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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta x THURSDAY. THE LKTHBUIlXiK UAU.V HKKALU PAGE FIVE DRAMA VA UDEVFtLE YS MARKETS LtmUti WINNIPEG, Feb. local markets today' were featureless and dull, owing to the lack of American reports, trading in both caah and fut- ures light. In the martet .all tvreads are reported unchanged from Wednesday! Oats closed 3-4c higher for May anfi July; barley 2 3-Sc up for May and July 2 l-4c nax 3'l-4c un for May wlth'July 4 l-2c higher. Rye closed 1 l-4c higher for May. May....... July May....... Jiily May July May Open. 88 Close. 92'I SS% 144 H 467 170 Prlcea No. 3 Bi'i 457 170% LOIAFIERTRADE Caaailiaa Trade Mission Ducon- Mission Under Trade akd Commerce Department he visiting the capital in company with Right Hev. 1. C'. Stringer, bishop of tue Yukon, at the request o! the government to gtvo evidence before the royal commission, Her. .Mr. Girl- Ing was formerly of Old Hadforil, Not- tingham, England, and before coining east had spent some lime as a mis- sionary in the Far North ministering to the Eskimo; In the Mackenzie Rlv- er district. No. 3 C.W... Canadian mission in London haa been discontinued. In its stead there, haa been constituted the epeclal-trade'mlBslou, a Branch of the department of trade and com- merce. The branch will be known aa the "Overseas Branch" and" will be under the direction, -si W. C. who was chief asaislant under LJoyd Harris. With JIf. Noxon will be as- sociated Harrison Watson, clitef trade commissioner in tho .United Kingdom, who will co-ordinate the. work of as- sociated trades: commissioners' with the ovexsesa branch. It will not be the duty of the over- seas branch to sales or purchase or" negotiate contracts for individuals or corporations.. This must be left to their own resources and The aim of the overseas branch will be: 1. To-provide a convenient com- mercial meeting place for.' Canadians visiting London for. business purposes, where they will be made welcome and can find men ready and willing to give them advice and; information. 2. To have at h'and lull and perti- nent to- conditions of trade; openings, for .b'usiness; de- mands for Canadian supplies and pos- sible contracts; to: facilitate confer- ences with business firms, managing ______ ________ .Introductions: to.' b'usiness. .bouses rod Feb. hundred in every" legitimate way.' But No Decision Reached Honse Luxuries ing Imported Be- CO.S'SrANTINOPLE, Feb. telegram received from Varna says that the liner Emperor Peter the'Great, which struck a mine and was lost recently, had 700 Eussian refugees on board'from Odessa and Sebastopoi, but that It is believed most of them were saved. plied to this feature picture so that1 thrill follows thrill in constant cres- cendo, until Miss Kellerniau attains a halrraleliie climax with her dive of feet 'from a tlsh wire into the breakers below. This tomes as a logical part o[ ihe story, where the heroine is escaping from a lofty lower by walking a wire cable across a cliasm; when the vil- lain cuts the sltiider strand, aii4 i.i the same time the tower Is blowu up. It is a thrill worth going milts to see, -whereas you oury have to go to the Colonial theatre. .A Paris dispatch'on February 10, announced the'slnklng of tho Emper- or. Peter the Great'through striking a mine off tio'harbor of Varna. These hcjvlces stated that there was no loss of life on which was un- der charter to the French government. :s luw UUM'k Him ultlllu luiiic vl I Stewart Kdvvard White, now kuowii everywhere as a novelist, a sportsniauf and an explorer. .''Tbo a Yv. IiOu; ilnson release, is tho western picture u luxe edition. Its locale', as the thousands of readers of tlie novel will recall, is the Bkck Hills. In tho days of the gold rush, wueii ihe white man jrokc Ills treaties and forced his. way into I'ah-sep-pah, the valhalla of the Sioux. The Ouster massacre follow- FINE PHOTOGRAPHY IN LILA LEE'S FILM FRANCE TO MAINTAIN IMPORT MONOPOLY No. 1 toed.. No. 2 feed.. SCU Trad; x No. 4 C.W.M43U Rejected Track .....148% No. 1 N.W.C...................512 No. 2 C.W...4SG No. 3 C.W...452 Track :'......492 JCo. 2 C. Winnipeg Llveatock WINNIPEG, Feb. 436 cat- 1327 hogs and 42 sheep. The cattle market this morning was in'lino irith yesterday. Tho hos market opened this morning with' buyers bidding" IS cents for sel- ects, fed and watered, which is in line yesterday's 60c decline. PARIS, dlans lo exlend trade.' 3.' Conversely, tlie overseas branch will bo a Canadian bureau of business Information "as -to Canadian, products, where persons desirous of doing busi- ness vi'ith Canadians may find "ready answers, careful directions and sound, reliable- counsel; -'T.t" 4. To give reasonable and uniform publicity to Canadian, resources and productions and opportunities. 6. To establish a and efficient commercial -liason officer be- T-.- tween Canadian producs'ra'-'and world choice calves .to common anil I buyers in London imd'to that cno the c'altlo, 30 calves and 29 sheep were unloadDd at the stock yards today. The market was.fairly active and prices up to the preceding day's avcr- EBe. "Cows and'heifers sold especlal- well. Heavy steers averaging from I'lOQ-to 1209 ptiunds made to J12; BOod.butchDr steers lo J10, while heavy fee'ders marte 5S to }10; heavy cows'made }B.5D lo 511; good butcher cbv.-s iS to 57.50; heavy heifers brought from 59 to ftO.oO; coiiimnn heifers to' A 'l6w good bulls made to LONDON. Feb. was raised in the House of Commons today whether tho government had niider consideration Niles Welch "The Winning Cirf COLONIAL Now Playing THE SEASON'S BIGGEST DRAMATIC TREAT Today Friday A mid picturization of STEWART EDWARD WHITE'S most famous novel A story of the pioneers who blued ihe trail to the west, full of thrills and excite- ment that will hold your interest from beginning to end. It's by, far one of the finest productions ever this city. OTHER GOOD ATTRACTION! COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA ;