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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1920 r LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVB MARKET REPORTS December 103 Winnipeg Grain Market WINNIPEG, Nov. With lue coptioa of barley, further weakness! was shown today aud prices worked j November to new lorc.levels; with only (light re- December action 'at limes. The feature oi market; at Ihe present lime is ihe "YE lack of buying power, but a -belter [November 181 demand is looked for in the near tut- December 217 278 2S7 103 281 J7JVI 170 uro. as consumers are reported lii poa- Cash Prices Cession." of very Email stocks. Ship: pers, whq had unexpectedly secured No. 1 No. 2 Nor...222% lakes tonnage, were IB tho market 3 Nor...218H 4 Nor...21154 cash'wheat, with tho effect'No. 5 Nor...200V4 No. 6 Nor.. .ISOis that'premiums were stiffened Eonie-1 Track, Manitoba..............222Vs what iu tne Jace of a'falling Mure Track, Saskatchewan........ market. The buying was to fill'old contracts and no new business was reported. Barley was'stronger today with a fair demand for air grades, while oats and flax were both dull and weaker, Wheat closed 374 to lower. closed" ,V4 to. lUo lower; barley Vte lower to Uc higher; to 2Ho lowerf and flax 6 to 4o lower- Quotations Close. Track, Alberta OATS- NO, a c.w... 7S% Eitra No. md No. 1 Feed.') 68% Track 63% Kovbmber j December 'May j November December rBARLEY November Open. 224 211 217 63% 1H G4S4 62% 112 No. 3'C.W... fl SI No. 3 Feed.. 55% No. 3 C.W.. .120 No. 41 C.W.. Rejected............ 107 90 90 .112 Feed Track......'... No. 1 N. W. No. 2 C.W.. .268 No'. 3 C.W.. ,232 Condemned............ ......222 Track'...... ......272 No.-2 C. W. Calgary Livestock CALGARY, Nov. cattle m ket was Inactive at tho opening this .morning, several packing Bouses not [being represented in the jards owiiis [to tho anticipated strike In the packing plants. Prices, however, were about steady with yesterday. Butcher steers lopped at ;s.5ij; meclkim to goad i to ?J.25; coiutnoa 55.CO to Heif- ers, medium to good f5.25 to cows; medium te good at 55.00 55.55; .stockers, medium to bod f 5.00-to. feeders, medium good fS.CO to SJ.OO; good calves '.00 to No sheep wore sold, ogs dropped 81.25 a cwt...selling to- ay at JlS.i'l iiK cars tor selects. Ed- onton shows an cnual drop from yes- rday's Quotations.- Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Nov. today were very eavy, 7000 cattle being received ia 10 yards, with 600 hogs and 1000 ieep. Cattle prices opened fairly In ne with yesterday's close but the respects arc for a dcrtinc of from 25 o 60 cents on all grades. The sh'oep and lamb market was asier; good lambs weighing up round while sheep cold from 3.00 to 15.50. The'hog market was In line with esterdayVclqse? ?1C.50. being bid for elects, ted and'watered. Montreal Stocks MONTREAL. Nov. .dullness aat has domiuateil tlie local stock ei hauge of late was still very apparen urinj; tho early trading, this morn a'g anil notbiug of any importance ranspircd. Toronto Livestock' T the Crown of Womanhood is motherhood. But many women face the, Ordeal of maternity without sufficient preparation. At I'such times and 1 a t e r--the mother should take a vegetable sold by druggists and known in almost every' home as., Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription. 'Thousands of women have testified as ,lo its effica'cy as does "the following: TILLSONBUHG, found Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription very ;ben6ficial during expectancy. I felt quite poorly, was nanseated and sick, could pot cat any- was .extremely nervousVand took' 'Eayorite Prescription" and it soon stopped tSe nausea, my also my strength, and I was soon feeling fine and strong, My "baby was strong and healthy, and has always been so. I cpnader 'Favorite Prescription' a to the expectant mother; and-am glad tecommend AMOS MILLS, Box 238. Bullion, Other securities decreased fublls deposits Increased Other deposits decreased Notes reserve decreased Government securities decreased Tho proportion of the batik's reserve 0 liabilities'IE 9.S7 per cent.; last veek It.was 10.26 per cent. Kate of discount 7 per-cent. 'tlAnKmr (Prices furnished by rarm Products tia. I Timothy.............. No. 1 Mixed Tlnictby and Al- TOIIONTO, Nov. 4. (Dominion racelpU 050. Al iiougu the qualily of cattle offeree his morning is poor, ail grades are elling'steady to slrong. Butcher leers, choice 511.00 to falfa 30.00 N'o. 1 AltaUa mo to.b. cars Lethbrldgs loaldalo. Leader of Progressive Party Is Given an..Official By Prince Albert declared every eflorl should to tgaia to develop tue uutural resource) prov- indally and was especially eraphatlc with reference to the Hudson Bay Railway. It meant everything to the west, he said, to hove a port as near to Liverpool as Montreal and ha was confident that this route was destined to be the greatest wheat route In the world. Many objections had been made to the difficulties bt the routo but ho was sure the Inventions'at Science and skill would triumph all ob- stacles on Fines ot were levied on Bridgeport, Conn., breweries .as result ot raids by prohibit Inn agents. Non-Partisans Lose in Minne- Berger Social-', ist, Defeated Calves, 'receipts 83. ironger by 50 cents. Top sold Sheep, receipts 2302 with a good run or Thursday. Lambs were SO cents than yesterday. Hogs, receipts 1310. Slarket Is still unsettled. 'Fed aud watered basis, selects to J17.50. Chicago Grain Market CHICAGO, Nov. that country 'offerings-of'Wheat were some: what larger gave an advantage today to ,the bears in the wheat market. .It was contended also that wheat still out of line with other grain and with commodities In general. Supi ibrt' was lacking.. .Opening prices .ranged- from .14 to lower with December to :and March 19C to -197, were" followed by A 'moderate, further Jorn sagged with wheats After open-i NEW VORK, NOT. Among Re- publican senators elected In hard con- tests Lenropt of Wisconsin, who 'waa'.opposed vigorously by Sen- ator 'La 'Follctte; Spencer of Mis- who.' .deleate'd Breckenrldgo Long, former assUtant secretary of Btate, and Jones of Washington. Sen- ator. Democrat, CallforEla, was defeated by Samuel II. Short- ridge, nepubllcan, and Senator Smith, Democrat, Maryland, a veteran, lost to 0. B.Weller, Sena- tor Democrat, Idaho, was de- feated by former Governor Gooding. J: Champ Clark Goes Under ..The "defeat" j'-'ot" former Speaker Clark iivas one of the: election sur- He had served -iu'the house continuously' since. 1897-as ona of the ing unchanged to December at 51% continued easy. Oats reflected lower, including to S2'4, the market the weakness of Democratic stalwarts ami secured a majority, .of votes foV the presidential nomination at Baltimore when Prosl dent Wilson was chosen. He prob: ably wiil; he': succeeded as minority leader, by. Repfcsentntlvo Kitchen, Democrat, 'North C-arolina. Repre- sentative Clark's victor was T. "W, Hnckreidq. who-has-been acllvo in tho Missouri Republican organization The Republicans broke into the solid .Democratic congressional delegation from, Texas-1 through the defeat ol Representative Beebs of San Antonio relative Ppstniaaler-Genera' BurlesonV Another" Democratic vet PniXCB ALUBUT, Kov. Questions did not como strongly into lie presidential elections lu the Unit- ed States, therefore it Is ver.v dlfticult 19 Eay what effect the result of tiio 'rieotion will have with respect to Canada's dcalln'EB witlj ilie said Hon. T. A. Cferar to the Canadian Press this morning on his arrival here horlly before noon. "The election was on Americanism, Wilsonlsni nd the Leaguo'of Nations, and It IB Jus[ now how Caa- da will be affected.'' How recloroclty would bo effected; hether. it would bo revived and the lews ot the new administration In the nlted Statea.'on tho matter" Mr. rerar, would, espresa no opinion at his time., .lie'believed the United tales would, enter tho League ot Xa- ons with reservations, but whether 10 league Would accept the reBervs- lons was' another matter. On arrival here Mr. Crerar. went at nco to the city hall >-tere the grain rowers are holding a district con- enllon.-TAl he'-was tendered a omplIraentiry dinner by the Natloctl 'regressive party, and .was also pres- n'ted with an address by the city ad- ilnisiratlpn. f SpeatSrig to the grain Brbwers' con- Mr. Cferar afBrmed his faith n-the Bay .railway. In reply o an address "of welcome read by the ity co-operation be- ween city ahd seeing other cereals, starting unchanged to il .Hepreientatlv.e W. ftalney %a lower, December 53% to and showing little power to rally. Sterling Exchange 'NEW YORK, Nor. ex- d> ..The, prohibition will be with out formal'_rcproseiitatlqn In the next tative liandaH o 53.WU. Canadian dollars 9 9-16 per cent, discount Bar Sliver NEW YORK, Nov. silver; do- mestic 99i4; foreign New York Stocks NEW YOUK; Nov: Bales C. P. R. U-.-S. Steel U. S. Steel preferred -'Chicago Futures futures: Wheat Dec. March May May 59. Bank of ErigfahH Statement Nov. weekly statement ot the Bank of-England shows .the following changes in pounds sterling _ Total reserve decreased _rl Circulation increased 9 li lUJVlVtiVU tiLI VU ItUIlUUIl U i lone prohibition member avlng been'defeated.- The Socialis 'arty, "noweyer, again will have, a member, Meyer London, from New 'ork.. Ho'won. over -.Eeprcsenattv i.qldtoslc, Democrat, defcate lim.-two years' ago'; Fo'rmer llepre Socialist, was 'defecated by Represen' alive-Stafford, Republican.. Representative'. Mondeiri of'-. .Wyo house according' to rja'tes't, return ohlght, and probably, will continu ils poBltipn. (Rep.) was..'elected Con jresBman in u Non.Partlsans .'Lose ,ST. .PAUL, of all candidates for office. In Minnesota'a1 icared certain "returr than half In a .he Republican candidates had large eads with little possibility ,of. being overtaken. For of .Minne- sota, J. A. had a plurality of more than. votes over" his leading opponent, v Dr. rlk' Shlpslead. L. .C. Hodgson, Demo- crat, .fan a poor Other candi- dates .for Vate offices had leads la proportion. Lessoning Life Toll value of the lighthouse is especially appreciated by sea- faring folks. Many fascinating stone's of averted disastere .originate from these structures the world over. Their first however, is preventing the .loss of human life. In this they are closely connected with the purpose of Milburn's Heart ;i Nerve Pills, around which there are also interesting facts of ''averted disasters. People to-day using Milburn's Hear! Nerve Pills their "Lighthouse" on which to steer a course for good health. There are very few to-day taking an active part in any walk of life who do not require, at some time or another, an ad- ditional food lor the Heart Nerve sys- without these properly carrying out their duties every other o'rdan in the bodyrausl suffer. The cffcets'of weakened Heart Nerve centres vary. With some, the heart Ihiimps harshly and ir- regularly. They (ccl irritable and are easily excited. Others ore inflicted with sleeplessness at night, and drowsy'sen- sations during tho day. If you fee! unfit in any way you owe il to yourself and friends to try a box of MILBURN'S HEART NERVE PILLS Price 50c, a box all dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co. Limited, Toronto, Ontario, happy-augury In the occupation of the city council; chamber by'the 'grain "I have been referred lo as leader tf a political said. Mr. Crerar vho went, on to state that leadership lid not 'signify much in these days, especially in party. He EASBIHOSEIID NELSON, Nov. tho Con- servatives and tlie Liberals of tho Trial riding held their conventions at Trail' today. James II.'- ScfcbfieM, M.P.P., was unanimously re-nominat- ed by. the Conservatives. The Liberals went outside the riding for their can- didate, J. S. Deschampa, lumber man being their choice. The Conservatives of .the Slocan rid- ing this afternoon at Nakusn nominat- ed .William Hunter, of'Sflvefton. .for- mer member, to oppose C, F. N'eU'on, M.P.P., In the provincial elections. Conservatives unanimously nominated p. Caven, fp'r'.mcmber (ot that riding to oppose- Ifnn. J. II. King, In Ihe provincial elec- tions. C. F. 'Nelson, of N'ew Den- ver, was nominated by the Slocan Mb'. erais, at N'a'kusp yesterday for ihe provincial house. HEOINA, Nov. Kobitz, Maple Creek, arrested in the early part of tho week on snaplclon pf having murdered his wife tlflsie, lod.iy cmi- fesEftil lo Iho crime nnd ia taking tho provincial police to the spot whcro he burled the body according lo H wire received this morning by Com- missioner Mahonoy from Inspector Slcwarl of the .Swift Current division. Details of Iho alleged confession nave not yet been received here. Outdcor and Indoor Subject to Exposure or Heavy Toll, Find Relief In Sloan's Liniment, EBN at work all day, standing on your feet, lifting heavy weights? And now you're all tired out. Never yon nre wise you have a holtlo ot Sloan's on the .shelf, at homo or lu tho shop. Put a lltllo OB, .without Hihbing, aud quickly coraes greatful warmth and relief. Good tor rheumatic pains, neural- gia, sciatica, lumbago and the host of external pains that tiro all the tlmo coming. Helps break up colds, tool It's comforting to keep It handy. Three 70c, Made In Canada, Liniment "DA.NDERINE" Girls! Save Yoii'r Hair'J Make It Abundant! VICTORY LOAN COUPONS We will cash your Victory Loan Coupons or place -them to your credit in our Savings Bank where they .will draw interest at per annum. w THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-tiP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND i LETHBIUDGE W. EciHe, War Bond Interest" Coupons and Cheques Cached Free. The Merchants Bank wffl earii Loan coupons or interest cheques when on presentation, without whatever for the eervice. If you have not a Savings Aeeooat, why not nse your intentt money to open with MERCHANTS BANK Hfitj Office: MonlreiL ITTHBRIDCE BRANCH. CANADA Smith's Falls Housing Commission are- planning to build a number .nt a cost of each. of Immediately after a "DasMlerfno" massage, your hair tnkos life, lustre wonrlrous beauty, appear- InR I'vlce ns heavy and plentiful, bo- cause hair seems to fluff and thicken. Don't let your bair stay lito- lesa, colorless, plain or scrnegly. You, too, want !ots of long, strong, beauti- ful Jialr. A 8j cent bottlo of delightful "Dan- rterfno" freshens your scalp, checks dandruff falling hair. Tlila sltm- iilatliig "beautyaonlo" gives to thin, dull, fading hair that youthful bright- The Pride of Possession You stand straigliter; you walk brisker; you feel you work easier; when 'you are well dressed You have a natural pride of possession in a Fit-Reform Suit and Overcoat; and this pardonable feeling of being well dressed, is reflected by your thoughts and actions. The successful men of today look successful The man who wants to be a success got to impress everyone with the fact that he is a success, by looking the part: 411 Fit-Reform McKelvie McGuire ness nnd clrucfrfsts! abundant ;