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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS WINNIPEG, Sept. the ex-, Cash Prices treme break of six cents a liushel In j the premiums .bid for cash wheatjXu. 1 Nor...277 No. 2 Nor...274 which took place on Friday, II was on-jNo. 3 No. t Nor...254 ly'nautral-that some reaction should !Xo. 5 Sake place and 2 cents ;i bushel waslTrsc-k, Manitoba...............275 added to the premium today over yes- terday. Trading In the future mar- ket was not particularly largo and were inclined to be throughout the session, but were stub- born iu the face of larger offerings. It Is estimated by the that one million bushels of wheat were taken liere on Friday by trade. Track, Saskatchewan 273 Track. Alberta 271 OATS- No. 2 C.W... 8434 No. 3 C.W... Sift Kxtra No. 1 feed No. 1 feed.. No. 2 teed.. 77% Track Xo. 3 C.W... 125% No. 4 C.W... 120% Rejected and.feed The coarse grains were easier. There was not much inn.ulrv for cash j Track oats, but a good demand lor all grades I ot cash, barley. No. I X.W.C. No. 2 C.W... 341 Xo. 3 C.W... 317 .Closing Prices Condemned 1 58c lower; Do- 1 Track comber 2 l-2c lower. I RYE pctober 1 7-Sc 2 C. W comber '1 >'5-Sc lower; May-1 l-2c low- er. .......303 ......347 TORTURED BY Suffered TVeo Until Tried "FRUIT-ACTIVES" October 2 1-Sc lower; De- cember 1 3-Sc lower. October 2 cents higher: November unchanged. October 3 cents lower. Quotations: Open. Close. 2C5 December- 247'A 7651 70% 115TJ US October December May October'..' December October 345 November October 1925s 347 341 ISO So easy to drop-Cigarette, Cigar, or Chewing habit Bar 'Silver NEW YORK, Sept. silver, domestic 99 1-2; foreign, 91 7-S. Y. Stocks NEW YORK', Sept. ei- change steady. Demand cables 53.55 34. Canadian dollars 9 3-8 per cent, discount." Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG; Sept. (Dominion Livestock Receipts 450. cattle, CO -and 135 No-To-Bac' has helped thousands to break "the; costly, ncrvc-shaUerlns to- habit. Whenever you have a longing for a smoke or chow, just place a harmless 7s'o-To-Bac tablet in 1 your mouth Instead. All desire stops. 1 Shortly, the habit Is completely broK- oii, and yon are belter off mentally, uhyslcally, financially. It's so easy, eo 'simple. Get a box ot and 1C it doebiirt rete'aso you from all craving fo'r tobacco in any form, your druggist refund your money :-.out question. .No-To-Bac is-made by j the owners of Cascarets; therefore a; "la thoroughly today, sheep, Trading was quiet this morning, there being only, a limited number of good quality for sale; and prices were gen- erally in line with yesterday's close; One load of butcher steers averaging pounds weighed np at 510-75, while a handful of butcher heifers of fair to good quality were disposed ot within a range ot J7.BO to A few good feeder steers changed hands from 4S.OO to 53.00, 'with bulk weigh- ing, up from -to {7.00. Bidding for the handful of bogs was steady at Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Sept. Selling by cash houses caused a break in wheat at the opening today, but a quick reaction, 'due to -some buying' )iy houses' with eastern connections, carried pricey up- waVd. After opening IHc to 2c lower, hvith December 239% lo 240, and Miirch the market soon recover- ing more or less the loss. Oats were dull, the September' de- livery beinft weal; as.a result ot sell- ing, partly in theT w'ayvof hedging which sent It about 1'yA under Decem- ber, the widest discount so far. Open- ing quotations were unchanged DAKE PETER IJkMlkRRE Polnte Si. Pjerre, P. Q.' "I ttlink it rey duty to toll you how much your mod iciae has donoforme. I suffered for three years with i terrible JTfccma. I consul ted docton and they did not do me any good. Then, I used one box of Salta' and tiro boxes of 'Fruita-licef my hands are now clear. .Tho pain is gone and there has been no .return. I think it i3 a marvellous cure because no other medicine did ixie any good and I tried all the remedies I ercr heard of, without benefit until. 1 used and. 'Fruit-a-tiyes' caoled the blood and removed Ihecause'of the disease, and completed the cure." Dame PETER LAMARRE 60c. abor, 6 for size 25o. At all.dealers or-sent postpaid by Frait-a-tiTe3 Limited, Ottawa, Ont. Mrs.jGrecnawBCy' of Tuber Gives iation he wlu us dry pro- Good Advice to Delegates -At Taber Constituency Women's Institute Convention. wl is for every woman who is entitled to vote to see that her name Is on the S-oter's list, autffor (he worn. en's institute to see that eho Is able to get out to vote." Mrs. Bagnall urg- every woman to vote as her con- science dictated "to her, and not as her husband dictated. She was talking prohibition one day with a man who dragged forth the old slogan "personal liberty." He was pot going to vote for prohibition- as he did not believe In the Infringement of 'personal lib- erty." "And how will your wife Tote' asked lira. Bajnall. 'She will vote as Iteil her to" he raplIeO.. "Personal liberty" was for him, but was a luxury denied his wife. ianil and France.. Sha visited western Canada nine years ago and on her re- turn was amazed and pleased to see the chacgu the nine yeare had wrought in western women. Today they got together, attended conferences and discussed such subjects as child wel- fare, education and prohibition. They were taking their share m bufldhig up this province and were doing mag- nificent pioneer work, and this Is an excellent slgu, as thia prosperity of this province for many years to de- pends on the rural 4tqmen. shots were fired and several person were The trouble arose ou of a general strike which was dec-lai ed several days ago. Chase's ointment Trill relieve you at once end nllorcl lasting beueEU. 60c. a Dot; all dealers, or Edmanson, Bates Co., Limited, Toronto. Sample IJoi freo It you mention this and. endow 2c. sump to pay postage. lower, with September and ceinber. M.-1 Montreal Change Closed MONTREAL, Sept. .vril he-no sessions, of the-stock exchange today or on Monday, on account ol the holiday. HAY MARKET (Prices furnished, by Farm Products No. 1 fb.Ol No. 1. Mixed Timothy and Al- falfa 30.01 No. 1 Alfalfa 27.01 (Pricp.s f.o.b, cars Lothbridge o: York Telephone Co. has filei new tariffs with' Public Service Com mission, station to station rails five cents where present chargi is 25 cents or less. THE BIG VALUE BOX Pastes for Tan, OxllooJ anJ Brown Shoe) While and Liquid for White Shoes THE T. F. DAUEY CORPORATIONS LTD., KAMItTON, CAN. ONLY TABLETS MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN Aspirin at All without the "Bayer Cross" rcctiong. Then you are getting-real n jire- r nine- For Colds, Pain, Headache, Neural- gia, Esrachtt. and for .Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica, Neu- ritis, take Aspirin marked with the jiamo "Bayer'1 or you are not taking 'Aspirin at All. Accept only f'Btytr Tablets of Aspirin" in an unbroken- ''Bayer" There it only ono fay "Bnyei? Aspirin Is the tnarV (niMatH In o! Manufacture of Mono. of Willa It Is well knoi.-n Ihnl Aipfrli genuine Aspirin scribed by physicians for over teen years. Now made in Canada. Handy tin boxes containing 12 tab- lets cost hut n few cents, Bniggisf.sj also sell larger. packages. (rill bo x lo ntRlat Ihn mpca fib ttielr r the eant Dityer Ilia of Uaycr Company (By a Staff Reporter) TABER, Sept. Women's In- stitute constituency convention was opened at Taber this afternoon by the constituency coin-ener, Mrs. Dr. Clay- ton Greenaway. Sirs. Dr. Greenaway o( Hayiuond spoke enthusiastically of the possibilities of these conventions and stated that as mcnihers they hare great responsibilities and an oppor- tiinlty.ot adva.ncliig'a'ud bettering the conditions'Of-home and (-omraunity "If memhera do not fulfil.these {responsibilities-ttien they will prove that they are not worthy citiiens of thc'cijimtry to-yhlch they helohj' said Mrs. Greenaway. "Mothers should instil a lovo of country into the hearts of the children at home and teach them to be.proudoflhelr'land. Wo 'citizens of "a country of 'Which we i naa should bo very proud'. Ours Is a good-'much as she had and stated she was ly. heritage, and Is iio countryjsuro would show het In tflo world. Wjherc women are hap- appreciation ot the wonderful privl- Iiler than they are In Canada." of .the vote hy doing everything the provincial president'in her power to assist In stamping out Brooklyn Transit Sees Break in The Ranks of Strikers Sirs. Dr. Clayton Greenaway said she hoped every.one of_the enjoyed Mrs. Bagnall's talk as El NDW YORK, Sept. hundred strike breakers in the Kidgewood de- iiot of the Drooklyn Rapid Transit were imperilled early, toflay by flrc of supposedly incendiary origin .which caused mi estimated loss of Two trolley cars were destroyed and thrco others badly' damaged. The strike breakers, who ivero slecping'in depot, were awakened soon after the fire discovered, and assisted in saving many cars. Six additional surface lines, a total- oC 27, uere placed1 in operalioii this morning, Brooklyn .Rapid Transit .oiii-. cials announced. It was also rfiported that 200 more strikers had returned to work. of Albnrta Wonien'a said Taber.was tho.best attended Constit- uency-Conference she hau visited in Alberta. Sho was pleased to see the way the women in the country towns were forging ahead in educational mat- ters and said many or them wero far in front of. the city women. That was one of the benefits resulting from the conferences; .no.woman can make progress at homc.hy herself, it is when she unites with other women with the samQ.end, that she acquires knowledge. Reports or the" work tone in the past were then read by the delegates who were: Mrs, Brown of Coaldale, Mrs. Brlinble of Kvcr Ready. .Mrs. Eaves: of Rctlaw, Mrs. Anderson of Raymond, Mrs; McCaH of" Taber and Mrs. Rash of-Kinnihurgh. The- afternoon meeting was closed all the members and delegates-nn animoiisly agreeing to wort during the forthcomiug year toward providing a scholarship fund to Fend a girl of the to an. agricultural col- lege for fiye'months 'and also to raise a fund for child-welfare work. The Evening Session. his evil. Tho next Item was a by Mrs. Vnderstm of Barnwell. Tho concluding speech, even- ing was that ot Bailey, the English novelist. "She greatly in- terested the audiencG with aer account of her war experiences both. in. Enp- Used for 70 Years Thru its ust Grandmother's youthful appearance has rrnialrf d until youth has v becorne but memoiyr 1 The soft, refined, p" whiie eppcaranct renders leaves the joy of Beaury j for years. ;G O u r a u d 's ATHLETES officials to-Judge .Mayer's announce- ment that seniority rights would be restored if. the men relumed lo work. Eighteen additional surface lines were operated this morning. More than 390 trolleys were reported In use, or 20 per cent, of the total sur- face rolling stock. Thero were 120 elevated and subway trains running. RIOT OUTSIDE PALACE BALBOA, Sept. out- .iido oC the palace where King AlBunso .is residing, there was a Gght between strikers and non-strikers in whfcch 'ABSORBINE Ideal Rub-Down. Football and lacrosse players, tennil f and golf enthusiasts, runners and oaii-. men, find quick relief from bruUa and raiusclc soreness after a brisk rub-do sn with a trainer's made ot one' 'ounce of ''ABSORBIN'E JR.1! aW i quart ei water or w-itcli haaL This by many prominent athletes, physical directors and train01 healing., toothing, strengthening and invigorating. Puts vim into Isme effective in; strains and i day'" soreness. j ''.ABSORBINE 'JR.'! thsj muscles pHable and. in proper KttpaVtlleof'ABSORBlNEJR.'M in your. locker. J1.25 a inost druggists or cent postpaid by W. F. younG, INC, Lytnan Buildins, Tbe meeting of the evenlfig conven- WILSON REFERS MINE CASE TO LABOR DEPT. WASHINGTON, Sept. Presi-' dent Wilson today referred to Secre- tary Wilson of the labor department -ho telegraphic request of the United Mino Workers that the question of a new. wage. scale .for., anthracite- new re- quests, for increases to those, granted by'.the anthracite com- mission to he filed. '-'A The agreement embodying' the com- mission's signed Wednes- day by representatives oper- ators and employees. ONE'JpIES IN DRUNKJEN 'ORGY IN'MOOSE JAW 1IOOSB j, Sept. Egglestone, of Hsly, W. Va., was found dead by a M. Galnes, when the latter woke in n vacant house this morning after a night's drunken debauch. Gaines Is liolu by tho police as n witness for the coroner's inquest, which .will bo opened at four o'clock this afternoon. Two other men were with the dead man and Gainea and who-took turns in going--out for liquor, are be- ing sought by the. police. Coroner Dr. Wadilell ordered a post mortem ami, this afternoon the dead .nian's stomach was sent'to Kegiha for'an- alysis. Mrs. Frances Egglestono. of Esl5p, W.' Vn., was notified by" tho police of her son's tiou ;was opened-" with a reading by 3Iiss Kiiudson. Mrs. Bagnall the district director for the prohibition irefercnduni was the first speaker of the evening. She said she had been particularly proud that p.fternoon to way the women were discussing arid handling problems of such vital interest as education and child welfare. Jn the past the only weapons wonfenjhaye had to fight with, have heen and courage, or-1920'theV have .In their this great weapon the. ballot. "And we. women'' said Mr3. Bagnall "must use ,the vote to make this Canatfjv of ours the verj safest, best, cleaneat 'and happles jlace In which a boy 'or girl- can grow ill. M should-like every wodan to eave this meeting today frilly deter mined that on the 25th tiay of October she- will vote in favor of forbidding ;he importation; of liquor- into-tbi irovlnce for beverage' purposes. We ilaS'e premier Stev.-art's-'promises tba if wo show by our vote that we are In earnest In regard to prohibition legis HOW DID HE GET'.THERE? MONTREAL, Sept. Identificatron established of the skull of a mari found ..In a spate' at the rear of the fuel econ-. omizcr in the boiler room of the plant of tho Canadian Consolidat- ed Rubber company last Wednes- day. The raat of the remains were taken out and were proved to be those of Lutigcr Mellfeur, 4S, Why drSnupC3rCu AUCU.St last. Moro Tobacco fortheMoney Packa SOCIAL SERVICE COUNCIL NOT FOR "BONE DRY" LAW BUT flIGHT CONTROL WINNIPEG, Sept. a statement outlining the Social Service Council Canada's reason (or Its actlva, stand In (avor ot the October 25 refer- to prohibit the private importation of liquor, D.' 6. lifirkness, secretary of the council, sniil the council was not anxious for bone dry liquor legislation.- What tho council Bought was legislation which will control the Importation and guarantee the- quality .ol llciiior, and decide for Itself- how it shall bo used, ness LOT tnat and tnat noney-toucnea Flavor HAVEBEE'HKABE FOH4YEflRS NONE6fNUWE WITHOUT TIIIS-SIGNATORE THIS BAR IN RED INK (SPRINTED ONLYOH GENUINE ORIGINAL. KEUOGG'S ;