Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, SKPTEMBRK IS, 1920 THE LBTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MARKET REPORTS HAY MARKET (Prices furnished Ly Farm Products Ltd.) No. 1 Timothy.............. J33.00 ISO. 1 Jltxed Timothy and Al- falfa 30.00 No. 1 Alfalfa 37.00 f.o.b. cars Lethbrldge or Winnipeg Grain Market WINNIPEG, Sept. excellent demand continues for the best milling fei-ades o! wheat In store. The demand for future positions for cash is not so urgent and with a flood of offerings the trade generally Is look- ing for the future positions to come closer to the October. Futures opened strong today hut later there was a general weakness in sympathy with Chicago and Min- neapolis and r-rices broke three cents fur October, 1 3-4 cents for Novemher fcnd 2 3-4. cents for December from the high marks of the morning and showed little strength at the close. There u (air demand for cash oats. There was a good Demand lor barley and the excellent-demand for rye continued. x Wheat closed 2 cents lower for October, 2 1-i cents lower for Novem- ber and 2 1-8 cents lower for Becem- IF WANT PROVlMAL TRADE IN INTOXICAT- LIQUORS Inserted by Alberta Mod- eration League. her; oats dosed lower for Oc- tober unii December and 3-4c lower for May; barley closed 1 7-S cents lower for October and. 1 1-4 cents lower for December; flax closed 5 cents lower for October. November 2 1-4 cents lower and S cents lower for Decem- ber; ryo closed 1 1-2 cents lower for October. Quotations: Wheat- October November December October December Msy........ October December October Open. 270 26Ui 219 63% 73TS 113 November...... 33S. Close. 207 200 76 C8Ts 73 H 113 10354 340 33 S 331 ed at S3 and rose to Browe'rles rose from 6! to G5 and Spanish' River from 119 lo 120. Wayagamack opened at 141, one polat blgber thai! last night's close. Bar Sliver YORK, Sept. silver, domestic 99fe; foreign December.....'___: Cash Prices WHEAT- NO. 1 Nor...279 No. 2 N'or...27C No. J Nor...272 -No. 4 Nor...257 No. 5 ..................'......217 Track, -Manitoba___...........273 Track, Saskatchewan .........272 Track, Alberta OATS- NO. 2 C.W.. SO No. 3 C.W... 77 Br. No. 1 75 No. 1 feed.. 70 No. 2 feed.. 72 Track.......................IS No. 3 C.W...US No. 4 C.W... 109 Rejected ................-....102 Feed ....................----100 Track No. 1 N.W.C.................342 No. 2 C.W...335 3 C.W...305 Condemned Track........................340 RYE- NO. 2 c.w. Winnipeg Livestock Sept. today were 027 catlle, 16 hogs and 7Q sheep. Today's market was, extremely nulet, prices holding steady in line.with yesterday's close. Good butcher sieers 11.00 tp 11.50. The market for stocker and feeder stuff (lull, good quality feeder steers 8.25 to 9.25. Sheep and lamb market unchanged; best lambs 11.00 to. 12.00. The hog market was steady at 21.00 for selects. Chicago Grain Market i CHICAGO, Sept, started j firm today owing to buying by casb, houses, presumably on seaboard ord- I ers. The advance -was not maintain- ed, however, due to selling by local traders on the weakness in corn. Af- ter opening unchanged to Ic higher with December to 243 and March 235, the market became weak and prices declined below yesterday's Onish. Oats showed a stubborn -resistance to selling pressure -at -the opening and prices held within a' relatively narrow range. 'First quotations which were unchanged to higher with December 63% to latter became weak and most of'the early gain 'was lost. New York Stoeku NEW- YORK, Sept. P. R. 122; U. S. Steel U. S. Steel preferred j Montreal Stocks MONTHBAL, Sopt. block market showed unusual activity this Premier Foster Issues Appeal New Brunswick Government Leader Places Case Be- fore the People ST. JOHN, Sept. mani- festo by Hon. K. Foster, premier of New 'Brunswick, issued today, deal- with the record and policy ol the government In light of the coming general elections. In the manifesto the government promises, when returned to power, to give the greatest possible assistance to agriculture, to vigorously support Itydro-cleclric development; to con- tluuo.the policy o( Improving all the roads of the province with fair play to everybody no matter where they Hire; further encouragement tt? com- mon, vocational and agricultural schools; lo conserve timber resources and encourage development of mining areas. Regarding labor laws the manifesto promises "lo provide such labor legis- lation within provincial jurisdiction as may be -called for by tiie findings of the national industrial conference and the international labor confer- ence." Tho government will "inquire into the best inducing immi- gration to the 'province and to make such arrangements with the other maritime provinces as will bo con- ducive to this." The premier, If returned to promises lo enforce the prohibition Act Is of the substantial major- ity given in the last plebiscite ant] continues "While the vote ot tbe electorate has been so strongly in favor of the present act, the government assumes that the result Is Jiot .to.be'consiruecl as an opposition .to changes which may be deemed advisable.to make tho act more effective.. More direct-gov- ernment control importation and distribution for sacramental, raed icinal and industrial purposes, seems advisable and it is our intention to organize at tho earliest opportunitj a commission which will have ful charge of such Importation and dls trihution within the I morning and the tendency was decid- j Urompton, which open- ed at points. Ahitibit open- THE FACTORIES ACT MEETINGS Of the- ADVISORY COMMITTEE recently appointed, im.ler the Fac- tories Act will bo held at MEDICINE HAT, Sept. and 23 CALGARY, October and 8 EDMONTON, Oct and to Investigate and determine the amount 'that shall be paid as a minimum wago to any person under tho ago of 13 years, and to any female person employed In any premises governed by the act, ond number ot hours per day per week, and also to determine what number or proportion of tho employees In any such premises may be apprentices. All meetings will be public. All persons Interested are Invited to ho present, and glva any facts bearing on tbo subject. MARGARET LEWIS, Secretary. A MEETING will be held In the Labor Hall, Domin'Kn Block, on THURSDAY, SEPT, 23, for all those interested in appearing bsfote the Commission In Lethbridge. No Intention of Arming Ulster Volunteers NEW YORK, Sept. ad ministralive measures Cor Ulster, pro posed by the British government, d not contemplate the arming of th Tllster Volunteers, as recently renor ed in some quarters, it is declare in an official communication receive today from London by. the British lib- rary of'Information in. this city.. It was recently announced in Lon don-dispatches that the governmeri intended to appoint an assistant ui der-sccreiary for the counties Ulster. This, says yesterday's offl cial communication, is "tor brlngin into operation provisions of tjie bill and it is added that such 'provision are applicable to Southern Ireland, that section-should accept, them. Ncr explanation of these state ments, which are somewhat obscure themselves, was'obtainabl locally. There have been recent un official reports, however, that a sei arato administration for Ulster wa to be set up and. willi reference I tho 'bill" mentioned, it may be note that tho government of Ireland bil or home rule measure, still peadin in parliament, provides for tbe ae arate administration of the UlBte counties with the stipulation tha single administration may be set u by the Irish people ns a whole if hot sections unite in deciding upou sue action. SIR GEO. FOSrliT SPEAKS !N N.'S. BYE-ELECTIOrs TRURO, N.S., Sir Cieorg Foster, minister of trade and cor merce, addressed a meeting here'las night In the interests, of Hon. y. McCurdsy minister of public work who is seeking re-election in Co Chester county. l Sir- Ocorge took up trie difteren difficult problems that confront Cai ada and showed how Important it wn that a stable and able goverumcn should bo maintained and snpporlc by all (ho people. Addressing tho audience, lion. II Curdy declared hla opponents. wci_ not discussing political Issues in their canv.18 of tlio constituency hut sought lo gain prestige uy unfair means. Old Country Football Scores LONDON, Sept. foot- ball games played here this afternoon resulted as follows: First Division Bradford C. 0: Huddersfield T. 2. Chelsea 1; U. 2. Everton 3; Derby Couuty 1. .Manchester C. 3; Arsenal 1. -Mlddlesborough 0; Burn ley 0. Oldham A- 0; Liverpool 0. Preston X. EL 3; Newcastle U. Sheffield U. 2; liradford 0. Suoderland 2; Blackburn R. 0. AsUm Villa 2. West BromwicU A. 2; Bolton W. 1. Second Division Barnsley i; South Shields 1. Birmingham 1; Cardiff C. 1. Bristol City 2; Hull City 1. Bury 3; Wolverhampton 1. Clapton 0. 5; Stockport C. S. Coventry C. 0; Blackpool 2. Lteds U. 3; Leicester C. 1. Notts' College 2; Nottingham 0. Rotherham C.'l; Portvale 1. Sloko 0; Sheffield Wednesday 1. Westbam 2; Kulham 0. Third Division Brighton and IT. 4; Brentford 0. Crystal Palaco'l; Norwich C. 0. Urimsby Town-3; Bristol Rovers 1. Merthyr' 6; Gilllngham 1. Milrwall A. 2; Exeter C. 0. Newport C.'fl; Plymouth A. 0. Portsmouth 0; Southampton 1. Reading 0; Queens Park K. 0. Swansea 1; Cuton i. Sulndon 3; Southend U. 0. Watford 7; Northampton 1. Scottish League GLASGOW, Sept. (Canadian Associated Glasgow cup games played here today resulted as ollowa: Celtic 2; Rangers 1. Clyde 1; Partick 0. Scottish League Albion Rovers 3; Falkirk 0. Ayr United 0; Hearts 0. Cl'ydebank 1; Alrdrle 2. Dundee- 2; Third Lanark 1. Hamilton A. 3; St. Mirren 0. Hibernians 2; Dumbarton 0. Morton 6; Aberdeen 1. Queens Park 0; Motberwell 6. liaitb Hovers 2; Kilmarnock 0. TORONTO WATCHFUL TORONTO, Sept. lowing the New York tomb outrage the Toronto civic au- thorities have- placed special guards on municipal property Ciid have lustructed tbo polic6 to closely inspect vehicles sus- peeled of carrying FREIGHT RATES FORCE UP TORONTO PRICES FOR LUMBER TORONTO, Sept. a re- sult of the new freight rates, lum- ber prices have advanced In this city. According to a local lumber dealer the new rate on lumber will be per hundred pounds of atl grades. This will mean an Increase of from to per thousand feet board measure In all grades of lumber. GAVE FKIENDS SUUPRISE! rKrwn o-jr Own 31AGKATH, Sept. popular couple Magrath'u young planned to surprise their many frieuds by beiug quietly married aad hurry away on their honeymoon without aiiyouu knowing. However, the Jjli- porlaut news leaked out ami a crowd of friends arrived on the scene just as the knot was tied. Tho ha'ppy couple are Mr. J. O. Bridge anil Miss Laura Kirie. They were married on Monday night at the homo of the groom's sister, Mrs. Fletcher. The ceremony was performed by Bishop Harker. It wris a genuine surprise aU round. Mr. and Mrs. liridge left by motor for Lethbridge, a5 soon as their frieads would let them go. They left on the early train for Calgary and Banff. Mr. and Mrs. Bridge will maie their home in Ma- grath. Al> joir. In wishing them a long and successfcj life. PAGE FIVI? TOOTHtt "STOPS' When "ABSORBINE JR." Is j. Placed in the Cavity. The same reliable home liniment .that ta'cea the science and stiffness out of sprained, strained arms and reduces spellings and soft, iafiameu hunches oa any part of the give quick relief in Tooth- ache, Headache, Neuralgia and sharp attacks of Rheumatism and Suatica. For Toothache, saturate a little cotton whh "ABSORBINE JR." and place in the "ABSORBINE JR." on gums acd It is a vegetable germicide that is safe. For Headache, Neuralgia and other pain and inSammatiorii rub th? affected parts with a few drops ol JR." a most dniggud or yent postpaid by W. F. YOUNG, L-ym3R Buildicg, McctreaL PENNSYLVANIA MINERS' REFUSE TO OBEY ORDERS HAZELTON, Pa., Sept. though resumption of operations In the anthracite coal region had been expected on Monday as a result of" trie telegram received from Secretary of Labor Wilson by the policy committee the United Mine Workers promising to consider the claims of the min- ers. If thsy returned to work, In- dication's today were. that some of the local unions would refuse to obey the proclamation to re- turn. "FREEZONE" Lift Off Corns f' No Pain I Doesn't hurt a tit! Drop a. llttlo "FreeEOns" on an aching com. Instant- ly that corn stops hurting, then short- ly you lift it right off- -with fingcra Truly! Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of "Freefone" for a few cents, sufficient to remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and the cal- luses, without soreness IT irritation, SEPARATE SCHOOLS MAY'HAVE TO'CLOSE TOIIO.VTO, Sept. deputation of the Ottawa separate school hoard told Premier Drnry find Hon. If. H. Grant yesterday that if some scheme Is not devised to finance tho separate schools in that city they may have to close because of lack of funds to pay tho teachers ami buy 'coal. The lack of funds Is a result o! the Injunction developing out of tho court proceeding over liie observance of regulation 17 regarding Ihe leaching French ID bilingual schools. Tho Hlne Mountain Gas-Oil with Ciipi.lal fif has been formed for the purpose of mining in tho Col- lingwood district. Ten-year-oU Chris piob- ably started but triey all came down one after the other. A neighbor told Ma about ftlenmolatum More Tobacco for the Money e THE CENTRE OF THE IRRIGATION DISTRICT Will Demonstrate the Possibilities of Irrigation at the 2nd Annual AND PUREBRED STOCK EXHIBIT] TO BE HELD AT THE For Premium List Apply to Secretary Coaldale Commercial Cluh She got a Jar 'and every- body's nostrils were rukbed with gently healing. Men- tHoiatum outside and inside. They all breathed freely again l'l gooj for chapped and cracked healinf, antiseptic, gentle. MenlbblttuBi Is ___ i I5c, "Tht Lilllc Nuncfor Llttlt Illi" And the LcthbrWge Rotary Club will furnish the FUN AND FROLIC for the occasion In. a Grand ROTARY CA FOR WHICH THE CLUB IS NOTED Baseball Tournament BOTH AFTERNOONS The MIDWAY Wilt Be Bigger and Busier Than Ever .Dancing! Dancing! In the Moneter Pavilion on both nights io THE BEST JAZZ MUSIC- OBTAINABLE Monster Parade at 1 o'Clock on Opening Day Good Band in Attendance LUNCHES AND REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED ON THE GROUNDS. COME AND BRING YOUR FAMILIES AND HAVE A GOOD TIME. SPECIAL PROVISIONS FOR THE AMUSEMENT OF'THE KIDDIES ,Under Autplc.es Coaldale Commercial Club and Lelhbrldge Rotary Club God Save the Admission 50c; Public and High School Students 25c, Boys and Girls Under 12 Free.