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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 21, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FAOK PHOTOPLAYS MARKETS July fair, de- mand for cash oils continued today, with offerings' light and spreads uu- ..The .demand was .riot so good for cash barley, and the premium fell away 4 to 5. cents. Flax was also in fair July oats 3. centa lower, Oc- tober unchanged and December 14o lower; ,barley IVic lower for July; October llici'down and December un- changed; lower for July and down for October. Quotations' Open..' Close. ot stocks In (tore In public .ermlnal elevators at Fort William and Port' Arthur on July receipts and shipments during the week wu issued by the board of grain commis- sioners on Saturday: Stocks In bushels; oats, 51J.7M; barley; R35.153; flax, bushels; oats, 25S.J77; flax SW; 294. S31 bushels; oats, rye, Bl.MJi oats, barley, tu. nil; rye, nlL 102 YEAR OLD GIVES ADVICE Oct. Dec.... BAKLBY- July Oct. Dec. S-0% I3S 115 85H' 150 137-4 130' July 366 Oct. 376U .Cash Prices Xo. 2 No. 3 Extra NO'. 1 Feed..........-... .112 No. 1 No. 3 107% No. Nu.'l Rejected and Keed Track :V No. 3 Track ..366 'No. (2 .215 Livestock WINNIPEG, July l.i'OO cattle, 925 hogs, and 17.0 sheep. With larger of- market was more-brisK and quotationi-on good'quality still holding firm. Medium grades were a triftV easfer.'l'ChoIco butcher' slecrs, jo J12.50; inilchefs, choice to er steers.1 and heifers, JG.OO to veal; calves .weak, tops Tho hog market held firm Loridpn Money July '21: Bar silver, bar gold, 107s Od. Monoy, discount rates, short hills, C per cent.; thre'6'month's' bills 65s per'cent. Livestock" C'ALOAB.y; July buiidra'd and-sixty-two cattle, 63 hogs Jand-iae w.ere'on sale at the stockyards today. -Trailing .was light, but 'prices held with yesterday's market; Cno'ice steers, JW-30 .Best cows, J9.00 to calves, J12.00 to good. -Thelhpgs, sold at off "cars., "Montreal :Stocks MO.NTREALy.-Juiy stock opened only moderate- ly strong-this i'morntng ..and trading was not actiVe.'- was and Bromr.tori. bpth'pf 'Which weakened in the developed further strength after op- ening Nevi York XKW YORK, July sales: 120 S.'Steel, 51 1-8; U-: S. Steel preferred, 107 Grain July breaks In the price Of'wheat took' place to- day chiefly .owing to a big increase In the of wheat In Kan- sas. The Kansas gain wag regarded as moro than offsetting losses by black rust in the northwest states. Besides Canada ro'pprted rains over the drought districts. -Opening prices, which "varied, from 3 to 0 1-2 cents lower Bceoiiiucr- 252 to" 254 and followed; by a set- .hack to and then by a subsfantjal rally Eli around." Oats in' sympathy with other 'grains.. .The market opened un- changtid lo'3-8cMowcr with SeptembC'r 76 1-8.'to J6 1-4, reacted a, liltlo and then dea'eondedflowcr than at flrtt. SILVER JUMPS Mrs. Anna .Cadmus Tereagce, 341 Orient Way, has-lust celebrated her 102nd birthday. To who accordiiic to -weUsfltUliUshed journal- istic custom for such occasions, naked her for her long'Ills, she gave these rules of living for, the modern "Work hard and'live a 'safe anl sane' life. "Early to bed and earij- to rise. "Cosmetics, aren't' n'e'ces'sary. your bloom of yputb from-the sun and Winds. "Don't gossip. If you'don't know anything good about a person, don't say anything at WILL THEY COMB iACK? NEW YORK. July Jen- kins, manager-: Bennett ft Co., still awaiting the return of three ge'ntlsmea who visited the firm's lOeTlathush Avenue, Brooklyn. SuddflnTy .diBplayfhe- revol- vers, they ransacked the'esUblisbraent took money and valuables from a sales- man, :ii customer, and a; letter carrier, and made off infan1! a'Utombblle, leav- ing a sign on the front ;vdndpiv which read, "Back. SnVte'n.': minutes." The police are Inclined tordpubt' that they really Intended- to" retornj MUST RESTRICT. ?T6 OF COAL' 'FROM ESTATES NEW YORK; Jtiiy 2i.-r-The coal abort ago in N'ew; England and .other sections ot.tbc cast.can be relieved only by' governiaeht reslrJctlpn of trator for told the spe- cial on; rjeconstnjn- t ion': an ucf at the opening qf'-tbVHearing hero todBV.T.: FINE BjlEACrl' -.op q. g'elp'; fined .costs yes- terday; and in'add.itlpn was sentenced iahri fbrithree' months for breaches of tite -jTemperaiice Ac t, this being the st Iffcit p enalty Itn- any Ontario Temperance Afit violator -D'Angelo ha ii'ly Jumped 2 per cpist.'hatf penny, today under fair sized buying "orders from India, on a market somewhat bare ot supplies. Tlio closing tone was strong. GRAIN STOCKS WINNIPEG, July following iy long time, bat of an under- ground passage between hie house nnd another house and 'by, 'Using other residences In his- vicinity" ail store house a, he had eluded .detection. NOOSE.SOT.HIM >T: LAST 21-Hls death once cofamatecTto life imprlsoo ment by an acting to have the governor return, Ssiw a statement that ..the records of his at Mce did not shovi commutation and Ontario Border Towns Mecca of Thirsiy From Land of 18th Amendment FRATERNAL LODGES 1NSTAL OFFICERS AT Our Own BM1HMOKB, July officers of the flay ot Hope Kebekah Lodge. l.O.O.tVtho Crow'8 Nest Kncamp- rhepl S, and Blairmore Lodge iS 6. I.Q.O.K. .for the term commencing July-Itl, werfl Installed on Thursday evening. The 'installing officer for the r.obekabs ''was Mrs. A. Morency, p.D.U.rV the Encampment Officers were jnsialled by J. B. llarmer, D.D. O.P., UK) the Subordinate Lodge by Wl J.iHartlett, JLXD.G.M.- An enjoyable sobla'l'yrac belli alter tho Installation ceremonies'. NEW YORK, July dlu route" ori to the. United Stales is attrwttingiconslderable attention Mn Ike Niirw York newspapers of late, Outi correspondent tells World; what he thinks ot ,condltlpn Joa- order him from the" itate farm back to ihe death CharlesMfJ.'E. OS years old, WM hinged here today for the. murder Lore'Bagwell In iflin 1919. OIKE'BREAKS w MATSQill AND JIATSQUI; B.'C., July the Kraser 't 't river, already serious, was add- cd to this .forenopn when a forty-foot sectlpji was broken from tho upper end pf'JIatsdul dike. rta'fed'.1 that- ten 4 ft thousand acre's -'may he sub- merged.. Effoitsy-are, being