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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THIS LETHBEIDGE DAILY HSRALD WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, MARKET REPORTS Winnipeg Markets calves 53; hogs 15; sheep 690. WINNIPEG, Nov. was lit- Fifteea choice steers averaging 12oJ tie Improvement in cash wheat made SS.SO; bulk medium to good market .The ofterlazs.: wero to commnn to }C; choice heavy and larger than the demand heifers medium to good ?a.2a coulJ absorb and premiums continued to ?7.25; tows top, ?S; uwiium to to weaken. Thero was DO oiport de- good 15 io J5.90. Stockers and feed maud. Moderate- buying by shippers vrs, medium 10 SOod J5.2S to 1C; gooc was to fill old conlracis only. Top calves to ?8; 82 lambs averaging grade oala all grades ot barley13 pounds made Jlfl. Seventy-three were la demand, but fiai and rye ewes, 114 pounds made No were I hogs soldi quotations. 119.50 off cars, -_ Tho future markets opened firm to 1 Montrfat Stock higher with a fair trade only and no MONTREAL, Nov. ex particular trade feature. Wheat closed ceptlon of a three-quarter drop m lower in sympathy with American Brazilian, bringing that lesue ,Uown markets. Wheat closed 2 3-S to. 1 7-8o. to absolutely-nothing lower; oats, 34 to lower; barley' on the local stock exchange tbi 2-1-4 to l-2c his her; flax 2 to 3o lower morning. Indeed the only other Im and Ic higher to l-2c lower. Close. '226 218' 64% ,G3% Quotations: Open. November'... 229 December 214 May 221 November 60% December......... Mdy C9H, 110 December OD Hay 101 November 280Vi December......... 291 November 1S1 December .173 Cash Prices WHEAT- MO. 1 Nor...227 Xo. 2 Nor..'.226 No. 3 Nor...222 No. 4 Nor...215 5 ..'....204 No. G ...-----194 Track', Jlanltaba, Saskatchewan p and 226 No. 2 C.W... CSV! N'o. 3 C.W... 62 Ex. No. 1 feed................ No.-1-feed.. oSvi Xn. 2 (ecu.. Track portant Iseui) to appear at all wa Laurentido uii'd it .was, Unchanged a yesterday's close ot 100. Ntw York NEW YORK, Nov. sale P. R. U. S. Stool U S. Steel preferred 10G54. Chicago Futures CHICAGO, Nov. 3.4-Cipce futures March 19SK. "82'4; May i 5H4; May... 27S j 278' I 28S "iSl. 17215 Congressmen Elected ale senate iu 1910. F.e-n om oosevc-lt was liy tbo big- i eat majority ever returned in dls- v He has been assistant secretary uivy 1913, resigning his In Use i till, to to tiVJ tbo nosi- on. Ho U a cousua o! the late Thcc- ore Roosevelt. THE NAMES ON THE NATIONAL TICKET Republican (J. Harding. Coolldge. i Democratic D. ROOM Socialist V. Debs. Sledman. Prohibition' S. Watklns. Colvln. i Farrrier-Labor P. Chrlsiensen. Vice Hayes. Single Tax PresidentT-liobert C. Macauley. C. Bar num." Total members ot electoral co' lege who will choose President an i i Swing; j I Sproulc, Moore, i Gorman, Ireland, Funk, Denlson, I Tales, Masoii, Fuller, -Elliott, Veslal, I'urnelli Wood, Krauss, .Fairfleld, IHc- (Rep.J. Kincheloe, Thomas, Johnson, Rouse, Cantwell, No. 3 C.W...120J4 No. 4 C.W..-107'.i cnberl, Fields, Ogdcn, Rejected and feed Track'.................. .....112V1 FLAX- NO. 1 N. W. C. ;..............278 No.'S No. 3 C.W...23S Contle'mned Track r yb. 2 C.WV Sterling Exchange -NEW YORK, Nov. cx- dciuana ley, Robinson, Zihlman, Hill, -.181 i :CnLjnpton, Cnild, lirennan. Imuser, McLaugbhn, Mapea, NEW YORK Coctran, Garew, NEW Bacha- rach, Applcby, Hutchiason, Acker- men, Radcliftc, Lopp, O'Brien, cables. "Cuiiudlaif dollars'0. 11-16j' OREGON -and Stimblt, RHODE Stincss, Kennedy. WISCONSIN Voight; i Klecxa, lies cent..discount. JBai- silver, "donics- tic m 1-2; foreign 82 1-5. Chicago Grain Market CHICAGO, Nov. de- cllnus In the price ot whcjt resulted! today froiu lack of support. 'SomeI buying on tho part ot a house, seaboard connections leil io a little] 'of 'firmness at the but (leniarul''otherwise" 'proved attd the market sagged, despite "assertions some that this country is hoiv practically on a'domestic basis, Iso Assured of An Increased House Majority According To Latest Returns FRESH'EGGS AS HIGH AS PER DOZ. Nov. labelled "strictly fresh" range la price la Toronto today at from cents a doien to 51.25. In majority ot cases between eighty cents and a dollar a dozen Is asked. A Policeman Sat On Safe; Bottles Of Booze Inside NEW YORK, Nov. ohtrol of the United Slates congress another two years with an in- rcased house majority and a pros- ecllve Increase ,in the senate, was major parl of the election sweep. A net gain of 25 votes In the bouse ras shown with complete returns from nly 17 stales, hut with most of the Democratic Strongholds reporting. Eight of tbo IP Republican cena- orial candidates had come in win- ters today, seven others had sub- itintlal leads, while in 10 other states all of the' Republican entrants -were reported In the vac. For .the 19 Democratic senate seats, nine of Ihe.nVlnorHy party had been returned from southern IF I MONTRKAU Nov. spectacle of a 250-pound policeman seated ou {the safe- of one of Montreal's most jpoullar downtown cafes, eicited con- and lawyers who frequent the Hoff- man Cafe, SI Notre Dame street west, yesterday when the police raided the place in search ot liquor. None was sink strong. However, tho prop- rietor refused to open a small safe. Conservatives of Fernie Will in All Possibility Name a Local Map (Special to Heri FKRNIB, Nov. nvention Attacks oh Police and Reprisals Flee From Town and Searches -At Dublin DUBLIN, Nov. crop of outrages, attacks on police and re- The police took charge of The constable sat on it to make sure It would not be removed. the police returned with an expert from a safe company, .the pro- prietor opened the fafe and 12 bottles ot Scotch whiskey were found. tho border and west- Nojrth Dakota Officials Dete mined to Overthrow the Bootlegging Business x- on Border BISMARCK, N. guns have been, sent to the Caiiadi; border from the adjutant general's c flee for use in the combatting ot wh key runners during the next two months, before winter stops traffic altogether.- A hurry-up cal! was made for the guns and the adjutant general's oflico lent two machine guns carrying 500 shots each in their magaiiues. The guns, It is slated, wW bo used both! bV federal and county officials. Two inspectors ot the slate license depart- ment who have returned from.Uot-j tineau county, whqre they have been' operating, tell stirring tales'of whis- key running. They .also .revealed tho Immense profit being made by liquor runners who succeeded In gelling their' goods through, they being able to. buy a case of Canadian whiskey for {U and selling it for ?GO. Jlarylaifd, the only Democrat report- ed in the. lead. That the-general Republican land- Elide will seat 'several more Republi- can senators was predicted confident- ly by Republican campaign managers, whose, claims included a majority of eight to ten in senate. The Republican presidential senatorial tic- kets both weraTeported this morning as ahead In ;CalifornIa, Nevada, Mis- souri, Colorado, South Dakota, Idaho, Ohio 'and In Ohio, form- Governor. Frank li. who nominated' Senator. Ilardiug at the Chicago convention, was reported in the lead. Comparatively few changes in com- mittee chairmanship are expected to result in either senate or house, but increase of Republican membership and decrease bt the Democratic usual ly follows a marked 'change In politi cal lineup. A. Shortt, a farmer oE Brooke town ship, near is. missing since early Friday, a week ago. at where'the situation was so serious' that' the townspeople during .he afternoon were fleeing, fearing worse thing's would happen at night. Wholesale searches were carried out in Dublin yesterday. The Duke of Leinsler'a resilience and Uni- versity were among the places visited. ANGLICAN CHURCH WON'T COUNCIL TORONTO. Nov. Angli- can church, has declined to enter the Inter-church council .of. Can- ada. 'An intimation to this effect has been made as a result of the meeting of the house of'bishops at Winnipeg last night. The grounds upon which-the- bishops refusal prob- ably will not be made public until the meeting of the advisory coun- cil of the Inter-church council on November 23. Tlio Baptist Convention ot Ontario and Quebec at Brautford took the first step toward union of Baptists iu Canada. hero last night to elect delegates to the Conservative convention called to meet next Monday In the Grand thc-ii- tro here, elected a delegation to rep- flnlte action'was taken looking to a selection of a candidate oppose Mr. A. I. Fisher, the government can- didate the forthcoming election. Refused A Vote; Pled Two Men ORLANDO, Fla., Nov. negro named Perry, who shot and killed two men at Ococea after ho had been refus- ed a vole, was lynched early oiitsido of Orlando. Ho was hanged to a tree and his body riddled with bullets. Election officials said Perry .was re- fused a foto because he had not paid his poll tax. He returned to tho vot- ing place last night with a shotgun on the two, one a war veteran, and wounding sev- eraV others. Perry was arrested and taken, from the officers by a mob. GET BACK THE GAS CHATHAM, Ont., Nor. gas Is once more being supplied to the. towns ot Essex and Tilbury and the service Is'to be restored Immedi- ately Io other Ontario towns affected. Settlement of the dispute aa-to pay- ment is promised shortly. Mr. W. R..ROSS, who has been in the district for a few days has left the coast, and it Is understood that he will not bo a candidate, as was surmised when .he arrived here last week. This leaves the Held -open for tie- nomination of Eomo local man aiicV several names have been mentioned IB connection with .the ca'ndldacy, Amongst these are to be rneatioosd Major G. G. Moffatt, Tom Uphill, Sher- wood Herchmer and Archie Leltch, ot Jaffray. Premier Oliver was at Golden Urt night and will be at invennere to- night. Ho is due here tomorrow to attend the mass meeting In the Grand theatre, when the nominee, Mr. A. 1. Fisher, in all probability, and Minister of Public Works, 'Dr. King, of tie Craubrook riding will first address I lie audience, after vblcti Mr. Oliver will speak upon the issues ol the cam- paign. Interest In the election has not been very manifest so far but toe meeting tomorrow night Is expected to set the ball rolling In-the good old style. Nothing definite has yet developed regarding a socialist or Labor .candi- date being placed in nomination. KING AND QUEEN OF SPAIN TO PAY VISIT TO PARIS, Nov. Alfonso and Queen Victoria of Spain leave Madrid next' Monday night, travelling by way Paris, it is said in a dispatch received here. THE DEFEATED TWAIN i even ihei'ndlng'-thc amount of james Mil which will'tie received yet from Can-! Eovernni. of .Ing prices, which varied educated in .ngcu fjgures to l-4o higher printer's devil, nubcr 200 1-2 to 210 and ucwapaper repc Cox.f three times governor of Ohio, born on a farm, aflu. Opening prices, which varied educated in the, public schools; a from unchangcu fjgures to l-4o higher printer's devil, a school teacher, a I wlth; Decem' eporter, a private secre- Jlarch 202 1-4, were followed by de- tary io a congressman, manager.and dines all around to well below Mon-i proprietor ot two "newspapers, mem day's finish. Corn car.ed down wilh wheat. iber of congressi for three years, is bis record. He horn 1870. He was Oats were governed Dy me acuou nominated for the preaidency at the I of other cereals, starting unchanged Democratic- Convention held at San Francisco last. July. to l-4c.higher. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Nov. ocratic party in Ohio In 1912 when cattle, 8401 he .was nominated for'govenor. He Mr. Cox Iwcanie leader of the Dem- (Conlinued From, Front 'Page.) bogs ihid sheep. Trading was defeated Tor re-election, livu with all grades and classes nomhmletl Mjn In. 1TU6 and a htoj'ly itonc. Pair to re-elecluci a Ihiri time in" steers 57 to S9.30: tho only Democrat to Ja.75 SS.70; bulk best heifers, veal calves lopped at D. Roosevelt; only 37 ?S to has been In public life 10 Good miallly lambs fS Io first three years as stale mutton sheep ?5 to In the New YOrk market was weaker, balance In the navy ers bidding J1G.50 for selects. assistant secretary of tho Calgary Livestock, C A I.G A U Y Nov. 3 he received' Democratic nomination. active, packers and practiced law for a nuaiber pers both buying. Receipts: until ho vraa elected more twenty years, no one has been' able to produce a wheat and malted barley food equal to Its economy and pleasing [flavor make it the ideal cereal dish for 1 breakfast or lunch "There's a Reason Kadcty Canadian Co. Ltd., Ontario. west Thero was a fore-lastB ot it when the reciprocity, treaty of 1D11 was under riliscusslon. Then -tho free.wheat provision in tho reciproOtty Ircaty .created alarm in the north- western elates south ot the interna- tional boundary. Their spokesmen predicted widespread disaster for Am- erican 'farming interests becauso of tho sreat fall in price feared from tha free admission of Canadian wheat. Lately there has been a recurrence of these protests.- Menaced by de- clining markets, a world surplus ot wheat and Canada's huge crop of the present year, American wheat, grow' ers clamored for radical steps to keep out free wheat from Canada and thus help the American wheat grower to maintain higher prices. In some cases, tho agitation has gone so far oven as to demand that a complete embargo shall be placed on tlift im- portation of Canadian wWt into tho United States. The Tariff. Commission ot the Unit ed Stales'in-fact, emphasizes in a re cent report tho effect ot placing wheat dn the freo Ifst. In 1311, when Cana dlan wheat was subject to duty, ei ports of wheat from Canada Jto tho United Stales were only one-half of one per cent, in value of the total Canadian exports to Ibo United States.! The year after wheat was placed on the free list, wheal eTcpprls accounted for nearly 12 per cent, of Iho tolql of Canadain oxporlalions to the Unit- Ed States. Nullify Reciprocity Clauses With a Hepublicaii administration and a" Republican .congress, It Is con- sidered in well-informed circles here Ibat'tilero is likelihood of congress nullifying tho reciprocal. clauses of tho Underwood tariff in regard to foodstuffs and thus closing. Ihe way to ires whoa'., free vhcat. products and frco potatoes. Any such action could not be taken for some time, how- ever, as tho new administration in the United Stales does not assume, office until March and tariff revision usual- ly consumes cousldcvable time. ,Tha present Canadian crop will not there- foro bo affected unless the present) Washington administration yields to pressure and takes unusual action. Tho reciprocity treaty of 191J re- mains part of the stattito law of the United Stales but Its provisions do not como in forco until Ihe' Canadian parliament passes similar legislation, A bill to repeal tho- reciprocity act passed tho houso. ot representatives In 1019. Tlio hill'wont .to Iho senate but not action was taken.on It thcro beyond reference to tho senate com- mittee en finance. There Is however, Httlo expectation that reciprocity with Canada will ba resurrected. Any Republican revision of Uio tar- IK Is more likely to tocrbaso tariff barriers. And Iho United States Tariff Commission expresses tho view tbo initiative in an'y new steps to- ward closer relations between tho two countries would almost certainly harfl (o ho taken by MAW CUT 18 Two forJf cr The QUALITY of Played is the outcome of years of study.'and experiments in the blending of, the choicest Virginia Tobaccos TAU.T-HO1" ;