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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THUnSOAY. KKHHt'AiU I'J.' THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY as MARKETJREPORTS HAY PRICES 2 white 4S tu IB 1-2; No. (furnished by Farm Products, white 14 ]-2 to 45. Lothbrldge) j Caljary Livestock I Alfalfa, 2nd cutting .....Jliu.oi) CAIXIAHY. Foil. n. The market No. 1 Alfalfa, in cliUIus I wiis fairly active ut tlm slockyardn to- No. 2 4lfalf.i...........16.00 tu 18.00 day. prices rulliiR on basic or previous No. 1 Mixed timothy aii'l alfalfa 21.00 day. Hoceipts: Cttttla 213- calves Light ...........20.M to J2.00 hoqs Kir.; sheep 283.' Cattle 1 25.00 to 26.00 Icoiptf, consisteil of a tew loads of I ,K1'-W VUKK. J'1 N'o. 1 Timothy, irrigated ?23 to j Wnll nnluhait hutoluu- steers from Whiut Straw i.n wlroa) 10.00 I j.oni) to poande I'mrcluscd by Oat Straw .............10.00 to 12.00 local packers for 57.53; butcher calves inlil-iluy. Among tint othnr nwctlnn- ur.v BtiK-k warn Uunnral Asphalt. Vlr- giuliKtarullmi C.lirmlml, Kniltautt- JoluiMm mid AJHS linhher ut uxtrcmo (JticJInos of 1 to 4 innnts. Koluntloit ut tho V iior cunt, call i loiin rate Invited iiimuuml In tlic last hour. Ut'udlUK continued (Incline und oilii most o[ tlielr salmi. Tin- doshiK was Imavy. Closing SrJes NEW YOP.K, Full. 17.- Closing sales nv; u.s. stori sa u.s. .Steel prcServed 1TO Bar Silver J1KCIXA, Fell. 17.--At Weduf- MEW YORli, Feu. silviu1.1 session of tho Canadian Counc PAGE FIVE Farmers to Combat Grain Speculation Committee Named to Deal With Mon- day for Ottawa i Cir lots, f.o.ii. (Jouldulo or helhbrhljjo. LETHBRIDQB GRAIN PRICES Prices paid today for grain hi Iiruijis, WAEOU load lots rallotr: Wheat ................Jl.CO Flax !.M Barley Winnipeg Grain Markets WINNIPEG, t'flb. lor.al niavlcft quint ugara today result- ing from l.bo meagre reports received from United States markets due to May wheat prices show- i-'. a nuctuiilitm of about 3 cents, with lower tendency on very light trad- attributed to the absence of om- :i: news or orders. grains fractionally lower. The cash grain markets were quiet ;..ui featureless with light ofYerings and only limited demand. Premiums unchanged. Wheat closed 1-2 to 2 1-le lovver; ".Us ;VS to 7-.Sc Ur.ver; barli'y 1 12 to l-lc lower; flax 1 3-4 to i i-2c lower and rye Ic lower. Quotations: Open. Clo.-e. May.............. 1S7 July.............. May....... .July...... May....... July.............. 79 May............. y. 194ii RYE- Ma domestic- t'Si 1-2; foreign GO. N.Y. Funds NKYV YOUK, Fob. sx- H.8II 1-4; C.umtlkH dollars com. of! to Fourteen butcher belt- i ui-3 870 made stock- art v.-trr in poor demand with prices i'airly jsieydy. Good atockerfl to Sii.GO; medium 14.50 to j'jjift. i No Kiioen afiles reported, prices (steady. Select off ears J14 off I wagon J13.7G. I Winnipeg Uvaitoek WINNIPEG, Feb. Branch today were 3211 cat- tlo and 328 hogs. with load of at! to ?S; cows, j aUent of the Saskatchewan (irain Growers' association; Peter Wright, Wyrllo. .Man., G. F. of Wln- TROUBLE; LOOMING UP IN KKIT1HH MINES LONDON, Fab. have been rumori in thi extreme labor pipers of i coming crlali In the coal trade and illegatloni of a plnn by the coal ownera to lock out miners in order to bring about a reduction in wages. Whether the rumori are well founded or not, It ia believed that when the government control is removed at the end of March there will be an extensive shutting down of the mines, unless in the mean- time export trade Improvaa. British House On Unemployment Contribute to Debate Question Coming Up Soon LONDON, Feb. (fanaiiian As- sociated -The debate on tho I address was resumed In the 01' I'ummons on Wednesday with a labor regret coino tho iimuudniont lu fmvor of lie economy mut of ivastii. Kiaht lion, liunur tilted tlio government woulil tuku lU llmo of tho house until thn tnd of fiscal year. A hout of BupplemtntmrT OfitlmakM yrt' coining up, tbe flrst tu lie Isr.ucd belnu that of Sl.OOO.OOU Hounds sterling for the railways. Bolshevik Invade Threihold of India; Will Spread Soviet Propaganda Feb. invas- ion of the Pamir region of Central j Asia, on tho threshold of India and amendment. there was nothing in thc king's j China, wan begun by Ilusulan Bol- speech recoKHliinir the right of tho I shevik troopB last October it is hi- unemployed to work or maintenance.! dicated by a communique Just Issued Hex Thomas JUcNaniara, inlnlster of i by the Indian otlice. The comnjuu-. labor, announced thara -ras a I IIJUR (rare the teit of an "order ot the' I provision in tho uo-v bill eiloRdlnr the da.r" sent out on October 10 by M. Feb. I ('uemploynient Insurance Act to mget tbo prestmt Independent IjlheralH hare tauled an amendment attacking the joremmcnt inilios wero rendered homeless its lrisl1 Policy but it IB unlikely nipeg, editor of tho Grain'drawers' whidi. according to latest cs- this bc reucbnd b fiuido. and C of lliu I'lilt-l tilllatcs' aj'Woxiniiitcs over !a9 thc unemployment d ed drain Growers1 Limited. i wai '-ffectgd by the lire which totally llt today. A chief commander on the Turkestan front, to a. soviet division ordered Into the Pamir. It stated the men should "make thoir.aelTeB at- and carry on Bolsherik propo Hon. T. A. Crerar is today i for Winnipeg and will leave th Will Also Ask Correspondence j he gate- Relating to Governor- General od progress on the wheat pool sdiemo and the discussion will be continued today. OTTAWA. .Feb. 17.-.Can. she representation in M'asli-: stock generally 3oc higher; top beef' ingtou. vis the subject of a question' _; bulk to i which Hon. rhas. Murphy ask j cakes 2e to jO cents higher. I on Friday of tho government. Mr. j riogs, receipts 44.000: active, stpfulv Murnliv ripTmimla tu L-nn... receipts 44.000; active, steady Murphy demands to'know to lOc lower than yesterday's average, if any, the Canadian government has about steady. taken to anpolnt a representative at receipts J8.000; mostlj 35c j Washington in pursuance of the au- thority obtained from parliament at Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Feb. local the last session. Mr. Murphy also wants to know if sir Auckland Geddes. to the United British ambassador siock exchange has experieuoed som-------.................... Lllo U4ill null sessions, but the trading during States, or any other representative of the first half hour this morning was the British government, has had any the most conspicuous for weeks. Only I correspondence with the Canadian WHKAT- Vo: 1 Sor.. ICC'.i Cash Prices Xo. 2 Xor.. -Vo. 4 Nor.. Xo. e two of tho principal ismies appeared. j Thesa were Abitlbl and Brompton The former lost J points to 45 1-2, 19Hi while Bromuton lost a half to 511. Toronto Stocka TOROXTO, Feb. were government on tho subject. Another question which Mr. Murphy will place on the order paper relates to the governor-generalship. He will ask if Lord Northcliile or his secre- tary, Sir Campbell Stuart, have made Track. Manitoba, Saskatchewan fniri Alberta Xo. 2 t'AY.. -I Jix. Xo. 1 feed Xo. I feed. -i 1 Track Xo. C.W... fi Rejected Feed 1 Track RYE No. 2 C. YV No. 1 X.VT.C. No. 2 C.W... 180ii Xo. 3 C.W..'.'156 j practically unchanged from yesterday a representation to the Canadian gov- .at the close of this morning's dull ornment on the subject. He aske if i I? stock marklit- The mujdrity of stocks 'he appointment of Lord Buruliam has in were steady arid there was been suggested or urged and demands -distinctly firmer undertohe-fo the gen- the tabling of any lti crnl business. Noon __ _ _ PAZO OrNTMENT instantly Re- lieves ITCHING PILES and you can get restful sleep after the first application. All druggists are authorized to refund the money if PAZO OINT- MENT fails in the treatment of any case of ITCHING, BLIND, BLEEDING oc PROTRUDING PILES. It is guaranteed by Paris Med- icine Co., Toronto, Manufacturers of ths world-famous Grove's Laxative Bromo Quinine tablets. destroyed Ciihill block number 3 before Monday ganda with a view to influencing the, debate will oc- people of. India to revolt araiset the Afterward will British. as follows: 45H for Victory bonds were correspondence which exists relating thereto i Victory 58 1-2- 1923 98' 1924, 1-4; 1927, 98; 1933, 98 1-4; 1931, 95 1-4; 1537, 99 3-4.' Wall Street Stocks NEW YORK, Feb. 17.-Gains ex- needed losses al the opening of to- (Continued from front page.) tuberculosis or another special stock market, but yesterdaysi! Patients. late ral'y only Indifferently This clause will enable Jle tho tlepart- ta.nod. Issues of the sanie variety ment to provide extra grants for the 7iVin the steel, motor and oil groups: Bowness Tuberculosis Sanitarium at moved contrarily, 'Uutoh and as well as for other institu- Sumatra Tobacco were strong, while Itlons treating tuberculosis. i Studebaker, Chandler. Baldwin Another section: "Xo hospital shall Mexican Petroleum and Central Lea-! any allowance under this sec-' This signature is on every box of PAZO OINTMENT. 60c. If you are unable to get PAZO OINTMENT from your druggist, send 60c in postage stamps to Paris Medicine Co., 193 Spadina Ave., Toronto, and a box will be nailed to yon promptly. Write your name and address plainly. (MADE IN CANADA) Avenue A, near the foot bridge. In the early hours of Wednesday morn- ins. The alarm was turned In at a.m. by Stuart Knight, a resi-i dent in the block, while the residents. I who for the most part escaped in I coats and sweaters flung over their night clothes, evacuated the building j as quickly as possible and took refuge in the King Edward hotel across tha street. Only one family had any In- surance on their furniture and the rest of them, all of them people earn- ing their living in a small way. lost all they possessed. The panic of the occasion was heightened by the fact that there wore many children in the block, while thosn living in the neigh- borhood spent most of the night in the street, fearful that their homes would catcli lire. Canadian Trade Falling Off for January OTTAWA, Feb. Press.) Although the grand totitl of Canadian trade for the 10 months of the fiscal year ended January 31 was 774. an increase of over the total for the same period a year ago. comparative figures for the month of January alone show that there has been a falling oft in trade j compared with January, 1920. The j total value of Canadian exports and imports for the mouth of Jauuary, 1921, was For January, 1920, this figure was so that a comparison between tho two I mouths shows, a decrease in trade value amounting .to rnmUnmly 'lher correspondingly it habitually admits, when Track- .................182 I heavy. United States Steel eased a It has room therefor, all persons urg- -----184H small fraction and the ently in neod of hospital treatment in um, Call- ro OTer ospitals receiving gra had a ,a t offerings fornia Packing, Tobacco Products Siven by the amendments to the act had a Deaiibli efiect on com. After land Retail stores. Republic Iron con- 1 'he Lieutenant-Goveruo: management and control ot training "ursos, equipment of operating CLOSE 'FUTURES 183 1-4; May Corn-May 68 7-8- July 71 7- I l I j ROYAL FINANCIAL CORPORATION LIMITED HEAD OFFICE 1001.1008 ROGERS BUILDING, VANCOUVER, B.C. BRANCHES AT 201 Central Bldg, B.C. Ftrm.ncnt Loin.llda. U El don St. SEATTLE, WASH. VICTORIA. B.C. LONDON, CHI" ;