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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WKHMiSDA 1, 1920 LBTHB.HIDGE DAILY HER ALB PAGE. FIVE MARKET REPORTS 1ST WESEI yince were placed in a chaotic con- dition with the Alberta anil Great Waterways deal. From 1905- lo 1910 he was chief jJBiice of the province, and previous tg j "pi-; the-North- west Territories. WINNIPEG, Soul. Coimnencliig the new crop year trade- in the market was ot a1 light nature owing to extremely small offerings in both cash and futures. The undertone was very strong and prices miido a sharp advance after e weak opening. lu Uie grain markets, the de- Jamil for oats continues light [prices practically unchanged. For. bar- 'ley and rje there was a rather good demand, but the offerings vtere almost October wheat closed higher. with December 54 e "better; October oats doted lie lower, December lower, and May fjo. down; October barley closed UJo lower, December KB higher. October flax closed higher, November' 2c lower, and Oc- tobar rye !c lower. Quotations Spauisu River preferred lost a frac- Kill] Ploughing Under Way in [gn to 119 1-2, with 111 S-S bid for ho couiaioii and no sales. Breweries ere unchaugeii at C3 1-2, and Wayag- mack still held at 1S-I. N. Y. Funds NEW" YORK, Sept. ex- firm. Demand cables Canadian dollars STs dla- NEW YORK. Sept- Closing sales: C.P.H. U.S. Steel S9U; U.S. Steel preferred 15CH- HAY MAUKKTf (Prices furnished by Farm Products Oct. Dee. May Oct. Dec, Open. 249% .73% I Oct. i. lOct. Close. S6tVi '.219 7954 73H 77V 11114 315 Ji 340 Some Crops Best Ltd.) J33.00 30.00 134 Cash Prices No. 1 Timothy No. -'1 Miied Timothy and Al- -falfa.................... No- 1 Alfalfa 27.00 (Prices f-.o.b. cars Lethbrldgs or Plot Overthrow of King George; Favor Republic That Was Scheme in Britain in War Days Declares One Of Editors' Party WINNIPEG, Canadian grain neWs throughout Wesiern Canada present a continuous scene 9f harveMisg activities, accord- ing to a crop report issued today by the. Canadian National Hallway. In eastern and southern Manitoba wheat cutting has been practically completed and threshing is iu progress in all sections and many farmers have finished and are now engaged with their Jail plowing. In central and northwestern Man! toba from fiO to 70 per cent, ot the wheat cutting has been -and thresliing will bo fairly general this but the indications are that the Trofk of cutting and threshing the.grain will be cleaned up in jBowl Bbape and in good season. FromL all parts of the country the reports that the gralu is of good quality and the yield from 15 to 40 buslieis to the fere, _ The hearlect jlelds seein to be, in bat. the bther provlncesjalsfl report some crops that yield from 25 bushels upward per acr? advantage of a Jree market In Bri- tain. Touching on the general outlook, Mr. Btiith states that' the American crop is estimated at u> 70 per cent, of la'at shortage of 4.000 cars. The. British Columbia crop will be 60 to 75 per cent., the Nova Scotia crop 55 per cent., the On- tario crop will an increase, aud the Amerkau barrel apple crop 'will be BubsUnttally Increased. can apples, however, will be hamJt WARSAW, Sept.'l.-George Tchit- cherin. Husaiau soviet foreign minis- tcr. in a wireless m.ssage received to day says he happy to note the Pol-. ]Bh government has declared itseli SAYS HON: A; L. SIFTON WILL RETIRE SHORTLY week. 'In central. Saskatchewan In a special ditpatch lo the Vancou- ver Ottawa. It Is staled that Hon. A. L. Sifton, secretary ot state in the cabinet of Hon. Arthur to retire in and Al- mediate future, .according to gossip In berta cutting is all well advanced andlpolitiial e'rcleE Mr Sifton Tias been in indifferent thresters are appearing In the fieldsj iu grenler'numbers every day. Rapid _____ p'rogfeBS has also been made in south anil -aould have preferred retirement cm Saskatchewan "and Alberta with wten (ho government was reorganized Rapid i health for rnanj 'months, it is" said, Canadian Crop np to Mark so High Prices Likely to Prevail OTTAWA, Sept. a report made to the department of trade and commerce, J. P. Smith, Canadian fruit trade coro- mlsaloner. states that early forecast o( the EnglUh apple .crop situation, whlok were not encouraglogr. are fully substantiated by present indications. The crop in Kent county, the principal apple'producing county in- England, will not be .more than 10 per. an average crop, while In Cambridge- shire and Middlesei it is practlcalljr capped abroad by an Adverse, rate of favor o( bul threltens 4 new exchange, and the Bqglish crop cnensire If the "do not cobtorm practically, a failure, demand should lbfjt be strong and prices satisfactory. M Tchitcherin asierU that the fight ing power of the soviet armies has not diminished iu the least.. Fight LONDON, Sept. forces attacked Lithuanian troops near Ay- BIG TRAFFIC THROUGH PORT OF MONTREAL MONTREAL, Aug. is every indication that this season's passenger traffic through thi port of Montreal wilt make a new record, beating hot only last figures, but also the best of the pre-war years. ihe saving of. the crops, and plowing operation's aro following close upon Ihe threshers. Up lo. the present the weather has been1 favorable for tho harvest. A few days' rain has been causing delav. but was prevailed upon to remain Jor a lime at least Previous the union gov- ernment in 1917, Mr. Sifton was.prc- mier'of Alberta, having held that post .sincti 1910 when In that a failure. The British ministry of food has suspended the apple price control.un- til November 15 with the, obvious In- tention'of encouraging the home in- dustry by permitting ihe highest prices the market will 'pay. gustow. about thirty miles northwest of Grodno, according to a telcgran from Koyno to veprs sentative In. London. Recent advices All the big lines havi) had capacity rr0m Lithuania hate referred to a passenger lists up to' the-beginning boundary dispute between that coun- of August. The C. P. u. S.-llne has try and'Poland, been augmented by the'ad.dition.. of the Empress of France, the ei-Gerruan Prinz ftedcrlch Wiihelin. and the Vic- torian, so that C. P. O. S. passenger returns for Ihls year are espccted to treble those of last year. An expensive linen sideboard cover was apparently peach-juice, and also ruined .from stained from the basket containing the peaches. Every partlclo of tho discoloration was removed by soaking the cloth, in glycerine. The most obstinate Canadian tipples will thus have the'stains will yield to this treatment. FAMOUS BULLOOO OIES .OXTi'.EAL, Sept. Porl Jock, a famous English priie iplnr.ei bullilog, died this momlhg In an ex press car OQ" his-.way to the Sher- brpoke-exhibition'., The .doe was properly.of CharlM F. Tewson, ol Calgary, and was to dog fanciers, having been a priie winnei at many o[ tha bij; animal exBibl- lions throuehout _ the country. An autopsy will be held on the animal to discover the cause of his death. He was valued at No. 1 No. 2 Northern No. S Northera.........'...... No. 4 Northern No. 0 Northern Track Manitoba .281% [Track Saskatchewan f Truck Alberta i No.'2'C.W... 93H No. 3 C.TV... 90'4 .No.arecd.. 88'i No. 2 Feed.. 85U Track.....................-... 85% No. 3 No, 4 C.W...120H Track.....124 1 I Nu. r N.W.C: 315 91 No. 2 C.W... 339 Vi No. 3 C.W... 315% 1 Condemned.. 3905i'Track 'T.-i ]Ko: I. Bar Sliver NEW-YORK, Sept. silver, iflomestlo foreign Livestock i'; WNNIPKO, Sept. (1'jivestock today: 633 -sheep'. j'iTlie market opened fairly steady-.wjth '.yesterday's close, but bidding -wris njpt ahd weatneps developed. Choice i-hutchor Block sol'd at }11.00 to (good cows and heifers made J5.50; choice .feeders .-n-elglied up JS.OO to 59.25, with'stockei-iim to The sheep and market was good -sheep making to I'SS.Od.'.wlth J1J.OO to TANCOTJ-VBR, Sept. a plot to overthrow the llriysh monarchy and establish a republic in Great Bri- tain -was Hatched'during the war, is the statement mads By Dr. .Ellis ell of the London Fnnancial News, a member ot the Imperial Press1 parly which left Vancouver on. Monday Dr. Powell was one ot the men re- sponsible for the exposure of the con- spiracy, and in an interview which he gave before leaving the .coast, lie re- iterates the assertion.that the danger outlined Is not yet .past. After referring to the alleged Sinn Fein plot lo assassinate .King George, Dr. Powell- declared (that Vhis .danger arid the menace to the British throne do not Sinn Fein- ors, but among ''scheming British poli- ticians, men of-toundless ambition.'? .''There was Drl Powell during tho war with the idea of seizjng a able nipment for the.jlepositlon of the King aqd the proclamation of a re- president was selected1 aud'the ripe. It of whom I had realized that, republic would; th'e keystone out of the imperial arch.-The -tfoiild have dropped'lo .pieces...." .Tigorom steps to'-warn ahd'to.point out to the na- tion Ihe sintsler character of'thc cdu- spiracy. was total Tho hoc market was Vicing told for selecla. Toronto Livestock TORONTO, Sept. I. (Dominion re'c'olpts 917.'. brisk, .prices choice hatchers sleady to strongr'Top loa.d-of twenty steers averaging 116Q pounds sold .at 14.50.' Co'ws and'bulls Rteidy.. Siockcr and fee'ders active at OalTM, receipts S75. yealj tops twenty Shee'p receipts soldr- Packers bidding'13.50. Hogs, receipts 1330. Prospects are iro'artet will'. be settled at ?20.75 to fed'ami 'watered. CALQARY LIVESTOCK i OiEOARY, -'SepL at the :j-arda 'tp'ricipn today cattlf, ?8 13 hogs andi 80 sheep.-The finftrket was quiet with packers buying '.steers topped at the hulk from to 8.00. -'.Cows bulked at from J7.00 to-7.75; gooil otockers were sold at'from to 7.75 and mediums JC.50 to' 7.25. Calves topped-at J10.S5 and a' hogivTfitre sold at '_..-: Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Sept. firmnesa re'snlted in Ihe -wheat todiyjfrom hqpo'of a good eupbft'de- Opening; prices, which ranged 'off .10. IVle advance, with December 234 to. and March jjsiyi' were followed by a moderate tgenerml setback'Arid then, by a rally [to slightly above VcBlerday'fl nnlnh. Osts were easy With corn starting -rnchangwl to.- %e, lower, .-December scortrg other losses. Montreal MONTBUAL, Sept. on local-stock .exchange oponexl thfs jnornjng -with a little raoro actlys lono, the market la atifl comparattvoly rtnlet. "Brompton knd AllnntlR .Sngar tho former opening at GS 1-8, n'n eighth" lip from the close ycatorday, while ingnr'vtas a large fraction lo 110. Brazilian wfts dowiv a fraction to 3S; rclnpse for that the con; are still anxious to effect- their aim. is the reason why the revolutionary elements are fostered among us." t Gift From School by Lady Burnham Saver cereal foods No added sweetening needed. 'You 11 like, the ajtoeal- flavor of tnisl food.; SOLD BY GROCERS s EVERYWHERE! EDMONTON', Sept. (Canadian thousand school chil- dren cheered a hair-raising cheer this morning .w'hen Lady Burnham ubfurl- cd a huge' Union Jack presented by Ihe children, ot England to'those of kdmbnIon, Ca'nada. Th( ceremony colncidcd-wilh the visit of the Imperial Press deiegaHon to inoulon, Burnham Is, the wife of Hie proprietor of the Ixjndon Daily Telegraph, who la chairman of Ihe 'delegation." The children, of the Middlesex bor- ough subscribed their pennies to tho presentation of the flag to their fellow school the Edmon- ton, 16 the' successful conclusion of the war, and the part played in Ihe'war br" the Canadians. The ceremony was an, impressive tinder, siinshfne in the Memorial school grounds here'. Urn- Woodhead, editor of the llmldera- lleld Examiner, and-ex-mayor of Iliat city, spoko .Informally, presenting Ihe flaK, itnil cniioriitd a suggestion which had 'been "made by Dr. K. W. Crang, chalrinaii ot Ihn Kdmonlon school board, Ihafthe Conaillan school chil- dren send ,tholr crirkei. teams rtnd other'representative.' sport cbampjona to England to compeid with the ririt- ish children in championship "Rnmcs. Mr. promlacil to'foster idpa In Kngland. B. H. Cowan, premier of Ijoys' parliament in ?rc1nionloii, made a for- mal address In accepting the (lag, nnil the ceremony closed wlth-chcecs and tlie national nnthem. The. press delegation will he Inn CTCSts of. the, Kdmonton .Hoard of Trade a.t 'luncheon today, and of tho provincial government tonight at din- ner.-The party goes to .Walnwrighl tomorrow and to 'i-JasKAtooh and 1'rlnce' Albert frldiiy; MRS. BOURQUE WINS VANCOliViiH, Sept. 15our- HUe, arrived In time lo lake part in tho second day's play In .tho llrlllsh .Columbia clay, court tenms and .won 'the set in played, defeating Mrs. "Igby, Vancouver, UT f> T IT VA Little Pal of Mine PLAY NAVY CUT CIGARETTES ;