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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, FKHRUAnY 10, THE LETHBRIDG6 DAILY HERALD PAGE P1VI MARKETTREPORTS HAY PRICES (furnished by Farm Products, Ltd., Lethbrldfc) N'u. 1 Alfalfa, 2nd cutting No. 1 Alfalfa, 1st cutting 19.00 Xo. 2 Alfalfa...........10.00 to 1S.OO 1 Mixed timothy and nlfalfa 24.00 Light mixed ...........20.00 lo 22.00 Xu. 1 Biuojoint, irrigated 23.00 to 2U.OO No. 1 Timothy, irritated to Wheat Straw to wires) 10.00 Oat Straw .............10.00 to 12.00 Car Jots, f.o.b. Coaldale or Lethbridge. LETHBRIDGE GRAIN PRICES' Prices paid today for grain in wagon load lots follow: Wheat Flax 1.871-; Oats...................32 Bariey Winnipeg Grain Prices wheat cr; barley 3-4 to 1 4-8c flai 4 l-2c higher and rye l-2c higher. Quotations: Open. Close. May lS2Vi July 188 172% OATS- May SlVi July fill; 53 HAULEY-- May July Truck .......................188% ULB- No, 2 C. W....................184 Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Kob. with which offerinu were taken brought about an advance in wheat prices to- day after a hesitating start. Hulls contended that from this time forward the of values would be gov- erned larrsly by the attitude ot the producer and that domestic, instead of si port conditions would be the chief factor. Opening unchanged to %c lower with March 18114 to US und May 15H4 to tile market made nwteriaj (aim all around. Oats opened unchanged to 'io off with May and later advanced to May July May 190 196 104 Caeh Prices WH BAT- NO. 1 .N'or...l94rji No. 2 Nor.. No. :i Nor... 187% No. 4 Nor.. 187 106 No. ...158'i No. 6 featured the local market today, prem- j Feed iums reaching 13 cents over for No. 1! Track, Manitoba, SaoVatchoirar northern; 10 cents for No. 2 and 8c] and Alberta............... far No. and still the milling inter- ests and other cash buyers are finding No. 2 C.W... 49ii No. 3 C.W.. it hard to get their requirements fill-' Ex. No. 1 feed................. JNo. 1 feed.. 43V4 No. feed. .The future market, after opening Track....................... nasier, quickly recovered and retained a good artvancp throughout the ses- No. 3 No. 4 C.W-- sioii, closing 4 5-S to 4 3-4c higher, j Feed Coarse grains v.-ere fractionally I Track stronger in .sympathy with wheat. The whole list shows decidedly stub- No. .1 N.W.C................... born undertone with an advancing-1 No. 2 C.W.. Js'o. 3 C.W.. tendency. Oats closed 1-4 to 7-Sc high-'Condemned .191% .180% 45 V, 40 40 Vi roU above yesterday's close. CLOSK FUTURES 107 1-4; May 155 1-2. 67 o-4; July 3-8. 44 1-4; July 44 7-S. CASH CLOHK 2 hard 177 1-4; No. 1 mixed 178. 3 miied 61 U-4 to 82 3-1; No. 8 yellow S3 to 63 1-2. 3 white -43 to 43 3-4; No. R white 4! to 42 1-2. Calgary Livestock CALGARY, Feb. market I1" li' Toknie Pleads for Two-Party Plan W. Peterboro Results Show it Only Way to Get Proper Representation TORONTO, Feb. lo Hon. Dr. S. Tolniic. minister ot agriculture in the Dominion govern one plain and important lesson was active today and very steady on beet steers. Receipts: Cattle 332; hogs 644; sheep 337; 22 steers aver- aging 1334 pounds made and 22 averagiag 1052. good cow's to ?6.25; bulls to A few calves sold at stock- ers and feeders to 16.50. A num- ber of select hogs sold at to lambs Dc you have tlicni regularly, week or so Ordinary headache remedies, that merely dull ihe jiain, do BO .permanent good. What you need is something to at the scat ilie trouble and do permanent gooj DOMINION G. B. Q; (Cascm-a, Bromide, Quinine) Tablets relieve the throbbing psurorthedullache. And they do more! They help lo regulate the syslcm break up co aetdirectly on the itomach and liver and, in, a gentle way, are valuable tonic. If you are jubject to lit Tablets in-t Break up Colds in a few hours Ifeadauhefi or Neuralgia, DOMINION C. B. Q. TABLETS.will do you world of good, and permanent good. Keep a box handy. Take them wheii you leel an attack coming chances arc, they will completely relieve the trouble before the pain becomes severe. Qury them with you when travelling. They .are safe, reliable, effective. They are prepared by the National Drug Chemical Company of Canada Limited an4 sold, in the red box, by all drpgguta. Aakfoctbemby: The Children's Education Save for it, Justalittk put away regularly in a Savings Account in Tht Bank will for the college education or technical school which will help your boy or girl to forge to the front. The money will ready when the time comei, if you start to eave DOW; a month nwana nearly fourteen hundred it ten yeari. BANK Ettablilh.d 1864. Head Office '.Montreal. OF CANADA t Monarch opeaTuaad For Winter Weather Wrist Radiolite DID you ever step to think of tlie convenience of a wrift watch in it saves tiLing your gloves off, unbuttoning your overcoat, your in- aidc coat and then fumbling around to extract n watch from an unfmdable pocket r With an Ingtrsoll Wrist Radiolitc, one movement of your left arm tnd you can see the or pitch darkness. Genuine radium is used in the substance on the Jiguro and hands to make them sparkle the time in the dark for you. The movement is tested in three posi- tions lor a total of six days before it leaves the factory. The strap is strong and good looking. At a Wrist Radiolite is money's worth all the way through. Made in i Canadian ftctory which produced Ingcriofl for every fifty CjtudUni. Sold by merchants everywhere. ROBT. H. IHGERSOU iH Catherine St., E., Maotieil, gue. RADIOLITES Wethers S7.75: common ewes 55.50. Edmonton Livestock 1SS'' i EDMON'rO.V, Feh. receipts 42; calves isiii! 8- Market quiet and packers very in- active. Good demand for feeders with the choice heavy ones selling at 58 to ?6.50; common ?5 to ehoice steers to good biucherg to medium ?o to 55.50; choice cows and heifers to good 'butchers to S5.75; common to canners 32.50 to ,13; choice i bulls ?4 to choice veal calves i to i Hogs, receipts 207; selects j off cars. Sheep, receipts nil. Market steady; choice Iambs 59.50 lo yearlings to ewes to K Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Feb. 265 cattle, 450 for Canadians In West Pc.ierburo elec- tion results la the necessity for the two party plan as "about the only safe recipe tor Mcurlng mm maintain- ing representative government." Ur. Tolraie points out that tin; re- sult of tho contest in West Fetorboro, gave the winner 409L votes polled out of a qualified list of voters. "I am looking at that said Dr. Toiinie, to a reporter of ilie Tor- onto Telegram, "not as n of the Meighen government. ;ior as a politician. 1 om not a politician and :ever pretended to bo one. .My own HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT" WOULD NOW BE LIABLE TO PAY TINE LONDON, Peb. discovered harboring a rat cr a moute in hli houie It Ilible to a fine of under a law recently paued parliament. If the "of- fense" is continued, he may be fined Lieut. Alfred Moore aitcnlihed a London audience by making these statements in a lecture on rats" which he delivered the other day. The reason why aa few prosecutions had taken place under the Rats Act, as It was termed, was because the board of agriculture was waiting until the public had become more familiar with it. NEVER MORE THAN MILE FROM HOME, DIES AT 96 WINDSOH. Feb. having lived more than a mile from the place where she was born, Mrs. Mar- ion Renaud, one of the oldest resi- i dents of E.ssex county, died in Sand- wich. cast township, yesterday. She hud lived in the house in which she died [or 52 years. viev.- or a good government is a gov- ernment that does its best to supply sound business principles to the con- dnct of public affairs in t'ue most effi- cient and economical way, with reoog- of all opportunities t'ur expand- ing our national business along com- mon sense lines and in fairness to ail interests and community." all clusses iu the hogs and 10 sheep. The cattle mar- ket opened this morning with a firm- er tone and bidding was active and with all classes of killing cattle being absorbed at quotations rang- ing from 25 to 50c higher. Stockers and feeders were also takeu up at firm prices. few good mutton sheep were dis- posed ot at this price being gen- erally steady from the opening ot the week. Trading on the hog market remain- ed, selects changing hands at Chicago Livestock CHICAGO, Feb. receipts better grade steers and she stock steady; others slow. Bulk steers to calves steady; bulk vealara to Hogs, receipts fairly active, steady to 10c lower; heaviest off moat, Piga steady to strong. Sheep, receipts killing class- es generally steady. Lamtis top bulk to Toronto Livestock TORONTO, Peb. receipts light receipts caused brisk trading with If Allies Insist on Demands Havoc Will Follow Whole World Will Feel HAMBURG, Feb. 10.-- Dr. Karl Metchior, v'aa was the German finan- cial expert at Versailles and Brussels and who is a partner in the Warburg bank told the Associated Press today that If tho spirit of the Paris repara- tions decision reigns in the coming London conference, havoc must fol-! low which the entire world will feel. Dr. Metchior said that Germany must give to her limit but that the allies must not demand beyond that limit. He added that the conference in London could become a blessing to the entire world if it accomplishes constructive work based on what is possible. Even the danger of havoc j must not force the German govern- for several which with general quality oniy (air. A few choke steers hrought ten cents. Calves, receipts 38; trade steady, although nothing choice was offered. Sheep, receipts 77; lambs and sheep steady; best lambs Hogs, receipts 736; market steady; fed and watered offered. Toronto Stocks TORONTO, Feb. was considerable expansion in trading on the stock exchange this morning, strength in the majority of issues re- sulting from the increased inquiry tor stocks. Atlantic Sugar, Canada Steamships and Winnipeg Railway were the oustandlng features of the morning's business. Atlantic Sugar sales were made at 32, an advance of 3 points since the stock was last trad- ed In on the exchange. Winnipeg Railway moved 2 1-4 points and Can- ada Steamships gained 2 points at 40. Noon prices (or War and Victory bonds were as follows War 94 3-8; 1937, 971-4. Victory 99: 1923, 98 5-8; 1924, 9fi 1-2; 1927, 98 1-4; 1933, 983-8; 1934, 95 3-8; 1937. 99 3-4. Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Feb. local stock exchange was again very dull this morning. Abitibi was a quarter of a point s'tronger at 51 3-4. Bromp- ton strengthened at t-2 to 53. Wall Street Stocks NEW YORK, Feb. uncer- tain tone attended the dull opening of today's stock market, although gains exceeded losses. Coppers were firm on toe completion of financing large exports of the metal. Domestic and Mexican oils strengthened but European issues of that class sagged. Pressure against shippings was re- iumecl, Atlantic Gulf falling 1 1-1 points at the outset. Very light deal-1 !nga in rails were mostly at frac-) .ional losses. Changes among special- ties were confusing. Trading became more dull during the morning, the only feature being further advance of Minor oils, Texas and Pacific Coal and Oil mproved, but the nsnal leaders in the steel and general industrial divisions were neglected. Shippings showed ittlc support, Atlantic Gulf common ind preferred losing 2 points each, loyal Dutch and som'e of the speciai- ies registered declines of one to al- most 2 poinU. Call money held at even per cent., hut private offerings were made as low as six per cent. Halls eased from fractions to a Joint during the noon hour, presum- ably on announcement that the rail- road labor board had denied the peti- lon to cancel wage agreements. United.States Steel was unresponsive to another adverse tonnage state- ment and oils showed further mixed gains and losses. California Petroleum increased its lain to 5 to the last hour and Asphalt and 4hir ment to sign a pledge dollars for each dollar tha utmost difficulty, it perhaps might be able to pay. "The re-birth of normal conditions in Europe and a corresponding begin- ning of an economic house cleaning for the world will depend upon a fair and final solution of the reparations continued Dr. Metchior. "The- decisions of Paris show no pro- gress, but rather retrogression." Dr. Metchior declared that he saw a black future for German-American should the Parts demands be enforced. It was either ignorance or insincerity, he added, that prompted, people to say that Germany 'had done I little or nothing in the way ot repara- 1 tions and now was attempting to es- cape out of her duties. He pointed out that the amount already paid and credited to reparations amounted to twenty billion gold marks. "Here in he salil, "every intelligent person fully realizes that Germany must make reparations to the utmost limit of her ability." NEGRO MURDERER STANDS OFF 50 COPS PHILADELPHIA, Feb. "Alabama a negro who had been accused of murdering a negress fought fifty or more po- licemen for six hours today in a battle before being mortally wounded, A fire aulphur candles, amoke barrages and snip- ing were all Ineffective. Only when another negro succeeded In locating a supposedly unknown rear entrance to the houae where "Joe" had barricaded himself was he killed, being shot in six places. their losses. Rails also rallied on short covering. The closing was firm. N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK, Feb. sales lie 34: U.S. Steel S2 3-1; Steel preferred 110 1-1. Sterling Exchange NEW YORK, Feb. ex- change firm; demand S3.S8V4: cables Canadian dollars 11% pel- cent discount. "OUCH! THAT OLD Get Out Your Bottle of Sloan's Lini- ment and Knock tile Pain "Galley-west" WEREN'T ready for that lasl quick switch in temperature. were you? Left stiff, sore, full of rheumatic twinges? You should have had a bottle nf Sloan's Mniment handy that would have penetrated without rubbing, warmed nnd soon eased up the mus- cles, quieted the Jumpy, painful, affect- ed part and brought gratifying relief. Helpful in attacks of lumbago, sciat- ica, external soreness. stiffness, anhea. sprains. Get a bottle nt your drug.-isl's. Mads in Canada. .'i5c, 70c, Sloans LinimentS VALUABLE DOCUMENTS Bonds, iusnrince policies and other val- uable documents should not be kept at fesmc where they are likely to be lost or mislaid. The Safety Deoosit Boxes of this Bank provide at moderate cost an excellent means of keeping valuable papers. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND IBTHBEIDGE BRANGH-s-K. Manager. o LOj MACDONALD'S Cut Brier More Tobacco fbrthe Money Cut Brier Packages 1870 1921 THE MUTUAL LIFE Assurance Company of Canada WATERLOO QRTARia Fifty-First Annual Statement A few significant features of the annual statement presented to policyholders at the annual meeting February 3rd, 1921, are riren in following condensed summary. Income Assets Mew Assurances Surplus Earned Total Surplus Fund... Assurances in Force. 1919 1920 IncrtaM t t Prosperity. The characteristic and qualities of Progrestireneif, Eco- nomy, Efficiency and Financial Strength again find demonstration in the figuren ot the fifty-first annual statement, and disclose a year of. marked prosperity. The Jubilee. The Company celebrated its jubilee establishing a new record in the expansion of its business. The new assurances, acquired without any undue effort, amounted to placing the total business in force be- yond the two hundred million mark. The opportunities of- fered for the investment of funds at very remunerative rates enabled the Company to invest its surplus funds in a way that will prove of great advant- age to the policyholders over a long period of years. In 1920 the investments showed the handsome aver- age interest rate earned of Snrplui Earnings, The prosperity the Company enjoyed a best reflected in the surplus earning! of the year, which show an advance ever the preceding year of being an increase of TliiinmmtiiarnintioftaS.tT ftiirr Incmnd Dividends to PoluyhoUera. Tht rapid recovery shown by the state- ment of the year's operation! from the effects of the war and the Influenza epidemic is very gratifying, enabling, aft it does, mn inercaM in tm poiicyMJtn in fht car- rent ftmr of ttoft S0% in txcttt ft lot t Year 1870 1380 1890 1900 1910 1920 COMPARATIVE STATEMENT Income Assets Paid to Policyholckrj I J 176.151.00........ t Buniness in Force I 13.710.800.00 J J A copy of the detailed report will be mailed to every policyholder in due course. Hume Cronyn President Charles Ruby General Manager G. A. ROBINSON, District Manager, J440 Union Bank Bldg., Calgary, Alta. E. R, J. FORSTER, Agent, Lethbridge, Alta. ;