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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY.HERALD REPORTS LETHBRIDQE GRAIN PRICES Prices paid grain !n Leth- bridge, wagon load lots follow; Wheat 'bats .28, liartey ;6i Kye 1.10 1'lai 1.69 Ellison Mills will pay 42 .cents a bushel for delivered to their mills In F.oulheru AlSerla. Thls is-above- the regular, market price as caa be uoted. above; wheat market continued upward today and substantial advances wero made, the close''.bci.diVvi-3'to' 3c higher. Trad- ing was .very active all morning and a large amount of business work- ed off. Buying of December against export, sales '.of ;casb. wheat w'as said to bo' the cause of the advance, ex- tended probal-lyVby tho reaction from the drastic' elump, of the past week. The largest cash business of tho crop year was worked today, with heavy offerings and a good demand, fho'de- inand wan mainly to fill old contracts. The coarso grains were fairly active. The cash demand was good for all .i: 'Brains, while, the .offerings were not heavv. pats 3-So Si 7-Sc-hlghe and rye 1 1-2 lo lower. Quotations Open, IS.! togs atid 105 'sheep. Cattle market held steady this morning. Medium to good quality .butcher steers fS.QD; bulk of good females JfcOO to 17.00; fair to choice feed- er steers to 57.50; fair to good J-3.00 to 10.25. No Bales took place on sheep and lamb market this morning. Hogs unchanged at for Delects. Funds NEW YORK. Npv> silver. 99.-1-3; foreign 71 3-4. Sterling-exchAnEft .he.avy- -llemanrl 3-S; cables i3.49.-l-sl Canadian dollars 11- 7-S per ceut. discount. Stocks MONTHEAL, Npv: tone o! the dealing oii.the stock market be- came: unsteady during the morning's Several were decid- edly weak, tie most notable being which fell 13 1-2 points from the close Saturday, at 84. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO, Nov: receipts best fat yearlings steady; top, other beef steera slow, bid- ding lower on practically all bulk }S..GO to J14.00; veal calves steady, top receipts mostly 10 to '-8 ?Td "nchanged uigher than Saturday's aver: i T y- ,o bulk nO.OO pigs 3S er 12e higher lo 50 cents higher.-'.-. November May December Y.. May Close. Isovember November-... December May 164 156: "5214- 189 200 1ST iccy. 1C9 55 75, 200- 181 201 169 1 50 152 150 May Cash Prices l No. No. 2 Nor...lS4 No." 3 Nor..................'.....180 (Oilier grades not quuted.) Track, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta No. 2 C.W... 66 Extra No. No: 1 Feed.: 49 168% -rack No.' 3 C.W. 5714 51 No. 3 Feed 46 3 93 No. 4 C.W... -7SK j.' grades not Quoted.) Track 75 No. i: N.'w. i Condeiriueil .ICO Track 191 No. 3 C. W..........___.....156. Winnipeg Livestock Nov. Branch.) 3400 Ea of.any tenderness or of tile gums. This is usually. Ibii first stage "of in- iid-'o-is of Hie ppira that dc- rtrovs the teeth and undermines .bodiiyhcalth.' i Gradually the gums become Gpccgy, They thus ci- pcoiig the- uncnameltxl tooth-bas3 to the ravages ot decay.' Tiny open- ings in the gums fbmi gateways .1 or disease gcrma to enter tho system. Medical science has traced mariy ill] vo-thcie' infecting germs in the gums: V'akcntdbyPyorrhea. .v. .i They are now known to be a fre- quent cause of iadicostion, incum-tlism and other serious con- elitions. .So Batch carefully for'that first preve used in limo (Ri is- con- 'ease) si'tcntly. i And in guards against pthci'ilb. 1''s (For tho Gums) cleans -Iccth scientifically as Veil. Brush r tec th wilh it. It keeps the teeth and clea'n. I If gurn-shrinltago lias alrcsdy'sct in .fiart us_mg Forhan's and consult a' ccntist immediately for spccid trfi- nitnt. and 60c AH Druggists' FOmiAN'9 LTD., Montreal, 8 FOR THE GUlls Cuticura Soap The Velvet Touch For the Skin You tEona. U rclievcj ally.hcala skin. Satnplo Or, olnl'norit if you menlion thla atitl 3cnrt2c.iliirap posLigc. Wc.a _, .iliirap posLigc. all dealers cr mib hlghe: Sheep, .receipts 25 cents higher; spots. r'50 cents up; choice native lambs to shipper ?12; fat sheep strong to 25 "cent's higher. Calgary Livestock .OALGARY, Nor. receipts at the stockyards today were; 'cattle 25; hogs "213; sheep The market opened dull'and inactive, tho quality of-'tho- Bhipme'nla being poor. Medium to'-good steera to cows, medium to good to stock- ers .and. tp gpo'd to common'14.00 good calves 10.00'to No sheep were Hogs, selects off cars Montreal Stocks'- MONTREAL. Nov.j on the 'local st.oclj. exchange during" the first half hour this morning was a most 'n'on affai nd." wi th_ llie exception of a few, fractional changes nolhlng'of "any importance transpired. Atlantic- SuBlr .remained at 24. s Livestock "Npy: (Dominion receipts Mar- ket very Np good cattle of any kind; Calves, rtceipta Good veal Sheep, There not enough lamb's. Bold to establish prices. Hogs, 'receipts 1551.- A fevc liogB 1 were.sold Toronto'. Livestock Nov. L': 2763. Mar- ket stronger. Calves, receipts 198. -Trade slow. Choice veal sleady, 516.50 Sheep, receipts' 57-17. Lamb's 25 to 50 cents, stronger than.'last week's close.'" '._ Hogs, receipts 33S9. In spite oflow- er prices predicted, for today, hogs are selling steady to strong at Thursday's prices. Market CHICAGO, Nov. strength developed In the wheat market today. Signs at further .buying- for Europ can interests had much to do with the .upward .lendency- of prices.- -Besides, offerings were small and the. impend I ing close ot navigation from Canadian vi ports attracted some attention. Open j varied from 1 lu 4 i cents higher with December 558 to 1159 1-2 and' March 162 l-'f. to 154 aiid_ Uvere followed by' slight 'additionar [gains ami then. Eoruethinj- of a re- action. -1 '-.i'.-': v., Oats reflected llie uplurh of- other grains, opcniTis -unchanged lo.p-Sc higher, May then showing rtdditiondl firmne'ss later. WINNIPEG, follow- ing statement of stocks." In store in public termlrfal elevators at Fort Wil- liam, and Port Arthur on.Novemher 26 ivitli receipts'and--shipments was, is- sued Saturday by the. board of "grain commissioners 4 f e' Stocks in store: Wheat .barley; flax rye oals barley Bax. rye Lake.'shlprr.ents; Wheat oats barley flax rye Hall shipments: Wheat 70.271; oats barloy flax nil, ryo 1626. Chicago'Grain Closa CHICAGO, futures: March 73M. 45V4; May 49V4. Chicago Close C.ish Nov. casii 1 hard 16S to 2 mixed 2 mixed No. 2 yel- low 78. 2 whlli) io 50- No. 3 while 47 lo 4814. Edmonton Livestock 13DMONTON, Nov. rccelpli calves 14. Market active-, prices steady with. Saturday's Choico- sleers 7.00 lo 8.00 with common 4.00 to 8.00. Cows' and heifers, 6.00 lo 6.00 (or good. Calves 6.00 to 7.00. ilogs, receipts nil. Selects jjuoled off cnrs, Sheep, receipts'59. Market steady; choice lambs to 10.00: yoarllngs 7.00 to-'8.00; good owes 6.50 to 7.50.' New York Stocks NKW VOllK. KoV. sales -110 a S; U.S. -Sleel S3; U.S. Steel preferred .Bertram McNeil, Pelci-boro, IS, killed when his jioraes away vaa d'ugcctl some Frank Patrick in Calgary With Evidence to Prove His Charges SEVERAL PLAYERS WILL BE CALLED VANCOUVER, Nov. Pat- rick, president of Ihe Pacific Coast Hockey association, 5s in Calgary to- day where ho will produce His evi- dence in substantiation of the'charges ae has filed against the Alberta !iockey league. Patrick took along with him when ho left here Saturday night, several affidavits, which, it is iald, contain'incriminating evidence aad which bear out his claims that not few out of the majority nf the Al- ierta puck chasers were paid money for their last season. The coast' magnate went east, on Llie urgent request of Brig. 'General McDonald, president of the Alberta Amateur Athletic Union, the govern- ors of whicu will Bit tonight in Cal- gary, and commence an inquiry Into the charges made. Sensational devel; opnients.are the hock- ey players 'against whom the charges' liavo been filed are called before the governors, of many players amateur (hockey in Alberta is 'expected to; Investigation, f. ii- r, Will SummonH'layeVi iCALGARY, Patrici; president of the'PaclfloiCoast'iHockey Association is morn: Ing to attend-a'ineellngipf the exec: utlve of the Alberta branch of the amateur' by Brig. Gener- al McDonald, to :prohe charges of tessionallsci la'.d against Big Four hockey players: The first conference is called for 10 o'clock this iriorning and It is believed that several players will be summoned before the board. (Continued from Front Page) kirk club we're summoned befors-tbo committee and made stralsht-forward statements to the They were questioned cirefully and did hot falter any of their answers. They de- nied haying received and'offer Iron- Calgary ceive anything other thai! resiilar posi- tions-and air three players told the committee what' they are doing' and what receive.' PatricK.There president .of tho coast hockey Jeague is in'lhe city It the invitation of Drig.-General MrDon- ald, the Alberta PACE FIVE Years Of Sfiftefinj Eiided 112 UUB -ST. Jf. B. "It li with pleusre thAt I write to tell you I reeeived frdin tha UM of year medicine aaJe front fruit juices, I ma r freal iuferir for Dunj-yeirs'ft-j-B Nanays axj Cauiifttin. tonsoliri doeio'rs; but nothinj iccmed to hclo IEC until I tpfM After takinj I W completely reliered of these tnublet ud hare been ever Miss AKJ.IE AVARD. fiOc. a boi, 6for.i2. 50, trial Kg. des-leii or'seni postbiid M Uaited, Ottawa, To Avoid Rocks umsm Montreal Lawj-er Tells Why Political Parties Giving Way At Nine Cents NEW YORK, Nov. chain stores today were offering granulated cujar at nine cents a pou'nrf.' In other stores the price ranges from 10 to 14 Whole- sate quotations were unchanged today at 8 34 to 9 cents. Gloomy' Piclure Painted By Head of Vickere at Ship Launching' MO-NTHKAL, Nor.: Cana- dian U-ader, tons net, iha 12th ship built for fuo. Canadian Govern- ment Merchant Marine.-and Ihe slith this season by the Canadian Vickers, ijmitcdj ivas successfully launched from tho'yards of the company Satur- day afternoon. At the K. (iillham, man aging director ot "Vickers. Limited, painted n gloomy picture ot the con dltious that now confronted his com- pany nnd tho Canadtafc shipbuilding industry In general. Over forty per cent, of Canadian shipyards bad aung Uielr's'tan song and unless government aid was forth coin ing the same fate confronted the Vickers coni- x Tho sorry fact said Mr Gillham, "that no orders for next year. We have two boats now on the stocks uhich ne hope to launch next Apnl -snu If there are no further orders by that- time the yards will be forced to close.' Never in City's History Criminals Been So Daring Have Windsor will sell coal to citizens at the dealers charging-now to }26. 524 NEW YOBK, Nor. crime wave which has swept New York City' (luring the-past It months Bhows Bigus wt rwceiiiijg, says the. this morning. On the contrary, tha newspaper says there is' every indi- cation that It is growing and that never before In the city's histpry its criminals been so daring.'- The record of crime during. Is traced Nirbugh a series of 35 heldups robberies, and thefts, which-.Betted criminals more lhan and through a list of more than IOCI 'ui-V solved murders.' says' the. In November alone thieves and hod'.' up men obtained mora than This is the sum In any of the last'li Killings have'gohe-.on at the of one every third day, it'Is asserted. The Tribune has undertaken :aii in- vestigation ot the present organiza- tion of department, its gen- eral force, 'ho patrol men, whose duty 'It Is to prevent crime and the detec- tive bureau to which Is given the I task of running down criminals The ,lmcsUgaUon indicates that many ..sections .'of- jthe including the more Important ono are under-policed. Second, Ibat the detective organl.' zation built up under former Police Commissioner Arthur Woods, .-has been broken lip. Leonard Strachan, egeil S, was drowned in the Red River at Winni- peg, breaking through tha ice. JLST a of be- lirllc ibe cnl eHecU of a cdlci. nealizc ils .seriousness. Once a cold faitens us clutches 01 >ou, it aa if >ou can'l off Mrnj lery ficrioua often havc.'r iheir beginning in a cold uhich could be gotten rid of promptly if-.the proper remedy lie in Colds comes quickly and develop .rapidly. Don't, taVp an) ch "cee Ine iint fncozc or cliilly slart right in-to bite DOMLMON C 3 Q jn thfr TO of the amateur .union to produce a at, UEQ evidence connection with charges! an ppera.tlpn Wper- the; league, Mr. Pntrlcl; did .not appear at the morning meeting, but it. is under- stood that he is to come .at the afternoon, session when further dfr velopment is" looked for. The action of the executive to sum- mon the four players this nidrning, was taken by Brig.-Geueral JIcDonald as a. resplt of a meeting which he atlended 'recently, in Winnipeg' 'when a largo number ot au'aleur officials urged him. to. ..assist In the clean- ing up of the hockey situation by call- ing upon these players to give an ac- count ot they changed their resi- dence In the fall. There was np hesit- ation in summoning the men In, ques- tion, and'uone of tneni-'showed, -ariy to evade questions when brought before the- board. All four players -have positions and have been working regularly since ariiving. in this city. The resignation of Frank McPher- spn, secretary ot tho Aiberla branch of the amateur union was accepted by the "executive nnd B. D. B atlrum, 'of Calgary, .was elected to succeed him. The governors of 'the northern dis- trict will be notified lo appoint -an assistant, secretary lo act' for the )R. REID LIKELY TOST ON JOB OTTAWA, Nov. Canilafan Kcid, minister of rall- wnyc, had a. long Interview this mprn- lug with the prime minister. There has Ijae.i mucli talk of late of the probable retirement of Dr. Reid from the" cabinet nnd his appointment lo the sonatc. -It Is understood, lipwovSr, that thcfe Is no Immediate intention of making any such A Food That Young Folks Thrive Upon A body-building food made of wheat'and malted barley; Your boy or should have GrapeNuts "There's a Reason" 24 ..22' of which were performed In'tWlaa't 10 yearl. The last was 'on August whenHils" rjght arm and left wrist-'were ampiit- aled; Dr.'Infroit was" a great surgeon announcement', lit .1015 In the Academy of JiEdlciiio'ot Paris that he had 'extracted a ghra'priel bullet frpni the heart of ri spldler wn's read with interest throughout 'tho 'world. Auto Driver Is Found Bead; Kad Blow on the Head MEDICINE NOV. Claude Emery, an', was found, dead by th- roadside here 'at an ..early hour ..this morning. believed to have been caused'by1 a blow on the.head. 16th N.D FAHGO, N. D., Nov. State Bahk of. Tokio, In-BenJon, [ltd not open today, according-to atl- Vlc'ca'-'to Fargo banlre.'.'This Is the 16th'North Dakota close'on nccounfof depleted .reserves In two 4veeks. Bank officials snld they os- Heeled to re-open. Banks To Acl BISMARCK. N. U., N liy all the N'prth fwkcta banks ra nently closed on actounl of 'reserves aro espooted by slalcs Uatik- Ing, officials to bo taker) for nil liabilities of tho affected Institu- tions, according to ".Ifiloirtents made to the Associated Press. IS A QUEBEC MAN QUEHEC, Nov. Kobert nrlndell, president of the Build- -I- (ng Trad as 'Council of New -Yorfc, who Is haliig trlsd there on n charge of extortion, {3, n native lot Quebec, -lie resMed on street and wts at tlwe employed In iho Quebec Chronicle, It is said here. tj: tf t, (in the red'boi) A fen of tLesa tablets break up colil and the syMem of it TaUen in time, DOMINION CD Q you from having Tonsillitis, Bronchitis and racl-mg couglu that 5011 lo losi-'wcigl-t and appetite, and pull doT-rt >our entire sjslem. Ilie fact that DOMIKION C B. COLD are made by National Drug K. Chemical- of Canada, Limitctl v is the best assurance ol iheir ,D rier Plug SMOKING TOBACCO After of Still Canada's preference. 7F5 C.C.M. licat gives glass-herd running edge combined with a tough ewe which rr-aicca blades prncticaUy unbreakable. Heavily nickel-plated over to prevcr-l rust, in Canada Used by World's The famoiu "FALCONS" who won the Olympic Amateur Hockey Champimshlp'ot Antwerp last tpring-rwHh one exception used AutomobUe Skates. The entire American .winners of second- equipped with Automobile Skaies, MadeofSpecial Automobile Steels ;