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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FOURTEEN THE LETHBRDGE DAILY HERALD located Now in Sherlock Block Seed Distribution Plan Outlined Jack Weir returnee to the fold Mi to continue the hay-hopped rre need campaign ol the provinctol government.. He returned In time (o help Peter Tomkina moTs.'offlt ofjthe board of over to Hootn 307. She'rlocV Block. The above win therefore he usadlod at the Btock of- fice in the future tbe tefepbone number will W.-7 Mr. Weir had been In Edtnonkm lor. a few days and it is erpected ,lbsl _Mr. A. W. Mnrphy will be .'down -from Calgary this week-end when tha star? of thjs office will then ha complete and'the busineM of distributing rye xed will get under way. .It must be remembered that only lar.mers blown ioal or. ealan .oiit''ij. cutworms' arc entifl'etV to fhii relief ted all the seed Ihey can get is twea- t.tfive bushels. There Is a limit (o amount of relief given per quar- ter-section and this covers all kinds of.seed grain relief. Taking.this into consideration, it IB advisable. G...R. recent rains, he s'ald. have doae much .'.di Mr. Price U not fond of discussing business while oil his holiday; aud did uot have much to fcay 'about affairs' of the C. PL ft. but 'did express tie opin- ion that'the C. P. R..v.-tll not have any difiicnity handling this yew's crop from tbo General Manager A. C. Price of C.'-.Pl R. Eastern L'noiiicially ol.ifcg who 'has acbottnced his of afid who augsests a round table w rth> provincls! cab- inet ministers to ardve at a solution a! ,UsB..flnaace pf tbflieUi- ____ _ __ ul9 Bood prcpoafticin Vltboilt' tie'aid of the If Bach possible. Mr. .Ma'roocii tu xeiistaaee trco the bfnks ask- log for.WUer.frdm provincial got- ernrce'Et.' CHlck'EI'JS .OWNER DRAWS FINE ,James Bantf. oa a complaint made kf-- I1 'at' tiiV'ciiy iilpwinS'bb. ch'Iciens to run- at large; The defendant brought a 'chielen into court in his pocket, to. show hoV difficult It was tpicecp 10 small a creature from get- ting tbrouth the wtfe enclosing it and others of Mr.-Anhnr: ;eseral: roautier lines, formerly intend eat at Calgarvy of'the C.P.K.. spent a few hours in.-iithhrldge .-njiiR and left for 7t 'raotor' trif to Cslfiftry. Mr...Price-has- 135 'a holiday and ago he left Calgary oil a motor trip to Affeclins, Produc-, ere Since Taking Harvest The wool situation-has not chansed the point, ot affecijnB ihe poaitloti of producers sla'ce.'tlie taking of the wool, hcrvest. Is al. present no market for wool, or at least'shell market as shows must be regarded us a wiliingneas ou the part of spec- ulators receive wiipl considerably below Jthelr' lowest guess on the market" iiheu' mannfacturers come in to buy. .The.reason for the demoralization of tbo: market In the first place was due. to the prospect of a held stocks of clothing In tbe United States am likewise in' Canadian retail aud wholesale hoaseB.-, No doubt this flation was as prices bad reaches a peak with the'result that the buy ing ot the public was very d is tiactly.checked and both retailers and wholesalers probably fell that a panic was coming to tbe'ni.'.Merchants have beeu ad banks'to liml their buying to the'closest ible. Delay In Manufacture It does hot that the panic will arrive there will bar, to be.drastic readlustnicnts m. mos which are the ones (bat fend themselves most easily to high; price-filing.. Manufacturers are not buying' wools as a good many of th'em have .on hand high .priced wools or. which they think they may stand to' have- and they are not going'to'manufacture more goods un til .they find out irhn't' the demand and prices are likely to be. Buying by limited, to mater- ial for'the ailing" of .small Immediate orders. As evtoajicejhat ing is not yet in any condliiop pE con- fidence. U rioted, that many mills in'MassachnEetts and some i in UampsSlre, I "particularly those of lha taerican' Woolen company, have closed down) entirely, and. .this, p{ cour e has the I natural effect of lessening the capac- ity ol the. eastern dealeis to take on wool.'. Financing the Clip A interesfiag shifting of wool interests Appears to be m sighL I -There ,is an. important, movement on In Chicago to finance. western wools. Recently a company of Chicago men -interested in the sheep eastern bankers, tnami- iiactourers and dealers to devise a plan 'or financing the clip. The result .of the'conference agreemeul which he can drftw on his bank to sach extent as may "be'a greed' iiptm by the grower and the bank. Advan ces varj' between twenty, and twenty five.cents jounfl. The federal bank act authorizes the' .bank to-, accept, drafts provided mature within months, but no -sttsspt has been made to fix B.-prlce on wool. This would be difficult -tecaiise of the conditions of the British market The British government hasilarge supplies of .wool aud at recent :sales only about six per cent of Offerings taken. There Is at present a move- ment In the old country-to dispose of (inantities of .wool to central European markets. 'This will be' one step In the establishing of a' prjco. Members of ths trade .arc- tprecast- Ing a more settled condition by about the middle of September. The Canadian co-operative wool growers' association likely' to. have iarg'er 'consignments ;'this year than ever.- Large qna'nUilec of western wool arc reaching, the Bracing tion at Weston. eastern woojs have already beon received graded and there has btoo sonve selHng of Ihoso wools to Canadian manufacturei'a. ASSAULT CHARGE DISMISSED At the city jmlic.e court on'Fi'lilay. thr: charge of prefer- red against Nir-k GillU-luik. an aged Austrian, on the complaint of Kredj Nachuk. another of tiatfon ality, was H. was slatpii by the roniplfiinant that the accused had j lifted an with which he Intended strike him. In tlio evidence if. was shown that Nadiuk had n knife in his FRANKIE BERRIE FREE, BUT ANOTHER FINED The cbargo 'sigaiust Frankii? TJerrle for Ixeeping n disorderly house was withdrawn at the city police on Fri- day, In that it was shown Ihnt she was not the keeper of Ihc same- as the house was conducted by Vera McDon- ald. The latter pleaded guilty..and was fined Sla arid Dorothy Moore, charged as an inmate, was fined ?20 and costs. The Government lawyers In fir.ind Trunk arbitration will be Pierce Bnller, a famous ,Railway cotiDflel of SI, I'aul; N. Tillej', K.O., of Toronto; Hector 'Mctnncs, K.O.. Hallfan, nnd H. A. of 'Montreal, neprcnentlttg the Cfand Trunk vrll! be Kngene UKIcur, ,K.O, Montreal: Hon, f. II. Phlppen.'-'K.C.. Toronto; Ai.W.; K.C., and W. Illggar, of "Montreal. Harold IJell.Wright, author of eroita ITas been fliT'en a divorce on the ground of "mental Money Attains Its Greatest i" 'i 1 ize In Late July At Least With This Store in the Finish- ing Up of Our July Clearance Sale Money has had its shrinking spelh of late years, it has been buying less and less until it has often been quite discouraging, But it has grown bigger recently, when buying merchandise in this store. Hundreds of have'been quite delighted.Vo how much their money would buy here- Nov: when we are finishing up our July Clearance your money will buy more than ,it has for years. T It's a good time to spend, wherf youi mon- ey is at its topmost value'. WOMEN'S FANCY VOILE AND GINGHAM DRESSES ALL CLOTH SUITS 1-3 ALL FANCY SILK DRESSES 1-4 Off ALLSK1RTS 1-4'Oif A good variety of styles yet to select from. All Voile Dresses. O I7C Now selling at.......tD rtl1 'All Fancy or.PJain- Voile Dresses at Al! S20 Oft .Fancy or Plain Voile Dresses at All or Plain Voile Dresses at...... 'All Ging- "I QA ham Dresses selling a't JL All 50 Imported Gihg- OP v. ham Dresseaeelling at All Imported Gingham Dresses selling at All Imported Gingham Dresses selling at L. ALLCLOTHCOATS l-30ff GIRLS' MIDDIES urn GIRLS'GINGHAM All our .regular Dresses of-fast color ginghams and chdmbrays in sizes 8 to M years. A good variety of patterns'and styles to select irom noft when jour nomev is worth O CC" 00 for WOMEN'S FANCY 'SMOCKS WOMEIfS WjOOL SWEATERS 1-4M V ._ I BOYS' AND GIRLS' HATS 1-3 Off 25c iltegiitar JS.pO shirts in striped hSbutal. perfect fitting, fine 'finish, light ami OTbL: _ casnmcro ,Mstt crestn Bight while jour-money .3 worth C AC-J.' to value. We OC- most. This JS.OO shirt for 5 ,ip CURTAIN SCRIMS 39c Plain anil fancy rbordcr Window Kcri jrhitc, cream and ecru. 36 Inches wide. Neat patterns. 50c vnlues tor, per ynril 3fei fOYSOTQN JERSEYS 1 Xary, brown. lo 10 anil'biiltoncd at sboulrlcr. All Our Silks, Satins and Wool Dress Materials Are Now Offered at a Substantial Discount The Ltd ;