Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MARKET REPORTS Winnipeg Grain Market WINNIPEG. Sept. Cash wheat registered a sharp advance today ow- ing (o an urgent demand for both wheat and rye. Weather conditions today retarding threshing and delay- ing deliveries had their effect- oa the market both -cash find future, and not alone- la wheat but in coarso grains as well, all of which reacted In sym- pathy with wheat. Octolwr wheat closed 2 7-8c higher, November 3 l-2c higher, and Decem- ber i 6-80 higher. Oats 2 55c higher for October; 1 7-Sc up for December and May 2 l-2c higher. Barley 2 S-Sc higher for October and 3 higher for December. Flai 3c up for October and- November; ryo 2o higher for Oc- tober. Quotations: October -November December October' December Slay October December October XovenAer Octobor 133 Cash Prices Ts'o. 1 Xor...2S55i No. 3 Nor.. No. 3 No. 4 Nor... 205% No. 5 Nor. -...254% Track. Manitoba ...284% Track, Saskatchewan 283% Track. Alberta No. 2 G.W... Open. 2SSU 253 157 359 "53 CIoBe. 235% 256V4 121U 3C2 3fi3 Canada Forglngs, the only stock to show a loss In the first few minutes of-tradiug was off 1-2 at 117 1-2. STERLING EXCHANGE NEW YOKK, Sept. Sterling ex- change weak, Demand 33.49 Vi; cables Canadian dollars 9 15-16 per cent, discount. NEW YORK STOCKS NEW YORK. Kept. sales: C. P. R. 118 V. S. Steel SS ?i: V. S. Slesl preferred ICC. BAR SILVER NBYV YOKK, Sept. silver, domestic 99 K; foreiKU 53 HAY MAKKET (Prices furnished by Fa-m Products Ltd.) No. 1 TImolhy S33.00 No. 1 Mired Timothy and Al- falfa .30.00 No. 1 Alfalfa (Prices f.o.b. 27.00 cars Lethbridge or No. 3 C.W... 87M Ex. N'o. 1 feed No, 1 feed.. SC'4 No.-2 feed.. Track....................... 85'i BARLEY- MO, s c.w...my NO. 4 c.w...i25U llejected and feed Track.......................12SH No. I'X.'W. C................3C3 No: 2 C.W...3BS No. 3 C.W.. .327 Condemned...................317 Track ..........362 No. 2 C. TV. .Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Sept. 4G5 cattle-, 41 hojjs I'.nd 215 sheep. Offerings were light on the cattle'market Tvlth only a llm LONDON, Sept. (Canadian As soclated Following are the results of association football garnej played today: First Division Aston Villa 4; Tottenham Hotspur 2. Bradford 2; Sheffield United 0. nurnley 2; 1. Huddcfsftold 1; Bradford City 0. Manchester United 3; Chelsea 3. Newcastle United 4; Preston 2. Arsenal 2; Manchester C. 1. Blackburn R. 2; Sunderland 0. Bolton Wanderers 3; Westbrom- wich A. 0. Derby C. 2; Everton f. Liverpool 5; Old ham 2. Second Division Blackpool 4 Coventry C. 2. Cardiff C. 2; Birmingham 1. Leicester C. 2; Leeds U. 1. Nolls Forest 1; Nolls County 0. Sheffield Wednesday 1; Stoke 3. Southshields 2; Barnsley 2. Stockport C. 6; Clapton Orient D, Third Division Northampton 0; Watford 1. Brentford 2; Brighton 1. Brisol R. 2; Grlmsby 0. Eieter 4: MUlwar 0. Gillingham 0; Merthyr T. 0. Lulon 3; Swansea 0. Windsor Finding Difficulty in Accommodating Bij Labor Convention WINDSOR.'Ont., Sept. ian. from the labor unions every Industrial center of Canada are pouring !nto Windsor to attend the-annual Dominion Trades and Labor congress, which opens here on next Monday. Just where they will find dalion is one- of the chief problems which for the moment overshadows the knotty puzzles of policy which lat- er will be wrestled with when the ses- sion opens. Windsor hotel accommo- dation 1: limited, while iu Detroit; across the river, the situation ifany- thing is worse. A large delegation is promised from Weslorn Canada but the usual feature of a powerful and pronounced-radical group from the iiiarltlme yrovinces lacking. Armctrong, Russell, Johu and Prllchard are serv- ing prison sentences for their leader- Dhlp during the Wiunipeg general slrike the majority of their fol- lowers have rallied to the banners of the One Big Union which Ipso facto them from parllclpatlon In sessions of tho International trades union con- vention. The program of the cong.'ess has not yet beeu divulged, but from the views by incoming delegates it Is expected that considerable prom- inence will be given to the future policy of the 'congress in solidifying tho ranks of the labor movement for a concerled political drive In tho fed- eral arena. Flushed by Ihe Ontario and Manitoba and to a lesser degree 'in ,the maritime provinces, the delegates from these sections are eager to press the issue Into the greater field, recalling how tho Ques- tion of the eight-hour day was shifted by the Dominion government, referr- ing it to the provincial legislators on- ly to have the latter maintain it was essentially a federal question. ilcil milliter of good quality Norwlch Crysal Palace I. ...nin Plymonth A. if', Newport t-. Kilo. The market opened slightly on medium butcher sEuff. Female butchers being draggy at j prices 2oc lower. There was no trad- i ing recorded; on the hog market.! Sheep and lamb quotations remained j unchanged. i Chicago Grain Market. C1IICAOO. Sept prices started stronger today, there being a liullisli sentiment in, the market ton account of easier "tone in coarse grains. Opening 'prices wliich .wero l-4c to Ic higher, with December 247. mid .March 242, wero followed by a Klight decline, but soon recovered the loss. Oats wero dull and1 easier with corn, openind l-4c to 3-Sc lower and then displaying-further weakness. Montreal Stock Market MONTREAL, Sept. local fctock market opened with a quiet but fairly, strong tone, the majority of.the transactions recorded showing frac- tional to considerable gains from yes- terday's close.. Abltibi showed a gain of 1-4 to SI and Brompton was 1-S bct- fer opening sale nt 76, Immed- iately going to 7G 1-2. Queen's Park Rangers 2; Reading 0. Southampon 2'; Portsmouh 0. Southend 1; Swindon 1. Scottish League' GLASGOW, Sont. Results of association football games played to- day Scottish League Aberdeen 0; Ayr United 0 Airdienians 1; Clyde 1. Celtic 2; Hamilton A. 1., Dumbarton 0: Albion Rovers 4. 0; Hibernians 3. Hearts 2; CIrdebank 0. Kilmarnock 1; Queen's Park 1. Motherwell 1; Thistle 4. Rangers 2; ilorton 0. St. MIrren 0; Dundee 1. Lanark'3; Raith Rovers 0. "PA! IE PIPER" OTTAWA, Sept, burden Imposed by the increase in railway rates authorized by the Hallway commission is hound hard on the consumer, was the view expressed by F. S. hall, member for Pontiac, and Uic chiet railway critic in Iho IIOUSG of commons, when questioned In regard to Ibe increase by a representative) tho Canadian Press, Mr. Cahlll said that he expected there would ,be some advance in rales authorized he had not expected that the railways would he given practically everything asked for. As far as the con- concerned, Mr. Cahlll re- marked, tho rates would moan a 50 per cent, increase. He observed that as of Iho judgment, the C. P. H. would placed in a very faror- e Condition. REWARD For Information Leading to the Recovery of a NASH ROADSTER CAR LICENSE NUMBER 11757 D ALSO Will be given for information leading to the convic- tion of the thief. By Dr. G. W. Leech, car was taken" at the entrance of .the Sherlock Block between the hours of 0.30 and 10.00 last night Description of car: Color of body, niaroon, ulack ferrdero and chassis, white wooden wheels, new, Dominion Corel Tires on all four wheels, black top and two oval glass plale ONLY NASH ROADSTER IN THE PROVINCE A PUMP GUN IN A HEAVY LEATHER CASE WAS LEFT IN THE CAR More Depression on the Foreign Exchange Market PTVB KNIGHT POLICE COPRJ PENALTY TORONTO, Wm. .McKenzle, the well-known finan- elil'and railway if this city, was fined In pellet court for j I lowing his motor ear to, exceed the speed limit. of spctdlng were also made againtt Sir John Eat- on, H. Hartley Dtwart, K. C., M. P. P., and Lleut.-Col. Walker Bell, but none of them answered when called In court. Red Tape May Interfere With Rate Appeal Discouraged He Took Life to a wire by J. B. Coyne, counsel lor the Winnipeg board of tradp, asking the federal- government to delay opera- tion of the freight rates uutil an ap- peal could ts heard, Hon. Arthur Mel- of Canada, declares in a telegram received that the appeal must oo sent as a printed peti- tion. Mr. Coyne replied this morning that the Railway Commission Act in over-ridden by this statement. He says tho act distinctly stales that time for an appeal must be allowed be- tween the issuing of the order and its operation. "The order will go Into eifect five days alter being '-Issued, and no ttas for proper consideration or action can bo given, by the public or the counsel in such a brief Mr. Coyne said." Premier Meigheri's communication to Mr. Coyne reads as follows: "Your tslegrim September 9, un- der railway, act appeal from decision Board Railway Commissioners should lie -taken by way of formal petition addressed to his excellency the gover- nor-general in'- council. Petition should set forth' specific object of ap- peal -and- reasons advanced therefor. The practice lias been for petitioners to print petition and forward at least 25 'copies. "Arthur J. B.'Coyne wired Premier Melgh- en in reply declaring that If the now Increase Is permitted to go Into opera- tion withoutw'giving the people an op- portunity to appeal it will be a. grave reflection, on the action of the Railway commission. that it will bo a case .of .deliberately over-riding rigbls DpoclilcaHy-'grantEd by tho Rail- way Commission Act. He asks that tho operation ho suspended during the appeal. ST. X. B., Bept inent citizens here are demanding investigation Into the system used to Induce young men In Great Britain to come to Canada to the hope of getting high wages as t result of the here of a young Welshman named Arnbroie'Johns. He shot himself at the' Salvation Army workmens' quar- ters. The man la a. Utter Aft left Mid he emigrated from England and went to New Waterford, Cape to work in a coal mine but that he unable to get ahead In a financial WIT because of the many he was called upon to pay.. Discouraged. In Cape Breton, he came to St. John, bat could not find work, accordlne to letter. His suicide followed, the re- ceipt of a loiter from his young wife "who wrote that sho 'was GO hard prs'ssM that she had- been obliged to pawn her wedding ring and other per- sonal property. NEW YORK, Sept. de- pression on the foreign exchange, mar- ket was a disquieting feature today splto heavy gold imports rcmittan-; ces -to London fell below to the pound for demand bills with sympath- etic declines in the-rates to France, Belgium, Germany and Italy-. Today's' quotations -.for mittances Tvero the lowest -since "March 4 last, ar.d the reaction fir quo- tations to continental Europe arc tho lowest In several months. Dealers ln; foreign exchange report- ed daily large offerings oE Sills on London and Paris, mainly for exports of grain'and cotton. According to reports there has been heavy speculative selling-., of foreign exchange based Industrial conditions In England and Italy. CHIEF SUPERINTENDENT OF "EDUCATION IN p. E. CHATCLOTTETOvVN, P. E. F., Sept. Alberton. son-ot er- ovornor Rogers-has been appointee hief superintendent education for his'province, rice'R. H. Campbell vho resigned.-, Mr. Rogers Tfasijormerly chairman .the board of.school'commissioners n Veruon, FIRE IN BUSINESS BLOCK AT WINNIPEG WINNIPEG, Sept. man was slightly Injured and'damages es iniated at was'caused by fire] parly this morning in the basement' of the Forrester block on Fort street. Thunderer Gives Hughes Scheme for Defence Approval Endorses Australian Proposal as Reasonable and Satisfac- tory For Purpose LONDON, Sept. As- sociated devot- ing its main editorial today to a dis- cussion of the new Australian de- fensB proposals, thinks the modified citizen training scheme proposed b} Premier Hughes will agree with Aus- trailtau -opinion which also -will be pleasantly surprised to find the esti- mated cost of Its government's policy appreciably less than tho military ex- pendltnre of 1913. Th8 editorial states that those who know Australia, will not think' six hundred, thousand pounds for aircraft development too- large.. Turning to naval matters, the newspaper notes tiat Premier Hughes and Lord Jellicoe nro both inspired by the same conviction. Tho navy is the first line of defense for Australia, Continuing, the newspaper elates: "The aamo .truth continues to hold about tho security of New Zealand, Alfilay India and eren the Pa- cific coast of Canada for the Indian and Pacific oceans are strategically one and (he power which would wrest command of them both JronA the Brit- ish peoplea In war would bo free to undorlakn at Its descretion, the sub- jugation of any territories whose ahoroa tbey wash. these speculations belong to Tomato regions o( strategy, but that is no reason for Ignoring them altogether. The truth In the need of empire defense must to re-considered wholesale in the light of the resnlts of tho war. Tho center of seapower Is no longer In the North Sea and It is for statesmen of the British nations to decide whero it IB likely to fall within this Mfetlmo of tho present and next, Tho Times finally notes that Pre- mier Ilughea suggests present applj. c.itioii of four million pounds for naval defense nnditsaya it In a great sura of money for a population of leas than flvo million nnil the prospect of such a burden may well arouse opposition, tint Lord Jellicoe loW the Australian government lhat their share of any scheme of naval defense would ho much Iho same and his report was ac> oeplcd by Die rnmmonweaHh govern. ht wilnoul EtrrtoPJ demur. NO MUNITION SHWS TO ENTER KIEL CANAL BETH IN, Sept have been, given authorltlei In charge of the Kiel canal nut to allow, ships carrying munitions to paas through the canal-from the North Sea to the Baltic, ac- cording to a telegram from .Kiel. It the orderc were Issued by the German government. Stole Tickets and Baggage Checks and Redeemed Them Sept. llr-A rob- ttrr took plsee at hold, la this city yesterday, lor cool and calculated faring rlvab the beat eironlcled per- formances of tho In-. ttrnstlonal Crooks. Thleyw en- Uwl the apartments of two lady quests o( the hostelry during their absence, appropriated jewelry and other valuables, including la the haul the ladW transportation to the Pacific coast and also cnscks for their baggage. The mai'.er was reported to the po- lice authorities who, on tlon, found that the miscreants had cot only obtained rebates on the railway tickets, but fcjiil In addition redeemed the ladies' bag- gage and made off with the con tents, the talae of which 'was some Detectives this morning recovered most of the stolen property in a house In the north end of the city, and took in- to custody a iu.au and several women as they were- preparing for departure for unknown desti- nations. Forced Men to Surrender Sixty Thousand Bomb's FARM, companies of Italian infantry tins selisd a fac- tory at which tud been occu- pied by workmen, and foreed the men !a plant to inrrender sixty .thousand bombs, according to dia- received ton. Another re- port iteB thai workers, ushig armor- ed trucks Invaded a French-owned I factory at. Turin. They are said to i have distributed arms to workers there and to have searched all the J employees not joining m move- ment. I.___________________________________ I EVANS WINS HOSLYN, N. Y, Sept 11.- Charks Evans of Chicago today won the national amateur golf title championship, defeating Francis Oulmet of Boston 7 and 6. thl perfect I tpyonau of ho-com- Fptexion, Permanent and ttmponuy skin troubles are effectively 'concealed. mv nitural color and coerecni asy skim. Highly aotiMpdc, juxd with beneucal results at cmafive agent for 70 yean. G ou aud s Oriental Cream fl'I) HIIPKISSJI SOS. More Tobacco for the Money Packa This Table What Your Monthly Rnrt Check Amounni to In Ten, Fiftwn TwtoJy A Make Your Rent Checks Buy Your Home Does Uis landlord pat 7onr rent check back Into Improvements ol the or mite 'to Mkt It man homeliJtc? No! He Another houRe with YOUR money whllft you pay for both the honge yoa In and tho 'bow' one with your rent check! Tho end o t the rent road 1s nothing huC a pile of receipt i that tells you how much you If obeyedrtho ImpulEe and built. Stndy the abore table and make ths ijccljlon that YOUR checks will pay (or YOUR OWN HOME. Own" Home Tour own little IndlTldual ImproTernenta Just 19 you want cosy home that you can call your your home where any Improvements you make only Increase value for your benefit. Have a HOME, not a HOUSE, not havo a dictator and a ront raiser govern where you shall or shall not live. Ho independent. Build now. Circumstjyic- es were never more favorable -ronts never moro more scarce. Your rent ehacK will bp larger when you renew your next UNLESS YOU BUILD. Government Building Loans The Government Housing Schema enables you to build a, home and cay foi lt_at less than rent. Surely never nucb an opportunity presented Itself to yon. A loan up to 70% of the value of yonr borne will ha given at 6% Interest, payable quarterly, and over a 20-year period. Where can you get 6% money today? Only Jhrougn Housing Scheme. Take full advantage of this nos- la build, Make (lull ifnim your nearest lumher dealer. Get plans, estim- ated cost and full particulars. Occlda now to bulfd. You have nothing to everything In world to gain, tnnauneement l> (nserted by the Lumber of Western Canada.