Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY THE IBTHBRTDC1 UAiLr HFRALD PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS I HAY PRICES (Furnished by Farm Products, Ltd., Lothbridge) i Nil. J Alfalfa, 2nd cuttlnt No. 1 Alfalfa, 1st cutting 19.00 No. a Alfalfa ____ It. 00 to 18.00 i No. 1 Mixed timothy and alfalfa 24.00 Light mixed...........20.00 to 2100 No. 1 Blnojolnt, irrigated 25.00 to 26.00 I No. 1 Timothy, irrigated to Wheat Straw (3 wires) 10.00 Oat Straw .............10.00 to 12.00 Car lots, f.o.b. Coaldale or Lethbridge. LETHBRIDGE- GRAIN PRICES Prices paid today for grain In bridge, wagon load lots inllow: Wheat...............11.42 Flax 1.87U ..................31 Barley -48H Winnipeg Grain Market! WINNIPEG, Feb. in the Session tbe local wheat market today showed further strength, advancing nearly 6 cents from the opening. This not maintained and during the last how a heavy slump occurred. this was attributed to profit taking made in the advance ot Tuesday and early In today's session. The mar- ket was very nervous and responsive and acted both ways without much pressure. The close showed a de- cline of 5-S to 2c. Coarse grains are stron- ger. Oats closed 3-4c lower; barley 5-9c lower to unchanged; fnvt 3-4 to Ic higher and rye 3c higher. Quotations: Open. May.............. 178% July.............. 168 Hay.............. 51 July.............. May.............. 78% July................ May.............. 1S9 190 July.............. 189 JMay.............. 160 163% Cash Prices WHEAT No. 1 Kor..'.ISO% No. 2 Nor...180% No. ,T Nov...182% No. 4 Nor...174% No. 5 ......162% No. 6 ......143% Feed .......................133% Track, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta.................189% 2 C.W... 48% No. 3 C.W... Ei. No. 1 feed No. 1 feed.. 42% No. 2 feed.. 38% Track....................... 48% j No. 3 C.W... S3 No. 4 C.W... 69 Feed oSVi Track......................78 FLAX- No. 1 N. W. C.................184 No. 2 C.W... 180 No. 3 C.W... 155 Condemned .........150 Track .......................184 2 C. Chicago Grain CHICAGO, -Feb. taking on the part of yesterday's buyers dis- closed a lack of support in tho wheat market today and prices underwent a material decline. Lears meanwhile circulated messages from the south- vest making light of talk about crop damage from green bugs. Opening prices were 3-4 to 2c lower with March 160 1-2 to ISO 3-4 and May 1G1 1-2 to 153 3-4. and were followed ly and then by dowmtunu lower thin bo-fore. Oats opened weak, unchanged to half cent off with May 7-3 to 44 1-3, and continuing to dtcllne. OASII No. 1 red No. 1 hard Corn No. o roiiixl SI 1-4 to 611-2; No. 2 yellow 66. No. s white 4J No. 3 white 43 3-4 to 45 CLOSE PUT UBK6 March 182; May May K 5-8; July 1-2. May 43 5-8; July 44 14. Calgary Llvutock OALOARY, Feb. The market to- day tairly mctlre at yesterday's nricei. Recfliotn, 249; calves 12; hots sheep US. Steers, medium to good to heifers, medium to good to JC; good cows bulls J4.75 to J5.aO: stock- ers and toeders to common to t5.se. Hogs 114.50 hid for selects off cars. Edmonton Livettock EDMONTON. Fob. 9, (Dominion Cattle, receipts 326; calves 17. quiet; some good quality cattle offered. Improved demand for feeders; choice ones to J6.50; com- mon 85 to choice steers 57 to J7.60; good butchers W to medium IS to J5.50; choice cows and heifers 18 to 86.50; good ..butchers to common ?4 to canners two change steady. Demand J3.87 3-4; cables 1-2. Canadian dollars 11 11-16 pur cent, discount. Bur Silver NEW YOUK, Feb. Jllvar, domwtlc 99 1-2; foreign 62. Bavarians Will Refuse To Disarm Attitude May Result in Premier Does Not Back Move and one halt to threa cents a pound; 175% choice bulls to choice veal calves to Hogs, receipts 12; no calls; pack- ers bidding for selects oft cars. Sheep, receipts 77; choice lambs to 110.50; yearlings to owes to J7. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Feb. 9. 108 78 MUNICH, Bavaviit, tion to the disarming of tho liavariau, civilian guard on the part of Prem- ier von Khar may render his retire- ment inevitable, according to news- papers opposed to the present Bavar- ian administration. North Bavarian Socialists openly threaten to break away from Munich 'it th-e government persists in preventing the Berlin cab- inet carrying out obligations assumed at Spa and recently prescribed by the supreme allied council, in Paris. Not Upheld by Berlin BERLIN, Feb. atti- tude relative to the disarmament of civilian guards is indefensible in the opinion of members of tho Reichstag still in this city. They believe it will result in materially complicating the task of Foreign Minister Simons dur- ing the coming conference in London. Up to last night officials here had received no word from Munich, but the Berlin cabinet was reported to be determined to carry out disarma- ment proposals without equivocation in order that it might strengthen its position in presenting counter-pro- posals on the reparation issue. ITALIAN RIOT SUFFERED DAY 1 NIGHT The Tortures of Dyspepsia Believed By "Fniit-a-tiios" BIAS C. B. "I wms a terrible sufferer from Dyspepsia anJ Cimstifalioit for vein. T had psiii after eating, belching gu, headaches and did not sleep well at night. Finally, a. friend Mi me to Ic tweek, the CoMtipation wis correclsd ami IOOD I was free of pain, and that miserable feeling that accompanies Dyspepsia. 1 continued to take splendid fruit medicim and now I am well, strong aail KOBERT XEWTON. 60o. a box, 6 for trial sine At all dealers or sent postpaid )tf Fruita-liitsLimited. Ottawa, New Jersey Town Women Boycott Profiteer Shops ONTARIO DKKICIT FOR BOLSHIES TRY TO KILL 1920 TWO MILLIONS! JAPANESE GENERAL TORONTO, 1'Vb. Krlilay at- tornoon tho public accounts will brought duwn bv Hon. Peter Smith, provincial treasurer. It la expected thai, those will show a deficit of about two million dollars for the- payt year; On Tuesday next, Hon. Mr. Smith will apeak on the budget. Force -15 Butcher and Baker Shops to Force JAP CROWN PHINCE Down Prices TO VISIT ENGLAND CT JL Finances Rouse British Whittling Down Valuation ofi Physical Properly Won't Help Matters NKW BRU'NSWICK. X. J., Keb. butcher and baker shops were closed here today and tho wo- men, who for days have boycotted and picketed -tho places, were Jubillalit. The housewives had incessantly de- manded lower bread and meat prices and when tho 'butchers and bakers said It could not be done the women started a "strike." A man, ignorant of the boycott, bought two dozen rolls. On leaving the baker's attacked him. flung the rolls into the gutter and pursued the innocent buyer down the street. Unemployment conditions have em- bittered many consumers against the retailers, it was said, but the bakers and butchers claim they cannot cut prices until wholesale quotations dropped. TOKYO, Keb. ment is made announce- that Japanese TOKYO, Feb. Bol- shevik have attempted to ate General Kolchiro Tachibana: while en from Chang-Chun to Vladivostok to take the plact of General Oi, commander of Japanese troopt In Eastern Siberli, says a dispatch to the Jlji Shimpo of Osaka. crown will sad for England on March 3. Nothing is said relative to recent rumors that he might vlBic the United States during his trip to tho Occident. That Wretched Cough that rasps your your and makes you quickly disappear ior good, when you take NADRUCO wifh CoJ I.iver Oil L PARMA, Italy. Feb. per- sons were killed and several wound- (Dominion I ed Monday night at Busseto, near YOUNG WOMEN AVOID PAIN One Telia How She Benefited by Taking dift E. Pinkham'a Veg- etable Compound. Regina, twoyewa I suf- fered from periodic and niusea 1 was to get around- My mother me take Lydia E. Pinkharn'j Vegetable Compound, and I am much better able to go about all the time, which I could not do before. 1 recom- mend Vegetable Compound to my friends If I know they suffer the same way, and you may publish my letter if it will help any one, sa I hope it will. Z. G. BLJICICWBLL, 2OT8 Place, Regina, Sack. If every girl who suffers ss Miss Black- well did, or from irregularities, painful periods, backache, aideache, dragging pains, inflammation or ukeratkm would only give this famous root and kerb remedy trinj they would soon find relief from such suffering. It hardly seems possible there Is a woman in this country who will con- tinue to suffer without giving Lydia E. Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound a trill tfter all the evidence that is continually being published, proving beyond contra- diction that this grand old medicine has relieved more suffering among women then any other medicine in the world. For special advice women are asked to write the E. Pinkhsm Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. The result of forty years experience is at your service. fcHf TnttMirt for bonflM CoUa for Vlpo-CrMeleiu ii at firrt ebld or KK throat. Jtiubnple to UM. yon jurt fell Uw Tlj. ht the tli.t it ntir Ih. Unx intimtie vuor LiTtaTOi the emai ui csnswtion, find protect CiUnt hei been for pant 40 yean. Tta bemiit il itnQUet- tloiuble. Sond for deacriptiTe booklet. 70 cattle; (UO hogs and 9 sheep. The market, ow- ing to the meagre receipts wast quiet this morning with quotations general- ly firm at yesterday's close. The hog market opened with a weaker tone, packers bidding for selects. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO, Feb. receipts opening slow; about steady on all classes; bulk steers to ?9; veal calves mostly to Hogs, receipts slow to 25c lower than yesterday. Pigs 15 to 25c lower. Sheep, receipts 12.000; about steady with yesterday's close or 25c lower than best quotations; lambs top bulk to Montreal Livestock MONTREAL, Feb. receipts 20. Trade dull and cattle hard to sell at any price. Calves, receipts 60. Market firm. Milk fed calves were sold today for Jlo: ShoBii, receipts 25. Quality not good. Medium quality lambs- were sold at Hogs, receipts 640. Hogs In most cases being delivered under contract at Toronto Livestock TORONTO, Feb. Cattle, receipts Trade brisk and prices' firm.' Calves, receipts 91. Trade con- tinues steady, tops Sheep, receipts 875. Lamb and sheep trade brisk at steady prices. Hogs, receipts Market un- certain. Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Feb. the first half hour this morning the local stock exchange was very dull. Abitibi gained 1-2 point to 52 and so did At- lantic Sugar to 28 1-2. Toronto Stocks TORONTO, iFeb. and strength of Toronto Railway and Dbme Mines were the only features on the stock exchange this morning in a market that was otherwise ex- tremely dull. Toronto Railway at the noon hour was at 70, a gain of 2 points. Inquiry for Dome "which com- menced yesterday sent the stock up to before profit taking brought about a reaction to Abitibi was up 1 3-8 to 52 1-8. Noon prices for war and Victory bonds were: War loan, 1931, 94 1-2; Victory loans 1923, 99; 1923, 98 1-2; 1924, 96 1-2; 1927, 96 1-2; 1933, 983-4; 1934, 1-2; 1937. 99 5-8. Wall Street Stocks NEW YORK; Feb. at the opening of the stock market today- was dull and uncertain, in striking contrast to the spirited rally which accompanied yesterday's close. Chan- ges were mainly upward, however, Crucible Steel, American Tobacco and Pacific soon showing one point gaius. American Sugar, General Asphalt and United Fruit were among the other firm issues. Shorts iook advantage of tbe ab- sence of public interest to depress the popular issues in the first hour. Mexican Petroleum. Atlantic American Smelting, Reading and some of the food shares fell I to 1-2 points. Prices stiffened later, how- ever, when call money opened at yes- terday's low rate of 7 per cent. Hails derived only slight benefit from the passage of the Winslow bill. Foreign exchange was dull, the London rate easing slightly from yesterday's high- est quotations. Trading became more active at mid- day, the demand for oils, steels and equipments broadening at gains of to 2 1-2 points. There was also a moderate inquiry for specialties, such as American Woolen, Allied Chemi- cal and Famous Players at gains of 1 to 2 points. Steels, 6ils and specialties register- ed their highest prices in afternoon, but prnnt-taking cancelled many gains in the final dealings. The closing was easy. N.Y. Stoeki NEW YORK, Feb. sales 116 1-4; U.S. Steel S2 1-2; Steel preferred 110 0-8. N.Y. NEW YORK, Feb. ex- hero when carabineers called out to put down a" conflict between Social- ists and members of the extreme Nat- ionalist party, were compelled to fire on the lighting crowd. The whole countryside is in a ferment and troops and additional carabineers have been rushed to Busseto to prevent further trouble. U. S. WILL NOT STOP IMMIGRATION; RESTRICT ON PERCENTAGE BASIS Feb. As- sociated writers here make considerable comment on the Grand Trunk arbitration commis- sloii's disallowance of the evidence converning the physical value of the It breaKs up the cold u well as the the inflamed of throat and bronchial tuba at it loosens the phlegm and allays irritation. You may be sure of quick relief and lasting benefit when you take this dependable remedy. Very agreeable in tafte. Excellent for children.' by National Dnf and Chemical of Caufe, WRIQLEYS and the commission to say the least! is strange. To whittle down the value of property in which of j pounds, sterling are' sunk by British! investors is not the way to attract further capital for the future develop- ment of the Dominion." The Yorkshire Post remarks that Grand Trunk shareholders will pay dearly for an early decision, if. as seems likely, it results in a substan- reduction in the award. The Propaganda of the Manufactur- ers to Boost Prices Out of All Reason BOSTON, Feb. recent sup- posed shortage in newsprint did not exist and publishers were led to buy on misinformation as to the true con- dition of the supply circulated by manufacturers, said W. J. Pape, editor of the Wateroury, Conn., Republican, and president of the Publishers' Buy- Post also recalls that, nothing has yet, jn in addressing renre- been heard oE the two years Merest i sentativeB several New England WASHINGTON, Feb. house Immigration- bill which would have virtually stopped immigration for one year, was disapproved today by the senate immigration committee by a vote of 5 to 4. The committee agreed to adopt a substitute measure tdmor-, row restricting immigration on a per- centage basis. arrears on the Grand Trunk Pacific debentures which la a serious matter for thousands of small investors. KAISER BRONCHITIS IN EXILE Thousands Liberated "Whatl have you not ieard the joy- ful tidings? Bronchi til has bean ex- right out of and Canadians liberated from the bonclftgg of this disease. Every traco of bronchial trouble is blown to atoms by the world's moat effective disease troy crt Buokley'a Bronchi- tis Mixture. Xo wonder peopla are rejoicing I No longer do they dread tho effect! of coughs, colds, asthma, and 10 anxious, are they that others should benefit also, of letters have been written proclaim- ing the merit a of this wonderful mir- aculous remedy, Hore is one To Whom it may Concern: ('Thia it to certify that I had beau suffering for over three bronchitis and was advised to try Buckley 'g Bronchitis Mixture. I purchased ft bottle and after the third dose I re- ceived relief, and before the was finished, I was perfectly well. In making the abovo assertion I hava no hesitation iii saying it is the best remedy I ever came iu contact with for heavy colds aud bronchitis.' Mrs. M, Harding, Dust- less Brush Co., Toronto. -The original of this testimonial may bo seen at W. K. Buckley, Limited, 142 Mutual St., Toronto. This miature, prov-n ia thousands of Canadian, households, will give you sure relief. It cansiot Jail. Seventy-five cents is the pricfr that stands between you and Iho road to health. Take no on the bottle with the "Satisfaction enaranteed, or money refunded." Ask your druggist. 19 PLAN IS "ROUEN" Rev. Ben Spence Talks Strongly on Proposals For New Legislation TORONTO, Feb. said Rov. Ben Spence of the Domin- ion Alliance when asked what he thought about the liquor bill introduc- ed into the Quebec legislature. "It is along the lines which I_ fore- casted some time he said. "It looks more like permissive legislation than prohibition. There is no way of improving the linuor business. The only thing to do is to wipe if out. It is a bad business and you cannot im- prove a bad business." "Have you any information as to whe-ther tlNTbill will go through as "Yes, I think it will go through as introduced. The Quebec temperance organization is not strong enough yet to determine the character of the leg- Mr. Spence stated. Murder Attempt Oyen, Alta, Neighbor Drives Past, Turns and Shoots Three Times at F, Budd newspaper publisheis here yesterday. "An unprecedented boom in acl- he said, "lowered news- paper stocks to such an extent that a number of publishers were forced to go into the market at the same time and bid for'paper. This sent the price up. More newsprint was beins manufactured than ever before aud the available supply was sufficient with reasonable use to satisfy all needs, but by means of widespread misinformation circulated as propa- ganda by newsprlnte. manufacturers, publishers were led to believe that there was a world-wide paper famlao and started hoarding. "Speculation and hoarding created a condition of scarcity when, 45 a matter of fact, great warehouses fill- ed with newsprint paper existed in every publishing centre. The net re- sult was that newspaper publishers and newsprint brokers and tors lost millions because every change of a cent a pound in the cost of newsprint paper means a million dollars to the trade. "Tho manufacturers, who had dis- seminated the misinformation in the interests of themselves reaped a golden harvest at the expanse of the rest of the trade." WON'T SEQUESTER GERMAN PROPERTY IN BELGIUM Feb. Belgian minister at Berlin has informed Ger- many that Belgium does not intend to use her right under the treaty to tho property of German nationals, should Germany intention- ally default her obligations, accord- ing to the correspondent of the Lon- don Times. The note says that this includes German property in Belgium or in the districts administered by Belgium and embraces bank credits, vessels in Belgium waters and goods aboard Belgian ships or sent to Bel- gium for sale. "AFTER EUERV MEAL" Mint leaf, peppermint or lus- cious Julcv fruit, either flavol- is a treat for your sweet tooth. And all are equally Mod for you. Teeth, appetite and diaestlon all benefit. your nerves will say "thank your vim will respond. WRICLEY'S is liked for what It does as well as for Its BIG value at the small cost of 5c. The Flavor Lasts SO.LD IN LETHBRIDGE BY STOKES DRUG CO. THE IT SUFFER Use Soothing Musterole When those sharp pains go shooting through your head, when your skull seems as if it would split, just rub a little Musterole on your temples and neck. It draws out the inflammation, soothes Musterole is a clean, white ointment, made with oil of mustard. Better than a mustard plaster and docs not blister. Many doctors and nurses frankly recommend Musterole for sore throat, bronchitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, conges tion, pleurisy, rheuma- tism, lumbago, pains and aches of the back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, chilblains, fnwted of the chest (it often prevents pneu- It is always dependable. _ CALOARY. Feb. Buclcl, a far- nier oC Oynn, Alta., is iu a precarious condition in a local hospital as the result of a revolver wound said (o have been inflicted by a neighbor, John Mc-Kenzie. Budd in an ante mortem statement, says that Mc- Kenzie drove past him on the road anil then turned and fired three times at him, one bullet passing through the body roming out near the spine. Tie walked several miles to Oyen where a special train brought him to Calgary. His recovery is considered doubtful. HALF MILLION DOLLAR FIRE VISITS DETROIT DETROIT, Feb. oC undeter- mined origin today destroyed the Pier Dance Hall and the Coliseum, u river front amusement resort, causing a loss of Several firemen were slightly injured when the roof of the dance hall collapsed. i CANADA'S FLEET THROUGH PANAMA MACDONALD'S BRITISH CONSOLS A Mend of fine Tobaccos for men VTho smoke theLest OTTAWA, Fun, ian has, been re- ceiver) at the naval department that the Canadian fleet passed through the Panama canal yes- terday, and has started on its northern voyage. It is duo at Esquimau on March 9.