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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 192l> THE HERALU PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS fvc Winnipeg Grain Oct. wheal ket was slow today and no choice butcher beef for sale. Yesterdays ruled, bulk of JLOOU butcher changed spreads. October vyheat closed losver; November down, and December 6c lower. Oats closed lower for October, and December 1 He down-for .May. Barley lUc lower tor Oclober and 14c down for December.. Fvye 1C .low- er for Oclober nuu'fiax'Tc lower for October and-November and 4c lower .for December. .Winnipeg Grain Quotations Open, .October......... H10 November......... 214 203 October G7% December.......... 62Jfc 66% pccember 32. Oclober......... 101 'October...... 113 October wao bid tocal Chicago Close Futures CHICAGO. Oct. futures Wheat, March torn. Dec. May Oats Dec. 51Vi; May 5SS: HAY 'MARKET (Prices Farm Product No. 1 Timothy No Timothy and Al- falfa No. 1 Alfalfa iContlo'ied from 133.00 30.00 27.00 November December 30G 310 310 No 1 Nor.. .2J7V- 2 Nor.. No'. -1 No. a -MO'-i MiinitolKt Saskatchewan Track. Alberta OATS- NO. 2 caa Kilra No. 1 feed No. 1 feed.. OS's Truck Feed Track No. 1 tf. C. W. Condemned Track EBBET'S FIELD, Brooklyn, Oct. fans, edge of whose enthusiasm was no whit; dulled by the White Sox baseball scandal, filled aU sUnds In Ebbet'I field today and saw the Cleveland pennant winners of .the American League, and the Brooklyna, cham- pions of the National League, do battle in the of thlt year's, world's All y the growers because of low jiriuea ,hey bring. officially'.welcomed home by repre- senlatives ot the governr.ent. A ma- jority ;vcrc women and children, many of whom had beeu in riuesia for sev- eral years. I-arge crowds of relatives .-and friends gave the returning French an iin'cctionatb and .touching welcome. TOUCHED LIVE WIRE WAS ELECTROCUTED MONTHEAL, Oct. a live electric wire at a quarry here yesterday, Ernest 33 years old, of St. Vincent De Paul, was elec- trocuted. tippio can 'ho reconstructed. No in- surance was carried. 1.31V4. were followed by a sharp rise, and'then'something of a sag. Oate, like other grains, advanced j after a minor dip, starting unchanged to'.Vic lower with December to 5t% and then showed strength. .Montreal.Stocks MONTBBAU local Etockrexchange dull during the Brew- cries-remained-steady, at G4. Rromp- ton i to ;Lauranlide. re- mained KuiirtiRnecr! _.int 111 as did Spanish at 113.- con- tinued'its upward drive by rising two more points since night's close. ]t is now 215. Steamships weakened :i half point to C3Vj, while, the prefer- red was stcaily at 76. Other issues were quiet.' Calgary Livestock CALGARY, Oct. cattle mar- MAINTAIN UNPAWNED INDEPENDENCE OF U. S. DANBURY, Oct.- ator William E. Borah, Idaho, one of Ihft "irreconcilable" opponents- of the League of Nations in the United States' senate, told a large audience here last nlght'thaf'the" Republican party as a party and regardless of the'Views of par- ticular Individuals, can he depend- ed upon to maintain the untram-' meled and impawned Independence of the United States. Evans oul to Konetchy. up. Foil strike' b'n Wambsganss Wambsgans's Kalamazoo, Micb., dairy .companies arc suing to recover thousands of milk bottles which they claim .house-' wives have used to can fruit, owing to the shorltige-of fruit Jars. OURlSiUN'G, pure snd, KeahhfuL- Makes brVm.an'd muscle.ChiMrin. .like bunted hut the talj rolled foul.'Strike two. Wambsgauss'new out to SpeaTcer up. Strike 1.: Bail i.-Strike two.' Speaker fanned, an'd the crowS' cheered Jlarquord. No. niiis, no Bits, no errors. up, Olson flied to Wood, hitting the first ball pitched. Johnston up. S'rike one.' Foul, strjke two. Ball one. Johnston struck put. Coveleskie's spllter was too much for Johnston: Sewell- threw out Griffith at first. No runs, no hits, un errors, SECOND INNING up. Burns ..Eont.up a high fly behind !6jietchy, who picKird-ui> the -ball nd tlirew into left fluid. Oardneriup. Irike 1. Foul strike 2, Ball 1. 01- on Ihrew outr.ardner at first. Vfoof, Ball 2. Strike 1. Wood Marijunrd empornrily lost cpnlrol. SeweH-'up lie man who took Chapman's placo ol a cheer. Marquard tried to.catch Vood oft first. Strike 1. Ball I Sewell singled Into right field, Wood going to third. O'Neill up. Strike 1 Ball 1. Bail 2. Wood scored on O'NeUl's double to left field, Sewel going to third. Marnmaux now warra ng np for Brooklyn. _ Covelcskie ujS Strike 1, Coveleakle grounded out: tr touetchy and Sewoll attempted to g lome but was run down, the play b'e lfl revenue raising tariff and not de- ball ope, strike' two; .ball tyro. signed to protect tho-coat operators. tariff ot from i 1-2 to 10 lief.ceut., ;anss up. Jlammaux and threw- oiit.at Ball ball two, lontvBVrlke 1: Jcjhnslon .nocked down Speaker's irrounder and .hr'ew'.hlW otifabiftrst. no up.; Jamie- 'ori'werit into left field Cleveland. Speaker ViAhed of a hree. base hit catch; EXPORT TRADE _. Hanufactitrers tlie exten- siosn of "trade in foreign countries arc oJTercd the assistance which this Batik's world-wide business connection makes possible, The experience and facilities of a depart- ment of the Bank devoted wliolly to foreign business are at your command, MA THE CANADIAN El ANK PAIDUP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND LBTHDIUDGE BRANCU-K. ft. Eeiltic, Monger. p. Ball 1. Ball 4. Milcheli balled for' Maramaujr. Mit- chell' lip. Sink" ball MHchell can not be'called and he objected to the stat'oment by the operators, by.which he claimed, they assumed that.the'tariff is purely Thefeiis, he-said, no need for a pro- tective tariff on coal. Mr. Gouge claimed that the opera- tors' statement ..is economically un- sound and'puts.the western pperators in a false posilion. i The statement may. laken, he said, as an act of hostility, by the Unit- ai' Olson' up. Wall 1, '-At this'poml'Nelsj a rejaest'on their part for a.reci- ran for Mitchell. Ball 3. Olson cgj ngainst Canadian importa ,_. Jphiislos-up.-'The fans _are her ginr-for KtriKe iop'p'e'd to Gardner.-' Griffith up; ith; forced- Olson.1' Wambsgans.s to Sewell. No nms. one hit, no MNTH'INNJNG C LEVEL dors went' into tie jpi Smith bailed for Smith up.1' Kilduff threw out. Smith'at first. Gardner np: Strike I-'- 'Ganlucr.groiincled' ouHo' Konetciiy. Johnston batted for TVoo'd. Johnston up. "Ball 1. ball 2." Cadore tossed out Johnalon at first." No runs, no hils, no -errors. went into right field :and Johnston plays, firsl base for Cleveland. Wheat up. Ball I, font strike 2. Wheat was thrown first, Johnston to Coveleskie. Myers" up. BaU V. Myers filed out to Speaker. Speaker made another nice cd ori'er'ators 'and may result 1. 'Johnston, K.A.'Prmgie, representing cer- lain textile industries'at ftie sessions of the. tariff commission today fileO flgures-to refute statements made by L. M. Gatz at the Monday session to tlie: effect that durinff tlio war tho prices of textiles in Canada were not, as claimed, cheaper thai! the prices of Imported, materials. He dejiien that (here was' any truth lu' the speaker's statement stock in The; Farmer-Banker Alliance 1 You go to your lawyer for legal advice to the doctor for medical advice why not to The Merchants Bank folfina'neial If you a loan to buy cattle, hojrs or if you want information as to how to invest money come to those who make a business, of financial matters, and aro in a position to giva you found and advice. r MCRCHANTS BANK. Office: Montreal. OF CANADA Established IEIHBRIDGE BRANCH. CALGARY STOCK YARDS BRANCH. si NobWoro- R. DINNING, W. T. ng KoDetchy to Johnston to Konotchy Konetchy up. Foul strike 1, p Johnston lo Konelchy. Two. runs, strike 2, Konetchy struck out. thfeo hits, No'runs, no hits, no errors. up. Hall 1; foiil, strike-11. Wheat .fljed -.to Speak-1 or'wlio made of seemingly .safe-hit.-. Myers. up. 'Strike J.- Strike 2. Ball 1. Myers died to the ball off Ihe' wall. Konetchy''up. -Konelchy oul, Sewell to Burns.' No runs, no hits, no errors. L THIRD INNING' Ball 1. Ball 2. Ball 3.'. Ball -i- Evans walks. Wambsganss up; 'sacri- ficed Johnston to Konelchy, ISvans tak- ing second.' 'Speaker npV Strike 1. Bail 1. Wheat, Ball 2. minis Sneaker flted out lo nj> Hall "all Z. Slrikd 1. Johnston look Burns; ground- craiitl 'Bvftiia-was" second' nnd Ihird, tiio plsy1 being Johnston to Kilduff, No-rtiHsvno hifs, no errors. Kilrtuff up. Strike 1. Sowell threw out Kilduff at first. It a close play ii't Ihe bag.1 Kreiiger up Ball 1. Strike .1. Dall 2.. Slriko Front I-age. '--Case of Coal Operators Coal operators represented by the se'crelary of their association, W. P. opposed before the morning se'ssfon of tho tariff commission, sit- ting hero.' nny tho larift on inrriorled roal. 'The association cHntrots cent.'of life, Alberta coal giitpul. or long years. Ttio-iiresent duty on blttimlnoua coa for railroad and induslrtal use, was held esscnUal by the .operators be- cause of ten reasons: It has en- ableii tho rtetelopment Alberta that he was prepared to prove thai all figures given the commission on be- After Vulcanizing by us your tires look the same as new tires just out of the stock, and know tho cost is only u small (if the cost oE new casings, can save your, old shoes aud tubes and add many miles and months of wear to them. Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works PHONE 1664 E, CHAPLIN, L-thbrldge. CETHBRIBGE BRANCH AT MACLEOD 3rd AVE. 8. B. CHAPLIN, MacleoJ. Have You Made Your Will? Every person owning property of any kind should make a will. If YOU have neglected this very, important matter, relieve yourself from worry and' anxiety this oversight, and ap- point us your Executor. BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST COT mines; (2) reduction of duty would 2, Ball R, Krcuger-was ftj, importpd 'coal lo..replace Al- !to Hums. Marquard up. i- borfa coal in Manitoba markets; (3) Osrdirer threw nut Jliumiatd ,al Prat. fattAnfne ot lead Xo runs, nn hits. 110 errors. FOURTH INNING ardner U ball ball i, ball 3, strike 1; KtldiiK tossed ont Gardner at fir.it. Wood up: Wood hit a long drive into loft centre .lol- Iwo bases. Tlie ball hit the bleacher fence, on the bounce, snd ha'd U struck rnchea hisber, It .would hayo been a'liome run. lldjl 1.-hall 2, strike I. Sewcli ftieii t6i Myers. Wood held second. O'Kelll'iip; Ball 1, ball 2, strike I. Wood scored on p'Nelll's fwo-base hit. It waSjO'.Velll's second two-base hit In the game, OPT- e'lcsklo lip: Foul strike onei> ball 1. Kilduff threw'out Covele.skiSUt flrsU Ono run, 2 hlls, no errors. up: (Strike ball 1, strike 2, ball 2.'-Olson shot a hit for Brooklyn "in ths "John'slon up; lo heavy Increases In W re- duction would r6larcl development of Alberta mines; (5) the installation of modern machinery would t bo stopped by the loss of Ire (6) hope ot will' Imported coal Into Northwestern Ontario woiilii be Im- possible following a reduced tariff; (7) on (issiirert eniergeiiey coal for .WesloVn. Canada would, ha Idst, liy the "jiilno devel- opment In Alljorta; (S) oilier indiis- Ides would bo adversely affected; (9) Alberta ns a province wotild-Iose rev- enue; (10) further Investments would IiVstoDfKMl follovv.lng a reduced tariff. DeytloplTiM''! rieioa. I'In a lenglhy (Jocument tbo McNeilC.'p.utlfned the development of the Alborla coal fl.cid's. There ho. 27f! coal inincs In 'operation in Alberta, FACE WAS FULL OF'PWPLES ForThreeYears. Hard and Awfully Sore, Disfigured, Cuticura Heais. "1 had besn suffetingwilh ft pim- ply for three ywts. My face was full of pimples and they were h4td ond awfully soic. They (ca- tered end dried up, and wAe Belly, and disfigured my face. Tney caused to lose a lot of eltep, and wrre awfully Itchy, malting roe scratch and irritate.my face. "I started to uss Cuticura Soap and Ointment I used tvro cakea c-f Cuticura Soap and two boxes ol Cuticura Ointment when I was (Signed) Clifford Yeomans, ChMwJcook, N'. S, UseCuUcura for tvery-day toiln purposes. Bathe with Soup, with Ointment, dntt with Talcum, 2fc. 2S HH. Sold IhroagbouttheDprhlcion. CanaaianDepol LETHBRIDOE W. PARSONS, MGR. PHONE 1M3. ALBERTA THAT WHITE, WHOLESOME BREAD YOU SEE AROUND THESE DAYS IS MADE FROM ROYAL HOUSEHOLD CANADA'S BEST FLOUR VOUF? DEALER CAN GET IT FOR YOU ;