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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AUGUST 23, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS PUtm UHILU Bar Sliver I Cher cattle were last week's NEW. YORK, Aug. Bar silier, prlcea. domestic S9 1-2; foreign 97 1-4. I Calves, receipts rllh buyers bidding slowly and trad- light due to farmers utilizing waste. ing during the early part of tho morn- Market is 5U cents stronger. jng was Inactive. Few early sales' Montreal Livestock made at steady -prices, good to] MONTREAL. Aug. 23. Cattle, ro- butcher steers with elpts Sales ot butcher cattle vere moving slowly at 75 -cents hlgh- 3r, bulls common cows about 25 eats higher. There were no good of good fqrtiale butchers from to ?S. Fair to good .Quality feeder Eleers ?a in while Blotters and lielfera changed hands around to Good sheep were- disposed of at The hog market remained unchang- f-d, ?20 being paid for selects. Winnipeg Grain Market WINNIPEG. Aug. future markets were ertremely weak today, October breaking 11 cent-1: and [December 11 1-2 cents from Saturday's tlose. The sharp breaks were due weeK's ri largely to considerable move- "rlco was jnents right from the cpenlug. Tho cash wheat market remained Very strong, the premiums on Nos. [1. 2, and 3 northern advancing 3 cents the premium 13 cents over October. In the coarse grain markets, oats, linrley and -rye, were easier in sym- pathy with weaker wheat. The vol- Jumo of trade was light. October wheat closed. 5-Sc. lower Svllji December 7 -j-4 cents down; oats closed 1 5-8c lower for all months; October barley closed 2 3-Sc dow with December 1 S-4c down; October barley closed 2 3-Sc down with De member 1 3-ic down; October ant Movember flax closed 2c lower, ani October rye 4 l-2c down. Quotations: Open. Close October........... December 244 October' S0% 74J4 October 121 December............ October.....t -___ 351 350 November........... 348 October 154 190 Prices No. 1 Xor...271% No. 2 Nor.. .268% Xo. 3 Nor...2641i No. 4 Nor...24GvJ No. 5 ......236% No. 6'......226% Feed Track.......... JJo. 2 C.W... 36% No. 3 C.W... 93% No. 1 feed.. S8% No. 2 feed.. No. 3 C.W... 139 No, 4 C.W... 133 nejccted -----.................117 Track pJo. 1 N.W.C..................350 No. 2 C.W...3i4 No. 3 C.W...305 Condemned..............----275 Track .......................350 Xo. 2 C. W.....................197 Calgary Livestock CALGARY, Aug. hundred nnd eighty-one- cattle and 669 sheep were on the market at the stockyards cattle offered, but was paid for load of fat cows. No sales were made- over this figure Calves, receipts.610. Best lots of 'alves were selling up to Sheep, receipts Lambs havo lecn sold In cor lois at ?13. A few selected yonng ewes sold Hogs, receipts Local butch- ers were paying 50 cents over lasl week's The most, general 242'j 78% 73% 121 HAY MARKET (Prices furnished by Farm Products Ltd.) No. 1 Timothy No. 1'MIxcit Timothy and Al- falfa.................... Xo. 1 Alfalfa (Prices f.o.b. cars Lethbrldge or STOCKS IN STORE WINNIPEG, Aug. follow ing statement of In store h public terminal elevators at Fort Wil Ham and Port-Arthur on August 2 with receipts and shipments durin; the- week was issued on Saturday b: the board of grain commissioners: Stocks in store, wheat. bushels; oats, barley, 241.S61 flai, rye, Receipts, wheat bushels oats, 01.350; barley, 19 825; rye, shipments: Wheat, bushels; oats, barley, flax, rye, Rail sbplments: Wheat, 4.666 bush els; bats, barley, and rye nil. SEVEN CENT (Continued From Front Page.) today. The market was slow, good butcher steers ?S.oO to W; medium SS; common ?6; best butcher cows 37.25 to common weight stockers 57.15. There were no hogs offered, but quotations for both hogs and sheep were the same as Saturday's prices. Sterling Exchange NEW YORK, Aug. ci- cbange heavy. Uemand cob- les Canadian- dollars per cent, discount.'. Montreal Stock Exchange MONTREAL, Aug. local was fairly strong at 3ts opening this morning, a few week- end fractional gains being registered. Spanish River, both preferred and common, remained unchanged at 126 nnd Rrompton 'nd a halt point to 69. Urowerles op- bned 1-4 point higher at 65 1-4, Laur- a 1-2 point to 117 1-2; but im- bettered its overnight gain rising to US. Abltibi mado a three quarter pnint gain over the week-enc to 78, Other Issues were quiet. Chicago Grain Market CHICAGO, Aug. opened under pressure today because of lack of support. After opening 1 to 2 l-2c.j lower with December 251 to 231 1-2 oud March 232 1-2, buying orders ap- peared and a. fair rally followed. Oats Vero under pressure due to largo receipts, but In tho main re- flcclcd action of corn. Opening prices ranged l-2c lower to l-8c hfgher with September 66 1-2 to 66 7-8 and Decem- ber 66 3-4 to 7-8. Toronto Livestock TORONTO, Aug. re- c-eipis Good quality stuff opcn- Chatynau MncDouald announced hfs the granted to give the comiuiites aftec ed a return of per cent, on their i vestment. Tbe estimates ot the 1 creases necessary were based on con pulaUoiiG and'valuations made by e pert appraisers. The companie plants were valued at Tho increased ;faj'es allowed provide an additional annu (income., according to street railwa olflcJala, Wage increases recent sranfed employees will absorb DO of this amount, they anu t jalance will be devoted partly to su urhan extensions and partly to pay i a dividertd to company shareholders.! 'The lines have not paid for the aat five years and we are nnxious to >Iacc them on a paying hasis aa well HS cover our increased an official explained. The increase is catenated BEST SAMPLES OF orses Started, Child Clung (o Wheels With v Results (l-'rom Our Own Correspondent) CARDSTON, Aug. tluee- .r-olii son of Frank Olson, ot Olon- was crushed to under tfco heels of a water wagon Thursday The iaiher vritb his family j ad Eooe to the river for a wagon tank water. As. the roa'J nearet! the vcr where the tank was filled, only do father remained on the wagon, tut hen the return trip was to bo made :e mother and younger child had re- umed their seat and as the little was in Iho act of climbing tip the ont wheel for some reason the team ;arted and as the child clung to the heel was run over. The mother's rCrcanis started the learn and tefore hey could stepped both -wheels rossed over the child- The child was ishetl to Catdston for medical aid nil died soon after although the pulae Btlll beating when it reached town ome three liourg after the eccident. The funeral was held 011 the lawn of :io Ben Olsen homo, and7 interment as made m the Cardstou cemetery. Victories May Change Soviet Idea of Peace WARSAW. Aug. foreign office announcement ot Saturday nigh fniit-a-ttof Conquered Prasifallon E. R. No. 4, "la the 1910, 1 hid fftrxmi Prostration in its worst form; dropping from 170 to 115pounds. Tie doctors ted r.a left of my ncontry, nwdicice I tried proved ustlcss "uutil a friend indaced me to taki I bejin .to men'' ilmosl never had such good health u I hive enjojed Iho pait eight years. I am nrjtr without Fruit-a-tms" JAS.S. DELGATY. At all dealers or sent, postpaid Limited, F, Over a Hundred Homeless i JIanltobaJHstrict Through Visiiation i'olish peace delegates at Minsk re- fers to those submitted by M. Danish- ovsky, chairman of the soviet delcga- WINNIPaj, todies o the three yictlins" of j the bush fire which. Bwepti through the Mulvlhil district m Friday and Saturday bav not yet been recovered. Commumca lion with .the district, which is nine ty-six miles north' of Winnipeg, h telephone and-.telegraph still is vC such bright color as those of this Millers especially, 'he said, would be verv well satisfied as tho was full ot gluten Producing' attendance and the session wilt last' becomes Dominion Express agent at me ot these samples Mr. Hill stated I until Friday, concluding with a. .hat it would undoubtedly rank as No. 1 hard in tho United States. Mr. however, is of the opinion that :hls will be improved upon irltb. the ater samples. The first ehlpment ot this season's frheat hag been received at the elo- vator at .mindless which Is between Bassano. and Empress. This "weighed 52 pounds to the bushel and'graded Xo. 1 northern. It averaged 22 bush- els to the acre. in council chamber this morning., quet at the Corona Hotel> which will where the delations were welcom- be addressed by Mayor Clarke und od by Ilia "Worship, Mayor Clarke, andi Postmaster Armstrong. tho postmaster, George Armstrong, j-------------------------- i There are approiiinatcly 40 delegates J. McLaren, lately ot Maclcud. No Wreckage Is rom Superior City SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich., Aug. for the bodies ot 29 per- sons known to have lost their lives when the freighter Superior City wa sank In Lake Superior off Whiteflsh Point after colliding -with the steamer Willis L. King, -practically was aban- doned today. All rescue parties have returned here after finding scarcely any wreckage. place was caugnc woiween iwo lines i Scores ol vessels have traversed tho flameg and that the three people aPot wliere tbe collision and e.vplosiaa dinrifr M'lth thn fnrm occurred.. without Bightlne any trace along the (arm buildings. s Reports today state that more occurred, .without sighting any of the lost vessel. durable peace, and it was stated alla score homes in tlie MulvihUl dJs- the foreign offico today that no ncwltrict havo boen .by ttw Instructions had been s'ent. As and arc homeleus and in of assistance. Somu farmers have-lost their entire crops as well an their homes; their clothing is in anil food is scarce. A .delegation from Mulvihill is reported onots.-way to Winnipeg In seek aid of the 'provincial govern- ment, "and suppltea of all Iviuda will be rushed to-the-.sufferers from this city. ly as possible tho Polish delegates at Minsk are being Informed by wireless and otherwise of tlte Polish _mUitary successes, which may result in-revers- ing the situation, dr. at least greatly changing the terms tha soviet dele- gates presented a't the opening ol the negotiations, THREATEN TO CRIPPLE INDUSTRIES en a of aii annual paying pas- senger list ot sixty millions. The unerase will fto raised from 5% cents to cents. The new rates go iiUo effect September 1, and it was Inti- mated by counsel for who Iiavo opposed the increases through- out, that further action would taken in an. effort to .modify the decision of o commissioner. Tho faro from Winnipeg to Selkirk Is raisfrd from CO to 80 and 75 and GO cents. The otner suburban lines are put on the zone system, wilh a five- cent fare }n each zone. "Efficient service can not tie provtd: ed unless the means of additional rev- enue, am provided." declared the corn- missioner. The Winnipeg Gas com- pany "and the Euburhan. transit com- panies affected by the judgment are owned by tbo Winnipeg Kloclrlc Rail way company. EDMONTON, Aug. of acres of haylantl in Ihe region o LosEe'r Slave Lako is covered bysev flral feet of vratcr and the danger o thousands of'head of stock being forced to seek other pastures Is im 50 cents stronger, A top load of Miilncnt according to .T, A. steers', averaging 1.183 pounds, sold general manager of Ihe B. and B Medium and common but- He returned fo the cit oil; Monday morning, imfing aupcrin tended with Col. J. Reid, chief cngm eer, thfr clearing ot six railps of itn damaged near Saw Rfdgo last wee by washouts. The situation cause by Iho Lesser Slave rising fully five feet above Its normal IBVC! is a serious one, says Mr. McCkegor, and fully warrants immediate federal ac- tion in Saw Ridgo. Tho water fs well into the town of Saw Ridge while a portion of Oroiiard, on thcionposlte When Folks Quit Coffee because of cost to health or purse, they naturally drink INSTANT There's a Reason SYDNEY, Australia, Aug. Recommendation that workers cripple all Industries In the event of future deportations was con- tained in a passed by the Trades Union Conference In session here yesterday. The car- rying out of propaganda among the men making up the crews of warships which.may he used for the purpose 'of deporting indi- viduals was also favored. POSTAL WORKERS AT EDMONTON EDMONTON, Aug? second annual convention of the Amalgainal ed Union of- Postal Workers, repre scntlng the district from Sault Ste, Marie to Victoria, opened its session DUBLIN, Aug. than a luudred cases of destruction of- proy- ity, assassination of .police, royalist I CAMP PERRY, Ohio, Au5. eprisals and similar Incidents were United'States team won from the Brit- eported In Ireland during the last veek-cnd, and the list continues to grow. Among the latest reports, is that ot a fierce -pitched wattle at Lissaoda, Cork, between the police ,nud in ambush parly. A considerable lumber of men are said to have been vounded in tho engagement. A lorry oadcd with police was returning from -he scene of the murder of Police sergeant Maunsell when the men in ambush opened fire. Tho police as- sumed a military formation and re- urned the fire. -Afler the battle had asted two hours, the raiders were driven off. Several of the police were slightly Injured and it Is believed that some of the attacking patry were hit, t' that no deaths occurred. An officer commanding troops at Charlevillo, county Cork, received death notice yesterday, and last night Iho customs offices at Uanlry were burned, all of tile records being de- stroyed. .sh In the international small bore rifllc match finishing here yesterday. The United States team had a total score 7.G49, defeating the; British tcatr. by 84 points. The match for the Bcwar trophy was shot on home ranges of each team and tho result transmitted by cable. Tho English team bad shot In England on July 31 and the scores were held secretly until the United Slates team finished. The trophy has been held by tho United'States since 1913. Sweet as a Smile A smile of satisfac- tion from radiant youth and beauty- wearers of clothes washed with Sun- light because the garments cleansed with...... retain I the "charm of their preservation ot fabrics in their original freshness and smart appear- ance. tn getting Iht SUNLIGHT. i-EVKR SROTHERS LIMITED, rOHO-NIO No table oil has 10 many uses as the sweet.oll of Apricets, POLES DEMOCRATIC PEASANT IS PREMIER WINNIPEG, Aug. Poles are tlie most democratic -people in Europe according to Hon. M. Okolowicz, Pol ish consul-general for Canada, who Is spending a connlo of days liero. "Our government Is composed ofi jieasants and we liavc a peasant furl our continued Iho consul-i general. He said Ibe campaign against tiie Bolshevik Iiaft been handicapped by Inck of munitions. There were sev- eral regiments composed entirely of women, he declared, actually opposed to tho soviet the-present time. HINTON STAYS IN ADVISORY CAPACITY sldo of Ihe by boat. lako can only be. reached CROP CONDITIONS WINNIPEG, Aug. H. Evans, deputy minister ot agriculture for Manitoba, announced today on his re- turn from an inspection crops ;n the Portage Plains district, that con- ditions were He said that cul- ling would ho concluded by Wednes- day. "Small areas were considerably damaged bo added, "but, generally speaking, there Is a crop this year." ftno WINNIPEG. Aug. P. llhilon, vice-president and general manager of the Grand Trunk Pacific railway, re- turned from the east today and an- nounced (bat the Canadian National railway management has been retain- ed ns manager (or the receivers. Sir. lllnton becomes consulting officer to the receiver, the niinister-of railways, and will remain in Winnipeg where he will be available in a consulting capacity with the Canadian railway management. Ho expressed his satisfaction wllh tho arrangentenf, especially aa It Involved tho retention of tho staff ol (he Grand Trunk Pa- cific. Among his oilier duties Mr. Hlulon will work toward securing greater Jn- rtiistrial devclopmeiit of the natural resources tribuVri (he lines in the west. HOW WEAK WOMEN ARE MADE STRONG Mrs. Westmoreland Tells in the Following Letter. Harrison, my first child bom I did not know nbout Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- hard time.'! read in thfefiewcpapsrafoout the Vegetable Com- pound when my second child came 1 took it and wu well during whole time, and childbirth was a hundred times easier. Ever then I have used it for any weakness would not bs without it for the world. 1 do all my work and am strong and healthy, I dm nursing my baby, I still take the VegetabloCom pound asitkee ps awoman In good health. You may publish my tea timoniatfor the good of other women, If you choose to do C. WEST- UORELAKB, Harrison, N.Y. Women who suffer from displace- ments, Irregularities, Inflammation, alceration, backache, headaches and aervousnessuhould kwe no time in giving this famous root'and herb renvedy, Lydia E. J'inthnm's Vegetable Cora- pound, a trial, and for Bpej-jal advice frito to Lydia E. Pinkbam Medidns 2f.. Lynn, Everybody Smokes ;