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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1920 THE' i DAILY HERALD PAGE MARKET REPORTS i WINNIPEG, July Itttle business was dune at today's short session. The cash -markets-were dull and July cats closed uiiclujnsed, Oclo- ber lower, and December lii loweri barley uuchanged for July: 3% down for and 2 cents dowu for-December; flax closed unchaiiged for July, and 3V4 cents .lower for Oc- tober. Quotations Open. July.........'....... Oct. Dec, July Oct. 116 July Oct. Cash Prices No. ii O.W... 94Ts No. 3 C.W... Sl% .Eitra No. 1 Feed.............. 91Ts 1 Track......... Close. 93 79% In all grains. -There wan sufficient buy- ing, however, to check the break, and a moderate rally followed. Opening quotations ot wheat ranged from 2 1-2 to 4 cents lower, with December 2.19 to 2.20. and March 2 21 1-2 to 2.28. Oats took the eamo course as corn, which was weak. The market opened unchanged to one cent down, with Sep- tember 68 i-i and December 68 3-4 to U8 1-S. New York Funds YORK. July Demand 3.72 3-4; cables Canadian dollars 11 1-S dls- Entirely AfW Six With "FRUVf-A-TIVES" 349 No. 2 Feed.. 85 tt 89T4 No. 3 C.W.. .134% No. 4 -124H .'Rejected and I Track ..........12SV4 No. 2 No. 3 C.W.. .285% Track -..340% quoted. Chicago Wheat CHICAGO, July broke almost 10 cents'shortly after the open- ,iog today owing .to reported "rains la 'parts ot Missouri, Nebraska and Indi- ana with prospects, of more wet weath- er, which depressing influence NEW firmer. 3.73 1-8. count. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, July 114H Livestock today 110 i were 1CS cattle, Co .hogs and 15 sheep. Trading this morning was quiet, es- pecially In the butcher class, the few sales made ranging fairly in line with yesterday's close. Bulk of stackers and feeders offered were of poor grade si weaker prices. Best feeder steern to JS; stacker, "steers anil heifers ?5 to Veal calves scarce, fow bringing from 410.00 to J12.00. Hogs changed hands at J1S.60 for selects fed and watered. MONTREAL STOCKS MONTREAL, July was very little change in the toio of the Babys Own Soap Tlie fragrant creamy lather of Oun and its absolute p'iuily have woiua great popularitr. early market today, intei-osi chiefly centering in Breweries which led In activity-.and strength. There was somo scattered trading elsewhere but the papers did not'figure promlnenty. Following the, big market yesterday for Breweries, during -which it ad- Tanced to 09 and closed at 6S X-4, the trading was resumed-'today at 68 1-2 to 69, later easing to CS 1-S. Spanish River was easier at 120 6-S. to 1-2'down. Bromptoh was steady at 71. Ablb'lM was off a half at 801-4. Sugar showed no change, holding at 150 to 149 1-8-' There was a variety of other dealings in which Quebec Rail- way was fairly prominent at 30 1-2. Halifax One Man Car Has Accident; Six Hurt HAX.1FAX, July persons were injured and 24. passengers so- ve'rely shaken up, .when one of the new one-man type safety "trams left the aC Jacob and Granville streets at 8 o'clock this morning, and after crashing through a telegraph post, on its side.. Tho injured: Joseph Hugh Cpwic. Mrs. Cline, Leo Cyril Cooten and an unknown boy.: SSast oE' the injuries were caused hy flying glass. Grease on the rail's is said to hayp been the cause of the accident. MR. AMEDEE GARCEAU 1' 82 Hickory St., OtUwi, Ont. "I was for many years" a victim oj that terrible nilt. Tbe track lias been improved. New and well-planned horse barns lave been erected. There will be. a grand stock parade. Also a largo se- cction of poultry prize winners. An aeroplane will perform stunts of a thrilling kind and take "you tip to try sensation of riding the air. Girls will play baseball, and men nlso, and one of.the crack.football matches ot the season for tho-south will claim the attentioR of the 'Spectator.. Tho S. A. will serve meals in a big tent, while tho Army band plays outside. rest room will be provided for the ladies. The Miners' band' will be in attendance, and also-1 Johannsen'B juvenile orchestra. :A fine grandstand will provide good.accommoilation for seeing thej'Bhow, and. the Martin Clill- tlren .will make' youTlaugh. and cry. Throo -days of joyful and wondering excitement. Ice r cream and eott drinks' galore. Fill the car or the democrat with come and see the Show of the South this j' :_ Tlte mealing held on Monday even- ing to prepare (or the referendum cam- paign, at which. H. S. 'Ungnnll and other proniliient ineii "were present, decided to appoint'a nominating com- mittee to so into tho whole matter, and another meeting .will be'called on Friday evening nCjt to wlilcH all are invited, to receive'the report and or- ganize the local campaign. Thursday which gavo Tabcr i precipitation of one-tenth of an Inch, and extended only a few milss eastward, wafi more generous north of the river. The storm rode high and skipped the country along Jhe river, but from a point eight -nilYs north, hair-way lo Uellaw, there heavy rain, amounting in places to small cloudburst. Skipping the Het- region, ft rained heavy from there to the Bow. A threatening thun- derstorm approaching Retlaw tonight veered off and went allow- ing the Retlaw fair to conclude in nne fashion, the rain of tho night before being just enough lo upset the Taber- Hetlaw baseball game. A large number 'of Taber folk at- tended the Hetlaw fair today. Tho Agricultural Society has open- ed an omco for the secretary, W. C. 1u the building adjoining tho Vets' hall. This is for an uptown of- fice. There Is also the regular office on' tho fair grounds. The Vets held another successful this evening' from end to end, and waved scores of Lving alongside the dock was the steamship Olympic efterdecbs swarmed with the ship's company, who staged a counter-dem- onstration by waving British Sags am .cheering tor Great Britain with an oc- fore the gangplank was lifted. casional hostile, note directed against stream, the cheering hundreds gave might be dangerous. A Finish That Ljtsfe TT THEN- you paint fc is "conserving" your beautifying it. And yoa. constant repainting, twit's to be a. you want it to stay wMte. And it This really tuperior paint gives that will not fade for a long comifc. Whether in white, or ir> tcction, and will continue long period. This result is obtained'.byii of finest ingredients in The white base for it is Jmpwn for .two centuries as B B.B. White Lead; Ey using this, dlcntsof similar high quality, tlieftfcnacntamed in B-H "English" Paint staadafd .of paint qualitj- that other brands have to excels in brilliance, covering-capacity and per-. manence. This store is proud to :be known as B-H HEAI3QUARTE6S WELLINGTON BROS. i TUB DECORATOHS Sherlock Bldo. St. ;