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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta rCRSDAY, AUClOST 2-1. 1920 THE LttTHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD. PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS WINNIPEG, Aug. In wheat today was of a light volume with a number of "hedging" ialos scat- tered..throughout the earlier trading. 1 Ju the session there was better buying demand and prices advanced steadily on both future and aud change weak. 1-2; cables 1-4. Canadian dollars 11 3-4 per cent, discount. Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Aug. The loc-al stock market was very ,dull at the opening Ibis morning and a few frac> closed near the top. I tional overnight losses were reglster- i The increment of the new crop Is ed. Urompto'n gained a (jKisner of a j gaining headway, 43 cars. being In- point over night to CS 34. Atlantic ispected on Monday. Sugar lost a point, oneniug at 145 1-2 The cash demand remained good and Spanish River 'preferred lost 5-S with, premiums increasing 1 cent. 16 'to 125 1-4. Wayagnmack lost a hi-.if 'cents being paid over'the October forjiwlnt to 122. Dominion Steel lost 1-8 r in upot or nearby duff, i to 59 7-S and Breweries also lost In the coarse grain markets trading halt point to-65. Drowniiig Victim WINNIPEG, Aug. D. C. Coleman, wife of the dent of CanadEen Paclflo rall- wiy, drowned at noon today at- Windermere, B.C., where she had Epent (he .past month. Mr. Coleman received word of the tragedy In Winnipeg this morning. Information to hand Is that Mrs. CoFernan got beyond her depth while In bathing. 'Iwas steady with prices firm to higher Sfor barley and flax dls- I little- activity. Winnipeg Livestock WINN'U'EO. A-JK. today were 120 October wheat closed 1-Se lower, [cattle, ou lioss und Xte ehcey. and Deeeiuuer 2 higlier; October Bidding today, on sooJ grades of oats closed 34cN higher, December Icjljiilcher cattle was generally steady, up and May 3-4o better; October load, of choice Imleher heifers, ley higher December averaging l.tOO pounds, EOld for {10.10, Ic tetter; October flax closed 2c low-! while another load of gooil quality er, December le down, anil October butcher steers made the Banie. The rye 2 3-4e higher.............. Quotations: Open. Close. 254 250% (December 241 246 79 78% [December 74 74% (May 7S'.i 79 [October 120 12114 [December............ VOctoher 3fil. 34S 347 fOctober......... 189'X: WWhnore Estimates Yield of Wheat at Bushels REGINA, Aug. wheat crop this year will total bushels on the bids of 13 bushels to the acre from acres sown in wheat. Manitoba will have bushels from acres of sixteen bushels per acre. Alberta iwih have the highest average crop of wheat three provinces, bushels from acres, an avenge-cf 18 bushels to the acre. These estimates were supplied by A. E. Whltmore, who for many years has made a close study of crop conditions .In the prairie provinces and whose estimates of former years have been remarkably accurate. Under Mr. Whitmors's estimate Saskatchewan gains three bushels to the acre over 1919. Manitoba galni one bushel to each acre under cultiva- tion and Alberti makes the biggest gain of all. Last year the yield for the western provinces was based on a production of six bushels to the acre. This year the estimate and it Is conservative according to Mr. Whit more, Is 18 bushels to the acre, a Jump of 12 bushels for each wheat acre In the province. t The services Hie Methodist church, during Atlglist have been held ii on ih.-r lawn daring lea avonms's and have been regular tral -door meetings Cash Prices 'Ko. 1 Nor... No. S Nor... 289 market was topped liy two Shorthorn steers weighing around pounds Which Bold at, ?14.60. The sliccp and lamb market was quiet aud unchanged. The IIOK market was steady at for selects. Calgary Livestock' CALGARY, Aug.. were ouly 91 cattle oii the market today at itlie stockyards. Business was quiet iand prices OH a par 'with yesterday. j Hest liutclier steers, J8-00 lo }9.W; best tatclier cows, 47.00 to me- dium, to heiivy feeders 36.00 to good veal calves, for lops. HOSB arc quoted at but none on sale. HAY MARKET No. 3 No. 4 Nor...24051 (Prices'furnished by Farm o. C i iNo. 1 Tlmolhy No. 5 No. C Feed Track .........2723 Screenings, per ton OATS- NO. 2 C.W.., 97% No. 3 C.W... 94ft No. 1 feed 94% 1 feed.. 83% No. 2 feed.. So% Track S4% No. 3 C.W...131V- Nor.4 Rejecled.....................111% Feed Track......................120% No. 1 N. W. C.................348 No. 2 C.W...342 Xo. 3 C.W...SOB .Condemned .........27G 'Track .............348 Toronto Livestock Aug. Livestock receipts 1537. Cattle- market steady with light (offerings. Extra Kood butcher cattle- .Isold 25c higher. Choice slockers and steady hut Iradirquiet. Calves, receipts sold at 19 cents. Sheep, receipts CS9. Jlarkel'steadS' rTvith yesterday's prices. Lambs 15 25 cents higher. Hogs, receipts Market for .'led and watered Slfl.75 to Bar Silver NEW YORK, Aug. silver, -Homeslte 99 1-2; foreign 96. N, Y. Stocks" NEW YORK. Falcs: C. P..R. HO 3-S; II. S. steel S9 3-4; U. S.-steel preferred 105-3-4. CHICAGO WHEAT CHICAGO, Aug. for generally fair and warmer weather find announcement that'a large export Imsiness Avas done yesterday, nad Bomo effect on the sentiment In wheat today, the market starting lower with persistent buying by a commission -3ibuse with important seaboard con- ateclfons. After o'pening' one cent 'lower to S-4c higher with December 22S to 22S 3-4 and March 227. tho mar- becanm weak, the March delivery going under yesterday's lowest figure. Oats followed corn. Initial quola- lions were unchanged to 3-Sc higher September C5 3-4 to 65 7-S and JJeceinber 65 7-S to 60. i STIRLING EXCHANGE NEW YOKK, Aug. ex No. 1 Mixed Timothy and Al- falfa.................... 30.00 Xo, 1 Alfalfa.............. 27.00 (Prices i-o.b. cars Lethbridge or Railway Carmen And Machinists Accept New Wage Award Will, Mean Aboul Cents Per Hour Increase WINNIPEG, Aug. machinists and carmen have ac- cepted the increase'd wages grant- ed by the Cana'dian .Railway-Asso- ciatEon, according to H. Kcmp- ster, secretary of the local ma- The agree- ment was last night hy offi- cials representing the men.1 The award which has been ac- cepted increases wages about 15 cents per hour. SUFFRAGE AMENDMENT IN .TENNESSEE IS RATIFIE NASHVILLE, Tenn.. Aug. Averse (o Providing Quarters For Men of Machine Gun Brigade MONTREAL. Aug. Verdun, Quo.. b'is lost its flavor wlih plenty' of song aud music. WAHD FAMILY BEATS FLAMES; IN CAMPEIl IN EXHAUSTED STATE Aug. Mr. and Mrs. ince Uiotime when of Us young Warl1 auij Mra-- Ward re- neo went forth to war. if the decision havc ta tho bush H the majority of the-city council at firea whlch havo-laid waste the dls- ast night's meeting "is any criterion. trlct around Mulvihlll, are now said Major G. S. Currie, ol the Eighth' Can- be safe at Camper Man., according adian machine gun brigade, applic-rl j Io a lhls lnorn or" lhe lons or the use of a fire elation cot now i telephone Jrom that town. uso i After a long flight- ahead of the flames The'aldermea voted down the prop- i lbe lhree readied -Camper on lo isitlon. Alderman Bacon pointed in an c-xhausted 'condition, It is (all wanted 30 pointed out the Reports from lhe fire are optimistic for pur- 'and Ik is hoped be under cou- "Machine queried Alderman -anouette. "1 understand that roung men went out of Verdun to fight igaln German militarism ami now Verdun is asked to have it here, to lave men taught to handle machine guns, to shoot COO liullets a minute so 'hat in case of discord they cu'uld fire hese bullets at their fathers. We Jkve lad enough of militarism jjji only hero but nil over the world. Tail mill- ..iry busincsG Is in the of classes who own things against the classes who produce." Alderman Brennau objected to Iho remarks." Mayor Leclair calleil tho attention of the council to the fact that Irophles wprc hslng tllEtrlbuted anil Verdun had received nothing. tro! In a short H4ie.' Danger yet eiiats owing to the possibility of a sudden high wind and until', the ,laSU ambrrfa have been stamped out tae yorgauizations wtl continuo on the job.. ff ff SHAMROCKS WILL SEND A CHALLENGE FOR MIHTO TROPHY MONTREAL, Aug. Shamrock lacro.sse club will forward a challenge for the Minto cup to Trustee William t'orau of Ottawa tomorrow. The cup is now held st New West- minuter, B. C. GOLFERS GATHERING FOR CHAMPIONSHIP >t LORD STRADBROK'E is GOVERNOR OF'VICTORIA ___________ LONDON. Auc. Jau Associated Ktradbroke lias been apiioEiit- govemur of Victoria, sue- feeding lion; Lyulph Stanley. A motion recently was made lu tho Victorian parliament fay- orlng future appointments be- OTTAWA, Aug., golf- ers from all parts of Canada aid many from the United States are arriving In Ottawa for the open championships of the Hoyal Canadian Coil Associa- tion. There will be upward of 60 conr petilorc. J. Edgar. Atlanta, Ga., who captured the Canadian title last year, reached the capital last night. Western contestants here in- clude Frank Adams, Winnipeg; J. T. KInnear, Winnipeg; tjeorge Ayton Regina. The matches will be held Thursday and Friday of this week. v c ing made by the slate but it was defeated. HONORS FOR R. B. BENNETT WINN'IPEO. Aug. R. B. Bennett K. C., of Calgary, will, represent- the Canadian Bar Association at the con- vention of the Untied States Bar As- Boclatiou to be held in St. Louis short- ly. Sir James Alklna announced to- day. Sir James will attend tho meet- ing ol tho Canadian Bar Association In Ottawa in September. U. S. STEAMER AGROUND GRAND TRUNK DIRECTORS MAY MEET IN OCTOBER OTTAWA, 'Aug. date has yet been set for the meeting o'i the Grand Trunk arbi- trators, but it is cipected that the first meeting will take place early In October. -In the meantime the repre- sentatives of the government and of .the Orand Trunk arc each preparing their case to be laid before the board of arbitration. As there is an im- mense amount .of work involved in getting out the necessary statements. it is not eipected either side will be ready.'to proceed.-before another six weeks. SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. United States Shipping Board Ehip Mcmlonk went aground miles northeast by east of Island in Manning Straits Solomon group, Au- gust 4, and is to te a total loss, according to idvicen received by the department of the cham- ber ot commerce, flw Montauk's crew was said to toe Aleiis Daoust, of St. Polycarpe, -died at. St. Henri at the age ol 101 years, S' months. PLAYERS The C. P. R. EARNINGS MONTREAL. Aug. 'acific llailwai- earnings for tho week en'dint- August 21, 1920, In crease line-iip the against the rest of the Jeagu'e on Wed- ''-'1''-'" nesday -will William Bishop's Son Wanders Among Horses and Re- wives Kick (From Our Own Correspondent) GRASSY LAKE, Aug. Frank M. Thompson, ntlorne-y'-general of Tennessee, announced today that Ooy. A. H. Roberts at o'clock this morning certified Tennessee's ratification of lhe suffrage amend- ment sending the certification to Sec- retary Colby, by mall. DR. ELLIS DEAD small son o! William Uishop met with an unfortunate accident on Saturday. He had wandered among a bunch of horses at the village well, receiving jn.bad kick on his face. The number of loose horses which TORONTO, Aug. was re- ceived from Lake Joseph, Muskoka, this morning of the death yesterday of Dr. William Hodgson Kills, former dean of the faculty of applied science at the University of Toronto, lie was in his 70th year. Ir your breakfast appetite is not a self- starter; if it needs to be cranked up by some- thing that looks extra good to eat, and tastes even better than it 4 looks call tomorrow morning for a bowl of Superior corn flakes by popular verdict. SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE Made j-_ Canadian Postum Cereal Co. Ltd. Windsor, gather around slhis well are a source of difficulty and danger lo those tak- ing their iinimals to water, anil a re- quest has been put in by several cit- izens to the village council to htivo them pounded. The forestry car paid a visit.lo the village and advice was trecly sought and given to would-he planters. It M'outil 'certainly, be a good thing for tlio district if trees were to be seen more frequently. At lhe j u net Ion o I the Bow a ml Old Man rivers we are _fortunate in possessing a plape of much beauty. There are trees In plenty on two largo islands. Last year they suffered serious depletion through beaver, but those have mostly all been trapped, Mr. llalton who secured a permit, catching eleven. -wt- _.T_r_K -C.hiswi.6lf, JShaw Legge Knox'" Davis- .Allan Linnirie' 'f' Kick-oft" at'6.30 sharp. I Packet of X WILSON'S FLY PADS KILL HOPE Of AXy-y L VSTICKY FLY Clean to handle. Sold by aty Druggists, Grocers and General Stores Macleod Prepares For Farm Machinery Com- ing Out TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Convenience, security and economy are secured by the use of Travellers' Cheques issueS. by this Bank. They enable tlic bear- er to identify himself and are readily. converted into the current coin of any foreign country. THE CANADIAN BANK OF. COMMERCE CAPITAL RESERVE FUND yf. Rcikie, Manager. Raisers rFrom Our Own MACLKOD, Icndiing staff for the imhUc schools arc ex- lo nrrlvc durinK thn coining! week. JIM tho schools will reopen on August 20tli, Howes for the teachers uiay be scarco, hut they ivlll flnrt plenty lo accommodate them ere long. and threshing machines arc being taken out novr, for the work that is for them, and Ihose In chargo say thny will he Inisy all fall, Wages for helpers holh In tho field on machine arc C. W. K. (Jardincr .ind family who have spent the past two years. In Eng. land, retiirncd Saturday, and are tie- lighted lo Lo hack in Alberts. Mrs. Dr. Kdwnnls. returned to Mac- leod. after spending two months in fiastcru Canada. S. ap'polntecl return- Ing officer for tho coining vole on the referendum, Octolior 25th, lie Is now hu.-y his enumera- tors and deputy returning ofllccrs, Hov. J. Kennedy, who has hefcn siionding Ihft pnsl monjb at Waterton LriVcs returned w'cnk. Ifnv. K. MidrllMmi 'Is sunjilylns tlie pulpit during the vacation of W. .1. who arrive home next week. are now offered a complete marketing and Banking service through our new Branch at the; Calgary Stock 'Yards. information regarding live slock market conditiona, quotations, etc, furnished by the Manager, by mail, telephone, or telegraph, and funds transferred to and from clients' home accounts to expedite their business at the Yards. Make the Stock Yards Branch your business headquarters while in Calgary. A special room is provided for you. WCRCHANTS BANK Head Office: Montreal 9F CAM ADA, Established 1884, BRANCH, R. J. DINNING, Manage! THE HANDSOME STONES On view here nre r.ol so ex- ns you mat imagine. We prepare Ihoi-, when no irri. mediate am on hand. Lcthbridge Monumental EIGHTH STOEEr SOUTH The use of adds taste to the tastiest dishes. TO EUROPE QUEIIKC TO Sept. -ScpL flOct. 6.-. Emu. of Kept. lE'.tVt. 13. .'.Kniji. oT UHtnln 20. ..IT. IV. Wiihelm MONTUfLVI. TO Antwerp AUR. Mverpool Sej-r. 8, .Sicilian Fcpl. Sepl. 1 1 Eept. 17..Prelorlan J-outha Glasgow Antwerp Liverpool CANADIAN PACIFIC k OCEAN SERVICES 364 M.In St. British Makes This Jam We do -not try to make; Jam in any other Svay than the old fashioned strawberries and pure sugar cooked down together. Quaker Orato! Jam is unusXial, in the care we take to cook the strawberries as soon as they come. in from the fields. This gives the Jam a de- licious freshness of flav- or. Dominion Canners B. G. Ltd. HEAD OFFICE: VANCOUVER, B. C, PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW AND LIVERPOOL K.A. Vic. SeptH Caroula ..Sept. IS CarmanU Sept. 25 K.A. Vic. .Oct. 9 NEW AND SOUTHAMPTON Aquitanii Aug. 2S Maurettvnla Sept. 2 Imperator fiept. 9 Aquttania Sept. 22 NEW via Movllle Columbia .Sept. 11 Columbia .Oct. 0 Columbia Nov. 6 NEW Pannonla Aug. 2S Saturula .Sept. 25 Cassandra .Oct. IG .Oct. For full Information apply to any R. or S. S. Agents, or Company's olfico SCOTT BLOCK, 270 Main St., Winnipeg. C.P.R. Sailings TO LIVERPOOL Aug. 21 Aug. 23 Aug. 23 Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 11 Sept. IB Sept. 18 Sept. 22 Sept. 25 SepL 29 Coreican Prince Fred. Wm. ..........___ MeliU Victbrlan Empress' of France Minnedosa Empress of'Brftaln Metagama Prince Fred. Wm. Corslcah Victorian TO GLASGOW Sept. E Sicilian Sept. 15.............Pretorian (Passport application forme supplied.} .Call or write for full informa- tion, C. P. H. Ticket Office Depot Ticket Agent JAS. GORDOK PHONE 612 Tickets issued .ou all other Atlantic Lines. WE MAKE IRON BRASS CASTINGS AND FORCINGS OF ALL-DESCRIPTIONS AND KEEP IN STOCK MASTER GEARS INTERMEDIATE GEARS BULL GRATES OVERSIZE PISTONS PISTtSN RrNGS STUBS CANNON BEARINGS COUNTER SHAFT BEARINGS CRANK DISCS WRIST Z AND 4 ARM CLUTCHES And other repalrn tor tha Case, Reeves, Rurnlcr ami other popular makes oE and Gasollna Tructota. We hiTe tho best facilities for straightening and treeing Crank Shifts, lie- boring Cylinders, .and doing oth- er machine work. V I The Lethbridge Iron Works Co. PHONE 332 LIMITED. Magneto Repairs ,Vo uncertainly or guesswork. Service station for I.H.C., Magneto Work. E. J. O'SULLlVAN 1'roririetor The North Leihbrldge Garage 317 13tli Street N, Steamship SEE US ABOUT SENDINQ FOR THOSE OLD COUNTRY FPxlENDS We will arrange .their tickets. Apply for rales THE ROSSITER AGENCIES Hlglnbotham Block Information Ladies' College Edmonton, Alberto A High Class Residential and Day College for Girls and Young iVorhen, Academic Courte Covers Public ant) High School Grades to Grade Eleven Inclusive. Music, Business Collego Course, Art, Physical Culture and Ex- pression) Household Science. Students prepared for the De- partmental Examinations. Back- ward students given special and Individual help. Careful vision. Strong Staff of Resident and Non-resident Teachers. Fall Term Opens Mon- day, Sept, 13th Send for Calendar. Early Reser- vation Advisable. MISS ADA A, WILKIE, B.A. Lady Principal REV, N. D.'KEITH, M.A, President ;