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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1920 vHE LETHB.RIDGB DAILY H.ERALD PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS 7034 74' t 74 103 344 4- 342 Winnipeg Grain Market WINNIPEG. Sept. wheat market was not particularly active at opening today and prices were ruliui; lower. After two days' holiday the receipts were heavier but the of- feriugs coming on the market were ligbt, tlie bulk of receipts solng Against previous sales. In the cash rmarkct there was a good demand for the two top northerns, tho premiums on No. 1 aiid'No. grades advancing Tic' making tbo top 13V'-c over Octo- ber. In tho coarse grain market there is a good.demand for oats s-ad barley with spreads unchanged. October wheat closed Ko'lower, De- cember ?ic dawn; October oats closed Ic lower, Uecemoer lower, and May %c better; October barley closed lower: with .December %c down; October flax closed lower and November Ic higher; October rye closed lower. quotations WHEAT-: Open. Close. Oct. ..............255 Dec...............245V, Oci. TCI.S. Dec. May .i. Oct.-.......... Dec. Oct............ Oct. 100 'Cash' Prices No. 1 northern............... 2773J No. 2 .27151 No. No. 4 .'.....255% No. 5 ......244% Track MahiWba ...............27551 Track Track' OATS- NO. 2 C.JV... No. 3 O.W... No. 1 Feed Track No. 3 C.W-..125U No. 4 C.W...120U Track ..12214 N.W.C...................345V1 No. 2 C. W... 33 No. 3 C.W...309 ?1 Condemned .23954 Track .34i% IIYB- No. 2.C.W.................___19714 New York Stocks NEW YORK, Sept. sales C. H05S; U. S. Steel, U.S Steel preferred, 107. Chicago, Wheat CHICAGO, Sept. futures: .Mnrch, 238, December 63; December, 65 Close cash: 2 red, 249y, to o. -2. hard, 24914 to No. 2 mixed, 246ft to 218. 2 mixed, I3S to 139; No 2 yellow, 139 to 114. 2 white, SiVi to No 3 white, C3ft to Sliver NEW YOHK, Sent. sliver domestic- foreign 9414. i. Toronto' Livestock TORONTO, .Sept. 7. (Dominloi Livestock receipts H29. Cows and bulls about steaily stackers and feeders in good demnn especially for good quality cattle Heavy-beef steers, to receipts 77. Tops selling a 15 cents. Milcb cows, choice, to springs, choice, ti 5175.00. Sheep, receipts Top for lambs J1S.C5. Hogs, receipts 467. No bogs sold 1m prospects are for-steady prices- Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, 'Sept. Livestock toila> were 1.330 cattle, 40 hogs and 4i sheep. The market was active thi morning with all good classes am cattle soiling, on a stead: market. Bulk of choice, bulcbcr steer absorbed within range of jll.CO t with a few reaching Ferr.ale butchers of choice qualil made :lg with a bandf choice heifers weighing up at 1.00. .Choice feeder steers changed inds from to Uiddlng for the few on sale as steady at for selects. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO, Sept. receipts i.COO. Early top all weights. ulk choice, to good eers, to grassy kind eaker. Best grade. to ood and choice vealers steady; others eak and uneven; western; Hogs, receipts, top, ulk, light and butchers, to 1U.2G; bulk, packing sows, JH.20 to H.40. receipts, good west- rn, GO; best native, >p feeding lambs, Chicago Grain Market CHICAGO, Sept. buy- ig on the part of export interests strengthening effect today on the heat market. Opening wh'ich anged from 14o decline to ad auce, with December 240 to 241 and lareu 235 to 236, -wore followed by ight further gains auQ theu souie- hlng of a reaction. Liberal receipts weakened Septem er delivery of corn, but later months rmpalhlzed with wheat strength. er opening-140 to %c-higher, ludlng December at 119 to the larket burdened all around.but then aeed'down somewhat. Oats were governed by the action f com, starting at decline to Ytc dvance and then scoring a little In reased gain. Toronto Stock Market TORONTO, Sept. 7.-H3alns of ten oints for F. N. Burt preferred, five >r Penman's and for: Spanish iver-preferred were balled by trad rs 'ou the Toronto stock exchange his morning as an indication of a re ival of bullish sentiment Stock were generally steady and even thoujr dvances were not ..numerous there ras a strong undertone to the biarke which augurs well, should a few goo tuying orders Montreal Stock Exchange MONTREAL, Sept. litll radlug there was on the local sloe! exchange .this morning at the openin. was monopolized1 almost bntlrely b Spanish River common; a'nuinber o ransactions being recorded in tha .ssue at the stationary figure i 117, representing e. five-point rise froi .he last Friday. Tber were a few transactions in Brazilia at 38 1-4 unchanged. Paris Bourse PARIS, Sept. -were firm on the Bourse today: Three per cen rentes 55 francs 10 centimes. Exchang on London 62 francs 2 Th Jniled.Slates dollar was ijuoted at 14 Irancg 62 centimes. Sterling Exchange NEW YORK, Sept. ex- change steady. Demand J3.B4; cables 7-S. Canadian dollars 9 H per cent, discount. HAY MABKETP furnished by ,Farm Products Ltd.) N'o. 1 Timothy............... 133.00 No. 1 Mixed Timothy' and Al- falfa 30.00 No. 1 Alfalfa 27.00 f.o.b. cars' or VETERAN OF FENIAW RAIR DIES AT COAST VICTORIA, Sept, Ash- ley Wilntot died hero on Saturday night, aged 85. He saw military service In 186C In tbo Fenian raid. His father, Hon. Robt. 'Dnncau Wil- mot, In the early eighties represented Sunbury county, New Brunswick, and in 1885 was appointeS- lieuten- ant-governor. MEN NOT SATISFIED WITH WAGE INCREASE WINNIPEG, Sept. wage increase cf 20 per cent, announced week for all employee) of the Canadian National does not meet with the approval of the men, H. F. Lawrence, gen- eral chairman of tht Canadian Brotherhood of'Railway Employ- eii, Canadian National lines, stat- ed today. Lay Cornerstone of New Church For The Presbyterians at Cardston Leiubridge Layman Officiates Wilh the Trowel Ceremony at Political Activities of the Work- ers Likely to Be Freely Discussed. OTTAWA, Sept Canadian Vancouver to Syduey credentials are being received from lelegates who will attend this Trades and' Labor Congress at Windsor. The congress opens on September 13 and is expected to.con- tinue throughout tbo entire week, tha closing sessions coming on Saturday afternoon. Resolutions touching on almost every subject of interest to abor lueu have been received and it is expected that tbe chief Interest will centre around discussions ou the in- dustrial disputes act, cost of living, workmen's compensation acts and Im- migration of workmen to Canada. .Many in this country feel ttitt labor is being brought in from other countries without any reasonable pros- pect of work being found for the men on their nrrival. Political of the workers are also expe'cted to be freely discussed. ISvory preparation has been 'made at Windsor to find quarters for tbe hundreds of delegates who are cipected to flood tbe border city neit week. Hotel accommodation in Windsor and Detroit Is none too plentiful but an energetic local com- mittee has been arranging for the ac- commodation of delegates in private homes throughout tho city.. Relaxa- tion for the delegates Is to be provid- ed by means of river excursions on one1 or more afternoons. Dominion officials of the trades movement would not today make an estimate of the -probable attendance but stated they were confident that IL would be fully representative of labor in every large centre of the Dominion. The HeraM) CAHDSTON, Sept. laying of the corner stone of the now Presby- terian Cburch OQ Monday ibe Cth, was an event of luiusua! interest to tho people of tbe South. Tho Jay was Dae, and between two and Ihree hun- dred assembled for the Impressive ceremony, A platform had been erect- ed on which were seated, with the Rev. R. Aylward, the minister of Ibo con- gregation, Jlr..J. D. Hlglubotham of Lethbridge, Moderator of Ihe Presby- tery of Macleod, Rev. Mr. Jones, min- ister of the United Chureo, North Letbbridge; Rer. Ooro Barrow, rector c( St. Augystln's. and Rural IJean Hev. G. H. Barrett of Magrajh; Mr, H. W. Whlddlngton, the supervising architect; Mrs. Charles McKlllop of Lethbrldge, and Rev. A. H. Denooa of Knox Church, Leth- bridge, chairman of the building com- 'uiUtee. At 4-15 tha assembly was called to the Rev. Ayiward. wbo oul- Jlued the purpose of the tended words of welcome, and tutro- duced'lhe moderator, Mr. J. D. Hlgin- botham, who was asked by the Presby- tery to take charge o( the interesting and 1-jstoric proceedings. It was ex- tremelv fitting that an elder of sucii standicg aud repute should b3 honored with t'jls responsibility, arid right worthlty diii Ss represent the Presby- tery. He presided with a dignity and precision worthy of tho -occasion and of tho church. In a few words be expressed appreciation of the- honor conferred ontbim, read the solema in- (eoductoiy sentences associated with such a function, and then called upon the people to unite In singing the One Hundredth psalm. The Scriptures were read by the Kev. T. D. Jones, of Lothbrldge, and Ibe dedicatory prayer offered by Uev. Barrow. Following the devotional cs- erclses, Ibo stone was placed in posi- tion and duly declared to be well and cnurch'halt, where supper was served by the ladles' aid of congregation. The- offertory taken at the ceremony amounted to tbe fino suai o( 8300. The Hrst contribution was made by a little Kirl, representing tbe Sunday school, who came forward and placed 410 on the collection plate. A feature of the occasion was the co-operation and In- terest shown by the members of other 'deuoiniuaiions as shown by the pres- ence of the various ministers on the platform and tbe part they took In the ceremony. Lethbrldge visitors. In addition to those memloced. were Mrs- Turacy, Mrs. Lynn, Mrs. (Dr.) Mrs. J. Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. AInswoith, Mis? Jackson, Mr. E. C. ami Miss McKenslc, Mr. and Mrs. and Herbert McClenaglian, Mrs. J. D. and Miss Mary llifelnbotbam. ONLY CANADIAN TO COMPETE ROSLYN. N. Y.. Sept. B. Grlcr, of the lioyal Montreal be Canada's only representative In tbe national amateur championship which Is now being played here. W. G. ..U.I uuu UU1J UUV1UICU II' dllU irily laid by the Moderator, who then Thompson of tbe MIsElssauga club, delivered an appropriate address, con-1 hed six others in Iho rluding with best wishes for the tut-1 f round yesterday, was elim lire of church and congregation. Following the address Mrs. Chas: JIcKIllop conveyed greetings from the Womeu'-j Missionary Societies of tbo Presbytery. Hev. Denoon, chairman of thi; UuHding Committee and cbn- of the Presbytery's Home Mis- sion, then addressed the gathering. Tho proceedings concluded with tbe singing of "0, GotI Our Help In Ages tho-assembly going on to the inated this morning. Oricr Is playing against Bob Gardner of Chicago, In the feature match of the day. FORMER PRESIDENT OF PAPER COMPANY DEAD MONTREAL, Sept. Mac- At the active Furlana diod here yesterday, time of bis retirement- from Claims Cardston Weather Are Not Correct Cardston, Sept. 3, 1S20 Editor HeralJ, Lethbridge, Alberta. Dear Sir: In your issue of tbo is! inst. in the weather report, Cardston'l nilniicum temperature was given ai 31 for tbe night of tho 31st ultima The lowest that night was 41. On thi night of the 1st inst. (in your issui of the 2nd inst.) it was reported at 31 laiulmuin; the lowest was 42. I have a "Taylor" minimum sell registering thermometer on north o' house. The coldest night this fa! was 2Sth uito., when It registered 34 We have tomatoes in the, gardei about ripe, which is sufficient prooi that frost has not Visited thia district in my opinion, such reports mad! In error are more or less hurtful U a district and a correction shoald tx made. Whoever it Is that sends the weath er reports from Cardston should bi more careful, or ought to obtain i more accurate thermometer. Yours truly, C. B.-S.VpW. Sliced raw potatoes can be iav> Utlll ue uaKGE business In 1912 he was president of instead of fried if put in a hot ovcc tho Canada Paper Company, Limited. I and they will be crisp and good. GETS CALGARY.JOB Sept, Canadian civil announces the appointment to.the pub- lic service of Athol' O. Wright, of Ottawa, as afsistaut hydraulic engi neer for the Interior deparfmtnt, with headquarters at Calgary. PARIS LONDON VIVAUDOUS'S A teiolifnl m tie tonorrr I motor tefX lo ii in tnfcubn iirl Sjf V Ton irtfj It cartn lour handi. Tnilr it if ktupr that Mtrii traa it to wrrc you. A rf powder end itnctt of rouye wore jour iu mlaral chtnn. SecJ He 'Vlrud.il, M St. Pan] 3t for irom Maple ci IbtU kln Q s s t b-loif. One Irishman Kidnapped cause He Traded With Belfast Be- BELFAST, Sept. boycott against Ihe polko in tbe west and other parts of County Donegal .is be- ng rigorously enforced. In Butcrana armed men visited the residents dur- ing tbo uiglit and warned them that if .hey were, ca.ugbt speaking with mem- bers of the Irish constabulary they would be dealt with drastically. Thomas MacCovern, for fifteen years chairman of tho rural district I council of Manor -Hamilton, county Lcitrini, was kidnapped by armed and masked men. The kidnapping is be- leved to be tha result of MacQovern's refusal to., cease trading with Belfast. Three men concerned in the recent outrage against a woman because she continued to supply milk to the police, wore arrested by Irish volunteers, tried and sentenced to two years' eiile by a Sinn Fein court. They promptly left the country. Train Crew in Mesopotamia Conflict Repotted to Have Caused Many Casualties LONDON, Sept. communication received by tha .'war office yesterday says that the garri- son of the camp at tbo St. Mawas rail- Tray station, previously reported as besieged, was withdrawn to tho town of JJt. Mawas on September 2. In the course of thin operation an armored train broke down and was rushed by four thousand Insurgents. The train crew made a resolute de- fense and are said to have Inflicted 500 casualties on their assailants, but were finally overpowered and are re- ported missing to tho number of 40, Including two British officers. A field gun, a Lewis gun, three ma- chine suns and forty boxes of ammu- nition wero lost with the train. D'ANNUNZIO SEIZES A VALUABLE VESSEL LONDON, Sept, dispatch lo the Central Npws from Home says tho steamer Cogno lias been seized by officers o( D'Annunzio forces, after the Teasel had boon driven Into terri- torial Tho Cogno.had on board a cargo of silks and automobiles valued al lire, tbe dispatch adds. EAST ELGIN CONVENTION OTTAWA, Sept. postponed convention for the selection of a gov- ernment candidate In the East Elgin by-election will be held at Aylmer, Onf., on Friday neil. Sir George Fos- ter, minister ol and' commerci will speak. "BrieBr" Smoking Tobacco has become a nadian institution. More men smoke "Brier" than any other tobacco in Canada, leads in value.( m "Brier" comes in new same tobacco aid standards .established in .1858. .Stillleading in value. Macdonaid's Cut "Brier" gives more tobacco for the money in the 1-12 Ib. package for V pound. ;