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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER THE LETHBRID'GB DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS (Continued from From Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Sept. Receipts cattle, 85 'noes and 145 Trading wag leas avtlte oil the cattle tala Doming bidding was 'generally alow and wlib prospects ot decline bsfort the close, A (OTT early Hlet were completed it etwdy srlcea. Bidding oj) the eheep and lamb market was firm, good mutton slice; cbanclOE hands at tad good limbs Hoe market steady at for Chlcaio Llviiteck UAU3ARY, Sept. Receipts al ttse stock to noon today were 4P2 cattle, 6? ctlres, 53 215 liheep. prhe market was steady and uj to acoa uo choice eteerj offered. -Medtuma heifera were 'quoted si COWB at J7.25 to 17.75. The quality aq_d quantity of stockers tiiiritttniyrY imereu ww> lair i remained at yesterday's Medium 19.60 to Mrtty tt and M lli.24. 1 Nc hots were wld up to BOOB and the price offered for eeiectt 08 cars Winning Grain Mirket HlfKO, Sept. first time thli wuoo wheat receipts went prer :carj and nearly douWe the corresponding date ot 1919. The result of these heavy visible.In the market, causln; prices to wort lower. A sharp decline oc- curred the close, October wheat He.lower, November 3 Me lower; and December 6 3-4c lower; oats lower for October, 1 3-4c down lor December and Jc lower for May; barley 1 He. down for October and io lower for December; rye 3 4c lower for October .and flax 3 l-2c lower for October, 2e down for November and lo lower "for '.December. Cash wheat broke JC for No. (.northern and cash oats 2c barley 2 He 3 l-2c. Quo tat Open. Close 264ft 2E6 258 N'ovember Beeeniber October December 247 751: 258 240% May December October October 33Sii 71 Vi 109 190 November 334 SS5 334 330 December Cash Prices wj i BAT- NO. 1 Xo.-2 Nor..-.265 No. 3 Nor...261 -S'o. 4 Ho. 0 Track, Manitoba ..............J62 Track, Saskatchewan..........261 Track, Alberta.................260 OATS- NO. 2 C.W.., 77 No! 3 C.W... 74 Extra No. X feed ..............74 No. 1 feed.. 73 .-.No. 2 69 Track 75 x No. SO.W...W NO, 4 C.W... 106 Rejected 99 Feed 57 Track .112 No. 1 N. W. C. 337 No. 2 C.W.. .329 No. 3 C.W.. .300 Condemned 290 Track 333 RYK- No. 2 C, W. Montreal Stocks MONTHBAU Sept. Trading on the loci] Block exchange was again very brisk at its opening this morn- ing and several overnight gains were registered. Breweries rose point to 67K and Sugar made a gain of to 14SH. 'Bratillaq gagged to 37 after Other issues wore quiet. Chicago Grain Market CHICAGO, Sept. Downward swings In Iho value of all c-nmModlUen continued today 'as, n result of floe weather to rlpeu corn. BcEides, rec- eipts of .old corn hero were of largo volume. Wheat opened fairly Etcady are lujured following a running gun fight with five bandits who raldo4 tbe Hed Deer Lumber camp, at Barrows, Man., Sunday and rubbed the work- meu in broad daylight. Harrows, the tceno of the roblerj'. is oa the ehoro of the Red lake only a few tulles from Saskatche- wan boundary. The highwaymen, ac- cording to a wire to provincial police offices here. into wan. Constable Ires ot the Saskat- chewan' pdlica immediately organized Iho posse from among civilians aud chase. They met the robbers a short distance outside of Roscoe and exchanged shots. The extent o( tbe injuries nf the wounded men Is not yet known. Prince Albert Bandits PRINCH ALUKltT, Sent. is no news bc-ra to the clfect that there has been casualties among the provincial police in [he guu bailie with bandits near Uoscoe and the Vo- port sent frcu: I'.egliu to this eU is discredited here. The posses uov; have .Iho bandits rounded up nve miles west of Jtoseoe close to the Canadian National tracks, three of the on one nde ot the track and two on the other sur- rounded by police and armed civilians. Tbolr escape seems Impossible, but there may be somo sharp lighting. 1 Tbe bandits raided a poker game In a shack at Barrows Sunday morning at escaping with- f which they took from the players. Tiic-y were all masked and armed. One of the liesdits has been wounded by Hie posse. fel Control In Canada Is Likely v A E1G FU3 OUTPUT EDMONTON, Sept. 21 .other halt million dollars has been added to tbe 1920 fur pack shipped out of Kdiaontoc, Ftp- resenting the season's opera- tions ot Kevillon Frerea company.' The entire output from that company's territory in the 1'ea.r-e River country and Drlllsb Columbia has now been received, re-packed and grad- ed, and shipped to New York. OTTAWA, Sept. 81.- a conference with representatives of various provinces throughout the Dominion, it is quite probable that the next few days will see the restoration of the fuel control syeUsm which wss in vogue during the critical period ot the Under this -system each province had its own whose duly It was to see that a fair distribution of the available supply of was made, belweeu the municipalities The imiui-j cipalitleg in turn bad a commissioner i to see that a fair distribution made tc consumers. TMs system] worked very successfully. TUo railway board, ur.ler whose jurisdiction the fuel control is plac- ed, has. not definitely decided to re. to Die store tie regulations as yet. hut will RAYMOND. Sept. school the today or to-1 fair opened, this morning and is a sue- ,......_.._-.., ress moal 8ailpu1n8 eipec. latlons. Up till 10 o'clock entries were still being received, anil had passed the mark. Children are coining in from all directions, bringing the! exhibits by motor car, buggy and saddle horse. Magrath and Stirling are well represented, while tbe Foch Entries At The School Fair .Meanwhile every available source of Information .on coal supply is being :arefully watched. 1- K ir> V opened He lower to %c higher, with December 239 to and March 231% to' 235 were followed by. a decided sot- hack all around. Oats followed corn, opening a shade, to %c lower anil Bubsequently becom- ing weaker. Sterling Exchange NBW YORK, Sept. ex- change heavy, demand cables Canadian dollars 101-10 per NBW YORK, Sept. silver, domestic 9954; foreign 94i4. 1 HAY MARKET (Prices turalaned by 'Farm ProdutU Ltd.) No. 1 Timothy.............. 13300 No. 1 Mixed Timothy and Al- falfa............. 3000 No. I Alfalfa f.o.b. cars Letbbridge .or "Lightning struck.- this house six years said an" Omafta man, "and it never strike's twice' in the same place." An instant later .a bolt-tore a hole In the anybody. TORONTO, Sept. to Sir Adam Deck bslng out of yes- terday, the government did not come the the see English River pulp limits, which town of Kenora Is anxious lo granted to the applicant In order tbat the promised big pulp and paper in- dustry may be established In Kenora. wishes to hear from Sir Adam before making the decision. The Ontario hydro-electric power commission, of which Sir Adam Beck is chairman, is at present making a survey of the whole district around tbe Lake of the Woods at the request of the govern- ment. There are many thousand horse power ivlthin the pulp limit area, WINNIPEG CAN APPEAL STREET CAP. FARE RAISE WINNIPEG, Sept. Justice Perdue today (granted the city of Winnipeg the right to ap- peal against the public utilities commission's order raising street car fares. The appeal will be con- fined to arguments against the jurisdiction of the commission. No argument as to Its constitu- tionality will be allowed. SOME ARE SCARED AND RUN AWAY CORPUS CMRISTI, Texas, Sept. i sch00' dlstricls ln tue MenaorJle set- a warning that a baYO a aumber of ng gulf storm is approaching, a num- ber of transients left hire ihls morning. The majority of the hcvvever, intend to remain but are preparing to move lo higher ground -In case o[ neces- sity. A tropical storm last year Etruc't< the mainland at Corpus killing several hundred persons and doino great property damage. entries The'eihibits are being shown in the public school auditorium while the speaking vlll take place In the opera jousp. The judges are Mr. McCoiikey and Miss Jacksou of Claresholm. CHICAGO MAYOR ENTERS SUIT FOR CHICAGO. Sept. 13. Mayor William Hale Thompson of Chi- cago has brought suit on behalf of the city of Chicago against the Chicago Tribune and the Chi- cago Dally News for each, charging articles published regarding the cityTs alleged ''bank- have Injured credit. The writs filed in circuit court allege the articles have caused the "city "great damage; have re- sulted In injury to .the bands is- sued by the city and have affected the credit of the city so that It is compelled to pay much higher prices for supplies and materials than it otherwise would." BETTING FAVORS HARDING NEW YORK, -Sept. PICTURE COMPANY CARRIES ON ACTRESS' LIFE NEW YORK, Sept. life of Olive Thomas, the motion pic- ture star, who died In Paris from mercurial poisoning, was Insured by the Film Company for whom she acted for It was re- vealed today. Under the long-term contract with the popular actress, the cor- poration expended-large sums of money in advance for elaborate picture productions, and to protect the outlay, took out four policies, one of which was written by the New York Life Insurance Company. The policies were said to cover every possible contingency, In- cluding acciden., suicide or death from-.natural causes. An official of the New York Life Is said to have cabled for full particulars respccllrig Miss fhomas' death. Tell Inquiry Commission At Vancouver They Not Want it Changed HAMONIO CREW QOE5 ON STRIKE ARMY AND NAVY VETS PROTEST RALLY FOR SELF- DETERMINATION LEAGUE TORONTO, Sept. protest'has been sent to the hoard of control by Since the MaliuS-1 relictions, army and navy veterans 'of this Harding, Republican prcslden- city against the proposed rally of tlie Hal candidate, has become Self-Determination League for Ireland very nur.h "12 favorite in bet- in Canada here In October. The army ting., There Is Httl6 Demo- and navy veterans claim that the pro- cratic money to be placed at ft posed demonstration is intended for odds of less than 4 to 1 and j propaganda purposes, with the de- VAJfOOUVHH, Sept. Can- aiitan Hero', of ley U.O.. representing the Fraser Valley Milk Producers' Asso- ciation at this raprnliig's session of the federal tariff board said that the association controlled .more than ninety per cent, of the- milk produced in the vniley. Referring tp "ihe high value of farm land in llritisii Colum- bia as compared with the rest of Can- ada particularly with regard to mixed farming, Mr. Herry .tinted that the chief market for their oroducls waa Vancouver, wfijch absorbed forty per csrit., the balance going lo creameries and concic-unc-ra in the valiey. He thought any change in the tariff ifU would handicap the condensers would have a similar elfecl on the far- mers. "The farmers." said Mr. Berry, o[ politics regard the pres- ent protection afforded as necessary In the continuance of our. business." Asked by Chairman Sir Henry Oray- ton as to tho price ol milk, Mr. Berry said that outside of Ottawa Vancouver had the lowest price in Canada, and the dairy farmer was, Interested in the< tariff in order to get good prices for !iis butter, cheese and other pro- ducts. J. J. Plommer ot the Clayburn Brick company asked for adequate protec- tion for.lhe firebrick industry, Ho said that the., home, market should be pro- tected as British Columbia manufac- turers bave to sell their products in competition with American plants on the Pacific coast, American firebrick is admitted into Opimda while on the Canadian product entering the .United States there Is a customs tariff of per cent. If the industry were proper- ly protected, ?iir, Plommer maintained that Canadian plants would ho In a position to replace tho American pro duct, which is largely Bold in Canada, II. A. Stone, Epiiakipg on behalf ol the wholesale drygoods section of Ihe board of trade, said .that without protection the drygoods industry gl the country could not oiist. HR hoped that any re-arrangcmcnt of tjie would he such as to attract Canadian capital lo British Columbia In HID do velopment of its natural resources. Mr. -Stone was ot the opinion thai the present not tip time to make anv changes In tho country's larif; policy. The commission adjourned to sil again in this city Friday morning. A1 this Kosslan tho lumbermen and box manufacturers be- heard. PORT ARTHUR, Sept. crew of the passenger liner Ha- monlc last night joined the gen- eral strike of Lake teamen. Our. Ing the night local strikers visit- ed the ship snd induced the men to quit. Officials of the boat, however, state that several of have returned, declaring that they will go aSjard when the boat Is ready to sail. Another beat at anchor in the bay was also visited hy a commit- tee of strikers and the crew in- duced to join ths strike. Canada's Place n Ae League As Cox Sees It few Republicans were' to concede better than 3 to 1. i ft ff ff ff struction of British Ideals of liberty, good citizenship and good government as the aid and end of the Irish, propa- SAN DIECO, Cal., Sept. Can- acla has a dispute, she cannot sit and only ooo vote would be accorded Ene aad and her Governor Cox. presidential candidate, (le- yesterday in the course of e campaign speech in which he to explain to his audience bow Senatoi litchcock's leafuo reservation met he objection? pf those who declare he British Kinplre would have six Totes to ths United Slates' one, In the ;ague of Nations. The governor reiterated that ht would present Ireland's cause to tbe eaguo, adding that he would answe: any questions on the Irish or other subjects. "That Is why I'm here and not oa my front he said. DESCHANELSTATES CONDITION OF DEATH CAUSES RETIREMENT PARIS, Sept. resigna- tion of Paul Deschanel as presi- dent of France, which he handed to Premier Mlllerand at Ram- boulllet last week, was read Sim- ultaneausly In the scnute and chamber of deputies when those bodies reconvened today. "My stale wrote M. Deschanel, In his letter, "no tr permits me to assume tho high functions with which you Invest- ed me on the occasion of the ces- sation of the national assembly on January 10 last." DYNAMITE BOMB EXPLODES IN SUBURB OF MADRID MADRID, Sept. dynamite bomb exploded yesterday. In front o tho Friends' club, in Talavera, a sub urb of this city, doing enormous dam age but Inflicting no casualties. On arrest has been made as a result o tho outrage. m 1 f C 0 A L Purebred Stock FAIR Carnival THURSDAY MSEBSli TOfflWUMT BOTH AFTERNOONS Dancing in the Evening MONSTER 1 O'CLOCK TOMORROW if utiied miu Served on the Grounds GOOD BAND IN ATTENDANCE ADMISSION-General, 50c; Public and High School Students, 25c; Boys and Girls Under 12, Free ;