Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
"t. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY MAKKET UETHBRIOGE GRAIN PRICES Lelhbridge grain prices today di peil. They are: .Wheat Oats....................... -30 '.59 1 1-15 Klai .179 Winnipeg Grain Markets WINNIPEG. Nov. markets bo: cli The with for nearby deliveries are obtained and the converse is true, namely, Jhat sell- ing short on hedging sales tend to de- press the market at .once. j ji Cash wheat was in good demand and premiums were; slightly higher, 'wit'jl' some-.rie'vr business.reported In.small' quantities. Coarse grains all showed marked .declines in sympathy with, wheat. There was little .change cash raarkcl for.coarse grains. I pounds made 110.50: 109 ewes arer- TOP aging 109 wounds GS'ewcs aver- j aging SS ,7.50; hogs made for Bfiiects. Chicago Grain Market CHICAGO. Nov. deliveries of wheat, corn iiiid oats fell today to (he lowest prlces'yet this season. Gen. eral free down values was uaseil largely op the fact SEC.-TREAS. CARNEGE '.ARRESTED' Nor." Treas. Carnegie, of Bassauo, was arrested yesterday owing to" an Alleged shortage 9i "fr umds. The accused Is also sec.-trsas. iot tho-Dassapo hos- i. lower, with pccember'IfS to 179 and .March 16.7 to lOS.hvere followed by a slight rally'and then by'heavy dowa- rf ''.Wheat, to '4Hc lower; oats .154 to 2tjc lower; barley 7 and rye 8 lower. Quotations -s Open. 206 ISO" pE corn, unchanged to l-4c to 50 7-8, scored a little then made a sudden descent. Sterling Exchange ex- change' cables Close. I ,183% 53% November December May November December .v May Novcmber December'.., May...... December May 1G7 December -157% Cash Prices 1 Nor.-..30414 "Xo. -No No. '5 Canadian doliarB 10 7-8 per Lcent. discount. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO.'.Nov. receipts faii-ly'active; mostly 50 cents ower than yesterday's averages; top early pigs, mostly 50 cents lower Cattle, all..-.kinds steady to' strong; hiiylng canner, and cutter cows freely; big 05 230VS 87 70 214 102 150 One Reason Why He Complains About Selling Un-i -der ?2 'a liushel Go To Ottawa On Mission To Get Natural Resources 'WINNIPEG, NOT. action for control of natural re- sources may be brought to hear on :he federal authorities Saskatchewan and Alberts. Following a cabinet meeting today of the provincial were, dispatched to the premiers of Saskatchewan and Alberta, ,-asking them if their governments -wished; to join.a delegation from Manitoba to go to Ottawa with this object in view. A communication was also forward ed the Dominion government request- ing that it 'set some date when the delegation could meet'with the fe" eral authorities lo discuss control tha natural i-cspurces of the prairie1 provinces. The provinces. It is said, Svllj ask rtANNA-M ED. v4AT The Medicine Hat News has received; word-from s Mr. D. IJ. Hauna, (resident of Canadian National Railways, conveying his assurance that a v permanent steel bridge i would. be constructed, this -wlnler, across the lied Deer river, ou the Hanna-Medlcine Hat.line.: THE RIGHT ALBERT ROBERTS CAN GET SOME MONEY 'CALGARY; NOV. Roberts, a returned soldier of Re- glna, recently received a l.etter from England, In which he notified thai-he' had fallen heir to a considerable sum ol money. Al- bert felt that mistake had been made, however, and refuted to make any claim to the logacy. The G. W. V, A. It- now looking for any returned sjldter of the .name of Albert'Roberls, reglmeri- tal rumber 5i3746. or in he should be lucky man for whom li really meant.' Wm.D." Smith, aged 75, who has been postmaster in.Currie for years, died afler a ihort Ulnesa. Louis Levenkron was .'ound by hij wife hanging dead Ui the 'cellar ot his home in Montreal. ______________ pn'oveiiieut oiI hides this .lucreas-1 for direct legislation by the .federal Ing the outlet fo'r low grade prernmcut giving them control of the good corn fed steers scarce aud want-' ed; calves steady. Sheep, fat lambs steady; bulk to 1 Winnipeg' Livestock WINNIPEG, Nov.' -''.cattle, 370 hogs and 460: sheep. Bidding was in line with yesterday's close .on the cat-' tie market tcday. Bulk best heifers and cows ?0-to f7; fair to goojl M.50 to medium butcher steers ?5 to fair to'good to choice No. 4 No.'C Nor.. .174% Tract, 'llanitc'b.v SasHalcliewaii aud Alberta ................T .S254 51% 52% No. 4 C.W.. S2 21714 No. 3 C.W..'.18'2 214 .M50 No. Z C.W.... ..Extra No. N'o. 1 Feed.. 48% No. 2 Feed Track No. 3 C.W... 93 Hejected Traek Jfo. 1 N. W. C. No.-'. CAV...213 Condemned Track............... MO. Bar Silver NEW .YOIllC'Nov. silver domestic foreign 76iJ. Chicago Futures CHICAGO, Nov. futures: 172; March 16314. Close Cash 1 hard-Ul to 182; No. 3 rcd-1'92.'" -V 2 mixed whi't'o" No.- 3 white 1 ii eecler'steers ?7 fair to good 4.75'to stocker steers and heif- fair to good, to ?5. Sheep .and lambs steady. Offerings ight. Top lambs mutton sheep to Hogs selects ?14.75. HAi jiAUSFrr (Prices'furnished by Farm ProdncU Timotliy.Nd. 1 No. 1 Mired Timothy and Al-. "falfa 30.00 o. 1 Alfalfa (Price? f.o.b'. Coaidale. 27.09 .cars Letbbrldge or IRRIGATION BONDS LIKELY DEFEATED YORK, Nov. Herald, in an editorial tliis morning, that the United States is being outbid iu all parts of j the world by Canada. England, Ger- many, Holland, Japan aad other couu-[ tries because-.the "wage scales in thej United too high and labor! efficiency too !ow. Tbe newspaper says ihat the United': States must either haul down Its excessive labor costs or surrender its .export' business, Tho newspaper blames the eamo condi- tions for the inability of United States farmers to compete with in aiid foreign wheat mar- kets.-- llerald fays: "Right at Canada Is not only underselling iis'on wheat in European undersellliig us on wheat liere In our home market.' The Ameri- can farmer says, and says truly, that thoJlabor'costsrof his ,1920 crop.; of so heavy that he capiiot sell wheat' uuder: %2AO] a bushelf and Brake a profit. But the man" who1 Is biiy Ing wheat isn'l tulnking a_bout the about hla heat'.on ".the" bast'term> ha -Xan can.buy Canadian wheat in ie; Chicago markeV for he Isn't olug to pay anyouuy eise "In the intensely competitive field, armer or miner, manufacturer or mer- li'ant' must 'equal or better his rival's rice with the fame quality of goods or int." Two Brothers .Search For Miss ing Wives Who Left Them on Sard e. Day of the numeral TIie weird wiudiugs in the lives. 01 HELENA, Nov. the 11 the. vp ors at the general clectiorr'haVe re' ceived a favorabio'-'.miJorily complete official returns from 38-.c'ourij ties In Montana." Those which1 have received the favorable majorities- are the constitutional amendment -Jor dis- position of interest on -school funds, the. boxing hill, and the fdr'tho' (he jtate schools. Helen and two attrac tiveAVyandotte girls, whose.disappear cnce wps'reported- to the police her( today, goes ,to iiiak'e one of the mos extraordinary series of consecutive co incidences on record. Norman an Stay VOgt, two'lirothers, were school boy sweethearts Of the sisters. the brothers are 18 ah'd 2( Both boys wooed and won.thelr'b'ride on the same day -and early last SO! tember Justice Gordon tied the doubl joined the iauartette in ittlUrimomal bonds. tho honeymoon, which was 'taken' OEI ;the' same lake vessel, the newiy-weds took up housekeeping lo- geili'er the same day, October '2, jinVthe samp house' on Walnut street On Wednesday of this wfeek. the' two sisters informed their Tiusbnnds they were coming Into GRAVE OF UNKNOWN SOLDIER SEALED UP LONDON, Nov. Astociated The I art wreath" to be placed upon the grave of the unknown soldier in.. Westminster-Abbey wis one com- posed of Maple leaves, which was by the only surviving winner of Victoria Cross- during the Indian mutiny. Canon-Westiake placed it on the gfiyVat the last watch- ers left-the The- grave has-been" sealed'up: WILL MANITOBA APPLICATION OTTAWA. J _Npv. Board of Railway Com missioners definitely -announced thli morning that resumedMiearing ot the freight'rates'case on.Monday will be confined to tte application made by H J. Symington, counsel for the'cov; ernment .of- for a suspen- sion of rates., Deports that other mat- ters will bo. takenjip are staled to be erroneous. The irrigation' bonds 'appear 'to have been defeated. trolt.to do snirm Thft hrnth PRECIS' ST. PAUL, Nov.! _______ ______ _ Hardin'g'a. major- Abitibi 'opcnccf 'halt 'point 'ity of votes.' iii 'th? -.'recent election, according to; official figures MONTIlEATj, 'Nov. the local slock oxchapBoJthl.'j' morning was of nns inlcicst tpok place tiife first lower than last at 57-1-4 as did also Atlantic Sugar, at 23. .Cala'arylLlvestOek- Novv at thct stbckynfds .todav'Svcre: Cattle 612; calves 07; hoe's, 166; sheep, 7SS. The market was active and local buy- era were out for supplies. A few uhcica maCe from JS.25 to inciliinii to good to ?S; common, to ?7J heifers topped at ?6.CO; mod- iuni to rows topped at medium to" good to ,com- to good bulls ?4 to Btockers, medium to good to 1 rnedhiin to good ?G to common to.to calves, medium to good to four hundred sevcnty-cjlght lambs averaging HARDING'S1 MINNESOTA MAJORITY IS ,ers.say it was two o'clock the after they left homo together: :NcIthcr has been seen since. Helen is described as flvo fert tall liair bobbed and wore a b'Tue "skirt. Her sister Trova is] fne and woro a plaid skirt.aml Neither Of tho girls! liad nftich' money with them. Tho p'olice1 5bf Toledo, and Detroit arc searching for announced Wednesday by Juliui Sclimachl, Secretary of state. The Republican cnndiilato polled votes and Governor James M, Coi got. For govcnor, J. 0. Prcus, He- publican, polled votes; Henrlk Shipstead, (endorsed by the Nonpartl- san league) and L. W. Hoilg- Democrnt, fell .1 picking 'apples, the Bran .while nlford iiospital with n broken neck, and his condition has aroused considerable at- tention ns he is paralyzed from the neck down, but is conscious'arid'con.- verscs .freely. International Trade success of international rela- tionships is primarily dependent upon commerce between nations, Out Foreign Trade Department equipped to render a complete, ;fy'orld-wide service. We invite you ho utilize our facilities. jVrfrn Eichir.ic wirt Lflndon, Enr, Ntw Hanlrcat, Ttrtnto, and Vaneoanr. SPAIN LOSES BRAINS BECAUSE POOR UNABLE TO GET EDUCATION MADRID, Oct. ucation in Spain continues to be a privilege of the people of fortune, declares the neivspnpbr La Llbcrlan. This was cvokeil bj' the announcc- ment'that the itrecciil "cabinet" hat slopped the first effort to open unl versitles to llio poorer pcoplo by nn ulliiig Appropriation' of eselas by a previous Liberal cabl- et to' furnish scholarships for needy tudepls in .the higher "schools., The wiiter-'ehdeuvora to show in ho iiewspajjer that universities'- are iccupied largely, ,by Etiidenta who iavo no desire for knowledge or .who are incapable of acquiring it while mpils of'cxceptiona! talent in thn ower schools arc unable to gain ad- mission to the universities, because of the cost of education and are com- pelled to work In the factories. 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