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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 SATURDAY, JULY 24; 1920 THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY HERALD' PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS Canada Land Co. Head Ilinks That Government Should Take Over Big WINNIPEG, ;July were able weather conditions which pre-( weals nervous today .on conflict- .vailed in tbe northwest today gave j lower' pric-ps. World conditions, are showing :aa Improvement and the outlook for bet- i ter. yields seems to be Im- proving. July oats closed >5 higher; -Oclo- lower; and December 1% low- er; July barley closed J touts higher, i-October bsrloy 1 cent lower, and Be- comber closed 9 cents October SJ4 lower. In the casli'.market there affair amount of. offerings In' all but i for data had fallen off. Quotations OATS- Oet. Dec which continued to come from the northwest had little effect. Opening ids reports about the crop. Generally vaa bMrish aiid .the sharp decline that yesterday's close was not recovered. but Ihe. pricej on the contrary had ranged from 1 lo 2 1-2 cents tendency to seelc lower levels. lower with December 151 and March .A 2GO. Oats followed combine support be- ing rather light with little ouisldc buying. The market opened We to 3-4c lower-wilb, September 76 to 76 1-1. N.'y. Stocks NEVil YORK. sales: C. P. It. "m U. S. Steel 91 1-8; V. S. Steel preferred, 107 1-2 I Jiil> Oct Open. 155 146 i JuVj 30s 1 Oct Cash Prices OATS- NO 1 113'i No 3 CV bxtra J Feed No 1 Jeed IDS No. 2 Feed. Track Close. 158 i 12 54 Sol .110' 1 03 4 C.W.. toed .I43 137 r.o 2CW I No- 1 MV C No 2 347 Condemned 26t> Rejected Trad No 3 C .215 351H '90 :351 Winnipeg Livestock I WINNIPEG July (Dominion 1 I KeatocK BranchJ -Receipts today v-ert 330 cattle I'o hogs and 2-> aheep. Trading on- Ue citllo market this 1 morning was eitrehiely quiet} quotations on all'classes and grades holdhi? K'MIUI btotlors and feeders selling under A. light inquir> and it is likeH-that hulk of offerings mil bo cairieil over for Mondays market niirlfu bidding fo-- tne hainliul offered and i selects ami watered 'changed hands at all heaviest anil lights soli' mosth 01) Funds I change Uenianil uollar i Bsr Silver I Juh Wer, domestic DJ foreign 11 S Loncton Money LONUON Tul >4 liar silver M 12d per ounce bar gold IDSs 3d 1-2. per cent.; discount .rates bills 5 to IS nc.r cent three Hills (i (ti f, Ji if per rent Chicago Gra n CHICAGO Jill} f-uoi the wheat market a _f D-V I? B i f> i Hiack rusi reports Weed ReclaiBttioa ut Canada is Being lV.n PL _ I Wool Market More Active TOItONTO, July Canadian Cooperative Growers. Limited, reporls as follBws: 'During the last two. weeks 'the movement In Canadian wool been somewhat more active. Canadian mills have been in the market for quantities ot Canadian Sales IT'SO preteraoh the government for the week oh-record amounting to about; pounds. Quotations for the week ending July 24 Canadian western finest staple Charles Hobhoiue on Way to Alberta to Inspect Big Project That there is a growing demand for a definite and greatly extended reclamation policy for. the Dominion of Canada has been apparent ibr some time, consequent on the demand'for the extension of Irrigation to large areas In both Alberta and Saskatchewan, ''and how cornea Sir Charles Hothouse, managing director of the Canada Land and Irrigation Co., which has brought the water just thlt iprlng to its big 200000 Irrigation project at Vauxhall; northeast of Lethb'ridae, with the.sugges- tion that the government should take the administration of project which Is now In process of settlement S'r Charles Is In Montreal on his way to Albe'rta to look over the project He Was lit Alberta last Auguit but at that time the water had not reached the S-Ulement Is now In progress however, and'SIr Charles feels that the head office of the company Is too far away to undertake this important work, and the admintrtratlon of the project properly Hence the suggestion of government control Want Canadian Control .siren adequate means and skilful en- rumor that the CPU wjs consider Ing lakiiig over the Canada land and Irrigation project' at Brooks and the 1 ethbridge irrigation districts It is evident, however, .thai the head ofh clals of tho Canada Land Co are anxious that soine Canadian enter- should lake up the project now, The diBpalch seltmt forth Sir Charles' follows En route lo western 'Canada, where to 59 Fine Aotbiog 4S to 52 is concerned 111 n edium staple up to 60 Fine med British capital a distinguished Sum cloth up to.75. Medium ctaple 45! visitor at the the 48 Medium cloth 37 to 42 Lov, person of S r Charles Hobhousp uho for many jcirs occupied a prominent medluia cloth 32 to 35 22 leuiuiu UJULII on ii> oo iui luanj- JLHTS opcupicu a prominent Ixm staple ?5 to 30 Coarse 20 to Place In public Hie in Lngland he having, been a members, of the house Quotation, for -eastern: .Medium of commons for. about 25'years.'and staple 60 to .55: _ Low nicdium staple baling occupied such positions as par 4' to 45 staple 30 to 34 Loarse lianienlarj seTetan lor India finan cisl secreUrv of the treason and postmaster-general in the Asqullh arid Secretary-Treasurer N. T. MacLeod CampbeH-Baimerman 'adininlstralipns of the Southern Growers Sis-Charles is chVirnian of the Can- Association .when'.shown the above ada Land and Irrigation-- repre dispatch stated thai it bears out tele' s'etiling'i grotfti capitalists graphic information ot sales this week nnder whose auspices a big irrigation of some of the association wool at fig venture has recentlv bten brought to ures ranging from 40 to So cents de- successful fiuition Tins project ulnch pending oc quality .UUIUH uu quamy. me irrigation of about The snipping of this jears clip is 200000 acres ot land in the nearlng a close o2 cars been of Medicine lint Alberta has been m forwarded to date This represents course of execution for the past considerably over pounds., ..Wool growers feel much pleased that the wool market has reached i stage where sales'are being made once more, making it niucb easier to fin- ance on .their shipments. CAiDA STEAMSHIPS f-! CONFESSES i Tell me Iher ion m MI On Ihc 'ast pijiit of thp imml meetings a nnn ild he had como 19 tl i ,isctlng nn 1 ed anlJa'SieiTiulut want'! a coofessxfn 1 s-ilj jou shodid and pellfajis yon qlinnt 1 i nol There- are -.oihp things which I should and others Which should not be confibscfl If >ou have wronged i fiyhody you ougjit to make it right I did not coar if out of him at all but he said0 1 been an anful winner Mr Sharpe, and I want you to pray for me1 I did not know the young man s I name or anything about htm He said I feel niv own mothers blood lies on 2ne 1 asXed olm in what yell ho said I guess I struck fatal blow anil killed my mother.' was about all -he said to" mo 'that, night. I -had an interview 'with him several days after.' He said he felt that he vronld'llke to come right out and confess and gire'lilraself up. 1'then came to Toronto a week ago last Tuestoy and had an Inter- the atlorriey-generat with- out. giving any, names." report is also circulated here that If. H. Dewart, K, 0., has-heun request- look-after Love's' Interests fol- lowing represenlaUoiu by nov. J..MC- .Arten, pas'foriof tba Priceville Meth- otlist church. .Friends icf.-Lpye say that he la some- what underdeveloped mentally and I had never been in n bb? city and bad -I never ridden in, a street car or on nn Confession Doubted e piiWIshca the follow- a meet iug this afternoon'of have flot. keen heard froni jet Thev are the CoIlinkwooJ Shipbuilding Com pany, tho llnlitax Shipyards. Company and the Davles Company; They, are expected to enter the project in EI fen- days. iig lo mike LLOYD GEORGE TWITS HARD-SHELL LIBERALS LONDON', July Canadian Associated members of the government, Sir Hamar Green- wood, -Di. MacNamara, floor] Control- ler McCnrdy and Sir were entertained nl the National Lib- eral'Club last ntght In celebrate the retention of their seats-at 'by-elec- tions. The: gathering attracted un- usual ntlention by reason ot tho hos- tility of the Liberals, who dominate the club'B'committee toward the fath- ering', which, thoy only permit, of cer- tain policies of Mi6 club. George aU but wrote: "In the face of bit- ter, and baseless reproaches It is sig- nificant that, these ministers should bring watento land, he was greatly .impressed' with the dif- ncullies oradmlniElerlng great areas upon which ''.thousands of seiUera must be established with all the con- current problems such a; the arrange- ment of installment etc., until the settlers had obtained satis- faeiorj footing In the dis tributlcn of the collection ot v-Ue' rent i.nd eien the supply.'of aler under'license from tHe Domin- ion government Hecpgnizing these difncultles he tnought ihey would be enormously simplified If the whole scheme could be taken over by the government' authorities In Canada who would be In louch with imme- diate and local problems. He sug- gested that the board of directors in London while the} might: have every ivish to meet the local requirements, necessarily be Ignorant upon amipomts requimuj decision. During hlg atjy In the city..'Sir Charles was waited upon' by" Capt. Man J Edaards senior trade com- missioner for Canada and New Found- land In regard to trade matters. contemplated the irrigation.of about or eight years and lias involved an lienuiture.df .about thirteen million It has meant the construe tioii of a. canal from the-Bow river a short distance belov Calgari ap proximately ore hundred miles in length, into the' company' Looking for Settlers Tn speikniK of tho enterprise Sir Charles stated that they were now actuall> irngat ng i section of this- tract of land itnl a considerable acreage had been sold at p ice rang ins, JB high as an acre ami w'th the nresent harvest prospects In Albe U It v as hoped an nn petus would be gnen to aealemont in the irrigation belt r It is for the purpone of mnlmg a personal Inspection of the companj s iniestmeut and perhaps of evohing policies in connection wi'h the estate that Sir Charles Is Msiting this countrj It his intention to leave for Medicine Hat last with the expectation of being on the ground tor.some weefcs at'leaat. Urges Government Control In the course of conversation tou-li ing npoi mailers hiving lo do with the business uhieh Inil brought him Camrta -5ir Oliirles commented upon .the-difficulties ot properly ail ministering suoh in 'enlerprise from a ilistaucv! the (IHndianlago of bay iug direction of it centred across the ocean being ohvio cognized that it wns nol aiHicult BABE'S 34TH NEW Jply Ruth