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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOU1SK 192U THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS TWENTY-TWO 1LUON INCREASE IN CUSTOMS RECEIPTS RECORDED a totalof sli and thirty-three Eecouds reaching and running. It'was uip anl luck on tue beat to the fourth buoy, with skippers and bnoy at (nnofDcial The Esperanto crossed the Salsa The Esperanto crossed the anlaal ]ine followed me at the Delawamm follow- ed IS minutes 28 seconds later. al WINNIPEG, Od iea Markc 3cT. Tho closing of October, usually the big contract montli pt Its year, waa exceptionally qulst, aid fluctuations were o( a nar- row variety. The market was dulS botli la wheat and tho coarse eraUis and traders were making a final ad' jiulment of all October contrac'.e. The tasb. markets vrere In the same dull feature- IMS. There was little demand and all were golue through tho dear- touas, Spreads Vero about un- closed Ic higher to unchang- ed; Mta lower to bar- ley 214c to %o higher! flai 2c high- er to We lower and rya %c to three higher." Quotations I Open- Close. OctoD'er >.y 234 Nofemler 228 328% December May October December May during the early trading this morning and a few fractional overnight sains were registered. was a hal( point higher et 65, and Brazilian acd Brcmipton were stronger 31S and 6914 respectively. llrwcrlea opened "4 hlglior at CIS- iJiurenllde a halt point to and Atlantic, Sugar, whlcu created a. uevr low yes- terday by touching IS, told at li'A thjs luornlng. after closing at "iS last night Other Issues were qulel- New York NEW VOHK, Oc'l. sales 121K; U.S. Steel BSV4; U.S. Bteel preferred 10BVJ. Sterling Exchange NEW YOrtK, OcL ex- change weak. Demand. cab- les -Canadian dollars 9 IMi per cent, discount.- Bar silver, domestic foreign OTTAWA, 'Oct. 3Q (Canadian Increase'sf 904 In the customs ftcelptt for the teven months of the flKal year ending today, as compared with the tame period last year. Is shown In .the monthly state- ment Issued from the customs de- partment. The total receipts for the seven months of the year amounted List year the total wai cus- toms the month of October, however, are lets than In October, 1919. Dur- ing the pretent month, the .re- ceipts totalled while In October, MM, they wsre I 228 21014 Ci'.i 3lS 66% 66 C4 63% from the starling lice with Canadtu well to vrladvrard. Within two of tUrllos sun both schooners set loreslops. DeU- vanui crossed sUrling line to wind- vfard and oheid. crossed thirty-two Eeconds' ahead of the Esperanto at offleUl ttrae. The. race la a dead heal irtth no 80 cents: time SHO croc Ills wins. The fire', boat that October November. December May October November December ItYE-7 .October November.. Uocember 133 109 S3 1S5 .177 33. 100'.4 2S3 2S2 2S3 1S5 ISO 'Cash Prices No. 1 No. 1! Nor...S30fi -No. 3 No. 4 Nor...2mi No. 5 Truck, Manitoba ........-.....23U1 Track, Saskatchewan-----......231V1 Track. Alberta No. 'I G.W.-.-CO No. 3 C.W.-.-M Kxh-i No. 1 03 G.I No. 2 Feed.. 5S CO No. 3 C.W...11714 'No. Ilcjecled and feed Track ...I.'. Chlcano Close" Futurta 208V..; 203. May SOtt- E5V4; May Wlnnlpea; Livestock Oct. Recelpla cattle; 235 hogs and 850 sheep. ToLil offerings amounted 4000 head. Market was steady today with bidding tah-ly In line wilh yesterday's cloie. Steen. 3500 to bulk female 91.00 to tCOO- veal calves ?5.50 (o J7.00. The sheep and lainb market was unchang- ed fair lo good quality Iambi tvelsg absorbed Iu J8.00.' No change was reported on the hos narket: A further .docllna ol 36 lo 30 cents Is predicted for neit HAV ll'rlces furnished by Ltd.) No. 1 Timothy.............. 133.0 No. 1 Mlied Timothy and Al- Shortly kttv lUrt, edged ip to wlndviud ot Delawanna, .which tack Then waa quite a lop and the Canadian achootier seemed to ride II more aaurflr Uwn bar rival which ap- peared to wn'ewhit down by the head. crews EtralhlDg every effort and play Ins every eea trick to gain Inches In the dying wind, but as the racere rounded tho fourth buoy and iuto the six acd a halt mlla treat reach for home, Ihe Ksperanto was leading Captain "Tommy" Hiramelmiin by twenty minutes, and Canadians aboard the'fleet ot observation cral that followed the race were lomewbi down Iu the month. A Irzmendous crowd roared out welcome lo the F.spsranto u sh crossed the nulth Hno amid th shrlekrng of tteiol elrens. Siren! greeted arrlial of Dclawanna 11 mJnutes and 20 aeconds later. Ecperanto rounded Inner automatic Delavcana rounded the Inner auto- wlfid dropped from II miles an haur the start of the mo to 11 Increasing -again as the Tec- the but on the fourth leg. With the luilf the distance to the automatic buoy covered the Am- close hi and beam to beam. No. 1 AKalfa CPrlce.i f.o.b. Coa'.dale. 27.0 or Oldl Country Scores No. 1 N. W. C. .....2S3 No. 2 CAV-. .218 No. 3 .242 Condemned 232 Track v 2S2 Xo, o, w. ,.iso Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Oct. A drop in lUe price- of flour and weakness in Ar- geuiine> were.. .Innucntlal fdcloi'S to- day In theSvheat markeL The demand for vhcat, however, .was well scattered and In Email lots', mostly from com- mission "houses. One large clevnlor houso led tbe sellluE but tha trado waa llEhti Opening quotations were unchanged to Hie higher with Dccera- Ijer- 20911-10-209% and March .203 to and were followed by material further. Bains. OalB'Were dull, opening -Quotations being '.so with December 61 it' to 55, and Boon (ollo.w.ed by slight advances. MontreaKSlockE. MONTREAL, Oct. Tho local sloc.1t cichango was sllEhlly stronger Makes o Family Supply of Cough Remedy Oct. eocialed Football games play-, cd in tiio Old Country today-resulted as follows Flret. Division Arsenal 2; De'rby County 0. Bolton C; MlddlesborouEtt.2. T3radforO 0; Newcaslje O. .2. Burnley 2; Totlenham H. 0. Bverton 0; Manchester O. 0; Blackburn R. 0. Oldham A. 0; ChelEca. 2- .Prcsloii N.B.. 0; Manchester TJ. 0. Siemeld TJ. Of Asto'a Villa 0. Su'nuerland 0; Bradford City 0. Wcstliromwich A.'S; Huddemncld 0. Ofl Sandwich Point Kspcranto set tlayull and :both-schooners iwunt a point or two off the wind and headed or automatic, tmoy, the fint mark. At both schooners were oS Mer- It was a. nip and tuck structfle. Dolawianna sllghtly ahead, Iheugh to leeward o! the Esperanto. Delawanna rounded first larkat Esperanto at Leaving the Inner" automatic, buoy to port with Delawanna IS seconds In lead, tho schooners reached lor Iho southeast automatic buoy and a half miles southeast, one half cast, Esperanto Immediately began lo cut down Delawanna's lead at which iras upwards of a length ahead. Esperanto demonstrated ehe Tras con-, ililefahly than Dtlawanni ctl tho -ilnd. At Rspernnlo fully a min- ute ahssd ol Dclawanna. Esperanto's hcRdflills teemed Lo be working bet- ter than the Canadliui acd ichcn _Cap- lain-Hlmmelnian eased Ill's hcadsail, fieeta, Delawanna seemed to foot faster. Rounding the tecohd three, minutes and four seconds ahead ot Delawannn. Esperanlo took in fore- topsail nnd started the run down the wind o! nine and a quarter miles tu ShuLm Island Impy. -With hall tho run to buoy completed U was estimated Es ertoan to be sllll leading, al Itbujh the pelawanna had slightly de- creaaed the distance between them. At 12'4E> the. acbooners were ou the port tack abont flve miles from the Inner- autdmatlo-buoy. At DO time during tbe contest tie [two 'queens ol Iho rival fls neeU separated by more than 20 minutes. --The light 'louthweeterly winds de- creased from- 14 to 11 miles by the time hail.thejcqurss had been cover- ed and the'Esperanlo, beaten on the start by 27 seconds, hid caught up to and 'passed the Canadian, leading. her by six minutes and- seven accoilds at the tliird'buoy. Handled by Caplaln "Marly" Welsh, and bis lively orcw, llkb a the Esperanto gained Her Baby Girl Had Fearful Eczema only knew I the ealut of D.D. D." wtiia Mn. A. of tu T' I Write herVcr itorr b.t. O; her bibr or vw of ecicnit the bod bet. We keep OB pnbllihuic Ihete ctatffiuch tnm of of rcftllr Rvalti ucond br liquid Tiutj. Wh7 nol (It bottle of U. D.D. lodll tiM K EouW Try D-D. D. loe. peranto was Just holding her tnrce- minmd lead wl'.h both schooners carry- ing staysails. Passing Shutlo Island buoj Esper- anto came about on Inc starboard tack und eel fore topsail after having start- .eil.lo clew It up.' Esreranto's crow handlecl 'sails in fine fashion. DelavvannJi, which'lost two rnlnntes ind 3S seconds on Ih'c run from the outer automatic, biioy oil toil 01 the three, minutes and'l6 seconfls lost, on reaching from inner lo, outer automa- tic, Bpllt tar.KB with Esperanto iu com m Ictionfo Shto Disease J. D. Hiclnbotiiam t Co., Llfl., rt elsts, Letbbrldge.-r-AdvcflUement. Brier Plug SMOKING TOBACCO Ihan coLrfli ernirs, anil Bivrfe ntxml nnii auicblr prcimn If comblnsJ the curative proper- ties of every known "ready-made' eouKll .remedy, you probably could not Ret na much curntivc 0.3 tlicre is m thi.1 simple home-made syrup, -Vhicli is easily prepared in a. few Gct-froni nny dnipeiat ounces of Tinex, pour it into :i lu-oz. Inttlc nnd flll lira botllo .villi syrun, cilher plain KTanuliilcd Elixir tyrup, clarified inohsacs. huiiev, or corn oj'run, as cle- Bifccl.' Tim rosult, is 1C ounces of renlly Iwtter ccndi nynip than you couW buy. ready-made iind navca easily 52. Uaatca v nrld novrr sjioils. _ This 1'inex nnd Syrup preparation gels riaht at the cfviiFo nf n eolith nnd civca almost immciliate' iclicf. It. loosens Ilia 'plilccm stopa-llio jufity. throat tickle nrd heals the sore, Irrilntcd membranes EO and easily that It is rcally A vrUl usiifilly birfrtome tXe jrdinary couL''i-and for hroncliitis, croup, hMracncsa nnd bronchial nsthmn, tlicro Second Division Barnslcy 2; Stockport C. 0.- lUrmlnglram 4; Wednesday 0. Bristol C. 2; Claiiton Orient 0. Carulff C. 1; Notla. County 1. Coventry City 1L Stoke 0. Fulh'am i; Leicester Clly 1, Leeds U. 1; Hull City 1.. Nottingham P. 4; Bury 2. 1'ortvale 0; Southahield 2. 'Itotherham-O. 1; -Wolverhamplon 0. 'WCBtham tj. 1; BlackpOQl 1. Division N N Brentford 1; SpuUiampion 1. 1. Cry'slal -Paiace 2; liesding, 0, Olllingham 0; .Mlllwall A. 0. (Irimaby Town 1; Mcrlhyr T. 0. Norllionlplou 1; So'uthcnd U. 1 Norwlcli City 1; Bristol n. 1. 1'ortsmoulh 0; Newport C. 2- Queen'3 Park n. 1; SwanBea Town 1. Hwlndon T. Eicter city 1. Watford 1; Plymouth A. 1. Scottish L'eanua LONDON, Oct. As- sociated AirdronlanB 1. Ayr U. 1; Hamilton A. 1. Clyde 2; Aberdeen 0. Clyclcbank 4; Albion Rovers 1. Dundee 3; Kilmarnock 1. Hearts 0; Celtic 1: Morton 4; 1'artlck Thistles 0. Motnerwcll 2; at. 0. Queen's Park 0; rV.kirk 0. Haitli Rovers 2; 'Hibernians 0. Hangers 2; Third I.inrirk 1. ing up lo bupy and continued In shore on port lack: At both sbhoonefs ivere still eeaward on starboard tack and were estimated-to be six miles lo buoy- -on the.Tvrian' placed Espe'ranlo'a and Delawanna a half mila: [urther on the NR Tonight Remedy Fs Bcttir and Bitar Than Calotntl. Syilwn Wllboul Crlplnf, Stop! Sick' Guirintttd. Quality Shaving Service for 1'incx is B. most raluablc concontrfltcd compound of ncmiinc Norway From Front Page.) Halifax and lofne partn Qlouceiter nrd UoeloTi wnre fastened oil tho Celit- ___.____ 'I trart, nnd lias lieen used for generations 1-svaunn as she swept grandly across to break roiizhs. Uno starting'line leading by 22 see- To avoid disappointment, ask your ilniccist for "2% ounces o( Pines" wilh Bilious nltacTo, constlpallon. elck etc., aro In Hie'ere-at ina.- of cases due to digestive trouble ana no reasonable person can expect to obtain real or lutlii? bcntflt uulil the causa is cATrectcd. NaTure'0 Remedy