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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER n, 1920 THE L6THBRIDGE DAILY HSRALD PAfiE MARKEREPORTS Finance common 34.25 to Jo.OO; feeders, med-1 lum to good }5.25 to 56-5D. halves, medium to good 47.00 to com- mon JS.QO to (7.00. Hogs 18.25 off cars for selects. Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Nov. from the strength displayed by every LETHBRIDGE GRAIN PRICES l.ethbridge grain prices today Wheat _, Barley...............', '57 Hi? 1.16 i.so Winnipeg Grain Market WINNIPEG, Nov. lirillsh Issue with the" exception of Atlantic poyal Commission was not buying lo- Sugar, during the early trading this tUy and tho strength given the mar- morning, tho local stock exchange hss' Ti, by tho buying of Manitoba wheat at last begun to raliy back to normal 1'rank Patrick Called Upon To reiterday vvaa Ebsoot. At one lima t-orialtlons. Abitibl rose' 1 1-4 I'rodupA during the session prices had decliu- night. Atlantic Sugar lost 2 points from C 1-S to 6 Tho loir and opened at 41. lllordoii wes thoj brought about somo renewed feature of the early, trading, rising j liualnoss and prices reacted from 3 1-4 four points to ISO.. Spanish lilver to 1 l-4c for local futures. closed at 87 1-4 last night and opened There irao a demand for cash at 83 l-Z this morning. Wayagatnack wheat, and whilo tho offerings wereimade three-polht gahi to 112.- tha premiums were' about 2c! Chicago Grain Market over the future, -rhlcii was l-2c bettor! CHICAGO, Nov. suffered than Wednesday. setback-.m jrlcVtoday owing .Tho markets chielly to the fact that no fresh ex- somdwhat weaker In sympathy with port demand-was in evidence. H Vas wheat, Oala wcro about Ic lower; said the. British Hoyal Commission had barley 2 to 3c lower, flax 3 to 2c low- failed to accept overnight offers. Sen- e.-, while ryo was generally lo high- tlinent became bearish and or. The volumo'of cash business was speculators -sold -freely. Opening not large and conditions remained prices varied, Ijjc lower-to ad- good demand for top with December 185% "to 187 grade demand for and March. ISO to 18i; and followed by barley, with sonw good buying of flux.'decided breaks and of tho scale down. Quotations: December...... May November........ December November December Ojieal 211 19G 201' Cl 59.U Oils 95 395TS 9114 35% 1C4 1C2 235. December'... 234 May 245 November....... 162 December............ 'Cash Prices No.'i. No. 2 Nor...209W No. 3 No. 4 No. 6...... Track; and Alberta 208% No. 2_C.W... No. 3 C.W... "C8% No. l.feed.. fjsii No. 2 feed.] a- rally. Oats followed other grains, opening off to yc higher, May CSV, to 5C56 nail then', showing a" general sag. Sterling Exchange ex- change cables Canadian.-'dollars IDS'per cent, discount. foreign Chicago Futures .CHICAGO, Nov. futures; 1SOH; JIarch, 232 7SW; May 23114! 4814: May, 242V.- Toronto Ltvestock t j TORONTO, Nov. Branch.) receipts Choice cattle are asked for hut the quality offered Is poor: TheibnII: of the run likely will Ijo held (fvcr foV Monday's market.. "common steers were sold 25'cents lower than yesterday. Calves, receipts 128; and unchanged. Sheep, receipts, 6SO; market for lambs steady "and unchanged. Good ctiacn tc'nn Shippers are ?8.00. Hogs, receipts 831. still holding out for higher prices and j market nnsettled. No. 4 O.W.. .105% I HAK SiARKFT .Ilejectod snd Track .lloy .......I.... 232 No.-2. 0.W...2S2 No. S'C.W...197' Condemned ,iS7 Track No.ZC.1V. iso Winnipeg livestock Nov. (Dominion Receipts cattle, 840 "sheep. Bidding on tho market was generally In line with yes- terday's close on cattle. Best butcher to.J10.00; fair to good ?6.BO' to' ?8.'00; choice heifers 57.50; fair to good to J5.75; choice but- Ltd.) ranu Product. Produce Evidence ing Big Four League OF A. A. U. OK ALBERTA ACTS BREAK IN SUOXR PRICE ATJNEW YORK NEW YORK, 'ijiov. was another break We ptr pound In tho price of raw' sugar today, with' at sli cents cost and I freight, a new low record for the sea- son. The elecllno came under coatlu-'i ueil pressure from producing countries I poor demand for rcflned sug-' ar. T At today's level prices represent an almost perpendicular decline of 17 1-2 cents frost last ilay. Dismissal Of M. P. P. Causes Stir At Teg C'ALGARY, Nuv lierala Tho CaJeiry 12c Sugar Scon Sold Giit In A Montreal Store MONTREAL, Nov. refin- brokers and others sot a severe jolt this morning when it was'.announced' that a Urge" retail store in'Hhe downtown area was sell- Washington to petition the United States government to annul the Cuban presidential elections held November 1, in the ground of alleged violence and eoerelon on the part of their opponents, both before and on election day. ARMISTICE SIGNED LONDON, _armUttee has been signed by'tae ArmenianB and the Turkish Nationalists, It Is nounced In an Armenian communique November 7 received here to- day. no winjther AUdrnc-r.Goaeral I i PROFITS IN'RXCESS deparliaeut 1m In' the! QF TIEE ESTIMATE premises, as.It apjieirs lhat the non-'l U'e tex. last i MOXTHBAL, Nov. H.-Earulngs of winter was a matter that had Sicea: the ri.-.w mSrddn company, paper mak- arraugeil before the, season ojisued. I quarter, July I to Sen- iNon-payme.it ot this .Uii la tho oiily; tc'mbor 30. are in citcesn of leason that could..lie advanced why: This Is nt.the rate of fS.fOO.OCO a vcar, the attorney-general should Interfere.: as .Compared with estimated profits "However, there Is a body, that; in' the: first year of should lake action, and that Is Carl F.Iurdon.'president ot the com- Allierta branch ot ths .Canailiau Am that, tho atcur Athletic Union, and it Is grat- corapsiny is now accepting contracts liylug to record that Oondral H.VP, for 1921 .delivery' at prices equal to McDonald, C. M. (i., s. o. highest, contract prices received Idem of the branch, no sooner heard I In'1920. that Mr. Patrick had preferred charges than ho wired him .to tele- Thirty .mlnntes afterla bibv was graph affidavits dealing with these born BlooaHngtav fa, afflicted accusaUons m order that thej maj with paralysis ot the left side, an be presented to the governors of tho' operat'on wta rertormed on skull -WINXiPKG, NOT; convention of representa- tives ef all labor con- nected wlilfthe Canadian National I Railways ami the Grand Trunk Pacific Hallway In Winnipeg will take place! hero In the courio of the neit few Jlcpresenlatlves are now being called for, irrespective of what or- belong to. This Is the first action to be taken as the result of the dismiss! ot A. E. iloorc, M.UA., fdr-Siirlngdeld, by the Canadian National Hallway company in accordance with tho recent politi- cal order issued by the president, D. tt. Haauu. At this convention a plan of action will bo outlined and the question taken up .whether H larger convention, In- cluding poluls outsido of Winnipeg will bo. Thero 'will also ho f meeting to-1 night of. the. District .com- hup.d of thu'Great Wnr Veterans' as- Bociation, 'called' for the purpose ot considering .tho, 'dismissal ot who is' president of the coiii- labor officials connect- ed Vi'iih the'railway organizations withheld comment on Mr. Moore'B dlB- niissal. Elating th_at the matter was be- ing dealt wilh "iiy a local shop com- mittee as an ordinary grievance the railway management. (Jeo..H., Palmer, telegrapher for the Canadian National Hallway at DaupH- in.' staled .torlay he had not received as yet. auy nutillcatlon from tho rail- way his seat In'tha legislature, or tbjquit his position in accordance with'the recent order. Collections For Business Houses satisfactory service which ._ Bank renders to BusineisHonaes, in the matter of collecting and other financial papeirT is "due nmnberandstrategieloeationofitsbranehea throughout Canada, and the efficient system in force. Special attention ia given to eolteetioni v returns are promptly made and credited; losses are of ten prevented by the care and thoroughness with which we do this par! of our, work. MERCHANTS BANK Hud Office! Montreal. OF CAN AC A Established 18M. UTH BRIDGE BRANCH, CAICARY STOCK YARbS BRANCH, Alberta branch, who meet In Calgary neit Salurdaj morn'ng "The -general :has also -gone on' record as stating that If it is proved that thero'ls1 professionalism, j those responclblQ will be punished accord- Ing to their desserts. "There has baou So much adverse comment In other'provinces respect-, ing the migration of hockey players to Alberta and so-many expressions of suspicion ay to tho amateur stand ings of the athletes 1m o lied that which Is proving ASK: WASHINGTON TO ANNUL CUBAN ELECTIONS HAVANA, Nov. execu. tlve. committee of. the Liberal party has passed resolutions authorizing General Jose Miguel Gomez, Liberal presidential can- didate to proceed immediately to TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES' Convenience, security and economy are secured by the use' of Travellers' Cheques issued by this Bank. They enable the er to identify Himself and are. readily converted into the current coin of any foreign country. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND LETHBUIDGE W. Eeikie, Manager, Timothy No.'l No. 1 Mixed Timothy and Al falfa Ko. 1 Alfalfa (Price.? to.b. Lethoridsa Coaldalo. [Is 1 t. US throw stances. SUM Dp In Ice Pack COPENHAGEN, Nov. Amundsen, the'Arctic explorer, has telegram to tho Borllngske TidenOe from East Cape, n >i? t0'5'50' i Siberia, bearing datb of 'August 13: Fair to good iambs to "We from Nome Immediately Jnulton "beep good quality. 55.00. latter my wire of August S with only of 25 cents was recorded 'three men, as tha others claimed on tho hos market today. Selects wages of sterling imonthly. Calgary Livestock CALGARY, Nov. ma-Set at the. stockyards was steady today at yesterday's best prices, local packers .buying. Hecelpts, cattle 700, calve.i 80, sheep 781; hogs'62. Four steers averaging' 1392 made J8.50; medium to good common 55.00 to 56.00. Heifers, medium to good J5.25 to cows, choice med- ium .to good fi.65 to 55.00. Bulls, medium to good to 5E.OO. Suck- ers, medium .to good 55.00 to 56.00; "The following'day we were held up by pack ico In Eehrlng Sea, All aboard cannot nlford to !mv_ had and before tho] hockey season opens tho players nhonld established <'on an i honest and permanent basis "The., public .Is not partlculir whether hockey ts amateur or pro-, fessional, so long'as It is high class, and .wbrta Uio money paid 'la ad- mission fees, but the public ia-con cernyd If {t has reason to feel th'at it Is being' dacelved. It wants profes slona] hockey to he known ns' such and It does not want to support pro-i fessionals who are posing as teurs. "The players and tholr managers must come to understand that Alli-rta i Insists on letlcs." honcat, honorable ath- i German Miners' The forogoing'lB tho..first direct message from... CapUIn Amundsen since he set out on his .expedition from Nomo, Alaska, In the ship Maud, j August 9. TIvo weeks litftr informa- tion reached Nomo famous explorer's ship had become wedged in the Ice oif Capo Serge, 255 miles northwest oE Nomo, on the Siberian coapl. BEliLlNY NOT. an interview, at Amsterdam whcro ho has just re- turned alter an investigation of the Ruhr district-in Germany on behalf of, tho. International Labor Union; Edo VImmen ot Hbllancl, president of the International .Federation of Transport, declared tho Qcrmnn atily wonli destroy the mines it the Auhr region were occupied by the al- lies, In tho Interview Fimmen is quoted (as saying that occupation appears to possible, although the German mln- lers are rtoinr; the best they can ami j whatever shortage there eslsls (u coal j deliveries, is init dim to lack ot ertort jliiit to the liolltical conditions.as re- gards Poland. Keep Yon can falw yotif boy and out of him raake nnyihing you I Clll him llrvW cntf in "6 Fit For Success in Life J1Y A. K. DABOOCK. FOR REVISION OF THE i VERSAILLES TREATY j 1 LONDON. Nov. Ucrlln ilis- Ipolch to Iho Times says Ilaron ,Von former president o( tlio you can get him under good o h man who ,S strong anil fit. Uncle Sam took "our boys''-thoso ho1 mado oUhom Tfcll-uovelopcil, well Ect-uii and n tell you V kM" 8-vstcm oor will anything from a common cold or hcadnclis to ttio most y rCSUlt of Jlho innln cmnmltteo of tho (Tiicsilay his caiulialgu of propaganda i for the .revision of Ihe Vcrsaillca i [iraco Irealy. llo declared tliat Biieak- (era of parties must combine 111 de- niatiding revision of uns- ;lng their hopo on tho saner elenionis ;In enemy countries, especially tlie United Slates, -Jtaly and Great Britain. The baron, outlined various means to be adopted for. securing tho Ucairci] result, among Itiom nrguineuts lhat the surrender of 800.000 mllrh cnwa by flcrmany would mean Iho condemna- tion to death of thousands of Oermun children. sbotl Tliia Ionic compound ia ici. ui roots and Herbs, without alcohol, and has a the mucous membrane, nllnya.thb irritfttion nnd propc r and rcn sonsble way, at th 8 seat or poisoned CLOSE VOTE IN HALIFAX ON HOUSINQ REPORT HALIFAX, Mov. Halifax clly council last night turned down tho report ot tho housing recommending .lire expenditure of fo.- tho erecllon ot'noi-c f u Fit Yourself to an Ingersoll i, this window display WATCH watch tastes differ. But there are Ingersolis to need or taste. The display pictured above helps you to fit yourself. Find a then find yourself. It's a fascin- ating quest and bound to be successful. Maybe your taste doesn't correspond to the choices we suggest. 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