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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY; NOVEMBER THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY RgHALD PAGE FIVE v MARKET REPORTS Believe Man Who Did Shooting Is Safe Breaker LETHBRIDGE PRICES Lcthurldge grain prices on Saturday follow Wheat ......Jl-53 December 67 OH Barley Eye Flax, .65 Winnipeg Markets WINNIPEG, Nov. a weak opening :wheat made gains in sym- pathy with tHe southern maraets, tho market here developing..unexpected strength. An over-sold market and shorts finding It difficult ;to cover, ow- ing offerings, wore to he the only causo of tho advance. During last hdur'ths markets eased up and-prices v The cash demand .was not so _ and were 3-4 to Ic lower. 1 The coarse "grains; were steap> 'thfcug'hout thb session! showing a low er tendency near close. Tho casl business, however, was only ordinary the volume being light.' Wheat closed 1 3-4-to 1-Se-lower to i 1-Se" lower; barley 2 l-'i higher to ic lower; HKX highe to 2 l-2cp lower and rye 3 to 11-2 higher. VJay November )eceraher ilay 91% 233% 231 November Dewmber 90 90 233W 244 166 160 Cash Prices WHEAT- NO. 1 Nor...20SU No 3 ......204 No. 5 No. 2 No." 4 198Vi 18814 No. 6 17814 Track, JUnltofea, Saskatchewan and OATS- NO. 2 8255 No. 3 C.W... E 65% No. 3 feed.. 60VS "Quotations: 'November December ember" Ex, No. 1 feed No, 1 feed... Track FCCtl Track .i. Xo..2 t'oudeni'u'ed 4 "No.'4 C.W...107K S2 95 CALOAHY, Nov. 13. "James alleged to bo the than vrio shot and killed Alex. McCurdy, a con- ataV.la tn havft wounded her'officers, one, James Uttley, fat- ly, In a liquor raid ou the '.Stock- ards Hotel at St. Boniface. Man., bursday morning, is suspected g James Buller, alias Ballard, said be notorious throughout Western anada as a'safe breaker. A round- p call'has been Issued- for Huller's rest and he is said to bo heading est from Winnipeg. Duller was sentenced to a prison erra for'shooting an oiScer atrReglha n November 16, 1816, and ou Fcbru ry 19, 1919 he was arrested at Van- ouver on the eharge.ot being Involved n a jiO.OOO confidence- lie also as beeu arrested here an a vagrancy barge." Tho lipllce say that ttiey'eus- e'ct him of being a sate blower, flutter is'35 years old, 5 feet "10 nclies iii' weighs ISO pounds, lo was horn in Ontario hut-has been Open. 207 ISS'a 191 fe CO Closer 183 Vi 19314 6S16 No. 3 C.W... Clear MM Old ffiktatry- Scores LONDON, Nor. IS.MCanadiaa As- sociated' Results of associa- Uon football -Barnes .played today are- 33 follows: Flrtt Division Arsenal -Blackburn Hovers 0. ..Bolton 1; Derby County 0. Bradford if Liverpool 3. Burnley 3: Newcastle U. 1. Evertoii 3; Bradford City 2. Manchester .C. 3; JludderBfleld Terms of Peace Pact, Italy And Jugo-Slavia Half Million Jugo Slavs To Be Within Boundaries of Italy conventioa between Jugo-Slavia and i Czecho-Slovakla signed AuzusL U.I was'made public today. It provides! for military aid In case ot unwarrant-j ed aggression from Hungary. The' signatories may not conclude au al- j llance with a third power without previously informing each other. Tho convention !s to ho valid for i two years. It must bo .communicated to tho Leaguo of Nations. FACTIONS FICHT AT BELFAST Oldham II. 5. Sheffield 0, Manchester Suuderland 1; Mlddlesliro 2 0. peraiingin tho'west for years. 'He Is a steel'worker hy BLACK AND TANS MAKE A THREAT COfllC, Nov. have leen threatened in connection with he. abduction of Tlionias CirijUn, a warden of Iho Cork Jail; who' was kidnapped on October 15' while 'on the1 way to hlB home. The following notice was found posted today on tho frent door ot the offices of the Cork If Warden (fin 'Is not released i within 4S hours, Cork will remember his-ab- duction. (Signed) "By order ot the Black and Tans." Track No. 2 CVW. i Winnipeg'Livestock WNN1PEG, Nov." 290 cattle, 44 OES imd 05 sheep. The catllo marke lainlaliicd a fairly-steady tone wit juyers bidding generally iu'line wit close.- Butcher steers, fal o good to 59.00: females o ame grading ?5.00 to ?5.25; cholc ,7.50'.' Best feeder steers t i8.50. Sheep ajid dull. Han ful of lambs were disposed of at while a few .'mutton'' sheep change lands at J5.00. Hogs remained unchanged. Selec J15.50 to J15.75. Montreal Stock MONTREAL, Nov. loc stock'exchange was in a pitiiul.sla of weakness this morning and: near every issue was jlovrn from last-night. prominent decline was. in Atlantic Sugar.which, 30, two points down from yesterday's clos- ing level and then Immediately drop- ped S points.to Atlantic.Sugar closed today at 20. Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Nov. wai general rush to buy wheat .at the si today by -commission houses which usually stopping an ordinary cough in. disclosed a badly over-sold condition .24 hours or less. and prices advanced sharply with Do- cemherin the lead. Opening 1-2 to Cc plain cramilaterl Gusar syrup above yesterday's closo wlth-Deccm- (o mako-10 .ounces. .If-, you prefer, use her 178 3-4 to 182 and March-170 to. clarified molasses, honey or corn syrup, 172 the market slightly reacted, .instead of Either way, if Second Division Bam.iley .1; 'Clapl.ou O. 0. 1. Bristol City if Bury 0. Cardiff City '2; 'lielcesier City 0. Notts County 1. Fulhain 1; Blackpool 2. Leeds U. 0; Stoke 0. 1; South Shields 2. "Portvale JIull 'City 0.' Itotherham ;i; 'Btockport 'C. OJ WeBtham 0. .third Division Brentford 0; Bristol Hovers 0. 'Brighton lYrlymcmlh A. 0. Crystal Palace' j' Lutou Town 1. ..Ulllingham :-i; Newport C. 4. Crimsby ToWn Sivauaea Town 'N'orthamptoh'a; 'Merlhyr Town 2. Nonrieh C: 2; Ile'ailing 0. Portsmouth 3; Southend U. 0. Italy, Nov. ad- dition to clauses" conferring tho Istrian frontier and the .independence- ol the; slate of Piume with territorial con- ulty with Italy) the treaty slgneil nlghl between Italy and Jugo- slavia, shows that the Jugoslavs con- sented to tho Italian request that Zara to under Italian sdverelgnty with a hinterland :coverirjg a radius ot more'than six miles. Italy, in ex- claim to the Ad- riatic-islands; Lussln and Lagosla, which hy the terms of j the treaty would lie annexed lif Italy. When the- Italian- -and Jugo-SUv delegations appeared at: the gate of tho Villa Spinbla, where the protocol was 'signed-, the crowd shouted "Viva Peace" Awhile many photographers pointed their'cameras nt'tbeni. AH the delegates appeared lo.be Town 2 I fatirfled with the work accomplished and ansVcrcd agreeably to congratula- tions addressed-to thehi. The protocol states that ths BELFAST, Nov. Fein tiispfeyiKg the Sinn Filr. and United States flags were the source of party frictions last night. Fisrce stone throwing and revolver firing occurred and. In- tervention by -the with" the removal of the factions was necessary to restore order. 'A Vaaor Treatatd far ntf CeUa Tbo IL-ua for i> at II dscsccmi lofail. 25c. CansiIianDwoli Mist Su, Mootrt .V. t wiifcoui nmt. .Sterling Exchange ins nnd tho phlcsm, soothes .and NEW de- membnais, and hut mand 53.30 3-4; cables 53.37 1-2. Can- tllo thront ticklu and afliao dollars 10 13-16 per .cent, ills-l dreaded coujh disayipcfr entirely. Noth-. count. t hfcff- spasmodic Chicago future? :.I.cronp, hoarseness or hronchinl asthma. CHICAGO, Pinex ia-a.special and'hischly coiccn- 17D 3-4! March compounil. of scnuinc Norway 170 1-4. 74'6-S; May WvrW ovcr.for 170 1-4. Corn-December 74 6-8; May its hpalma cITcct on the membranej. 53. .-Raw Sugar NEW YORK, Nov. Despite con- tinned weakness- reported in the singar-market, there was no change in' he Tines Co., Toronto', price of ".refined ,sugar ijcing 10 cc-nts per pqiiml. Iletall prices allll varied n'ctwecn 11 and 10 cents. New York Stocks NEW YORK, Nov. sales: C. P. Jl. US 3-8; .U. S. steel SI 5-S; U. S. steel preferred IOC. HATf. (Prices furnished hy Farm Products Ltd.) Timothy No. I'MIxod Timothy and Al- falfa so.oo No. 1 Alfalfa 27.00 (P.rlcea f.b.b.' cars Lethhrldga or Co'aldale. XVigon 0; 'Oldham 12. Huddersfield.-lp; Battlcy'-.34. -YORKSHmE'CUP GAMES LONDON, Nov. As- scciateil. of northern cup Rugby games played herir td'day are aa follows: 5. Hull Slr'Huhslett 0. LANCASHIRE CUP GAMES AB- tsociated of the Lan- cashiVe'eiip'TiuSOj: games nlayed hero j-. Leigh si.-.St! Helen's; Bee. 3. riroughlon 9: Widnes 4. ENGLAND DEFEATED Af- sociated amateur in- 'erna'tiona! fpb'thall game played hero oday England defeated" Ireland by. 4 o Q. For Colds, Rheumatism, Ach rectiong. Then you are getting real Toothache, Earache, take Aspirin narked with the name "Bayer" or you are not taking Aspirin ai alt' Accept only "Bayer Tablets of ia nn unbroken "Bayer" scribed hy physfeifins for over nine- teen yc.iTE. Now made ia Canada. Handy tin boxes contain ing lets cost but a few., cents. Druggists also sell larger ''Bayer" packages. Ttcro is only one Ton mvit lay For Constipation Avoid qlFanrKiintraent by your iujj dirrotinns ftfl3 don'fc accent fvnythinK -1-- nKsinlute Pktis: m or -Tnonpv'-Pronnitl j rcinndcd. Quit Laxatives, Purges; Try NR HR ToHomg Fell BlgH It a mlJtalcii to continually dose j-oursolf with SD -colled Inxativo p Ms, calomel, oil, p'Jrse.1 anil catharl lea nnd force bowi-1 action. It weakens tho bowola and liver and mates con- filant necessary. on't you begin right toow r.sllpullon nnd get Quebec City Wants Tariff Retained TIIREB H1VERS, Quo., Nov. 13.- The TarIB Commission, headed hy Sli Henry Drayton, arrived here lit 10 [o'clock this morning from Sher I hrooke. fnee George TOROMTO in Contra of .Shopping and Business District 250 ROOMS 100 Pd.-Jll Cllhl EUROPHAfJ They went immediately to tho city hall, where the Shearing began. Tho local hoard ot trade, repiosent cd by President Burrill, regiatcrcd ii favor of a protectire ;Urlff as th '.boat means to protect in Iduatrlcs. .i. Kiigcnc Tremhlay In the name o the employees of tha Wabasco Colto company of Three lllvers. said lha any reduction of the tariff would b jirejudleal to their company nml con senuently prejurflcal to tho employee of Hits company. Ho favored Ih maintenance o( the present tariff lav The directors of. the Shawinisaa Co ton company- satct that iho textile in Idustry hart no actual protection on a count of the depreciation, ot tho poun sterling and they asked for a highe tariff. TO BURY UNKNOWN SOLDIERS ALONG WITH PORTUOUESE MONARCHS LISBON', Nov. hss voted a sum to brlna bodies of two unknown soldiers from the Flanders battlefield and from Africa for Interment In the church of Bela, this city, where many Portuguese monarchs are entombed. Los Angeles reports. Iho return Iho 25-ceiit haircut, bvcrcomo your j-our uyslem In silch- Bhape that flally purBlug will to ,-anncccssary? lou cr.n do BO If S-oft get n of Remecfy (iN'll TauleUO nnd tcl-.o ono tach nfsht for or SD. MR Tttblcls do much Elpro limn. rncreJy causa pleasant easy bowel na- tion. This Medic in acts upon Iho as "Well na cHininauvo organs XepJttn Is tho mark In Canada) of Barer Manufacture of I'ono- epllcftclduter of EallcFlIcacld. M'Mlo It ts ircll bnswn that Aaplrln rocans'Baycr to'flaEl bo Mampcd wit flaElst the- pubMc, asalnit the Tablets of Bayer Company with' tbclr trado inark, tho "Eayrr CroK." Vew York Trlbune'Supports the Angry Protests of, its Readers NEW YORK, Nov. New.York Trihnno puh- lishes this morning niimerous letters from United States'.citizens couched in terms of protest, against the rejpeut indignities acco'rdcd the TJrltlsh (las hy Irish Nationalists lii this city during Armisllca. WpeK; Celebrations. Under' tho cnplion: "A Local Sinn Fein Outrage" the .Tribune supports tie nngry protests, of .its. readers In the following editorial "The act o! these" Sinn Felners was mi indefensiblo' outrage aliko upon promotes Rood digestion, tho decency of memorial sentiment ud upon every; obligation of. courtesy oppetllc, overcomes biliousness, regulates kidney and bowel aCllcn find Elves tho wlipfo a thorough cleanlnB out This accomplished you will not havo.lo medicine every day; An occasional I.B iablct will keep your bo3y In condi- tion iinavou taf feel your Try. (Nn Table la) unfl provo IMS. It 13 tho beat bowel IDldlclno .dial you can U33 nnd cpsU J. Co., LtJ., for 70 Thru iia Grandmother's you !h Put tppearancc hi rcnuintd tinul ypuih bttome but a memory, Th csot I, refined, pcaity Ifi while appearance lltjf lenders leaves iKc of IkAuiy yo for many yen to a frlondlytpower. do will t all mislafco iho source ot this act. he American friendship for England never BO hVjOadlfr.haSed and clear- yed as if 'yo Ore aware ot Bngllsh td "bur 'own .mistakes and are equally surp he underlying Oi jus- ice anfl right and 'dchiocracy faith vhlcii nations of the rorlcl all .share. .'.'Such nn insult to ho ling of. Gr6at llritain could not ome from any'true Ariiorlcati. "When the Sinn Feltl hurncd nn Vrmlstice Day flag, it -was, as ono of our. readers notes, typical of Sinn Fein In Iho great war.: On this clay rhch': Amerjcatis, asee'mlilrf to com- memorate fin occasion hallowed Iho ancrlfrce of; American soldiers I" sbnimon cause with 'Great' Drltain ind France, with all democracy ag-! alnst nil autocracy, all that theso Sinn Fein minds could think of wag ihelr own grievances. So It was In the war. Many Irishmen, south as well as north, suffered from no auch pelty egoism and unlled their efforts In tho great light. Hut not Slim. Feltl. That tramplotl flag oh Broadway Is a whole- some reminder of an historic .selfish- ness than can never ho forgotten." NO RECOUNT ASKED HALIFAX, Nf6y. was ilay for'demantHng'a recount In'tho recent referendum in Halifax county and-as no.request was receiv- ed, Major Macljjnnpn, Ihe returning officer; will (ortfartl When Mother's Aclvice is Most Needed A GIRL'S Future KcaltK and nappines) 'depends Ib a large extent on conditions during the. adolescent peiiod. At about 'fourteen, years age important menial and physical changes are taking place, which every privilege, to tell of Wnclctful benefit I derived from the use of Dr. Chaje's Nerve Food. In March 1917, I had anaemia of the brain, and the menla and physical suffering 1 endured indescribable, had treatment from three doctors, and for twelve dJIU nit i ant i kg piatv, n juvn --i j t girl should understand. Then it is that she needs was unconscious: while for thiee months 1 wa: the care and advice of her mother. Unfortunately this is about the lime when school work and examinations are likely to prove an excessive strain nervous syslcm. Anaemia, chlorosis or nervous breakdown in the form of St. Vilus1 dance are not uncommon at this age. There is a failure o[ the blooa to supply the nourishment required by the nervous syslcm. Ex- cessive menial effort consumes the nervous energy required Io insure good digestion and the proper functioning of the vital organs. 'It is surprising to find how quickly the nervous system responds to ihe restorative influence of Dr. Chase's Nerve Food. There is no longer any ques- tion that this treatment is admirably suited to help girls through tnis most critical period of their lives. In almost every comrrmriiSy arc many cases Io prove ihe exceptional restorative influence of this well-known treatment. The use of the neivf food stimulates the appetite, improves digestion, and builds up the system in every way. Miss Rena B. Crossland, Queen's N.S., writes: "I feel jl z duly, as well as a .fed and cored for liVe an My mother so anxious for me to use Dr. Chase's Nerve Foot that she crushed it arid baked it in rny food. Afte using two boxes I