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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1920 THE I.ETHPRIPGE DAILY HERALS m r REPORTS Finance lETHMIDQE GRAIN PRICES PficW paid today lor jri-.u in bridge, Iflfd lot; follow: I .31 Barter Rya 130 t'Ux l.M Wlnnlpej Grain Market 1 WINNIPEG. L Dae. _ Farther 10 thu bull side and by a scarcity of offerings. Assertions that the Halted States has already" cold for export nearly us much aa It safely cao, count- ed in favor of the Gossip vaa also current that Australia had made large sales, Opening which ranged from one to.eight cents higher, with December 165 to 170 p.nd March 157 to 159 -1-Z, were followed by rapid fluctuations, .with the average shown In the wheat mar- i about Cre -ceatB above yester- tel today, with a decided tendency to'dWs finWl- swine to'.the.'bolt side. The'market were firmer, Influenced by the advanced steadily after "the higher strength of other starting i-4 (Continued From Front for cub. Co ntldexable short r ing was in evidence. Tho cash el t oat Ion waamuch strong- Toronto Livestock TORONTO, Dec." (Dominion receipts 315; butch- er In all markets and. In steerfi, choice to oflncreaBed futdre prtcos, cash pre-! Calves, receipts 68. Veal steady mlonis, also advanced. The demand aQd unchanged. here was offerings Sheep, recelpis 1461.. Lambs noi and elevator companies again report- ed that farmers were showing a tend- yesterday. strong, 25 to 60 cents lower than Hogs, receipts 1558; market la un- I settled.- Prices' quoted at jester- for all decrease lu the total tonnage to he carried by express companies next year, and assured the board that the smallest Increase In rates ijhlch wouW enable-, the company to pull through would be 33 cent. It an increase we're dented toe express com- panlct they, would be unable to give the public an efficient service. Cost of Moving Express Technical details as to .the cost to the railways of the. movement of ex- press cars were furnished when the hearing of the express companies' ap-1 plication for Increased rates was re- SUZSCd by tuw niliWuy- Cvui- miss loners today. W. J. Moule; assistant comptroller of the C. P.'R'. was the chief witness by Hon. F. H. -examtned by. G. R. g the. city of Tor- onto. Mr. Moule put the present cost of moving a passenger car per mUe at 40.79 cents and an express car at 37.41 -cent's. t. By; applying adopted by the Inter-State Commerce Commission of the United coH of mov- ing. an express car pETr- mile would Uo 36.06 -cents. GREECE WARNED .LONDON', allied prem- iers !n 'conference today agreed, to send a noto to the Greek govern- ment declaring lhat restoration of Con- stantlnB to tho throne of Greece would be regarded as ratification by that country o( Constan'tiiie'e hostile acts, and would create n new and un- favorable situation lu tho relations betwoeu Greece and tho allies. ELECTION COMMENT OFFICIAL "DRY" COUNT SOON OTTAWA, Dec. The official count ot the recent ilqtior plebiscites in Manitoba, Alberta, Sag katehewsn and Nova Scotia Is eipect ed to be complete, and the retails noiinced by (he middle of next Mass ey-H arris vrill .ilant at Brandon. enlarge Mr. Jloula also calculated the cost Italian Warships Display of. Strength Before Has Only Troops TRIESTE, Dec. The' Italian fleet Eiationed at Polo, steamed up tho bay of Quarnero, manoeuvred in tho bay of-moving a freight car "per mile at.''jefore.Finihe oud then slowly passed slightly over IS cents. For'-the" first: very, close lo the month of nine .months of the_present' year, he bor, as In review.. The fleet stood out ency to hold, their grain: There food demand offering! are; winning light. Good advances were Made dur-1 WINNIPEG Dec ,-Wi -W in contrast to'd'Anaunlzo-s llttla fleet Brains'are'also in'good demand i L of one. dreadnought, four destroyers i i 9 i fitting on the cattle market During the hy and smaller craft, moored at the Fiume pats closed 1 1-3 to 1 34c higher, mbming was generally in'line with Mr.-Geary, the Question arose-as of d'Amiunzlo's soidters imrley 4 to higher, flax 9 to the clfte of yesterday, with all classes tho meaning ot the recent judgment i on tho.shore emptied their rifles at of steers being decidedly slow and given by Mr. Car-veil In the freight no casualties resulted, draggy. Fair to good 'quality femalejrates case, insofar as profits are-' con- bufcherB found a veaSy outlet. jferiied. The chief commissioner Inter- Election- Comment Vancouver World: "As returns now stand, the Oliver government can carry on in tte next the assistance of> such Independents as prefer to rive a general support to) the Government rather than prsclpt- i Ute another genera] election lu which their fortunes might not he the same.! Tho outcome Indicates a remarkable revulsion agatcat the party now in! power. years ago they were re- turricu' to "wltu 35 Out 61 iTi Victory Vancouver Province: "Mr. Is! in position the victory and there hnittlo "doubt that he will have authority to carry, out his policies. In- dependents are In a position to assert themselves and will wield a consider- able Influence on public policy. Labor candidates..far' exceeded the expecta- of 'politicians." U. S, WILL CONSIDER A TARIFF WHEAT higher higher., Quotations H.-.y 'i. May; .y and rye 4 1-8 to 7c f. s I yt mtu. up niiei- Tho sheep and lamb market remain-lposed to slato that terms The whole manoeuvre was part' of a dempiistratlon !by the Italian govern- ment for the purpose ol showing what 172 51 J4 Pecomber May .1. December' JJecembe.r 176% G2% 57% 83% ed generally firm with Uierclose of of the judgment the C. P.-H. was nre-iresources It had yesterday, good lambs reaching sumed' to be provided with reasonable! On land 'carabineers were taking up and good mutton, sheep .steady. I dividends upon the actual stock-issue.'Positions along the lino of demarca- r There was a. further decline of 26'Account-was not tafien of tho one cents on tho hog__markct', stocks being ton millions money Invest-1 ,-cVAiinunzto's ijoldiers who have b'eeu ed. In'.ths'O.-P.-R., but not coyered greatly stirred up by hia appeals for The-judgment, defense ot Flume, are taking tho disposed '.of at 513.50. Chtc'ago .Livestock CHICAGO, Dec. receipts 158 Cash Prices 204 214 165 everV had- ex Ko. 1 No.; 3 Nor... J SB >i No.1' 6 Nor.'-'..... Saskatchewan and Alberta.................17SW 2 O.W... 56% No. 3 C.W... 52% Bitra No. 1 feed No. 1 No. 2 Keed slow, early sales abpiit steiidy at week's sharp rte-. company, cliues; bulk native, steers" ?S.SO to light and.m'ediuui weight .veal 50 cents lower. Hogs, receipts. strong cents'highe'r-than yikterday's'averago. 12000; fat'sheep and No. 2 Nor...l30i4 lamhs strong to 25c hlguer. No. 4 Nor... 177V- 'New York Funds NEW ei- change steady; -demand ?3.48 -1-4; -the, -hope situation very seriously. Their there would ue some surplus lor is estimated 'at; about Including detached units of arlllicry, engineers, cavalry; gas battalions, air forces, armored' motor1 cars and ma- chine gunners. Track DARLKY-- N'o. 3 CiW.-.'.lOLsj Kecd Trick' '.V. 50% 52% cables f 3.49. Caniidian dollars 12 1-2 to 6-S: per Bar silver, domestic, 99 1-2; foreign v Edmonton Livestock 'EDMONTON, Dec. I receipts 139; calves No. 4 C.W..'. SO 30. t Market fairly active hut .'unsteady on 'co'mmbn' IS BARREN Excavate For His Remains Un- der Grand Opera Home, i- Toronto No. i N. Wi C: No. 2 CAV...'200.- Condcmue'd Track Kb. No, 3 C.W...169. .....'..204: i: 165 TORONTO, Dec. anthorir ties hero nre satisfied- that the -body wcuiuui. of Ambrose J. Small; missing since a fo JS.OO; year ago today, is not and-never was common to good 44.00 to J6.00; cHoice'] burled under the Grand Opera JAPAN PREPARES TO feNTER LINEN TRADE Japan Is planning to enter' the world's linbn was today bf S. Mori, of the Japanese flax; spinning cojnpany, limited, of Tokyo, Japan, who is here on his Way homo, after having made a world-wide survey ot.the flax-grooving Industry and spin- ning'mills.: The company; which .'he said, erected large ECin- ning mills In to. ?7.60.-.......... Chicago Closing.1 Prices Dec.- futures 189; 104 3-4. 71' Miv U v Cash Close bard 175; No. 2 mil- 'dALGART, Dec. receipts at .choice la'mts the stockyerda today since neon yes- yearlings' 281; hngs 570; sheep The market open-1 ert packers bid-i 'dlng( prices were steady. Steers top- litd to good at J7.25; heifers and cows, med-j gool JD'.pO'to J5.CO; good hulls! ?383: to Stockers and feeders, j medium to good ?5.00 to Calves, ed 169. to'17.00, 3 mixed 7l to 73; No. Hoje dropped with 400 sold yellow S3 to 85. at f 14.00 and COO still to'sell. 2'white' 49 to 50; No. 3 Montreal Stocks JIONTREA-U -'Dec. nothing o.fimpprtanco transpired on thn Innaf sloRVj-firp-hangft ing. Laurentido roao 3-4'to 92. Span- ish RlT'er remained, Eteaay and ua- S3 Grain Market CHICAGO, Dae. advances in the price' of wheat took placo to- day accompanied by'a' general'rush white 47 to 48. K.Y. Stoiks NEW YORK, Dec. ing .ngn this .morn-! C.P.R. 110 i-2; Steel' S2 Kingston has ajiplied .to the Onlarlo Leglslaturo for'a' 'special 'act to empt from.'laxstlpn for years some houses b'liilt'dur'ing (his year and next. "t-'. Bond Coupons Cashed Free The Merchants Bank all War Loah" coupons or interest cheques....... due, 'on presenUtioii, i.- without making any-charge whatever for the service. If yon .have not a Savings Account, 1 why not use your interest Money to open one with this Bank? MERCHANTS BANK OK CANADA. EsUblithed 1864, .CALGARY STOCK YARDS BRANCH, W. T. HOPKIRK, M.aitei. fUNPREPAREDNESS i i A bank account is an assistant fa character building. It establishes the confidence, independence and pride increases effort and paves the way to success. Open an accoaut to-day and be prepared, THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAtD-UP CAPITAL 3LBTHBRIDOE BRANOT-K. .W. Reikie, Manager. of tlie theatre, but a thorough search! failed to dlJcoTcr any trace ot tha missing man., "i experi- raw tipiis made under the auditoriu Including J. Patrick Do Weil I RESTRICTINQ, i >.C ADMISSIONi'JBECHANICS federal go.vernment'a to raise to the sum of money which mechanics artlsians and laborers must have In order to fort admission Into .Canada as Immigrants has arousec the Indignation of .Mayor of this city. Discussing-the.subject to- day, his worship expressed his-stroTig .disapproval, of the federal govern 'meat's .attitude. Th9 progress ol the .country depends entirely on the in'orenso of Its population, he main and if the natural means were 1 opt sufficiently rapid, Immigration i I yas'necessary, raid-with miles and ol to -waste for want of cultivation, it .was. foolish lo think of curtailing immigration. CHICAGO, Dec. 2. (Canadian E. Cora tho SASKATOON DRUG inUmalioiinl'livestock, hay and grain! opoTIPT p p shoiy today, tho event of the morning K. C. was Ihe- salo of the grand champion ;'M. P. OFFICER-ASSAULTED steer "Black Kuler" for J2.SSO. He weighed pounds and went to the WASHINGTON, Dec. flaelnj of a UrljT.'eri wheat .one .of Ih6''oubjects to be discuss-, ed oy the.agricultural committee of the senate the house when they meit'ln-jojnt this af- ternobn to'conjidtr possible relief measures for the agricultural sit- uation.-' Further'extcnslon of cred- its tq farmers..and amendment of the federal farm to per- mit chort tini's loans on cattle and Agricultural ''products also will be discussed as, possible expedients of relief. trade relations with Russia, It was said, also might be suggested. WILL RENT 1760 Acres Farm Land, Four Miles VniiJh nf I AthwuvA UUUlll Ul UC UUIl 560 acres under' cultivation, good pasture, over mile river front. Fine set of with and in Al condition. WILL SELL- 600 BUSHELS WHfeAT, 1500 BUSHELS OATS, 600 BUSHELS FLAX 'A' Full complement farm machinery. All or part of 40 head and SO cattle. See F OR PHONE 1106. More Tobacco lor the Money Canada's best the KftpVlY Package the second prize steer at Brandon, Police, Af T who Jiad lealined against men arrested stale or Indiana Is enjoying a !n wholesale raids, wns waylaid by three allefedd raderworld characlers Tho Homeo St. Jean, escaped I ivllhout Injury ami hfs threo assailants Iater by the police. f" g Tn S r" fc flrf r lowed rumors that friends of tho ar- 7 II oMhe dope ring hart of Denfleld. 6wom to "get" officers who had J. n. .lohnoton, Chatham, second; A. 3. Maynard, Chatham, sixth, and Al- bert Gilbert, Norfolk .seventh. C. D. Tlouori.i of Winnipeg, got sec- ond placing on Ills fotir-ycar-old Fdr- cheron stallion Monarch. PROPOSE x LOAN TO U, S. FARMERS WASHINGTON, Dec. loans of from government fnnds lo aid Ifnllcd Slates fnrmero (n the face- of.falling prices of their pro- ducts proposed by Senalor Hitch- cock, Democrat, Nehraska, In a liljl drawn todny after a conlci'enco wllli Oovernor' Harding, o? the federal re- serve honrd. Senator Hltcfibocl; plans to present Iho mcasuro when congreaa .meets next week. PROF. WILLING..DEAD SASKATCOM, SasX., Nov. Thomas Willing, professor ot nat- ural history In tho University of Saskatchewan slnco. Ha-establish-', hicnt, died tonight it his home, of j soplfc pneumonia, al the-age of 62, Prof. Willing had nn unrlvAllcd knbw- of the fauna ahd flora of tho northwest, and hail made a moat valu- able collodion of inaectg (or tlic uni- versity. WOULD BAR CRAWFORD IMMIORATION RESTRICTION i MEETS GENERAL FAVOR Dec, consensus of local shipping op- ff Inlon'ln regard lo the new or- 4> ilw-in-council regarding (ho poSBCBSion of a minimum ot ft ff certain classes cf Im- ft migrants when kmilinc in this 't was lhat nllhou.Kh tho ,r.ii8fng of the money qunilfica- 'i lion -would undoubtedly have a v defcrreiit effect upon west- WINNIPEG, Deo. Lindsay Crawford, rrcaltlent ot Iho Canadian ScIMJelormlnallon Lea- gue for bo prevented trow spoaklng hero December S, n delega'.T nmmu uusinees ino government tlon, claiming (o represent Win- was nevertheless, doing the nlucg citizens walled on Hon. right, thing, having regard- to Johnston, provincial unemploymert conditions tltls morning. Hr-.Tchnslon promised cnlly obtaining In Canada. lo take tho mqltor up with Ihe mual- 't plnol hound business Iho government cJpsl 8 Per Cent. Debentures 8 Per Cent Debentures Alberta School Districts OFFERING NOW Mliorizeil By Board PC'lie Utility Conissioiiers Maturities 10 to 14 years. All assets of districts, each compris- ing from to acres of land, protect your investment. Funds raised expended for edu- cational purposes, on school and equipment only on approval of the Minister of Education, to Re- corded in Department of Educa- tion. No chargeable to 'purchaser. Coupons payable yearly with an instalment of the principal. No investment safer or better. Ask your banker. These Debentures may be purchased through the Department of Edu- cation or through any recognized bank or bond house fa the Prov- ince of Alberta. -Address all communications to Deputy Minister of Education. HON. GEO. P SMITH, Minister of Education. Deputy Minister of Education. Parllamftdt.BuildliigB, Edmonton, Albcrla, ;