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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FEBRUARY 7, 1021 THE LBTHBRIDGg DATLY RIBALD PACE FIVE MARKET REPORTS I HAY PRICES by Farm Products (No. 1 Alfalfa, 2nd cutting .....JiO.OO 1 Alfalfa, 1st cuttliiB 19.0I) iHo. 3 Alfalfa...........lfi.00 lo '18.00 I No. 1 Mixed timothy and alfalfa 34.00 Light to lii.OO [No. 1 liluejoint, irrigated 23.00 to No. 1 Timothy, irrigated ?25 to Wheat Straw (3 wires) 10.00 jOat Straw .............10.00 to 12.00 I Car lots, f.o.b. Coaldale or LethbridKe. LETHBRIDCit GRAIN TRICES Prices paid today for grain in Le'.b.- bridge, wagon load lots follow: Wheat Flax Oats......... Parley Eye Winnipeg Grain Market WINNIPEG. Feb. stroos Blind for cash wheat featured the local market today. Milling interests were said to he the bnyers, and premiums were 1-2 to Ic higher. The offerings, however, continue very Ismail. In futures May wheat, after oijen- higher, advanced to 174 1-2, later No. 2 mixed, C2 1-2; No. 3 Ltd.. yellow 09 3-4 to CO 1-2. 2 white 41 lo 41 3-t; No. white 39 3-4 to 40 3-4. Edmonton Livestock EDMONTON. Feb. L'attlo, receipts 146. Mar- ket draggy with prices a shade weak- er. Choice butcher steers to medium to JK.50; common Choice cows and heifers to ?6.25; good butchers tn com- mon to choice bulls 14 to choice heavy feeders to common chotco veal to Hogs, receipts Market uncer- tain. 'Bidding for selects off cars. Sheep, receipts 40. Lambs to take DOMINION C.B.Q. OTTAWA, Feb. It is expected that the revised regula- tions governing1 the issuance petroleum leases will be ready to be placed before the cabinet council at its meeting tomorrow. AVhan approv- ed and signed hy the governor-gen- eral these regulations will be issued by the department of the interior. It is understood that there are few WINNIPEG. Feb. 7.--A rpply to. statements made by Hon. Hugli Guthrie In the course of a speech at I Toronto, dealing with the history andj policy of the United Grain Growers.! Limited, was issued here today by Itice Jones, general manager oE thatj organization. It is the policy of the i U. G. G., said Mr. Rice Jones, to nan-} die Canadian-mado goods, price and quality considered. 'The Hon. Hugh .state- ment as reported in a dispatch is in- j said Mr. Rice Joues. "He I states that there is not a Canadian j article in tho machinery line listed} in our catalogue as U. G. G. Even the) list of machinery which he ly mentions as being manufactured in the United States is incorrect. ers and rakes for instance, and wag-, ons are all purchased in Canada. In fact, wo have not purchased a wagon In the United States for three years.; We wero forced to buy in the United I States in the first place because Can-1 adian manufacturers refused to see to1 us and there some Canadian; manufacturers who absolutely refuse i to deal with us. "Of 191 pages in our catalogue only] slightly over one-third are American-1 made goods. We havei always aimed Grassy bake oE II. Lake, one of to purchase everything we could inj'hs Bow Island curlers who were Canada, taking into consideration; here a week ago, and played two (in thft red A lew of tablets break up cold mid ihe system of it. Taken in lime, DOMINION C.B.Q. prevent you from having Tonsillitis, and those rackiug coughs that ciuss you to lose wftight and appetite, and fiull down your entire iyitem. The fact that DOMINION C.B.Q, COLD in a few hours tak? DOMIIIKHiCBQ Tablets are' madt by National Drug ft Chemical Company of Canada, Limited is the best of their TELLER IS DEAD I TAKER AUTOMOBILE STOLEN; BED CLOTHES PfcOM HOTEL WENT TOO s that unless lie can gain scats i'roni I radical changes in the regnla- labor he will not have a elear ma- jority. No. 4 No. G Nor. Nor...l35Ts 12 Saskatchewan July............ 184'- May................ Cash Prices No. 1 Nor... 180% Xo. S Nor... 173% No. 5 Nor... 152is Feed Track, Manitoba. and Alberta.................ISO's No. 2 O.W... No. 3 O.W... 43% Extra No. 1 feed No. 1 Peed.. 41% No. 2 Feed..31% Track 47% No. 3 C.W... SI 4 C.W... Feed Track 76 FLAX- NO. I N. W. C................175VJ Old Cpimtry Football Scores Hogs, receipts lights 15 to 25c lower; other 25 to 50c lower than Saturday's average; top pigs steady to lOc lower. Sheep, receipts 20.000; lights 25c j lower; top }10; yearlings and sheep strong to 2oc lower. Livestock LONDON, Feb. I MONTREAL. Feb. i sociated re-played game ably i receipts .188. No in the second round ot the English good cattle sold. series between Fultiam aud Lin- coin today resulted in a win for the former clnb by 1 to 0. Other soccer games today resulted as follows Preston Sheffield United 0. j Second 1; Shef-1 field Wednesday 0. lions. One of the departments inter- ested said they wero simply adapting the former regulations to present day conditions. He added tht' the reports in the west to the effect that the now regulations wonld "squeeze out the little fellow" were entirely wrong. In their present form it is expected that the new regulLiiu..d will go through the cabinet council tomor- row morning arid that they will prob- icelve signature the same day. Calves, receipts 182. Best lots trom to Sheep, receipts 311, not enough sales to establish, prices. Hogs, receipts General quo- tations for hogs was Toronto Livefttock TORONTO, Feb. 7. Cattle, receipts 1540. Re- ceipts for today are light and lacking in quality. Prices are steady to a littls stronger than Saturday. Toronto Stock TORONTO, Irregularity de- veloped in desultory trading on tha stock exchange this morning, but prince fluctuations were in no case ex- tended beyond a full point white in the majority of Instances, fractional changes were in order. Considerable activity occurred in Victory loans but price changing was slight and of little significance. i Montreal I MONTREAL, Feb. Tho local.! stock exchange was weak although not very active during the early trading No. 2 C.W...171% No. 3 O.W... 146V4 Condemned .................141% Track .....................175% No. 2 C. W..................152% Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Feb. prices declined today after a show of firm- ness at tho outset. Tho initial ap- pearance of strength was duo to ac- tive buying on the part of a house; this morning. Atlantic Sugar gained northwest connections, but when j half a point to 29 3-4; Bromptou gain- this demand was satisfied the market Jed half a point toU2 3-4; Laurentide underwent a material sag. Opening j lost a point to 90 1-2; Breweries lost unchanged to 1 cent higher with half a point to 52'1-2 and Riordon drop- March 157 1-3 to 1ES and May II? 1-4 ped from 143 1-2, its close on Saturday I to 143, the market made slight gains to 140. I and then, fell to below 'Saturday's N.Y. Stocks j close. NEW YORK, Feb. same Oats opened strong-er, 3-4c off to j issues which have served the pur-poses i 5-Sc higher with May 42 3-4 to 13 ami: of speculative the last I MRS. SYLVIA FOSTER, of Buf- falo, N.Y., who says she wishes she could so into every home and tell h'ow Tanlac com- pletely restored her health after she had lost ail hope of ever being well again. later scored slight further gains be fore beginning to weaken. CLOSE FUTURES 154 1-2; May 144 3-4. 65 3-8; July 07 3-S. 42 1-4; JJuly 43 5-8. CASH CLOSE 2 red 187; No. 2 hard 186 1-2. ii Nature's first aid to the body in times of weakness. ScottsEmulsion unsurpassed in purity aoodness, is CM noorufimentinaform rfl fails. JJj MAKERS OF------- KMIOIDS INDIGESTION PILES Dr. Chase's Oiotaent will relieve you _ ud afford laaiiuc beixftt. nor., a lei: all or Kdmanvni, Bul-cs Limited. Toromto. not freo It you mention tlita atanp bijii I telling, Blftcri" ing. J'rotrud opcr. aired. ones two weeks were again most prominent at the opening of today's stock market. Oils, shippings, and local utilities were the outstanding features. General j Asphalt, Atlantic Gulf and Manhattan Elevated soon recorded gains of 1 to I 2 points. Heaviness of Mexican Pet- roleum gave the list an irregular set- back within the first half hour. President Wilson's rejection of the; peal of the railroad unions for a i re-hearing and rumors of a possible hitch in the Reading plan provided the shorts with material for a gen- eral attack during the morning. Reading issues fell 1 to 2 3-1 points, other rails also becoming heavy. Leading oil? fell 1. to 3 points and i steels and equipments yielded 1 to 2 nutnts under pressure. Call money was available at S per cent, but time fuuiia were iu scant supply. Investment rails and popular mot- ors led the broader setback of tee i last hour, extreme losses ranging from I I to 3 points. The close was heavy. New York Stocks NEW YORK. Feb. sales: C. P. R. 115 1-4; U. S. Steel SI 5-8; V. S. Steel preferred 110 3-8. N.Y. Funda NEW YORK, ex- change firm. Demand ?3.S3 cables J.1.84 1-4. Canadian dollars dollars 11 11-IC per cent, discount. Bar Silver NEW Feb. silver, domestic 99; foreign 60 1-2. GRAIN IN STORE WINNIPEG, Fob. following statement of stocks in atoro in pub- lic terminal elevators at Fort William and Port Arthur on February 4 with receipts aud shipments during the week was Issued by the board of grain commissioners Saturday Stocks-in oats barley Arniand Lavergne Declares That Watchful Eye Must be Kept on Immigration KINGSTON1, Ont, Fob. to the members of the Newman Club of Queen's University on Sunday af- ternoon, Armand Lavergne, the French Canadian Nationalist leader, stated that he was not willing to see Canada infested with unchosen Immigrants from Europe. "We have to keep a watchful said Mr. Lavergue, "and we arc not willing that this Canada of ours, be filled up with tramps, hooligans, ex-convicts and drunkards from Europe and from the British'Isles, or rather the English isles. "We wilt go on denouncing the bringing of these people to Canada and building up a mongrel nation. It is the greatest danger, for they have nothing of the Canadian ideals and interests. .j (From Our- Own CorrespOBdemU TABER, Feb. has an automobile theft case on which the police are busy. On Saturday night R. B. Ayers left his auto in front of K, Lake Dies as Result of j the Farmers Meat Market, and when jle came out a couple of later it was gone. i The disappearance oE the car linked up by the police with the did- appearance of F. Myera who register- ed under that namo on Saturday at the Rhonalda after the coming of the noon train. Not seeing mm Sunday. Mr. Donald, the proprietor, went to his room and finding it locked, forced Illness Due to Ex- posure iFrom Our Own Correspondent) TAB13R, Feb. was'receiv- this morning of the death at price and quality. The unfortunate i matches with local rinks. Tho party part, from a Canadian standpoint, is of curlers left for home nmtor, that after adding the tariff some couple of miles from Purple the American goods we purchase are j Springs, the car broke down, and the cheaper than the Canadian and moro serviceable. 80 Per Cent British Born members were forced to go to Purple Springs, catch the night passenger to Taber, returning later to Bow Island. Owinjc to exposure, Mr Lake caught "Mr. Guthrie's statement that the; cold, and on Monday took down with western farmer organizations are con- scarlet fever, and pneumonia which trolled by Americans and imbued with ended fatally on Wednesday last an entrance. The man was gone and so were the bed ctothes. The police are of the opinion tha.t the man, car and bedclothes went the same route at the same time, and descriptions have been wired iu all American sympathies and ideals IK hardly worth referring to, but I may say that of the 12 directors ,of the Un- ited Grain Growers, Limited, whose purchases of machinery Sir. Guthrie refers to, 10 are British or Canadian born and two are American. "I had hoped that the day of cheap appeal to racial prejudice by party politicians of the old type was past, but apparently it is not so, and I might add that we have here in the west some American-born citi-eng than whom we have no better Canad- ians in- Canada today." Mayor Fail-field, of Barons, a broth- j of the deceased man was 1 called to the bedside, but did not ar- j rive till Wednesday evening. R. W. Lake was teller in the Bank of Mon-i Ynnner treal at Bow Island, where he had! been for the past two years. He was about twenty-nvo years of age aud a favorite with the townspeople. He! was formerly a member of the Royal j Air Force, but did not get to the front, owing to a fall from au aero- plane while in training in England, PAINS SO BAD STAYED IN BED IL DEFEATED Premier Norris of Manitoba Says Defeat in Lakeside Would Make No Difference in which the plane came down through the roof of a building and as a suit, ho spent a long time in the tary hospital and limped slightly as a result of the accident. His death comes as a shock to close friends in Taber, who formerly lived in Bow Island. Cutkura Soap The Velvet Touch For the Skin ryo bushels; nuts barley 101.0B8; flax 993; rj'C Halt HlilpmentH-Whiint biisli- (sis; oatH barley .flax rye The rich man usually has a twin sir iincl he luan six twins. "They had given up all hope of my RADICAL ACTIVITY INCREASES IN MEXICO MEXICO CITY, Feb. au- thorities and government secret agents were engaged today in gather- ing evidence which might leai" to tho arrest of men who bombed the home of tho archbishop of Mexico and the building occupied by 'Juergens and company in this yesterday morn- ever being well again but thanks to I ing. Four men are under arrest, but Tanlac '1 am feeling as well now as I ever felt in my life and I only wish I had time to go to every home and tell every eiek person about this grand medicine. "A year ago last January I had severe attack of influenza which left me in a terribly'weakened condition and my appetite was so poor that I ate little more than enough to keep body and soul together. ".My heart palpitated so dreadfully at times that it seemed like it had stopped altogether aud I .would think my time had come. I was so weak that I couldn't go up the steps out. holding to thfi railing. It was im- possible for me to do any housework. I was so nervous that I couldn't drink my tea or coffee without spilling it. "My sleep .was restless and broken and I would have smothering spells and would just have to get up aud go to Urn window so I could breathe. "I finally started taking Tanlac on the advice of a friend and before I bad finished taking the second bottle my neighbors could tell I was im- proving right along. Well, it has only taken live bottles to restore my health completely. "My appetite is just splendid now, my nerves are strong and steady, my housework is a real .pleasure and f can sleep like a child at night. In fuct, I never felt better In my life than I do The above remarkable statement. VIIH made, hy Mrs. Sylria Foster, of S. Division St., Buffalo, NV a well-known and highly respected resident of lhat city. Tanlac Is sold in Let'ubriiiKC by n. Hiirinhotl-.i'.s! a dr., T.imttol.-driic- it is known that several others wero implicated in the two crimes. Radical activity has been increas- ing in Mexico City recently and news- papers here say that two communist congresses will be held this month, one in Mexico City and tho other in Tampioo. AUSTRALIAN WORKERS OPPOSE IMPERIALISM WINNIPEG, Feb. govern- ment of Manitoba will carry on until the expiration of the legislative term, or until it is defeated by a vote of the legislature, according to a state- ment of Premier Norris, printed in a local paper today. Mr. Norrla said his government would meet the house- when the session opens Thursday of this week even though the new min- ister of public works, Hon. C. D. Mc- Pherson, is defeated at today's bye- election In Lakeside. The premier ex- pressed hia confidence, however, that Mr. McPherson would bo the- victor constituency. Tho Norris group is in a minority in the legislature, though larger than any other single- group, and it had been rumored that the. government would resign it' its candidate iu Lake- side were defeated. NEW EXPRESS TARIFF IN EFFECT TUESDAY MM. Boecroft H.d Miserable Time Until She Took E. PinUuun'i Vegetable Compound. ASK IMPORTATION OF CHINESE EGGS BANNED OTTAWA, Feb. (Can. Press.) Importations of Chinese eggs into Canada will come under fire during the early days of tho session which opens next Monday. Win. Smith (Ontario South) is placing on the order paper an inquiry of the minis- try as to whetfier or not it intends to prohibit the importation o( Chinese oggs into the Dominion. The large importations at present being made were the subject of recent comment, by the minister of agriculture, Hon. S. .F. Tolmia aud many Canadian egg producers feel that their home market is being seriously affected by the im- portations of the cheaper Chinese product. Hmmiltcm, ndhnd three years from a and consequent weakneu, pain and irregu- larity which kept ma in bed four or days each month, I nearly vent eraiy with paini in my back, and for about a week at a time I could not do my work. I Lydia G. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound advertised IB the Hamilton Spectator and I took it Now I have no 'pain and am quite regular unllti I over- work or on my feet from early morning; until at night. I keep houee and do all my own work without any trouble. I hare recommended the Compound to several EMILY BIECROFT, 259 Victoria Ave. N., Hamilton, Ontario. For forty yeara women ban been telling how Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vege- table Compound has restored their health when auffering with female ills. This account! for the enormous demand for it from coast to coast.. If you are troubled with any ailment peculiar to women why don t you try E. Pinkham'i Compound? U made from natire roota and herbs and contains no or harmful drugs. For special advke women are asked to write the E. Pink-ham Mwtkcw Co., Lynn, Man. The remit of forty experience at your i CONSIDERING RELEASE OF IVENS, QUEEN, ARMSTRONG OTTAWA, Feb. (Can. Applications are before the solicitor- general for tho release of Wm. Ivens, John Queen and George Armstrong to enable them to attend the opening of the Manitoba legislature. The three men are now in jail as a result of their connection with the Winni- peg strike and their sentence does not expire until February 28. OTTAWA, Feb. agents, today received their new tariff show-! ing the increase in the eApress rates granted tho companies by the rail- i way commission which goes into ef-j feet on Wednesday, February 9. The) increase granted is 35 per cent, on first-class goods, embracing all gen-] eral merchandise except 25 per cent, on food stulTs classified as second-class and L'O per cent, on j commodities, fresh fish, fruit, cream, j etc. j MURDER BROCKVILLE BROCKVILLE, Ont.. Feb. Following a quarrel, Derrick Tenant, aged 77, shot and killed Robert Woods, 45, at Caintown, early morning. Woods, who with his wife had come to five on the farm of Tenant with the un- derstanding that they were io keep Tenant, who is a bachelor, for the met of his life. It Is al-' leged that and Tenant frequently quarreled. Eases Quickly When You Apply a Little Musterole. And Mueterole wont blister the old-fashioned mustard platter, just spread it on with your It to the aon spot; with a gentle tingle, loosens the cntaeatfan and draws out the aid Pfm. Musterole it a clean, white oint- ment made with oil of mustard It is fine tor quick relief from ton neck, asthma, neuralgia, headache, congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lum- bago, pains and of the beck or joints, sprains, chil- blains, frosted feet, colds on the cheat. Nothing liheUusterole for croupy chil- dren. KeepithudjforlnitantiMe. LON'DOX, Feb. As- sociated Sydney cable to the Daily Telegraph states that the Australian workers iu tlialr trade union convention have adopted a re- j solution disapproving of imperial fed- i eration. The cable adds that similar resolutions have been passeil before for fear that the fefleratlon might re- strict the autonomy of Australia and not from any hostility to empire un- ion in the broadest sense. CALIFORNIA VOLCANO ACTIVE UEDDINfi Calif., Feb. Peak, only live volcano, threw out clouds of steam for two hours this morning and then sank in- to a silent stage. A similar pheno- menon occurred yesterday, observers here say. 'PEG 'SPIEL TUESDAV WINNIPEG, Fee. 7.--One hundred anil cighty-fiTO entered the op- ening draw of the Winnipeg bonspicl which openw tomorrow. Therfe are 94 rinks and 53 local rinks. The Tobacco of Qualify" Everybody Smokes OLD CHliM It mellow richnen that to every ;