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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAf.E EIGHT THE r.ETHnrUDGE DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, NOYEMDEn M, NfllER STOCKS ARE Mulislical Bureau Publisher Re- port Showing Fopdstuffs as At November 1 OTTAYi'A, NOT. bureau ot slatUliri, In'.rrca! irado dlTlilon, publishes loday a report ihoilns tha slocXj ot iceMs. produro and flsb in cold Horace ami in pro cess ot cure on NovemlKr Creamery bailer in iiorase JOB dGClEnB IB SIUUAa vl this lime of roar, owing io the tacl lust wfe are now using cold storage supplies, is usual. However, the move- ment mil ot this year is very umcn lighter than til' ol the same last year. Oleomargarine slocks amount to 639 SS9 pounds, or -JO-GS yer cent more tha'n'lasi month; bot 31.17 per cent. less linn last year. Cheese slocks amount to the very largo lotal or pounds. This is 366.41 cent more tflaa last 1 Egg stocks include 5.36S.S2S 'dozen in storage, dozen on nand odier than In colds storage, and doien froieu. Tne loial amounts Io 6.2S per cent. more than iast year 2S.12 par cent, less than last month. More Pork Pork slocks In storaqa and in pro- cess of cure! lotal' 3 9, J2 pounds, or per cent., more than .lastj >esr. udi 3.7S per cenl. tban lasi f inonlh. These stocks include 1.9I5.C73 pounds frozen tresh, 2.79S.614 pounds fresh unfrozen, 'pounds dry olted. i2.lSl.4E? pounds swcel picX- >d. and I'P.SSZ.TSS ixiupJs lu process of curt-, noi yi'i in >'oM s'.cnige. Stocks Less Dcef six-its "ia siorr-se wad ia pro- cpas ol total rounds.! ia kjt VLT ecu'., leas las, j year and-lSiS per ceul. ihaa last month. Tticsa itocks Include T90 rounds of pounds of unfroiea fresb beef. -v--.ll? pounds curca. anu pounds in process cf cure. Mutloa and lacib in elorc amounts Lo pounds. Tbis Is U.SS per ceni. less ihan last year, V-ii. I j per cent, more tViun lisi moclh. Tba i stocks include J and pounds untroifen. j Poullrr slocks amount to 1.2S1.E5S I This Is 1.6 per cent, mure j ihsTi last year and 33.51 per cent, meru last month. The stocks includo 161.669 pounds ot broilers. pounds of pounds o! fowl, KI.S51 penndj of ducks, :J.9lO ot geese, pouoJs ot tur- Icej-. and pounds of unclassi- fied pouhry. Tbe fish in cold storage is pounds, which ia 16.4G pe-r ceni. nioro ihan lasi monlh. The haim ucaer Ihan in cold storage is Be No Conl Shortaje of Car Supply Were Adequate Says Armstrong TALGAIU', Xov. gverr pound of domestic co.tl tnlned Ir. Al- oertA Is urgently wanted, so much BO (bat ft Is slated that In some uarta of Sasfcatcheu-an the distressed cltlieus are buying lumber at I40'a 1.000 (eel to burn In their houses lu to teep Wflirm, lie colUerlci in the Drum-' lellcr Vrtlley complain thai they arc l unable to obtain enough curs to tike care of (heir output. According to Inforuatlon reaching ;h8 oQco of Coal Commissioner Arm- strong In C'algnry pn Friday morning. tbero are no cars whatever fct the mlnea of the Midland, Western or Rcrap4on collieries and nolther of these nilnes worked Thursday. In addition, there are also coniplalnU from olher operators In the Drurnhel- Icr fleW. la the course ol an Interview with Coal Commissioner Armstrong, who Is In the city looking Into tho coal car shortage, he Informed a representa- tive of ihe lleraitl that It would be well for the public to under- stand that ivllh tho present capacity of the coal mines of Alberla that there would be absolutely no shortage oj coal wero the car supply adequate. Ap- enlly. lie said, owing to x'deulod early and sfivcrc eoltl wea- .hcr a uuuiber of coal users wero ?aughl terv short, thus making an ab- normal demand on both the mine op- qratora and railways Tho CauLidlaa government railway ofltc'lals admit that there IE a shortage ot cars, but that IIS