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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. DECEMBER 6, 1920 .THE I.ETHBfllpGE PAILY REKALE PAGE MARKET REPORTS GRAIN PRICES Prices paid.today for gran in Lelh. bridge, wagiw load lot> follow: Wheat'... .....___........J1.6R Oali Barley Rye Klax wheat had a decided bullish influence tbdaj- on the whea't'market here.- H had generally assumed previously that wheat shipments "from India would continue despite unfavorable reports as to food supplies in some districts. Advices of rams in. Australia, likely to delay harvesting, counted also as a .bullish' Influence. .Opening prices which ranged, from 1 to 2 3-ie higher, wllh December 173 to 113 1-2 and March 168 to 169 1-2 w'ero followed .33 .61 1.25 1.13 Winnipeg Grain Market WINNIPEG. Dec. local wheat market continued to BBOW strength, iiilr, ssd rarthsr-bis t -i were made. At the- close material further sains. future, were 'l% to 8c higher ami) Oats were firmer with other grains cash higher At the advance to-! W higher. May 52 l-t futures have gamed 62 1 2 aud continuing to harden about Z8c during the last lew daya I Canadian Exchange The cash wheat situation continued; NEW YORK, Dec dot stroaf'' The premium was still lars weakened this morning from Sat around for .No., 1 northern In; urday's cloEc'and wcre'quoted'at .noon (tare c Fort William for anything at a dlKOUit of '3 per'cent Slerl that could be 'oaded quickly Into Ing exchange MBS steady at 1-4 boats now waiting for cargo for demand and 4? for cables The1 grain markets were Montreal l.lvertcck thowtag a firmer tendency today, with Dec. rood advances recorded for aU grdas Branch receipts 866 butch sheep 25 cents, lower. Calgary Livestock CAIX3ARV, Dec. The market was dull and Inactive today. Receipts 'were: Cattle 231; calves 16; boss i sheep til. Butcher steers topped at 17.50; medium to good to 17.00; common 15.00 to JG.06. Heifers and cows, medium to good 55.00 to Good calves fC.OO to Stackers and feeders, medium to good {5.50 to to 15.25; good owes good limbs Hogs JM.Ou cars tor selects. Edmonton L.lvertoek EDMONTON, Dec..- Oats closed 1% to nigher bar ley 1'i to Hie higher flax 2 to higher and rye u to Si- higher. .Quotations! Dec .183 189W May 1S1 189ft Dec. 56Vi May 58X Dec, May Dec. er steers, common 00 to 50 Calves, .receipts ,143.; The common. quotation ou grass calves ia the cents. a: pound. Vealers are scarce, good veal J1300 to J1500 Sheep, receipts 2000; market much stronger; top Iambs ?13.GO; others Hogs, receipts 911; local butchers 209 221 170 Cath. Prices I Nor 207 2 Nor 3 Northern Other grades-not Quoted. Dec.' May 59% j bought .hogs for }I6.00. Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Dec. local slock exchange was.much stronger at its opening this morning and manj substantial advances wcro recorded from Saturday B close Abftibl hov, ever, lost a. point to; 57, but 'Atlantic Sugar opened two points higher at 25. Brompton gained a point to 58 aud Laurentide advanced half a point dur Ing the early trading to 94 12 as did National Breweries to oO 12 receipts 343; calves 22; Market inclined to bSjdraggy bill prices steady on good ;stuif. Heavy, butcher steers to common 14.00 to butcher cows and heifers {5.00 to choice would-bring more, common lo 14.50; cah-es to for choice and J5.CO to for 1 receipts t'i; prices uncertain; buyers bidding IK cars, Shes-p, receipts 26. 'Choice lambs ijSSOtofisO vearllngs 00 to OOj choice ewes' to Chicago Close" Dec. closo 1 red 207 to 20S; No. 2' red 207; No. 1 hard 1S8 1-4 to 189; No. 2 hard 187 1-2 to 185 3-4. 2 mixed 78 1-2; No. 2 :llcm SO to 81 Ii 2 white 51 to 51 3-5; No 3 while 50 14 to 51 Close Fuiurer 17S; March 175. 7S 1-2; May IS 7-S. 49 38, Mi> ..3 1 S New York Stocks NEW YORK. Dec. sales C.P.R. 115 1-8; U.S. Steel 82; U.S 172 168 .205V4 .200 Cofsquered Pfostration "la -the year 1310, I had AVnww .Prostfatian ia Jts worst foro; dropping from 170 to 115 po undj. Tkf hopt of mf recovery, and' medicine I tried until a friend induced ma to iiko to'incud. almost at once, and never had sach good health as I hate .enjoyed tho past c-ijlit years. Iain ttn'ir. mihml "FruH-a-iiivs" JAS. S. DKUJATY. At all dealers or sent postpaid by ves Limited, Ottawa. Steel preferred 3-8. (Continued from front page.) 71 dorl rosa a point and a half to Io3 1 2 omce Spencer Cardston Mayor (From Our Own Corrosuomleht) CARDSTON, Dec. Spencer. KJo'r" a fonner major a-ain piaced Track, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and 76% Alberta 189% OATS- 2 C W 3 C W Other grades not quoted. Track 3 C W HOW 4 C TjV Feed ,......i. IN W C SOW 209V4 3 C W Condemned Track No 2 C W Toronto'.- Livestock Dec. 6. (Dominion receipts 2711 but cher steers; choice (10.00 to Calves, receipts 172; trade slow; while Spanish River did even better by advancing to 91 1-2 Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Dec '6 (Dominion Livestock Brarieh.y-Hlecelrjts were 2200 cattle, 290 hogs and 500 Btieep. opened stronger with sales being taailB fully 25 cents higher than1 the week-end close All classes female stock were in good demand with a wider Inquirv for steers Good mutton sheep rns.Se from 00 ail> opposit'o The other nominations were C. Tesfcey and the.three retiritig m'eni' bcrs of the'town-cluocil. D. Me- Ka-, George Harper aid Chas Mes were, rc-elqcted by acclama tloiuat the nomiRaiions here today'. MesEri.' Suyder, -FolK and McKay, .retiring members of the school hoard wer'j acclamation A roliricg member, will Une to contest his election with C W; Thompson- nominated in opposition, i Contests iri' Cafgary CALGARY, .Dec'. elections here are marked ,by a hot fight.be- tween Jhe candidates for city commi; t oner J the present In and A. G. Broatch, an alder- man, the latter endorsed by the Galgary.'bninch of'the Dominion labor partjv.A thirdTnbmina'tioii for the at Dee-'was mado-, jpdayj'-AngQS Smith, civil engineer, comlhgMn as a "dark horse.' v ntiininatioiis.liave been made for-lhe'post of mayor, Aidermsn S. H Huttle .178% .17314 172 to lambs J9.50 to Select hogs Bold from to Bar Silver NEUr YORK, Dec. silver, domeetic 9.9 i-2; foreign 58. Chicago.LivcEtock to he Y. Card W II Gild well, M. A. Coombs, W. H. Steed, John j Adams: and Ox-Alderman I. G, Holmes Four for Mayor School to ho st'oOSE JAW. Dec; 1 F Pirrhh S W H C j tod occasioned more interest thai- Phipps Gerald S Brown Fl'zabelh there lias been shown in civic eleo Stacgoolc J E Hunt S H Nelson t'o-B for some'jears Four candidates Hoslipal One 'Alderman C: H. Doyd] Win. Gardne C. Cahomi'and A.-R. Lea'dbetter. Woman Tor Trustee. (From OL.. BOW ISLAND. Dec. women are In the field Cor schr.ol trugtco here W G Ross an Alehnan R.; were nomlnatei for the mayoralty. Nominations' for .aldermen are. a folio- s Jos Alejander V m Me The nominations for W. S. A. Watsoi were: j W. E-Steshenson, Jamilton, F to be M C Bmg iam Hugh Korlson junior C Hrntlon, W. A. Bateman, George Cal der and Feme. School to be elected DeC receipts i_Mrs Ncllio Rolfo Air, L S Verts, f Ramsey Dr S A Berkley Alei K F Jackson Alexander Baker Tor school H We lirston llrs Wm Alien J A. Ronm Prices abbut lower than last to 60 cents higher bulk nat.e'steers Retd J f R nteep receipts WHh a good g JS W K l m run of lambs market 25 cents lower cents higher, bulls mostly 25 cents Hogs receipts 2000 There Is a higher veal calves Blow to icwer stronger tons in the hog ma-ket. Fed Hogs receipts 49 000 active 10 to and watered selects to 41525 15 cents lower, bulk pigs 10 Chicago Grain Market to 15 cents lower CHICAGO Dec that! Sheep 34000, fat Iambs 60 India wonld be a heavy importer of to 7o cents lower than Friday, fat MarEPrel H t A -row Cliik Rer I. W K 1 For colleglat 11" Z-on 'Mrs Wn A "jjonnd, A W Conle-t in Raymond H P Reid (From Our Taber Corre nt) or separate school RAYMOND Dec 1 "MifdocV and J R Kelly i mr> onlty coTlest De Vcc Fjr Cobnb g school oolf school principal and Johns one and H Johnstone Prominent Western Man Praises Tanlac Brimlmll nomimted todi pGr. At Pincher Creek the offlce Other nomination'' wera frrom Our Own Correspondent) to bo el PiNCHBR Dec George E. Cnrrl, Leii. a'brjs for councillors: Ii. Watso Hardy and Clarence AUred. Ii RhDoes.. W.R- Lees, A. JIcMurd School u> be pk led H A Colcolf for council thre U Bert Kin Sim and U tj elected B iNildcr rur Semrsle Drew flayor "llrlo A- in ier (acclamation! Dec r- vo o n-.iton i 1 irt 'c three ret' Mas ottered to T A Rir'c arj he 13 ng re-elected accl therefore -e elect d bv icclarrution Ha on W Dr J J Gllle Other nrrn -r" and v; itoss j: .Dos-cabcrry holds office hr V iTprklfv T r SneacerJent.iher.t2rm Jnmca.Mr-ldnim Md C. W. Sloildarfl. School bs elected. C.' Jensen, M P. Foraylho, T Steele and'..O. A. Woollcv. by Own TAISKR. Dec. I.'s decision to at th3 requeat of tho electors. 10. II. Vic'tery today re-elec'cfi by acclamat'on Re- tiring members for the counc 1 were Pprteous, Mclioberts R2 firing.from tlie.school hoard Birch, Walker, Sneddon. c i Nominations tor A Por- teous, J. n. Wilpon, J. ia.'llvan'nn T. A. Sundnl, W. .Gklmfiir. for two year terms. For school H.' Frowso. Dr. ilainman. E. WnlUcr-Gcnrge Birch. (T. Sncddon, 1. L. Ilolr.iani j J. J. HouriRan retired from the Mini- owing to pressure ot bua'ness, mak- ing four to 'bo elected to that boiiy. At Claresholn> rs. Kirk, on Labor Titket, Gfcfs Seat in'Ward Three- Still Counting Votes WINNIPEG, Dec. Jessie Irk, Is a member ot Winnl- leg's cjty council for 1921 and U the rst.. woman1, to bold such: offlce th Is city.- Completion of the count In 'art for the .three candidates to i elected .for two-year terms put ra. Kirk, among tha winners today, i B, other successful tacdldatcs are ho mas J Boyd and J. A. McKerchar, otn of whom ran on the cket. Krnest Robinson, __tt f V NOBAILEOK DOUGHflT TORGXTO. Dec. who was arrested in Oregon City, awl brought to Toronto to stand trial charges ot conspiracy- to -kidnap brose J. Small, the missing theatrical magnate, and ot the theft of in bonds, was arraigned In the court here today and remanded for a week without bail. labor Suggests Commercial Agree- ment, With Germany as Salvation of .Country WARSAW, Dec. only salvation from the present depression arising from her Is a commercial agreement with Ger- many, says a memorial presented the Polish cabinet by I-aitislns Grabskl, who recently resigned as minister of finance In this statement which has uu caused a nensallon In political and j culminated Saturday ..night with the; robbery at tha point of a revolver ot two Chinese laundries.. Two other. Daring Holdups ioEdmonton EDMONTON, Dec. seriei of daring holdups in all parts of the city financial circles, M. Grabckl contends ember In last', year's council, efeated. Tho elections were made under roportlonal representation, and the ImiDatioir.of ,the 'low? candidates ected In turn McKerchar Boyd and rs Kirk The (Count ,sor has elected tha illowlng to thS council: Ward' Ir-AIdermnn He rbert Gray, Iderman J. Kr.'Sparling, Wm. Doug- all candidates on the citizens' eket Ward A. McKerchar and homas Boyd, ,bor. Ward There are still to be elected a one- ear man for Ward other lembers for Ward 3 No'-progress has been made in the for school trustees. citizens' that until such an understanding. Is effected Poland cannot begin proper' -citizens'; Kirk, A. Heaps, labor. TOM SEATS Winnipeg1 Lab or Members Like- ly To Be Released From Jail in Time WINNIPEG Dec Ivens, John Queens and George-Armstrong, strike leaders sentencedrt6 sprve one year in jal: in will.rirobably be released In Ime "seats to .which they ivoie at the last election before the closing ot louse It was announced that If their good conduct continued too ttve strlk" lead .which includes. ;thi aboye'-nientloried men "and W. A'.'Prit chard Johns will he re- leased March 1 Maxini.Lambert and his tine, of 'Podksuefile'lsland. N. B., wenl fishing ago'and have no: been Been since. ly her re-construction, program Germany, at present Is holding ,np einofts to Poland by way of pressure" to Induce the latter to make cbncas- :orridor This question, is under he Polish, anrj German missions. The Germans do- ire free use of the 'railroads across his with East Prussia and Germany per. In certain district's ,of Upper ilesia, where there Isfa shortage', o't mining machinery, tbe Germans'refus- ed to sell, knowing, that .such ina cannot be obtained In Poland and hoping to influence the-Impending plebiscite there In Germany, A new co'nie Into April 30 next, will require 'Montreal citizens to endorse cheques' for at 'eaut 2s pe- cent of the stun due to the Income Tax Collector with ihelr relume holdups of a somewhat similar in which the descriptions of the young desperadoes tallied, were carried out Thursday and Friday nights f young men ranging In age from 21 ii have been arrested by; DetectrVft: Sergeant 'Gillman 'and Applaby. WON'T HANG WOMAN Dec. of death Inv posed on Sarah Jackson Fort Satkatchewin has been commut- ed. She was to have been exe- cuted on December '2f. Dally aerial mall service between Chicago and st Paul has been Inaug- urated. OU dint wot to faSa with an nkerated throax or inflamed toniila, You doa'l want tobe boihered with a u ill day and that you awake Bight. You'don't wast to bed for months with, pleuniy or f DOMINION B. Q. TABLETS are ounce of prevention that prevents a cold from developing into tonuUitii. or pneumonia. {These tatleu 'contain Curara, Bromicle and Quinine in pleasant form) are mildly laxative, relieve headache and :Hysawiih lo leqi atobee 'neuralgia; and break up a cold in a ihpt a conch is a dangerous inndions few hoiin; disease, which ihoald be dregptts jell Hopped at iti very NIONCB.Q. and not tOowed to develop {wEglgBJiHHk tiUt on hiving them, into anything more Knoua, TdnBlBSigsSs _. fcy An of prevention U National Drug and Chemical indeed worth many pounds of cure, in the of a cold., Company of Canada, Limited. At Edmonton TTTOfON'TOX, 1 cv.ubtates. were nominated for th Vtoeii vacancies 'of the council an J board today y.'heii nohiinatio I cto.'fd tor the .municipal election on hence .foyr- mayoral carjdl'Iates and the alclerriianlc con- than ever, prospects fof c.i'npalgu, waVmer than any fin KJr-ionton's history, were revealed. The? ouirictte In tlie mayoralty con- Clark, nominat- ed ov Doin'.nlou labor.parly and re flection for a third term; M Dilggan. endorsed -.by the proirressive league; J. Mc- r Knight DlcXson and G. W. Logan, Peabody, Kansas has completely restored tny1 health ani) I feel finer than In was the straightforward state- ment; made recently by Mr.. George W. of Peabody, Kansas, one of thei most 'prominent stock-dealers ill the Middle West. "It'has not only made a new man at mo, but I havo actually Eainod thirty-Jive pounds In weight and foil M well as I over did in my life. 1 iny friends about Tanlac bnt (ney can seo for them- what it has dona In I began; taking TanlaC wiu in an .awfully run-down condition. I-.was away In weight, felt weak. and neryoiii of the time and Interest in rarwork1 My main trouble was indigestion. Nothing seemed to agrea with me. At times I would have dizzy spells and at other times my back, would ache so bad thai I hardly get up and down in my clialr. Thin IB fust tho condition 1 was in when I started to take this medicine. It look just six bottles to mako n well man of me. 'I now have n fine dppctltc, everything tastes' and my digestion b perfect. "My troubled with indigestion at times and It relieved her the same way. You may publish my statement wherever you like and if anyone doubts It, luat tell Ihem to see me." Taniac, IB sold in by J D. Co.; Limited, Drug- CLAHESIIOLSi. Dec., llona For Knig'.it, W. RlnBrpno, For 11. .Watt, Plilllp Hood. George Parney, Chao. Ronlnln, Thoa, Guy. i For school Ilolnioa. ii. 0. iiasian, R. K. Peck. Ilobt. Mc- Millan and fleo. Barber.1 Acclcmalion nt Nanton NANTON, Dee. tho ninth successive year iho Nantdn town elec- tion baa been made: by acclamation..- Tho results Icday Were as follows 0, E. McKecce. Councillors for two O. Eb- lert, D. ArclilbaM, 11. F. Silibell. Councillor (o fill .iiiiexpircil term of Dr. MoKeege, oho fl. Eck6rl, (retiring mayor.) Contest at Coleman (From 'Our 'Own Uorriupomteiit) COI.BMAN', Dec, will liavc elections! in all departments next Monday. Following arc the nomina- tion a For -C.. JlcConald, Ed- mund Disney. >'or Dan Mobres, Ed. McDonald, J.-A. McDon. aid, Alcr. Enston, John Dlnny, Jaa, Fairhural. Four to bo elected. For school Ellznijolh Ixinsbury, Mrs. Marjorlo McLeod, Alex. Cameron, W. A, Itaysom, Wm. Anlrobus. Three to lie elected. .CarmanOay Re-elects T.eskiy (Special to Tho Heralii) IMC, W; Doc. 6. Premier t ami Hon. C. R) Mitchell will OUawii for a conference with r Arthtir Meighcn ;and other rr.crtt on Dec. !5, when resources problem will be lilt} and finally probed. Word.hiiy liccn rcce.Svtd (rpm the prlmr; minister, In response to a tele gram penl jilm some lime ago Ibal on Daccmber ISlli at 3 o'clock In the Mlernoon .he would be 'ready to seo (hsm The provincial treasurer-'will nc company the in the case 0' the .'Atlierln dclcgnllon to O'ltnwa, and It. i? agsnmod that .olhcr proviucca will follow Hie same-, Mf MitfeMI -will-lake a fill statement of tho financial situation and'will represent in'particular, the Interests ot the provincial treasury. ANOTHER BANK FAILS IN NOUTH DAKOTA B1BMAHCK, X. Dec. Cit Iztns' Bank Kdgcly and (he Slate Bank of Nortonvillo, closed their door., lodny, accordlne to word received by L. nl.ato. bank examiner This brjngi! .tho total of recent ban] 'closures reported bere'tp 22, all 01 ft'cctfant'of deplete J. reserves. f Joseph aged fO, o( St. Rom died whllC'hunting, rttirlng to rclaljvc3 at St. Michel da PRINCE ofWALES CHEWING TOBACCO Canada's staridaid sirtoe 1858 SKATES C.C.M. hcafc trcatAient gives glan-hard nmnlnf; edge combined with a tough core whlcli mattes blodes practically unbreakable. Heavily nickel-plated over copper to prevent rmt, Maiit In Canada by Chnmpionn The famous won the Olympic Amateur Hockey World's Championship at one eiception used Automobije 'Skates. The entire 'American Olympic Team, winners of wcond place, T.tte ?lso equipped with Automobil: Skates. Made of Spedal Automobile Steels ;