Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
j uKSDAY, AUGUST THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS WINNIPEG, Aug, 17.-Owlug to the uxtrwne light offerings there is very little business In the cash markets. A good demand eiisls tor most grades of oats and barley, with oats spreads market at the stockyards today. Choice butcher steere med- ium ttesrs IS.75 aiiil up. Butcher tows 15 lo %T: hulls J5.50 to S5.60; veal cakes 19 lo 510. unchanged to 2 cents better and bar-] Xo hogs were sold quotations be- ley unchanged to 1 cent better. Klaxllog off cars for selects. and rye .1 Oats closed 1 cent higher tor Oc-l MONTREAL. Aug. stoch tober, 1 1-8 higher for December, and exchange' opened strong this morning 1 3-8 couts up for May. Barley 1 1-41 and trading was mucli improved over cents higher for October aud 1-Sc low-1 yesterday in volume. Practically a! cr for "Jsx 2 ilxe for October and 3 cents down for U.e-1 tendency during the firs I eember.. October rye 3 cents higher.] was slightly (Continued From Front Page.) Scene of the Murders Describing tke booth in the Belle- vua Cafo where twd ol the bandits were eating when the police entered, Serst. Nicholson told ot finding a num- ber of bullet marks. Some marks showed that the ;ha4 spent themselves. Other marks good peue.lratiag force. Klood marks w found on the east wall of the boo One bullet hole, was found in a glass showcase. This Siullet seemed to have entered the glass from the direction of the. door. In the telephone outside of the restaurant a bullet hole was found five inches from tbe ground. Prodoces Bissofi's Gun Sergt. Nicholson produced the gun taken from EaSsoff and testified that it contained seven shells. The guu was turpcd over to him by a C.P.It. constable. Court adjourned at 11.30 a.m. until 2 p.m. Afternoon Sitting As in the morning, the courtroom was crowded when -Magistrate Major I In rrp II took his seat to continue hear- ing "'evidence on the two murder charges. first act after the court was declared opeu was to evict u num- Sergl. Nicholson iveie ber of youngsters. 30th. 1 attended ia this. Bassott appeared more than of the showcase was on a slant and must have been fired from outside. B. A. J. Kelly, photographer ot ilairmore, produced photos of tbe In- erior of the Bellevus Cafe, Including be booth. had been retained by he Alberta Provincial Police to take hese pictures. The pictures were aken one Keek after the chooilng. Joseph Kolwrtson, J. P., Bullevue, whose ofRce Is next door west of the iolloTue Cafo ivaa .the nexi witness. Mr. Robertson Is not at all well and was accommodated with a chair In he.witness stand. Asked If he remembered about any- hing particular about the day of the He trusted more for constables who es- lu the rnorniug. support on the corted him to the prisoner's dock. He still evinced little interest In what wafi treusplrlng. .A1 hole fouud through a frdnl Sergt. Nicholson to the October December Open. Close. October December October December RYB-r- October 75% SOVJ. 121 S2V4 76% 1.12% 352 196 No. 3 C.W.'.. 95V2 193 Priees. (Xo. 2 n.W... 97Vi ItExlra N'o. 1 .feed Xo. 1-feed.. 31'A No. 3 feed. fXo. 3 C.W...143% No. 4 C.W...134% Rejected .....................116% 'Feed ..'......................116% iTrack.....................r.137% (No. 1 N.W.C...................SolVi 2 C.W...345% No. 3 C.W...301Vz -No. 2 C.W. ....................IJS Toronto Livestock TORONTO. Aug. rccelpts-4S2. Market draggy; large percentage poor quality cattle. Quotations unchanged from yesterday. Calves, receipts 208. Top 515, bulk selling from 51 i.SO.lo ?17.50.' Sheep, receipts 316. Steady, lamb's steady, with lops at ?14. Hogs, Packers bidding ,519.76, fed and watered. Some con- tracted for Gold to U. S. NEW YORK, Aug. Street Journal reports that gold to tlio amo'unt of is coming to the United'Slates on .the steamer Aque to Kuhn, Loeb and company. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Aug. 17 o: 640 cattle. 130 half hour lower. This however, gave way to 2 belter feeling and prac- tically the entire list in some cases passing opening rjuotat- ions. Atlamic'Sugar made a 3 3-2 point gain, opening at 145 1-2 and ris- ing to US. gained a point after opening at 114 and Breweries made a halt point gain from CD 1-2. Spanish River was steady at 118 so was also Brompton 7C. All the paper stocks and firm. The market weakened materially during the course of the morning, Ihe paper group being thi- heaviest suf- ferers. AbltibI was off three points, Bromptou a point, Laurentide a point, Spanish Rjver 3 points' for the com- mon aud G for the' preferred and Wayaganmck two. points. Howard Smith, on tho contrary, rose four points. The rest of the.market was fairly sleaiiy at 'the close.. Sterling Exchange NEW YORK, Aug. ex- change steady, demand cables ,3.04 3-4. Canadian dollars 8S.OO. Chicago Grain Market CHICAGO, Aug. Jtberal export business yesterday strengthened wheat prices quickly to- day. After, opting 1 cent lower to l-4c higher, with December 23C to 2X 1-2, and Slarch 237. the market ral (low ot the rtbuurani. apparently made by a Wnere Akroff Fell The-point where Justice 'Ihe Peace is alleged to have stood is SO feet: Akroff fell feet from the restaurant. Nichol- sou recovered a' .35 cartridge shell Is said to have been taken out of Constable Bailey's guii. A Mauser shell was found inside o[ the booth nd', another of the same kind was ouiid linder the sidewalk in front of he restaurant. -A lead bullet was ouud in the first boclli, where it had pent itself. A Mauser bullet was landed to the witness. An automatic v'as handed to him by B. Maltiscn. A shell was found on the loor of tbe restaurant, and turned over o him. Nicholson told of re- eivirig a carlrldge case from Steven Newtou. witness staud. Crown I'rosecator Mac- Donald asked ibout a statement made iy liessoR since his arrest. Sergt Nicholson prodtit'sd a sad Mr, Rice made objections to certair statements being put in as evidence The outcome of the shorl argumen' was that statement will uol he .made public before the final trial in Macleod.''-- Mr. Rice conducted au exhaustive cross-examination o( Sergt. Nicholson in regard-to'the bullet holes in the walls arid partitious of the Bellevue cafe. Two of the bullets must have been fired from'inside of the booth the witness said, arid others couli have been fired, from outside of tin opening of the booth. He did not scvho was crnci. Deepening Trials" iind "0, fisd falr Uravo Where 1., Thy Victory' were crown Attorney Cowper. who was sung by. members of Carrtslon Isl injured while asalsling In-saving the ..ward, choir umlar leadership .of .consMerlng whut action Sly.Tester Jesus, Saviour of taken ifgalnsit-thc rlng-lecilers My.Soul" was siinK by Miss tne ,lcmODStraton. Meiinwhilo iho Olson' and Guide. Me to Thee -was )s in ,waitlng (rial. the closing hymn. The opening pray-j .-_________________ crvTras .offered by .Tcs. S. Klliflon and iho benediction by Bp.' M. A. i.owery. I'alriach H. S. Hlninan, Z, W. Jacobs :ind Pres. B, J.. Wood were tho ers who reviewed the life and labors of Iho deceased aud each spoke In the highest terms of him. He was an fibedient son, a loving husband nnil a good member of society. Interment took place at-the Kimball cemetery. The following young men companions of the deceased acted'aa pall hearers: ,1. T. Dunu, flyrel Nelson, Melvln Wheeler, John Wright, Itobt. Nelson ond DeWlton Card Jr. THREE DROWNED IN SASKATCHEWAN GOOD CROPS IN AUSTRALIA NEW yORK, Aug. ing lo the Wall Street Journal, .Australian lands'under crop this 'year total acres, a gain of over. of plentiful rains, good crops are ex- pected, Four wheat-growing states of the commonwealth have entered a eemp.ulsory whfcat pool for the sale of the 1220-21 crop, similar to the war agreement, with a price of about a bushel guaran- teed. REQINA, Aug. more, aged 22; Herman Styles, aged 20, both farmers and unmar- ried, and Florence Ruby, aged 16, all of Fairdalt, near Eslon, Sask., were drowned Sunday ,lwo miles north .of Cramersburg, .Sask., de- spite the efforts of :a dozen on- lookers to rescue them. Preferred by many to olive oif. for mcdfcfnal uses, Sf eep even (ore need EVERY now and then you hear of someone going a month without food and being little the worse for it. But.Iet a man try going with- out sleep for even a few nights and see what happens to him! 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