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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'J UKSDAY, NOYHMUKH 2, VJ20 loEl i TV A T? IljtJlV.rt. .uU PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS No. 3 .210 Condemned Track. No. 3 C.W...210 ..........230 Calgary Livestock Winnlpea Market WINNIPEG. Nov. tho mar- kets In the United States closed, an- other dull and featureless day wan re- corded on the local market in both cash and futures. The trads volume, t was exceptionally light. The opening: steady at yesterdays prices, with the was weaker, but tho market oulckly! Packers buying. Receipts: Cattle reacted an the session. In the cash market wheat offerings were fairly largo, while the buying CALGARY. Nov. cattle mar- ket opened brlekir today and held UerTblit thTmarkct i Packers m'd remained firm throughout S32i calves lO; hogs Twenty-three choice steers averaging 1256 made mediiim to good JC.CO to common 44.75 to 15.75; power was poor and premiums xwere giving evidence of breaking.' There continues to be no export Inquiry from medium class heifers to J5.75; medium to good to J5.S5; medium to good Btockers and feeders COmiUUOS W DO uo eipwn mquirj num. tern- rali-pa 17 M to the seaboard, and If the demand SODS good cahe. 00 to not iji "soon, indications are that congestion will take place before the end of the month. condition as wheat, dull and feature- less. Wheat closed %c.lower for Novem- ber, lie higher for December and %c. higher for May; oafs He higher for November, vsc up for December aud_ i higher for Jlay: barley high- er foj November, ber and up for Decem- higher for May; flax Open. 228 Close. Mli llff 93 100 291" 179 .173 OCI.1R10 Inland Revenue Figures For Oc- tober Show yery Heavy Advance COALITION CANDIDATE HAVANA, Nov. Work of can- vassing TOte.pf, yesterday's presi- dential1. election moved very slowly last night and it seems probable that 1C the rate: of counting-, the ballots maintained last nlghf- Is continued, it will be -several days before Cutaus learn who -is to ba their noit picsl- Returns from .only 111 of the 3.000 Cuba show that Dr. Alfred I have already entered their names on coalition, IB leading General Jose Gomez, Liberal, by CSa votes. lower for November, dowji for December and lu lower for May; rye unchanged for November and Ic high- er for December. Quotations November...... pecembcr...... May............ November........'. December...... G3% May...... CSft November......... 109% December......' ...l 9E54 2S.1 December 281 May 292 November 170 December......... Cash Prices No. 1 Nori..229% No. 2 Nor...228% 3 Nor...324% No..4 No.'5 No. G Nor...196% Manitoba Track, Saskatchewan .228% .228% 1 No.'2 C.W..- 3 C.W... C254 Extra No. f Feed No. 1 No. 2- Fced..B714 IS.OO. No nheep or hogs sold. Quota ions, hogs cars for selects Winnipeg Livestock Nov. 2 (Dominion today were zTuw cattle'; 260 hogs and. 235 sbeep. Trad- ing; was active' this morning, most being... steady to 25e higher. Choice .butcher heif ere changed hands from 57.00 to 18.00; choice butcher cows J6.50 to (7.00, while good butcher steers made from ?7.00 to {9.00. .One load of choice'dehorned feeder steers weighed up at J9.15, with bulk of choice feeders.aronnd J7.00 to' JS.75. Veal calves met with demand, pass- ing out from JG.60 to Sheep and lamb. market. steady, good.lambs weighing UD'around good sheep f5.50 to Tho hog market was .unchanged, selects, fed aiid watered, f 16.75. Montreal Stocks Absolutely nothiDg'Gf Importance transpired on 1 j the local stock exchange .during the icarly; trading.this morning Spanish niver was'the only stock to advance from yesterday's close. It opened j this morning at gain ot Sugar'.lost All other-'issues remained steady. Montreal Livestock Nov. today were slow and Jt'yesterday's prices. HAY MARKET (Prices furnished by. Farm ProAucts increase of in the Inland revenue returns for tho month ot October, as compared.with ibo returns for Oct- ober 1919, Is shown in tha monthly I statement of; the department ot. inland revenue. The total for the month just closed was as against for October 1919. _ChIef figures iu the summary issued Dy'lhe'deiiarliiierit were r' Excise, October, 1819, J3.COS.2C4.13, against for October 1920; excise seizures; 1919, against last month; war tas. October, 1919, against iiiahe month just closed. The revenue from methylated, spirits In October, .1919, was'J41.8S5.C5 as against last increase In war tax revenue over the corresponding month ot last year was nud the net Increase for the month of Oclohcr Production at .New York Wins Approval of Dramatic Critics. NE1MSWE Is Used in State Institution For Treatment of Malignant Diseases he institution's waiting list tor treat nient and will be taken care of iis fast as tho hospital staff can attend to hem'. The radium is said to represent .the argest commercial transaction in radium ou record aud was purchased the state after a special act of the legislature had been'passed appro- FEWER PERSONS KILLED BY RAILROADS IN U. S WASHINGTO.V, NOT. per sons were killed on railroads in th< United Slates during 1919 than In any year since 1858 and fewer were Irjur cd tbau iu any year since 1910. Kali] a BUFFALO, Nov. Illy Canadian York state's purchase of worth ot radium some mouths ago was put into actual use here today when the first cancer pa tient was treated at the State Institu- tion for the Treatment Malignant Diseases, The initial treatment-was given by Dr. Harvey U. Gaylonl, sup- ervising hospital, anil was marked with ah Impressive cere- mony. Thousands, of cancer sufferers priating the purchase price. Two and I statement issued today by tho Inter- one-quarter grams are available at the 1statB Commerce Commission, institution. This represents one- .During 1919 u totsl of S9I81 persons eighteenth of all tho radium In Ara-lwcre killed and HS.05S injured as- erica and onc-uflleth ot all tho rad-1 -md.119.0a1 ium in the world, it Is claimed. In 1910, -Of the killed dunns the year 233 were passengers and o! the Injured 7358 were 1 GRANTED INJUNCTION TORONTO, Nov. Justice Loglo at Osgoode Hall yesterday gave an Injunction to the Black Lake As- bestos and Chrome company, limited, restraining J. L. Perron. W. G. Ross. Wm. McMaster, J. A. Jacobs ami the Bankers' Trust company from calling a meeting until the trial of the Issue between the parties. Employees killed during 1919 number- ed 213S and were injured: Irepaesers ou: railroads wort killed in 1919 than during any year o.' the commission's records which' date back to 1890. JLast year 2553 trepass- ere were killed and 265S injured. Rail- road officials say there were fewer per sons out, of employment and fe.wei tramps than formerly because ot the No: 3 O.W...118 No. 4 C.W... 110 Rojectcd and feed SO Track ____ ....110 No. 2 C. W 179 FLAX No.-l N; W. C.....-............2SO: Exposure Aches- Rheumatic Pains Ltd.) No. 1 Timothy 533.00 No. 1 Mixed Timothy and At- "falfa 30.00 No. 1 Alfalfa 27.00 t.o.b. cira Letbbridga or Coaldale. UnJil Premier Meighen Returns To Ottawa About Middle of Month Supposed To-Be in Rela- Hpits With Russian Revolu- Not Divuigefi LONDON, Xov. months Iiard labor and deportnlioh thereafter, was the sentence imposed in .Bow St. police court toda'y upon- Erki Xvelt- Sloan's Liniment, Kept. Takes helm, mystery man" who'wa's ar ihe: Fight' Out of Them. SLOSHINCK around' in, the ..wet and then the r dreaded v rhoumsitic But' not for- Sloaii's Liniment. Is put the -job! sprairis-vh'oV''-' soon this old family., penetrates without 'rubbing "and 'helps'-. drive 'dm away! And how no muss, no no stained' skin or clogged pores. '.Muscles 'limber up, lumbsgo, sciatica, back- ache are promptly Keep a bottle handy. Get one today. If lybu'va run. out of Sloan's -Liniment, It's so warming. All 35c, 70c, The largest bottle holds six times much ns the smallest. Made in Canada. raigned in this court a wcek'ago today charged by the government with act- j ing as aA' intermediary between mem- bers of revolutionary circles in Brit- ain and Russia. Neither the name nor tho nationality of the prisoner wa's made known, at the time of his It was upon WeUhelm that the gov- ernment's attorney announced that a letter from Sylvia Pankhurst to.Ntk- olai'Lenine, premier of.soviet Hiissia, had been found, in.which-Miss Pank- hurst was alleged to ba've written, situation is most acute; not ready for revolution yet." Miss Pankhurst hh'a since been sen- tenced to six rtionths imprisonment on charges ofHiaving publiEhcd seditions literature designed lo affect the navy, in tho newspaper "The Workers' Dreadnought1' of the articles of which was entitled "Discontent on the Low- er Deck." When the .'Jinyslery man" was ar- raigned n'e-declined to answer ques- tions and was remanded for a week. OTTAWA, Nov. Canadian a brief meeting of the cabinet council at which they bade good-bye 16 their colleagues, Sir George Foster, 'minister of trade and commerce, and Hosi.'. C., J. Doherty, mlnlBter of justice, lelt this .after- noon for Quebec en. route to Geneva, where they at the lirst meettag.of the'assembly' of the league.. Until the return of Prem- ier Meighen to bttaw.i 'on November 19, Sir James Lougheed will be acting preiiier. Sir) James been ippointed chairman, in the place of Sir George Foster, of the sub commit- :ee of cabinet of re-organlzatioir and efficiency in the civil .service. Sifton has been: temporar- ily .appointed a member of the sub- committee'In the place'of. Hon J A Calder. Acting minister of trade and justice .have iiot- yet beon4appointed, hnt it Is understood that Hon. D. McCurdy wilj be temporarily appoint- ed-.to-trade a'nd commerce in addition port folio of public tint ;lloa. Hifgb Gnthrle, wio; isr.expectcd to be In the citj in a day.br two, will he acting minister of.justice. Hon.' 'N. W. Row ell, TIOW overseas, will be' ttic third Canadian delegate lo the league. y NEW YORK, Npy.- lour of the Prince of Wales through Canada and the United States ,lsst year fur- nished Inspiration to A. E. Tcomas for a-comedy entitled "Just Suppose" which opened at the Henry Miller theatre here last nlghl. Though the prince ol the play is called George and not Albert Edward, there can be no doubt that an attempt has been made by the playwright to portray in his leading character, the very agreeable and Ingratiating character of the royal visitor to this continent. Tho story of the play .deals "With a romance between the prince and a .Virginia girl. Linda Lee Stafford, whom he meets on a motor lark on the southern shore of the Potomac. The- prince, who is in- cognito, Is obliged, to taakc a brief stay in tho girl's home because of a inevitable re- sult, that he falls in-love with the southern, girl also loves the prince but decides that would honor him" more should he go hack to his country rather than renounce .his royal title for her sake." The part of the prince is played by Geoffrey Kerr, a voung Eng- lish' actor-' whb'Mast night made his and as one he succeeded In (jiving "an exceedingly fine personification of the paragon'of honor, honesty and sweet- ness and a fun-loving companion with nl." There are several other English actors' In the cast.v.The New York critics, are. prac'Ucaiiy unanimous in pra'ising the v. advised Doctor Says I AIRPLANE SERVICE AND CUBA HAVANA, Nov.. airplanes, the nenclus of passenger-.and mail service between' New York; and Cuba, arrived" from Kejwesl .yester- day, having left New Tprk Saturday last. DELATING how Za'm-Buk made short a dreadful outbreak of leg sores, Mr. J. E. ArsenauU, Justice of the Peace of Wellington, P.E.I., slipped and gashed my leg on the edge of a freight truck. The wound, instead of healing, became ulcerated, and later on, a form of eczema developed which spread rapidly over both legs. My limbs were so.swollen and sore that I had to keep them in bandages and the doctor said I.would have to stop work and lay tip..- As a busy man I couldn't afford time for this. Then I started out to try all the salves, liniments and lotions I heard of. This Eczema on Both Legs got'steadily worse until the lucky day I hit upon Zam-Buk. Greatly to my delight, the first dressings relieved the pain and irritation, and as I continued with the balm my sores Rot belter and better every I soon realised that in Zam-Buk 1 had at list got ho d of a rul con and it only needed perseverance-to put me righ1 Ifc now a con- siderable time-jlhce Znm-Buk healed the sores but there hubeon no rtlurn of the eczema nor aiiy trice of it It would have been impossible.Ithihk.toIiavcfciindaworMtaseofsorts than mine.'' Sand for Sample. Box box, 5 for 11.25. and Stores, or Zam-Buk Co.; Toronto. Skin sufferers Krdlng one cent, slsmp (return postage) can obtain Fret Trial Sample. Zam-Buk for all Wounds Sorss Zam-niik iriih Us h scot hint hea ting, asl vtli described as a ith tlanJard 'of nt itrp Hcpovcr super stun rent- io ii genus an.i s malion mid orsortittlt disease avar fain, inflxni- irniaiian. Other n sthniUMf ctlls tixsut issfKcd- ily famied. Eczenta. u-ctrs, nbsctnet. fcsltri'ig tores, blood cola tores, chranlc tic. way. In- inj riti. (trtrf in the treaiw nttds Za EMBARGO ON SECURITIES INJURIOUS TO Nov. As- sociated In Can- ada'-re'gardine the Cana diA'Ti securities Imvc aTonscd interest here.' Tha Dally News' financial edi- tor reniarks that tho effort to iirovuiit Canadian securities from returning to their natural home lias had a effect on the market, for such issues, which is therefore adverse to the credit of the Dominion. Letters.appear in the papers here indicating the hardships v-'hich results to Kngliah investors who, in many in- stances, have no power- to realize-on their HEADACHES Make Life Miserable Headaches are one of the most ag- gravating' troubles one can have, and it is hard to struggle along with a head that aches and pain's, all the" time. 'Headaches seem to be habitual with many people; come' ara seldom, if over, froo from them, suffering con- tinually from the dull the intense pains; sometimes in oirj part, sometimes in another, and then again over tho: whole head. There Is only one way to get ro- lief from these persistent headaches, and that is by going direct to tbo scat of the' trouble, for unless the cause Is.removed, the headaches will rtlll continue to exist. The fact that.Burdock Dloqd Bil- tera keep'tho stomach, liver and bow- els toned up Is proof enough to Ehow that It will eliminate tho causo of the headaches. Mrs. Harold Lanaln, Owen Sound, Qnl., system was run down and my blood out ot .order. I suffered B great deal from severe pains In-my hcfed, v.'hlch-made mo feel very miserable. After na tried other remedies 1 purchased a bottlo of Burdock Blood'Tijtlers, nml was very glad to a decided Improvement In my I took another and ftm giad aay that II lias done mo an enormous amount of good, I have recommended It to my friends, who were In a'slmilar condi- tion, anil they all sax It Is a wonder- {nf remedy." K. Ii. B. is put up. only T. Mllbnrn Co., Ltmlleil, 'Advt..... To I he British Empire Exhibi- tion To Be Held in Some Criticism LONDON, Nov. Asso- ciated (he! bill author- izing the government to guarantee pounds towards the expenses ot tho IJrltlfih Umpire exhibition to held In.1923 was read a second lime In the house of commons yester- day, some opposition was expressed on the ground that the country cannot afford such outlays at tho present llrae, no matter hovf sood tho object may be. Hon. J. R. Clynes, the labor leader, however, supported the measure be- cause It allowed parliament the op- portunily to do a great amount of good in promoting tho Internal trado of the empire. One member, nsacrt- Jpg that the dominions w'erc not.put- ling- ap A slrrglo penny, asked why England should put up money lo de- velop -'the trade .of'thfe dominions. How-evef, IhVseconil can-fed by a vote ol 205 lo 330. ATTEMPTED SUICIDE IS MUCH INTEREST IN IMMIGRATION TO CANADA IN'UNITED STATES MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. of the immigration and development department of the Canadian Pacific llailway met here, .discuss Western Canada development. 1 was asserted-by-the .railway officials lhat there Is unusual Interest In the United Stales regarding immigration to Canada. Among those who attended wore Col. John S. Dennjs, chief commis- sioner ot and develop meat for the C.P.R.; M. E. Thornton superintendent of agencies, Calgary; E. 0. White, superintendent of thi Immigration ilenarlnient, Montreal arid-James. Colly of.'Calgary. Roy. J. W- -Edwards, paslor of !h Haptlst church...at Cochrano, Ontaric for the past seven years, has !o for Orangevllle, Ontario. CAUUHY, Nov. Hboiles, farmer from the High River district, attempted to commit sulclile by slash-1 Ing. his throat a razor, and now lying in the hospital' in a critical Weak Stomachs find a friend in that easily digest- ed, strengthening food of wheat and malted grocers everywhere! Ask the Dealer Who Setts Rubber E will give you the x on practical he recommends that you have each jiair of shoes fitted with its own style of rubbers. will tell you why rubbers are a sound rotedting new shoes against the wet, enabling you to wear Old. shoes in bad weather, keeping the feet dry, preventing from slipping on icy sidewalks. He will explain why he is able to supply rubbers to lit every Shape of shoe worn by men, women and children. He will tell you why he feels such confidence in the quality of Dominion Rubber System products why he knows that Dominion Rubber System rubbers will give every satisfaction to his customers. Ask him, He knows. ;