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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, wot THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE, MARKET REPORTS _ (Continued from Front Page) Grain Market WINNIPEG, Oct. The local mar- continued to ahow strength to- after a weak opening, and during tfce iaif hour. of trading made considerable although again falling dirtnj the 15 minutes. The market erratic and nervous aud was fisHy: forced down on the ap- pearance of salsa of Tolime and would dlat> on the wltbdrawtl of prei- Mrs.' The cub wheat market aha (red a steady 'demand with Hgh't sflnringa. Minneapolis inillers were reported good borers. October, waeat doaedilic lower Nov- ember Me down aud December tower; oits 2c lower for 'October lower JOT December and Kc down (or JCay; October. parley lie higher. Dec- ember %c higher and Mar up. Rye closed Ic lower for. October; flax 'o higher "for; October, up for November and up for December. October. November December "'OATS-r October December j May October December'... May'... October October November December 247 -220 210 70 '63il 107 105. 175 Clow. 229% 311 108 104% 175 304 305 Cart Prices No. No.'2 Nor...231% 3 Nor...223% No. 4 Nor...2K-% No. a Nor. Manitoba Track, Saskatchewan Track, Alberta OATS- NO. 2 C.W... 71U No. 3 C.W... Extra feed.............. No. 1 Feed-6511 No. 2 Feed.. BARLEY- NO. 3 C.W...113 309U 309 30714 .......230H .......230K .......229V4 Heiected No. 1 N.'C. W. No: 2 C.W...305H Cocdvaaed No. 4 C.W.. .10714 ____ 93 91 .108 No. RYE- NO. 2 MoiHrMl Lfvntock LiTestock- were no EOod'caitle on'sale today. Bolls and cannern were raOTing slowly at yes iGood Veil to day's lamb market was strong at the opening Hold 'were'Tory-light :O9 car welgits, selects I1S.BO to (20.00 V -Toronto Llvcatock TORONTO, Oct. LiYertock receipts 478. Cattle market slow. Light re- ceipts of-poor quality cattle. -Heavy beet Eteers f 13.50 to 115.00. .receipts 199; choice to 120.00.' Bwea'RSO to larobB %UM to Hogc, receipts 806. unsettled (he .Bgitjng Chdiitora -o f6rnlthed their. inn sue- II 'a mmrrtlloujly like them in action. TbaVorihinr in A lKAHas tooth of Ztm-BuV It to tilt worM Cst. Bam a Fettering ec PabootA or Raili, Zam-Bolr todj (he froBM4 tnd for aU, Tbe umt wWi Ulctrij Hint vstm, and HMhiCf rlto dM iff pare IrerW okmeter etKlc. lEfl'tbuluia fnHom lima lie found tt cfcUuMi h anottn Wkt com U Mill. 'OK vrlu of Urn Hok reratln-iai Prospects -ire f 19.75 fed and watered. Calgiry CALGARY; Oct.. market was more aclife at the stock yards oday, local packera buying freely. ha recelpti were: Cattle 451; calres 0; hogs 2; sheep Bone. Butcher eers topped at 18.75, balance going t R50 to topped 16.50 1th bulk at 15.25 to Twenty- ,e cows areraeirix 969 made the bulk 15.00 to 15.75. Bulls top- ped at bulk to 15.25. Stock- rs, medium ''.to good to J6.60; eeders topped at 17.25. bulk 16.50 calves topped bulk 8.75 to JS.90. boss 23.00 ofl caVs for Toronto Stock" TORONTO; oct- u.-rWitji only me session on.the Toronto'exchange oday, due, to the holiday in'the Unit- ed interest was at a: low ebb its moraine and In Esultory trading. Atlantic Sugar sag- ed to m 1-8 and Abltlbl to 77 1-2. razillan opened a little stronger, bat Losed a 1-4 of a point off. Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Opt. loca! lock exchange this morning was very ull during the first, half hour with rices for" the niost part' remaining teady or .changing ".fractionally. Vbitibi and Spanish- River were un- hanged at 77 1-2 and .112, respectively. (Ionian rose a point to 216. Brewer- es lost a 1-4 point to 63 31-1 and Way- Eaniac.k was at 140.'. Brazilian went up a 1-4 to 36. Brompton was unchanged 81 and sugar lost a point o 120. Other Issues'were qii HAY MARKET Prices famished by Farm ProdncU Ltd.) Nc. 1 Timothy ......-.Vyi.l...' No. 1 Mixed-Timothy and JU- faifa 30.00 No.' 1 Alfalfa" 27.00 to.b. cars-, Letblirldes or Coaldale. r Ison, slll 1. foul strike Sewell fried out to O'Neill up. Ball i. strike lesil, strllis 2. O'Neill struck- and threw him Roaetchy up. Ball ip. StriSe one, 2- 'Jwll; 1. Kooetdhy Totals 33 0 5 ii 0 2 Batted for Miller in seventh Batted.for Grimes ed out tq Speaker. Miller up. took Miller's grouodef out at Grimes up. Coveleskle knocked down Grim wlckod. smash and threw dot at No runs, no no errors.- Ball I, AD II 4 1 0 0 PO.A E 300 430 0 0 1 0 3 0 1, 0 2 1 12 0 3 1 1 1 11 0 0 1 1 0 0 Totata 31 3 7 26 15. 3 Score by innings: irooklyn OOo000 lerelaad .1. OOOllOlOt-3- Summary: Tw.o-base hits, O'Neill amieson; thrce-basa hit. Speaker-' iolen bases, W. Johnston, Jamleaon' runs, no hitis, jho errors. Brbokljn INNING lffith up. Ball one, strike 1, bill 2. Grlimh oat to up. Strike one. Wheat into centre fMd. My Kilduff iip.' KikJuft liu- up.> .Foul1: strike 1, fou! strike t up I rike strike J, ball 2. strife Core- lesk'ie ftened. Jamieson up. Strike 1, ball 1: Jamleson scralched an tn- alonjf Xhe thin! base foul Kne, up. jVambsguiss sent high fly to Speaker up.'' Ball 1.' Jamleson stole second. Strike i, bsll 2, foul strike 2. Jamie- son fiorcd on Speaker's- three-base hit W tho; exit. Smith up. Smith filed run. two hits, ho errors. SIXTH INNING 'Olson fly to' Seeaker. 'Sheehan up. Strike forced Sewell to Waiirbs- one hit, no errors. Cleveland Brooklyn i'..: R H S 7 0 5 ICoiillnuod From Front Page.) Jockey Frank Keough will ride Sir Barton .in'.'tue, race with Man Macleod Lawyer Defends Man Under charge of Murder--' Four Charges Laid i (By Staff Reporter) I MACLEOD, Alia., OcL the criminal asslzei Aviators Frond Frozen To Dealt At Mountain Top GENEVA, Oct. 12. The mystery1 sorroundrng the fato of a Finnish oMcu and an Italian pilot flying in Savola biplane from Milan to KlhUai wko have missing since Septem- K ,was solved yesterday whea of tte two mea were Following the calling of th'e' jury- men, Tom BassotT was called-open the mow: McCarthy .a raass.of cvldcoce bi the case of Tho ma Basso tt 1 TtM was badly smashed: with the murdcrlog of Const F''W'B.'K had struck the peak Bailey. A.P.P. of Lelhbftdge and Corpl. was burled la Ernest Usshcr, of Macleod, In.Delle- Vue, on August 7th of this Bassoff 'this morning was charged with double murder and also.- with' as- sisting in robbing C. P. R. train num- ber 63 at Sentinel on August 2nd.- rte pleade-J not guilty through his coun- sel, D. J. Matheson. who was appointed by Judge McCarthy this CAMPAIGN AGAINST QUEBEC ORIGINATED- WITH POLITICIANS this afternoon; ;J. X. Roaa announced and'offered a statement from before .tbs% start. RMS iron the tola and Sir Barton' will have the ran. the Record ,Ont., Oct. QUEBEC, Oct. data-, gates of the chambers of commerce (jf the British. Kniptre at a f yesterday, Chartec Marriott, president' v-jot the Toronto.board of trade, ho appeared on the prisoner's'SeS'slf 1, ball 1, strike 2. Wanrisganss threw ;lans and asked the French Canadians i bases, Brooklyn CleteUuia Dmeen (first game'. Klem Game by Innings FIRST INNING hitting at tie bait Ball 3. Sheehan lied out to Jamieson.. Griffith ap Johnston tossed.Griffith's ,oveleskle'who Med to touch the iag. Wheat up. "Wheat sent a high fly to hits one error. up. Strike 1 Jatmeson went out at first, Konetchy o Gnmes. Wambaganss up. Wambs- filed out to Wheat. Speaker up. Ball 1, ball 1, strike 1, strike-2 Speaker popped out to runs, no hits, no errors SECOND INNING UP- Strike one, O'Neill up.. lohnston' went out etc-ailng, Miller to runs, no hits, no errors. SEVENTH INNING Brooklyfi-rWheat up. Foul strike i, foul strike 2, foul, balj -1. Wheat Smith. Jlycrs at tat IVambsgansB threw out Myers at 'irst.V Konoichy up. Ball 1, ball 2, strike Ij foul'strike 2, foul, toll 3. KINGSTON, i Oct.. the w International joint waterways commls- Konetchy got.a hit which Seweil was here James Hichard- only. able to knock down. Kilduff uP-lson, ot Richardson and Sowelt- man ft a nf j_ _. strike 2, ball 1, foul. out, Myers at- first, Sewell throw Konetchy up. .Sewell to Johnston. .V Sewell ado a nice stop and a pretty tbrow. -No, runs, no hits, no errors. Smith np. Ball i, ball strike 1. Kilduff threw oat Smitl DEEPEN ST. LA WHENCE ANp'GRAIN IRATE WILL 10 CENTS grata merchants, said that If the im- on which he pleaded not The tinue and he everlasting. charges were: Of, murdering :Corpl.' Ernest Ussher, of the R. C. Mi Const. Bailey of tie; A. P women In Brooklyn last nisht when bo Btartcd to dr-llrer a lec- ture on "The relation between Ameri- ca and England." Police s reserves were sent for and the meeting brokft iip'.fn disorder.' Tbc jierlng caused by word bi Ing passed through tho audience tbal Major Pntmsn had said In a public Canada tbat.-'-The American rrrrolutlon neier iihould bare token place. Oeorge Washington was wrong In figfatlng against his mother- land and America should apologize to England" for having jragcd its war tor freedom. Pufrnan was jlycn no cbanco to eipinin these' alleged remarks. ball behind the box and making snappy throw. Gardner up. Ball 1 foal strike 1. Sheehan, look Gardner's grounder and throw over Koaefcby's head. Gardner held first, while tbe ClOTolandero claimed that be was en- titled to go to second on tho over- throw. Umpire CXDay- allowed tha claim and Gardner went to second Johnston up. Ball 1, ball 2, ball: 3) strike 1, strike 2. Johnston walked Sewell up. Strike 1, ball 1, toul strike 2, foal, ball 2. Sewell lined out Griffith: Gardner, hold second. O'Neill up. Strike 1, strike 2, foul, foal. Kilduff threw oat O'Neill at f'rat No runs, no hits, one error. THIRD INNING Miller up. Cnll 1, strike 1, foul strike 2, ball 2. Miller fanned tbe third strike being a drop ball which ha failed to go after. Grirces ap. Grimes put a leaguer back ot sborL Olson np. Strike 1, atriko 2. Sewell mafted Olson's grounder and it went for an error. Sheehan up. Shcehan's grounder lilt Olson on the leg and Olson was declared out. Sheo- han is credited with a hit anil Gr'mes was scat tack to second base. Grif. fitb up. Strike 1. Griffith filed out to Wraith. No runs, two hits, one er- ror. J Covelesklo up. Strike 1. strike 2. Covelcskic struck out on three pitched balls. JamfCfon -tip Grimes took Jtimleson's smash and throw him put at first. Grimes' WES hurt In taking the groundfcr. and play wns suspended. The crowd. ap phvudecl Grimes when ho resuffict! pitehins. Wambsganss up. Ball one, ball 2, strike 1, ball 3, foul strike 2. Wambpganss scratched nn Infield hit, Speaker up. Strike 1, strike 2, ball 1. 'Kflduff threw out Speaker at first No runs, one hit. no errors. FOURTH INNING Wheat up. Wheat got a hit up against the screen for a single but was out at seco id trying to stretch il, Str.llh to Wambsganss. Myers lip Oaninor took Mynra' bunt and threw hhti out at first. Konetchy up. Dal EIGHTH INNING batting for to and accompany- ing fogs preTafling in the Rocky Mountains, ..the last leg ot tbe .flight .this 'morning. General ,-Tylee. and 4 will make the 4 Pacific. that the 't weather wjll have cleared suf- ficiently Yo" start Wednesday morning. _ would be made to hare'the case come up next week, Judge McCarthy gested that this case be taiei. np foj- lowing the conclnHon'oIHue BMsoff trial. At 10.05 ths crown pJosecntofaS- vised that he was ready-to: proved with .the charge against' Bassoff of mnrtertog Constable Bailey.-'The jury ABUIUHNGTONIC is the follow- H. MacKlutosh, B. Maunsell, T. N.-DelatUBQ and R. Niion. WOMAN CANDIDATE IN FIELD FOR MAYOR NEW ,xJl. Brown, ot Roselle." Park, NJ, has thrown-her bonnet Into .the. political ring. She Is a candidate for mayor- on the independent ticket. "K To those of delicate con- stitution, ypung or old, Scott'sEmulsion is nourishment and tonic that builds up the whole body.' 4jl ft Bownc. Tteonto, Ont. 20- IS 'MEDICINE HAT BONDS SOLD .TORONTO, Oil. bond Issue for by tNb elty of Medicine IFat teen-bought by Aemlllus Jarvis A Co. by private sale. The boniJa are for ten years a.nd bear 6 per cent. At Hie Mlfi price of 88.25 the money Is costing the borrowers 7.70 per cent. Build Well on Tor breakfast each day, this palatable nour- ishing blend of wheat and matt- ed barley. Needs no Sugar "There's a fieason" Allen Theatres Limited 8% Preferred "Cumulative Shares with Bonus of y> Share No Par Value Common Stock SOUND INVESTMENT _ Alien Theatres Limited 13 an established indiis try'or proven stability, thriving equally well under, unfavorable as well as favorable business condi- tions. .It controls all the theatres formerly control- led by Messrs. Jule and Jay J. Allen, representing a total of assets, including goodwill, over liabilities of Allen Theatres Limited now have in operation a seating .capacity of under eonitriitiion a seating capacity of and at'projected'seating capacity of The former owners of Allen Theatres Limited earned in 1919, prior to Dominion Government war tax and. depreciation, the sum of for the pcrifcld'January 1st to Aprih'SOth, 1920, aii'd the earnings for the fiscal year 1920- 1921, exclusive of Dominion 'ppvcrnraent war tax and depreciation, arc estimated at All contracts, film exchanges and purchasing connections hitherto owned or controlled by Messrs. Julc and Jay J. Allen.become the property of Allen Theatres Limited. These include the First National (25 year contract) and Goldwyn (2 year as well as the Famous Players Film Ser- vice 'Ltd.-, and other film exchanges in Canada. Capital is required for the development of Allen Theatres-in Canada, the United States and Great Britain. and management remain with the former'owners, who, by their past .experience and record, are qualified to continue the business suc- cessfully. Allen Theatres Limited 8% Preferred Cmnula- live Shares are offered as a strong investment secur- ity, providing as well fofVbpmis of share no par value Common Stock. On a most conservative schedule of estimated earnings the shares of AllctrTheatres Limited offer iiuvantagcs arid opportunities exceptional in the in- vestment field, V Assets are represented in the physical posses- sions, such as. whole or. partial ownership of 52 operating Canadian' theatres, together .with those franchises, g-Qpdwill and contracts whicli have de- finite value. Allen Theatres Limited at home and beyond our borders become one of the largest factors in the amusement An all-Canadian organiza- tion, with tap roots in Canadian soil supported by Canadian capital, it represents the consummation of the Allen program, opening the way to greater achievement and co-operative success 'as between the creators of the Allen enterprise and the Cana- dian public. You may say the Aliens arc making money in motion pictures. You'can make money with the Aliens today as an institution of recognized enter- prise and soundest character by purchasing Pre- ferred shares. Price: per share Carrying half Share of no par Talne Common Stock. Commm Sttcl bmitl to adjttstrj It nn aanal ty pvrdnu fr tal( tf fnutitnal short at (hf rati ef ftr star OUR REPRESENTATIVES MESSRS. E. G. DEAN AND G. R. BARTON WILL BE AT THE LETHBRIDGE HOTEL OCTOBER] 3 AN6 14 And will be to fllve any further details, W. ROSS ALGER COMPANY Stock and Bond Broken EDMONTON CALGARY Application for rt, OF COMMERCE to any branch of MERCHANTS BANK OF CANADA TV itatemntscmtalisrt A. M, an gumrtml, hi are vn forvutiMm Mine to bi nlutle, aM tvrchastng thai tearli 'a. ;