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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 23, LBTHBK1DUK REPORTS 'July 23 close this morning. In the case of pi-atilcully no 'change In the caah grain Jlie pulp group. Spanish preferred ft-fcieh-has prevailed' for the. few' duys. All spreads were ire- Diorled uuchsuged from (lie previous the exception ol No. '3 barter, wiiicb. was -2 'cents off. Oals demand, bui business was ume. :'fhero was ng In barley, -flai or. rye, July oats" cJosed 2 cents lower, Oc- eariey. wiiicn in fair d let lighl volun Klolnk in bar! jumped, a half-donea poinls, later, however, gagging a point -yes-, terday's close where it remained, sieady. Uroniutou gamed a. half- joint overnight :util was strong dur- tue flriil halt-hour.' Breweries and- Atlantic Sugar maintained their strength during the early trading. Other issues were steady. 2 cenU lower for December; flaz 7 lower ;fpr add lorer for October. OCL .Dec t 161 1ST I Oct. 'Dec: FLAX .Jul> i Oct. 362 H 362 cents Close 113 lot 136 125 S60, 359 VS. VANCOUVER, July 23.4-Morrla Plant lost the big. shipment Of nearly Sfteea biindred cases of liquor, valued it R'recent raid on ils home, fined SItgistrate South ruled In police court 1 No _' C IKitra Xo. 1 JNo. 1 Keed. Track 'iJvo 3 C W '177 I No 1 N C j No i G 3a6 Condemned 2 Cash Prices r'cc'd 27114 No. 3-C.W. No. 2 Feed. No.'4 C.W. Track No i 0 W Tricli 110 HJ .210 Calgary Llvettock Jiily.-.aa.-rOno'r hundred 1 and twenty semi uittte and 2o3 hogs ecii E If luteU' the in arket at t h e stock- yardsi Good beef held: at ves I terday's figure 8, but medium "was. In- clined'tb' he lower. Steers, "pounds made 411.40'; cows, J8.00 calTOB, J13.00. Seteot hogs, JlS.'5-to off cars j N. Y. FUNDS NEW TOHK, Jul> ex ctiange Tvcak Demand 7S, cables, }37S 18 Canadian dollars 17.38. -MONTREAL STOCKS .July' exchange opened--at consider- ably higher levels- than lost nights Quarter Million DoDar Fire Hits HatBridgeWorks MEDICINE HAT, July Saskatchewan Bridge' and 'Iron Company's building and plant were entirely destroyed by fire during the night The "company held extensive contracts with the Alberta and Saskatchewan govern- ments. represent- ed in Invesiment-of PAR NEW YOKK. July silver, domestic 99 1-2; foreign 99 l-l. LOST HIS BOOZE ON. J. D. REID PAYS PRINCE RUPERT A'VISIT PRINCE July J; D.nejdi'minister of railways, here today promised to lake up the matter of constructing a new roundhouse and terminals for. the Canadian. National railways here. Mr. Reid and U.- B Hanna, pregident; of MaMonal have left for Vancouver Hues, DUNSMUIR LEFT HIS MANY MILLIONS TO HIS WIFE July All the pro- perty and millions of. the: late Hon James Dunsmuir'have been left intact to his wife by his will which was filed In tlie supreme court today. In his will, however, the late lieu tenant-governor i expresses the hope that at her death divide all the property equallyTamong their nine children In dislributlng this pro NO ONE-MAN CARS FOR REGINA i KKGINA. July citiEeus Thursday .rejecled the byiuw to change the street car syatrai to Ihe plan. The majority ajfAiust the bylaw was 107. Only two of Ihe eight' city polls. Kara majorities for Ibe new syslero. A llgbt rote was recorded.. Four money fcy- .laws were passed. 11 J. A. MacGregor Appointed As Officials Named BULLETINS BURNING CONSTANTINOPLE, July which' over Adrian- oplo today reported that the city burning. U. S. WINS O.LYMPIC TRAP COMPETITION ANTWERP, July Unit- ed States team won (he SnjLpf the Olympic team tnpshootlng competition here todiy. The Un- ited State; team broke 547 out of a pouibje'fOO clay targets. The ether scores were; 503; Sweden, 500; Great Britain, 498; and 474. v V Mannix and Hykfl Talk IreUnd u4 Australia perty.t IIon.jTtfr. "onsidera'ion b rDunsmuir asks that gUen to the Cana dian Northern-? 1-2' percent dominion government guaranteed debentures, which: he may. have 'distributed to .some of bis children lie -died This refers' to the of Can- adian national', debentures .derived from the Bale of Ihe Dunsmulr coal mines lo.lhe Canadian Collieries. No estimate', of the Value of estate Is made in the .will. RUSSELL WILL GET. NO CLEMENCY'NOWj EVEN IF IT-IS REQUESTED OTTAWA, Jul> formal ap plication i for clemency, It is stated has no t. been: m ade in the' case of R: B RnsEell, chiet of ttie strike lead ere, who .appealed with- .out success to the imperial.privy coun- cil against Ills sentenc" of two >ears; Imprisonment; .While no nouncement is not consid- ered likely that there Will be an ex ercise or clemency in the immediate future ALASKA FLISHT July 32 course of the flight nas chinged to day Jusl before leaving Grand ilaplds, by from the war department The planes' were ordered to leaye Win ona after a, two or three hours' flay Instead of remaining as planned and fly to Minneapolis this afternoon. EDMONTON.- ;Joly Edmonton, Dim-' ...-an and British Columbia Kailway, whlcb has'been'taken..over by vli'e Canadian 1'aclHc -.Railway under a has-passed irili> Ihe hands of J. A., JlacG'regor, who for %ear tad the poct of dnisional siiper'ntenuent of Ihe C P H here The change took place officially. at midnight thorough reorganization of the s'aff was the first step Mr. McGregor made. The following appointments are an- nounced wilh the men-now In the field: Col. J. O. Reid; chief engineer and superintendent in charge of mainten- ance and operation'. IntOr whose hands all 'accounting -wprk has beeu placed. Stnuley Lamb, resident engineer, and bridge'.and building master. Four roadmasters have been ap- poinlcd and have already left lo If tip the work of pulling tjie road in shape. They are E. Ediriaiisou. Ed- monton lo Smith; 'J. C, McLean, binlth to Mel ennan J..Dam McLen uan lo Pesce River and McLennan to Smokcy: Fred ICInnert, Spirit River and Grande Prairie. Other; minor .appointments, such as instrument men, have been made in aacmimi lo this and the new organi zillion is putting their' best efforts into making a railroad proposition of the.'road. Manager :MacGregor is emphatic in his statement that no.effort..time or money will be spared in putting-tbo line into the neil. two or Ihree months, so that the'big crop that Is expected this year from the north 'jiouiilrj- can be handled with dispatch The new manager is a-inah of long experience and- 1 his stiff first of all wilh view to efficiency; and the belief that is'generally expressed rail- road and business circles it1 will not lie loug before the; its due in transportation racilltie; which haic been so lacking during the past trcb.years. J C nidd-ll for several years nun iger of (he Vegrcttlle Alta, branch u the Ginadnn Bank of Commerce has- been transferred to the branch Brandon. WEEK END SPECIALS AT McKELVIE McGUIRE'S Extra Special Any pair Dress Shoes in stock including A. up to Saturday only 'Any pair Dress Shoes in stock up to Satur- 25 PER .CENT. OFF PANAMA AND STRAWS THET McKelvie Largest Distributors of Men's Wear in Southern Alberta TOMORROW SANDY HOOK, July De- spite the announcement from a Staten leland Shipyard that the two.sloops .would be drydocked there tomorrow 11 the Rctolutc won todiy, the regatta committee at the of .today's race a race for tombrrow. I! Report of Conciliation Board Signed Py Will Men1 Accept? July, Canadian definitely slated .at the: department of-labor today'that the report of the'board of conciliation that inquired into the demands of the C. 1'. R. telegraphers Is now in the ItandS'Of the .niinister of labor. There vas a, prospect: yesterday that (he labors of the board would prove fruit- less because of even a ma- jority of its .members-to reach an This morning, however, word was.received that F. H, Phippen of the com- pany, "would, with some-reservations sign the report presented by Judge and now be necessary for the committee repre- sehtlng-the men whether or not the Sndings'wlll be accepted. It inpT, of 'coiiree, be submitted lo a %ote of tne memoers lip lo the-1 present time has not" been placed' in the hands of the men but it will be forwarded to loda> and Its terms made publi within a day or two by the depart ment. Collides With "Maude at Hairpin Turn And is. Casualty to Tl't .Urmia) July -Percy. Com who wilh his is-" niaklni Ihe coast to coast ton'r over Canadiai loads as fnr aS possible, arrived her last'-nlght anil reports the .-road through the Pass as being escellenl but In going around the.Hair Pin tun four miles .to.wn today abou riopn, had the misfortune to colid Alaudc i lord tar th Kooteiiny Telciiliona Co. .'The cars were ivi.lhia feet o each other before either driver disco1 hred. the -aproachlng car and a heai on collision was tho result.. The axle ntid frnnie of Mr. Gomery car. were badly lent and ms car in h garage 'undergoing repairs. Maude ,a Ford ninsbput. -haalbeen vunnln aloul'.thiR district for the 'past elgh years and is a familiar sight auto.tsts. Her lop windshield were bol badly damaged and had-to. be di but Fhe Is now Nfaudeliii about Michel somewhere, busy lookln for line troubles In that part of th district. Mr. and Oomery arc bolh e long Irlp and report th today's mishap is tho first happenln which might be called .an1 acciden that they have experienced during Ih whole trip. They expect to, gel aw, early tomorrow. WIFE MURDER CHARGE VANCOUVBJl. July .charge wflh murdering his wife, lo whos muHlaled body he .led Iho'pollc AVllllam George .Tiolilns. was reman r.i in tho police court I day. 1 "Thcro la nothing In the report tha am llkrfls' to necohie a .member o the was Ihe .emphatic 'd of T. M. Twecdle, M.P. MEQRO CONFESSES TO SEVEN MURDERS SANTA ANA, Calif., July 23. Gibson, Ihe negro sen- tcnced lo hang (or tho murder of lioy Trapp, of Ful- .near here, has confessed (o seven murders and almost Innumerable rob- berles, Recording lo t statement made public here 'today 'ay Sheriff G. B. Jackson of Orango county, inimedlalely Vfler hia return from.taking Olbson lo San Qucnlln penllentfhry. NEW YORK, July. Maiiaix of Australia, was ex- oded tha freedom of city and cially welcomed by Mayor HyUu at ho cjty hall hers, today. "America delights to hoaor those have forth courageouBly la efe'nce of and said Mayor Hylan. "Thlsi city, o. typical'of America In Its support of the Ideals of liberty and Indepen- dence for all -struggling and oppressed peoples, reccgiiltes in your grace a spirit kindred with its "America uiay Mt need replied Dr. Mannli, In lhauking >.be mayor, "but Australia may aeed Am- erica. assure you in. the. name ol the Australian people-that the com- pliment .paid me -Kill be valued iu. I Ausiralia." B.C. is to have s schoo! for the blind. Polling for Rtpert'.jund. Manitoba, will take place in Ing to government offlclala. It win impossible to hold' .the bye-electiiMi for The Pas the lait'of Septem- ber or the of October. A party of lumberman from Edmonton left 'there over the Canadian PaciOc railway for South Africa, where they will be engaged on JimHer work for the Consorllum of railways of France. If Virginia Cigarettes are y our v favorites, you will find everything you could ask for in the ideal 10 for ISc. In order to make Saturday a Banner Day we have gathered together a few specials that we know will please; have reduced these specials in men's L'ftT ONE Glo.thing, Special for Saturday. We still have big choice of Men's Suits that sell regularly for to Our spe-'-" cial price for Satt IN ORDER TO CLEAR OUT OUR LARGE RANGE OF MEN'S OXFORDS We have reduced this line to' the lost word of reduction. They sell regularly for and Saturday Special Price LOT two In Ibis range of. Men's we offering, some of our best that retail regularly for lo J60.00. Satur- day Special Price-- These suits could not be bought wholesale for this' prlco lodsy. SPECIAL WINDOW DISPLAY OF BARGAINS FOR SAT-DAY Over 200 Pairs of, Men's High Grade Shoes In colors black and tan. which sell regular for Saturday Special STRAWS! Iii order to clear out our en tire range ol straws have reduced them far below cost. These hnta sell regularly (or to Saturday Special That sell regular- ly for Saturday Special Price ONE LINE OI? MEN'S TIES ?1.2B Bnd Saturday 7C-. Ttegulnr Special LIGHTWEIGHT FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS Regular Saturday i o TT FINE COTTON PYJAMAS Regular f3.CC. Special Saturday WORK GLOVES Of pigskin and horsehlde. IlcKular (1.76. Salurrtay Special WE STILL HAVE A NICE RANGE OF PANAMAS Saturday S Ssftirday Sale Saturday' Sale "m FRED THAELL ill ;