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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1920 THE LETHBRmfiK HERALD PAGE FTVE MARKET REPQRtTS LETHBR1DGE GRAIN PRICES Prices paid today fqr grain, in Lett bridge; wagon load lots follow: Wheat 11.27 Oats .28 Barley .53 Rye 1.10 ____ ____ 1.S9 The Ellison Mills will pay .42 cents 'a bushel ''for oats delivered to their mills in .Southern Alberta. This In. thn-reeular market brlceias' can bo'coted auoirb. Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG, Nov. There was a much better' feeling .on the market to: day which was showing a stubborn undertone .and.au excellent class of trade was' taking place In al 1 posl From weak opening the wheat-market turned quickly and throughout the session held steady, with? prices making .considerable gaiiia ,and xmly a Jewtreactlons clos- ed 1 1 3 to i 1 higher There waa an excellent demand for cash wheat for delivery during the first ten days of December, TJ Ith an easy market for spotc indicating that Tsoreniber con tracts had been well' filled. As such HI maintains. Us right. to ,'show, fUtingt cciurtesy and respect for, all friendly i nations. .That d portlorLpt our cili-j zens. have, virtually right can only cause a rg- acllon, tlamaglng to tlie.ihloleranl." Every Wtater Suffered Read KyJar's Crra from Eczema BRIEF STORY nolhct letter tot Iho MquM Kain (or '.II. Rj-ricr nf toir.i Tho Herald tays" Iii liart: "That the provocative- flag was n t British. flag makes no difference. If jit had been Ilalian or FreMch or.Iapsn- esc or Greek, the. criminal respond slbllity. for tlio dlslurbirico of the' peace would have been the same.'. I Sympathy for tirti rioters, those law-', breakers, Is not, sympathy for Iho' caiifio suggesting Ibelr .historical pcr-i' forinaiico. It Is nyinpathy, lor anarchy find nothing niord or less." "Hyphenlam back again" is tlie Illle Kiro-iiucr llie In Tribune on thci N. i TbMiksglviiig Day riot. scene tTMs is the time t6 f'A trip to th'e Pacifio Nprtiiwest, OregOD, WaJshing- ipn and British Columbia will enable 3fou to realize what n wonderfulicount.ryj lies to.the jrour very doors. Tho Pacific, Northwest a 'complete change' from yotrr prairie home raajestic mountains, immense forests, lakes, inland seas, nigged coast line, fertile valleys, apple, pear, peach and plum orchards, and a temperate winter climate. Come and see this lovely land with its evergreen golf links, fifteen thousand milefl of scenic highways, and its opportunities for allkinds of outdoor sport. THOUSANDS OP TVIKTEfrN SPEND THEIR WINTERS IN BRITISH COLUJIBIA, WASHINGTON AND OREGON Why not join them this year? You will inccf many old" friends. You will renew acquaintances 'with many old residents of J'our district who are now permanently located iu the Pacific have, renewed their health and their youth because otits invigorat-' irig and equable climalo mid e 6z6ne that cornea from the mountains, forests and sea. The hotel anil Rpart- menl fire rensoliRhlo, H wonlj very HtflR more lo remain at home. IHTH TTrile for flhretraletl booklet (o Cdh- fctrl. .JixctTJiIre Hwrt- jonlnlfilofrl by (Jor- cmnirnt funrli, C. Smith HP, Wmh- loo. "nlcr fiiffenaK'onil disikureBienl, 1 r (t r, uii of 'act cum Kith f DO v.j i i.u OT u. r. r, If yon hdrr hcen tpdfn; {Tic vrccfcly let. IWJ frora tanaiHin mStttn. all lieale.l, mwt Ilicm ;rier anil como In we will tell s'oil ol nhat done tlijht la vont'onn dim't huiUto to aaamnleo that the f.uiUMUf will giro relief or your oh H'lflli Avenue -was not ''calculated to persuade tho wavorlug that the Irjsh majority can bo tfusfed to bo .lotion fcv Shin Discaso j. Hlfinbotham t Co'., Ltd., drug, sls, just nnil tolcr.Hit toward..tho Irish minority. Britain is surely well serv- ed in this country by those who are niieti tvilh frenzy when they look on IH6 Hritlsh .emblem, "llyphcnlsm was stibponed to Jie dead, .but here Is1 It. grinning-'at us again. W6 have becn'anhcxed by llie mythical government of. Valera ami it Is the prlvilpg'o of geaUomaii, who steadily refuse's to take the risks of residence In Ireland (6 Impose his in flajs on V ;