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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AUGUST 30, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS 9 WINNIPEG, Aug. markets Seine! hogs were quoted at S20.MJ, I were easier today with trading in the wheat market of very light Character. j The cash wheat continues decidedly .'Irm, the premium of HJ cents still being paid orer October for upot No. i northetu and }5 cents over bid for firet half September delivery. The coarse grain markets featureless. were dull and with no sales. Montreal Stocks MONTRBAL, Aug. waa a renewal of week-end liquidation at the opening of the local stock market this morning, prices tending down- ward, although the market continued Forty-Second Anniversary This P. G. Laurie Was Editor notably q.ulet. Leading Issues were of fised pi wheat will bo a thing of the past. _0ctober wheat closed lower; December lower; Oclober oats closed -3c- lower; December Ic lower, and May down; October tarley closed lower, with December >'jc down; October [lax closed down, Tvith November 2c lower; October rye closed lower. Quotations .Oct. Dec. Oci. Dec. Open. 201V- 249 75 Vi Close. 200 340 No. 3 NO. r> 120% 341 33S 191 ,...270 ___244 ....275% Friday. Chicago Grain No..4 C.W...12334 Track.....125% No. 2 C.W...333 Condemned..291 ..............341 Oct. Dec. Oct Nov. Oct; Cash Prices No. 1 Northern No. 2 273 .No. 4 255 Track, Manitoba .Track, Saskatchewan..., Track, Alhefla ____ No. 2 Feed.. So-1; Track, BAH No. Feed.. 112% FLAX >T0. 1 Mo, S C.W...313. Track -i Ko. 2 Winnipeg' Livestock WINNIPEG, "Aiiff. (Dominion .J.Kestock Branch.) Receipts today ca'ttle, ISO bogs and 567 -sheep. The market opened today with poor except for good butcher cattle. :iA. few early sales were made at to 112.00 for choice butcher sleers. good heifers and -cows up at to good quality fectl- ;ers, ?7.SO to ?9.00. .The. sheep anil. Iamb was quiet. The hog market -remained -steady at for selects; fed and watered. Calgary Livestock CALGARY, Aug. The, run vell-known fainily at Boucher- Tillc, 'Que., while walking'-in v her sleep, wandered into .the St. Lawrence river and- ,-.vas drowned. c- ETecir Hoiw ft Canada Needs "FR1HT4-T1VES" ELYNN SAYS WESTERN SOLDIERS DISCONTENTED To those sufferiaf wit Liner, Sick or Tnmitt. Rlmmclitm, Pan in toe Badt, the side o! tht returned soldiers, the chief plant; iu whose platform would be complete re establishment. SIHKS TAKE BAKUBA LONDON, Aug. a tows thirty miles northeast o( Bagdad which was taken by Arab tribesniei recently, was occupied by Sikh troopi on Saturday, according to dispatch from Bagdad. Only flight reslstanct was offered by the Arabians .In the town, it is said. Elsewhere In Meso- potamia, the situation is without change. OTTAWA, Aug. the going ut of existence of the wheat control oard on Tuesday of this week, the lUsIness of buying and Belling Can- da's most important agricultural pro- oiico more become tho tusl less of private Gnns and Individuals. Vith the passing of the board, there will also come to au end the fixing prices for flour and .wheat and here is considerable Anxiety as to vhat the immediate effect of tho re- tprsltou of the old-order of things, with prices based upon, market condl- Ions, will be. The government's decision to do iway with tlio- wheat bpard which laudled the 1813 wheat crop on tho )asis of a fixed initial price, plus what he market would bring, has been .aken in the face, of considerable oh lection. Curiously enough much of this has como from wheat growers who strongly opposed control last au- tumn.-The explanation ot this pecu- !ur situation doubtless lies in the 'act that wheat con fro] worked out much more successfully and realized !or the farmers more for the grain :han they thought it would with the result that this autumn they have in many cases expressed a preference for its' continuance. The.attitude of the government is that under existing conditions when the allied governments, are not pur- chasing Immense quantities jointly, it Is not 'advisable that control should be maintained.' It has been pointed out, however, that at the last session of parliament, power was taken to re- constitute the wheat board and take control of the handling of the 1920 crop should it be.deemed necessary to do so! An interesting feature of the situa tion in Britain is that .the bread sub- sidy paid "by the government has been removed, hut bread prices will not', be increased. It is pre- dicted that prices obtained for wheal in the -British market this year will be. approximately the same as were paid ,fpr; the 19.19. crop. Our New Steam Pressing Machine Will not be hard on your clothing. When done properly, pressing and sixmglug .will make your garrnoo'i wear longer. Why not have your pressing done by tho newest pro- cess'. Our prices are reasonable. MEN'S OR LADIES' Suit, Dry Cleaned Suit, Sponged and Pressed Suit, Pressed .75 Work called for and delivered. Lee Duck 402 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH PHONE 1770 to do as individuals; He said tba they should patronize their own store lir.t that -when'tliey found it necessan to go to a larger iplacc for pnrchasc thst .Medicine Hat. wanted them t come'to them and 'lie knew that the would get a.-Equare deal from the ci Izens of that place. They would hav many problems 16'contend with ana he assured .them that Medicine Hat would he ready.'at- any.time to co-op- erate and assist them In auy manner they could. The district-is being rapidly settled and needs telephones, roads, and better railway service.' Vauxhall is further advarioedvtfian a'great many older dlstrlctc-ohd tho new organlza- Bolshevik Delegate in London tJiins- which represent nearly a hundred not be satisfied until 'something ls; accomplished. The organization Intetfds to develop a community spirit and wlli have prom- inent citizens -addrasa 'the'meetings Children's School Boots Boys' Urus Calf, 11 to 13, from. to BOYS' Solid Leather Shoes, 1 to 5, .v to Girls' Box Calf Bluchers, 8 to to Sizes il to 2, from to We have a good line of Box Calf Bluchers for girls wlifj take women's sizes, from Special prices on all Men's High Top Boots, in black, tan and white. We .are better equipped than ever 'for handling first class Hand sewn, spe- cialty. H. G KILNER .Phone 317 420 Thirteenth St. N. from lime to time on matters of Inter- est to the district Stock breeders, po- tato growers and-many's'imilar assoc- iations will-be formed during the ier and the new Board of Trade in- :euds to be an actlvo for all time. Defeat Sugars Increased Cost by using foods that heed no sweetening Prepared cereals usually require much sugar to make them pleasing to taste. Why use such cereals when at moderate cost you can have eat. Self sweetened Full of the true nourishment of wheat and malted barley, and served without a bit of waste ordering your next package of cereal, specify GrapeJJuts. Reason Made "by.CaBadian'Postum Cereal'Gltd., Windsor, Oni Soldier Settlement Menaced By Two Bush Burned 0ut IEIFFGEIS LOIOFFdS! Says Polish Victory is stay at, Windermere the sandy bsachej ot Lake WimJermere, British Columbia's Uaat warm: water mountain tha heart the'Canadian KocUiea. Keat or you want Swimming boatin Through Sleeping Cars frohi Calgary on Train No. 1 nt a.m. Tuesdays and'Fridays, returning sairio day Lake Windermore. Car placed for occupancy at Calgary provioa.'i evening. J.GORDON TICKET AGENT, PHONE 612 Rev.'A. M. Irwln, Jl. King Street Melhodlst church, Oshawa, has re- ceived an increase ot in salary, anil a bonus of JlOCi. Girls! Save Your Hair With Cuticura rCZEMA You iiro not Cx poiimenV- Ing when nso tlma'a Oinl- incnt lor J-.cmni and Sklti Iirlla- lions. It fcElercs at onco and gr heals tho skin. lly heals tho skin. host Ifr. CTi Gift's tine tit frco If you mention IfiU and sendee, swmp box all dealers or ft Co.; RANCH for SALE AT AUCTION CATTLE, HORSES AND IMPLEMENTS INSTRUCTED BY THE PITT. BROS. WE WILL SELL AT THEIR RANCH, SIX MILES NORTH OF GRASSV LAKE, ON TITT'Olft A fliWITPT 01 i 1AOA TUESDAY, AuGUST, 3lst, 1920, The rr.nch consists of acres of leased land, the lease of which has eight years to run at two cenla per uc.ru. There are 640 ncres of deeded land and the ranch Is nil fenced and-cross with about 12 miles of No. 1 fencing. The improvements consist of a good G-rormicd h.'nisc, o barns and a shed to hold 250 head of stock. It also has a cornplclo pumping plant for the irrigation system which Irrigates 350 acres with a 10-Inch and a liowcr Avcry tractor. The pumping plant goes with tho land. This lease wilh the deeded land makes one of the lieot mixed farminE and ranching propositions In Southern Alberta. 250 Head of Stock 250 Head of Stock Also to bo sold separately to the highest bidder 100 head of Horsos, one registered Clyde Stallion, 150 head of cattle, Including one Registered Polled Hereford Bull and ono Hereford Grade Hull. 1 Sawyer-Masse.y threshing.outfit, complete; -1 wagons and grain tanks; 2 Deering binders; 1 McCormlck ilrill; 2 Oliver gang plows; 1 Cockfihult. gang plow. 1 Deerlns mower and rake; 1 subsurface packer; 2 small suhsurfaco packers; 1 wagon and box; 4 hayracks; 1 democrat wagon; 10 sets of farm'harness; 1 single disc and 1 doublo' disc; 2 sets of harrows; a. Quantity at household goods, small lools and other articles too numerous to menllon. TERMS ON third cash, and balanco In one find two annuals, interest at S per cent; Stock and sums of ?20 and under over thai'amount ttmR will be given till November 1st oil approved notes, and 5 per cenl. discount for cash. Sale Opens at 12 o'clock With a Big Free Lunch E. B. TAINTER, Clerk. W. ft. PORTEOUS, Auctioneer. ;