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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER C, 1920 THE rLETHBRIDGE DAILY KSSALD' MARKET REPORTS GRAIN PRICES AT.LETHBRIDGE :0n Saturday prices at the local 'wills for wheat, waggon load tots 'were and for: rye and. for flix Ns'oats are being received at the mills and the same- applies to barEey so no .figures were "quoted. Winnipeg Grain Market WINNIPEG, Nov. llearlsh mcnt and fb.e .acute monetary condi- tions ca'uEod' wheat to decline sharp- ly today, showing a droji at the closo of front fiji to On the cash Market Uferewia a good dciiiand for all grades of Vr'hoat top grades of oats, all grades ot barley .except Nol 4, and a fair .'demand for flai and ryo. Tno offerings were Ujhl, with spreads un- changed. -The coarso grates were 411 lower todiy In sympathy 'with wheat, but tie volume' of Iiusine3b was not lirfe f Wheat to 6 Vs lower; oats 1 to 54 lower; barley S to 1% lower, flax 6K' to i'i lower "and rye 1 cents Open Close 214 207. 6414 C214 G1U COU Cash WHBAT-r No. 1 No. 3 .ilO. S No. a Manitoba, and Alberta OATS- NO. 2 C.W... ii63i Extra No. 1 feed No. 1 Feed.. 58V4 Track Xo. S C.W... 115% Itejected and (eed Track........-.. FI AX- No. 1. N. W.-C. Xo. 2 C.W...250 Condemned Track ...V.Y... tXovembof December May I November Decoraber ..i .May December May November December May 9S 202 261 271 November December 110% 255 ''iiV 267 .171 105 Big Leaguers Use o JECM. for On tub down slue tin r Tier "ABSosnm fcecpc ubxy vingl ttiant end property taeca and prerBati f U IJc.t rub-down nod Eofneut for elUeiei teitr It kttk-tt intpzail fettftU br W F. YOUNG. lite. Prices No. 2 No. 4 Nor... 283 Xb. S Nor...lS2 Saskatchewan 211 No. 3 C.W... COS 65 No. 3 Feed.. 55 C3'i {leaders tell below yesterday's on the whole the market tronger. "Abitibi rbso a 41 "to, UUritlc Suxar lost points National .Breweries were .lie vstrongest Issue this iporn- gain of t2 'points 'troA yeatcrday> MARKET (Prices fumbled by rarm Products Ltd.) I Tlmblhy.............. J33.00 No. 1 Mixed TlniothjvanS Al- falta Xo. 1 Alfalfa 27.90 f.o.b. cars Lethbrldge OT loaldale: No. 4 C.W... 1 89U No. 3. C.W...219 Chlcagg Close -.CHICAGO, Nov. futures 190; March 157. sneJiMay .1 New Yorkt-Stocks V' NEW YORK, Nov. sales P. R. -v.-.JB. Steel 85'X'; Steel preferred 106.'' Winnipeg Livestock .'Nov. 1400 cattle; 66 hogs'and 85'slieep. market was quiet today with bidding in lino with yesterday's closo. "Few good quality females to common to medium rstcers 35.50 to JC.5Q; fair to good quality! to bulk best feeder steers ?8.50; com inou, thin lambs mon.sheep to" Hogs unsettled JI'OO to 510'a for selects. Sterling Exchange NEW YOilK, Nov. ex clianga weak, demand Canadian .dollars'.9 11-10 per cent, discount. Chicago Grain Market Nov. prices broke sharply today because.-o( gen selling of. all grains'.ln small lots by Tho weak ness in exchange, combined with thi bearish construction Juliu: H Barnes speech before the Amen can FederaUoii yester da> -nere the mam depressing influ ences After opeuing ono to under yesterda} s close with Decem ber Ho 19G and March 191V> to 19' a further weakness set in and carried Oats were In. sympathy with other grairs 05 en i as; }jc to 2c loner wi'h Decernbe- to to 0214 Montreal.Stocks MOVTPEU, Nov local stock exchange this mornlug legsn to ahovr some sjgns of returning to nor mal strength' and'many overnight ad- v n erb registered few of the I TRUSTEE'S SALE OF FIXTURES Offers 6re invited for immediate purcLaso o{ the Stock tnd Ilxtures belonging to the Estate ot ROBERT B MORDEN of. Lethbrldge conalotlng of Groceries to Dry Goods, Boots and "Shoe: Crockery antCSilvcmare Fixtures' Ford Truck and Wagbn 790.75 SM50 458.35 170.00 H512.37 Copies of the Inventory may ue inspected and furlher inform- ation, obtained ill the office ot the undersigned at Calgary or Leth- bridge. THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE CO., AUTHORIZED TRUSTEE: HAVING'SOLD MY FARM, I WILL OFFER FOR SALE WITHOUT RESERVE ON WEDNESDAY, NWlBTH On the S.E. yt of Sec. 6, Tp. 8, R. 2.0, Nine Miles Southeast of Lelhbridge, of Wihori fllltes, coming 3 years old; 2 geldings, coming's old; 1 go'ld- ing. coming 3 yearn old j 3 ciichllng tolls; 1 Shetlmr! sony, S years old, _ 9 HEAD OF No, 1 milk cows, 8 heifers, 2 cahea, togs, S young sowa, 1 young, 3 doscn chlckeni, 8 ducks. FARM IMPLEM.ENTS-1 8-ft. McCoimfck binder, 1 Van Brunt presa flrlll.-l.Van Brunt high wheel drill, 1 Cabphell subtil packer, 1 14-in. John D6er6'gang plow, 1 John Deere BuHsy plow, 1 walkln? plow, 1 Ml. disc, 1 set 26-ft. harrowe, 3 wagons, 2 with grain boxes, 2 bundle racks, 1 top buggy, 2 mowers, 1 10-ft. hay 1 over- throw hay Blacker, rakes, 1 Chatham fanning mill, 1 plat- form Bcale, 1200 Ibs.; 1 grindstone, 1 grain plcHer, i power horso 6 seta .double work harness, 1 Bet elnglo driving harness, 4; car equipped with electric starter and shock absorbers; chains, ebovols, forks, and other small articles FURNITURE-3 bedsteads, 1 box spring, coll springs, 1 eanitary couch and mattress, 1 buffet, 1 dressor and cabi- net, 3 rocking chairs, 1 centre tablo, 1 dining table, 6 dining chairs, 1 cupboard, 1 baking cabinet, 1 range, 1 heater, 1 washing machine, 1 cream separator, 1 largo fern, 1 rug 7 x B, 1 Alladln lamp, i red lanlp, nnd other small nrtlcles (o uumerous to mention TERMS CASH. FREE LUNCH. SALE TO.COMMENCE AT 12 O'CLOCK SHARP 0. H..LEQLER, Auctioneer, W.: PORTER, Owner. Ultimatum to Coal Indusfo' of lU.'S. That if Must'Reform At Once NBW YORK, Nor. Sr-Uniled Slates senators.. William Calder B. Edge, members of the senate commit- tee on re-construction. In a Joint slate1 mcnt, here .last night announced "that '.'unless rthe: coal; industry, reforms it- splf and cut. prices to. a reasonable ngiire by .Ueceuiber they, .vvili in- troduce ajbill for the most stringent regulation branch of the business." are deadly in earnest-.aboat this. both conservatives the matter ot government ownership but we are .absolutely disgusted with this situation. .The country has heen justified in the. past in thinking' tljat an investigation of the.kind.conduct- ed by this committee' never amounts to a hill of beans. Our work would bo ot no value, if It merely, resulted in' a report of two or threo thousam] pages.-., The coal industry stands.self. convicted. Most of the leading coal operators realize that and- are seeking clean up their business from within'. That is their-only, salvation. they cauuot solve their own prob: lem, wo will have lo-usa drastic means to solve it. r 'With forty-six .million more tons of cpal produced "a far in 1920 over tht. same period of 1919 the state; ment-added, "there for high prices and coal shortage AN ENiOYMENf TA; "enjoyment tax" wil b'e a' feature next, year of taxes to be levied by tho city of Tokio. The.duty is to h3 levied upon any expenditure' exceeding, three yen for enjoyment whether it be spent'on a garden part) geisha entertainment similar amusement. erman Reparations Difficulty to Have lieen ..Smoothed Out pAlUS, Nor. possibility of oolaess' betwesu the British and Yench cove'raments over Ihcir dtrerg- at views regarding German repara- ons was dissipated by a note from British delivered at 16 Breach foreign oBice personally y the Earl of Dsrby, British ambas- ador, last night. Premier ud the ambassador will meet tonight a complete the agreement. H is said at thejFrench foreign of- co that approves, not nly ol the Brussels .confereoco of iiied and German'experts but also as dvlsory mceting_at Geneva ot allied iDresenitlses V.hich she formerly op- jsei.'1 a.posslbillly that ermah's will pirticlpato !a this nieet- ng.' It-is understood that the Geneva feeling whether'attended by the al- wfll draw up asis for 'action-' by the reparations ommlsslon. "The decision ot the omihission; according to this under- landiug, will then be submitted to a ohfereiice-ol" tho .premiers for final ctioa.. It is coriBideretl probable, it was dded, Cernia'n minister of hanco'will atteh'i th'e- Geneva meet- Britairi-and'France differ'in their ie'ws of'reparation problems only minor is learned by the The 'reparations commission, accord- ng to the Echo De Paris has notified ae Berlin cabliiet'that Cermany muut ellver to the allies in tho next four lonths one rolllion cubic meters of imber It is stipulated that there must be Include'd'In the list four hun- red thousand railroad lies and 172. 00 telegraph'poles for France. Ile- orts from Berllu'slate the production f tho Ruhr'-basin -during October mounted to tons against tons" iu: September. WRANGEL '.MAKES CLEVER MbVE SEBASTOPOL, Nov. General "Wrangel; head of-the anti-Bolshevik government "ot South Russia, has successfully withdrawn his troops lo before ;the advance of soviet of tho river He is master of and also Silkova Quickly Conquers Constipation Don ttetconstipation poison toartlood reaer Hrout liver and oon') work prop .er ly i ak CARIER'S lllll. Liver Fills today nod your trouble wilt F bcadache Q' F vi The Best CoogA Home-made. liave toush'ntuejr' foU eter T.rohably of tnis wcjj Known rlan of m.tkinK coueh syrup a home. Hut have you ever met it 'Vtlion you do, you will understand wh, thoiufiiila of familicj, Ihe world over feel that they could hardly keep limn: without it. It's Eimnb nnd tho way it takes hold of a couch v.-il quickly corn il a permanent ulacn ii your J-.cmc. Into a IC-oz. lioUIc, pour of .Pincl; llicn ndd plain crnnulafti (o (ill up the-lwtflc.' Or it iktired, 1130 cmnflcd molasses, honey orjcorn tj-run instead of svru hither way, it tnslcs (.'nod, ticvor1 (jhiiil and Bivea you 1C ounces of belief couitr remedy than you could buy ready-mid! Jtjs really wonderful how quickly Diu nonic-iniulo remedy conquers i in 24. houra or less. 1 reams to penetrate IhroiHt every ai I loosens n. dry, hoarno or foneh. lifts the phleein. IjcAlu the mera i re )ref. Kpltnilui for lliro.vtUifkle. hoarso nwj, croup, bronehilia ahil bronchia asfhma. T'inex Is a Ijicrhlv conccnlralcil'com Norway pine cxtrnet Mid has Iwen used for I'cnerations for turoat unti chest Ailments. .To avoid nisappointment ask voi aruftcht for oitnccs of Pinex" wil directions, antl d6n't_ an'ylhin FIVE Teas are noted for their strength and richness. Red Rose Tea consists chiefly of selected Ass ams blended with the, finest Ceylons. Red Rose Coffee is groaitd. BUILDING TRUST RAMIFICATIONS GREAT NEW YORK, Nov. Tho .rust" here has reaching 'proportions that Samuel Un- counsel for the Lockwooil gation of charges of graft and extor- ion In the alleged ''building trades such far- Bd COMPULSORY PHYSICAL today that a larger organization would Old Country Football Scores NOT pclatcil of association potball games played today were as ollows: First Division Aston Villa 0 Bromwlch A 0 Blaclbu-u If 2, Bradford C 2 JSverton Chelsea 1 Preston N E 1 Dorbj C 0, Bolton 0 Huddersfie'd 0 Mauches or C 1 Liverpool 0; liradford 1. Manchester U. 11 Mlddlesbro 2; Buddeflaiid 0. Newcastle U 1 finrnley-2 Toltenliam H. 5; Oldham A. t Second Division Blackpool 1; :Fulhahi''0. Hury 2; Bristol City 6. Hull City 1 Portvale 1 Leicester Citv 2 Cardie Cltj 0 Notts Conntj 1 C. 1 Wednesda> 0 O 1 Shields 0, NoHinghSm P 1 Stpckport C. 0; Rdthirham C 1 Stoke 4; Leeds'TJ. 4 Wolverhampton 0, Birmingham S Third Division Bristol K. 2; Brentford 1. Bieter City 1 attord 2 1 utou Town Crj slal Palace Town 1, Northampton 0 "Mills-all A o, Swmlon Toi n 0 Newport C. 1; Oillingham 0. Plymouth A. 6; Brighton and H 0 Reading 0; Norwfch'D.'l. Southampton Queon'srPa'rk R. Southend U. 2; Portsmouth 1. Swansea Town 3; GHmsby Town 1 Scottish Division Aberdeen 0; Third Lanark 1. Airdrie 0; Hearts 1. Miimbarton 1; Celtic 3. Clyde 3; Ayr United I. Falklrk 1; Hamilton A. 2. 5; 2. Kllmarnoek 0; Parilck 1. Jtotherwell 0; Clydebank 0. Queen's Park 1; Morion 1. Rangers 5; Dundee 0.' St. Mirreu 3; Italth Rovers 2. Northern Union League Nov. result ot the Northern Union League" fbolball matches played today were ns follows- Halifax IS; riuddorsflfeld 13. nattlcy'2; Hunsiett.4.: Wldncs Warfington 19; Dewabnrj 0. Rochdale 0; Ohlhajn 13; Barrow St. Helim'B Svcinton 10. Bro'iigliton K. Bradford 3. YdrK'Si St. lleleh's !i.-... WakSfiMd TrliiHy Salford 0. KeRhley 10; Hull Kingston R 12 Yorks'Hire.Wori J-ONDON, Nov. Asso- LONDON Xov, results of tho county championship idatch played to- day was as follows: Yorkshire 27; Cumberland 6. 1 augby Union" 1.ONTKW, N'ny. of Hug. by U-nlon county championship match cs played toilay were as follows Yorjcshlre Dnjrhani .3. OltfjccBtcr 16; Bavoit 3. I.ancaelilro Cheshire 25. 'Sofnersetfl; Cornwall 6. Nprihumberland 9, Clapton match was abandoned through fog. have to be employed to run clowu the ramliicattons of the "trust." Geprgo millionaire alleged rgo between" among contractors and wbo was reported Indicted I yesterday by the federal grand Jury, as J. P. Leitch, ot Cobourg, Ontario, walked Into the Saskatchewan river near the powerhouse about JO o'clock this morning and-was later found by the ciiy employees pandering' In the vicinity In a dazed condition. He. had a railway ticket to .Victoria and all hundred dollars in iath In his pockets. TRAINING PLANNED FOR BY HOLLAND those who profess to know hi'S views, Is that1 executive icr clemencjf jn such a" would 'set a had nre red ent .and. woold en courage others oppose the the ero.Vt .of. another .war. CountiPrlinoMagri, second husband of Mrs.i Tom Thumb and himself a famous -dwarf, died 'at MUdleboro, Mass., iiCier'an illnfiBS of two weeks. He was'tfl years ot aye. THE HAGUE, addition to recommending that' the standing udkted 'were not made ptrbiic. Bench warrants: for their' arrast have" been issued-by Judge .Miilnjueeh of the gen- eral sessTonsi c6urt. living in barracks. The. plan ever, to Induce compulsory physical training for suhpol.'youths between the ngea of H atid. 19 PRESIDENT WILSON NOT TO PARDON DEBS SHELL SHOCKED VETERAN WALKED INTO RIVER i Nov', EDMONTON, Nov. leturneil! Wilson is'unclerstopil ifiiiiyo no in- veteran-in'ia pltiabk- state of sliell-Hentloii of pardonliig Eugciio Debs, shock, the'city police force, an j who is serving a. ten-year scn'lencVtn exciting time Friday and Saturday' tlic federal penitaatlary at Atlanta for. morning.1 The man tin whose person violation ot tho documents were found giving his name The position taken by thViirosident, TO SUPPORT. GENERALWRANGEL CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. British and French represenatlvrs .hero have asked their, menls if their warships In the Bl.nck Sea should: support Central Wranflcl at Parckop and Salkova, the soviet forces are precalng lipon {be. Crimean peninsula. supplies of rlflei and are .being liurrled to Sebastopoft T 1 T1 I Fifteen Thousand of Scenic eight Golf Courses) in' British and Oregon the Great International Pacific Northwest provide you with' AN IDEAL VACATION LAND FOR THIS WINTER Do you want to know of its wonderful scenery and all the facilities that it offers in sport and recreation for a delightful winter holiday? I Write for free illustrated booklet to Herbert Cuthbert, Executive Secretary, Pacific Northwest Tourist Association, maintained by Government funds, L, C, Smith Building, Seattle, ;