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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS Grain.---Livestock---Finance WINNIPEG, opening lu line with yesterday's close. The weaker this moraine, the future wheat I trading was active for all good butch- fflirket showed considerable- strength I er sluff. Choice quality outcher steers due to buytog by commission houses.' Later on, when.this demand, hid been satisfied, prices receded somewhat. Around the opening them were glens of hedging salea, but at the reduced premiums, which were balag Quoted at 2 ceals less than yesterday, offer- ings of cash wheat -were not liberal. In the coarse grain jnarkejs some strength vas displayed, but owing extremely small offerings, trading ot a light weighed if from to choice female trutcbers made JS.QO to J10.00; choice feeder sleere ranged froui {S.OO to (3.50, with cholcft slock- ervia alto sent to Secretary of Labor Wilson saying that the mine work- ers stood rtady.to meet the raotte teparately or Jointly. President of France Resigns Is Talk In Paris Deschanel Said to Have Placed 'His Resignation in Prem- ier Millerand's Hands rtsighation pre'sl- dtncy. This letter Is alleged to be in the possenior of the premier, who is uld to be awaiting the settle- ment of various diplomatic ques- tions before acquainting the coun- try with the withdraw- al. Well Informed however, Inilct that President desehanel will not return to Elysee Palace. probable s'jcceuor Is being dhKUssed by the politicians.- The Munitions Board plant at Smith's Falls, has been purchaEed by L, J. Hastings, Braotford, who la dbmanUing the buildings.' Peopli DTOTK le prefer pOt proTkied prompt teA lavya perfonimcv proves promive. Pub n, need by people over the globe oil have the Itrgcttalr of any-medicine ti thewortdl BEECHARTS PARIS, official denial has been Iwuad by Palace of published by provincial and widely circulated In Paris, that President Desehanel at the request of Prem- ier Mlllerand, hai tendered a letter McClaryl5 Make good stoves and Cooking utensils. Henry .Adams in Binder When B Horses Frightened Sept. Adams, a Vnican was killed on Monday last wbile engaged lu'proceeding to a flsld of grain with hla binder. Ho was passing through Hf gala when his horses became frightened ?nd shied, throwing him seat In front of tie'blnde'r. The'horses ran away and Mr. Ada'ras was dragged for a dis- tance. Tho deceased was fatally in- jured and died In about four hours. STANDS 'NO FOOLISHNESS Sept. Gavin Daffy, so-called amhassa- dor of the Irisli republic to .France, has been hours by the I'Vench government in which to leave it wag officially stated here vi VAU DOU Fast Air Flight Record In East Capt Johnson Negotiates Ot- tawa-Camp Bordcn Journey 'in Hours .OTTAWA Sept Borden. a distance of approximately 300'miles, with two passengers) In hours. Captain ,G. 0. 'Johnson of the Canadian Air what is prob- ably a record for rapid transportation In' Canada. The same journey' iv (rain means leaving Ottawa at'l'o'p'in "and it all train' connections are'm'ade and the train.arrives ing at Camp Borden at one o'clock IheVeit afternoon. Plying n Bristol, Col. Scott, direc tor of civilian flying, accompanied ty Cantaln Johnson In a D. H. 9 made the Journey from Camp Borden to Ot (awa in three hours, and on the re turn to Camp Captain Scot and'hjs two passengers covered the same distance iu half an hour less Ottawa at p.m. the party arrived at the .hangars of..Camp Bor- den in lime for dinner at G o'clock. The time for the journey Is looked upon as a record for Canadian flying. RACE RIOT AMONG r LONGSHOREMEN; WHITES MAKE ATTACK ON BLACKS ;J.NBW than white'-a'nd negro longshoremen engagedVin' a pitched battle at Pier 5Q; today, which required police reserves from virtually all pre- cfncts-'along the waterfront to quell. I ;A nnmber of whiles and blacks were arresle'd as ringlenders of op- posing forces niter several wounded had been removed to hospitals. light storied when one thou- sand wrille'longplioremon reporlcd, for their day's work at ttie SouMiern Pa- j clflc pier and found 600 negroes un- loading a vessel. In the brilliantly III Dall-rSbm, the woman who'is the favorite ia the woman who is irdwldual. 'A few drops of Mavjj Per- fume arid a liftht film of face N 'powder yob aoMi- tional Your individu- ality will be striking bccauso women choose Mavis. The charming of Mavis perfnrne gentle touch of face'powder will make you truly IRRE- SISTIBLE, Ir r Q s s t i b 1 Q I SELt YOUNQ GIRLS IN CHINA FOR TEN DOLLARS PEKING, Sept are celling otrls Ir) famlne-rjdden dis- tricts south of Peking, 'accardlpg to advices received today. Girls 10 years .old have been sold for TiO, ti