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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FEBRUARY 5. twt TBB'UFrHHilHUl pAlLY HSRAID PAGE JIVE MARKET REPORTS HAY PRICES July----- by Products, May----- No. 1 Alfalfa, 2nd cutting .....J20.00 July No. 1 Alfalfa, 1st cutting 19.00 No. 2 to J 8.00 No. 1 Mixed timothy ana alfalfa 24.00 July Light 20.00 to 32.00 No. 1 IJlue.ioint, L'5.00 to 26.00 Ha. I Timothy, irrigated 125 to juiy..... 159 49 May........ UOVi 1MH 181 185'.i Wheat Straw (S wires) .............10.00 to 12.00 !otB, f.o.b. Coaldalo or IjethbrUlge. UETHBRIDGE GRAIN PRICES Prices paid today for grain in ridge, load lota follow: Wheat ...........J1.42 K1.-.X .....................1.50 Oala .......................'10 JUvlev .....................4li HYK May...... 132 Cliti Prices No. 1 N'o. 3 Nor...177-4 No. S Nor... 173 Vt No. 4 Kor...lC6ti No. 5 ......15314 Xo. 6 Feed ........................127% Track, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, No. 3 C.W... No. 2 feed.. and i i'-.-o i.2U No. 2 C.W... 48 Winnipeg Livestock -Ex. No- WINNIPEG, Feb. (Dominion I 1 feed.. 4- Receipts wcro very light Truck....................... cnr.slsting ,11 mil" 00: _ and li'O hops. Both cattle and' KB- C.W... 80 No. 4 C.W.. markets reported insufficient Kaetl :or.3titntc a market, and it is Track 39 48% 66% 55% U' thsr, tho few receipts on hand bo carried over for Monday's The hog market opened with a weaker tone, packers bidding selects. Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG. Good buying oil the local wheat market created ,No! 2 C.W..'. 171 C'onrieiuned .............175 No. 3 C.W... 146 ...........141 No. 2 C.V.....................15H4 Chicago Livestock ...____-.. CHICAGO. Feb. receipts mcronser ono compared with a week ago beef steadily advanced. During the last steers generally 2ao lower; she stock Iv.o days there has beea ranch better 25 to 50c lower; bulls 50c lower; buying power in evidence and prices calves to J1.50 lower; stackers and slmw .a.comeback ot seven or eight feeders 25 to 50c lower. cents .for the two daya. The buyers; Hogs, receipts 8.000; market steady T.-ere millers, exporters and shorts, to lOc higher than Friday's average; The close showed a gain of 4 7-8 to closing top pigs steady 5 1-8 cents. to strong; desirable 100 to 110 pound Increased strength was also shown; pigs iu the cash wheat market today, and Sheep, receipts compared premiums advanced from 1-2 to Ic. with week ago, handyweight lambs Exporters and millers were endeavor-; 25 to 50c lower; weighty kind ins to buy, but were hampered by lack lower; yearlings to lower; of offerings. Coarsu grains were high- matured sheep 25 to 50 cents lower; IT this morning, but the volume of feeder lambs 75c to lower. business continues small. Oats clos- Chicago Grain FREE OF TERRIBLE KIDNEYIROUBLE MADAME HOMMIDAE KOIBY K4 CbumpUin St., Montreal. c'For three years, I was ill and exhausted and I suffered constantly from Kidney Trouble and J-iver Dueaie. My health was miserable and nothing in the way of medicine did me any pood. Then I started to usd 'Fruit-a-tives' and the effect wu remarkable. I began to improve immediately and this wonderful fruit medicine entirely restored me to health. All the old paing, headaches, indigestion and.con- stipation were reliered and ooeemoro I was well. To all who suffer from Indigestion, Constipation, Khcumatie Pains or great Fatigue, I advise the uae of 'Frujt-a-tives'." Madame HORMIDAS FOIST. SOc.m box, 6 for trial size 25e. At all dealers or senS postpaid by Limited, Ottawa, Ont. VANOOUVKR, f.-Tho wholemto of wu nations of tho world behind it." What was needed, his ex- cellency added, was a renewal of con- llduiiei! in tho' hearts of thu people and the assurance that a moro glor- ious future awaited Canada than any- thing that had been done in the past. Speaking also (j the same toast, the Ikmtmiaiit-Bovenior of Ontario refer- red to the fact that ho had been a i member of the Commercial Travellers' association for over 20 years and ox- ivossed the conviction that the asso- ciation was one of thu greatest fac- tors in the moulding of public opin- ion, and the disseminating of doc- I trines of patriotism and truth. I Work of the League i Sir George Foster asked "What would the world have been like if then- bad been rfo IJritlsh Empire, and no British institutions. If there had been no British Empire where would have been freedom of tho j world? the. empire was con- templated Sir George said. TO EVACUATE VILNA PARIS. Feb. 5. --Vilna will be evacuated by Polish "Irregular1' troops as soon as the date for Lithuanian plebiscites are fix- ed and un International occup- ation contingent arrived, under a formal promiso made to Leon Bourgeois, president of the council of the League of Nations, by President Pilsmlski of Poland, yesterday, says the Petit 1'arision. "there was need fur solemn UiouKht, and he outlined some -of the perplex- problems with which Great Bri- tain was grappling at the present moment. Wnat is needed lii the world Is a sense of security in thy a relief from the burdeiis that the nations bear, it is this that the League of Nations to im- part." The British Empire is founded on justice, ordered liberty and trust- worthiness, said Hon. Dr. Cody in pro- i posing a toast to the empire. Under the LeasuR of Nations. Dr. Cody said j it would be "either Utopia or chaos worse confounded." I Hon. N. W. Howell who replied to 1 the toast, spoke of the ro- j cent trip ho had made to Africa and outlined >'ome of this problems that tlu; people there were facing. TEACHERS' STRIKE SETTLED rHAULOTTUTOW.V. P. Ifi. f., Fob. -A compromise on the salary ques- tion has settled the strike of the Prince u' Wales C'ollcgu teachers. PITT3BURG CHAMBER OF COMMERCE INSTALS A WIRELESS TELEPHONE PITTSBURG, Feb. wire- less telephone to be used in the transaction of husineis has been installed by the Pittiburg cham- ber of commerce. In a statement made public today, the chamber informed its members that a radio telephone, connecting with three hundred thousand opera- in a wide area turrounding Pitttburg had been let up at the orgfinizatlon'fi offices. Members are invited to of the Instrument la transaction of business. DON'T WANT ALLIES TO BE IN UNIFORM PARIS, Feb. authorities of Munich, Bavaria, have asked the allied officers there not to appear in uniform in the streets, according to reports reaching the French foreign office today. The request was made because of continued agitation jgainst the allies, the reports said. GERMANY SAYS IT CAN'T DELIVER COAL BERLIN, Feb. Berliner Tageblatt publishes a memorandum which Charles Bergmann, head of the Geijiian delegation in Paris, has de- livered to the allies pointing out that it is impossible for Germany to con- tinue coal deliveries on the scale pro- vided for In the Spa agreement, after February 1. It says Germany's indus- tries are suffering from a coal short- age, while tho French are sufficiently supplied. FIEND KILLS GIRL ON MONTREAL STREET; USES AXE.AS WEAPON MONTREAL. Feb. body of a young girl, murdered on Prospect avenue last night by an unknown man who sprang at her and knocked her down with an axe, was identified at the morgue this moring by JOB. M Mahlberbe. Clandeboye avenue, a street near the sr.enc of the murder, as that of his daughter Adeline. The girl was out visiting friends iast night and was apparently return- ing homo at about whon killed. Three men, all young, are being held by the police for examination. Police believe the murderer to be a maniac. A witness, to tho crime has hot been found. WINDOW CLEANER FOUR STORIES, KILLED. TORONTO, Feb. Kite, a window cleaner, foil from fourth storey window of the General Trust company's building this morning. He crashed through the ton of auto instantly killed. iimiiNiiiimiiiiiiiiiii MACDONALD Cut Brier More Tobacco for the Money Canada's best buy- the ECONOMY Package iimmmiimiimi SPECIALS FOR Saturday and Mon. (February 5 and 7, 1921) Car owners, here is your last chance to order your new buttery for the spring at the following prices. Give us your order nowv Dodge, all mod- els McLaughlin, all models to 1919.. McLaughlin, 1919 and 1920.. Nash, 1917 and 1918........... Nash, 1919 and 1920........... Chevrolet, 490.......... Chevrolet, all other models Studebaker, all models....... Overland, all models 830.00 AH these Batteries are new and are guaranteed for 12 months. All mail orders are snipped by express when battery wanted. ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES RECHARGED AND REPAIRED Lethbridge Battery Maintenance PHONE 1483 811 4TH AVE. S., LETHBRIDGE -also---------- mill lETDIIfilOGE BINGE 317 tith Street, I. lettlridgt leni anil Into Repair Worts ;