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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 30, 1920. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MARKET REPORTS I.ETHBRIDGE GRAIN PRICES Prices "paid today for grain in Lelh- brldec, wnEon.load lots follow: Wheat..................''...I1.2S Oats .28 "35 Kye 1.10 Flax...................-.. l.CS Ellison Mills will pay.42 cents a bushel for oats delivered to their mills in southera Alberta. This la above- tho rejular market price as May November December May...... November December'.. May ISO 193 190 151 .Cash Prices WHEAT- NO. 1 No. 2 Nor...l7Sti Cainary CALGAHY, at the thl? morning vjere Cattle 407; calves 39; hogs none; sheep .320. The njarket'. ppeued ac- tice with the packers .buying. Choico steers medium to good to cows, medium to good to good bulls to Calves to Etochcrs, incdi- lum to good Jd.oO to feeders, niodiuui io good to good Wethers Ewes 5T.OO lloss .quoted off cars for selecls.' Montreal Livestock JlON'rKEAL, NOV. (Dominion yfero 33 cars of mixed stock for sale. today. Tha main feature of note was the abso- lute lack of any .cattle o feven medium Vas slow Winnipeg Grain Markets WINNIPEG, Nov. sell- ing of on the local market bad a bearish Influence on prices aud tho fulure marVcttv closed 3 lo 4c lower with c.isli showing a loss of 81-2 to 7 l-2c at tho close. Demand for spot wheat'was poor. Indicating, that NOT- ember contrae'3 had'been v.-ell taken; Track, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta ...___'..___....1C5V' No. 2 No. Exlra No. 1 I No. I1 .No. 2 Feed.. 42% i caro of but tUera was.a fair inquiry Xo-3 AW.., No 4 P.W 78 for early December delivery.- J grades Tho.oat market was not active, the being oulj fair for certain v j i w fi 11' grades while tho offerings wore soma- what liberal. Top grade Jiarley was. in fair demand.. Flax showed .little change, with a fair crushers at unchanged spreads. pats closed 11-2 to 1 1-Sc lower; barley 1 5-S ip.2.3-4e lower; flax Ic lower io 3 i-2c higher and 1 lower to 2c Cash flax decjlnep from S to lOc frorii the previous close. Quotations: WHEAT----- Oiien. Close. November......... 1S5 17814 1C5 May ___ 1GI 1C5 Noveraher......... 53% 50% December........ ElVi Tiloy 55% 54% November- S3 S5 December No. 3 C.W... Praised by Ifclidw Newspapermen on His Elevation LOKDOX, As- sociated newspaper- men were entertained last night by Sir Campbell Stuart la honor ol .hii re- cent appointment as managing editor of Ihe Tlcies, Lord Burnham presided and congratulatory from Ixifd Atholslaii; Sir Good lambs unchanged at tl.OO and d a few, good sheep sold up to G.SO. Thero were very few lambs on ..sals' today. Tho hog market was firm. Sellers were asking for 16.50. Toronto Livestock. TORONTO, Nov. receipts 297. There waa a Email run of catlls {his mornr Ing. Prices remained firm. for.all grades. Butcher choice to 11.50; butcher cows, choice 7.00_to 8-50. r. Calves, receipts 20G._'.-Choice -veal Conflemned.........'..-. ......150 at.-'17 cents for lops. (CpuUnued from Front ANOTHER BOMB FOUND IN ENGLAND NEWPORT, Monmoulhshlre, Eng. land, Nov. The police discovered a small-bomb at MarshflelJ, four and half, mllea southwest cf here today. Another bomb vras found at Rumhey, which la 5n the borough of Cardiff.. FOUR IRISH REBELS ARRESTED ilreland, Nov. The milltiury, after an eicitlng today arrested four men who are said to be of high rank in the irish RDpub- llcan army. ARCHBISHOP RATES CATHOLICS WHO PROTESTED The letter to the archbishop, which was published ill aereral New York newepapers was slgD'ed by sixty Cath- olics. H protested against what Is termed the infusion of politics ioto the Catholic church oa tho Irish quesllon. I Archbishop Hayes said the signers ot tho protest "are guilty of as ulca a piece of church Bolshevism as I ever eipect tpjjook upon again." THREE'YOUTHS ARE'SHOT DEAD LONDON, Nov. youths ot Ardee, county. Ireland, said to have-been connected with the Sinn Fein movement, were taken from their beds last night and shot dead, alleg- ed, ly by uniformed -lueii, said.a'dis- patch from Ardee to the Central N'ews today. The members o{ the special con- Track ................100 No. Z C. W......................153 Chicago Livestock CHICAGO, Nov. receipts beef steers extremely slow, tenulTjg lower, bulk selling around or below level touched two weeks ago; most uative; steers 58.75. to calves- steady, vealers around 513.00. Hogs, receipts .15 to 25-cents higher than yesterday's big packers doing. practically.' nothing; hulk io ?10.50; pigs 15 Bheep, Iambs 25 to SO cents .choice' fed western Ittmbs fiulk, to fat Bneep'25 cenis higher. Sheep, receipts 11CO; lambs slow, 13.25 aslfcd and a'few loads sold at 13.00. Hogs, receipts 2106; market steady and unchanged. Montreal Stocks MONTiiEAL-, Nov. local stpck exchange was-somewhai strong- .1700 Acres Farm land, Four Jiles South of Lethbridge 560 acres under cultivation, good pasture, over.mile river front i Fine set of buildings, with fences, and all in Al conditiorii 600 BUSHELS WHEAT, 1500 BUSHELS 600 BUSHELS FLAX i Full complement farm machinery; All or part of 40 head horses and 50 cattle.' '_-: See-. Albert E. Ives OR PHONE 1106. ft lower Prices on THAEIi HAS USED THE KNIFE Regular J65.00j Sale Regular Sale Regular Sale Regular Said FredTiiai f HE; 6TORE WITHvTHE 'REAL SALE. WHERE YOUR DOLLARS GO FARTHE'TL- BTH ST, SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE We are determined to clear out our real tailored Suits and Overcoats, aml'to make it move are giving still greater re'duc-, tions. Look over our previous lisls of-prices'and you will see we are cutting them away below costs for quick clearance. SUITS AND OVERCOATS 'Regular Regular Regular George Perley and Lord Bearerbrook were read. Lord Norihchliffo also sent a' messago regretting that medi- cal orders prevented his attendance, ".but gladly trusted In your (Lord Bnrnhain) oratorical taierit to sing Campbell Burnham said the gathering a'compliment to Sir CanTpbeirstuart, but also to the great dominion of birth. ,The'toast ty Ru'ssel and Apsler. Sir Campbell Stuart said he was confident that a practical evo- lution" anil interchange of'newspaper staffs' throughoutJthe empire' would materially benefit the press and (he empire, for lesson froin'tho im- perial press conference'Tfas that tho journaliEt should'travel. NEW: YORK, Nov. polico have been yarn- Patrick J. Hayesled to hold themselves In readiness lor public last night a long state-1 ment In're ply to a protest of a num- ber of prominent Catholics against the attack on the Union Club on Thanks- Fein sympathizers, in which he: declared that" he" "has neither ap.ology to make uor regret to express to small group ot Catholics, vfho ia violation of the raost eleaientary rule qt ordinary polltness among-weU-hred.people have seen fit to address.-ino through the medium ot the public the occasion being or- ganized attempt of general 4i'ciago to iroperty." In Bootle, tho Liverpool which suffered Iroin tha InceEdiarlsaX of last Saturday "the" speclsl constabulary was called Out today. Tho' corporation of Bootle -has decided, that the town hall shall not be allow- ed to bo used for political meetings, application having been made, for UEO of the ball by Irish Socialists Jer a tueotinE next Saturday.' In Liverpool every possible pr8can> tton Is beljg.iakeii 'asainst i recur: rence ot tho trouble. The dock's and sll other which might be at- tacked are heavily guarded.' Thi search for the Incendiaries is being vigorously conducted and seven men are under arrest The Liverpool Echo Bays one of tho men arrested Is a minor official of .the customs staff, aild that no charge nas beea against him as yet. or during the first hour this and pricss were, fractionally bijncr service should the continuance of trouble in England, charged to the acount of the Sinn -Fein, 'necessitate their being called out. The special constabulary1 is -composed- of .thous- ands of civilians who voluntarily assist tho reguiar police when necessary. The police this afternoon issued a statement with regard lo the carl> morning bomb explosion hero In the course of which It wa-i said "As far as the police authorities can judge the evidence does not point to FARM SOLD FOR PER ACRE WILCOX, E Is believed. to be a record prico, for farm land In Saskatchewan, per acre, for a section of was paid here re- cently by W. V. Drew to John Ring- Sahl. The total paid for the farm and. buildings was This dlfl include equipment and stock. The farm is situated about one and halt miles south ot town. than yesterday. Abitibl, wits weaker by a point at'55 and Atlantic Sugar was steady at 24. was 14 higher to 53 1-4. Illordou was steady al 147. Spanish River ad- vanced 1 1-4 overnight. Wayagauiack Iho weak .stock In yeslerday's trading, was steady at 87 during the first-hour tliis morning. Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Nov. Rural bank failures'put bulls. at a disadvantage to- day in tho wheat market. Besides there was. a. considerable disposition to the advance 'during the last few days as sufllcient.for the timo being. On the olher hand casli'honses were moderate buyers of the. Decem- delivery.- Opening prices ranged unchanged to 1 3-4c lower with Decem- ber 155 ,lo 155.1-2 .and March '152 to 163 and were followed by brief .rallies and their by' setbacks all around. Oats were easier, opening 1-8 lo-l-2o lower with .May 43 1-8 to 49 1-4 and descending a-lriflo more. Winnipeg LiveGtock Nov.' (Dominion Iteceipts B90 cattle, 560 hogs and; Bidding was brisk thij morning for the limited of- ferings and-niedium to good-quality butcaer cattle advanced .from 25' tp 50 cheep arid feeders steady; top .lambs cputs, with goo'd'femalcs showing.the most and, feeders were b'eiug 'absorbed' at, steady to strong prices. i Bidding; on the sheep and lamb ket rcniaineij. generally iirin. Top lambs best of ?G.OO. michaiised. .Selects. 'Chicago Grain Close futures: ilafch 150. May Oats-Dec. 44U; May Omaha Livestock OMAHA, Nov. 10 to. 20. cents medium and light butchers J10.0D lo top bulk strong weight and flack- Ing grades i Catlle, receipts S50i beef steers and she slock steady to-wcak; )AHa and steady; veal weak. Stockefi feeders steady to strong. Sheep, receipts la'mbs and .rearlings strong to 25 cents higher; f 11.00; yearlings South St. Paul Livestock SOUTH ST. PAUL, Nov. receipts market very slow; mostly steady-to weak; few beef steers here better than, common grades; hulk JC.OO to nest sales I'late Monday hulcher cows end heifers inostly lo up to better; canners and 'cut- ters to stackers arid feed- ers extremely dull, many loads uot oven attracting bids. Hogs, receipts market 16 to 20 cents higher; ratigo to top pigs 49-50. market on lambs 25 to 60 cents higher; hulk of good and choice natives to ilO.75; fat sheep steady. Chicago. Cash Close i CHICAGO, Nov. -close 3 red 182 to" J83; No. 3 hard 167 1-2 to 1CS 1-2. 2 mixed' 72 3-i; iNo. 2 yellow-77 1-2. 2 wlilto 4S 3-4; 3 whfta 40 1-2 lo 4S 1-2. ,N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK, Nov. sales 110 3-4; Tj.S. Slcel 81 3-1; US.'Sl.eel preferred 106 3-l.; N.Y. Funds YORK, Nov. ex- chaiigo steady; demand ?3.48 3-8; 53.43 1-S. Canadian dollars 11 7-8 per cent, discount. Bar Silver NEW YORK, Nov. silver; donics'lo 99 1-2; foreign SS 1-S. Manchurian Massacres Charged by Canadian Missionaries in That Country TO5CYO, Nov. mis- sionaries .in Mancauria have sent a signed statement to Ute'Associated Press- tuliliig 'of massacres alleged .to have., been committed by'Japane'so troops in Chien To'a. Jlartinl a Presbyteriah' mission afy-at Yong Jung 'says "The" Japanese sent troops Into this part of China vVlth the seem Ing intention of .wiping out the entiri especially jaw men.-- .Villages .were .methodically burned daily, and" lie males in them were fihoL --.Ypng-Jung is surrounded by of. villages which suffered from'fire and wholesale, Dr. Martin ,gives' ,by .su'r- vivors.which describe th'6 JapaneBe in- fantry las surrounding the villages and'settiDg flrc to the crops and shoot; male inhabitant. He names1 32 villages in which massacres occur- red or which were.burned. vil- lage, persons'were UIIled. :Reports received1 frbtu other mis- slonaries tend tq; corroborate tiie story of Dr. Alartiu. Tne-war office here informed ,ho correspondent -.that-'there %.woro! troops in tho-region, referred to. Churches and schools had been burned when there-was evidence- tha t: they wcro being used for the purpose of, creating disaffection. Ifc was also de-i clarcd" that the only villages burned j were those in which a tiiajority the inhabitants were leagued with'out- lawa.'- jj! A commission of.lnqjtoy has been- sent to the scene. DELMAY'SFRENCH HAIR TONIC The greatest iiivenlioh of tho age, now sold in Canada, grows hair, brings bach the lite and makes flair beautiful. Price in Canada. Sold by one druggist Ih1 every town, pold In Lethbrldgo by .Sydney Jack- son, Prescription Specialist. Phone 364.' Across.from Alexandra Advertisement. HEADACHES Make Life Muerable FIRE AT GRAVENHURST; PATJENTS SAVED GRM'KNHUHST, Out., Nov. Ty-'p hundred pallonts In the Mn'skolta Kreo Hospilnl for t'onsumplion wore carried lo safety early.'lhls morning when lira destroyed Ihcyialn buildings oi institulloii. f JUss Lillian Powell, Iho 'pallent imrsn in tho njaln btiinilng'fsi.given ranctl praise (or her action In csirryine a Tyo'man down the lire escnilfi from a second storey window. T'ho fact that the mnln building was bed irfade the work of clearing the wards more Itian Ordinarily dlfflcult. Miss Grace1 O'Boyle, aged Ot- tawa, was found dead in her homo, the My 'guarifc Are 'dogs; .Heaflaches are on6 pj the most ag- grnvaling'troubles have, and it Ifl hard lo Etniggle; along with n head THal nchos arid'gains' all the lime. Headaches seem lo bti.habUpai with many people; eotne'' in seldom, if over, free .from theni', con- tinually froni tho dull tho Intehsn iiilna; sometimes in on? part, r.pinetimei in then ognln over the whole head.' Thare Is only ono way to re- lief from Oieso perslsteht headaches, and'that is by going direct to the seat o! the trouble, for.unless the cause lit removed, Iho headabbes will still Titiniio to oitist. The'fact that llurdock .Blood Bit- ters keep Iho stomach, liver and bow- els toned up Is proof enough to sliow that'll will eliminate :th9 -cause of the headaches, Mrs. Harold ;0iven Sounrt, Ont., system run down arid ray blood out of order. I sulfered a great deal; from severe pains In my head, which made me feel very miserable. 'After having tried other remedies, t a boltlo of Burdock Blood Bitters, and was very sjfad to rioljce" 3 uecidud improvement in my so I look another and am glad to say that It lias done an cndrmint. amount fit good. I hayo rccoir.mentled It to my friends, who were In a.binlUr' condi- tion, and they all say it Is ft Tron B. B. B. Is put tip oily by Tho T. Mllbum Limited, Totonto, 7 .Yield as high as 8 per cent. The amount of the issues ran from to and up; IP There are no commissions of any kind chargeable to 9 'The term of these bonds is usually 10 or 15 years, _ TKey bear interest at the rate of 8 percent, per annum, payable by coupon yearly with an instalment of the principal, The Issues are authorized by the Board of Public Utility Com- missioners after investigating the finances of the dis- trict, and the funds raised are'expended on school build- ings and equipment for educational purposes on approval of the Minister of Education. They are recorded in ,the DepartmeHt of Education. All the assets of the School .District, comprising from to 6f protect you in tjiis investment. .These are high class securities with high interest return. No investment safer or better. Ask your Banker. -These Debentures may be purchased through thp Department of Education or through any recognized bank or bond house ;jt in the Province of Alberta. A'ddresa ail communications to Deputy Minister of Education. HON. GEO. P. SMITH, Minister of Education. J.T.ROSS, Deputy Minister of Education, Parliament Buildings, ,j Edmonton, Alberta ;