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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta I'KIDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1920 THE HERALD PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS hand, there was gossip ot .a largo' EXTREMISTS foreign order lor wheat at'tho sea- board. Opccbg prir.es. which varied WINNIPEG, (kt. Hret of a butchers met little deaiand, cannere moatk no -iraproveinentj arid cutters aad medium grades betag In market cxmdHloas prices were. principal sellerc. very erratic. Toward tho close there The bidding on the sleep aad lamb to hUher levels, market was weaker, with good lambs pressure was comparatively.! changing hands at ?10 to (11, and MS B fair volume ot Wsiiess Umis'licted la '.he cash mar: .Wheat closed 5 l-2e lower 4-3-Jc lower for November and 6-8c lower for December; oats 34c to l-4e Wsier; barley 1 3-8c low- pber lobtr jjfcvember 'ifccemb or if or October 1 7-Be down for Do 'nber; rye 1-1? higher, for October ftar 3 'to S >Si! lower. Open- Close. 842 237 89 69 97 good mutton theep 56 to 57. Hegs ilecllaed BO cents, selects sell- ing at to local packers. Chicago Futures CHCAGO, Oct, Jutures: 211 1-2; March 207. 93 1-8; ;May 9S 1-4. Oats froia the same as yesterday's finish to 2 He lower with December 215 to 216 and March 20S to were fol- lowed by a material setback all i around. i Oals wero easier, opening %e to off, December 6514 to 56% .and iwtng but slight power to recover. HAY MARKET (Prices furnished by Farm Ltd.) No. 1 Timothy.............. }33.0I> No. 1 Mlied Timothy and Al- falfa------..... 30.60 No. 1 Alfalfa 87.00 (Prices to.b. Lethl.rldge ol WystormTears Down Wires And Poles is New York 67 J-S; May 61 6-S. Toronto TORONTO, Oct. the lead hojd by C. P. tC.wnlch advanced .four points to on tho Tor- 231% I onto stock exchange this mornlns 220V4' firmed up a little but practically all I advances were fractional. KeBectias S9U the increased demand for rails in the 61% .United States niarlset, C. P. R: opened Montreal and Quebec Get Touch 6954-the morning wltll an overnight ad- vanco of 2 points and In brisk trading 105S this was Increase.d by before 95% noon close. Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, !0ct. local L'.o.-k exchange was very dull during AT THE FRENCH CONGRESS France, Oct. reach labor congress, which Is clos- ng its sessions here today 'vras com- iletely dominated by Leon Jouhaux, "resident 0? '.io general federation ot abbr. lie obtained a vote of coucd- nee, repudiating all attempts at die- tallon from the otuside, or any mix- ng in the affairs of the French labor :edcration, whether from Moscow or elsewhere. President Jouhaui completely rout ed the faction which launched tho lasi May Day strikes. Gen, Seeley Given' By Teg Comrade EXCEED 1HE ft. MASSEY-HARRIS CO. ISSUE BONDS IN N. Y. NEW YORK, Oct. syndicate Is bolng formed ,o underwrite an Istue at four million JclUrs Masse? Harris company, Lim- ited, 10-year 8 per ceaL gold bonds which will be'the joint obligation of the company and ot the ris Harreiter ccmpUT, In the United The company, which h t Cuadrui concern, U thu first ULrge Canadian industry to oBtr securities in Uu York market for 19M. Enforcement o( prohmtkm In th4 U. S. is nid to to paying for lticl( In and value at 321 320 318 319 318% 1 No. 2 Nor...239 Mfp. 3 Nor. l-'lio. t Nor...S23 Manitoba ..............240 Saskatchewan.........239 .......Not Quoted No. 6 Nor...213 v No; 3 CVW... 69% 1 'feed- teed..- So. 3 C.W...lu9% Jectsd No. Z feed.. 6911 No. 4 C.W...104S the first half hour this morning and practically no trading transpired.' Stirling'Exchange NEW YORK, O'ijt. ex- change firm. Demand 1-1; cab- les ?3.48.. Canadian dollars ware quot- ed at 9 3-8 to 91-2 per cent; discount Bar' Silver NKW YORK, >Oct. sliver, domestic 89 1-2; foreign 91 1-2. Caljarv Livestock CALGARY, Oct.; market for cattle today was Anil and.ellshtly low- er prices! ..Receipts, cattle.437; calves 276V hogs good but cher ulcers to Ir'choiCB belters bulk to Of it, At Toronto' WASHINGTON, Sept. trop- 9554; to good stackers JS. to WINNIPEG, Oct. General E. B.'1 Sppley, commander of the Canadian cavalry brigade (luring the war, was given a royal.send-off by bis comrades In arms, last jcal disturbance first noted- by the. night; who toot, possession of him United States weather bureau as cen- from sli.p.m.; until tho. departure of terir.g-In the gulf was reported to-i his'train for Toronto at 9.1u. A re- night as havicg travelled northeast- ..ceptlon'ivas at which Jlon. liob- ivard, with chief disturbances off thej oif llogers, honorary coloiiel _of (ho New Jersey coast, j New York, reported a-hear? wind- storm which struck that citj1 tonight tearing duwn telegraph and telephone wires, flooded streets, uprooted trees and. broke many jilate A three storey brick wall, the ruins ot-i of tho Can- a feronx theatre, which wus destroy-[ ed by fire nine ago, WHS! blown over Mid narrowly missed w-mi ing a passing'trolley car. one1 was 1 injured. The storm waa responsible for several thousand-dollars damages in tho Times Square district, where Fort-Garry .HorEo'and Brig. General R. W< Patterson, presented the Winni- jis'a cavalrymen to their old dnr.- .During the afternoon General Seeley addresse't) the Canadian to tbem'Incidents of the adiun great v work 'In Franco. "The lepson furnished -by Canada in 'tba'- he declared, s'-'that p'fogres'a and civilization not weaken "a worthy nation's of endurance and valor." ..............175% No 3 O.W...278 Track J- liNo. 2 C.W. it' t'lKo. 1 N. W. C: 1C ond emn'edJ', i''.. il Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Oct. 1. {Dominion cattle, 230 'hogs aiid 500 sheep. There was no improvtnient1 iin the ..market this morning, and all classes and grades of cattle were alow and weaker. Good good tecd'en- to' large plate glass s'.or6 fronts calves good to medium to ?9; good-vfethers, ?8.50; lambs, 59 bogs averaging 210 pounds went to British Columbia at New York Stocks NEW YORK, Oct. Bales: C. P. R. 123 3-S; TJ. S. steel 80 1-4; U. S. steel preferred 106.1-2 Chicago Grain Market UKICACO, Oct. declines in the wheat market today'resulted from scattered liquidation by holders. Talk of Canadian competition was the chief bearish factor. On the other McClaiyl3 Make good stoves and Cooking utensils. The Bond Between Bank and Farm OTIMULATION of .grkuUur.l pui- O suits i< eiBential to she. welfare of the Dominion. This Batik, playi ill part B national institution. by lend- ing every, effort. and its vast lesourceft to lupport agticullural activity, to the utmoit. ere broken. Vessels Tied Up PORT STANLKr, Oat., Oct. he entire Tishiug fleet is tied up in a harbor here following a eavy gala that prevailed on Lake 3rle last night and again today. Took fioo' Off QUEBEC, Oct. of the most olent wind and rain storms' experi- nced in Quebec for many years ruck the city and district last, night, ho wind at one time reached a velo- ty of TO miles an hour. A portion of the root of St. John aptlste church on St. John street as lifted off and thrown into the treet, ami a" big'tree, 60 feet; in eight was uprooted. Snow at-Toronto TORONTO, Oct. north westerly gales during the night follow d by a heavy snowfall this morn'.ug gave this part of the Dominion 'an sarly.-taate.of.-.winler weather...-The emperature Is quite and tho pros ecta are for a continuation of incle merit weather throughout the day Virile-there'Is considerable anriely egardlng shipping on tho Grea ikefl, there till 10 a.m. no de- finite reports of vessels In trouble. Montreal Hit, Too .Oet, L-HConsiderablo damage was dono to property iu this city last night when one ot tho most savere wind and rain storms that Montreal has ever experienced swept er this district. This morning the streets wero glrown with branches and leaves whilo dozens of signs were torn from their fastenings and "blown Into tho streets. Numerous window panes wero smashed ami in certain districts the falling branches broke ths electric wires so that many citizens were with- out light this morning. HEAVY 'FROST IN PARTS OF THE U. S. tt Ibc ull an InTilrf.to tatta wltll .tor bruch UNION BANK OF CANADA Lcthbridge Branch C. C, King, Manager ilso at Curdrion and Barons Just PEOPLE have pride, ol course. Pride in .their ap- pearance, their work, or their homes. tliat's healthy. ,But tho sort of pride that sneers, at an Ingersoll watch because it's !ow priced is the pride that leads to extravagance and waste, Thomas A. Edison .isn't too proud to' carry, a Maple Leaf Ingersoll. Plenty other rncn foot prints are bn the sands of lime.with an Irigersqll.'.'''' 'C actr 'soil is a watch of. If yon had a servant or an em- ployee who gave .the sort of ac- curate, faithful service in all weathers arid con- ditions that an Ingersoll Maple Leaf gives, you'd be justly proud. You'd think you were a good picker, _ And when you can pick out an' Ingersoll Maple Leaf for SS.ZSV-or if ypv. want the .Eadiolite that tells time in the; darjfrr-you ought to be proud of the chance. t Mapli Leaf Edmonton' Blan Produces Fig ures Before Railway Com- Proposed Advance i EDMONTON, Oct, the granting of the application of the Can- adian express companies for a rate boost of 40 per cent would mean that the tariff In Canada eiceed across the border by 30 per cent., was j shown by F. T. Fisher, representing the transportation section ot the board ot trade, when the board ot Railway commissioners held Ihelr first session hero this morning. Tho danger of such ail adverse causing trade with American firms to be stipulated, was pointed out by Mr. P. H. Phippen, K.O, representing the applicants, later as- serted thiit this! was a matter more for tho concern of com-1 panles than the shippers. Members ot the tommisslon who sat here were Hon. F. B. Cirvell, chairman, and Hon.' W. JB, Na'ntel. Arguments con- cerning the eipfesY companies' appli- cation were presented from the board f trade. Alberta Dairyman's Associa- on, and D. Warner, i-epresentlcg 16 fanners.' J. Jt. associate secre- ary of the board of a esolution-passed by the provincial oard of trade, pointing out the serl- us situation for the west in the evetl t an acuto car shortage. Mr. Carvell said he had taken up his matter with B.- W. Warren, gcn- ral manager of the C.N.R. western ines, and had.lqarncd that the short- go -would-be considerably relieved within two weeks. By that time the compaty will have about additional. cRvS'.'iliiCTools it be In a position .f.p take care of all reason able demands for the 'movement of vheat. The company was Just anxious as the growers and others werq to get the WE crop moving and meet the requirements. Regarding prepayments on frelgh shipments from the United Stales in Canadian currency, this being.a mat ier'thst was brought up by Mr. Hutch inson, representing the board of trade Mr. Carvell stated that'there would b a conference of all railway, companie within a month when some solution wouid be attempted. While the chief commissioner was In Washington he had discussed the question with the Inter-State Commerce board and found that all that could bs done to meet the situation created by the present exchange. ra.tp. .was .boing, alternated. Canada Can What Britain Has Make and Control Her Own Trade Routes with Canadian Ships. Protected by die British Empire of which the Canadian Navy will a unit.' It Will'be an honor to this country.j And that contribution to All-British Seat Power in keeping with Canada's pre-j mier place within the Empire. Bmt m matt Jevtlop Sea-Conscious Spirit the People the Government the Schools. The Nuvy League ol Canada CANADA'S NAVY SOON ON WAY TO NEW HOME WASHINGTON, Oct. to killing frosls were reported by the bureau this morning, in-upifer the. upper Mississippi and middle and lower Missouri valleys and IIgilt frosts as far south as Ark; ansas, North .Mississippi and .North The bureau also announced that tho lowest temperatures for Oct- Qbpr 1 were registered this morning at Atlanta, Thomasvllle, Oa., Mobile, Aln., and Jacksonville, Florida and Tampa, 53 degress being registered at Tampa. OTTAWA, Oct 1. (Canadian Canada's navy, consisting ot ho cruiser Aurora, and the destroyers Patriot and Patrician, will be commi stoned', on November 1 and will leave England'for Canada shortly after tiat late. It was explained at.the depart merit of the naval service, that the commissioning of tho vessels means bat they are placed In the class o' active warships, H. G. H. Adams, wh( command the Aurora, will g< iboard his vessel, his flag will be joisted and tho urew wlH take ui quarters on fr.a ship. The two des Iroyers aro to he under the commanc of Lieutenants C. T. Beard and G. C Jones. Fifty men and boys liaye beei sent over from.''.Canada to form par IBO personnel ot tho vessels. URBAN POPULATION INCREASES 714 TIMES AS FAST. AS RURAL IN U.S. WASHINGTON, Oct. In the United States are increas- ing In population seven and a half times as fast as the rural dis- the census bureau showed In a compilation of figures Ing approximately 85 per the new census. The figures'In- dicated that the completed censui would show the majority of the population to be city dwellers. PARIS LONDON VIVAUDOU NEW YORK. MAVIS Before tie few drops of Mavis Toilet water and iprmkle of you are nady to motor oft. Mavis tals prwerre ill tie youthful charm'of your IU cool, Booth Ing touch will Rally light yon. No -woman's table It complete without two delight-, ful Adjuncts, I azor mitsdf ALL) safety razors seem'alike because of the similarity in ti- size and appearance, As regards the AutoStrop the resemblance ends there. Its peculiar and addi- tronal advantage is, that without being larger than any other safety razor, it combines within itself a self-stropping feature that enables the user to keep the blade sharp without taking anything apart. It thus prevents dull blades and the expense of buying ones. You may not be interested in economy of but surely yon want a good shave and that is only possible with a stropped Wade. Any dealer will demonstrate the AutoStrop Razor fo yon, guarantee or refund ol pur- chase price. Only complete with strop tni twelve tltdes In an attractive assortment ol Ultt. AutoStrop Safety Razor Co., Limited, AntoStrop Building, Toronto, Caiudi ;