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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1920 '1HE LETHBR1DGE DATLt HERALD PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS WINNIPEG, Oct. The feature ct the market opening of the May futurev. Members of the ex- change have been pressing for this for some'- time, feeling IhaUIt would s-upplv a better .hedging month than December. The opening bid was or 7c over. December. opening for the day. The market today was fairly broad and acdrc. -Premiums on cash wheat are At the close No. 1 nortUern was le but No. "2 i showed 110 premium' whllo No. northern was 6 3-4 e under the future. Wheat showed good .'advances at! the Octpfier wheat fluctuated 8 3-8o and closed. 4 1-Sc higher; November fluc- tuated S closed 4 7-Sc higher; neceinber-fluclualijd 9 l-2c" and closer! while May showed a range 7 6-8c, closing that amount oreri the opening bid! "j coarse- grains showed nairow declines. Oats were off 3-Sc. to 1-Sc; barley J-2c lower to Ic? higher; flax 5 :to 4 l-2c lower and rye 6-Sc lower for October, .4c. for November and 3c lov er" for December, Quotations: October November December May October December Jlay Open. 202 209 G9 tj3 67Si Close. 232 2IOU 216% C854 November 170 December 16V Oath Prices WHEAT- NO. .1 Nor..233 No. 2 No. 3 Nor.'..225V4 .No. 4 Nor...217 Saskatchewan and Alberta ...............230 No. 3 C.W... feed No. 1 CS% No. 3 ill Hejecled and feed Track No. IN. C. No. 2 C.W...27 6 Condemned Track N'o. 2 C.W. Chicago Close CHICAGO, Oct. futures: WliealTT.-DeCcniuer; 202; March, 195 1-4. .'SI 1-1; May S7 3-S. 53 3-8; ?Tay 5S Winnipeg' Livestock WINNIPEG, Oct. settle; 450 hogs and -305 sheep.> Trading was .slow and uiarkct with the'balk of rale? showing a de- No. 2 No. 4 C.W... 10S 7 8BV4 103 No. 3 C.W... 240 ..230 ..280 October November-....7. Ocfob'er November. December 11114. ifs' 1023i 103 Sl'.J 05'A 2S01 2Sy 2SO 2Sli- 2S1 butchers SS.60.tb fair feeder steers, tp.JSV The sheej and laiub market was quiet.. Few goodjlambs while mutton was elieap" ir.l" to. fair'quality. bidding to for selection the h'og, marKet; Calgary- Livestock October Oct. market -VICTOR RECORDS Large Stock of Both from which to Select Mason Risch. Ltd. BALMORAL BLOCK ipened slow with packers and butchers bidding. Receipts: Cattle 393; calves hogs 85. Choice stcfrs }7.CO to iS.OO; medium to good to ?7.23; common to choice helfero 16.50; medium to gocsd >5.25 to IG.Op. hoice cows medium to good 15.50 "to JC.OO; common to t to stockers. medium to good lo JC. 00; feeders iT.OO; comnion. choice lambs fll.25; good to common fS.OO; medltuu ewes No hogs sold, quotations yesterday's market (20.00 off cars for selects. Chicago Grain CHICAGO. Oct. Wheat prices advanced briskly today after a weak start cii reports of liberal European >uylntr. Uncertainty regarding Brit- ish labor troubles together with bear- ish', reports from Argentina had con- iideriblo to do with opening declines. quotations varied from un- chaaged lo 2c lower with December 1.98 to 1.9G1S and March-TS9 to 1.90, and, followed by a decided up- turn well above yesterday's close. Oats followed other grains, opening unchanged. to higher, with Decem- ber to and then suffering a moderate general setback, but Inter recovering. Grain'. Oct. {By Canadian Returns received at tho Do- minion bureau of statistics for, the SVsek ending October 15 show' tho quantity of grain In store at the, diff- erent public elevators throughout Can- ada has Increased by 3.93S.5GS bushels of all grains as- compared with the previous week.: Increases are shown In wheat at busbelsr oals barley flax and'ryo liiEpecilons for the week ended October 14 were ears'as against Cars, the previous week.' Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Oct. The local slock exchange .was weak, at the open- ing this morning, practically every is- sue' falling off from ono to three points, i Sugar'fell a point from last There's Lawless Element Work- ing Against Police Who Have Handling the Situation With Too Small a Force. niglit'9 close at stocks. 16 -SOV4. Spanish also among the falling N.Y. Funds NEW YORK, ex- chunge firm; demand cables Canadian 9% per cent, discount. V Sar'SilWr NEW. YORK. Oct. silver domestic 99 1-2; foreign SO 1-2. HAY SIARKET (Prices furnished, by Farm' Products Ltd.) No. 1 Timothy No. 1M lied Timothy and-Al- falfa a No. 1 Alfalfa.................. f.b.b. care Lelhbridge or Coaldale. "When the Harvest Moon is Shining" Raderm'an's Orchestra here Harry Von Tiber's great musical hit as a vvaitr, and its a hummer, nhile on the reverse sirfc, "Venetla" One-step, Around" and "Voulez Coleman's Orchestra com- pletesa record, that will be hardto beat. "His Master's Record 2350O2 '-r 12-inch, double-sidetl, Price Master's Vtifce" Dance Successes: AH on Woch, doaWsWrf. Prtce teuihj 1 1 .00_ WE rAY TH1 TAX Aralon-Foj Trot 'Radmnan'l Norrlly Otctieslril "Trred }2l we Raderman'A N'oveltjr Tht Japanese Fox Trot TW. 8Hf tt Foi Trot Kadtma Bins Bml Frofr Lftf-fai Trot Stiulfe Bloc Blia -Veikbi Bins Bud Jott LUu a Trot (Iritra mt _- .._' _- _.- ColenUa't Ordbotn) TooTieJI'Enf-FoiTrm (Tolre. "SmUt TrtpaHW.l CaMIIIIanFoi Trot (fnlrt. "UT1I You oi Trot Aik Copy of cnlr rai "Iltl "Ifo Master's Voice Refolds. Ask to heir them at Any "His Master's Voice" dealers T Mantttacfnrtil by KF.mj.feK asAM-o-moxf tuima, HOXJRIM, 20152 xWe Have the Largest and Best Assorted Stock 6f Victor Records in Southern Alberta Willis Piano Store "HOME OF CANADA'S BEST" 7073rdAve, S. (Hull Phone 662. Crow's Nest Pass Towns Not So Bad As They Have Been Painted "But There's Room for Improvement a SUtt Reporter.) BLA1HMORE, :he situation lu the Crow's Nest Pass i a difficult one to handle, the A.P.P. seem. to'have the situation well In bind. Acting.under orders from the Attorney-Genera! the force has set about a hard task, but they are deter- mined to pal it 6Ver successfully, and It appears that they will do it EO far as It is humanly possible. It is a big job, the suppression of IHcltA liquor selling, especially in a region where Ihero Is a large foreign element'" working together iu the game." Tlie difficulty in the past ap- pearsito.havd been lu the Inadequate brco'.of officers in ih'o Pass. Tlie A. P.P..hampered by a small force, has borne the, brunt of tbe whole eltua .ioni And in-view of tho handicaps under Tyhich .they haVe heen lyorkiug, Uiey good work. V'1 A Lawless Faction The Pass towns arc not as bad as they are painted. True, 'the situation is a complei. one and needs careful as "there is a faction authorities at every hut at same tinio 'there Is element In the Pass whlcl Btands'flrnVlor law and order and are behind the police. In H.N.W.1J.P. has had a large force: of men in the Pass towns! for.patrol purposes. They stllj but, "criminal work hav- ing-been' taken out of their hands, they are not rendering any material support .to the A.P.P. so far as the Herald could.see. The citizens of the Pass towns fully sense the situation there. They know that the famous Tiassoff case put the "under u cloud. Later developments, in the unearthing ol lawlessness, especially violations of tile -Alberta Act, to the impreBsiou that got abroad.'Bui condition's ;in. the Pass have been exaggerated in some Instances, and lurld-'storles without foundation have effect which rls hopeful. The A.P.P. are determined to put a force in tho 3as3 that will be able to cope with situation, and tho firm resolve of .he authorities seems to have been noised abroad prcily widely. Meanwhile, ten cases "of alleged in- 'ringenients of the liquor act, one against Mayor Johnson, of Coleman, will ho hevd next week, also the cast) against Frank Delaney, an A.P.P. de tecllve, charged with holding up the clerk of the Cssniopolilan hotel at will be. heard next week. An imposing array of legal talent has been retained on both sides, and it is expected that the hearings'will not be lacking iu n'rc-wbrks. BALL PROBE NEARS CLOSE CHICAGO, Oct. bills may be returned today b.y the Cook county grand jury against" several -of the raeu whoso connection with the "Ihrowiug" of the 1519 world's series has been traced by the grand Jury's. InrosJIgatlou, ac- cording to reports in clrcula- lion as the investigation was resumed today. -j THREE YEARS IN PEN FOR BOY AUTO'THIEF MONTREAL, Oct. ye'ars In tho penLtcnitary was the sentence which Judge Baity Imposed OB George Norman, alias Maurice Xormandin, a 10-vear.oId boy, found guilly of the theft of an automobile. Tie record showed no previous alust Normandin. SASKATCHEWAN METHODISTS WILL PRAY FOR PROHIBITION REOINA, Oct. Odobei 3i, has been declared a day ot jrayer by SasiatchW wan. Rev. A. J. Tufts, president ol- the conference; is sending out mess- ages to all churches in the province today. hie message he saye: Melhodlst Church has fought hard and-unceasingly'against ravages of alcoholic liquors and again looks to make next Sunday a day of earnest prayei and stirring messages so that Monday may roll up the largest possible ma- jority of those who vote 'yes' against tho Importation into Saskatchewan oi intoxicating liquor for beverage pur-.-. poses." '.-V- INVENTOR DIES .COXCOtlD, N. Oct. A., H. lloyt, Inventor and manufacturer, died at his home here yesterday. become This the people o! the Pass' resent very strenuously. --A.P.P. bete'rmlned to Cleanup The. cleanup launched Thanksgiving pay, gives 'promise of being effective in at'Iaast: materially lessening the number of.. illicit liquor vendors in the Pass. is hSiviug z. moral PRINCEof WALES CHEWING TOBACCO a's standardl since 1858 Buys Herman Papers in Option .on Cal: gary Albertan ''_, HECilNA, F. -Herman has it Is said, on the Toronto JVVjd, and Hamilton Herald. He has hold his Saskatoon Hlar "anil Jlbrning Phoenis to Sir Clifford Sifton, and they will become part of the Free Press organization in the West. Mr. Herman was paid a of a-million dollars for his Clifford Is Bald to also have an option on the Calgary Morning Albartari.> view of recent articles in the Frep Press thpre is an impression that; the SiHoa "papers will back the'Griilri- Growers-biberal combination to win. A. B. solicitor for the Free Press; E.-H. llacklta, general nianag- Dafo'e, editor, and the-Free Press auditor'were in Saskatoon on Friday' -'coriipleting details of the transfer. Herman Is also said to be after a London paper, with a view sf join- ing up .a airing to operate in connec- tion -with his Windsor dailies, lie wlll'devoto hla whole time to-Ohlario publlcntiong. Wanls Greater Flow of Water For Trent Valley Power System tufcre is much questioning if the orhment will be, "able .to give any el fective assistance. The refiners selrcs, apparently, too op timistlo over their prospects. Basis Assistance Should, however; the-; governmen to lend assistance, It Is under two df the-main condition will b'e: examination by charter ed accountants, representing the go7 crnment, of of ,all the refin cries" to.determin exactly" what their finahclal posltio is, and what their profits, in recen years have been. If.auyj'-to be base on actual losdes sustained by operation of government control. What Are Proftts it Is. have agreed to permit examination of their books by charteredTaccquntants, .but; division of opinion Is :.said to havci arisen over the questioiij of defining profits. One refinery made a profit of several millions some time ago In a sugar deal with Its act- ual .business of Canada. Such a profit, it has been urged, does under earnings from, There Is tin evident, "disposition in government circles toV reach some defiiilte result on .question! todayAefore the prime minister leaves for his western .speaking tour. Should the government reach ji, decision to- day, 'It would 'not miiaii the laying down of the principle of whether the goveniment would.give direct assist- anco to. Iho refiners, but most likely .come In the way. of relief throngh customs duties. TOUO.NTO, Oct. wltli (he report of Mcury Holgale, the Montreal eiiKlnccr, in support of the pnatllon taken by the officials of'-tho department of railways and canals, In refusing to give tho Ontario Hydro- I'.lcclrle Power eompniiy. a greater flow of water for its Trent Volley now- Sir Adam lleck, chairman of tho Hydro Commission 'sent a strongly wordtid telegram to Premier Mcighen today. In (ho tclcgrnm, Sir Adam declared that Sir. Holgale's findings were not based on the-actnal facts and lie stated that If there was not more co-operation on the part of tho department the value of the Trent power syslem will bo depreciated by 50 per cent. Mr. Ifolgalo'i; findings are flally con- tlie hydro .cngfncevs. Mr. liolgate's report says tliat a nlscharge of .water from'lakes nbove tli6 nroacnt flow which Is about culle feet per'second shouM not bo permitted, and, sir Ailain replies that If' the department bad jiormlltcd nn averAgc flow nnuld have beei] no power N, 8, APPLES ARE HELD UP BY STRIKE ST. JOHN, N.-B.) Oct. Many tbflusRnds of barrels of apples will bo held up In Mils country by the indus- trial difficulty In tp local steamship agents, who been notified that few shipments will bo made until the situation clears, i TAFT ATTACKS DEMOCRATS Ills., Oct. administration iras attacked :is-n "personal "system of government" and. Governor Cox, tho Democratic presidential nomine, charged with affiliation wllh "tn'o llqjior gronp In politics" by former President Taft In a campniETi address" hero last night. ONTARIO SELLS TREASURY BILLS TORONTO, Oct. province of Ontario nmda a rnilck sale yester- day-.of an Issue of J3.000.000 six per cent., six treasury'. oJils lo Acmllus company, and the Home. Bank of Canada. i The purchase was mado 'at a private sale. They will bo offered Incally to yield six per cent. Tho price paid to tho province was not made public. There wiis somo complaint among the dealers because tenders were not call- ci X TT is unfortunate but true that the least value goes with the cheapest clothes. Don't hesitate to pay a fair price, but demand for every penny.' 20th Century Brand clothes are the value standard to-day. Sold Eteclutively BERT KESTER'S MEN'S HOP HOME OF MTH CENTURY CLOTHING ;