. S4.--Aupolnt-. ed license Inspector because I he exposed allleged -serious condl- For better results make with today's; ApROL and iwtt the ONLY TABLETS MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN Not Aspirin at Ail 'without the NEW A. D. C.- OTTAWA, Aug. J. Lloyd, Crenadier Guards, and Capt. the Hon. P. C. Kinnard, M.C., Scots Guards, arc gazetted aide da 'camps to his etceliency -the govern or-gen; eral ot Canada. waicK contains complete ctT Then you are getting real -he genuine Aipirin nrc- rHia, tate Aipirin marked with the scribed by physicians for over nine- name "Bayer" or you are net taking veaxs. Now made in Canada. Aspiriu rit all. Handy tin boxen containing 12 tab- 'Accept ooly "Bayer Table U of! lets cost but i few cents. Aspirin" in an unbroVen "Jiaycr'ralso Bell larger "Bayer" packages. Tbere only cne must say "Bayer" Aipirin IB mjirk Crerlsttrrd In of MAntifa'clura.of Vcne. ot SallcyMcacLd. Wblto It well that Aspirin nieanv Svrtr 14 KctilL putiUc lEBlnit the TableU fit Will be rtompcd with their general Iratle raaik, PREMIER MEIGHEN '_, JS IN HAMiLTON Moused Police K- VANCOUVER, Aug. H. Coalcs, graduate of the. University of British Colum- bia, has been chosen this year's Rhodes' scholar for British Columbia. He is 21 years old arid the son of Rer. }i.- }f. Coates. D.D. balance of'the train, which remained on the tracks. The. Hat of injured in- c'mdes: Dr.- C. A. Trcnholm, Coatlcooke, ferely cut and bruised. Mrs. W. Pigeon, Montreal, severe bruises and Buttering from-shock. Rose Gavoli, "Walton, Mass., severe- ly injured about the Miss Goulard, Lewiston, Maine, bruised and suffering from shock. TORONTO, Aug. specla attention is neingTgiTcn to the produc tion of photoplays .'suitable especiall> for Canadian sh'pvnrig 'was evidence! by the visit. yesterday of H. M. Deririan, producer HAMILTON Aug from New York. "Mr. :Berman stated Arthur prime mints- that pictures-were'balng made of a Canadian lypp that would appeal to Canadians. He said that tbei'e would be pre- sented throughout Canada this season, a series of typically Canadian plays, somt of which are based on stories re- lating to tbe Royal Canadian Mounted Police.' ter ot Canada, is paying Hamil- ton an informal visit today, the guest ol Hou. S. C- Mewburn. Mr. Meighen will spend to- day and tomorrow here taking a rest .before going to St. Mary's, his home town, where he is to he tendered sn official reception. f ft A ff .J i) When You Order Corn Flakes It's.a good idea to bear in'mind Post There are many brands of corn of varying degrees of thickness, crispness and well'as degrees of flavor, Post Toasties will .please you because they are superior in every qualification, which means economy, satisfaction and pride in service. Post ToasHesf Are Superior Corn Flakes The care used in their manufacture, from selection of material to finished package, through all the processes of making, insures'the highest quality.. Post Toasties come to you fresh, crisp and delightful At all Grocers' Made by Canadian Postum Cereal Ltd, Ontario U. Si SYMPATHIZERS WITH THE SOVIETS ARE VERY MUCH PLEASED CHICAGO, Aug. P. Cbristenseu, Karrr.ur-Labor1 party can- didate for president, today sent a cablegram to Wm. C. 'Adnmson, chair- man of the Hritish labor party, con- gratulating Ihe lirilisli workers on their1 determination lo resist military Intervention against Russia. The message follows: "British labor'.-- magnificent minatiou lo resi.< aisy form of mili- tary Intervention ngf.inat soviet Rus- sia Is most striking vic- tory over capitalist militarism. You havo laid the fov.ndution for a real world league of labor by setting Ihe glorious example of-lnbor's power-to veto war. Pleaco extend to British labor ijarly hearifnit admiration ot American farmer-labor parly." PLACE APPROVAL ON THE ONE-MAN CARS TORONTO, Aug. tho one-man car (or street railways, vice-chairman A. B. Ingram, of the On tarlo railway hoard, today stated that the uoard had given (hem Its unquali- fied approval as an efficient means of eliminating expc.rue iit connection with street railway opsrnliong. "They have lieen foutrf very satisfactory nnd in somo places havo KOTIO far In cut- ling operating One-man cars of tho ajTproved type nrfl now run In St. Thomas, Cornwall, OuclpJl. Port Arthur and Calory." said Ingram. "They are zlvlng a much more freqvint service uud In addition to the lessening cost ot operation, they are much easier on the rails." WRECKED ON ROCKS ST. JOHN. N. II., Aug. power schooner Irtna is ashoro at Kceicy'fl Cove. county, nnd will be a total loas. Tho was sarcd, hiil the vessel w.ia wrecked on the rocks in tliick weather.