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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta f HE'LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD'. PAGE mis MARKET REPORTS .V Winnipeg Grain Market WINNIPEG, Oct. evening up pf October contracts was line pressure, had a bullish beiug tarried on throughout today's day on the wheat market. IV market ami near the close it was re- a general frost in Argeutlu: Chicago' Grain Market CHICAGO. Ocl, of had a bullish effect to- eports of ported that all sliorts bad been able to to handicap Ihe bears'. In addition, cover without any difficulty. This Jn-lvJiUistiKdlnB that taken as a whole short covering'was responsible for thoiprlmiry domestic receipts .continued hlghe.' wheat prices prevailing duringjlibefaf. It was contended that at .a tended as to (he Possibilities the early part of the session, .and which fell away near the closo on a. decreasing demand; There was no 'business reported and none until the .October month is out, of the way. Cash especially Xo. 2 north- ern which was selling at a premium of was iu gboil demand. There was "little change in.the coarse grains. ,Tho, demand for rye has fallen oif ;nnd R decline a for the future ana cash was recorded. Wheat closed %c higher to unchang- ed; oats %o lower'to X'c higher; bar- ley 3d higher'.to: >4c lower; flas 2c lower "to up andxve 8H' Cash el9Eed ft c .of-the'-Well at Fort- Norman east 10 days would be required -.14 prove.that fanacrs were not selling. Dueuiug prices ranged to 151 c lilgherWith December to 203 and Marcli 201 to 202, followed by material further gains and theii something ot a setback. Oats were stroue, opening unohans- cd to vie higher with December OiS and then scprhig general up- turn. V Calgary Livestock CAIXlAllY, Oct. market for steers' today.'was fair but'slow for. butcher cows, which showed dine from yesterday's de- figures. Ile- hogs 37; October November December May v.t Xiwember May November May October November December October November December i Cash Prices Xo 1 Nor...233 No. 2 Xor...2SO% No. 'No. -1 No.-'5 Nor. Track. Manitoba Track, Saskatchewan ..........230Vi .'..........'.....-'30% OATS- NO. 2 c.viV.; TO NO. c.w... No. "1 Feed .04 No. I No. 2 Feed.. 59 NO. :i NO. i .in Rejected and feed Sti FLAX- NO. IN. W. C..................230" 'No. No. 3 .240' Condemned'.................230 .........2SO No" 2 Bar Silver NEW VOHK, Oct. silver, domestic 49 T foreign 'Chicago .Closing Futures CHICAGO, Oct. futures: celp'ta, stem, Ul; hogs 37; sheep S37. medium to good JG.10 to to Open. Closc.Uc.OO; llngood 232 233 o JG.CO; cows lop medium to 328Vi good to cows lop JC.OO; 213 medium to good {5.00 to. 15.75; cora- 213 noh 54.00 to J5.00; Btockers, medium o good to 15.75; feeders, medium o good to 57.00; c'ommfcn .o calves, feeder lambs i averaging 35 pounds made Jloss f 10.75. for selects off cars. !22 122, Winnipeg Livestock JOSy. 107'.', Ort; 2SOO. cattie; 23! 109 100 hogs and 354 sheep., .Offerings tola head. There 2SO.. little .morning for auj 282 class or grade of caltlft Medium tc good butcher steers; to heifers aiid.cowsi medium'to1, goo. J.4.50 to good to .choice feede 177 steers Fair to-gbod-nualily lambs ?7.00 t 5S.50; good mutton sheep t .Hogs decline of 2 cents, Exchange i NEW vbllK, Oct. ex- ARMISTICE DAY NOT Jl- A PyBLIOKOLIDAY OTrAW.i. Oct. November 11 (Ar- mistice Day) will not bo'declared a public "holiday by the Dominion gov- srnmeut} Ttft matter was under con- slderatiou by th1? cabinet, today and it waS decided b'itsue a fproclama- tlon tailing.upoij the people of Can ada to suitably 11 serve and commem- orate'the'anniversary of the ressatioQ ot There had been re- quests froti) "a number of cities and towns that'a public holiday should bo proclaimed, was deemed advis ablo-ta let the'decision rest with the Cydrs aad. municipal authorities. 1IMPDTS O.K.ONCOX Democratic Candidate's AtUtudc Has Won President's Admiration C.-VLGAHY, Oct. 20 thousand allons a minute Is the prediction o isi'Drst brought in iu the Fort district, and the iLiperial Oil ompsuy Is preparing to punch a ,dls- rict 200 nitles Iu find nobody nows how lung, full of holes for wells: 'hat these will all bo producers. Is iio.word brought down froni ihat-dis- rict by Air.-' Patrick who drilled the first well.which has excited so snuch luriosily la' the oil world. The location of this first well is ight on the bank ot the MacKenzlts Iveiy and speaking of tlie possibilities if 'getting the" fluid out of the coun- t's', Mr. Patrick'is of the opinion tfiat northern roiite' will ;be more tea- sible there are dIfilcuUios In hat direction in the way of rapids in he Behrln'g Straits, and also the fact that the, river is open only a-feiv months of .tUe .year. Dredging'and ice-breakers, might, even overcome Ihcse obstacles ill .bis opinion, should tho field develop as he anticipates it will warrant such procedure. That Hie wholo district will he punched full of holes as drilling rigs can an brought inlo tlio country, but- the difficulty is that the government will not permit settlers to enter the country farther north than Fort Smith without a full year's provisions. GEOLOGIST FELL DOWN-SHAFT PEEKflJflLL, Jf. Oct. exploring' the workings of an doned'minc, along with 10 of his sfu Professor-.M.-C. Schmidt geo legist, fell down the 275-foot shaU ti'rday' into' water change steady, demand cah' les.53.4614....Canadian dollars .9'i.per ceht.'.iliscountJ r Now York .Stocks NEW YORK, Oct. sales ,U.S. Steel ,U.S: Steel preferred r MARKET (Prices furnished by Farm PrOducla Ltd.) i No. 1 ?33.0? Xo. I Mixed Timothy and Al- N'o. 1 Alfalfa 27.0D cars .or Coaldale. December 209Vj; December March worked all but so far thc-bodv has not been recovered. SPANISH PAPER DOESN'T- LIKE AMERICAN OFFER OF BIG LOAN OF MONEY MADRID. Oct. ministry of finance has Issued au official note say- Ing that an Important group of New York bankers haa offered to advance deenuhle In -Z or SO rears. El Sol today says iards has been hurt la vith the United Stales eSer of a loan to Spain. It says the Spanish gore-re- tnent would'reply with an ofler to loan the United States a billion pesetas which could be found within days, If tho current rate ot interest in tho United States is paid for It.. Democrats Not to Get (he Soli Vote as Has Been the Case in-Other Years r-YOiiK, "'Oct.. Irish vote'BE a possible actor in the election was to the front oday: Attention called to this ihase of. the campaign, by a report WASHINGTON', Oct. Wileou today wrote Governor Cox ex- pressing-his confidence Iu the Demo- cratic presidential nominee. The president expressed ihe hope that under Governor Cox's leadership, policy of the national government forward along the path 'uf liberal legislation and humane reform, until the vvtioie world again sees an illustration ol tlie .wholesome strength of democracy and tho happy fruit Of what tho founders of the republic proposed when they set this great government.iip." The president said ho. had followed Governor Cox's course throughout the campaign with "admiration" and ex- pressed the belief that the governor would rcgeivo the "emphatic en- dorsement ot the .voters of tho v" "You have spoken troly and fearless- ly about the great issues at the president said, and in concluding his letter he asked that he be permit- ted to sign himself "Your gratified and loyal supporter." A Considerate Service I7OR 55 yean, our aim bai been 1 the development of a ieryice of individuality a service not only efficient but inttresttJ. We take pride in acquiring iutinc butineu "relations, and is reflected in the courtesy, and promptneii -with -wbich our tome is' requiierAents are met, i UNION BANK OF CANADA Lethbridge Branch C. C. King, Manager Branches alio at Cardjlon'and between rival actions ot the Irish Nationalist or- 'auizatlon here-rtbe Judge Cohalan and tho Do .Valera enthusiasts- lad brokemout anew on the eve of he election.' John Devery, "eililor of tho Gaelic in a statement issued to- day, indicated i that the entire Irish vole will not after all go to Cox. His statement. waS vin: reply to tho an- .oiincement made'yesterday by Harry Boland, secretary, to "President" De j.that. tlie-.lrisu.. Republican Brotherhood., hail :sevejed relations witlr the Clan-Xa-Gael .because ot Judgeh Cohalairs. atliludc toward De Valera. Boland today denied that De Valera would for the league. Irish voters w'e'reTurged to cast their ballots for Governor; Coi-by -Michael iFrancis the Philadelphia lawyer who defended-Sir .Roger Casement, in sialbmeut issued last' week. CLAIM RICH GOLD DISCOVERY WINNIPEG, Oct. local paper today publishes the follow- ing Gold ore, rich and enough to make panning by hand-profit- able has been uncovered on the Pendennls claim, Clearwater the Rice Lake district during the past month. The statement Is credited to Torn prospector, who dls- covere'd the'gold. BONUS TO STAFF" OF PROFESSORS Uui- board ot trustees has decided to gra'ut.n generous bonus to the uni- versity :staff. The ;bomis which may_ become permanent is allotted accprd- 1 lug to individual requirements. PROFITS Oct. 'a'nnual financial report of the issued today shows the.yrofits year, after re; serration'Tor interest accrued de'-; posits, exchange and provision for bad and doubtful debts, amounted tcf 5S22.71S which compar'eo-n-ith in -the same period iadtlins in previous surplus profit and balance amounts as NEW STOCK- ISSUE Montreal-Stocks '-t-O'cl. local (loss stock exchiinge was weak'.during the' ngainsf a-year ago. first hour lost a )ioints a to 100. BrcwerleV-wns- the-' Oni'y utoml- ncnt stock to gain oven'fractionally, rising a- point to'61..' Wayagamack lost points'td was issues .were quiet.''--'-' During -the. riibrnlisg session, At- lantic Sugar droppe.fl to H. C. L. i t TORONTO. Oct. General Trusts corporation; lias; nie. new stock issue ot ;lhe! A ince 1913. al.HTS lock Inacllvb of lali Toronto sold late ii September as high as.-.20G. initials are engraved A on everybody's pocketbook and on about everything else we own nowadays. But not on the Ingersoll Maple Leaf watch. FortheMapIeLeaf is busily engaged in cutting down the faigh Cost of Living. Figure it yourself. lasts five to ten years, lean back- warSs and say five, Five years of dependable time- keeping service for 260 weeks at a cent and a quarter a Why, is often less than ihe annual upkeep of an expen- sive-watch; less than interest on a high-priced watch investment. And if you're doing rough work, or "roughing the i Maple Leaf .is the watch that gots with and keeps going. Yet the Maple Leaf isa seemly, presentable time-piece. It isn't rough except on H. C- L, AM MOTH SALE Of BUREBRED HEREFORDS Grade Catile, Horses, Implements Household Furniture Having received instructions from H. Tracht, who has sold his farm, sell by Public Auction on his fsrns, Sec. 1, Tp. 36, R. 2, west 5th; 12 milbs west of Innisfail; cars will meet trdin, as follows: iv: 30 HEAD REGISTERED HEREFORDS .V 4 Yearling Bulls; four-year-old Bull, "Royal Fairfax" 20880; 12 Cows; 4 Ynarlini? Heifers: 9 Purebred Calves. Get.him to tell-you about tlie early days in Southern Alberta. These residents of many years can supply the material for the best stories in the What 'will be the Southern Alberta school that will' win the prizes? l The winners will 'advertise the efficiency of the training received ill the schools they attend. Canadian National Records ('Canadian Hereford Breeders In Dublin Are Not Run- ning and Hbtels'Not Scrv-1 ing- Meals from to Oct. baroi catafalquh in the pro-cathedral bore this morning, the venerable Archbish- op Walsh celebrated1'a low'requiem mass for the repose of the soul 'of the lord mayor ot Cork, Terence 'Ma'c; Swinfiy, whose body, nnespbrted, save (or a giiaril oC English poli6e' was at the same time proceeding St. channel aboard tho.steainer Cork. "flic relatives and -other mourners who. refused'to nccompnns: the .bodK niter it had bceijJrcmq'ved from .the, funeral train'W tno s'teatner nj' the; police at Ilolyhcnd, Wales, last mid- night, attended the services. They planned- go to Cork by .i spec-ill train leaving at two o'clock this nfter noon. Dublin and tho '.whole of Southern Ireland were in mourning today with (he tramways and other public ser- vices suspended an.l the hotels liot serving meals. Many of the shops steel fronts erected against tho bilily of trouble. FURTHER REDUCTION IN SUGAR PRICE ST. N.'lJ., Oct. redyc lion of hllndrod in tho price of'sugar" was announced l I night by the Atlantic Sugar Ilpnn here anil wac.'.followed this inorntng [by similar reductions In the- wholesale 'and-retail prices. This reduction brings the roilnery price hero to wholesalers quoting and the retailers offering sugar at (roui ?1S to ?20, 4 hundred. One grocer in soiling. 1 pounds for ?1.75, Certified Copy of J'edigree no 'corded fin the Caiiadian Hcre: ford Herd Willdw Spring 17515, Female Cnlveil April bred frank Colllcntt, Calgirj, Al 11307. Sire, lliiiisler, 7113; dam; -Kpot 4th, 11306. Dam, Kenswlck Lavender'3rd, 7S1S.' i5ive, Peerless Driton 2nd, 2705; dam, Ker.srcick Lavendc-r" (imp) 320S. Tills is to" certify that tlie above pedigree has licen' record- eil in volume S. Approved: T. H. Minister of Agriculture; A.. U. Dawson, Registrar. Ottawa, 1S.-1915. 55 HEAD OF GRADE CATTLE IS head of choice Dairy and Stock Cows. 10 hcp.d of tffl-o year old Steers and .Heifers. 12 yearling Steers ami -Hollers. 9 Grade Calves, .25 HEAD OF HORSES Team of Viirclirel Clyde MaroD, S and 3 years, 1SOO pounds each. Matched learn, Mare and Gelding, 5 and 6 years, 1350 pounds each. Tcam.'Maro and (ielillns, years old, 1400 Ibs. each. Day team, 'Mare atid Gelding. 9 years old, 1350 pounds each. Team Black Marcs, 0 anil 8.years plil, 1300 Team of Gelding's, aged. each. Buckskjn years old, 1400 Ibs. Orey Mare, years old, .1400 ,lbs. Hay Moro, 3 years old, 1200. fielding. 7 years old, 1500 Ibs. Two rising 3 old rising 2 year .rlil Colls; Mare v.-jlh Colt: at .foot; good Saddle Horse, 5 'years old. FARM IMPLEMENTS Mnsaey-Hnrris binder 8 ft.' 2 mowers; 2 hny rakes, 10 rako; luader; 2 Van Iiriint iloublo disc press, and drills; new Massey-Harrls land 1C In. Great West gang plow, stubbje and', breaker bottoms; Canadian Jlccorda Canadian Hereford; Breeders' Association Certliitd Pedigree He corded in Here Royal Fairfax, 20880, Male Calved Jaiinary' 15th. 1916, 'brad by L O tilifford, Oshawa, Oni bire, Ah in 16280 Sire Perfection Fairfax 10744, dam, Join Io265 Dara, 8975. Sire, Bonnie Brae 3rd, .7437, dam, Twilight, 9970.-V This is to certify that the .....diibxa, pedigree record-- :ed in volume 9. .Approved: 1% H. Slason, for Minisler ot Agricuiture; A. R. Dawson, Ottawa, 16, 1915. Canadian National Records Canadian Herelord Hreedors' AESociation CcrtlBcd Copy ot Pedigree Re- torded in the Canadian Herelord Herd liook. Redbird, 13073, Female Calvfed April'30tb; 1912, bred bv John Wilson, Jiilnerton, Al- berta. Sire, Dado 10603. 3rd, 3503; dam, Peerless' Violet, 4053. Bird Hriton Dth, Sire, Hold Briton, 2472; dam, Lady Bird'-ith, This Is to certity that tho above pedigree has liooa rscorili cd in volume 7. Approved; T. If. Mason, for Minister ot Agriculture; A. R. Dawson, Kegistrar. Jon. Closes Dec. 10 THERE WILL BE EIGHT PRIZES, DIVIDED AS FOLLOWS V ADULTS in. Great West gang plow, stubble bottoms; 2 .10 in. Great West sulky plows, breaker bottoms; 2 tandem disc harrows, 14-16; set ot diamond drag harrows, 5 sections; .Mnssey-Harfis manure spreader; .Tolm Deere wagon, complete; Bain wngon- running gear; 2 hay sets ot sleighs; Bull' Dog fanning mill; float; straw cut- .tor; 2000. feet.of lumber, mixed; 300.pounds of barb, wire; 25 rods of v.-oyen .wire; 2 iron gates, feet wide; "Cun't Sag" gate, 16 feet wide; :NEW ESSEX AUTOMOBILE; set of blocks and rope; a quantity ot good'Tlmothy seed; 100 bus. of Flax Seed. POULTRY 150 Purebred Wyandotto Hens; 6 Turkeys, HARNESS .3. sets of heavy work harness; set of double driving harness; a number of extra .collars, hsl- tors, etc.; stock saddle; liarn-ynrd tools of all descriptions, forks, shovels, log chiins, etc.; oil flrum, lawn mower. 'HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Hound Oak range; 4 beds mattresses and springs, complete; 2 bedroom china cab- diet; dining room table; 9 kitchen chairs; two rockers; desk clialr; wicker set, 3'pieccs; drop- head sewing machine, Klnger; 3 nigs; quantity of, linoleum; quantity of liOUBO plants; CO bushels- .of potatoes; number of, wnll pictures; barrel ch'urn; quantity of kitchen utensils. DATE OF SALE: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER s Ten Miles West and Two Miles North of Innisfail, one half mile north of Okla- homa School, arid four miles south of Markerville. SALE AT 10 O'CLOCK SHARP TERMS CASH LUNCH AT NOON A WORD F.ROM THE the Public; The herd comprises of the best stock, both Registered anil ever been put under the hammer in this The Qrailos are all very choko Here'fords 'and Shortnirnij the Reolslered extra quality. The horses are sound, well matched and In fine 'condition. The.'public would favor us very much by being prompt on the hour for starting! an early start means a finish. Como early and get best choice, E. H. TRACHT D, ARNELL PAISLEY. AUCTIONEERS OWNER. First prize Second prize Third prize Fourth prize Consolation prizes. 56.00 ,'..TOV.'I 35.00 20.00 SCHOOLCHILDREN, Under 16 First prize... Second prize .V.-. Third prizi 20.00 fourth .10.06 Consolation prizes. CONDITIONS '_; (1) Compelltlon will be con- fined to bonafldo residents in Southern Alberta. (2) Stories oiust not.exceed' words. (3) All stories must bo legib- ly written and on oho side of paper. 7 (4) In .awarding marks- (or "morlt stress will to placed on (bo particular Interest ot 1113 contribution and tlie particular narrative form In it 15 written. Regard will also ho given to literary uiid grammati- cal construction. (ii'i Competitors must not ?l- lacb namo to the papo.r upon which 'story if written; name and ad dress, are to ha written on a separate slip ot paper. The Herald reserves .the right of using any ot .the stories whether In tlio prlzo list or not. All contributions will remain the property of tho There will be three judges ap- pointed to and decide on tho merits of the contribu- tions. ;Of .theoajlwo. nrill bo from the outsldo, aud one a member of tho Herald jditorlal staff. The decision of tho Judges will In all cases be ilnal. Tho competition Is out, entry lee. If you intend to compete, advise "The Herald Story Competition The Herald, Leth- bridge, at once. THE HERALD WOULD LIKE TO KNOW AS SOON AS POSSIBLE THE NAMES OF THOSE WHO CONTEMPLATE COMPETING IN THIS COMPETITION. ;