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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. DECEMBER 13. THE mHBRIDCB HEKALP MARKET REPORTS t v, e. r Leth J.JETHUUPOE CHAIN' paid lot rrtta bridge, iraiou load lots follow 31 Winnipeg' Grain Market; The Market opened quiet, prices being lawer'thantha previous kit recovery was made early and prices advanced 2 3-4 to 4o In sym party with American markets The strength tallel to hold, however, and "reaction was recorded later. Futures Closed 1 to 1 12c higher The cash market was quiet today Cash ralue No 1 northern today basis in store for ran shipment, mis' 10 cents over December The oner tags were not heavy and No 1 north closed 7c lower. The feature at the eoirw grain mar. Stocks it Wheat (O.K4.347 bushels; barley. Receipts, Wheat 3494739 bushels, oats H.OM, rya Shipments Wheat bushels, barley flax rye Kail Wheat 42.4J3, barley 24.U1; flas, rye nil _ Chlca 90'-Futures; CHICAGO, Dec cash 1 red; -178. 3 iniied, 76; No: 2 yet n, 7914 2 while, 49 to 50: No. 3 white, 48 to Cloav Futures, '168S: March I July, Calgary CALGARY, Dec There was a: inactive market 'today- with notnin To those stiffens j wiUi Ttrfti Livtr, Cmiitfaiioa, SiA or ffmiomsIIteJatha, Neuralgia, Kii- Troutle, the oily a 8ivej> pronpt relief and assures a speedy recovery vhea the treatment It followed "Fn H-a-iii'tf' is Ike only nieJicint made from the medicinal 'principles of. oranges, figs and prunes, combined with, valuable tonics and antiseptics. We a box, 6 for 60, trill aUe, 25c. At all dealers or Bent postpaid by I ln'i I Luuied, Ottawa. Oat kets Is1 the eitrejne offerings ot every- better than medium offered Re !ng the principal decline tram 146 t 140. rye unchanged Quotations December May December........ May...... December May: December Slay December v May Open 174 52-4 82 219 Close: 175H 67% heifers 205 217 slbckcfsaai feedtro. medium to good {5 50 "to (d common 14.50 to 50, good calves (6 Iambi, v, ethers ewoa Hogs offered 25 cars tor selects, none sold at noon J t Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Dec (Dominion Receipts 600 hogs and 270 sheep Trading on tho 159 157 f 160 167 Cash Prices No 1 Nor No 2 Nor 182% No. 3 Nor. not quoted. No 4 .156% No 5 146% Track, Manitoba, Saskatchwean and, Alberta .176% OATS- NO 2 CW No 2 CW 60% Ex No 1 feed No 1 feed' 47J4 No 2 feed No 3 OW. 94% No 4 C W 77% U. S. I British Prem- Armenia's to league of New York" Stocks NEW YORK, Dec sales C P R. 11U4, U S Stse top K; medium to U S Steel preferred. 105y. New York Funds NEW YORK, Dee, Sterling 03 change stead) Demand 7S cables J345 6-8 Canadian dollars 13 3-4 per cent, discount. Pans Money PARIS, Dec. lower on the Bourse today Three per cent rentes 67 3 centime s. Ei- change on.London 69. ceu- timasl The United States dollar was quoted at 17 franca, three centimes :Bar Silver NEW YORK, Det silver, domes tic 99 12, foreign 62 33 (Continued from front page.) 205 170 .165 205 157 Tnck I i I No 1 N W C No 2 C W .201 ,No. 3 C.W. Condemned- Track s HYBj-r. i No S C Chicago Grain Market CHICAGO, Dec prices ran upward after showing con .riderablo depreciation Adverse financial and Industrial colid! -tions 'commented on -but selling, orders. numerous than had been expected and the major ity of traders appeared willing to ac cept tentatively an opinion llul bear rattle market was slow and draggy ith buyers operating lightly on most classes ana grades In tho butcher division a weaker tone was in evid ence, and while a few real good females changed hands steady prices, the bulk of sales looked to be .i good 25 cents lower Bidding was firm on the sheep and Iamb market. Good mutton sheep J7 and good lambs 41150 Hogs unchanged -With steady tone being maintained at 50 for selects Montreal Livestock f __MONTREAL, Dec recejjla, Quo 52% tations Butchor tUfTre, common ?6 50 lo Calves, receipts 284 The calves w.ere steady Sheep, receipts Good lambs firm al ?13 "i receipts Selects Bold at with some reporteo sold as high as 50 -T' I e'ztrarfioii voluntarily" PreVs }-Hon Toronto laway ftom lhe ot Irlsh master general, GENEVA; Dec. control of DanrJg-by Poland has been recom mended to the of the League ot.NiUoDa.tu'A ..fSPort frsni the mill- ar> council has de- cided to refer tlTe report along with a suggestion 6l Viscount Ishl of Japan that a mjlllarj commission study the best means to. defend the own to the high commissioner, who will be asked to send In a report, arate action by the premiers ot Franco Britain'on matters before Ihe assembly of the league are made tho subject of sharp comment by the! commltleo on admission of new ilates' N. W. Rowell of the Canadian dele- gation Lord Robert Cecil, represent- ing South Africa and DK Nansen-of Norway agree. In, criliclilpg the action of those governments in announcing policies regarding such questions the Admission ot Armenia i-- through OtheV thanjtheir re'preeenta- Hires at the meeting here w ho are charged with such R Vlviani.of France' who'hos been !ald lo he most particularly annoyed uy the declaration ut mo British and ich fpremlers to the effect that be admitted to :hc league, was not present today lomme'ht ohlhe.lucidenl continues to oe one.bf the of the meeting, ttfe opinion being expressed tual if Iruners desire lo conllnue to SENATE LIKELY TO DEFEAT BILL WASHINGTON, Dec. Johnson- bill, as amended to prohibit all immigra- tion for i period of one year, vJas passed today by the house.' It now goes to the senate where its defeat Is predicted by senate CAHUSO BUSSTS BLOOD- VESSEL IN HIS THROAT demonstration stations since the year 1913. Nineteen snips ot the government merchant mariue had been built In Quebec yards at a cost ot and of the tour hundred by the war purchasing commUsiOn; Quebec got.one hundred id fifty C.N.H Employees Ready to Support Strikers in N. S. N. S, Dec. _es of the eastern lines of the Cana- dian National Hallways, through offi- cials of their brotKerhood, have an- nounced; readiness to take "decisive action, to support the striking switch- men, firemen and trainmen pf tee Do- minion IroS aad Coal company and the Nova Scotia Steel and Coal com- pany" The announcement is made In a etter to the general manager of the CNR The men demand that the Canadian National Railwajs lake tepa to effect a compromise between he their employees The strike began three weeks ago when the companies refused to grauC LAWRENCE, Mass, Dec :he demands of the men for Iho announcement cf actual reduction of lie of pay as is Deceived' by textile operatives' large Hundred Dollar Fme For Having Seven Bottles (From Our Own CorrespondeotY Saturday evening, Dec. llth, another violator of the Liquor Act %as captured in mangay and brought, to Barons for treat such questions In the old form of diplomatic action, they are not ready for tke League of Nations. of France, has pre- sented, a report for tho committee on an" international court. The plan fin ally adopted by the committee makes jurisdiction tribunal voluntary instead of obll gatbry. NEW YORK, Dec. Caruso, tenor, burst.'a blood vessel in Arlal. The Ralph Fosler, his throat singing al the Brooklyn who found In charge of Eflvsa Acailemv of Siuslc last night The bottles of whiskej If he was not performance was stopped. The acci- bootlegging, it looked like it deal, which, U Is stated, is not ser- nuthQrltles. He .was brought beforS lous, occurred during the flrst of the magistrate and fined and Donizetti's '.'L'Ellse d'Amore" but Ihe coats for being In possession of.thli tenor did not stop until the end of 4he unlawful amount Only a few'days act. The manager, me that he Is willing and evei anx lous to Dnlsh the performance, It you costs for being drunk. of wish him to It is for jou to decide" the Liquor AU, are fast becoming came the answer from almost aware of the fact, that it is with person In the big theatre which difficulty that they evade the shrewd was .crowded. In disniissmg the Mr. Caruso assures before this Grant west of town was. captured local po-. Itceman, (Sergeant Davies, and In the police court here was fined BIG. CUT IN WAGES TEXTILE OPERATIVES employees and also men on the ney and Louteburg Railway, a sub sidiary of the Dominion Coal and Iron company About 160 men are aflected GOJNG HOME FOR CHRISTMAS WINNIPEG, Dec special Canadian'National train carrying 300 Western'Canadlans.who sail for Liver- pool on steamer 'Meeanflc on Thursdaj left here for Halifax evening. United States .mill.corporations .wai made, today-. by-.the.-PaciUc ami-the Arlington mills of this cily Their sixteen thousand ing one Lalt of the operatives of chit city, were notified that a readjustment 20 In accordance with custom Ihe amount fwaa not stated, but it is understood to approximate 22 12 per cent, as suggested manufacturers conference last week..- observation of "Sergeant NOVELIST DIES LONDON, Dec Schreiner, (Sirs. S.vC.. Schronwright the nqvellit. Is dead i OHc'e f8chrelner: born" in Basntoland. daughter of the. late Rev. G.! Schreiner, a mKslonary' from -IXmAonv gained ear- ly fame by of her first publications of an Farm TAKES NEW LOW LEVEL NEW re- cord price s, were established for re- fined sugar here today The' Federal 'Sugar Refining corn- reduced its list'price anoiher halfi'a cent to the.basis 8.14 a pound for fine. granulated; iUHiiiiiimiimiiiiiHi POLICE .BARRACKS WAS ATTACKED BALUNDELEE Counts Longford, Dec police here was attacked tnis morning A wall was blown In-after a'five-Jiour .battle, but the police held the building One. constable was killed and three s ly wounded, I.MOVEMENT FOR Mr. Blondin Says Quebec Has Been WeD Treated NEW Dec 13 five .thousand men and women ot Irish] TORONTO, Dec ila f f twelve lo four MONTREAL, Dec P h Blondin post in -in address here Sat dom. and at same time >olcd: urdiy, reveiwed the record of tlie uhlch i- selling fro teen cenls Butcher steers, choico J10 to }J1 50- Calves, receipts 112 Tops are steady at ?1600 -Fat lambs are selling from BO to 513 Republic, through 5 000 delegates who defended the policy of conscription while.denouncing-lhose who sought to mufc Hit. 1 t factors bad been more than dis-' stronger Ked and watered selects Btarted counted for at' least 'ho time being 515 28 to ?16 50 wnmon vronld Opening prices ranged one to Ihrcei Montreal Stocks -._.. ICQ 11 MONTREAL, Deo the cents lower with December 103 and March 150 12 to .158, and were followed by Bhari) advances lo above Saturday's close Oats wero dull, opening 14 to 1 'e lower with Mav 49 to 49 1 4 and eas ing a little more before beginning fo Tally Grain In Stare -WINNIPEG, Dec. follow- ing statement of stocks in Btonge lu public terminal elevators at Fort William rihd Port Arthur on December 10, with receipts and jshismpnU'dur ing the week was Issued bj the Board of Grain Commissioners on Saturday hour this morning the local stock exchange showed few signs of recov- ering from the extremely con rlition that prevailed on Saturday lost a point over the weekend' to 56 and Brompton a half point :iniil-ii laat night In the Lexington make political capital out of it In Theatre Two thousand delegates connection with Premier TaschereauB who'could riot get inside the build.BB complaint that' Ottawa refused to held a meeting outside raise the granted in Dr Patuck McCartan, 'envoy" of for customs duties the 'Irish republic' announced over by the federal government at: tho. lime'Of confederation also that the .federal EoTcrhmentJ in, granting special subsidies infringing ,on provincial rights becauso of condl ilofis" accompanying their grants, -Mr. Blondin pointed out that the "federal subsidy paid to Qjiebec''province' was filed by Sir Wilfrid Lanrler'.in 1906. Further, the Borden government, had since 1013 paid to Quebec for. agricultural aid In addition to'pro-- Viding llirco .experimental'farms and MACDONALD'S Cut Brier i- Wore Tobacco for the Money, Packages 50000 Irish women would campaign, the" houses' and streets of the city (or. funds. OUIET TODAY AT CORK BELFAST; Dec. -was (inlet m Cork last night, bill the flres were still smouldering. f After dark the streets -were almost _ _ __ ;serted The military took charge 5612 at a lato hour patrols of the and unchanged at 49 Rlordan, which [Royal Irish constabulary took up the did not appear on Saturday opened duly, afler which neither Hie military this _ Wayaganiack sold at 90, its closing figare last week. Oth- er Important not appear at all during the early trading nor auxiliary police th'o streets. Yesterday the available members of the Cork corporation lieid a meefiyg Paper showed considerable and took steps for tlie forniation of weakness this rao'rninB, Hiuruan mak mown nt Buying Days to iM upprttWi ifn Gfl olt-lmfrrcJ lommltteus to .deal unemploy- ent rauaed by the fires, and admlnls- r relief They requested the chi bs of Cork to remain <-aim m ill" ce of the terrible calamity Ea'rly-vthis morning a. Dualln. fire rigado and part o[ a Limerick ade a'rrired to help in subduing'the ames. ON'T KNOW WHO TARJED FIRES LONDON, Dec. Hnmar chlct secretary for Ire- in answering commons today, o the Cork conflagration, Slid it ot known by whom the flres were iarted, but he protested strongly ag Inat without an) ev.idenco hat the flre; bad been started'by orces of the crorfn There was no evidence to itoal ef eel, declared Sir Hanftr, and It was bvious to anybody, ho raid, that ires of this kind were ths only.-poasi- arguments lo be- used .-igalhst.the lovornment's policy In Ireland.' Sir Hatnar declared, there Was'hot ho (lightest evidence to confirm 'Ihe eports that tbreo civilian1! In Cork tad been dragged from their houses arid shot, or that the hose of the lira trigade Had--been cut ar.il the firemen Ired'upon. Kvcry available policeman and the military liirncd oul to flrcmcn, he, added. Thoro was some evidence, thn 3hlet 'secretary, .that tlio fires: hnd iceh started wllh incendiary bombs. There were no incendiary bomba in the possession of the mllllary, he as- serted, but the Sinn Fciners bombs. Ho believed, ho said, tffatjne fires had.-nolhing to do with Ihe 'am- bush of the military' lorry. i "J3n Investment for all, Classes MISTAKEN FOR MO09E MAN WILL" DIE PRINCE ALBERT, Dee ..John Kulsck, a farmer of .rpam- blirg'district, was shot through Sunday at hTs farm by J, P. Leonard, fanjier of Park, who mls'look the victim for it moose whjcii he had woarded during.thi morning Leonard under arrest. Kutsck la ex- pcctctl to live. .Denver hAs; produced the tallest man In the navy. He Is Reuben A. Pratt, 20, who Is 6 feet 0 tall and waijSc jounda, ._. For the yqung.folks or-the person just starting out-ix) save their earn- ings, theie is no safer or surer way of building up a savings account than investing in M i Alberta 5 Per Cent. Savings Certificates For the person with a hundred dollars or more, up 16 He big investor, no better in- w.ill bo found than Alberta Ten Year 6% Gold Bonds Issued In denominations.o! and and'bearing interest at the rate ot cent per annum, payable by coupon half yearly, 1st of May and 1st of November This form bt saving and Investing Is desirable for all fanner, the wage" earner or mislncM proprietor, tbo person on medium salary. It Is equally ntlrac- llvc 16 nil II you Lave a hundred dollars or more, buy ALBERTA TEN YEAR GOLD BONDS. .They earn' 6 per cent. Interest. Tho pilnclpal with luteresl due will bo paid in full 1st' of May, 1030. -1 particularly desirable feature ot these gold bonds ingaddilloa lo. giving a purchaser the very besl and safest return on Iheir money, they arc free from all Uies In the Province of -Albcrla. 1 No need lo wail until you have" a hundred dollars .Investing.. Put yonr srnail Into ALBERTA 5 PER CENT. SAVINGS caii exchange them 6 per ceiil'. Gold Bonds par. _ These savings cerliflcalea-earn 5 -per cent. Interest, and are on demand. Buy these bonds direct from'tho-Prpvlnclal Treasurer, through yonr-'bank or from any.recognized bond houso lii the 1'rovince; j- SEND FOR 'APPLICATION FOBH.-' v ft: Address communications to Deputy Provincial Treasurer. Hon. c. R. MITCHELL; T w, v. NEWSCIW, r 4. Provjnclal Treasurer Deputy provincial EDMONTON, ALBERTA n ;