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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER 16, 1920 THE LETHBRIDiGE HERALD -PAGE MARKET REPORTS LETHBRIDGE GRAIN. PRICES Prices paid today for gram In Leth- iragoa load. lots s follow: Wheat Oats .30 Barley Rye 1.20. v Flax I Winnipeg Grain Market WINNIPEG, Dec. The- local market today, took _a wide up- ward-awing and at one time December had advanced 10 cents from Wednes- days close and May about 4 l-2c. Tao eiceptlonal strength: In December on the local market reveals a congested condition, there' belng'a large short Interest and offerings continue very scarce. The close showed December lower. ing to. fheYllB'btneaa' iri' .the pfbsrat month, the cash wheat demand was less keen, as 'buyers were not cllned'r- to- tho anjl jpremliufis -were reported i.tilpra; 3-. to 7c lower.- The close 1C higher.- cmrso grains jjpoq- tiniie citremely quiet, with a fair da- iffiand.and offerings Prices lilgiier' today in _syin pathy. with wheat..- Oats, closed 7-8c lower; barley 4 34 to Ic higher; flax Jo CLl-4c lower and ,rj.o 4; (6 selling .around" good BtMrc-. would sell at steady rices. Light veal to 13.60, Klliug 10 17.00. Hogs, receipts 211, selects quoted 1141.60: off cars.1 -Don't this to hold; look.tot. 59 cents off .oinprrow. Sheep, 107. Choice lambs 110.00; yearlings lo choice ewes to Good demand for sSciss Chicago Livestock CHICAGO, Dec. receipts Beef .steers steady to stroug; choice heavies held at calves steady; bulk vealers" 55 to Hogs, receipts about steady with yesterday's. average, big packers iuylngi.very sparingly, bulk J8.90 .to Blrong lo 10 cents higher.' fat lambs 50 to than'yesterday's close.' v ARYv market twas ;quieli today' yrlth 6 averago' quality.' 26; hogs sheep 113j beef steo'ra lopped at rnedlum tc :cbmiaorj ?5 to' j6.50. me'diuni to -goo: 'May December May beccmbor May December May December Open: '176'i M74 61 U SI 203 155H .173: SS 201V 160 159 (Continued' from Page) V lo, the" utmost wlthlo Its power rjon- ,1stent with" tha authority granted It oy parliament. Obvenihient's Position "Should, the letter pro- ceeds, "emergency relief measures come necessary by reason.of utterly unavoid able'shortage ot employment, he federal government is willing lo co-operate on the following basis! "Tho organlzstlon for determining where relief must go and for distrib- uting the same shall be provided by ho municipal authorities, and in.each relief is given and as re-j obtained from the government em- ployment service, shqwlng that -the applicant cannot be given employment. The 'general system- and details and thoi safeguards adopted must be ap- proved by or op bohalt of the federal government. If this Is done, the fed- eral government is.ivilllng to contrib- ute la places where relief on any sub- stantial'scale appears to be ontthtrd' of the. amount: actually dls :Worst Tremor-For Two Years Recorded by, Many .Seismographs WASHINGTON, Dec. 16.-An nated- tobe, S. WILL DEPORT SOVIET AMBASSADOR WASHINGTON', Dec, jtlon of Ludwlg plartens, Russian soviet ambassador to the United States, la'understood to have virtually decided upon by Secre- tary of Labor TVbsou 'Who nas'had the case under advisement since the conclusion of tie hearings In the de- portation gs. Justification for Martens' deporta- tion Is understood to have beeu found by Secretary. Wilson In the conlen oXrv-v .lions of Immigration and department jsfanl ,j0mj of Justice authorities Dolshe- a.m., maximum Intensity was reached a.m. and It was still la progress at a.m. Tbe'disturbince was de- scribed by the Hov. Father A. Tondorff, director of L seismologies! observatory as worst" recOTde.d_bere.In two years. He estimated1 tho distance as being some- where in th'e. Atlantic ocean. Records It CHICAGO, pec. earthquake Surpassing all others in Delicacy and Fragrance II Scad us post cau-d lot a free sample, the price you now pay and if you use Black, Greca or Mixed Tea, Address Salada, Toronto, buried on thls-relief provldc'l the dtS- soye'rest' recorded here .in t "-'-i er two-thirds-Is either by, ttp municipality or paid' by; the' munici- pality an d t ho province, jointly. "in" this connection I'-may again emphasize that.in'normal times these problems are .dealt with wholly; local- _ Jy. The government: of intensity, was. reached at ever under present circumstances, io'clcp5S the -was still decreasing inlen- being registered on the seis- mograph .at JChlcagp University. The center of. the 'disturbance was esll- from Chicago. The'. .shock was recorded, at 'central time, and maximum off Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Dec. Kecejpts attle; 1.00.0 h on 'the few real 1 Canada. In such cases, of course, appeared t6f.be' about steady local have joined tho with yesterday's, eipse, but Cash Prices No. 1 No. 2 Nor...Ulii No. 3 NoV. .Vlioli No. 4 Nor! 159 Vi --No.'jSr. Nor.. .138 Manitoba; No. 4SJ4 heavy cows and heifers looked to be good There" was good idemand on the- sheep and Iamb market Good lamba No; Track feed.! l-.'d -48% I Eecd.v-45% Feed 42% GT. 83 No." Condemned' A fiorZ .'.loir i Qec. Velop'ed lu the wheat market less to' bearish '.opinions regarding economic, out ..iookj influence ]o_t ..tie 'XTnitet States'', governnieiit repprjt I "tlnued thVjbulls On 'the declines however-therevwas itree eastern Opening prices -varied- from'unchanged to higher-with jy54 and were, followed, Josses ail around .and. then jft -rally. .Increased sharing'of the liurden." -.Employment Councils Needed "OTTAWA.iDec. C. G. JlacHei Dominion secretary: commenting today on Iho govern-- averaging S15 operand s all? 1-2 cents. Butcher Calves, .trade slow; choice veal steadiT arjlT for top. Sheep, receipts 416. Lambs slrohc- er, milk; reccipte: 734; market steady at f of f ed "rJA 'Under extraordinary circumstances Hal. the federal government has 'Was a Smashtr ed as well at other times in thcfpfov: CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Dec. thquake thal-was termed "a smasn- was rcglslercd instruments at "arvard University today. Tho station that Is acshpck.was started before 8'o'clock and ithe seismograph was slill record- ing'shocks.-of'unusual intenfiity .two hours later. readings', ot the chart .would not be possible until tha vibrations ceased, it was ssld. Mean- time there was no Indication of tie scene, oft the ..shocks. ______ 'Toronto's Report e said, "Is provided in the provincial Dec. of tlie niployment. councils-fo'r the estab-j severe'st. earthquakes registered here shment of which there is statutory years occurred this morning utnorlty.: I betweeh' 10 o'clock and at "We are asking the. federal govern- jiiptfn-'-the "Instruments at the Toronto jent-Immediately to -institute faction were still registering o bring these councils Officials at the observa- tpry. :B tat j that .the centre of the dts- ni II1 n I TI lim" I AMAliA I A Pronablyrin the Eonlbern part illllUiiU H of-'the" Pacfftc ocean. innnUn innLU I! xTne'reglsfratlons show that tho shock: was great as ihoee in the San .need to J1S.50 and mutton ment's policy, said.thej need'of tho silnation-wan-proper-or- Hogs" showed decline of anlzatlon; "The machinery for 25-.centvselects. i- T; .Toronto Livettock 'Dec. re'celpla.'246. Choice catlle are- in-- demand" at 'strong prices, v'.United sold 'feeders, :jpee> eiehAnge .was again nulet at .Its 'openInJ5 thte morning; and. practlc- ,aHy occur tradlnj. lAllan tic Su'gar waa; stronger, by an eighth .TORONTO a steam- sh'lpa, one of tho' steel mergef stpcks, suffered In trading assoil by the assembly. It vwaS learned today that ;he consideration of tho admission o Jaltlo and Caucasian stales to th eague by the committee, Mr. Rdwe: nerved notice that Canada, as a Pac ocean power, took a special inter est in the Itusslan-question.- .Hc-.'de dared the question, bad been raise .n Its entirety by the proposed, rela lions between the league and -lh states .carved, put of tho former ;Ilus sian cmpircv AHhougli slates had1 tb full sympathy o[ Cnnada, he nssortc tho situatloii'ln ItHssIa might chang and tho league mlglit flnrl itself fac by .a. now govcrnmoht claiming accC to the In which event the leagu grave responsibility.. At the opening'of loday's sesslo ProsWent llymnna nnnouneed lh, fhe roriuoat for consldornUon of. I] Taciia-Arcn cnso nt this session h; been withdrawn. Aiitond Ht'icti, head ot tbo.Chiloa delegallon, said JIG hail. no 'obscrv flon to raakfi, on this that Ih6 delegation of Chile did not Hie compctonto or the as- Bombly In tho matter. Victoria's Record most pro- nounced :ricprd for a long "time on the Goniales ob- minutes. It com enCScVat. standard tim a maximum at am ipt P. NapIer'TBe'nlson places th RAPPERS.OulT BECAUSE PRICES; ARE LOWER DAW30N, -Y. "T.; Dec. cent eavy drops.In fur prices will result n.dhnlnlshed catches'in Yukon.Te.rri- 3ry and Alaska this .winter, "reports mlng ,from the surrounding country ndlcate. The hunters and trappers ave turned their attention- to pros- ecfing for gold.. More Tobacco for the Money Canada's best hqy- the ECONOMY Package Made of Autcrmbbile Steels The Resources of the Province are Back of ALBERT GOLD BONDS JAIL SENTENCES OF BRITISH ENEMIES ARE UPHELD BY U.S. COURT CHICAGO, Dee. United States court of appeals today af- firmed the three-year sentences of Heramba Gupta, George Boehrrl, Albert Wehde and Outtav Jacobson, convicted of fomenting >a revolution In orpaniz- Ing a military expedition ffgainst England. The rrjAn wsre tried be- fore Judge Landis. A Tcias ranchfir kicked! his (Uitonw- ti. ytMa'l run and b'rolM his leg. What better security, for your Investment 'than the general revenue and all the assets of tho Province of Alberta? 5 i There is no Safer or Better Investment Offered to both the small or large investor, than Alberta Teh Year 6 per cent Gold r c s issued in denomination's pf and and priced at par, being no deal- er's commission payable by the purchaser.) 1 :H The Returns are Steady and Sure Evbry six ,of May and 1st of November, Interest at Hie rate of 0% per annum is paid by coupon, and principal ivllh Interest duo will bo raid in full on 1st of May, 1930. They may 'bo registered as to principal" Apart from'lho attractive rale of Interest theso bonds Ijoar, and the fact that they arc frtfo from all taxes In tho Province of Alberta, the citizen with the Interest of the Province a.t hcarl, will readily seo tho advantage of thla form ot investment, since payments now golnc outside will bo kept, at lio'nje. Now is the Time to Invest If.you .haven't'enough to buy a D7o boml, start saving by purchasing Alberta 5% demand savings rertiflcatas and exchange them Inter.fo'r OoW Bonds, Send for application form, or infill your accepted ehdcule to tho Deputy Provincial Treasurer; or you tmy purchase these Gold llonds tnroitgh-your local bank, or ironi any recognized bond house In the I'roY.incc ot Alberta, Hon. Provincial Treasurer, W. V. NEWSON, Deputy Provincial Tr'eaa. Parliament Jlulldlngs. EDMONTON V.' :ALBBKTA ;