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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SEPTEUBER 17, 1920 MARKET REPORTS Winnipeg Grain Market WINNIPEG. Sept. The future wheat market was generally firm throughout tha session and' the vol- ume of business was somewhat targor than ou Thursday. The cash demand vis very rare and about unchanged. Tie coarse grain markets showed little change, October wheat closed 2Vje higher; November higher and December -lie cats %c higher (or Oc- tober, %c lower tor December and Uc up for May; barley lower lor October and lower (or Decem- ber; Has Cc lower for October and 25ii; down for November; rye higher lor-October. Quotations Got. Dec. Oct Dec May, Dec. Oct. Xov. Oct 25954 217% 115 ios sn m 262U 69 W 113TS Cain 'Prices 1 Nor SSI 2 Xor. 3 Nor. 27-1 1 No. 5 .-.'r.-, Track, Manitoba Track. Saskatchewan Track, Alberta ____ C. VlV.i.VjSOii 3 C. W. Estra.'l 1 l-'ccd Tfi'i 2 Feed Track 3 4 C. W.'.. Rojeclcrt and'feed Track KI.AX-- No. 1 N. W. C. 2 C. ,...339 a C. W. 338% 153 278 259 248 277 278 275 7614 Condemned' 310 .....300 201 RYE-; No. 3. C..AY. Calgary Livestock CALGARY, Sepl. Receipts at the stockyards today were: Cattle 833; calves hogs 21; sheep 355. Trading very active. Three- choice stoere ayeragiiis sold for 11 00 Bulk of sales. 9.00 to 10.25. Heifers topped at .8.50 with bulk of sales at 7.25 to butcher -.cows 7.25 to S.35; calves', lioo to 10.60. Lambsi were quoted at 11.85. JIoss 23.75 off ears for selects. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Sept. Livestock today 2035 cattle, bogs and 150 aheap. Tlie opening of the caitle market found buyers-bidding in line with Thursday's closing prices, the trading being brisk and active, in butcher classes choice steers sold around 11.00 to 11.60: choke cowl and hellers 8.76 to 9.50, and good heavy feeder steers 8.15 to 9.25. The sheep and laub market waa un- changed, good lambs 11.00 to 12.00. and sheep 7.00. The market for hogs was steady. Selects 21.00. Montreal Mock Market MONTREAL, local stock exchange was fairly active at Its opening thla morning and several ore might were registered. Brorupton opened bigier than last nights, close at 77i and then Immedi- ately .rose to Doiilnkra Steel al- so gained point brer yesterday, opening at-57 this morning. Spanish River went up to HIV while Breweries and Ahltiil irere' both steady at and respectively. Brazilian remained umchingccl at 37. Other Issues were Qhlet but firm, Chkago Wheat CHICAGO, Sept. adTanc- ed sharply In prices today largely ae a result of gossip that export buslcets had been liberal .and that domestic milling 'demand continued active. There were signs also that the general disposition- of farmers iras to main- lain a holding policy. The market showed no eildence of selling pres- sure. Opening prices, which Taried from unchanged figures to 2Uc higher with December 338 to and-March 233ii, were followed by a general rise that in some'cases went six anil a hnlt cents above yesterday's close. Oats were dull but firm, opening Uo to ?Jc higher, December 63% to nerves aro as 'steady a's a clock and I sleep good and sound all night long I never hare a sign of a headache and have regained niy. strength an_ Dear. A. A. Carroll and W. J. Jefferj J. Power, H. Pkkelt B.. Robertson and M. W. McCormlck. Angus McKinnon, R. J. 'Moore and J A. Regan. British Wood ward of the Victoria Trades and Lab or council of the congress. The executive will select tho pro vtnclal executive for Prince Island and tho New Bniumvk-k. Al bcrla, and Nova Scotia federation select their own executive. J. G. Foster of Montreal was elecl ed fraternal delegate to the Brills] Trades Union Congress. J. W. Wllkin son, Vancouver, was among Ihos nominated, but withdrew. Drug Clerk Must Have License A resolution was passed that pres sure be exerted upon the federal am provincial governments by the Trade: and Labor Congress of Canada I have a law enacted or enforced if i already exists, prohibiting any dru? gist's clerk from filling any doctor' prescription unless he holds a llcens showing that he Is fully qualified 1 fill prescriptions. Two resolutions 'Presented hy Toronto and Montreal locals of th International Association of Fir Fighters regarding the two pla'tooi system were substituted by one from the committee endorse the doubi platoon for firemen and endeavor t have it made Dominion-wide with a 12-honr day and a 72-hour week am in no case have a man on duty for a longer, period than 12 conseculm hours except when changing shifts This was unanimously adopted. MTAIH0W LONDON VIVAUDOU MONTREAL NEW YORK Urns talc after ynur momifls It will relieve that iensatien by the stroke of the razor. Mavis tele soothing. It It widely popular. Delightful to use, mort men'con- It refreehing essenUil, Buy a can taday and be convinced' of Us unusual qualities, At all good druggists and toilet counters. I r r Q s i s t ibio! That k Explanation Offered in Connection With Man Ar- rested at Hamilton HAMILTON, Sept. Ot being the author of tho warning postcard In connection -with the New York bomb disaster, Edward p. PUch er, of New York, was arrested here this morning charged with insanity On information laid by his brother-in-law Robert A. Pope, of New York. The police say Mr. Pope Informed them that the prisoner predicted the New York catastrophe and sent warn ings to Wall Street friends. Pope says his relative had been in a pecul- iar mental condition for some time and lie believes that tho Information as (o Ihe approaching dlsasler ,wa received by mental telepathy. Flecher's arrest quickly followed tho unfolding of Pope's story to be fluty Chief Coulter In police court this morning, Pope absolutely Insists that Fischer has been in Canada during the past two weeks. Tho lunacy commission adjudged Mscher a fit subject for the nsylum and ho will be taken there this after- noon. KILLED WHILE TRYING TO ESCAPE FROM CUSTODY REQINA, Sept. 17. While making hit escape from custody Fred Tromper, a rancher in the Prince Albert district who was on a chafge of cattle iteallrtg, shot and killed by W. E. Reid of Beaver River, Reid surrendered himself 1ft tho provin- cial police and Is being held until after the Inquest which will ha held Monday night. TWINS At CARDSTON AND HILLSPSING (Special to CARDSTON, Sept. 17__The aterk has been busy around Card- ston thla week, leaving a son to Mr. and fiylveiter Low, twin ions to Mr. and Mrs. Vern Shaw, twin to Mrs. of Hlllsprlng and o son to Mr. and Mra. Orcc-n Premium Rate On Hail Insurance is Not To Be Changed CALGARY. Sept. premium rate on hail Insurance for the ensuing year will remain at 6 per cent tho same as the last 12 months, it was de- cided at the .regular meeting of the provincial hail board vhiih for two days his oeen meeting In ihe Canada Life building. This will mean 3( cents an acre where the crop is In- sured for per acre, 4S cents where the crop Js insured at fS per acre and 60 cents where the Insurance Is the maximum amount of per acre. This year more than two million acres were insured. This year tho maximum was raised to per acre and more than 80 per cent, of In- surance was written at the masimum amount. Tho total Insurance carried was more than an Increase of more than CO per cent. The total awards were about 000 as compared with last year. PAGE FIVE SHE WINDSOR. Ont., Sept. tary Gray of the International Sea men's Union has wired to the striking seamen that ho has accepted a gen- eral' increase all around ot per month and advised the men to return to their boats. A vote taken here to MOTHE Watch yonr children's skins. soon you fece tho slightest trace of a rash or sore, apply This antiseptic balm irlll protect the tore place from Infection, pro- vent it .from spreading and healing Booa folloirs. Careful, mothers always keep on hand for tholr chil- dren's pain so quleilr and prevents any possibil- ity or festering. .jBect for cuts, Burni, acalds; -bruises, ringworm, scalp sores, eczema and teething All dealers.SOc box. TO WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE Woman's Letter Tellj You How To The Crisis Safely. of Life 1 felt so weak and run' down I We live on a farm, so there is lota to do but many who felt as I did would have been in bed.' I took LydiaE. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and it did me a world of good. I tried other remedies but I put Vegetable Compound ahead of them all, and I tell every one I know ho-ff much good it has done me Mrs. DUNCAH BKOWN, Uscelles, Prov. Quebec. Such warning symptoms as sense of suffocation, hot flushes, headaches backaches, dread of impending evil timidity, sounds in the ear, palpitation of the heart, sparks before the eyes irregularities, constipation, variable ap- petite, weakness nnd dizziness should be heeded by middle-aged women, and let Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound curry them safely tinmen this cneis as it did Mrs. Brown. Yon are inyilfd to write for free advice No other mejjcmu has been no suc- cessful in relieving woman's as has Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegctabl! Compound. Women may receive free and helpful advice by writing the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn Mass. Oratige Go "cam, Perluaps jtou didn't realize tke delightful ice creams end dainties you can make economically with ST. CHARLES MILK Redpfl Book Free, THE BORDEN COMPANY LIMITED MONTREAL ffmiuiimimiiiiiutiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuv? day resulted about fifty-fifty Iu favor of reluming, but half of the men question tho action of SecrtUiry Gray. The companies have agreed !o pay tho ncrease and to lake the men hack. Otherwise they will pay tbsui off aud hire new crews at tho advanced scale. The Huronic is due 111 today and it is threatened that if her crew refuses to quit work there may be a strike ot longshoremen on 'the nateitront ia sympathy. It is considered that the strike of the seamen will soon bo ended, iu view ot the action taken by their secretary. SNAKES AND SKUNKS IN SCHOOl DEXVJ7R, Sept. 13.-They go t( school under difficulties r.t Vernou Colo. TUe echoolh'jUEo was Infes'ti with skunks aud rattlesnakes. Tht suakes have beeu driven out but th! skunks are there strung. THE CENTRE OF THE IRRIGATION DISTRICT Will Demonstrate tho Possibilities of Irrigation at the 2nt Annua AND PUREBRED STOCK EXHIBIT FAIR GROUNDS, LETHBRIDGE For Premium List Apply to Secretury Coaldale Commercial Club And the Lethbridge Rotary Club will furnish tho FUN AND FROLIC for the occasion in a Grand lOTARY CARNIVAL FOR WHICH THE CLUB IS NOTED Baseball Tournament BOTH AFTERNOONS The MIDWAY Will Bo Bigger anil Busier Than Ever Dancing! Dancing! In the Monster Pavilion on both nights to THE BEST JAZZ MUSIC OBTAINABLE Monster Parade at 1 o'clock on Opening Day Good Band in Attendance Under Aiuplcw Coaldalo Commercial Club and Uthbrldge Rotary Club Cod Save ihs King Admission 50c; Public and High School Students 2Sc. Boys and Girls Under 12 Free, ;