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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Tlll'llSDAY; AUGUST 1Q20 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVF MARKET REPORTS WINNIPEG, Aug. prices I and 431 were on tale at Ihef Fhowed a narrower flactUEilliju bui I EToefcyarda today. The markpl was} indited to be firmer at today's mar-kit. .There Is a good clement! tor 'Sew crop wheel-but the oderluKs COB- llnue very light, lucil mills prarttc- plly taklne all the receipts. Tbe premium on cash wheat was unchang- ed Irom yesterday, still belug 15c over October. The future .coarse grain tasrkets still uuii vcith Ihe volvimo of business HgSt and the of- ferings Email. '.t October whett l-2c higher. December 1 346 better; oats closed l-4u hlEbor for all markets; October barley l-2c lower December Oclober flax closed 3c lowe'r with December 2c down; October rye cloned Ic higher. Quotations: October....... :troDKer, butcher steers going up to 110.50; cows ?S. the bulk J7 to] IS; bulls 15.60 to JO 25. Veal calves' 110.76; stockera to 17.50. '55 October December ?Iay 79V, 7STi 70T4 1 21 11) VI 345 344 Samples Grade No. 1 and Gross Return is S6i Per Acre No hoga were sold at noon with 120 bid for Eelerta off care. H. Y. Stocks NEW VORK. Aug. 35.-Cloalne sales: C. P. H. 129: U. E. Bletl 90 1-4; S. steel preferred IOC M. Montreal Stocks MONTHEAb. Aug. loca (Hpfd.l It. Th. ll.rtM) HAY-MOND. Avilf. Too Crat of the flooii or wheat riMi-heil Ihe focal nmrkel yesterday when Jllraoj Klmbsll and Lee Brewerton market- ed Uoth graded N'o. 1. and Mr. stock eichsnge was o at its very quiet Brewcrlou's samiile weighed Gl youuds In the bushel. The gram was lakcn off fields close Lo town and badi ilils mornliiB. 1'rices, Ju-t threshed. The nelds aver- Oclober 121: December............ October 347 1 '.October 194 Cash-Prices WHEAT- NO. 1 No. 2 No. S ......2C41J Nc. ......25HJ No. 5 ......SlOtt No. C ......23014 Teed ........................22011 ..............267'4 (Track (only 3 .C.W.. .13P.4 No. 4 C.W.. .1'fi'i ........................113VJ Track 126i; I No. 1 X. C................13-15 No. 2 C.W.. .330 No. 3 C.W.. .310 Condemned ..................2S5 'Track........................345 ya. 2 CAV.....................20214 Winnipeg Livestock Aug. 'J.ivcstock today 1.450 cattle, 220 hogs anil EO sheep. "ollses The market was strong louay lor good quality c.ltllp, quotations bcinr; 25' cents pver yesterday's cloEc. Common medium grades sold at steady prices mid good quality bulls and veal calves up at steady lo strong. On Ihe .sheep market, good llshl sbctp juadu to Iambs Thc hog market remained unchang- ed, selects Bar Silver for the most part, were EleaJy aud un changed, with the exception of enllde. rose Imlf a point (o licit- Steel ot Canada and Breweries were sleady at their yeslertlsy's close, and C5 respectiroly. Toronto Livestock TORONTO. Aug. Livestock Market steady at yesterday's prices. Choice butchers are quotable vip to fl-1.50. Stoekers and feeders steady with a llltlo moru adivlly. Cakes, receipts 112. Tops sol'l al J20: bulk about 518. Sheepr roceipls 37G. Lambs wore' strong. Tops sold at J16.50; bulk selling al 116 to (1C. Hogs, receipts 1S9. Market iin: changed at lo (20.25 for fed and watered. Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Aug. oucncd 1-40 to Ic -lower today with a cash house selling a fair amount or Decem- ber early which was regarded as he ing against country buying lu Ihe southwest. There was some buying Bged 2C bushels to llio :iefo and the price paid was per bushel, so that the gross return was iicr acre. liain last night held up cutting op-, erafions bcrc for a couple ot hours! Ninth Consresa of Chambers of Com. this morning, bul every available bin- rnerce'of ilie Empire, tn Toronto on September 16lb, l> one or tho but Stanfey Machln, J.P. Mr. Stiinloy Machin, J.P the chair- man of [be British Imperial Council of Commerce, who will Ihe Jer Is at work, and Ibe crop will down by Saturday nlghi. Expect at 50 For liig Re- Union During Week of Exhibition by a house with seaboard connections and nlso aomo scallered professional buying. The decrease, of around 509.000 bushels in supplies of passage the past week had some tfftecL on Ihe senllmeut. After December had start ed at 232 1-2 to 333 and March at 398 1-2. a 'rallly quickly set In with a fairly broad trade and carried prices upward. J Oats elarlcil firm wwilh prices up l-8c to 6-Sc above yesterday's close tvith'Scplember G7 1-4 to 07 1-2 and December 67 lo G7 1-4, with some buying of September, delivery by cash houses ivhicK added Addillonal strength tat, N. Y. Funds NEW YOIIK, Aug. or- change strong; demand S3.59 1-4; cables J3.C5. Canadian dollars 11 5-lli .per ccnl. 'discount. r Known nicrchaulB. of I.ondoi: [and, and has dlpiomallcellr handled numberleKa'crisej. lie was for five years a member of tho Imperial nn Commercial He Is a1 member of the London Labor Concili- ation nod Arbitratiou Board, and a member of tho Londou Court of Arbi- tration, which deals with business dis- putes. He was born in Surrey. Eng- land, in 1S61. He'is a Past Grand Treasurer of Freeniasonry In Kng- land. PteJeanTierens Comes Back; Will Collect His Bet Member Famous 31s( Ualt. Went Inlo Switzerland Armistice OTTAWA, Aug. Tlerens vho enlisted wllli the Canadian battalion in Calgary la 1911 End n-u Bounded in J-Yance. arrived In thla city last night after many Interesting experiences. His- wouodl unfitted hliD for further active warfare and toward the latter part of the war. he uras'lransferred to the forestry corpi Ho was close to the border Tvhejl tlid irmlsllce was Elgned.Jind made a wtcer that he would go Into Swltierbiid. He did so. eluding the guards and Trheo be returned inany ays later his company nftO left for England and he was put down c.s a. esorler. He worked In yarlouj mrla of Prance, finally croEalng1 the illKiitlc as stoker. He Ii here (o ollecl the bet from hi! comrades rho enlisted from ihls district. I NTH E STRIPED PACKAGE ONIM opening address the V. will be welcoiuetl-toy Sir Auckland Geddei. MOW YbTtK. Aug. silver, Domestic 35 1-2; foreign 9S_ Calgary CALGARY, Aug. Pour hundred hud fourteen cattle, 73 calrea, 24 hogs I HAY AIARKET (Prices furnished Viy rarm Products Lid.) v No. 1 Thnolhy ?33.00 TOUO.XTO, Aug. Cross holders are 'beginning la arrive in the city for the week's eiilerlainmenl lilaimcJ by llm veterans' reunion coun- cil. Sergt. A. Brerctoti, of Winnipeg, a member.of the clghtli battalion, ar- rived yesterday, while several more from oilier points arc expected lo- ay. Beryl. Ray Field lias lieen in lie city for several days, being CTio ret to arrive. The linal meeting of the reunion ouncil was .held last nlghL at local eaihiuarlers. Secretary Lane report- (1 50 fnr that only five refusals'had een received and he estimated that licro 'iVcuW he at least 50 holders the "leu pennyworth' of bronze" or lien- next of kin hern. In addition o the HsL ot V. C.'F. iu Canada, an- ojliei1, Lieut. T. Smith. Las been ound in Buffalo, through the British ice-consul there, and transportation las besn forwarded to him lo Toronto. A place fit Exhibition Park Una been reserved'for the march past and view on Saturday. After the to'rmal COULDN'T' SWIM CHANNEL DOVER, England, Aug. Henry Sullivan, of Mass., vrho start- ed at S night In an al- cinpt to swim .the English Channel from Dover to Calais, was taken from the water 10 miles from tie French const, according to an unconfirmed, re- iort reaching here today. No. I Mixed Timothy and Al- falfa No. 1 Alfalfa 27.00 (Prices f.olb. cars Let Abridge or MONTREAL HOTELS: ARE CROWDED; IT'S HARD TO ENTERTAIN DELEGATIONS Repudiation Hill is Scaring Lenders Declares London Society LONDON. Aug. Ceaadiati roccnt speech Qncenslnnd'a IleutenaDl-governor, MONTREAL, Aug. was stal- ed at the board of trade today that to the limited hotel accomnio dalion in Montreal and the tremen doua demands made owitiB to iha heavy lourlat traflic and the se quenca of conventions being held here, It ivouM be Impossible to enferlali tho delogdteB to the conpreas of chain bers at commerce of' tho empire in this city unisex they alter their Illn erarjr BO as lo TlilL Montreal first and then proceed on the proposed visits to Grandmere and Quebec. The only dale convenient would b between October 8 and 10, it was stated. Notification to tills effect, wa sent today to the Toronto commUtoo FIRE RANGER DROWNS POUT AllTIiUK, Auff. HuS jand, a young1 medlca! student salt o he from Stratford, Ont., who ivas iclloe as fire ranger ion-period, was drowned aL.Xipigoi when he attempted to go over Virgil Falls in a canoe. His companion Is-eaid lo be Torrancc MONTREAL GOLFER LEADS THE ME.LD OTTAWA, Aug. Mur- ray of the Hoyal Montreal Club, was ,ow nyin in this raomlnB's pley with 35 out, 37 In, total 72. G. Ayton of Reglna second with 36 out, 37 In, tutal 73. Douglas Edgar, present cha pion, had a score of 76- Dave Black, Vancouver, had 79. JUDGE GUNN WILL OTTAWA, SETTLE DESPITE Aug. Honor Judge R. D. Gunn, or Ottawa, has teen appointed chairman ot the hoard ol conciliation which will investigate the dispute between the Canadian Press, Limited, and HE telegraphers. Sit tings of the board probably will he held In Toronto, the headquarters Ihe Canadian Press, Limited. SENDING MONEY ABROAD If you wish to send money abroad, pur- chase a draft from the Canadian Bank of Commerce. It is the safest method and the cost is 3inall. Should the money he required at once we shall be pleased lo arrange the matter by cible. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND LETHBRIDGE ,VT. Hoitie, Manager. r.o. l nncllierday wlifo He LI ne, Illewl. IuE. or ProiruO- Ing riles. cal oper- ation "required. Dr Ointment will relieve you RI mco and itflord latins benefit. OK. A tool- all or. Eel man son, Hatra Co., I.tmlted, Toronio. Hot free It menUoa ItiU bad encloso ac. stamp Lo jjsy jMWKa, in which lie reflected on certain I-on don financial houses In Premier Theodore's failure to raise a loan here, brings the reply from the Urltlsh Australasian Society Jn Ixindon, on which it Uya the whole blame for the failure of the QueeiiE-j Jand land act nmet.ilincnt bill, which isj filtered to he cnllod the; "roputllnlion Jilll" throughout Anatrnlla. "Tho dam Ding fact enys this ro- jbly. "that the Qucansland goTornment tiRliHH It can niter a contract Lo Ita .own Bdranlege .and against the ivill of the other, contracting parlies. "CjucoDSlRnd can pnss wnnt legislation il likes and use Us sovereign as hslng A borrowing If its loglslatlbn fnTolvcs p. breach of faith or definite hostility to capital, then Queensland la 4ioiind (o suffer by 'being refused A further BEIIER SIAY PLANE 8TARTS FLIfiHT LiUIc Chnnce of Employment in Old Sold- iers Stranded 'c--cMii-f'ir s SALE Under and by virtue of a Chattel Mortage given by A. S. Glrske and N. G. Skaar to The Molson's Bank, and to me directed against the goods and chattels of A. S. Garske and. N. G. Skjrr, namad In Ihe said Chattel Mortgagee, 1 have selzid the following goods, namely: One Cace engine, 32x110 wilh John Deere 10-battorn plow, stubble and breaker; one ccok car and contents; one'running dear, Hamilton, with grain box; one Case No- 57347, complete, Garden City feeder; Case Weigher No. 27963; Caae Wind Stacker No. 19129; one running gear, Dominion; one Matsey-Harrls 12.foot packer; two wo-oden water tanks; one ten bottom Verity engine gang plow; which I shall expose forsaTe on Saturday the 28th day of August, 1920 At West Hall ot Section 23-10 19, about 6 Miles North West of, Chin, at the hour.of three p.m. Dated: l.cthhrirtBr.' AiiEllsl IS, 1920. T. J. SIMONS, Bailiff. hit that saves the day. TH E COCA-COLA COMPANY WINNIPEG Buying or Selling at Calgary Stock Yards No need of carry log large Euma of money, certified bank need to worry about exchange, ate, if he a buying or Belling at the Celgary Stock Yards. The neitf Calgary Stock Yards Branch of Uie Mercnwiti Bank of Canada will Ecrve you, by traDs'erring; to or from your hoaie bank. The Manager olso furnish any information you may desire re market COR- ditions. "Write, telephone, or wire. !a a room In Iho bank for yo'ir uoa irbile at the Yards. B' BANK Monlrcal. OF CANADA. EUablishi BRANCH, R. J. DINNING, ilja Gnon ind NobWorJ. 7 Mannich open Frljjje. [FEED NERVES PIENTY OF PHOSPHATE IN Keen Minded Men, Energetic and 'Successful Rely on It Asserts Prominent N. Y. Physician. Bitro-Phosphate a Godsend I -Men arifl woiren. ncrvoiiE mid frel- tuiacl -and often failed, I need plenty of organic phosphate, find i Ihe sooner llioy heeri this advice tlic their henlth .will he. 'In every one oC the millions or cells "that make up your body, phosphorous I Is a most important iiarl. Your nervous system, ,3'our brain, blood mid even your bones must imve supply ci[ plioaphorona lor wcariiiREa, nervousness antl a gen- condition, aa well na lark ot normal menial power Is sure to HALIFAX, Aug. Canndn Air Hoard ecaplans, piloted by Captain JI. Allen ot Montreal, got away at o'clock this afternoon nn the tint leg of a projected Iliillfai- .OttCLwa Bight. The piano is clue al VreclerlolOB, tlic first slop, at li.flo o'clock, slnndarrt lime, this arieruobn. Sugar Saver among cereal foods Grape Nuts No added sweetening needed. lorill like the appeal- ing flavor of this sugar-saving food., SOLD BY GROCERS 'A EVERYWHEREI OTTAWA, AUK. .1. A. C_. der. mlntaler of; .iminlgrtitlor. and j of the privy council, who Is! has cablet! the department ot.lminlgration In Ihe effect lhal Ihcnil are now 500 Canadian ex-soldiers hi Ixmdon -who arft unuble to pel citi- Vlojmcnt atid luive no means of returning to Canadn. Knllowlng Ihctr fllschargc, majority oT lliese inr-.n returned lo Knglnml under the hn-j nrcsaion that ihey would Lo able to at pood Coiidlllons In KnslQinl Tiail altcrod.; howevtir, and ivilh the return of lliat couiilry lo a peace basis, overy avail- lux Lhcmrnlvos iinAlf'e !o olitnin r-m-1 ployincnl. these ex-goliller.s applied to the ['aiiHrilHii aulhorllle.s lo he TRturn- f ed Lo C'aiiada. bul tliu government hns I no Silllhorlty lo r-ny l.linir consequently they urn slraiidod. Mr. C'aldcr, wlio is In j-jififaml jlnp over Hie jCxnmMnn iinmlsrftlion i sen1 fee R vleiv lo rcorpaniJiaHon, I the poinl IhnL there it, no.i jwort lo bo had In England, nnd Hint i i iineniploycil men hnri hellpr slny awny from ihc Mother Country. Dig men, or men who j control nidus tries because of sheer 'will nower and nervous force, know thli-. or. If Ihey don't are clever chough lo ;mve a physician ivho iloea. 1 I'hyslclnna more .intl morn arc renl !7.iiiK lliat Hiiro Plioaphatr. did Rt ilrus stores, is nocesElLy to lover per cent, of men and wo- 1-ecauBe present duy foods do not. :contain enough phosphate lo K'TO [liotly and especially the- nervous sya- Ucm the supply It needs. .Speaking on this very cubject, Dr. Frederick S. Kolle, EdUor-ln-Chlef at BANKERS MAKING 1 TOUR OF THE WEST IIKGINA, Aug. sreclal (rain wlilch left Winnipeg 10 days I with n parly or nearly a hnndrfid lead-1 i bankers, rarniera niul business linen for p 3.COO mile Irlp through Hie hrcad-basket of tho llrillali Km- arrived In "IleKinn Ihls j After a otie-liour Irlp during whlfh the chief points of Inlcresl wore, tf Hie Ireln conllnueil oil 11.1 way to MACDONALDS ofaominatum stflTCanadrfs preference {KSl-.'-ISsSi f 'hyslclans1 "Who's and a 113- lonnlly Qnlhpr of lext looks, In a most statement said: "Jf I had my way. UHro-l'Iinsniiat" ahonld IJB prescribed by docior and used In. evary hospital." I.tlor, Dr. said: "Whon Ihr nerrc UBBUG beginK LG lode Us vital- ly, woman begins to lose her youth and vlvaclonsnese. Her lively, jilens- unt (lIspoaltlOD fades fiiv. jriilahla, uncompanlonahlG, moofiy and despondent It would iu- il Ije n godsend If more men an I women ware aware oC tliR cffica'cv of Ultro PJiosphate." Hot -.vealhar la dreaded by mon arid wpmcn vho are weak, thin, ncrrons, timid and lacking In Tlecroua dcveloi'- ment bscauso U sajn their vitality al- most to the hrenklng iiolnt. To all such people Ultro-Phoaphato is recommended bccauao It urganlc jiliosphate which, when ab- sorbed by the system, will a up ply the element necessary for a vigorous, hep.llhy body free from any suggestion- of weakness or disordered nerves. Your druggist has Rttro-I'lioaphato In tho original iiackngo vrtlh complete malrucUous for hesl THE HANDSOME STONES On view here arc rot FO ex- pensive- you may imagine. prepare them no im- mediate ortlorj are on Lethbridge MonucncnUl EIGHTH STREET 90UTH British Canadian Trust Company Gonybeare Block___ _____ Lethbridge Trustee, Administrator, Executor, Loans, Estates Managed, General Financial Agents Phone 1843 Geo.W. Parsons, Mgr. ;