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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta S WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1920 THE I.ETHPRTDGB. DAILY HERALD PAGE FWR MARKET REPORTS LETHBK1DOE GRAIN PRICES paid today for gram In Leth- bridge, waton load lots follow: Orta Bariey ,.....................64 Sye 1.25 1.79 Winnipeg Grain Market WINNIPEG, Dec. a better undertone' evident today, the wheat market did hot a drastic de- iia "Aftef-'tlio opening good 'support developed at tho lower and prices showed of 181 3-4-for the for both Decem- ber and Hay, closing at 1 5-S to 2 l-2c .the low at 175 3_-4 for both TheVcash Bituation sllll continues arid abnormal. There heavy demand; but offerings continued small, although. better than' Bier- day, aM were nof'eipected to amount to more than a quarter million bush els, million could easily, be worked .The..premium re- mained at 18'cents over December for .The trade ta coarse grains continues yery light with a steady undertone All coarse.grain futures closed higher .Pals.5-8 ld.7-8e higher; barley 2.1-4 lo 3 1-lc higher; flax Ic higher and rye Id higher. Quotations WHEAT-r OATS-- December May Open. Close 180 6314 E7TJ 178% 178? 54 o l-2c May to 3 1-S and then tending downward. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Dec. Branch.) today were' 960 cattle, 490 oes and 800 sheep: Bidding on all lasses of she sleek was generally teady with yesterday's --close leers were. slower Good; to choice killing steers made from J7.25 to iulk feeder steers to good 'eal calves to 18.00.' The Bheep and lamb market was steady, koou niuiioirweiKiiuns; to The hog market opened 60 cents higher, packers bidding for selects. -.'-.i Edmonton Uvettooek EDMONTON, Dec. receipts 146; caives 18. Market fairly active. Steers 25 to SO cents stronger. Choice butcher steers wllh 'good'ones 56.00 to 17.00; common (4.00 to choice cows and heifers around common to 50; bulls to feeders 56.50 lor lie good Quality stuff and i to fo: common; calves to Hogs, receipts'nil; selects off ars. V Sheep, receipts 006; heifers'and cows ?nd Saturday of this ium to good common 'w eek the for. sleeken medium community good road effort, and all men with teams and men -who handle a-shovel are asked to Friday and Saturday-of This Use of Fine December Weather (From Our Own Correspondent) MAGRATH, Dec. 8. Pine December weather has decided the men ot Ma-; grath to have a "road bee1' similar, to tho successful one held four or five jears ago when the only 'really good' Makes Hot Attack On League Plans Formafion of. Technical Com- missions Would Put League In Grip otEurope GENEVA; Dec; proposed for the formation of the technical or- ganizations of Iho League of Nations, leaitag with finance, health and trans- lOrlaliOH were sharply allacked at nt tStt Newton Wesley Rowell. of the Canadian delegation.' These plans, the Canadlau representative contended, tended to take sucbLorgauizatIons out the hands if the influence'of Eu- rope, through the impossibility of tho nou-Buropean nations sending their best niea to three or four conferences "Fifty" thousand Canadian soldiers unddrltho sod is the prlpe paid-fof Ihe European statesmanship which drenched the continent In Rowell cx- Mr.'Howeli's eije'rgellc intervention In'the took the assembly by surprise. Most :of the European dele- Bales gave of recovery from their astpuiEliment as. the Canadian delegate coUcludbd, but he was warm. lV-applauded from all the olher benches. Debate on the "subject bad been open- ed by, Dr. Nausen of Norway. It was jased'on of the committee on technical organizations. Dr. Nan- sen Inslsled upon-tho necessity of co- operation in-, tb.ese' organizations by countries hot members-ot the league. HjS: called attention to the participa- tion of hon-memberfi In previous finan- cial Consulta- and pointed lo [Substantial .'the work of repatriating'prisoners'ot war.. Replies to Rowell After Mr. Rowell spoken Gab- rlele Hanotaux of-France took Ihe floor and -replied to Mr. Roweli's criticisms. These, the French representative a'rgu- WON'T ABDICATE LUCERNE, Dee. Constantino will not relinquish his claim Greek throne In favor of his 'son George, H wis declared today by Professor Streif, adviser of tine here.'.'. The Greek people want Con- ttantine so badly that his abdi- cation probably would cause a re- volution In .Greece, Prof. Strtit added, r TO MEET IN FEBRUARY Dec. 8 dlan will probably dpeu In tbe first week Of 'FfVjuary--.' A definUe 'dato 'has-not', 'however, yet been determined, i. Big Four Hockey League Will Not Probe the Patrick Charges o- Change of Front Announced by ted to Pres. McCaW-Press D6 mands Clean Up work ever done on Magrath's main to gocd to ccmm'on to ?5; Bond calves to J6.SO; good wethers choice lamb's cominbn Hogs, no sales for sclectK off cars.? bid Chicago Llveitoek CHICAGO, 10 000; beef steers steady' to stronger; bulk 25 cents lower; .bulk light and neflium weight vealers, strong to 10 infs higher'than 'yesterday's 'aver- gravel pit at oh The women of Magrath are golngrto do their share. At noon each day. the. Women's Institute :will serve dinnej. to the workers at the hall. Thus the "whole will be interest- native steers; the roafe road on the Lethbrldge-Cardslon Irail, and- Magra'-h citizens are determined to remove this stigma" from their ed, should niado In commit- tee. Delegate Miller of Australia, sup-, porled RowGll.i He warned Ihe as- sembly .thatj.a oblige the governments' to take'part in the work- ing'.of these organizations and that it'had no means ..under the covenant tiVmeet'the expense oft them. jGustavb Ador of--'Swilzerla'nd, ex- plnliicd that It ;waB proposed to set up .organizations with consultative ;ihe assembly losing none, of its ppweis'in .so doing. Robert Cecil said he thought Mr.-Rowell in tliinkinz the .organizations woald: fall under the control of Europe.: All the world must csfpperate in all the-league'stwork, inter- pretatipii' of his as' an attack upon European.slalesmen, Mr.sRowcH .saiji not so infend them, and ihat delegate so.construed his remarks he'had no liesi'tatiqn in with- drawing, his words. age; pigs ateady to46 cents, lower.. Sheep, fat.lambs 15 to 25 cents-lowp.r. Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Dec: lit'tle of Importance transpired' on the local considerable.-: strength to the ;Wh'eatj stock exchange during the first ha'lf market today but a reaction soon tonk 1 honr this morning' and with the ex- place.' Selling, in houses with Iceptton of a few fractional changes eastern connections were conspicuous, I prices for the most part'remained proved soon lo be rnore than a coun- i around yesterday's closing levels, tor-balance for the bullish factors Abitlbl gained1 1-2 point during the community. which had developed overnight. Bears cotiuiided that urge-lit pt wheat in the United Stales was Bearing an end and was likely, to be followed by re-selling. Opening'quo- from 1-4 to 2-1-4C 171 1-2 to 17S and March to 110, wcra suc- ceeded by breaks to well tolow yes- terday's flnfsh. chiefly by tho action of other grains, starting 1-Sc oft early trading .to .while Atlantic Sugar lost a half point -to 24. N. Y. Funds NEW YORK; Dec: 8-Canadlan dol- lars 13.3-4 per cent, discount. Sterling exchange firm'at 3-4'for demand, and 1-2 for cables. N.Y.''Sugar NEW YORK, Dec. sugar market continued its downward treed today with centrifugal quoted at 9.32 a pound, tbo lowest price'of the sea- as to the BEST CORN RAKES when you have your first taste of Figures That Absentee Vote Will .Overcome Lead in Cran brook VANCOUVER, Dec. re- turns from the tour remaining polls. In Atlin give B. Kergln, a lead of 77. The totals aro rKergin, 308; Ross, Conservative, dependent, 231. Tho parties "thus stand: Liberals Cciiservatlvea >end_ents and Labor 7. f- .Count of :tne 'absentee vote .may change this standing. Supporters of- T.-D. Cavan, Conservative, In Craii- irook, are confident that the absented ole will wipe out Hon. J. II. ead of 14 and elect Cavaij; ami friends of Independent, In Atlln predict big ultimate election in Allin. V These flakes beaora dis- tinctive name because of tlveir distinctive They are meant to-and do excel in every -way POPULAR CORN FLAKES IISfCANAIJA Sold by grocers everywhere! Made by CanatenPostum Cereal b.arrassment his frailkifess'h'ad prpduc- od In certain parts of the'aEsemhly aud tievwas. applauded afrer. .proposing adjournment ,of tho debate uulll to- morrpw; order to enable further study .for the purpose, of cpnciiiating the divergent-views. Bans Military Term :.GENEVA, "Dec. be- tween the technical organizations ol the-', Lcaguo of .well as Ihos.eV brtweeri the conncll and as sembly was considered'today by dele Sales' to the assembly meeting here. It'was expected the .discussion of the.scopo and powers cf. ibe military riayai1 and aerial commission nilghl connection it: may have with the league's international forco hat'is being sent to supervise the ileblscjto in Lithuania., On one oc. lasion .Lord .Robert Cecil, rOmjSoulh Africa, referred to this bmmission as "a This appol- atfon, however, was distasteful to many, delegates who. don't caro to en- cp'prigp the. Idea of militarism of the eague.' ALCOHOL NOT SAFE NAVY COMPASSES- Dec. 'rep'alrft to. navy-compasses have been necessary during the past year by reason of the fact that the'Instruments have been broken open for tho alcohol they contained, says the alcohol report of the superintendent of the naval matte public today. (Continued from front page.) poses to'yield A federal license lax of fifty cents per horsepower on the uso of motor cars lo yield An additional sales (ax on aulomtv bilDS (olher than Irucks and wagons! and motorcycles and molor car cessories to yield A 10 per cent, additional lax theatrical admissions to yield 570, Additional natcu (axes on cigarettes cigars, tobacco, candy, chowlni gum, toilet soap, jewelry musical instruments'and motion pic lure films are proposed lo make up thi balance of tho amount. :Thc present maxlmtini rato Is fy per ee'nl on Incomes of but Mr. Honsfcj velops the fact that almost one-flflh ol tho paid: out was with federal con- trol'anil the guaranty of earnings for the' railroads. Only one department of the war depart- more than was'used In connection wllh the carriers. The war department's total, tho record shows, was against for Iho railroads. gns and colds I sneezes and sniffles Jquickly yield to BAUM SENGljE The rtlitf iimoi t nitifj-ini ind ,V torclrtining. Of S'JBSTiTOTBf C. meeting by Alberta delegate, Leroy Chown. calls on tha Big four to clear itself of th? stigma that has been placed upon it and openly alleges that the hockey league Is trying to throw dust la the CALOARV, Dec'. Elg Four eyes of the public. T ha' Morning Al- Hockey Leaguo definitely announces bertan editorially a slmilai that It will not hold' an" inijulry into stand and insists: that the Big Foui the charges mada Frank Patrick clesa ap the-iltu'atloa. Genera! Mc- and referred to It Donald, president 'of the .Alberta branch of the Amateur Union branch of the A. A. V. C. Is In Wlnhl- of Canada. The president, A- SJcCaw, peg. Joa Driscoll of with of the Dig Four intimates that this McDonald and Chown will represent change of front was occasioned by. the Alberta at .the meeting of the A. demand that statutpry.decla'ratWns ac- U. C. this week. Mrs. Eliza Das Kelt aspires to be .the' _________________ ________, first woman to pccapy a mayor's chair It Is not inp Massachusetts and Herald In a prominently displayed two herself as one of'tbo fire candidates column article, submit-, at Atlleboro, Mass. company Ihe evidence..-: Ho'.'clalnis.lhat the Big Four has no com- pel Its players to testify don't understand why I should be so tired in liiornings." ti EE you of ten that way 1 for months I have felt every mcrniag.. And it in not because I do not go to bed early do you well. Lota of nights I lie avfake'-for hours, restless and fidgettjr, thinking about everything, but not resting or sleeping." "Have you consulted a 'Yes. doctor says I am anaemic; thb Wood ia thin and watery, arid the ner- vous 's'ystem run down for want of proper nutrition." "Are yoil taking any i, "No, not now; he gave me some tablets to rnake me sleep, but I had to keep on taking them, and I could not see that they wenS ofxany lasting benefit. I don't like druggring myself that way." don't you try Dr. Nerve whereas 'what I need is soraething tp'eri- blood." Well, that is exactly what Dr.' Chase's Food .does. It is only by enriching, L the blood' that you can restore exhausted '.Terhapsf should try it. would if I were you, for t knoW it is wonderful the way it helps some peofjle Vvho are anaemic.and generally run down in health." have no appetite, you know, and do eat does not seem to go to trw Imprpveirient'of the blood. When one'gets in that condition it is most discouraging. This_ Is .why, I have siich blue days some- timea, and I do hope' the Nerve Food will help, sure you will not be' disappoint- ed, and if I were you' I would not lose a day' before 'getting started with this treaf- "I don't know just why, unless it is cause I thought it was only for 'tt-.: Chase's Nerve Food, 50 cents a box, all dealers, or Edmanson, Bates Co., 'Ltd.; J.Toronto: Look for the portrait and .signature of A. W., Chase, M.D., on .boxjyou'buy, niiiiniiiiiuiiiiimni of WALES CHEWING TOBACCO Canada's standard! since 1858 ;