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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1-niDAY, JULY 30, 1920 THE LEfHSRiDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS WINNIPEG, July lib future marV.ets were showiuK much weakness nail reacting to new low ,evcls, the cash tlemacd "on the lueal market continued extremely poor lor all grains today. July oats closed 1C 1-2 ceuta lower; October 1 1-4 tents lower and Decem- ber 1 cent lower; barley 7 cents Ipwer !or July; 5 cents down for October and. 2 1-2 ceuts lower for December; flax 10 cents higher for July and 7 1-3 higher for October.. Quotations: Open. Close. July 30914 October December July October December Juh October S3 133 123' 33 8U4 75% HSS 112 No. 2 C.TV... 02 Extra No. 1. feed No.- l.teed. S8 Track No. 3-C.W...137H Rejected ami feed Track FLAX- NO, i- N.W.C. No 2 C 315 Condemned Track' 2 C.W 348 335 Cash Prices 349 344 Mo. 3 C.W... No. 2 feed.. No. 4 100 .No. 3 C.W.. .289 ...'....ISO' Calgary Livestock CALGARY, July Receipts at the yards this morning were 242 cattle, 22 cows; 1S3" hogs' and 253 sheep.': ness -in butcher cattle was 'slack Ing the morning with pricey same as Thursday's close. The san'ie was true othbgsj which sold up Vp.JlO for selects off cars. There is a consider- able movement in stocker cattle'ow- ing to. tho flap .pasturage situation. The tendency'-of the market-is tor continued good .business though, a rush, of cattle might-'cause a slight slump In prices.- 1 Winnipeg Livestock July cattle; 235 hogs and 195 snyep. The market wag dull this morning and liltlc good stufE 'changed hands, the bulk of hutcher steers being disposed of at Bulk good quality to Veal at: majority ranging Ip Light mutton -sheen disposediol-at JS. Hogs held, steady, at for sel- ects. Bar Silver YORK. July domestic' 93 1-2; 'Montreal Stocks .MONTJIBAU itock- eicharige. priened fairly strong this morning and wiring the first halt hour It "was" moderately-active. Breiy- erles, Sugar and-Erompton were the chief .stocks .on the .active list this iridrnlnf. Breweries rose to 69 but later Ceased- fraoUpnally: i Sugarv eased slightly after a good .start; Brpnipton was steady at a point' advance over last night's close. I Among the Bother issues displaying a I firmer1.tone'were Spanish niver, Do- enble bearish Influence. Ou the trade not large, epeuicg quotallpus which ranged from 1 1-4 1-4 lower ivith December 223 1-3 to 233 and March t'30 to 2J1. wore followed by moderate rallies from opening bottom figures. alB followed corn, which was weak. The market opened 1-8 to 14 to 1-2 off, September 69 1-2 to 59 .5S and later recovered. New York Stock. NKW YORK. July Bales: C. R., -120; U. S. Bteel. SS i-S; IK S. Steel preferred, 108. (Continued from Front er at the earliest possible date and devise sorrie plan as to-financing whereby adequate Irrigation shall be provided where necessary and feasible." Want Irrigation Act Amended The. convention was also asfced to take a stand on another question af- fecting all irrigation projects In the south, particularly those being form- ed. This one deals with the definition of owner and .reads as follows: "He- solved that tho Western Canada Irri- gation Association request the gov- ernment of the province of Alberta to bring a proposal ;before legisla- ture at 'its tbe. in- terpretation of the 'owner'.by eliminat- ing clause 'k'. of the Interpretation-In. the Irrigation Act; of 1920 and substi- tuting.therefor clause.E'ot the inter- pretation of of 1915 as amend- ed in 1919." Meteorological Data 'Other resolutions presented to the convention follow: "Resolved that this convention of the Western Canada Irrigation -Assoc: iatlon request the Dominion meteor- ological service to' establish more meteorological stations In .the prairie provinces with a" view to securing more detailed, information regarding climatic conditions .In local areas' in order that farmers may better adapt the'r system of farming to the cou- ditlons that exist." Utilization of Water Supply it Is the opinion of tbe conference that It is of great Import- ance that the moisturfc of the south- west: part of Saskatchewan and south Alberta be conserved to as great an extent as possible, be It resolved that this conference express its apprecia- tion of tbe step's that have been taljen by the department, of the interior through its Irrigation branch la study- ing .the water supply In-Saskatchewan and Alberta with-a view, ef- ficient utilization by artificial irriga- tion, anil be: It. resolved thai .the department, pt.- the: be re- Viucsted to prosecute these studies as rapidly as possible, with a view to de- termining more accurately, the area and location., of irrigable lanil In tho, provinces and the probable cost of tht construction of the The Calgary riortrHE24t Project country, north ot Red Deer river in the province of Alberla as far as the Battle, river and east to -minion Steel and Abltlbl. ihe Saskatchewan has suf Chicago Grain I'ered from lack ot: moisture and hot CHICAGO, July with drv. wln'ls tor the past sea southwestern connections were sell- I era" of wheat today and the market [dropped rapidly, there' being no aup- I pert. Fresh setbacks in foreign. ei- 4.chaiige rates appeared to'hivp" con- -EVERY USER A TESTIMONIAL There are. people from every walk jjf lite who have suffered "from Ooitro, V.tried Go-Solvo; and who today" grate- fully record their complete recovery. In (act, all who have used this prop- lirnttpD 'gratitude for" the thlii wonderful merllciiio. The Goitre, being fed through tho >lood, the only w-jy of atlackinr, it is (through the-blood and this Is-tsact- Mr the mearia Ou-Bolvo adopts. It is. a blood purifier and when a pa- ftleiit ix taking it'even the complexion !improTee. In Ooltorous persons, the blood con- a nubstance encouraging the of the ThyfoU '.Gland. The principle Uhe remoral. ;of this from (the blood and hence the disappearance bMhe dlsflgunug disease itself. Consult yo'iir druggist today about a booklet about It, preaenting goitre :facts, guarantee, thia hut be sure and'.rpmember "Itoller saieithan sorry." sold In, Lethlirldge by II. Co., son's Jo. .such an extent that a grea many of the farmers'.wlll be practic ally down assistance Is not rendered by the government. It resolved that this Irrigation convention held in the-'city of. Lethbrldge pass a strong resolu tlon urging both the 'provincial anc federal governments of the n'ecessit: of continuing the survey from Biif falo Lake on the north to Red Deer river on the south, In accordance with. the contour maps and .specifications and report dated Vebmary, 1919, sub milted by William Pearce, and pnb Itshqtl by tho hepartmcnt of the'In-l te.rior, Ottawa, and also enlarged up-' oh" by Mr. "Pearie at' the thirteenth anViual convention at Medicine Hat, in August, said project having met with .their hearty-'approval and now considered byj.thciin the only salvation for that Thanks to Governments 'TVheroas It haSr-boen necessary to call upon government to clo a ftreat'deal of-Irrigation snr- vey work iii connection with projects in the. southern portion of Alberta and Saskatchewan; ''Whereas the necessary preliminary surveys have "been car- rfe'd out, the government of the provinces .o[ Alberta and Saskatch1 owan have.evinced a deep Interest in Irrigation wkhin the provinces, having passed 'much 1 eglfilatlon; ".Therefore be it resolved that thlfl association' In -convention assembled tender the federal government o: Can- ada ant! tbe pre-lucla.l governments o( Alberta and Saskatchewan, the thanks of this convention tor the tion given by them to aU matters per- taining to irrigation and the-further- ance oMhe same in the provinces ot Alberta and Seed Growing in Alberta Through uress of business O. H. Culler, of Ihe University of Alberta was uuable to aueod the convention ut his paper was read by Prof. Fryer. 'he paper dealt with seed' growing In Altejla aud opened by- slating thai he western provinces offer splendid ipportuuitles lo the seed 'growers. The cllmale is conducive to pro- ducing seed c' great vitality aud has been. freely_ givenJut nag never to guarantee any bonds. However, the spiaker believes that the men In Begina will kindly consider such a pre- sent time farmers in Saskatchewan have all legal machinery, for the for- mation of irrigation The :the pro- tection of. forests headwaters of the Btrcams 'of the. west He thought it was a great mistake to allow these places to be denuded of. trees .-Trees hold tlie moisture and do not allow II lo run away in floods, and this "would assure a better supply- iof water to many diatricls during >he hot surame mouths. .Permanency Needed Mr. Wylie of Maple Creek, M L A. wants to see the provincial-and fed- eral governments do something before long to assure permanency for'the farmers in the wesl. up tp gov- erament experls lo start'an education, .al campaign so that farmers, if nee essary, may change'their Dssls ot Tanning. -The credentials committee" reporieo that accredited delegates have ree- stered with S3 visiting represent- Brig.-Gen. Lucas Escaped Rebels British General Gets Away from Sinn Fein and Is In Tipperary LONDON, July C. Hi'T. Lucas, tommander of the Fermoy military area, who was kidnippcd late In June by the Stnn jFeiners, hac escaped. He reached Tipperary military _bar- rackt toBay, it It announced In Irish advices received here. Gen- eril Lucas picked up by a military lorry Oola. between Limerick and Tipperary. The lorry ambushed by Sinn Felners and ,a desperate struggle ensued In which two soldiers were killed and three .others wounded. On the "arrival of a second lorry the raiders decamped, and General Lucas was taken to Tip- perary. Economic Blockade Best Weapon Nations League Can Have, Says Batfour SAN SEBASTIAN, Spain, Jnly {By Associated must have an economic declared Arthur J. Balfeur, British representa- tive on.the .TyeagTie' coun- cil, In a talk with, newspaper corres- pondents tin the.program ot Ihe coun- cil -which opened Its eighth meeting lero .today. He considered the meet- np an'lmpDrtant one, because, among other things, 'the blockade question was; comprised In [is agenda, It blockade was applied o a.nation 'which, defied the league, Mr. BaUonr could not believe that nation .would be-able, to resist for loaf. "No nations-would destroy. Itself in these "civilized times by-Inviting such he added.' "It is not like- ly it will often be used; since It Is not probable the' league will otten be defied." BENU CHICAGO COMMUNISTS TO ASYLUM, SAXS COUNCIL CHICAGO, July trial of Wm. B. Lloyd, and .19 other members of the ommunlsl parly, charged with violation of the-stale sedition laws, was expected to go to the jury today after Frank 'Comerford, atlorney for the prosecution, had concluded his ar- guments. Clarence S. Darrow, counsel for the defense, in his closing argument yes- terday, said: "These people are deluded of mine and should be sent to an asylum; rather than to a. penitentiary." Lloyd George Adheres to Posi- tion That Advance Is Im- Necessary E In the Severn electrical etdra.aist night, the home of D. Burns, Grassy Lake, was struck by UgStnint about ten o'clock and de- stroyed. The family had a narrow escape and practically all their -1x> longings were lost. Verr. little rim accompanied the storm, but the lightn- ing and thunder were incessant KAd lasted for several hours. lives. LONDON', July Canadian government will stand firm regarding the increase.of fares on the railways. .Premier Uovd George admitted in the house of com- mons last night that the' increase bore heavily on he added, when wages and material" went up at such a prodigious rale either the rates must Increase or the burden fall upon the taxpayers. Charles Higham mov- ed tho adjournmentr of the house, which, however, was .rejected-by to 61, the feeling ot the majoriijr seem-, Ingly being that postponement of an increase, even until the holiday season would only mean a still greal- er burden next year. The members were also probably impressed by has been obvious foV some days that the sincere'public, disapproval of the Increases degenerated '.into some- think like a mere stunt-Ujr newspaper's hostile to the government. Barcelona Start a Reign of Terror MADRID, July callzed workers ot Barcelona, hare been nEering a reign of tenor dur- f Ing the put 10 days at tie ot the syndicalists, who within that per- iod hare assassinated or attempted to assassinate ZO persona. Outrages occur at any 4ay or night. In the open streets, eyen1 Iir most crowded centres of traJDo, 'and outbursts ot shooting happen. ;Theri the body- of some man is seen lying on the grourd, but the assassins have generally- disappeared without molest- ation.. The Tictlms without exception refractory workmen who have-refused" to-continue to pay dues to the syndi- calists and therenpoir are coridemned1 to punishrrlent by a small sectet band of revolutionary syndicalists, .who 'de; clare that the victims are guilty ot treason toward their fellows, say raj that after they have taken ?.dvantag< ot the benefits ot better wages a.n< hours secured by the syndicalists they desert their comrades. ;The acreage of wheat of. the Do- minion this year is 'ten per cent, less than in 1919. Attend the PhoenLt.and see "The Romance of tbe cast com- posed entirely of Lethuridga people. .The. provincial chemical fertilizer plant at East Si Tohn troyad by loss "The Romance of shoW Ing local views and the natural beaut les of Lethbridge, at the Phoenii Dt not miss Ontario Takes Dowa.Ruin Rannen TOnoNTO, July In th dual .capacity at present ot provincial secretary, in Iho absence.of H. C. Nix- o.ri, and Attorney-General Kon. Wi E Rnnp.y, will bo able to cb'ordinate the work of running down the Turn run- ners on tho borders in -the Windsor- Essex rtislrlct.mpro Effectively than he otherwise: As many men as may be needed to copa'wlth the sit- uation will he employed and a f200 in. crease In'salary'is offered as an in- ducement to good men'to enter'the service; the salary being a yenr lo start. Another communication to the police maglslrates and crown attorneys has been addressed hy tho attorney-general who points out tho. Importance of sentencing offenders to jail for first offences, instead of letting them pit with lines. Till there's a That's where they make lunches and breakfasts POST Superior com flakes Made at Windsor. Orrt. MFrcd Saturday being the day of July, we are going to otfer to the men of bridge, enormous reductions in Suits, Hats, and and Men you have been waiting for this opportunity for some time, so be Saturday and we will guarantee you Honest Bargains. MEN! THIS LINE OF SUITS IS A DANDY AnjJ you can't afford to hesitate in getting a suit at this price. Ilegular to SATURDAY' SPECIAL IN THIS LOT OF SUITS will find no better at 'tMs price. Regular to SATURDAY SPECIAL MEN'S OXFORDS Just the thing for these hot days. Reg- ular ?16.00. Saturday Special SHOES That will wear and made by the best mak- ers in Canada.'Reg- ular Saturday Special IN THIS LINE (OF SHOES We include our best. Regular and Saturday Special MEN'S STRAWS Regular 34.50 to Saturday Special MEN'S FELT'HATS In color's green, brown, grey. Reg- ular Six Only, Men's Grey Light Tweed Suits In Norfolk style. Regular 2-piece, Saturday Special FRED THAELL 315 FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ;