Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
TIKSDAY. FKBnUAnY 13. THE LETHBRIDUF; DAILY HKRAMP MARKET REPORTS HAY PRICES (Furnished by Kami Xo. 1 Alfalfa, Uml cutting Xo. J AlCiill'u. Lsl culling lH.tli.li Xo. a Alfalfa ...........UUW to 18.UU I Muy Xo. J Mixed ttmulhy unit alfalfa Jjigbt mixed to Xo. 1 muojolul. Irrigated tu 26.00 Xo. 1 Timothy, irrigated ?2u lo ?2'J AVlioat Kiraw wires) 10.00 Oat Struw .............10.00 Lo 12.00 norl ulamUwUil. Outs closed v4 to Imr.oy U to fti: higher; (lux I-'- tu iowirr and rye lie higher. Quotations Car lot.s.f.o.b. Coaldalo or hethbridgc. LETHBRIDGE GRAIN PRICES Price's paid today for grain hi Lelli" bridge, wugou load lots follow: Uarloy Winnipeg Grain Markets UlXXU'fclU, Feb. wheat j market wari acting nervous and qrra- UATS-- May July BAKblfiY- Muy..... lie today and the fluctuation in thn FLAX-- May......... July May......... Cain 'Nor......187' Nor.......190 Nor......171 Prices 2 Xor. -1 Nor. (i Nor. May Future y ho wed a sprea cunts. The undertone, however, was strong and prices were ruling lusher. After tins somewhat lower opening. May primus steadily climbed until was reached, the highest i point on tho present crop nwvenumt. 1 Tho close showed a sain of to Oish wheat sold at 2.00, but tho premiums which had been about two cents lower in the morning, broke an- other two cents on the strength in tho futures during the last hour, and at the close Xo. 1 Xorthern was quot- ed at 8c for May. Coarse grains are following to some exiciiL the fluctuations in wheat and are accordingly reflecting somo strength. The demand is ,very indiff- erent, both from a domestic and ex- ion in me id of seven 1 Manitoba, Saskatchewan, CiofiO 189 174% W4 107% 13-1 135 155 115 Tr and Alberta 2 C. W.....5Us Kx. Xo. 1 Feed 1 Feed Track....... C. W.....! Feed....... Track FLAX No. 1 -NT 2 C. AV. Condemned Track RYE- NO. 2 C. W. 45' C. "W. Feed W. C. ISl'-i C. W. Oiity-May 17M July Wt. Calgary Liveiiock CALOAItY, I'eb. practically no market at Block- yardu today owing to thn titorni. lift- celplti cattlo rulven 5: t-Uwp JJutdicr cuws -..SO lo Calves li.JO; 117 himbs Winnipeg Livestock WINNII'KG. Fob. 15.- wcro uxtreni'.'ly light and ivsultod In ISli cutllo, Jii fiilvt-.-i iiiid "117 liOKS over tbe NO sheop arrived. Up to !i :i.m. lodny thn arrivals were very .scant and cons la ted of only au cattlo and IIOKK. N'ot enough trad- tup; inuk place in tho cattle fllvision lo r. mra'kct. The hog mar. hot U alcady ;it 1.3.00 for selects. to tiu.1 limited o.Teriusa there wilt no lurthcr market today. Montreal Livestock r-JOXTUKAL, Feb. Thoro were only cattle, 10 sheep ami liogj ELIU SS calves on tlui two murUi'la today. wcru s-low lit. pricea biiaed on j yesterday a tranaacUons. Toronto Livestock TOUOXTO, Kcb. receipts 709. Mar- ket brisk. Prices steady, j Calves, receipts 100; choice j for tops. Sheep, receipts 100; market brisk. i Best lambs HogB, 1677. Hogs are a little easier. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO, Feb. receipts 'JSOOO; best grades beef steers, strong to 2ye liitrher. Calves steady; bull; vealers P.GO to 10.50. S1 ITogH. receipt.; market 10 to j 25c higher yesterday's average; i to strouy. Sheep, receipts small lot handy lambs to shippers 8.75; somej T1. Smith, ininist.or of eilticalion, upyoi'.df'il willi both districts to bo thoroughly cwtiVasscd, acvord- tiii; to of tlin league. Kor this reason, tbo Moiloralluii jttio irt Itn efforts to ob- tain to tins petitions. OH1- cluls of tho di'clun.? tluit Ihoy will get at UsiHt Bisnaturca out of t'alguiy city ami district. JO.UOU on! of KdtijoHloii and district, four thous- and out oC Medicine Hat and tint dis tricl, awl not less than ten tlKumiiu will of LftlhhriclKo city ami ill t it t From the of t'io province they Bay Uiat. at tho rato aro cuinliiK in, they vill snt much inoro than ounngli to oatablisii morf a pruvtnciu) Ii'Ki-slatnre. inutv us !i deuh; with tlie u-; a iiuesUon of niuvals lo lout of or and con- tly tlie dotnafn uH crtn1. j inal law reserved tli'.i i jurlfidictiou the Dumlniun imrlm- nuMit, ami i'l] ii deals with It to on tho sumo cxcluslvu jurisdiction In attemptltis to trade and coinrm-rcc." F. S. LEFFINGWELL, M.L.A. Mem her for Warner, who will sec- ond Mr1 iiddrusa in reply to the speci'li' t'roni tho throne. I? wllo U. Lemicux u-oiild have able, shall be confined to men have served overseas. REVISE ESTIMATES BEFORE TABLING held higher; bulk early S.OO to S.50. j OTTAWA, Feb. Toronto Stocks TORONTO, Keb. bonds of 1933 maturity were considerably in evidence in the sales list on the To- ronto stock exchange this morning, nearly of this class of govern- ment stocks being traded in with tlie noon prices at the general trend of the sales being about on a par with yesterday's prices. Other Victory and War bonds -were dealt in to some ex- tent with prices firm to higher. On the whole the ch lonwr period as may be desir- government ranks, and move his scat, around to the cross benches. The rea- 1 IS UPHELO IN HAT. son given for this was tho bitter fight: that Mr. Davidson had indulged in with Hon. George P. Smith, Minister; of Education. After tbo extremely f hostile remarks Mr. Davidson had made iu his newspaper concerning ihe'' government minister it was remarked as impossible that tho North Calgary member would follow Mr. Smith's lead- ship on anything. a special committee appointed to go j over the estimates before they are laid on the table of the house of com- mons. The move far that reform, which has been made iu the house in T i previous sessions, is renewed bv Mr. j ara stl11 J was tflG ticc Hyndman quashing the conviction Lemieux in a resolution of which ho by Jlr. Davidson however, Hies- of tho Nat Bel, oompany-by CALUAKV. Feb. appellate division of the supreme court of Al- bertu has handed down judsment sup- porting the order granted by Mr. Jus- has given notice. jdav- mornniB wneu he was asked whether ho contemplated changing his scat to the cross benches. tho police magiritrate of Edmonton, j and also qnasluus the order by the J market steady for all securities. Noon prices wheat, al- for War ami Victory bonds were as follows: War 67. Victory yij: 1924, 1927, 1933, 1934, wC; Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Feb. contrast to the extreme dullness ot yesterday Close Futures 175; May 165. July A Good Investment money you save earns interest when deposited in our Savings Department, and both principal and interest are safe and can be obtain- ed whenever required. _ Open an account to-day. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND LETHBHIDGE .W. Reikie, Manager. I scat to the cross benches. magistrate I'or a forfeiture of" the i concluded Mr. Davidson, "the govern- amounting in value to Iment won't let anyone move to tlio j By this order of Mr. Justice Do We Take Small Accounts? We do more than that. We invite take good care of them. 'If you wish to open a Savings Account for any particular purpose or wish to teach the children to save by having account in each child's not hesitate to do to became the to deposited will be II. ia sufficient to open a Ravings Account, and deposits of 11. welcome. BANK the local stock exchange tliis morn- j ing experienced a session of much activity, although tho general tone throughout the early trading ivas i weak, nearly every important stock losing one to two points. Abitibi sold at -IS this morning after closing last night at 49 3-4; while Atlantic Sugar j lost a point to 30 l-'2. Brazilian was fractionally weaker at 34 as was also t Brompton to 50 1-1. Canada Steam- I ships lost 1 1-3 to 38 1-2. Other is- sues were quiet. Wall Street Stocks NEW YORK, Fob. overnight of the terras or the Read- ing segregation plan directed atten- tion' to those, shares at the opening of today's stock market. Heading common opened 1 1-2 points lower and immediately extended its loss to 2 1-2, followed by u. substantial rally, j Tho first preferred made an initial 1 I gain of a fraction, soon increasing its j advance to 2 1-2 points. Pronounced i strength was shown by sugars, as- phalt and tobaccos. Oils were higher for the most part. Exchange on Lon- don was strong at highest quotations thus far this year. Reading continued to be tlie centre of interest, the common and first and second preferred shares reacting 4 1-2, 1 3-i and 1! 1-4 points respec- tively. Before noon the list rallied ir- regularly, steels and equipments re- covering their IOSE.CS. Call money opened at 7 per cent. The Reading group added material- ly to its losses during the mld-sessiou other leaders also recording further rected against the minor motors, as declines. Increased pressure was dl- i well as oil, rubber, leather and papiv issues at extreme recessions of l to I 2 points. Sterling Exchange XEW YORK, Feb. ex- change strong. Demand U; ca- bles Canadian dollars per cent discount. Bar Silver XEW YORK, Feb. silver, domestic foreign GOU. (Continued from front page.) city Lethbridgo district, outside the city in some of the country towns and districts there wero surprising lists of signatures handed in by tho can- vassers. For instance, in Olds, the home town of Hon. Duncan Marshall, one of the strongest "bone-dry" pro- hibitionists in the cabinet, 4GS names were appended to the petitions and in Camrose, the town of Hon. George cross-benches." No Cross Benchers This brought out the fact that the speaker oC tho house hat: interpreted the rules to be that there can be no more additions to tho cross-benches during tho life of tho present legisla- ture. There was even talk of moving the present cross-bench seats around to the opposition side. Kyndman tliG goods poized wrro or- dered to be returned to tho cum-pany immediately. Upon an application by the attor- ney.jre n oral's department. Cliiet Jus- tico Harvey made an order staying proceedings under Mr. Justice Hynd- mau's order pending appeal. The chief justice dissented from the judg- l1 Now England textile industry ports that more orders have been taken within the last fortnight than in the previous sii months. ment of Justices Stuart and LJeclr. j Air. Justice Beck, in concluding bis re-j judgment, with a long list of authori- ties quoted in support of his viuw of tho case, said: "i still retain tlio opinion which I expressed in the Cvold ri V' Daily Mishaps no mitier hew you 4re. Here's where sive! worn.-. Applied to any cut, bnjice, burn or scalrf. it injuntly ukei cut smarting and pro- I motei prrfect heil-nz. All ihi Xam'Buk sti'tgutrds your i dtnugcd tissues J "infection" which injuries to become festered and l poisoned. Henling. ar.tiicpticind I propenijs of unique order Make Za.-n-Suk warid-renowned as first-aid. These are derived to its herbal chariLCter and abiolute freedom from the animal I fits and minerals found in most ointments and salves. Zun-Buk ii highly concentrated and omical. It's conttir.t reliability M wide ringc cf usefulness are other that make amBuk A DAILY NEED Oc. box. alldcdlt-ra. 3 for M.25, Head Office Montreal. OF CANADA Establiihod 1864. BRANCH. v Bruchu ftitm At Baroni ind Nobleford. Monaich open and however, must not PROGRESS SHRU th slto kind S give full ran TOOKK stles that nrovc hcvond a rl not sure to 5t uh.it is re tnanufac- ty and (lie arc yle llirnugh the TOOKE BROS. LTD. MONTREAL TORONTO WINNIPEG VANCOUVER from front page.) Hupert liur oE wooden ships in Victoria. Ho also ivants to the mimes of tho Canadian, government mur- chant m.'irinc ships entered at tho port of Montreal since May 1918, and whether or not the government lias let a contract for tho construction a drydock at Victoria. Mr. Duff is asking tho names of tho contractors anil tho amounts liuve received to date, together with names of all the tenderers and tho amounts of their tenders. R. J. Maulon, Fort William, vill introduce a resolution urging upon tbo government the advisability of bringing down a policy having for its object tho development oj! the natural resources of Canada. HOUSING SCHEME IS URGED IT. II. Hockcn, Toronto, lias givou notice that ho will propose in tbo I commons "that the general interest j of tin) people of Canada will ho aerv-! ed making it posBihlu for every! thrifty citizen to become the owner of a house and lot; that the govern- ment of Canada should grant assist- ance to make this poaaihle and to that end. tho sum of should 1m appropriated annually for five yeans to buy land and liuild bonnes for men of good character who can mako a small initial payment and undertake to liquidate IridMUulnvsH Incurrei hr monthly as may MACDONALDS CUT BRIER MACDONALD'S "BRIER" has become a Canadian institution. Smoked by the men who made history. In the bush, on the trail, in mining camps, prospectors' huts, factory yards, on trains, steamships, in the luxurious homes and downtown clubs of our Canadian has always been recognized as the smoke. q MACDONALD'S CUT same tobacco but in new every Macclonald tradition since 1858, and gives to tobacco for the money.