Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
GE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS ;-i ;J. s Oct. A heavy leu'- .-market opeaedrUncertam with pric again h evince on tbVoa the 4owast.de from Saturday's today arid wheat Vices 'dose, The receipts were: Cattle, about 4 to 5 cents lovvor, 20S; wives, 27; hogs. 2. Butcher steers loli spreads vveakcr.tbe medium to to premium on No. 1 northern disappear-; medium to cows. ins entlrelv medium to good. bulls ing enurei... Utnckers and feeders, J5 to ?8. Calves, lo Hogs duoted at ?20 ars for selects The demand for wheat was ly'popr and at the same time offerings yere much larger: There -were no re- ports of anv new business belus vork- ed, and absolutely no demand from ex porters and verv llttla from millers either American or Canadian The course market was far moro active t'uu wheat Offerings wcro somewhat hcavx and rices de lu sjinpalby wjth wheat Ihcro was a fair demand for coarse ctx over thp week cud >ollcd. At several of tho polls la the residential sectlous ot the city, there was a good lino up of Voters between 7 oad 8 and one case-, at i poll on 107th avenue, there were 17 votes cast-before this morning. Tho polls will close ut 0 p.m. sharp. At Regiria Indications point to on eitrehiely .light volo on the liquor'referendum'in Kcgina City. At noon lew voters had found their way to the booths. One ciiy poll has 179 on the lisf and only 2S had voted, auotlicr 125 namis with 3 voting be- fore lunch. Tlie returning officer issued 102 ncles for scrutineers, all-of vvhoiu were working for dry forces. Tho wels have no organization. A Urge majority of the ecruttineers a rfi wo- men, and .wpmou arc working 111 prae, tlcally every poll In the cits Few Canadians Sbould Devel have b encountered :ranco" -worker 0. E. S. AVhitcsides of Coleman Gives Good'Aiyicc'at Min- ting Institute Mcel Oct. (Caiiaillan press While foreign capital was MACDONALD'S tone on ntarlv ill elates, aud ills 1UH Cl wn ot cattle Medium to good qli a butcner bleor ?C fa SO A with again lovvei, telects being disposed l-Sc down (of December and unchang cd for Ic uj> for October, i A4o bighor lor Ivovember oSc up December and 1 a lower tor May flax 2 Me lower tor October 1 1-2e down for November nnd 1 l-2c lower for December; vye 3-lc down for October. "Quotations: October November December NEW "iOKK Oct tales C P H 125 34, U S steel S3 11, U S steel preferred, 107 34 Toronto Livestock TOROMO Oct recelplb 4 937, welcome and sadly needed to help in developing Canada's natural resources, it wss nevertheless essential Ibat-Cau adlau inlnlug should bo .undertaken b.v Canadians, aud that the title Canadian temperance -worker ,nmBrai resources should be retained me Appearing at f r as by was He there he Btittement of 0 E. S urcsidcut of the Cauadiau Institute ot Muling and Metallurgy in opening a three-da) convention ot the Institute icre loili) Because of general Ignorance concerning wining matters." was belus e was .no desire to makc-tha refercu dum xoutenUous ill auy way MEIGHEN WILL BEGIN HIS WESTERN TOgR. IN October December May B WILEY October November OUober December Ojien. Ml 2H 63 113 10214 ''7 WINNIPEG TONIGHT Oct Hoii Arthur premier of Canada passed through Winnipeg bundaj evening on his way to Portage La Prairie, where he spent night Tho premier will return to Winnipeg at noon, today, and in the evening will de iver here October 185 Cash Prices i Ivor 227 No 3 Nor "0 No 'f rack, Manitoba and Alberta No 2 C W 71 3 C Ei No 1 feed 1 feed C" No 2 feed Track No 3 117 Yo 4'CW Rejected and feed frack t No 1 N TV C No CW 275 No 3 C Condeained Track RYE-: l 2 CW C al g ary Livestock C4LG4RY Oct TB" 205 '211 "68 11G 95% 270 270 277 2 >Nor 22 4 Nor 212 Saskatchewan v Co CO 55% 111 .276 236 .226 57G cattle Stiff Joints Sore Muscles Smoothed Out By Wizard OH Soreness: 'and resulting from unaccustomed use of muscles or -too .much exercise, snehss ten- nis gol( hand ball etc., five v a> to the soothing cITcct of Hamlin's Wizard Oil 'It perct ales last, drives out the. sore ncis and limhcrs up stiff, aching joints and nluccfr i uiVIr s Oil I good dep'Dd nMe ration lo tn thD roeOlcTna i ay far Away It I n re 4 -i apiiilc t n (or c I 1 u ra. i ti sllaf Sp aina and ILC-I! raptaly ucdcr' Its tqothlnr. rietieti'illiiij qualities. hatJ. Centrova aiEe boltltf' !Sc. If TCu r.r? troubled vllh pllla al -Just plpaaact 39c, trade draggj Quotations steers ?13 50 to ?14 50 227 receipts 497 -Trade slow dropped 50 per 100 pounds Sheep receipts 2 fcoO Lamb market stronger bv J) cents, not many to ?9 Hogs, receipts I 8aS Hog price' for fed and watered today 1s Montreal Livestock MONTRLAL- Oct receipts 2315 )0 'A market was Cood catUe ower i Calves receipts 1107 calves I ivere sold it ?oOO to :or common grades. "Good veal steady, bheep receipts 7312 The lambs of Jered were.of i'poor quality. The mar- i iot was" lower. Sales were uneven 511.00 to for best jots. Hogs, receipts Selects were iO cents lower. Montreal Stocks Oct 2 onj tlie local stock exchange today dining the first half hour was very dull Abitibl went down S to 71 Bromp tori rose a '4 to Jjaurehtido clos- ed Salurda> night at and opeu ed this morning at Urewenes vv is }s off at niordon -was thol onlv strong issue for thD opening to I trengthen the wheat market ence however, of any signs ot fresh xport business was more or less a heck on bullish sentiment Trade I Y.8' light Opening prices varied from off lo Ic advance with December 99 to 201 and March 193 to 194 and wero -followed by moderate gains' all around and then something.of a re- action Oats followed other grains, opening unchanged- higher with.Decem- jer to and keeping close to opening figures N Y Funds NEW YORK, Oct. ex- change firm Demand }3 46% cables Canadian doll irs Per cent discount. Chicago Close CHICU50 Oct futures "vs 199 12 March 192 3 4 79 7 S Vay 53 18 May, 5S 1-4. Bar Silver Oct silver domestic 99 1 2 foreign 80 7-8 HAY -UAKKBT rices furnished by.- Ltd) 1 Timothy 1 Mlsed .Timothy and'AI- Ha 10 00 SNo 1 Alfalfa 2700 ice? fob caro Lethbrldge l Mr asseiled thb Canadian public ns a whole falling lo rea: liie the zrcatuess of their own herit- age and allowing it to pass out of their hands into the control ot others.' The afternoon! session was devoted to papers on the western coal industry and mine rescue and firat ind work. imumimiimiimim BRITISH CONSOLS A blend of finelobaccos lor men >vlw smoke ihetest Pound the first speech'in ,his-western tour iiiindred members of the snsli night IlllllllllllliUlfllllll lute enrolled at the first session and siieak In Moosjt Jaw, and then wil more aresexpected In from the moro proceed to British series of meetings distant provinces tomorrow i plok Medical science knows Mrious is the sign of blecdins gums. For it that tender and bleeding gtms arerthe fore-runnera of Pyorrhca, that dfcad disease which afflict? four cut of five pcopls over It the, disuse is unchtckcd, the gum-lino recedes, ,tho teeth decay, 1 looscnand to rid the system of the Ryoi rhca poi- tons generated nt'tlidr seep into the system and wreck .the cause rhcraatisri, anaemia, and many To av oid Pyorrhea, visit your den- tist often for' tooth and glim inspection, v and use 1'orhaa's I'or the Gums. Tor- Ina's I'd the Gums will trevcntiP; rhea or check Us progress, if time ami used consistently. Ordinary dentifrices cannot do i this. Forhans keeps the gums firm and teeth while and clean. Start using i today." If gum-shrinkage has already sctin'UECtoriian'saccGrdingtodircc lions and consult your dentist imme trcatmcjit, 33o and in Canada an U.S.'" If your druggist cannot'suppj ymi.'scnd price lo us direct and we wi PORTHE GUM (Continued" frnm KTont I'agO) Votlra In Calgary CAU3A11Y, ICeen Inleresl a being -cihlbitcd in the liquor im- ortalldu plebiscite whlcii today Is be- ig voted on in the city the prov- i cc g.-jn ernll return I us officers lie ng liepi'bnsy answering "calls who wish to kiiow just whore they oto. Tho polling..booths ;up to noon were not kept very hard at work, liow- ver, cup booth duly, registering 28 oteo UP 'lo ihat jiour ofil of a posaiblo olal rif approximately 130, olallcd up 33, while still a third !iad 30'up.to'the'iioon hour.. The N.S. Oullook tlie conclu-, slon of an .exhaustive nnd energetic campaign leaders ot tbo prohibition mty expressed cbiifidenco in tlio out- come as Nova Scotia tbo :oday to vole on the (inestloii ot the of impoilation of.liquor.. leaders of Iho "aiilis" were diftld- ent about expressing ail opinion but based Ihfclr hojic of viclory. on Holitax and Capo liretcn "silent" Tlio opIn'on.waR cspresidd by lead- ers oil hoUI'isMes that.the recent IJrll- lull Colrimbld'-'retefeiid.ilm; results would aet-lrtllie interests ot tlie "wots" to a considerable extent.' The polls opened at C o'clock tills morning Eorao voting had .been done lieforo S o'clock, Vptlng ceases at' C p.m. tonight, At Cdmonlon EDMONTON, Oct. first hfllf of voting day lias been a. fairly busy one, according lo reports froiri'a number of tho city polls, and the indl cations .vote will bo ?330u Goodyear'Tires cost you less per year or per mile than they did before the wair. The price of Goodyear Tires; in that time has -increased less than 2% on some sizes, and only 15% oh any while most commodities have in- creased over vj- We have been able to .keep down the price of tires largely because of Gpo'dyear's economical system" of distribution (direct Irpmf actpry to Service Station, saving proffit arid reducing pirig 'This slight increase overshadowed by greater mileage made possible; by increased Good-' year Quality and broader Goodyear Service: Owners now report cost-perrniiile much below that of five years ago. You, too, can secure fair Goodyear prices and bng Goodyear mileage by calling on the Goodyear Service Station. Dealer; i _...'.. s THE GOODYEAR RUBBER GO. OF ADA, LIMITED These arc examples of Goodyear mileages above tlie impossible six years ago. The increased' Goodyear quality and: broader Goodyear service which have these greater mileages will.also enable you to keep down your tire costs, OWNER Dr. 11.1. Si'cgel, Toronto 1'. licrgoiann, Mum Coulee U.Harvey, Colowa'cr Mr. Johnston, Montreal Jas.ii. Porcupine Harry I'itzgibbon, Cobourg A. 0. Woolcr, Cut. N. Moiitgoraciyi Brighton OWXIIE Harvey Clarke, Sc'nombugi J. Trailoti J. Vaiulrick, .Midget Hay, Aginoourt 0. II. Graham, Wmiipeg 1'. H. Burton, Hamilton J, K. Waugh, 1'lorcnccvtHc S. 15, ilcndcrson, Findfalcr 12.0U) Ow.vtR H. Otfdwa W. K. Riibinson, Ixrodou McBridc's Garage, Torouto Clias. A. JJvatiS, Dr. II. II. Wilbum, Vanconvrt Win. Sinclair, Newcastle, N.B, Tovrosend Livery, II. Sims, Niagara Falls IJdraonton J. Weir, Vancouver Western I'ud Co., Nsnaimo JveKc-n 13. Porter, James Cross, Saskatoon IS. R, FiShJr, Ollawit 12.000 liMAOE CANADA'