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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FIVE .THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 13, 1920 MARKETREPORTS Winnipeg Grain Market WINNIPEG, Oct.. wheat market was again showing a strong tendency offerings wero lighter than lor. some days. The fea- ture of the market was the reports from tho country that farmers In many plates are holding meetings aud advo- callus the holding ot wheat for high- er prices! I.lno elevator companies reported that the producer was an'uu- wllliiiK seller of all grains. American milling inlerests wero lareo buyers of futures. The -coarse -grains held steady, to 111; butcher bulls, common, to Calves, receipts 173. Good veal }13 to ?1S. Sheep, receipts JS50. Top. lambs were HOES, receipts 715. Off cars, weights, selects, ?19.SO, to Chicago Grain Market CHICAGO, Oct.- IS.-H-Whe'at prices today In Chicago-renected tho of values yesterday In while the market jhure was doted. Lator, however, something of a rally took-place here-in connection witli Girls Dress Too Expensively Taste of Wives for High Priced Articles Becoming More "Costly Each Year ember CJic up and-'December I i.1-0 oats 51 e higher for October, Sc "P for December and. for May; barley 114c, higher for October, llicup; fo'r'December and >Sc higher for May; rye higher for October; flax Uigher for October, le up for November and Vic lower for Decent- bet. Quotations Open. Close. October .....22SU -233-% November December 211 Vi October' necember Hay.... CS14 October December May were holding beljv cent; of their wheat .05 KItMONTOX, Oct. many oDke girls dress and thai tho tastes of wives for high- priced articles are becoming more costly each staleB by Mrs. T. treasurerxof the- local Couucil of Women, wlieu appearing before the minimum wage .committee at: Ihe Wednesday moriihig session.. "What young inau today, uuless he has' a established! or aiprofossloii; could keep a wife; with the 'expensive .tastes she has acquir- anis ed, mid th'ey. aro bcconiiug.nioro ex- pensivei each said Mrsi Taylor. ,Jn giving-.an estimate she liad se- curqd the. living costs of a girl, .Mrs. COT FIFTEEN MONTHS Reporter.) MACLEOD; Aiu, Oct. When tha criminal auliti open- ed this morning Sam Saundcra, pleaded gul.lty, to jkriaking Into the F, H. Thomiwn and compiny, Bialrmore; and (teallng valued at Judge Mc- Carthy said h? would be lenient with hlmVand to fifteen ninths'In the Lethbridge jail. BlUNIMM I Hepori at Shanghai That I'ekin Government Has Keen Overthrown followed by upturns Jrem. opening figures; Oats were easier as .a result ot tho weakness of other grains, opening to dowji, December to and .displaying but little, power to recover. Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Oct. local Taylor isuld, but- these had not been made to cover prices of .crepe de chenc blouses' or, silk hose, as'mafly girls thought necessary. She e'nbmlUed. an annual expense of a "girl's living co' ot a weekly' 'average i'' _f In- her Mrs. Taylor esti- mated the board, and room of a girl at ?35 a month or 5420 a year. She Unew ot places where that amount was To Where He B Stands on Public Ownership of Railways and Ships SHANGHAI. Chang Tsao Li Tien, has overthrown the Poklu gov- ernment and proclaimed a monarchy, according to a rumor current -in this city WANTS CANADA TO BE REPRESENTED IN IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT LINDSAY, Ont.. Oct. Sam i Hughes has handed out a copy of a j notice of motion which he said he i would introduce In Ihe bouse of com- i moHS at the neit session to the: effect f [that all parts of the British should bo glvun fall responsibility and representation in the Imperial parlia- ment on an equal basis. Sir Sam's proposed resolution lakes' the ground that such representation belongs to the various dominions by right, but has not yet teen extended to them. He suggested sovereign parlia- mentary action should deal with only matters, in- .change and defense. LITHUANIANS PLAN TO RE-CAPTURE VILNA LONDON, Oct levy of citizens who are cap- able of bearing -arms Is proceed- ing In Kovno vrtlh the a counter-attack by the Lithuan- ian! for re-capture of Vllha. held by the under (Jeneral Zellgouski, tayc a dispatch to London Times from Koyho. pathizers lu the United States] Haal so apologized, on behalt of the peopli of the United Slates to the British and Canadian delegates for the Inter- ruption which had occurred. Oct. 13. General international i governor of Feng stock exchange was exceedingly uclivo pa'ld.' T.hb cost of a suit was during the first hour this morning, j CSTi 1 The feature was Atla'nlic Sugar which 68'.i opened at li9 after closimj-last night 99% ...171 October October............SH December...... .....30' Cash Prices WHI5AT-- jut 120, and then immediately dropped .four and three-quarter points to 114 1-4., {.Brazilian rose R1-4, point to 35 1-2, 9JVi while Abitlbi lost a.half point to 11. National Breweries lost a half point to 63. niordan was strong, rising 3 ITS'lt and' 3 1-4 points to 221. Spanish Kly- cr lost'a point to 110. Other issues were unchanged. x Chicago Futures CHICAGO, 'Oct. fut- ures: 20916; March No. 1 Nor...23S% Xo. 2 Nor--236% 2055J. No. 3 Nor...227% No. 4 907S! No 5 Nor...210% No. 8 Nor... 1911% 5GW; May 60Ts- Nev; York Stocks NEW YORK, Oct. sales: C. P. It. U. S. Steel 87 H; U. S. Steel preferred HAY MARKET (Prices furnished, by Farm Products Ltd.) No. 1 Timothy.............. 533.00 No. 1 Mixed Timothy, and Al- falfa......... 30.00 No. 1 Alfalfa '27.00 f.o.b. cars Lelhbridga Coaldale. Asked by Mr. McCrcath why only .s-p dollars was allowed for magaz- nes instead of more for newspapers, Irs. Taylor replied, that many gh-ls would prefer: to look at the fashion ilate ou a magazine Inau set a news lapcr. No. 2 Feed.. C2 ............OD Feed Track, Manitoba Track, Saskatchewan Track. Alberta.............-.233% _ No. 2 C.W... 72 No. 3 C.W... Extra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed.. G71 Track -No. 3 O.W... No.'t O.W.. .109 Re j e'cted U Feed ...........IOD% RYE- NO. 2 C. W. .........'.........175% No. 1 N. W. C..................310 No. 2 C.W...306- NO. S1 C.W...270 Condemned '.....2CO Track ...........30D Sterling Exchange NEW YORK, Oct. ex- change easy; cables -to 10 per cent, discount, Bar Sliver NEW YORK, Oct. sliver .doesmtlc 99K; foreign 87. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Oct. (Continued from Front Page) :aced at 475 or J37.50 a year for two ears, while a 'coat would- wear sro years. For three pairs ct shoes. wo pairs of-rubb'ers and a pair of MONTllEAL, Oct. at the banquet tendered him last night by the Pro- cosYs club, C. Ballautyne, 0[ said that now a member of National Ijlberal-Conservative Koveniinent and that Ihe people of, "anada.were up longer Interested ,In Iho.old party divisions. This party, lie said, would even though the pres- ent government'were detealed at the polls In the next general election, still form the largest-group in tho Do- minion. While the farmers' party was the estimate loves would cost was {29.50; P cconJtns to a rumor current -in this Kt'nzlo King, the Liberal leader, did npt express hjs' vievrs on tho big prob- leinaVof. public, ownership ot ruilways and ships, our imperial relations, and, i if he reduced'the was asked state by-what ways and he oposed to make up the cbnsQcjueut ficlt.. Last night's banquet was one of brilliant political gatherings er held here. and then started west. Witness star ed across the street tn the adjoining policeman he said.- Krewin had his gun up and witness -went back to .Ills barber shop thinking more shooting pending. "You arc quite 'plear in your mind then, who asked Hattt- cson. "Usher was the next man to come. cattle, 520 out." was the'answer. hogs and SCO sheep. Trading was fair-1 Mr. Jlatheson repeated his Question ly active today, pith little or no change in quotations. Choice female butchers with limited number topping at Choice but- cher steers ?9.75 to >10.75, bulk, best stocker steers and 'heifers 55.50 to 16.50. Sheep, good stuff to good quality lambs to ?10.00. H6gs .wero steady at for j door, nd tlio witness answered "yes." .Other witnesses .have sworn that Akroff came out of the building before Bailey. Handall Was sure BassoK fol- lowed Bailey, p.nd ho had.no recollec- tion of seeinc Alcroft emerge, from the Hellevuo Cafe. witness did not see any bullet holes In tha platform or around tho 'Calgary Livestock CALGAliY, Oct. cattle mar- ket was steady today with local pack- ers the heaviest buyers. -The receipts were: Cattle 577; calves 3S5; lioss George Cantallno, who conducts a fruit store in Bellevue, on the opposite side from the Bellevue Pafo and n little west was tho next witness: Ho said he heard shooting on the fatal afternoon and ivhon ho got out of his Montreal Millionaire. Put Sir Barlon Up Against a Great Horse .WINDSOR, Oct. this morning is quiet after (lie running of the big turt classic yesterday at Kenilwortlr track between Sir Ilarton and Mar, O'War The Windsor auJ Detroit pacers hail T.Ian 0' War as the champion of chaui pions, but also eulogize Commander J. K. L. Ross for his exceptional.- cour in agreeing to a match with the champion thoroughbre'd, Man W.-B. Burko, writing iu tho Borde Cities Sun] eays in part: r "Will J. Itoss become the Si Thomas Lipfon of Canada? It is 1h second lime in his racing career tha lie' has triejl to send a champion t tiualters. Will he return t he "The defeat of his great horse yes erday was no disgrace. He met th reatest horse that ever looke hrough a bridle and wo belieyo.tha we'can Eafely say that it ges to produce another horc-e of th ;amo calibre. Mr. Koss is not Igno ,nt ot tho powers of the horse tha his trick was going to meet, and w have to give him the credit of hpln a gamo'man for i consenting to th natch, and it is the feeling of tl general public that may he opportunity or pleasure ot owiiln i champion of champions before In C2; sheep 113. Four steers averaging store he. saw two policemen coming 1305 mads the bulk to'from the.cafe. Another man followed cows topped at ?6.10, the bulk with two guns. to bulls topped at Ho Identified BassoH as the roan stockers and feeders same as yester- day.' Calves topped bulk ?8.00 good ewes mado }i.25. No hogs were sold. Quotations J23.00 off cars for selects. TorontoiLIvestock TORONTO, Oct. U ranch) receipts' 881. Choice butcher cattle'In demand, and pricey 50 cents higher. Cows about 26 cents higher; hulls steady. Stockers ..and feeders a trifle stronger. 360. Choice .veal stronger. Tops Sheep, receipts Packers bid ding J12.50 nien hold ing for 413.00.'1' Some sales wore.made at lan-.bs sold. Hogs, receipts Market un- settled; Kedrand watered basis, sel- ects to ''i" Montreal-. Livestock Oct. receipts 450. There IB a very Sight run of'catllo for this who came out ot with the gnns and sltid ho Bassoft was ilio man who shot. Bailey. Thi witness did not'se'e Akrott until'h was attracted to Ihe vacant lot eas ot tho bank by a crowd. Akroff was then nest racing season comes to an en There are only a Tew men of the Ko" calibre that dabble In tho great gaii known as the king of sports." WENT ON STRIKE AND THEN ATTENDED MASS THETFORD MINES, Que., Oct. 13. OTTAWA. Oct. 13. (Canadian H. assistant de- ,mty minister ot tlie department of soldiers' oivil re-establishment, who has Just returned from New York and otlicn points In the' eastern United States wriicli be visited as one of, the Canadian delegates to tlie three hun- dredth anniversary celebr.Htlon of the landing of the. Pilgrim fathers and establishment of, responsible govern- incut in the United Slates, referred to ,an interview with the Canadian Press, lo tlie Carnegie ball incident mentioned recently in the newspapers. Mr. Scammell was on the plat- form ut Ihe Carnegie halt mass meet- Ing wliich interrupted by _ some SCO asbestos miners have! women associated with the SIunM-'ein struck here for Increased wages. They movement, said that as far as he was belong to the. National Catholic Un- aware, tho number, of women who Ion o! Miners. caused was small. They No disorders o! any kind have brok- displayed banners, one of. which boro en out and the men attended mass af- ter making a procession through the streets ot the town. Frank Merrllt, 71 years old, of laud, was fined for breach the 0 T S. Ibo words .''Sir Lowther Grant, You Are a Brilish Spy." Tho women were forcibly ejected from tho building following which Samuel Gornpc-rs, pre- sident of the American Federation o Ijbor. took the platform and denounc ed ihu activities of thS Sinn Fein sym DO WOMEN SUFFER When There is Such a Rem> edy for Their as t ble Compotmd? "I hid Reb I >evere femals weakness that I mold not do my work aid I could not fit any- thing to relieve me. A physician treated me, but it did no good. I had been ta toil condition fot three months when i began taking Lydia E. table Compoond (tablet form) and it cured me. 1 able ta do my work now. 'I certainly praise yonr Mrs. SCDA OLD FATHER, West Second Street, MisbBwaka, Ind. Women who suffer from snehaibnnibi ehould not continne to aronnd fchd do their work under such conditions, but profit by. the experience- of Mra. Old- fatberandthouaajndsof otherswboBaTa tried this famous" root and herb remedj, Lydia E- Pinkham's Vegetails Com- pound, and found relief from' meb suf- fering. If complications exist write the Lydia Pinkbam Uedicine Co., Lynn, Mass. The result of their ,40 years' experience- in advising womca oa luvjoct is at your service. USEUIIIE KICKED A CANADIAN CITIZEN OUT OP A KANSAS COMMUNITY TOPUKAi Kansas, Oct. A. Uykslra of Tppoka, a Canadian citizen, has filed suit in federal court to cob- led damages from Hudson, Stafford county, alleging he Tvas seiz- ed by. a mob, beaten and ushered out ot town. said he told a at Hud- son that he was for, right ot free speech a free press" where- upfm the liioh bruised and kick- To Carry Banners Denouncing Premier of Britain and President of U; S. time of tho year. Butcher stccrs'good ctl him 'and scut him out 61 town. Some people like Jazzy Foods for breakfast but give me the Flavor of girls, carrying tanners! enouncfng Premier Lloyd Ocurgc and I 'resident Wilson as anarchists d past the White House yesterday; in Mud of demonstration at the back it which it is supposed were Sinn Fein iympallilzers, who hesitated to .carry he affair out themselves, fearing ar- One ot (he banners referred'to.Mr. 'jloyd George us "Lloyd Oeorge tho and Wilson, his Junior Partner." "Mr. Wilson, American men Demand That Anarchy, in the While House !m Slowed" was .ext ot another little' t-'irl's baiutft Whether or net tlio District of Co- umbta anthorilles will take any ac- tion is unknown nl Russians Going After Lithuanian! WAH8AW, Oct. nusslans are concentrating along the southern front for the purpose of atlackiiig tho llkralnfiiiis soon as the armistice with Poland is signed, it was. dectar ed In Tuesday night's Polish state- ment on military affairs. '.Report: from Various sources are to tho that Kiev was evacuated several day ago by tlio Holstievlk under tlie prcs sure of the Ukrainian !nsurgent6rwhi have occujiiau -JO PLAYER'S Navy Cut Cigarettes are uneqiaailed for QUALITY. That is why there are more PLAYER'S than all other brands combined. er. acage ;