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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVEMBEK 18, 1920, 1 'i. THE LETHBRIDGETJAILY PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS .t____ UETHBRIDGE GRAIN. PRICES I thing worth mentioning I" Wheat..................-.11.51 Oats....................... .32 Hurley............s.........63 Has....................... 1.89 Winnipeg Grain Market WINNIPEG, Nov. future market for" wheat continued weak again today, whlie the cash demand was still good "for both domestic and mpo'rt inquiry, wllli shippers finding it very difficult to secure slocks to nil tonnage. A feature ot Urn market Is ths I set that farmers; are continuing la grain., thus i_crca.UoE .an abnormal coSdl.tlon'In the flearby_ posl- lio'iiX Local wheat tulures broke jbout tour cents during the day.' f The coaree grains were weaker :tcr day the vhMLmarj- ket, barley showing the largest de-j cllne, 3 1-3 tb'Cc lower.: r -November, wheaf. closed 4c lower; December 3 3-c. lower and.May 3 l-2fl down; lotfer, December 1 3-8c lower'and May lower; November barleyiGc lower; pe-r comber 3 l-2c .down .3 flax 2 l-2c.lowe'r for November'and De- .cember and'3c lower for. Mayi rye 2 l-2c November and 2c low- er for December'' Quotations: during the by Abitlbl at 57 i 'Phis issue closed a1 57 3-4 last night and opened at the former figure this morning, later, how- ever, rising a lialf point to 57 1-2. At- lantic Sugar lost a halt point over- Bight to til 1-2.' Chicago Futures CHICAGO, Nov. cash: 1 fie. 1 mixed 1SB. mixed SO to 81; No. 2 yellow to S3.: 2 white to No. 3 whltMSii to r 'close March ;May 74it.: May 51. Chicago :Graln- Market Nov.; prices Prince Made His Eventually on .Way to' Geneva SEEK PROSECUTION i .OFi'StlGAiR COMPANIES WASHINGTON, fo? 250 wholesale grocery companies In'New Engijind., 4New York, Pennsyl- vania. Delaware and Maryland yestti- day prcseniei'arguiueuts to Attorney-' Geijeral ia support of their petition asking thatThe American and Franklin Sugar Refining compares so prosecuted "fb? violations of war-time food price control .legislation. The grpcere asserted that I ho re Oners forced them" to sign contracts to buy ugar at 2254' centra pounij for fall, elivcry, ''aud'conipelled the eonsum- fg pabllp to pay. an eicessivo price ni'ahy millions ot dol- irs for ingar "during the past six lombs." rallied today after.' a decline at the outset. a'iatgo.ainquut of 'eiport.. 'yes- terday 'the seaboard was thb; thief bullish fa'cUpy whereas bearish finan- cial and; economic, conditions were ascribed for the Initial WHEAT---'. December May November December Weakness.' GENEVA, Nov. report ot the council of the of Nation? was again before the assembly of the league for consideration at today's session, as the election of-six vice-presidents, who with the chajr- men _of the. six ;comniis- comprise the'Bureau or exe- cutive committee of that .body, No announcement of 'speakers .had-bsen made bat (ho-character of the subject under discussion opened..the.way fo'r anyone with' something to ray to lake the floor and say thus holding oul the possibility of extended debate ranging over the entire scope of the --_ ,u ,_..._, ranged frbni to 2c lovvef, with -Dec- quotations, jvhicn I league's activities. 'ember '183 to arid'' March' 111' to ve'ra'folio wed material fiir- Iher and then- by "sharp up': v Open. Close, turns. .--.Oafs were unchanged tb'y'lo %c down; May and keeping within V narrow range. Calgary.Livestock receipts 55% ihe stockyards Cattle GO' calves03; hogs sheep 702. The secretariat of the assembly was notified, today that Prince Arfa Ed-Dovdeh, head of iue Persian, dele gatioh tO'tho assembly had met will November December May November IJecember May ..November December 230 223 240 '237 170' 1G3 Cash'iPrlces I- No: i' Nor..'.20715' Nor...20GVJ No. No. 4 Nor...19? No. a No. 6 i.....178- Manitoba'; Saskatchewan ati d: Alberta -i Xr7; 2 C.W... 59 No. 3 C.W... 3ix. No. 1 feed No. 1 feed.. S Ti-ack....... BAH LEY- NO. 3 C.W... 831s No. 4 90 Rejected 76 ''Track S3 No. 1 N.W.C. No. 3 thrilling adventure end for hig secretary. with a tragic calves 05; hogs sheep 702.' active, 95' 3250 poutids inaile -to steera averaged-1031-pounds 84V. j44 steers" averaging 1261, 58.00; ined- linn "to good steers' J7.00. to 22514'-15 heifers averaging 049." medi- "u'ni 'to to 'JQ.OO: Cows, medium to good to J5.00; com- mon fl.OO to Uood'blllls to good. stpbker's'JMo; feeders I'omnion 55.00-to 5G.OO; clioice calves to good 57.50. Ijimbs, -good ewes Select .oft cars sold at -.-.--ir-v iv--" J It .Winnipeg 'Livestock -WINNIPEG, tNov. (Dmulnjon 4040 cattle, 970 hogs and G70 sheep.' Biddiiig on good 5414! quality billehers and feeders was gen- Nov 2 crally in line with yesterday's close, but in'betiyeen stuff .was slow ami draggy with prices-sbpwing-a decline of :25 "cents. Top sales .included 55 heavy steers. averaging 12SO which' changed hands at butcher .22814 I steers to -fair lo good No.'3 to to Condemned i......lSSi.i .butcher cqweijchoice, lo Track sobd iheavy feeder steers ?r.OO In 58.00; good slockcr steers lo .............-1C2 I -While the delegation was on ils.way to "Geneva from Teheran, the Persian capital, between Shiraz and Ishpalian tho prince was captured, by a robhc band. The robbers seize'd tho paper and secretary. prince made his escape and the author ities eventually --captured- the ban and-restored The pfinc is continuing his-.journey and sen word that he hoped to arrive in .Gen ova shortly. In spite qf the thrusts .which ha aeen-directed; it them yesterday ;b Delegate Mlllen of Australia, for the lack of promptness, wer again tardy iii assembling today, ICE Lhait half, of their number being pre Cat for Nation Urged in Retaliation for Abnor- Deflation 9l Price of Farni Products was urged in a call sent out to da; the National Farmers' Union to it! sent opening hour: These were collected in, groups about VhV h'ali, KANSAS CITY, Nov. na produ'Wrs' strike lo combai the' JalliDK- prices of farm products .....y by ,s lo- cal the country. .The, proposed .strike .was urged, in retaliation for what the convention considered--.-abnormal deflation in price's of farm products, through which, it was assorted the farmers of (he United Stales have been robbed of cine'billion dollars iii reduced value of pro3uct8.cow'on1.hand. All -fanners were urged to'hold.this year's produc- Markets until "profit- making restored. .fhe-action Farmers' Union'- in Jine" witli a "wheat strike" called, several weeks ago Growers'-assGtiiation of the United. States.'..--'DelegateS asserted a considerable quantity f! this year's was being held market by the same ricVi, lull flavored tea. You probably buy Red Roie Tea in the package with the green the blue label which sells at a trifle more but is richer In strength and flavor. Sold only in the sealed air-tight Red Rose Carton.' Rose Coffee'is Great Britain Must Be Satisfied commenting, animatedly ;on.yester- day's "committee elections, in which the Latin countries' captured nine out of the'-'totat of 12 chairman and vice- chairmen. Early in the session today on mo- tion of Tomasso Tittonl of llaly, Motta, president ot the Swiss confederation, was elected hon- orary president-of-the-Qrst assembly of the.Ieague.: A 'conference of represenativea of all fanner iorganizallons of the Unit- ed States-'was called to mee.t in St. to consider the creation ot a nafional tflrm marketing board." That Soviet Undertaking is Carried .Out T BUYS STEERS TO. FEED AT SKIFF, (From Our Own Correspondent) SKIFF, Nov. Herb. Robin- son left for Ottawa.'on Saturday. He expects to return In tho spring. The final tbredhing operations In this district has been delayed owing to the squally weather. .'Three, or four, days should sea it finished. Wm. Demers returned from Leth- bridge with his little'.daughter Semen, on Tuesday. She'has be en'suffering from infiamatorj-rhmimatlsm.this last LONDON, Nov. Lloyd two weeks. Edmund Is at present IMMASSOFS1EEL One "Man at Least Killed in Dis- aster at Indian- UYUr No. 2 C. 4Montreal Stocks JIONTitEAU X'ov. Sheep iind lambs firm. .Good lambs nuittbn sheep Hogs declined 25 cenls, selects" New York Stocks NEW YORK, Nov. Closing sales C.P.R. U.S. 'Steel SOT4; U.S. Steel preferred Bar Silver NEW YORK, Nov. Bar sliver, domestic: foreign 78. "Sterling' Exchange ,-NBW-YORK, Nov. Sterling ex- change demand cables 53.-1S. Canadian-dollar's lOjl to jii cent, discount. Chairman Advance Raje For Carrj'ing Liquor-Foiir Times t f lirn Is hed h v Faria Pro il ucls iLtd.) Timothy No. .1 <34 NoV'l Mlied TInothy and Al- falfa i 30.00 No. 1 Alfalfa (Prlce.s f.o.b. .'cars Lethbridga or Coaldale. tHe-Children to Save Habita are acquired early in life. 'Children, who are taughtthie value of money :-Bnd the habit of saving, grow up into good business men and capable )yqmen. v TheeasieBt-waytoteafchcnildrentosave. is to start a Savings Account for child each ia After a child has saveaanother dollar to make' deposit, ha or she will have a better appre- elation of jtist what a dollar stands for, and how much work wifiself MCRCMANTS BANK OF CANADA LtlHBRlUUt. JJKAWCII, CALGAT.Y STOCK YARDS 'j1 "IBraucKtaatio N. B'., wholo" express system isv nounced Hon. F. B. Can'cll-, chairman of the Hallway1 "to day opened a s'DHsIon he're'to'hear arguments for dud against al Wgr'ant the-express companies'a forty per cent, increase in rates. Continuing lfr.: Carye'll remarked. "Express business has'doycloned Ihti fast freight oil passenger trains. 1. is about time we viewed the sitnVtion squarely. Most of the time tho -'train are late It is'due to unloading frelgh from passenger trains." Mr. Carvel] had just heard rc'uresen Inlions from the St. John B'oa'rd 'o TraSe, B. Armsirpiif reading a letters from" the Merbh'antb association, asking that the; expres companies' distribution rales' maritime provinces be allo'wei .t stand so far as fruit was concealed. Mr. Carvell said he knew that.ffni and liquor came by express trains an he had been often delayed by the ui loading ,of. "fruit and 1arly-liquor.'. "Raise the faleg on said" voice. Mr. Carroll expressed the opinlo that it should be put up (pur limes. HeadOrTiiJ.ei.Mcntreal. lETHBRIDOEftRANCll, Established 1884. R. J. DINNING, W. T. KOFKIRK.Muisu. DISCOUNT FACILITIES This Bank is prepared to mate advances to 1 Individuals, partnerships and companies against approved trade paper on favorable terms. notyhesitate to discusg with us thft requireiricats of 'your business. SM THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE CAPITAL RESERVE FUND LETHBR1DGB BHANOE-K. W. llcikit. FEDERATION OF QUESTION OI'V UNEMPLQYItfEN WASIlINCiTON, Nov. (in increasingly serious problem of in employment In a ft. conditions contributing lo 11 tlio exc c-utive- council .o[ Hie American eration of continuod Its se sions liorn today looking lo (lie fo matlon ot a policy of action to anfi guard Interests In tho preson industrial situation. While threats of radical clcmonls io imdcrmlno conservative leadership in Iho organized Jabor movement are umlcrslood lo havp, been tlic primary concern of .Ilia executive council in convening last week, its attention has boon moro and more' claimed -during, the seBSic-us by Ihe increase in un? employmefit conseqiicnt .upon Indus- trial rc-adjiislment., NOT-PROPOSING THAT ENTER STOCKHOLM, .Nov. spanslble Swedish politicians deny that Sweden Infends at Geneva to propose that shall be admitted to the ueague 6f Nations. It Is Teamed also that neither Denmark nor Norway will take such L ,_ _ iELLEVUE'S NEW SCHOOL LLSQON BE READY (From -Novl: Wheel' r .is getting; tUe.finew-wing-to the cb'bol' ready" in ;anhurry and it Is the-first ot 10 year. -Tho.lnembers 'local No. perution ot the citizen's .of -liellevuo o see .if they-'can-arrange r Christmas'treo'i some time aboul )ec. ,20tb, so that Santa :Claiis isit every chil'd in cainp up :to 14 ears ot age. At the meeting -on Tuesday even ng there were sonie oommitte'eB lap- 'OintetV-lo take the matter in ham nd slice what could be done in the way-of raising the necessary "funds aiid there is to be, a nieeting in the near, future to receive