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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER G, 1920 THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE MARKET REPORTS Oct. irheit market opened easier this, morning, but strength quickly developed prices advanced from to S cents for the three contract months from tbe opening quotations. The strength was credited to a'natural reaction and to excellent buying by United States millers. Oatj; birlej- and rye markets were firm In sympathy with wheat. Flat was and prices 8 to U l'-3c. Wheat closed 5 l-tc hither for Oc- tober, 4 3-4c for November and 7c higher for December. Oata 1 J-4c high- cr for October, 1 1-Jc V for Decem- ber and Barley 2c higher for October and 1 l-4o for May. OctoV er rye 1 J-4c'hlgher'and flax lOc lower f or, October, Se lower for and-il 1-Zc'lovrer for December. 1H higher at Brulliu S points to white Spantek Hirer row oTernisht a %4 point to 113. Brompton and JUordan were the only weak Issutfl. Exchange YORK. Oct. Him, demand October NoTember Becember October December May October 102U 05% 60% J361V. Canadian dollars 8 per dtscoant. Chicago Grain Msriut CHICAGO, Oct shortc ran pp prices abruptly in December October i October November whoat today but when such buying ceased 7a material set In. Tbo flurry-airionf aborts seeded due to llio fact that opening offer lugs were light and to the joss I p tbal the buyers of Canadian whwt appear- ed out of tbe quota lions which 'rtiujed from' 1 to 694c hleier with at 1.91 to 1.96 Open.' Close, arid March 135 followed 218% by raptf changes downward. Oata were firmer, opening lo higher with December 66 to 6514 and later rising n trifle. i York Stocks 6254 NEW YORK, Oct. sales C.P.R. 127'3-4; U. S. steel, 88; U. S steel preferred 107 1-2. 103% Chicago Close 93 I CHICAGO, Oct 1 199 1-S; Marc 1197 1-4. 87 3-8; Ma; 90 1-4- 55 3-4; Ms HAY MARKET (Prices furnished by Farm Ltd.) No. 1'Timothy 133.0 No. 1'Miied Timothy and Al- 30.0 9214 172 302 293 -304 297 December 304 Cash Prices Xo. 1 Nor...221% No. 3 Nor...219% No. 3 Nor...211% No. "4 No. 5 .........194511 No. 1 Alfalfa 87.01 (Continued Iroin Pane.) Mame Wind-Blown Fly EBBETS FIELD, Brooklyn, Oct. 6. Cleveland Indians, with one Brooklyn scalp dangling at their belts, ect on' tbe warpath agiin today to omahawk the National Leaguers in he second encounter of the worki'il warfaie. "A wlnd-bicwn fly. was the cauM oir downfall Man- ager Robmsoa of the Brooklyn s today. "With an etea break on luck, my dob' wfil show war to Ticlory.. Speaker reined onr same with MJ In'center I think TO tell. ovr to hit tbe Mil over the then let Speaker do hta.wont.. run Inclined OBe.Orfmejs m the. box to- Trla Speaker beUercd tfett the edge now lies with hli American League pennant winners la "We, hare looked the.S. United Mine of Arasrka, therefore urge a Joint conference between the Canada Coal Operators' Aoaocia- Uon and the repreMntatlres of the United Mine ot America, District 18, at as early a date ai postttle to consider this rwinest for an toereaae In wagei for tbn day men, boys'and monthly mas. the preaent joint acreement. Awaiting an early reply, ire, Yours truly, J. LJVETT. J, MOONBT. Int. Commission .U.M.W.A. Operators to Miners Calgary October 5, Robt. LiTett, Jas. Mconey, Inter. Com. DisL IS. U. M. W. of. W lurcher regard to your letter ot Sept. 2J, 19JO, aud our reply thereto. 1 bey to adtlK that after hear- your presentation niorn- lue tbe Association took tho whole question umjir tion. They are of tha opiakin that' before they can hwet you to dLv owe this matter further that. It will necessary tor the are now oa strike, contrary io tie specific terms of the agree- ment recently arrtVed at, to re- turn to wort. Who To..2 O.W... 72H No. 3 C.W... fRohinson was anicipns to work c ils men tbe batting slump Into j which they had fallen in the last week r so. John Miljue went into the boi or Brooklyn and was ordered to. put verythlng he .had on the ball co tbe. National conld fare, real peed and curves. Both Grimes and Smith took part n Brooklyn's batting practice. Tho Ig'M liinder, Uhie, threw up lhe..tall or Cleveland in their batting practice. fo. 1 No. 2 ffcd.. 63% j frack lUIl OF 3 O.W.. .103 No. 4 C.W.. Rejected j. reed rrack 2 No. 3 O.W.. Condemneil r. .252 Calgary 'Livestock Oct Receipts .it tbe "stockyards _ Cattle 574; hogs. 8; .sheep 37. Tuesday's" prices ruled; butcher, steers topped at 57; -bulk ?0 to 56.75; butcher COWB-SO ,to to ?C.GO; good -feeders1 ?6.50' tb 7.25; common to medium to ?6; calves topped at good to J10.25; common to ?9; lambs topped ill; ewes No hogs sold, iio market -Winnipeg Livestock" (Dominion Branch.) .l.COO cattle, 520 hogs and 980 shoep. Trading was more active today, witb bidding'. falr-ly.ln Una .Fltb cloBO, and V stronger tone from the opening of the week. Female 'butchers, fair 'to good to steers, fair lo 'Boo'd .7.00 ,tq 5.50 to C.50. Hln riotlceabls in th'o slbcker' feeder 'division, 'on good, 'iiuallty "feeder Bteers, 25 'cents. The sheep- Vaiiib '--tn arke t "was wcakc'rV "beirig around 10.00; good mutton ;sheep .C.50. innrket 'op'o'tied..' weaker, packer's bidding 20.00- for selects. Montreal MONTBEALf Oct. 5. The loenl Block market, was very active, during tho -first "bait hour, this -morninE "rimi .jnany.'substantial overnight: gains worp made. .Abltilii opened at a gain ol a >4 'point; Atlantic Sugar by Innings Wheat Could Have Been Handled Very Mnch Better By. INNING v CLBVBLAND Jamieson np. Strike ..ball 1. Johnston went out Kohe-Ichv to Grimes.' WarabsBaiiss: uii. Ball 1, strike 1, ball 2, foul, strike -2, !oul, bail 3. Jobnston threw" out Wambsganss at: .first: Speaker up. Strike '1. Speaker singled past Johnston. Smith up. Strike 1, ball Cfbril, strike ball 8. .It'was.a pltchoot, but Speaker did "not try ;'to go, 'down. Smltb struck' befrjg to, Fathom Grimes' "wicked breaking spit-ball. No'runsj 1 hit, no errors; BROOKLYNf-OIs6n "up; Oispn pop-" ned to Wambsganss, biting :the first ball pitched. .J.ohnston up.. Strike. 1: Johnston got a bit into deep short. Griffith up. Strike 2, ball 1: Jobn-s ton stole" second. Ball 2, Griffith" out Johnston to Bagby, Johnston going to third. Wheat up: Ball 1. Johnston scored on Wheat's hit into centres for two bases. -Wheat made second by, fafit base running. "Myers up. Strike 3; ball 1, foul, strike 2, ball 2. Gardner threw out Myers at first, 1 two bits, no errors. SECOND INNING Gardner up. Strike 1. Gardner got a two -base hic-jlnto left field. Johnston up. -Ball- strike ,1, strike 2, fonl. Grim6E took Johnston's 'grounder and tossed to Olson who touched out Garclnerfbe1 twecn tbu Johnston getting to first. Sewell up. Ball 1, ball 2. Sewell fiied to Olson.. O'Neill up. Ball strike 1. Johnston went' out stealing Miller to Kilduff. No runs, 1 hit, no errors. CALGA31Y, Ort: H. "W. Wood, president of tha United Farmers of Alberta, staled today 'that ho agreed -wilb the remarks- of, the "Hon. George Langley, vice-president of the Saskatchewan Cc-opcrative; Blevator. company, that the present ,'conditlpn: ol 4Ka .wheat market -was dus to' the nbolitlon of tho Wheat Board. "1 would however, hold my criticism of the gorernmen' until 1. see what, action IB taken to meet tho prfcsent re marked.'.- no queation but that -Ui'o'.: wheat; could have .been handled very; much -better Ufroueh. the iboarrl. than .on the opon ra arket." Wh'eat, he said h ad d ecline GrttSth rp. Ba! 1, ball 3.: Olson' scored Griffith' grounder tot.away from Wambsgans TVhsst up: 1, ball 2, strike 2. Griffith went out stealing O'Neill: to 1 hits, DO errors. op. Strike 1. Kiliuff threw b'nt Jamieson at WambsganM up. Slrlfee 1. Wsmbaganss flle'd oot to GrlfSth. Siieaker up. Speaker got a Ions .'rive into, left centre 'for'two bases. SraltU l'.1' Smltb. eronnded out to Kouctcby.' 'No runs, 1 hit, no errors. HEt6OKL7N AVieat np. Foul, strike out lo Speaker, ball 'oVei m, right Held. Mje'ra'ap; fcirfte 1. tan '3. foal, strike'2.: .art indc-ld wMcti Oardner' could not field In ti- Konelchy, up. :'Ballot'ball tclix'filed out'to Kilduff soht Smith. bit, no errors. C SEVENTH CLEVELAND-Gardner lier singled tbrougli.: tho pilcher's box whicli Kilduff. only'able to.knock downl Johnstpii -Ball 1, strike 1. Johnston forced- Gardner, Olson to Kflduff. 1, strike 1. filed out- catch i up Ba.- --T ______o-- slngie'into left strike 2.. Graney, sffiick'.om, on three Graney BtracVoiit. on three and'rtbe crowd .cheered Grimes to the r how pitchlhB for Cleveland. Miller up. Strike 1, foul, strike-.', ball 1, ball 2. out.'1 Grimes up. 1, strike.2., Grimes: Eent .a.high fly to Smith. Olson Bail 1, strike 1, bblj, 2, strike 2. pjlson fanned. No rnris.'np-.hits, no V INNING up.. Strike 2, foulr-alriks-2, ball 3; Jamieson walked. Burns batting for Burns- up. -Ball 1, strike -1, ball 2, foul, strike 2, ball 3. Durrisnlso np. Strike 1, ball 1. Kildurt threw out Speaker at first. Ja'mleson goes fo third arid Dnrns to second. Smith up. Holl'l, strike 1, Smith fouled out to .Miller. 'up. Ball 1, ball ball" 3. Talked. Tho bases More Tobacco ibr the Money Packages Gardner Gardner are now. full. Trade Emporium in the World Canadian Men and Canadian Ships Must Make Canada An Empire Trader To develop our Sea Heritage, we must send chosen and trained: emissaries'_ our most able business irnen to make preferential trade agreements :with other nations in the Em- pire'. And we must make good these trade agreements Canadian Ships. The Navy League of Canida. np. Ball -1; strike 1, ball 2. Grimes-tossed .'out O'Nell lal first. Bagby up. Foul, strike -1, -ball 1. Grimes knocked down Bagby's hot griunfler and throw lim out. Jamieson np. Strike i, Jamieson'singled over second. Wambs- :anss up. Wambsganss filed out to Wheat. .No l.hit, up. Grimes singled through Ihe pitcher's box, Ol- son up. Ball 1, bail 1. Bagby took Olson's sacrifice and threw second. 'Both batter, and runrie'r were safe! Grimes.was spiked as he slid into second. It was no sacrifice for Olson, -but a ston up.' Johnston fouled but lo O'Neill, trying to bunt. Orifiltn up. Foul, strike 1, Koiil, strike 2. Grlmos scored on Griffith's two base hlt.into right field. Olson going lo third. Whoat up. Ball 1, ball ball 3. Wheat" was purposely walked, filling .the bases. Myers up, Tho Cleveland )n: field played In close, A double- followed Gardner taking JlycrV grounder and throw to O'Neill who threw to first. The throw hit Myers on the back. Olson tried to score on the play but was thrown put, Johnston to O'Neill. ,1 run, 2 hits, 1 error... FOURTH INNING up. Hall I, strike 1, foul, Etrlk6 2, ball 2, ball_3. Sneaker wRlkcd. Smith tip. Strike 1, 1 Smith grounded out to Konelchy. 'assisted. Speaker' went to second; Gardner "up. Slrlko 1. Gardner'Died 'lo Myers. Johnston uu. Ball 1, ball strike foul, strlko 2, foul. John- Rlon filed lo Wheat, ran lo the bleachers lo get tlie ball. No runs, no errors.. up. Ball 1. Konctphy sent ,up A high fly lo Wnmbn- gntiss. Klldiifl' sent a long fty Inlo loft ccnlre which Speaker look after a long cwx MUlor up. liagby Johnston np. Strike 1, .strike 2. John- ston forced Gardner, to Olson. No runvno bils. no errors. Johnslpn .up. Fonl, strike -1. Johnston popped to Scwell. Griffith- mj. Ball 1, strike 1, foul, slrike 2. Griffith fanned. Wheat up. Strike 1, foul, strike 2, ball I, ball 2. Wneal filed out lo Jaroleson. No riins, no hits, no errors. NINTH INNING Sewcll up. Ball 1, ball 1, foul; strike 2, Sewell grounded