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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER 1020 THE LETHBglPGB DAILY PAGE PIVR MARKET REPORTS LETHBRIOGE GRAIN PRICES Prices paW today for (ram la Loth- bridge, wagon lota follow: Waeat Oatfi Barley Rye Slax .32 1.10 1.0 Grain Market WINNIPEG, Dec. ttzjiota have uiumed a holiday a; L.asd today were dull aud The 'caih wheat demand was -very 1 "not auflelent lake of the ofteriMR Noa. l.iuul.3 Mrtb- erta were-tradlni at the deliverable prices and" NOJ. 3 northemvat 2 l-2c under. "It ,1s evident that the short Interest out ol th is daya the ptin the JlhcemitijEi inael ottrtftu, ttf IM, aW yeto, I tad of tie triable. I GnutmdieiM to ill roBiraa." V. IVH-HeHUGi SOe hu; for At ill .deaien .r wit ay fftf U-ttre. United, Oten. Canadian Paciic lit 1-2; TT. S. Steel 77 U. S. 6teeVpreferred 105. tt rwilpti'234. '.Trade at .s Hoga, K8.- Thmraday'i Montreal tlvntaek REAEi, Bee. (Dominica Good 1040. necmda.have ma told Calraa, recelpta: Gran calves at receipts -'MS. Beit tnght a top ot' v Haft, recelpte'1'9.- OwUw to the BT few hogs oh sjde prices..were to'fll.'oK ChieiH Uyeatoek- CHICIOO, Dec; rewipts .beef opening slow; tealera steady, to- iiresej' bulk; to 111; iioekem and: strong., receipts. mostly S5 to 69 centa aver- 110.15 35 to 60 7- Sheep, "receipts fat lambs and SO to 75 cents higher; bulk: 111.80 Edmor.Ud Livettoek Dec. (Dbin Inloa receipts '4lj calvef nil. receipts, caused-practically listless Tflarket'ifpr traaiiiE. GbOd butcher medium and common to. 14.50; of good Choice'; AtEsqaimah to J6.50. FARMERS' BANK AT Ml NOT, N.D, SUSPENDS O M'lNOT.'iJ. D'., First. Bank ot Mlcot ciowd today. Depleted re- aerres'was giyen as the rea- son.- Oty Diiie tor Prefiiccs BeJFeb. 1, wfcat Loafer Here "OTTAWA, Dec. ail-dry date for Maaitoba, Sas- katchewan and Nora, goot'j, will prcb- be declM twtty. A special mtttijiif of the council is be- ag held prior to tie departure ot the irimb raiciiter for the and the for provinces It la usdertlood, U the for conslderatfoa.' The for tke coatog into ef- ect all-dry law Is said to be February: 1. 'The case'of Alberta, voted "dry" at the" same Saskatchewan .and S'ovk" may -cot determined Mtif.': Ji coapMLof aeceBsary official returns: ;arc': still. wanting from" Al- 'may arrive during the ztoald they do the all-dry date for'. will alto be considered. Is .he Joui .importation' into th'elr of alcoholic liquors, etc .43' IS perml (ted under will he prohibited, infriction or the law in this re- Sard'HimiioseB'lJaliliity lo a fine for lae1 first offence .'of. not less than than- aud, in dc- (a'ult'or payment, to Imprisonment foi any term not Issa, than three mpntlis and not mere" months, and for each subsequent bffepco tp Imprison- ment for any term net less than all Millions cf Bushels of Wheat Piled Up in Kansas Fields NEW YORK, Steel New York Heraid this morning prints a uumbcr of dispatches from points in tie middle Test of the United States dealiaj with" the wheat situation in that district. In an Introduction summing up the soneral conditions indicated by thsse reports, the paper says: "VThila congress. U wrestling with farmers' relief legislation hundreds of millions of bushels of vrheat are plied up lii the Ueldi and in the bins ol the aid-west. Kansas are burning their curn for fuel. "Wheat Is quoted at JI.63 per bnahel, ad'd the farmers the.' hold- Insout for JS.OO." i months .and 'not more tban tsrelvo Dee. contract for the the drydock at Esquimau has been let and Victoria Is tho recipient ot almost ChrhtnyiB gift. The'Brm.of P. Lyall and treal and Vancouver, were the fru blddeis on the huge work, the ac- cepted tender being approximately about the loternment estimate. Word of the- placing of the contracl forVtha drydock came to Hon. S. F, TolcilB, minister of agriculture; aiij was confirmed by Hon. F. B, W FiVp-YearTerm minister of public vrorks, In-an official aDiioimcement Was Held Up At n'ualiiy to Hpjs, receipts J3; selects J15.25 off care. Sheep, ".receipts :i06; choice lambs to 58.50; ihcico'ewes S6.CO.'to .TORONTO, was yery "quiet when resum- ed'.' on the" 'stock, eichiuse this morning but the: advances estab- lished by .a'nbinber ,of; Issues on Christmas ere ware-held. 'and, in some augmented- -by. fractions, tory bonds an uneven course but- price these 'securi- ties were of little "local gulHy to.severs robbery, was today sen! enqclil to five years Itf.tbe penitentiary ;yas a member o[ an allegei arrested here recentl: series'pf street robberies. Ii Imposing Bentence the-magistrate said! that Jiad "it not been'.for assistance rendered by Low In giving details on he would -hive ordered him' Than Montreal lituatifen in Canada About Four Per Cent. Worse Than CanadUa in Canada U to ua about'four per cent.ureat- r than would bathe normal l-thls' time of hat fher'e ire approximately somo more of. work- fn the of the country than there la other ytan at this ime. This'fijtiye at it his morning's session of the executive f the employment serrlce of Canada held at the labor depart' meat. to cectloTii .where the pinch o( nnehiploynent is'belnc mcit vell, -Toronto, it. if has more unemployment; proportionately; than has which U second on the ccutive, which are to continue through today and tomcirow. Thoie in'attendance' tills. liorninj sre 3. A. Bowman, general 'snperin- tendent of amnSoymeht serTlc'ejTIinl- tobai-Bryce djre'ctpr.of'eai- y'.oynwat service, QUawa, B. lUafce Robertson, rep'reeentins the -Manufacturers' asaocjidon, aid A. Montreal, i he Trades and Labor Contrtas of CauaGa. All lhes.G' are aiemtere of the Bother meaibsn of the council who attended this mornlngV MacNell, G. W. V. C. Uudwn, itiBerliiteiident ot euiplovnunt Frank -Harten, CaBadian O. A. SteTenaon.'de- parlmect of Eoldiers' cltil toen. mas eiie feucd oa tit floor o( tho roam be Mr..and Mrs. Schofield were recent arriTBls her a, the'latter haTice re- sided in CaljaTy btfore caailnj to thl cont. GERMAN STEAMSHIP LINE INCREASES CAPITAL' HAMBURG, Gcnnnay, Dec. Gerinan-Costa RJCA steaminrp has ificrease'd iti capital by maris. A (real part ot tho new aharts iivc been purahaied by the American line, the Nnrta German. Lloyd and Hugo Stinnci, the ,04rmiii capitalist CHRISTMAS GAKE MAY BE CAUSE OF THIS DEATH PRINCE RUPERTj B. C., Dec. ontreu; which U eecond on the The dead body of B. Schofield, Can- p third and'fonrth cities being! Kational emplpyee.-fWai fdund Winnlp'ee iid Means to cotnhtl tlte unemployment sttadtion from the .'rxrlnU of View of all. interei! ted It. U h ope d, be in bed m Christmas'moraine and by his body' his wife lay. itf an uhcon- DuV condition. Ptpmaine.' "pbiBon- ft bclieTed to haVc bton tie cause worked piit'at the meetings o! the ex- of SchbfieM's Traces of Christ A SUGGESTION The aBumUrrt heahh-V giving properties ;ol ScottsEmfllsiijn are as needful to addte to children. It fmt. stock eichahge' V eiceptlonally with jMarch 164 1-4, 164.1-2 and daring -the tra'dfag this 1-2, were followed by, BraaiKanlppeped at n_ .w._ v_ ....-._ a the, most NEW YORK, Bee. Y.orV started its-crime. December; 27, bones .imder thoj "Brldko.'oE connecting.the T6mbs-prison irlth.the. criminal courts buUding. 'William court clerk, reportedrfiat Friday of', the had taken watcli Probation ptBcer. Jas; ref ported that the same night two mea 'probation had been'-robj bed of ?40 and'Jig soon as they had'left'-the shelter of the criminal courts building. and then by a now Enliried fecelptj put the corn mar- ket on the downgrade. After opening -'uncharige'4' 16 3-8c lower, Including H.-prlces sagged all argund .befp're .beginning' to. recover.: '.Oats with other cereals, to a shade advance', .and a little more. Chicago Fftturei Opening CHICAag, Dec. fa- AVIieath-Decenrbor 169 1-3; March 69 1-4; 'May'74. 46; May 49 1-4. Chicago1 Ctoie Cash 'CHICAGO, Dec. cash: 2" hard -177V'No. 1 north- ern 179. 2 mixed 71 1-2; yellbw 7S to 76. t "f.'. v- KAISER BROKCHITIS iff EXflE Liberated "Wltttl arrt heard lie W BnadWi-has et- kiebi out of Ondiau Ubnated fnm temw el U bl.wa Ic along by noat Briteii- iwiJet -ptipU do effMif et.tmjta, aathaa, aei M aaileni tliy afcsnld liuiidrtdi writUn pfoelaln. mtrlta of: thla mlr- ia To rTksai ll Ccattrn: "TUs to I Veea.nirerlnf lor OTM tkrM vritk fcnneMUi jvat adriaed try BacMeyY I purchani t bjrttlejaad .after I n Brpmplon; wail ieiue, stMngthmilns' a; to .49. remained '-steady 'and changed. Bt- 87, wh'll8.vSBtion'al..Brew- went up 'a -45 Leaders amonff tie' shipplr.gsijjlls, i steels and constant "JBre ''during Boma of thojs' Issues repealife; proxlmating. qqupta- llons.' Atlantic fell S'i'tijiofiita; United' Fruit 4 'Crucible, vXexl can "arid Tiouston'oil 3 American. IJKQ 2 and Baldwin laca Copperi, rubbers, tobaccos, teitlles an'd varl- as .miscellaneous shares, .including ears-Roebuck, 'eased '1 to 2 points, nd "Tnotoru also r sirgged. The. flrna- ess 'of rails, .especially- frauscontln- ntals and i was in narked bntrast to reablion in' the general St. Brokers reported only a nom- nai; demand -loans which at' weelc'a fieure of .71 per ent.' Stocks NEW TORKrpec: (Wall Street week on the (oclc eielrancesflegah Tlth.a.rnuiap- tloa of last fYMayM presmrt) as'inst speoalallvo itruei. He- Steel 'the tapst' nt a sain 1-2 pro.opUy forWK- ng all but .si f racffci... aXet It snei n '.the end 'e'iaipinc t -l''f teiwd telitf, .v freWUd, 1 WM perfeelljr welL la'mainu 10 itying il ij the bnt rene4y ean-.e in contact with pMti; kri, Out' !eu Briai of tkU may'.-V> (era at W. K. Biekfcy, Limlud, 343 Maiml .St., TiU jrovaa tfioaiinJj of CansiilnB givo yen (Tire reh'ef. U unnol fail. uzl> prle that.ilinda bgtwcea yp'a and tho road to hoallh, Talie so Iniiit .en tie bottle ,wWi "Satisfaction eunranteed, or tnone? lifundert." yodr dtngjist. .19 IN tETHBRIOGE BY THE A 8TOKES DRUG 'CO, ASK CANADIANS TO COME TO THE AIDOJPSJARVING Dec. widespread 0] ,China terrible suffering tha on its trail, is reflected in an appeal made to Canaila through hi eicellency the. in cablp that has just been received si V "Shanghai, Dec. 82-----: "China helpless, appalling famine peoples' hfilp.. Bishop Hon an; MacKenzle moderator, McGlllivray, Shanghai.'.' C.P.O. LINERS DUE THIS WEEK ST. JOHN, Dec. Thre Canadian PacISc-Ocean.liners are du hero this wcoX -passengers." Th Grampian arrives tomorrow from An 85 cabla and steerag passengers; ber 31..frorajQlasgow-iflth and passengers Metagama on'January 1 from Live poor.with 800. class. _, v6'.ha3_already''Berved a term at 1; Cloud, jMicfl., penitentiary" on a ON msn ----------.__, Hon, rthur minister ol to arrive In "flr'Innlpeg for a visit which will-be-oj-foivr.'or flv'e dnration, ill'bjj by'a re- eptlbu. coinfitttee mm this city, hel" premier, it .is :iIiuijBnced, will lake no. pubiit'nireii-ua on this .visit, ut; his. time will bs' occupied fully with the reception of many'delcgat- ona from various parti of, tte prov- nee which appolntmchts xien'nlade. .the 'oveirieTit ia the hour.Vas dse alrnoat critlrclyvto'tho' bolter tone of Iridustrfals, oils, aid specialties.mbde.Vrefetively minor recoTeries. The cipae was .'irregular. Shippings, 'olUi-andv'independent steels were raided again by the shorts In today's dull but the transportation resisted pra> Salia approximated snares, SMOKING TOBACCO After years 0i Still Canada's preference. i.-The Resources ,of the Province are Back of 1 ALBEKH GOLD BONDS What setter itCLflty' for your Inveetment .than the B'ncral .and all the assets of the Province, of Alberts I no to both the Safer or Better Investment Offered' small or large investor, than Arrow to the long list of heavy .'stocks at mid-day when AlUntlc 6ulf extended ilsllOBS ond'lleplpgfa hccatne more rc- acUoaary. Riils retained their early Crmr.cis, ll oweyor, Xhe on I y 'backwa rd feitures ieltitt .che'sapflake and Ohio and' Illinois Central it'moderate de- clines. N.V. fuiiit YORK, Doc ci- c'dai'Ko steady, demaflil f35114; cables <3.62 Mj Canadian dollars U 7-S per cent discount Bar Sllyir NEW TOR It, Dec silver, domea'tle 99 1 2; foreign C) 1-4. New York Cloflng Sales NEW YORK, Dec sdleu, conblaed-the curilife trope tie! of every known "ready-mAde" remedy, you Vrobably could not cH Dtich'real cnrallvtf1 power as there, it. simple liorac-Mide founh which it easily prepared in It from any c rinex, pour II into IG-oz, 'an< Jilljth6 bottle Kith synip, usinjr'either sratiulatcd clitined iBqlftflses, horifiy. or corn aytnp; de- aired. The reiult Is 1C ounces of really better couch than you coulil' rftady-inaaa and saves easily Taatea pleasint and "never spqiU. .This 1'Jnex and Syrup preparation gets right tf. the cauEe of a co-.igh atid Klves almost inimcdiito relief. It lotMcna the Thlecm. slops the, thmai tickle and heals the sore, irritated membranes to'gelitlr' and easily thai U is rtally ailonlihing.' 'A ilny's use will innatly cverrom ordiusry coUih and for and broneuial anthmi, there a bellfir, .Pinci a most vulusMe concenlraftd compcnnd of ecnuinc Xorkay pjne 'ei- tracti has used for generations pevtro couglis. "To ttM 'jmt for onnffs of Pinei" with fiill don't swept IMne OitnVintftd to cive "in or money' uroniiitlv-re- Tt5 V'mei Alberta Year 6 per cent Gold Bonds issued in dendniinatlpns.of and and priced at par, (there being no deal- er's commission payable by the purchaser.) v The are Steady arid Sure' Every aii 1st of May and 1st of November, interest at the rate of annum Is paid by coupon, and tho principal with intereit dna will be paid In full on 1st c! May, 1930. They may: lie registered as to principal. Apart from the attractive rate of interest these bonds bear, and tho fact that they are Cre9 from all taxes in tho Province of Xltierla, th'e citizen with the Interest o( the Province at heart; will readily EDO the advantage o( this form of Invcitraent, Elnco interest payments now.' going outside will' be kept at homo. .Now the you ha'ven'l enough to buy a 6% bond, start taring by purchasing Alb'e'rta'. 5% demand saving's certificates and exchange them later (or Gold Bonds .Send for application' form, Or mall your- acceplog 'c'ueciuo to. tiia. Deputy Provincial Treasurer; or you mny purchase these' (fold Boruis through your local bank, or ,'rom any recognized bond houso in the Province- of Alberta, Hon. C, R. MITCJfELL; W. V. NEWSON. Provincial Treasurer. Deputy Provincial Treaa. Parliament Builiiinsa, EDMONTON ALBERTA ;