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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY; NOVEMBER 22, 1920 THE LETHBRIDtaa DAILY HBItALD PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS Grain--Livestock- LETHBRIDGE GRAIN PRICES on the cattle murkct this morning, Today's prices oil grain, wagon load with tho market opening slow and druggy.1 Heifers and cows sold gen- lots ai e Oats'......................-, ..29 llarley .56 Dye....................... 1.10 Flax........................ 1.09 Winnipeg Grain Market WINNIPEG, Kov. down- orally from to ?G.OO; a' few good cows reached !t7.0Q; and medium to I good quality Biters from ?iOO to Good quality bulls to J5.50. Best (feeder steer's f6.GO lo fair to [good to Sheep and lanibsQulet. Good lambs 55.00 to for selects. previous day in the 'wheat market, "-S'erlliie ex Active liquidation took place during receipts the early part or the session. -The points: of. the morning from tho prev- ious close Winnipeg wheat showed a low of 10, cents. The wash wheat market Is steady wilh'a "good demand tor all grades, and (he premium'-1-4 to l-2e hotter Tho offerings continue light: "i The coarse grain markets were air much weaker and were affected 'large-: ly the breaU in wheat." Flax at one time during the session wjis 20 conditions remained crnts down from tho previous-close. Hogs, receipts market semi- demoralized, 'inostly CO to 75 cents lower than Saturday's average. Sheep, receipts fat lambs opening 50 ceuts lower. v Grain Market Nov., prices dropped today to the lowest level yet, although It 71 days" sines the grain market began to fall. Adverse the KoJelWR 01 Tlie TrooMe Since Taking 103 CIICKII Sr., Mo.vrnziL. "I wts a great sutfcrer fropi Kttv- HKtiimforewifytars. Iconsulted specialists; took: meuiciac; used lotions; butoolhuijdid megoodi Thea I begin to usp Fru i t-a-l ml in 15 days (ho pain was euier flat! the Uheuinatism uuich better. Gradually, owrccna my MtuMalism- now, for fivo fcirs, I bare hid 110 return of trouble. 'I cordially recommend tlia fruit medicine to al'l sufferers I'. H. itolirjGn. Kte a boi, 6 for [rial size .At all dealers or sent postpaid bj Fruit-aAites Limited Ottawa. (Continued From Front 1'ase.) Coyco. K.C., representing Wlnnl- other western boards ot trade, supported the application for euspenslou of before tho board adjourned at 1 o'clock. O. li. Gary, corporation counsel. Toronto, will the argument tlib afteruoou. While Mr. Symington was reviewing ha finding of tlie Eoveruor-in-councll laat the judgment ivas not In uce with correct principles, Ibe chair- man wanted, to know who, under aw, had the right to settle the pria- GRAIN IN STORE WINNIPEG, Nov. follow- ing- Statement ot slocks In store in public terminal elevators at Fort Wil- liam and Port Arthur with receipts and "shipments 'during the week" was issued by. the Board of Craiu Coin- Quotations: November 172' December _...... November December May'--.-.-7i. November" Dociuihbi' May .___'....... November WHEAT- NO. 1 Nor.. .195% No. 3 No. 5 ...'...17G Open. n's 179 52% n 71 "A 73 14 107 ISf, 205 ir.o 148 160 No. 2 Nor... No. 4 Nor..1.ISO No. 0 ......ICG 'day's finish lo; 3 l-2c' higher with 13 e- 169 to 170.and March ICO 1-2 were followed' by'tumbles which recelred.no important che.ck-uti- jtU'llie market lot t December and 155'for Miirch; SO1''' gave' way with 'wheat.' After 5414 .opening 1-2 to 2 7-Sp.higher, including December" at'C5 lot G5 market 7Ssi 'hardened.i little''morei and-then.suf- fered a decided-general'break. .1 Oats rcftecled the weakness of other Shipments oats, barley, 1S.419; flax rye nil. Shipments bushels; oats, barley, 205505- fla.v, rye 149.510. 73 >6 75 y. ISC -181 1ST ICO 148 157 Track; .Manitoba, Saskatchewan .178 Xo. 3 C.W... No. 4 C.W... No. 3 C.W... 151' 13V, 07% and Alberta OATS- NO. 2 C.W... 5 Kx. No. 1 feed No: 1 feed.: 46% 'Np. 2 feed." Track No. 3-C.W... Track NO. i c. No. 2 C.W... 182 Condemned'.... Track No. 2 C. Montreal Livestock Nov: receipts 2495! But- cher IS.OO to 59.00. 5293. Average qual- ity iambs ,'6vfer than any tlmo this fall. Tops', receipts '1210; packers of- fering local butchers bidding Winnipeg Livestock Nov. (Dominion Receipts 2350 cattle, 100 hogg nnd 395 sheep. Buyers wero cereals, starling unchanged to le .with! May. 48 5-S, and then descending rapidly, Montreal Stacks. MONTREAL, Nov. local slock exchange .experienced one ot hours in the. .past few months during the early trading this morning.' Atlantic Sugar .remained 22. Toronto. Livestock TORONTO, Nov. receipts All grades are selling steady at Thurs- day's low prices. 217. With; a-light run of calves all grades sold at Sheep, receipts GiSSG, Lamb market draggy, This Is1 ?1.00 lower than Thursday. Hogs, Light receipts are-keeping prices -and watered "Bar'Silver' NEW YORK, Nov. silver, domestic foreign 74. 'Chicago Close Futures CHICAGO, Nov. futures: 160; March i55. 64 5-S; May 70 7-S. 42 3-4; May 47 3-4: New York Stocks NEW YORIC, Nov. sales 118 1-S; U.S. Steel S3 5-8; U.S. Steel preferred 100 1-2. HAt StAUKET (Prices furnished by Farm Producla Timothy No., 1............c No. 1 Mixed Timothy and gjaaimEastHgin Result Is Very in from considering ,tbo old Canadian Northern system In connection with, this "matter." Mr.'Symliiston asked It tho board propOEed to review the findings of tao joverrior-in-council is a cour! of appeal. Mr. Carvell, replied that the boarc must be bound by the law as laic down by parliament. He was Inclined to think that the supreme court alone bas tho right to over-rule tho board on poiuU of .In elaborating his argument that It is the. tlie board to fix fair and reasonable rates for services per formed by too railways, Mr. Symlug ton contended thai the rales ease was not really a rates case, but an appl! cation by. the railways for a genera TORONTO. Nov. (Can. Press) will bring the verdict of the electors in two Important well- campaigned bye-elections for- the In View.' of the- financial (tuirenieuls of the imds. As uroo o! this, he'advanced the argument tha rate- experts had not iieeii called, bu that the railways-based their case up on the increased cost of operation, in eluding Avages, their chief witness be ing ths It. accountant. Mr. Symington after some nrgumcit with the chief commissioner as wh> tlie' Ondings of" tho board should b varied, said that be proposed to con leud- that they, should ba varied ani not that they must be. That clears matter, remarV ed .ih.e: the cas on a.definite" basis. emphasizing the point that i general horizontal liicreaso had bee: I granted by the. board in order tha 'tlie railways riiight get more, Mr. Car veil interrupted Mr. Symington, to re mark that there has been somc'lmpor ,-irit including a difierenc in the increases pf five per cent, as between tlie east and the west. Mr. Symington said It was true there had been some exceptions, but maintained that1 no: rear evidence as-to rates had been'adduced at the hearing. Mr: "Carvell -observed that it'was true but very Millie evidence hnd-bcen he east as well a3 la the west during he. last lour mouths of the year, Symington said that a 2' per cent, increase spread over 12 months would have been more than per :enL spread over four months from September to December, Not Intention of Discrimination Mr. Carvell insisted that there was not to against (Continued From Front Page. rible occurrences which had happened! yesterday and yet said calking about! the appearance of a military force all 'Issued on the 13th day. ot i Ot September. It had come oul down." .Mr. "I shan't sit and orginial hearing. Kvery one had sat jato Bhoollng of ten There jy ho said and. tacitly admilteUt :hat tho employees of tne railways I these Increases. Tho only man who liad the courage to oppose Iheia was a representative of the farmers. Mr. Symlnslon replied that lie had questioned Iho railways as to these wage Increases. TIo then said that the sent back tlnj .board's judgment and intimaled that further Inquiry should bo made. His contention was that the board should make (Ills inquiry, but tiial. pending It, tlie new rates should bo suspended. If, however, the. -board would not do: this, lia insisted liiat the rate discrimination .between east and west, should be removed. West Wants More t Mr; Caryell reiilled lliat If this were done a welWelincd principle which liad actuated the board from the beginning, would bo broken. The board could not without fur- ther evidence. Referring to the dlt- Iwere loud cries of "Oh." from the the.west jnadelnl Uip last Judgment, tho chief commissioner said: "Never again will I .give something lo don't.want it." ''Wo lire glad to have [ho five per house at this. Sir Hamar replied emphatically that ho had beeu asked nothing about that Question, but that he was prepared to" answer. Two Members Closed Mr. Devlin again rose, amidst augry cries of "sit and was endeavor- ills to speak when a member: below him codcavored to yell him down. Mr. Devlin lunged forward fiercely, in effort to shake oft the Jiaiid o( the member, and the latter rising to his feet, the two closed with each other. Other members.came forward to sop- nrate the but despite their ef- forts tho two men struggled fprward, Mr. Devlin losing his coat in tho crush, but .still holding his.own, cried "This Is KngllEh courage and Kngiish chivalry, to attack one man In sli hundred." After a miuute or two the pair were forced into their seats by friends aud the speaker-suspended tho sitting: Made Apology to House Upon resumption 'of the session. Major John Molson, Coalition-Unionist member for the Qainshoro division of Lincolnshire, who was Sir. Devlin's opponent, rose and apologized to Jlr. cent, but we want: replied Mr. Devlin, to the speaker and to tlie Syminfitoii. "Wo believe that uro entitled to more." "tin re- plied Mr. Can-ell, "the Board felt jus- tified in making, only a five per cent difference" between the eastern western Increases." Mr. D'Arcy Scolt, counsel for Is Ex.-Kaiser To Go To Corfu? CORPU, Nov. Chlllelon I villa, tha property of former Emper-1 or William o( Gerraanyj Is being re- piinted and thoroughly put la order us If to receive a guest. The neighborhood bas been cleaned up, and the avenue leading to the villa from the main during the regime of-Premier VenUelos j was known as ATenae" now besrs its original (Me "Ave- nue William II." It IB rumored herb, that one "of the first efforts of Quean Sophia upon returning to. Athens to secure consent from the allies for a visit ot the former emperor i to Corfu. house.'saying he was. afraid ho had allowed himself to bo provoked, and had forgotten himself. Mr. Devlin accepted tho apolbgy and assured Major Molson that In this and matter lio had no personal feelings. Tho complaint was against the grpvv- pracllcc of the members faking Sjaskatchewan goverinnent, in Bupport-ioiit ot the speaker's hands the qiies- Ing Hie application, ueclared that iu relation to questions. question he -wished to ask .was why tho chief secretary for Ireland governorrin-cpuncil ,liad decided that thftse who'had appealed from the judgment of'the railway board were right in at least some ot their con- lentions." Tlie malter, be said, should be dealt with in a broad way, and the __________ suggestions; of j house of in East submitted to show that the west hr.d Out., and Yale-Cariboo, D. C. In both discriminated against. ne'foro constituencies, the heaviest artillery vmlihff his judgmenl, however, he had ot.tlie opposing parties in the Domin- into -the question oh hia own ae- on house has been brought Into ac- j colml with the rate eiperts of Uie tion and the results, will, It- Is decided that there was lodged by all bo .very s gnllicant. j discrimination against the west. i "And very little credit we'. got for candidates In both constituencies are >ir Varvali acclaiming success 'tor their man, Symlnston" that the independent observer .declares1 that the indications are Ity .110 mean's defi-1 had not recited which occurred all the, in Dublin incidents Sunday, should be carried .out. Pending fur- ther consideration by the "board; the rated should he suspended. Mr. Scott urged that tho fact that tho hoard has not tiie power -to instead of giving a the story. The minister had not told of the nvur- laus, Mr. redress it- the rales are 'too is an additional reason why they should he suspended. Mr; Carvell asked Mr. Scott to say whether he would seriously suggest. in view ot the condition of. tho conn- try and the railways, that the 'in- creases should be suspended until the whole matter had again been gone liu pointed oul. Sir Hamar said.that, although he had rjot been asked that question, he was willing to. reply: and said; "The authorities have reasons to :beHeve that Sinn Fein .gunmen veame to. Dub- lin Sunday under.the guise of attend- ing the match in order to carry ;pu1 the.murders. Consequently, a mixed force surrounded thQ-.'Erourids. -rThlj? force was fired on, ainTln firing oac'n liilled ten and wounded others." Sir Hamar also gave details of the' finding of revolvers aid the thrashing to death of a man and a woniahrwblcb latter he regretted. The BtatemeV made: by. tho secretary for earlier in the cession, In. reply to question regarding yesterday's events: were that ho hoped "that thls-'ssrle; ot cold-blooded, earcfnlly-planhed atrocities would bring tividly tbo'.Iiouse aud the "public the. cruel reality of the Irish situation." "We ho said, "ah.or- ganized band ot paid assassins, whose plans, recently discovered. Included, destruction of life and property in'1 this country as well as in Ireland." to present conditions in Dublin, ho stated he had received at'1-o'clock: n telegram saying everything was ap- parently normal in that city, no.fresh disturbances having developed. After Mr. Devlin had made his con- cluding statement there, was a .'pass- ago at arms between Jeremiah Yeagh, Nationalist member for South Down, and Sir Edward Carson, Ulster leader, during which Sir Ed- ward called the Nationalist member' a for saying Sir Edward; "had, begun thti use of rifles" in Ireland. Mr. Bonar Law, the government leader, brought about peaco among_the; members at this, point by-announcing; that Wednesday will be given over for. a discussion of the Irish question la the house of commons. Ambushed and Killed LEAP, County CorS, Nov. "Black and Tan" constables: were am- bushed here last night: One was kill- ed aud tho other dangerously wounded. into. iiite either- way, in nancy. either, coiistlt- In regard to the East Elgin elec- tion, the Toronto Globe cdltoriallj' this "morning seems rather apprehen- sive of a. government victory there, owing to tho dividing of the anti-gov- ernment electors. '..Early reports.from East Elgin, Indi-. cato that rain In pirns', of the rid I rig this" triomlng but the'roads are in sufficiently good .shape to en. finding of the governor-in-council means that.a.new-inquiry should be held'to decide-'w'h'a't: constitutes'fair and reasonable rates. It'wrong prin- ciples had been applied, then the order of the board' must''be fslndamc-nLaHy and It was not a judgment with- sure a large turnout of 'the population to tlie polls. rural nor-in-council, the, only, fair .tiling, to do Is to restore conditions to the po- sition In which they were before the inquiry was commenced. Dealing with the matter of he said that .the railways should not be allowed to have higher rates In the ;west until they prove that the .pres- better to, suspend the rates than lent rates are not unjust, Mr. Coyno to allow the' railways lo continue to J maintained that the lo per cent reduc- collect. unfair tolls from the people. lion proposed for the'west, should J. B. .Coyne, K.C., counsel for the j the judgment not be suspended, would Winnipeg and other western boards'just about equalize conditions as. he- Mr. Scott said he realized the diffi- culties'. ot the situation, but It would In the meaning'fcf'.tha Railway Act. It could not bo" a finding within the meaning of the'law if it din. riot fix fair and reasonable rates.': Mr. Carvell observed lit this point that the matter of rates had been be- fore the board on several occasions of trade, said that he fully supported tho views put fbrivard by Mr. Sym- ington. The judgment having been bidding In line with Saturday's clpsb Coatdale. falfa 1 Alfalfa (Prices f.o.b. cars 30.CO 27.0S Lelhbridsa or rOU don't want to suffer vtih an ulcerated throat or inflamed lonsils. -'You don't leant lobe bothered vrilU a ticking cough that JA Hay and that keeps you awake at irighr. You don'l want lo lie in let! for months ivllh pleurisy or pneursonla. If you wish to keep well, rcaliwj at once that a cough is A dangerous, insidious disease, which should be stopped al its very outict, and not allowed 'to. tlcrclop inlo anjlliicg.more serioua.' An ounce of prcvenlion intlcrdvi-OTlh :nany pounds of cure, in Ihc o cold. DOMFNION C. B. Q. TABLETS are lha ounce of jjrcvtnUon that prevents a cold from dcvelopinsinlolbn-illilis.troncliiiis, or pneumonia. These tablets conlaia BromiJe and Quinine in a pleasant form; are mildly laxative; relieve hcachche and neuralgia; and a cold in a few hours. AU draggbu icH DOMI- NION C.B.Q. Insbt on havinj them. They are, prepared by the National Drug and Chtm'cil Company of Limited ettiigOutBig Vote in Yale li. C., Nov. reports from poitits scattered throughout Yale constit- uency indicate that the electors are flocking to the polls in great numberc, and before closing p.m.. It is confidently expected that most of the approximately fifteen thousand voters will have cast their ballots in the federal bye-election to fill the seat made vacant by Hon. Martin Bur- rell's resignation. The keenest in- terest is manifested in the result, and both factions nro equally certain of victory. Col. C. E. Edgelt, independent.can- didate, bases his expectations of suc- cess on "general dissatisfaction with the government's agricultural legisla- and Its "unsympathetic attitude toward the returned men." J. A. MacKclvlc, government nom- inee, estimates that he will win by a majority of one thousand, declaring that Col. Edgelt has not obtained unanimous support of ellher soldiers or farmers wSn first put him In Iho field, Premier MelgKcn's clear-cut statements Iu regard to returned dior problems. Mr. MacKelvIo slates has.offset criticism in that regard. recently and that.these'hearings had established rates have been Ixed on fair He thought .hat Mr. Symington" was now advanc- ng an argument lie had, not thought of before. Mr, Symington took the ground that the board was rjotr'justified in-consid- ering the Canadian National's re- quirements in filing ratesi. If the operating ratio ol the had been In .any way related to, that of .the C.P.H., an efficiently operated system, it might he possible to find a common denominator, but' this was .not the case. The chief commissioner asked Mr. Symington whether be could find anything in Hie judgment of the board to show Dial it bad considered the re- quirements of Canadian National system. Made of Special Automobile Steels tween tlie cast and the-west..'-He ad- vised the board, in view of the ftuding of the to wipe pTf sent back to the board by the gover- the slate nnd start over ngaiu. Ninety-nine per cent, of the Hindoo women-cannot read1 or.write. 4- 5. DUNDEE STAYS-WET 22 LONDON, NOV. ndian Associated ward the. city of D'i'i- dee, and.every parish In Kin '.voted for no change 'in'the present .'liquor.