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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta VHiUAY, fUUHUARY 4, 1B2Y THE LETHBR1DOB DAILY HURALD PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS HAY PRICES by Farm Products, Ltd.! Lcthbridge) Ho. 1 Alfalfa, 2nd cutting Ho. I Alfalfa, 1st cutting 19.00 No. L' Alfalfk...........18.00 to 18.00 No. 1 Mixed timothy anil alfalfa 24.00 Light mixed 20.110 to 23.00 No. J Bluejoint. irrigated -3.00 to 20.00 No. i Timothy. Irrigated .....29.00 Whent Straw (3 wires) Oat Struw .10.00 to 12.00 lots, f.o.b. Coaldale or Lcthbridge. LETHiRIDGE GRAIN PRICES N Pricei paid today for grain In Letbr No. 1 N. _W. C. )ridtv> wagon load lots follow: Wheat KIis Otli .............-s JJarley Uye..................... l.-O Winnipeg Qnln Markets WINNIPEG, Feb. the open- Ing today's wheat market declined No. D No. S Feed ......................122ii Truck, Manitoba, Saskatchewan uud AlberU OATS- NO. 2 C.W... 4614 Ex. No. 1 feed No. 1 feeil.. Truck BAULKY No. 8 C.W... Feed........... Track ............173% NO. 3 42VI 42H No. 2 feed.. :I6% xu. 4 c.w... BOi; 54U 73% No. 3 C.W... 144% No. 2 Condeiiinecl Track No. 2 C.1V....................150 Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Feb. that ap- potrW it to on European ac- hxl i bcMlih effect today on gained point to M: National Drew- ut K- waa tfpitftiib Klver ut 78. Other ISIUOB were qulftt. Toronto Stock: TOHONTO. Feb. steadied u llttlo in tho tlult trading on thu Tor- onto stock exchange this morning, al- though In ono of two instances further weakness developed. Following the liquidation of tho past two or Ihree days, Canada Steamships rallied, opou- ing 1 point up ut 40. Tho close ut noon was made at last night's closing figure. Hrompton was 1 1-4 points higher at 51 1-4. Toronto Railway at 3-4 showed a decline of 1 1-4 points. A similar loss was sustained by Steel corporation at 42 1-2. Montreal Stacks .MONTREAL, Feb. further drop iu the prices of gasoline was re- ported this morning by the British American Oil company, whose price has dropped from 49 to 44 cents and from 46 1-4 to 41 1-2 per gallon, ac- ICoutlnmd inn front It DtateH that the poitnonenient waa in cotiitequencu of an attempt to assassinate an important witness for tho prosecution. This wHnesa, whosw name wait not given, was wounded in tho attack upon him. Ambuah DU.HI.iIN, postoflice and a buBinesif house at Willfamstown wero burned yeaterday. AJI lunbuah in which CnmmisBloner 11 ohm's of the Royal Irish ary waa wounded, occurred at Wil- liamstown on January Commis- sioner HoJmta died oit the following day. Five conatables alvo wounded In thla attack. Sentencs Rebels BBLFAST, Feb. ot six years'" penal servitude each wore imposed 'today upon tho eight men cording to quality. j who were arrested October 25 last, Wall Street Stocks j wuou. discovered on the Kingatown NEW YORK, tVu. 4.-TuB stock market was under [urUher selling pressure at the active opening of to- day's session. Crucible- Steel was tho higher in sympathy with wheut. Oats: closed o-4 to 5-Sc higher.; barley 1-3 to: 1.: higher: flax i 3-4'to t l-'2t higher; and iyo unchanged, i Quotations: May........ July Slay Open. J68V- Close. 167 "4 July 47 4S'i 4'J May July Slay July May ITS 181. 179% 15t Cash Prices No. 1 Nor... 174% No. -2 Nor.. JCo. 3 Nor.. .187% No. 4 Nor.. .161% until May reached 163 1-2, a loin or 3 a result 11 cents from the start. At I Mi point j Ml to loweit price yet there wan much better buying, pnwMTt crop. Opening unchang- prlces reacted strongly. KxDorten ed to higher with March 153 to reported as buyers today, and the j153'- and May to 144, the mar- wriumo of trading was larger than Cor j feat sagged all around and then took some time past. Futures closed 1 3-4 i a small spiirt. to 1 .3-Sc higher. I Oats were weak, opening lower iloro activity was displayed In the. to >-ic higher with May 41 to cash market today, and there was an j then receded all around. I excellent demand for all grades. Prem-; CASH CLOSE turns were unchanged to Ic better. Of-' _v.. rBj Io w. lerings, however, continued light. J The coarse grain situation Con-No'. 3 mixed.00: No. yel- ed unchanged. Values were slightly jow gj 1 white 1-3 to }0 14; Ka. H white 38 to 38 1-S. CLOSE FUTURES i 352 l-j; May 144. 96; July DC 7-8. 44 1-4; JuKy 42 S-S. Calgary Liveatock I CALGARY, Feb. cattle mar- ket was slow and draggy with n-.'ices unevenly lower at the stock yards on Friday. Receipts: Cattle 80; calves hogs 203; no sheep. Good butcher i steers to 7nedium to good rcnvs and heifers to bulls medium to good stockers and feeders, to common ?3 to J5.60; good calves Select hogs to off cars for selects. Edmonton Livestock EDMONTON, Feb. receipts 163; calves 25; prospects are for fairly active market with steady prices. Choice butcher steers to medium to common choice fomalo stuff to good butcher to common medium to canners to good bulls to choice- heavy feeders to good to choice veal to no. Hogs, receipts 351. Selects ?15 off cars. Sheep, receipts 11. Lambs to yearlings to and to Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Feb. 135 cattle, 300 hogs und 60 sheep. There were no changes in quotations reported this morning and tho cattle market was decidedly slow. Killing steers, fair to good, made u sales at to female butchers to :.50; feeder steers, good to Sheep and lamb market firm. Good lambs and good "mutton sheep Hogs deolindd 50c today. Packers bid for selects. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO, Feb. receipts 4.000; beef steers active, fully 2oc higher. Butcher cows and heifers strong to 25c higher; bulk canners and cutters to ?4; bulls and veal calves steady. Hogs, receipts lights active, 'steady to lOc lower; others slow; mostly lOc lower than yesterday's av- erage; pigs steady to lOc lower. j uniforms, on their way to attend thn funeral in London of Lord Mayor MauSwiucy of Cork. The sentences, lvere madevthl'cc yeii." sir hundred, shares going down to I eacu threo 5'ears bcinS 87 1-4. showing a loss of L> 1-1 points. remitted. At this level supporting orders soon- Threc found with forced the stock 'back to a fraction 1 revolvers at a recent dance in Kings- above yesterdays close. Other steels wcre sentenced to 10 years m were extremely irregular as also was! Prison, of which hve years were re- and various specialties were reac- j nutted, oils, shippings and rails. Tobacco tiouary, International Paper losing! DUBLIN, leb. Dunsauy, 1 1-1. Firmness was shown by Her-! ana Playwright, pleaded guilty oantile JIarine preferred. United fhen brought to trial by court- States Rubber and Searsjlloebuck. martial on charge of possessing arms Dealings dunns tho morning were! and ammunition. He was fined larger and broader than at any slmi- three months in prison. On pay- lar period this week but the aotivity i ment ot the fine he was released, was mainly at the expense of Values. It had been found that game was Equipments, especially Baldwin Loco, 1 being shot on the Dunsany estate, and Lprd Dunsany. Pressed Steel Car and General Elec- tric, were the centre of a scries of setbacks, presumably on the failure of those companies to receive rallway contracts. Motors and oils added to early declines and independent steels continued weak. Rallies before noon were featured by Reading, Texas and Pacific, Atlantic Gulf and Royal Dutch. In a number of cases losses were fully recovered. Call loans opeu- ed at 8 per cent. Foreign exchange was dull and irregular. The covering movement became i r the military in consequence raided his castle and found the sporting wea- pons. The specific charge against him was tho koepiiig of firearms and' ammunition not %nder effective mili- tary control. (Continued from front _page.) The convention is behind on the THIS MOTHER UNO DAUGHTER Both Made Weil by Lydia E. Pinkkam's Vegetable Compound.' Stnlav the Change of 1 >M hot flathea, nervous, run 1 j] down, and had sick N headaches for two R or threa days at a [I time. I took Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vege. I table Compound and MI am much stronger j] and better in every I way than I was. My daugbter'i .health i broke down last U June from teaching I school without a _....... Irest. and has 1 taken Ljdia G. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound and tha Blood Medicine with results. She is much better and teaching now and I give your medicine praise. You are welcome to usa this fetter for the benefit of other auf- fering women. F. A. GIINES, K.R. No. 1, Staele, Ala, Women who suffer as Mrs. Otine.i did ihould not hesitate to give this famous root and remedy, Lydia E. Pink- ham'i Vegetable Compound, a trial, more genera later, especially among m owin to the ot Uae steels ami slilpp ngs but Northern takcn Tllursday in discussing politi- Pacilic developed sudden heaviness. action and the Theat pooi. Coo. The close was firm. tinuatiou of the discussion on provin- N. Y. Stocks NEW YORK. Feb. sales: C. P. R. 313 1-8; U. S. steel 81 3-4; U. S. steel preferred 110. Bar Silver XEW YORK. Feb. silver, domestic 99 1-2; foreign 60. N. Y. Funds NEW YORK, Feb. ex- change steady. Demand cables Canadian dollars 11 per cent discount. AUGUSTA'S MILLION DOLLAR HOTEL BURNS cial political action is expected this afternoon. A sharp division exists among the delegates on the subject. The sessions of the convention" will conclude tonight. The association refused a resolu- tion to riiiae the association member- ship fee, aud tabled a motion pro- posed to pay district directors for time spent iu association work. Maharg Refused at First John A- Maharg. M.P., was the unanimous choice of the convention as president for the eleventh consecu- term. He was tendered an ova- AUGUSTA, Ga., Fob; Bon Air, Augusta's largest tourist hotel, was destroyed by lire early today. The loss, including personal belongings oi I fiuosts, is unofficially placed at None of the 260 guests wero injured, being awakened by a night clerk shortly after the fire was dis covered. Many carried to safety by tho firemen. receipts the evidence that constantly being I strong with yesterday's close published provei beyond question that above low time; top lambs steady to close, 50c this grand old remedy has ruUevedmuch Buffering among women. For confidential advice Lydia E, Pinkbam Medicine Co., Maas. Tho reiult of their forty expert- u at your Montreal Stocks MOXTHiISAL, Fob. local stock exchange was again dull during the early trading this morning. Abiti- bi lost 1 1-4 to 50 5-8; Atlantic Sugar unchanged at 26; Brompton fraction- ally weaker at BO 1-4; Laurentida "MHfatterUsfs YOU NffD To Keep Off Coughs folds Soi'cThroaf MACDONALD'S Brier SMOKING TOBACCO Mr. Maharg startled the convention by refusing to accept because of per- sonal attacks bim by certain sections of the convention. He felt, he said, that the time had come for him to step out. He finally agreed to accept and remain in office after tlio convention had refused to agreo to his resignation. A second demon- stration in which tho delegates cheer- ed for several minutes followed. Vice-President Hawkes Allan G. Hawkes, vice-president of the association, was re-appointed by acclamation. Mr. Hawkes is seriously ill aud the. convention gave a remark- able demonstration of its feeling to- ward him by a standing vote. Mrs.'C. E. Flatt, Mrs. J. McNaugn- ton and Mrs. M. L. Burbank wore ap- proved as directors on the central board, from the women's section. Thomas Sales and W. J. Orchard firmed as i representatives of section on tho centra! were confi tho tradin board. District directors elected wero: T. Teai-s, Marquis; C. M. Emery, Assini- boin; E. P. St. John, Klsbey; R. M. Johnston, Ileglna; John Miller, Indian Head John Holmes.- Asquitli Chas. Ovartuff, Semans; W. J. Orchard, Tro garva; Q. W. Robertson, Mozart; G A. Hope, Wadena; Douglas Japp Specrs; A. Baynton, Carlton; P. M McCaffery, Rockhavcn; Mike Me Laughlln, Swift Current; J. P. Robin son; Cadillac, aud W. T. Hall, Surbi ton. BOMB THROWN IN CHICAGO RACE WAR CHICAGO, Feb. bomb thrown from an auto Into the doorway of a four storey apartment- building the south side owned and occupied in part by Robert Jackson, a wealthy negro, shattered windows in bait of the block late last night, and several persons wero injured by. flying glass. A policeman nearby saw tho ueing .hurled from the car, which ho said contained three men. IIo fired thrco shots at them before they dis- appeared around Ihe corner. Jackson announced ho had never received any threats. Polico say race feeling is responsible for the explo- sion. Of 22 houses in the 'block only two are occupied by white families. IMPERIAL WILL HAVE FOUR DRILLS AT FORT NORMAN THIS SUMMER WINNIPEG. Feh. Imperial Oil company will operate four drilling outfits on their property at Fort Nor- man this coming summer. Alex. Me- j Quocn stated today. Mr. McQueen is in the city en route to Toronto from Edmonton. Extensive drilling operations will also be carried out In other Alberta and Saskatchewan fields by the com- pany, Mr. McQueen said. USED GASOLINE TO START FIRE; NINE DEAD ROCHESTER, Vermont, Feb. Mrs. Henry Mnrtell died yesterday, the ninth victim of a lire which, start- ing when hoi- husband used by mistake I'or kerosene In building the kitchen fire, destroyed their house ilTic.i'r.y. IHNILQULA WASHINGTON, Feb. iutcr- nallonal conference to discuss dis- armament will be called by tho Unit- ed States, Chairman Butler of the house naval committee said today when the-committee mot to bear tho views of prominent navai ofllcers on tho subject. Chairman Butler did not say when the call would bo issued, but from liis lino oC questioning ot witnesses, it, was a-ssumoil Ira thought thr call would be issuei'. soon after the in- auguration of President Harding. Butler recently conferred with Mr. Harding at Marion, Ohio. Rear Admiral Wm. a. Sims, who was overseas commander of naval forces of tho United States, was the first witness examined by the com- mittee. -With Germany's power crush- ed. Admiral Sims said, all nations could reduce their naval armaments by half with safety. He added that ho believed tho nations would wel- come a call for a disarmament con- ference. PKOPOSK FORTY CENT DUTY ON WHKAT TO U.S. WASHINGTON', Vcli. era nt thn house cniorKf'H'y tariff bill caught their opponents today and two i amendments adopted before scnatojrs tight ing lha measure were aware of tho action. The amendments wero agreed to with only nins sen- ators in the chamber and Senator Harrison, Democrat, UissifBippi. dc: manded that u quorum bo celled. 1 The amendments adopted propose a rate of 40 cents a bushel on wheat and t'.la exemption from Import duties of rice to be used in canned goods. SLEEPING SICKNESS FATAL IN BOSTON I BOSTON. Feb. 4. -Sleeping sick-j has caused live deaths in thisj city '.vithin a month anil 13 other per-j sons have been prostrated with, health authorities itaU-ti today. Tint authorities ura ut a low to itmvuut fur the unii its spread. 0 ODD'S KIDNJEY The Bond Between Bank and Farm NO WOMEN FOR j OREGON JURIES; SALEM. Ore., Feb. or! jury service to women in Oregon, as proposed in a bill introduced by Rep- resentative Mrs.. W. S. Kinney, the only woman member of the Oregon legislature, was defeated yesterday in the house by a voto of 34 to 23. CUMULATION of atricultural pu.- O tit ti to welfare of the Dominion. Thii Bank playa iti part a national institution by lend' ing every effort and iti to auppoit agricultural activity to utmoit. inttfetUl in ur Invited to with our brinch n inn cert. 4 UNION BANK OF CANADA .Lcthbridge Branch C. C. King, Manager Branches nUo at Card don and Barons WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF VICTOR RECORDS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA, WILLIS PIANO STORE Phone 662 "HOME OF CANADA'S BEST in Third (Hull Block) [The Famous "Music Box" Songj Young Man's HPHE biff hit of the musical comedy su Name" here transformed' into a Fox success "What's In A ox Trot, mating a fas- cinating dance number. 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