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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 192 THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD MARKET REPORTS Winnipeg Grain Market WJX-SIPKG, Sept. uuvrKel today was a narrower affair than that o! Wednesday. Apparently there were a few shorts left for small lots of high grade wheat and high as 4 cents premium was paid !or a limifed quiutily' of No. 1 northern. Seaboard of October No- vember was lljht. Too ot buaiaess was comparatively light aai the movement slower. The coatso grain market: are dull and feature- lees. October wheat closed 1-Sc lower, November 1 l-4u down December unchanged: otts 1 S-4c lower for Oc- tober, December 1 5-ta lower p.nd 5.8c lower; barley 1 l-2e lower for Oc- tober and Ic down for December; rye 7 l-4c lower for October; flax le lower October, 1 Me down for-Korea- tor to higher for December. __ Open. October 259H November 36334 December.......... P40T4 October 78K December May BARLBT-. October........... 108V: December......... 100 October 1S5 October........... 335 November December......... Caih Prices No.. I Nor...17014 Xo. 2 Nor.. -No. 3 Nor...36Jii No. 4 Nor.. C5H 69S 179 333 328'1 248 W choice females good heary; feeder steers JS to }S. I The sheep. and lamb market re-' malned unchanged, with, good choice i lambs selling from JU-50 to 513. The hog market opened with a! stronger tone, buyers bidding'J22 loi for selecls, an advance of 50 cents to a dollar over ihe close of yes- terday. Calgary Livestock CAl.GAltY, Sept. at ihe Etockyards today were, cattle 1011 calves 251, hogs 87 and sheep 884. The market was slow hut prices held firm. Butcher steers with bulk J9 to J9.50; heifers J7; COWB to stock- ers dreggy, aedium, to. good to Two hundred tad-two calves Bold at J10.85. Hogs advanced to off care. MontrMi MONTRKAIV Sept. activity which has been very prominent on the "for Hfcopiii Vwu darn iru not no apparent thii morn- In; and little trading triniactod during the first'iiour. A few fractional overnight chaogw ware regtitwed. Abitftl opened H higher Sugar also opened W hijher to Brompton lost So to .Breweries went i Spanish River decline of i It4 points overnight to .Chicago Grain Market CHICAGO, Sept. soiling1 of wheat took place today.and carried prices lower. Much of the selling ap-j pearod to ne based on oplnWhs that! i. lull In export business Wai fpreahad-{ owed. On the contrary, hOT.-eyer, for- eigners were-Bald, to be making new purchases. Opening which ranged from 3-4 to 3 cents lower, with DecemliBr 234 1-2 to 234 aba March 227 to 228 1-2, wero followed by si' slight 2G4W Track, Alberta "o. 3 CAT. Track ..._____ Olhor KMues not quoted. i Xo. 3 C.W...112K NO. 4 C.W...105Vi' Rejected Feed Track Ko. 1 N. TV. C. No. 2 .............333 No. 3 C.W...293 .........27S Condemned .......___ Track Not quoted. Winnipeg LivettocV WINNIPEG, Sept. cattle hogs, 200, and iheep 220. Opening of trade on the cattle mar- was slow and draggy and little improvement took place from the close of yesterday. Bidding on good qual- ity butchers was about steady with yesterday's'decline, but there TVM a shade weaker tone to the common and medium grade. Choice quality bnt- chcr steers made sales from to a rally. Oats followed com in-weakness, op- ening unchanged to higher, with December 59 7-8 to 60, and then re- acting to well below yesterday's'fin- Bar Silver NEW YORK, Sept, silver, domesllc foreign 94. Sterling' Exchange NEW YORK. Sept. exchange strong, demand cables Canadian dollars 9 15-16 per cent, discount. N.Y. Stocka NEW YORK, Sept. 23.-Clc.slng P. R. 12054; U. S. Steel U. S. Steel preferred HAY MAIUvET (Prices famished by Farm Products Ltd.) No. 1 Timothy.............. No. 1 Mixed Timothy and Al- falfa 30.00 No. 1 Alfalfa' 27.00 (Prlcea tab... Lethbridge ,-or A suggestion by a member-of the Silk Association of- America, that yards be dirWed Into tenths Instead of eighths..IB MM. to favor Whisky Runners On Jl D. Border VjD Have Harder Time Sheriffs and Prohibition En- forcement Agents Plan a Campaign to Slop Smuggling FARGO, Sept, ment of a line of prohibition ment agents along the Canadian boun- d.-.ry and a system of close communi- cation between the United States and the Dominion is eipected to follow'.a meeting of prohibition agents, sheriffs anu prosecuting attorneys froni sev- eral North Dakota and Minnesota counties held loday at Grand Forks. A list of 40 automobiles known to be in tho hands ot professional whiskey runners now in Canada or near the border, for the purpose of bringing llrjupr back Into the Unite'l States. before the conference, Tfcrgo officials declared. Perry C. Darby, Fargo officer, stal- ed that Royal Canadian Mounted Po- lice officials and prohibition officers of the Dpmiulon, were present at conference and declared that more rigorous action would bo taken from now on to enforce the liquor law un- der the provisions of tho Canadian temperance regulations.. Tiie officers are said to have declared that agents have tho right to shoot at cars refus- ing to obey the command to 'stop. Stopping Races For Air Flight PAGE FIVE OTTAWA, Sept. complete list of the emer-. gcncy stopping places for the propos-' ed trans-Canada flight, which Incident- ally discloses the actual route to be taken, was announced by the, Canadian Air Board officials today. Altogether the flight will cover miles and if started next Monday as anticipated, will Ira completed in about forty hours. The routo is by way of Halifax, Federicton, FraEervllle, Quebec, Mont- real, North Bay, Sault Sle Mario, Port Arthur, Kenora, Victoria Beach, Sel- kirk. Winnipeg, Portage La. Prairie, Brandon, Virden, Orenfell, Regina, Moose Swift Current, Medicine Hat, Baseano, Calgary, Morley. Gold- en, Itevelsloke, Vernon, Merrill, Agassiz and Vancouver. TURKISH LEGATION AT WORD ROME, Sept. om'ials .replying t6 reports from Constanti- nople declare that no 'communication has been received'from the Ottoman government with reference to tlio establishment of a Turkish legation SIX, DIVORCES GRANTED IN WINNIPEG COURT IN ONE SESSION. WINNIPEG, Sept. divorce cases were heard today by Mr. Justice Currau, aad sit decrees were granicl. Decis- iona were, uot rendered in the remaining two aui'licatioas: FAIR GROUNDS AFeatureoftheBigFair And Carnival The floor ha6 been-put in good GOOD ORCHESTRA GOOD TIME Admission to Banco PIooi GENTLEMEN-41. Local Doctor Is New Hea Afterta Medicos Dr, "Giilbraifh Honored at the Annual Session Now IJeing Reid in Capital Saul. president ot the AlberU Jledical 'As- sociation will be S. Calbraltb, Lethbrldg'e. Dr. P. Mewburu, .Cal- gary, .was chosen honorary president for the ensuing year. Other'officers elected today were: Dr. n. B.' Wells, HE PUS lid New York PolTee Still Look For Explosion Horse Clue NEW YORK, Sept. In- vestigators are seeking to solve tbc mystery of the Wai! Street ex- plosion a week ago. police, headquar- ters a package containing dynamite had been found todav on the- platform o! the Reed Avenue elevated station IE Brooklyn. The bureau of combustibles at pol- ice headquarters announces that the dynamite package was a bomb with fuse .attached anil burning wheu a patrolman" fouod It anil ''put it out." found Iu Wall Street near the horse attached to the death wagon had been identified as one Issued by the health department In. 1918 !o tho Freed Ico Cream company o! Brooklyn certify- ing-that tho horse, was not afflicted with glanders. Detectives left immed- iately to quesllon company officials as to whether the horse had been sold wilhin the last two years. COUPLE GF CARS ON IMPERIAL LIMITED JUMPED TRACK OTTAWA. Sept. one was In- jured when (he baggage, and eipress cars of the Imperial Limited train the Canadian Pacific Railway wesl- bound from Slontrsal, ioft ihe rails shorlly after midnight last night at Alfred, Out. The passenger coaches fitaveO on the rails. An investigation by railway officials into Ihe cause of tha accident is 'pro- ceeding today at it Is stat- ed that the passenger train collided head-on with a freight train which had over-run a sidins onto the mala track. The tialn was proceeding slowly at the time. MISREPRESENTING THE CASE FOR REFERENDUM LONDON, Sept. As- sociateu Times, refer- ring editorially lo the passing of a resolution in favor of Imperial trade preference by the chambers of com- merce congress at Toronto, says the case for preference Is much misran- COQUITLAM SUED FOR FIRE LOSSES' COQII1TLAM, B. C., Sept. a regular meeting of the city council here notice was received from solic- itors of Kobe'rl Wilson, and company and otter firms that they intend to claim damages froni'the city 'or losses incurred in the fire here on August 5th, which was caused, thoy allege, by tho negligence of the city, A mot- Ion condemning Fire Marshal J. A. Thomas' report because of alleged mis-statements therein and urging the author'siilismlBsal was agreed to. Prohibition agents simultaneously raided 60 saloons and restaurants in the New York theatrical district, con- fiscating about gallons of liquor valued at that it involves an attempt by'the dominions to dictate, (he fiscal policy of Great Britain, "That the article continues, been dis- proved again and srsiri by explicit denials from Dominion statesmen, Want Sliding Scale Clause Taken M Nova Scotia Miners Will Royal Commission Award If That is Done SPRINOHILL, N'.s., Sept. At mooting cf the Springhill local held last evening tho report of the Royal commission on miners' wages and the recommendations of the union live at Sydney were exhaustively dis- cussed. The attendance at the meet. Ins was thu biggest In the history o! the town. Two motions passed, call- ing lor ballots on Saturday, firet, to accept or reject the original report, and secondly, to accept or reject ths recommendations of tlie executive. J. n. McLachlan, secretary o( United Mine Workers, cnnounced yes- terday that the Nora Scotia miners were willing to accept the award or the Royal commission if a clause re- garding a sliding scale to- HB work ore were cut cut. who have shown. their only desire ia to recommend to the people of this country a policy which they hate found advantageous to British trade in general. The decision of the con- gress again supports that view." Edmonton, first vice-president; Dr.'J. B. Calgary, secretary, and F. s. MacPhersuu, -fTiuaiiimonsly as treasurer. is'ext year's meeting will be at Cal- gary. Jump New scales of physician's fees that will have-provincial-application'were approved. Day .calls 'will now lie 83.00 instead of J2.00: night calls ?5.iJO instead of J4.00; cases 535.00 in place 'ol- f 25.00. The increasea scale has neenVMreffect In soniff.df tie it has not, been recognized in many of the rural districts. Tlie.actlon-6f th.e con- vention now makes 2..provincial 5as. The medical men recommend that .ilDjie fiends bo kept in jail'until neces- sary medical assistance h'ai'.glvon sat- isfactory relief. Limit Prescriptions 15DMONTON, of the doctors navp answered the questions on the referendum submit- ted: to them by' the Alli'erta medical association, favor the limiting of -'the number of prescriptions' "iqr liquor which can le issued, by a "doctor! This .came out in .the report sabmilted uy W.'G. Hunt, associate secretsrj' of the association at the' session of.the While Che results ,ot the referendum 'are 'still far from complete, by far the greatest number seemed to favor that doctors' BilK'nave tho privilege of Issuing prescriptions but that they bs limited .to fifty per month. ThG largest number also were In favor of the prescriptions being lim- ited to eight ounces or, possibly less. Other nmlters to come, put of tho report were the charging, of fees for the registrations of and contagious diseases by llie doc- tors, also for the the com- pensation board. It was noted that the fees allowed by the cpnfpensation board had been raised by 32 per cent. The physicians were also in favor-of establishing a circulating, medical li- brary in connection with extension de- partment, of the university, the amouilt to bo expended "in this' connec- tion, not to exceed per -rear. Turin Strikers 4 Will Contimielo Occupy Factories LONDON, Sept. A referendum among the strikers nt Turin' has re- nulled In the rcjenlion of tho agree- ment arrived at In Rome between the employers' reprosenlntiven ami the workers in the metal trades', says a Homo disnalch lo tho Exchange Tele- graph today- 'Occupation of the Dnbost Automo- bile Works, tha Anasartol 'Aviation Works and other chiefly textile will ho continued, the' dispatch says. Tuesday night royal guards were fired on, ono being killed and several wounded. Three armed red guards were irrresterl. At Milan a bomb was exploded on tho threshold of the residerico of it manufacturer, who was leader of the lo Ihe MEIGHEN CLUB ORGANIZED Sept. Weigh- cti club, the principal object of which will ho to carry inlo effect Ihe plat- form of Ihe National Liberal nml Con- ncrvitllve parly, was organized hero yesterday. W. Coivuer, K.C., pre- at the meeting. CTYLE HEADQUARTERS Brand (ttlptheS are sold MADE IN'. CANADA OA-O Decided Style Changes in Fall Clothes The designing that marks models em- braces welcome shorter vent, a.lovver, less restricted waist, and a more graceful fullness to the entire coat. There's an easy smartness about these clothes that sharply distinguishes them from the styles of the past two or three seasons and from the models being shown elsewhere this fall. Society Brand Clothes maintain their style 'ship. They are the first to break away from the in- fluence that military uniforms have had upon clothes of which men are becoming tired. Come in and see the latest, the final in style, in the most approved of fabrics, McKelvie McGoire Largest Distributors of Men's Wear in Southern Alberta HOME OF Dll. JAEGER'S WOOU.ENS, CLUETT SHIRTS P.ORqAUKO AND STETSON HATS, GEO. SLATER AND SHOES KIRKHAM BLOCK, v LETHBRIDGE ;