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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBER 1C, 1920 THE DAILir HERALD PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS i v i Grain-r-Livestock-t-jFiliance Sterling Silver NEW. YORK, Oct. Sterling ex- change irregular. Demand cab- les dollars 9 7-15 per Winnipeg Grain Markets WINNIPEG, Oct. wheat inarkeV after a Br'in opening, made further advances of from 3li to f but developed in both tL cash and futures, aud trade became w nervous and erratic, and prices drop- ped heavily. A decline ot troni four to five cents mid) three-quarters cents registered at the close. ,Tho..coarse-, grain markets were ftrni', oafs a'iid. birley' closing higher, tho .latter on the'nearh'y! posltldu only, on the deferred. Flas was 1 owe r, whH a rye showed 11 tile ch aiige. offerings light October wheat closed 4e lower.. Nov; ember December" lower; Ic higher for eBer, ijc higher for December and Sc higher, October, 2c lower for Notember, lower for December and 2c lower for ilay. Klas closed for November and 6c lower 'liyp unchanged. Quolntlous: Close. No. 3 C.W...132..' Ko. 1-C.W...11S Kejected and Keed 95 Track ..i... Ill No.' 1 K. C, W. 303 No. 2 C.W...29S No. 3 C.W...26S Condemned 253 Track SOL >Jo.r2 C. W. 1S6 Chicago Markets CHICAGO, Oct. in wheat was heavy at the Blurt today, there .being heavy and persistent buying by u strong commission house ah'l prices advanced rapidly.. -After-opening. 1 to 214c lower, with December 2.1V to .18 and March-2.10V4 to the swiltly abov@ yesterday's inlsa but when a house that usually cU for'a leading New York trailer, tarted.selling, a break from tho high point r Oats followed other grains, opening 4c to higher.'.: with December Octobcr 'Xovcniber December Ottober Dsceihber Jllay October November December Mnv Fl October Decbmber IU1 October m 33514' SIC 03% -111 10 04 213 119 111 10 361- 1S7 Cash Prices No 1 Nor '39'X No 2 Nor 1S6 No 1 5 Nor 2 (Feed Track Saskatche-Aiu Track Alberta OATS- NO a c 74 EttreNo 1 Feed No. Track No. Nor. tso G "Nor 20 185 .231% No 3 CW No.'S.Feed. 68 02 'Bar Sliver to 0214. Peter McNaughton, Built and Operated Carmangay's First Hotel NEW Oct. Bar -silver, onicstlo foreign Sly. New York Stocks NEW YOItK, Oct. .10. Closing ales Canadian Pacific U. S. Steel SI'S; U-- B.; Steel preferred .Chicago .Futures CHICAGO, fut- ures: December, 213; March 207. S75-S; May. 91 1-2. December 50 5-S; Slay 61 1-i. Montreal Stock The local ck .exchange closed.- today with iri.ces for the most' part; practically :ho'. same- as yesterday's close. Atlan- tic Sugar closed, at 91, ;a decline of from yesterday. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Oet: (Dominion 250 cattlei 15 hogs and .76 Owing to 'the meagro offerings trad- ing was eilremeiy- quiet and local packers irarcbased only _a. handful, mostly ranging in. price from to SC.50. A- limited number of feeder steers of medium' quality sold from 56.00 to There were not ctiough hoga to con stitute. a' market. Bidding for the handful of, sheep, of- fered was In line :wlti' Friday's close. Good lambs. w.ere. quqted at to and 'good mutton sheep at o HAV MARKET (Prices famished by E'arm' Product! Ltd.) Ko. 1 Timothy 133.00 No. 1 Sllied Timothy and Al- falfa 1 Alfalfa (Pr'ce> fob Coaluale An old-time resident of Carmangay aud of tho West passed away, on Thursday morning at Edmonton, in the person of tho late Peter Mo- Naughton, brother, of Jamej Mc- Naughton, for Little Bow. Tho late Mr. McNaughton built and operat- ed the Grange hotel In Carmaugiay in almost alter the steel entered tbe town, and It was opened up. -lie continued tho manage iit of the hotel uutil 1912, when he went to Edmontou to engage -iu Ibe mercautilo'business. The deceased came West from Glen- garry Out. Ho "was iu busi- ness or a while !n Cornwall. 'Onf, arid was a contractor in the building ofthc Craud Trunk betwcnh Port Arthur ami Winnipeg. Ho lost liis wife some, four j-eara had no family.''Of gen lit! disposition the late Mr. McNougk ton was highly popular ivith those who knew., him Iu Carniauguy. Rei error Old Country Football Scores As- are the results.of fc-otball ga'jjes .played In the Bngllsa ot sail cy] tea eld.' irell kDOTrn that Aspirin'meaaj Bayv manufacture, to aujtlt the public cgalnst Imitations, tba Tablet! ot COBMIOB will be ctampfd Trim tlielr trada raart, lha "Bl7er. CrnM." TORONTO WOMEN 1 RESENT SUGAR ORDER; PROTEST TORONTO. Oct. resolution Utday r.ftemopn by the Consumers' League of Toronto, 'Ofr-which A.: M. Htu Eh is president and members of, were delegated to wait on the government at Ottawa to urge, the consideration ot the inter- ests 'of th.e consumer as paramount It'o tbose of tiio refiners. ,The rcsolu- lipri viewed, .with dismay tiio action Boar i of Commerce with regard le price fixing of sugar and the Its trulj astonishing how ninrXly It exclusion o' the imports of sugar, and acts penetrating1" 11 rough nusldeclaipd that tho children of the pres- passage of the throat and rnt da) Mere suffering from malnutri- Oct-' Stanton Mckle, prominent shoo dealer ptiCalV er8 the1 Polish forces''- gary, was found 'not gsllty daughter- by" a jury at 11 o'clock Fri-j day night. was charged '.-with having run over ana killing 'a womaif while under' the inilufenco': of 'liquor; JiT ch'arging the jury. "'Mr: Jiisticrf Walsft Btrougly favored -the pointiiig..oui to {he Jury that the crown liad not that'-tho accus- ed had not every precaution to avoid- the accident and that -the charge .that accused wts .under fho influence at. liquor' hafl no hasis'for fact. The Jury was oat 2S minutes. and riiscs tlio IicaTs the mcmVanee ntid gradually but i conlial surely ilie tliront tickle and I dreaded cough disappear entirely Notfi 1 IUK Dcttcr lor Bronchitis spssmodio croup hoarseness or broncbinl asthma Tinet 13 a snecml ind hiirhlj rancen 1 trated compound of Kfnaine Norway -pine, cxtrncf, knowji the world over for j its-ncalmtr-cffexit on the membranes." t soothes atld j-tion ''diie'to the'high price-of food cs- Avoid difiarmonitnfent by npkint: your '1 Co., Toronto, tOCKSHUTT PLOW CO. PROFITS .INCREASE TOROXTO.'Oct.' in- crease of ill the Plow hero.-ycs.terdnj-. CHINA AGCEPTS JAPAN PROPOSALS TOKYO, Oct. newspapers announced that China bas accepted Japan's proposal for joint military op- erations in Southern Manchuria but tbat China: requested 'Withdrawal 'of the Japanese forces as soon as order was'established- "Japan's intention to forward addi- tional troops to Manchurian .towns near Korea was announced in an offi- communication issued Tokoy; October 7. Tha troops, it -R-.-.S-' Bald, MSre, iu ire uisyatched bccnuse'of ban; dit raids v.-hlch are terrorizing the populations. JOB Ol-FERED EDMONTON MAN W-1NX1I'KG, Oct. Ixtweryi comniissioiier of tho city of Edmon- ton's telephone system, has beeu, of- fered the vacant post er 6f Manitoba's provincial tele-phone system. I BELFAST, Oct. was re nowod-in tho north ;of: the Marrow- bone district of tbia morniUK by Sinn Union- ists.'The Sinn re' votvers while' tbe Unidalsts'- replied with-volleys stones.- .'f Bight'persons wounded have been admitted in- cluding a four-year-old .boy who "was daiiBerously police- men were injured with stp'nes. FILM CO. QUABpELS .OVER HORSE RACE Bner Plcid SMOKING TORArroO '.TORONTO, Oct. application by a film concern which had the ex- clusive privilege of taking moving pictures of the racp Man. Q'WiV and Sir Barton -si' Keullworth raco track, Windsor, OntArio, for an Injunction to reKrtxain, another film conip'any from exhibiting moyins pic- tures of the i-ace at local theatres wag dismissed yesterday .bjryJostice MH- dloton. Cnjpse! for the; dcfe-udant informed tiio court thai which tho plaintiff soil fell t, to ban wore automobiles on the outside; o( Kenilwbrth Park and clalMdJ that no trespass had boon romm'ttcd in taking KAST ABOlfT OUa EXPEiRISlEiVfS TORONTO, Oct. he Hon. Geo. Smith', mlnlaler of education for Al- berta, in an Intenicw stiiert that his department was making three intense- ly interesting, thai of subsidizing free dwellftga for-ru'ral tcache're; second, of loaning money lo suitable candidates. 16 c.nablo them to take a course at normal schools, and thirdly, of establish Ing. t minimum salary of a year for both "permit nnd fully nullified Alberta they were- b6w Insisting tiiet in the rural districts dwellings must be provided for leachers tliiit these rnnst havo 'at'least live acres ,pt land ntVched, ;lhug enabling the Lsachov lo keep a some poul- Irv' and do BCTIIO Kardopilig. In haste to recover his' bat, Wlllard Tlppelt, of 1'elerboro' Stepped from a' moving motor cart and was fatally hurt. 4f tj ff SAYS FRANCE HUN tO LEAD WAY Ind., Oct. to criticisms of his proposal for ah association of- nations, Senator Harding said In a fear platform speech' hero today that he already had 'been approsehetf ''informally" by, a represcqlKlivo ,6t Krance who asked tbat tno United Hiates lead the jay lo'n world 4 1111 :-M The multitude of American after and year after year from ills peculiar fa theirsex is alsnbsfbeyond belief there is hardly a town or hamletjri the United States wherein some woman.and often many, cjo not reside "who have feeen restored to health from someof the worst forrns of-female oftenavoided, operations by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Thefte Two Women Tell of Their Experience jrollton, suffered almost "Brerj- irnor Ivro yetrs wilh female could not any distance, rido of lake any eierdtsc atall without resting-, Ifl swept the floorer did any of work it would bring my eickiiess on TreaVand no energy, find Jifo was a to me. I was under (lie of a goiwl physiciin for several months tried other reme- dies. 1 had read of LyAia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and decided to try it. After twelve bottles I found tnjMlf roucli improved and .1 took six more. I hare, iiorer had any .more trouble in that respect since. I have done all kinds of work ind at present am an attendant at a Bute Hospital and Mn. feelinf fine. I shall way a re comiriendyon r Vege tab IcOom- pound Ll.UNTEAJiT.824 Sout h Carrollton, Ky, Thousands of Such Prove Curative Value of ___...-, BTKT montfc I. MJUS m my back Mid lower port of etonuch I could not lie in bed: I suffered m it stemed as Uicogit'-I' wpulddfean'd J I siulered for a year and was unfit to do- my hotwcwprk, couid only wwb. disbes in a while, I'read an ment. of' what. Lydia E. Pinkhain'i VcjfeUbla. Cbmpound had for other women and decided to try it. It trnrely did .wondeni for me, I hire rio pains'n6vr' and can do my own hoofowork wifJiout any trouble it aii. I will always praise your jnedidnfe I do not beliftre there ia a doctor that can do much rood for female nwa 33 can Lydla E. Yegc- (kljle Compound and you Iliese ag a lestimoniali" Mrs, E. R.' 1, I Lydia kPinkham's '.f 'r I Vegetable Compoiipc ft J ;