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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. FEBHUAHY THE LETHBHIDCE DAILY HERALP PAGEP1VI MARKET REPORTS Silver N7W YORK, Fob. sther, domestic 1-8; tnrotfu 57 G-S. New Yerk NT5W YOKK, 01- chanio cloned wdak today. Demand 13.34 1-2; cablua 1-4. Canadian dollars 18 i-s ycr cent, discount. HAY PRICES (Furnished by Knrm Products, Ltd., liOllibrhlgd) i No. 1 Alfalfa, 2nd vuttliiK No. 1 AKuifa, lul cutting 19.00 Nu. a -Alfultn...........t'i.OO to iS.OO 1 timothy and iilfulla 24.00 i Light mixed to 22.00 No. 1 Ulucjoiut. irrigated L'5.00 to 2C.OO I No. CLOSE CASH rod No. 1 hard 170. roliwi No. it yellow Vti II-S to Gij 1-3. 3 white 45 .1-2 to 46; No. 3 white 14 1-li to 45. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, was uo activity dls No. 1 Timothy, irrigated to plaj.cj oll clltUo Ui3 morn. (3 wlros) JWW iieccipts wore exceptionally light. Straw ...10.00 to 13.00 S9 A fow COTS ,nude 1 Car lots, f.o.b. Coaldalo or Lethbridgo, LETHBRIDGE GRAIN PRICES Prices uald today (or grain In Lcttt- bridgc, wugou load lots follow: 1 Whwii ................Jl.iiO Flax.................. 1.1-1 Oats...................S6 liarloy .-IS'.i Winnipeg Grain Market WINNIPEG, Fob. jiric- os stiffened to some oxtout today on 1 reports of some export business bui i fluctuations were within narrow lim- its, with rather slow trading and scarce cash business. Premiums wore unchanged, offerings being small and ]tbe demand limited. Wheat futures j closed 1 1-i to L'c higher. TlJU coarse grains situation was practically unchanged. Oats closed 1 1-8 to 1 l-4c higher; barley l-4c higher to 1-llc lower; flax 1-2 to o-4c lower and rye ye higher. Quotations: tho principal drafts at steady prices. Ono load of choice heavy feeders changed bauds at All other branches o" ttw market wore listless ]with uuotations steady and no offer- ings. I Chicago Liveeteck CHICAGO, Feb. receipts WHEAT-, May July....... Slay...... July....... jMay....... July....... May....... July Way....... Opeu. 01% Close. 1S5 Lord Milner's Recommendation of Kelf-Government To Be Tiefore Imperial Con- ference LONDON, Fob. of tho British dominions, who will meet bore this summer will bo asked to decide upon tho recommendations BOSTON OPPOSING ST. LAWRENCE CANAL 11O8TON. Feb. to I'm rlvur tidim-ater project by thv Nuw Kug- laad Truffle urged in u report of a tpttdal oommitteo at the Uoaton i of uomioorco made public today. Tbo noniinlltco oxpresn- od the opinion that, tbe proposed im- 1 provemeut uf tbe iiitoriuitiouul WAlor- way "would mora likely ucerue to boueflt of tho IJomluloji of Canada, rather to tho (section of tho country which Is HO euergeUcally pushing it." Morp than ona-half ot tho taxation which would levied in tho United StateB for the cost of tho watonvay I which is eeUunted at frtmi one huu- dred to million dollars, j the Report said, would (all upon New i England. New York and Ponnsrlranla i while the return would bo slight in comparison. Nasinasin Irrigation Development Association Pleads for No Delay Feels Certain That Government o- AppreciateM Situation Will Do Its und rt.n ,tt. v of Lord Miiuer, former colonial sec- 1 OOP; retaiy. that neBOtiations for according steers 50 to 76c Wgher. Good to Bolf.governmcnt to Egypt bo bcgun, choice sho stock 25 to 50u otlicr grudw steady; calves 25c lower; ALL AGREEABLE Tbo following from tue JIaslharin Irrigation Dovjlojiiucnt Association ban been rent to Tho UcroU for pub- lication: In several ot youi- issues lately there has boca conslilerable said and written about tho position of tho Gov- ernment on (lie irrigation question. Now, the Masinusin Irrigation Devel- opment Association is just as much interested in tbis question as all tbe other associations and at first it seemed Very discouraging to us after all wo have been through.the past HIGH SCHOOL STRATFORD, Ceoo., Stratford's hlvh school, u throo brick bulldiui; with was burned today. The in aboif out tho wliolu project, which now luo'lu. with all tho nthisr diBtrlas, will roquiro from soventy-flvo to oilc lum- tlrcd million tiolliirs, IjOt not criticise tho (Jovornmont till wn havo Esomctliiug to criticise on, but iflvo all our aid and help to the suociisarul termination of tliis gi'eat project which will turn a. deecrt such us this titmth couutry into a veri- table (Jiinlcn of Kdeu. Many of thoso smaller projects should bo united mid not have so many different out. I believe the New Dayton Irriga- tion Development Association and the Mariinusiu Irrigation Development As- sociation should l-o united in one dis- trict with an equal number of officers from cuch, us each joiau one uootliur. four years to think of having to wait and obtains their water from the same! stockura and feeders 50 to 75c kiKber. rn narH-nm-nf vc wa, !Lat ni___ iations should be entered upon Hays the Daily Mail. Lord Milncr'a j .dations were included in a j cgot-1 upon with-1 out undue delay. i "Granting self-government to Egypt i under tho provisions iof Lord Mil-' ner's says thoVowspaper, departure of the highest constitut- Sheep, receipts mostly direct; compared with week ago, fat lambs and yearlings 25 to 50c higher. Fat sheep 50c to higher; feeder latnbs 2G to 50c. Edmonton Livestock EDMONTON, Feb. 1 (Dominion I fell whilo rlghting to preserve thei Cattle receipts CS; calves Suez canal and the Egyptian hinter-! none, with about 100 head held over; it is probable tho dominions may1 on the market for sale Monday. With decided opinions on the sub- 1 light receipts the market this morn-jjeet" ing was steady with prices itbout -K known the Mail asserts, that steady with yesterday's close. i Lol.a Miincr-s ideas are not approved tho government caucus this afternoon r colleagues in the ...l.hlr! ional -interest. Since dominion troops j Ugly KumorS About Retaliation Against Liberals Heard in Halls -At the close of 5S; selects selling 190 191 163 by all bis former cabinet, especially Winston Churchill, the new colonial secretary. Cash Prices J-'o. 1 Nor... 1.31 No. a Nor... IS i No. 5 Feed.......... Track, Manitoba, uud Alberts No. 2 O.W.. -19 Extra No. 1 feed 1 f-ed....... Track No. 3 C.W... 35'i Fec-d Track -----f...... No. 1 N. W. C. No. 2 C.W...lSOVi Condemned Track .1.. No. 2C. C.P.R. Sales NEW YORK, Fob. U.S. Steel S3 5-S; .U.S. Steel preferred 110 3-S (bid I price.) Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Feb. that jlho southwest wheat belt is weil Trat- Xo. 2 N'or...lSS .No. 4 Nor... 179 No. Ij Nor... 150 ..............110 Saskatchewan ..............191 Xo. 3 -15T. No, i C.W. ..............184% No. 3 C.W...170 Hogs, receipts 513.75 off cars. Sheep, receipts none. No sheep sales recorded. Markot changed. Yoronto Stocks TORONTO, Feb. wai general auoug .stocks traded in dur- jing this morning's session of the Tor- !onto stock exchange but declines did net extend over 2 points in any case. The majority of losses were fractional. With transactions of over 500 shares recorded, Toronto Railway lost 1 3-1, di-opping from a Tvcalc opening at 70 1-2. Brompton Mas lower by 1 .1-4 to -16 3-i and Spanish River lost one at 70. Brazilian. 'Canada Steamships and Dominion Steel Corporation were weaker. Canada Steamships common gained a fraction. Noon prices for War and Victory loans today War 911-4; 1531, 93 1-2; 1037, 87 3-1. Victory 88 1-2; 9S 1-2; 1924, 9ti 3-S; 1933, 98 1-2; 193-1, 95 3-S; 1937, 99 5-8. Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Feb. 1 the. local stock exchange was fairly I active during the early trading this I mornlns, nothing of much importance i ___________ developed, the loaders, for the most! sociated iu the third part remaining unchanged around yesterday's close. '-Brompton lost a half point in tho first hour to 4f, while Breweries were fractionally weaker at 52. Wall Street Stocki NEW YORK, FeD. Shorts made free we today of further unfavorable developments affecting tho oil and shippings. Advices from Mexico caua- ered as a result of yesterday's rain ed declines of 1 to 4 1-2 points in and snow, continued to have a bearish Mexican Petroleum, Pan-American 'effect on the market today. There Petroleum and European issues. At- Iwas free selling by local traders at lantic Gulf added 5 T-2 points to yes- 'the start but on the break, commis- terday's severe- break. In most ra- sioii houses became good buyers and stances lowest prices wore made. Rails surplus was taken off tho market, were comparatively strong but trading Opening unchanged to le lower with in that group was. nominal. Irregular March 166 to 1ST and Slay 157 to rallies on short covering marked tho 157 1-3 there was a rally which 'car- later dealings. The close was heavy, ried prices above yesterday's close, ami Sales approximated 400.00 shares, then a setback after which, prices i Selling of olt and shippings in very started upward. largo volume was resumed at the Oats showed some strength, at tho opening of today's stock market, start but soon became affected by Within the first few minutes losses of other grains. After opening 1-8 to 1 to 5 wore registered by Royal Dutch, l-4o higher, including May at 45 1-2 to General Asphalt, Meiican Petroleum, Old Country Football Scores Cup Ties LONDON, Feb. 19. (Canadian As- sociated Press.) Tho feature of the games In tho English cup tie series third round, played today, was the defeat of the Burnley team, which has hitherto been undefeated in both cup tie and league fixtures, by Hull by a score of 3 to 0. Kestults of the tie cup gamoa follow Ecerton 3; Newcastle 0. Aston Villa 2; lludderslicld 0. Plymouth 0; Chelsea 0. Luton 2; Preston N.K. 3. Southend 1; Tottenham Hotspurs 4. Southampton 0; CurdiCt 1. Hull 3; Burnley 0. 0; Wolverhampton 1. Scotch Cup Ties GLASGOW, Feb. (Canadian As- round of the Scottish cup tie games played today were Dnndee 0; Aberdeen 0. Armadale 2; Albion Hovers Rangers 0; Alioa 0. Hamilton 0; Hearts 1. Ayr 1; Motherwell 1. Dumbarton 5; Nithsdale Bast Sterling 1; Partick a. Scottish League KilmarnocH 2; Airdrio 0. Morton 1; Mirren 0. Lanark 0; Hibernians Clyde 2; Queen's Park 0. Clydebank 1; Falkirk 2. League Games had been complete unanimity among gen- five or perhaps tou years to obtain the needed relief. fact many don't see how they can hold on unless we have plenty of moisture, but be that as it may, we have got to start this on a solid and sound financial basis or it will never be a go. The is undoubtedly correct, in fact 1 believe ,they were given tuo correct information and published it ns a guess so as aot to betray the LOUTCO of information giv- en them. If you will notice, several financial papers bavo taken the mat- ter np in editorials and they prefer the plan outlined by Tho Herald as the most souud and feasible one. This province has made a success of school debentures and tbey are picked up at once as soon as issued as good, Bound investments. Now, if tho irrigation project'can be put on us solid a foundation as the source. tbe. members with regard to tbe oral matters of policy discussed and that there was evidence of plenty of zeal on their part. Asked if the situation regarding "pairs" had been discussed Premier Meighen stated that there had becii a great deal of indignation expressed by differcut members over the action j of the Liberals, but nothing in thoi way of retaliatory measures had been seriously talseu up. The tiuestiou oil Saturday sittings in the near future) had not been decided, Mr. Meighcni' stated. During the caucus a straight warn-j ing was given to members that in re- i gard to the pairs situation they must remain in and about tho chamber so that they would he within call at anyj tiino they wero needed on divisions.! Government action with regard to j tbe opposition refusal to grant pairs has been awaited with keen interest, j Leadins members of the party pressed opinions this morning that re-! taliatory measures should exceed .the I already" threatened Saturday sittings, and ii was rumored that a regular policy of reprisal would be iuaugur-; ated. It developed today that J. P.] Molloy (Provencber) had voluntarily i paired with Dr..S. F. Tolmie, minister i of agriculture, wio was called to the' west by the sickness of his brother. j It was originally stated that W. II. i Whito (Victoria) hud paired with the minister. A. L. Davidson j government maritime whip, is now J looking for a pair for A. McGregor I (I'iotou) who is sick. j L. T. Pacaud (Megantic) had for-! nieriy paired with Mr. McGregor, hut; it is not yet known if this arrange-' i incut will hold good. school debentures are, there will he no further trouble about raising as many millions as are needed to carry Any othur district that, gels its crater from tho same source as the above two districts do should also be brought in and inalio ouo bond issue cover tho whoio rather than have so many separate issues. The Legislature is now In session i and let us all wait patiently for tboj verdict before criticising. This question A'ill malic or break this south country. The Government, knows it and is alive to tbe situation. I don't believe they are fioinjr to cast against it. as they are desirous i of. relieving themselves of the enor- mous burden in supplying the people of tbe soilth country wit! seed, feed for stock and provisions, which has amounted to millions of. dollars dur- ing the past four roars. Masinasin Irrigation Development Association By Win. N. Mcrriam, Ono 01! tho Committee. Wholesale Arrests Canadians With Coughs Hill! V.'ho tluraf wit It friend! Stop cough! you jiro un4w arrant. Thfcufl- tmds of iuc't amitt are Wing iu til of Canada. ToV liBTfl fionjflii and colds evidrd jnittet and caused untold snflVring to huniaaitv. but at Jait they btve and Can- ftmouc Bronchitis Mixture. Did yott ever of this wonderful remadyf, every body is talking'and writ-- Ing about, the great -work if ii doing- in. wring eonghs, eoldi, broncUtia, asthma, otf. Tht is ono o' thoaMatU; accepti my thanks for benefit my wife derived by the USQ of one of ytwV bottles of Bronchitis Mixture. For thirteen years ahe has acutely. After spending dollar after i dollar upon various remedies, no ie-' lifjf wu obtained. Hearing of your! moffc marrelous she deeided to; ona 'bottle has made her well. You: at liberty to me my nams anij! should be only too pleased to anawtr inquiries. Sincerely youre, John! Holmea, YorkviHe orig-t inal of this lettrr may aean at.' W. K. Buckie.r. Limited, 142 Mutual! St., Toronto. Dmi'l allow a cough eold to linger Trith vott. Away wit.li' it! Hail Buckley'a Mixture ajwl nava; cough arrested. This remedy never fails. On every bottlo ii to refund the money if not, ut IB fac- tory. DeUja are diiBgerouf. mow from JOHT Droggiit "V SOLD IN LETHBRIDGE BY STOKES DRUG CO. LONDON, Feb. Can. Assd. i MEMORIAL FOR THE 45 5-8. rally. There was a setback and then CLOSE FUTURES. 170; May Itio. 70 3-4; July 72 o-S. 43 3-4; July 45 3-4. Pan-American Petroleum and Atlantii Gulf and West Indies. The latter at 49 3-4 made a new low record for current movement. Motors and their j subsidiaries were lower with leather i and rails. Exchange on London waa unchanged from yesterday's setback. If There's Any Question Aether coffee causes sleepless nights follow- ed by drowsy change to INSTANTPDSTUM This table drink is pure and wholesome.has a flavor that pleases, and is made instantly in the cup. 'You can make Instant Postum strong or mild to suit individuaTtastP., there is no waste, and whether you need one cup or ten- it's always ready. "There s a. Reason" Jbstom Canadian Rrttum Cereal Wlndtor, Ontario. Results league seines play- j ed today follows: First Division Arsenal 2; Oldbam 2. Blackburn E. 1; Sheffield U. 1 Bradford City 0; Livcriiool 1. Middlesbro 2; Bradford 1. Sscond Division Birmingham-0; Claptou C. Blackpool 0; RoLUerbum C. 1. LoedB U. 0; Stockport C. 2. Leicester C. 2; Nottingham F. (j. Xotts' county 0; Port Yale I. Tho Wednesday 1; Soutk Shields 1. Wostham United 0; Buiy 1. Third Division Brentford 0; Swindon 1. Brigbton and H. MIllKall A. 0. Bristol R. 3; Portsmouth 2. Crystal Palace 2; Newport C. 0. Grlmsby 2; Exeter City 0. Norwich City 2; Gilliugbam 1. Heading 0; Watford 0. Swansea 1; Mertbyr C. 0. Rugby Rssults LONDON, Feb. tlio rugby fjoml-ftual "championship game played today bohvoon Lolccstorahtrc and Yorkshire the former by s to 5. Other rugby games played today re- sulted as follows: Northern Union Battlcy 7; Koighley 3. Bramlcy 0; Huddersfield 0. Brougbtou 14; Wtgan S. Barrow 25; St. Helens D. Dewsbury 20; Bradford Hull 26; Hunslet Leeds 7; Wakclleld S. Rochdalo 4; Halifax 5. Salford 7; Warringtoii 13. Widnco 7; Swlutou 2. Vork a; Hull Kincstoii 11. Oldham 8; St. Helens Hou. 2. LATEM, R.JENNINGS 1 I EDMONTON. Feb. 1 circle of friends of the late Jen-; nings. editor and managing director of i tho Edmonton Journal, who passed away at Victoria, B.C., last Wodnes- day have btarted a movement to pro- I vide a lasting memorial in the form of. a stained glass window to ba plac- ed in Christ Church. It is felt that such a memorial vould express in part the feelings of sympathy and regard voiced iu telegrams received from all parts of the Dominion and from, distant places. The "Jennings Memorial -Fund" with headquarters at the Bank of Montreal, Edmonton, was oiiejiji today with a committee of niuo prominent citizens in charge. TRYING TO GET SCHOOL. KIDDIES BACK WESTMINSTER, Feb. Tlio first move to sottlc the strike, 75 teachers and send -children back to school was made today when tha school board decided to call a con- ferencd of representatives of tbe teachers, the board and Lho Now t board of trade. This is f considered lo be a concession on tho' j part of the board, The teachers' association ivitl send three representatives to the meeting. ASK GOVERNMENT TO FORCE UP COTTON PRICE LONDON, Feb. Lloyd Geoi-ge has been approached by rep- resentatives of tho co-operative syn- dicato formed in Egypt in January to boh! quantities of cotton In sa ef- fort to raieo tho prlco of tho commod- ity. They urged the premier to roc- ommend that the government buy tho two milllort oantarB tho syndicate holds. (The cantar ranges from 100 to 130 The syndicate's rep- resentatives assert that action by tho government would force up tho pi'fco of cotton. ACTOR DIES NEW YORK, Fob. Staa- ford, uctor, wbo played leading roles In London aud New Vork theatres, I died yesterday at his homo at Groat i Hills, N.V., it. was announced today. I Ho first afipoiH'Cd Iu New York iu 1900 with Sir Henry Irvinj; and Eiicn Terry in Robespierre. lie was boru in Ramlo'n, Egypt, D2 years ago. CANADA DOCKS HALIFAX Feb. days and 12 hours from Liverpool the White Star Dominion liner Canada ar- rived In port this morning with CM "DODDS KIDNEY PILLS 9J WHERE can you find a more pleasing picture than a group of young, healthy, vigorous girls play- ing tennia? Alert, quick to think, and quick to act, their faces aglow enthusiasm and radiant health. How many there are, bwerer, among our growinjr girlsi of whom this cannot be said. You see them sitting on the side benches looking on, or lolling around in a listless, careless manner, and, as a rule, irritable and nervous. Nature intended women to be strong, and healthy and happy aa the day is long. MILBURN'S HEART AND NEKVE PILLS have proved so beneficial in such a multitude eases, that they can be recommended without hesitation. They give sound, restful sleep, tons up the nerves, make the heart beat regu- lar and strong, create new red blood corpuscles; and impart that MOM of buoy- ancy to the spirits that ia only possible when enjoying mental and physical vigor. MM. Fred Lee, 'Allocate, Ont., oldett daughter m had for over year, with her keart and nenta, tkat ike was compelled to civc up her work. I wu very dweonraeed about tor, aa I had heir to two doeton, but they did not seem to do her Rineb good. She emir! not sleep at night, would have ta wmljc the floor, felt as if nhe would go out of her mind. One day a friend told me to Milbom's Heart and Nerve Pill., mud I canMt tnchl? of thtm. She used three and is and Wk to work icmm two months aje.1'' f Milborn's Henri aa'd Hetve PiTIg ire Sdc. a box it all detlers, or mailed dii'tti ou receipt of price bf The T. Milburn Company, Limited Toronto, Ontario IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHHIIH MACDONALD Cut Brier More Tobacco for the Money Canada's best buy- the ECONOMY-Package imiimiiiiiiiiiiui ;