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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1920 THE JATHBBIDGE DAILY HERALO PAGEHFIVE MARKET REPORTS LETHBRIDGE JiRAIN PRICES 2'rlccs paid today for gram In Lelh-l bridge, wagon load lots follow: Wteat ....'.................J1.55 Oata .33 Barley....................-. .65 nyo 1.20 .Winnipeg Grain Market feature of tho markets today was. tho heavy deliveries of all grains through the clearing house, the- disappearance of ail premiums for cash stuff and strength in the December, tho latter indicating that last hour shorts had Mill some adjusting to make. Since' tho 'firiVof the month December Tv-hest Tjas advanced .40 cents.' There no roporti ol new' buying for export. today, aud all business -was toward filling old contracts. The close: was to unchanged. The cash wheat derated was very poor with ligbt offerings. With light 'offerings and an Lndifi: ereut demand existing, the. coarse grain markets cont-riued duli'scd fea_tiircrcss again today, .closed -1-2 to 2c lower; barloy -uhchaiiged; flax We lower .to l-Ze higher and rye l-4c lower to 3c higher. Opeu. Close. 19S 1SG No. 2 higher coal prices issued by the direc- lor of coal 'operations. O 'hini-by ine city council.In part remuneration for services ren- dered during said "1 gained 12 pounds In 4 re- gained my strength, was able to sleep -u-rltcs a grateful user of money was'no'fniltjceiiient for. Physicians endorse him lo accept tho position. Ho served from a sense 'of duty and- was wl'Ung lo do "li free'.' -J It for strengthenlus; tho nerves, en, blood, building flesh and muscle. Obtainable at J. D. lligln- botham t Co., Limited, and every good dnig store. Appeni ____________ Cattle, receipts 26. Nothing of '-.quality --was received. Butcher steers, -choice (10 to 5] I. Calves, receipts 49.; Sold quickly at steady prices ._ Sheep, receipts 8S pnl) one load nTmbs Offered -'and' told .at SH.uO. Fe.iv good "sheep brought 6 1-4. ccnjs. receipts 175. Selling itrjong at. yesterday's prices. v Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, -T3CC. Dominion Receipts 150_ cattle and 60 hogs.' 'Bidding limited offer- ings close of although trying decidedly qniej. X advanced.SOc. this, morning, selects Belling at Due to lofck" of. 'receipts there -was no. trading lamb market. v ;Chicigo Livestock CHIC AG OP Dec] e, receipts .boefiCattle unevenly 25. to..50c higher; bnlln: steady to" strong .calves feeders .steady; choice V-ealers to packers mostly.. to Hogs, receipts -fairly arttre mostly 35 to 50c lower, than yester day's average; lop for lights; pigs 2p to'35c lower. receipts fat lambs 25 to SOc ch'oicft' 16 shippers to ?12. l Edmonton Liyectoik EDMONTpN, Dec. (Dominion receipts _23; calves 0. Another day of light ed a quiet market, with prices remain- ing about, steady. 'Choice butcher steers J7 tcv common to good to choice, female' stuff ._..._ ________ to common to to; feeders Is an 'intestinal Inrcc- fo to calves 6.50 to for Conflicting movements occurred during tho dull mid-season, Atlantic 3nlf and Crucible Steel' increasing Edmonton West; :mluister of munici- heir losses sb'ipp-ihgslralilies, Hon. Herbert C. Darnocb, and several of thi- rails Centre; minister ol Intellec- .heir gains Inactive equipments lual Hon. Clive Stephens, .irid specialties also ably pullmau, Worthlngto'n Pump, Western and-; -'Montgomery- Ward. How To Guard Against Appendicitis Attack ln Permanent. Cabinet CKcsen Tho bbya have chosen a cabinet as follows: premier and minister of or- ganization, Gowau. lEdni Vermilion; minister, of physical pro- gram; Hon. Maicolin Clares- liolm" Agricultural College; minister of devotion ...program', Hon. Albert Close Wall Street Ronninj, of social Rails were replaced-as leaders in prograroi (Hon. John; Slttchell, Oyon :he last hour by American Internatiou-Turil district; provincial secrelary, il Standard-Oil ot New-Jersey, U.S. Hon. Carl Lethbridge. The opposition chose 'as leader Rob- in Davidson, of Edmonton. The clerk of: the .House -is.. SV iiackman, of Clarcsliolm. Rubber, Chandler and Studebaker Motors and International Paper at gains of points. Tie close was irregular. f Closing T3.S. Steel 70 5-8; U.S. Steel preferred j Besides the providing for tlte Nevl York (Establishment -'.of !--'tli8 Older-Beys' NEW YORK, Dec. bills have been change demand 3-8; cablos. the" promotion of Trail Rangers and LW Passed Canadian 13 5-S per cent, discount. silver, Bar Silver NEW YORK, Dec.- 30- tion often due to ofd, "retainer! waste I choice. matter. Even thouRh bowels move Hogs, recelpTS-46; -Selects off may accnmnlata in the, cars.r "systini The intestinal j: receipts'170. Lambs to on goou to upper aiid lower bowel And brings out inalter-vvhich might 'start an appendi- citis-infection. EXCELLENT for gas on -the stomach "and cnrbnlc-constipa- tion. Adler-i-ka brings out matter thought was In your pysteni. J..D. Higlnbotham and Co., Limited, druspists. v choice ewes to TpnONTO, .reac- tion's following nearly 'a week 'of ac- tive trad ing. which a number of advances wore rhaue occurred in some stocks on'the Toronto stock ex- this estab- doniestlc 99 i-2; foreign 65.1-S. NatBeHCase :StiDWorks In a Circle i .i ED.MONltIN, Dec. plications in connection with the lyat Bell liquor case were presented to the appaliato- division of-the-supreme court of Alberta this morning. Sidney IS. ogcnt'ot the attorney- general's department, asking for. a eiteoution on th6 order of Mr. ustice Hyndman ordering return of he liquor stock under forfeiture, a lay the replevin order issued by he same judge, .for leave to appeal rom the judgment quashing the ma- SistrataV conviction and forfeiture jrder.'. If leave to appeal IB granted proper, will not be heard until a'nuary 17awhen the next regular sit- ing of the-appellate division is sched- uled, to convene.' ;It that counsel will fur- nish argument and that a-dccision will be reached tho f court this afternoon. Tuxis Boys in territories adjacent to towns.and cities; the-establishment of provincial fallisr-and.son. in.-pctobsr; and jthe'-holding of a provincial" .older b'oys'. .-leadership training xamp, at-SyTvan Lake .or some oilier :suitable thai Its! members must-be members of, local' Tuxis Boys' clubs and actively- eii- Canadian Standard Efficiency TrainlhCjWork. rcpresenUi- are to como.jifrpm the eame church .and city members aro to be chSsen.from clearly defined 'districts. L resolution passed the bouse 'calling upon clergymen and church workers WITH ZERO LOST LITTLE FROST iMOTOR-RIDErPLAYMLF VANCOUVERl-VICTdRIA Canada's Resort Ehroute seo Fifty SwIUtrltndt In CANADIArl PACIFIC ROCKIES In their winter Oh'olco Of TWO TRAINS dally comfortable tliopers Ccmiiartmort Ilbrarj vitlon Excellent lervloe, Ask tSe of GAIIAOlAN PACIFIC RAILWAY Vlarriage Annulled Wheri Husband Finds Out His First Wife Was Living MONTREAL, Dec. Jus- 'tic? Bruno handed down today In the superior court annul- ling the marriage of Daisy Mit- chell to Chaii. Hamilton. The ceremony took place at Verdun. 'on June 17 last. Hamilton at the time belfeved himself- to be a In November last, how-, over, his first wife after an ab-' fence of ten years reappcnred. Tin judge found that the parties taij ,-ittecl in good faith.' Brier SMOKING TOBACCO ourf building save their earn- savings'account FOUNTAIN PEN FOR TEACHER (From Our Own ...XEMISKAM, Ucc. most .fcn joyablo evening was spent on Friday the children of the Sunda; scliool gave n Christmas cntcrlalnr.ien lo all. A splendid program was given consisting of songs, flag drills and violin 'solos. groatcs praise Is due to Volh children, nm as every ;ilc-in was so well; done. After the program Santa paid a visit and distributed (lie sifts from a largo tree, everyone getting bags of Boorlles. A very pleasant feature- of the evening wna the presenting by the children of a fountain pen to their teacher, Mr. Ten-life. SASKATOON PIONEER SASKATOON, toet W. Tllfin, pioneer nwV.eal ol Saskatoon, and honorary president of the Saska- toon exhibition board, died, here yes- .lerday at Ik? rf !2, :Por the young folks or the person; ings, there is no safer or surer WE than investing in Alberta 5 Per Cent. Savings Certificates '-For lherpefson with a hundred dollars or more, up to the bis investor, no better In- -vestment; will ba found than Alberta Ten Year 6% Gold Bonds in denominations of ?IOO, 5500, and 5JOOO, and bearing Interest Ihn rrvlo ot S per cent, per annum, pas-able by coupon half yearly, 1st of May and 1st ot November. This form of saving and Investing is desirablo for all farmer, tho wage earner or business proprietor, the peraoncu medium or bis salary. It is equally eltrac- livo to ail. H you have a hundred dollars or'more, buy ALBERTA TEN YEAR GOLD BONDS. They earn" 0 per .ce'nt. interest. The principal with Interest duo will be paid in full 1st -Ot May, 1330.' A particularly-desirable feature of thetio gold in addition to giving a the very 'boa't aud safest rclurn on their money, they aro free from all taxes in tho Province of AllxirUi. No needilo wait until jott have a hundred dollars focfnro Put your Email savings info ALBERTA 5 PER CENT. SAVINGS CERTIFICATES. You can exchange them later for C per cent..Gold Uonds at par, These savings certificates earn a per .cent, interest, and are redeemahls on demand. Buy ilieso bonds direct from the.Provincial Trcasuver, through your bank or from any recognized houd house in Ihe Province. SEND FPR APPLICATION FORM 1 Address communlcJilTons to Deputy Provincial Treasurer. Kon. C. R. MITCHELL, Provincial Triaturcr' w. y. NEWSON, Deputy Provincial Treasurer EDMONTON, ALBERTA ;