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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1920 THE LETHBRffiGE DAILY HERALD PAGE JIVE MARKET REPORTS Lure of The Gty With Its Greater Comforts Draws People Away From Farms, and !s Cause of the H, C. of L WINNIPEG, Sept. futura December 73 wheat market turned very strong May 77 76} shortly after the opening'today owing to a good demand. October opened! October 119H 119 l-2c lower, but rapidly advanced to a: December 111% 111 gain of 6 l-4c. Later, however, there' was Bouao 'reaction and the market'October........... 345 eased Owing to breaking exchangeI November........, 343 rates anil the future market advane-i Ing, It was har4 to .maintain cash j October 1M 194 .premiums, which dropped two to three j Cash Prices cents a bushel. In tho coarce grain i No. 1 Nor...2S3tt No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5.........___1............250 V- Manitoba Track, Saskatchewan with December unchanged; October Track. oats closed l-Stf, and Dec. and May 3-Scl lower; October barley closed unchang-j No. S C.W... 91H No. 3 C.W... SS'S ed; December 1-Se lower; Kilra No. 1 feed flat closed l-2c higher and November: Xo. 1 feed.. No'. 2 feed.. markets there continues to he a very limited business, but- all prices are steady. There 1-3 no pressure on any grata, and hedges are limited.. October wheat closed 2 l-tc higher Bow Island District Farm Wom- en Hear Some Wholesome Truths at Institute Conven- to Work For Betterment of Conditions: in Rural Homes and English Lady Tells What the British Women Are Doing. 1 l-2c up; October rye l-2c dowji. Open. October December 250 October........... 7911 Close. BARLEY- NO, a c.w...129 (Dy a Staff Reporter.) i BOW ISLAND, Sept. Worn- j eu's Institute Constituency convert- I tlon organized by the department of I agriculture to be of service to farm women held a convention this after- noon at Bow Island. H Is the largest 84 AI organization of womea in Al- No. 4 C.W...124 Rejected....................113 ....'..........-.520 249 No. 1 N.W.C. Iberta alone possessing Ibers. mem- H H RCT 3 suffer K1B anolherday Vh. Bleed- H H ine or m IB H Hm tag I'llcs..'-No H HIIIMBIVv L'al'oper- ation required. Dr. Chtse's Ointniont leHpyoyou at oace and afford lasting' bepeftt. 60e. a box: aU dealers, or Eduianwn, Bales A- Co., Limited, Toronto. Kox Jrce If TOU in en tlon tljts MDerand enclose 2C.' sump to pay jiostaRC. Girls! Clear Your Slon With Cutfcura No. 2 C.W.. Condemned Track Xo. 2 C.'W. No. 3 C.W.. 300% 345% Would you let a pho- tograph 'of 'a .strange girl.lead you 1500 miles oyer'Xyaste places? See of Marge O'Dodirie" Colonial on Monday. 13... lamp, of Britain Sept. 22 MONTBKAI, TO 8. Sicilian- GIMrow Sept. 'Antwerp SepL 11. Liverpoo HCpt. i7. -J'retorlAn alueow Sept. 18. Sept. 24..Scotlan Itarre.I.onrio '.Via Southampton, r Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Sept. Livestock today were cattle, 175 hogs and 340 Tbo market opened active to- day with buyers bidding generally steady to strong for all fair to good quality, stuff! Choice quality butcher steers weighed up to J12.25; choice female butchers made to JtO.50. The bulk of best feeder steers changed hands from 'to with stockers at ?6 to }7. Good sheep sold from ?7 to choice quality lambs made to A few hogs sold at for selects. Bar Sliver NEW YORK, Sept. silver, domestic 99 93 1-i. Calgary Livestock CALGARY, Sept. receipts at'the stockyards today were 404 cat- tle. G2 hogs and 44 sheep. The market was strong. Butcher topped the' market nl balance lb bulk ot medium to choice cows, to JS.50; bulk J7 to S7.75( good i stockers to medium stockers to Choice veal calves Hogs, select, off cars, Montreal MONTREAL; sept. tone of the local stock market was still on the quiet side in the early trading this the comparatively few stock's, in which transactions took a stronger tone, Spanish preferred leading with a lull point gain at the first block of .stock which changed, hands. The coramon-jta8..unchanged_at _. Bra- zilian also "was "up a.quarter antf'Steerof'-'Can'ada" 'at 96H- hid own enrolled in Canada in thirty years. pointed out a tremendous influence for good thesa) English speaking women could wield! 11 they banded together and detenSin-' ed to use their power. Canadian-Women Nine years ago lire. BaBey spent tec days travelling across To her. Canada was a -wonderful revela- tion, hef grandeur and vasiaem, the hospitality and klndnesa of Qie people was something of which she bad nev- er ereri'dreamed.- And the wonderful spirit of the-west had worked tn'her blood to suck that she came back at-tbe all the bine years she never lost the return; These nine years she found had worked a wonderful change In the women of the west, and thsy are a factor In the l w CANADIAN. PACIFIC SERVICES 364 Miio Sr. C.P.R. Sailings TO LIVERPOOL Sept. 1 Victorian Sept. 8 Empress of France. Sept. 11 .......'...i Mlnnedosa Empress' of 'Britain Sept. 18........... Metagama Sspt. 22' Prince Fred. Wm. SepL 25 Corslcan 6ept 29 .............Victorian TO GLASGOVV Sept. Sicilian Sept. 15............'. Pretorlan (Passport application forms supplied.) Call or write for full Informa- tion, 0. P. If. Ticket Office Depot Ticket Agent. JAS. GORDON PHONE 612 Tickets Issued on air other Atlantic Lines, The first business, deall with by the convention .was the n by tho delegates oi the work done in the various districts. The delegates were Mrs. Slndair.ot Neil! of Seven Persons, Mrs. Morrow of Hat and Mrs, Letke of Bow Island: Mrs.'MbWHIIams was appointed convener of Bow Island for the remainder of the year. Mra. Hughes of Cavendish was the next speaker. She- explained to the members that'she bad come to.speak this afternoon women. Being a farir: woinan she knows all the difficulties and hardships which confront them, and stated it is up to trie women themselves to conditions' and. to take advantage and show their appreciation of the efforts of tho department of agriculture on their behalf. High Cost of giving Mrs. Hughes much of the high cost of liv'ing is attributed to un- the. allurement of the comforts and conveniences ot city life are a bigger factor. Unless some of the causes of rural neglect are over- come, wo are not going to keep" our people on the farms and this will re- sult In less production. What is need-' ed is co-operation and assistance from1 the town'women in.helping to agitate for better conditions for: rural women. The :.farm women wants, improved household utensils and labor saving devices. She wants improved educa- tion for-her children right, close; at hand, In teachers who are. capable of leaching beyond the eighth grade; also more hospitals, and opportunities for sociaU.mtercourse. In conclusion, Mrs.- J5ughes stated that the day of. and .the women of the ,Dominion should he ready and willing to. play their part to help to build up a-ficlter world on the. foundation of the old, not only tor themselves, hut .for the com- ing melioration., ratfpin progress of-Alberts today. constituency convention was closed by.a resolution put forward to the effect'thit-the-neit definite ob- ject ot the. constituency of Bow Island would-work-for would be the better equipment ol school play grounds and the provision of, more and better pic- tureS'On the walls of the schools. Musical ItenjSrWero rendered by Mrs. Anderson and'Mra.-Boon.- Says tidrris on Vote .A. Mm ning, Conservative Man itoba, expressed his opinion today thai the- Norrls' government' will te fealbd on Vole In .the.'1921 Bcssion leglslaWre There, could be no question of the government's' defeat, Mr Manning; reason h' declined; to forecast'the Consen'ativi house leader .for tbe next session. Mr Manning was most im possible. defeated geh'dej, would endea'vo to'win a.seatrin.the "Dye-elections, ant declared would remain the Conservative leader In Manitoba inside or.out'ot-'the legislature. Majo P..G. Taylor as probabl' house leader. BAKINGKOWDIR TH THETRICKI Believed To Be Start of Move To Pay Off Anglo-French Loan BRITISH PRINTERS RECEIVE ULTIMATUM: ADMIT THEY'RE WRONG Burglars broke into the of J. P. Wells, Orillia, and worth of cloth. (president1 of Alberta Womeri's for further efforts to be put forth by NEW YORK, Sept Cana dian Wall Street Journal 6 morning save: A movement of gold from Canada New York is .about- to begin, ac- cording to information reaching the financial district.. .The amount ot the movement is not.known. Canadian financial agencies in'lbis.city are uon- commnnicative about the. .movement although, they will not deny that the metal is coming. VU is thought that the gold is.proV ably being connection with the Anglo-French loan. While ii is understood that Bngland's share o( thejobligation lias been taken care'Of it1 is thought in some quarters that England may have entered-Into some arrangement with France whereby gold will be shipped here from Canada to assist iu paying off part of Ihe French share ot the loan. "Gold will also be .sent here direct I from Europe for French- account, al- Ihpugh It is. still-believed, that large shipments of tho--yellow metal will come down from tho Dominion. "There Is'a possibility that the. ex- pected "gold shipment from Canada may ba.for account of the Dominion government to meet soine obligations of the-finance minister in-New York. On previous occasions this year Ibe Canadian government has shipped gold to New York for Sept. As- sociated printing trade employers have sent an ultimatum to the.-prlriters1 association which states that unless all the Manchester and Liverpool members return to work in two weeks, notice will be given to all members of the association outside of London. The strikers lactltly _admit that thoy withdrew their labor not because .the masters failed to keep faith, but because their own executive lcd to convey tho masters' offer to them. Stops "Hair Coming Outj; Doubles Its Beauty. the'm; and gave instances of what had been' done b'y combined efforts in' other constituencies to proyide.greater ediv c-atlonai: facilities. j The ifternoon'sjprograni.'was: con- ciiided by a' musical selection .b'jvMrs.- Boon.1 British Women's War Record At the reqnest "of Ihe convention Mrs. Harolil Bailey of h Ktverj munition factories, anrValso-ln Ei isued-to gLe stated that as a direct outco: Toronto Livestock Sept. 2. She stated there Livestock receipts WaS-not'enough" co-operation' amongst 189. Cattle irtfde steady for choice i.-.i quality. Top load this morning aver- aging pounds at Flulcli- er; steers, cbofce to butcher, cows, choice, to 'Calves, receipts 37. Tops choice yeai. Shr-.ep, receipts, Lambs steady at" yesterday's prices. Top 15 cents. Hogs, receipts 36.2. Hog prices led and watered. Very Fall' Profit MONTREAL. Sept. annual financial report of: the Spanish River Pulp and Paper Mills; Isi shareholders today, shows that the total profits forMhe past yenr, after al- lowing for depreciation, were equal to 22 1-2 per cenf. on the common stock. New-York Stocks NEW YORK, Sept. sales: C. P.m., .121; U. S-. Steel, 89 K; U-.'S. Steel preferred, 106U'..- New York Funrfs NEW YOKK, Sept. 2.-rA marked .'improvement'-was shown; in- Cairartian jexchaneo this morning. The discount rate on-Canadian dollars went down to eight and a half per cent; Officials at'local ngenclcs of Canadian banks__________________________ said they could not ascribe any reason n.. .iiiA -rpK.t- in cember at 23o to and 23014, and wero followed by a moder- ate general sag r.nd then a sharp rise to well above yesterday's finish. Oats followed corn, but kept within narrow limits, opening a quarter lower with December 6Ci4. anil then followed by a slight recovery. HAY (Prices furnished by Farm Froducls Ltd.) No, 1 Timothy.............. No. 1 Mixed Timothy and'Al- falfa in tritrevening''on: tbe 'work oi'BrltisrJ wotneu during the inter- eating details of their aclivitles_in the "ranee, ime of the war, women's.'constiluenoy .con- ventions hail been introduced 'into Kngland, and their, members Included some of the highest ladies' of -title In. tho old country., One of their objects Hail been the revival of the 'old .arts and once-again the'young people of the- old country wero being instructed how tbo 'ancient siilnn'Ing wheels and hand looms. Since 1917 when these first inlroduced one hundred thousand Kngiish women had.been enrolled as members, as many in four years as >r the drop. They refused to reports published here that, a large amount of gold is tc be shipped from Ottawa to New York. Sterling ex- change was heavy. Demand Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Sept. took an upward swing in price today after a dull start. The strength which de- veloped wan ascribed lo prospects of a good export demand. Selling pres- sure ceased when It liefcame appar- ent that offerings were being quickly ibsorlmd. Opening pricey ranged'ffom lie decline to >Ac higher, with Do- Anchor n PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW OUEENSTOWN AND 1 LIVERPOOL JK.A. Vic. Seplll Caronla 'Cannanla SepL 25 K.A. Vic. .Oct, 9 NEW CHERBOURG AND i SOUTHAMPTON llmperator Kept. !i Sept. 11 JManretarjJa Sept- ,10 rmperalor Oct.' 7 NEW Gt-A3GOW via MovIHe Columbia SepL 11, Columbia .OcL 9 .Columbia Kor. 6 GLASGOW CasBandraSept.il Sfllnrnla .Kept. 25 Cassandra -Or.L 16 Paturnla .Oct. 30 For full Information apply lo any R ;H or S, S. AgenU, or Company's office- BLOCK, Main St., Winnipeg. 1LBEIOUP President Lewis Calls Strike Miners Work For Less Than Schedule INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. L. Lewis, president of the United Mine Workers of America, late torlay issued au order for a general strike In .the bituminous coal fields .In AJapaina. The order followed' a report maile'by the organization of ;ibV in- ternational executive board. It. said the miners, were working for wages far less than thoge specified.by the commission, and declared every at- tMnpt to arrange a conference-with Ihe coal-, operators -of Alabama had failed. A few cents buys "Danderlne." After nn application of _. you can not find-a fallen bair or any every .-iair sho-wg new, life, vigor, brightness, moro col- or and Task ifciiosed By Sir Auckland Geddesjn Speech OTTAWA, Sept. Canadian must.-take'her place, for she is'TortnnatelyJ situated, h the building bridge j of sympathy bc-j :ween-Vne' arid' the United Slates, 1m crossed Ihe ignorance and tub-abyss of If-successful, 'that :brldge will be the'first essential step' toward: world Veace. We can tben.face. tUo future, to deal with the.problems that must be-dealt with, befo'fe the world returns to peace. If (he bridge failed; if trouble .arose between, the .English- sneaking would be a foolhardy man who wovtld look for any peace in the future. -Tjljere-would-be collapse after collapse anil civiliza- tion would not long, eiiat. Thin -wns the message left with the .members of the, Canadian. Bar .Asso- ciation whoso luncliepu.was address- ed today by Sir. Auckland Geddes, Brit- ish ambassador to the United States. His audience included His'Excellency the Dnke of: Devonshire, Caye. Sir Hobcrt Premier Meighen and nfany'nolahies. SEVERE WINTER'CAUSED DECREASED EARNINGS SAN FRANCISCO 1-IAS BJCi F.IRE SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. was done by a stubborn, spectacular fire here last night that swept a paper warehouse, i a foundry and a junk depot. No. 1 Alfalfa 27.00 f.b.b. cars Lethbrldge or Full of Nourishing, ready-cooked, economical. A sugar saver, because contains its own sugar You'll enjoy the convenience and the sweet, appealing fla- vor of this wheat and bar- ley food.- TORONTO, Sept. of In the net earnings-ol tho Lake Superior Corpora tlon. for the year ending June ed with tho earnings ot the prof year, which is explained'in the anniiaLreport, mailcrl to tho shareholders 03 duo to the sev- erity of tho winter of'1910-20..' VANCOUVER WATCHMAKERS THREATENINGT'O STRIKE Sept.; 2. m'akers, jewelers and engravers here are threatening a strike, unless their demands for a 20-per-ce-iit Increase in wages is hundred and twenty men are affecle.O. Editor Tells Now Raising Nesd Stockers EDMONTON, Sept. .question of whether tho embargo on the import of Canadian cattle into Great Britain will be lifted was settled by .1. S. Mac- ndltor of the Farmerjimd Stockbreeder, London, England, speak- ing.on behalf of delegates to the Im- perial Press conference bere today. "I am sorry to say we cannot allow the-entry Canadian slockcr cattle into Great tiid Mr. aid. "We have reached the stage where we can raise enough cattlo to supply our own needs, anil tho British law provides at present that Canadian cattlo for fattening cannot bo import ed. It Is hot that we do not want Con adian cattle but that we, prefe fat ami ready for'slaughter." HITS AT JAZZ ARTISTS WINNIPEG, Sept. to eliminate the "musician who plays I a light instrument and dances around prodding ladies In the back and generally making a nuis- ance of Is proposed In.a resolution which the Winnipeg Musicians' Union will consider. In the production of the re'so-, lutlon will confine union members to either dancing or playing, but would not permit both at ono time, HUDSON'S BAY TO. BUILD. A BIG STORE AT 'PEG WINNIPEG, Sept. Imme- diately the scheme for a Mall leading up to the new parlia- inent buildings, on which Ibere will be a street car service, is by the city couucil, the Hudson Bay compauy will embark upon the preliminary work in connection with .'.he erection of store on Portage aTCnu'c, according to 'a. slatement by -Aid. A. II. Pul- fortl tonight. Written assure nuce to this effect, lie said, liad been given by tbe .company, which, would likely make a start with actual construction next spring. CmicnralsWbatYouNeed For Your Hair and Scalp Dandruff ItiKs the hair. Culipura kilb dandruff. Try this treahnenL Before retiring nib Cuticura Oiotmcnt mtopait- over the ica3p, Nut morning ehimpoo with Cuticuza Soap znA hot water, Rinse with tepid water. Dzadroff muHy bdr ctops fall tag becomes thick, Ihns and healthy, ZSc, OhAsMflt. 25 SOc. Said Do you know the meaning of: the Indian word Sakewawin? See "The Courage of Marge O'Doone." Colonial on Monday. v Clean, Economical Preserved Si sold only in Sealed air-tight packets to preserve its native goodness. "SALADA" Used in Millions of Tea-Pots Daily THREE KILLED AT GRADE CROSSING UUTLKR, Ind., Sept. anil .Mrs. u. K. Motae, aged about 50, and their daughter Ina, 18, of Edmonton. Alberta, were instantly killed at a grade IhrCo miles ft easl of here, late yesterday when their auto was'struck by the first section of Hie Twcn- tfeth Century Limited 'on Ihe Now York Cenfral lines. The botlles were brought here lo- tidy pending word from rein- lives in Kdmonton.- 4 SOUTH AFRICAN ELECTION RESULTS LONDON, Sept, As- soclateil London Times' Capetown correspondent, analyzing ij.n of 'hrt TransVRfll provincial election, shows that tho South Africa party obtained only leu'scats against 19 at the general election for tho house of assembly last Jlarch, and tho, Nationalists increased their number] from 12 to 21 seats, bill ho says the results rathor indicate Iho solidarity of the National parly than Ibelr rmx- tcrla! gain In voting strength on Nat- ional issues. Were you eyer snow- bound on the Rocky mountains? See "The Courage of Marge Colonial on Monday. SOCIAL TEA ;