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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MOXDAY, SEPTEMBER THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS seek shelter in the cars. A fores ot military was hurried to Rosemary street and the police tool; up a posi- tion Royal avtnue aud North street. Following these measures conditions calmed down. WlnnlMg Grain WINNIPEG, Sept an cr Title XtUre market prices closed with M aiTtace tmai Saturday's close, due to pure its by einort houses. The P. R. 119 1-2; tf. S. steel 8S 3-S; U. S. steel preferred 106.. Sept. was dull ot the yards morutag, 3ti 'markets were (airly acthe wltk celpls being sinall. there were good xcxierate demand tor erery-. cattle, 20 calves and 41 sheep received tklnj, rot sufficient vo absorb all, to noon. Butchers vrera not buying egerlojB without a decline preoi-, and the only .live business was. In teed- Imu o( 1 to 1 1-4. ere, Iho top of which were quoted at October wbsat closed 2 l-lc bjgber; 18.76 and from tbat down to Choice j Nowbber Jc- higher and December .calves sold at J10.SO. Ewea weigh Ing m Me higher. Oats clow-a 7-8c to 115 pounds sold at JT.6D and 10 1 hfghor; barter lower to l-2c lambs were sold at 411.50. No hogs ibjher; rye 6 1-Ic hlgber, and 9ai were offered and the quotoitoa tor pel- 3-4c to ICtUgher. All grades oJ. cash 'crts ivas the same at Saturday, 123.35. Protect Market i mien from Dumping of Amer- erican Fruit Begins Speech Making Tour of the West in the B. C. Capita! TO BE NO INCREASE IN CHARGES AT COUNTRY ELEVATORS WINNIPEG, Sept. will 09 no increase in country elevator eleva- tion charges, according to a decision given by the board of grain commis- sioners tor Canada today. At terminal elevators, however, the elevation charge is (ncreaEed to llli cents. The elevator men, at recent hear- ings, asked for increased charges for country and terminal elevator opera- tion r.nd a decrease in tha period of free storage. dosed 1 l-2c Quotations: Open. Close, WA 21SX November......... SiSS December 330 231Vi October 71 51% Deceaber......... 65 65% May TO 7174 October IMS IOCS December......... 9S October 330 Xorembsr 324 December 323 326 October........... 170 Csmh Prices Ko. 1 Nor...255% No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No.' 5 Nor. Track, Manitoba ..............262% Track, Saskatchewan .........351% Montreal Stock MONTR15AL, Sept. YEHNO.X, B. Seut. 1 IxliAlA OCUL. citing ira.up.rVd on the local stock "IttssiOB of the cuslorns tariff exchange this moriilnsdurins the first protect the Trull grov.- hour. Slocks lor the most indup.try of Brillsn Columbia. l-iu-c-alide was the most active, itho views of oiieniug ut a gain of a H ironVrim the boanl tanff {commissioners. explained that In big V "iVn 1 cxop Years the American growers used ,1 LU JC.V __ _ Us closing immediately rose 'COiiimlssIoners. to JUtf. Hioi-dan was steady at 212. River rose a lu and Wavagaraack renialned uncbangda Laliaila as a low, grades were sold OATS- No. J No. 3 C.W..- 70H No. a feed Track Kq. No. 4 C.W.. Rejected'...... Feed Track g grouml for their at 1S9. Other Issues were quiet. low "M11" whlle their SiTnf markets at good prices, thus bolster- States market and g is raaintaiiiing prices. The British Columbia fruit industry as a commercial undertaking, is com- paratively new, the commissioners ware told, the first important igs having beeu made only twenty The output in 1910 was VICTORIA, Sept. W. L. MicKerwIo Kins, Liberal lenler, ar- rivrii here Suaday afternoon from: Denver, Colorado, and will inaugurate ilB speech-waking tour ot ,'atiada toniuhl lc. this citj Other j members of parliamoiil Kho will makei up Mr. King's party arrived from r Vancouver this afternoon. They vfero Eriest Lancinte, William Duff, aud C, Kennedy. A hearty greeting was extended to the Liberal leader ou his arrival Hou. Jabu Oliver, bErs of the ycvcrr. ment an4 of the Inglslature besides a large number of citizens being on liaiid to recslve him. It was stated that Hon. H. S. Beland, will be unable to join Ihe party until it reaches Manitoba. The French Canadian point ol view, there-fore, will be left In the' hands of Ernest La- polntc. On Wednesday night, Mr. King will speak In Vancouver. MINNESOTA RHODES SCHOLAR ST. PAUL, Minn., Sept. J. P. junior, of this city, was chosen today as 1921 Rhodes scholar for Min- nesota at the meeting of the Miune sola nt selection. American Chemical Society ia rention will possrble commer- cialization of a combine tlon of refuse petroleum and llgaltt through secret process discorered dor jg the war. Market feet today on wheat. The o.. k' Alberta peared to bo based on .the general ago. fS- downward swing o( commodity prices. f rS Breaks which rervrt rtted, forced 1919 to the lowest level yet since the ,t.na" four ttoiiBand sumption of tradlD? In futures. Aiier 'growers, with 40.CO _acros In fruit opening 3-4c off to advance with have Invested over in the Decemher 217 1-2 to 219 1-2 and March, i industry. Apples constituted tho pr n- 94% No. 8 G.W. No. 1 N. W. C. No. 2 C.W...32j .............S30 No. 3 G.W...285 Cohrt'err.ned..................275 Track ................330 Stocks In Store WINN1PKG; Sept. follow- ing statement of Blocks In atorp In public terminal olflvators at Fort Him and Port Arthur on September 24 with .receipts ahipirients dur- ing the vrb'ek was issued on Saturday: Stocks bushels; oats, barley, flax, rye, 194.637. 311 to 312 -1-2, the market fell-sharply I CW l around hut then recovered (o .bout lreo frult le production ln- Saturday's finish. to 2.7C2.35G boxes in 1919, while in i G2.5 per cent, ct Ihu reflected the slrength ot starling 1-Sc to 7-Sc higher -with De- total.fruit produced. Mr. Wmsloiv cember 57 3-4 to 5S 1-8 and continuing s1111 lliat bcfore lho increase in the duty on apples was made In rais- ing it from 13 1-1 to 30 cents per boi, the industry was in a critical condi- firm. Montreal Livestock. MONTREAL. Sept- BranchJ-Cattle, receipts Juc of Washinstori Receipts, wheat bushels; b'arley, flax UfftK and nil; flat fcet for butcher cattlo-at a Jiolfers'and stoers quoted at J9.50. ns low aE 4" cenls ,a Calves, receipts A ten- really on consignments at even less. Thc- grass calvos were sold for }S 00 In duty, however, gave the 3od veal to S15 i Industry greater impetus with lho Sheep receipts One buver rosult that Proiluction was greatly in- paid J13 for SOD lambs creased, eimbliiig tho growers tn 1910 Hogs, receipts, Hofi prices to practically all tho apples not established at noon. in Western' Canada, and in addl- Bar Silver carloads to Great Brl- NBW YORK, Sept. to Eastern Canada and AVERAGE 221-2 BUS. OOEYN Sept. and ono-tcnth bushels an is the official government estimate Al- berta's wheat crop. This is based oa the actual returns ol threshers and tha reports of the govanimenl'E crop correspondents from all parts ol IQQ province. The oat crop Is figured by the department 61 agriculture at 39 bushels anil barley at 2S bushels. In tho case of these Ivo crops the gov- ernment figures are put at a soniS' what lower estimate than the ins returns so far to hand would Indi- cate, but they aro on the basis of a careful Investigation Into province- wido conditions by crop experts and are believed to be close to tho actual facts. NEW YORK; r. Sept. i-on the championship of the Nallonal league today, although-idle, as a re- sult-of New. York being defeated by I3oston here In tho second gamo of their double header. New York's last chance to even tie Brooklyn slipped away with tlie loss of the second game. Each team now lias four games to play and if the Giants :vfln ell of theirs aud the su- perbas lose thoir four, too Qnal stand- lug will be Brooklyn won 90; lost 64; New York S9, lost G5. VOTE IN YALE, B. C. ON NOVEMBER 22 OTTAWA, Sept. are be- ing Issued today for the bye-election in. YaloCaribou resulting from the retirement of Hon. Martin Burrcll. Voting will take place on Monday, S'overaber 22, the same day as In East Elgin. The Peterbqro writ lias not yet been issued. These I elections aro viewed here as of al- most equal importance to the elec lions a week ago of Hon. P. D. Me Curuy and Hon. R. W. Wlgnioro. In some respects they will bo a greater test. ill ;sUp ;I-bSrley, flai and nil.. Y .Torwilp Livestock TORONTO, Sept. receipts heiVjr.iietf ste'erp ?14 to J15; butcher steers; choice 413 to hell- ciioice to butcher cows, choice to J11.50. Calyes, receipts 400. Market for choice vear steady with top selllug at Sheep, Kceluts Best iambs lie; BUMP Weaker.' Hogs, receipts 1.7S7; Hog prices un settled. Winnipeg Livestock WINNlPEXr, Sept. (Dominion Rec'cipts over the week-end InlallCd 3600 cattle, 120 hogn and 425 sheep. Trading was slow on tha cat- tle market this morning, espocillly for anything -of- good quality. 'i'he bulk of sales consisted of common to medium grades, with prices in line with Saturday's close. Butcher steors medium quality J8.CO to 57-75; female bulchers, fair to. good ?6 to ?8; good to Tho Ehcep and !amb was quiet. Good lambs domestic 99 1-2; foreign HAY MARKET (Prices furnished "by Farm Ltd.) No. 1 Timothy............... No. 1 Klied Tiriotliy and Al- -falf, No. 1 Alfalfa to.b. SO.IO 27.01 care Lethbrldge or (Continued from Front Pate) The opening Incident ot Sunday night's disorders occurred when snip- ers in side streets-of the Sinn Fein quarters, Sred into Nortb street which crosses.Royal avenue. A tramcar on North street came Into the line of Hre and there was great alarm among the passengers, who with the driver difficulties'. J car's including crab apples to the Unit- I'd States, as well as shipments to New Zealand, Islands aud South Africa. It poinled out that the.import duties on fruit are not slated in per- centages on value, but in cents per pound or per package. The costs production and selling prices of fruit have roughly doubled since '1014, in common with other commodities, but the duties remain unchanged, with the result that the percentage of protec- tion has been cut In half. According to the arguments of the fruit growers; the Canadian consum- er does not suffer by reason of the tariff on fruit, it being declared that in practically all lines, especially apples, crab apples, berries and cher- ries, they are able to sell a surplus lo the United Stales at prices equal to or liighc-r than the selling prices in Canada, but that the sale in American markets is limited by transportation ?22.50. selects, fed and watered 'Cloie Futures CHICAGO, Close futures: 2.23 1-2; March 21T: 34. Corth-September, 126 1-4; December 96.'''' 58; May 62 1-S. New York Stocks NEW Sept. crouched on the floor until the.car hail turned into Royal ayenno. The tram- car traffic later had to bo diverted to another rou'.f The rush from the sldo streets caus- ed tho crowd in Royal avenue to swell to largo proportloiis and n stam- pede was create.-! in.this throng when sudden volleys rang out apparently from the Sfnn Fein sldo streets at the lop of street, the Bring rapid- ly increasing In. volume.-. As tie crowd raced along Royal avenue in wild disorder a number of shots were discharged in Rosemary street which is on the southern sldo ql'Oift avenue, creating a panic about the Castcl street junction, tho most crowded spot in the city from which all tramcar traffic starts. Women in the crowd rushed about in n fronzy and tliero was a rush to "While.prices realized in-late years by lho fruit' said Mr. "win- slow, "have been .large enough lo en- pourago great Increases in production, it is realized that similar development In the 1'a.clflc coast stales Is likely to again result In years of demoralized prices, rvml to guard agnjnsi heedless setbacks from this source, continu nnco of protection is asked." SENATOR MICHENEFTS DECISION RED DEER, Scpl. Michener and fnmily are leaving hore lo reside al Fresno, California. Ow- ing to his parliamentary duties at Ot- tawa taking up so much of the year he has decided that, after one winters in California, his farnilj would spend the winters at Ottawa They would spend the summer at Res Deer and Sylan Lake! Will Speak in All of Western Provinces-r-Take Part in OTTAWA, Sept. 37. (Canadian itinerary of Premier lielghen's approaching speaking tour if Western Canada probably will be lefihltely arranged close ol he present week. will open at Winnipeg shortly before the middle of October and will include tho four vestcrn provinces. It is understood .hat arrangements are being made for several meetings in Saskat- chewan, Alberta and British Columbia and that the 'prime minister will do nor-t of his speaking en _routo to the coast. Hon. MacKenzIe King, Liberal lead- er, is. aljout to open his tour of tho west at Victoria, B.C., and will work eastward so that tho prime minister and opposition leader probably will cross one another's paths somewhere in the prairie provinces. While in British Columbia the premier will undoubtedly take a hand in the bye-election In Yale constitu- ency a member to succeed Hon. Martin Burrcll shortly will be choseu. According to. the latest-Information received licro, McKelvIo, recently nominated government candidate is mpro'likcly to have a farmer as an opponent than a Liberal.-' ut Brier Mora Tobacco for the Money Canada's best buy- SANFORD'S MESSAGE TO WORKING WOMEN Laurel, Mies. yean ago I suffering with pains and weakness .caused by a female ion Wheat Cosslrol OTTAWA, Sept. 27. indications aro that there is no likelihood of wheat con- (rol being resumed. Since the wheat coiilrnl board coascd to function at the beginning of September there has been practically no demand xfrom any part of Canada..that control should b'o re-ostarjlislied. In view- of Ibc Tact that there was a largo body of feelfne In favor of the board Immlling this year's crop, more particularly In tho west, It is belfeveil In official circles that the present quietude Indicates ac- ceptance by everybody concerned of tho rcslorcti condition of open trading. HOLDS COURT IN WEST OTTAWA. Sept. Justice Auclctto, ot the exchequer court, leaves toilay for Ihe west. He-will hold court in Calgary, Edmonton ncd Fort ccs. returning to Ottawa the middle of October. t IS LIKELY TO HANG ff OTTAWA, Sept. (Cana- (Han No official an- noimcomont has yet been mado in rcsaril to tho caso of Mrs. Mary Jlnudc Oagnon, Ihe Quo- hoc womnn under sentence ot death at Quebec on Friday, tor the murder of her 10-year-old 4 Ftepchllrt. It Is understood, however, that tho Jp.w is likely to he allowed to take its course. trouble- I had bead- laches, chilis and fe- [ven, andwuosable to (Jo my wcrk part [of the time. Lydia E, Pinkham's Vege- table Compound waj recommended to ma and I took twelve bottles of and my ever since, I am able to run the ma- chine and do dress- making besides my housework. You are at liberty to publish my letter if it will help some poor suffering woman." Mrs. J.C. SANFOSD, 1237 Second Aye., Laurel, Mies. Thousands o_f women dra g along iserable frprn con- _ rtay to day in just such a mi dition as was Mrs. Sanford, or suffering from displacements, irregularities, in- domination, ulceration, backacbo, sije- ache, headache, nervousness, or blues.-" Such women shonM profit b Mrs. mous uc women son profit by Sanford'a experience and try thia fa root and herli remedy, Lydia E. Pinki ham's Vegetable Compounra, and find relief from their sufferings as the did. For specie! suireestions in to four ailment wnte Lydia E. Pinkham MedicmeCo., Lynn, Mass. Theresultol Ihcirlongejtperienceisatyoi Medical science knoCT how Kriouj is the sign of bleeding euma. For it knoxs that tender and bleeding gums are the fore-runners of Pyorrhea, that dread disease which afflicts four out of five people over forty. If the disease ia unchecked, tha sum-lino recedes, the teeth decay, loosen a nd f all ou I, or must be ex trac led to rid the system of the Pyorrhea poi- Eong generated at their winch acp into ths system and wreck the health. They'causa rheumatism, nervous disorders, anaemia, and many other IHs, .s, visit your dcn- lor and num inspection. time and used consistently. Ordinary dentifrices cannot do this. Forhan's taps the gums firm and ieetli white, and clean. Start using it today. If gum-shrinkage has alresrlv set in, qse rprhan's according to cJircc- tlpna and consult your dentist imme- diately lorsjKciaHreatmenl, ____, 3Sc and 60c tubes In Canada and legist cannot su mi's IliBMI FOR THE GUMS British Limited The Greatest Trade! Emporium in the world is the British Empire. i Canada can make Preferential ipebples under the British Flag [without arousing international [Complications. j (Canada possesses men with ibrains to make these preferen- tial trade agreements. 'But we make good these {agreements with Canadian Ships Toe Nary League oi Hand Tailored Shapeliness What makes one suit give you several seasons' wear_ and hold its as long as you care to wear it......... while another suit loses its shape on the fust damp day? Because the shape of the first suit is, made permanent by intricate hand tailoring, while the shape of the second is merely pressed in by the hot iron. Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats are hand tailored.