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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JULY 20, 1914 THE LETHBK1DGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREi! MARKETS MONO AY'S GRAIN MARKETS lul) 20 liibpectlon-i, on Saturdaj at the local wrds tars as agamit ilfl last soar and in sight arc 300 cars Wheat- Upon Close July 89i Oct S3! 83} 821 821 Ot Got Dec 1 45i C PRICES tttoat- iso 1 Nor .No. 2 Nor No 1 Nor Iso 4 Oats- a c w 3 C 3 4 i NT w. c. No 2 C W No 3 C. MINNEAPOLIS 'Julj Sept Dec I 46! SI! 8G 36} i ie 1 1 30 CHICAGO Sert Dec 85} 801- SIS '9 785 8H Si; 81 71 82 TO.MA11RY ANDiTO SURVEY IN-THE NORTH The. Nascopie and her passengers. The larger picture-shows .the captain and -some of the passengers of the steamer Nascopie, -Which, sailed from Montreal on its long trip to Hudson's Bay and tlhe Arctic Circle. Those in the gioup are Captain lames Meickle of the Nascopie, Al 183 M: Anderson, who sails to -manager of a Far North trading -post; Mr. Jay Eat- on. G. F. W. Jennings, R. C. Hidley, Miss Reid W II Welsh D nell and Captain Cox-'of the Steamei Othello. The smaller picture shows the Nasconio leaving' Windmill Point on her trip ncrtli. WINNIPEG MARKET LETTER Rice Whalei Limited ot St Bonl face'. Jfau.y send following mar- ket letter: Tre- receipts for .the past "week are is Union stockyards, Cat- tle, 1771: hogs, 12571 210. With moderate receipts of cat tie. the our last Issue has ery slow and the price 50 to 71 cents per hundred lower than last Very le.w good cattle on sale and it IB hari over 7 cents for the best steers, although a few prime, liandy Height steers sold up to 7k been, expecting this for Bome'itime, .and wa .haven't seen: the (bottom -i-et on the 'half-fat: slippery catUe The bulk of the best cons at 80 io 75 mtli a leiy ten choice up to 6 cenU Stockers and feeders are very hard to seii, tno i er> test at IS 60 to 65 We sold Jour of good feeders on Tueada} ftt f6 "o Southern markets are all lower, the test stackers and fooders selling ft St Paul at around ij cents No change m milkers and -Bpriaseri. We quote as follows, fed and water- fed 7.25: best but- cher steers and 'heifers, 6.60 to 7.00; fair to-good butcher steers and- heif- ers, 6.00 to common butcher and heifers. B.26 to 6.75; choice cows, cows, 5.60. to 6.00; medium cows and heifers, 4.75 to a.25; common 'cows, 4.00 4.50; canners, 3.00 to (4.00; best oxen, 4.75 to 5.25; -medium to ,4.75; common oxen, 3.50 to 4.00; -best bulls, 5.00 to 5.25 ;med- ium and common bulls, 4.00 to 4.50; beat' 'feedins; steers, SOOlbs., 6.50 to fj.75; good feeding steers, 5.25 to 5.50; -best stbckers, .5.50 to 5.75; light stockers .goodduality, 5.50 to 5.65 milkers and springers, 60.00 to fair to good milkers and spring- es, 45-.00 t6.30.00. The hog trade again this week was good and the past couple of days we in getting a .15 cent ad- vance, the best "hot's selling at to 5.75; rough sows, Best spring iambs, 7.50.to 8.00. Best sheep, 5.60 to 6.00. Best-veals, S.OO to-8.50. SUPREME EFFORT WILL TO OVERCOME THEIR OPPOSITION i OUR BROOMHALL CABLE July at the opening of the. whe_at market was a result of easier .American cables on Saturday, and confined liberal move- ment of American new 'wheat. Fol- lowing the opening there was covering by shorts and prices advanced Hd., undertone steady. Continued un- favorable reports from Russia and Ar- gentina and bullish adviccs'from Italy, lighter world's shipments, especially to United Kingdom ports; with con- tinued heavy absorption to the contin- ent, and firmness in corn, helped tho advance. Firmer Manitoba offers and B belief in dearer American offers-is causing speculative support. At. 1.30 the market was steady, lower. Tho weather on'the Pacific coast is javorable for harvest. World's This week, last week, 000; last year, B C, Tuly 20 Ihc cruiser Himhon will at ten tonight ind will U in Van tomoirow to lake ptoard her new crew mil prucrod n 'th tlie of the Konuga'a Maru A nijhl marked 115 ceaiclcss watui ing -on the part oi the immigration officials in their patrol tugs and launches passed fairlj pcacefulh m the- MumU of the Komagata Maru ing repulsed: the police early N Sunday mornlnEC the Hindus spent tho first da} week in erecting foitifica tions on. board the ship, carrying lip chunks of coal for immediate use as missiles arid "gericrally making ready for another attack. It is now pioposed m to ensuie that the next step "against the Hindus may- he certain of success to bring the government cruisp.r 'Rainbow from Victoria and with regular troops and other, men of; the permanent assisted by' the lo- cal police, k..provide such an over- whelming force thai the Hindus will be overpowered. Part of a new' crew; for the Rain- bow, consisting of-British tars sent from Davenport, England, and a con- tingent from the due to ar- rive here tonight, and it is possible that they will lie met by the. Rain- how In Vancouver, The general plan appears to go alongside with the cruiser, which will afford an :efficient fighting base, and'.to pour into the Hindu ship'so many, men so quickly -that resistance cannot last for more than a few minutes. The .authorities think that the trained men oi the regular troops under Col. Roy, at LIVERPOOL. CATTLE MARKET London, July, Dcvanay Co., cattle report that with the stoppage of all shipments of llve- etock from Ireland in consequence ot the outbreak of foot and-mouth dls' case there, the number of cattle for at Woodalde laii-airo today, was very small an dftuotations show an advance to 14 to 15 cents per pound, sinking. RANDON FAIR OPENS Brandon, Man., Ju'iy Bran- don Summer fair opened today-, with ovory prospect of-being tho'best over hold, witfc the possible exception of tic Dominion fair last summer. Esquimau, assisted by the newly ar- rived tars, will be able to cope, quick- Iv and eflicieutly with the situation. C. N. R. FILES A Ottawa, Ont., July trust ln tlle sectc tarv of stale's'office hereby the Can- SAYS IT'S UIKEUY TO BE BUILT NEXT YfeAR OPPOSITE FIFTH. STREET Work on Hie station quarters for the new divisional offices commenced this morning, and a bevy, of carpen- ters arc busy shaping up accommo- dations for the superintendent and hib staff, WiH arrive on the first of It is being hinted around the adian Northern railway" company to year, and the rumor carries a the lrus.1 The hot weather that the building mortgage is date I ebrqan "1 1911 I site tobe and is gn en to sccme debenture stock a rhls has no TONIGHT STARLAND MR. JACK FLEMING Lyric Tenor Delightful Surprise is in 3tore for all who visit Starland Tonight. chance to see and hear the best. KEYSTONE COMEDIES CONCERT ORCHESTRA OTHER FEATURES VICTIM OF AUTO WRECK AND HtR SlSTtH EMPRESS TONIGHT EVERYBODY KNOWS KATHLYN She appears in her 9th Adventure, "THE SPELLBOUND Tonight THE FEATURE OF THE WEEK "THE BATTLES OF THE WEAK" Wednesday and Photo Play "DAUGHTERS OF MEN" in 5 Parts of I maae miu ho'has thrilled liouBands W'ith his remarkable rioh yric tenor voice, is repeating liis umerous "It is rarely that we have the pleas- ire of hearing a .voice of such clear weetness and volume, aud-the public ST not losing any opportunity to hear im." Mr. Jack Fleming, one of the big. gest American favorites that ever ap- lenred in: London at tho Ade'iphia -heatre, is the possessor of a strong, mrc and rich lyric tenor voice." Mr. Jack .Fleming is. undoubtedly a. finished artist, and well deserves he hearty praise theatre pat-, roll's and press accord It is understood that ap peals will be forthcoming if convic ticnB arc obtniiicd. SWIM TtUlTllt TONIGHT THE IERRY INSTREL AIDS A CLASSY SHOW OF PRETTY GIRLS fn'the Most Novel Entertain- ment .of the. Day. anef 75c. C.N.R. SPECIAL. JUMPS TRACKS: ONE INJURED Brandon. Jlau., July per- sons were seriously injured, several sustained minor injuries and .seven cars were derailed when a special Canadian Northern train of five pas scnger coaches and sir baggage cars carrying; concessions from the exhibition to the Brandon fair, left the: rails near Pratt station, on Sun- day afternoon. Impson Roy, chef for M. G. Thompson Toronto was thrown backwards over bis and injured internally, possibly seriously. Three hundred passengers were on the train. The Brandon fair's dfening will not as no stock Via cavried. HERE'S SOME BARN 'Empress, Alta., July A monster dance was held, at the opening of the.ne'w barn on the IV. T. Smith' north- I- west of Prussia' The new barn is said to bi' -the largest in America, and 'is 128x400 feet in size, and will accommodate dancing couples at one time. Arabian hone with Selli-Floto Circus July ;