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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. SEPTKMBKfl !3. 1920 THE LETHBBIDGB'DAILY HERALD MARKET REPORTS Hung License at Head of Bed and t'KGK FIVE CRIPPLED GIRL HIDDEN 17 YEARS Winnipeg Grain Market WINNIPEG, Sept. market was very steady ai cue open- ioe today. There .was a. good class of trade and the early Eelling represent- ing Ledges was well lateu caro at advancing prices Iroiu Ho opening. '.Shlppero identified wUU eiport uud domestic business were the buyers. The demand tor cash wheat was very strong during the early'part ot the session and tne- premium remain- ed it 32 cents over October for Xo. l! northeiii. Offerings wero very large, owing to the heavy sales by farmers over the week-end resulting in a good broad trade. grain markets continue dull and teaturc-less. October wheat upward in price today largely as a result of the of recr'pts. Houses with seaboard connections were conspicuous buyers. Deceit oer opened at 1-2 to 24S. and JIarca 243 3-4 IOV244, and was follows! by moderate further giilnc. Prospective export business In Can- adian grain strengthened oats. Quota- tions opened l-8c oft to 1-lc up; De- cemuor at 265 5-8 to 265 7-8 and then gradually hardened, i Toronto TOKONTC'; (Dominion Livestock receipts 5.-192: trade was very dull on all clashes with a drop of hall' a dollar. The highest prices for quality steers 11.50. closed L8c lower, November and De- Calves, receipts 538; clioivo IS.00 to ceniber unchanged; oats I 1-Sc lower J9.00. Sheep, receipts 8.00; lambs 12.25 to 13.60. for down for December and 1 3Sc for May; barley 1 3-4c dowa for October, anti 3-4c lower for December; flax 1l-2c lower for Octob- er and tic down for November; rye unchanged lot Otlober. Quotations: Open. 265 Close. 273 Vi 26ZV, I [October...... I November fDeceriibor .October SO 79 H December 72'4 May............... 76% 120 liny. December''........ 112'i lll'i fLAX--l October i November 35Jk I October .203H 263'A Cash-Prices No. 1 Nor. No. 2 Nor. No. 3 No 4 Xor No. 3 Track. Manitoba Track. Saskatchewan Track. X o. 3 C.W... S 7 No. 3 C.W...' S6 U No. 1 feed S6JJ No. 1 feoiJ.. S514 No. 2 feed.. i S4'J i I i No. 2 C.W... 129V4 No. 4 C.W.. i Hejedcd and feed ............114 :No. 1 N. W. C.................355U No..2 C.W...34SV4 No. 3 C.W...319V4 Track..........-.. No. 2 CAV.............___ ''Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Sept. j 1 catlle, hogs and 300 sheep. Opening this morning was exlrerae- slow with buyers bidding fully 25c lower on all good grades 61 caltle. while common to medium -were 50c j lower. Medium lo .good quality bul- i-her steers disposed of from to I fair to good duallly. female butchers ?6.25 lo Tha hog market was steady at 521 for selects. Montreal Livestock i MONTREAL, Sept. l.'veEtoek receipts today were Tho best gntlcs of Iv.Hcber cnltlo -ft'as fairly finrt and 'medium aud.cominoil grades" fl'oni 25 to 50 cents lower, be- ing' refused for the "best cows. A load of slecrs averaging 1.070 pounds broughl a'rid [airly good lols made up o" steers, heifers and a few j good cows brought from f 10.50 to ?11. Calves, "receipts Some very thin'calves sold for anil better grades to ?S. Sheop, receipts 9.6G0. A few top J13. Otoer sales were at 512.76 ami Hogs, receipts There was a Teal-scarcity of select bacon hogs oa tho iharkcl. Prices quoted were- on shipments containing a large percent- age ol llghls. Off oar welghls, sel- ects lo Calgary Livestock CALGARY, Sept. hundred and fifteen caltle, 65 calves and 1136 sheep were- received at Ihe stockyards -on.Monday morning. No choice but- cher aleers were weighed up at noon. Tho-bulk ol metlluni to good steers made to 24 choice cows aver- aging 1047 pounils made SS.25; 22 oth- ers averaging 1087 made 5S.OO, the bulk going at ?7 to ?8; 65 calves av- eraging 300 pounds made 510.50; a few choice bulls averaging 1425 made. 56.85; stocker aleers were steady, prices ranging frijm JC.55 to ?S.50. Hogs are quoted at last week's figure, ?22.10 off cars for salecls. Montreal Stock Market MONTREAL. Sept. local stock exchange was strong at Us op- ening this morning. Atlantic Sugar gained a 1-2 point.over the week-end', opening at 141 this morning and Ihea Immediately rising lo 142. Spanish River opened al 110 which rcprcscnletl a 1-2 point decline since Saturday. T.'aysgamack gained 3-4 of a point am! Ilrcwcrieg rose- an eighth to 65 5-S. liromplon remained 75. Other issnes were steady. Chicago Grain Market CHICAUO, Sept. moved lioss, receipts 1.4-4S. Ved and wulerc-d baels, selects Minneapolis Wheat JUNNKATOLIS, Sept. No. 1 spol northern 263 to New York Stock NEW YORK, Sept. P. li. V. S. Steel SSU; I': S. Steel preferred Bar Silver NEW YORK, silver, duiacstic 99 1-2; foreign 94. Sterling Exchange NEW YORK, Sept. ex- change heavy. Demand 53.48 1-2; cables Canadian dollars 10 to 10 1-16 per cent, discount. HAY MARKKT furnished by Farm Producls No. 1 J33.00 No. 1. Timothy and Al- falfa ..........-.........I 30.50 No. 1 Alfalfa.............. 27.00 cars Letbbrldge- or 1'OHT ARTHUK. Sepl. women In politics you ai much chance ot civil marriages i marriage In heaven." declared 'Jbalr- mau W. G. Gregorj-. of the Ontario pobllc sen'lce commlstion. during a discussion inlroduced by Magistrate Palllnger ol fort WUlIaui at Ihe hear- ing here ou Salurday. The magistrate, during examination, Introduced the subject of marriage by magistrates of Ontario and followed with a state- ment that "the peddling of marriage licenses lu Ihe city ol Fort William was a joke." "You can buy a marriage license iu any place from a, grocery slore to! a junk shop." said the magistrate, who also declared many couples iu the ily procured a license, hung ft up all he heart ot the bed and considered! hat sufficient ceremony. The commission left Monday 'ort Frances. 11 will go from Fort "Vances to Winnipeg to investigate he system under which the transfer rom tho Registry Act system to the d Titles Act was made. i JOL4HT. Ills., Sept. I county todi ___r_ ing au invwtigatjoo to determine ier- i Marie KohuiM, a-crippled girt, 19, who It IB said has been kept VM- dec for 17 yean I i Ihe cellar of announced thtt they bad learned that the sltl was the cellar when she was two years of They uid she had the physi- cal appearance ot a child of oil, aia her limbs were twisted and shrivefled aud her gaunt and discolored. Jumped From Train Died From Injuries Out to Raise Million Dollars COBALT, Ont., Sept. 13- Matte Parrot, a middle-aged man being taken to jaU at Sault Ste Marie, funip- to his death when he made a des- leap for liberty Irom a moving Algoma Central iralu. 100 miles from Ihe Soo. according to information re- ceived here today irom Constable Fred ol Cochrane, who was in charge of tho prisoner. Parruy died a short time after being replac- ed oa Ihe train. The man had been commiltwi for trial by the magistrate at Hearst on a charge of a serfoue oSense against a 11-year-old girl. .MOXTKUA'L, Sept. Cana- dian Pacific Ocean Service liner Meta- gania, which ran aground on Isle miles'below" Montreal, on Saturday'afternoon, is still unable to move despile the vigorous efforts ot the lugs sent lo her rescue, on Sun- day morning. All Jhc passengers, however arrived here this morning none the worse for ail extra night ou the river. Among the passengers who dlsem harked ivas the Illshop of Kdmonton who has been attending the Lam- herlh conference of bishops this summer. CARSON'S BIRTHPLACE BURNED TO GROUND BELFAST, Sept. Lam bert House In Asthenry, county Gal way, where Sir-Edward Caraon, the Ulster Unionist leader, was born, wag burned today, presumably by Sinn Fetners. Galway has heeii placed under cur few laws, making six Irish cities un rter this law, Belfast, 'Dublin, London derry, Limerick, as well a number ot smaller towns and vil lages. ARMY AND NAVY VETS AGAINST AN ELECTION TORONTO, Sept. To- ronto unit of the Army and Navy Veterans has passed a resolution taking Issue with veterans' organ- izations which have been urging an early Dominion general elec- 'lion and claiming that the pres-nt Is not a tlrne for a general elec- tion. The resolution in question also claims that the present grat- uities and pensions to soldiers are, on the whoTej generous, and that they probably will be added to later by the government WHEAT POURS INTO RAYMOND .ELEVATORS (Special to the Herald.) RAYMOND, Sepl. first car of Raymond grown 1920 whe'at was shipped this week. It was Romeril's wheat, graded No. 1, and was consigned to Fort Wil- liam. The Ellison Milling com- pany %verr the shippers. Wheat is now pouring Into the elevators from every part of Ihe by next week it will become a veritable Niagara as a dozen more outfits will be operating by Monday. More People than ever before are drinking INSTANT POSTUM Popular because of its fine flavor, health value and price Sold everywhere by grocers MONtANA REPUBLICANS ASK HELP OF DEMOCRATS HELENA, Sept. appeal to the democrats of Montana to join tho republicans In "repelling Ihe assault against Hit whole spirit of Americanism In defend- ing the program for slate social- ism that has brought tirrmoll, un- rest and threatened confiscation of Individual thrift and effort In our sister sUle of North forms part of the platform adopt- ed by the Montana republican plalform convention. .j MILNER TO RETIRE MONTREAL Sept. under way for a six-day caropaig are: i to DELEGATES ARRIVE FOR EMPIRE CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE MEETING order to recoup it for Ihe I.OXDON, Scpl. or Edmumoo, Batei 4'Go IA Toronto. (Uoplo Box frsa It One of the chief sources of the additional value offered in Good- year Tires is the savings effected through Goody ear's system of distribution; It is a system made possible by the enormous. sale of Goodyear Tires. To several thousand Canadian dealers Goodyear sells tires direct, and the money that would go as profit to jobber is largely saved. Shipments to distributing points are so large that we make the sav- ing of carload freight rates. Or- ders from dealers are large enough to', reduce clerical expense f to a small factor. Such efficiency in practice" and the resulting increased business has reduced expense-per-tire to a minimum.' The savihg-per-tire between tory and dealer is __ In total this hundreds of thousands of turned back into the heighten quality_and keep prifces down. i So af30 weather Tread Tire with year Heavy Tourist Tube 1 costs you to-day only Six years', ago it cost you An increase of only 1.9 .per most commodities and labor: increased over 100 per cent. And Goodyear Service Station Dealers help you get all the mile- age that is built into the tires. The resulting low cost-per-mileof Good- year'Tires has built the largest tire sales in the world. The Goodyear Tire Rub her'Co. of Canada, Limited COD MADE ;