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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .THURSDAY, -OCTOBER DAILY.HERALD" PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS -Finance Winnipeg Grain Market WINNIPEG. Oct. market today was not actlte no particular feature was noticeable, while busl- Jieas in and tbe coarse snlus only of moderate- tizo. Wheat" prices were generally firm around Wednesday's close, showing little weakness during the last kour. Trading Is confined to tho profes- sionals with a little, buying of May by farmers who were reported lo bo Belling cash whcai. The local markets wero very Quiet. There was a scarcity of bur- erg on the martet and it was evident that shippers' requlrernente had been taken'caroot until tho end the rnonth.- October whut closed hisber; N'pyomber higher; December up and May 26 higher; oita. %c lower for October, %c higher for November, Itc' up for December and }Jc up for May; barley Ic October, down for 5ic lowor for December and Ic lower for May; October flax. ST-JC November, down, hnil December -2c lower; October rye Sc lower, November lower andr December 2c higher. 'v Quotations WHEAT Ocloh'er- rjeceinber May OATS- October December May -Xoveniber 229% GT'. Close. 227y. 213 210 .-.ISO. KJOV- ISO 118 .lOT'i 2S3 --1S1 172 October November December Hay...... Oclobsr November .-December October December ..v Cash Prices Xo. 1 Nor...232tt No. 3 Nor..'.2.25ii Xo. 5 Nor. V...... Feed Maniioba Track, Saskatchewan Track, Alberta C.W... 10 Xo. 3 Ct Ultra No. 1 Feed Xo.-1 Feed.. 62 Track..........'. UARL.EV--., Iv'o.- a C.W.. .118 No. ,1U Rejected and teed Track No. 1 N.-.W., C. No. 2 C.W.. No. 2 .2-J-! .232 Track No, 3 C.. W.............. i Chicago Futures CHICAGO, Oct. March May Calflary Llvettock cattle mar- ket opened Blow prices much the same as yeslertlay. Packers were buyins butcher sleers top med- jura tc good to }7.ttfl; common M.60 to heifors, medium to good JS.OO to cows topped medium to goeXl to tt.90; common to bulls, medium lo good J4.50 to 15.25; slockers top M.J5; medium to good 55.00 to fevders, medium to good 1C.OO to common to Calves .top medium to good to JS.OO. Three hundred and "forty-flvo lambs averaging CO pounds made Hogs are held at bul no sales. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG; 6000 cattle, 1095 hogs and 2CCO .Trading ;was Ulow at the opening with good quality adyi otbcr class- cs'and grades 25 to 50 cents lower. Good heifers to fair to good butcher cows lo' 50.50; good heavy (ecd- ors to to good 55.00 to 57.00. With only fair demand vfor sheep and lambs, markel was lower by on rams and 50 cenls lower for good multon sheep. IJog inarkel.-conlinucd to decline, 517.25 bid for 'select's.' Toronto, Livestock TORONTO, Oct. 2S 227; inarkel slow. Heavy'beet Eteers 513-5" to 514.50. Calves, receipts'50., Kew. choice cal- ves 'offered, tons. 517 to Sheep. receiiHs Lambs ?13 Hogs, receipts 1.15P. Prices uu- clmngca at fed anil. watered. Montreal Stock Market Ocf. local stock c-ichange was eiceeJfngly. ac- 3Ublican money offered at that yrlce. A number ot small bets were also reported at 1 to 1 asalust the Demo- cratic candidate. spectacular election feature here will be an old time-torchlight parade up Fifth avenue as a wlndup to a' day's campaigning by Governor Collldge of Massachusetts, tho Republican vice- presidential nominee. The announce- ment states there be chers and ISO in line. hi Plate Over Coffin Charged Foreigners With Murder Signs of Economy Evident Orders to Gov- ernment Employees at OTTAWA, resulat- ions to be observed by government clerical employees have been Issued. Henceforth letters arc to be single spaced, are to' be type- written, small sheets of official note paper used where possible sized envelopes are to be .used several limbs' before being discarded. "De- partments will have gummed address- ed labels for sealing. The recipient will cut through the label, preserve the envelope and use it again by seal- Ing tho flap wilh his own the messengers are cautioned not to' discard twine, but to user it as often as'possible acid when it is be- yond further use' to'forward it to-thc superintendent of stationary. Oct. pontifical re- quiem was celebrated this morn- ing In St.' George's cathedral over too body of lie late- Lord Major ilacSwin- ey ol Cork, Church the lord .major of Dublin, tba deputy lord mayor of Cork and deputations repre- s.entlng th'o parliamentary labor party and varlKis political and 'civil organizations attended. Thousands thronged every available space In the largo cathedral, scorss standing on chairs In the aisles, strain- ing for a'gllnipse of lha chancel vfhere the gasket reposed on a cata- falque wiih. four officers wearing Iho uniform of the Irish republican army standing moitynless as a guard of elaborate floral tributes. i. li. Thomas, Arthur Henderson, the service was concluded, 'oha R. Clynes and Wm. C.-Adamson, the congregation filed past the coffluI represented labor at the services, at the conclusion of tho services, hun-j Three of the nine cars drcds kissing the glass through wlilchtthe train bearing the body of the lord the pallid, emaciated face o( the lord; mayor were loaded'with police as ths mayor was visible. 'train left Euston station.' The casket was surmounted by wreaths and the hat which tho lord mayor formerly wore as commandant of the Cork brigade of {he volunteer army. The breastplate of the coflln bor6 an inscription In Gaelic reading: "Murdered by the foreigners In Hrix-j ton prison, London, October 23, the fourth year of the republic, aged 40 j years. God have mercy on his soul." I In tho front pews reserved for the family and. official delegations there was one figure missing, the lady may- oress, who collapsed' this ruoi'jtug from the strain and anxiety and was unable to at the ceremony In the cathedral.' The chancel.rails cud a large part of. the adjacent floor were strewn with Says Minister of 'Labor When Asked to Interfere in Order Concerning C. N. H. Employees tive but equally weak .during the first hour this1 morning. Every one of tho principal stocks went .down from one. to three points, and not one Issue ad- No. 2 Nor...229Vl 'No. -1 Nor...'.2l7ii :'230W USOVi .230Vi 'G1; 59 vaneed even fractionally. Abitibl' dropped' 2 1-2 riolnts to GC 1-2; Atlantic Susar'onenea 1-2 low- er at SO 1-2; Brazilian 1-4 point down at 35; while Broinplon lost one point to 70.''Hibrdon lost half a point in the eaily'lrading to 109 Spanish Hivr er, both niadfr substantial..losses. Chicago Grain Market CHICAGO, Oct. conten: ions that not dor veloped to the eStent which had been coked for, did a good deal .apparently odnj-ito''bring, about -a iicw setback n wheat prices.. was talk of )OssiblQ larger' wheat Canada.; Opening price's -which rang-] ed from 1 l-2cMpwcr with Dccem-j ber 203 to i'05 and Mrvfch 197 to 1DSJ ipoderatc rally, bnt then a fresh uagl Oats weakened r after, opening un- changed December at 53.7-S Ii5'54 and.continuing to De- scend. Sterling" Exchange NEW YORK; Oct. ex- change J3.4G 1-4; cab- les Canadian dollars 9 a-S'per- cent. discount.1 Nexy, York Stocks NEW YORK, Oct. sales 124; ,1J-.B; Steel S7T4; U'.S, Steel preferred Refined Sugar NEW YORK, .Oct. sug- ar was steady at 11 to 12 cents a pound wholesale, flctnil prices were also unchanged. HAY MARKET (Prices furnished by' Farm froducla Ltd.) No. 1 Timothy 833.00 No. 1 Mixed Timothy, and Al- falfa' 30.00 N'n. 1 Alfalfa 27.00 lo.b. cars Lethbrlilge or Coaldalo. VAN'COUVER, Oct. 2S. Found guilty last night oE ''the murder of Daniel Morrison, a liner logger, in a hotel ju this city, 17 Joseph. Reunion, aged 24 nml Miko Molyncux, iigcd. 29 years, were sen- tenced by 'Justice lo be hanged oil January 27. Morrison bad cdmo lo the'city for air operation and had on his person several hundred was bru- tally attacked in hi? room-by tlie men nnrt died the following day. Hob- bery Is believed lo have been the mo- tive which led to the murder. TORONTO, Gid- eon "Robertson, minister of labor, is 1 being drawn into n controversy with [the Toronto district trades and labor council over order" said to have been made by D. B. llauna, president of Canadian National Railways, to the effect lhat'-ho'-.employee of the government railways may hold public a protest against this ut a recent meeting of the Toron- to district trades and labor council, Secretary Alfre'd Glance, wrote to Horn. Mr. Robertsc-ii asking informa- tion as to-the-authority of President Ilanna to make sucli an ovder. reply from .Senator Robertson Is to the effect that railway employees in the right to present any-grieyances they might have to officials of the company, for adjustment-and assuming that if the 0 N It nid grievances thej would jire'sent them lo tho C X R officials tbroiigh their organlza Unlil this is Hua. Mr. Rob erts'on said in his letter, "it Is difficult' to understand'.why'the Toronto dis- trict trades and labor conncil should Interfere In tho matter." Can't Draw Mtnirttr Oct. 2S Canadian person desiring infor- wtlon about tho order must ask President Hanna.' I am not not be- ns drawn Into sny controversy re- garding This was ol Senator lioberlsoh, minister of labor, today vlien asked regarding a Toronto dis- ratch which slated that being drawn into a controversy witu tho To- ronto dlstfkt'.trades and labor .coun- cil in regard to tie order prohibiting employees ot the Canadian National Railways from entering pfclitics. From the-oulsct Senator Roberlson lias taken the stand that the, administra- tion of the government railways was completely in the hands of President Hanna and the.board of management and'that any. objection to the order should be made' to: the' man not to the government, v; c- .0 WRANGEL FORCED TO EVACUATE SEDASTOPqi...pCt. Tho, town of Alcxahdrdvsk, sitiiated on the left bank of the Dnieper, 5C miles south 'of Ekalerinos- lav, has been evacuated by the: forces of General Wrangcl, the' anti-Bolshevik1 leader. tf ff (Continued from i-'ront Page.) Uaheallhy soil kills the best of wheat. Unhealthy gums kill the best of teeth. To keep the teeth sound keep the gums well. Watch tot tender and bleeding gums. This is a symptom of Pj'orrhM, which afflicts four out of five pfopie over forty. Pyoirrliea menaces the body a3 well as the teeth. Not oc.ly do the gums recede and cause the teeth to decay, loosen and fall out, but the infecting Pyorrhea germs lower the body s vilal- Ity and cause many serious ills. To avoid Pyorrhea, visit your denlist frequently for tooth and gum inspec- tion. AndHSeForhan'sFortheuums. Forhah's For the Gums will prevtnt check ils progress, if used in time and used consistently. Ordinary dentifrices cannot uo this. Portion's will keep the gums firm snd hcaltny, the teeth -while and .clean. Start using ittoday. If gum-shrinkage has set in, use Forhan's according to directions, and consult a denlist im- mediately ,fcr special trealmcnt. 35c and tubts in Canada and U.S. If your dniggist cannol suppjy you, send price lo us direct and we will mail tube postpaid, r FQRTHEGUl voles. Probable Keptibllcan stales arc Delaware, Utah and West Virginia with 15 votes. slates are Arizona. Kentucky, Mary land, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico incl with yBtes... The Ileriildl, which is controlled -'rank A. Mnnsey, Is Kcptihltcan Today's developments in. the cam paign-inclnued statements o! expcntli .ure issued both by the Slepnbllcat and Dcmocralic parlies and anolhe declaralion by Governor Cox charging infair parlisansnlp by the Salurda> Bvening Posl. Tho Hcpiiblican financial statemen which was Issued al Chicago' In the form ot.a report died with the senat committee which inveatlgalml cam paigh expenditures, showed tnnt th party's efforts to elect Senator jrard Ing president will cost Tho Democratic statement, wlilc1 was issued by the nalt6nal commute In this city.shows total receipts up I Oclober 25 o! J878.S31, wilh disburse merits up to that dale of Till sum was made nn of conlribulioh with (he exception ot whlc was borrowed. How it is to bo pai back or when, is not slated. Governor Cox rested today al Day ton, prior lo leaving for Indlanapoli where ho Is lo speak tonight, bn from Dayton came a statement ovc his signature which severely arraign the Saturday Kvenins 1'ost and it editor, CIco. Horace The governor charges that th Post's attitude was Inspired by th "big b'ecanso they know they will get nothing belter Uwn sfltiaro deal If he )s elected presldeli Harfling spent the resting nt n Cleveland holel.'prepa'r, lory lo leaving for Akron, whore h spoaks'.lonlghl, Despite ,tho to Cox" whit Democratic leaders claim lo see In Ih eastern aliiles.-the belting this morning'were reported al 8 lo la tavov of Harding with plonly of -Oct.. IS.-rfCaifadian ilraniwell -Booth, ead the Salvation Army, on his ar- val here last' iiight at the Windsor ation, was met and welcomed by. Idennan J. J. Cr'eelman, K.C.; on be- alt of lite Toiler lie attended a meeting at .Ihe ilvation Army ciladeKbrf University reel where he-gave a'short sketch Mho career of his father, founder of 10 Salvation Army. Here tho gen- ral took a prominent part in leading lo the penitent form, a large uinber of. members of the audience eing appealed to by the general in erson and persuaded to make public remise of atonement. FAERS' BUSINESS i-For the past 54 :y ears, this Bank hag gnen particular attention to the business of Fanners. We have helped many over the rough places, and have aided many more to the highest plane of success. i V are prepared to "extend you every aid within legitimate banking practice; Come in at any time and talk over your affairs with You are always welcome. BANK Head Office Monlreat OF CANADA LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. CALGARY STOCK YARDS BRANCH, Established 16M, R. J. DINNING, M.iuzef. PEG LABOR OFFICIAL QUITS IN DISGUST resigna- on of Robert Hingland as secretary f the Dominion Jabor party and the ppoinlment of ifarold R. Maybank-aa ils successor at Wednesday evening's ueetine of the party, precipitalecl'a lolcnt discussion which at linle's hrealcned lo break up tho meeting n disorder and which resulted in de: ay of Important business regarding he nomination convention to held November 3. In presenting his (ingland said II was impossible, for htm to continue In office because he fee was being made the object of infair 'criticism and the largel for at- acks which wero unwarranted. _aaeor. Sab-Acetic? at Moiuich and Ffirjjyi. Renewing Your t Tire Treads arc specjiilists in rctread- ing of tires, :ill makes.. We renew the treads lit their origi- lOrni or foriiiK. Tliis is important to you, iwhen you tires arc and can pro- Jong the Jlfo of your old tires Tjy our up to dalo rclrep.iHng methods, Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works. PHONE E. CHAPLIN, LETHBRIDGE BRANCH AT MACLEOD 712 3rd AVE. 3. D. CHAPLIN, Macleod. MACDONALD'S Cut Brier More Tobacco fertile Money Canada's best VICTORY LOAN COUPONS We will cash j'our Victory Loan Coupons or place them to your credit in our Savings Bank where they will draw.interest at 3? per annum. THE CANADIAN BANK FGOMMERGE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND 1 Get him to about tHe early 'days in Southern Alberta. These residents of many years can supply the material for. the best stories in the etition What.yrill be the Southern Alberta school that will win the prizes? The winners will advertise'the efficiency of the training received in the schools they attend. Closes Dec. 10 THERE WILL BE EIGHT PRIZES, DIVIDED AS FALLOWS ADULTS I' First Second prize 50.00 Third prize 35.00 Fourth prize 20.00 Consolation prizes, .jjf" SCHOOL CHILDREN, Under 16 Years First prize Second prize 30.00 Third prize fourth Consolation prizes. CONDITIONS (1) CompolHIon will bo con- fined to bonafida-residents in Southern Alberta. (2) Stories must not exceed words. (3) All stories must bo tbgib- Jy written and on one side of paper. (1) In awarding marks for merit stress will be placed on tho particular interest of tbo contribution and tho particular narrative form in which H is wrlltcn. IteganI will also ho given to literary and grammati- cal construction. (S) Competitors must not ?t- (ach nflmo to Iho paper upon which story IK written. Tts name- and address are to to written on a separate slip paper. The Herald reserves the right of using any of the Glories whether in tho prlzo list or not. All contributions will remain Iho properly of'Iho Herald. Tbero will bo threo judges ap- pointed to examine nnd decide- on tho merits ot the contrlbu- li'ms. Of thesa two will SB' from tho outside, anil ono h member of the Herald editorial staff. The decision of the will In all cases lie. final, Tho competition Is open, with. onI entry foe. If you intend to compete, advise "The Herald Story Competition The Herald, Leth- bridge, at once. THE HERALD LIKE TO KNOW AS -SOON AS POSSIBLE THE NAMES OF THOSE CONTEMPLATE COMPETING IN THIS COMPETITION. ;