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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY EtftALD ------PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS A i LETHBRIOGB CHAIN PRICES Lethhiidte f rain wagcn load lota today are: .38 Kye...................'.... 1-tS flax....................... 1-91 Calfiry Uveitoek CALGARY, NOT, cattle market wai again doll today, the re- fen: Cattle calves 47; hogs 14; kotcker steers medium to food fl.U to common to H.S4; hellers to {6.04; COOTI, medium to good to commoB M-50 to JS.OO; good boIU to 'atockers 34-60 'to' medium to good to common 14.55 to good cahei ?7.00 to 70 ewes .averaging 117 pounds Hogs, selects off Markats WINNIPEG, NOT. strength developed during the morn- ing and prices advanced to .So to tho high of. the morning, 'From the high around 11 o'clock prices receded somewhat. The pit offerings .were very a tlghlnesa, there being a.good demand from shippers for November.: -There 'was constder- able hedging, sales being transferred from November So December and May The casb-.demand was fair .to Indiff erent. Some new export buslneti was reported with offerings on a more lib eral .scale. Oat-values' 'stowed little :cha fluctuating about Ic iu sympathy with wheat. good cash demand for .all: increas ed Barley'.-and. flax, offer Ings were the demand was In different' T. Wheat- higher to un changed, oats to Ic higher; barley Ic lower, to higher; flax lower to ttgheV and rye 3 to 5i higher; v Quotations'; Opm. Close November 208 210k 194% 194? 59% ,60 December 56% 57V 61% 61T November i. 109 .December......... 90 v 90V May.... -.1.'. 90: November 232 23S December 231 2S1 241 243 November 175% 175 December 166 16S Cash Prices No. 1 No. 2' Nor...210 I'ft-iNo. 3 No. 4 Nor...202 No. .5 No.. 6 Nor.. .182% Track, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta..................206 No. 3 C.W... 59 5S No. 2 52 No. C.W... C49J No. 1 feed No. 1 Feed.. 651i Track ices remain steady. Butcher eers, choice Jll.CO to {12.00.. Calves, receipts 1CS. Kiriet steady a unchanged, top Sheep, receipts 1871. Lamb market nsetlled but only 25 ceats wcr. Generally (13.00. Hogs.' receipts Market itrobg- to for (M and Mater- Chicago Grata CHICAGO, NOY. strength eveloped lu the wkeat market today ving more or leu to Indications of uropeau buying' orernight. presum- lily of Canadian wheat. Dullish senti- ent was also.attmulateii by the scar- ty ot cash grain here. Bealde; conn- y were Itcht. Opcalng uotations which ranged from Vi ,to 3c Jgher, with Pcpember 185 to 18054 nd March 171 to were follow- d by a moderate reaction and then by ewuiKurna......' Oats followed the action of other starting at M to %c higher, lay to K, then declining some- hat and later going op grade once more. Stirling Exchange NJ3W YORK, ex tiauge stioog. Demand, cables 3.40K, Canadian "doUars 10% per discount Bar Silver NEW YORK, Nov. stiver omestic, JJ14; Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, NOT. Livestock today 1460 cattle and 240 hogs. Trad ng WOE a shade more -active .with tost gradee and classes selling a teady prices. Fair to. good'hutche teera'weighed u'p from ,7.00 to S.OO; holes butcher heifers 650 to 7.50; OWE 6.00 to 7.00; feeder steers .00 to 8.00. Balk stackers, and feeder teers 4.50 to 6.50. .The hog market pperJed irlth a tone, quotations declining 50 selects, changing .'bands at 16.00. UAV "ttoAWflT1 X1AI HI.An.AJV 1 (Prices furntahed by" Sltm Ptdihcti Ltd.) Timothy No. 1 No. 1 Hixed TlmotSy and.Al- falfa......... No. .1 Alfalfa 1 (Price? to.b. cars Coaldale. FURTHER DROP IN SUGAR PRICES BY U. S. REFINERIES SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. ed cane sugar declined from 510.60 to (10.00 a hundredweight at the refill- rles here today.-' Refined beet sugar quoted at Cuts at New York NEW YORK, Nov. drop in the price of refined sugar was reg- stered here today, one refinery ti- duclng the Iht price to 9 3-4c. Other firms quoted up to 10 1-2. Retill rices were unchanged. Today's re- luctlon established new low record or the seuou. Drop at Vancouver VANCOUVER, Nov. jugar prices dropped again today, Standard granulated Is now selling at (1.60 per hundred pounds wholesale, drop of }1 from yesterday's quota Ion. Han Wanted In Winnipeg Case Served a Terra SASKATOON, NOT. of T Police George M. of citj-jj with flnllor I ha AIRSHIPS TO LOCATE THE SEAL HERDS ST. JOHNS, Knd., Nov. 16. Furaess liner Dlgby Chambers arrived here from Liverpool yesterday with u large passenger list, which In- oludci awfhanlcs who are to net up which be used next spring for locating the seal herds on the floes of BO.tM) This Province Have a Fine Display at, Chkago Protection Has N Warm Advocates At Montreal MONTREAL, Nov. of textile ant Iron and steel goods and wall pipe appeared before the Tariff Commis- sion meeting In the city hall today and urged that the moderate prolcc lion now enjoyed by these various in dustrles should not be changed. On behalf of a company makiue braids, laces and embroideries; at Coatlcooke, Que., E. F. Tomkins drew attention to the fact that his concern la manufacturing in competition In Canada with 20 other companies. Be- fore the Introduction of tariff protec- tion the Industry existed only iii a small way. Mr. Tomkins submitted samples and prices of the goods manufactured by his company and also similar goods made In the United States. He argued that prices in Canada were not higher as a result of tariff protection. Mr. Tomkins prophesied that if the tariff was taken down the fore'gp pro- ducer would .be able to dump, goods in Canada when his own production was in excess of his own and to discriminate against Canada whenever his home market was suffi- ciently strong to absorb his output- Owing to high duties in other coun- tries the Canadian manufacture could not retaliate. After stating that the.continued de- velopment of the iron and steel in- dustry in Canada was a matter bl national importance and concern, a brief nled'on behalf of this line >b( manufacture' the city and district of Montreal snowed that; need for protection by mentioning that Im- ports of Iron and Its products for the year ended'March 31, 19JO, amountec to A considerable part ot the.imports constituted goods that were not made in the Dominion yet. ;V J. acquainted with Sutler, the man who IE wanlert In connection with the shooting ol tho Winnipeg morality officers. "1 have inywn him tor four-. :een ha said today, "lie used i :o attend all the meets here. I; wouldn't say that he was a very lough charcater although at one time he was sentenced to five years for shooting x Keglna policeman. He was full of 'coke' at the time. Ho Is a snowbiii! aaywiyl He never got In trouble when here." Curley.O'Nell was sentenced to 30 days hard labor for vagrancy in this city In 1316. No records are available of the woman "Saskatoon Nellie." MONS SALUTES THE CANADIAN ARMY Nov. Sir Arthur Currie hat received ths- fpllowirg Armistice Day greeting frcm the burgb'matter of Mons: the second an- niversary, of: -the-" liberation of Moris by your valiant soldiers we ialut< Canadlin arrny and its illustrious chief." CUEBEC WATER SUPPLY SHORT HUEBEC, Nov. city is still ]caTes wJthdut an adequate water supply ow- Shut B. C. Lumber Completely Out Of Eastern Market TORONTO, Ifov. The World says "The- Increase of freight rates has practically 'shut the British Columbia lumber mllla out of the eastern mar- ket. Toronto' .agents of the western mills said that icuthern pine was beat- Ing British Columbia {ir In the Toron- to market now although number ono grade common British Colombia fir was being Quoted here at J50 a thous- and which is to J15 a thousand under the' high. prices bt last spring. The average freight charge on a thous- and fret of lumber from the coast under the new schedule Is 127, which WHEAT PARTICIPATION CERTIFICATES Final Payment It has been announced that Payneat of approximately 18c. pier buihel will begin on the 1Mb of this month. Any Branch of the Bank of Montreal will undertake the collection of your BANK OF MONTREAL (or (he mluan4 MUIB produce ani oilerior service men employed by the Tbo men are demanding 10 hburs'i pay.! for eight' hours' work, while the city insists on arbitration. iljnofattnre of irien'a clothing Is ap- proaching a standstill In New York with 75 per cent, of the worlers Industry Idle. EDMONTON, Nor. Alberta government exhibit at the Chicago in- ternational livestock' show' will leave raany closed-'down. i "The Toronto Inmher market is in a very, quiet; state jnst now 6wing to the Blowing up'of-the building-trade. Lower lumber prices are being quoted by both Ontario and outside lumber concerns." SAYS BASICS COLLECT COMMISSION ON STAMPS EXPORT TRADE Manufacturers contemplating the exten- sion o! trade in .foreign countries are offered the assistance which this Bank's world-wide business connection mikes possible. The experience and facilities 'of a depart- ment of the Bank.de'voted wholly to foreign business are at. your command. MA THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND LETHBBDXJE BHANCH-rX. W. Eeikie, Manner. jr. Trow ern, secretary of the Dominion board of thG-Retail Merchants' association, uf an here yester- day declared that the banks were ob- itainlnga five per cent, commission on [the sate of'luxury, and sales tax stamps. The'banks collect one per cent., Mr. Trowern, said, and bankers' association four per cent- There Is I strong opposition on the part of tho 'retail merchants throughout the Do- rninion. against.1, the luxury tax, Mr. Trowern asserted. Chatham' water commlBslcnera win ask the city council to com- plete the; Improvements at the water- works station. Raisers are now offered a complete marketing and banking service through our new Branch the Cslgary Stock Yards. .'Foil information regarding KTC stock market quotations, etc, furnished by the Manager, by 'mail, telephone, or telegraph, tad "tinus transferred to arid from dmnta" home accounts to expedite their business at the Make the Struck Yards Branch your business white in CaJgiry. A is provided for you. 1 MERCHANTS BANK OF CANADA EttobKthwllBMv o: 3 C.W.. ,112- .103 .Ho. 1 K; W. 0. No. 2 Track NO. 2 o: No. 8 C.W...188 .168 Mew. York 6n Wednesday night In charge of Frank Peteroon O. Atkln-l .sbri, -who.wlU amnge it for display In the space issfjned for the purpose. The exhibit will be chown in the rec- ords building at the entrance to the stock show. A fine colloctiou of grains and grass- roots and vegetables, gypsum, tar sands, salt, and coal has been got together by the agricultural and mines departments of gorernment. The i' samples are the best, it Is sUt- Nov 16 Closih" sales gram samples are me nest, it 11 eS. that have ever been sent in various grades, crude and refined. Fort' McMnrray has contributed the tar. sand and the salt samples and the gypsum comes from the Marlboro dis- trict, west of. Edmonton., CANADA PRODUCED BULK OF WHEAT IN THE PUBLIC ELEVA- TORS CHICAGO 1 hard 2 mixed U to 85; No. 2 yellow white 5214 to GO; No. 3 white 50V4 to 62. Close Futurei 18714; March May 7054- 18Vi; May 52V4. Montreal Stock Market MONTRBAU Nov. local (took exchange was rather dull during the early trading morning and Very few changes from yesterday took place. AbltlM opened at 60, a point above last, night's close. Atlantic, public elevators Is Canidlan grown Sugar was stronger morning, except two thousand bushels, accord- openlngW 25 after closing at 22 and ling to offlctel ilgures mads public then dropping a half point to Z4V4. (here today. The total stock' is only Montreal Livestock bushels and of tbls amount MONTHEAU Nov. (Dominion! 000 bushels ls Canadian. The supply were 4S cars of mix-'decreased biishpis in'the last cd-slock.on the two markets today, week. Tho cattls 'market was slow. I'rices' Lack of accumulation of stocks of about equai to those paid yester- wheat not only hero but at othor west- CHICAGO, Nov. basnet of wheat of contract grade In Chicago ilay, ncarlj'all sales being under Toronto Livestock Nor, ern markets Is general and In this con- nection the present small movement from the hands of farmers attract- Premier of Protests Against Such a Method of Conducting Campaign QUEBEC, NOT. the members of the Quebec Heform Club last night, Premier Taschereau dealt In part with what he termed She en croachrnerits of[ federal authority on provincial rights and also vigorously defended Hon. Mackenzie King against the attacks of Arthur Melghen. The premier contended that the pro- vince was getting from the federa government only the equivalent of two to three per cent, of tho customs and excise duties taken over by the Do-( minion government. When protests i were, made the federal government made grants and lu each instance Im- posed new conditions which were en- croachments on the autonomy of the province. In regard to atLicks npon the war record of the Hon. Mr. King, such, he snlrl. only aroused prejudices which i3tl existed during the war and be irotestdd against this method of con- ducting a political campaign. receipts 915; All Ing special -attention..' f! cj Some say that tea or coffee should not be drunk within four hours of bedtime. But the rule doesn't apply to POSTUM CEREAL Mighty fine flavor-no caffeine -healthful! Cere's a Reason 'SPEND MILLION ON MOTOR BUSSES IS TORONTO PROPOSAL TORONTO, Nov. transportation commission, which It arranging to take over the To- ronto street railway next year, decided to recommend spending a million dollm for motor buts- Previous to the of the transportation commission the city council hid rlidded to buy 26 motor buues to try them out In the lections of the city not carved by ttrfct earn 'f O. B, U. STRIKE !8 BROKEN ------r- NOT. .unskilled labor from the prairie provinces flooding tho Slocatl district, the elrlko Inaugural- ed by the miners of the Ono fi Union last spring Is dc-fln- Itely. broken. Mines havo re- sumed operations and are run- 'f nlng full force, It Is slated. The mills connecfel with the. vanoaa properties arc also op- eratlng. t Q i: The Quality that Wears You and your rubbers have got to be close friends all winter. Whether or not ;you get foot comfort and long wear out of the rubbers, depends on the kind of rubbers you buy. System Rubbers WILL BE EASY AND COMFORTABLE BECAUSE YOU CAN GET THE EXACT SIZE AND SHAPE to fit perfectly every pair of shoes you wear. They will prove a real economy, too, because they have the quality of materials and workmanship that will give long and satisfactory wear. Have all your shoes fitted with shoes as well as new you can use your old shoes for ev'ery-day wear in bad weather. DOMINION RUBBER SYSTEM RUBBERS make shoes waterproof; insure dry feet oh wet days; protect you against catching cold; and prevent you from slipping on wet, icy sidewalks. Go to the shoe store where DOMINION RUBBER SYSTEM RUBBERS are sold and you will find the dealer who wants to give you your money's worth. He believes in quality and service and proves it by carrying DOMINION RUBBER SYSTEM RUBBERS-the sturdy, dependable line that includes shapes and sizes for all shoes for men, women, boys and girls. ;