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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 28. 1920 THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIV1 MARKET REPORTS WINNIPEG. Aug. ii.-rTradfne tor Julure deliveries on the Winnipeg grain exchange today was only of lair site, the eaort week-end session re- flecting an almost holiday situation. The markets .wero firm, but showed little caanjo from Friday. There was a keen demand for cash wheat, njll- lera and eiudrtcrs being the buyers. Thero were 15S cars o( new wbeat received today being the, heaviest to (ar this season. The weatter through- out the west continues favorable for bat-vesting and threshing. Coarse Brains showed. llttla strength but voliuiio of trade '.was light. Flax was Beaker. October wheat closed lower; oJ by the liberal export business "of yesterday and a lack of to- day started wheat 1-2 to 2 3-4c higher, March showing the Kreaten gain j December opened 23" to 23S and March 2L12 lo 233. Oats were firmer.with other grains, September and December starting lower while May was ujt 3-Sc at 69 1-4. Initial quotations ranged from 7-St lower tb 3-Sc higher" with September OTTAWA, Aug. following statement dealing with the present sugar situation, was Issued by the board. of commerce tonight: "As has been already unofficially announced lu the press; a Conference bctiveui of and bats higher: Tor October anrt l-Sc hither for December and May; l-2c higher for. October and He lower lor December; flax l-2c lower for October and 3o lower for November, anl October rye 3-4c higher. Quotations: Open. 2C3 Close. 240 122 111 343 340 October December October December October Pecemher October ...I. i........... HYE-- Oclober iS6'.-j Cash Prices No. 1 Jfo. 2 Nor...2755s No 3 Nor...231% No. 3 Nor.- No. B Track .-.....................277% Track No. 3 C.W..-130 No. -I C.W...125 Rejected and feed ............Ill 'FL AX- No. 1 J.% W. C................3J1S4 No, 2.C.W-..335% No. 3 C.W.. Condemned Track ..-.....................31Ht v Chicago Grain CHICAUO, Auc. Indue- 67 1-S to C7 1-4 and December GT tujthc sugar refiiieis has resulted hi a C7 1-S. j reduction o[ two cents a nound In Ihe Winnipeg Livestock i iirlco or sugar, this reduction extend- AUE. I Sun lo all Brailos anj ultecllvo font- Livestock today with leaves the selling price of reCm- 195 catllp, SO hogs and 155 fhcep. Oiy-jers at 22 cents a, pound. Former-or- ini; to Ihe' small uaturo oT the receipt's ders of the of commerce, which trading on the marKet this mcjminej remulu In cltcct limit to two cents was extremely qnlet, there- being littlej'pouhd ths Increased 'cost lo the cqn-j doing, and quotatlung on the handful i suiner, this llniltutlon of profits apply-1 of slccm showed iirk-cs to he gener-jlnc; equally of course to' purchases ally In line with yesterday's close, j I maiie Jit prices'lielov-' 22 rThc Nol sulfh-Ieut hogs on band io eslab- .sugar' markets, of the world' remain llsh a market. -an uncertain rjnanllty., with, ''ft tra- On the i'heep. and lauib umrket a few 1 tlency downward during the last-week; light sheen'changed hands at S7. or two. The high sugar prices oblaiu-j N. Y. Stocks i Ins .In .tho United Stales 'ilm-lng ihcl ne benefit of quite Frtach Can- for Cowlcy and adjacent country, and BROOKLYN CAR LINES LIKELY TO BE TIED UP able Ihrtlt have built up comfortable tomes for themselves In the vicinity. There Is an excellent hotel In the town owned and conducted by Mr. H. D. McMillan, a gentleman whoce cour- .esy, lacl and hospitality are well _ known to the travelling public. The! medical ably represent-! MR. GASPARD DUiORO 159 Arenua Pins IX, "For Ihreo yeirs, I its t trcrffcm and my general very consulted Aug. yekr have'been no doubt largely j phv3i'cisn his and 21 1.4: 1'. S. steel resnons Be for atlractinE lo tliat S' Sales: C: P. R. 121 1-4; U. S. steel responsible for attractin 75U 90 7-3; U.S. steel preferred IOC 1-4 bid. country cheaper offering Montreal Stocks from var- i Ions parts of the world, with the result I .MONTREAL, Aug. tojhejlhal several shcrp breaks In 111? Unit- dullness in trade past'wcek! etl States market have occurred, and the Montreal stock exchange was! prices here and there fell to a point! closed today by unanimous [which made It profitable to bring sug- HAY MARKET aij I'M "n.c ada Iho duly ftnrl dllfeicnce (Prkes furnished by Farm Products Ltd.) Xq. 1 -Timothy {33.00 No. 1 Mixed Timothy and Al- No. 1 Alfalfa f.o.b. 30.00 27.00 cara Lelhbridge or In exchange. Constantine Would Regain Greek Throne ELSOYSPEW ,Avoid Indigestion, Sour Acid Stomach, Heartburn, Gas On Stomach, Etc. Indigestion and all forms 'ot stomach oJ- tliorltics, aro due nine times out of ten lo. an excess of hydrochloric acid 111 the stomach. Chronic "acid sloriiach" is exceedingly dangerous and suffer- ers should do either one o[ two things- Irredeemable' Failure He''De- Put Teeth in Hague Tribunal PARIS, Aug. King Constanllne ol Greece, still hopes to regain his throne. "I await the daywhen by the will of my people and the force of traditions, .I will the Ihrone which .-i unde- servedly he told a correspon- never abdicated." He denied having been in any way involved In the attempted assas- sination of the Greek premier in A.ugugt-.12 arttl hinted tha't' should' rie regain" his throne'willing, to in har- mony with Venlzelos. illy carriedouthisinslrnctions; but I did not imjirOTO and f nelly Ac doctor told me 1 could not bt cured. At Ihis time, friend advised mt lo try 'r'riiil-ortnti' and I did. so. After Ufcing llro boies of 'Fniit-a- ticci'i.'.l was.grpnlly rcliered; and graiiu.illy tins" mtrvolous frnit lueOicine tnadajae completely well. ily-digcslion' an'd general' health arc I owe to of the rlebt i o! people It) shall figure as ono of the'most imporl ant towns In Western Alberta. JOHN J. Cowlty. Alberts. AusnEt 1420. Miss Isabella Tbomu, H. A., prin- a similar KJc.B, for tnil tiit, 25c. Atiall de.ilcrs 'or'sent postpaid by Fruit-a-livca Limited, OtUiri, Ont People's Forum COWLEY1 AND MTS SCENIC ATTRACTIONS1 V ed hy Dr. graduaU1 o( ouo clpal of the Hlth Schuol at Elbow, of lie most famous Scottish medical Bask., has resigned to taXe i, who ylth position at Eden, Man. ness and skill for some years b'ack, ban ministered to the sick in town and surrounding country. We jhould not omit menlion of the'worjen's Inslltulei of the town, a benevolent society, composed of: ttc .lady membcn c( the various churches. The Society de- praise, for the Vicellent nork It has already done. Quite recently j it has paid the expenses of Bending a young lad with 'a deformed foot to Winnipeg, where he remataed lour months under a specialist's and has just recently returned with his limb fully restored. Quite- near Cow- ley 1s located the "Drewry Farm" one j of tho largest stock farms of Southern' Alberta, -whoso famous blood horses.' tho PercherouB, have taVen first prizes In all Ihe great cihlbitlons of the V. S. and Canada. Tie scenery to the -rlcrnlty ot Cow-. Jey Is sublime. Walled In by the' Kocky Mountains and nestled in the" Talley, It la shelteroj from the nerce] storms which strike tho loftier heights. Towering hill, and pleasant dale, mean- dering sire-aru and eloping meadow, rocky precipitous gorge and mshinE, i roaring torrent, mountain peak rising above peak piercing tho gorgeous] many-hned clouds which encircle Its sides and charming valley ivlth'com- fortable farm houses and ripening wheat" Helta waving In the summer breeze, present a landscape which for heauly and sublimity can hardly be excelled. The population Is chiefly composed of Immigrant from Eng- land, Scotland, the U. S. and Eastern Canada possessing the nterllng quali- ties of head and heart for which the Anglo-Saxon have always-been distin- guished, and which, wherever they! are found, give them.a foremost place! In the commercial, agricultural, social E and moral life of the community. There are a few Doukuobora of Rus- sian origin In the community who are an .Industrious and peacable people. Bui their 'aversion to education'and disinclination to. conform" to-thejlaws and cuh'tmos' of !hp Country, kecnjthem prevent :asfeimilatiopj unS makes "them an undesirable'elemenl In national life. j VORK. Aug. .OB alrsubwayd, surface aub'tec] Jiftcs in Brooklyn starting tomorroV or I Monday now ceftaic.- Ths I company and men are' 'deadlocked over men's demand for a 5i) per cent, increase ifl the union leaders will take a strike vote ot membershlp.'tonlgbt. TEA. You'll be pleased with Blue Ribbon Tea ihe first every time you use it. All live grocers sell Editor Herald. (years the crops were almost a total M.AHION, O., Aug. Ihe existing league of Nalious ra de- linite irredeemable Senator Ilnrrilng today proposed a-new..effort j lo construct a world association on. the framework of The Hague clothed .with such attributes' of -the league covenant as may te'fnund safe 'aud-practicable. Tie pledged himself if rient to 'make an immedlale'Clfort vi'itli the advice of tho ablest men of bolh Ellher they can limited bfien disagreeable diet, avoiding foods thiit disagree with them, that Irritate llie stomacli nnd lead to excess acid secretion or Ihey can cat as tltey please in reason and iiirike 1L u nruc- lico to counteract the effect of the harmful acid and prevent the forma- tion of yaa, sourness or premature fermentation by the use of a lilllc Bis- jirated Magnesia at Iheif nieala. There is prouauly no belter, safer "or sto.ncrach autiacid than Blsuralcd Magnosia- >vldely used for this purpose. Jc hag no rJfrecl- artion- on llio slomtich, and' Is not a dtgcstcnt. Uut-a tenspodnfiil of the powder or a conpio of tablets' tnkcir in 'a lUtle, water wllh tho food will ncittrallzG-, Iho dxccsa ucldily wlilcli may foe present and pre- veil 1. -Us further fonnalfon.1 This rc- whole of the trouble and -'the men! digests naturally ami healthfully without nccrl of pepsin jpllls or fcir OUIICCP' of lljsuralcd Ma political parties, to form such ;in as- sbcinUon either by "putting teeth" inlo The Hague court or. by revising tho covenant to protect national 'aspi- rsiLions. The declaration was front porch speech lo of Indiana Republicans. you to be deeply ln-4 failure, but Ibis year with the rctresh- Icrested 'in the progress and pros- ing showers that we'havi perily" of every of Ihis great we through >y6ur; drawing lest little .vc had. the har- r great vest promises to be abundant anil hope the privilege beams In every countenance. The i'. 'columu, of farming-Interest Is certainly destined aUebUou [Vo one bus-, to be one of ,the. most important In o towiifi-of the. lrLa'st Great thQ country. a more complete and scenic attractions of 'Cowley, sit'uatea" abo'ut 25 miles ol the Rockies. 'Fifteen .rears ago it was a made In, a a delegation ASK ONTARTO GOVERNMENT TO OPERATE GAS FIELDS CHATHAM, Ont., The Ontario KOTcrnment .Tirill be asked to brer.the gns fields and operate, them na a public utility. It was dcoid- od'.al a mccting-of represenLitivca.. of Western Ontario, municipalities held In this city yesterday. CRUISERS ARRIVE AT DANZIG fiANZIG, squadron 6t four KiiuiH BrllfsH armored- cruisers, nccompnnled by several smnll auxll- iiiry vessels, lias arrived and'ancliorec] m .Danzig bav. It is said that there arc. hvo other British ivarshlps and iicslci Truiu any roliiililc dnigglsu Ask j two French armored cruisers in the for clllier or'tablels. It licvcr harbor, conies as a liquid, milk or cltralc and in the Ijlsurntcd form is not a i The side cnr ot n motorcycle Try Ihis plan nntl cat you u-ant jean be held rigid for use on smooth .ifyour noxt inoaL and ECO It this Isn't i pavements or ylvBn fi certain best atlvific you ever had on "wliat ;of when unercn roadways to jaro encountered. Railways in Securing' 1-S. Saskatchewan Lwu or extended what -seemed a 'desolate uninhabited Today it ]s a .coinniuiiHy of- gver with flvc wellstacketl general stores, an agricultural Imp-Iement store, res- taurant, confectionery, en excellent school, two Protestant churches. There ia also a lloman" Catholic.scrvjcc for system of irrigation-Inaugurated, agri- cultural schools dotting the the ravages of cutworm and grass- hopper effectively checked, with, more abundant rye sowing and tree plant- ing Lo prevent soil drifting COD- s, while a larger repreaen- lid reach, tallpn In '6ilr: the .farming interest Is bound lo pro- Aue- Mnjor A. J. Mc- Phcrson, clitiirman of the Saskatche- wan water supply commission, 'has ar- ranged for a conference at Winnipeg on September 11 inth engineers of the three bis railway companies, "They will dlscuEs thoroughly the proposed for supplying southern Sas- IvatchL'Vvan with' Water frqhiHhe South Saskatchewan and Iry'tojfl'rrive At an agreement as. to the amou'iit of water the railway comphTiies .will .'take from the ayslem'.arjd Lhp proportion oflhe cost of- conslrucUng the; which' tho railway .companies should bear. '-'The railway, said Major "will be among our biggest consumers and it'XvlH require a certain amount of negotiations: lo get'agree to the.1 proposed s.cheme and enter lieartily-.iiito co-op- eration wltli us on tho system plans. If the technical details have been ills- cnsscd with the cngltiocrs pt Llie. rail- ways, we can arrive at basis of agreement to nrcsent to the" higher o[ Uio companies lor. Uiclr L-onsideraUon." gress 'and the farmer'or, the" future is destined Lo occupy and wield an influence second to no other in the country. We have no ambition lo play the role of a prophet, which ir. these 3ays Is a risky bnsincss, but wo Tenlurc to predict, a bright future RANCH for SALE AT AUCTION -4 RANCH, CATTLE, HORSES AND IMPLEMENTS INSTRUCTED BY THE PITT BROS. WE WILL BELL THEIR RANCH, SIX MILES NORTH OF GRASSY LAKE, ON TUESDAY, AUGUST, 31st, 'Tho ranch consists o[ acres o[ leased-land, the leaie ot >vhkh liaa clglil ycara to mn at two cents per acre. There are ql deeded land and the ranch Is all lenccd and cross (enced, ivith'aiibut 12 miles ot No. i fencing. ImproTenieata consult o( a Kobd' G-roomeil hoiiBc, barna and a sLsd to head'ot clock. also has a complete, pumping plant for the Irrigation syetem i irrjgatc5.350 acres ,ivith a 10-inch centrKugal pump end a povrer tractur- The pumplne plant'goes tile laritl. This lease wltli Ilia" deeded laocl makes ono oClhe beat mixed-farrnlif; 'and 'rauclllng.propositions In Roulliern 250 Head of Stock 250 Head of Stock Also to be soli] separately to the highest'bidder 100 bead'.of Horses, lacludlug ono registered Clydo SlalHon, 150 head-of cattle, including one Registered Polled Hereford Dull and one Hereford Orado Dull. 1 Sawj'Cr-JIassey "Utfit. comnleto; 4 wagons and grain lanVa; 2 Deerinc binders; 1-McCormlck drill; 2 Oliver eang plows; 1 CocJishull gang plow; L Deerins mou'er and rake; I packer; 2 small subsurface packers: 1 wagon; 4 hayracks; 1 democrat wagon; 10 sets of farm harness: 1 single disc and 1 douhlc disc; 2 Eels oi harrdvvs; a Quantity of household goods, small tools other artlcleB too numerous to mention. 'TERMS ON cash, and balance in one and two annuals, interest at S por cent Stock and sums of and under cash; over that amount time will be gireii till November. 1st on approved notes, and 5 per ceut. discount for cash. Sale Opens at 12 o'clock With a Big Free Lunch E. B. TAINTER, Clerk. W. A. PORTEOUS, Auctioneer. t R1I SOAP 1 USE THE COUPON BELOW It entitles you to one of our Big, New Premium Catalogues, Free, A wonder- ful assortment to chcose ware, Cut Glass, Books, Toys, Pictures, Je-wellery, Razors, Men's Gifts -of all kinds. Write for this Catalogue. AH these valuable and useful gifts can be obtained free with Royal Crown Soap .Wrappers and Coupons. Use This Coupon The Royal Crown Soaps Limited Calgary, Alia. Premium Dcpt, ('hnuniiml.i, Breeds, Arc (o Have Caused Death of Hindu n( Waldo' I'AUlAtlV. Ailj. Cnlnary wliose are rtinorlcd lo hi Ftill living In tliiK rity. iire wanted "V ilie ponce In Hrliiili coiurriuiu un t-liiirge nf murder. They arc Charles nnil Cliiiiiiranl, 19 anil .-M years, and urc alleged lo have boilily Injury lo Tatlil Slnfli, jii Illnilu. at'Waldo. on July'1C, from whifh he died a week later, jlioys. who arc Imlfbrrcils, were last I s-vt-.i nl (lie depot In oil (he day i Ihe is to Lave liecn roiiiinltteil, I TWO YEARS IN JAIL i _____ I'RINCB AWJKUT. Aug. Pnlcnnuile of North Dattleford was tnday scnlcnciMI by Magistrate Mul- cnplrr In the iiullcn court to Iwo years i'in Ihr: iicnileiitlnry for tho theft o[ a Ijkyclc which was left outslilu a Eloro. The accused liail two' years I Jirevloiuly for Sr-Mus, Square Deal Harness Shop D. KING Coaldale, Alberta, August E.'R. J. Forster, Dominion Fire; Co., i Dear Sir: Accept my thanks for your company's cheque in set- tlement of my recent loss by fire. The adjustment my claim was exceedingly fair and payment prompt and in full. DAVID KING. A v Companies DO Pay Losses Promptly and Make Liberal ;