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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1920 THE LETHBillUGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS NEW PREMIER GREETED IN OLD SCHOOL TOWN WINNIPEG. Aug. Is no {change In the market 'situation here Koday. The inquiry foi odd tars ol !cash oats couliaued gooJ with the Ijiremturos unchanged to 3 cents high- ier. With premiums unchanged to 1 Vent higher cash hurley was in fair 'demand. Cash flax and rye remained .OatB closed 1 1-8 cents lower for {October, 1 1-4 lower for December >aud 1 3-So lower for May, Barley sheep sold. Prospects of a" dollar drop, 2 l-Sc lower for October 3 cent's Lambs steady, rdown for December. Flax l-Sc higher Hoss. receipts Hog prices'50 October and 1 cent lower for Derem-j centsJower. Market quid. few loads have passed over the scales this momtag. Twenty-four loads of western stock, both, feeders aud butch- i ST. MARYS, out, Ans. With ers. on the market. Heavy beet steers, i practically all places oC business clos- ?l8.rfn 'to 114.75; butcher, steers. Ud, everybody lu toliday attire, Ihe own where Hen, Arthur Melgheu, Canada's new prime minister, spent uany boyhood days, was ready to re- ceive iis .honored guest as his Irata pulled into the station at 10.30 this uorniug. Following an automobile procession choice, J13.00 to butcher heif- ers, choice. J11.75 lo butcher cows, choice, JSUO to Calves, receipts Market to Bulk selling at Sheep, receipts 1.S90. Very few Iber. Rye 3 cents lower for October. Quotations: i OATS- {Octoher VDecember Opem Close. SUi 82 79ft 353% 351 193 .October 123 December 11311 October, 353VJ tober 196 Cash Prices. No. 3 C.W... 04V- fetra No. 1 feed (No. 2 feed.. 'Track S614 IKo. 3 No. 4 .C.W... 13314 (Selected and feed 114% 'Track ...13G% IN'o. 1 N, W. C JNo. 2 C.W.., 34754 No. 3 JHclccled :....273% Track llNo. 2 C.W.....................194 Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Aiig; re- ceipts ana "a lack of support today car- ried wheat prices off 1-4 to 2 3-4 cents i at the start with December 23C to 237 and March 239 lo 241. Trading was exceptionally light and for a time hovered about the initial quot- ations. "Hedging sales were a factor. Oats were dull at the. start aud -there was a lack of aggressive pres- sure. Opening" quotations' were un- 'changed to 5-Sc lower with September 3-8 lo 70 1-2 and December GO 1-2 to 63 5-8. Buying hy cash Interests caused to rally to some extent hut hedging sales became a factor aud sent prices to a lower level, Ihe close heing weak, wilh prices down 1-2 to 3 1-2 cents; peccmher finished at 230 '1-i 1-2 and March 23S. -Bar Silver V NEW YORK, Aug. Je.r-Bar silver, domestic 99' 7-S. .'Winnipeg Livestbck, AUg. was practically .lip market at; the slock- lyards today, ho catlle 'or-'HogK I Ding received. Two hundred 'and eighty- iseven sheep were unloaded [sales made at noon. The oullook Is ifor lower prices-on catlle and hogs at JJ20.50 off cars for selects. Exchange NBW YORK, AIIS. ex- 'change easy; demand 53-63 1-2; cables 1-4: Canadian dollars S7 7-S. Toronto Livestock TORONTO, Aug. receipts Mar- Of along the principal streets to The Plats. Ihe permit'r for an hour shook jauds wilb old friends. Luncheon followed at noon and Iben Mayor Uraudun presented. Ihe prem ler with an engraved address of wel come and -congratulations on behal of the citizens of SI. Marys and Blau chard. A'gotdeu key was tlso sented as an euibleiu ot the freedom ot these municipalities. St. Marys is more than 75 per cent Conservative, hut there was nothing political about the premier's recep lion. Prominent Liberals from all ovei enthusiastically joined IL Ihe welcoming and one of Ihe princ: pal speakers later on In Ihe afiernoon is expected to be Hon. Peter Smith provincial treasurer. Winnipeg Livestock .Aug. 10. Receipts: catllo, 490 hogs and 220 sheep. IJuyers, .with stow Iradiug, were bid- ding generally in line wilh the week- end close. Real good bulcber'hell- ers changed hands from 59.00 lo feeders lopped'at with bulk from Si.OO lo Sheep aud lambs held firm, choice luuibs good light sheep J3M. Hogs showed a decline of SO cents, selects at 120.00. New York Stocks NEW YORK. AugV sales: C.P.K., 113; U..S.'Sleel, 86 34; U. S. Sleel 106 1-2. Montreal Livestock MONTR HAL, Aug. re- ceipts market slow, not enough cattle sold to establish'prices. A top of for good heifers and fairly good steers was recorded. Calves, There were only a tew milk fed calves and these were only fair quality, selling up to 513.00. Sheep, receipts About 500 of Ihe best lambs on the market were sold at {12.00. Hogs, receipts tew picked bogs were sold at off cars. Montreal Stocks MONTREAL. Aug. dur ing the first hour oh the local stock ex change tills-morning was almost non oxisleni, so puiail'was o PAHIH' ic run- i. sales. Prices, however, were moder ,es df, .alely strong and a few issues which j thcy foC uog snowed activity made gains while i upou their cordial relaiions were recorded j mler Millerarid a i in the devastated'region ivulch-th premier visited on Sunday. "Divergencies of he decla ed, "are very natural, even betwee Premier Lloyd George Tell French That From Ruins ot Lequesnoy during the early trading. GRAIN STOCKS FORT WILLIAM, fol- statement of stocks iu store I public elevators at Port Wil- liam and Port Arthur, on August 13. with receipts and shipments during the week was.issued by the board ot allies, hut they do not weaken rec procal, deep esteem, nor Ihe convl lion lhat the maintenance of'their a liance Is for the entente nations graiu commissioners for Canada duty and a necessity qt lh I hour. However palntul are cerlai urday. Stocks In Wheat, Cattle >acKcr: ket slow, packers not buying. Only a bushels; oats, barley, 245.04S; flax; Wjheat bushels1 oats, -barley, flax, 501; rye, Shipments Lake: bushels; oats, barley flax, S3.C49; rye, "Wheat, oats, barley, flax, moments .the'se differences come marked, at the 'oame moment IsVealized that the next day the allle walk hand In band toward the sara purpose, the reign of liberty and ju rtn- tice- u was tor tllls reaso'n that o Wheat. Yimy Itidge three thousand Canadian HAY MARKET f whose monument we decorated yeste day, died. When 'there are helwee nations theso bonds the allian'. conies out whe the clouds are.gone.' (Prices furnished by Farm Products Ltd.J Xo. 1 Alia If a, per Xo. 1 mteed timothy and alfalfa per 31 No. _1 timothy, per ton.......... 34 No.'l alfalfa meal (sacked) ton 45 (Prices f.o.b. cars Lethbridge or (Continued From I'Yont oil. The chiet obstacle, according lo r. Moore, Is ot Quebec. "The Hom-iri; Catholic Church- In he said, "will flghl nallouali- ailou of tett books because It would a a move that might lake education ofu-ifs control, i'or some tlma the inUler of education in Quebec has ecognlzed-the inefficiency ot the sys- iu there, but. until some scheme is in otter Quebee her educational system conform lo that of tha rest of {ho Dominion." A council of 50 leading education- ists, appointed at a eciiveutlon in Win- nipeg, are DOW' considering plans which embrace tha substitution of the present system of provincial control by a co-operative council of which the provincial ministers of edticatlou would be members. Such Mr. Moore said, would be the standard- jypita in Fiuiiutea, said, woum be the slanuaru- 111 certainly never consent to o( text books and teachers' certilicales. Teachers holding Outariu TWO DROWN IN FRASER RIVER certifi- cates are allowed to take charge VANCOUVKP. iug 1C schools in Saskatchewan but teachers! with Saskatchewan certificates are not eligjhle to teach in Onlario. ''Yet the a-suburb, and Jame Saskatchewan certlflcale 13 considered years old, were drowned Sunday k clerk at and James Iluuty, by manv V many so be superior to Ibe afternoon in the north aim of the !'.e'ii i Mwure "Tue unequal Frassr river, while bathing. The bod- staiilards arc possible, of cause o( the greater scarcity of teach ersfvvho are trained in the west." ies huvo not been'recovered. Fearce receully came lo Vancouver from AViu-v nines, i Bolshevism- Opposed Jlr. Donah] reviewed political tions iu Europe and the' Xear ICasl, and Louclicd on the danger of the spread] of Bolshevism beyond the borders of i ia unless Germany, aa tho ccpn hup ot Ciinadiim Commissioner Shovrs Balance Now Favors G .B. Against U. S. oniic got doivn to iirodncnig and ccmimcr- ciai soundness. Hut' tlic- dauser of Uolsliovism spreading to Britain he found less evident. Emissaries oC rights, he said. second; II. H. Brown of 'Boston third .ind Uergstronl of Swc- ileh, fourth. Time 15 mlnulej Z9 4-5 seconds. The third heat was won hy Spoeroni of Italy, wilh Fnrrol of Finland sec- ond; ..W. R. Segrow nf England, third and Landslroni of Sweden fourth. Time 15 minutes 27.35 seconds. Guillcniont of France won the fourth Bachmau of Sweden second, ivfln Dresser, third and Nichols of England fourth, Edward Lawrence of Quehec, vvas 'dislanned; Time 15 minutes 63 The Pentathelon There were no Canadian entrants In the broad jump, the first event of the 'classic- pentathelon. which was won hy Brutus Hamilton, University of) Missouri with a jump or 6.S6 melreK; cf-FIr.lsrtd wag secqiiil wilh! C.S5 metres; Bradley. University of Kansas, third, with 0.61 metres; Lor- lenen, Finland, foui lh, with metres'; Robert -Legendre of George-1 town University, fifth with 5.505 and OtllencHclpe of Sweden sixth will) 6.415-mctres. In this contest Iho'vic- Evcrvhody Is Jumpy at PIncher at tor in each event Is credited with (rae'j present and last night officers and point, Iho second with two'points and i helpers rounded up a stranger In the so on. The least number of polnls! belief lhat it was the missing bandit determine .the j Areloff. Tho arrested man was about After tho .javelin throw and the: sixty yeaTs of age nng ino pentainoion. before many people started'out to Saving Thompson am, but conlinenlal Europe, noon adlau trade commissioner in the'' Un- ited Kingdom, In a rnport to the'gov- ernmeut emphasizes the success of the .denouncing the methods and policies of Russian Bolshevik. British labor found these lb.c anlithesls of their ideals and aims. Complimenting Canada on her com- mercial soundness and 'solid national Mr. Donald prophesied great j ago the tonnage buildingIn Unli- thlngs for the Dominion. Her status cd Stales exceeded that under con- iu the Uritish Empire would he al: slrncllon in the United Kingdom bv ways that of euuai nationhood and. tons While the surplus al the ing held In pre-war days. He stated that owing to the uninterrupted In- crease in tho tonnage of merchant- vessels under construction- In July the United Kingdom has almost reversed her position of a year ago 'in comp'ar- IsM1 wi'h the. United States. A year HadArelolf present, lime in favor of the" United Kingdom is about tons. "It seems scarcely necessary to says Mr. Watson, In his report, "lhat the extraordinary increase in Amer- ican ship construction which to6k place during tho war was due to un' ique circumstances which have now largely passed away." ANTWERP. hero yesterday anj IP being Eaved for] the 100-metre hurdle event. Hector: I'hllllps, one of the stars of Iho Can- adlan team; eliminated In the SOO-metre run which was won by Ii. 0. D. nudd of Souih 'Africa. he was not the man tHat mauy Itelleve Ouelii'i- 'ifnnrli; in W-iv In has mavle over the Inler-l ainnas in W.l> 10 Some near Gateway. ,1 Extent Hat Slaft is Heing Mtulc RAINSTOKiM TORONTO, Aug. lion of education in thn different prov- inces of the Domininn stud inlcr-pro- vinclal interchange ol Icachcrs' certi- ficates Is near lo becoming a live Issue Iu educational circles, according ID Ihe Toronlo Slur, which interviewed Frank Moore, past president of the Ontario KOiicalional Association, on this qucs- FIVE AHLMONS DAMAGE IN THE CITY OP TOLEDO Il8 uncompromising atlllude to Ihc Intervention hy Great Ilritalti In Hussla was a part of Iho general up- Hritafn had shouldered loo many t taken on loo many mandates, ho said. The. Uritlsli middle classes shared Ihe dlslastc