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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALfc PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS 1WOOD BLAMESJHEAI CLEVELAND PRICE ON INEFFICIENCY CONFIDENT OF SELLING METHODS' WINNIPEG. Oct. on the and the t lost a y. Hiordau also.gain- local wheat market was extro'mely ed a point to a !j to today with, further dscliue Sugar aud AbitlM corded. There was very littlo demand! were steady at 120 aud respoetlve- tor wheat from seaports, but Other issues were quiet and un- 1oan mlllera aro it til in tho market.! changed. Tho demand for cash wheat continued Chicago Grain Market eood. Tho oata and, barley markets; CHICAGO, Oct. breaks In >-cre fairly ateady with trading value of wheat took place today October wheat closej 3 l-8c-.lower.) li'i. connection with assertions that November and December 4 i-2c lower; I country offerings In the southwest October oats l-2e lower, December i were heavy. Slowness of the export '3-So lower and 2day Ic down; barley demand counted also as a depressing ,l-4c higher Tor October. l-2e up for j factor. Opining quotations which var- Decomber.and 2c lower tor. May; rye Met) from one cent decline to '4c ad- Sc lower tor October and flax So high-! vance with December 199 to aud or for October. 4c up for November j March 195 were followed by sharp 211 202 1GO 295 i 1 l-2c up for December. -Open.' .Oclobor 221 t........ 2151: {.October. [December 61 October 102'i May October........... 170 October........... 291 292 December 298- Cash Prices .No. 1 Nor...220K No. 2 Nor..-.21SVi 'Xn. 3 Nor...210 No. 4 Nor...203'.i Track, :Track, Saskatchewan Track., 71% No. 3 CAV... C7'a 35x. No. Ttecd i feed..-'66% No. 2 feed Track ;No..3 C.W....107W No. 4 C.W (Rejected................... Track '7ST0. 2 C.W............... Wo, 2.C.W...289 Ne. 3 O.W.. .253 i 1 Track ..............3S2 j Winnipeg Livestock Oct. 7SO cattle, and C60 sheep. Trading was! .This morning with sales being completed 'in' line- ivith the 'close ot yesterday. Choice neifcrs changed ul fair to good sows, to 86.50; choice steers to '5S.50; with fair to good ranging from Bulkrof. best lambs ?10; good mut- i ion v.shee'i) _ for sel- ects. .'StUrtingi.on' Jlbnday next pack- 'crs have'iiitiniated, that sows will bo downturns all 1 OaIK we're bearishly affected by the Close, iaptiurj o'f grains, opening He to lie off. with December to 55% aivl keeping on the' downgrade. Chicago Futures CHICAGO, Oct. Close futures December March CALGARY, Oct. reason 5 there for wheat this year selling at leaver figuire than in This was. a question put to II. W. Wood, president of the United Farm- ers of Alberta, Friday. Jdr. Wood replied; "Prom tho stand- point ot the Jaw of supply and de- mand." he caid, "there.Is absolutely none; the only reason In .the world the Inefficiency In the selling ol wheat this year." He remarked that the Uulied-States .nil Csnada had larga supplies of wheat to sell; Great liritaiu and Kur- ope had tx> buy-lhls wheat. Tho only trucEtion at was the Dunn and Speaker Believe They Can Pick Off Victories at Home Field CLEVELAND, Oct. and full of 'confidence, despite fljeir two defeats, the Cleveland Indians arrived Britain- and other early today from Brooklyn to en- iOnS. (UTS TVirlimro (n aud. acting-la', an intelligeat manner, to get this wheat at the lowest poss- ilj'e price whereas Canada and the United States, as nations, are taking no Intelligent action whatever to get possible price." May May 595j. 102S.J HAY MABKET Karm Prodccts f'4 Ltd.) j 1 No. 1 Timothy J33.00 1 No. 1 Mixed Timothy aud Al- falfa 30.00 ,No. 1 Alfalfa 27.00 (Prlce.i f.o.b.. cara Lelhbridge or BOUNDING REVENUES ATOHAWA LOOKS LIKE MINERS TROUBLE IN N.S. Wonderful Increase in Revenue Receipts as Itesult of VOTES SATURDAY I'RBHEKICTOSf. N. B., Ocl. Toiling In New "Brunswick for the di: eighth provincial legislature since Ihe i abolition of the legislative council in 1S92 and what Is really the thirteenth legislature Btncfi confederation, will 03% .102% .168. .293, place tomorrow. Incidentally It will lie the first general provincial election in this province in which the .women arc electors and have the right to :vote. In 1C of the 17 constituencies there are contests." .GLACE BAY, M.S.. Oct. S. point strongly to the view that the Coal opera- tors will refuae to meet the United Mine Workers at Truro, N.S., on" Tuesday next to dis- cuss' the Royal commission's award, which granted the min- Increased "wages and other concessions. Th'e mine workers have officially turned down the' award. OTTAWA, Oct. Press) v reveiiues again mark the monthly statement' of the finance de-: partment. Heavy increases ln; Inland j revenues are the chief factor, and der this head-, a re included receipts for the luiury and sales lases impos-! ed in .the last budget. During the seven months ofv the finance year ended on September 30, inland revenue collected totalled In the corresponding month ot last year inland, revenue collections were only During the same periods also, Income tax receipts s'how. t One Hundred And Eighteen Millions Live Under U.S, Flag Killed A Soldier CORK, Oct. bombed a military lorry which was passing through Barrack street tins morning. One spl'dier was killed and three dan-1, gerously wounded. Two'soldiers on the e.B-' caped "injuryi opened fire o tho attackers. Tho street -was filled iiuhjecf 'to n cut.of 51.00 over the pre- .at ino time with people on their, way vailing price .to work. Two men and V woman were New York Slocks NEW YORK, Ott. sales: C. P. R.'127 1-2; U. S. steel, S7 3-S; U. K.'sleel preferred, 108. :-Bar Silver shot In the legs. ed a similarly Tieavy, Increase. During months of this-year, they wero during the seven months last year, they were (i2S. Revenue from business profits tax showed a slight decrease'. For. the'two-seven month periods it was, 1319, 1920, Total ordinary revenue during the month of September was as'cqmpared with tho total ordinary revenue In. September, ;1919. During the soyen months' perioi end- ed September 30. 'total ordinary rev- enue was: 1919, 1920, Total ordinary expenditure .was: September, 1919, Septem- seven months', ueriod, 1919, Capital expenditure in September >f last year was as com- mrcd last month... Theireduction Irely due to lessened war expenditure. Public debt Increased by, ast month. The-total net debt, ac- credit being taken for as-, sets, now stands at WASHINGTON, Oct. 192 population of .continental TJnile States" was announced today by th census .bureau as Thi was an Increase or 14, per cent, since: 1910. Today's tola docs not Include the population ot on lying possessions; which will be nounced as soon as the fignres fo Alaska and the military and naval se vices abroad are tabulated. It is esl mated, however, that-there are 11! persons living under, tha "Unit- ed States flag. the Dodgers In the fourth game the world's hero tomorrow. Conquering heroes never received a ore noisy reception than tho players when they filed off tho train. Streets eading to the Union station Ined with cheering enthusiasts who apparently forgot the two defeats Handed the Indians on the Brooklyn field. The players planned to tako a light, practice at League Park this alter- noon. Jim Dunn, president of the American League champions, refuses to enter- tain any thought of losing (ho series. We are home now aod it will be a different story to tell he said. Manager Trls Speaker showed no discouragement over the two reverses. Ho expressed confidence in his players to even up the score tomorrow. 20 KILLED IN ACOLUSlON Oct. tons M-ere killed and thirty others in- jured in a collision in wklth Venice-Milan express was InrblTed to-' day.'acoording to an Exchange Tele- graph dispatch from Rome based OQ advices to (ho Gtornila IXIUlli. The three rear can of toe were smashed la the collision. There are now It cues ot iliph- Tisdale. Sask. will be incorporated Uierla In St. Thomas, the city 3 a to-a. ils fearful of PRINCE of WALES CHEWING TOBACCO Canada's atandaid since 1858 DUBLIN. CHAIRMAN BANNED RESOLUTION NEW YORK, Oct. fiar silver, do- pUBLIN, Oct. The chairman of mestic foreign tho Dublin port and dock Ixnrd yester- Sterling Exchange -j day refused to allow the board lo vote YOHK, Oct. Sterling es-.' on a resolution received from the steady, Demand j cork Development association, cables .la.oj.. Canadian dollars were demning the action of the British gov- quoted at p'er cent, discount. eminent in prohibiting the entry of Montreal Stocks f United States eastbonnd passenger Oct. The local j vessels to Cork harbor. The chairman Block exchange was very dull during j look tho ground that the resolution Hie nisi half hour and practically nojalso contained a- reference to control itnuling took place, although a fowl of thO'seas and other matters dtstinct- j fractional overnight advances were ly political which, he declared, had flrorhpton rose to SiVj notbing to do with the dock board. Trade Follows the Merchant Flag of Canada IRIEDIOBIIE I'ernic Man Fined For Resisting An Pine''for Liquor Act Offence (Special to The Herjld) i FERN1R, Oct. quietness which has reigned supremo In- Mag- istrate Whimster's: court, so far as prosecutions of violaters o.f the pro- hibition net is concerned, has been broken.and quite a grist of fines has been 'contributed lo the city excheq- uer .within the week. Frank; Chard on, proprietor .of the- Canadian1 Hotel was- brought before the court, charged with a second of- ,fenc6 against the provisions of the Prohibition Act, found guilty and fined and costs. He was also charged with resisting an officer while In Iriq discharge ot his duty and fined Ho had un- dertaken, to lake a bite out of Con- slahle Dunlap's hand, when thai olllcer "placing him under arrest and tak- ing from him a jug in.which thu liqiilii evidence of his disregard for law and order was j The proprietor- of ths Napanee 1 Hotel was also pnrsuaded to part with on n charge of rilrvlng liquor in 0 Recreate The Wheat Board OTTAWAi ;Oct.. (Canadian .wheat prices i-are brliiBlng comm up i cations lo Ottawa urging restoration pt -'.wheat control, It Is not considered likely, However, that the government Jwill decide to re- create the wheat 'board, aHhough there is authority for course should, it' he .considered ,necessary, The decline in is observed, is world conditions and not the termination of the wheat'bpard.. RcRloralion of it Is.under-j stood, has not 50 considored in. .the cabinet council. TABEK REPORTS HEAVY (Krom Our Own Correspondent) "..TADEH, Oct. show- ers'coming from the-west.began.fall- ing over the town and district shortly after.'dne o'clock this .afternoon, the Vain .continuing with a tow short inter-j vals till aboht six, when IV ing. off. The showers' were of tho( sweeping variety, and the. heavy.'dust oE. the last, three months .has given piac'u' lo jmiil. Threshing- has .been tnmporarily interrupted, but may be- qin .again Saturday, with a good breeze tomorrow. The rain will great- ly assist fall ploughing, which has been almost out of the question ing to the dry soil. By willingness and ability to> ships Canada this year has drawn thai West closer to herself and to the i Empire. She can make preferential; trade agreements1 with other i possession 'contrary to the Act, ant' tender ttic Rnyal con- under the British flag without arousing tributod a fine of for internationat complications. The trade of people in: British Tropical Africa is waiting for us: ?o-day.. must have ships and a sea-conscious.spirit in and in the Government. West India Trade Agreement Would not have been worth the paper: it is written on had it not been for' Canadian ships, and the vision of Cana- dians who realize those facts. t The Navy League of Canada. OF DEVONSHIRE .RE- TURNING BY CROW'S NEST without the proper authority in the of a is reouii jy the law. There ore Indications of sllll oilier prosecutions, especially' so, now that, a strike is on and the necessity for a' strict watch being kept over tho dis- pensing nf bnotlogger goods Is rnosl urgent. NEWARK STARTLED HV MYSTERIOUS EXPLOSION NEWARK, N. J., Oct. City and surrounding towns startled shortly after 1C o'clock today by a mysterious explosion. Pol- ine and county authorities Immediate- ly .began an investigation but an hour later had boon unable to learn cation of Iho blast. Several loud rcportff caused confilil crabie excitement. NewspapTS and police headquarters we're with telephone calls, many persons be- lieving- that one of the numerous pow- der plants In the caslcrn'scctlon of tho slate had blown up, Canvass of nil bis powder manufac- luring companies anil ni, the govern- ment nrscnal at Ila.ritan, however', brought no Infi; VANCOUVER, Oct. Excellency (he Duke of Devon- ahirc, governor-general of.Can- ada, arrived here this evening from Victoria and left by spec- train on tho C. P. Fl. for Ol- lawa via Nelson, Oolden and fiovcmor-gcneral curtailed what w'as originally 'to bo 3 two days' stay hera, he- Ing still indisposed as result of Itls recent attack of illness whllo holidaying at Cnfnpbell Klvbr. t' ff POST TOASTIES for breakfast is like a hard-boiled simply can't beat it A clean start for the day! Out of your bed and shayed in three minutes., This is AutpStrop- Razor service. Easily easily nothing to take apart or' The only safety razor that sharpens] itself. Your travelling equipment is not' complete without an AutoStrop Razor. Any dealer 'will demonstrate the AutoStrop I Razor to you, guarantee refund of purchase price. Only .with twelve blades in an attractive assort- ment of cases to suit any purpose.; AutoStrop Safety Razor Co., Limited AutoStrop Building, Toronto, Canada f'ADE IN CANADA ;