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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1920 THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY SERAtJD PAGE MARKET REPORTS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES .1 Wheat Oals .42 Birleji 60 Kye' :7. ____ 1.20" 1.53 Winnipeg Grain Market WINN'IPKU. Nov. Another sliarp decline was shown ou the market today, vri'.h the close la SV4c lower. .The opening was weak when there -was quite a little sell.ingv but some BOCU buying 're- ported to be short covering, and news from York that a littie business had been, worked for eipert, added new Eirengtti and prices reacted for a short time'. Tho support given, how- ever, only .temporary, and prices slipped downward, new low Inff reached, .The cash wheat market 'was very dull except during the. first hour wheu there was a good -demand Premiums again lowered The coarEo grains were all weaker today, influenced tho bearish- report is- Monday by tho United State's Eovernme'nt. Cash coarse grains show- ed little or. co change. -J ho strength of the decision o( bank- ing to loan money tor mar- ket purposes tho several Issuej which daye been on tke'downgrade lately on the stock ciehango registered new iovrs this nioroiss. More important losses were those of Atlantic Sugar which fell unJor persistent selling to 10, alter opening at 48, and Dominion which went to 48. Sleel closed ot 49 1-S- yesterday af- ternoon. .1. Chicago Grain Market CHICAGO, Nov. la-for- eign eichanse led to higher prices to- day for wheat. Buying on the part of'houses with eastern connections Ing to 55." iUoidon, however, dropped three points to 1S5. Spanish River went up 1 1-3 points to SS, while ayagaffiaok Rained half to 112 1-2. Sterling Exchange NEW YORK, Nov. ex- change-strong. Demand J cables J3.30 1-2; Canadian dollars 10 1-S to 1-4 per cent, discount. Bar Silver NEW YORK. Nov. silver, Spmssti? foreign SO 3-1, .Chicago Futures- V CHICAGO, Nov. futurres: 17 78; May 53. New York Stock' NEW TrOKKJNov. U.S. Steel U.S. Steel preferred IOC's. 4 HAH iiiKKET (Prices furnished tiy farm Products Ltd.) No. 1 -Timothy" ..v........... No. 1 Sllied Timothy and AV found offerings light. WUBT AT OTTAWA AS TO THE ORS 1 THE PROVINCES fa! fa 30.00 Tlio absence ot ssribsJ largely to the drastic nature of recent de- clines. Opening prices which variod frohi l-4c'dff: to'1 l-2c advance-, -with December 184 to 185'1-2 182" 1-2'to were followed by gains A'-'i: r, _ pals Rejected the-upturns in other grain, Starting unchanged to 3-Sc ldw: -57 to and Calgary' Livestock CALGAni1, Nov. the Alfalfa 27.00 (Prices ;Lo.b. Ccaldale. cars Lethb'ridga or :Wheat closed 7% c to lower; local yards since noon yesterday were: oats 3Sc to barley VMCJ205 S calves and two hogs. The i lower market today, was slow and to 4lie lower; flax 17 to Gc.'to lower.. Qitotfttlous Open. Kovember 20f December Slay 19S C07i 05 November May November December May '.i. _ iVecciniber 212 252 'Noveuiber ___ December 159Vi Cash Prices Xo. 1 Nor.. .200U Xo. 2 Nor... 19 Close. 135 53" 307 ,94 ''158 ing. .Packers wero: iir.the market but .prices wcro domi. Two choice butcher 1520 pounds suid at fS.OO IS J10.00. -Uulk, medium to good were quoted ot ?6.00 to Common to Med- ium to good cows to 55.75, with common at to StockerB and feeders, medium to good were sold at to with com- mon al to Calves, med- ium to'good were worth from to JS.OO'and common from ?5.CO to there were" no sales of the of- fering.for- selects being off cars. Winnipeg. Livestock WINNIPEG; Nov. OTTAWA, 'Nov. tbero licenses or are there'ngt In the four provinces which scoallr'decided by referendum to go booo What Is ths stalus oMhe government vendors? Do ihfey sell iquor under what Is practically a lic- ense or are thRy purely and imply "agents of the' provincial gov- irnment selling liquor for ho government is government -Tho stalus government ven- dor in this regard' has suddenly bo- for Inter- pretation of it by. 'law offltcri ot the crown-will largely, determine tho dale when tho Dominion government will importation it liquor Into Ih'o bono dry'provinces. .MINNEAPOLIS, NoV. .the first time in almost four 'years, flour sold; the a: barrel, mark at the mills.'here' loday. Quotations oh family pa- tents broke 35 to 75 cents today, making today's range'of'prices 9.65 to loiOO'a barrsl. "Yeste'rdcy's sharp decline Iri wheat.was given as the caiise. Cut At Too CALGABY, Nov. was re- duced SO cents a barrel In Calgari Tuesday morning. '-Tho reduction now beings the finest grado of .flour to a biirrell, as compared with some little time ago. the bakers slate that'the reduction' of SO cents a .barrel oiilj represents about one-fifth of a cenl any time after It has received the of- Delal reluros and tha declaration'will come.into effect "after the'expiration, of thirty days froci ths dato cl ay der-ih-council to that ellect." j'hus.i without, taking In'.o consider- ation tho Question of terminating lic- enses there Is a dltferenco of at least thirty.days between the two'periods In which lifluor may siill be imported fojr, personal use. Opinion hero via the point at issuo Is apparently divided. On the oso baud it is underlined a memo has been prepared 'submitting that gov- ernment vendors in tho bone dry prov- inces cannot be classed as license venpdrs the full sense of tho wonl and that.therefore the Dominion gov- AJ ready, received souml.ernmenl will not.need to wait sixty days .before prohibiting importation. Albcfl.i today were 3.050 in a loa'f'und for' tli'a't reason they hogs nnd ,590 sheep. The :do'.not propose making any reductibi market opened this morning slow and .in, the actual price of bread.- The> draggy, with buyers operating on aiitate to be small-scale further-'efforts being ii barrel orfc'il-'tH lower prices. Good quality-jib affect-bread prices. >v female butcher stuff -was-25c< lower! Vancouver-BehefiU-Also than yesterday's while good Nov. quality steers-sold steady to' weak; In- Vancouver: were riMiiceil by Uulk of cents per barrel- tliis around ?4.50ito with feeders the -basic 'carload Ing around jlots, jute OS-pound per, ciose" stu.fly opinion has uqt-yet been' subrhitied. Further consideration Is -Tieing- given to the qnesiloi bx of the gov- legal, inte 4 ''Vrv Further The legal nrls6s In a sought.'- curious vtif., issued durirfg ii'Vcfersoduin In the four pr6v- It-a majority is In favor of jupbibiticE Importallon of Iq'uovBUch-prohibtoh shall bo declar- ed by qrder-ici-council of the Dominion governaient'l'urider'seifloii 109 of the Cana'da'Teniperanice But in sec- tion" 1091 of Temperance Act, there are two .clausps. They dif- fer by at least'thlrty days iu .the lime left for'iurtber. importations o! liquor province 'which has voted bono dry. aud there-is considerable puzzling In Ottawa which, pf clauses i applies in: tho .preaent instance. The' first clause-.applies, to districts in which "exist.. It provides that--importation-paunot be prohibited until-after foil owing the; referendum.: is further provis-j. ion that the prohibition will come Into force when annual or semi-annual lic-j onse's terminate. i The second .clause applies lo trlcts-in'which there are no licenses.: Under' thei 'Dominion eovernmcnti. the "district tape dry at; On tho' other, doubt Is expressed if such a memorandum gives a correct legal, interpretation of the situation. Further-advice therefore, is being ate, 8 brings the wholesale price, to .107 :iud feed Track...... Xo.'l C. No. 3 OW...231 Condemned Track ....107 ...23n .No. 3 C.W.. .195 Montreal.Hell Off Leter ..MONTREAL, fs'ov% opra- lus .wilh a promise, of steadiness on Nearly hoadachos iiavc tboir beginning Iii the slomuch, liver or bowels, anil tlie best' remedy is Chamberlain's -Tablets, tone the liver, sweeten the stomach nnd cleanse..- tlio bowels.- This renders you much less liable to -u return of tho trouble.- .were; forty-two.'cars of mixed stock ou the two markets The cattle-were nll'ot common qunllty and prices .unchanged. Livestock- TOKOXTO, Nov. (Dominion trade drasgy; butcher 11.00 16 ..V i receipts, '68; choice, to 1S.OCI. Sheep, receipts, 970. Lambs steady, 11.40 to 12.00. Hogs, receipts, T7GG'..'Market un- changed. Montreal Stacks MONTREAL, Nov. the-financial aid'by various banking concerns Ihe local stock exchange showed a briskness, which has not been .many days. Most of the" slocks were'stronger and there was a great deal ot during the' eary trading, -prices changing Peps provide s new treatment fof coughsl colds and lung troubles. They little Ublets made up from Piae CTlracts and niedicirjal rsicnccj. When put Into .the mouth these medicinal Ingredi- into healing vapors, which are breathed down direct to the lungs, throat and bronchial tubes. The Peps treatment Is 'direct.- Swallowing coufh mix- tn'ru'Into the'stomach, to cure ailments'and disorders ia throat and lungs, it indirect. Peps are revolutionizing the treatment of colds and their price is within Ihe reach of all. All dealers. 50c. box. Send Ic. stamp for FREE TRIAL PACKAGE. "DANDER1NE" Manufacturers Claim it is Caus- ing Unemployment, ami Y Injuring Business r TORONTO, Nov. ury, tax now imposed by tbelDominion with nearly every sale. Abitibt open-! is causing injuring tiii legislature here-loiiay notice wa's given goveniniest of thp..Introduction of a resolution _ Dominion gov- erhuiout to board at, once arid as- sistant to take charge of r'i 11 his H6ff.; G eflrie af- .will read-, the k rThree speakers -yier'e in-. Iho debat4-.oa the speecii in i'. leader of.the-op- created ho_ declared there was nothing'.tlew, in from the thrphe and: that took partjin the debate be- CuUciO Jt.-WiiS CuStviiitiTj'i'' .V Premier Martin in reply declared Iho, leader, of find tlh'at before' the. present 'session Stops Hair Coming Out; Doubles Beauty.. ed at.Gl after closing last night tho a notjrica.nsiderablq numbe 57 3-J, while .'Atlantic 'Sugar opened capital, and on tho other hand.thaljot irnp'ortant inattejra wo'utd.coine lie- 2 1-2 higher at 49, but it did not'iif Is securing corhparativeiy Hltlo rev- assembly 'for action. will be continued by'the prenife'r on Tuesday. 2 1-2 higher at 49, but.it did not-iif Is securing compa remain at one point .for moro thariienue for the are tho a couple of sales. Bromptou' wasJsrbunds on -which .the Canadian also very active, around couple j Manufacturers' Association, is. asking i.i_t.--_ points higher thnn its-close. Lauren- tide remained steady'at S5. Brewer- lea gained a imlnt In the early trad- ire s B r e a k Q u t and tliieves break in. Don't risk the first, or invite the second, by keeping money in the house. Put, it in The Merchants Bank, where it will be safe from alvyays and earn interest at highest current rates.' THC BANK the Dominion government to abolish taxation. The executive council of the associa- tion at ils last meeting passed a reso- lution to above offnct, and re-pre- sentations are now boiifg made- to the government. It is claimed that -the public have greatly curtailed their purchase's of those articles on which the now placed. It is felt that Ihe removal of the luxury tax would encourage .-the public to buy such goods insre- freely with the result that business would 'bo stimulated and more employment would be available. Head OfficiJ.: fylbAllrea, OF- tETHBRIBCBfeRANCH.' YARDS BRANCH. CANADA Esfablished 1854i R. J. W. T. VALUABLE DOCUMENTS Bonds, insurance policies and otlier val- uable' documents should not bs kept at home wliere they are likely to bs lost ,or The .Safety Deposit Boxes of this Banlc 1 7 provide at a nioderate cost an excellent meaus of keeping valuable papers. THE CANADIAN BANK LKl'BBRIDOK W. Manager, PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND Owing (o Frozen Ground tl Is Impossible In Bury Ihe N'ov. 9. Lieut. Fischer, ot tho Atistrian army rind olglit comrades v.'ho escaped from a Siberian prisoners' camp, arrived here today nnd declared that tho prisoners in Siberia were by lioles'aie from starvation, tuberculosis, nnd other diseases, As an example of the death rate ho cited ono camp o.f prisoners of whom he salt! died in six months. Conditions were getting worse" daily, lio nnd certain canlps call- ed "dead ninn's camp" became Ihore wero BO many (fentha, Owing to tho frozen ground it was impossible to bury, the do'nd during Iho wlnlor, according.lp th6 and Ihe naked bodies of tlie dead pri- soners wcro slacked like logs outside tho huts Ihcy had occupied, remaining Ihnro iiDtll spring. During iho past EHmmer-large graves were dug in.ad- vance for Iboso doomed (o. dejUh by Etnrvafion or, iUuMa .during llie. winter. Down Plants CHICAGO, Nov. nnd company-announced tpdUy that it had clOECj put its business in Canada, In- cluding a packing house .at Ha'mllton, Ont., and stilling iigoncica'al St. John, N, Sydney, Hamilton, Montreal ami' Toronto. The supply of hogs in Canada is in- sufficient, to beep :the packing plant running, it was explained, -mid the tariff on Importation of dressed meats makes shipments to the selling agen- cies from Chicago prohibitive. A few cents buys Af- ter an application of "Dandorino" you can uot find a fallen hair or any dandruff, besides -every hair show; new life, vigor, brightness, moro color and thickness. They WORK while you sleep" "Ban" Johnson To lagefeatfr "On Nevr KANSAS lo u iini.sli wcs dcciarun.'liore loday by PresWeal n.'IJ. .ibbhson of tb6 Amer- ican 1-oague, nnd his five "loyal ciub-i in the fight aBalast the formallrni nf a iiRU'12-rliib league. President Johnson declared" th.it! clubs'wqnld be calnbllslied in Chi. cago, Boston and Xcw York next sea son to take tho places of the clubs Iho revolutionary movement lo rc-or- gatilzo baseball would affect. SUB CHASER ON GREAT LAKES SEIZES DOOZE ASHLAMO, .vVis., A Unitcil Stales' (ubmarip'e chaser In tht lists against, whiskey' run. nerc plying their trade between the Canadian side 61 Lake SUflcr- ior'nnd the U rifted States yetteV- -day seized a fasf carry- Ing 20 cases of wliiskey ahBrar- .'re-sited the owner. United ed aovernmem boat (s fling Tako ono or two nliy to keri'p your livor u'srl fictivo. bllionp, oonstliulotl, hoadacliy, nnalriiiig or for u cold, u'p- liOt stomacli, or brcnlh, notliinK acls so.nicely ng Casf-arcfP. Clilldrcu love them, too. 10, 25, 50 cc-ius. ,'S SAIE OF. AND FIXTURES Offers are invited (or the immediate purchase of the'Stock, and Fixtures belonging to the Estate ot ROBERT B. MORDEN, ui IjCthbridee. consisting -...........__. Groceries Dry Goods Boots-and Shoes Crockery and Silverware..........'.. Fixtures Ford Truck and Wagon 7S0.75 694.50 458.30 170.00 Copies o! the Inventory may ho inspected and further Inform- ation obtained at the office of the nndcrslssed at Calgary of Ixsth- bridge. THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE CO., LTD. AUTHORIZED TRUSTEE C AUCTION SALE OF PURE BRED STOCK CONSIGNED TO CAPT. T. E. ROBSON THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION At Palace Livery Barn, 2nd Avenue South, Lethbridge ON THURSDAY, NOV. 18TH COMMENCING AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP 30 HEAD OF COWS AND Some in calf and with calves at fool. Ages 3 to 7 years. Some of the dual type and some of the best ber-f. Registered Shorthorns, Scotch topped. These- are all selected stock. 9 HEAD REGISTERED Cows and Heifers. Sotno In calf and some with ciOves at foot. 4 REGISTERED SHORTHORN i to 5 years old.. SELECTED A number of choico Homucy Marsli' ami. Kainboulette lireedf, from 1 to 3 veers old. 1 REGISTERED CLYDE STALLION, risiiig two years old. 2 REGISTERED CLYDESDALE MARES, C 'years old, iu foul, weight 3200 Ibs. L TERMS CASH CAPT. T. E. ROBSON, Owner and Auctioneer AUCTION SALE HORSES; cows, CHICKENS, IMPLEMENTS, FURNITURE, ETC. 1 WILC OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ON THE N.E; QUARTER OF SEC. TWP. 11, RGE. 22, W. OF 4TH M..J MILES NORTH OF COMMERCE, 10 MILES NORTH- EAST OF NOBLEFORD, MILE NORTH OF TWELVE MILE COULEE SCHOOL ON MONDAY, NOV. 15TH COMMENCING AT 10 O'CLOCK 1 Urey (ieliling, 4 years old, about 1200 Ibs.; 1 Grey Mare, 5 years old, ii'uoUt 3200 "05.; 1 Borrol Slnre, 7 years old, aboat 1GGO Ibs.; 1 Dark Grey Gelding, colt, years; 1 Dark Gelding, colt, years; 1 Roan Marc Colt, 3 years old; I choice fresli 8-year-oM Cow and heifer' calf, good milker; 1 6-year-old cow, milking and next; 12 Hens; 1 Light Wajjon; 1 Truck Wacon; 1 Democrat; 1 Hay liack; 1 Double Disc 1'low; 1 Sulky I'low; 1 Disc; 1 Set Boss Harrows and Cart; 1 Horse Hake! 1 Water Tank; Hog Crate; Scalding Trough; Blocks and Tackle; Grindstono; Darrels; Thresliennen's Scales; f'orkg, 1'pat Auger, Shovels, Tools; Two Sets ot Work Harness; Driving Jlar- ness; Saddle; Bveners; American .Cream Separator; "Majestic" Ttango with hot water back; "Her Majesty" Kaugo, in eood 1 Large Heater; OH Slovo; 1 Larce Kitchen Cabinet; Wasli Tub, Holler, Wringer; Singer Sewing Machine; Sideboard; Dining Tu.lile; Jjcdrccri Dresser; 4 Iron Beds and Springs; 2 Mattresses; Sanitary Sleel Couch; Chairs, Crockery, Cooking fjteuslla, and many other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS LUNCH AT NOON X A. SMITH, Auctioneer. A. BRADLEY, Owner. PUBLIC SALE HAVING SOLD MY FARM, I WILL OFFER FOR SALE WITHOUT RESERVE ON WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10TH On the S.E. of Sec. 6, Tp. 8, R. 20, Nine Southeast of Lethbridg'c, Two'Miles Northwest of Wilson 20 HEAD OF span raarcs, 7 r.nd 10 years old, weight 3100: 1 niiiiii 'I-ycar-olil 1 span 3-year-old geldings, 3SOO; 1 Bpan S-jear-old geldings. 2700; 1 mare, 11 years oldi 1400; 1 mure, years old, 1450; 1 Pt-rdiermi stallion, G years old, 1700; ;T (lilies, uomins yo.irs old; 2 geldings, coming years old; lcgeld- Ing, coinings years old; 2 Duckling colts; 1 Shetland pony, S.years old. 9 HEAD OF CATTLE- Four N'o. 1 milk