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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1920 THE LETHBtUDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS Winnipeg Grain Market Oct. All grains i-iio'wed a decline asalu today nt the I'lbse. Miniieapplis .millers were cred' ited with buying 509.WO bushels of and buying inorn- Itig but not enough to absorb r edging pressure over week- ecd. October wheat fluctuated during the day and closed fonr cents down; November fluctuated clos- ing lower and December closed lower at the low point ot the day. Oats declined to barley to 2c lower; rys lower on> Oct. Doc. NOT. 176 S19 Csik PrlcM 1 Nortkero, S17 S17 SIT t; Ho. unchanged to l-4c' with December 87 3-8 to 67 then turn- ed weak. HAY MARKET (Prices furnished by Faim i- -i- No. 1 Tisothy 488.00 No. 1 Mixed Timothy Al- faifa 'SMS No. 1 Alfalfa HflM (Prices t.o.b! cart J Nortirtrn. Mo. S Northern. (3.27; No. 4 No. S, llOli Manitoba, Alberta, }iJJ. No. C.W, No. 6SSV eitra No. 1 feed, 67K: No. ,1 feed, C5H; No. 2 feed, 6SS; track. si PI OFMRAIL1Y id 168S Uied for 70 Thru its use youdrful No; C. W., 11.03; feed, 92c; rojerted. 54c; rack. 1.04. No. J C-W., Ji.Vl'i. No. 1 N.W.C., iSJT; No. 2 I.W., 13.13; No. 3 C.W., ora- demaed, }2.67; trade.- Winnipeg WINNIPBOi (Dominion etoaich no you can fayorite fooa.1 without tf Gases r Acidity Pilpitatisn A feir tablets of Pape's torrect acidity, thus regulating and'giving alrnodt Listant etom- ach relief. Large 60c When prdering goods uy mall send a Dominion Order. cattle, BO hogs and 6 sheep. Total offerings on the cattle market today, laclodlng a fair- ly carry-OTcr from yesterday, approximated 200. Trading this mom tog !y qnlet with all and grades of cattle decidedly weak arid pricea'in. line with close; The sheep and lamb market was quiet, due to lack ot receipts. No sales took place on the hog'mafk'et'toasy and the lim- ited number on hand wili'bp held orer for Monday's trade. Montreal Mock MONTREAL, Oct. trading on the lotal stock .exchange, .this morning was very weak and none of Ihe stocks did particularly Oicillng. Atlantic Sugar' went doira a half point in 125 from last night's close.' Toronto Stocks recov- eries were rail and traction slqchs in light trading on the Toronto exchange Ihis morning.- -C..P. H. con- tinued lo advance, selling up to 139 Toronto Railway sold 44 and Twin City at 40: Dululh Super- ior was marketed at 1G 1-2 and At- lanlic Snsa'r at' 125 1-2. Brazilian1 was slighlly higher at.36 1-2. New York Stocks NEW YORK, Oct. sales: C. P. R, 125; U. S. tteel. 86 1-2; U. S. steel preferred 107. J Sterling Exchange NEW YORK, Oct. er- change easy. Demand ?3.4S 1-2; cables, Canadian dollars werj quoted at s discount of 9 3-S per cent. Bar Silver, NEW YORK, Oct. silver, domestic 99 1-2: foreign 9L CLOSING FUTURES lucres: ?2.07; Marct, J2.03. MM; May, 93. May, Chicago Grain CHICAGO, in wheat was mostly-of a local character today. There was some free selling by local traders .-with December show: Ing .lltllo change from yesjerday, while March averaged higher. Alter opening 3-4c than yesterday's close, with December 212-1-2 to .515 aid March l-2'.to 209, prices flue-, lualed.wllhlu a narrow range. Oals. were easy, the market'start- MEXICO, CITY, Oct. Control the petroleum industry' in Lower.Cal foreia has been secured larernment and Japan 'dominates th same industry hi t he. state, ot Sooora according to reports prtnted- In. newi papers here which combine offlcia and The department of Indiuiry an commerce says that Alfred McKenzli a British subject, has been granted three-year concession to nplore and exploit all oil lands !n Lower allfo nit M-goYernnient and priyate lande included between- Santo Tomas :an Putna De Canoa's." It is nnofflciaHy d eland'1 .'the British? gdyernm_ent backing McKenzle. A similar 'conce has been granted a Mexican' su ]ect to operate the same kind concession, in another territory. Japanese corporation with Japane: government funds is behind the co ceaslonaire, it is stated unofficially. IMPORTANT DECLARATION. BY GOVERNOR COX PITTSBURcTKan., Oct Gov. Jaincc M. Cox told an aud; that met his train this morning In Plttsburg, that If- he were elected president that1, he would sit down with the senate and discuss the treaty.t- of peace and agree upon, resolutions that' would clarlfv ;the SDDBtntT, B. Unas, reaUtaf erf aMrwMac 'Out Canaiiu liib hve'UMtr.-tfeMM to fcBB ti ssjnort CuMtUn f SetV U4 Meh to- ctlra crUktafe C., 2; laujlc'rj Sbutbanipton, 1; 'NorwiclT C., 0.. StfutJiend Uv-4; Swansea', Northampton, 2: 'EVERYTHING CpOD SPORT ING GOODS? Quaker ,.There is a full natural flavor In Quaker Brand Jam. We folldw the old-time rs- clpe, even to cooking it In small batches, kettles no larger 'ban the mother of a good sized fam- ily of boys would use. Try this good Jam. Dominion Canners B. C. Ltd. .HEAD OFFICE: VANCOUVER, B. C. No Risk With "Diamond Dyes" Colors Never Streak, Fade, Run, or have that (Continued from 1'Yont I-age.) plosion in the financial district at 2.10 >.m. 'on September it, or later. He leclded on tbe hour, he explained, through seelns a friend playing cards and turn up the ten of diamonds and the ten 'of two tens. After Disarmament And Free Trade 'They Work while you Sleep" Do you feel all tangled you out by morning. headacrby, iiervous, full of cold? Tako.Capcitrfiis lonlglit for Wake up .liead cteart stomach right, breath sweet jstiul feelhig fine. No griyinv or inconvenienced Childrcu Jove Cns: your liver ;unl boivelB lo alralehleu i carets too. 10V 25f uO cents. M for Shin Disease J. p. it1 C6j, Ltd, drug- Tbe Rub-DowB AflerGoU i Absorb i neJ' Wiiai- lii.1 'kw. Uiolef, toil back ud ia ytoftf loae. .V Fno lor .xmuu v KxilMnf, firenctheidnc.' .CO grtite hi tr to yovr'tafer M Av t i bOItta 1 Each ot coti. lalna directions BO simple lhat any woman csn a new, rich, fmlclccs color Into worn, fihaMiv- gar- menls, draperies, covcrlnBS, erory- thing.'wlietlier wool, nlIk, linen, cot- ion or inlxcil goods. Buy "Diamond olhcr kind rerfoct'iciulls nro R'jaranleoi! even It you have uever dyed before. Druggist lias color card, showing 1C rich colors. A Dominion Kxpress Money Order for flro dollars costs three cents. OpnoBitlon: J. R. Campbell, F. T PotU, U P. Dowolto Tilleyi Jame: Lewis. St, John County, 2 Seals LMllson Henlley, St M. Currcn, St. Jonh." Opposition: J, B: M. Boiler, St John; Thomas B. Carson, St. Victoria County, 2 Seats; GoTern'ment: John Tweedale Arthurelle; J. R. McOluskey, Or L'nlled Parmers: George W.1 War-1 nock, Grand Vails; D. Wedmor'e Pick- oil, Hill and Dale. Madawsska County, 2 Seats K. Michau'd D. accbmatiou. Carleton Counly, 3'Seats Government: Robert Sinims, Woodotoek; Dr. M. E. Cummins.'llath. Unlled Formere: Hennlo Samuel Barlock, Fred Smilb.1 r Independent; Hon. B. Frank Smith, East Kloreneeville. r ineturned Soldier: S. O. Darlcr. i Sunbury County, 2 Seats Governmenl: Robert H. Smith, Oro-1 DIOCO; D. W. tYcdorlcton Junction. United Farmers: James Harding, JIangerville; It, 11. Smith, Wlssville. Koneton, 1 Seat Goverrtneiit: Hon. C. W. Robinson. Opposition: O. B. Government: Hon. Fred Magee, Reld McManns, F. li. Bourgeois, Fred j b.--Kstabrooks.'-.- lUnlled Farmers: B. Frank ntley, Matthias Arsenali, A. Chaso. Labor: James RobihKou. County, 3 Scats Government: S. T. Keith, Harelock; Col. 0; Wctniore, Cl'lflor..' Opposition: J. A. Murray, Sussex; O. Jones, Apohaciul; If. .y.1 Hick- ton, Hammonds River. W. HiiRgard. F. 'J. llocho, Snmtj iiVN. I'lenelling, Apo- haoul, TORONTO Ceniro.'of Shoppinj Busincs-; District ROOMS' NEW YORK, .Oct. moTeniem in the inlerest of disarmament, estab- lishment OH universal peace and free [trade between was begun hero last night Women's Peace. meeting attended by more than women. vfho .1 leader of the feminist England, spoke of conditions j .Withdrawal of English from 'complete cessation of war- fare on tho Irish, and the establish- ment of good wiU and love aro tho only, means o.f relieving tho.siluation there, she declared. i No Advance In The Commission Rates For Handling Grain .WiSNIPEQ, Oct. change In commission rates that are immediate- ly'and by the producer will be made, it was decided by a lorgo majority-, at a Bpecfal meeting ot the Grsin_.Eichaneo liuld Fri- day to .discuss proposed Increases In tha commission rates for handling grain. Some of the other rates, particularly those affecting trading between Amer ican and Canadian markets'in the bus iness ot futures, have been slightly In creased, but BO far as tho most im porlant service, lhat ot handling grain conaign2dvor shipped from country points. Is change has been made. lu all market! in the United State, tho rates hare been increased, bu there has been no change in tbi rates made by the Winnipeg Ornln Bicbange Since 1911. No Soap Better Your Than Cuticura -.ONLY'TABLETS MARp 'ARE.'ASPIRIN Noi -Aspirin at All wiitiout Ine "Bayer CroiiS" For Pain, Lumbago, Stiff-1 pafkaga which contains complete ncsa, Rheumatism, Sciatica, rcclions. TKen you arc n ami for Headache, Neuralgia, Toolh- genuine Aspirin pra- nchc, Karachc, take Aspirin marked ivith Iho ramd "Bayer or you are not taking Aspirin ut all, c pt on I r rllay c r Tablets ut in an .unbroken ''Bayer" scribed by physicians Tor over- nine-, teen years. Now tdade in Canarla. Handy tin boxes containing 12 tab- cost but few also larger .packages. .Tbere is only ono mvrt la Irfide marV Ip Canida) of ot JtiMio. of Eallcyllcacid. "Whlla It la well knowA that Aspirin 13ayer TnBnufaclure. to aEllst the public agalcit Ilia Tablet! of Bftrcr Coxapuj iriu aiampcii iriih iticlr geoeral mart, tbo ''Bayer CIPW." Ten nrs not cxpcrlmenc- Ing OitlC tnent for Eczema snl Skin Irrlta- It rctlcvca at once, and graflu- [GZEMA fnTpoAtflge. 6ftx a Mlcr.1 cr KiJmansori, Co., MlrJNEAPPOLIS, Oct. continued Its decline In the past week when It dropped 50 cents a barrel at ono the largest mlllt here today, This mill reduced Us price for family patents from to s barrel, Slow- est quotation for that grade since March 1919. Other flour concerns quoted unchanged prices today. FURTHER DECLINE IN BOSTON WOOL MARKET OTTAWA, Oct. reports lo the sheep division of the depart- ment of agriculture indicate a further decline In the Boston wool market as a result ot tho general' price-cutting movement, according lo the weekly wool market report issued today. The fact that a very loree proportion of this year's clip is still under tontrol of producers, liovrover, Is causing spec- ulators some anxiety. High clotting costs me being attrib- uted lo tbe garment makers, accord- ing to reports reaching tho depart- ment. Manufacturers claim to bo iiuol' Ing prices lo the wholesale clolhlng Irado at 15 to 20 per cent, pENMANS Underwear is de-' f signed to fit the human form without being stretched into shape. Perfect freedom of move- ment for the limbs and muscles of the body is made possible by. the uniqucelastic Penman knit, which allows the garment to stretch easily, with every movement of (he body. The nariie "Pcnmans" is your assurance of comfort qnd durability in Underwear. Underwear of __ Pentnans Limited, Paris: Also mcktn