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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST THE LETHBRIDGE'DAIW HERALD PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS WINNIPEG, Aug. was atllejectcd ...................119% very light Irade a( short session [Track....................'..1J8% o( the grain exchange today anil the' markets which opened practlcallv un-'N'o. 1 N.W.C......-............355 changed from Friday's close and acted j No. 2 C.W.. .310 No. 3 C.W.. .302 stubbornly throughout the early part Condemned .................272 Glories of Banff Qeichen Stampede Give Party 1 Of Editors Glimpse Of West Track Xo. 2 C.W. ...352 of the- morning, finally weakened an easier tendency prevailed. There was a continued excellent demand for cash wheat and premiums were again N. Y. Stock: higher, lOc over the Octobsr delivery! YORK, Aug. being bid for No. 1 norlhem wltU thol sales: C. P. R. U. S. steel lower gnuies it .leBuiiti- eiiireiit U. 3. stse! ISCK. ferences. This premium was two! Winnipeg Livestock cents bettor than on Friday and n lit-' lie more than equalized the drop in' October.. Local millers appeared tu be the best buyers.: The oat waa easier and prices, were off about 1-4 to 1 cent. The undertone, howe.ver, was firm and.damage from frost was received from some points in the west, ially Yorkton, where ft reliable re-pbrt' Eattl extreme damage had been done lo a large lute standing crop. Barley .also showed weakness. Tha cash j markets were very quiet, for all ooarw 1 grains, owing to the extremely light I offerings. October wheat closed 2 l-3c lower; December Z cents lower; October oabs closed 1 1-Sc lower; December 7-Rc lower. October barley closed 1 1-Sc lower; December 1 l-2c lower. October achangefl; N Oclober rye .201% Aug. to- day: 230 cattle; 11 bogsaiid 17 cheep. The market today was fairly In lino with yesterday's close. One load of heavy clears averaging pounds changed hiodfl at while an- other load averaging 1.150 weighed up at 19.00. Bulk of good female butch- ers changed hands from 10.50 to Only a Itf common grade stockers and feeders offered today, selling at le.oo to n.w. A few bogs sold at Montreal Slocks Aug.' local rtock exchange was still very quiet at the opening this mornicg, and prices remained a'round yesterday's close Smelters made nn overnight gain ol [cent higher. flower. Quotations: Open. Close. (October........... 264% (December 250 250 (October (December........ 76% 75V. (May............. S0% 79% October.......... 12354 IMSs 'December 112 112'4 .October........... '353% 352 ;'November 350 lOctober 195 194% Cash Prices I? HE i. 1 Nor...274 No.-2 Nor..'.271 No. 3 Nor...2C7 N'o. Nor...252 No. 5 No. 0 ......232 point to 23U. as did also Montrca c.tober Power, selling at SIS. Spanish River 'bci' 1 preferred moved within a narrow closed 2c ratlge from 12554 (o 125 and the com mon held around 118 to Laur ontlde was another feature at 118, up two points from yesterday's close. Other paper stocks were dull. Sugai sold at 1M and Bell Telephone at 102 Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Aug. rain: last night wore reported from all sec tio'ns of Illinois that have been dr. for a long time and Ibis had Ihe e feet of causing a break In wheat.price today. At the start the market wa unsettled with December down cenl at 236, whtlo March opened higher at Oats opened unsettled, lower t lie higher, wilh first prices for Set tember at 67TJ to CS, anil Deccmhe at vigorous jpcrl ot the bills. "Dancing largely in- dulged iu last .evening and another dance'Is. planned lor tonight. -Few of the editors sat out, the vet- erans being perhaps the most active. The parly was augmented by a num- ber of Calgary who placed their motors, at the dJiposal ot the guests yesterday! and many friend- ships were Segun during the day be Iweeii'p.eorjle from opposile ends of the earih. The delegates are unani- mous In their praise of their hosts ot the last few days, and the welcome given to the press conference from Sydney to Band, win never be for MAY CLOSE STOfJEY MOUNTAIN PENITENTIARY PRINCK ALHEIIT, Aug. 21. is a rumor here that the Stoney Mountain penilen- tiary near Winnipeg Is to be closed anil tbe prisoners trans- forced to the penitentiary here in pursuance of a plan to re- duce the Canadian nenlteutlar- 't les to Satisfies the epicurean' taste week of November. The Saskatche- wan committee is planning to hold a provincial convention early iu Oclo- and later 'iiL the month to have meetings in every municipality pr6- paratory to the drive. made from Kipe African Kernels. Remit by Dominion Express Money Order. If lost or stolen you get your money back. SWELLINGS iowa, jut M lormtu coma out. "ASSORPINE JR." UioVWd i j infUmn ttiont cily leduccd or by to Ond variety for their -entertainment. The slampcdo at Gleichen 'and the unique Bauff have com- bined wilh Ihe. warmth of tho Calgary reception to produce an abiding mem- ory. The lasl' few days ot the trip have been'probably.the most talked of amongst the party, and the visitors" have yet to sec-Lake Louise. HAY MARKET __-.......270 (Ibices furnished by Farm Produc Ltd.) No. 3 C.W... No. 1 Timothy 533.0 93y. Xo. 1 Mixed Timothy and Al- I SOlii faifa .___ 30.001 S5% No. 1 Alfalfa 27.001 f.o.b. cars l.elhbridge N'o. 4 C.W.. .135% I (Continued from Front deficit, then.'.let it come before the boaftli' hut not now. lie urg- ed that there should be a consider- able Increase in eastern rales before rales are touched. Think Case is Proved F. II. 1C C., speakiug for ail the railways, asserted that the ap- plicants had proved their cases. the Canadian Railway Association, re- fused to concede that the-C. P. R. should be regarded as the basis. Mr, C-oyne then proceeded tn give bis reasons for insisting that the C. P, R. tbe only fair road to con- sider when discussing increased For tlie purpose of ihe applicaUonf-he other railways must be ignor- ed absolutely. Suppose one railway was carrying on a profitable business in a cprtain field. Another-railway to enter this field as a business speculation. The" first railway was] operating profitably alone. K the sec-; pnd railway lost money, its sbarebold-l Macaroni and emphasized Ihe point advanced by Mr. ers W0ulii'have to make up the de- Moule that the rales, even wilh the, rates would nut be raised increases in effect would be only from 50 to GO per cent.'ot those prevail- ing In 1911, when consideration Is given .to tho present value of the com- modities carried. Surpluses Invested i W. N.Tilley, K. 0., counsel for tha fC. P. R., declared that what Iho hoard should do [was lo determine' a'fair and reason- Lible rate for the services performed by the railways. Tile board -could not base tho fixing of rales upon Ihe Ihlgb. coat of living. The company (had to abide by Ihe rales which the jcommlssion fixed. If It lost money, it mast, of necessity, face Ihe deficits'. Mr. Tilloy said that the surpluses of P. R. were not available for Ihe purpose ot meeting deficits due to insufficient rale's. A large proportion of them had been taken'out of siir- licit, to accommodate it. plus account and put Into actual in-! la'ry of the provincial committee of vestmenl. He argued .that It would the Saskatchewan Grain Growers'. The United Farmers For New Members W1NN1PBG, AIIB. organiz- ed fanners ot Manitoba. Saakatchc- and tie will put on cam- same timo this fall for the purpose of securing more supporL- ore, according to 11. M. Johnson, THE delicious, iasty and nourishing qualities of'Macaroni and Cheese is but one of over a hundred dishes made with Macaroni. Seconcl to its savory flavor is its economic value. less than'half and has far more nourishment than meat.-or fish. MACARONI is a pure, >vheat made from the choicest hard grown.in our own Northwest. ASK your grocer lor a package of Macaroni and try it today. Very simple to prepare, POOH, te contrary to law for the railway commission, Instead of granting fair rates, to determine that tho C. P. H. must use lip Its respires. Tho policy of the C. P. R, In tho past had been commended by counsel as a sound one. Why yien did ther usk thai tlio C.'P. H. change Its policy now. This, was no timo for .inch n change. lie concluded .hy saying that lie thought the railway companies had a right to come the cotnmiB- .plon what they could'do themselves if Ithey wero Independent. They had a j right to ask that fair and reasonable 'vales, having regard lo what Is a nor- and proper return I'o ;tlon companies, ho put In force. 1'ICK UP ADD KUE1GHT RATES Western protest OTTAWA, Aug. Coyne of Winnipeg rcpre-! senting the Winnipeg and other Wcal-j cm Canada hoards of trade, took upj tha argument In opposition to incrcas-j nl railway rules before tho Hallway j Com mission this morning. He ei-, plained In opening, lhat there Is a! ilislincMon belwcon western and cm hoards of liarte. inasmuch aa the I membership of the former Is not con-j lined exciuHivyly lu riiiii: tiianufacluring. interests. The professional interests and cnvj Vloyees were also rcpreRCnted. and as, it rosiilt of Ihfs, the Winnipeg hoard' of trade hart Ihe largest membership of any In the country. Therefore he: was representing the consumer as much as the commercial interests. JIo was attempting lo look at the application of the railways from a broad standpoint, said Mr. Coyne, and there. wa.fno hostility In his altitude loword Iho railways. The west want- ed a continuation of good service and recognized that n reasonable remun- eration must be given for such a ser- vice, Ho took It .that the C. P. n. was the company which would.lie re- garded as the basis for consideration of the application. P, H, Phippen, K. representing will laio place in the first AbsbrbineJi Wlun in KciJ.M ran .nt h.lp yjick I A AB50RBINE Hiehouie l> rfency foi infiaia- uit, DO 9Uin, no I itilf At 'of leal Bulldlag. Montreal. One mare, blackj aged 6, landed on ihe left- ahonld-. One grilling, black, aged 6. rauded on tbe left, thigh. One gelding, grey, aged 1, branded on the left jaw. One gelding, bay, aged branded as cut on right ou left (high, and _ cut on left on right iioulder, and as cut on right right thigh One mare, hrowu, age 4 braniic'l on the left ihoulder. One gelding, brown, aged 9 rears, branded on the left high. One gelding, black, aged 9 years, branded on the shoulder. One in a re, black, aged 6 years, branded the right .hlefc. One gelding, black, aged 7 years, branded on the left shoulder. One gelding, black, aged 1 year, branded on the left shoulder. .s One g'eidlni, black, aged t years, branded as cut on right ou right sboul- dcr and. as cut on left on leu One mars, grey, axed 3 years, L'randed on left should- er. One "stallion, brown, pged 5 j years, branded on left should- er.' i One gelding, sorrel, aged 9 years, white spot ou fuce, no i visible brand. One gelding, black, aged i rs. branded as cut left) on left thigh; as cut (on right) on right 1 One maro. grey, aged 4 i years, branded on right thigh, One mare, brown, aged 6 years, branded on lett thigh. One gelding, pinto, aged 2 years, no visible brand. no MRS. LUCY DOUCETTE, of Manchester, N. H.. who says she's happy over the way Tanlac restored her" health she can't keep .from telllnu people about It. One mare; bay, 'aged visible brand. One mare, grey, aged 10 branded on the left thigh. One mare, black, aged 5 years, branded on the left shoulder. One gelding, bay, aged 4 years, branded on the right shoulder. One' gelding, brown, aged 9 years, branded as cut on right on right shoul- er and as cut on left on right thigh, end aa cut on right on right thigh. One gelding, black, aged 7 years, branded on the right shaulder. gelding, black, aged years, branded oil the left thigh. One mare, brown, aged 1 year, branded on 'the right Ihigli. Ona mare, .brown, aged S years, trarideil on right }aw. One gelding, white, aged, KEftfl brnuried as cut on right jWjjS on left jaw end as cut CSJP on left on right thigh. and as cut on right on right thigh. One gelding, sorrel, -aged 5 yeara. branded on the right shoulder. One gelding, grey; vagcd 5 .-ears, -branded on- the.-'.-lsft shoulder. One gelding, grey, 'aged 4 years, branded on, the right shinlder. On'o mare, aged years, branded as ,cutv on right on right ihigh and as cut on: left on left Morc Tobacco for flie Money Packa "1 am Just so liappy over the way Tmilac lias restored my health that I can't keep from telling people about- sairl Mrs. Lucy Doucette. ot 76 Siurk street. Manchester, New Hamp- shire, a few riays ago. VI suffered so long with chronic indigestion lhal I didn't know what it was lo sit down and enjoy a siugle ineal. My stomach so badly dls'orderod 1 had lo live on the; strictest diet, and nothing seemed to agree wilh me. At times my breads seemed to bo cat off, and I would suffer terribly for hours at a lime. "I loat strength completely and became so weak and run-down I would give oul several times during the day and would hare to stop and rest; I was extremely nervous and irritable, and Just felt like I would reak down.completely. "One day I saw a statement fron branded on the right One aged years, branded on left thigh. mare, roas, years, branded as cut (on left) on left should m> er; as cut (on nip. Oiie mare, grey, age! i vears. branded on left shoald- f r. pinto, aged, branded (upper right) on felt shoulder; (left) on left shdulder and right) on left thish, One gelding, brown, aged, branded as tut (on up- per right) on left shoul- ___, der; o cut (on left) on I Tight (on low- er right) on rifbt thigh.' t One mare, brown, aged, t branded as cut (oti up- per right) on left shoul- der; cnt (on left) oa Ihlgh; as'cut (on low- er right) on right Jaw. One mare, brown, aged 5 lyears, branded on lett should- r- One mare, grey, aged 1 [year, branded on left thigh. I One mare, brown, aged 1 year, branded on left shonloV er. f Ono mare, brown, aged C years, branded on left should-, er. One gelding, brown, aged 1 year, branded on left should- Dr. One gelding, black. aged 9 'years, branded as cut (on ri.ght) on left shout- cut (on o j .One mare, sorrel, aged S years, branded on left should- tcf. ne'mire, bay, aged years, tlrt'ed. on-''.' left shoulder.. One mare, bay, aged C years, branded as' cut Wl (oh right) on left shout- _ der; as'cut (on-ieft) on .on. ier. t' t "nghtj. OnQ ,mare, sorrel, aged l.year, no brand. I One 'marel biy, aged lb., i years, branded on right shouid- Oiie.gelding, BKed. 1 year, branded on right ehould- er. One mare, bay, years, branded on right thigh. years. One mare, sorrel, aged 4 years, branded on right should- er. One mare, black, aged 5 years, branded on left thigh. One mare, bay, aged 2 years, branded on rlghl shoulder. One gelding, bay, aged 6 years, branded on lefl thigh. Ono mare anil colt, roan, aged S years, branded on right shoulder. One mare, black, aged years, branded on right thigh. One gelding sorrel, aged 8 years, branded on lefl.ehould- er. One gelding, black, aged 5 years, branded on right should- er. 9 One gelding, roan, aged 2 years, branded on right jaw. Otic maro. bay, ageJ' ears, branded on lefl hip. Ono mare, bay, aged rl branded ou lelt thigh. Oiie-Knldlng, Hack, aged 2 branded on righl sliouM- ir. One gelding, brown, aged, irandert on right )avr. Pay your ont-of-lown accounts by dominion Express Money Orders. Five lollars costs three cents. IMPOUNDED ANIMALS Take notice thai Ihe following scribed anlnipla are Impounded on the Itcsorvo under rcgulalions made by Iho Indians of tho Blood Hand and asaenled lo by His Koyal Highncsn the governor (leneral. Animals arc held st Ihe St. Mary's Cow Camp, sil uatod about seven miles North Kast from the lown of Cardslou. One mare, brown, aged 7 years, branded-as cul on righl on left thigh, and as cut on left on thigh. One mare, brown, aged 0 years, branded on tho right Jav-.' Ono mare, bay, aged 7, brurdcd on the right sboul- One mare, black, ageiJ 5, branded on the left should- CT. One .bay, ajed 4 years', i branded on rifht stoumer. One gelding, blacfc, aged 2 years, branded, on right should-, er. One seldlDR, grer, nged i year, no visible braai. One mare, black, 3 years, branded oa right shoulH- er. One gelding, black, iged 1 year, branded oa right Itigh. Ono mare, sorrel, Iged 10 yeara, branded' as cut (on. right) on leJt thigh; as cut (oa left) on right uiigii. One gelding, buekaUn, aged on left thigh. One mare, brown, aped 8 years, branded on right shoutd- One mare, grey, aged 2 vcars, branded on right should-, er. Ono mare, grey, aged 2 years., visible brand. One b-'y. 5 years, branded on left should- er. Oni! mare, black, aged 1 year, no risible brand. One gelding, bay, aged 1 year, no visible brnml. One, raare. sorrel, aged 2 yeara, branded on lefl Ihigh, One gelding, brown, 12 years, branded. cut -on -upper left) ou lett thigh; as cut (on up- per right) on left leg; as cut (on lower left) on'right ahonlder; as cu _____ right) on thigh. One mare, brown, aged J years, branded on. right should- er. One gelding, brown, aged 1 year, branded on right should- er. One mare, grey, aged 4 years, branded on loft thigh. One gelding, grey, aged 2 years, branded on left should- er. i' One mare, brown, aged 3 M'cars, no visible brand. j One grey, aged 4 I years, branded on rlgbt Ihigh. I tOne goldlng, bay, aged 1 year, branded on right should- One gelding, sorrel, aged 4 years, branded on lelt should- r. One gelding, black, aged, branded as oul (on up- licr lefl) on left thigh: as cut (on upper right) on loft shoulder; as cut (on lower left) on right as cut (on lower right) oh rl'ght shoulder. One gelding, bay, aged years, no visible branO. One gelding, bay, aged I branded on right should- Onc gelding, bay. aged years, branded on right thigh. One mare, grey, aged years, branded on lefl should- er. One mare, black, aged 1 year, branded on right Ihlgb. i gelding, -grey, aged 7 I years, branded as cul (on right) on right _ thigh; as cut (go on ieu ;