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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta i MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE-FtVBl MARKET REPORTS Winnipeg Grain Market i lowed by material further galus.be- WINNIl'EO, Oct. reaction I fore the market besan to sag. took place on the wtpat market today i Oats followed olhar, grains, Ofenlcg and good advances were slimvn at Ihe to higher for .December at dose, being from' ST4 to SV-.'; The'SO1! to and thtu receding strength, was due principally to short! siightly. covering, tie bears of the past few days having sold themselves .la'o a hole, while tho general opinion was that the slump In prices'had beeu too drastic, while at the same time the holding tendency displayed by larin- ers v'as having Its effect In light offerings. All cash grains with light offerings, were in eood demand', and premiums made good advances. Stocks In Store TORT. WILLIAM. Oct. fol- Coarse grains- also showed good :id- vnnces. October wheat closed higher; 754 higher .for..November and OTic higher for December; oats IHo hlglicr for October, up for Decem- ber and higher for May; barley 3c higher for October, up- for for May: ftax TiJo higher for October, Noveoi- uer7Vio-up and December high- er, .'live 4u higher for October. V- Quotations Close. j October 221 November 21S 1 20S 213iC j October 69'J 7DU December 6214 May 107 IS (15 No. i Nor... 232% No. 4 Nor...217U .No.' 6 N'or...l97U 1871i 231U lowing clatament of stocks in store In public terminal elevators.at Kort liani and Port Arthur on October S jwitli receipts-and shipments during week was Issued Saturday by the Board of Grain Commissioners in Elore: Wheat bushels; oats barley flax rye Receipts; Wheat bushels; oats barley flas Oclober....., IQoVi December...... May October. 173 October November... 295 December ..._.'.. '1KV: Cash Prices X'o. 1 Nor..: 235% No. 3 5 Feed Track, Manitoba (Continued from From- Page) BOX SCORE OUon, ss Sheehan, 3b 4 Neis, rf 2 s Kruejjor 1 Orittiih, rf........ 0 AB R H PO A B Myers, Konetchy, Ib Kllduff, 2b Miller, e S.' Smith, p _ xx .McCabe 0 0 Totals 32 0 3 21 13 x' Batted tor Neis In eighth. Ran for Konetchy In 23; rye bushels; oaU. barley fiax Bail shipments: Wheat bush- els; oats barley flax Sterling Exchange NBW YORK, Oct. ex- chango steady, demand cables Canadian dollars were quot- ed at S% per cent..discount. 1 Bar NBW YORK, Oct. silver, domestic 99H; foreign 83. N.Y. Stock NBW YORK, Oct. sales: C.-P.-R. y. S. Steel St; U. S. Steel preferred 10814. Chicago Close Futures CHICAGO, Oct. Decem- ber to SOS and March to 20354. Corn, December 8614 to OiUiLEADERS Fh-a'us, If, Wambsganss, 2b Speaker, ct...... Burns, Ib Sarduer, 3bl.... Wood, .V.... O'Nfllll, c O'Ntill, Mails, p Track, Saskatchewan........ Track, Alberta........... "HU'j i -N'o.2 C.W.I. .Xo. 3 C.W... 10't! ICxtra No! 1'Ftfed So. Feed OCo. .2 .70H No. 3 No. 4 C.W...IOC Rejectee! .H i.. !I4 Feed .-f.-'. 92 Track........-...-.._______ 107 AB II II PO.A 3 4 0 1. 1 3 1 10 o .2: 2 o 3 2 3 2 0 1 WO 000 001 Injunction Granted on Saturday So. 2 C. W. No. 1 N.: W.' 1.: 302 No. 2. C.W... 208 3 C.W...2Ca Condemned ..___ .252 Track 301 lylontreal Stock's Iqcal Stock, exchange vfas .dull niid uninter- esting during the.first this niornlng. With'the exception of a few fractional, .declines, .nothing... worth ihontloiiirig took 'Abitihi opened 'at after closing at 78 on; Satur- Brazilian'also lost a U to 37 da'did Brpmpton to S1V4. Laurentide was unchanged at 111. Atlantic Sugar gained a point over 121. Breweries and AVayagamack were- unchanged at C4 and; respectively. Spanish River was steady .at 109% and Riordan gain- ed a point at 215. Other issues were quiet.. Chicago Grain-Market CHICAGO, Oct. were unusually light on the wbeat market today until values had scored a sub- stantial upturn.- Commission, houses then took to.the selling side and some- thing of a reaction ensued. Opening prices ranged from 1 to higher, with December at 2.00 to March to 1.9914 and wero.fol For Action j. UALGARY, Oct. operators of tbe Drumheller field made, the first bold stroke to put a slop to the ef- forts of O.B.U. organizers .to tie up the mines strike of the miners Saturday ..when they secured an in- junction restraining the. O.B.U. offi- cials from entering ,thc: Drumheller field or interfering wltbllhe miners lu any way. Ires granted the injunc- tiojron Saturday. The injunction prevents O.B.U. offi- cials from entering the Drumheller field to interfere with the miners. The only method by wlich the injunction can be lifted, is bf application of the O.B.U. and until such an application is "made and granted, tho injunction remains in' effect. The Injunction .was applied for and granted on two grounds: First; That tlie striking .O.B.U. min- ers failed to apply for a board of ar- bitration for their dispute with the coal operators, .'as provided In tho ixmitenx act, jyhlch states thai such. .1 board must he applied for in any in- dustrial dispute iicfore a .strike Is called, 'Second: That the coal operators have au agreement .with the U..M.-..W. .of A. which has s.till two'years to'ruii and that O.B.U. organizers aro.eriter- .ing the Brumbeller field >nd inducing iriincrs to -break', tbat'cpntract. 'Totals.........25 I 7 27 10 3 Score by iifnings: Brooklyn Cleveland, p Tqro-baso Iiits, Burns, Olson; left on bases, Brooklyn 7 Clevarand 4; bases on balls, off" Malls 2, off Smith 1; struck out. by Mails 4. by.. Smith 1; uinnires: Connolly-ai plate, O'Day at first base, Dineeii ai second base, Klemiat third; time of game The official attendance' at today's game was and the gate receipts were Cleveland Confident LEAGUE PARK, Cleveland, Oct. 11 Brooklyn Dodgers primed to- day their big gun. Shcrrod Smith, one of the leading sxponeats of southpav shooting in League, to check the rusbing offense of tho Cleveland Indians, who have atsrtcd a baiting spree in their own tepee.in the hunt for the world's series cham plonsliip.. The Indian? _ wins and tho Dodgers two. The Indians need 'only two more victories and tho baseball championship I.' heirs.- Brookl.m must win today or theii chalices for the championship will Deduced almost to the vanishisj point. "I have Smith ready." said Man ager Robinson of. the Brooklyns to day, "and if necessary can pitc' Pfeffer.' Remember, if we win-toda; we will be all oven'again." 'Duster" Mails, the south paw, was all set to take the tmrlin for Ihe American League cham pions. The "Duster" held. the. Dodg ers scorpless in the innings he pitch ed- a gainst them-1 In Brooklyn..' Cleveland belleves( the series a good as won and that the playing '.he next itwo games is nothing mor" than a mere-formality. Seats-in th reserved stands again brought hig prices when'obtained from scalpel but there were few Bales. The weather was hot and the sn burned fiercely In an unclouded sky H was a real August baseball day. filed ifl runt, one hit, no errors. up; Strike; one, bail 1, foul strike 2, ball 2, ball three. Burns went out OR a high, fly to 01- ron.'' Gardner up. Cardner filed to Wheat; Wood up. Strike 1, Ml 1. Wood, filed out to runs, no errors, FIFTH INNING up ;Koul strike ball J; ball 2, ball 1, strike 2. Shjlth anned. Olsoa up. Ball 1.' Olson led out to Speaker. up. JaJl 1, bill 2, strike 1. Sewell threw Mil. SheeBin' at runs, no its, no up. Strike ons, foul strike 2. Sewell shot a Ingle over Kildutf's head. O'Nell! p. Sewell'was out stealing, Miller o Ofcoh, Strike 1, hall 1. Kllduff otrt'O'NeiU at first.' Malbi up. Ball 1, ball 2. ball 3, strike 1. Shee- an threw "out Malls at uns, pno-hlt, no errors. SIXTH INNING up. Ball 1. ball 2, lall 3.- JS'siBj walked on four pitched Weat ;up. Kou! strike one strike 3. Neis picked off first to.Bur.iis, "Ball ball 2 SeweU threit out at firel, mak ng_a rattljirg slop and quick throw Vycrs up. Bal! 1, strike 1. Sewcl ttreVout Myers at firet, taking his grounder tehlnd runs, no BO errors. CleYelaiid.Merans up. balli: fcall i Evans popped to Ko- Overseas Trade Keeps Canada Prosperous SAYS NEVER WLL BE A SERUM TOR CANCER HAMILTON, Ont, Oct. "Re- search shows conclusively that there will neVsr be a serum for- de- clared Dr. H. superintend- ent of the New York State Institute 'or the Study of Malignant Diseases, in an address to a gathering of physi- cians and surgeons here Saturday night following the annual clinic of the Hamilton Medical society. This stalement was of especial inlerest in view of the claim of Dr. T. of Toronto that he had discovered a serum for the treatment of caucer. J. M. COURTNEY DEAD OTTAWA, Oci. Morllmer Courtney, former deputy, minister of finance and secretary of the Finance Board of Canada, died here tonight af- ter an Illness of about three months. AIM TO TORONTO, pet. the concluding session of the gen-. eral board of missions of the 4 Melhodlst church here pn Sat- urday the application for Ihe expenditures on missionary ac- tivities for the year 19M-21 was fixed at 4 jetchy. .Warob3gauss up, OlBon throw rat WambsgansS at first. Speaker up. Strike 1. Speaker Eiugled to ctt field.' Burns up. Ball 1, strike I; Snealier scored on Burns' to' left centre. Gardner up. Gardner flied- out to run, wo hftSi no crrora. SEVENTH INNING up. Sewell threw out Konetchy at first. Kilduff up: -Strike 1, strike 2, ball 1, ball 2. struck out. O'Neill dropped the last strike aud threw him out at first. Miller up. Ball 1. Miller filed out runs, no hits, no J up. Strike one, nail Vb'aU 2.: sent a hieh fly to Sfyers. Sevrell up. Ball 1; ScsitS at first. O'Neill up. 2, tall 3, strike one. FouJ, strike 2. Sheehan threw out O'Neill runs, no hits, no errors. EIGHTH, INNING Brooklyn. T- Smith up. Gardner threw out Smith at first. Olton up. Olson; crashed :a long two-base hit into' left-field. Sheehan up. Sheehan popped .out- to Gardner. Krueger hatting for: Neis. Krueger up. Poul strike 1. Gardner took Krucger's grounder and. touched plson on tie runs, onb hit, no' er- rors.'- went Into right fielrl for Brooklyn. Malls-up. Balll, strikd I, strike ball 2. Malls struck up.., Bali 1. .Brans sing- led -past Olson. Wainhsganss -up. Ball 1 hal! 2. Brans -was picked off Strike one, foul strike two.-: WainbEganss filed out to one hit, '110 errors.- Game by Innings FIRST INNING iip. Strike one, Wanibsganss. th'iew out at first' Myers up." i Foul strike one Sewell took Myers1 groonder and made a wild tirpw; to first, the ner being safe; Konetchy up. Strike 1, strjko Konetchy forced "Myers at second, Gardner, to Cilduft up McCabe ran for Konet chy. Ball 1. Kilduff {lew out to i._No hits, one error, i! score: R H-.H Brooklyn 0 3 leveland ,1 busy Wages good affluent to Win World-Trade We Must Peyelop Our Sea Heritage Our; Men Ouv Ports Our Ships Trade must flow East and West and Overseas- Shut off this Dominion from the sea3 and in fifty years Canada will cease to be a nation. Navy League of Canada slrike 2. Olson filed to Bvans. Sliee- lian up. Stride 1, fonl strike 2, ball 1. fanned. Wambsganss threw out Jfels at hits, no errors. v up. Ball ball 2, foul strike 2. Evans got a hit past Sheehan for a single. Wanibsganss up. Foul strike 1, ball 1. Evans out stealing, Miller to Ol- son. .Bal! 2, ball 3, strike 3. YVarnbs- gzriss filed out to Nets. Sneaker-up. Foiil.striko I, strike 1, ball 1, ball 2, ball 3, foul. Speaker fouled put to runs, one. hit, no errors. I SECOND INNINS up. Bail ball 2. strike 1, ball strike 2. Wheat fanned. TOieat claimed that he dirt not striko at the third ball. Myers Foul strike-1. MyerS (Iled out to not. iiavs.to to make the Caleb., Konetchy up" Konelchy singled to right- Kiiduff up. Strike strike 2, foul. Sewell fumbled Kilduffs grounder and -the runner was safe, Konetchy Inking second. Miller up. Strike 1. Gard- ner mussed up Miller's grounder and he batter reached first. Smith up. Ball 1, ball 2. Smith filed out .to runs, orlo hit, 2 errors. un. 1, ball strike 1, strike 2, foul, ball three 5ums' walked. Gardner np. Foul strike 1, Strike 2, Gardner forc'et 5urns at sjcond; to Olson Wood up. Wood, singled into felt Gardner going to1 third. On Wheat's throw to third, Wood dashed to sec- ond. Sewell .up. Foul strike 1. strike 2, ball I, ball foul. Kihluft took Scwcli's gr6undor. and out at tho jilatel Wood going .to third. O'Neill lip. .O'N'CtH forced Sewell, whcu Klldntt took his proun dcr and .touched' runs ono hit, no errors. THIRD. INNING. Brooklyn.'-OIson up. Striko one Olson filed to Sewell.. Sheehan ,np. Striko 1. foul strike 2. aitechan filed out to Speaker. Neis up. Ball 1. Nets popped to nina. no no errors. up. Bfill 1. Shce- Mid-Month. Specials for October CoU Winnipeg Procwds WNls'lPEG; I-ecklo's plans.on the tfar.s-Canada airplane Hight landed at Selkirk Sunday night, having turnad norlh ff6tn Winnipeg by error. 7.40 p.m. The landing was made at The mails the han threw out Malls at. first, Bvana UP. Slriko 1, ball I, ball 2, Evnns singled Into cenlitj bin second liit of the'game, Wfttrjbpganss .up, Miller took SVambsgnnss' hopper and threw to Kilduff an.ci Bvana wag out, Speaker tip. Strike .1. Speaker wont out. lo Konelchy runs, one hit, :io errors. FOURTH INNING up. Wheat pop- ped lo Burns. Myers up. Ball one, ball 2. Myers singled to right field. Konctcliy up. Ball 1, ball 2, ball 3. Konetchy. walked rjn four bad halts. up. Foiil strike.1, strike 2, ball t''KllduIf.'fiicd'lo.Wopd, Jlyers holding to Mtllor up. Miller ttaJ proceed to Fargo plane were transferred' to a military lorry and brought to the city, while the aviator .dime in on the .street 'cars. Flight Resumed WINNIPEG, Oct." trans- Canada.alr flight was resumed hero at 4.52.a.m. when Air Cqrtmodore A. K. Tylee, O.B.B., and "Captain J. B. Home-Hay, M.C., left the St. Charles aerodrome here for Moose Jaw. They expocl to niake Moose by 'nine a.m. Land at Reglna Oct. trouble paused the pilots In the.trans-Canada flight to "forced landing at Ite- Blna at 8.30 tnis morning. Tho mach- ine came ju'st of tho Aorial Service company's aerodrome and good landing was madev.Several hours will tie lost making tho necessary re pairs before the, flight contin- ued to Moose Jaw where tho relay machine Is stationed. Captain J. B Ilome-Ifay Is the.pilot.'- Goes to Rtjlna JlOOSR JAW, Cndajnorc, who wilT pilot the. trans Canada airplane from this city left forvReglna at 9.15 (o give any assist' ance to tho D.H.-9-A., which is report- ed to be held up there. No Stop at MooM Jaw MOOS.B JAW, Oct. trans- Canada ;alrp1ane piloted by Captain Cudamore, over this city-at 10.48. a.m., but owing to the delay In Reglna, did not stop M scheduled.. ALASKA PLANES-LEAVE SASKATOON, Oct. .ll.-VThe three Alaska Ufrplaneg left here al sunrise. They, will stop Portal for gasoline Here are three, new darter records for the gay October your Grafonola to play them your orchestra is complete. Let tbe of the World Go Waltz, V i The Love Boat-rMedley Waltz Prince's Dance Orcfieirra Cuban Fox-Trot Art Hiclcmin'i in Old Manila, Song Fox-Trot, Incidental Singing by Prink Crumit Art Hiekmaii'i Orchestra Paul trio 1 A-2975 PaulBieKTrib I A-2982 Idol In the Land of Rice and Tea Nora Bayes Goes A-Vamping No one's evet workin' in the cornfield for.its a breakneck pace that Sally Green (The Village Vamp) is setting foi the Si's. On the other side of the record is'The Argentines, the Portuguese and the a hit wherever it has been sung. The Argentines, The Portuguese, and the Greeks Sally Green (The Village Vamp) Nora B A-2960 Frank Grumit "On Barhboo Isle" In looking around for another to equal 'Oh! By JingOi" Frank Crumit chooses for the month "My Little Bimbo Down-on the Bamboo delightful bit of barbaric singing. My Little Bimbo Down on the Bamboo Funk Crumit ,She Them All the Ha-Ha-Ha Frank Crumit and Lew Brown Two More Good Ones-. Save Little Dram- For Me B Lonescme Alimony Bl B The Love Nest, from Mary. Jicobteo Blue DUmonds jacobsen r Me c.t Williams I lues f erlWilliurx J A-2979 You can dance to the letat lioEfiring step with a The Non Set Automatic Stop _uV.C8 care'of thai. TMl encla'aive Celumbi? featuio at ila for dancing. Nolhiag (o move or set or tncaluie. It plays aad tlopg itself Crtfannlat. Standard Models up to Catarntiin KtcorJt oat the 10th ami ZOtfi of f acA month, COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE Toronto. J.D.Higinbotham Co., Ltd. AGENTS THE REX ALL STORE ALBERTA'S PIONEER DRUGGISTS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEMISTS PHONES 1515 AND 322 Assiniboia Music Co; DEALERS 3156tKSt.S. Phone 1545 I Lethbridge, Altai ;