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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, FEBRUAIVY 11. 1021 THE LRTHBRIDGR HAiL? HEftALD PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS HAY PRICES by Farm Products, LethbridKe) No. 1 Alfalfa, jjnd cutting .....120.00 No. 1 Alfalfa, cuttluir......19.00 No. 2 Alfalfa...........Iti.uO to 1 S.OO No. 1 Mixed timothy ami alfalfa 24.00 Uf ht mixed...........20.00 to 22.00 Ko. 1 Bluejoint, irrigated 25.00 to 2S.OO No. 1 Timothy, irrigated }25 to f'i'J Straw (3 wires) Oat Straw ............._............ Car lots, t.o.b. Coaldlle or Lethbridge. LETHBRIDOE GRAIN PRICES Prices paid today for grain In IX th. Ji'ridge, wagon load lots follow: Wheat Flux.................. 1.87 ti Barley................4814 Winnipeg Grain Prices WINNIPEG, Feb. fut- Hres showed a decline today. After opening lower a continued downward trend was evidenced until near the close, when a, rally waa recorded. vory liKht trade, but premiums remain- ed flrni. Fintt bids were eaaier tit 1 l-2i: below best price, but inter tbe premium advanced to being l-2c tetter than yeKterday'rt close. The market, is considered to have been weukoiwd to some extent by the heavy in the abort interest Tho posit ion in coarse grains is still 10.00 of-the heaviest character. Oats clos- to 12.00 cd 1-Sc lower; barley l-8c lower to l-8c higher; flax 1 3-4c to Ic lower and ryo le lower. Quotations t WHEAT- I May............ 1S1U jJuly...... 170% JMay............ July............ 51 ii f.lyj, May............ 19% 79U July............... TS'i OuU--No. 2 whltii to 43 No. white 'it j-a to 43 IM. Ciljary Livestock CALCAItY, Feb. market uu till noon wua slow, fmv sal< recorded. Practically no markej, price was an there wan u continued pour demand for food butchurs. Prices were in line with yesterday's Receipts, cattle DO; htigx 3U8. Select hog! Bold at off cars. Indications point to u. weak market next week. Edmonton Lfveitock KDMONTON, fub. receipts 100; calves C. Market fairly active; choice steers J7 to good butchers to }7; mtdiuui J5 to .choice heavy to ?6.26; common to ifVAO; choice COWA and heifers' 46 to good butchers to J5.50; common to canncrs to bulls to 14.50; choice light veal Close, j calves ?8 to Hogs, receipts 175; selects J14.50 at yi 1-j nod thli UroHpttm was at 63 l.auroiitUhj WM frictluuully itrui'.ger at 89 1-4. National Breweries was steady but unchanged at 1-1. ttrtet NKW YORK. Feb. were singled out for pressure at the open- of today's itvck market. Heading common made an.initial dccllno of 1 1-4. points and tills was soon Increas- ed by an additional point. Several of the other coalem au well as grangers forfeited largfl fractions. California Petroleum, yeiterday'o strongest fea- ture, cancelled part ot its gain and other oils reflected, the re-adjustments new proceeding in that industry. Steels, coppers and United Fruit, Peo- ples' Gu, and Famous Players rep- relented the flrm issues. The one t'oa- tnre of pronounced strength was Manafi Sugar, wblch rose four points. Selling of rails which resulted from rumors affecting the Heading gatioii plan halted before- the end of the first hour and that group mado of! carl, KIUUUHI recovery, viis aiso sirengin- Bheeu, rocelptri nil. Market quiet; ened despite furtier ctits in the crude gradual recovery. also strength- 00 Lease Methods WiD Be Matter Of Questions in House Brig.-Gtn. Griwhach Would Give Owner of Surface Share of Oil OTTAWA. (Canadian governing tlio ti'tinHfcrreU from Uiu department of tio Interior hum In ICdiuonton afid that u compiiU'nt ullldal anil n staff placed liv charge of the Issuance of leases there. O'CALLAGHAN LEAVE STATES TODAY lumLia to yearlings y und ewes to }7. Winnipeg LIVMtock WINNIPEG, Feb. issue of oil leases in tlio western prov- inces are to comu before the house of commons for discussion early in the session. Already there are- several not- ices of motions and resolutions on the Joseph Archambault (Chamblay-l' has given noties that lit inquire of tho minister the in- WASHINGTON, Feb. Should Donald J. O'Callagban, lord mayor of Cork, who came to the United Stitei as a atowaway without a paaaoort, leave I today a warrant for his arrest and deportation will be laaued immediately, it was said at the department of labor. TAMPA AIRCRAFT MUST NOT DISTURB SERMONS TAMPA, Fla., Feb. ll.-Aircraft must not fly over this city during hours at worship on Si'.-uajs, accord-! the city commissioners, as a result ol that airplanes sinrlnt Ion over churches last Sunday no ed the congregation that many mean- bers were deprived of the bcnent ol spiritual advice from the pulpits. Everybody Praises Beecham's Pills after a fair trial. Those praise loudest who have used them long- i esL The great merit of i Beecham's Pills has been proved all over the world. Tim it mtrwbm for BEECHAM'S PILLS "ttnai- cattle, .47 z May July Bunlness was quiet in view of Amer- ican markets being closed the principal operations being of an evening up character. The close waa 1 5-S to 2 3-4c lower. j In the cash markets there waa a Cash Prices CHILDLESS No. 'J No. 2 N'or.. Xo. 1 Nor.. hogs and 05 sheep. Trading on the t! cattle market appeared to be a shade j slower from yesterday's close al- thouch there was .little chriage- I ed In quotations. Choice mitcher stem sold at 19.50 and fair to food 16.50 to J7.W. Bulk female butchers I sold at J6 to ?7 for tot. Good feeder products. MexlcaV Petroleums, Gen-1 terior as to ths suspension of oil regu- eral Asphalt and" Royal Dutch rose 1 latious and when'the government ex- to 2 points. Steels, rails and some oC the speculative favorites gained I to 1 1-2 points. Call money renew- ed at seven per cent, and exchange on London was moderately batter. Rails became weaker in the last hour on enlarged offerings of Read- ing and most of the other leaders, in- ig oils and coppers, cancelled gains. The closing was heavy. eluding oil: gains. WOMEN Read Thw Letter And See What Normal Health Will Do For You. No. 5 Nor...167% No. Nor...U7T4 Peed ........................137% Track, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta OATS- NO. 3 C.W... 49% No. 3 C.W... 45% Eitra No. l.feed -15% No. 1 Feed.. 4S% No. t 'Feed.. R9% Track....................... 4flaj BAHL.EY-- 178% I N.Y. Kecks NEW YORK, Feb. sales On the sheep and lamb market the i Steel 82 3-4; U.S. offerings of good mutton) Steel preferred 110 1-1. Funds XEW YORK, Peb. ex- sheep and prices were 50c stronger, sales being completed at IS. pecu to have the regulations in force. Mr. Archambault asks the rov- ernment also, if It is not aware ot the fact that the present state of affairs Is favoring the Imperial Oil company to the disadvantage of the smaller Pros- pectors. Brig. General TV. A. Criesbach (Ktl- will two resolut- ions dealing with 'oil matters. One of these proposes t.o give to the owner of surface rights, one-sixteenth of the oil found on any homestead or other property, provided the owner of such rights had made homestead or other entry prior to the date of application declined 50c from yesterday's! change steady. Demand J3.88 1-2; for'olf ieaVs" The other resolution close. Packers bidding 113.25 for sel- fables ,3.89 1-4. Canadian dollars SCL forth that the preset metho, of t U per cent, discount. handling oil leases in caus- Chicago Livestock i Bar CHICAGO, Feb. receipts] NEW YORK, Feb. silver; ect ,000; beef steers and she stock No. 3 C.W... 85Vi No. 4 C.W... steady; top steers W.5n; canners and Berwick, had organic trou- We, and after taking Lydia E. Pink- Wn'a Vegetable Compound and Blood Medicine all my troubles patted away. I.WM nude strong and well and have been ever amce. Now we have a fine baby boy in months old, and I know that I would not have thia baby and would atill be suffering If H had not been for your remediea. My buaband myaelf aay that your remediea worth their weight in gold, and I .recommend them to my frienda. One of my aunra is takbg them Mm. NAPOLWN LAVKSNE, Berwick, Ontario, Canada. Among the virtue! of Lydia E. Pink- ham'a Vegetable Compound is ita abil- ity to correct itarility in many caaea. Thi.i fact ia well eatabliahed aa evi- denced by above letter and hundreda ofhera we hare published in columns, In many other homea, ehildleaa, there an new children became the fact that Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound malcea women normal, .healthy and atrong. If you have tbe slightest doubt that E. Pmkham'i Vegetable Com- pound will help you, to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. Lynn, Mm., for advice.-'Your letter opened, read and aiuwered by a rwoman, ud held (trict I Feed 7914 FLAX- NO. 1 N. W. C................186% No. -J No. 3 Condemned............ Track .......................iso% RYE- NO, 2 C. W....................163 Chicago Grain CHICAGO. Feb. of an increased movement ot grain from North Dakota had a bearish influence today on the wheat market. A re- ported likelihood that rural borrowers on notes would beiui to sell grain freely, was given as the reason foi domestic 99 1-3; foreign H2 1-4. ing costly delays and asks that papers, documenta and records Experienced Banking Service A PERFECT commerci.I vcrTtce IB only by experi- ence. A Btnk't value to iti pro port j OBI tely with widening of knowlvdge. The Union Bank kai been engiced in commercial banking for more tban half century has attained a clear parccptioM of dutiei to the banking public. v UNION BANK OF CANADA Lethbridge Branch C. C. King, Manager Branchei alia at CardMon and Barona cuttera moatly 1.0 S3.75; veal calvee atrong to 25c higher; bulk veal 110.50 to stockers and feeders ateady. Hogs, receipts 15 to 25c higher than' yesterday's average; top 110; pigs 10'to loo higher. Sheep, receipts 11.000: lambs very slow. Bulk medium weight SS to JS.50; sheep weak to lower; bulk fat ewes early to Toronto Stocks TOKON'TO, Feb. volume of! transactions on tho stock exchange j this morning far exceeded that of any morning for several months and with the increase in trading came strength martPt if market underwent a material set- j reaction. back of a, reaction. Oats opened unchanged to 3-8c high-1 1 with May 44 1-4 to 44 3-8, and at- bonds ter hardening somewhat further im-) War loan- derwent a moderate sag. CLOSE PL'TURBS 165 1-4; May 154. 67 7-8; July 69 3-8. 44; July 44 5-8. PIXJSK CASH 2 hard 175; No. 3 dark northern ItHJ. 3 mired 59 to 60; No 3 yellow 62 1-3 to 3-4. Winnipeg Railway was JHH1WHJ Wtlil and then something again in demand, moving up another 3 1-4 points to 47 3-4 in heavy trading. Noon. prices for War and Victory 1937, 97; Victory loans 1923, 99; 1923. DC 1-4; 192-1. 91! 1-2- 1933, 68 1-2; 1034, 95 3-8; 1937, 29 3-4. Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Peb. local stock exchange was exceptionally strong during the early trading this morning. Abitibi rose a Quarter point I gn from its closing figure last night to 51, while Atlantic Sugar gained 3-1 to 32 3-4. "Brazilian closed yesterday Price Decline Is Slow But Sure Index: Figure is 281 in January Against 3.16 in Same Month Year Ago OTTAWA, Peb. Press.) but surely prices continue to fall. Information gathered by the prices branch oC the. department of labor shows that during the month of January there wero in the retail prices of nearly all the staple lines of foods. The indei num- ber of wholesale, waa down to 281.3 for Janu'axr, afainat 190.5 for! December 1980; to January j 1920. 3S6.5 for Janiary 1919, anil I for January 1914. In retail prlcea, the average cost of a list of 29 staple at the beginning of January was 114.48 against JH.84 middle ot De- cember, in January 1920, and in January file most im- portant declines In prices took place Spori MILLBANK 25 for 35 ctt. Round tint of 50 for 70 ctt. In grain and textiles. The price of .ee and foundry coke showed a but that of coal remained practically stationary. (Continued from front page.) Board Waita on Cabinet H. W. Wood, president ot tho farm- ers' organization, headed the delega- tion from the board of directors, and with him were Secretary H. Higgin- botham, H. Baker, of Fonoka; S. S. Sears, of Nanton; H. Greenfield, of Westlock; Mice Sheppard, of Edmon- ton, and Mrs. M. L. Searg, represent- ing the United Farmers' women. Tho delegation laid before the government matters passed on by the recent farmers' convention. Irrigation In reply to a request that the gof ernment give a full guarantee of tho bonds of the Lethbridge Northern irrigation scheme, acting Premier Mitchell told the delegation that the matter could not. be decided until ifc had been referred to the legislature, with an opportunity alyo to consult again with Premier Stewart. An Immense Undertaking It was not a matter of one district only, Mr. Mitchell pointed out. but concerned a tremendously large area, and the problem was therefore tt com- plicated one. Further difficulty was incurred also in tlio fact that similar treatment would ho necessary in the case of drainage districts, which would need to be assisted on prac- ticalJy tho same basis as the irriga- tion works. The province had boen carrying district bonds in the past, but some new plan of financing both classes of work would now bo necessary. The (niestion was under consideration, said the acting prem- ier, but no announcement of govern- ment policy was possible yet. 1 Seed Grain Advances Seed grain advances figured some- what largely in the discussion between the U. F. A. representatives and tho cabinst ministers. former asked that the amendment requiring ths col- lection of all seed grain, debts this year be repealed, and this, tho gov- ernment stated, had already been de- cided upon. Government guarantee of raised by Municipal Districts for the purpose of supplying seed grain to settlors was not approved hy the cab- inet, however, instead, U had been clodded that power would be given to tho Municipalities to make short term bond issues covering the amounts ow- ing at the end ot 1820. These issues will be taken up in live years. WATCH for Monday'i grtat Hippodrome Viudovillt Show at the ColoniaJ, You'll MC beat bill Mmn. MASON RISCH, LIMITED Balmoral Block. THOUSANDS OF RECORDS Lethbridge, Alta. 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