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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ptfAGE TEN THR LETHBRIDr.K DAILY JERALD SATURDAY, JULY 10, T 1 A-.-J: ;LI ''demand lor grains in local mar: keta today showed no iuip-ovement from the past two days. Spreads iu general skewed a tendency to weaken. July oats cloaed cent higher; tober 2% cents higher, and Decem- ber 5 cents higher; July barley G cents and October cents higher. July fiai 7 cents higher and October cents higher. Open Qoae July............ lit" Oct. Dec. S551 Juiy .Kv .V. HO-' 135 issji July. tVj .i. SS5 Oct. 3SO 3S5Vi Cash Prices Outs No. 2.C. No. 3 C. W. ll; No. 1, fee's'-''.'.. -..........US No. I No. 2' feed..113 Track'. .v Iv'iV.'.i'.'X-......117 xo. y c. w.rIT! -N'oi 'If.C: w. 'ui -Rejected. .180 ISC' Tract X6. 1 No. 2 C. W. SfSf >V. Rye- .No. 2 C. Ydrk sales: i-S; U. a Steel -prefemd; 10S''" WINNIPEG. -July li3 :hogs-. Market and, dulh'ahu little tradingjwas in progresSi'lhlddinE extremely In sheep inarkets; uiiality poor. A few sales 0' thin, common light sheep were'-mado froni ?4.00 to {C.OO, while best were sold at from to Hogs steady, with selects, fed and watered, Tvcjghlng up wore drown'efi from party at V A doctor prescribed rid- Jog for Chicago' woman I (Mffioiitoii Journal July With airmen seeing thrills. llHIng icelodiea and soul-stirring marches from Canada's crack military band, Un> Midway a Mate of light aud ted, luu of aound, the Edmonton fair got awaj.Jb Auto proved fmctflr iii'lwtraciiiijr'a laji> crowd, test thqie the favorj abfij. tjj.e; elenwhU npt daring a nerve-burnlRg'perforia' ance and simply-Adofc away the crowd's breath with iiisitfats.. To add a little spice to. the actvjq made a uew record for hinjietfiby leaping; on to Sne piano from anpji'er a claimvthls s the first stunt iccoinpIifheS1 at a'pu'bllc Helri Crowd Breathless7 Scaaiper'.ng over tho aeroplane, standing on the top wing Up. then hop- ping orer to the.tall aiid'etanding up hangiug from the under-wiug skid, then by his heels from the landing gear'of.tho held the crowd breathless. r Two machines werVused aiid boUj did falling dives, loops and oth- er stunts Uie flying game. but a'glimpsf of the possibilities which he sees in Jhe future development of flying. Speaking to The Journal last evening, he revealedfthe'fiict that his first change of planes was'injKle while ie wag undergoing his tifjrt (flying :ssts ?staU naT spoke some reludfence of .and at iibout 1600 felt tho planCfChanging.ieat per- formed white' the 'crowd4 below sent .up loud hurrahs that. could fail -to convey their amazement. look time wh'n Changing planes, .in the will Abe .a cijmnion wieri" regular ex- chaiiges of mail will take-'place in the, and when aeroplanes making long filghts, say from New York to San Francisco, will be able to replenish tlielr sufiplieB of gas from areal -re- filling stations without making (k landing When this can be done, tie f flights will bo vasfl reSucBd ind ,the most transit assured in air services of future .Tlie forecast made by Licul Lick 1n tho or training in Tbtf vkjjtigg air- ly tljis to wholo ilorjv, difficulty .u reading certain ground'.'Signals at the .school, as his lower" plano.partially obstructed his view. de- out.of and 1'fflmSSTONtGHT SCENES ARE TAKEN ON SASKATCHEWAN RIVER Lewis. Daw and other Hiver's with Director-Marshall Keilan, Jour- neyed from JBflar'Valley, Cal., to the Safkatchewai'river in Canada lo Ulte the; final.sceuea. .iu .that 7 phploply, which will be''shown at tie Bupress last times tonisht The iidaptatioii of, fames Oliver Caryood'E hovel of the Canad- ian nnd many strttlag KfAnnC nf i__'_i ed a stirring .battleof a! I'OUDg inothor to clear her name uai.t hat of her unborn child of terrible blot. Miss Pearsnn, in "The por- ays the.role of a youiig girl, whose the- owner of a Haitian :Ioa, has just died. The sUi's hand E sought in marriage uy tho superIn- :endent ot ber father's plantation, but she refuses him and an aris- tocratic young Virginian. Seeking re'vehgti, the superintendent to the girl on her wedding ere and charges that there is negro blood inhir.veins. The girl.laughs at him, but months later, when she IB about io.becpmp, .mother, -the tjtme scenes 0.1 Jhij great oui filmed. last night.1 itdoors showing fo- FUN THAT, wiu.. HAUNT: Harold- Lloyd JIKes to 'make people people ot word ol. tho matter, that cansing a little tnerri iialely-sprang Into fame, nie: II is .-hard that and bis firet re, "The Great X'r tlie i.Hcd H ice;