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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 ply bltlO^K QltAIN PRICea {iftid lodAy for grM9 m Ii�tli-Ibtfl toU'.follow: .........\.ii'.co .30 llMl OaU ............... rleX...... * * ^ ' : * I �  . .64 1.20 1.00 catUe vakrilij'^u" unly � iMmdtol - .generally U-^-. . . A. few of(e�riiKB #Hh many of tm pif: esMoi^iy' Viaw. Itollowluf m tSia ^cqualntanoo-� flnaliy ttiWd" to MbltottMt. rluia took. UP latid, tarinin(( tber6became one *;tiSSP^& J-siS5 n? Of Crt^BtWs 4j>^pi&sn4 this fact J!**5Sri^"^#^ waRascertain6d^a6^|d&�iauM 1 . - utr ''S^'^i-'^./.w. voo rAIapso, The BkuU had been dented, WInnipaa Orain Maricat JikJ^/^T^^iR-ifl^^^^ fructut^d.-Just behind the nasal WINNIPBO Deft. 21.-the market -**�"*^HliTr-l'i�f'^f&^?r^^^^^ cavity and on account, of this a smalt iSyWMlluir but very fl^^^ "^o^^y ea^t?..b?yin, of Ma^y whe.t by -oo-ij^ff/, ^iff ^j^^^^^ L-��.lf'�L*�J?r � m*7 �Ome early buying of may wheat �y\y'"jrwiiSer toiti^ Bhlp|>^r. wSlch looked like some buSl-|,^^ hLg mri^t tijay. liess |>eta�,*jo�ked in Manitoba across ^'^^^^^^ fetlw.tB. with selects Toronto 6ttteks .i*- �i;h Coarse grains showed no change today, continuing very dull and firm, with exceptionally light QtCarings. Oats closed i-2 to 3-8c higher; barley 2 to Ic higher,; flax 1 to 2 l-2c higher and rye o to i l-2c higher. Quotations "WHEAT- Dec^ ... .... May. ... v.. OATS- Dec. ... ;.. May ... ... BAALEhr-Dec... .;. May' ..v^ 44^�2i Spanish Rivei; kfst 1-a 5p9Jnt.i!? W^, ^ ^ At the closed ;otvtttot;stockexcbahge this morning three'WW lo^rs were registered, Wayaganiack^t �3. National Brewertea.atfJttjM and British Columbia Fishing iKt^4;3r4.^ N�M� yoHc Stoekp NEW YORKi ce*. 2i.f-Actlve sell- _____ __________,______ Ing-was resumed? at the opening of with _______.....________ No. 4 Nor.^.166% today'a stock market, numerous lead-1 cruiger Aurora had some of tho very No. 6 Nor..'.135% erS, especially those comprising the best luck of the British floot, taking Saskatchewan 'oil, metal, equipment - and shipping an-honorable part'ln almost every ac- ..........178% divisions recording losses of 1 to al- tion fought by white-ensign bottts In most 2 poihtst Individual features of the North Sea during the four yeaBS NcSC.W... 49% vrdakness Included. Mexican - P^rol- of hostilities. She was attached to 49% �um, Anaconda copper, AHantic Gulf, the 8th Flotilla at Norwich, knolvn aa Nl):^^2;yeed...44% American Car, Crucible, Steel and the."Fighting 8th," and at the.out-?2% Chandler ^dotofr; Houston Oil,=which i,reak of the war was tfie flagship of 'made a dft^lIM pf.U,.pplats yester-sj commodore Tyhwhltt (afterward Sir day, open�d�^ a ;rilBhtrfoIk and Western deilin- man naval vessel sent*to the bottom, ipg 1 point whil,e t)ther coalers as This boat was a mine-layer, the won is' grangers W�|i^ fractionaily ; Koening Louise, caught redAanded j Idwer. There were moderate rallies I in the Liberty bonds,, especially the \ 4 1-4 per cent, issuea which broke laying traps for unwary mariners oft the dangerous Goodwin Sands. Later I---' i . ^ ^ . . ^ Aurora/was with the squadron 1 most severely in yesterday's late sell- that'pursued fpur German destroyers tag movement.' of the G. class returning from a raid- ------- , Efforts to rally. Hie market under ing expedition on English coast towna. CHICAGO, Doc. 2L-rWhs�t showed lead of oils, shippings, coalers and between Dover and Heligoland The-some depression, today.;ln,symapthy ,food shares were only- moderately British ships sank the raiders on this witl�.-New.-Y�sk-J.50. Sheep, receipts 0. Choice lambs 9.0G to 10.00; yearlings 7.50 to 8,50; .dlioice evfoK 6 nO to 7.50. Toronto Livestock TORONTO, lyec.^ . 21.-(Dominion Branch.)~Cattle', rccolpts 347-.' Calves, receipts 100; 'none sold; bids steady and unch�ing6d., Sheep, receipts, 706...;Lambs draggy; none sold; buyers bidding 50 cents to $1''lower. vi , Hogs, receipte 1145; hogs. 25 cents lower than yesterday. , Montreal Livestock i- � MbNTREAL. Dec. 21.-(Dominion Branch.)-Trading slow; no good cattle Qffered; good ve{il $12.. Top quotation on good lambs |13. Sdloct hogs Off cars -^7.25. Calgary Livestock CALGARY, Dec. 21.-The market was slow and unsteady today with no choice steers on sale. The receipts Commander-John F. Bell. FffltL RESULTS R. Kerr passed Away on Saturday--Highly Respected , Cittzen (From Our Own Correspondent) CARDSTON, Dec. 20.-The saddest fnneral of a long time took place here today, in the la:^ng away of the re- - ,____ mains of Mr. R. W. Herr, who died were: Cattle 118; calves 9; hogs'23; here Saturday nifeht, from the effects no sheep. Steers topped at $7.25; of an accident which he met with in medium to good $6 to |7; common |5 the Temple a short time ago. At the to $6. Cows topped at |5.75; medium time of the accident it'was thought to to good to 15.50. Bulls, choice to be fatal, but after the first assistance medium $4.75 to |5.50; stockers and had been given by Doctor Pickup, he feeders top f6; medium to good $5.60 rallied and hopesrwere entertained to $5 SO: choice calves $6.50; common for" his recovery. He continued to |6 to $S. Hogs $15 off cars for selects. '.PJilipago Livestock I 'nmUHJH set better and even left the hospital, and was seen occasionally on the �BtreQl.and at meetings In the town. CHICAGO, pec. 21.-Cattle, receipts' Then ; suddenly came a relapse. He 10,000; beef steers steady to strong. 1 took to.his bed and died in a short Cannors steady, mostly $3.00; bulls tlme.,-Se leaves beside his wife, sixf steady to; 25c lower; calves stronif:to , chlWren* ranging from 1 1-2 years to 60c higher; quality improved." " 13 yoirs: He has one brother some- Hogs, lieceipts 45,000; active, mostly 10 to 15c ^gher than yesterday's average; pigs:mostly 10c higher. Sheep, receipts 12,000; fat classes f enerally 26c higher. Winnipeg bivaatackf where In Iowa. Mr. Herr came With his family from Copenhagen, Denmark. He first lived In Winnipeg, Man., in 1906, and then in, 1908. the p^dston Military Band made _a trli^s to.Winnipeg, runder the WINNIPEG, Dec, 21,-(Dominion direction of S. S. Newton,' and while J other actions they were presentjgat the Battle of Jutland at which they performed remarkably well. ^ Captain Henry G, H. Adams, C.B.E., commander of the cruiser Aurora, is the o^ly Royal Navy man among the I officers of new Canar'.i-r. y. The ' Patriot ^ commanded by Lleut.-Com.! Charles T. Beard, an Ontario man, j and the Patrician is in charge of  Lieutenant-Commander George O. Jones of Halifax, The other officers are i Eng. O.B.E. Paymaster-Lieut-Commander John 0. Elga, D.S.C. Lieut-Commander-E. G. Halliwell. 1 - Lieuten?.nt8-L. W. Murray, D. W. I Moffat, H. F. F. Nibbard, R. I. Agnew, Ait.R'. .JPressy. Sub-LIoutenants-P. S. Hart. H. W. T. Grant.' ' En^.^LIeutenants-sM. C. Bannan-tyne, A. D. M. Curry, G. L. Stephen. Acting-Eng.-Lleutenait-W. E. Morrison. Paymastei^D. Cossette. The .^rora was launched in 1914. Her dimensions are length 436 feet beam 39 feet, tonnage 3500.' She has a horsepower of forty thousand pn which she is able to^ make twenty-Hine knots. Her armament consists of two six inch |;uns and six four inch guns. - The ^wo destroyers launched In 191^ have similar dimensions,' length 271..feet beam 27 1-2 feet They ;de- , velop twenty-seven thousand five hiih- ' jlred horsepower on which they make i a speed of thirty-five knots. They are armed with three four Inch guns. : The Aurora's complement is 318 and the destroyers carry 80 officers and men each. Japaniese Go^t %\ RespondUe TORONTO, Dec. 21.-The charge of sedition madp against Canadian Presbyterian missionaries in Manchuria by Japanese military officers were made. withov.t the cognizance of the Japanese goy;;MCfiMBt, according g I 1 |][ BRIER" has become M a^lhaiian institi^on. Smoked by the men whdi made history. In the bush, on die trail, in inining cathps, prospectors* hut^^ factory yards, on'trains, steamships, in the Ixixurious homes ahd downtown clubs of our Canadian cities--Macdonald's has always been recognized as the smoke. q MACDONALD'S CUT " BRIER "-the saitie tobacco but in new form-maintains every Macdonald tradition since 1856, and gives to smokers more iobaceo for ilm i I 1 ne Resources or thedrroVihce are DaQkhbr ^/^^ What better security for your Investment than tlie general revenue and all the assets of the Province of Alberta? There Js no Safer or Better Investment Offered to both the small or large investor, than Alberta Ten Year 6 per cent Gold Bonds issued in denominations of $100, $500 and $1000, and priced at par, (there being no dealer's commission payable by the pivchaser.) The Rettirns are Steady and Sure Every sis months-1st of May and Ist of November, interest at the rate of 6% per annum is paid by coupon, and the principal with Interelt due will be paid in full on lat of May, 1930. They maiy be registered as to principal. Atiart from the attractive rate of interest thes6 bonds bear, and the fact that they are free from all taxes in the Province of Alberta, the citizen,with the Slterest of the Province at heart, will readily see the advantage of this form of Investment, since inteVest paj-ments now going oatside will be kept at home, , Now is the Time to Invest It you haven't enough to buy a C7{, bond, start saving by pur<^asing Alberta 5% demand savings certificates and exchange them later tor Cold.Bonds. Send for appllcatiou fA-m, or mail your accepted cheque to the Deputy Provincial Treasurer; or you i.a.-i.v purchase those Cold %nds through your local bank, or ;rom any recognized bond house in the Province of Alberta. Hon. C. R. MITCHELL, W. V. NEWSON, ^ Provincial Treasurer. Deputy Provincial Troas. Parliament Buildings. EDMONTON - ALBERTA ;