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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .O !920 'THE LETHBUiDGE DAILY HER ALB PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS Winnipeg Grain" Calgary Livestock Oe( market CAIXfARY, Oct. cattlo.mar- 'was talrly active today with a good'ket opened dull wllh prices steady range liberal receipts and for butcher slockers. Calves Very small offerings- Premiums were were weaker and hogs steady at yes- 1C lower on wheat. Tho future market terday's figures. lieceiiits: Cattle showed u fairlyrwliie'racge.- calves 20Q; hogs 51; theep >U1. wheat fluctuated OUc and finally Butcfier steers. medium to good ed only He higher; November to common to medium to good to ?tj.OO. a Bgread of between high and low and closed' We uli and. December; wa3 %c lower al tho" close, Oats closes) ilf.lower for ?je lower for December and lc down for-May, Barley lower for Oct- v ober -lc higher for lower for December and lc down for Way. Fla'x for 3e November and higher for, jleceinber.' llye 2 Uc'higher, for Center. Quotations: 8PWI to bulls, iiedium'lo.OO sto'ckera, medium to Rood ?5.35 to fC.OO; feeders, medium to good Calves good J7.00 to" f 6.0.0; common JC.OO to J7 08.' BwesI J7.00; wethers good lambs selects (20.00 off Grain CHICAGO. Oct. prices took a; decided ,'upw aril !sw iug today, October December October December BARLETiV- Octdber November I...' December-.... May Opeii, .'Close, 23Jfe' 225 04 035J Octobe'r November DeceDiber October 185% Cash Prices 87J 102; 293 ISO. New York NEW YORK. Oct. sales: C. P. K. 12C; U. S. steel SS 1-2; U. S. steel preferred W9'5-S. HAY MARKET (Prices furnished by Farm Ltd.) v Ko, 1 Timothy.............. No. 1 Mixed Timothy and Al- falfa..................., 30.00 No.-1 AUalfa Z7.0J f.o.b. cars or Coaldale. WEICOMMIELIEF {Continued from Page.) No.n Nor...236 Noi.S-Nor.y.227 No. 2 Nor...230 No. 4 190% Feed Manitoba ik_Alberta No. 3 No. 2 CAV... 73 Extra No.-l.Feei No.-liFeed.: CO: complete confidence that Justice 'will be done." don't quite understaud your posi- here remarked (he prime minis- ter, "as 1 understand it 'you .don't press for the order of the Board of C6mmercd to bo continued, but leave your "claims, to .bo redressed. .Do I understand that, you don't take Issue with the position that of. Commerce order .was the British -coal-s The begjn- ultra vires of the board and also con- trary to its Mr. Drummoha replied: "We don't take'is'sue with the government's position-that the order of the board was without warrant In law." Suspension Permanent "Under the prime minister rejoined, "the suspen- sion lojbo made permanent because on that" ground Nlonp. the sus would be Justified and J think we may consider the hearingjclpsed I may say that wo are'obliged to you Cor presenting your case in so precise a" form'arid in such a shape that 1 will be .to :use and -to-the public as well. The hearing for the moment is onlyxm the question of the retention of trie government's rever- sal "order and being the only purpose of this hearing and virtually the gov- ernment's position being conceded on the legal standpoint by yourselves, 1 don't see what there Is now for us to consider. ;I presume we may as well call the hearing over. The order of the government suspending the order of_the Board of. Commerce will, by formal orger-in-councll, be made per- ning" 'of bsro -cs -to wheat. market conditions appeared al- so to" be regarded in some ijuarters as a bullish 'Besides; officials of'tlte Wheat .of the United States were'Dueled as pre- 0lcting success for their proposed c.4- tiuirot rural -sales of wheat on-and after October 25. Opening jprlces, which ranged from rto 2o hlfher, with December 201i to 207 WC to 197; were material further gains; V- _. i steadied by the. firmness "tc off close to initial flgurea. Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Oct. local stock eicUange was fairly! strong dur- linB naif hour, thjs morning I with the excention :pt '.Atlantic, Sugar, at ai'aCterclosilig last No: 5 No. C t at M ,namlnefLl 6tocks gains. other graliis, operiinK H" to to 'So'-up; December.' 54 to early trading. terday at No. 2 Feed. (-7 .62 Rejected Track O.W.I No: So. Condemned So 85 .105 -181 No. 3 C.W.. 243% Winnipeg Livestock Oct. 300 hogs'and SOO sheep. '.-'There was ly-active'market in "progress today" .with .buying generally, in.line I with yesterday's advance." butcher the bulk 'of -sales with.' choice heifers 57.50 to- cows, choice to ?S.OO-vchoice feeders SS.OO. to ?9.00; voalicalves, choice 110.00." Good Iambs to Hogs unsettled. Packers bid 3-lS.OO 'to 518.75. Caaplet! Treatment Tliat Eute aitaek of f so bid Uut my doilies would Forlbiif Iruffered tenrbly, I eooU (ti-no relief I tritd "Fniiativa" Altojelher, I boies of "Soottu-galva" ud two of am entirely well J I G TV Both these favorite tfrctilits are told by dealers it 50e DOI, 6 for j M, or sent on receipt of price by Fruit-t-tivea Limited, "Froit-a- tires" is ako put Df> U iaal siw whici ieUs for 25o. n Irish Methods fccNEAL ON TRIAL STRIKE IN BRITAIN WKLLA.ND, Out., Oct. 1 MAY fAtlSR McXealiViio narrowly cswipej lynch- UVUM. Irish Dominion De- mands Probe Into Methods of Dublin Castle ing by ah infuriated mob August D, Kill sfand trial today [oplho murder of tour-year-old Margaret Boucoek. i who disappeared on July 13 and whoso decomposed boily was found covered wilh brush near the new Wei- excavations at Thor- Yeslcrdiythe grand EMIGRATION LONDON', Oct. big .increase in emigration to Canada may be one result ot tb- strike of the Drltlsi coal iiitaers. A report from Morrlatoii, near Swansea, Yvales, this moralng stated that many of the s'.eel workers'" there who nave been idle by the land ship canal old, cm August 4. Jury brought iu a true bill against Me- j strike have decided to emigrate to Neal. I Canada at an early date. SYLVIA TAKES ON NAUTICAL TINGE LONDON', Oct. Pank- hurst, who .was taken into custody .arraigned In police eouti with attempting to cause sedition .In-tho navy by edit- ing and .publishing an Issuo of the newspaper The Worker Dread- nought" on containing an article'.oh'J'Discouteflt on the lower She''.was remanded on ball for .one week. MINEOUA-ALASKA AND RETURN TRIP- NOW COMPLETED .........featv.ro' of the This issue-closed yesr and opened this morn- ing, at 150, a gain' ol points. Breweries rose to Spanish niverTemaincdiihchahgeduutlteady at 107 as'did'also Laurentlde at 108. Brornpton made advance of -brie point to Brazilian an_i Riordan wore "iiuiet -at '215, Other issues-were quiet Chicano" Close CHICAGO; Oet. Sales: 203; March-195. May 531-.; May N.Y. Funds- NEW YORK, Sterling ex; change steady; cables Canadian dollars'91y4 rer cent, -i. Bar'Silver Oct. silver, domestic ti9Vi; foreign Montreal Livestock MONTHBAL, Oct. Sft._ Sale? slow, except at lower 'Calves, receipts XSooil veal to UaUCIiL.. Thus ended toSay's'proceedings be- fore the cabinet. They were concern- primarily with the position creat- ed by the order issued by the Board of Commerce and its subsequent sus- pension by tho iThere now.remains for. consideration wh'a't, if any other assistance shall he-given to" the refiners. Although not mention- ed at today's proceedings, it is under- stood that two other alternative-pro- posals are being submitted.by the re- finers for consideration. They are: the government' shall ex- tend to the refiners by-way of credits or financial ance to enable them to meet the "pres- ent situation. of tho customs duties on raw sugar now in bond in uuder contracts.made.under thVdir- ection of the Canadian Trade Commis- M1NE6LA, N Y, Oct The airplanes which left here July 15 to, establish. an air rante to Nome, Alaska, today .-completed their'round trip-arriving here from Pa j DUBLIN, Irish Do minion League yesterday passed unan-j imousJy a resolution which was for- warded (o Mr. Lloyd George and .the party leaders .In parliament, deniaiid- ing tho immediate appointment of a judicial commission of Inquiry into the methods of the executive and gov- ernment, civil, and military, legations may bo submitted fpr veri- fication. The authors of roe resolu- tion include men of the highest social atandiug. v Munitions Seized BELFAST, Oct. stock of re- volvers, bombs, _ fuses telephone apparatus, was dlscoveredvby the po- Ice last night iu a private house in the Ballynafaragh district, which is mainly a Protestant residential sec- .ion. Search of the placo followed the arrest of the address of the house in his possession. The police also ore reported to have discovered documentary thoy refused to" give any information concernicg the seizure. Black and Tan Terrorize Oct. populace was thrown into a state ol eiciiomcnt at three o'clock yesterday morning by repeated volleys from.rif- lesiflrcd by "Black and Tans" .who ar- rived In military motors. During tho shooting one civilian was wounded and a number of'-windows were brok- en. Several raids were made by tho invaders and eight men were arrested. PROLONG COAST LEAGUE by tliu Los Angeles grand Jury illeged attempts to "fix" year. LOS tion by ot al pennant race of the Pacfllc Coast League, scheduled to be resumed to'day, chief interest centering about the efforts to obtain testimony of mem- bers .of the Salt Lake City team of Make good staves and Cooking utensils. THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA has for rental at moderate prices SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES .for the safekeeping of valuable papers, certificates, jewelry, 'policies, etc. PROTECT YOUR VICTORY BONDS CAPITAL AND TOTAL Shcop, receipts Small Iqte o( Make the neKt dear taste better after smoking cleanse year mouth moisten your throat sweeten your breath Flavour LASTS Whether .the government will take any action on these further propos- als, has. still to be-settled... In a formal memorandurn, it is main; tained today that they had-been' fin- ancially prejudictu government control and that they had a just'clalm for. relief; but they sub- mitted no concrete scheme, of relief. The -refiners 'merery appealed to that "sense of'Justice'which should find a resting place in'the breast-of every honest The prime minister, when the hear- ing opened, reviewed briefly the action ol the Board of Commerce and the actuated the govern- ment in suspending tho order issued by that body. Ho, quoted the two clauses of the which, hatl "thoy gone into force, would have restricted sugar sales to tho Dominion and prohibited Importation and slated" that the government, had three main reasons for tho position it had taken: Board Was In Wrpng in Its opinion, the board had gone beyond its powers. it had not exceeded Its legal powers the order was not In ac- cordance with what was'contemplated by parliament when that body legislation constituting tho" Board of Commerce. i the purpose of.ihis act did not contemplate giving the board, power to prevent losses but simply to prevent" the making of ex- cess profits. .In addition rime-minister, cabinet ministers In attendance when tne hearing opened were: Sir George Foster, Sir James Loughe'ed, Hon..C. C. Ballantyne, Hon. C. J. Hon. O. D. Robertson, Hon. A. L. Slfton, Hon. E..K. Spinney, Hon. S. SVTolmle and Hon. R. W. Wlgmore: Hon. G. D. Robertson and Hon. S. P. Tolmlo had Just arrived in fromtth.e wost where they-liave been for over a month with the Tariff Commission. Sir Henry Drayton, of the Tariff Commission, will not be-back until tomorrow and wns not in attendance. The attendance in the prime minis- ter's office was even larger than when the railway rates appeal .was heard recently. All in any way Affected by the order were represented. What notion. It is now asked, could tho government legally take.-If'It were desired to assist llio refiners out of their difficulties? During the war period the government had recburso to tho War Measures Acl, when extra- ordinary with trade were considered necessary. But the War Measures Art has now censed to and In legal circles doubt exists If tlio government has authority 2bsa- utcly to prohibit Importation unless legislation first pasecd ly parlla- rnenl conferring such authority.. This legnl situation has been under' close study since the refiners first presShl- ccl their case to .the government and will no doubt have an Important bear- ing on the decision reached. HEAVY SNOWFALL AT BIOOAR SASKATOON, Oct. 19. Three Inches of snow fell nt Blggar, Snsk., and fls a result the roads' in that dis- trict are impassable, according to a long distance EttMtgo received tills morning. NAVY CUT irgima thoroughly enjoy QUALITY rJusively of the Virginia_ Tobacco ;