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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVEMBER 20, 1920 TOE MSTHBRiPOE DAJLY HERALD MARKET REPORTS Grain- -Livestock- --Finance Track ......'........SI'S No. 3 Sa No. 4 C.UV. T5 Rejected Track................. 78 No. 1 S. W. C. No. 2 Condemned Tract ..............28014 No. 3 C.W...165 .....160 ...........197 LETHBRIDGE GRAIN PIECES I-ethbridge grain load lots, today (Saturday) are: 'Wheat Oats .30 Uarivy.................... .56 Hyp 1.10 Wlnnlpto Grain Market WINNIPEG, Nov. dras- tic" declines were recorded in wheat today also ihe case hi coarse graiiis. This lowering of prices took place exce.Uent buying of cash wheat, and it was understood that a largei-quantity had heen work- ed for export. For (pie first( time in three years ihe Scollish co-opcralivo came into the market today and pur- chased bushels for export to Cireat' Viiiier Jlrms were reported aa good buyers of November wheat. About mid-session" there was a iiitlp reaction, hut the close was extremn- ly'weak. Wheat closed oii to SH" lower." tTuo "cbarsd wero weaker'Jn syinpathy the'wheat'.marliet; al- though oats were very'firm. Barley and flax again registered heavy de-ihclal! prices range'from '10 No. 3. C. Chicago Futures "CHICAGO. Nov. futures: IOSU: -March Ci; May.GSTi. 43H; ilay Close cash: I Tied to ijo; No. mixed 174 to 175. mixed yellow 75 to 76. 13-to 73S; No. 2 white to Xo. 3 white 45ii. Refined" Sugar NEW YORK, Nov, su- gar was unchanged at 9. to 9% cents per pound: this morning. cliues. to ly.c lower; barley unchanged to "7c flax 17" to ISc lower, aud.rye 1 to 2c lower. Quotations: .WHEAT- Dccember DATS-- November December Jiaj-........ Open. 200' istvi Novembers.. :May '2'5 UYE--V, November.........: "December .'......ny "Cash, Prices W-H FIAT- NO. 1 No. 3 Nor...iW No. ,5 Nor.. ..173 Track, Manitoba, and Allierlri... 197 170 177, SO 70 75'i 200 149 Nor.. .11 Xo. -I Nor.. .11 No. C Saskatchewan ..............'JS3 (ConHaued From Front Page.) It was further explained by the President that U bad been necessary ,o have Mr. Cameron re-examined eminent doctors in Ontario, with he consequence luat he was placed in the Homewood Sanitarium for treat- ment. A letter from Mr. Beonelt regard- ing tho matter was read as follows: Calgary, Alta., Sept. 30, 1920, John Kenimls, Pincher Creek. Alta. Hoie to Make Pine Cough Syrup at Home Jfin no wilut for Transit rfKuKs. TitkM but n nmnienl to ibai iiine i? used in nearly nil prescriptions and remedies for coualif. Jho ronson is Mini mne icvcrul Ticralntr elements that have a rcniark- ablo clrcct 111 soothihti ilild-Ifcalinir flic menibrniiei 'of Ihe Ihroat arid "chest. Pine i6.fainnu's for lliji'purpose. Tine SJTIIJIS nrc of- nine nnil Kyniri. >Th'e 'part 33 usuallyplnin siij-ar svruu To makr "with-Home-made sujriiv i use-clarified inplaj 'best :pine iiinke.'lG 6uricc.s4Tmorfi corn Mther __............_ linn you.can'hiiV '.t.'1'a nnii- cliildri'iiUake it'Caacrly. Von vSn-ucl t.liis take hold of a'couili or colil-iii.n wnv1 that nicnnsl-biisinbjs. .Winnipeg Livestock 'NoSv 830 cattle and 31U hoss.' pfferlngs; trading was slow and draggy on the cattle market with line, with yes terday. Few tales of females ranged fropi 5.00 to 6.50; cahners and cut- ters V2.00 (o sood ..feeder sleers 7.00; bes't stocker steers'5.00. .There were no 01 the sheep and lamb market, one load of'.jjood. yards .foV.' days sold at 0.00.- Tlogs declined 25: cents .today; se locts 14.50.- Montreal Stocks Nov. The loca slock-exchange Ixvas'-again'yery inac- tive during the early 'trading this inorning. Wayagamack was ihe fea- ture by dropping points overnight to. Atlantic.was steady at 22; Bar-Sliver NEW YOllk, NpA-._ silver, domestic J5. Sterling Exchange NEW YOUKj Nov. ex- change strong. cables Canadian dollars 11 3-10 per ccnl. discount. sales US. Chicago Grain Market CiJICAGO, low ircs on the crop were again recorded oday.-for und corn futures. There strong ppening'iii vheat influenced by "export coitdi- lioiiB.-.but after-'initial .buying by "sea- board houses' ceased, there "was no sup port to the market "and it slumped 'rom 3 cents for December wheat to Xi cents for March. Liverpool advices had it that United iviugdoui .wheat supplies had reached such a volume that the British wheat commission was likely, to reduce the flzed' prices. of wheat to Opening wheat prices, which i V- tg.H4c Iqwer, .will) December 172 to 163 to. first stiffened at levels and then fell to 169 forr December arid March: Oat's yielded tb the corn influences Dear Mr. Brdwu in- formed me that Mr. J. J. Cameron I was to he rernqred to the Iloniewoodt Sanitarium at Ouelph for treatment.I This RauiUirlum Is well known to me! S5 d p'uCc tu Wiili-ll tliuatJ atiiiCted by nervous diseases have been taken with excellent results. I told Mr. Browii I should lite to have a Doctor's certificate as to the Condition of SJr. Cameron, and he has 'sratetel au-ivita !htr closed report of Dr. Weart, which Is self-explanatory. .There is no reason.why, 4{ criminal proceedings are to be taken against Mr. Cameion, a warrant should not sued hero and backed in Ontario for his apprehension at the Sa'ni- ta'rinm. Certainly, however, In his present physical condition, no good purpose.would b'e'onuso h'e would not. In'.the opinion of tho at- tending Physician, livable to under- stand any charge that might be made against bini or to give instructions for his defence, in other words ho Is not sufficiently competent mentally to bo brought into a Court of Justice. Yours faithfully, H. B. Bennett. It was explained by Mr. 1'owlclt that not one shareholder! nor one director was liable for one cent ol the deficit. But that the eleven men who are the Guarantors, and happen at tho same time to be Directors are re- sponsible. These eleven men, did not ask for Old Football Scores LONDON, As- sociated league games played In the Old Country today result- ed as follows: -First Division Aslon Villa 4; Drailford 1. Jllackt.ur.'i K. 2; 'lioltou 2. Chelsea'A; 2; Sheffield U. 1. 1. lluddercfleld 0; Arsenal 4. 1; Manchester C. 1. Mlddlesbrp1; Derby County 0. Newcastle Liverpool 'o Oldhaui Burnley Tottenham" 1: Preston x.K. 2. -Second Divlsliyi BmCKpoOi'Si Ciiluiff Ciiy 4. Bristol City F. 0. 0; 'llanisley 0. Clapton C. 0. Notta County 1; C. 1. The Wednesday 3; :Fulham 0. SheHds City 0. Stoekport (J. 2; Westham' U.' 0. Stoke i; Birmingham 1. Wolverhampton 2: Porlvale 2. J Third Division 'Exeter, City -1; Crystal Palace 1. Grimsby Town 2; Queen's Part 1. Lutoii Town 4; Norwich City 0 A. I; 0, Plymouth 2; Northampton 0. Heading 1. SouthamBlon 4; Uristol R. C. Swansea Town 0; Brighton prompt-effort upo Ikwaro of' snhsliiut drumnst Ten-year-oH. Chris ably started, but they all came dcnyn one after the other. A neighbor told Ma about men She pot.a jar and every- body a nostrils were rubbed with gently healing Men- tnotatumpuliiirlft and inside. They all breathed freely again Menlholatum ii good farchappetl hands cracked imliscptic, gentle, verywhe Oc. Jut, r- I. Mil Nvnt Jar L Itlk lilt'' relief from the siiarcholders. but it was 'pointed out by-Mr. Powlett that should the shareholders -decide to stand at tho baek of their guarantors, it was possible n compromisi? could be made iviih the Union Bank lu settle- ment.- It was evident that soiiiG of thp slmreiioldera ivauleil to know just} into what sort of a' Jackiwt such a I LJroceediag would land them anil an- swerable and-unanswerable questions were asked from the floor. Finally on.jnotion of Mr. Alvin Uixon, anil Mr." 0. Elton, "that Mr. It-. E. Hyde he appointed as tho holders ot a Triisl Fund for the relief at his discretion for the guarantors ot tho South Al- berta Ilay Growers for their account at the Union Dank or Canada. With an opening donation p! f25.00 Mr. Dixon and from Mr. EHou settled the matter. Mr. S. P. Huuler particularly refus- ed in several Instances to he convinced that matters In genera! were belnrj played nb.ove hoards and put a motion before the houst which was seconded Hove 0. Scottish League Aberdeen 3; St. Mirren 1.- Airdrle 1; Farticl; Thlsljo S.. 2; Ayr United 0. Clyde 2; 'Celtic 1. Falkirk 2; Hearts 1 .Hibernians 3; Dundee Kilmamock. 3; Third Lanark I Motherwell'S; Dumbarton 2. Itovers 2; Morton 0. Queen's Park 1; Albion K. 1. Hangers 4; A. 0. Northern Rugby Union ricelnlalc IS' Huddcrsneld 3. Hull" Barrow S. Wakefleld 5; Leeds 3. Halifax 0. York 5. Hattley 4; Hull Kingston C Widues Loish 5; Warrlngton II. Swlnlpn Keighley 0. Salfor'd WIgan 21. Hunslett 0; Neirsbury 2. PAGE FWE Premier Meighen Slakes Clear the Government's Position at Toronto Meeting TOUONTO; Nov. Ihe cjues- j lion presented by the returned sold-! ernniei-i intended to rc-opeu. during the nest session of parliament, the matter of casli gratuity, the premier announced decisively at the Massey Hall meeting last night. There were 37.000 men in the civil service at the present time. Hon. Hugh Outhrie lilo Holland, says the newspaper. J A norm i ni r auucriHDLt n by Mr. Fred" wej (lie shaVeholders South 'Alberta Hay Growers here assembled do order the arrest of J. J. Cameron .and that he ho brought back to Pincher Creek and tried in court and that the charge be: For falsifying the South Alberta Hay Growers' books t The motion stood the house uuring a lengthy discussion, which was to the point and very much oft the "times. Flnally'a- stand Railways Claim That Grain Was -Great Speei ,rff' than Half, has Leen inspected, "presHm.Vd to b moving forward.; The estimated cro] was bushel's. lip till the-middle of Jforcmbe this year there were cars'o wheat moved! as against car at that time last year. 'This has'been accomplished under, favorable cond and Sro-pped from an opening of Hunter asked to conie to the platform to 48U for .May down to 48 tP..count.-Tho motion .carried-with 33 Chicago Livestock i'C! Nov.. receipts Mostly 10 cents higher hlo .treatment." The resolution further expressed dmiration for the premier's clear- ess of vision ss to theruectla of the Jomiuioh aud his faith in tho people f Canada, and "pledging him the rhole-b'earted support. GERMANY PROVIDES MONEY FOR FAMILY OF MEN SHOT ON A FALSE CHARGE GENEVA, Oct. 'lie German government has dcposii- d Trancs hi a Basle bank lo he credit of the family of John Hen- iln, a Swiss who was shot in 1314 iy order of a Herman officer on the also charge ot having fired on Ger- nan troops. TIio-'SwIss government demanded a'n ndemnity aud the puntshiuent of the ofiicer, but it was learned later that he German had been killed during the war. May Cut Off Friendlv Relations if Greece Accepts Far- mer King Nov. Greek people will vote November 28 on the question of the return-of ex- King Constanllne to the The cabinet has decided for a plebiscite on this question on the date named. Constantlnel his cabled the aovernment that he' wlli await the result of the plebis- cite before returning to Greece, On Body and Face, Red and Itchy. Cried For Hours. Lasted a Year. rish all over my little Wt body, and had on'ber Uce. It jtarted In pimple that was full of uid it (ot red dchy. She cried for hours. traobU lasted a "Then i and O inlcnent. 1 mozcv ud 1 uw4 focr of Ktf tod three boxes of OlnUnnt which healed her." (Signed) Mie, Dora 10SJ Gertrude St., Vn'dun, Oue., Tke Culicun Toilet Trio Contlslinj of Soap. Ointment and Talcum is an imSlapeoublo cdjuacl" of- the toilet in skin purhy and skin heahh; 2Se, 25 SOc. Sold ihioiiihoutllwDoiniiioa. PADIS, Nov. Georges I.eygues' and David- ijloyd George, or France and Great Britain, will'prob- ably meet in Ixindon scon for a cou-. STRANGE POISON KG! .The most eminent phjticlail that uric acid stored np in the; eystetn is the cause of rheamatiim. I ference, which Is considered necessary! that this uric acid poison, ii present i because of Iho in the! in tho joints, muscles, or Near East. A'siaff ot cJrei-ls, will, it is fake parl In'the meet-' ins. The conference will determine upon joint iiction relative 'to three "quest- rf Premier Veniiblos in Greece; the advance ot the Russian lloishevik in the new states ot the Caucasus region, particularly the co- operation of the Bolshevik with the Turkish Nationalists; and the con- sequences of the defeat 'of General Wraugel, head af tho South' .Russian government. Paul French Great submitted to the French forelgn'ofn'ce a note declaring the return.of former King ConsUutinc to tlie Greetc throne would said, that if such a step was i imminent Greece should be warned tlie allies would not maintain friendly relations with her.. THOUSANDS OF TONS OF 'GERMAN- COAL 'STOLEN HOTTBHDAM, Oct.- of. tons or Gerinaii'c'o'al, intended for some or na- tions have been stolen while" eh'route ezperiinentiDK and. analysis ai.thfti Invalids' Hotel and Surgical in Buffalo, N. T., Dr. Pierce diicpt-' ered a combination ot reme- dies that te called drivel acid system, and in this way the fiweliios and Inflammation If yoii are a sufferer rhenina- backache, pains here or there, you "Anurie" druj store; .or send Dr. Fierce lOc trial package. is tiraei more potent than lithla. Shave With Cuticura Soap The New Way Without Mud ing-vole; with- four men, Including rtions, 'the chief of wliidn" weather. Grain men point'out -that voting for, and IS voting against. The President then asked-for next procedure df carrying.'-.but than yesterday's with spot more; closing firm. Bulk of "sales ?ll.50 to top with dasirable 100 to ;300 pound pigs to Cattle, receipts SOOO; mostly Cana-! dian and northwestern grassers. Trad- ing light, week's receipts total Compared vrith a .week ago choice prime corn fed .beef steers 50 to 70 cents'lower; beef and butcher cattle unevenly. ?10.00 ,to light veal calves. 25 cents lower; heavy calves nverage r lower; sipckers and feeders inostiy _75 lower. Sheep, receipt's 2000, compared with a week and' lambs 50 lo 70 cents lower; yearlings 75 lo 41fO. HAY BWKKF.T (Prices furnished by Farm Fntfucti .134 Ltd.) Tlmqlliy No. 1............ No. i Miicd Timothy.aud Al- falfa............... 30.00 No. 1 Alfalfa.............. 27.00 f.o.h. cars Lelhbrldga or explaining that there were no available .funds, and- the directors haying-, already, subscribed ?200.00 each tbwaril retaining legal advice, is in for an audit, had gone crop, their-'liijiii. seemad-1 rather a poser. explained tlmt the crown-wpuld'-have to prosecute and not a cent was required and demand- ed that a committee of three ne in- structed to go and swear out a war- rant. It wns pointed out'thatjt was not necessary lo appoint a'committee that only one man was necessary ami f anyone of tho 33 who had voted or} was convinced that had! wilfully committed a' cfinse.or crimiii- the railroads are in about the same position now as at this time last year, on account of tue wheat crop Hits ;year being over busll- els heavier than a year ngo. Officials of the C. P.'.n. and C. N. K. state that all available equipment serrlco in riioving the grain Never' before, they state, was such an effort made to get the crop out of the country.'as Bpeeclily as pos- sible. SPRACKLINTO SURRENDER u 11 Keen right i y VrJHNOX, NOV. intercsj. K being manifested In ihe result or the polling Monday In the federal bye- election In Yale, whore J.- A; McKcl- vlo, nominee of lha National Liberal nnd Conservative'parly and- Lieul. Col, Kdgetl, running ng nn indepen- dent, nominated by it soldier-farmer convention and with tho cndorsailnn of thu Liberals and or labor in the (tis- trlct, are lo wtn the seat In the house of commons made .vacant hy (he appointment ot lion, Martin Hurrcll to tho'senale. Holh have waged a strcn- umia somewhat by the visit lo tho constituency of lion. W. L. MacKcnzio King, I-ibernl Icniler anil Highl lion. Arthur Meighen both; ot-whom delivered ail- drespos in the riding recently. Indications point to a large vole with both HID candidates ami tholr supporters confident tit success. Philadelphia Is planning (o hold n world's fair. In I'M to celebrate Iho ISOlh 'anniversary, of the signing or the Declaration or Independence, -t al offences was not only at lUierty lint rather inconsistent dltPne not go'and swear out the warrant." The financial situation was: 'again gone Inlo. wllh the on] mollon of H. A. McGlenning and W.[ Tusllan, Iho company went into The motion read as we go volunlary liquidation in accoriiance with the advice .of our solicitor." Carried. As it was .nearly eight o'clock nn raollon of R. Henderson and Thos. Hammond. J.'That the meeting stand .adjourned and that the directors'con- sult with their solicitors to the financial conditions ami ndvisnhill'ly or lo call anotM- or meeting at the earliest' possible Appears Jn Court, Bail, and Case Adjourned to 25th. date. The motion carried and meeting forthwith adjourned. 'Ihe John Orlcvo, ex-M.P., for Nortii Middlesex, died nt Pnrkhill. L TORONTO In Cohiro of Shopping and Busings District 250 ROOMS IK) oilli Prinit BUSi EUROPKAN PIMI WIXDSOn, Nov. Charged late last night with killing and slaying Boverloy Tnimhlc, proprietor of the Chnnpell House, Sandwich, Rev. O. Ij. Hprackliu, -Snndwlch Me- thodist church and sptclal Ontario license Inspector, will Surrender him- self this morning Tor arraignment i6 Windsor police court, '-''according to Crown Attorney John" Ii. Hocld. who returned yetserday. rfbm Toronto. "Killing the at- torney explained .an' uliarge, U may be murder or hiaiialaiighler. nccording lo evidence produced at llic preliminary hearing today, Appears In Court Nov. (Ciinadlan Rev. J. p. U Sprncklin appear ed In court today ror arraignment on a charge of "killing'.' a ml slayi" Uoverley Trumble at .the Cha'ppctl House on Iho slxlh 6( November. Crown Attorney llodd demaiulcil hail fit Jtn.pfin (n Iwvi or J5.000 which .was 'iirnlsheil by James A. Stone or Knr.chvlch, and Wm. Wright. Magistrate Cliimly adjourned the hearing until Thursday.-Novcmber when Jlr, Spracklin will again ccmie before1 tiio local court tar (ilirnil ary Intiuiry. Ou Thursday Mr. SpracMin will he given the njition or being tried In Ihe local or before the next court fir rnnipcfont jiiristiic'.IOD. He will also, ir heiChossos, pic's of of .''nol guilly." The Security Stuic Bank of New Kftglanrt, and tho termers' Stale iiank or Havelock, were closed pend' ins an 'Rettta'al of fnrnv :ois lo Belt Ibclr -vtioat at present prices, with scarcity of money Is responsible, Mr. Lorius sulil. My! How I did used to dread having the Threshers I don't mind now." 'HY, ft year ago I could no more think of cooking a big dinner than I could Hy. "I did nol seem lo have any strength then, and a little extra work or excite- ment would use me up for a week. "The doctor said my nerves'were weak and that I had nervous prostration. I cer- tainly was'nervous and irritable.' 1 was always worrying about something. "It all looks very foolish now. TJut' that is just the difference between being weak and strong. "Why doesn't every woman use Chase's Nerve Food when she gets run- down in health? Nerve Food, for they know how miserable I was, and 1 will see that they know what I used to. make me well. "I certainly did get into a terribly run- down condition, but no one would believe it. to see me now since using Dr. Chase's Nerve Food. I can now take a real pleas- ure in lifp and its activities. "And why shouldn't I? I sleep like a lop, 'enjoy my meals and get outdoors where the fresh air and sunshine help to keep me feeling fine. "I don't appreciate good health.until they have been sick for a lime. I am sine that I did not. The' credit for my splendid health now is un- doubtedly due to the .use of Dr. Chase's "But 1 suppose they do not all know Ncn-ol-'ood, and about it or do not realize what it will do Know to for them. Then perhaps some of them '-'n do not use it long enough to build up their J' 3 "erve 50 cents a exhausted nervous systems. a" fl.ea'er8, or hdmanson, Bates Co., "One thing sure, the women of this community will know all'about Dr. Chase's box you Jbiiy, ;