Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
.VOLUME FOURTEEN PAGES LETHBRIDGlv ALBEP.TA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY FOURTEEN PAGES NUMBER 4k Soldier Will Oppose Drury Sterling Jumps to 3.39 or 20 Ceats Over Low Mark Recorded CANADIAN EXCHANGE NOW STANDS AT 14 i. J. Soldier. Editor, Farmer, RUB Apinst Ofttario Premier MILTON, 6nt, John farmer editor 'ef tin and'an ex- stcrHary Seitkoro branch Great War Vetermnt' Association, hat jnnciimetd'i his candidature against that will run it arf soldier candidate. Ht United Fanners, of- but is opposed the leadership of Premier Drury jind Hon. W. E! Ransy. -i'-'- NEW YORK.'Teb. ou de hills for the British pound ster ling opened at morning am toon advanced1 to This Is 2 cents abova the the da; The. raling of Canadian money In York improved this I sympathy with, the Improved situation in' ste'fllng: 'The discount'rate was M 10 14' 1-2. against 16 1-2 at yester- close! 'At-the Bank of Montreal h'ore.T however, it was the (luolatio'n purely a nominal one HA 'there was little trading eith- ,T in Canadian currency or sterling in the, opening hour. Hates on franc, cheques opened 34.5? to Ihe-American 48 cen- timss up .from yesterday's close. Ital- mi'lire opened at 18.32, or'49 centimes Tc-waid noon "foreign exchange as- more settled tone. ;Demand sterling sold "un'to hut'.later dropped back where it held ftea'dy ifp till iioon. Francs wei'O quoted The London Market liONDOX, Feb. of foreign eichahgC today was gener- nllK'iripre-'.fav'prablc. Under Hie Je'ad of York.to 1'aris exchange eased to and -17 francs, r respectively. 'The.moye- --raent was based on tho growing belief Oy to deal wi th th e." ei ch ange ON COLD 'The of 1 Northern" celTinii'.abbjJt; dollars an 4 ounce 'prsnsiUDi 'on gold pro duced. Trjip: is due to their pro duct at a pVeiMiMi of per ;ceut. Jufthe United Slates, iu Ihe case ,p( :lhe llollinger. 'where about if-t.300 is betas the receipt ot }3.70 afl-. ojiBce premium aiuounls to.aae'flra montSljV i'r aoi added net rev- rsteift Sir Lomer Gouin Is Ready to Step Out .r 44 4. WAR AMONG GiGAGO'S GUNMEN }Mef of Feudists Killed By En- emy Gang" and Revenge Call Goes Qilt Feb. and wholesale kill Ings are. Jmml-ient in this city, the, police btfore the murderer of fitlossyVErir'Sht, chief of feudists and leader of Gunmen, Tuf sday- night as Mn front of hli' It captured. The double-barreled sawed off .shotgun were emptied into-.EnrlghVs bodXv EnrTght the wenty-third vlcllirj of Chicago' labor feUdi and .V'' the ninety-third man to die here by the sawed-off shotgun. Police say his fate Was decided many weeks ago, and gunmen shadowed, him biding their He must have known his doom was sealed. Now, say-the police, the Ert- rlght gang has.sent out'the. for revenge, and at least 10 killings are probable'before .'the police make an arreit; Clue clue is: being by the authorities and many suspects have bctn.questioned and feleas-. ed. Some have taken their release unwillingly, knowing that they ma'iked by their "opposition Aboard Driven Aground in Atlan- Has Served Party for 15 Yean Suffrage in Que- bec Unlikely. York, ran -one mile oft the coast at ;R6ckiway Point, on Long sjorm early today aiid sent OBtv'.'S.'O.-S." calls for as 'sistancc.-- WrecljrnstugB and a police patrol boat to the aid of the stranded. '.t.