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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WliONESDAY, OCTOBEK 27, THE LETHBRIDGB'DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS Winnipeg Markets i Cash Prlcea -WINNIPEG. wheat market locally was much steadier to-1 No- 1 Nor...2Jli4 No. 2 day, the fluctuations showing a narrow spread. -There was more liberal sell- ing oil the bulge but there was ip export dezhaud. Tfce market generally No: ii No. 4 No. 5 6 Manitoba Track, Saskatchewan..........2JS io yesterday's largo export business.! Raioy weather which might further' retard rural deliveries also appar-' ently bullish influence' irt tbts (fo'nnec- llon. Opening Quotations jwer'g .un- changed to 1 l-2c higher withiDecein- ber at 211 and March 203 1-2, and were followed by substantial gains all around. 1" were firm, opening 1-8 to 3-8 d j higher with December 64 7-8 to 65. Montreal Stocks Oct. The local stock market was exceedingly Inactive during the.first halt hour this morn- is very nervous and erratic, and easily.1 Track. AlberU responds lo pressuie either way. Tho I local cash wheat market ;was dull and 3 C.W... J1V4 featureless. The coarse show-j i-'tra No. 1 Feed', ed little cksnge, but price? remained; 1 Fw''d.; S3Vi Tery firm. .._ i Tract October wheat closed 41ic lower; [T. B Xc-vember in.vf.r- No. 3 C4% No! 2 Feed.. Dacember and May 3c down. Oats y6Cejec lower for October, November 1'Ij lower and May 3c down. Oas C'nejecled and feed Xo. 4.CAV...11S higher, 'o. 2 C. Wl .192 Wlnnlpeu Livestock WINNJIJEG, Oct. It'ecelpU ,2400 cattle; 630 hogs' and 1400 sheep; Trading was falr- iy active at tha opening this morning .with prices In'line with SWEOtY Tbe Toitves of Dyspepsia Bj IAS D'os, C. B. was a terrible m.Terer from fxf Cfistifalhn ft? yean. t had pain after eating, hrlchin? f is, eovtuit and did. not sleep Ing and practically no trading was done. Spanish River made a. new low at 102, while Laurentlde dropped a point to 103, after closing at 101 yes- terday. lol'd 206; March 200; Inaweek, May 5iVJ; -May 59V'... New York Stocks JJBW YORK, Oct. Slay -.October....... November-... December....... May October...... November December L. May ..V October November December October November December I... 221.V4 217 101 GS ISO 9S 201 IS9 ISO only exception and cutlers which; cents lower. Medium butcher sales: OP.R. U.S. Steel U. S. Steel preferred 107. Sterling 'Exchange NEW YORK. Oct.. ex- change firm. cables .Canadian dollars 9% per cent, discount. Bar silver, foreign HAY (Prices furnished by Farm Protfucla No. 1 Timothy.............. S33.00 No. 1 Mixed Timothy and Al- falfa 30.00 No. 1 Alfalfa ..I........... 27.00 Tba'aro'not I1' In g- T.-li'cn nso Dr. tteue's Oii-l- roent for- Fc7.ema nnd Kftli. Irrita- tions. It rt-lluvta r.l unco aiid giadu- BinHy heals ibo skin. IVIK JJr- Cliasc's OliiLnicia free ti you jhCntlon Uili rapcr rind flfh'tl.'j.stanip fcr postage. (XSc. a uox; an dealers cr Bate3 Co., r.lmlU'd.'faronlo. E s J6.75 ,t'o. f S.50; cholci'''19.00. to J10.CO; choice butc'ner cov.s to good to ?6.25. There was a limited demand on the abeep acd market, '.with pro- spects of a decline .of 50 'cents. lioss showed a. furllier decline to- day when (11.50 was bid for selects. Caloary Livestock CAI.GAIIY, Oct. cattle mar- "SOVi briskly, local paclc- jers belug out for beef. Butcher steers j topped at ?S.2? with niedluin to good !at to common 54.00 to Heifers, lopiied at. JC.50; med- ium to good cows top 50.15; medium to stockers, good to r i feeders, medium to good jto 57.00; calves top medium to j good 'to 58.00. I No hogs wcro sold, sellers asking IS20.00 for selects oft cars, buyers bid- iding lower. Montreal1 Livestock MONTREAL, Oct. Cattle, receipts 150." There cattle; on sale and no good ones Coffered. .1. -Calves, receipls 100; prices un- changed, Sheepi receipts 460. Lambs little firmer; top selected sheep ?7. Hogs, receipts'945. -'Oil car selects 518.50 to ?19. Toronto.Livestock TORONTO, Oct. receipts, 1.5S2. Choice cattle steady but few offered. Heavy beat steers In ?14.50. Calves, ITS. MS. Sheep, receipls Lambs little stronger jit ._____ weaker, 75c to f.o.b. cars Letbbridga' .or Coaldale. (Continued Kr'om Front Dr. Grifllths, She senior medical of- ficer the prison, said he began at- tendingMacSw'Iney September 1. "He thpu weak and had. certain signs ot rtuberculosis in the added the', physic Jan. The coroner asked what Grif- the Coajtipglicm Was corrected and soon 1 was free of pain, and that' miserable' that accoa> panics IHsptpsij. I continued to talte this splsndid fruit incdicina and norf T am hell, stroug and igoro IIOBEUT NE WTON We. a 6 for trill site 25a. At all dealer? er sect postpaid Fruit n-Ures I.iraifcl. NEARLY A MILLION IDLE IN GERMANY BERLIN, Oct. muni- u cipal employment bureau au- nouuces that men and women In Germany are Idle. Of these are in Berlin. v The labor ministry' estimates that soon three millions will be fr unemployed or ou short time. constitute mately onefourth of Ihoso idle. .4 not to be- deceived Into eupposlng that mperitllslic schemes ended with de- fwl of Germany or "that Germany is ojdy nation that entertained such schemes or was moved by sinister am- and long-standing jealousies to attack the very slruciure of civlliza- lon." "Tbere are other .the president, "which are lltely t.0 be First Audience President Has Had With Delegation Since His Illness ed by commercial'JealousjL by the de- slro to dominate ami tn have their own way in politics and in enterprise aod it is necessary to to' apprise them that the world vUi be united against them as it was against Germany it they attempt any similar thing." J. A. Coughlin, well known powerfully moved or are already mor-stock exporter, is dead at Toronto. made-tb "arouse racial hatred" lo de- feat him. .1 a statement issued at Chicago, John T; Adams, an official of the west- errirdivision ot the-'Republican organ- ization, declares that the political slt- natloii In the, middle western, states "indicates Republican majorities so enormous that; one hesitates to even mention them." This follows on the heels of a state- ment by George White, chairman of tho Democralic-TitiuOijlii committee, in which is stated "victory Is coming now that we can not only feel it and hea'r it, but we can, see it." TORONTO MUST- HAVE VIADUCT TORONTO, Oct. T. L. Oct. Wilson received at the While House today a.delegation ot pro-league -Tie- publicans headed by Hamilton Holt, of Xey; York. It was the first poli- tical reception he had held during the presidential campajgh'and hi? address to the delegation the first he bad made since he was taken ill more than a year ago. President Wilson appealed for the completion of the "great moral ach- ievement" which, he said, the great war represented, asserting that "it will have been In unless the United States completes the work she then began. "There Is only one way to assure the world of he declared, "and that is by making it so dangerous to break the peace that no other nation Church of this city declared yesterday I will hare the audacity to attempt it.1 The president declared in the that this city'; was going to insM on the carrying out ,of the order ot the fiths considered the direct cause of ni death. The doctor replied: "Heart' Dominion railway commissioners, H lower, i .Chicago. Wheat _ CHICAGO, conlin-1 ued on the upgrade today on general buying'which was chiefly ascribed to notice'taken of tho farm strike and failure following scilrvy, due lo ex- hauslion from prolouged-refusal to late food." Coroner to. Jury Coroner Wyatt, in" instructing the jury, said that if it founrf.the deceased had deliberately killed, .himself' -it shouldsrelurn a verdict of self-murder; second, if it found his mind .was BO unbalanced..that he did'not realize what would .he. consequent upon his refusal of foii' shdnld-ilnd his death was due to. while ot unsound mind, or third; it it found Ihe prisoner did not intend to kill himself.'bul, ow- ing to Ills physical condition death en- sued, the jury: should return an open verdict. V During the inquest the'solicitor ..rep. resenting'the treasury department 're- vealed that.. flve-dajrs.. .before Mac- Swlney's death the.liojne'bflice doctor read to him a statement signed "by Secretary Shortt as follows ,.f' "The "secfethry ot stale scleinnly warns you-vnlhnot bo. roioas- cd and that ynu alone will be respon siblo for and consequence which ma) your- persistence ing food." To'this Lord Mayor MacSwinej merely replied he had been told that We eat too We eat too much. Eat less-chew it more. WRIGLEYS after every meal aids digestion, cleanses the mouth and teeth, sweetens the breath. previously. After tlio Jury retired, Solicitor Ma.'cDonald suggested that a fourth verdict might offered, namely, "as protest against his arrest.' Verdict Th'e In 12 mlnuies ahi a Juror announced Ihe verdict: ''Deatl was to heart, failure couBequeu dii'a refusal of _- The coroner suggested Uiit Hie nnd ing lie amplified by the inclusion o Dr. Griflilhs' testimony, to which th< jurors, read the verdict in which Mayor Mac Swiriey was referred to ns a ".volunteer officer" not mentioning tho Irish rcpuu lican army. The corquer thanked the jurors 911 behait of the King and the party had stalled to file put wlien Spllicitor MacDpnald Usked tho cor oner to issue 'a burial permit, sayin Interment would ho made in Irelani The coroner declined tb do this, say :fng he had no jurisdiction. The hom dirice, however, granted tlio permi without; delay and the body Mayor'JIacSwlney was' turned over to his relatives in time to permit the ori- ginal plans to be carried out. lade some years ago, that tho rall- should-conslruct'a viaduct along IG waterfront in Toronto. course ot his address that the so-called Americanism prated BO much about in the United States is "spurious and Invented for party purposes only." The president -warned his hearers Make good stoves anil Cooking utensils. THE ROYAL BANK JOF has for rental at moderate SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES for the protection from flre or burglary of valuable buslneu or private VICTORY BONDS, LETHBR1DGE BRANCH.............E. E. MACKAY, Manager Branches also at-Magrath, Cardstxin and Tabcr. (Continued .from Proiit Page) Sealed Tight -Kept Ri TheRsvou LASTS! mission of women to the franchise. Locally, Hearst's sudden and tin-- explained change of tactics has arous- ed considerable interest, though as support is regarded in a good many qnarters as a sort of "hoc-