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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBER. 14, THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY'.HERALD PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS H Winnipeg Grain W1NX1PBO, wbual market was decidedly easier' today and prices were.Inclined lo be.lower. White 'Openlui: prices were firm, es- pecially October, demands were' read- ily supplied. The session was qulel with both sellers and buyers waiting to-se'o Ibe trend at tho market. TheJ boltltng attitude oC the farmers Is be-- coming The cash market today was heavy and tho demand tor wheat, need- ed to lake care of'first hall of OclobJr Mies, appeared to be over. ThV coarse, grain markets were quiet. 'October wheat- closed. j c 1 November Ic tower and December 1 6-9c lower; oats lower'for' October, %c down for 'December and %n love? for barley-Vic higher for October, 1 Vic up for December and May lc higher; rye 2Vto higher for October; flax 3c lower lor 2Vio down -for Novom- May...... 'Oct.- May RY rl- GS Cash NOY. Dec, No. 1 K'of. No. 3 N'or. .225% ber and December Quotations: Oct. :NOV...... Dec...... OcL Doc........ Open 213V4 C9 Close 9814 sn 30i> 30S Prices ,106 307 305 K No. 2 Nor. 2 ..219% Track, Manitoba............-.220% Track, Saskatchewan. (Track, Alberln Jv'O. 2 C. W.. -73% No. 3 C, 65% Ex. NO. 1 Feed Track GST4 3 Feed RsJecied Feed Track.......... No. 1 N. W. C. No. 3 C. W.. 303 Condemned Track...... i No. 4 C. Wijlifl 93 ............107 ..............307 No: 3 C. ............257 No. 3 C. Bar Silver- NEW Oct; silve domestic 99ifc; foreign 855i. Stocks Oct. loca stock exchange was quiet during th first unit hour this morning. Atlanlf Sugar was stronger, opening at 119, gain of 1% points, niordan went u a halt point from last night's" close i 220. National Breweries gained a point to Brbmpton lost a point to 79, while Abitibi and Braz ian remained unchanged "at ai 35y, respectively; Other issues wei Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Oct.. cattle, 3 bogs .and GCQ ulipep. Good butche and cows 7.00 8.00 for ctwlcfc-. stocfcers and feeders, choice-7.50 to Shesp and lambs steady. Good sheep 6.00 IJ 1M; good lambs 9.00 to 10.00. Hogs unchanged, selects J9.00. Calgary Livestock CALGARY, Oct. .at e yard! today wore cattle, 39D. Ives, 101 hogs and The arket was Bteady and pricM ruled! tout tho same as yesterday. Butcher I eers, medium lo good were quoted 7.00 to S.OO. Heifers, medium to ood, wers worth 5.60 lo S.50. Cowj .owed a slight Improvement, medium good at 5.75 to 6.W. Stock- rs, nVediuin to good, quoted at 75 to 6.15 and feeders were worth 35'to C.75. Good calves sold at 25 to 9.00. Good wore quoted t 11.00 and llshts at 10.60. Select ogs were quoted at-3J._60. Chicago Grain Market CHICAGO, Oct. buying, arlly on seaboard account, turned he wheat market upward today alter ome depression at tho opening... In ial declines were ascribed to bear- sh views talcen o[ the goTernment re-1 ort on farm reserves. Opening rom unchanged to 1 3-4c tecember 208 1-2 to 209-1-2, and March' 04 1-2 to 205 were followed by a mod- rate setback all arpund and lien by an ascent lo well yesterday's inlsh. Oats hardened with other grains, 'pcnlug 1-46 to 3-8e off, December at 16 to 5G 1-4, and then making an ad- Sterling Exchange YORK, Oct. Slerling ex- Action of Board of Com mtrce is Exlremely Unpop- ular-Through out Country WALF'MILI-ION DOLLAR FIRE AT TILSONBURO TtLSGmjTTRQ. Onl., Oct. 14. -vKrc of onkoowu origin, which was discovered this morrjlfis sweeping Ibrough tbo Me dry kilns of the Canadian Cereal company's mills, spread through a fire-vial.! to tho main jalll and from there to the big eJeyator, '175 feel high, de- all and causing a loss Of GOVERNMENT MAY ACT OTTAWA, Oct. Is a belief in well- informed circles that the govern- ment is likely to exercise lit au- -thdrtty undcr.the Board of Com- maree Act and Intervene to vary the sugar arder. Issued by the board last night. Not In'recent years, ha> any order mucli adverse com- ment. 'The flood of communica- tions has already begun. "There is no remarked one mem- ber of the cabinet today, "that the order Is unpojpuiar." This mornlnR following the Pionuri ef Hlghcltui Tailored Gam enlt in Canada. Oct: accurate description _of .one of the AVInkler baadils has obtained by the pro- vincial police. Col. J. H. Raltray, pro- vincial police 'commissioner, announc- ed todsy.t Ho also staled that the police had definitely established that the .bandits the ihlcrnallonal border.v The man who tho police have ;hange steady. Demand 1-2; cables 1-4; Canadian-dollars 10 ler cent.' discount. New York Stocks NEW YORK. Oct. sales P. n. 12G U. S. Steel U. S. Steel preferred HAY MARKET Eiqn. consultation In official circles of rights, of appeal. granted under the Board of. Commerce, Act. In view of possible the cabinet coun- the provisions of the Board o! Commerce Act regard arc of. special interest. '.'The .govemor-In-pfiuncil the act. "in his discretion, (Prices furnished by Farm Products I either any person in- terested lodgefl within or.e month, after the maklnE pt tfo' order, decision rule or regulstlo.n, or' within such further timo as "the' board under special cir- Ltd.) No. 1 Timothy.............. No. 1 Mixed TlDiolhy and Al- falfa'.................... 30.00 No. 1 Alfalfa...............27.00 f.o.b. cars or Coaldale. HARVEST EXPENSES: Harvest ti me brings expenses whlct mu st be. met. with ready money. Should you need an advance to help ybu over this busy season, interview this Bank. We are pre- pared to help all responsible farmers.' THE CANADlAlf BSNl OF COMMERCE CAPITAL RESCRNTiFUMD W. GKIIER OFR.C1PM He Inquired, it IB slated, particularly aa to an exchange on Canadian-cur- rency and wanted to know how best to convert Canadian money Into U. S. money In the United States, WOULDN'T STAND ON SAME PLATFORM WITH SIR SAM HUGHES HEG1XA, Oct. 1-1 wounds iu Stock Raisers are now offered a complete marketing and banki n g service through our new' Branch at the Calgary Stock Yards. Full information regarding live stock market conditions, quotations, etc, furnished by the Manager, by mail, telephone, or and. funds. .transferred to and from "clients' home accounts to expedite their business at the.Yards. .Make the Stock Yards Branch your Iwsiness headquarters while in Calgaiy.' A special room is provided-for you, THC MERCHANTS BANK tho hack his head, Peter J. Jlyers; a driver for a local automobile livery, staggered inlo a home in Hue east end of the city this morning. There he was given first aid and taken to the Hvcry where he received medicai attention. The story ho told the police has caused a searching investigation at jUe Iloyal Canadian Mounled To- lice'barracks, lie claihis he was heal- en by- a member of the force. About 11 o'cjock last night lie received'a telephono message to pick up a pass- enger at the second house oh Lome Street immediately south of Victoria avenue. He drove np and a police- man wearing the red tnnic of the R. stepped from the lane at the iiae'or tie-house. The lower part of lis face ,Vas completely covered by a large handkerchief. The policeman Lpld- he was wearing the hand- kerchief as his noBe.was bleeding. The passenger 'took -tb'e.Tcar. seat and ask- ed to be; driven toi.lhe Counlry Club. TU6-paBsenger's mind when a'sb'ort distance, from (he Counlry Club anil .wanted, to'retiirn to the 'city. Myers stopped. Ibe car, End he was hit on the head three times. Ho must hiive'left the car -RS it was found abandoned on Victoria Avenue this morning. v cumstances may. allow, or on his mot- Ion, at any time and without any peti- tion or application vary or rescind any order..decision, rule or regulation of the board, ordfr or de- cision is rnaile inter partes, or other- wise; and whether such regulation is general'or limited In its scope aud application'; and any, order the governor-in-councir itiay make with respect ve shairfeauire'nejt this has iteen a dry fall. A gangrof six men are engaged In Ihe "priming or cleaning Ihe ditch and seeing that-the water passes oiir and TVO In- tend lo see thai it doss." Csriairi dllllcuHles -h'rid been en- countered nl fence -crossings owlnj; to .weeds collccllng afi'd damming back the flow, and at tlmiis there hail be'en too much woler at onco, -owing lo this, hut there was ttb difficulty which the secretary could think ot which could not lio easily surmounted. Loose earth and sand had caused sonlo trouble, but this haJ been remedied, tio epecled lo see the waler flowing easily through Ihe fields iloit spring. By" making earlh dams On. tlireahers bad been greatly assisted in obtaining Iho necessary supply for tanking fac- ilities, and ninny (anks bad been dr.iwri from tho cnntil. Alfalfa 11 Is probable, lhat a good deal of atlr.iilion will be given lo the Hun of alfalfa and limrtihy In this pfirf of tb3 illslricl, accotdiriK to re- port, and Ihe irrigation fa'rjiiers aro losing no time In making the neces- sary preparations. A s6niewhftt cirM coincidence la Ihe fact thnt while IKe cil .has been so nnxlously- dlBpusnliig the town water the Irrigation water should ba ilowlng-Jo near tho town. Is It (oo much; lo look, forward (o the day when tho.wnltt from Ihe Taber Irrigation canal '.wilt ,he flowing down the streets ot Taber, and rows of Hlaicly trees and a real lown park of no small dimensions, are the living tesVmbny lo Invigorating effocl? HENDERSON OEAD Oct'. 0 Henderson of Windsor, Ontario, past president of the Canadian Aianufac iu'rers1 association." died here ycstor following an'operatloii; He wan .62 years of age. Mrs. I1. Oharl 11. C.< Is A daughler KA head of tho Canadian Salt Co Badly, Cuticura Heals. Ever since I can chesJ j face, and arms were filled witb rsd pitnplsa. They were scat- tered all ovtr me, and itched terribly at times, and 1 scratched them, caus- ing tbern to fester and get sore. Sometimes- they would dry away and form Bcalsa which burned badly. "Then X used Cuticura Soap and Ointment. I had used them two or three times when I felt better and 1 vraa heakd wHh one boi of Oiotacnl lo jtJher with the Sonp." (Signed) Hies BerthaKosa, February 19, J919. Use Cuticura tSoap and Ohitment for oil toilet pu'rp'osea. to cleonM, heal. Soap 25c. Ointmeat 25 sod EOc. Sold Ihro-JBhoullhtDombion. CanadiaaDepot: npMK. Are your puns tender? Do they bleed when brushed? for Pyoirhca. This d iscase of the four out of five people over forty, not only destroys the teeth, but often wrecks Ihe health. In Pyorrhea, the gums become spongy, then recede; the teeth decay, loosen, and fall must be ex- tracted to rid the system of the infect- ing" 1'yorrhea.germs which breed in podccls about them'. These germs low- er the body's vitality and cause mliny diseases, You can keep Pyorrhea away. Visit dentist often tor tooth or.d gum inspection, and UM Vorhan'a For tlio Gums. Forhan's For the Gimia picVcnts checks ils progress, if used iri lime and used consiolenlly Ordinary dentifrices cannot do this. Forhan'a the gums firm and healthy--the tccfH while and clean. Start using it today. If your gums havt receded, via Forhan'a according to directions, and consult a denlist im- 35c and COc tubes in Canada and U. S. If your druggist cannot supply you, send price, to us direct and we will mail tubo FORMATS, a FOKTHE'GUM! The Perfection of Tailoring These delightful Suits and Overcoats that are making so many men so thoroughly satisfied with their new clothes; are simply the result, of one thing: The fineit tailoring that Canada's mbit efficient tailoring organization can Finer tlian ever before, Fit-Reform offers the well-dressed man styles' and workman- ship unknown in previous years and unequalled in this one. 404 Fit-Reform McKelvie McGuire ;