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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JULY 19, 1920 TUB LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD> PAUE FIVE VAUDEVILLE No. 3 C.W......................213 CALGARY, July were no >0gi on the market at the st-wkyards today and cattle wero 'weak. Two .-July seraaiy-tlrea re- for cash grains today not so kraal of were on through on Saturday, owing to the- advance billing. Quotations are: Choice In the futures.' Tbli. .the extremely light resulted In email volume of business, wklle ill spreads were reported unihaneed. Oata closed, 2 7-8 higher for -Inly, cnti MB. for October acd 3-8 cents higher for December; bar- to J9.50. Hogs, off cars, J1S W- r Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, July Llveitock 130 cat- tls, 550 hogs and 37 sheep. With tho bulk of offerings niade up of common o medium gradso, trading'was dull ley t 1-3 cente higher for July, 2 5-S _ MgneV for October and; cents) at the opening up for' December. Flax 18 _ cents! [y, ra0nilng. Stockera and feeders klgter'fbf Julj and IS'tent's higher for! of B00r'quality 60-cents iowor and underwent a clhw, and Mona Leading wewac- Uie sellers of Corn OB jriw with which the- Initial ijuotattons S-4 off to 1 1-4 advaace. Including September at 119 J-4 to 150 and December 137 anil 137 3-4 were fallowed by a decid- ed setback all around and later a mod- erate jally. Oats descended with corn. Aftar opening unchanged to with September 70 5-S to 77. and hardening a little more, the market (el! to weli! below Saturday's finish.. New York Stacks NEW YOHK, July sales: C. P. R., 119 7-8; U. S. Steel, 91 1-S; U. S. Steel preferred, 107 3-1. --.J... OATS-r Qctober July....... October bctober .117 91 '151. .13854 364 .-UlHs_ 3S2 3S2 'Cash Prices ot the association re-lher stage futara, Blair, chor- gartteg the advisability ol forming us girl, permits Conbarry to late a each a pool. F I'wilh the all classes _. 'I tremely poor. Close. A few sheep .and lambs were dis posed of. Good quality lambs -111; 93 good lighl sheep ?S and common 5S.50. "The hog market was steady tt tor Chicago G--oin CHICAGO, July: of labor troubles on'Uhe'-United; Stales rail- roads if tomorrow's wage award did not prove liberal, had only a lempor- urlly bullish effect-today on corn and No'CW I'OU No. 8 C.W...117H oats. Wheat values were not affected, Eitra Xo, 1 feed .the chief factor as to_wneal en- Iarged b.v country-offerings. Wheat KB. 3 6.W.. .178 V- 1 C.W.. opened 1 to.-2 -with. De- cernber Sol and 252 and Marcli 2oo 1-2, LONDON MONEY LONDON, July silver 52d per ounce; bar 107s; money, 5 per cent.; discount rates, Ehort bills 6 per cent., three months' bllls'6 5-8 per cent. BAR SILVER NEW YOnK, July silver, domestic S9 S8 3-4. MONTREAi; STOCKS MONTREAL, July local niarfcet opaned with a weak undertone inancial iBtereat in her. Ou the way theatrical house parly the real desires ot this man about town come out, and she.run's away from him, tak- ng refuge at a country borne maintained by a novelUt, sculp- tor and a arauatic critic. The latter are older tae .former a young later of woioankiud. She receives" an Invitation to sUy two weeka ai and ot course, quite capttirfcif.the' hearts ol aU, al- the moat back- ward. ol Clon Proposed 'Rates Will Double Those in Effect in Stockmen to Fight CALGARY, July that the Dew- rates proposed .by the railways will double those of 1910 that.they Tflll: seriously .cripple the lirettock Induet'rr. and that if the) are granted the litMtoct'men will pa> dearly for the new llTeitock contract J. M. Reid, secretary of the Calgary" lirestock 'exchange, appeals to all stockmen .'to'titke action :to' fight the application the railw bsrrj' brings the yonos tp tie Robert Z. concerns {He life career of Nancy Lre, eldest daugh- ter ot the old family, whg rejects an' offer of tcMrlage from the mau she loves, and instead au impoiEfMe York bounder, for the advantagei that bis wealth can give her mother. The' picture hss none ot the dramatic suspenae or arliBtK' fiuesie wkich made it the successful play it was. With beautiful and versatile Korea Talmadge In the stellar role and a cast supporting her, "The Way ot a Womau" is one of the flneat pictures that has ever come meat ivtrtte according to reports frott towns where it has been ahown. "CHECKEB8'' AT COLONIAL TODAY is the attraction at the Colonial theatre today and Checkers" is the mod Tht ariaes from the. situation' cpnieiinent on. the pt- a' Tliaiious young lady In the George Kawcett and CohVay Tearle provide a great deal of the fun. Othen of the the'; excellent cait are Templar Reginald Mason' and Tom' C om' Added' atinictloe' Chaplin luitrhm upciicu application nuw uciuie me raiiWMji this morning and during the first halfj commission. declares that tbe BtockTnerrare powerful enough'to irevent tfie new rates seine granted f they will taSe'steps to make their Influence felt. :J hour some small losses were register- ed. The.dividend stock of Brbmpton made its appearance on the market at 74. Laurentlde .-and Spanish River were aclivp issues, but, both displayed slight' weaknesses." Brew- eries was strong and also Quebec Sleamship preferred.. Other issues yrero quiet. 1 Have Gainad Twelve Pounds TVnd Am Perfect- Since Taking Tan- Entirely Gone. 'v hsvo Gained twelve-1 pounds in weight-and am teelins perfectly well In every respect, and it Is-all duo to Msr. M.'Llilid, Slxtt; avenue, contly. :f tr over Indigestion so bad that, rilirtn't know what it was to enjoy a. single 'meal. .My. appetite got poor that the mostWellcloiis 'meal, no mat-' pletelv Many times at night I liy awaUo for 'three or four nours be- fore 1 could get to sleep and then tho least sound would waKo me up rml In'the mornings I wan BO tlrc'd ouVl hai-dly had strength enough-to set'out ot bed, and'I would have to'slt'arpiiuil awhllo before I was able tivgc't'-auo'ut .he house. -1 "So niany people here in Vancouver lind take'n-Taiilae and wore p.'w.sed with it that I mido upxniy siiiml to give It in all I simply wdn- dertul How. muchj'liave.improvcuVMy appetite was'ae'ver'bettL'r in roy life.- Wliy, I have to eat .a sinack litforo 1 go to bed'at iitght and-1-don't-have a touch ot 'indigestion any more. I never have to-take a laxative now, jreo: from .constipation. My carves are calm and'f sleeh soundly icd Suggestion Made By..tJ.-F. A. to Other Grain Growing Or- ganizalions Smith Bros, and Wilson Get it Perpetrates One da'the Auditor The' formation of a co-operative farmers' pool to deliver, the Canadian of 1920 to the markets, pt Europe' may be tho outcome of-the decision ot the government to'make .the .wholo board inoperative. rac, and even We KlUa'l.did eat sour- ed on aridrcausedJmertoT.ill night.lons. 1.have alKadj sained have such feeling twelve pounds'nnd-I a'm'stilt gainihe in weight-and strength right-along. I' 1 thought I wotjia choke'. I Svas trou bled with constipation aud had to take conslantly. Nearly eyery day .1 had fearful heacjache spells start in tbem'pper part of my neckband rise up.into my head, making 'me mis'orable from till night. I was sn nervous that the little noises 1 used to. pass by unnoticed would upset me foot lerfectly, every way and 1 tun convinced that Tanlac deserves ftvejy bit OL the pntise it.ia gotlMis all over the country." Tnnlac is nold .In- by .Tohn-D. in Cofil- by Diamond Drug Kttite, Mra.-N. Der- Albert: Saturday, 'whe n "they decided to re- 'Griain jCnwerSj Ltd.; A N D SPARKLING Here's a beverage trials all that a drink 'shouM be for health and.r'efreshment. It's snappy, of tasteful flavor, mildly stimulating, and delicious, ly thirst quenching. No other drink Is quite so satisfying and cooling on hot days. It's an excellent beverage to have In the house at all times to servfwlth the meal, to offer to your guests with evening lunches or by itself. OKtA-APPLO The New Drink Is brewed and prepared from the blended juices of choicest Okonagan apples; treated to give It spark, vim and zest, It bubbles forth dellclously sweet and pleasing to the palate, In the United States this same drink, varbuily called Apple Ju, Applestaff, Spitz Cldre, has outsold all ofrRr soft drinks ten times over. Try it today at your favorite order a case of It for home or office use, t We make a full line of soft drinks. All flavors, -MANUFACTURED BY hnu" tho! Soiskjitchewan ,'ddiperatiye to consider, the feasibility-of" forming such a pool In the event of the Dominion govern- ment adhering .to its decision. Tho directors will :'flrft make every1 effort to Have; the. board ..continued for an- other7ear'as jiow conslltuted. Tbe resolution passed by the direc- tors reads in full as follows: "Whereas the Canadian government has announced that the Canadian Wheat Doard will nbl he continued tor the marketing of "the 1920 crop; and "Whereas tills board of rtirectpra o! the U. K. "A., are of the opinion .thai ho wheat board should be continued or the marketing of Hie crop in irilcr that the farmer may receive the 'ull value for his product in the world's markets. "Therefore.be it resolved that thi Miard.ot directors use every influence .o have the wheat board as, at prese'n constituted continued for another year and falling that, 'Thrit.wo request the nireclors o the United Grain Growers, Ltd., ii conjunction vdth the directors of th Saskatchewan Co-operative- -Elevator Co.; Ltd., for the purpose of delivering our farmers' wheat direct to Iho Euro- pean markets." The two -big farmers' companies re- ferred in handle the greater .portion of the wheat crop ot Canadw. Saskatchewan In Dark REGINAy July. Robinson, executive director of the Saskatch- ewan Co-Operative' Elevator Com'iiany staled today that he has no official confirmation ot Ihe press reports that the directors of the II. F. A. contemn- late approaching the co-operatlye and United Grain Growers wllh-a-request that they assist Ii) forming a farmers' cooperative' pool to place the 1920 wheat crop on the markets of Europe. "I believe T am.pate In Raid, Vthat the leaders of tho farmers are p convinced lliiil as a permanent Contracts building tho now pumphouse and- for the> foundation etc., for the .neVr'high pressure pump at the powerhouse were awarded by the 'city council, at the Monday ses slo'n.: These .'amount in.each case to and The contracts were given ,to SmitbafBros. and Leave was'granted Fire Chief Hardy to attend !thc Fire .Chiefs' convention at Winds or, OnjU with the stipulation bat, in the.present state Of'the city' nances.no contribution be made fo: its expenses.as heretofore. Auditor According tp a communication .re- ceived from'J.VH. Fleetwbod, secre public school the boardjbad bee .dvisedi .not to, pay th sum of.iJSO-icharged by the city to the collection jwll tax, the cent cil rcHOlved wher.eas the sai sum had been paid by-the city to th auditor, under the contract arrang bo deducted from th annual .'remuneration auditor In to a communication from Vancouver, askin fur a rebate of taxes on the portlo ot N. neede for the extension, of the street, or ths the.sai'l property_be purchased by tl city for, for, an taxes owing be deducted therefroi the cpynctl authorized that Mrs. De ton be written stating that the ci finds it is impossible taxes anil, further, that tbe opening ot 17th SI. N. will only, be dons' lathis prop- erly bo given up