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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1920 THE LETHBJRJDGE DATLY PAGE FIVE. MARKET REPORTS LET HBRIDGE GRAIN PRICES Prices paid today for grtin In Leth- bridge, wagon load lots follow: Wheat Oats .Barley iiy'e Flax .31 64 1-25 1.73 Winnipeg Grain Market .WINNIPEG, Dec. Aiter opening higher today the local -wheat market quickly lost strength and further de- clines were made In sympathy with American weakness.; The volume- of business .was 'not Urge, shippers were nbt'bii the buying side at the aliening flsures as they were yesterday and lack O. W. 5SH 3 C. W. Ex. No. 1 Feed 1 Feed 49 3 Feed Track i 3 C. W.....f9SVi' 4 C. >V. Rejected and Feed Track 62 Vi SI 46 54 cs 1 N. W. C. 2 C. W, Condemned No. 2 C. .213 ,3'C. 217 ,17? ..217 .ICO Chicago Grain _ CHICAGO, Dec prices of this support helped to Bend values downward today. atteir a do a i) closed He higher BtreBEth at the Btart Initial .lower; ,and cash lower. higher to Tha 'situation appeared a lit- tle 'easier (oday. The demand for No's. 1 and 2 northern was Bill! keen wilhjpremlums unchanged throughout the morning' at 18 'and 1C cents over for spot. Offerings were not' heavy. The coarse grains continued steady "a Tery light trade In both cash and futures; Oats closed unchanged to ijc lower; barley IHc to 2c lower; flax i to 2o lower and ryo 26 lower to uhcbang'e'd. j Quotations: Dec May Dec Dec. "May D6c. 182 177 83% S3 229 Dec. May 1C5 Cash. Prices 1 Nor 2 Nor .i Nor 187k A Nor Others not quoted. Track. Hani lob a, Saskatchewan Alberta 217 227 if 8 1C5 194% and gains were ascribed-to the liberal exporl business': done Buying orders this however, lacked volume. Opening quotations which varied from the same an yesterday's finish to "o higher with December 170 1-2 (0 171' and March. 167 to 163 1-2, were followed by. a decided setback all''around and some- thing of a rally, Oats were dulland fairly flrm, open Ing unchanged to 3-4c; higher will May 62 1-4 to 53 3-8 and then declih Ing a little. .Close Cash dark northern 168 1-2 No. 3.-dark northern' 1G4, 2 yellow .'82. 3 wiiito 51 to 51 1-2; No 3 white 50 to BO 3-41 Chicago Futures CHICAGO, Dec. futures 106.1-2; March 164: :73; -May 75-1-8. 48, May 61 6 8 Edmonton? Livestock Dec.; Branch J-T-Cattle, receipts 169, calve 20; market active with 'prices steady. No good cattle" on .the market. Choice butrhpr sUera to common to choice butcher cows and lierfers around common 14.50. Demand for. feeders of, good common 2o, bulk f choice calves J7.50 to J7.75. llos, receipts 67; selects fl3.lo oil an. Sheep, receipts 124. -J.ambs 5Q cents tronger; .good.to choice to. 10.00; yearlings to 18.00; ewes 3 cents higher at to for holco. ones. Calgary Livestock CALGARY, Dec. market lo- ay was firm and prices steady, choice Serlngs bringing good prices, Rfr- were: Cattle 495; calves 84; ogs 151; sheep -1JSO. Eight steers veraging 1261 nisde 815; oa'e.JLOSO, 8.00; two {7.50; bulk medium o gooJ 0.00 to 7.00; common 5.00 to .00; heifers, ami''-'cows lockers and "feeders, :medluni 'to ;ood 5.00 to common 4.00-to ,00; good calves .6.00 to C.50; 2 hoice lambs 10.00 to 11.00; wethers 35; ewes.7.25.- Hogs rallied sharply rom yesterday's bids and aft ears'for selects.V' Winnipeg' Livestock' WINNIPEG, Dec.' Branch) tecelpts today MOO cattle, 1200 hogs and 730 sheep. Trading on the cattle market'was generally in line with' close-on most classes and grades. Sheep'and lamb, market active and inner on good- lambs, mailing 12.00; bulk 11.75; good Packers were bidding 13.75 for EC-' .ect hogs. Protest By Delegation at League of Nations Results in Satis- '_. Arrangement GENEVA, Dee. organ- izations on finance aud transportation under the League of Nations notch considered yesterday, by the as- sembly have .been abandoned as the result of compromise.reached at inld- nlgbt last' night' by prominent dele- gates to the asiembly meeting here. fm ar.ce' and transit and arrange for cou ferences'.when, found necessary. The' question .ol distribution of raw materials .among, the nations wa brought up again this mornlng.by Slg nor Schanzer.of Italy, during debat upon: formation 'of. an econ'omi :ock exchange was exce'ptiohally dull commission.' 'The.- Italian .said he nd uninteresting during; the early entire eobfidenco :tliat "the; leagu rading this morning and practically onld bring about economic as well a othing-worth mentioning transpired; uts Excited Aim ..CALGARY, Dec, as L result of heart failure resulting rom the excitement oMfritchlng'thc :ilj- boxing bert-Frankliii Smith, aged G3, drop lied dead as ho was leaving the ar morles Wednesday iilglit. Becoaacd came; to Calgary from Swahvell, Alia., three weeks ago to spend the'winter in the city. Eighty Thousand Cotton Operatives Are Out of Work Dae. Canadian Associated cotton mill. operatives are facing tho pros a hard .Christmas. Elgh'ty thousand aro already reported to'b but of work and other mills ari ei peeled to close for a nrolraclcd pcriot Several other Industries in the.'nprj' of England are also fe'cling tho ;ei fecU ol. the. .clepreased business con .1 LEAGUE That is the View i he Head of the Argentine Delegation Tates llwoMiflMMis From Sales Of School Lands PARIS, Dee. 9.4-Suggesllons here night by Houorio Pueydcrron, head ;of; the delegation which has withdrawn [torn the assembly of Iho league of Nations at Gcnevs. This morning's newspap- ers print long statements from the head of the Argentic.'ry.mJ3sIoii lu-whloh he ciplalns his position. After repeat- ing arguments which have already been published, ho not advocate Germany, and I. profess deep admiration for France., My resolution j In reference to the actlon'of ,lhe. gentlno mission at {leneva: was form- ed in complete Independence. I'and EDMONTON', Dec. proceeds from the recent school land sales throughout the province aT6 now announced by the'department of. education as fhis repferl sents an aggregate of 115.608 acres w lid land .-.which, sold at 7.09 to an acre. ail average ot acre, Tha proceeds :of the sale go to Otlana and will be r sales j c !ollal 6y the department of the interior. BOOSTING SALARIES IN OLD COUNTRY LONDON, Dec. (By Canadian As colleagues slroYo to soclated Press) It Is understood that the war and to uard off, possible, he parliamentary committee which is .Newspaper talcs'.should always .ba've proper heads. TorpicTX Liver further disasters I think" Gefmanj the ministerial salarj list should not bo admitted as much as! 1 will recommend that the premier bo (forced to enter the league Thau I granted jearly without the -ight'.to ciaini a pension and tha( other mlnlDters be. paid about a year. A system, of grading with the-aboll- ion .of -cerlain sinecure offices.. such as tho chancellor of Iho Duchy, of Lan- caster, will, it 'IB': stated, make-possible the: salary adjuBlinents. without an additional burden on the taxpayer. By 01 tan M tnn seems to me the .best .means of ex-j ercising an check '.her peaceful intention and of calling her to respect her obligations! It. ncees-: sary, with penalties." Civil actions speak louder' thaii' words: a worse than a dun. V Dr. Chases oUUcaV'JnsUce; through giving ountries: access to tho natural re ource's. bt'the- world. He declared as rnoU tho .Italian viewpoint tha he' interior'! affairs of any, country with, wa esired that artiSdal economic bar-1 iers bie broken- down. I .President. Hymans. mterveneil here o point'out that r.they had spent two ntire.morrilngs-on a single, chapter fa technical report, and he .pleaded with the speakers.tp .cut'their remarks hortj It -would-be necesEary, he said, two jiessipDs .dally to get] the kasiness of the ae erably .by. It .was desired. to Adjourn. N. W. Rowell of Canada and Gustav Ador '-ol Switzerland agree in the dea that the question of ion. of raw materials shpjnld not -be discussed by this 'assembly.; i'Mr. Rowell expressed himself as ;atlsncd with made n the report of'tha. conunlttee on ectalcal organizations and: said he wouid.Vote to approve .it. tho appoint ihcnt of a tempprary. consultative fin- inclal adonteJ by the assembly. Try to Impress British Embassy There is But Best Intentions WASHINGTON. Dec. decision of ttio British government" to'-sanction- the pro posed visit to British lerrit'ory of thE "committee" chosen by. the unofficial i ler has nee in' of her (J T has been well said, a school teacher has more influence ahsphijj the lives scholars than their par- ents. 'How: then, is it that she should have a bright, clear and be strong and vigorous ih ordet. that she may give them of her best. The worry and the work, the strain and anxiety of a teacher's life are sv ch as tell severely on the nervous sjstem Time and again teachers have had to give up good poaitions on account of a weak heart, run down health and tered nerves. 't Jlilburn'3'Heart and Nerve Pills come as'a boon and a blessing.' Their purpose is to make the weafc heart strong and the shaky nerves firm, and thus build up the entire system to full strength and vitality. Miss L. E. Hopkins, Kirkton, have liscd v Heart and Nerve Pilla for weak heart. I was sojiervous I had tolejuc school for tv.0 years After I had taken five boxes of the pills I was able to go back to my school agairi, feelme in-jfood Milbtun's Heart and Nerve Pills.are SOc. a box at all dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Limited Toronto, Ontario dltlons, but It that the 1 commission orsaiilzed by Oswald Gar building trades anil Iron foundries Vlllard'. "to InTeBtignto" the unable to obtai.u a sufficient labor. When the kettle calls it wonder Iho pot bplls. CUTICURA FOR HAIR SKIN For prpmotine and maintain- ing ticauty of skin and hair Cutiotra Soap and Ointment are unexcelled. Cuticura Tal- cum is powder, re- freshing and cooling to moat delicate skins. Irish 'situation', has.brought a letter from- the tho hope that IB not final. Tho letter was received at tho British embassy this The commit- tee-'declares its "friendly .purposes'1 In undertaking-what it claims to bo Investigation of'the Irish controversy. The commission's letter was In re- ply to ono sent yesterday by tho em- bassy'refusing aiv' application from the commission for a vise of tho pass- polls Issued by tho state department to tho six members of tho special conv mlttee appointed by tho commission. "Your said tho letter, "assumed tbat Iho proceedings ot the eommltlee vfo'itlil jieCeaSiflly partako of a quflsl-jmllclal character Impossible under'-the We' Ten- ttirs lo suggest that the embassy has sonibwhat misunderstood both the sit- uation and our own purpose. A com- mittee' of friendly American citizens deoply'dcslrous of world peace might in a much simpler manner than you suggest ascertain tho stulc of public opinion both In' Ktigtftnd and 1n Iro- laud'and learn Wits not now under- stood fn America, Indeed, some such step 1ms eccmed lo the commission imperative in view of (ha fact that thus far, in spite of zealous efforts we Im'vc been unablo to soour'e competent witnesses to present lesllmony on (be cxlsllng situation from non-Republican British and Irish polnls of Visw. "It Was ami fs our flrm conviction that' such a committee an we had ln< fended to send might make, plain to tho peoples both of England nnd Ire land Iho compelling ronsona for Am- V. OMmMKntUf. lAmOc. Sold "isDominion.CanadranDepof: i, si r.ii M.. intoroeL Tbo peo- SMOKING TOBACCO ;