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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, DECKMBKR 31, V920 LETHRRTDGE IUILY HERALD MARKET REPORTS LETHBRIOGE GRAIN PRICES S'rldes today for grata In Loth- bridge, wagon load lets follow; Wheat............ }i5i Oats J3 Barley ,........s...... 55 max i''oc Bye Winnipeg Grain'Market f WIN SI Dec. hi Condemned Track ..........190 .No. 20. Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Dec. UP; turns Iu prlco of wheat-took ylaco I uro fqr.any belter ovcrnlsht DOS. Some notice, how- defined reason Hecenber wheat ever, was taken .if the' Chicago Fed- this morning an.d the raoath passed feral.Hescrve.Da'-'k's reportthat there .the most conspicuous exception, ope-rj'- at ifiicuuuai ioaa Which scou was Increased to Jour points', or a new record tf 71 1-3. Among the early dealings were a few "cash" these evldnelly belnjt made 'to [establish income tax pay- ments for the expiring year. Oils, equipments, motors, tobaccos, textiles and leathers becamo locreas- iugly active and strong during tho morning. Mexican auflJPiin-ArocTlcau petroleums, Hoyal Dutch, New York Airbrake, Baldwin, Kelly-Springfield, Halted States Rubber, Uooderlch, Au- aconda, American Smelling. American Tobacco, Tobacco Products, AmerU caa Central Leather and Hide preferred registered s of 2 to almost 5 j i Rails moved more deliberately. .PAGE FIVE Class Movement People Would Get Back To The Good Old Days in the fiood old way as citizens of asset. They add MARRIED AT TABEK (From Our Own Correspondent.) BH, Die, f or group, (by speikins, which is goveroneat by "One of the roanIfestalloEs of tho Parliament. As time eoea'ou'aud as spirit I. refer lo is tho revival lately I elosa acquaintance with our laws arid the very old practice of fanning'our system becomes more graeralj. prejudieo against the- part which undoubtedly that proses (3 soing I yer-s taken la public I" lawyers have taken a ve is pa.. out of proportion to their as tho practice of correct de- Burns, of Grassy i'hit has been true of -every bating becomes djvctep-' Sev> officiating: Tie mtfc country In the world. I lnat Is-a whole'lot slower. who arrived a ago not tlilnk it is trua of Ihls country [ho need of the tho motherland, was given-away any othe.r coualr.v-where lawyers havo i >'cr aDl1 therefore the prevateaco; oj Mr. Ales. Primi-vsa ot Taber, Mrs. (been prominent in public lite in parliament will become i frharcse being present at the cero- 'tboy havo-ohtAined tho less tbroush anything In the nature of class orgjnliatlos; They have Incle .....__ less. Uut if he atiilcs also. .A rece-pltaa was at public position on his raerits as'a pub-1 hoke of Mr. and Mrs. Prlmrosa at. lie servant It surely Is a good thing; tho closo of tho cc-remony. address ou the pio-1been divided, about evenly divided. ls oot a lad thiag. circumstance was .tho fact, that the- itr-im of his present brief visit to 51ac- .political opinion and the fiercest bat' j "I believe that organization for pol- "ride hzi been born and reared- la of democracy have been conduct- market all contract grajjs going ic to the clesr ag house, whllo somo bus loefls being v-orked iu off grades The coarse grain markets continued without feature and the trade volume Is extremely small offer- ings and somewhat- indifferent de- mand. Oats closed 111 to 12o higher Imnur i T 10 J l-Sc higher, flax 2 34 to 5 3-4c higher and no unchanged to lc: lower. Q M atlcns May Be" May Doc r Dec. fMay Open. 196 Close. S6 around. Oals were dull, bul.relatively flrpi, starting'a shade to Iric 49 to 49 1-8, but theft hardening a.trme. 'Chicago Close 2nd Futures CHICAGO Dec caji 1 mixed 181 mlxM 65 to No. 3 yellow 69 to 70. to 48 J wwte 481S to CLOS1- FUTUnES May 1S2S. 74M Jul) 74% nly 47 Winnipeg LlvestocV "TVINMPEG Dec. DranchJ-necelpts 200 cattle and 230 veaj [he C3tctaage hogs Tho cattle market opened with approvluatcd 1100 000 shares a decidedly higher buyers bid I ding CO to 76 .cents'higher, over yes- rister at Porlago Ixi'Pralfie. and brief profession in tho jiublic life of Canada There Is nothing DO said o un practice, never so common es now, of :Uaa usually been cpnsld- "SXlng to preluillrc 'j 0 ered an advantage, and very often lias luien nerelj on account ot their call proted tp.ue'EO. The training s.. ta' 200 195 207V. Dee ila> 16 Cash ho 1 Nor 183% No 2 Nor Ko 2 fj0 4 Nor No o Nor. X'o 6 Feed Track, Manitoba; Saskatchewan and Alberta' XO CW o2Vj feed No 1 Feed 47H Nc 3 Feell Track 3 8914 No 4 lieJecteoVand feed FLAX No 1 f W.C _ yo 2 G 11 No 3 C W I terday s close on .fair to good quillty n f S7i, killers An eiCbptlonallj strong de 1C mand existed for the limited offerings- OCCUlllC ilUVVll 15 ofl Hogs ere steady' for "selects. Best Solution of The Soil Drifting 104 16S 190% 169% ?16 for Selects. N Y Funds NEW YORK Dee ex change cab- les 1-4; Canadian dollars 13 7-8 per cent discount t TORONTO, Dec. trad- ing-and further; advances in a num- ber of the more speculative Icsues ASStfJSS comflture of the bhippmg oils Eteels. equipments and coppers contin uei to lead, rails also making further a democracj, nothing so improvement. Outslandlng features unfeorthy of our public lifs, as the embraced 'American International and Vexicarf Petroleum. Crucible, Baldwin and St. Paul preferred. 1 tt S pvirt iff i! lest period when Heading The period ive are passiag Ihrough moJrrate extensUe :io declared the premier is some I short cohering continued The thing of an eaigma but this be was easy, i jsald for. It. that there is a greater tea- Extreme declines of 2 to points jileucy to class .consciousness, to a be- chiefly amongiindustrlals aui] 'speclM-j in class interest lind to a reliance marked tho final session of the! on class organization'thin In any bile previous age I say'this spec ial reference to farmers Tho ten IB general Indeed arc he organized and inter organized until such a thing as Individuality fs well nigh forgotten, and the air is thlo assertloils of class rights I wish we had lodaj more plain Can adians men and wo-nen who depend ed for success on themselves on the excellence'of their own wdr'lr, on In- dividual courage and enterprise and thoroughness, :and-who reasoned-.ont convictions on public questions has earned ft as a mau and as a cit.jlawyai-s closer together in a spirit ot lien au'l because he Is equipped to dls- j comradeship for which one--would look charge public, duties.. tin.vaia In any other arena of the am- billons and rivalries'of me'n. ,3 w.wjuer J" le-fP" and .tradition of and no worse.. In point of equipment i ba.r of CaKnad.a' J 'l Wiji airways be jealously preserved." As a man and as a citizen, the' lawyer Is no .'better than anyone else LOXDOX. Dec- Lloyd George, speaking in the house of. com- mons yesterday said ha was opposed toJiasly action altering (tie .'treat; ol Sevres ia favor ot against the (Ireakn. going slowly with After for fifteen saying there might "3 eGuueiiiOr.'asatssor and [ailbna tiiels recen ndered at tho bar tin tho mayorj Edward }I. Doi'metly tes additional slallona in areas not at present served Tn the'ser.vIcVlo :be given by these sta tlons it was recommended tbat spe- Attention be given to wind volo city, evaporation and barn-metric i res sure while continuing the re cords rof temperature rainfall and A will (be on Iho execu live committee, committees Jon, plant experi- mentation ind Investigation and management and crop and seed teen nical knowledge were also appointed Twenty eight new members wrc proposed and accepted, making., Iho membership of the Western Canadian Society-of Agronomy now sixty-five The experimental work xlhus far carried on bad. not been sufficient. the agrohomlsts felt, anil ttndef existing conditions tho jfnmcdlate securibg of raoro complete Information on all llip points Indicated was onetof the most essential steps, toward preventing further losses' from soil drifting ant1 drought. Diversification Advocated Mqro diversification and at the same tlnlo more careful farming was d'e Glared to be another need of the A Happy New Year The past year has brought to-ttfis of Good Clothes many new faces, and we tnist that no one has dissatisfied. 'To please old friends and to win many more new ones shall be our constant endeavor during the New Year. With a promise to do all and more for our pat- rons during 1921 than we ever have done before, i WE WISH ONE AND ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR H D'" l c e'-KesourGes Qr: the rroViace. arg PaGK of I) 3E PRINCE of WJIt CHEWING TOBACCO Canada's atantJarcJ since What belter security for your Investment than the general revenue anil all of ihe Province of Alberta? v There is no or Better Investrtient Offered to both the small or large, investor, than Alberta Ten Year 6 per cent Gold Bonds issued in denominations of and and priced'atpar, (there being no deal- er's commission payable by the purchaser.) The Returns are Steady and Sure livery six of Jlay and 1st of November, interest at the rale of G% per annum is paid by coupon, and tho principal with Inlercst duo will be paid In full on 1st of Stay, 1530. They may bo registered as to principal. Aparf from tho attractive.rate of Interest theso bonds bear, and tact that .they are frco from all taxes in iho Province "of Alberta, tho citizen with the Interest of 111? Province :it heart, wllf-reaflilv EEC tha advantage of this form of Investment, since interest .payments now going oulsido will bo kept at homo. Now is the Time to Invest- H enough to buy a bond, ctnrt saving by purchasing Alberta 5% demand savings certificates uiiu oxchango them later for Gold Itondg. Send for application form, or mail your accepted choquo (o tho ttoputy Provincial Treasurer; or you May purchase thepo Cold llonds through your looal bank, or any recognized bond house in.tho PioTini'd of Aliicrla. Hon. C. R. MITCHELL, W. V. NEWSON, Proyinclal Deputy Proviuclal Treaii. I'arllameut Buildings. EDMONTON ALBERTA ;