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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDXESDAY, AUGUST 25. 1020 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS WINNIPEG, Aug. wheat, Jay. Although no choice bwf was oj. future markets were very firm during fered, business -waj fairly actlTe. today's session after opening at butcher stcere up to (J. Butcher changed prices. There was a little "hedging" la wheat, buyers aud sell- ers being about evenly divided. In (he cash market demand lor wheat was not so urgent for spot Bluff and the premium fell off Ic, being loc over October. Offerings were light In Iho coarse grain markets this mornlug tho demand Kas poor with offerings light. October wheat closed Ic lower with December unchanged. October oats unchanged, December and May 3-Sc lower; October barley 1-lc higher with December unchang- ed; October flax unchanged, Novem- ber Ic lower and October rye 34chlgh er. Quotations: Open. Close. October 25651 December 246 246 October December May 80 coirs to J7.50 with the bulk }7 to choice veal calves up lo J10.K; light Elockers J5.85 to Hogs, selects 20 to 130.50. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Aug. [Domlnloa today 3.5M cattle 525 hogs and 850 sheep. 'BIMIng on the cattlo market today was generally In line wllb yesterday's cloao. Butcher stcersio! fair quality weighed lip from IS.00 to 510.50, while bulk ot'female good quality sluSI sold from 86.DO to p.oo. Good slocker steers and hanged from to ?S.5P. The bog market remained ui ed, selects changing--hands-at f20. Sheep and lamb market Inactive with few sales made. Toronto Livestock TORONTO. Aug. ilpls 657. Top load of 20 cattle, aver LONDON, Aug. Beuter itch from Rome Quoting the Tempo, ays that the Albinlau command huG the following communique: "The Albanians have gained a Tic- torr over the Serbians In ihq Dlari rcjlon. Tbe Serbs lost inen. The have been driven back' to .the rontler which they crossed on, July 6. "Pending a communication from Bel- jrade, the Tirana government has or lertd Its troops to halt at the demar cation llae fixed in 1913." 74ii i up IUKU 01 ej aver .-OK I aging pounds sold Jit nlcows Blow, bulls' about steady. Stock 348 34U October December......... UUi PLAX- Octpber 350 N'ovember October 1931 Cash Prices No. t Xor...27091 No. 2 No. 3 ......S631i No.'4 ......250S No. 5 ......23SK No. 6 Feed .................219S Track .......................265fc OAT3- No. 2 87S No. 3 C.TY... [ere and feeders were steady it yes Prices. Calf, receipts 364; good quaQly top sold at 20 cents, bulk at IS cents.' Sheep, receipts, .lambs a do lar higher. Sheep trade shows a tlttl improvement.- Hogs, receipts 63t.. Martnt tlud t yeslerday'a'priceE. Mew NEW YORK, Aur- Bales: C. P.'R., D.- S. SUd, Vi; U. S. Stwsl rraterrea, N, V. NEW YORK, ex- change firm; demand 1-2; cablae 84% No. 3 C.W.. .126% 111S 126% 318 No. 1 feed.. 89% No. 2 feed.. 85% Track No. 3 C.W.. Feed Track FLAX- NO. 1 N'. Vi; C 3-fS No. 3 C.W...312 No. 3 C.W...313 Condemned 2SS Ti'ack It No. 2 C.W Bar Sliver NEW YORK. Aug. Bar silver domestic 55 ,1-Z; foreign 97. Montreal Livectock MONTREAL, Aug. (Dominion Livestock Cattle, receipts 207; ono load of fairly well flnlshei steers, averaging 990 pounds brough ?U. Although sales were slew, Iber was a bit firmer undertone. Ligh buus. were selling generally a.l and heavy hulls-at- Nearly a! tbo hutchcr cattle iraa of unfinlshci quality, and selling from down. Calf, receipts 83. .Good veil )13 to Sheep, receipts 679. Good lambs receipts 634. Oft car weights selects f 20.60: Calgary Livestock CALGARY, Aug. Four hundred an dlorty-sii cattle, twenty-five calves, eighty hogs and forty-one sheep were on tho market, nt the stockyards to- OCEANIANS DECLARE SERBIANS BEKEATEP E! B.C. See Ranches of Lord Aberdeen and Earl Fine Trip And Connections With Alaska Reach- ed Nome Tuesdaji (Spcda) 10 The YERNON. B.C., Aug. some of the flncst auto roads on the conti- nent and past thousands .of acrer of heavily bearing orchard 'landi, the delegates to the Imperial Con- rerenca -were taken on a forty-mile drive Monday oy tha Vernon Board of Trade and other prominent resi- dents of the dlitrict, and given their (rult be1t D( 1-i; Canadian dollars 11 1-2 per cent, discount. Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Aug. farther export justness ID wheat yesterday was re- flected in the future markets today bf scattered buying, there alto being a considerable cmount of exchanging of futures with cash houses: Opening Quotations showed a net, gain of half to 1 1-2 cents over yeiterday'ii finish 2J3 1-2 to 214 aad with. December March' 232. Oats followed in the wake of com but showed a firmer'undertone, open- ing 3-4 to 33 cent higher with Septem- ber G7 3-8 to 67 1-2 'and-' Deeembsr 07 1-4 to 67 1-2. Montreal Stockt MONTREAL, Aug. loot! stock exchatgo opened-.on the qnle' side Uils morning although the gen oral tone f was firm.' 'Spanish River .common and preferred toida overnlgh gains of H aud respectively, ibl rose a half-colnl to 78. L tide was unchanged at 116 and Bra zlllan at 39. Other Issues were quirt HAY MARKET (Prices furnished, by methLng of the tremendous posal- lilies before thli section. Tfce ftnoni Colditream ranch, os 26 ago hy Lord Aber- when Lord Burnnam. QOW heai f the Imperial Press Conference (pent some tlma with bin and die ussed with Lord Aberdeen, the pqaal lllHes of fruit growing In the valley Tislled' by the party. Anothe of Interest was Earl Grey's _cch, IB other well-known in the district. A visit to the Ig packing, plant of the Vernon-Frui Alaska., Aug. are enthusiastic over the of our flight because it accomplished was believed to be the Impossible, the establishment of -aerial communica- tion with Alaska. The entire trip was made with the original motors, am they are sl'ii running lieautifully." .Thus did Capt. SI. Claire Street head of the Now York to NOQIC air ex Iiedftlon of the Culled Slates army Bum up tduay the results of tbe long tnnscontluental flight which began a Ulneola, New York, July 1-1 and ended tho arrival of the four planes oa tha Nome beacli late yesterday. The machines are In perlcct condl ion for Ite wlurn flightj Capt. Slree .Id. 1'oee and alarms .whlcli had delaye he departure "of the aviators from Ruor fjaye way yesttrday to' a warm ion and clear sklesJ There Kas Eomo htng. altlo to the old thrill of ED! dayfl'oa the crowd of proapcctora, miners aod natlTes that had galhoro rom erery vUlage for mllea aroun wafted patieDUy all.afternoon for th coming pt Uut Biers, then, fcr out o Morton Sound, they came In Bight, an ,he crowd wmltod breathlessly. Flv mlnutee Utar, at 5JO o'clock, th whsell of tie jlanei .touched th sandy .field, and Nome's flrat aviator bad ariired. "The middle west and Canada a far north as Edmonton, Albortn, pro ed the moil Ideal Qylcg territory Capt. 6treet said, In describing t] flight. "After we reached Uie Rock Mountains we found few landing fleli chiefly becauoe of tho rough natnr of the country and the heavy forest As wo flew over southeastern Alaska glaciers. CANADIAN HENLEY AT PORT DALHOUSIE Aliove. tliL1 VnlvorBlty o[ Toromo team uom lily Aruouaui LIUO, unlor eights. Below, a. Keno ta fmnt of the cranrt 01 me imal rat.u Union, a concern In which it was over 80 per .cent, ot tho growers of he filstrlct are members and which hips out dally from 12 to 15 cars'of roll and had a total turnover last yaar of a million ajid a half dollars, wu alH> made. The party arrived at Vernon after a non-stop run from Lake Windermero camp, and although only, half was spent among tbe orchards before boarding tie C.P.H. special trains again, the stay proved one ot the most enjoyable the party have had. Lun- cheon was served at the- Vernon Country Clan where addresses were delivered by Lord Burnham, Ernest Woodhead ot Hudfcrstield, England and F. B. Crosselt, president of the Vernon Board of Trade. These ad dreaaes dealt chleDy with the develop ment and possibilities of the valley One of the Interesting event! ot tho gathering at the club wes a tlon to Mr. A. B. Calder, representing Pretident E. W. Beatty of the C.P.R. the presentation being made fay: Mr C. P. secretary o the party, on behalf of the Canadian Press aboard the train. the Interior, tlie unexplored territory, I q could only -land on bars, ot the1 The trip demonstrated Qie rcaslml- y of mnll, express and with Alaska air, CapL Street asserted. "I ex- st to. such, rdutcs established, the he'sald. ngs. Col. G. D. McPherson and Co aj-Woson, who net 09 In Lo B.VB placed us under a pecolbrr atlon to then. The ironderfnl facfll- ea given un la cities and towns In inada fo? the traauctlon of bTialnect nd the enjoyment of relaxation bear rlbute .to the labor-of love which anadlan newspapermen >rmed In advance to make us wel- ome, and their friendliness 19 re- ccted In every citizen of Canada ap- arontly, so generally are weventcr- ined wherever go. "The striking thing about It all la bat there has ieeri cftTlCuolj ao Tr.ucr; reparation and prc-proparatlon for hin second ImperialprebB conference. standard teen set for tho con- uct of future conferences' which It bo difficult to llvo up to." another, and culling SULTAN DOESN'T WANT TO FIGHT THE REBELS CONSTANTINOPLE, 'Aug. Sultan docs not favor the proposa made by the grand vlslcr that ho go o Anatolia as the head of nn autl Xallonallst force as the sole remain ng method lo crush the Nationally movement. A squadron of British seaplanes lot on board the. eeaplanrj c.irrle Pegasus for Black'Sea ports. The; will fly over Analolln and drop ant: Bolshevik literature. 3TR ALFRED 9MITHER9 ILL NEW YORK, Aue. Alfred. W. SmltherB chairman of the 'board ot directors o (ho Ornnd Trunk Hallway, who arrh cd this morning on the Olympic ou hi way In Montreal, was taken III durln the ,voyngc and this Afternoon was re moved from the steamer lo St. Luke' liospllal. Al Ibe cfflco of Iho com pany here II was slalod that hie II ness Is not of ecrloue nllure. H met here hy Howard O. Kelly, president of tho Grand Trunk. t UNDER WAY, ALTA s'o Damage From Frost Crop tn Some Districts Will Be Record Aug. HarvcEtln well under vay this weoV In moi rtx of Alberta, according to rcporl ecelred by tbe Canadian Nation; Railways from Ibelr In thi rorlnce. In some districts tho crop lavo been delayed for one cause not be ge era! for ft or so yet. From mofel ovcry district comes the wor hat prospects arc very satlsfactoi and some sections arc expecting record crop. There has been no damage Jro 'roal and very little frohi hatl. nog hud, In the Calgary area, roporls acres of crop balled out but no oth point seoms Ic hate Buttered severe Threshing should be fairly genera n nnother week. REMIER MEIGHEN HELD UP; BY WRECK AMHEDST, N. S., Aug. rthur Melghcn arrived in Amhcrst Js morning by motor from Spring-! Ill Junction, when hls.lraln en route o Ottawa was held .up by a wreck'nt facCan. An InfonnaV receDlion TTrns sndcrcd him hy the''citizens. ;Tbe Boston .Express.'oh. the Canadian National Railway crashed into a etruig f bos cars that had" been left over- pping a siding In the MacCan traio ards tbla morning. The engine and no mall car were derailed but the rest of Ibe train bold Ihe ralls._.There waa no ono Injured.< Moro Tobacco for the Money IANADIAN PRESS OPERATORS TO GET CONCILLVTION'BOARD OTTAWA, 'Aug. minister of labor baa aU-blifihed a board of conciliation lo nveatlgato the dispute between tbe Canadian PTGSH Limited, news service rtth ol Toronto, and, It a .eleffraph operators. G.1 NormaQ Smith) president of; the Canadian Press'Limited1, will represent the news Berrlce on tho board, and Camp- barrister of Winnipeg, has been chosen to represent the operators. Messrs. Smith and Campbell will con- fer as to the selection ol a chairman and In the event of their not being able to agree, the minister of labor will.make this nppointmcnL Canada'a paper end pulp exports Increased from In 1911 to In 1920. The oil for all culinary purposes sweet oil from Aprlcota. ADVOCATES EQUAL PAY FOR MEN AND WOMEN TEACHERS JN TORONTO TORONTO, Aug. reference lo Lhc question of equal pay for men nnd women school Icachcre, Ctilcf In- spector Cowley of [bis cllr In hla an- nual report to the of Educa- tion says: "The spirit of just social order be expected (o lay increasing emphas- is on the conditions ot efficient ser- vice and leas on the accident of lTi fntereitluc profit your fer A voodsrfal tnoolb n tlM tnonUiai. (kQ a Clfllilin Pjelfta Rillwiy J, GORDON Phono 512 TICKET AGENT "Yes, I'll Ti'iakc ji. Tire truck runa smoothly and dependably because 1 use oolhEng but Pobrinc for iubricalion and Imperial Premier Gasoline lor fuel. That's tht unbeatable ccmbbaUtra which keeps ibc mcil on lime." Accurate Thorough Lubrication T MPERIAL Polarinc gives thorough lubrication und cr every operat- ing condition. Cars and trucks give longer, cheaper service when lubricated with Imperial Polarine..... Imperial Polarine will cai break up.or run thin under continued operation. It reduces friction lo a minimum by maintaining a coating of oil on every wearing surface. .It seals all the power behind the piston by establishing a peifcct piston-lo-cylinder seal. Learn which of Ihe three grades described below is best suited for your car from the Imperial I'olarinc Chart of Recommendations, which 11 on display wherever Imperial I'olarine 13 sold. Sold in one-gallon and four-gallon scaled cans, half-barrels and barrels, also in steel kegs, by dealers everywhere. 1MTERUL POLARINE' (Liftl medium bcrff) IMPERIAL POLARINE HEAVY (Medium bodj) IMPERIAL POLARINE A (tdl, hcl A GRADE SPECIALLY SUITED TO YOUR MOTOR ;