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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1920 THE LET HBPJDGE DAILY R3RALD PAGE FWfe MARKET REPORTS Sterling Exchange NEW; YORK, Nov. ''ex- change strong, demand I3.39S; cables IM054' Canadian dollars 10 13-15 i per cent, discount. j Htvt York Stocks .NEW YORK sales 131M; VS. Steel 81; U.S. Steel preferred IOC. LCTHBRIOGE GRAIN PRICES I l.ethbrldge prices on. grain today! ire -1 Oau................-...... .43 Barlsy .09 llye..............___.....110 ...V................... 1.91 Winnlpea Markets WINNIPEG. Nov. action occurred on the "wheat market today. -No. 2 C.W...231 No. 3 C.W...195 Condemned Track.............. .........235 RYB- Xo, 2 C. W...................61 Chicago Futures CHICAGO, Nov. futures: 1S6 1-4; March 181. 79 58; May SB 74. 50 5-S; 66, Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Nov. 1230 cattle, 390 (Prices furnished by Farm ProdocUs Ltd.) Timothy No. 1 No. 1 Miitd Tlmothj tat Al- .30.00 No. 1 AJtalfa.............. S7.80 f.ob. cars or Coaldile. buying credited lo the Brit- ish Hoyal Commission turned the hith- erto bearish market Into a very strong; hoga and 310: sheep. 'There was affair asd right from tho opening little more activity .to the'tradlng this prices began to advance steadily until morning. Good quality female butch- a gain of about 12 cents was made e-rs wero la demand- at a shade from the previous close. (stronger prices, .while other, classes jnuhe local cash market there was and grades were fairly In lino 'with an excellent demand with fairly heavy yesterday. Bulk choice females ra'ng- offerlugs, .producers and other holders od from butcher steor'i being inclined to sell on the advance. lo JS.OOi choice quality feeder Premiums were unchanged to lo high- steer.3 to JS.OO. er. j Good quality Jambs JS.OO to The futurp, coarse'grain- markets mutton.sheep from J5.0.0 to :were all showing strength with the ex-; Hogs wtrVuhcfchged at for ccptlon nt flax, which continued ils selects, downward course.- Toronto Livestock In thei cash markets thero was a' TORONTO, Nov. good demand for top grade oats, fair receipts liS49; mar: demand for barley, good demand for ket fairly steady: Best.stecra, choice flax and ouly an.ordinary demand for to rye. I recelpU, 189; real calves Wheat closed 11 1-Slo 11 5-Sc fop er; oats 1 1-1 to 1 l-2c higher; barley Sheep, receipts Lanibs 6 lo 5 3-4c.higher and flax unchanged, flboul 2o centsihlgher. CIS o'J'4 C4H Quotations; Open. November 200% December.........i May isoy- November -CO December.....'..... 5S May November May ysai November......... 229 December... 230 May-----.. 245 November r...... 1C2 December......... ]5g Cash Prices No. '1 Nor...213% No. 2 Nor...211% No. 3 ......20S56 No. 4 Nor...201T4 No. 6 ......190% No. G ......ISOJJ 5G-25 Track, Manitoba, Saskatchewan heifers, and Alberta OATS- NO. 2 C.W... Extra No. 1 feed No. 1 feed.. 56% Track.......... Wrangel's Retreat Notable Success PARIS, NOT. from dis- interested military observers" at Sebas topol Elate that the recent retreat ot General Wraugel's army In the Crimea was accomplished with' notable s'uc It said at the Preach foreign office today. The morale of the troops tho -reports 'remained ex trem'ely high, and General Wranje was reported as confident'lhat, with proper material, ho could re-orgahlao Ihe forces and maintain his' position without great difficulty. .It was the overwhelming number-o the soviet troops appearing on th South Russian front "which urecipi tatcd 'Wtansel's rctreal, the genera asserted. Hogs, receipts are io force a 'cut-of }1 on hog prices. .Mariel is at a standstill. 1955J'i Montreal Livestock MONTREAL. Nov. 10 (Dominion i .receipts 400.- There liavo been about offered for sale on Ifio Ikb msrVcts this week. There was no good-cattle offered to- Calves, receipts.140. Market steady. Good veal 13.00 to Sheep.' receipts <50. Fairly good lamb's to 'Hog, receipLi 350. :Market 25 cents stronger. Off car weights, selects Calgary Livestock CALOAUT, Nov.. market catllo was slow and-Inacfive at'tbe stock yards today.-althoaih packers were-buying for shipment. Receipts, cattle 751, calves S2, hogs 49; good No. 4 Nor 201T4 butcher steers medium to good to medium .lo good to 112. 36 97 235 245 108 FrtEDTOPAY Restored Her Tofertect Heailb PiPiirmiD ATE., "For thnw Itufftrtd grtut in lower part of mr body, with twellioj or I siw a specitliat who said I must undergo an ppsratiiBV'I refustd. The first froat relief; and Now my health ta ejoeileot-i era free of aai Ijini ''Frnit-i-tiret" mj warmMt KmW F. C! AKB AU. a box, 8 for ?2.M, Wai Atal! dealen' or teat postpaid by Wanted To Get The British Soldiers (to Of U.S. Armory Irish 'Women Sympathizers Marched With Signs AH Day Long in New York DENY REPORT ABOUT 1LLNES3 OF SENATOR Nov. lished reports that United Slates Sen- ator B. Penrose, who has been III for a year, has had relapse, were nied todiy by one of tile phjjlclami. who said (hero was change IQ tha senator's condition. ops Coughs Right Off You don't have to get welcome relief, when you take in Wrekin, Eng- land Promises To Be Keen- ly Contested Purple Springs Farmer Was Brought Fnlo Court and Fined LONDON, bye-elec- tion contest in the WreMn division promises to be "short and sharp. Gen'- eral-Townshend; the hero.ot Kut, who like the Chas. Palmer, is running under'the banners of Hor- tlo proprietor ot NEW YORK, Nov. Irish _women sympath- izers dressed in deep'ujournlcg appear- ed yesterday before Sevcntn mc-nl Armory In .unU'sl agauir.t Iho billethz there ot 19 non-cominiis! ed officers of the Hcyal Sussex I'.ogi- ment. The British soldiers 'are slay- ing in thft city until November 16, whin Jhe-y for Jaualca. Carrying signs, the women marched up and, down-all day long. They de- clared.their Intention to continue this protesting against the i presence.of British soldiers in a Ua- jited States armory until they leavo for Jamaica. One of the signs boro i this "British military route to India. Is there to be The pickelers apparently did not make inquiries regarding the destina- tion of tbe troops before wording their banners. A large crowd gathered about tha but .no disturbances resulted and no arrests were made. The British soldiers havo been en- tertained by various British soclelies In this', city., and -tonight will be the guests of the Daughters, of the Em- pire. Captain Armstrong, British con- sul-general will make in address of 16 thenL The firft few doses will loosen the the throat and ,the irritating tickle. The first day's treatment Jrill show vou will grow steadily better as this excellent remedy r breaks up the cold and completely relieves the cough. It is an excellent remedy, particularly useful for children because of its pleasant taste. fry Kitkaai Dreg tot Cbtgicil LWUi. Sul, combines'electioneerine with- at-! Netlier candidate has iriuch to say endaace at fox hunting His only op- about Ireland, though Mr. Duncan de- one nt, Chas Dnncan, labonte, alleges' Clares that for home rule sll tint General." Tdwnsncnd is receiving around. r No. 3 C.W...115 Rejected Track......... No. 1 N.W.C. 211-S cows J5.50; medium to good ?4.75 StocXers, medium to No.SC.W... 69% Eood to common to 59% feeders, medium to good No! 53% medium to gooei No sheep dr. hogs sold. Chicago Grain Mirket No. 4 C.W...107 87% ............112 CHICAGO, Nov. lhat no general curtailment rural bank loans in Kansas was contemplat- ed-had a bearish influence today on tho wheat market. for- eign exchange tended also lo prices and it was sTated that for the first time in months there had-been acceptance) of wheat by the'British Hoyal Commission. Buying was gen- eral with strong houses In the lead." .Opening prices which varied from the same as yesterday's finish to higher with December 178 to 17914 and March to cd by material gilos all: around. Oats wera gprerncd-by tho action (From Our Correspondent! TABER, Nov. tho Instance of the Municipality of Eureka, Wil- frid Hill, ot Pnrplp Springs, brought before a P. at Grassy Lake' last evening by Con- stable Bradner, of Eoiv Island, wuo is of the A. r. K detachment, Bov Island, for failing to meet his seed grain indebtedness to the municipal- ity after threshing his crop. The case came off at p. m. and according to the evidence Hill had sold his grain to the A. P. elevator at Purple Springs and .seltled other debts, and-had no- thing at the'close lo scllle with the municipality'which had loaned him seed grain. A fine aha costs was Inflicted, the total being about the 4ievator'.mail vatring mileage allowed.him In ow ing to defendant .haTnbg a' family-. While rouudlng up Valves which hi 1 into the stockyards a Tabef'-.this o .Martin slipped on tuo snowy .threw liim, tho Kincastl' a sprained aukli ag 'a'resuK. A coDibiiied meeting of curlers am hockey Is being held in thi council chamber tonight to dlscusi concernlug a combination of other grain, starting at %c decline to .Ho adyanca'witli and then .climbing soiiiowhat.- I Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Nov. -local tho covert support of the General. Tow.shend himself declares that he merely a friendly critic of is no 11 on. Hor-j the government addjng lhat this is John j time to embarrass the'admlnlstrall Let us be known A THRIFTY PEOPLE! Let us atop'spending heedlessly arid needlessly, and begin to save now and save regularly. THERE IS A SAVINGS DEPARTMENT AT EVERY BRANCH OP THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA LETHBRIDGE ..E. E. Mtnjjcr Branches also at Magrath, Cardston and'Tatar.-. Bibi ring Tana the formation of jany. Light snowfalls with a bitter norf occurred this forenoon. At noon Ibo. storm was growing heavier :'The three teachers of tho Grassy trillrB "in and tho exception .of: They are Miss Frcel nCF lpw Thlel.. and Miss Wood.' firmer. Bui Now Sutherland Is Back On Job Feeling Fine Sirice, Taking Gains Twenty Pounds in Weight. "My mother sajV'sho can't under- stand, how I managed to endure my awful suffering, but thanks to Tan- lac, all .that'Is left of my troubles" Is the memory of said 'Wm. .1 Sutherland, residing at Sulto D., St. .Jfcgls Court, corner Kali and Alo IJermld ayeriue, Winnipeg, ,Man., n well-known engineer In ttio city's cm. "1 don't bellove anybody suffered worse than 1 did during the past two years .with stomach trouble and rheumatism. My appetite becnmo so IKfor thai f could only force down enough to koop body and soul to- gether. Gaa .formed and prcsse-! janiac ia nuii-in against my heart causing terrible pal- D. Hlgfnbolliam fc Co., Limited jmatlons and 1 would simply havo to1 gists. gasp for breath. I had awful pains in my stomach, and my condition lie- came so bad I couldn't do work for about, ton months. 1 was simply in agony all the lime, and for two monUu un my back br-il hardly able 'to-'movo. I achej from Ilia top ot my hea'l lo Ihe bot- tom it my feel, and I thought I would be a wreck for tho rest of 1.1. life. "A'.frleni} .of mine-, recommended Tanlac to me, and niuo. bottles of put an end to my actually built tnc have gained twenty the incdiciDO put an end to troubles and to whcro I poundn in weight. My uppctllo Is just splendid, 1 onjoy three good square meals overy day, and "my stomach dwyin't troublo me a parltclc. Tho rhcumalfsm has entirely disap- peared, for I never havo an acho or pain of any kind and I'm Ijack at my work again feeling fine." Tanlac la sold- in by J. WHEAT PARTICIPATION CERTIFICATES Final Payment It has been announced that a Final Payment of approximately 18c, per bushel will on the 15th of this.month; Any Branch of the Bank of Montreal will undertake v the collection of your Certificates, BANK OF MONTREAL LIKELY 1 KANSAS CITY, Nor. is In aight in tho major league baseball war. This statement ivas made by Angnst Herrmann, reprtisenthis National league, when lie appeared today to address tbe National Associa- tion, of Minor .'Leagues. He says an Informal meeting ot the Id'clubowitora of the Na'tfonal Oi'el'American Icajitca .woal.l'lip. held {n.'Clittagd T'rfdav. Before Mr. Herrmann proceed- ed verj" fur In his address to the minor leaguers, be was banded a telegram. He read it slowly, and. then an- nounced "I told you gentlemen that 1 beller- ed peace in baseball was goinR to the very near .future. 1 hare just received a telegram adrlnlng that an informal meeting of the.-10 clubs In the American and-National leagues will be held'in Chicago, Fri- day.'' Herrmann declared that the tele- gram was signed by the five cluh.wn- ors of tho American I-oaguo loyal to President Johnson, and who refused to attend tho meeting in Chicago last Friday when the formation ot a now 12-club league was completed. END OF.PRICE CUTTING "LIKELY AT Nor. hun dred bags of sugar were sold this morning c.t f 13.60, less fire per cenL by one of iho, big refineries, which refused a price of 30 cents less per bag for a very muchflargcr quantity, according lo a local wholesaler. This is considered bj wholesalers as cvl- dcnuo lhat the end of .the prfce cut' ting Is at hand. Sugar yesterday Bold by reflntrs'al a hundred pound bag. SOVIET CLAIMS PENETRATION INTO CRIMEAN PENINSULA LONDON, Nov. tion of the Crimean peninsula Is claimed In the Russian soviet of- fltlal" statement 'Issued Tiiesda'y' and received by wire- less J t I he -Highest j Quality iEvpr Attained in a Virginia Cigarette No wonder Player's are the most popular Q in the Old they are here! Among discriminating smokers it is universally agreed that Player's are Unequalled for their smo'othness and delightful aroma, O ;