Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 5

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 14

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1920 THE IJUBTBRTDGg DAILY HESALD MARKET REPORTS )eschanelk To Re turn To LETHMiDCE CHAIN PRICES Prtosi May for grain to Leth- WMge, Mad Mi toatow; Wbeat ...................l.ti.34 Barter Bye 1.10 Max....................... 1.69 WlMritMf Grate W1XN1PBG, Nor. advances tke wheat market were Hot today aad at the dose a decline eC M to cenU from the preview was Daring tke eiUre session tit> market was er- ratic. wheat wu worked for export bat this fatM to cbeck the decline, which' cotnnroced at the opening aM eoatlawd uatil mid-set- lion wine Uttle reaction occan-ed only to W followed later >y a further downward trenS. Closing were near tke lowest today. 'The temind for cash wheat WES good today.. The coarse grains were affected by the weakceas iq wheat and lower pric- were registered.. A fair demand eilsti for top oats and barley and while the offerings are not large, they appear sufficient to supply tee demand for nearby closed 1 1-2 to 1 6-8c lower; barley 1 1-4. to 3 3-So lower; flax 1-J to 12c lower and ryo 1-' to 1 5-4c lower Quotations Nofeniber i. May November December May Nnvesiber December May November.... December November No. 3 86V So. 4 C.TT... Open. 193' 176 53% 51% 200 198 208 Clow. 1 Rejected 67% I No. 1 N. W. C. ...............181 Xo. 2 C.W...1S8 No. 5 Condemned .150 Track.......................188 RYE--- V- 3S'0. 2. C. W. ......V...............1ST New Yori NEW YOUR, Mov. 117 XJJS. Steel 14; U.S. preferred'106. C.P.R. Earnings Increase MONTREAL, Nor. earu- ings for ending 24oveaiber 21, WO, increase Chicago CHICAGO, 169 l-2j March 154 3-4 65; May II M. 44; May 481-4. Close Cash'. CHICAGO, Nov. No. J red 190 1-2; No. 3 hard'liS to 170. t mtxeA 71 W; Xo. 2 yellow IStoTl. 2 whita 48 1-2; No. Z white 45 1-4 to 46 1-4. Edmonton Livestock Nov. Livestock Bianch.j-KIatUe, receipts 409, calves 97. Market opened active, prices steady with yesterday's close FAfilS, Nov. ForniBT President escBKnel's health has shown that Ues are already 'discussing his "return I osottve politics. In the chamber Sob-1 les yesterday .it was freely said -that I he political loaacrs :in Eure-et-lwlre Department woiiia offer M. Dcsohanel lummatkm .for the senate hi the'elec- lons 'Of January next. SI. Beschanel IBB ieen a deputy for Eure-et-lio'lre or -35 years. A Paris dispatch ot Monday last said -that former President laving: recovered his lth, lodking lor an 'apartment n Paris, to which cit5' he Intecoed lo return during the first two 'weeks of December. 1S614 heary. butcher to jfor tot, it te K.M; com to and kelfere from I5.S5 TO ti.TE; teeflers In good dem and at to J 6.50; reaching 172 50% 55 74'-: 75% ISO 188 MO 156 167 May Cash Prices No. 1 Nor... 187 No. 2 Nor. No. 3 Nor... No. So. 5 No..6 Nor.. .158 Track, Manitoba Saskatchewan and No. C.W..; C.W... 52 No. 1 teed No. 1 50% 17.00. J4.00 Balls steady ?3.00 to lTea steady to Hogs, reoelnU 29; market quiet, doe to lack o! receijta; .ptekOT Olddlne 6B cara tor artoets. Sbeep, receipts 'CboJee 9.0C to yearlinig J7.50 to J8.50 ewes n to 'V-. f; Chicago CHIC AOG. receipts native! 25 to cents higher. Western steers stron to higher; bulk JT.50 to.19.00; butcher cattle steady, bulk cows and heifers 14.75 to J7.50; Teal calves 50 cents lower. receipts held off market.'' 15 cents lower than yesterday's avei ago; top tlO.OO; pigs 25 to SO cent lower; bmlk desirable 1M to 120 pound eraCtS.50 to J9.75. Sheep, M.OM; fat shee and lambs generally steady; lop nativ hoga Sales mostly 10 t No. S and 'fed wetterca bulk natlvt SOfe lambs BANK OF Annual Statement COLLEGE PROFESSORS ABE FAfliftG BADLY TORONTO, Nov. At a meeiiug of the Alumni association of tbe Uni- versity tit Tordrilo here last night Angus ilc'Slurchy, 'K. C., making a 'for belter salaries for professors. ra'Hway Tirakemou get from (200 to a Inbuth and conductors as high "as a mouth. He said that "to compare tlrese i' wages ivith the pit- recdlved 'by tiiilrerslty "Would too "painful to the lee- Wlrmlpeg Nov. (Dominipn Branch.) Receipts today were 2300 catQei 1120 hogs and 304 sheep. Trading on the market today .show- ed little Improvement from the clofce. yesterday and all classes and grades were being abeorttsa 'under Jignt in -Choice heifers ?1.25; Tair ip Sood butcher steers to 8. With light the s'hest inS lamb market iraa steady, a mutton sheep going at with top Iambs at'fS.oO. Tho ho? market oponed with a weak- er tone, 2S -cetite packers bid- ding foi Eclects, fed ani tlvettock CATX3ARY. Rece the stockyards today were: calves 124, hogs 172, sheepym's' The market openea 'uncertain ,.an4 slow, no batch ei-, Bteere having -vgbne over tbe ticales 'and Indica- tions pointing :to .TJUri lower prices. Soviet Germ I with a cleaver, en. No bones'were brofr Rowe, in One of Which it U-Aileged a Man Participated (From Our Correspondent) i bulletin, and nearly falaled when told in last of the three altercation! I the horrible result. Ana now for fab before referred W, a prorAtaent citizen I police gazette j I Is alleged to hive chased prominent A certain youth had'removed lo rastauranteur Into the kllchen, the iLethbrtdgo, but while' here was.oc- cook ll is 6aW- bringing up tne rear jeaskmally in the of a girl, who ho was whllo In the city, had teased about it by biter Taber youth. Forthwith '-1 Visited 'Taber, and waited li) front 'a fcbowhouse nkjint, for his Victim. (l The show was loot. to a restaurant, he. got into an alter- cation a third lad and projected a Sght. The latter 'offereS to have it out oil the street, hut Ihe irate swain j L'ks Different P Since Tinlac Restored Her Health TABER. Nov. mooii must would nol go, and lalfer foond his j ifave been th perihelion, Mars !n op- eutimy iic-ar Iho fire hill, whete he) and Venus In transit, last tmiicd loose a torreut 6f hbuse.'Tfe'e' night, wllh their evil'Influences con- slorta finally broke, an'd for 'about tintiifg tobay, or perhaps it was ?ull ihree mibutes a crowd was treated Ipl Bros, bis show which la drawing an a fine exhibition ot fisticuffs. In Important audience for the second kn'lgnt errant received a black I ,._. itight, oi-'the fact that Johanaten's eye, a broken hose, aiid a kayo In thai has not only reltcved mo Juvfcnlle Orchestra is beginning tbe solar plcint, being helpless for a my troubles but has also built season, but something happened, id so uenarllng for Ihe "Bridge" the tame u? In weight de- how was it. lhat the wortea cilm.o'f evening. Todsy, the.l'hitd youth en- ot Lynn Uhis burg waa disturbed during the lerlng a pool room, sas', tripped Jvort'1 >aucottver, B. past hours by the follow- Nov. soviet autliorlt'les eat' unemployed In the Unite! statqs will Dumber, the euil of (he .two representatives of tbe ?v. Three one of wWch was '.nalo lhat tlio a case of ta and ended: In a kayo, another in tke polica one of two drunks, falling heatlly, and rising Ills tor-: mentor nained Smllb, became'enraged and the other recelvei a bad face" aa result. Smllh vanlBkedk bul Ihe "For the.past ten years I suffered dm a badly Unordered stomach aiid as in a wezk t-ondition all that time. y appetite left me entirely, atd_ I' .'t able .to eat any breakfast court, while the. 'third is alleged lo other friend ot J. B. frisked him it Is Everything I ate Just sesmed to _v asUmlsnea tie natives. A. aftegeu-JoV mV BWm'ach'aSakour, taueilif fc thtrd been 'tent to case in'whith'no rancor was display- iolng some tparring. Thi proprietor lerrftle depressed fee.lihg. end I oM Organize Soviets licre, according tb bt-led, bul which was attendea by bbfli a laid a cofcplalnt, and tho-two d; jnd dreauful headaches. Sly nerves flciil advices.from' Moscow. 'These :a iftlntsteV. ahi! froVeJ tb] dX Sniflh and Curtie, vi-ere locked worn to a rraiils, ahd tte least littto WpresentatiWiS, it tald. jpronoso re a 'caSfe for IfrbHratlon. I np. The eases Came flpMonight- Sft would upset me. I coiiM to form committees of the unemploy- efl 'hi w'Hh the commnnist party 'establishing Soviets of -each trade. Tiietr tolsslon, the advIWs stated, te.kb 'bring abonl an rfrtued reyolutitfR "United Sta'ies. JEX5PIRESS CO.. POU INCREASE Dec. 1 xlttiugs, :conflned by coansel. to SfcrfcflMftf of the ramth of the kaintu if BoiA for the gear 30th Ovtoixr, 1920 press coinpanles .for' yt 40 per cent', increase tura'tes will bo finally dealt with it'l'sltUng of thejBoard of ftatl- way tbmmisiloners.to :be held In O't- _.._ ,.-----r December 1. up till nob-n were easily 25 bents- This appllcaMon' has been under con lower nian 5-esieraay'srnarkrt. Steers, Blderation at imanv meeliiigs of tho medium.to good JG to >7.; cows, med- card held throughout'Canada and Jmn'to good Jo to stockerB and the evidence Is now 'all in. The DC- teaflers ?5.50 to Calves, medium 'to good to Fifty-Seven 'lambs averaging So rounds wethers averaging 125 pounds 18.25; eves averaging "123 pounds nogs ateraging 114 pounds ott cars. .Sterling Exchange "NEW TORK, Nov. ei, thange heavy; demand 1-2; cables Canadian HoHaTs 12 1-16 per cent, discount. Bar silver, domestic 99 1-2; foreign T2. MeMrea! Stocks MONTREAL, Nov. local wchange dntiidg Ihe eatly traa- ing this raorning was ranch stronger and many overnight gate were reg- istered, Atlantic was the trongosi issue, eelling at 25 1-2 dur- ng the first houf, after closings at K list nlghl. Bromptoh "fras 4uiet round 1-2; National Dre'wtrles went up a 1-4 point during the early to ot. Spanish River was teady at S4, while Wayagamack trengthened to 103 MtfM.M If DlTMmd MM Ikt Sept., ___....... ..S 2pcf cttttf pAfabk lit "iiiltwlM 4U.MD.M GENERAL STATEMENT iiABiLtriis i H.iil.tX.tl M lt.wr.H1.lt ASSETS Cm- Tfllbe ____ I mndniher Bet ncrtj- MuaWlJ.1 Sfcortrtw, AritiA, sni CheottM Mt 'Current aW Inn VtNCIMT MEKEOml. FnaM WIUUMS-TAYIOR. We the Cub jud verified the SecarrtiEi ot [he Bajit at fli- phlrT ,L. Ml n IMlgr 11 fiu'Mm It Wt .n-l tlfl tl of ihe Prlrcifil ef ih- Bunt >t linn ,lc ill Idfctoiil Mplmirions inrl ill jiinjieiiom iCil h..c UM In eut spltHBn. the f e! ihi St .bore J.liBK with llnk.tl it the Cklff OStl of Ihe tint, Jn" trltb the" ,'iic" netnini teceivfa tiartl HI Brlfttnli. (hi, :A w ..jV: a 1-2 point nlglit MOKTRBAL. Uvest6tk NoV. (Dominion receipts 500. Only common radio Wero ottered and ,the majority of these are sold hfelow CMvoi, fecelpls 120. Veal calves ibout slCaay. Sheep, fec61pts Lambs 'quot id at 511.00. Hogs, Vecellits 592. llogs wens sold dday to Ibcal butchers up to Toronto Livestock TORONTO, Nov. Branch.K-Cattle, recelpls l.OSiJ. But cher steers, choice to flliOi 'Calves, receipts 142. All .gtadef _ calves were off about 11. Choice Vea S soiling from tb Sheep, receipts Lalnb mar- ket looks about 25 cents stronger. Hogs, rcecipls Hogs record ed ?1 lower, ko 1S.S5 offered tor ted and wnlered selecla. Chicago 6raln CHtOAGO, N'ov. fresh weakness developed In the.wheat mar ket today. There was a general rush lo sell, a Marly Coniplele lack o support Reports of distress in lo flour tlide at Philadelphia foriiied Ih fthlct bearish innneuce. It was sali Philadelphia merchants had on hafi larrels of fionf for which ther was no demand. In stock atld colltrti leiide.-l filfther to nnselHcs Opeiilnf! pilces, whlch! Which ranged from 1 lo 4 5-4c, lofref with bece-nthcr 164 ami March 159 1-2 were fci'Oftcd ah4rj> additional breokii'. Corn gave way With wheAl. After openlni! unchang- ed lo 1 8-86 lower, Including May nt 1-2 io 78 S-4. Ihe tnarkel unnerweit s hinlerlal solback all around., OAla.were atipresstd by Ihe dopfes- of other grains, stariliis u'ncliang- ccl tb 6-8c lower; May 43 !-4 lo 49 ahd then undergoing a geHefnl Mg, HAY siMtitprf (Prfcea lurolsheti oy FattA ffdilncll Ud.) Tim6lhy No. I Uj So. 1 Mixed thilolny hnd Al- f.o.b. cars LelhbfMge of An Incident ia the strife between the police con'rti Smith being handei sleep.''al bight and would get.qp. oW n Bne ot SndVhrs cbnlna'hlofi wone I was and EttcnEtb. ahd eren the hockej. tei'ni afc'd the police chief, re 'th'e f; The letter from tho Pincher Creek tcilm, sayitfg jjeftibridge appta'ted ;to Tho acquaintances after much c'ffbii he fc aquanans aer mc c e victim was also read a lecture by Jus-' "tt'e hbusework wbuld lire have from the hbckey i t Ice Lay ton, oh the subject maji.' I ity In a public place. Gtatenienfs 1 read about Tan- tt. -w._, _tv._ 'tlie wage against'lie {mpressed nie So that 1 decided thfe driver, was absent. hile E. Dase, was tblo t'rjf it, and atler taWhg six botUes up as thing else. According to tne 8Vldei6fe, jmy life., rm glad Uics Chase tt> jilace lhe' defendant's, mSaHifntJ come, for I can cat take thing. I want. Wy stomach r_. spl a 1 ha to see t just any- A session ot the conncil, In reach a proper settlemeat- than- any U'm feeling ns. fine as I ever did In which the knoUy question came to whetnerihe pay cerUIn acd geV wit'h P11'1 o( wheat, engine in shape this fall, and field; excepting seven 'lots Inerebut. charge of And the of Easl felgin.'. J six ahd a The "the hockey news have pnt In, tail th Is 111 I half days at H day waa 1 havo a sign a headacbe. My nerres the machine Hiied to" perfecUy ealin. and At nigkt t feferrea to. Hie cbanclli lion, Vfcile the thfe'shihg like a child, I'm always mil ot has hot.Mly mada up mind f'lcl bn. Base slat'cd hl's' strength 'and eneffy and feel like, an _ aM ibe'rfnciaqnt '.was Ine f'ln'k com- to pay a reasonable bill, but under: fenlirely ditferehl pferebu, My hus- liriltei'dBterinmmg Vb iee Ihe council I the clrcumsUncos, did not feel-the- band is setting splendid results from about tte.firohose for the flooding offamotal clnlmed was .Taiilac also, and I just cant pralsa tho rink-ihe first tlrte, so that hockey I. was reserved" till wVcii ;de- i H. for what it has done, for practice can Chinooksjclsion will be rejdeVed.. H. B) Myfers us-" may interfere lor a t'irae yet. As to i acted for the defense and; JD. East a member of one of ttie! Leacro'ft, who }a a Member, ot. the two great p'aflies.asked for a jlerald English bar, was also..pfeabh'ti--'. ToBlac is sold in Lelhbridse by J D. Hlglnbothari ft Oo4 Limited, Drug- felsU NAVY CUT dnttt -..in wvtl ana nccounll Tne ullrl 01 tne I Fetoini IHM Rl RtlMMk (ucifj thlt ill Blnl, ind the IjdHMllItfOf ifth I jAMfS C.A J A'd.t.ti. the (tn of RtJJtll, Sind, Gtihin li Hnlthii.t. MtDIARMID'S LEAD OVER StANSeuU WA6'SS9'VOTES 6T. THOMAS, Oht, Nov. 2S.-AC- COfdlng lo figures giVefl (onay by II, M. Huiilley, chief reluming officer In Hie East Etgln byo-elcctioft, Mr, MoDiatWlrl'S nyer i, A. Slid- soil, (ho goVernttieJit hss Iretn Iflcronsed !o 258. Mr. McDIaf- mM's lotal role 19 given as O.OSi, glfttiseli's and Charllon's EXPrtEsSl6N6 Of OTTAWA, N'oV. U-Htiy Cenadldfi funnfnl of (he InU Com. A. E. Ooodeve, of Ihd rail- boafd, will 'placb at OtUwa (omofroW ftfl6rnflon, Many mossagcs o( rogrel nt the death of Mf. Cioouevd Iiceh at Iho is the outcome of yeari.of study 'and experiments in the bletiding of the choicest Virginia Tobaccos! ;