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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta '.THURSDAY; DECEMBER THE LOTHPRTPGE DAILY HER'ALP PAGF SEVEN MARKET REPORTS ,LETHpRIPCE GRAIN PRICES 3 white 47 to 48 1-1. Prices paid today.'for gritn la Lelh-j trldgo, wagon load lots Julian' "Wheat OaU ____ .S3 Harley-...- ,-.W 1.20 Flax I.CO Winnipeg Grain Market Dec. advancee Vero made nsiderable local 'I Dec. this morning to- talled 25 cattle, 178 hogs i 'and 410 ihcap. Owing to meagre offerings trading -was' over by 10 a.m., with hardly enough sales to eslabltili a market. .'A'few good fe- male butchers changed hands at from market today. After opening _ Blronj ths .undertone con llnued .very bronghout the session and few were made. December to. MIS, the highest of the day. irhila May futures touch- ed 18J, tndtcitlng; that-there-is still big "short interest in the present np at xnonth. "Pit-offerings are Futures closed 5'i to higher Ihere vaa a strong demand for' lug up' from o.Sfl ttese constituting practically tho cutiro OucrluKB.' The hog market: vas. Orm, celocts passing out tt -14 jo, an advance of 60 cents oirer yesterday's close. A few good mutton cheep weighed cash wheat'by exporters at unchanged premiums i. j i' Coarse gralni remained dull an? featureless Oats closed to Ic highert barley 3 to IHc higher, flax unchanged to. Vtc lower and unj changed to higher _ WHEAT Der May t Dec Ma> Dec Quotations Open 195 176 ii 53 67 90 S4 183 53i4 IUi best lambs maxTng Chicago UVettock CHiCAOOVDec.'31-VCiittle receipts and West Virginia, Atlantic Quit, Vir'-j sibtaCarolina Chemical and Sears-! llorbuck. The few weak issues in-i eluded American Woolen, Interna-! tionul and Atlantic. Coast.LIni.: V: The broadened 'jjrid' streifg-; theaed In almost quarter dur- ing the morning, the only noteworthy exception U. Srilubber, which fell 3 points. Exchange 911 was firm, but cal! money held ai seven, per cent, wlth-scant offerings 'time funds. Tho rlsa assumed'more Eubstantial dimensions'' it "midday, especially among rails, oils and shippings, Higher "prides were registered in the list during the last hour, led by oils, ihipplhgs and spnio of tSe bet- ter toowu rails. The closing was strong. Sterling Exchange NEW YORK, Dec, change; i demand cables Canadian dollars per cent discount.. Bar' Silver NEW YORK, Dec.. sflrtr, domestic 92; foreign 63iS, FI Dec 198 IDS Dec ICG 165 May. Ite'A Gash Prices 1 Nor 2 Nor 197% Nor 4 Nor 168 No 5 Io3 No 0 US Mamtooa Saskatchewan and Alberta 1S8 2 C W 3 C "V, -ET. No.-1 Peed aO1! 1 Feed 4S1! 2 Feed Track o'Vi 3 CW 94H i Q V, SCfe Feed 6iK U 8'4T Track i SOOO eteers'strong to 60 cents higher calves mostly ED cents higher all other classes -around 25 cents higher 1 receipts 31000, market ac live' 2SMS 40 centa higher than jes- terday's average receipts SOOO; fat lambj higher, fat sheep steady; cents higher. Livestock receipts J144 There ara few buyers In tlie market, this morning. Trade is yerj dragey Prices generally, a, quartei lower Calves receipts 3b calves are In good demand anil colling steadj L with v esterda} Sheep 3 C Chicago; .198 ,1C3 158 19S .163 Grain Markets CHICAGO, Dec. Upturns In wheat prices took place today ow 5ng more'or the'lionso.ydlo in lavor .emergency tariff on farm thatJhere had been .export overnight tendedualBO HtL Shorts covered ifreels and there" Taa in.-addition.a fair de mand from commission houses Opan Itig which ranged'from Ic to 5 l-4e "higher, with 1.63 to 1 66 and May 1 59 1 2 to 1 61 14 were followed by a moderate reaction Creates Fun For. Overseas gates to League by .Refer' e'nce to Recent Mar- A Raymond. Hls.'name LOn'DQN', Dec. Lambs are not n" demand this morning owing to tho closeness of the holidays. Prices are about 25 cents lower. Hogs, receipts' Hogg are sell- ing strong at yesterday's: prices .Toronto Stocks TORONTO, Dec. on the Toronto' exchange '-were.much, firmer ind advances', ranging :from small Iractious to 2 .poluls .were tile order .Iiroughbut the one or.two stocks were" marketed at .gsllght. d? dines. C. P. K.'was-strong at 134; this flgure representing a gain of nolnts r Montreal Stocks 23_The local stock. oxcliange. jsigns of con- o( the last few day- during the earb trading tnis morning andrtlys general lone uns, a great deal stronger witn manv overnight advances, tlie most prominent of -which -sas a seien point jump forward-in the price.of Rlordon, -which .opened at 130 and then, immediately rose to 137. Wayu- gamack was'.the.heit strongest issue, rising from 75 to 821J Laurcniido was the only issue this morning to decline even fractldnallyT. This stock donn from its closing flgure yesterdny at st lu NEW of! 2 to 3.points were made by.many issues stock .market: today, the ad- vance re- cent losses "i Sales approximated 1100000 shares i Lloyd speaking at a luncheon given by members o parliament at'the house" of commons to overseas delegates of the league d Nations, described Sir George Foster Canadian minister of'trade and com merce, as a-veteran Canadian- states- man whose reputation had gone .far-beyond o the great continent -Iie'represents.- 'S r said the premier, "Laa entered recently another league, understand the Right Hon. Arthur Ba! four was present rep resenting Britain'. I have no'doub that Sir George "Will return tho compll ment when Mr. Balfonr does likewise.' Much laughter greeted tliis sally especially, as older generations ;'p Westminster ar tully pdrsuaded that Mr. Balfoilr, wh than Sir.-'Geo'rg lias for years at lea's towa will'never die.' said J. L. Gibb had beeri; a resident of Magrath' for 21" -eiii's.-he had'beeii'a ward teacher all his visits to .regular. He f rqm initial Corn stronger with wheat. Af- ter starting 1-8 .to 1 3-4o np including Jiny at 73'3ri to 75, the market held within the opening range. Oats, re- flected the'aotftn of other iereals; fcb- Einning 1 to 1 4o liiRKer Mav ty 1 S to 49 1-2, and hardening. a': little more. Provisions tem'ed'nimara influenc ed b >-s a-d ed b Chicago CHICAGO Dec 23 -Cipso" futures "March 16b, JI.ay 162 11 "Maj Julv 7i 1? May 49 1 2 inly 4S o-S CASH CLOSL No 1 hard 178 No 1 dark northern 179 1-4 to, -18? No 2 mixed 1 Jso yellow 74- 1-2- to SG-'KZi Nd 2 white 48 12 to 4J, ___ New York Close NEW Bales P K. 115 US Steel 79 34, U S Steel preferred 104 7-S; Wall St Stocks OHK Street 10 substantial addi lions to yesterday's, late rallies were mado at the active opening of Uday's marKec to ine'eviaent surprise Sir-Gcorge, in replying on behalf o the delegates to the League of ions assembly, from" the dominion said that tho bringing of the-'people' representatives together was. alon worth all it, costs. Within a week n; the delegates were Soon companion: ' any bad he a'dde amid laughter. League No Failure :TheDre was no shadow of.differenc in- tho .'dealrc-to-have every natib represented, but the league would no be a failure even if. the proinlncn nations did not bcome.members f( years. He believed States woul become a merauer in time. S George added that he did not thin the meetings got all the sympathy il served fronV as obse vers, Tho whoia feeling was armaments' must go -eventually, said but though they wanted every, d structivo weapon- swept out, of; world as nuicklr as coil not be done instantly. mpressive Funeral at ftlagrath for Patriarch of Church of Mrs. Woolley at the home of her mother oa Monday evening. i crowd uaa present and tho bride wasi the recipient of beautiful' i and useful gifts. A delicious luncheou was served, by Ahe hostess. 1 Magrath band has been reorganized wllh Ai J. Mercler-leader, C. V. Harris, president, Jas.. Farren, vice prcttdent. j A. dance'was held oa Monday night g 'and a'good suin realized for tie band. Pipe Line To (M Fields Of Far North Dec. first (Prom Our Own Correspondent) Imprcs- j ve "services: Jtero held on Sunday Iternoon-oviMitho remains pf the late ohn U Gibb, "The L.D.S. church was rowdeJ with friends and acq.u aictan- The service was in eiioir sag. "My Father -Til! the esurrectIon trio cacher's Work la J. 0. Bridge, llin construction in and from the H.'Bridge and P. G. Clarke; solo, northern oil flcUs. has been made by I Know-That My Redeemer interests connected with the Imperial The Oil compkny-ond-presumably In the prere 0. A. given In State Department Takes Action Breach of Dip- iomatic Courtesy WASHINGTON. Dec. {late department intervened today in what jthreatened to be a. controversy tween the Uritish embassy and the senate committee Investigating cable communications over the question of whether in ere is a iJriiiiih'cehiorjaip of cable messages to the United States originating in the British, Isles. The department's action was regard ed as a rebuke to'the embassy for The" jpro'posea company wUlseet tie pow- tt> man. Over 100 of the'deparled were .tak'o. and acquire lands lor-th'e purpose wi- inc ucpaiLcu f jravelling from Cardston, Wldlng a -pipeline and; to, lay DraytonToHear Appeals About Luxury Tax OTTAWA, Prew.) of the automobile and confectionery trades npresentjrtlves In regard to the luxury tax irQ) heard by Sir Henry Drsyton or. Wed- nesday next, December 29. .Telegruna hava been received by the minister at finance from the Toronto: automobile trade auoclation, asking (Jitt an internew be arranged for that date 5ij ttit its icalcn ct Montreal and Ottawa will get to- _ gether with the Toronto men and" present a caie In common. A also readied the _ froM the confectkmerr. Senator. KeUogf, cun aRd indnstries ot Can- farmer living near here hlg lWifa and three- children was night and then was chairman of the committee, a letter, denying the testimony ot NeTfconib Carlton, 'presidont Westerri Union Telegraph company that cable messages comint to thc'United States from Great Britain -.were subject to delay and .examination by the British naval _', The embassy's actloii-is understood to'bo regarded by thV-depaTtment-as a breach of diplomatic courtesy. Tho department will Jake, the subject mat- of! ter of the correspondent up directly with'the e'mWssy but whether It vrill ask f or an e x planatl Dn of the. actiou of the embassy. In writing directly to the senator.has.not been indicated.. ada asking' that they'be allowed to present to Sir Henry their reasone for afking exemption from the luxuryrtax.'. i deputation from these "to' meet the; minister'on also. KILLED" WIFE'. WITH HAMMER YORK, Xeb... Deo. Carl E. MagratUs choir lea-fler and was Onded ,hls own llfb by Flashing his a -good u id a great deal towards throat with a razor. The bodies of tho he cultivation of music hero. He acted victjms were iioV found until this as several -limes in-mus- morning. cal fes'tivals' held lu this south rjv -'lie waS'a good man and will be grealiy mlBsed in Magrath. J. L. Gibb PatrlarcU in the L. D. S. church a great number of people here. The 'pallbearers were old time ac- quaintances iand nolghbo'rs find mom- ieri 'Of-'tiiB High Priest 0. A.' Woolley, J. T. lleninger, J. B. Rlrie, J. 'J. P.'Bluhiel and A. BJ Critch- fleld, .gi-aiid-idaughters, carried .the lowers .whlclt w.ere beautiful, 'includ- the children, grand children, .lilagrath choir and a nnm- ler'of frlenita Gibb goes down InVMstratli- history as the loss of a great; man, public spirited, pat-. pi'iThursdaJ. evening next, Decem- Fork ..Wmiam teachers' salary dis- pute Hamilton Controllers directed as early a start as possible on sewer con- struction to. relieve unemployment. COMMUNISTS FAILED BERLIN, Dec. ef-- forts of tha communists to on- 41'-' tain control of the metal trades 4 union .which has mem- bers, failed at an" election officers, the.-tifllepenaent So'o- iallsts winning by a of against All membership did not vote. The iiietal trades' union Is the largest single labor union in Berlin. i will appear and a rare trait' la., antlcrpaled. Secure your tlcRetsJearly and everybody come as th'is Is a ne'neut'an'd promises to be .Mr., and Holeman enter- numljeE.of .friends on Satur- day evening. and ..children. Ardete George .andiPred, have gone 'to Mr; and Mrs.-Prank left on Saturday'for Ulah, where they Trill spend-Xmas. Two of Magrath's most popular young people were Leth- bridEe .last.-week and. left' for-Utah, where- they will spend', winter. Tneyrare Sllss Myrtlo 'Shelton and Ve'rnoh Woolley. Both young people are well known here and have lira best wishes of all. Mr.'and Mm. Wool- bir uebrge concluded by Declaring of ie dhort interest steels, that tha-British' Empire was 'stronger __j through the riiectfag of the League ol Nations assembly'at Geneva. :_ i ley will make their'home in Magrath. rails and shippings feature the advance, "but many recently heavy specialties also railtid'iriskly. Gains of one to two points were recorded in ihe first hour liy Mexican and Bar American petroleum" Royal Dutch Texas and Pacific Coal and Iron. Sloss SlieflieldV'American Locomotive, American C-ir American Smelting Southern Pacific, Pittsburgh! Opportunity Won't Kick in the Panels sit knocks at YqiihaVe to be listening and 1 'or the call. With money ih the Bank, you can take'aavamage of the whisper of and ready tw a whea readyt ihoney js needed. rf j Start savings AccoUbtJNOWt BANK Head Office'HMtnM OP "CANADA featablfehed 18S4, rf honor j SMOKING TOBACCO This Bank in itndling Foreign Credit, ol.Tjjgh sUtkirig iu all parts world, it Is aule io pi ace many advantages your disposal, THE PAID-UP CAPITAL' RESERVE FUND LETHBnibQE BRANCH-K, W, Reikie, Mtcager. Juatice Hyndman Gives Him This IRight in Nat Bell 1 -Liquor Case EDMONTON, Dec.. 28.-j-KfHy-.ninn thoiisirtid dollars wortii of cased whis- key which lias beiiu stored in the MacCosham warehouse on 104th St. slnco the first Jweek in Octbbir under seizure by the crown, will boVestored this afternoon .to.the warehouse of the Nat Bell-JLlqnors, Limited, as' .the result of an-b'rderjssuei! hV'Mr.sias- tlce Hyndman this morning 'directing that 'tbe'liqubr bo felurneJ llo- the owners'. .Fourteen heavy drays havo been engaged by the company to effect'tho transfer of the two thqus ahd odd4 cases of liquor which were corifiscated by forfeiture order to the crown? In addition-to quashing the magle trato's conviction and forfeiture of der, Mr. Justlco Hyndman gives tho attorney-general right to appeal to' a higher court of both orders. LLOYD GEORGE ORDERS ESTllVfATES OP ARMY AND REDUCED HAU LONDON, Dec. sub tnitted by the army and navy depnrt mfenls have been returned, by Mr Moyd George as chairman of the cab Ihct'a' finance comniiUee ha Instructed fho departments to, rediic their figures by mois than one-hall saya the Dally Mr. Lloyd George' hap directed tha tho total national expenditure for th coming: year mugt-bo- held as nea as li'oasible tho newspap "er saysi f The Resources of the Province are Back of ALBEKIA te GOLD BONDS What bttter security 'for your Investment flencral revenue and all the. attelt of Province of Alberta? There is no Safer or Better Investment Offered to both the small or large investor, than .Alberta Tin Year 6 per cent Gold Bonds issued in denominations of and and priced at par, (there being no deal- er's commission payable by the purchaser.) The are Steady and Sure A, "Every sli ol May. nnd 1st of November, interest at the- rate pi 6ft, per annum isf paid by coupon, anil, the principal with interest duo will be paid In full on 1st ot May, 1930. They may bo registered as to principal. Apart from the attractive rale of Interest these bonds bear, and the (act Hat they are free from all taxes in tho Province ot citizen with the interest of the Province at heart, will readily sco tho advantage of this form oMnvetlmenl, since interest payments now going outaido will bo kept at home.' Now it the Tirrte to Invest _ _ It-you'haven't enough to buy a G% bonJ, start saving by purchasing Alberta' 5% demand savings certillcalos and exchange them later for Oold liiiiids. Send for application form, or uiull >our accepted cheque to tlie Provincial Treasurer; or you innv purchase these Gold Rotitls through your local bank, or any bond house in Hie Proy.'iioft of Alberta. l Hon. c, R. MITCHELL; v, NEWSON, .Provincial Treasurer. Deputy Provincial Trcas. Parliament Buildings, -EDMONTON- ALBERTA A. man who can make an after dfa ner apeeca but won't Is'less Krosorae than one who can't but will. A dull minister, in the pulpit Is a sore trial, but the soprano In tho choir I is apt to he a, i ;