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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, N'OVEjiBiiH 5, 1920 THE LSTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVB MARKET REFQRTS Winnipeg Grain Markets ,Xo. 5 Nor...19854 Xo. 6 Nor...lS8% "WINNIPEG, NOT. open- Track, Manitoba, Saskatchewan ins lower, wheat made further reces- sions up to soon when buying credited to short covering, sent prices up only 32054 and Alberta _. ,No. 2 6751 No. 3 C.W... 62 to decline later. The fluctuation hers Kx No. 1 611- was 2 5-8 to 2 7-Sc. There was a good No. 1 feed.. ?9U No. 2 feed.. 6SVI for cash wheat at unchanged'Track ?4Si premiums. Tab offerings wero excep- ttonally Usht, indicating that farmers1 No. 3 C.W...131 No. 4 C.W... 108 rlill holding their grain. and feed............. 31Vi buyers were shippers and exporters.ITraeVc -The future market for oats a'nd bar- lay-showed little prices No. 2 C. W. ,..................178 ruling steady. Flax was very weak. I Cash coarse grains wero in good l inand. Tho offerings were ilght 2 No. 3 C.W...224W spreads remained unchanged. Condemned...............-----214 J, Wheat closed 1 3-4 to 7-8c iuwer; oats unchanged to He barley 'Livestock Nov. (Dominion Ic" receipts were to 9 3-4c lower, and rye 1 1-4 to 1 l-2ci ''attic, 450 200 sheep. Trad- ing on the cattle market this morning appeared to be slow and while good Close. sleers were" being absorbed. >i 270% steady prices; other classes changed 9JJ71J hands from steady to 25 cents lower Quotations: November December May November December May Kovcmher Decc-iubcr Slav November December May November December Open. 222 207 K 213 63% 62% 112 2G6 267 2J7 Deo. 53 S; May New York NBW.YORK, Nov. Closing saies 0.- 1MB. IJ.-.-S. Steel U. S--; Steel HAY" MARKET (Prices furnished by Farm Product! Ltd.) ;r No.'1 1 Timothy J3Z.OO No. 1 Mixed Timothy and Al- falfa 30.00 No. 1 Alfalfa 17.80 (Prlcea cars or Coaldale'. i than yesterday's closd. Cholco stock- place i n'alnhnil 47 'I iR.IS I RniTIf! er steers weighed up "from to sheep and'lamb market was C2ii i quiet- and .unchanged. Select hogs, fed and watered'J1S.50: --.Calgary Livestock 113 CALGARY, NYiv. cattle 9SVs market was dull aud inactive with 101 y> prices the sanie as yesterday's close. Cattle 516; calves Co; hogs 804. One choice steer 2C4J4 averaging pounds sold at Sixteen Fleers a.veraging pounds. Ottawa Awaits FpresOfThe Referendum Vote .OTTAWA, Nov. Canadian returns' of tho.voting hi the three prairie; provinces and Nova Scotia In (he recent liquor refer- endum's are to reach the capital unlll sometime'.next.week. Of- ficial declarations of tue result iu the in. which the Syss taken-were' fixed; to'.take i, on November 3 and 5, but'in vole Instances and nioro particularly the' northern J sections and Saskatchewan where the voters are scattered over largo areas, It has not been possible to have the declara- tions made as yet. There will be no suniinliiK up official result by 'provinces until complete returns have beeu received from a province by the chief electoral officer. As a proclama- tion making effoclivo the decision ol the people cannot be issued for 8ist> FiLEAHOIESI Attitude of California WitK Law Hosijie To Japanese Cash Prices No. 2 medVuVto good subsequent to the date of the voting, October 25, there will be ample- lime for receiving and publishing tlie results lii the Canada Gazette before action by the Dominion government is necessary. ITS to Heifers, medium to good to COWK, medium to good ?5 to 56; canners 52.50 to i ?3.50.' Bulls declined, medium to good to TORPID UVER FOR OVER 4 MONTHS 3 Nor...216% No. 4 Nor... medium to Rood, 5.5.25 to conl- linou, .to 55; calves, medium to good to lambs ewes 57; bucks, ?5. Hogs made yesterday's price, off cars for selects; Bar Silver YORK, sliver, (domestic 99 82. Sterling Exchange NEW YORK, Nor. ex- change heavy, demand 3-4; cab- les ?3.42 Ca'riadian dollars .9 5-8 per-cent, discount. Chicago' Grain.. Market CHICAGO, Nov. setbacks in the piice of wheat took place to- The duty of llio, liveris to preparoj. and serve as a filter tc the blood, cleansing! it of all iin- purities and poisons.-': -When theMlver becomes laxy, slow or torpid it is not vorking properly, and does not supply sufficient ..bile to on tlip bpsvcls and carr'y'off the waste 'products of the; day, Influenced morn of-, less by-big system, hence the bowels breaks in foreign for the clogged up, the bile gets into the'most part, commission houses were on blood, constipation sets in aud liver troubles follow. Milburn's Laxa-Liver -Pills Qulcklv the selling side and there was no ag- gressive support. Opening -prices ranged from 1 to 2 l-4c lower -with.De- Te'move the secretions, clear away i-iei cember 198 34 to 190vl-2 and March waste and effete matter by acting 193 to 193 -were followed directly on the liver, and making the'slighl s'etbacW. bllfe pass -through" tho bowels to gtt Jnto the b'o.-'d, .titfd cause troubles. Mis. Alice Mehill. Napanee, Ont, was very badly run down, and.had torpid liver for four months. I tried several remedies, but got no relief. One day my husband brought me home a vial of MUburn's by a -liDcbflinsejIJiJ-Se low- er, .with May 5S' 5-8 show- ing but slight power-to rally. Montreal. Stocks MONTREAL, Nov.' local stock exchange this' morning showed no slgns-of from yesterday's TOKYO, Nor. confirma- tion has beeu received that tbe people of California hare voted in favor o( the proposed land law in that state, Japan will lodge 'a protest in Wash- out the measure con- flicts with'Japanese treaty rights, ac- cording to the .Yorozu Choho, an in- dependent organ, whic'n quotes a for- eign; office omciarto.this effect. Form- al negotiations, the newspaper says, will'follow "and. au; agreement pcrnia- nenth- .rempviug the cause of tho trouhlei Vh'ich; breaks out every four I yeari may be expected to be reached.' The Hochi Shtuibuu reports that M. Sbidekara, Japanese -ambassador In Washfeston fahd iSecreiarj'- of Slate Colby, have.ifeached: au agreement by whicli.the United States iviil accord Japaitese now. In the-United States the as other, foreigners. jCompialnt Against Consul LOS ANGELES, Nov. Complaint against Consul Ujiro Oyania was sent to thel plate- department by the anti- Asiatic association of Los Angeles. It was charge'd th'at Iho .consul was us- iiiB-blB office.as a basis for s cam- paign against the ami-alien land bill, which .-passed.at Tuesday's elections. The, association.declared, this was a "gross breach diplomatic privilege." colony here have wired the Japanese ambas- sador .at Washington denying the a sociatlou's charges 'against Oyama. FOREIGN MINING COMPANIES TO PRO- TEST TO MEXICO MEXICO CITY, NOT. Preach and United States dining companies iu the state of CoahuUai plan a protest to the Mexican govern-] meat against tho latter's decision to; operate many mines in the state ow- ing InabUUy cr employers and! to reach an, agree-! ment ending the strike. j The men -have been idle for ten1, Fjve Sons of {he Toil in days following a slrike In demand for! wage increases ranging from 1OT to I 250 per cent. All profits, it is will be lurned over by tie govern- ment to the owners of the mines. U. S. Will Be Asked for Opinion CANADA WILL SUPPLY U. S. WITH NEWSPRINT NEW YORK, Nov. Sic- Lean, vice-president and general man- ager of the Outburst Lumber company, Balligrsl, jiulp and lumber pro- ducers, declared on his arrival hero from Canada will take care of the -Unlte'il Slates in paper fupply because of easy transportation ind ou'account of her-prokimlty to Canada's-' logical market.' England will get her. paper and pulp from the Scandinavian countries in greater quaiitilics than heretofore, he said. "While abroad I discussed the paper situation with Lord Beaverbrook and it is his opinion that pulp.wit! ease McLean. IxjnT'Beaver- brook did not carry out his Intention of buying a paper mill hi Canada be- cause of: extreme prices asked for propehy; accordingtp Mr. McLean. -PARKS SUPT. KILLED Hundreds of League .Adherents Greeted Woodrow Wilson As He Sat Chair WASHINGTON, Nov. President Wilson mbde his first public appear- ance last night in.more than a year when he was lifted in his wheel cbalr to the cast" portico-. of .the White House while hundreds ot Washington League of Nations adherents, gathered on the While House lawn to-do :hlni honor. _ With an overcoat buttoned closely about hiftt and a soft hat shading his president sat silently while the" crowd sang patriotic: songs. Mr. AVilsonHhen raised his hat as attend- REGINA, Nov. A. Venzke, parks superintendent. of Reglna, was killed at 7.30 last night In a street car accident. CHICAGO. Nov. million United States farmers will be asked for their opinions on how to eliminate the middleman, it was announced to- ilay by the committee ot seventeen of the farmers' marketing bureau, which is In session to form a plan to obtain more money for the larmer for his grain crops. are going to liso tho viewi in considering a uetf marketing C. F. Guslafson; of Lincoln, Nebraska. SUGAR LIKELY TO DROP FURTHER TORONTO, Nov. Ihe price of sugar has dropped In Toronto stores to 14% cents ia some localities and 15Vi cents down town; there are good prospects ot fur- ther declines within a lew days. AGNNSTM West" Methods in Holdup in Connecticut City BRIDGEPORT, NOT. chairman ot Iho commltee said. "Wo I Three men were wounded last nigh1 shall offer our ideas; to the a holdup with a "wild vrert' farmers' organization and then ask flavor was staged on the outskirts ol that they send delegates to-a convention about January i when we will make oiir plans operative." He said the committee was opposed to tho farmers who struck to' influence tfie grain market. CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR. OF WINNIPEG WIXNIPBO; Nov. Par- Jiell; president of the Winnipeg board of trade and managing director of the Sn.eirs-Parnell Baking company, yes- terday informed the central committee of a three-ward organization that he would be a candidate for mayor' ot Wiunipeg in the coming civic election. this city. Eight men raided two board ing houses run by Mr. and Mrs. Lor Popplnlj five men entering one', house and three, the other. Facini ievelled. revolvers, 32 men boarders ii the first house were lined up againsl the wall and searched, while iu the, IIOUEO adjoining several boarders and the Popplnl family were subjected it. the same treatment. i Tho holdup men obtained only ?16I for their efforts and showed their an- ger by shooting Into the Poor to some of the boarders dance. Miu Edith Manchester, S6 TMTg 61 ago, was killed In an auto collision, at Ottawa, Torpntp Lawyer .Thinks News- paper Reports in Toronto Be; Censored of justice'.iif the'.Tprontp.police cour was touched upon by the-'Ontario pub- lic service yesterday. J. Walter Ciirry, former crown suggested sBperviBion of uewap'apeV reports of police court pro- He. said.'the the even- ing papers" of.'.; .city rhade sport 'he ca'ses militated against.the pro- UlUUgUV 1UU HUiUt: U Yldl UL ICUJalucu aluuuu lucll lllguLf, Laja'-Liver Pills, and before I had i closing levels which-In most "cas'eB were new lows. Abilibl "opened; at 64 3-4, a (uarier point'below yester- day's close. Atlantic Sugar lost a few more points overnight and .-this morning opeaed'at lowest on break and stocks for .tho .most -part his chair back toward the remained around their last night's used halt of it I was much better. I only used'two'vials, and.Iram a different ;totlay. '.I.can .safely recomm'erid Laia-Llver Pills to' any one lYoubie'd i-witlriHver--trouble." Pills 25ci" a vial at alii dealers or mailed direct on receipt-ot price by Mil- burn' Umited, Advt.' record.' Chicago Futures CHICAGO, Nov. futurDa: 193; March 193. May '.Cheers'- were given_for the' league president. nako it an offense-to Dring ridicule upon the accused; it lessons the dig- nity, of the court." W. -W. Dnnlop, inspector of prisons and public charities, who wan a. wit nesg'before the commisslbn, admitted that many jails were in bad-shape some .not. having in fifty years and several being 100 years :y PROPRIETY PREVENTED 'BIG CHEER IN COURT the deen- of the Sandwich court ycster- day..vv'h'en Mrs. Lena Cosack.-.held on the .charge of slaying a foreigner, was n'c'quilte'd'hy Mr. Justice Rose. vernor Governor Nov. 5. ha gran'.ie d; n f ill I an d i liBtpSditibnal 'pa don-ftp1 .former .Governor; Horace I Graham, -who yester da'y- 'itofl five to elgh yeirsVlpr of state fund was state auditor. The governor, in 'granting tho par don said: ".On account oE tlie. distinguished scr vice of- Governor Graham to the slat of-Vermont and the suffering whic he has'- endured, he ha been piinlsned enough and I have- is sued him a full .Graham was a of tho Ver mont house of representatives fror 1892 to 1905, was slate auditor fror 1.902, "up to the electei governor In 1915 and was re-clecte governor in 1917. It was during his long term as and itor that ho embezzled Res fitution at a large parti this wa made before the trial. BREAKANY OLb LAW; MAKE ANY OLD STUFF TO GET THgj-BOQZE Concocton, of Wood; Alcanftl, CWoro- 'form, Uiidcr Bagt of Potatoes to Detroit Nor. 5.-ffAn intercs Ing- sidelight on the wltlskey tram with tho United States tram Canad developed yesterday whic Is' .nroceedlng hcre.rln ih'o court sessions when J. 'A. and Iliccj, were thargud wltK-obfaialn by false pretends and wit having used s false trademark. Barls. 6f Detroit, in evlilcnc that he had come lo Montreal last Ma with a view lo buying whiskey for th Stales and had hero met the accused lie bought 590 cases of what was pu ported to he Canadian rye, cos ing This made ;tlp six thou and bottles, which, it arrange should bo shipped in baja of two doz- en each and were with bags of potatoes..- This earloaj-of potatoes was shipped1 to a produce firm In DC- trail and. untler whose deputation the car went rt hitch. Tho firrh thH it iiras an ordinary carload: of, polalc-ea coming .through and theyj put cuslonfg papers broker- age The car was then oponed'.'iip. 11 was dlscoycred (o contain botttes holding "a cuinVoeliou of chloro- Jorm and so on." wero into the river, We Are Agents for the VICTROLA and VICTOR'RECORDS Large Stock of Both from which to Select BALMORAL B Mason Risch? Limited BAL LKTHBBiDGE. ALI LKTHBBiDGE, ALBERTA m U Scotch -'-.J J-JERE is a new dance number in ithich the Saiophonc moans the pretty old Scotch melodies accompanied hy the effervescence of theXylophoneant! Piano, in sure-footed Fox Trot rhythm, "Idle Drcama" on the reverse side, ia also a Fox Trot, featuring a piano solo by Harry Thomas. Really two fine selections, both played by the Harry Thomas Trio. "His Master's Voice" Record 216199 New Maker's Voice" Dance Hits: Trot Radmnan's Novelty OrchVf Melody of Loie-TViUz (Inlie. "Tired of JaiiMI Radirnian'a Norelly Oixh.J 1 Juit Like The Home That Jack i You Promised Rltoniin'j NoTelly Orch.J2' Any PlRce Would Eo Wonderful With Trot (Intro. "TlM Girl e( Diamond YeikM Bias Bird OrtSj i The Jajpancso RatJennjo'sN'owIlv Trot Kadunian'l Kovrity .Ul on IMncb, ttlll it FAY THE TAX, Any "His Master's Voice" dealer will gladly play any selection'you wish to hear. Maniifaclitrtd by .iioxrns.it. WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF VICTOR RECORDS IN SOUTHERN ALBERT A. WILLIS PIANO STORE "HOME OF CANADA'S BEST 707 Third Ave. South (Hull Block) Phone 662 ;