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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNEWAY, FEBRUARY 16. 1021 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALI.) PAGE FlVt MARKET REPORTS THE TORTURES OF iKurnluhcil HAY PRICES by Kami I'voil'ic-ls, I Alfalfa, 2nd cutting .pi.OO No. L Altalfa, 1st cutthiK 19.IM) No. 2 Alfalfa 1.G.OU to' U.OO NJo. 1 Mixed timothy and alfulfii 24.UO Light mixed 'MM to lia.OO No. 1 Bluejuliit, irrigated '-'3.00 to 26.00 I ,S'o. 1 Timothy, Irrigated J25 to Wliiat Straw ta wirea) 10.00 Oat Straw lO.iK) to 12.00 lots, f.o.b. Coaldalo or LothbrlUge. LETHBRIDGfe GRAIN PRICES I'ricos paid today (or grain In Ltftlv bridge, wagon load lots follow: Wheat Jl.'iiu Flax ..v 1.44 Oats W liarley .ISli Owing to the bliziard in Mani- toba which hu affected all tele- graph lines, the Herald diet not receive the Winnipeg grain quotations today. Chicago Grain j CHICAGO, Feb. Front-taking I by holders, with lack of support, led rails, motors and steals also strength- ening. Tho cloning WHK firm. Bar Silver YORK. Feb. 111.-'liar silver, domestic 1-2: furnlKii HAIFIELDllS HOWPPECIS 10 MAKE II RAIN Thinks Farmers iff Hat District Wiil Get Good Crops This Year MKU1CIXK HAT, Feh. In reply '.o sharp downturns today in the price to :m inquiry from n. S. Stevpns of if The market raliiea sudden- Gull Lake, C. n. Hatfiold writes from y on a dispatch from Paris, Teias, Sierra JIadre, California: i saying the country was alive with .'your favor of the l'9th uk. at hand green .bugs, but purchasing rower contents carefully noted." soon gave out asHin. Opening prices, i -In reference to tbo one point of my contract which I have with the United Agricultural Association aud which as you state is not quite clear i will say, the described clause is as it is so stated "That tho efforts through Hi a OrtiWA ST., HULL, 1'. Q. "Korayear, 1 suflVred with beta; forced to stay In bed for five moutlu. 1 iriMi all kinds of medieiie without relief and thought I would never bo able to walk igiin. Ono day while Ijinj in bed, I read tltml "Frail.t-tivfi" tho grett ft-nit medicine; and it sivmal just what 1 needed, 1 derided to try it. first lio.r me, and 1 took Hie tablets regularly until ercry trtttof tho Rheumatism left me." LOJIKXZO LEDfC. iOc. a bot, 6 for trjxl size 25e. At all dealers or tent postpaid by I'rnit-a-tiroa Limited, Ottawa. ALGERIA 10 MEEI B.C.ONFREICHIS MA6RATH.PEOPLE E Claim Picker. Trying _ 1O Strangle LeguUtlOn powerful Hum Controlling Cold Storage VASHIXOTO.V. Fob. Ihat th-: puciiurs "trying; to dtranKlo'' pending 1'or gov- ernment regulation storage wol'A made1 in tho scnato today Chuhimm Uremia of tlie iiKrt-nlt'.Lral conmitttPH. He fuTYrd that lu; DAMAGE Or f230.000 IN MONTREAL FIRE MO.XTKK.-U., J'Yl.. at today destroyed thrco top of tho hnildiiiK occupied by Idnu company, Mmited; thn Standard Limited; L. J. _________ _ HI Id call u p conference report j Adi1 rum id's Limited; i 'tin tli) biil iniiiifdialfily after disposal j liiltM-mitioiKiU; Arts, uo4 1 Evening WHh Mendelssohn By j Meeting New j uf tbe nK-i-mire uud that if nevcrnl other premises OH Notre I Sfcke M. I. A. Has Very tion on Coast-Imported Z K Beneficial Effect llulter is Cheaper I (Hy a Staff Hftiiorter.1 j CA.LGAHY. 1'cb. 5IAGHATH, Tcb. the j further light was thrown upon of stimulating interest in classic dairy industry of the province music. the stake M.l.A. board gave an morul-.s 7-8, aud held to about liiat range. easy in lino vita and grain. i'trtistuut selling from houses thai ijad free buyers at lower prices continued throughout the session. Tro market closed heavy, 3 to -4 ,l-4fi lift lower, with March 171 to 171 J-l unil May 161 1-3 to 1B2. Country offerings were a little .'.artier. 'Prices closed weak 1 3-S to rl Z-l net. lower with May 71 1-i to Cash Prices 1 red, 201) 1-2; No. 1 mixed. 1SG. 3 mixed, 67 to 67 1-4: Xo. S yellow, 70 1.4. 2 white, -lli to -16 1-2; Xo. 3 white, 44 3-4 to 45 3-4. Calgary Livestock CALGARY, Fob. market at tho' stockyards today was fairly active but prices weak, local butchers purchasing good steers at to i of four-inches durins this period, but state the attitude it -would take at 17.25. Receipts: Cattle, 256; calves, I wish to state- for tho benefit of the i the Vancouver meeting. Opinions ex- 16; hogs, 126; sheep, 51. Ten steers I United Farmers of Alberta that this pressed at this meeting consequently 1160 pounds, and 25 amount will be far exceeded. Candid- were considered but personal opin- .steers averaging 1140, ?7.00. Twenty-jiy I believe the powerful ions, and not aa representing the at- public school and Knight Academy, quality was all right; there was.ab- made a plea for a revival of a higher jsolutely no room for inferior grades, i grade of music tho lirst step toward in speaking of Zealand com- which was held to bo the elimination j petition, Jlr. Jlooro stated that iu of "jazz" from the home. j July last, they had been quoted at K The Program cents pound delivered in Vancouver! DOES MORE: THAN STOP THE COUCH _ NADRISCO Syrup of Tar Tyiti Liver Oil Compouiid toes right to the >cit of the the initated throat and inflamed bronchial It loothei and henls the air passages; the phlegm; tickling in the throat; and, almoit before you realiu il, you are rid of the cough for food. NADRUCO SYRUP OF TAR COD LIVER OIL COMPOUND i> pleaunt to the it able to the is particularly iiu'ted to the use of children. a ioffffc (orf.y. Sold i; NatwuJDnf ami Clunici} Co. of Caiuli, Limited Mendelssohn's religious music, was played by Mr. inist. of Raymond. Mi viol- Weaver gave a sympathetic interpretation of this simple but profoundly spirited theme. CALGARY, Feb. of Eva Heap Marker's rendition the prairie provinces' boards of trade I of "0 Rest in the from the the prairie provinces -were quoting! 56 cents If. 0. U. their shipping points.! Vancouver had imported from eSialand since October titty-Six: pound boxes. Owing to strike dilli-i culties there he did not anticipate'' that any ftivthor quantities would be shipped. liitrt of the composer. Mrs. Marker's voice, while slightly faulty on tho higher notes, is admirably suited co i this piece. i The ever-cherished and oft-vender- 1 ed "Wedding March." was played as u pianoforte duett by Misses Hmnia Holt and Vera Babcock, of Raymond. Lief Ericson, violinist, in "The MANITOBA IN GRIP OF REAL IJLIZZARD: WIRE SERVICE HIT! Spring: gave a glimpse of the rainfall is not taken into j a most eilstefl at tti_ _ _ tion at all for yodr been meeting toward the request put forth 1 niusician In a happier mood. Mr. so dry and your rainfall has been so meagre that you have not even had your average during the past four years during the months of May, June and July." eques hy the asaociated hoards -of. trade 01! Eritisli Columbia. The delegates, however, reel that they cannot In'any way jeopardize the Interests of. tho prairie business houses liy t-oing too Ericson brought out all the sprightli- uess and over-flowing joy the selection. Following this dainty thing came a heavier number of marvellous beauty, "Jerusalem, Why Killest Thou tho produce, an increase upon that which j province for the equalization of from Mendelssohn's oru- falls naturally. Whatever your nat- j freight rates to tho standard which torto "St sung by Mr. Byrou "The fact is that these operations far in backing up the request of. that ural rainfall is to be a 100 per cent, the prairie province now enjoys. 'T anner, haritone, of Magrath.j Mr. increase is the result and it is this The meeting having nothing definite! Tanner's interpretation of this spleu- increase that goes to produce a larg- to work on, British Columbia having er yield of grata, on up to a bumper crop." "My contract calls for the maiimum not yet announced exactly what its demands will be, the meeting did not consider that it was in a position to the temperature comparatively mild. cows averaging 1204 pounds. Bulk sales good butcher cows, to ?fi.25. Trade in stockers slow :on account of Stockers steady, 35.25 to J5.75. Xo calves sold. Hogg, selects 514.00 oft' car weights. St. Stocks operations that are to be conducted titudo of the various hoards which the this summer in your field that fully j delegates represented, eight or ten inches will be forthcom- ing. 1 have conducted some remark- able operations throughout our West- ern States during the past fifteen i years In some of the most arid sec- YORK, Feb. Uions of the country. But these- oper- 01 yesterday's soiling movement in 'ationsMhat are to-be conducted in Heading shares imparted further Ir-1 Alberta this summer will be the most regularity to tho stock market at the pronounced and convincing in the .cucset 01 touays trading. Reading; increased production of rainfall ever common lost a large fraction. The I attempted by me." strong features embraced specialties "I wish to further say for the ben-1 Wells Pargo Express, the latter lent of the United Farmers of Alberta Lively To Be Arrested and To three recording an advance of 3 3-8. i that after four years of uncertainty jBschange on London registered a new' and a deficiency of rainfall that this ,nlglt quotation for the current move- year through thc operation of these demonstrations that resets will come and that a rainfall will occur that ,did number was appealing and stirring. He.handled his voice well and en- tered into the work with flne spirit. Perhaps tho most artistic number of the evening was Mr. N. Lorenzo Mitchell's rendition ot "Honda? Ca- which portrays one of the brilliant flights of imagination and faucy ot Mendelssohn. Mr. Mitchell showed master of this difficult t work. His technique was flawless j and the full heauty of harmony and OTTAWA, 1'eb. Canadian color was revealed with good effect. I naval sciuadron will pay a visit to The program closed with a choral I Vancouver between March 11 and 10, number by Mendelssohn, "Farewell leaving British Columbia on the re- WIX.VIPEG. Feb. is i In the grip of the worst blizzard this! winter. High northeast winds ae-! compaitied by snow, which has drifted! heavily, tied up street car service in Winnipeg iu the early hours of thcj day. Telegraphic service ia more or i less crippled, while railroads report trains running behind schedules. Blizzard at Saskatoon i SASKATOON, met is iu the grip ot a raging zard today. Three inches of snow fell during the night aud weather j statisticians estimated two j inches this morning, but a howling! wind has drifted the anow three and] four feet deep in many places. Train and street car service are- near de- moralization. Iu spite of the storm CANADIAN NAVY IN VANCOUVER IN MARCH to the by the -MagratH choir. While tho general'effect was pleasing, the rendition was somewhat lacking in smoothness and polish. The male i section fell down in the second verse, but in the third tho choir did better work. The blending of voices greatly improved. 'incut. Price movements became more con- flicting during the inorninr, moat leaders recording further declines, vhilo rails and obscure specialties im- proved. There was further of Baldwin, based on the annual report. Lose Scats in the Chamber Independent steels, and motor specialties European oils forfeited one to two and n half points. Tho money market showed no changes, call loans opening at 7 per cent. Call money rates declined td 6 per (cent, later. This occasioned moder- late covering shorts iu high grade War Cemeteries in France Are Really Acres" will be satisfactory." PARIS, Feb. arrest of two MOXTIlEAIj. Feh. That war cemeteries in Prance and the Bel- "I am at present engaged In secur- of the chamber of deputies __ ________ ________ ___ _.. ins and arranging for these tests and nave been involved in a comniuu- gium arc real "God's acres" and not wlil be ready to start north about against the French govern- i tho ill-cared for aud unlovely spots April 10th." i ment is imminent, according (o re- that many supposed them to be, was "Should there ba any information'Iiaule sources connected with the in- the message delivered by Captain that you would desire kindly inform i into communist activities Hev. MulIJueaiii, M.C., in Christ me and same will bo forthcoming" ner0' Tno chamber, next Thursday church cathedral yesterday, reprasen- "With best wishes to you and the or W'U be asked to deprive the. tatlvo in France oil the Canadian Rod members of the United Farmers Alberta, I (Signed) Oj> j two deputios of their parliamentary Cross and honorary chaplain to Now immunity and their arrest will follow. Zealand, with whose forces he served Respectfully. Hattield. it is declared. The deputies alleged to he concerned were prominent in the May Day riots of 1920. The French press today is ilcvot- ing much space to the plot which it I He described briefly the work of tho for over four years. Captain Mnllin eaux has come here to tell Canadians 01; the their dead are cared for how the graves may be visited. turn voyage April 13. Eat food that will work for you is not only to taste "but contains those nourish- ing elements which make for health and energy. Children and grown-ups .thrive on this ready-cooked blend of wheat and malted c yv "Theresa. S01D BY GROCERS Cereal GxM, WiiKUor.Onttrio j I characterises as a seriou: I newspapers declare that ono. The tll'l (lOCU- meats seized leave 110 doubt'that per- I feet undomaudiug exists between j Moscow and tho propaganda In 1LUNOIS WEEKLY St. Barnabas Hostel, which be organ- j izufl in Franco over a year ago for tho purpose of assisting relatives to visit graves. i TWO BYE-ELECTIONS IN THE OLD COUNTRY, LONDON1. Feb. As- sociated small general election ia proceeding in England on [the evening of thc of parliu- inet. HennisLoiie, Yorkshire, there will be a three-cornered light between Sir Jamos -Umchclift'e, the coalition ndidato, William Pringle, iuriepend IS DYNAMITED Alvarez Ohregon. president of Mex- ico, who will in hope of establisliing better trade relations be- tween tho two countries. AFTER EVERY MEAL The sum with the lasting ped in the hygienic sealed package. A goody that's good for you. Aids appe- tite and digestion. Keeps teeth clean and breath sweet. A boon to smokers, with its cooling, soothing, effect on mouth and throat. SEALED TIGHT- KEPT RCGHT ROCK ISLAND. Ills., Feb. plant of the Koi-k Island News, a week- ly, was dynamited early today, but only slight damage was donp. Dau Drost. the editor, was ssleep on tho i second floor of the bulloiug, but wan! uninjured. Drost. who was convicted' of criminal libel several mouths ago and sentenced to jail for one year, was at liberty on bond pending a new j trial Twelve years ago the piant of j AUSTRALIA WON lent Liberal, and Aldsrnmn Cillis, the t the News, then a daily, waa wrecked j labor candidate. by dynamite, In Kasl Captain Goo, V.C., is opposing Ramsay MacDonahl. i i the labor-Socialist loader. Sir -Arthur i lioscowati, the minister of MELBOUHNK Feb. is re-eleotiou ou assuming won tho fourth cricket tost match cahinet nfnce. f from England by eight wickets today. The honos of thc coalkipn party _________ managers are running higltror a vic- tory in Cardiganshire for Captain I Kvans, whose candidaf.uro has been j ontlorscd by l-'remior Lloyd George I and who is being: opposed by Llewel- i lyn WiHiainw, nominoe ot the local Liberals. They expect a majority of j li.OOO Tor Capt. Evans. While the premier himsuU has not been abln to any active part in ibo campaign ho has been very worthily rnproacut- by Airs. Lloyd George, (be wife of the primo minister, who is desortbcii, even by opponents of Capt. Kvans, us n. princess of canvassers. cover- ed 37 villages In !i single tour. Tho speech in London by the prime minis- ter to Wulsb objectors to. cnttllttuu has had y. heartening eftecL on liis Cardiganshire supporters, and .intie- pondcnt Liberals admit tbxt tljo handi- cap against f3MB is heavy. DODD'S BRITISH CONSOLS A blend of fine Tobaccos for men who smoke the Lest, (ALSO VnOCl-KABLK IX LB. TINS.) ;