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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta The Live Local Xetfobrifcge "fceralfc FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1920 LETHBR1DOE. AOJ.WTA. Stock Movement in Five Months In South Alberta Head Heaviest on P. R- Handled WJioJe Gnthered From..Widely Scattered Head Passed Out of Hands of Karmeii, Bringing OOC it in '.Sacrifice Heavitsi Movinj of.V.ick in] 5.EOO carloads In 133 wooing Is the liy it: LnhBridg- division of the C.P.R- In: the'five montht from Auguat to December 31st, fid the alnioit Impcisible ttnie of wither during the litter part of October, Ih; whole of No- vember'and the early part u- nf .'which1 etflclali of the company here feel they can Justly proud. Over per day. at the rats of 40 crri, or one trslnload a day. Curing much of the.time when there waa the una0aionable weather, causing a rush to. market, the movement wii much heavier, reaching f.t average of 100 cars tally for days a stretch, In vicwof these figures the com officials fesl that complaints about delays In providing cars and In moving'stock are''wncalle'l for, os claliy since, at the same time, there irei yir.uriijfseuyeiited'rush ct- fecc 1 rora'outEide districts to pointB withii the distdcircausing a double load 01 the EvallaMtTnitrini; stock and motive ____y aoMiMBt ftwt It alao tic (atUrtac far a lirje foothill Kndiar Crart next lar-jul shipper with U7 cart. Cayley coming -third "irlta 357: All these points were big for probably represented as much money aa Cards- ton for cattle shlpited ill free from and vrere inortly there lot the wrae.nrie for feed In thirt lAindbreck shipped 25S 333, JUc- od 215. IK. Okotoki 104, cults JOi, Bjrawed MM" end. MtiOuim 155. nrds shipped IU cay. All other Dints shipped thau 100 i all there ".were C2 points making of can andiiug slock wore box cars. MMFARH mm-rn SHEEPMEN EXPECI ID REALIZE SIXTY Market SUvr Bat Exchange WiH Be Got Many Of the 133.600 head o T.'hich were cattle, it Is estimated lha half'went to Chicago, with Iho KniRht Watson Co. the largest shlppo-3. 1'rob iibly 25 per'cent: went to (he Cal or other- ynrds goini out of fhB.hands of Iho.farraera in th' i.islricl. The.renialntus '-'5 per cem shipnisnts from one point to ai other for feeding purposes. Sc lha approrinieteiy 1QO.OOO head passe out n'f '.he hands of Southern Alhsrt farmers al toga find in s t heir to the block in the majority of case: 1 Locs of Bresdlnj Stock This loss in 'More thnn .one. Foi1 one thing, broeJin fllock has been-badly depleted in'man flhdilt1 will- take- Tour'or ysart ,tq, ;this she- etocli went to the bloch. yearling "and two-year-oldvlieiiera1 being sold- as Thus the latent slock possi- bilities oi Southern Alberta were struck a cruel hlov.-.Iu addition, there big loss-through the throwing of so. much stock on the nwrkct. all al tho prices were natural- ly battered' do'.ru. and cattle have sold IS 'months, ogo at brought less .thniii-jDO: In titis way tiie Inss probably lo Southern Alberta farmers. Five Million New Money At the -sania time the heavy forced stuck movement to ilic. nlarkel during the fall accounts ill iCnieasurc'for Ibe lirosporlty which is evident -at the present-.lliiie; The :ol untile sold oulrlght realized easily 550 per head, considering that, there wss jnncli oC it iu tho'early part of-Iho season In1 good .beef condition. This means new money of which Its way into She regular channels of 'Cardftton Heaviest Shipper Cardslon was this heaviest shipping pDint-'in Southern 'Alberta durine the five months with S49 carloads, repre- senting some 2I.5GO.head, mostly cat- tle. racEiit practically a million- turnover.- :The "fact' that it was oveu .drier iu the foothills of south- west Alberta lastisumnier than in the cause of the Inspector Kiske of the A.P.P. has :urncd from Edmonton after attend- ee the banquet of (lie of he R.N.W.-JI.P, held at the Corona Hotel there, on the uth. He says t was a highly successful and repre- sentative gathering of some 100 5n addition to other Ihere jroscnt Meut-CJovtrnor Brett, rrcm- er Stewart and lion. J. ,R. Boyle. 1 Among Ihe veterausi present wai Colonel Denny, who was No. 2 In the original force. Barhoy Cooper, an ex- coBnt veteran, created great laugh- !ur when, in rising to propose Hie Lbflst'of the veterans with' a glass of dry ginger ate in his hand, he said thai the Atiorney-CJeneral shouH he ameil to see nlm put In the Ignom- inous posltioii of having to. propose such a toast sith ginger ale. The banquet was a .strictly leetotal one. Inrade Market Here For Ami Are Paying Fancy Priew Too Though Southern Albcrla did not raise much more lhan enough wheat istt year for and feed, what was raiaed is In great demand, for not ouly are the mills buying up they can get. but the of. Montana are Invadine the Southern Arbcrla market intent on securing as much of Ihe surplus as may be available for seeding In that state nest tprlng. Price Is no'object with .the Montana people, for reputation and quality of Southern Alberta spring wheat high, and American millers aro pay- ing as high as per bushel for similar up Alberta sheaf oats, and there Is auite a movement of this con acnxs the lln? tt Sweet Grass. Most ot the s'nipruenls are beins niado from Northern Alberta where there was a lot of frosted oats last fall. The Graf West Felt Co., Blmira. have placed insurance) on 01 their employes ranging from to MonEanEt stockmen-are also buying In the sale or wool shipped o' tie Canadian Cooperative Wool Cro'ifere, Ud., Toronto, due to the slow condition of market durinz ha winter juonths, has held np inal statement of affairs ot the woor shipments made br members of the Soufhera Wool Growers'. Asso elation, but ,t according to Secretary .T. OIcLsod; local shipments an from two-third! to three-quarters sold so that by time the annual meet ing is "-definite s'.xte meat will bo available. Sir McLeod teems utfEfied dial an aver ago' price ranging around the' 60-cent mark will be secured, which is prac- tically the same average figure as was received for.thc 1918 clip. -Alberta wool being sold In ton market now is getting all the lit ot the exchange rates. a lot of wool sold thero in November on the basil of American funds yielded a premium in Canadian money of AN ANCLICAN MASS MEETING A niuis ot Auill- cans will be held In Ihe V.M. C.A. auditorium on Saturday h evealnc ueit, the lulli ictt, nt S o'clock in -with the Korws.rd Movemeiii. The k mf will be addressed by the Yen. Sindwa, ]faMrs. 71. 1. Browm and II.' P. virj. K.O. AKkcan in hiMse is urgwtly requested to attend. VERY FEW All The Ucal Newt Where You Expect It la the inaltfr ot relief for vetwaus, necessary tertiGiate from f. C. ers o! Canadian Co-operative Wool IM., will be held in L'algary on January 16th, which >nH auecd- ed by quite a number uf members from and district. At this aweling one of head officials of in the recent appropriations for that purpose, it It worthy of note iu Ihe Me-iiciur Hat district it BUU of Jloje on disbursed in relief iu twelve days after ccbeme came into operation, while in sc tir. the sum has not reached 5500- In sum approximating J3000 has so paid out, and in Edmonton The coniptralivcly small sum in re- lief paid out so fsr by the local Pat- riotic Tund does not by any moans trt- speak la want of activity on the part of the committee, but is due to the luck ot applications. To Quality for assist- ance from the funJ. according to'lho government regulations, it is neces- officer, were mld.o! two ]ob< bt Raymond vaaaut which they tely accepted and returned to 'Baj- _ me nil to fill (hem. without bothering'" 'urther over relief. Saltern In Hat tmall ddfeunemenU of ocal Fund point to a satis- factory o( thbgs in iWrlct so far It concerns vetenni In need. Hat ic employing scouts, one u city and two outside (o go out. and- find veterans la need ot relief. the oonrjany xlll present from To Mry to Ehow ,n ,je 0, ronlo.to give first liahd information on the state ot Ihe wool market and the sales wilch havo already been made. The question of field grading next summer-will also bo carefully v Pcr cent-- besides paying hand- DIPPING ON JUNE STH.AND 15TM Universal dipping of cattle In the territory enclosed by the mange lines will be carried v out In Alberta on June 5 and June 36, in accordance with the terms xbf the, resolution i ]Hsscd at a stockmen's meet- Ing with J. H. Grisdale, deputy minister of agriculture in gar'y a few weeks ago. This- announcement was made by the; deputy of "W. Carlyle, man- ager ot the George Lano ranch, at Ottawa-a faw (lavs ago. llns charges, provided a profit Cor the owners ot the wool. The American market is still ejnlet nut' the1 finer wools a ro pretty wall bought up' EO, thai the coarser are bringing better prices. Meeting In Calgary A meeting of the western sharehotd- The Southern 'AllierU GTOV.-- ere' Association has secured a new warehouse next1-to thq.Saunders Hay and Grain Co. with spur trackage. Tho office ot tho company vttl shortly bo .red from the Sherlock Block to the SpwWug of the condition ot the ihwp In this tlSBtrict, Mr., W that so far as ho can learn the have DCOU- light, but much feed been consumed. Very llitls feed- ing Is batag dona at present and If warm weather continues the sheen will come through the -winter in fine shape. If heavy storms occur later the losses may, however, bo heavy. The breed- ing season is also considered to have been a poor one, and it is feared that Ilia lamb crop will be muck lighter than usual: pllcanl, that (here is nothing of em- ployment available for him. At the present llmo in the local government labor bureau there are not a baker's dozen ot men. soldiers and civilians combined, who are seeking for Jobs. Two men from Raymond came do_ the other day to apply for the relief and, going to the bureau to get-tha This plan betu not adopted in LothbrMne In the feeling that where there Is the need there will the ap plications. Meanwhile store keape-i and otiers In the country who know of needy c23eB_are urged to nientlon tho same 4o the local and to ask the men to apply for the neces- sary toilet which the committee will be only too happy to pay. iMr. Montgomery Bell, head of the S. C.'H. In la the city ou Thursday an'd conferred with the looul Patriotic. Committee in the afternoon as id'the problems connected with thi relief. .1 PHONE No. 1314 426 13th STREET NORTH J. A. JOHNSTON GROCERS Pe.ir Jam, Plum Jam. Wagstaffe's 4s I'eachlade, Magic Baking C. i S. Coffee, per 16............... Oro Brand Peaches, Plumlade. Grajie and Raspberry, 92O Orspe and Black Cur- rant, -Is............. H. P. Sauce, per Iwttlo 5 Fry's' Cocoa, halfs, each................ Finest jap Hicc, per Ib............... Finest Siani per Ib............... Gold Milk. Si. Charles Milk. each Koya'i Yeast, pec packet Pineapple, Flat Vs, each Nneapple, tall Is, each.............. Pineapple, tall 2s, tall each.............. We 1.10 1.20 35c 30c 20c 15c 45c 05c FREEDEUVERY DDC 20c 22ic Sardines. Sailor Queen, each................. Sardinia, Conner's, Xoru'egfan, eacM Oranges, per dozen, 65c 15c lOc Just in a carload of Oo.d Ciiiii Potatoes, tho very lest. Per 300 Ibs. 4.10 See! Specials for Saturday I _______.. __________.________' J A FRESH CAR OF ORANGES STRAIGHT FROM CALIFORNIA. Thin ami-very sweet. Come early and gel them while they last. Prices 40c, 45c, 50c, 55c, 60c, 65c a dozen CAN BE BOUGHT IN CASE LOTS CALENDAR.'PAOS' SYNOPTIC'S -v LEDGER. JOURNAL AND DAY BOOKS. ACCOUNT PAPER, ALL RULINGS CARBON PAPER Your Needs r'illed al THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE 5K 4th Avc, Phono 6T3 M ARLOW'S EAT ARKET It you (leaIrs liorvlce, iiunlil; and satisfaction In mealn open your account with us for 1920. Delivery to any part ot the jitj-. All phono orders given personal .attention. 1110MN Avtniic Sttrth PW796 Plates That Fit. Teeth that look and Function Naturally There are degrees ot efficiency In den. llslrr just as Ihero aro In any other bus- iness or profeisloii, and one point that this office has prided itself on, 1 8 In turning-out work which, gives use. 'comfort and satisfaction to Ihe jmlient. Of what usfl is a. plate thai slips around In the mouth and Irritate: the surface, or crown or a hridje which does not properly occlude-wild Ihe corresponding teeth In the oilier JSTr.-Snch work, fort- unately, qulto foreign (o this office, as to all the other offices ot Dr. limner in Ibis Province, There are Some Crystal Dairy Bottles About Town Yet Kindly return thrni, to the drhgrs as we wish to get ilicin In as soon as posfiihlc. Usltcr still, phone the office and wo .will call for them. Crystal Dairy Limited This month there will he a dltcount of twenty per cent, off Ihe regular fixed charges of Or, Bruntr'i office. Dentistry As We Practice U is a Gentle Art OTT Is a good sec About disposing oi your PELTS and FURS A strong market prevails at present. Get our any quantity. A. WYMAN CO. DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE STREET P.O. BOX 3 KERR'S DAILY STORE NEWS CodfWi, boneless in slsbs, 2 Ibs. for ODC Pllcharif. per' tin'.................. Buckwheat f'lonr, Alber'i self- rising, carton, each 50c California Mack Figs, per Ib................ Apricots, Bar, per .tin Niarmalade, Uaman's pineapple, 4. pound pails, 4 nf each............... l.UtV 35c 27c EXTRA SPECIAL TODAY i CREAMETTES, 3 packages for 33C Penury's Pearl Castile twius bars, 3 Menuen's Cream frice, 2 tubes......... Florida Grape Fruit, 2 for................. Turkish Pigs, larger size, per Ib. Fancy Table Slalagas, per bunch.. Ghlraddellis' Sweet Chocolate, "A meal iu a minute." Per tin Comb Honey, per doinh Soap, 25c 65c 25c 50c Ground 45c 50c Succotash, new teason' 2 tins Peanut Butter, 6 Ib. tins................ Pork and Beans, Clark's. No. 1 size, each...... St. Charles, Milk; 3 tins Jelly Powder. Tartan brand, 2 for...... Shoe Polish, '2-ln-l. Spe- cial, 2 tins for Kloor Wax, Johnston's and Old English, per 1.65 lie 45c 25c 25c tin Tea, Royal' Shield price, per To. old 62c GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS 'i PHONES 1453 and 1365 Now Serving Meals at meal hours We serve substantial, well-prepared meals at meal hours and believe you will enjoy them. They are up to the stand- ard of our Homemade Bread. Cakes -.i and Pastries Which arc favorites with-our customers. Djod't be satisfied, until you Jry the NORTH LETHBRIDGE BAKERY 13th STREET NORTH PHONE 1307 NOWISTHE TIME Before the Big Rush Commences To Have That Room Papered or Kalspmined For this week only are selling Murejco, the best kalsomine on the market for 65c per pocket, instead of the usual 70c, BIG REDUCTIONS IN WALL PAPER Wellington Bros, SHERLOCK BUILDING. ;