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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUHSDAY. JULV 27, 1920 THE LBTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS July With a very poor demand 'for all grades, of cagh oats, there was very Utite: business lu the cash markets today. All.grades Were down to the deliver- able spreiids. Other coarse grains con- tinued dull. V Oats closed ceDt-lower lor July, 2Vj cents down.for October, aud 2% cents lower- for December; July bar- ley 5 cents .lower.- October U ceuls lower, uiid December 3 cents lower; fliut cents July, and 12 cents lower for_ October. Quotations i Oct........." Dec. BARW5Y-- QeU'.'r .Dec......... July Oct......... Open. Close, S5 139 310 755; 123 V IIS'" S3C 332. Feed Cash Prices C.-W...J07Vi No. I Feed.. 105% No. fruck No. 4 C.W... Its- Feed........12 No. 1 C.W...332 No. 3 C.W...377 Condemned.. 247 Track.....333 C.W. Livestock TORONTO, July 27. (Dominion Livestock receipts Market'slow with.-prices lodav same as yesterday's drop. Cows were steady with bulk selling at to Heavy beef steers. ji4.25 to }lf.2ij; butcher heifers, to C'alf- receipts 181. Market cuie.t. VARY IN -WINNIPEG. July (Canadian Report's received by the Can- adian National railway from their Ipcul offices covering the week efcded July 24 Indicate splendid, crop -pros'- jietts In most parts of Alberta. Ver- miliion has "prospects of record crops." Other northern points say conditions aro rock seemed to thrive on what the "ideal." crop fx- [yachts were. geltiug. A--..-.. Choice Jli'.OO to JIS.50. Sheep re- SOO. Lamb trade 50 cents stronger. .7 Hogs. Fed and water- ed basis, selected.- Livestock WINNIPEG, July Livestock, 030 cat- tle. 150 hogs ;and; 30. sheep. Bfdding- was slowvaud trading iuac- pected.1 Calgary and the southern- district also stud optimistic .reports. .-Many points say-the "wheat; Is heading oul rapidly and there seems to he plenty of moLslure In most sections, with OKLA- Here's a beverage that's all that a drigli. should be for health and re- freshment. It's snappy, of tasteful-flavoV, mild- ly and delictously thirst quenching. No other drink Is quUe so. arid cooling on hot days.' It's an excellent beverage to-have, in the-'holise at'-all times to serve with the meal, to your .guests with evening Eunches "or by.itself. weather favorable for.'rapid and development. Some points'in the Hauriu district report damage 'from dry weather which was not entirely 'Jockey for Start Resolute Carried mainsail, staysail and club'lJtsall. Shamrock carried >he same fells but did not break out her staysail until later. The warning signal was blown at sloops-began'Jo'ckeying for the start. Resolute came aboul again'on the starboard She was doing better work'than she 4d in the early part of the race. Race Againtt Time At the yachts were almost be- calmed miles from turning point. Now it is' a race against time. At with six miles to go to the outer mark and more than a three or four knot breeze blowing, it did not seem possible that tbe yachts could make, the turn'before at the Mrllext and with a run hojpe before the wind, it looked Ihoujch.the race-might b'e called off because of Inability finish before time limit expires at At yachts were almost be- At when the sloops were about miles froiri the outer .mark they went about oo the port lack with Reso- lute several hundred yards ahead o( Shamrock. At a p.m. Resolute had picked a betler breeze and was speeding foi the mark miles away. Shamrock was dropping behind. The wind increased to nearly five knots as the sloops iieared the mark Resolute drew constantly, though slowly, ahead. must say that we are here to learn, ot to attempt to tell Canadians how o conduct their affairs. "When the premier spoke ot the .igh purpose of the imperial press con- overcome by last week's raitis. Canadian reports Saskatchewan llad not been received this morning; but a government, re- with" their jib topsails up In btOpB. The up off shore I to about three''knots, but few specta- 'from tors believed'the yachts could finish the six-hour time limit. South port issued last night pointed to fair live with the market ftp cents lower. Bulk best butcher steers Jll to 513; choice stocker steers.aud bcifars prospnels in many districts. heavy steers 59; veal calveai.- Manitoba reports vary from slate- tops 512.00. .1 ments that the .crop" Is 'in very poor Bidding was steady on" the hog mar-! 5naPe" lo llic "best of __ _ Recent rains have brightened the some points say ket at 50 for selects. Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Joly margin additional moisture has brought back the crop to normal., .Not, all however, and, those eek necd a calif, fesuitlng from yesterday's smash ference. he reechoed the Sentiment that lies near the of all of us. It is unr desire to reiieiw and revlttiUze tbo work so splendidly begun! first (Continued From'Front Page.) in values led to continued liquidation" na" today by holders''-'of .graiffr- -Whnat .wh'c.l 'nlsECtl. W( prices were also bearlshly affeciea liv soakfnB, downpour badly. fresh comprehensive reports indicat- ing that'crop-damage In the pakptas and Minnesota would slight, not exceeding probably 10 per Opening quotations; which ranged from 4 1-2 to S.cents lower for'wheat, with 'December.--at 243 and March 243, were followed by rallies to an average [if. about "five, cents under ycsterd.ay'5 finish, N.'Y.'Funds NEW YORK, July ex- change steady. Demand 1-4; (Tables ?3.79. Cauadian dollars ?S7.75. Bar silver, .'domestic 99 1-2; foreign CANADA'S APPLE CROP JN 1919 WAS WORTH TWENTY-FOUR MILLIONS OTTAWA, July (Canadian barrels of ap: pies' valiidl at were pro- duced and Canada, during the year-1919, is state-d in a bulletin on last Reason's Canadian op- crop Issued today by the Domin- ion bureau of statistics and based up- 03 1-4. j on information' by "the fruit Onts sympathized .with tbe weak-1 branch of Ihe department of ajricnl-; ness of Corn. Tlie market opened 3-4 i oft including-September at 1-2 to 71, and then underwent ma- terial setbacks, CARGO GOODS TOLEDO, -July carloads of whiskey valued tat. was seized government authorities here, .cars, according to the agents were consigned lo Mon ireal DEATH BATHING BEACH ntre. NOVEE Scotia, Ontario .and British Columbia'are. Ike great apple-produc- ing provinces of, the Dominion. Nova Scotia produced barrels' val- ued at Ontario, barrels, worth and British Columbia boxes, cqujvalent barrels, valued at The Quebec', apple crop amounted to 70.500 barrel's valued while New Brunswick's forty thousand bar- rels were worth KEEP-ARCKBISHOR1.MANNIX ISLES EDGEMESE, Yr July 27 ff "neighmg 47o pounds was capturedrani! killed on the bathing beach here today bj George a lifeguard He rluubtd' it to death with an ID'S DDK Julj ambiguous j statement of Premier I loyd George "f I w the house of commons yesterday v tljat Archbishop Mannii. of Melbourne, lU d not bo allowed to land in "Eng- land because of bis recent utterances, was cleared up this afternoon when it was declared m quarters that Archbishop Mannix'would; not be al- lowed to.land in Isles. IN, WUS PEOPLE GERMANS STRIP POLISH MONITION SUPPLY TRAIN Is brewed and prepared from the. blended juices of choicest Okanagan apples; treated to give it spark, virrt anrJ-zest, it' bubbles forth sweet, and pleasing to the palate. In the United States this came drink, variously called Apple Ju.Applestaff, Spitz has outsold all ether soft drinks ten times over. Try (t'today at your favorite .order a case' of It for horfce Of office We make' a full lint of soft .drinks.. AM llifn or ivotiicn Dearly always nervous wrcckft; thus proving coiic.usiyely thai, Ihin- ness, weakness, debility and ueuras- Ihenia arc almost invariably due lo slarvation. Feed, your nerves and all IhesR symploms to nerve starvation will disappear.' specialists slate tliat ono or the. best ihings for the nerves is an organic phosphate known among Ditro-Phopaliftte, a five- grain tablet of which should be taken with each meal. Belnga genuine nerve IjuHder and not a stimulant rarnilng Bitro-Pliopshate can bo aafely (akea by the most delicate suf- fercr, antf tho following iu uso are often -sjinply astonishing, r ,By Elrengthening tbe nerves, weak, tifed reg'aiii energy and visor; (hinnes and angiilnrity give to plunipnrss and curves; sleep returns In IMC steoplcss; confidence and cheer- (inness reptr.ce debility and gloohi; dull eyes he come bright "and pale, sunken cheeks regain the! pink glow of health. use of Trhich IB inexpensive, also ivoiider fully promotes the asafmilation of food, so much so, that many people report marked gains of weight in a few weeks. Thp.'m.Jnking it ivho do no desire lei pul on fleahr should use extra care in' fat-producing food: CODLEN55, July Polish supply train of 1 CEirs hearing arms and anmuinitloi from France, with five Polish and one French" officer aboard which left tli area occupied by United States troop Saturday, was held up by German jlice and a crowd of civilians a arburg. GO miles east of Coblcnz unday afterubon. The Germans completely, strippe 10 cars of their war material an ic train crews refused to convo liem fartheK Draw on Your Customers. through'the Merchants Banlc. .With Branches in all parts of Canada, and corres- pondents Bank 13 In position to present Drafts promptly, have them collect payment, with least possible trouble and cost to you. The Manager will be glad tojtake up thfc jnatter with you. THCMCRCHANTSBANK Head Office: Montreal, OF LETH8RIDGE BRANCH, Brioche! AI CANADA. Established 1864, R. i. DINNING, Manage ERMANY WILL DISARM CIVIL POPULATIO BEHUN, July cabinet, ha a bill providing for disarm roent of tho civil population and ill bs introduced In the Reichstag a nee. The now army bill whlctf is t before the Reichstag Wqdnesda ontrilns a clause.declaring univers ompulsory niJIKary servlcft aboligh nd all provisions to Ihe contrary T cinded. Newapapera announce that .1] rench authorities have refused tra lllng permits to Georgo Ledebou O.ctaliat' niemhcr of the Rcichsta vho was engaged to address a Rocla st gathering In Paris on July 31st. AERIAL FRfelGHT IN-MANITOBA west whids usually blow stronger as afternbon'advances and this prob- ably was the reason for ordering start.- Alter a Bboi-tihilch Resolute came about on the port tack and Ihe two yachts and headed in lo- ward Eeahright. The wind'came in variable streaks Ed first..one and then the other cht would- point belter. Capt. dams, however, besan 16 pinch Iteso- te a little bit and she gradually >rked out-.to, weather of the chal- nger which" however at slill eld a f-' five Knot Breeze Although the: breeze had Increased .five knots, the sloops had cubic'.breaking in shore, the flukey Ind beading one and then Ihe other, lising-them iff fill to leeward. A1-. :ady observers- began to express nibt if the yachts coulil finish he- re' the six-hour time limit expired On her. long .port tack In "shore, lainVbck was able to catch a sfreak fair and footed fast. Resolute, how- lo1 work better to wiml- ard had cut down uch of Vcr'rlval'E learl. Shahirock line about on the starboard lack at 03. When 'shl" came about. Shamrock as mile of tho beach. As the yachls'approached .each tlier saw that-Sham- ock would befable to cross her .bows, herd .went about, on ta.ck at The achts were'-jrerV close together, with bamrock ieading- and lo windward, ut llie Jbetween them could [j'measured ifi jraVds.' On the" starboard; tack seaward, hamrock foqtcd_faster than Resoliile nd improved position, though be than.200 .'ilulieS'.of wind were ilayiug an'imspbrtaht part in the cou- Shamrock At when both yachts were con- inuing on their long leK.to'starboard, "ih'amrock had. her weather losltloh. Whether she was'getting bet- er slants of! air or: was being hau- led better than in previous races, conld no.l be stated certainly ihowed a surprising reversal of form n going to At had videned her position and was several hundred j-ards ahead-of the defender. The of Sydney was not enough, there has tome to us here a veritable flood of messages from all-parts of the. Uo- mlQion, and the warmth of the greet- ing oft'anada's prime minuter has rounded out a welcome that.has far exceeded our 'anticipation, for which 'we- have been quite unpre- pared. this welcome-In kind, we KEEP IT SWEET Keep your stomach sweet today and wild off the indi- gestion of tomorrow-try As: pleasant and as safe to take as'candy. MADE IOOTT 1. BOWNC EXPORT TRADE _ Manufacturers contemplating the exteh- sion of trade in foreign countries areoffered the assistance which this Bank's world-wide business connection makes possible. The experience and facilities of a depart- ment of the Bank devoted wholly to foreign business are at your command. MA THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND. LETHBRIDGE Reikie, Manager. Stops Ifair Coming Oat; Doubles Us Beauty, WINNII'KO, July For the first imn In Manltote ncrial transporta- ion was used In li.inillo a shipment of 'reighl. A 5Q'pnunil yiickogo of fo- tacco was taken to Dauphin this morning by Captain Mel Dover, b( a ocai aoriai compaiiy. Fruin Duuphin ;he nmchlnc will continue Ha fifght to SasVatchowan (o attend tho f.ilrs In Kamgack nnd wmd: was just strong enougb to keep the yachts' soils filled. Shamrock had worked still closer )Ut tq-weatlicr and was leading Reso- lute, hundre'd-yards, when at yachls had covered about six "and a of the first 15- mile windward 30-rnlle course. Uoth yachts were standing oilt to sea on the starboard tack with tjie outer mark about 8 i-S miles away. Resolute Gets.Wind .At Resolute" ran'Into a favor- ing slanl of air and rapidly cul down Shamrock's lead. Resolute; by rapid fooling, fore- reached ShamrocK sftiri then came about on tbe port tack'at The. defender, however, could Quito clear Shamroek's-bow and was forced tq'come about on tho starboard tack as Shamrock had the right o! way, being close hauled on the star- board lack. Only.-a few yards separ- ated the racers at Slow. Headway The yachls were not carrying as much wind as they formerly did and were making slow hea'dway against the flood litle as they raced to finish the contest before the expiration, of the time limit. RGS.oln.lG al began to slip out ahead of the Shamrock and thu .lead froitt although it was a slight.ouc. At Resolute lacked to port and crossed Shamrock's how, Having crossed Shamrock's bow, A few etntl tuya After an application of you can not find a fallen hair or any daudruff, besides every hair shows new lite, vigor' brightness, more col or and off onltkeGreat Lakes PACIHC RAILWAY ;'j. GORDON, TICKET AGENT CANADIAN BANK of COMMERCE have now exceptionally goocl-'facilities for the transfer of money'to all points in Italy and can make transfer' to the smallest .village Avitliout delay. The Lethbridge Branch have specialized in this particular are in a posation to quote very low rates. The Manager mil to ;discuss the matter at any time.' K. W. REIKIE: MANAGER (Continued from Front well as Resolute for the first time in their fight for tbe America's cup. She {ncrcaacrl her gain as she moved in- land awl it seemed ns If she was gel- ling n- belter wind aloft than the. American boat, Sho was about -50 yards to windward of the defender, Shamrock .crossed ResolLite's how at The challenger footed very fast In the light ntr.aml, contrary to hla former- Uctics, her aliipper rt'ept her on the, edge oTlho wiiul. The air was shore, but When Folks Quit Coffee because of cost to health or purse, they naturally drink INSTANT POSTUM "There's a Reason 6% Cut Bner okind Tobac k O 'A ;