Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY; NOVEMBER" S5, THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE PtTE 'LETHBRIDGE GRAIN PRICES Grain prices for wagon loa' Lethbrldgo today are: .37 Hye Klai Winnipeg Grain Market 1ICES receipts 0465. But- lots in'ther steers, choice' I Calves, receipts good; .64 1.16 1.90 Hops f 18.50. Sheep, rocjslpts '4442.. I-arnbs 50 cents higher. Hogs, rereijjts 1152. HogE steady. feature of the early Irsiingon'OielocaJ stock i this niorhlng vu a tutther WINNIPEG, NOT. wheat market was nervous and erra- j drop Atlanjlc Sugar which opened tic, with tin fluctuation 'about 4Hc. let 19 after closing at 20. on Saturday Tho general tendency, however, w weaker, jmd Iho trade; generally con- tinued bearish. Harly in the session d then Immediately toll Dnr- g tho course of thp'nret half hour bis issue' touched IE. Abiblti was al- cash demand was good and premiums.so weaker 'this m'crning, going down were quoted %c hotter, but after closing 59Vt; Brompton increased be'yoad the demand aud-iand Laureutlde lost a to 61 and 91, premiums dropped lo Saturday's close, j respectively. one of the During the, last hour a comeback .was weakest issues, fVlCi.; fiitr registered and.tho market 'was very the week-er.-i to Spanish Hlvev r.in it a close, second by. opening Oats futures showed little change, Ut this 'morn'tag at with the unoertono Inclined to' on Saturday. Breweries weaker. -All grades of 1-ash oats, ex-j lost copt No. 2 feed were in good demand. Tho.'offerines were soott and consider- was worked off. With liberal-offerings tho cash demand for a point lo. Vhiw mack lost IS points' to Other issues were 'quiet. Grain iMarket CHICAGO; NOT. Buying on the barley was not so coca, especially for part of houses with eiport connections top grades. Flax and rye were dull. had a bullish effect today pn tho wheat Wheat closed to higher, oils Attention.i.was alsfi given to 1 to 114c higher, barley higher; flax 1 to 1 and rye 4 to' higher. lower to I the fact Ihnt the end1 'of lako ha .c higher, November....... December May November December...... May Jfove'mber December....... Open.. 200 tion is only three weeks offr Besides rural, advances .continued "to indicate refusal of. farmers to- sell., -Opening qnoationa, which ranged from 9ic low er to higher, with 119 to 18H4 arid' Varch 165i'4 to 171, were rj (Contiuued from Front I'ago) alrness and open mlud and to endear- to reach decisions which would be acceptable. Men who have long been prominent n.lhe arena of world politics were rresent when Paul Hymans, temper ary president and former Belgian for- eign minister, appeared on the orm of the hall of reformation and called the meeting to order.' Canada's te Is composed of Sir George of trade and com- jierco; Hon. C. X Doierty. minister bl UEtlce, and Hon. N. W. Kowell, form- erly president of the prlvv council. A. J. Balfour, head of tho British, dele- gation, was riot able to be present, 3ut there were in the hall a number of men whose Xiamen have become well known to the public during tho last few years.; Among them wore Tom- JESO Italy; Bourgeois and Reno France; Viscount lEhii and Darori Matsul of Japan and Jose Da Leon of'Bpain. South Africa was represented by Lord Robert Cecil, former British as- sistant secretary for foreign affairs. Lord Robert was one of the leading protagonists of the .league during the Versailles peaco conference, but was not selected by Premier Lloyd George as one ot Britain's representatives. The aoiion of South Africa In naming him to act in behalf of that British dominion .was one of the most Inter- esting developments'of-the work pre- limlnarv to tha meeting of the assem- bly. OVERLAND TRIP WITH DOG TEAMS TOFORTNOUMAN F.DMONTON. Nov. Nets, a well known and experienced trader In the ivill bo the first' adventurer to get under way for a winter trip to the Hiver oil'fields He had thne big teams ready. The fact tbat Fort Nor- man la a long off and will liartl traveJling has not dlscourased Mr. Nets in hla plans for an overland Jonrney this winter, for from experience he knows exactly what is ahead of him." The Stlf Dtterrofnaiion League Speakers Had Rough Trav- elling in Nova Scotia City Most of the South and Central Amer- ican republics have full delegations ero for the session. 1 9? 233V' 231 244 109 90 >4 230 24114 '170 165 at an average moderately above'Satur- day's close. i OatS'bpened 'ic.lawcr to I'.ic high- I er. May 'to E3Vi' and December UTS, and .weakened .ill around and I then reacted somewha't. ,V..S. Sleel U.S. 161 Cash Prices WHEAT--...... JJo. 1 Nor.. .20S No. 2 Nor., j20714 No. 3 No. 4 Nor...193 No.'a No. C Nor...173 Track, Manitoba, Saskatchewan anil Alberta.............___203vs r No. 2 C.W... 03% No. 3 C.W... 57% Extra No. 1 feed 56% No. i Feed.. No. 2 Feed.. 51% TrackX....................... 67% No. 3 C.W...112 .No. 4 C.W...104. Track (Joiidcnined Ko. 2 Ct W...................1G5 Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, hogs slo New York. Stocks YORK', Nov. sales Steel preferred i Bar Silver NEW YORK; Nov.. silver, domestic foreign Chicago Close CHICAGO, futures: 1S3K; March 7.4ft; May 4S; -May' Close' Cash 1 h'ard 1S9% to 100. 2 mixed No..2 yel- low 84y, lo 2 white 5M4 .to No. 3 51 v' Sterling Exchange NEW YORK, Nov. ex-' chance demand cables Canadian 11 per cent.-'discount. STOCKS IN STORE" follow- ing' statement of stocks in store in public terminal elevators' at Fort Uer 12- with and shipments during the .week was isiu.ed by the Hoard of Grain Commissioners Sat- urday.-' Stocks oats barley, Tho, United Slates was riot repre- sentefl today's meeting, but .throughout the session there will he present United Slates "observers'' who "will keep Washington fully in- formed of developments." 'At a meeting of tlie council of tlie league yesterday, arrangements were for the- United States to have a representative On (ho financial com- mittee as as the- commissions on economics and mandates, should it so desire. Honduras and Ecuador are the only other American nations which 'did not send delegates to tho meet- lug of the assembly. A definite system and n plan for using the economic blockade against nations which transgress the orders of the league will be among the prlu- cipal subjects discussed. In addition the plan for ah international court vhich was framed at Brussels during ast summer will receive attention. Tapnn Is not expected to bring pro- posals on racial equality before the meeting, but she is expected to.'take a prominent part'In.the deliberations. The Russian situation may be one of1' the subjects; brought, before the ne'etinj, the defeat of General -Wran- gfel's forces in Srfulhern Russia hav- to-npod, butcher steers 50.50 to JS.SO. rj-e S3.1SO. .Rail" shli'ihieuls Wlicat, Sheep and lamliTaiirkelwns a shade barley, 29.733; flax, 2, itronger, iiood lambs reaching ?5.00, rye, nil. HA_X KAKKET (Prices furnished by Farm Pro Sue Is Lid.) No. 1 Allied Timothy and Al- No. .1 (Price? Coal dale. Alfalfa f.o.b. 30.00 27.00 cars Lclhbridso or witli good-mutton sheep selling up to Packers were bidding, Tor selects on the hog market today. .Calgary Livestock CAI.GARY, .Nov. calt'o Timothy No. 1 market was anrl inactive today packers lightly. Hogs rose 25 cents a bunilrcii from Saturday's isrice. Steers; nicdium to flood JO.00 to common lo cows, medium to good 55.00 to ?G.OO'. com- mon" SI.OO lo Bulls, Rood to SJ.'-'o. Stackers and feeders, nied-li! inm to Jii.2.i. Gnlvc-8.' to I.imibs, good 1 Ewes wethers ?S.25. selects, off cars Montreal Livestock MOXT3KAU Nov. receipts 3475; butch-, cr steers, medium to receipts veal WINNIPEG, II.'Evans J13.00 J15.W.-' i deputy minister of agriculture, return- Declares Canadian Manufacturers Haven! Used Tariff To Raise Price Of Goods To Consumers MONTREAU Nov. enor-; had expressed dissatisfaction Kith the mous development of this city under a j declin moderate protective'tariff was outlined no such AMI1BRHT, N. S., Nov. a scene of much disorder Ihe Self-Deter- mlnallon. for Ireland League meeting hero addrc.ssed by Lindsay Crawford broke .up.last night. Tbe impress Theatre-was crflVded to the loors." Returned soldiers were there n great numbers and there was a .ense feeling throughout. The chair- man iwas hissed when he became em- phatic. In his criticisms of the Mother Country and Mr. CrawforJ was re- ceived iwllh. scant_ applause. The earlier part his address was of.an hiatorical and non-controversial character but when he ventured 011 a criticism-of England as. nn autocracy in' spite of the George Morrison, ex-president of the G. W. V. A. jump- ed'to'hls feet and gave him a direct contradiction-to the cheers of-a con- siderable part of the audience. From then on the meeting was a scene of great disorder with several of the asking questions of the speaker and .when the chairman finally brought tne meeting to a close with the singing of "O Canada" some- one in the'audience, started "God Save the' King" arid the .whole audience soon joined j In, singing the national antheni. 'Mr. Crawford's friends, however, or ganized a demonstration for him am three 'cheers were heard when a con by' F. Stewart, on behalf ot tho j Canadian' Manufacturers" association i at the inquiry of the TarlCf Comrnis-; s'on which opened a three-day .ses- sion here .this morning under tue chairmanship of Sir Henry Urayton, finance minister." He showed how in 1500 there werS S32 plants hero as compared with 2150 In 191S. the capl- la! Investment !n manufacturing eri- terprfeeS Jumping from to in the same period. Wages, he were six times greater I n 1918 than In thq first year of the cen- Tno. value of goods' in 1918 wasi JG3S.979.95G as com- pared with only in 1900. The-employe'es-and the dependents supported by the manufacaring enter- prises hero equalled In number the en- tire population of Alberla. Wr. Stewart .combatted the' argu- ment that Canada was top-heavy with manufacturing, contending that its agricultural production was In excess of the requirements pf tho people, and while Canada was under tlie necessity of finding markets tor its farm pro- duce it annually paid n huge bill to outsiders' for goods im- ported. ..From, this he argued that there was urgent need for a greater amount of manufacturing in Canada. By.LStlll further building up the pro- food and neglecting to build up nii industrial population to absorb' surplus agricultural production the country was placing itself under an increasing dependence upon foreign buyers of grain, Foreign markets might be lost by embargoes, protec- tive tariffs or" transportation' difficul- ties, but-a hoine: market was certain and dependable. Mr. Stewart reminded tho commis- sion that recently western farmers tie prke of wheat, while complaints had becu heard in Quebec, where the firmer could sell in such, markets as wero provijed by the big cities of Montreal and Quebec City. Only a small part of the agri cultural produrtion of Quebec' was ex ported. v Mr. Stowirt contended that Cana- dian manufacturers had not taken ad vantage of the-tariff to mark prices on their goods as high as possible and clalmfd that investigation would show that the selling prices' of pro- ducts made In this country would show that they are Invariably based on coat of production. A brief submitted on behalf of the manufacturers of musical instruments ATTORNEY-GENERAL GUTS OUT THE SUB-JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LACOMBE EDMONTON, The udiclal district of Lacombe has been by the and the territory heretofore Included with- it its bound? has been re-distributed o the Wetuklwln arid Red Deer jud- icial districts. Tho', northern tovru- Ehlps.'witn Ponoia is their chief :re, will anil in- HJ hoitl ofllci for seven ycars; BULLER IS FORMER C.P.R. TRAINMAN MOOSE JAW, Nov. Buller, who Is wanted In Winni- peg In connection with the shoot' ing of Detective McCurdy and the wounding of-tyro other detec- tives, IS well known here, having workttl for C.P.R. as a train- man on the day run to Saskatoon. Local police have been Instructed to arrest Buller on'" Mrs. Tiibean" Says It Really Astonishing the Way Tanlac .Built Her Up "Tanlac Ims helped mo BO- much that my friends anil neighbors say 1 ilon't look like the same woman of n few weeks ago." said Mrs. Ada Til- bean, of 480 Young St., .Winninpeg, Man. "About five years nt-o my health almost gave way completely. My nppe tile Vj-ns so poor that. even tho smell of me and I just had to forco myself to cat enough to keep body and soul together. The little I did 'manage lo cat caused a heavy, depressed feeling in the pit of my slomach nnd bloated mo tip with sour gns which caused my heart to palpi lain 'dreadfully, find -ireqii.nntly at night I woulit just have to sit 'tip In betl anil gasp for breath. tp were trampled to death in a mad rush ollowjng a false alarm of fire. The.police department" to 11 iiiovie houses that the ordinance would he strictly enforced and'viola- ions would be vigdrous.ly prosecuted. Bernard Weinberg' nnd Max Schwartz, the Catherine heatrc, and Joseph; Polivani, jani- or, were arrested after tho. tragedy ast night charged with manslaughter. Sarly today the charge.was. changed lr> criminal neglect anil held without bail for arraignment. this afternoon. Most ot the 12 other children, seri- ously injured when older children, men and women knocked tliern in their scramble toward .the exits, were said to be in a critical condi- tion today. While no further deaths had .resulted, it was said arbospltals where they were taken that some of them probably would die. panic occurred when some of tbp patrons, noticing the curling shadows cast on tho screen and catch- ing the odor of yelled' "Fire" and dashed for the exits. -The Birioke was'causeil by the janitor in starting a fire in the furnace, In'the confusion' that-followed scores of 'children were hurled to the floor and trampled upon. RAYMOND VETERANS HAD SMOKER ON ARMISTICE DAY (From Otfr Own CorfeRpoudent) lUifMO.ND, Nov.. Day was appropriately observed in Raymond by the returned men ot tho Imperial forces-nml'those of the allied nations. A smok- er was held in tho liaytndnd" Hotel at- tended by some of: tho local hoys who did tbelr bit Id tho great war. Tho re-union was a happy one. Angus McLean, of tho Imperial forces In Franco and India, a member of the Hank ot Montreal staff, fllled the onerous position of toast- master in creditable style. With ills ready wit he kept things moving, llcrt Mitchell and Sydney. Reeves as- sisted materially In putting over the affair. One of tho most applauded ef- forts of (he program was the reading by Leo Drewerlon of Qeorgo Cohan's famous baseball poem, "Casey at the. Hat." Mr. Hrewerton, Who Is an ac- complished reader, made the' much- loved sport ballad live In (ho inlnds of hfs hearers. In memory of Ihe. local tads who will never return, a silent toast-was drunk.. Other (pasla were those to tbo King, VnoDomlnlon-nnd the Allies. In tho Knight Academy gymnasium on Armistice night a dance was held commemorative of that .great'event. C.C.M. heat treatment eivca glaH-haod running edge combined with a tough core which makes bladf3 practically-'unbreakable. Heavily nickel-plated over copper to prevent rust, Made in CfitaJa Uted by The famous "FALCONS" who won the Olympk Amateur Hockty World's Championship at Antwerp last Aie ciception nyH 'Automobile Skates. The entire'American, Olympic Team, -of Jecond were.also equipped With'Autombbliit'Gkatca, Made of Special Auf omoblle Steels "For five long years I. suffered im told ngony from mvftil pains In my left side, and at one llmo I was !r tlio liospiital for six weeks Tnt on my back. I was left in such n weak condition thai 1 could hardly ilrag olio foot after the other' and It was an Impossibility for me to even sweep Cut a room. upon the recommendation ot one of my friends I began taking Tnnlac, and iho way it has helped mo han been nothing less tlian aston- lahlnf. Slneo taking five bottles I can. sit down to the table anil eat n good hearty meal without suffering n particle from indigestion, gas pal- lillatlon or shortness of breath. Those nwfnl pains havo entirely dbappcared from my I've gained ten pounds In weight. I am now feeling (is well as I ever did In my lifo and just cnn't help praising Tnnlac to the skies." Tanlao la sold in hclhbriijge by .7, D. Hlglnnotiute A Co., Limited, Drug, rushing train to watch A. freight train jlsts, >isn'on (ho easlbouni track, C, N, R, EMPLOYEES 'KILLED MONCTON, Oeo. Geddcs and Robert Gamble, employees of Iho'Canadian National lUilways, were Inslanlly killed'yesterday after- noon by the westbound. Ocean Limited when they front of the on- The Family Smoke 1LD CHUM" is a family friend. Grandfathers, Fathers and Sons have been smoking it for yean an4 years. During this half -century. "OLD CHUM" has grown steadily in popularity and favour. Every pipe smoker appreciates "OLD CHUM" choice Virginia Flake Cut by experts- stored away'unlil the perfetf tobacco taite and mellow' flavour are fully developed. It is this dependable, constant "quality, maintained for years, which has made "OLD CHUM" the chum of all pipe smokers in Canada.