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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTEMBEn 25, 1920 THIS USTHWUDGB DAILY HJKKALIT MARKET REPORTS WINNIPEG, "With tie of- ferlBjo ilbsci] few buyera (hi lOL'il grain oiirket showed de- flliw (n symwlby with United Slates demand (or, fish wheat limited premiums 6S 2 to 3 according to Thtra was demand tor oaU.and rye, wfth inUrot In barley and fiix. Wheat closed 8 1-Jc, tor Oc- tobtr, 7 3-4c down for November 7 Me lower for December. Oils 1 We lower for October, 3-Sc lower for Decotnbwasd' lUy; 1 8-4c lovrorfor October anj ic down for cetaber; rye lower for Octoior; 3o lower fof October, 3 3-4e loir- (or Kovcmber Ic down for De- cember. Open. October J5S Close, October December. October 175Vi December 234 OAT6- October December......... 65 'Miy 9814 October 350 330 December.... S27 Cuti Price; No. 1 No. 3 N'p. 5........... Track, Manitoba Titck, Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Sept. The ont- feature of the early trading OB the local itock ejcbanje tblB morn- los was 'the further pressure on the paper stocks. Bromptofi end Spanish Hirer continued the movement of the pact few days to lower levels, L romp- ton to nth Ins 76, but rallying Uter to Spaulih River opened at 120, -rlth low, declined to 1185 and then rallied to 11S11 while the preferred lort ID additional point to 125, recoYerlng a halt point. Other paper itocks ahowed BO change. Winnipeg Livestock TOMMPBO, ifDonllnlon 155 cattle, Trading on exceedingly to. medium Branch.) Receipts wera 155 lioga and 100 sheep. the cattle market was quiet A common No. S No. 4 Xor...JJ2M butchers ebuctd hands at steady prices with nothing doing In any other or of cstUs; The sheep and lamb markets were quiet with bidding steady at ysster- day's close. There were not 63% dent on hand to make a market. Chicago Grain Market CHICAGO. Sepl. was 106% liquidation in wheat today and prices 37H; broke sharply wILh March loading. Opening Quotations which ranged 169 from IVi to lower with Decem- ber 222 to 223% and March 211 were followed by a-moderate rally. OaUi were firmer after p.n early break but again became weak with other grains. Opening quotations were He to ftc'lower with December 5714 to New York Stocks NEW YORK, Sept. 354 327 AlherUl Ko. 3 CAV..-. 2 reed Track No, 3 Rejected Food G5V o. 4 C.W...105 lOSi.4 No. 2 f. W. 373 Ft. No. 1 N. C: 330 No, 2 Ko. 3 C.W.. .285 Condemned 275 Track ....'..'.330 Clni: Futures Chicago t CHICAGO, futures; 21 S 1-4; March P. R. U. S. Steel SS'.J; V. S. Steel preferred Sterling Exchange NBW Sept. change steady, demand cables Canadian dollars 915. Bar Silver NBW YORK, Sent. sIlTur, domestic 39V4: foreign 93; HAY MARKKT (Prices- furnished by Farm Products Ltd.) No. 1 Timothy J33.00 No. 1 Mlied Timothy and Al- falfa............... 30 00 No. 1 Alfalfa.............. (Prlcej f.o.b. cars Lelhbrldga or Crackers are ulcer if crisped In Ihe oven.or under broiler for it minute or two before eerying. A sally wafer 211 1-3. 1214 1.3; needs no bullar, but a. plain soda Dcccmbsr, 93.-7.-S. I cracker IE improved it'spread lightly 67 1-t; May CO 1-2. I with buller before toasting. HeJieveYouir Rheumatism For25c. NR does it by improving digestion, -assiniilation and the logical NR Today-Relief or No tarw vfial procosws of the dlseitlon ot food, ihc extitotlon of nourishment from (t aid uw o; ti, inrthlnj wltH then> Jet-thtn M tnttmirtea or wried on. load Tear dilution ton means- failure to derive JrotR toed and 1hit In turn otttn means 1m- jKjvertshed Wood, weakness, -fetr ellmla cieans an accumulation of m? lltr polsoss ths body, lowers decrease! the. power of re- to dlseass an4 loads to. tho Development of iaany cerloua Ills.' to some tnterfer- with tlio of elimination. to fet rid of body cannot bfesnccted to yield to medicine tbfct falie to correct condition rcsponaible tqr it Could any reasonable ptrson expect to rid blnistii 01 rheumaUc pain as lonf as th.i Think of It irpliln. tho Buc- of (NR Tab- 1 .J" roiu17. olh" housanai are ery day ana gel- S- ava'or ten "T W i of Niture'i Rsmedy con- taining enoEEh ta last twcntr-, kelp you, musi givp you prompt relfef and c olo svslem. Toli'll feel liku a n vj" trled doctoM, now maka iho real tesU You'll sot rt-xalls N.turf. Remedy (NR Tatlit.) PAGE FTVTS Old Country Football Scores LONDON, Sept. As- sociated gamos play- td this afternoon in tao league result- ed as follows: First Division Ar'gejul illddlcsborough 3.. Aston Villa 3; Oldham 0, .Blackburn Rovers 0; Evertou 0. Uoltou Wanderers 3; Manchester City 0. Bradford 1; JJradfcrd Cily 2. Derby 0. 1; Wc-slbromwlch A. 1. MuddersJeld Towa 0; Sunderland 0. Liverpool 6; Preston Norlheud 0. Manchesler Uniled 0; Hotspur 1. Newcaslle Uniled 3; lied 0. Burnley 4; 'Chelsea 0. Second Division Blackpool 1; Leeds United 0. Must Enforce The Versailles Treaty President Milieraud Delivered! First .Message to French Parliament MONTREAL, Sept. Nap- oleon chief revenue ofli'jer of Quebec, and his men have beea hard on the hcelB of bootleggers re- teiHIy nud Juvo effected seizures of Ihiuor In automobiles along the nigh- Kays out of Monireal to the value of The last of these captures! Tottenham eflecied yesterday afternoon when j ai! American automobile loaded to SaefHeld Un-jcapacity with whiskey, brsudy and jollier liquors was brouRlii io a halt after a long chase, by a bullet tluxiugh the gasoline lung. Cardllt City 0; Westham United 0. Fulham 3. County 1. Hull City 3; Barnslcy 0. Leicester City 3; Birmingham 0. Nottingham Kosso 1: Claoton Or- ient 1. Portvale 2; Stoke 1. Shelneld Wednesday 3; Coventrv City 0. Shields 1; Rothc-rham C. 0, Stockport C. 1; Bury 2. Wolverhampton W. 0; Bristol C. 0. Third Division Brentford 0; Crystal Palace 4. Bristol 3; Brighton and H. 1. Bxoter City 0; Newport C. 1. Northampton 3; Swansea Town 0. Norwich. C. 0; Southampton 1. Plymouth A. 3; Oillingham 1. Portsmouth 0; llllwall A. 0. Queens Park R. 4; I.uton Town I. Reading 4; Grimsby Town 1. Swlndon T. 3; Mertliyr T. 0. Watford 3; Soiithenii'lJnlled 0. Scottish League Aberdeen 1; Rangers 1. Atrrenians 5; Hibernians 1. Celtic-3; Ayr United 1. Dumbarton 0; Clyde 2. Dundee 1; Queen's Park I. Hearts 2; Ralth novers 0 Kllmarnock 2; Clydcbank 2. MotherK-ell 2; Paikfrk 2. Partlck Thistle 1; Hamilton A. 1. St. Mlrren 2; Morton 2. Third Lanark 2; Albion R. 2. QUKDKC, Sept. has been de- finitely decided to hold the provincial bye-elections in the counlies of Port- neuf, Knmouraska, nnd Et Maurice unless there Is uo opposition, on Oct- ober IS. Nominations ot candidates in COBD of contests, will take place on October 11. The Liberals have already decided upon Iho standard hearers for tho party In the three constiluencles. In Portneuf, notary Hammo! has been chosen; In Kamourqska, L. A. Du- poise, and St. Maurice, P. Gulllemetle. Porineuf seat is vacant through tho resignation of Sir Lomor Gouin; Knm- miraska vacancy wns caused by Adolpha Stein, who wns the provin- cial member, taking orer the federal feat, and 1n Et. Matirlco tho saat be- came -vacant through-the death of the former member, J. I. Dellsje. No op- position candidates have been vet Maoy similar captures have been made In the same wuy in iho past few days oil highways leading south to- wards lha United States from Mont- real. With (kdwood And Set House On Fire WINNIPEG, Sept: block- ing up the front and back doors of the residence with cordwood, incendaries are alleged to have set the bam, be- longing to A. D. Libman, 13 miles norlh ot Winnipeg on Ihe Selkirk road, on fire early tafs morning. The names completely destroying the house, barn, several small buildings and livestock to a total value ot SS5. Mr? Libman, his wife, two sons and three hired men escaped through after finding all the doors blocked. A thorough Investigation will be opened Monday by Deputy Fire Com- missioner lAlex. Inch. Mr. Libnian ro- Iiorted to the commissioner that ho htid no suspicions .as to who might have started ihe blaze. PARIS, Sept. chamber of deputies following a debate on Interpellations concerning the for- eign and domestic policies of the government voted confidence In the government this afternoon by a vtte of 607 to Premier Leygues then resd a decree adjourning the extraordin- ary session of parliament. PARIS, Scpl. Miller- and delivered his first message to par- liament today. He declared the pres- ent foreign and Internal policies of the government approved by the cham- ber of deputies and the senato duricg the past eight months would be con- tinued. M. Milierand said he had ac- cepted ihe presidency in order to con- tinue these policies with more strength and continuity. "The nation is for ever attached to a republican he I asserted. "Parliament will the most cpporlunte moment for modifica- tion of the present constitutional laws. Before starting these modifica- tions, he said, "we must carry out a more iniportan is, totnl esecutlon ot the agreement entered into at Versailles. Tho treaty is a new charge upon Europe and the world. "French diplomecy, invariably loyal to alliances cemented for ever by bloodshed In common, will take care that the Interests and rigbts of the nations resuscitated by the allied vic- tory shall be respected." Toronto Prelate Thinks Tur- moil in Britain Created to x Buttress His Position POLES SURROUND IMPORTANT TOWN WARSAW, Sept. Eolss In their northern advance havo virtually surrounded tho important town ot Grodno, eighty miles southwest.' of Vilna and Us capture is expected mo- mentarily, says' an official statement issued just before last mldniehl. On tho Volhynlan front iho Poles have smashed the Russian sovlot forces, taking three thousand the statement adds. JAPANESE WOMEN GOING INTO BUSINESS UFE travel- lers from Japan reporl that Japanese women are entering business nfiices and stores in Increasing numbers in MONTREAL, Sept. of the diKcullIes that were; iriaklng so mudh turmoil IB England, some peo- ple seenied to thlukT afyfleiaHy creat- ed to buttress up, thOj position of Pre- mier Lloyd George; who, it was thought in certain quarters, was cal- culating for a snap verdict from the electorate, said JIgr. A. B. Jlurke, of Toronto, vyho has just returned from visiting Drlinin and Rome. Those al- leged difficulties concerned Arch- bishop Mannix, tho Irleli question, and tho use of-, the Sinn Felners to. down th'e Nationalists, said-.-Mgr. Burke. With rasard to the labor situation Mgr. Burke snid the labor leaders seemed to be actuated by prudence. "There are men of extreme he said, "but they will disappear, or vvoulcl disappear if Ihe labor parly came hilo power, .which is certainly. on ihe cards." MO IETUKE JAIL Two Men af Medicine Hat .As- sizes Get Terms Here MEDICINE ILVT, Sept. the criminal sittings of the Supreme Court competition with men. They are now 'yesterday afternoon, Mr. Justice J. 0. HIGINBOTHAH LTD, LETHURIDGE sorving; as conducloresses on all the Walsh sentenced John Conlidge, Bas- ALBERTA. Jbua lines of Toklo. sano, to two years, day. in HiwimiHniHmmim Cut Brier More Tobacco for the Money .it Canada's best buy- the ECONOMY Packafe iSP Illillllllllllill lano, to two jGthbrulgo J: ro years, less on'e day, in iall tor forgery. In NTov- Chinaman Involved Unusual Case Comes Before The Courts in Wife a Roman Catholic MONTREAL, Sept. un- usual case in that it is one in which a Chinaman has married a Canadian girl, minor at the time of her mar- riage, came before the superior court yesterday on a petition by the hus- band for annulment of the marriage. The main ground alleged Is that it was a mamago, performed by a Protestant minister, the husband describing himself as belonging to the religion of Confucious, whereas, he says, his wife was baptised a Roman Catholic ami still belongs to that faith. The marriage has b2en declared null and void by the Roman Catholic arch- bishop and l.he superior court Is ask- ed to confirm that decision by ruling the marriage invalid as a civil con- tract. The wife filed no defense. pctilioner is Henry Pong, and In his pelilion he declares that ha and Florida Mallette, alias Florinda Mall- lett became acquainted at Hudson, Que. In December, they came to Montreal, and wen) married by the Rev. F. H. Spronle, Methodist minis- ter at St. Honri, Quebec, on December 12. They lived together for 12 months, when petitioner alleges that his wife left him and he makes charges against her conduct. BANDITS HOLD UP DETROIT JEWELERS IN BROAD DAYLIGHT DETROIT Sept. ban- dits entered the Jewelery store of Nathan Rosa on Hastings street today, beat Urn proprietor's two sons, Emll, 20, and Fred, 10, and escaped with and Jewelry valued at The two youths were seriously Injured and removed to a hospital. LARGEST LIFE INSURANCE PAYMENT LAST YEAR ember, last year, at. WInnifrcd, Coo- lldgc forged a cheek for on the Dominion Bank hero, purporting to he drawn by John Alching, or.Atcklng, In favor of John Jackson and Indorsed by Jackson. And In October, last year, I at WInnifrcd, he forged a similar check for the same amount and pur- porting to be drawn by John Atkinson, in favor of Joe Colder and indorsed by Collier. At yesterday sidernoon's session, in the case charging' John Yiirkln of Walsh witli'Blonling K. M. Olnlher'n aulo, last May, Din Jury brought in a verdict finding the: accused guilty of receiving Iho auto knowing It to have been stolen. ThQ iiiry recom- mended mercy because o[ the pre- vious Bood character of tho accused. When 7urktn brought up for sentence at the opening of this morn- ling's scission, ills Ixmlsiilp pointer! out a per-nllar-fenlnre of the law. If the Mcnsctl had been found eullty of stealing the nuto tho longest lerm for which ho could have been sentenc- ed is two years v.'hcrcas for receiving the stolen aulo a sentence of four- teen years could be givolt. His Lord- ship elated thai ho would bring Ihis mailer lo tho allnntfon of the Minis- ter- of Justice. (Is then said tfmt in view of the Jury's recommendation to mercy tho sentence would be one year at l.clhbriclge. U. S. NEW largest Iffo in- surance payment made by U. S. com- panies in 1915 VMS ?40ti.OOO on the late Henry Clay Frick. Fourth in tho list of insurance payments, according to flguroa which have been, compiled by the Insurance Tress, la on John Lenox, Hamilton, Ont. YEARLY FIRE LOSS VERY HEAVY message Issued by President Wilson urging observ- nnco of October 5 .11 "firo prevention day" says fire losses in tho United Stales cost annually 15.000 lives and In propcrtjr. Don'f lot tlie under your while the falls out your I jHTerpicicfgi SvU by Oms and Deparlmen, Application, at Carter J. D. HIG1NBOTHAM CO., LTD. .Special Agents, It's all in the taste! Thesecret of the great demand for Blue Ribbon Tea is because it is in harmony with your idea of what a high class tea should be. We know you'll like it. all in the taste. The Style Book of Furs You will enjoy looking over your'copy of Our New Style Book of Furs It is full of interest for every well-dressed wwnan It will be a pleasure to send you a copy QUEBEC Write to your nemett ston TORONTO WWUffSd For four hundred years ihe freedom of the Empire has been maintained by the sacrifice of countless gallant lives on land and sea, "He that -Commands thej Sea is at Great Liberty" Liberty to Live Liberty to Trade Trade Means Prosperity Liberty to Trade Lies Upon the Sea! The congregated wealth of the Nation must stand behind the forward move- ment to the sea. Every pound of Canadian products ship- ped from a port outside Canadian terri- tory retards our maritime growth, weakens our National prosperity, and places control of part of our sea-borne commerce in the hands of a competitive ;nation. The Navy League of ;