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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ..MONDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1920 THE "HERALD MARKET REPORTS LETHBRIDOE GRAIN PRICES Prices paid today for grain la Loth-- Icad'lois" follow; Wheat Ji.55 Oats S3 65 'illye 1.20 Has 1.C9 Winnipeg Grain Market Dec. Tbe local markets 'have assumed a holiday ap- .and today were dull, and featufelfss. r -Tbo cash', wheat demand was very 'icor, not -sufficient to tako care oi the offerings 'and Nos. "1-aad 3 north- era :vrero trading al'.the deliverable prlcei and Nos. 2 northern at 5 I-3c It Is, evident that the sfeort Interest. Is "out of the, and thr ;3ituallon is wheat tuluro market- was InjVf: tlve: The.-.YOlume -of light. Ncnilhally the spread between JJecemhcr and cents. Tho close was 2 lo lower. Y v.' was or nothing Joins In tho grains, with tho Interest eitrcmely limited In all directions for both cash -'andf closed hlshervjo :i-ji; barley un' lower; flax I to 2c white No. 3 white 16 to 2 yellow 73 tpr76. 2 Trade at a SUady at Montrealrt-Tveitock, 1 MONTREAU 329. Good averaging 1040 pounds have been :sold for receipts '63: -Grass calves sold at f4.SO to Sheep, recelptn Best loads brought a top. of-: Kofs, "receipts .to the very few. hbgs.ipn.'' vrcre advanced to f 18 Chicago L'iC'tttock CHI CAGO, recel p Is ateer'e slow; vealers steady, to' itrqng: bulk to fltockerV-and iee'dera .Btrong. Hoga, recelp'ts'r mos.tly 35'to 50 cents higher aver- bulk pigs 35 cents Tat lambs yearllnr's'SO to 75'cenls higher; bulk-.tli.E.p- EdmQntpn. Livestac'rC DBS', b I on rje.ceip.ts 31 calves nil.- Light receipts .caused.practically a listlesslmarkef 'fprgrading. Good butcher steefi medium tp ?6; female: slufr and cemmpn ?4 of good quality J6 .ChPice calves 57 tp {-'c V K'ogs, receipts off-! feeelpis choice lambs 59 vtb 47.50; choice 'ewes ?6.60 to JMO..-'.; Toronto, jery Quiet avfh'en edVon .1 stocK eicaange thlB-mprnlug.but.tho'VdVa'n'ces estab- 'num'ber.J'pf-issues on weri hela and, in some cases, fractions. VIc- 'course sejuri- .11PB. No tefeni Of Tlii PAGE. FIVE 103 Cacicji St., M '-'I wns great sufferer 'iioai Jtteit-. I consulted ipecUlials- 'toot .iijei nto nse 'Froit-i-t iTM'.'i andia .15 tlie piJa wis euier V ilnd the IlLcuBoatism ciueh better. Grsduilly, otmamt 'mjf Rtitxmalim; fir fivV- I have had no.ntufn of tfii. trqable. I corO.ially reoommead this fruit inediciae lo all sufferers." 60e 6 for t At'alP dealers- or suit Canadian Pacific 113 1-3; TJ. S. Steel 77 6-S; ,U. S. Steel preferred 105. Logger Than Saskatchewan Dale for Three May Be Feb. 1, what Longer Heie __ ___ i .OTTAWA, 'Dec. (Caul Press.) -The Tall-dry date for Manitoba, katchtwan and; Nova Scotia, Wlirprob- iWy bo decided today.' A special meeting of -the cabinet council Js be- ing, held prior to lie, departure 'of the prli-ic minister for the and the ell-tiry-procUraation for the provinces mentioned, It Is understood, is the main business for consideration. The view for the coming bto ef- fect -pf'the all-dry liwla said to be February 1. The case of Alberla, which -ilso.Totscl.' "dry" at the- same Unic as. Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Ji.ova 'Scotlarraay not 'bo determined A couple of necessary official refurns ate; sfllj wanting from Al- bertajj arrive during the should they dd souths all-dry dale for Alberta wll! also be considered. "..After Iho all-dry date ;.i fiied In fKij four Importatlen into alcoholic liquors, ficept Insofar as is permitted under and; not- more than twelve VICTORIA, Dec. contract for the construction of the drydock at Esquimalt has heou let and Victprii is the recipient of a most -weicomo The firm ot P. Lyall and Jlbii- treal and Vancouver, were the" fu! bidders on the huge work, the'ac- cepted tender being approiimatciy about less tlian the government estimate, .r Word jc-t. the placing of the contract for -the to Hon.' was'confirmed b'y Hon. P. B. Dec! i_---i SANK AT MlHOTrW-D-, SUSPENDS was' D., UVjrmert' Bank of Mlnot cioled'ts'd'ay. Depleted re- e's was given -M the rea- v Worse in Toronto Than Montreal Situation in Canada About Four Per Cent. Worse Than a Icar Ago OTTAWA, Canadian Millions of Bushels of Wheat ansas Fields NEW XOIIK. Dec. New York Herald this morning prmts a number of dispatches from points in the middle west of the United Slates dealing with the wheat situation In that district. In au Introduction summing up tho general conditions indicated by these reports the paper says: x, "While- con si-ess Is wreEtilii; with'farmers' relief legislation hundreds of provincial will bs, prohibited. Any in traction .of the law in this re- Eard imposes': liability to a fine for the fifst.'pffencVpf'iiot less than J200 ind -not and, In dt-. .fault, imprisonment for (my; t ef m .nbtj less than three months" a'fid hot More than sii months, and for bach Eubseq.ue.nt offence to imprinon- meat'.for ;any. 'term not less than six in. Canada .Is etited to, ho aboat four per cent great- er than would be.'the normal condiltou at this time of This means that there are appro oteh somo mare men out pf In the different sections ot the country than there have been In other years at this time This figure was armed ot at nis morning's 'session of the executive of -the employment- aervico of Canada which -was held at the lahpr depart- ment. As sections where the piach of -I unemployment Is being most severely elt, Toronto, It. is reported, has more unemploxmont proportionateli than has Montreal which Is second on tho PRINCE RUPERT BC Dec '7 The dead- body of B; SchPfleld; Can- .1. .the third and fpurth cities being adfan found ft Inn peg Vancouver in bed on Christmas morning and by Means to unemployment his body his wife lay !h ah uncbn- situation from the points of view o( scions condition. Ptomaine poison- ail interested T III U is hoped, be Ing Is believed to have been tho cause worked out at the meetings of the ei- of Schofield's death; 'traces of Christ- Five-lfear Tenn works, in an bfflcial WiHeldUpAt KAISER BRONCHITIS (II EXILE Thousands Liberated hive yon not heurd joy- ful tidingt! Bro.nclitii hts liern'ti- kicked right' 'out of s liberited Kvcrr of brdiichlt) Ircibla In blown t-- tomf by tho world's men t cfTtclire Baekley's Brondij- tis MlTtnfe'. I No' wo'ader, people are lejoiclngl Ji'o'.ltngftr do Ihcy drcid tho i Asltiim, and. iniioas IKcy that 'olhefi should fcsntSt also, hundreds of letters liaVe. been written iDg H t merits ot tM3 'wonderful mir- aculous.reundy. PDC TooWhom It. may Concern: '-'This ij I had hoea ssffering toe weeks nilh jnd WM adviied fp try MliiuTC. I pniehsscil a t tho thir and If le siief, d dost I 10- i-.t'cu CCIOT8 IDS UOtue I tvas linishid, I was perfectly well. In making tho above sei'ertion I tarj no JtMiUtion In wyia g it in hejl remedy. I. ever conje in cpnliet Viith for, and e4K Mri. .M. Harding, IJi ralK-.Co., Toronto. Tho origin leji. Pral inal o( this" twt'o-.onial may be at Wmileri; 143 Mninal St., Toronto. This la thousands 'of CauadiAQ. houiehoid 3, will givo. you .Biirc'Telitf. It cznnoT fail. Sc'Vcoly-flve conls is tie- that stind: and tio road tp health. Tako no iniiil on the, bottla Tfith tho ".Satisfaction guaranteed; or -money: refunded." Auk- yotli- druggist. iji IN LETHBRICGE BY THE .3TPKE8 DRUG tpryjbonds followed .an uneyen but. price ties were of'liltle significance, -i Mentreaj-.Stocks- local stock exchange" "was'-" exceptionally quiet during vtradftis 'this -Brazilian' after.i on Friday: the most active Issue, strengthen ing; a point from: 4 8; tp 49. Laurehtlde- remained steady -and un- changed at. "Brew- ivent ttp'.a quarter to 45 1-4. am'oag'the. shippings; oils, Eteels. and equipments-, were -under constant nro .the morning, some of thdsp issues repeating or ap- proximating recjnt' minimum qquota- tions. Atlantic'Gulf fell.5 1-4 polntj. United Fruil'4, Crucible, Mexican and Houston oil 3 il-4 ,each; American Loco 2 and Baldwin Loco Cpppers, and vari- ous' .including cased 1 tp 2 ppihts, and motors also-'sagged.. The firm- ness of rails, eBpe-Cially transcontin- dnd'cqalcrB, wng in- marked contrast 'tp ceneral Brokers'repprtedfpnly a nom- inal demand >forH-ajl" loans wh.lnh opened at last'Treek's flgurc of 7 per cent.' New Sto'cks NEW YORK, Dec. Street -.w'eek on the stock exchange .began with a resump- tion of pressure against numerous speculative.'.'.' Issues. Jle- ploglc Steel was.'agaln'. the. moat un- stable feature, 'oponing'.'wiih a gain pf 2 1-2 poiny, forfeit- ing nil but R fracljou, issues in groups, as well aa oils, -sngars and utilities moderalelyj loweK' Rails, ship- pings, mplora and .tpbaccps shpwcd firmer tondo.ncy. -Actire. .iasuos be- came mere Irrosular within the' half hoDr. Improvement In the lust hour -was duo almost enllrply'lo tho better'tpne p.f investment, rails. .Industrials, oils and specialties.made relatively minor recoveries. was'irregular. Shippings, .plls, and independent steels again-by the shprts in tpday's null-stock- market but the transportation. dlvisipn'. resisted pres- sure. Sales approximated shares. i Wall Street P.M. vPinrce Arrow preferred was added lo tho long list at: heavy -stocks, at mid-day when Alhhllp (iulf extended Its loss and Reploglo bccamo more re- actionary. Haila retained thalr early firmness, however, the pnly, backward features Ohio and IlllnPlsiCenlr.a! at moderate de- clines. :V NEW YOflK, Dec. ex- change steady; demanil 1-4; cables Canadian dcllars H 1-8 per cent, discount. Bar Silver NEW Dec; silver, dpmcstlc 99 1-2) -tprelgn Ntvf York Cfoilng Silts NEW YORK, sales XBW YORK, Dec. Yprk slarted'its crime sheet-for December 1920, with orthre'frTob-' heriea" under of Sighs''' connecting the Tomhs prison with tte'.' v William a court, clerk, repprted that''i'riday night IVo men hiding shadow .of the bridge had watch. ported that' the- same night'two .men probation had been .rob- bed of 540 ami ?IS' soon as they had left -the shelter .6E .the criminal 'courts oors a.-. ..._. pleaded-guilty to several today Bent- p'bced to five years in the penitentiary, VBLOWS'.was an alleged arrested here 'recently "afterja series; of Street robberies. In inippslhg cecten'cb tho magistrate said j for assistance emlere.d.: by Low in "giving details, ot w'culd: hive ordered him -Lowe has already served a term it I ASK CANADIANS TO COME TO THE AIDOFSTARVmG OTTAWA, Bee. of China and the terrible suffering that. Is lollowic-Von its trail, is reflected'In an appeal to Canada through his excellency the governor-general; in n .cabin.that has just been received fpllpws: Ucc. 23------: "China helpless, appalling ,famine. Entreat Canadian peoples' help. "White, Bishop Honan; MacKeiizle, rhpderator, McGillivray, C.P.O. LINERS DUE THIS .WEEK ST. JOHN, N. B., Doc. Three Canadian Pacinc Ocean liners are due here this week .with passengers, The Grampian arrives tomorrow from Ant werp wlth.85 sleefagi passengers; tho Protorian on Debeni hsr 31 from Glasgow with 113 cabli and S92 steerage" passengers and ,'the Jlctagama pn January "1. from Liver "pool with 309 cabin and third class. ccutive, irhlch are to' continue through today and Those in attendance tills morning were J. A. Bownian, general superin- tendent of emplpyment -Mani- Bryco Stewart, director of em- ployment sen-Ice, secretary; E. Blake P.oberlsen. representing the Canadian Manufacturers' assoclitlon. and A- Mirtel, Montreal, representing tho Tradas and Labor.-; Cdngress Pt Canada. AU these- gentlemen are members pf the rOth-r mcmhere ot the council TVBO attended this morning's meeting were p. 0. MtcNeil, G. W. V. A-.: A.. Hudspn, supsriotendent o( eraploy.mcnt service, Onttrio; Frank "Hawken... Cahadian Lumbermen, and O. A. de- partment of soldiers' civil re-establish- mas cake found-.on tho floor of room will be analyzed. -Mr. and Mrs. Bchofleld were recent arrivals here, .the latter hiring re- sided in Calgary before coming lo the coast. GERMAN STEAMSHIP LINE INCREASES CAPITAL1 CHRISTMAS CAKE MAY BE CAUSE OF f HIS DEATH HAMBURG. Germany, Dec. German-Costa Ttlca Steamship line has Increased -Its capital by marks. A great tha new chares have" been purchased by the American North German Llpyd' and Hugo Gernijn capitalist A SUGGESTION The abundant; health- giving properties of are to 4 adults as to children. 1 .C', IHIIIIIllillllllllimillll pj i- St. "Clpud, Minn'., penitentiary on a imilar charge. PREMIER TO. SPEND- ON VISIT r.WNlPEG, ,fiec. -Hon. Arthur of who arrive In Winnipeg afternoon for a visit which Brier Plug SMOKING TOBACCO After years ot dominatfoR Still Canada's preference. J Tflll be of. four ;pr flve days': duration, will.'be.met at Port.'VVlllia' a re- ceptipii'. committee from this city. piremier, 'it is announced, -Bill jiako lip, public Bp'eechcs.'on this visit, will; be occupied fully with.thei'reception'' of many delegat- ions, from various parli.of-the prov- ince Tritn which' appbinlniehts have beenlmade. OJ ,Oj ALBERTA GOLD BONDS What beiieV twtiijlty. for your Investment than the gentril--revenue and "all the assets of the Province of Alberta? H you combined (Tio curaiivc proper- ties ot every known lfready-inado couch remedy, you probably could not aa much real curative fwiver as there JA in thia simple Jiomc-mado couvh sjrup, Trmch i> easily prepared in A minutes, Gel from any ounces of I MurTit i fiJl.lhfl boule ivilrTayrupj usinjf cither plain (franulatcil syrup, hdney. or corn syrup, ,15 dc- Tlift result 4s 1C ounces of really better couKh than you couhl buy and saves easily Tasiea and never spoils, i F'IVCX Sj PTCP-iration geU' rifiut at the cause of n and .ilmosl iintncdiftic relief. H.loosens tbo, phlegm, "slops (lio nasty throat ticklft atid htals the sore, irritated membranes eo'pctitTv and easily that it h really aatonishfnjj. A day's use will mually overcome tlic tonci; .1 nd for bronchiti.fl, cfonp, am! bronchial aithmn, lltcte 35 hofhinsr Irtlter. Pincx is u most valuable concentrated compounti of genuine Norway pine ftjr- RIM! Iiaa Iwen nscd for generations tr break un severe wmglia, To avoid disappointment, ,iefc your for oimce-i o( Pinex" with full directions, ami don't accent, any- thing flnarantptfl to plve ?ai IF fact ion or mon e y prompt ly Co., There is ho Safer or Better Inyes.thi.ent Offered to both the small or large investor, than Alberta Ten Year 6 per cent Gold Bonds issued in denominations.of and and prieeti at par, (there being no deal- er's commission purchaser.) i, The arc Steady and Sure Every of May and Jst pf Interest at the rale of C% per niiiitm Is paid by coupon, and rrlnclpal .with Interest duo will bo paid in full on 1st pf Kay, J530. They may ba registered Oil lo principal. Apart frpm rale pf Inlerest these honda bear, and the fact Ihnt llioy aro free ffpm all taxca In ilio Province of -Alberta, the citizen with the intoroat ot the Province at will readily sco the advantage of form, of, -iiircetincnt, slnco Interest payments now. going outside will ba kept at homo. Now is the Time to Invest If yen haven't enough to buy a K% uoml, slart saving by purchasing Alberla s% iomnnft _ certificates and exchange thorn later for Gold Borids'. Sond for appllCiVicu form, or mail your accepted cheque to (lie Deputy Provincial Treasurer; or you may purcllasi thsse Hold Bonds through your local ,'rpni auy rccpgnlzod bond IIOUBO In'lhe I'torJuca d! Alberta. Hon. C.'-R, MITCHELL, w. v. NEWSON, Provincial .Treasurer. Bepulj- Provincial Treus. Deputy Pr Buildings. ALDBUTA If? n ;