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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SAY, FEBRUARY 14. 1921 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PACK FIVE MARKET REPORTS HAY PRICES (Furnished Kami I'roductH, Ltd., LethbrldKo) No. .1 Alfalfa, 2ml cuttlnK .....J20.00 No. 1 Alfalfa, 1st ciittiiii? J9.00 No. 3 Alfalfa ___16.00 to 18.00 No. 1 Mixed timothy and alfalfa 24.00 Light mixed...........20.00 to 22.00 No. 1 HlucjoJut, irrigated 25.00 to 28.00 No. 1 Timothy, irrigated to Wheat Straw i3 wires) 10.00 Oat Straw.............10.00 to 12.00 Ctr lots, f.o.b. Coaldale or Lcthbridge. LETHBRIDGE GRAIN PRICES Prices paid today for grain In bridge, wagon loijd lots follow: Wheat ................Jf.59 Klax.................. IXlVi Winnipeg Grain Markets WINNIPEG, Feb. a Her the opening today an upward movement set In on tho local wheat murkbt and throughout the session values wero higher and reflected the strength at Chicago. Cash prices were very close to the mark, helped along by strength in the futures. Pre- miums were unchanged at 12c over for No. 1 northern. lOc for No. 2 aud Cash Pricet 1 2 Nor......194% Nor......IWji I -Nor......183% 6 Nor......172% (i .Nor......152% Feud Track, Manitoba. Saskatchewan, and Alberta ................197% 2 U. W.....SOU 3 C. W.....461i Kx. No. 1 Feed 1 Feed..... 44'i 2 Feed.....40% Track 50V4 2 C. W. S C. W. 71U 60% .80 Vi .188 .ICO .155 .189 There was a rather lar- of offerings on the cash market, imlicatins' there is plenty of He for No. ser nutubpr to he when prices get to the level that the holders are expect- ing. Futures 2% to higher and cash Coarse grains are practically un- changed, with very little demand and the offerings very small. Oats closed higher: barley zVt to high- er: llax to 2'ic higher and rye up. Quotations Open May............ 180 July............ liiS'.i Close 133% 170% May July....... May...... July May...... July...... May...... 51% 62'.4 52% SO 14 198 Vi 167 Ilkl rKtumitiim li poisons in tin blood b; difiet- iw ictton. Corrtet thli cMditlon by usint Dr. Chiu'i Pills. pill i dot. t bti, ill dulors. LOGICAL ADVICE! I Strike at the root of weak- ness is logical advice to I thoie rundown in vitality. Scott's Emulsion I nourishes the body, tones the blood and I helps build strength. IScoll 4 TOTO.IO, O OF I Ki-noiDS I (TataMi H Gmutn) I INDIGESTION I 20-tak Musterole' Loosens Up Those Stiff Out Pain You'll know why thousands use Musterole once you experience the glad relief it gives. Get i jar at once from the nearest drug atore. It is a clean, white oint- ment, made with the oil of mustard. Better than a mustard plaster and does not blister. Brings ease and comfort while it ia being nibbed on) Musterole is recommended by many doctors and nurses. Millions of Jars are used annually for bronchitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, pleurisy, rheu- matism, lumbago, pains and aches of the back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds ol the chest (it often prevents T'.i no; another lift' HcJalng, lug, ing 1 .-ilii Blceu- Ho PILES W Chase's Ointment will relievo you at oticn tnil yfford lasting lieneflt. COo. a %I1 or KdmaiifloM, ,t Co., Limited, Toronln. Simple Boifrfelf you mention tbU PMXI and CQCloM 2c. sump to .'I 0. W.....Sli Feed......... Truck FLAX- NO, i N. w. c. 2 C. W.....185 Condemned Track Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Feb. prices took a bis upward swing today after showing weakness at tho outset. Large export sales of corn was large- ly Tospons'bfe for the change in sen- timent toward wheat. Bulls In tho corn market made much of opinions that, with hogs at present prices, the current Quotations on corn were far too low. Wheat opened 1 to lower with March 1G3 to 161 and May 152% to 153, but after declining a trifle more, advanced suddenly and iu some eases went as muck as four cents above Friday's finish. Oats opened unchanged to a shade off, May 44 to and then climbed more than one cent all around. Close Futures 17014; May 159. July July Close Cash 2 red 200; No. 2 hard ISO. 3 mixed 0494, to 65; No. 2 yellow 67. 2 white 44 to 44 94; No. 3 white to N. Y. Stocks NEW YORK, Feb. P. R. U. S. Steel U. S. Steel preferred Calgary Livestock CALGARY, Feb. account of the heavy snowfall the receipts of cattle at the yards were light today. A market was not established but Quotations were ill line with last week's close. Select hogs left over from last week 14.25 off cars. Xo sales of sheep. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO, fVb. receipts beef steers opening strong, spots higher; early top J9.50; tew held higher; bulk to ?9; she stock steady; good and choice ship- ping calves steady. I Hogs, receipts steady to 15c higher than Saturday's average; pigs I steady to 15c higher. Sheep, receipts lambs 25c to 50c lower. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, 'Feb. today were 140 cattle and 337 hogs. The market open- ed quiet, heavy finished'butchers be- ing weaker at ?7.75; medium and light butchers were in good demand, top- ping at Other grades steady. The hog market opened steady with packers bidding for selects, fed and watered. No sheep or lambs offered. Montreal Livestock MONTREAL, Feb. receipts 427. Prices generally about uuual ot those of last week. Toronto Livestock TORONTO, Feb. receipts 1S73; trade slow and draggy; prices fairly steady. Calves, receipts 147; trade slow and about a, dollar lower. Sheep, receipts 71C; lambs steady; few choice at 12.00. Hogs, receipts 173S; market 25c higher in spots. .Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Feb. feature of the local stock market this morn- ing was its dullness, only two the important issues appearing at all, and hcith of these being but fractionally different from their Saturday's close. Atlantic Sugar opened at 31'J and Brazilian at Toronto Stocks TORONTO, Feb. out- numbered gains on the irregular stock I i market this morning, but profit tah-1 j ing was responsible for a good deal I i of the weakness in some stocks, l Liquidation in Canada Steamships forcing the common stock to a new low mark for tho present movement. Brazilian was again ex- tremely active, over 700 shares chang- ing hands while the price dropped 3-1 to -H 1-2; Steamships common sold down to 35 1-2 when soiling was resumed this morning. But a rally developed nt the close, sending it bark to 1-2 tor a net loss of 2 1-8. Noon prices for War and Victory bonds were as follows War !t4 1-S. Victory :is 3-1; 1-2; 90 1-4; 1925, US J-t; 1933, OS 3-4; 1034, 95 3S; 1Q37, 993-4. Wall Street Stocks NEW YORK, Feb. ot trading ou the stock exchange to p day after the 'holiday was charactor- mm Ilzecl 'l5' fnrtlier selling of rails. Read- hruced United Fruit. Cult Stolen and Bosch Magneto ut ruuctloiiH uf 2 to points, t'nll money plentiful ttt 7 per cent., but Uuie funds ruuiuln- I'd strong. Kxdiange on ap- proximated its recent maximum of Interest continued to centre around special stocks, particularly sugars, shippings and steels, during the very dull noou vonr, .those issues scoring further gttlim. Italia also hardened, Keaillng recovering its early loss and selling fractionally over last week's liual price. Highest prices of the day were made in the last Hour. Mexican Pe- troleum, Crucible Kteel and some of the equipments and rails were most conspicuous. The closing was strong. Bar Silver NKW YOKK, Feb. silver, domestic 99 1-2; foreign 60 j-4. N. Y. Funds NEW YORK, Fell. ex- change steady. Demand ca- bles Canadian dollars 12V, per cent discount. Continued from front page.) Pomp antMflory OTTAWA, Feb. Press.) J all the glories of pre-war pomp aud ceremonial, parliament was formally opened for the dispatcll ot business by his excellency the gov- ernor-general at 3 o'clock this after- noon. The speech from the throne was delivered in the new senate cham- bers, the members of the commons be-, ing summoned from their own quart- ers to meet Iris excellency "in the chamber of the the senate." The speech from the throne con- tained little that had not been fore- cast. The senate chamber presented a strik-ing appearance. The chamber itself was being occupied" for the first timo. having been completed and fur- nished during the recess. Oil tho floor of the chamber seats had been provided for the judges of the su- preme court, and also for a number of invited guests. The galleries were filled to capacity ji'ith handsomely- gowned ladies, many of whom had been in their seats since i o'clock. The seating accommodation of the galleries was utilized to the limit and many who sought admission shortly before the time set for the opening disappointed. Artillery Salute The arrival of Mis Excellency was heralded by an artillery salute, fired from the guns on Parliament Hill and he was escorted by guard of honor furnished by the governor-general's footguards. The army, navy and air force were represented among the aides who attended the governor-gen- eral. Deyond the performance of ne- cessary formalities of opening, little business was transacted in the senate or commons today. The speeches of the mover and seconder of the ad' dress iu reply to the speech from the throne will be delivered tomorrow, and a start is expected to be made on the debate In tha commons with- out further delay. There is practically a full attend- ance of members of both houses for the opening, a number arriving dur- ing the morning and afternoon. Where They Sit OTTAWA, Feb. will be some changes in the seating in the commons chamber when the house i meets this afternoon. Mr. A. K. Me-1 Lean, former minister without port- folio in the Dorden government, will sit in No Man's Land as will W. A. Buchanan, member for Lethbridge. J. A. Campbell of The Pas, has not given in any notice of intention to move across the floor of the house, but it is expected that lie will sit either with ths Liberals or in "No Man's Land." L. J. Gautbier of St. Hyacinthe, who some time ago spoken of as a cab- inet possibility, has, it is learned, voluntarily resigned his seat among the Liberals. Mr. Gauthier, however, has nol made application for a seat on the government side of the house, so fai as can be learned. Mr. Gauthier has not yet reached Ottawa, so his pians are not definitely known. NERVES AIL GONE 10 PIECES Menus Prostration R. No. 4, "I. TMT 1910, I bid Ntrvovt in its wont farm; dropping 170 10 I15poundi. dtdars hud no fuft of my recetnryf wd every moiiciw I tried prored until a friend isducad me to take ilrowt tit onea, and aerer had such good liMlth u I liare enjoyed the put eight years. f gut tttver without "Fruit-a-tiva'l JAS. S. DELGATT. 50c. aboi, trial >ue 2Se. At til dealers or Mnt postpaid bjr Truit-c-tim Limited, Ottm. Daddy Thought Kiddies His Mother Only Adopted Them ATLANTA, (la., Feb. Evil Swsiu, daughter of Mrs. Alice South, admitted tu repreeiMitatives of tlio Georgia hoard of public welfare In Jacksonville that she had followed in tho footsteps of Inn1 mother in adopting a number of children as her own, and that she obtained them from some one in Allanta, according to an- nouncement mado today by officials j ot" tlio Georgia commission. was married in and ihe union is described as an utter failure. Sln> obtained a divorce after four years. This liniu she and hrr husband loved each oilier, no children came. She was ihe only person who knnu- how her mother bad "adopted" Hie clijl- dren and i( was agreed that she should act in -'lie same, manner. Daddy Thought Children His JACKSONVILLE, Fla.. Feb. Her admission, it was said, follow- j Willis H. Swain, husband of the ed tile statement Saturday of .Mrs. 1 daughter of .Mrs. K. A. South, stated South that Hie children were obtain-' ed from the St. Mary's MutnrulU Hos- pital, operated iiy Mrs. M. T. -Mitchell, where the Atlanta woman herself ob- tained 11 babies, including two pairs of twins ami triplets; that she aided this purpose have now been com- pleted, and the conclusions found- ed thereon will bo submitted to ypu-in due course. It is the opin- ion of my advisers, that, in such revision, regard must be paid to the necessities of revenue, and aS" well, that the principle of protec- tion to Canadian labor aud legiti- mate Canadian industries, includ- ing agriculture, which has pre- vailed for more than forty years in this country, must be consis- tently maintained; but that the customs duties imposed to that end should be no higher than is essential to ensure good stand- ards of living among our working peoples and to retain and make possible the normal expansion of the industries in which they find employment. "A bill for the repeal of the Conservation Act will be submit- ted to you, there being provision made for carrying on the essential functions of the commission of conservation in the appropriate departments of the government. This measure, will, therefore, avoid very considerable duplica- tion of services and effect con- sequent savings without affecting the public advantage. ELECTIONS ACT "A bill amending the Dominion Elections Act to provide for neces- sary revision of the electoral lists applicable to the vote shortly to be held in the province of Ontario respecting the Canada Temperance Act. will be submitted to you. "Gentlemen of the house of commons: "The accounts of the last fiscal year will be laid before you. Esti- mates for the next fiscal year will be submitted at an early date, mak- ing provision for the various ser- vices of government. These have been formed with a view to strict economy, having due regard to the obligations of the country and the exigencies of the public ser- vice, and any possible contraction following the expansion of the period of the war, has been dili- gently sought. "Honorable gentlemen of the senate: "Gentlemen of the house of commons: inviting careful consid- eration of the important matters which will engage your attention, I pray that divine providence may direct and prosper all your con- sultations to the safety, honor and welfan, of our sovereign, and this douiinioa." her daughter in her scheme and that the father was not aware of fact that the children were not his own. Mrs. Swain is the only daughter of Mrs. South and is years old. Slid today that he had always been under tho impression tliu children were tholr own. "Mrs. Swain, in tears, has refused to discuss Ihe matter." lie said. "1 I have not questioned her closely and while 1 can hardly bring myself to; believe she has deceived me, it makes I little difference, as I believe that; whatever she did. slie did believing it j was right." i I MUKMON FAMILIES j 1IEUEVE IN OWNING THEIR OWN HOMES illy a Staff Iti'portor.) MAUIIATH, Keli. 14.- Out of 4 tiithl of sou tunillos in tlic'Taylor siako of tlu> Mormon church CM- per OIMII. own lliolr own This statement was madts liy l'ivs. Holier R. Allen at Urn lin'c'Stluiud incntiiiK held Saturday In n'itli thu ro- KUlur quarterly coul'orouce. Oilier interesting statistics liy 1'rcs. Allen were the follow- ins: population. birth rate 40 per thousand; deutli rate 7 per thousand; marriages 17 per thousand; number missiouar- ies in Held 30; tithing aver- ago per member for year the third largest tuning iu the his- tory of the stake. NOTED PAINTER DIES l.ONUO.V. Feb. 11. -Sir William Blake Richmond, the noted painter, died at Hammersmith, Friday, He was 7H years old. Labor Department Will Go No Further On Politics Order -i- I A meeting, probably in Toronto, of j Hie joint committee will be held I about the end of this month to con-1 1 sidcr what further action be i taken. War Cemeteries in France Are Really Acres" Has Pone All Possible Says Rob- Surprise at Hanna's Action Plan of Common Consultation Within Empire That is Object of Winston! Churchill on His New Job "DODD'S KIDNEY OTTAWA, Feb. Press.) federal department of labor will take no further action at present, in regard to tlio dispute between the employees and management of the Canadian National Railways, arising out President D. B. Raima's no politics order. When asked with re- gard to Mr. Hanna's letter to the de- partment, iu which he refused to change his policy, Senator Robert......------ sou, minister ot labor, stated that the as "sht a voice in imperial affairs, department was through for the particularly _ in j'nose many imperial present. "The law has been complied said the minister. "A board of con- ciliation was applied for, held its in- vestigation and made its report. It remains for the parties to tho dispute LONDON', Feb. (Canadian As; sociated Press.) Discussing remarks on inter-empire relations made by "Win- ston Churchill, colonial secretary, at the farewell dinner to Lord Reading, new viceroy to India, on Saturday, the j Times this morning says that the do- minions are sister nations claiming to say what they are going to do in JTegard to the findings ot the board. The employees have practically ex- pressed their readiness to accept the majority report, as well as the report in which all three members ot the conciliation board concur. Mr. Han- na and tho board ot management re- fuse to accept the majority report. The labor department has done all it can tor the present." v Senator Robertson expressed sur- prise that Hanna should have al- i lowed hi? letter to the deputy min- ister of labor to be published before a copy of it was received at the de-! partmont. Palmer Pleased i WIXXIPECi, Feb. am well j said George Palmer. M.L.A. affairs which affect themselves moro directly if not more nearly than they affect the people of tho mother coun- try. The principle of common con. sultation. to use Mr. Churchill's words, the Times says, is accepted by public opinion in this country as generally as it is in the dominions. There are, indeed, problems which each regards as peculiarly its own. and on which the friendliest counsel from others might be considered mis- placed, but all feel that the difficul- ties of every member oC tho sister- hood affect every other member. Therefore, all are entitled to bs con- sulted where great dominant issues are at stake, the paper-concludes. WHO CAUSED WRECK WILL BE TRIED IN COURT Oliis, Feb. ye i uLiitt.i i 1U.U..V. for Dauphiu upon his arrival In the inotorman on a Long island city today. 'This was iu reference to Railroad train that collided lastjilght DRUGGIST GIVES A TORONTO WOMAN WRONG DOPE; DEAD TORONTO, Feb. Mrs. Ethel Ruznik, 33, died at her home here yesterday from Mrs. Ruznik succumbed after taking a President D. B. Hanna's announce- ment that the two -employees of the Canadian National Railway elected to seats in the Manitoba legislature would retain their seats and be rein- stated in their positions on the rail- road. He would not discuss the findings of the conciliation board. At the end of the session ho intends to return to his work on the railroad. Brotherhoods Determined Too WINNIPEG, Feb. tives of the employees of the Canad- ian National Railways, iu answer to President D. B. Hanna's announce- ment that the enforcement tho "no politics" order would be continued Kuzn K succumQeu alter taKing a pow-. der, which, it is stated by the police, declare that they are equally detc had been given by a druggist iu mis- muied to see tUe order r It Cuticura Soap -------Imparts------ the Velvet Touch ing lost a large fraction, and Canad- ian, Northern and Southern Pacifies also eased. Industrials as a whole were disposed to throw off last week's heaviness, particularly food and oil aharea. Cuban and American sugars gained 1% points. Domestic and Mexican oils wcro moderately higher and equipments were stronger. extended their gains in the first hour on announcement of a KOII- eral advance in the prlr.o of refined products. Equtpmentu, leather.4 and oils also improved with tobacco and motion picture shares.1 Virtually all this advantage was lost before noon when tho cheaper oils developed heaviness. Texas Pacific coal nnd oil dropped almost 3 points on extensive opera- tions. Sharp rnvi.THals elsewhere nn- i Continued' from front page.) being conducted by the de- partment of labor into systems of unemployment insurance aud old age poiisions. There will be submitter! to you fur approval the important agree- ment concluded last year with the governments of the West Indian f'olouies for the purpose of draw- ing still closer the trade relations between Canada and these colonies and of improving the means of communication and intercourse. LEAGUE OF NATIONS "The first assembly of the Lea- gue of Nations was recently held at Geneva.- Representatives of 41 nations, including those of Can- ada, met and deliberated together in a spirit of harmony that prom- ises much for this great experi- ment. Much time was necessar- ily devotnd to the work of organ- ization, but other measures were also agreed upon wlrfeh are calcul- ated to promote stability and good will in international Most important oC theso is the draft scheme for the establishment of a permanent collet of iutcrmit- innal justice which will be sub- mitted to you for approval at an cany date. TARIFF REVISION ''JFy advisers are convinced of the necessity for revision of tho customs tariff. In order to securn tho most complete information a committee has conducted au ex- tensive and thorough inquiry, and has secured the views of all par- tips and interests in every prov- ince. Tho iiAarfnjM ncccysary for I take for medicine called for iu a doc tor's prescription.- Mrs, Ruznilc was iu bad health, suf- (fering from stomach trouble and was [being attended by Dr. M. A. Pollock. On Saturday night Dr. Pollock exam- Mrs. lluznik in his office and dc- j cided to take an X-ray examination before operating-. He gave her n prescription for "barium sulphate chemically he told here to take Sunday morning. Dr. Pollock, when interviewed last night, said the medicine which lie pre- scribed wap not harmful. An inquest will be held. with an express train at a Brook- lyn crossing, injuring more than sixty persons, 15 seriously, will be belt! to- day charged with felonious assault. City and county authorities today began an investigation into the wreck. More than 400 men worked all night clearing away the debris which, block- ed all four tracks of the line, delay- ing thousands of commuters. TO WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE Letter TeUi You How To Crisis Safely. Ltanllei, P. Q. During the of Life I felt so weak And run down I could hardly do my work. The per- apiration would pour over my face so that I couldn't see what I wu doing. We live on a farm, so there ia lota to do, but many who felt as I did would have been in bed. I took Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound and it did me a world of mod. I tried other remedies but I put Vegetable Compound ahead of them all, and I tell every one I know how much good it has done Mrs. DUNCAN BROWN, Frov. Quebec. Such warning lymptonn 11 sense of suffocation, hot flashes, headaches, backachei, dread of impending evil, timidity, sounds in the ear, palpitation of the heart, sparks before the eyes, irregularities, constipation, variable ap- petite, weakness dizziness'should be heeded by middle-aged women, and let Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound carry them safely through this crisis as it did Mrs. Brown. You are united to write for free adrice No other medicine has been so suc- cessful in relieving woman's suffering as has Lydim E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Women may receive free and helpful advice by writing the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. CANADIAN CURLERS RECEIVED BY PRINCE; is claimed they have not modified their original demands and the finding of tho board of conciliation upholds them iu their contention to) have the order abolished. I H. E. Barker, chairman of the joint committee, representing the Canad- j iau National employees, stated today that President Hanna, in his publish- ed letter to the deputy minister of I labor, misconstrued the findings of the board. President Hitnna tries to mako it appear that the majority and I the minority reports the board con-1 cede the right to the company to re- j fuse permission to any of the Canad- iun National railway employees tu I enter politics. The majority report! of the board specifically provides. Mr. I Barker said, that where it duus not j embarrass operation of the railroad WILL VISIT FRANCE I tho leave of absence may be granted. rOU don't want to suffer with an ulcerated ihroat ur inflamed tonsils. You don't want to DC bothered witk a racking cough that ia disagreeable all day and that keeps you awake at night. Yoa don't want to he in bed for ivUh pleurisy or pneumonia. If you wish lo keep well, realize at once that a cough is a dangerous, inaidiout disease, winch should be stopped at its very oulser, and not allowed to develop into anything more lerioua, An ounce of prevention ii indeed ivoilk many pounds of cure, in the case of a cold. DOMINION C. B. Q. TABLETS we ounce of prevention prcventi a cold Irom developing in to tonsillitis, broncliitii, or pneumonia. These tablets contain Cticart, and Quinine m pleasant form; are mildly laxative; relievo and neuralgia; nnd break up cold in a few hour i. All druggists iell DOMl NION C.B.Q. Insist on having them. Tfeey arc prepared by National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada, tJmilcd. 19 Feb. AK-J soeialerl Prluce of Wales has received Judge Patterson, captain of tho Canadian curlers and accepted the team's badge as a momenta of the occasion. The Canadian curlers will deposit a wreath of the cenotaph in Whitehall, in memory of tho curlero of the empire anil will go 10 Franco whero they will visit tho Canadian battleflelda and cemeteries. Lord Bearcrbrnnk entertained the curlers last evening, the company in-! eluding Lord nirkcnheiid, Bonar Law and Sir Georgo Pcrlcy, Canadian high commissioner. Jn a brief speech Judge Patlorson told the gathering that there wan no.feeling in Canada against appeal to ths council. Everybody Smokes OLD CHUN PALESTINE CATHOLICS ISSUE PUBLICATION r.OXnOX. Feb. The first inib- Haitian tu lie issued hy Catholics Iu Palestine will appear some time this month, a dispatch I'roin Jem- salem today. The; publication, tlio Scion's Guanl, will bu printod in The Tobacco of Qiialiiy ;