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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta S VTURDAY. 21. 192fi THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVEi MARKET REPORTS Irotu front Page.> WINNIPEG, July a much lighter demand for all grams, the local markets today were- featureless: The ura. hi demand was No. 3 C. W., which was quoted at, a short urennuui. -AH spreads on. lower grade oats, barley flai and rye were Iambs were quoted at JM to ___ Hog receipt? were 1.431. The mar- Mi und ket was strong and selected lots sold of -it> tor S1S.50. Toronto' Livestock TORONTO, July receipts Cattle market with blddlug lower. Beef ii duu IJB were uucnangeu. murKei witn Diuniug jower. ueei Julv oats closej -14 icnti lower steers f 14.50 lo butcher steers. f 1 9 V I ante linn n Chilian t I J 1r OS nnn.l Crt _ 13 lower j siecrs tis.ou sn OUober S cents donn and Decem .choice, to ?15.25; good, f] bcr i 4 cents lower cents to bulcher heifers, cb lower for- July, 4 1-4 cents tor }n oice, October and ,4.1-2 cents lower tor 'De- cumber. Klax 6 cents for July and j cents down for October. Quotations: Open. rip e 1I31J July. October December July October December Jnlv October SS ss 134 111 851. Calf receipts GOi.. Steady. to strong receipts, light. Quotations: Choice ?n to '118.50.' Sheep receipts 2.144; Steadv. Ewes }0 to J9; lambs, f iC.CO to ?17.fO. Hog receipts Prospects weak- er. -Fed and watered basis, selects very slowly wilhi Shamrock Btlll out I in the luad. j At the yachts had pass- eil Scotland lightship, the dark out- line of 'a new wind could be seen to the southeast, far down the Jersey coast. Staairock had increased her lead slightly but both yachts were moving very In order to gain a very- slight ad- YEntase Shamrock's crew sat along the leo rail In order that the big racer mi ins Hue. A Drifting Match At tho race was little more than a drilling match, Shamrock ?2t.OO. Chicago Grain isn .351 Cash Prices No 2 V% Itl 1-rtra So 1 fceJ..10G% No. 2.feed. Track BARLEY- NotfC.WW.HS Track No. IN. W. C. 2 C.W...341 Condemned Trad 2 I CHICAGO Jul> setbacks in the value of-wheat look place today joj .largely as a result of federal reserve J advices, -indicating, :that "black rust would not cause any. large impairment 34j of >leld in Ihe sp ing irop It was of early 'wheat iNo 3 Rejected No. 3 C.W. .285 .344 I t .210 New York Stocks sales C P R 119, U S steel 14 U. .S. steel preferred 107 1-1: Montreal' Livestock MONTIlDAp Juli Livestock receipts were. majority of the medium good' grades ot heifers, light steers and young cows were being weighed up at'from to cows were sold at'-a top of ?12 and ?14.tiO was refused for top steers. further material'breaks. Oats sNmpathized with the weak i ness ot torn: Initial quotations .were l-2c to" 3-4c down, and a decided fur- ther sag followed. i Pay All Back MONTREAL Jul-i 2t> back Yearlings lulls sold ilo-vil to Sheep receipts were 3430 good et closer to her best sail- F HUMES" Torpid Livrr, Sict of e amroc had -ghosted out ahout'.three minutes ahead of the Resolute; but in point of position It was doubtful It she was any closer to the outer mark. .At. 1.35 the yachts were nearly five miles off their course aad within threei miles of trip. beacb.. i At when the .cup contenders] finally gybed; shore observers cell in-1 that the green'sloop was leading thelilafender by: not more than 2001 yards although observers o'n the offlc lat press boat had the sloops 450 yards ariarE. D' mtj. TnuUe, RkiumtKm, ftin tte But, olkrr stim tfufiaitt-, "-Fruit-a-tiTM" fires prompt reliof sml assures a Jtwedy recovery when the treatment ii faithfully followed. (lie only made frtm AVuiV-contaiBiBf the medielot! principles of craifes, Bgi aad raluihlc tonics >nd antiseptics. it all dealen.or seat postpaid by Limited, OtUwm, O.U It seemed.as If Captain Burton ha n occmuu.rts n Durtoii a nin e-miie beat to the carried his boat "too far, In shore and! outerrnarlt.. Five mtrjutes later they n the northwest would start In five with tbe.detMdor. At the llesolute1. passed ;the Shamrock on tho way to the> mark, and ivas holding a better breeze. Pointing higher into the wind-the defender footed, just as fast as the Shamrock and at when about six cnma nr n.n hogs and 3i sheep Bidding on all At 2 o'c feood grades of butcher cattle this vnrds. morning was steady to strong ami fairly active, tradlns took place, The sheep and lamb-market was quiet with, unchanged quotations: Hogs remaineii.ateady at for selects. GRAIN STOCKS QKLA- APPLO Here's a beverage that's all that a drink should be for health and re- freshnient It's snappy, of. tasteful flavor, mild- ly stimulating, and deliciousty thirst quenching No other drink is .quits so sat'sfylng and cooling on hot days Its an excellent beverage 'o have in the house atjsir'tlrne's.'to serve xvith the rrteal lo offer to your guests with evening lunches or by itself IMNMltO Juli following ilMcment of slocks in slore In public terminal ftlevators. at Fort William and Port Arthur, 23. with re- ceipts and shipments during the week, was issued Saturday by the board of grain commissioners Stocks in barley. 3501411: flax -WCHi rye heat 3 141763 bushels 2-fo barlej 10' iSO flai SO to, ne JCSSj Shipments: 1.634 (03 oats '108 2'6189 SS.0.12: rye nil. Wheat, bushels; oats.- )4 410, barlej 11041 flai 063 ne nil LONDON MONEY July sliver 06 7Sd per ounce b-xr told lOSs 9cl Money-o 1-2 per cent. -Discount rales short bills, 0 lo 5 1-8 per cent.; three months bills I, jS to 6 11 it, per cent Gold premiums at-Lisbon 140. BAR SILVER NKW YORK, July silver domestic 30 1-2; foreign 95. i ff .j .j, ADRIANOPLE NOW IN HANDS lm jjuiut, wnen i ATHHSb Greece luh searching for a f ASiOCiateO oplo fell to the'- Greeks Satur- day to an ofTicial statcnierit issued last rilght. ff .J ;.j iJX' manner. _Theu. favored1, the her to cut ilown.some of the Resolute's i lead, which at 2 p.m. .was abouVJSO! pecjed will race'again to- Thei yachtsiwere virtually becalmed at >Th'e Resolute almost got in irons ,at-_ohe time i- tacking: The Shamrock cbjitlnuedlicr course sea- ward, making hardly any headway; More Good Wishes ABOARD: STEAJI YACHT VIC- J OFF; SANDY HOOK, July 25. .dock the wind, which had Wireless to Associated Press) been light from the norlh, hauled into Tasmania and the the .east making the course a reach with possibly, a beat. The Rcsolntc caught the alr.Brst and began to move well besides being to wind- ward. At 2110 the yacnia were three miles southeast of .the Highland and standing a little west ot south on the_port track, -witfi Hhe Resolute about 50 yards abend'and a hundred yards to windward. The Bloop.s had just steering, way. They were then just 10 miles leeward to theimark, Both'were under halloon- ers and ballooner stay .sails. the Shamrock hit: a'n air pocket and 'dropped back.' The; Resolute had the weather thfrc- and soon was 200 yards ahead. Proving a better drifter In airs, the United-States sloop at'2; 26 had. a clear lead of about 300 yards'. Samoaii'and Fiji Islands today added their good wishes to those Sir Th'om'a's Lipton, on the morn'lng of the Una) cup race of. all the Nvorld. An Addition, was also made to Sir Thomas' mascots. It was an, old nrint of the schooner yacht America, which originally won the cup-it the Isle Wight.ln 185i.' While hoping today's breeze would pick up, .Sir Thomas was optimistic. He received' reports that evervthmg was-ready'Aboard, the challenger and thill the personnel ot tho crew remain- ed unchanged.- FAIR C DeValera Talks of Making Peace Withjotterlaod Wants Article in Terms Making Provision For Her Later Independence WASHINGTON, Jul7 Cam- dim a reception given lut night by Ml efTorls to Ipcato the missing two j ear old daugh terpfFrcdMcHiy ofAuerlev Sask Ivho fllsaiipoarcd. on July, 12, "have so far met with no success. As a fina resort a clairvoyant-was brought trom Vancouver b'ul he has'faiferl as yet to the mystery surrounding tho child 3 disappearance.'-' LEVEL CROSSING SMA3H MONTREAL, July; per Injured, one probably fat ally, when an auto containing five persons, was struck by 4 freight train on tho St. James crossing at St Johns last night. ;.The-occupants of the machine were thrown out and landed sonic 25 feet away. The car Itsof was badly smashed. U brewed and prepared from the blended Julcss of choicest Okanarjan apples: treated to give it apark, vim' and zest, It bubbles forth delfcloualy sweet and.pleasing lo the palate.. In the' United Stales this same variously, called Apple Jii, Applectaif, SplU Cid- er, has outsold all other soft drinks ten times over. Try It today at your favorite order a .ease of It for home'or office'use.', We make a full line1 of soft drinks, All flavors. :MANUFACTURED-BY An Economical Cereal Food Delicious in Flavor Full of Nourishment rape -Nuts 3< concentrated goodness of the best parts of wheat and malted barley, baked-for twenty hours, and tightly sealed for home use at a moment's notice. cereal will satisfy :y6iif Xappetite, as well as please -EasHy .digestible, There's A Reason Made by Canadian Postum Ceteat Co., Ltd, Windsor, Ontario CHICAGO, July to cn.i- vict Roy Millen, a former iivlalor, with the mysterious Detroit trunk murder failed today when Patrolman Leo Trumhull.of the Detroit police de- parlment'was unable to identify Mil- len as the.missing "Eugene Leroy." Police Have Clue DETROIT JuU police believed today that the-mystery sur- rounding the shipping of the undo mutilated body of a woman in a IrunS from this C'ty ttr 3 orjc was near solution. Patrolman Leo TrumbjP of the lool police.force.positively identiacrt cloth- ing found in.the trunk as belonging to E who lived