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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1920 THE LETHB'RIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIY1S MARKET REPORTS Winnipeg Grain Markets ers 1.50'to fO.OO; medlnm feeders Oct. 15. Strength }3.51) IP JC.C-O. developed after'the weaker j- The hog market was unchanged at opening on the local market, and prices bega'4 to climb upward, reach- Ing a hlsh of for October. This was due mainly to a fairly large short Sheep aud lanib market unchanged., Chicago Grain Market CHICAGO, Oct. ot Trade was of a very light interest and very scant oSeriuKs, cans- port demand In tbu United States, to- ing a congestion In the October de-lgether wilh word that government pressure was being brought to bear a Canada to-lncrcaso the crop move- ment there, had a depressing effect to- lay on wheat prices! Trade was very llghi, less than on any prior diy this week. Opening quotations, which ranged-from a 1-3 to lower, with December 206 to 200 3-4, and March 202 1-2 to 203 were tol lowed i by a slight sag arid then by a turn lower than before.. Oats were steady, but opened duli. uncliaaged lo l-8c higher, December at DO'and then President Hanna of Government Heads, Haisca a Stir Amongst Men ATLANTIC 6UQAR TAKES BIG DROP Oct. Ho Sugar tell Blitecn points In tha first few minutes o( trad' Jug oil tho slock market this morniug.1' Atlantic Sugar stock hit 93 before Ih'e close ot the market, the last Bale, however, being at 04, a net jo'sa on the day's trad- ing of 2tf points. nature. There was a good demand for all grades of cash wheat, with the offer- Ings very ligfit. There Is no indica- tion of any eipori business. In tho cash'.coarse gfalu markets there Is a steady demand. Future coarse grain markets, with the eiception of fiai woreV strong.- i October wheat closed S98o higher; November up and December 6% higher; oats high- er'for up for-IJecember and H4c up for May; barley 7c.high- er for October; December sad'May Ic ap; October lower, November lower and 'December Ic up; r'y.e. higher for October. Quotations-: October November December Octoier December May October Dcember Mayiv.-.--..'. October November December Oelober Open. 232 22S 211 53% 110 161 107 304 soiy, 300 Montreal Sticks Atlanilc WINNIPEG. Oct. (By Canadian Announcement by President D. li. iianna of the Canadian National Hallways, that employees of that sys- tem vrould not be for political ofllce, the peimlly being dis missal front the road, aroused a storm of indignation aud protest at the morn ing session of division No. 4, depart nie-nt of railway employees, American Federation of Labor, which is iu con E ISO Cash Prices f Ko.'l No. 2 Xor...2U "-No. 3 "No. 4 Nor...225V Sugar was 'the feature of the. local sfock'exchange' during1 tho flrst half hour this Block opening Close at 102, a drop of 32 points "from its last 241 nlght'3 close at .114 and then- went 235 down 4 more points to 98, strengthen- -'15% ing later.-however, to its opening fig- ure. Abltlbl lost i 1-2 points to 73 1-2. 70 flrompton lost 1 3-4 points (o 76 1-4, Giy.! dropped 3. points' to 031? 100.; Ureweriss opened- at 63 this morning after-cIpsinK-'st last 117 night. Quebec nallway was steady at .103" 27. Riorilan declined-2'1-2 points to 107-- 216 after closing yesterday at 217 1-2. Spanish River was also among Ibe fall- 303 lluB Issues, opening..this morning.at 106 1-2, after closing last night at )OS 1-4. Other Issues; so far remain .Bar'Silver, NEW YbliK.'-'pet.' silver, domestic 99 1-2; foreign B2 3-S. Exchange NEW YORK, Oct. ex hero. It Is tho intention- o the .railroad employees >o press to Iho limit .for a cancellation of this .order. for 'which' they can see no adequate TaBoa. This matter was taken up with Sen- ior JSpbertson, minister of labor, who iformed the employees that it wafe a nl Ing made by Mr. Hanna as.presl- ent ot the Canadian National Rail- 'ays, and could not in any way-bo qnsldered as a ruling of tho govern- ment BO-1 304 Track, Saskatchewan Track, Alherta 239 239 239 j per cent. I NEW YORK, "Oct: C. p. TJ.'s.Stee: No 2 C.W... 73 3 C.W... 67% V. S. Steel ir-t ra No 1 Feed Cl Calgary Livestock No IFced M C3 CALOA11Y, .Oct.. marl v was' dull but. steady. Tho, recei: Track No. 3 C.W... 120 Track No. 2 C. W. Ko. 1 N. C. W. No. 2 C.W... 299 No. 4'C.W...117 113 -186 303 No. 3 C.W...263 Condemned 253 Track........ 303 L Chicago Grain CHICAGOj 'Oct. V- 217V4; March S9U; May I Winnipeg Livestock Oct. ISO hogs and 110 sheep. Buyers were slow In bidding on'all claBses and'grailcs today was draggy, with d shade easier prices. The hulk of offerings were, common to medium grades. Butcher steers, :rkot einti were: Cattle 390; calves 173; hog! 167; sheep 408; ono choice sfee weighing pounds made J9.60, thi hulk to belters ti ono cow, bulk to feeder steers J6.EO t good caIves-J8.50'-lo ?9.00; com mo'n lo' -40 ewea averag ing 108 pounds ?7.00; good wether Hogs, select- ?21.50 HAY MARKET (Prices furnished by" Farm Proilacl Ltd.) No. 1 Timothy............... No. 1 Mixed Timothy falfa 30.0 VZT..OI (Prfce.'i f.D.b.'. cars. Coaldale. INDIANS HAD FAREWELL MEETING CLEVKLAND, Oct. The Cleveland ludiaus, world chara- amended to bar or materially restrict this class of Immigration. Tho federal government will also bo asked lo stop i the luflux from the .Mother Country jot physically or mentally unfit war I veleraus drawing a small pension and I coming to Canada under the false iin- (pression that this pension is adequate to maintain them. The veterans itUa want stopped the immigration ot laborers from South- ern Europe for railroad work. While Rev. Mr. Hunt rc-c-tor of Bothweli ihurch, was con- it is understood, con- tracts. Convention Dismissal of'ducting service on Sunday his auto Civil Service Employees Who Didn't Enlist But plon baseball players, held ttelr farewell meellug at Lea- gue Park., yesterday, after which they disbanded for tho season. President Dunn ei- pressed the hope that all would be back with the tcsm next season aud several of the men, d AVer'e Conscripted United States Must Either Get in or Stay Out in the Cold 5JOSTON, Oct. Under worn! of Alabama, referring -to the League ot Nations in aa address here last night; said: cauuot.force a mlllenluiu, bu we can try. I do not tell you that we can invent a human machine that will positively stop all wars, but I can say that If we do not adopt Ihls-mcthod, we know.that the old method has nev- er" succeeded. And I believe that this method tho main, succeed." He 'said-tha nations', uoiv in tho League would not abandon It for any league that uev devised In this country.- i '.'Wo this .one or stay out la the. he added: or Western Farmers Receiving Attention of the Federal Government T OTTAWA, Oct. ?leas of western farmers for resump- tion of wheat control were again under consideration at this morning's-meet-' ng of the cabinet council, but further consideration will be necessary before final decision is reached 'as 'to the course of action to he followed. The difScnltyin resumption of control lies iu the-danger of the government at: tempting to guarantee a Any such'guarantee, it is'point- ed but in to unstable a market as the present, and-taking into consideration the reported world surplus of wheat might easily involve the government in heavy financial loss. s WILL'OUTLINE LABOR'S. AtTlTUDE ON TARIFF Oct.. M.-i-At this after- noon's sittins' of. the Tariff Commis- sion, :lRbor'3 atfitudo on tariff mat- ters will he outlined for the first time medium quality, to ?S.OO; bulk j by Bailey, M.tX.' for Assmi- fcmale butchers ?5.50 to stock-jbola. Experienced Banking Service PERFECT cunimercial Wnkifag evolved by txpcri- cncc, A Bank's value to its'customer increases proportionately" wilki llie widening of knowledge. The Union Rani: has been engaged in rnote half a century-and has a clear perception of its" duties'.to-lfiC banking public Polish Head of New' Govern ment at Vilna Issues Orders and .Causes 'Trouble (Special to The Herald) (Sped a Oct. is low entitled to two polling slatior.3 in he coming liquor referendum as a re suit of the addition .of 28 names to he qriginaVlist as compiled by Thos jould, enumerator of the urban dls .rict of Raymond. Tho list now con .ains 303 names, Chauncey Saow, o revising officer, reports. SIr.'Snow recently ftnlshed his work lere. 'There were- 20 names struck off the lista. Oct. prohibition acts in j Canada do uot meet with the approval j of the Dominion command the I Army'and Navy Veterans in Canada. The national convention Iu session uere Ibis morning dec'ared that prcv ilbitlon acts hilerferol with ths lib- frly of.Uio iudlvlduU and that taey arc no-. British. .It was unanionuFly resolved tho Convention is cot In favor ot .prohibition, 'out is a strong advocate of temperance. The .convention Is also discussing a proposed plan for ot the returned soldier a special commit- ee consisting of .representatives from each of tho provinces being appointed o bringing a report before adjourn- ment. The tonveutloh' placed Itself on reo- wd as being strongly against profiteer- ng In rente as pfactled Iu the cities mil towns in Canada, and will ion the government to amplify the present available under the lousing scheme.1 The executive council was instruct- ed lo deal as syhipathetically as pos sible'with auy movement towards federation or amalgamation of CJ-ser- vico BO long as, such amalgamation or federation Is not in: compatible with the aims and purposeo of this; association. The of a homo in each, nrovlhc'o for aged'and infirm veterans of all wars was emphasized and it was decided to memorialize the Dominion and provincial governments to set aside public lands for the purpose and Canada is the Eighth Maritime Power DRQWNEftGmL BELIEVED MURDERED BDMUNSTON, N. D.V. Oct. 16 (Canadian St. Pierre ot this town) was yester- tlay on suspicion of beiriB connected with the death of. Sllniilo Stevens, whose" body ifas found In the Mada.- waslta. river The cor- oneV's 75nry'Tfti1c; the behlnc closed and aftcr'.ex aminlug two retirad', and brought in a'yerdict' of..niurder. The medical examination of the gir shoivc-i death was duo to drowning. There were two serious "wounds on I her" head and her skiilt was fractur- to provido funds necessary to build and maintain such homos. The convention will petition the Do- minion government tp discharge from the Dominion civil service all em- plovees, who, being eligible for mili- tary. service and did not volunteer, were subsequently conscripted. The veterans are particularly con- cerned in- establishing this portion of the British Empire aa a white Canada: ind a resolution- passed urged that .he present immigration laws iu sym pathy with importing Orientals and aliens of certain sections of Cont! nental Europe, entering Canada, Seventy Years Canada Was Third! There are under) the Canadian Flag The value .of the Merchant) Fleet of Canada is Through lack of foterest of] Canadians in their maritime. affairs these ships are neither! officered nor manned by adians. To-day the protection of adian Trade Routes is nob given by Canada. The burden of the British Navy, is Seventeen Dollars per head! of British taxpayer. The of (he Canadian Navy isj t twenty-five cents per head of Canadian taxpayer. Read-this again-'-This is the reason for 1 The Navy League of Canada bel WARSAW, Oct. General ______________ gouski, head of the new governmcnti formed-at Tflna, after-its-recent oc-1 LOCATE COLONY; OP TRUMPET SWANS cupation hy his has sent tho old Lithuanian government nl Kovno an ultimatum demanding that all LHh: uaniau troops Ije- withdrawn 20 kilo- metres to tho west of 'the Yilnu-G rod- no 'railway. The ultimatunirconlained a 24-honr time lluill. Jlean-.vhile Gen- eral Zellrouskl's troons are takjnir -_------------- positions in various parts of secret. As soon as tho birds wero'dis- ly-clalmetl territory. 'covered a guardian was; appointed to The establishment of the provision-' protect, The trumpet swan, one al government of Central Lithuania, of the most beautiful and stately of the name adopted by the new regime [birds, was hilherto believed to have at Vilna is absorbing virtually all extinct. It is mfderstood the .OTTAWA, Oct. colony of be- tween flfty! aud a hundred trumpet swans located.in Canada but the fcfleral.'departnicnt of the in- terior is keeping their whereabouts a UNION BANK OF Lethbnd'ge Branch C. C. King, Manager Branches also al Caidston end Baron's attenllon of the various Polish goy- emnieiil officials and baa replaced the Klga peace negotiations as the leading newspapers. Tho oc: also caused" a stir in-'the-foreign partic- ularly, and French. It Is'tcported some of the me'iubern of the.League .of Nations' commisslou of'cohtrbl'who havR.heen at Snhwaiki. have gone to Vilna' tp confer with General tfellgouski and the mouibera of the temporary coiuniksioii of the new stale. colony somewhere iu British Columbia. ROOSEVELT'S DEFI: TO COOLIDGE 'E'VANSVILLE, IndV Oct. Franklin D. 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