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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, IMP JCHE LKTHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD DRAMA MARKETS WlXiS'lI'EG, Feb. 11. strength developed ,today with heavy j buying on the local market which caused many cover. The volume ot huilnean at times large and fluctuations rapid. The demand for cash oats was easier with spreads reported l-2c off. In the lower grades of barley spreads advanced 1-2. Cash flat and rye unchanged. Oats closed 1 3-Sc higher for May and July 1 1-Jc up; barley closed' 2-1-40 up for May and July 2e higher; IMay flax 6 3-4ii c 1'2c better; rye closed l-2c up. Quotations: HEAL1HWIILEVERWHI8 OF HOME, Qioraalei Mys cardinal i n the pope to I May BAIILEY- May...... July May July May Open. "si; Close. S7H 141Vj 487 462 'i'67Vi' Prices 14J 46414 Xo. 2 C.W... No. 1 teed.. 87ft Track -NO..SC.W... 9 No. 2 feed.. No. 4 C.W...340T4 Rejected Track........... FLAX- NO. 1 No. 2 C.W...482% Track No. 3 C.W...44Si Calgary Livestock Feb. There was small but fairly active market loda at the stockyards. 245 cattle, calve and 165 hogs, ol which 126 were o through Wiling to Npw Westminste Heavy steers made fll-to 112; goo butchers to J10.25; heavy cow 5S50 to 110; good bulclier cows ?S t 59- cann'ers ?3 lo ?4; heavy heifer brought from ?8 to J10; extra hcav good veal calves made 19 to heav calves' bulls J6.25 to J7.60. A few good stackers rnado 55.70. Hogs' sold off cars for selects ?20. Exchange Ratej NEW YORK, Feb. There was no change in tho exchange situation Ottawa in Throes of Political Discussion as to Outlook ,of Future j OTTAWA, Mb! tmwiliu whether Sir Robert' Jordon will he able to resume ctlva ureiniertiiiit has teen raised y press dispatches from London. The hipa'tches indfcate ttat hli heclth i yet far from restored. If such oon- fnuea to bo the cue, his retirement rom political Ufo is regarded here i inevitable.' So far the government is -without nrord of Sir Robert's intentions. He eft for three or four months' holiday rithout any .definite, destination in .lew, although it was his intention to accompany Lord Jelllcoe to Soath'AJ- had Lord JelUcoe gone there. Nc AIK PAY 1 DAUO.HTER OFTHEifoad attacks Buckley's caravan, mur- PAV KAIlt WILDS H.lnan. lh, WOLF1 ARE LAID IN WILDS OF CANADA raise their make both eadi 15 u. ,u i The ot fure from cannot far northern ot the Cuad- of Ik. p.5. I the border, and the consequent puniih official mall being forwarded to Sir Robert as it is desired that hi rent shall be as complete as possible It is thought, however, that Si Robert's atay in Efctfand will be o brief duration. It.is regarded as like ly that he will either to to the Riviera or return to iias siuo o[ t'u Atkatic go toulh. Should Sir Robert doclda araln to up his active political will prob- ably ba back Ottawa again In the early summer. Unless tie coming ses- sion of parliament is unduly prolong- ed, the expectatioa Is that Sir Robert "will be uhaule to be. back in lime lo take active part in'lts proceedings.- Araonglhe advance guard of Union- ist members already arrived, there is much discussion over the situation and the possible outcome the party caucus which will bo called to die cuss policy before parliament settles down to work. the cardinals, it is pointed] out, receive only what is called a "car- dinal's to lire a yesr, plus two thousand lire tor pri- vate expenses. At the preient rats of exchange this amounts altogether to ?U5Xr a year..-.; SUrland toolght aud Jury, .which is filUrf with LOOKS BAO FOR GOVT. OWNERSHIP IN U. S. PROVIDENCE, R.I.. Feb. G. uckland, president of the .New Haven Ailroad, last-night declared that two ears of federal.control of New Kng- and railroads tijid ;turued an annual urplus of lO.OW.jk) into an annual eficit of for the roads, and asserted that increases must ac- ompany the return ot the roads to privaie ownership. C.PIISI ,Wpn't Do it As it is Against Rules of the Unions gWTff reuiuu lurau and rapid-fire action of tho greatest dramatic value, was written by Hugh Polndexter for the Woman's World, issue ot January, 1919. It Is a that especially well for screen purposes because of the hrUllug action and colorful atmos- ?hem It Is rich in suspense and fin- ahea with a bang. Jliss presented in the role of .he motherless daughter of Wolf Alns- worth, leader of the band ot smug- lers. On her first trip to the city FARMERS WON'T JOIN U, S.' LABOR IN ELECTIONS Have Recently Adopted Plstforvn In Favor of Individual Action In across the bonier, she falls in love with -a young roan whom her father and his accomplices suspect as being a revenue spy. How she later eaves her sweet- heart from death at their hands