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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. FEBRUARY 21. THE LETHBRIDGE HERAU) PAGBFtVK i MARKET REPORTS HAY PRICES by Kami Ltd., Letbbrtdgo) No. 1 Alfalfa, and culling -No. 1 Alfalfa, 1st cutting JS.OI) .No. 2 Allalfit...........10.00 to 18.00 No. 1 Mixed tiraoliiy and alfiiim 24.00 Ught iriiitf...........20.00 to 22.00 No. 1 Ellucjoint, irrigated 25.00 to 26.00 No. 1 Tlmotby, irrigated S25 to J2U Wheat Straw wires) ....'----.10.00 Oat Straw.............10.00 to 12.00 Car kits, f.o.b. Coaldale or Lcthbrldgo. LSTHBRIDCE GRAIN PRICES Pricey paid today for grain in Lc'-h- bridge, wajjim load lots follow: Wheat Flas ___.........'___. I.---! Oats'.................. Uarlcj- i. Winnipeg I WWMPKG, lli.-WUU au ex- cellent demand 10-.' botli cash and! future vilest Le.'tU'.riTig tho local mar-j ket today, pricoa were on the upwarti; treml. T-lie volume ci Iniding report-[ ed The improved demand j for Ccvsh se'.n premiums '.k to' le higher, but offerings wcra .lislU. Tlrj v'hsut required i ia .story i-'ori uud ?orl! Arthur, of those I points rrero ij.'ini to Wheat Irishor; br.rley to ?j to lo MviKT, ar.tl Quotation July............ May .July.............. May...... July............ cattle being offered. Prlcoo remain about steady. Largo drafts of good butcher Htcera were made with bulk selling to 7.50 and medium 5.00 to (i.lW. Tho bog market IB very quiet with a few offerings at uleady prices. We- lects 13.2li. Edmonton Livestock KD.MOXTON', F'.'b. receipts calves 15. Market about steady at last week's close. Choice butcher stuff fairly active, choice butcher stem 'ti.uO to good J6 to W.50; medium S -ate wheu a magazine containing two j lc roceiPts I'225- A decline of oO i. hundred quarts ot uitro-glycerine ex- Coarse' i 200 QUARTS NITRO GLYCERINE EXPLODES; TWO MEN KILLED URADFORD, Pa., Feb. man waa blown to pieces and another IB thought to have suffered the same trapped by a squad of 50 police In a cockpit arena watching a game cock flfht In the bullt'lng of 'he National Conduit plant Sunday iiunnfiiK. It was the larjiat raid carried out by the police, in many years and uot ono man is believed to havo escaped. lu the gathering were nieu from al- most overy_walk of life. There were many rc-m outside points, Hamilton, Brantford, Oshawa, Gait, Niagara Kails and ae far as Chicago. The police gctind 33 game birds. Five wero dead, having met their fato in the pit. Many of the birds were spurred with gharp steel spura strap- ped about they ankles. Borne of I ho birds are said to worth up to 11500. When the police swept into the place they found a miniature wooden arena, built about, tho pit, held gather by bolts and built In tiers life) circus seats to accommodate 150 people. In the centre was the pit with the lighting birds. Six lights are said to have been staged before the police closed In on the place. The 'Windows wero heavily drapef ed with deep green Bhadea. Tho placo had all the comfortl bonve except that the heating wan poor. The police seized several CUM of pop, clears, urns lilted with hot cotfae and tea. In police court this morning 108 men pleaded guilty to aiding and abet- ting cock fighting and were flnod and costs or 40 days in Jail by Magis- trate Donlson, moro than {4.000 being added to the treasury as a result. Tbo fowls, worth several thousand dollars, have been impounded. PIONEER OF SEXTON CREEK PASSES A WAV (From Our Correspondent) ST. K1IJM, rob. Ball died at his homo seven miles cant of Coutta Saturday nlfli'. 11', at 8 o'clock. Mr. Dall was born In Cardiff, Wales, In the year of from there ho moved to Pelican Hapldi, Minnesota, where be lived for about twcnty-seron years. 'From Minnesota he moved to his farm seven miles Couttn, he lived until death. Death was caused from a long lllneiD o! at of sixty-two yeari. Funeral MrtkM, wcro performed by the Her. Barrow of Usthbrldgc, In the Church of bt-l land at CouttH. Burial at the cemetery. Mr. Ml! leaveb to mourn him three daufhtaraj Mrs. Frank Uohlnson, Mm. W. 8.1 Illacfcracr, both of Couttn, and J. Ij. Nelson of St. Kilda, AHwrU; al i so two sistors ono living at Scrantdh.; fa., and dne living at Mlunceota. o The family wishes to extend tlianks; for tho klmlness shown during tha' death and burial r.f thf.Ir 'atber. i TOKONTO, noted. Toronto Livestock 191, 19 H: 13-lU Way......-.......192 Jim-...... Kay............... Cash Prices 3. 13 Nor. 'K Xor. (.....171-H li Xor. iFeed................. 'Track, Manitobii. siaskatehowan. and Alberta C. W...... 50Vi 3 C. W. lEx. Ko. 1 Peed 1 44ii 2 Feed Track................... a c. w.....857i -t c. w.....roTi Feed 'Track....................... i (No. 1 Nr. W. C................185V- 3 P. W.....18Hi S C.'W. ....159 Condeqined ..................155 Track ,.'...UBV4 2 C. W. Chicago drain CHICAGO. Feb. Jl.-i-Btills had an receipts 1.954.'Trado i slovv-. Fruepects are for a better trade I later on in the day. Prices steady aud unchanged. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO, Feb. receipts boot steers slow lo 25c lower. BuH: yeal calves steady 10 to 11. Hogs, receipts mostly steady j Saturday's average, big packers buying sparingly; top 9.75; pigs steady. Shseo. receipts lambs strong to 25c liixher; early top 9.75; sheet 35 to 30c higher. Montreal Stocks MON'TKEAL, Feb. local stock during the early trad- j Ing this morning was in a weak con-; I dltion, practically all the leader be.' 'ploded at the plant of tho Pringlo Powder company at Little l-larrlsburg, near Derrick City, early Offi- cials of the company believe the vic- tims were robbers trying to force au entrance into tho plant in order to steal powder. Narrow Escape Of C.N.R. Passengers Euchre League, Hockey League, Nations League Cornwall Minister Scores Mem- bers of House For Being Least Interested in Latter j Ing fractionally below their Saturday's I close. Abitibi lost 1 1-2 to 42; Allan- 4C tic Sugar, au exception, gained 1-2 point to 81. Brompton lost 1 1-2 to 45 National Breweries was frac- tionally weaker at 3-4. Spanish Itlvcr also lost a half point to 75. Wayagamack was tile only steady ia- unchanged at SO. Toronto Stoeka TORONTO, FeH. paper and pulp Issues as well as Canada Steam- ships common and preferred were singled out, In heavy trading on tho Toronto exchange this morning for baar attacks.. Steamships common dropped three points to 34 In heavy selling while the Ludlow Jail No Longer A Haven of Refuge For of Alimony Club NEK' YORK, Feb. Street jail, famed for years as headquarters of the "alimofcy club" is to be sold at auction If its host, Sheriff Knott, has his way. Within its confines many-a de- linquent payer of alimony has languished for a period thereby oscaplug for ever the payment of indemnities to his one-time be- loved wifo. A law recently enacted made It possible _ for" the defaulting all- moners to be jailed, re-jailed and .kept in Jail until alimony was paid up. They began to pay and tbe sher- iff decided Ludlow was a "white elephant" of expense. ED.AIONTOX, Feb. of passengers: on Xo. 2 Canadian N'a- .tioual Railway train from Vancouver due in Edmonton at o'clock Mon- day morning bad a miraculous escape from death at that hour when seven j coaches were-derailed, two of .which overturned, three miles west of Bls- sell. Two men were seriously injur- ed and three others slightly. Tho seriously injured are W. Harmel, Edson, broken arm; J. Armstrong, Edaon, broken leg. A brakeman- suffered a cut artery in his right arm- while two Chinese re- ceived nasty cuts and bruises about the face. Conductor Dan Sutherland was severely shaken up and removed to bis home. The accident is believed to have been due to a spreading rail. advantage In the wheat today with Preferred stock lout one point at 67 A. tho trade giving- attention to know- River declined to.73J4. ledge that the visible supply was only 1U at 40 per cent of an average and thst AWtlM, the neit In line, wan down to date were much above nor-i to f2 and_ Provincial Paper was real. Opening 3-4 to 2 l-4c higher extremely weak, 101% and fcitb March 171 to 171 1-4 and May; declining four points before the noon 161 1-2 to 162 1-2, were followed by a! ?3e- Brompton lost at 4o. Dome .material further advance and then a SImcs' Md Cement --------the Qrra Issues. prices ifaoderate reaction. S Oats opened strong, unchanged to jl-2c higher with May 45 3-4 to 46 and scored gains all around. CLOSE FUTURES 171 3-4; Jlay 1613-1, 71 5-8; July 73 5-8. July -18 7-8. CLOSE CASH 1 hard 1S1; No. 2 Ikard 178. 2 mixed 70; No. 3 yel- ilo'v U" to C7 1-1. 2 hard 46 1-2 to -M S-4; Wo. 3 white 45 1-2 to -15 3-4. Calgary Livestock War and Victory loan noon today were; War 93; 1937, 98. Victory 98; 98; 1524, 96; 1927, 97; 1933, 193-1, 9CV Wall St. Slocks NEW YORK. Feb. en- forced liquidation among shippings and oils caused acute weakness at the opening of today's stock market. At- lantic Gulf and West Tidies lost 8 points ia the flrst 15 minutes. Oils lost 1 1-2 to 2 1-2 and American Sugar D 1-4. Numerous industrials and CLOTHING CAUGHT FIRE ST. JOHN, Fob. Hayea, sii years old, was fatally burned on Sunday when her clothing caught are INDEPENDENCE OF MONGOLIA DECLARED PEKINR, Feb. strength of tho caitors of Urga, Mongolia, is esti- mated at Russians and 10.000 Mongolians, officered largely Dy Jap- anese. The- Chiflese war ministry la preparing to send an expedition ag- ainst Urga under General Tsao' Lin, governor of Manchuria. It .is reported that the independence of Mongolia has' been proclaimed and while playing In front of a stove. cavalry and, infantry organized. CORNWALL, Ont., Feb. ita courae of yesterday's discourse la St. John's Presbyterian church, Rev. Hugh Munroe, speaking on the sub- ject "The joy of serious living" quot- ed an Ottawa correspondent to the etfect during the report given to the house of commons ou the League of Nations, the members were evi- dently more interested in the euchre league and'tbe hockey league than they were In the Leaguo of Nations. Rev. Mr. Munroe characterized this condition of the members as entire- ly .unworthy of men who claimed to be worth J4.000 a year to the coun- try. The young soldiers who went from Canada a few years ago might have preferred issues too, but their time, even their lives, were claimed by the government. Tho country was now In a serious mood and would support any government In eliminating the men who will not give Intelligent service parliament. as members of BOLSHEVIK TROOPS IN CAPITAL OF GEORGIA CONSTANTINOPLE, Feb. lis, capital of the republic ot Georgia apparcntl yis In the hands of the Bolshevik, but reports reaching hero slate fighting is still going on there. Dispatches state soviet troops are pouring In on all railroads and blgh- wayoi toward Tiflls. Georgia made an appeal to the Turkish, Nationalists assembly ask ing for help, but the assembly has voted to remain neutral. Everybody Smokes OLD CHUN There's worU in a ofOldOuMnTi CALGARY, Feb. was i specialties were lower ty largo frac-1 (practically no market at the stock- jtiolls to 2 of the selling cattle were waa reported to be for apcount of a! today. Twenty-five ci and there wcro rere on Four steers sold at hog: Btock exchange firm was announced at the opening of tile' (through billing. g.OO. session. Winnipeg Livestock j Other shippings were adversely at- WINNIPEG, Feb. I fected by the drive against Atlantic i Receipts over tbe week-end Gulf' Mercantile Marine preferred .1130 cattle and 88 hogs. Trading 3 points and United Fruit morning was very dull, with no choice 5-8. Oils Increased their losses, Mexican Petrolenm falling 3 3-4 and lloyai Dutch and General Asphalt 2 to 2 1-2. United States Steel, which withstood last week's pressure, lost one point and other steels and equip- ments were 1 to 2 points lower. Rails also reacted 1 to 3 points. Call money opened at 7 per cent, and exchange on London was firm. Atlantic Gulf and several other leaders made further recoveries dur- ing the intermediate session but the tendency in the main was toward ad- ditional depression. Conspicuous fea- tures of weakness Included Mexican Fete, Houston Oil, United Fruit, Inter- national Paper, Sumatra Tobacco and Agricultural Chemical at 2 cough may become settled and serious Ito B declines. lung trouble ensue. j Leaders were temporarily Had An Annoying Hacking Cough Got No Rest At Night Hacking coughs are very wearing inn tbe system. The constant cough- ing, disturbs the rest, and keeps the lungs and bronchial tubes in such an. Irritated and inflamed condition, tha' inifess you get immediate relief tbe Columbia Records Are Sold by the Following Dealers: Thero Is no better remedy than Jlr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup for (relieving all Mods of coughs or colds, as it does the lung healing (Virtues of the pine tree with which Is combined wild cherry bark, and jtho soothing and Sealing expectorant .properties of other excellent herbs barks.. Mrs. E. J. Ross, Penhold, Alta., three years ago 'caught a very bad cold, accompanied I with a sore throat and hoarseness. I r.-as so boareo you could not bear me apoalf. I could get no rest at night with the terrible annoying, hacking cough. I tried several remedies, but tney did mo no good. I finally saw Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Synip ad- vertised so I got a bottle. U at once tavc mo relief, and after using tour of them my cough had all gone. Now I always keep It in tho house." "Dr. Wood's" is put up In wrapper; three pine trees the trade mark, price and liOc a buttle. i Manufactured only by Tho T. Mil! .burn, Co., Toronto. bonelit- :ec! by the drop of call money to sis per cent, but prices'fell again later when pressure concentrated in the coppers. The close wan heavy. N.Y. Stacks NT3W YORK, Feb. sales 116 3-8: U.S. Steel 35 1-2; U.S. Steel preferred 110 3-8. Bar Silver NEW YORK, Feb. silver, domestic 89Vi; foreign 5714. Sterling Exchange YORK, Feb. ex- change firm. Demand ?3.S7. Cables Canadian dollars 13 5-lli per cent, discount. NEW YORK BROKERAGE FIRM GOES TO WALL NEW YORK, Tcb. of the brokerage firm of snd Sennett waa announced to- day. In a Issued, heavy unauthorized speculation by jm- ployeei blamed for the fall-' ure and the hops wat cxprtiutj that the' failure would only be Assiniboia Music Co. DEALERS 315 6th St. S. Phone 1545 Lethbridge, Alta. J.D.Higinbotham Co., Ltd. AGENTS THE REXALL STORE ALBERTA'S PIONEER DRUGGISTS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEMISTS PHONES 1515 AND 322 Henson Music Co., Cardston RAYMOND PHARMACY C J. RITTER Complete March List Now on Sale Columbia Records Dance Music Ted Jail Broadway Ted Lewis' Jazz Fathtr Tfac HBPPT SIK for You-Medley Fai-Trrt The Happy Ki Vincemt Orclnitra Viaceat Honolulu Waltz .r j, PnnM'j Fox-Trot Art Foi-Trot _ _ Paul Bitse Trie ind Frank CntaH Paul Bioc A-WM 1 A- F I A-3J4J 1 A-9J4S I A-asm fl.M Baby Dnam-Medler Prince's Otckertfa I a Medley Walti Prince's Orchestra Song Hits My Gtt Gtt tlw Fiji 1 Could Han Bod You (But I Let Yon Uok! Wlnt YOU'T, no Wltfc T Dot-GMeDuKtnnitEyoo BtaiyDivii GrlnUgfofTou Marion Harri. 1 Mariaa Wkon tt. Autama to Fill I f ll.M 1 A-3347 j A-SM, fl.M I A-33JJ fl.M; [A-3M4 f fl-M A-3331 fl.M Opera and Concert Maria, Mari! (Muit, Ab, Marie Je uii RotaPawelle is