Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBE.lt 17, 1920 THE LETHHRI1JUE PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS LETHBRIOGE GRAIN PRICES November Lelhbridge grain prices on vragou load lots today ttre Wheat.....................J1.57 Oats .37 Ilye....................... 1.15 Klai 1.91 Winnipeg Grain Market WINNIPEG, Nov. wheiit December...... -May November....... DecemX-oi-...... May November...... December market showed some advances early j May in tho session and prices' dropped off 3 cents from the high marks. I Xovember....... Offerings are fairly high and many I December farmers selling their, cash.wheatjjjay...... held Inslpro and buying Iho May. The, j switching, of hedges into May caused November s. 'the prices "vl December. and Slay to j December .be equal during most of todays uiun. 'There was a continued good.de- mand for.all grades of.cash wheat at uiH'hiijiged premiums to better. The demand Is for both export Iradu. 'flic course grniu markets were also wciifcer today. The cash 'demand for oa.tav.-as fnir1 for ottering wero Increasing aud spreads SOS 57U 106 00 231 231 242 210 5S% 00% GO1, 100 SS SS 231 '210 172ii Cash Prices No. 1 Nqrl..2UU No. 2 Nur..'.209yi No. a No. -4 Nor...202 No. 5 I'lSS Ka. C Nor..-.iS3 Track, Manitoba, Saskatchewan .190 and' Alberta No. 2 C.W... Cl'J No. 3 Hitra No. 1 feed. closed Si to Ic lower; 1 Feed... Ko. 2 Feed.. 1-U1'louver: barley S to 2V. L' to lower and ryo Q'.iotiitions' oucu.- close. Track No. C.W... 104 Feed.......... Track No. 4 9J ..............SO t aids to A good looks, sound teeth eager appetite and digestion are N. W..C. v'o. 3 C.W...337 Xo.'S C.W .....191 Track RYE- NO. 2 0. W.....................1C! Calgary Livestock CAIJBAKY. .Nov. slow market today up (ill noou wllli lealers hoping for a belter demand ftter In the1 uay. ileccipts were: Cattle 1318; calves 147; hogs 50; sheep 545. Butcher steers topped at medium, (o good J6.50 to to Cows, medium to good ji.00'16 16.00; common SI.OO to Helfera, medium til good 55.00 to Bulls, good }4.0ft to 5425. Stochers, medtarn to good J5.00 to Feeders, medium to good 15.50 to common to Calves, good to Ewes 156 averaging 111 pounds ?7.2a; SI averaging 120, Wethers, 11 averaging 110. ?S.50; 61 averaging 9i, four lambs averaging -105, J10.50; 32 lambs averaging 02, 14 averaging 74, No hogs were sold, commission men asking packers bidding for selects off cars. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Nov. (Dominion 3.000 cattle, 170 hogs and 523 sheep- Trading jDitUho cattle market was extremely slow and draggy. The bulk of offerings' aro showing very poor with buy- ers -holding off from'this class. A few; sales completed this, morning looked to be weaker from the previous clpse. Sheep and lamb market was fairly 'active.. Best lambs 55.50; good mut- i ton Blieep ?5 to Packers were Milling ?13 for. the :op of select hogs, but some sales were made jit to for more common kind. Bar Silver NEW'.YORK, Nov. silver 03 1-2; foreign 78 3-4. Sterling Exchange NEW.YORK, Nov. ex- change strong; demand cables 3-4 Canadian dollars 10 7-S per cent, discount. Montreal Stocks I MONTREAL, local stock exchange v.'as dull during the early trading this morning vithVrices ranging around 'yesterday's close. At- lantic Sugar was steady at 25. Hlor- don lost a hall point to 155 1-2.- TorontoTLivestock TORONTO. Nov. Cattle, receipts 1659.' But- cher choice. to Calves, receipts 174. Choice veal foi'.top. Sheep, receipts .Bulk of to Hogs, receipts' Packers are trying to cut hogs another dollar but It Is doubtful If they will have any success, s Montreal Livestock MONTREAL, Nov. 390. Near- ly all tho cattle offered were canners and bulls and were sold for for. can- ners and ligbt bulls, receipts 70. Good veal Until He Took "F TtieFniit Medicine K. R. No. 1. LOSME, OST. "For over three I irss confined to bed with Kkeunutiim. I treated with doctors, and tried nearly eTerj-thlnf beacfit. I tried I fW pain was wslcf and the swelling started to go doxa I continued takinj this frail me- dicine, imp'roting all tho time, and' cow I eaa walk about tiro miles and do light chores about the ALEXAXDP.K MOXRO. 60o, boi, 6 for trial siia 25o. At idl dealers or ncnt iwstpaid bj o JIM WEIR-TO SUPPORT MEtGHEN Nationalists Attacked Unionist Quarters- Presbyterian School Bombarded With Stones 175, were followed a material set around.- The'u followed rally.- Oats were governed by the actlo of other, opening unchangc to 1 14c lower-and continuing weak Chicago Futures CHICAGO, Nov. cash 3 red 213U; No. 1 ban to 198. 2 mixed St to Stti; No 2 yellow 8fi to i'whitc 52K; No. 3 white 30Vi' to 52. Close Futures 184V4; March 172vi. 7Z; Hay May 517J. New York Stocks NEW 17.-1-ClosIng sales U.S. U.S. Steel preferred HAt'JWAKKET (Prices furnUhe'd by Farm Products Ltd.) Timothy No. .1 134 No 1 Mixed Timothy and Al- falfa 30.00 1 87.00 iiKLVAST, No'r. eii riot- ing broke out lu Belfast this morning when Nationalists In the New Loto road district attacked the- UniouUt quarters with sloues. They were jeatcu off by women at the Brat onset, but returned firing revolvers, and soon were masters of the- thorough- tare. An attempt was mado to enter the Duncairn Preebyterian school, but doors had been fastened so the crowd contented itself with smash- ing (lie windows; a process which was repeated-on many, liouses along the line of advance; The polico-.weroCrushed np and'af- ter an oxcitiug'20' minutes restored order. The Torouio Telegram cor- respondent travelling with Premier Meighen announces that Jas. Weir; M.P.P.. for Nan- .toii who was elected by the Non-Partisan League In 1917, and who la also an ex-vice-presi- dent of tho U.F.A. proposes to support the National Liberal and Conservative liarty. A BUILDING TONIC To those of delicate con- stitution, young- or old, ScottsEmulskHi is nourishment and, tonic that builds up the whole body., c. Toronto. (Prices' Coaldale. "cats or n Bnto Gives Opinion Of l Calves to She'eii; 'receipts. 350. Hogs, receipts 254. .Market lirm. OK car selects S17. Chicago Grain Markets WASHINGTON, Nov.' Brit ish embassy .today, notified the com mlttee oE one hundred investigating Curtailment Of Production In U. S. Continues BOSTON, Nov. ol iroduction which began some months go in'Ncn- England textile' indus- ries employing. SOOiOOO operatives has iaw ubiul where the total iiitput is less than "one-halt that ot me year ago.-accord'iiig to estimates nade from a canvass today of the greafmlll In some. Instances he curtailment runs as SO per cent. 'A fen'mills'hare shut domi entire- y. 'The.majority haive adopted a vorking .scheduls' of'Ihreo nr four days a week. Thus'far only isolated announce- ments of'wage'reductions have ap- peared-and those .have been, for the nost part, mills where op- eratives have been presented the choice of a 10 per cent, wago cut, or a shut down. In New Bedford, the centra ot tho fine cotton goods'trade, where- there are operatives, the present cur- tailment Is reported moro stringent than at any time since 1907, the pro ductlon being estimated at. between 30 and 40 per cent, of normal.' An UncQuthiDoctor is Seldom a Success The same applies to one is careless in his personal appearance. There are some clever men whfo are neglectful in this respect; but they are an exception. A doctor's clothes and way of wear- ing them is, what will first impreBS, Fashion-Craft Clothes are ideal for the professional man of all ages. 500 shops in Canada sell them. Sold locally LETHBRIDGE. Jt did not approve to be served or the be. in 3 i the to begin Jhere tomorrow and thSt therefore It could not accept the committee's in- CHICAGO, Nov. under- vllaUon to be represented.. went .1 setback In prico: tod ay largely bassy's reply addressed to Oswald as. a result ot aggressive' selling on Garrison Villard, editor: of The Na- ijon, who appointed the committee, declared the.only outcome of tho.-.ia-. SEALED TIGHT- KEPT RICH? "part of speculators. The selling appeared'to bo .based on bullish fac- ors, which had been well discounted by recent upturns. Declines, however, metiwlth rather persistent commis- sion hoiiss .buying. Individual' que- stion wh'ch varied from 1 l-4c lower i-ia advance, December 187 1-2 to 1S7, and March 170 1-2 to quiry would be to propaganda and that there was ilojtilng in the composition ot the committee itself to re'mbve from it the idea that, it waa not impartial or prejudiced In advance. leAn Gen. Honorary General OTTAWA, Nov. Canadian Lord Byisg of Vlmy, ir.ar.flsr of tha-CanidisuLCcrps on he-western front for more than" a and famous as the leader' of the Canadians during the historic battle of Vimy ntdge, in April and May, 1917, ms been appointed an gen- eral .in the Canadian niilltla. The ap- pointment has been made by order-in- council, in recognition of the services renderetl Lord Byng to Canada and .he .Canadian .corps during the period when it was under his command. Lord Jiyng has been mentioned as a possible choice for tho next gbvernor-general. -There IB no doubt that the honorary appointment of Lord fiyng will meet with tho hcarly approval .pfitfie men who served under lilirt Ihrou'eh sbmo ol the hardest actlons'of tha war. o CHEWING TOBACCO CanacJa'8 standard since 1858 DONT MENTION THE JRIStt QUESTION .N, Nov. As foclalcd sinking fenlnro of tho WreWn bye-elecilon, whuro General Townshcnd, vrljo' comluclcd tho defonse of Is flying tho Indc psnilent banner of in the utter absence 6f rcfctence lo the- Irish question. The contest Is be ing- conducted In ,1 spirited'style bj General Townshcnd and his labor dp poi.ciit. Tho chief value of tho elen -lion-will-bo Us test of the presen labor strength in a rhlxod consilluoncj wfth a largo but no overwhelming In Oeneral TownshemI ap pearcd popular amonff tha women voi ers, who number 1S.OOO and also with cx-scrvlcc men. PRISONERS ESCAPE FRfJM AtBERTA JAIL Nov. S o'clock on Tuesday, efcnlng two pri- soners escaped from the provincial jail at.Fort to Information received by Inspector if B. Piper nil. provincial police head- quarters last night shortly after Ihc Ja.ll breaking occurred. Thft aro Daniel 0. MclJonatd ahd Wnl. Claude Hcylc. Both1 were Hriilergolng SIM- traces of one year's Iniprlsonment. are beginning to slump 1 said to the face in the mirror." enormous strain of the war I years had had its Effects on mo as on many thousands of men and. women throughout the land. "The excitement of business emer- gencies kept, me so busy that I did not notice that I was losing out until one day when looking in a mirror I suddenly real- ized my condition. I could a'ec then that I (was rapidly approaching a nervoils' breakdown. "About that time a friend of mine told me about what a large proportion of life insurance applications were being turned down because of physical disabilities re- sulting from the tense nervous strain of recent years. "What was 1 to do? "Well, my wife had noticed me being nervous and worried and had been at me for some time to use Dr. Chase's Nerve Food. VI had always been'pretty well and had not much faith'in medicine, but since I realized the serious condition of my sys- tern I decided to give it a try-out. "During the first week I could not see much improvement, and was getting rather could hot sleep, and had no appetite. Everything worried me so. that 1 was continually nervous and irritable. But my wife saw to it that I did n6t miss my regular dose of. Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, and by the second week I began to sleep better and to more cheerful. "From.that time on this treatment seemed to build me right up. Of course I had a bad day occasionally when t felt down-hearted, aitd irritable, biit that goes with nervous 1'could see that the progress -was, upward toward better health. "I know now that Dr. Chase's Nervs Food saved mefrprn.a nervous breakdown. I used to think it was more for women, but now I can vouch for-it as a nerve restorative for men as well as women. "There must be many thousands of) men and women in tnis country who art' in just such a serious condition as I and who can benefit by my experience. Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, 50c a box, all Edmanson, Bate's Co., Ltd., Toronto, Be sure xo look for the portrait of A. Chase, M.D., on the ibox you buy.