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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19. 1920 V THE LETHBK1DGB DAILV HERALD- PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS v Winnipeg Grain Market WINNIPEG, Oct. a fluctu- atlon of 4'% to on the three con- tract months, the Ibcal wheat market today was nervous and erractic. .The market was active durlug tbe early part of the possioit and considerable No. 5 Nor.., Feed............... Track, Manitoba Track, Saskatchewan Traeji. Alberta No. fi Nor...201% .......-------193% wheat changed hands, with 7., v 3 life that'exporters wtro buying. The cash wheat market .was active, with prem- iums "-4 to better. American min- ers'were good buyers. Cosrsa cash grains were in fair demand. Future coarse grains market was weak, show- ing declines of from to 7c. October wheat closed IKc lower, November lower and December lower; oats %c lower for Oct. lc lower for Dee. and U4e lower for May; barley 2c" down lor Novem- ber 7c lower, December 3c down and May 2c lower. Has closed 6c lower for October, November fjc lower and Decefffber rye down lor October. Quotations Close. 233% 229 212 No. I'Pefcd.. CC'A No. 2 tYed..C2% "W No. 3 C.W... i -0 No. 4 C.W... 11G S5 .101 OVER 16 YEARS Us Retro Of THa Trafe Since Feed Track 1HYE-- o. 2 C. W. Vo. 1 N.- C. M'. No. 2 C.W.. .203 Condemned Track Open. October November December October December Way October November... December 110 Slay Oclober .T." November December 11SV- 206H TO'A 117 JfJ-1 Ifrl' 237 290 2JI2 October 1S5 Cash Prices No. 1 No. 3 N'o..2 Nor... 235% No. 4 Nor... 221% No. 3 C.W., 297 .257 _ 290 KIQNEY Calgary Livestock CALGA1U', Oct. There was a dull market. at the stockyards today. Beef apd stockers about the same >rica as prevailed at tjie close of last week's trading.- Receipts: Cattle .175; calves' 77; hogs 18; shei.p 127.. Butch- er steers top medium to good 16.50 to common to J6.25; aeiters top 4C.25; good to J6.00; light cowa lop 'medium to good common to buUs, iiicdlam: ?4.50; stocked top 'medium to good 55.60; 'fecdere top J7.50: medium to gobd to JO.SO; calves, medium to good 8.00" to common ?e.50 to -lambs -sheep to oif- cars for selects. Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Oct. futures: December May 87V4- December MONTliBAL, bet, 19-T-A drop ot seven points in. Atlantic Sugar from Us closing figure of 91' last Saturday to S4 was the feature' of the .'local stoclc eichange during the first-half hour .his morning. Apart ffohi this one serious decline, the market '.was fairly. steady, several fractional advances be- ing registered: 'Chicago :Graln CHICAGO, .Oct; 19 General selling due largely to disturbed industrial conditions in Great Britain led -to fresh setbacks lor wheat values. As- sertions by a 'prbmrnent banker here that lowering of .commodity prices must continue tende'd aiso.to'emphaE- ize bearish sentiment .Opening quo- tations, which'ranged from 1% to lower with December 209 and March to were followed 103 CHUBCH ST., Moswo. "I was a great sufferer from Rhin- leoojulted specialists; took medicine; used lotionsjbatnothlngdidinagood. india 15 days the pain vu easier'. -the Rheumatism much better. Gradually, "fruit-a-lieei" otenams tnjf Rfawttaiism; and now, for fife have had no return of ths trouble. I eoriially recommend this fruit medicine to all sufferers." P. II. Mo HUGH. Wo a box, Iriil'eue'lSe. At all or sent postpaid by Froita-tiTes Limited. Ottawa. As Against Dry rknd Average of 12 375 per cent More Under _ Irrigation of mois- ture will reduce the acreage put in fall grain In Montana this year, according to reports for the week ending Octob or _16 counties, received b> D. Grcnfielu ol the 'department of Agriculture and Civil War Threatens Organized Baseball- Leagues May Split CHICAOO, Oct. three members of nationally known baseball today was confronted with i financially interested in base: I ball to supcrcede the national coin- two apparent alternatives-peaceful prVent national or civil war. There j would atoga.ed. The was the possibility of a twelve-dub chalrman tlle tribunal would re- publicity. Threshing has been finish cd in a large number ot the counties. the reports mdicatln; the yield, of wheat-on irrigated land will average. about bushels and on dry land from organization. 10 Jo_. 12-Bushels, though In some sect league on one hand, composed of eight National League clubs and three Am- erican League- clubs, "with the other five American League clubs fn another circuit." At least that'was virtually an ultimatum presented to President Ban Johnston of the American League and owners of five Cleveland, Detroit, Philadelphia and Ions there are reported yields on non- irrigated from 20 to 35 bushels. This Is especially true In Fergus coun- ty In the country tributary tojluffalo. Oats arc yielding from 20 on non-Irri- gated land to 75 on irrigated land. The potato'crop Is good in all sections ol the slate, and a number of counties will have a'surplus. Labor Is short in a njajorlty of the counties, this' ins particularly true In the section of the state. There Is an abun- St. of whom was senled at yesterday's' joint league meeting which proposed a plan for re- The'plan approved by President Heydler.of tba National, League and the clubs of that circuit, all represent- ed at the meeting, -were Chicago, JJew York aiid Boston of the American'Lea- gue was that proposed recently by A. D. in the Chi- cago National League club. It was agreed to organize a board of Shampooing. The secrti of healthy up... to date shaving 13 use of .Cutirata Soap, the "Cuti- CUH. No no no gtztns, no free alluiK, no irritation even when shaved twice daily. One 8 for all bath' ingond 25c, Ointinciil 25 oj EOc. Sold Cjirouxhout the Dominion. Canadian Dc-pct: St. St. Seip by decided additional drop's. opening .to- %c lower with December under- went a material sag. Oats started to %c down, Decem- ber to 5551 and.contihuen to de- cline.- Provision's 'also tumbled. N.Y. Funds NEW YOTIIC, Oct. Sterling ei- chango steady. Deniand cab- les Canadian dollars 9% ner discount. N, New York Stocks NBHV Oct. Closing pales: C. P. It. 125 1-2; U. S. steel steel preferred 109. HAY MARKET (Prices furnlshcd'by Farm Products Ltd.) No. 1 -Timothy 533-00 No. 1 Jlined Timothy and Al- falfa 30.00 No. 1 Alfalfa 27.00 Lethbrldge Nine 'Year Old Son of Mine Chcckweighman Killed By Motor Car (From Our Own Correspondent) TAIiEIt, Oct. U. Wilson', checkweigbman .and storekeeper at the Canada West mine, who is w'ell known 'in this district and among the football players and fans In Leth- bridge, received word this morning' of death of his sou, (With his mother, James ,had been visiting relatives in Port Saskat- chewan-and the information contain- ed in. the telegram ..'received .this morning by father was to the effect that the lad was run over by a motor car. Mr. Wilson left today for Fort Saskatchewan. Taber enjoyed good weather on the ioliday up to .three o'clock In .the af- ternoon when a-slight drizzle com: menced to fall and until Midnight it was snowing. The official count was .37 of.rain, and today the roads are heavy in "the town-aud country! It will hinder fall plowing for a few days. About eight o'clock iu the evening mah'y wild 'geese came over town and New around for several hours, apparently icing attracted.-by the lights.- dance of ranges are good, and shipments of cattio to market arc go- ing forward from, all sections. would ceive a salary of a. year. The other two members would -receive The five American League clubs not represented vjire given until Novem- ber 1 to approve the new agreement which would remain in force for twen- ty-five years. UnlesS-they so agree, It was threatened at the meeting yester- day to form a new twelve-club league. The- new board would bo elected by a majority vote of the clubs represent- ed at u joint league meeting'to bo held In Chicago on November 9th. The minor league will bo Invited, to approve the agreement and recommendation that the, club owners iprmulatcd yes- terday. village, 'in his pockets eleven bank books of as many' banks, retire- seuling in savings. Appear At Toor SUICIDE HAD LOTS OF HONEY. NEW YOHK, Oct. Schu- macher of Rochester, N. T., an eccen- tric bachelor, was found dead yester- day in a gas-filled room in Greenwich u .CM (tci en- I Mnt mnritt tatrt.fe. Oriental CrGam FRENCH HAVE NO SUBSTITUTE FOR LEAGUE OF NATIONS :-M.V-The Frencfir eign office stated today that not as received any demand .from Washingtbri .for'information, regarding the subject'referred to'by Preside'nl Wilson letter to Senator Hard- Ing, telegraphed to the'press of France from the United States. The only statement authorized by the foreign of (ice thus far Is that no official com munication of ,any'nature made by the re- garding a substitute for tbe League of iNations. _ (Continued :fro'm Front Page) THIS WOMAN SAYS Thel Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound Me a Well Woman. I the steps being-taken .to; deal with this "campaign of murder and out- but he assured thpt the means of dealing .w.ith the outrages were rapidly improving.' Home Secretary., ques- tioned with' regard' to tho-'posslblo release of LMayo'f '.SlacSwiney: of Cork, declared the', goyproment had not altered -it-s. policy 'that convicted men, or those awaiting trial .for scri- ms not-bo released because of strikes. All the men now striking caniB witliin tiio' category, the hdmo secretary declared. HIchd'el Fitzgerald, -who died in Cork jail, added Mr.-'Shorlt, was clmrgell with'murder, and.there was MAIL IS LOST ON.BURNING SHIP SAN. SALVADOR, Republic of Sal- vador, Oct. MacKinnon of the Pacific Coast mail stAmer Newport, notified the post today that 3G3 bags of letters and par- cel post-packages from Europe.-anri the United States wero fire aboard-hls vessel soon after It left San Juan Del Snr, Nicaragua, October4 10 'When: the Newport arrived-at fire was'-still burning. .Most of the passengers' bag- gage was'burncd but there was no loss lite. U.S. REPRESENTED ON IDS. COMMISSION .LONDON. (ilspatch 'to thp Exchange Telegraph'from Copen- hagen quotes tho Berlingske Tidende's Stockholm correspondent rts'v'saylng the United States has'1 appointed an American member of the international commission 'of tho League of Nations which is to attempt the settlement ot the 'Aland Islands dispute betw.een. Sweden and Finland. Swedish govern- ment circles, tho dispatch adds, con- flldor that thla will give the commis- sion a moro definite objective nnd Los Anireles, I sntfcrcd with female troubles for years, was flmost of lha time, nras not able to do own housework, ,nd I could not get jelp from doctora. [t saw LydiaE. Pink- ism's Vegotftblu ompounri advcr- the newspa- ire. and took tlilM, and am a woman. You uao my to _________________ill tho. world tho good joor rnedicine has dono me as I it A, DEVlNB, 647 SU Foul Avenue, Lost Angeles, Calif; Women who suffer from nny form of weaVnesa: as indicated by displace' menta, Inflammation, ulceratioh, ularitics, backache, hear! ness or "the should do u Mrs. V egeUble Componnc! a thorough trial, ror over forty ynars this famous remedy, which contains the mralive, strMigtnenlng properties of good ,oli! fashioned roots-and herbaj baa been correcting juit eiich ailmcnto. It yoa have mysterioos complication j write for advice to Lydla E. PinVharq Uediclnt Co., Lynn, i. decisive evidence against him. Tlia' hopio. secretary asserted that none of the prison authorities had ted Lord Mayor MneSwirtey.; Strike Causes Unemployment LONDON, Oct. (Cahadlftn As- sociated riot at no direct connection with the coal strike, tbe riot in fact, was tho work of comparatively few hooligans, the great- majority of tin- employed demonstrators who march- ed along Downing Street ibeing per- fectly peaceful. The 'mining districts are absolutely- tranquil, nevertheless iinemploymer.! among skilled workers la bound Jo jncrew.0 dallj1. This week's racing has been abandoned, nnd tbe lord mayor's procession has been postpc-neu until November but foot- ball will carry on as usual. ore based on .this afternoon's discussion in parliament clearing >lbd air In the coal dispute, but rellaWckcamdidhlal- ors hesitato; b'ellovlrigt a.Koliitlon %ill bo found suddenly. The premier's statement -lo the that work must bo found for them in house'! builiilng trades, -despite (fades union 'wna very emphatic and reinforces the belief .thnt the govern- ment is fully trailer (he presont. position. gfeater authority. o f.