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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta XVr THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1020 fHE LETHiBRTDG'E HERALD frTVE MARKET REPORTS LETHBRIDGE GRAIN PRICES 1'rlces paid today.for grain In Leth- bridge, wagon load lote follow Wheat ...'..................fl.29 CaU Barley 1.10 Flax Ellison Mills will pay 42 Mills it bushel for oats delivered to their mills in touthern Alberta. This Is above, the regular market price as cau be noted above. Winnipeg Grain Market .WINNIPEG, -Nov. weaker for top, with bulk on the market go- Ing at 55 to fS.50; feeders la demand at {6 to Calces ?C to EG.50. Hogs, receipts 60; selects quoted at Sheep, receipts 63. Market Brm, choice lambs ?9 to JlO; yearlings to 58.50; ewes to Montreal Stock AlBMA FARMERS STRONGLY IN FAVOROFAIHEAT POOL CALGAHY, Nov. ars ers'. wheat pool are as follows: tow of the priucipal features of the proposed farmers' pool for the co- operative marketing of the. wheat crop of as outlined to the U. F. A. secretaries' convention yes: aiit general manager otthe United Grain Growers. noun cedv that these proposals had been drawn up by Mr. Murray iui- scheme embodying MONTREAL, tiar. local a special committee of the Canadian stock cxchango was extremely dull i council of agriculture, but that until during the early ajoruingjlhe sanction ot.all members of the" and few changes last night's committee had been obtained the closing levels took place. Atlantic actual inodel contract would not weaker this morning, drop-I'made public. bo plug 2 3-4 points'to 21, after closing opening'la today's market, which was at last night, attributed to somewhat heavy selling 'i grain tho head ot the receipts 744. Trade Some of the Difficulties Mr. Murray, while expressing con- fidence that the scheme coultl bo made a success if the farmers gave It 'suiflcient backing, was at pains'to a Tgry Packers are picking up explain in detail all the difficulties an odd head here and.there at prices and all the less favorable aspects ,ot plan, In order that the 1 1-4 to 4 1-ic from the .open rat. This, Rffadv wlth've'sterdav 4 lower, pusiness in the pit heavy calves were received: They are selling from to (8. Choice veal steady. Sheep, receipts 1220. -Best" lambs steady at "yesterday's clone. Hogs, reclpts 1879. Hoga weak at J15.75, fed and watered. Earnings Increase Tha coarse Vain markets, both financial report -of; tne Willlams company of Canada. Limit-; ed, to August'31. "shows' uet Jnostly. quiet throughout the morning In the United States markets being closed. In, the cash wheat market there was a fair demand with offerings a little heavier. -Spreads were unchanged to l-2c belter. farmers, it they do take the proposed action, shall not be unde'r any mlaaur prehensions, and shall have their eyes DINERS DONATE TO BOOST IRRIGATION PROJECT IN WASHINGTON cash spreads, were unchanged. i big slump, clos 1C5 170 52 54% wye 73% 74 to 7-Sc lower, barieyl I-4c higher to l-2c lower, andliai.3 to 3 J-2c lower.. .Quotations: i i Open November ies December 1 November December Hay November December May; November December 18S Hay 200 November 164% December'...i ___. 155 Mai- Cash Prices No'. No. 2 Nor...182% No. 3 Nor... 170 No. 4 No. No. G.......154 Saskatchewan aid Alberta No. 2 Ei. Ko..l feed No. I1 Track No. 3 C.W.., DO Track V........ No.'IN. W. Ci No. 2 C'.W...133 Paris Bourte PARIS, Nov. heavy on the Bourse today. Three per cent, rentes, E5 centimes. Ex- London 58 francs 12 cen- change on ir-iT tlmbs. "The United States doHar.was quoted at 16 francs 71 centimes. Calgary Livestock 62 CALGARY, at stockyards today Cattle S8C, calves, 154; 'hogs! sheep, j The market opened slow today s? i with prices of belter .class beef light- stronger .yestefdayl -One 75-'. fully open' to all the contingencies of 10 scheme when they take It up. For Is reason he deliberately laid little "ess pu__lho advantages of 'thn-h'o- leraiiyo DOOJ. "Anyone couta come ong with a great hurrah and get the rmers in thousands to come in; hut 'thoy come In unthinkingly, on' a ave ot enthusiasm, it might'easily can the wrecking of the whole he he said. Wheat Growers Favor It At the conclusion of the address rery. wheat'growef present at the invention voted for a ivorlng tho scheme, and pledging ims'elf personally to sign, the five: ear contract. Many, secretaries! also ated.that they had been given pqw r to speak for Iho membership of "leir locals. The features of the proposed farra- 1RY1 185 155 150 150 chdice steer; 8.50. Two choice steers, averaging 130.0 pounds, 8.25; me.diuni to good, 6.00 lo 7.00. Cows, 'medium to g'ob'd, 5.00 to 1S6 "A 6p75' common 5.00 to 6.0'J; stoclters and feeders, .medium .to goorl 5.00 to 6.00; good calves, 6.0'J la 7.00; good lambs 10.25. Hogs'declined 35 cents since yester- day. Seventy-five .selects sold al 15.60 off cars. 'Winnipeg Liveitoek WINNIPEG, Nov. cattle, 680 hogs and 545 todaj was generally in Hue with yesterday's close for'all classes and. grades o Best heifers and. cows In the No. 3 C.W... butcher division changed hands a 'from 6.00 to 7.00; jutcher'steers, fai: .No. 2 feed.. 44 49% 1S" 67 73% No. 4 C.W.i- 1S8 "lifa's 152 Coridcinnejl..................147 Track No. 2. 0. W. Edmonton Livestock EDMONTON, Nov. re- ceipts 314; calves, 46. Market quiet, undertone." Good butcher steers to. J8; medium to ?6.60; cows arid.heifers about steady'at JO 6.00 to feeds: steers .'.Q.O.O.. to stocke; s'te'ers 5.00. f-- .Tone ot the sheep and lamb marke was- stronger Good rauttou sheep "0.00; good lambs Hogs declined 25 cents; selects 14.00. HAT JSAKKKT (Prices famished hy -Farm1 Product Timothy No. 1 No. 1 Mlieb1 Timothy and Al- falfa................ .___ 30.0 No. 1 Alfalfa "...-.i..i...... 27.M Coaldale. (Price.; f.ob. cars War Bond Coupons Cashed Free The Merchants Bank will cash all War Loan coupons or interest cheques when due, on without making any charge, for the service. If you have not a Savings Account, why not use interest. money to; open one' with this Bank T THC MeRCHANTS BANK Head Office: Montreal. OF CANADA Established 1864, lETHBRlbGE BRANCH. STOCK BRANCH, Ui UKANLH. a'i (f) Wheat grower who signs contract it he alter- wards sells grain elsewhere than i to the pool, to pay 25 cents per ''bushel as liquidated damages to ".the pool. (S) In event it Is discovered that contract holder is contract by selling elsewhere, the pool to. be entitled to an'injuuc- tion to restrain him from such- 'action. The last two clauses "put the teelh In, the by compelling con- the purpose of conducting publicity and organiza- tion work on" behalf of the Colum- bia" Irrigation project, the Stales Reclamation as- sociation and the Northwestern Reclamation league, of a fund was sub- scribed, atVa dinner here Friday balance, it was to be solicited by can-, vasserc next and Tuesday. on coal brought into Manitoba and the huge reduction of slily or seventy per cent, on all In EO (Jo- ing, It would be wllhlu rjy "tutioual rights." ;v Mr. Rogers claimed thct Manitoba held, a special position'in tt'e matter of freight rates by reasob of railway rato contracts as made with the Cana- dian Northern Railway comnanyacd th'o Canadian Pacific. Railway, which gave the province full and complete power lo fix railway rates until 1930. Citizens of the province, he Bald, sav- ed 180.699.000 (Juries Ihs IS- ytirs these contracts were "protected and maintained" but the lack ot enforce- ment of them vraa uovv tbe province over flO.OOO.OIX) a year. ASK WOMAN MAGISTRATE IN TORONTO TOKONTO. Nov. largo depu talioii of wen and womeu represeullng over 50 allied societies In tbo federa- tion of the local Council of waited today on Attorney-General- Haney and urged upon neco of a woman magistrate for Toronto Other social service representative! included those from the Salvatioc Army, the Toronto Wojuea's.Catholii Tjeagjie live Home. The deputation was given a syra pathetic hearing by Mr. prbinUcd consideration of their plan About Freight Rates if He Were Premier of Manitoba 4L. ..NOW WINNIPEG, Nov. to- day at a .luncheon of the Canadian "Trust association, Hou. Robert Rogers "reiterated his conten- tion government of: Manitoba "lias auihorily to fix freight rates in Manjtqba and from points ID this province tq (he head of the lakes by virtue ofAold contracts. "If I were premier of this province said "I would [he day following; restore the rate that Manitoba bought and paid for, a rato that, wouiji iiiein a. reduction ot 10 centra hundred .pounds on all grain shipped .from Manitoba to Lake Su-. perlor, a reducllon of over a ton tract holders to deliver to the pool. Not Likely to Address 'Meeting.. While in Calgary Any CALGAIiV, Nov. a tnor-. oughly trustwohhy source it is learn- ed that T. A. Crerar, M.P., will not address any political meet- ngs while in the west, but IhaMmrae- diately upon the conclusion of the an- nual meeting of the United Grain "rowers, Umited, on 'Friday, turn to "Winnipeg. When seen hy a representative of the Canadian- Press on Thursday morning shortly before .he opening of the United Grain meet- ng Mr. Crerar refused to make any statement for publication. l As president of the company he T, 111 address the farmers at the meeting mentioned, but in accordance with the practice of the company this gather-" ing will not he open to "tbe press, hut a report of the proceed TO OFFER THRONE TO DANISH PRINCE EXCHANGE AND LETTERS OP CREDIT This Bank offers advantages in handling 'Foreign Exchange and issuing Letters of Credit, With Branchesin. every 'jart'pf Canada, as mil as in teveral important citjes elsewhere, and with eorres- pendents of high standing in all parts of the world, it is able to many advantages at your disposal. OF GCSVIMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND'-; LET HBRHXJE BRANCH-K. Rciie? i. COPENHAGEN, Nov. 'Hungarian-'circles here report that, a delegation from, that country is .expected to arrive '.in Copenhagen soon for the purpose .of .offering tho Hun- fy garian throne to Princo Axel .'of Denmark. The prince is a .son of Prince .of and nephew of Cjueen ,'Mother .Alexandra of ..England. handed out hy the secretary conclusion ot each session. The Canadian Press endeavc Stay MONTREAL, John Doughly, private secretary bros'e J. Small, tc, '-Toronto for.Montreal on' December 1, and how ho nindo excuses to remain there until the Ten' day ShinJI wheat-pool, tut on'this and otter points he firmly refused to express an opinion. PRESIDENT-ELECT IN CANAL ZONE ANCON, Canal Zone, Nov. George F. Driscoll, general'-ma'nager of Trans-Canada .Theatres, Umited, who''acquired Mr. Small's interests., "I do not know whether there is' any in'-.tho said Driscoll, "hut although Doughty was supposed to report here on December i to'take up.his newrrtuties. he post- poned his departure from Toronto for alor Mrs. Warren G. Harding days the state- served ThanksgiY.ng Day quietly here'ment that Mr. Small would not-releass today. 2nd papers necessary saest of honor at S banquet and reccp- Jin'Doitshty'a the deal was lion given by President Porras, of the Panama republic. CORRY IN LEAD NEW YORK, Nov. actually., completed by- the paying of our certified cheque for one million dollars. Whether this was true, I do not know but as tho documents wcro of a'routine nature only, and aa we were already in possession of the this morning. 82 hours riding, the: actual properties, there was no object teams competing In Iho six-day bike, On Mr, Small's part in withholding race at the 22nd Regiment Armory Vthem. Doughly, Instead of arriving had completed 1330 miles 8li laps at December 1, wired on that day that 10 o'clock tills morning. had been 'unable to clean up mat- Corry, who is paired with Arthur but that ho was leaving tomor- Spencer of Toronto was in the lead1 night, That kept'him In Toronto over Tuesday, the day. of Mr. .Small's .rtisappoaranco after receiving and depositing our.cheo.uo and the day. too. that Doughty is supposed to have 'visited Small's -.safety deposit box for the lost time." Doughty ramo to Montreal the night of December 3. He Returned to 'To- ronto December 28 on 'instructions rrom Mr. Driscoll and then disappear- ed. "DANDERINE" Girls! 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