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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1920 DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS LETHBRIDGE GflAIN PRICES Prices paid today for grim in Leth- hrldgo, wagon lead lots follow: Wheat Oats: .31 Barley.....................84 Rye 1.25 Flax Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG, Dec. the vol- ume of business imill there were few supporting features to the local wheat which recorded further losses.and made the decline for. the -week'abbut ;15 cents'from'tho high Tha'. whola sentiment was and the undertone weak. Futures closed .4 to C 3-Bc low- er and cash to 8c lower.v The cash wheat market, ojrfcg to light offerings, very dull and premiums .remained unchange'd; The coarse grains were working it sympathy with wheat closed 1 lower; barley 1 i-2c to 6 5 to'4e lower. The "cash demand Is not strob'g and the offerings are'very light, resulting In a small volume of receipt! In Kansas fortnight. Opening rlthln the next prices ranged 1 1-2 to 3 Me lower with. December 1C3 to 165 aini March iCl to 162 and wero followed by a' deSlded'addltlonal setback. f Oats opened to Ic off, with May" 61' 14 to 51 S-? and suSerlug i further drop. Calgary Livestock CALGARY, Tha market opened quietly today, not Quito BO good a clasa 'of steers as. yesterday. Receipts Caiile 171, 10; hogs 73; sheet 679. Steers' topped 'at medium to good J 6 to common to 1C Cows topped at 1610, medium to good 'good hellers to and feeders, medium to good to common to 55. Hogs rose cents from yeiter- day'a quite "3 nriraber he- sold at 25 otf cars for selects Winnipeg Livestock Dec (Dominion Judge Jackson of Mentioned As Possibility Fur Presidency of Amateur Union Dominion Body io.- Amateurism Will Be. Threshed' Out WINNIPEG, (Can. Press.) -With-nearly fifty delegates 'oh hand, all ansed .with the. necessary mater- ial to mrte a stiff fight for they consider lUe best interests of amateiir sport throughout the the most Important meeting In Iho his- tory of tbc A A U of C, got under Way. at, the' Fort here this morniiig.V Judging froni the gossip hi the lobby of tho hotel previous to the meeting there promises to be a stormy discussion on many of the pomts at Issue. Though It wa's generally; felt that Mr. DaTldson British would be the unanimous choice for tho ceil president of tho association asked that the men "tfho made the of- fers which Induced hpekey players to 'migrate" be weeded' out of amateur sport, suspended or expelled from fur- the'r parUdiislimi iu James secretary of the Canadian submit- .ed s report which' seemed to be sat- isfactory to tho delegates present. Mr. Merrlck "insisted -that the Canadian :eam had bee-n belter housed, and bet- ter taken care 'of generally, than any other country.; He cited a number of mishaps and accidents to athletes which -seriously handicapped, the chances of1 the" team in many erenls, agreeing with' FVed Johnston, of Mon- trecl.-delegat; of the Canadian Wheel men's'association, that the: track was notsuited being graded for motor racing. the house of commons who had not involved IQ the'commission of serious crimes. Limited-Area Affected LONDON, Pee.. partial law to be Instituted In Ireland, as au- Jiounced by Preailer IJoyd George la ihe hoiue..ol' commons today will be applied lo a limited area In tho south- west of Ireland whero lhe government states -'that lawlessness and outrage ire especially prevalent. It Is- hoped to confine the tlon of it will hoe: conditions develop which the govern ment considers justify such action. SEEilOBEALLOFF FIUMK. Dec. 10.--Card.ael Gasparrl, the papal secretary of state, haa writ- [Mj.d to confine the appllca- ixtendedWit Is a settlement of the controversy the forces ol Gahrlele d'An TO PROSECUTE INCOME TAX DELINQUENTS business. ed' All Quotations May December May December Open. 17? _ 53% 83 .615 227 1GS. December Jlav Cash Prices WHEAT- NO. 1 Nor.. 'No. 2 Nor. No 3 Nor No 4 Nor Otbor grades.iiot; rjuoted. Track, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta Of No 2 CW 54 No. 3 C.W No 1 feed No. '1 feed., 47 No.: z feed. .Track Close. 17454 02% 67% 82 SI 209 220'i 16T 161 Branch) Receipts (525 cattle, 345 hogs there Has a feeling this morning that and 75 sheep Trading on the catllo he will be opposed 1} cerlaln factious market was decidedlv slow and quiet.] and that Dr Bruce of To The market generally deTeloped tone ami bidding on fair aronto nould to taks the for annlhenyear i The namo good stuff was unerenljlof Judge Jackson o'k Lcthbridge was 25 to 50 cents lower. Hand) welgHialso mentioned as being favorable for killing steer? and good' feeders sold the presidency about other kinds were slow to weaker. On the Eheep and Iamb market tho Mayor C F Gray Wmripeg open (Continued, from front page.) lion .was the same temper as the majority of Ibe Irish people The preznier went on to deal more fully with the- suggestion; in ths Gal offerings consisted of a few good mU lhe anfl al the time put'in ton sheep, which'were disposed of at ed tho'proceedings this morning when way resolution that tho ban on tho ho welcomed the visiting delegates..to Republican-parliament bo with- uuusio and tho government without bloodshed, HIcardo the replied to tuo cardinal, eiylag that the Italian in UEX3IXA, Dec prosecutions against alleged delln (government had beeu. most firm hundred umc, and that blood o.uents under the War Income Tax act we to be'started In Baakatchewan, ac- cording to a sfatemeut today by an official of the dspartmenL hear fruit.. Ho added that he: "would follow d'Annunzio'Vith all thoso who fr fr BROOKE WAS JUST A COOK OTTAWA, Dec; on night welcomed with open arms and greedy ears, a man named P A Brooke, who was a "Dc- minion government 'geologist" He took to Toronto a of fr the vast wealth of the Mac Kenzlo KiTer district. The deputy minister of mines aow announcement be .mado that iirookc is "not, a government His connection with the ff JederaL.KOve'rnment and its remain faithful, by whatever means, nr by_ vyhatoser t' d'Cnuunzto ygsferday fssned a torn MUD (cat Ion saving lhat.no -me had been authorized ti) treat wlthHh'9 gov- ernment except his own rasreseatatirB. In Rome and that there' would be no rMations'untll th6 goTerameat recognized his The communication added, that all Minors of au: arrangement of .terms' with Iho government were without BIQ AMOUNT FOR RELIEF WORK YORK. Dec. executive committee of the "Near East Relict Committee" today appropriated 141.269.9C for relief.- and ;mada it immediately available to meellthb emergency .caused by the' Turkish: In- vasion of the Armenian republic and the distress Incident to of winter A Considerate Service Kidding on the hos market was stead) Selects ?J375 Chicago Livestock CHICAGO, Dec Cattle, re- ceipts steurs aha stock 43% slow, enrly around steady, de manil indifferent, few steers here good enough to'scll above bulk common a'nd JS.50 to til; calves generallj Hogs, receipts generally 10 to 15 cents lower than yesterday s av- erage, pigs steads to strong Sheep, receipts best killing grades strong to 25 cents higher, hulk 511 to N Y. Funds NEW: No. 3 C.Wr-. Feed 03 No. 4 C.W. 77 change steadv, demand 1345 14, Wk cables lx men e died as result G' 'he Eftng- sters' outrages on women here, pnznfignting haa'come'Tnnder tho han In California cilies, and. a roundup of criminals and vag rants Elate be- gun appoint dele- gaieA to hold1 dlscuss'ons on the sif nation with .the government. The premier said .the government could not re the Irish nepuhllcari sincc'to recognize It a was to'recognize that of'-.the country so: represent- ed constituted A- separato parliament of the United KlDgdom. Premier's Proposal the premier coiitinued, jieopld who had been elect- ed Bunder, the this country tp'the house of commons, 'and had decided that these, members" of'the house of com- mon's, barring1 those guilty of crimes, sho'uld. safe conduct? for aj rfieeUng to .consider 'the situation.! The premier'read a-dispatch which was being sent to Galway to tills effect: i :'A reply In .a'similar tenor, was be- ing-sent 'to' Mr. Lloyd George announced. Tile premier declined to slate the UnUersIU of Brjtlsh Columbia, who LM-ct area3'where martial law would urged pooling of expenses of delegates applied, as the government de and athletes to representative meets to notices In those areas An eitenslon the prcrogatne oi lhe He haped, he Bald, Tor lhe co uniou to the individual branches re-1 operation of the parish priests, to gardlng. reinstatement-, of -arms''and uniforms coul'd he als, under. Clause B of the amateur isurreridered-a's'we'iras to the'c'rowh rule, was asked, and a hope express- work 'consisted of" his: capable, performance of the duties of cqok with a partv which .waS In the MacKcnzIe Jlslrfct two years ago, it was "staled. pOR 55 yean, our aim haa been the development of a service of individuality a service only efficient bul interested. not e take pride in acquiring lasting business relations, and this ia reflected in the courtesy, and pro-nptness with wkich out cus- tomers' requirements are met. t UNION BANK OF CANADA Lethbndge Branch C. C. Brahctei at Cardston and Bsrons WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF VICTOR RECORDS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. WILLIS PIANO STORE "HOME OF CANADA'S BEST 707 Third Ave. South (Hull Block) Phone ed that associations claiming national significance should' be In this connection the Inler-colleglale Home Rule open to western urn raembirshlp open o wesern urn M cm and quite regret- "iersltlas added the premier, "that The Alberta Scandal jesbeiil'al in order to secure peace In Speaking oiTbehalf. ot the Cana'dian that you must convince the amateur ..hockey, association, ...Wm. Noble of called, the .atten- tion of the peculiar situalion-brought about.by the migra- whole of tho people ot Ireland that the.rauthorlty: of the law apd-of .the empire Is paramount, that we njaed to make it paramount, but bar. tlon of players, apfl the recent scandal established_0iat fact, the British in Alberta hockey ranks. Mr. Noble J called for greater co operation be tween the provincial branches ot -the' union and local hockey assoclallous, as the best methodH of securing lection against migration. Ho' also Genuine house of commons and the British nation are willing to parley .with the people of Ireland with a view to es- lablishlng peace, good" will and friendship." Reply to Galway The government's roply'to the Gal- way county council was as follows: "I-have'read.'your letter forwarding ft-, copy of Galway county-council'and to assure your council the." government welcomes every. Indication on the part''6f representative .persona and ladies', in Ireland who-desire to co- operate tn bringing to an end ithe present unhappy state'of -lawlessness Ireland, and a return to tional-methods In-that country. necessary preliminary to ".lie establishment of-normal Lions- is that murder'and crimes ol violence .shoiild cease.- 'It Is to lhat end jthit the >fforls of- Iho Iriah eiecu- live', have been directed; end until It iias been attained no progress can bo settlement, "The government U., prepared to facilitate ilio .meotlnK for that pur- pose of persons duly elected to repre- sent constituencies In' .The-premier read lhe reply which Is to he sent to i'ather, O'ilannagivn, stating that the government dltl not liig behind any section of the Irish people In tho doslre for-'-lreland to enjoy1 to the'full the blessings of It. said the government was prepared to offer facilities fdr a complete discussion ot Iho whole situation by Iho duly elect- ed .representatives- of constituencies In-tiny'part of Then follow? cd a passasO'relating to safe -con- cliicls letter referred to tho funda- mental conditions which tho govern- merit.had laid down .with regard to which Kny political poaco must .con foriti. In conclusion it said that the Kovernmcnt adhered nhsolutely to these'Conditions and would bo glad to leam lhat lhe parly Father O'FInnria igan ropresciited was, prepared to ac icpt them Premier's Double Policy LONDON, Dec. law to be applied to certain In Ire I land, to 'put down murder and out j rago" iind !t inrittmeiit to bring about ft'eonfereiico between the government and Sinn Fein on tho Irish situation .announced' by Premier j Llojd Ofiorgo in (ho housd of com- mon 8'today. Iti announcing this "double policy" of tho liio jiremicr dv dared lhat under martial law persons possessing .arms after a cerlaln dale or unauthorised persona wearing uiif- wuuld be liable lo tho death penalty, On tho other hand, to facilitate nego- tintlona, tho prcnilei' announced the government liad decided to give safd seaiiucts via Sinn meWDcrs of "His Master's Voice" Victrolas are now available OURXmasstockof genuine "His Master's Voice" Victrolas is now ready. Not as large as we hoped but early purchasers can now choose from a complete stock, so order your genuine "His Master's Vlctrolanow! Many Talking Machines are built to look like Victrolas and to play "His Master's Voice" Records, but only genuine "His Master's Voice1' Victrolas bear-this famous trade- for it! Caaiitii "His Master's Voice" Vic- trolas are a standard of tide, Prved fr'om up to fllQ.OO and assure the pMif that litre is no fasibiiiiy c] any reitietsm jar a lout time. be'a Genuine VictrolainYOUR home this Xmas? Any "His Master's Voice" dealer v, Ajflll gladly play any selection you wish to hear and demonstrate the Victrola Berliner Gram-o-phone Go., Limited MONTREAL. !OIM We Are Agents for the VICTROLA and VICTOR RECORDS 4arge Stock of Both from which to Select Mason Risck Limited BALMORAL BLOCK ALBERTA ;