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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THUflSBAY; FEBRUARY THE LBTHBRIPUF. SATLY HERALD MARKET REPORTS 60. HflerU oil carl PRICES d by Farm J'ruUiict Ltd., N'o. I Alfulfa. -ml culling JSil.OO Nu. 1 A If ill. 'li. 1st cnlUtlK J'J.OO No. Altalfil IIJ.W to I No. .1 .Miiccl timulliy uuil ull'all'a 24.0H J.iglil iniioil July..... OATH--- May Jultv JUKl.KY Muy July I'LAX-- IIYK May Iii Cash Prices Wi! No. i .N'or.. IfO7; i N'o. S Kor.. I No. Keetf i Tru-k, Manitoba. KIH! Alberta No. 4 Nor.. .1 N'o. ONor...l. No. 1 Uluejoint, L'S.OU to 2U.OO May .No. l Timothy, irriKHtwl "to July Wiiwt Hiraw (Swires) 10.00 Oat Ht.raw 12.00 lots, f.o.b. Coaldale J-othbridgo. LETHBRIDGE GRAIN PRICES Trices paid today ior grain In Jiridge. wngoii load lots follow: Wheat 1'Iax.................. i.H BarlBy Winnipeg Grain Kiarictts ____ WlXXIPfSti, Fell. prices j Xu. 2 Xo. 3 slumped here today on a quint a.nil i iCxini 1 feed ft jiiureless markot. The Irade was Feed.-. Xo. Feed.. 40% j "i-'y local and nr the closo do-' of u .conin for both cash and UAKLHY was recorded. Cash premiums Xo. 1! C.W... So unchanged. were very j Feed only a demand prevent- Track............... ;ui increase in (-ash prices. grains w-ero actfug in sym- j Xo. 1 W. lijuhy wheat. Oats closed 1-2 to j XQ. Xo, ij-Sv lower; barley i 5-? to Ii l--lc low- i Condemned er; flux 1 1-i lo 1 'J-'Ic lower and rye Track 1 l-Uc lower. j Quotations AVHKAT-- Open. Jlay.............ISti .........J85 ;i .........15-1 .........185 X0. C. W...................159V-- Close. Chicago Grain 183% Piles All druggists aro authorized to refund the money if PAZO OINT- MENT fails in the treatment of any cage of ITCHING. BLIND. BLEEDING or PROTRUDING PILES. PAZO CHNTMENT instantly Re- lieves ITCHING PILES and you can get restful sleep after the first application. It is dmianteal by Ptt'a Mftd- .icine Co., Toronto, Manufacturers of the world-famous Grove's Laxative Bromo Quinine tablets. This signature is on every box of PAZO OINTMENT. 60c, If you ire unable to get PAZO OINTMENT from your dnigjitt, send 6Qc in stamps to Paris Medicine Co., 193 Ave., Toronto, and a box will be mailed to promptly. Write your iiaito and addrear plainly. y (MADE IN CANADA) iaaert nmen ree you menon Epcr and send stamp fonwstiige. GOc. a. x: aJlriealftrs or Edmaaton, J3aUS Jt Toronto. S Jt Co, Cuticura Soap -----The Healthy----- Shaving Soap CHICAGO. Feb. pressure in connection with unsatisfactory labor situation brought about material downturns today in the price ot wheat Initial'quotatidns, which var- ied Vom unchanged figures to 1 1-4 j lower with March 170 3-4 to 171 1-4 i and May 160 1-4 to 161 were follow- ed by a setback all around, j _Large receipts acted as a weight on tho corn market. After opening to 7-8c May at 70 1-2 to 70 34, the market rallied a trifle, but then descended lower than before. Oats were weak, starting 1-S to l-4c lower. May 45 5-S and then continu- ing to sag. CLOSE FUTURES Iti7; May 154 3-4. 69 5-S; July 71 1-2. 44 5-S; July 43 1-2. CLOSE CASH Ired 179 1-a to ISO 1-2; No. 3 red 178 to ISO i' mixed G7; Xo. 2 yel- low 67. 3 white -U 14 to 45 1-2; Xo. il whlto 43 to 14 1-4. Bar Silver YORK, Feb. silver. domestic 99 1-2: foreign. 56, Calyary Livestock CALGARY, Feb. market was steady-to tlriu. at the stockyards today. Receipts: .Cattle 31; hoes 001. Xo sheep. Two extra choice steers averaging 1135 pounds made 50 choice steers averaging 1240 .pounds sold _at J7.50; butcher cows bulk sales of cows J5.5Q to 5tuckers steady at j Hogs off cars weljbts for selects, i Winnipeg Livestock j (JTTXN1PEG, Feb. Ulfl cattle, 355 hogH and 22 sheep. Trading was brisk an'd tho demand keen. Tlie quality oC the offerings was the best this week and prices for in-between stock were strong to 25c higher, with other kind steady to strong. Hogs held steady this morning with packers bidding for selects, Edmonton Livestock 1 J3DA10NTOX. j receipt! S6; calves 2. Market opened quiet today, with prices steady and unchanged. Choice butcher steers ?G.50 to good ?6 to extra choice feeders to So; common to top cows and heifers to good butchers to medium to stocker cows to Choice light veal calves. to bulk IS to ccelv 111. rccwiiH.H nil. No tjulea re- corded; prices Mteudy. Chioago Xivtitock 24. --Cattle, receipts beef Btoors Hlrady to er; loii bulk tS.JO to butcher stock and bulls 1.1 u> 23i: hlKber. Calves 25 In OOc hiKlii'r. Hogs, receipts S1.000; fairly active 10 to 13c bighof tiiaii 'yesterday's fivftrago. Sliecu, roci-iiits Isillini; ClitSSC.S LU'IHTUllV pouud lamljy Livestock TORONTO, J'cb. (Domlllioil Cattle, receipts .100; trade brisk; receipts 1'rices tinn and unchanged. Montreal Stocks MO.NTHKAL, 'Feb. 24.- -llurilig tlic early trading this morning the local stock exchange displayed some, weak- ness, there being some sharp declines in u few of tilt; leaders. Abitibi lost 1-4 to 34 :i-4; Atlantic Sugar unchang- ed at HO Brazilian unchanged am! steady ;it 33 1-u but Brompton lost 2 points to 37 and Laurectide a half. point to S4 1-2. Toronto Stocks TOHOXTO, Feb. Further -weak- ness in pulp stocks and strength in tractions featured this morning's trading on the stock ex- cliaagy. Price fluctuations among the other issues of the list were of no significance. Bromnton lost 1 3-1 to 37 1-4. while -Abitibi declined almost a point to 34 1-4. Among the Winnipeg Railway moved up 1 3-8 to 47 3-8. Xoon prices for War and Victory bonds' follow War 1925, 91. Victory 1922, 9S 1-4; 1923, 97 7-S; 1924, 1-2; 1927. 97 7-S; 1933, 98 3-4; 1934, 95 3-8; 1937, 99 Will Street Stocks NEW YORK, Fob. Selling ot special issues which bore the marks of involuntary liquidation attended the early dealings on tbc stock ex- change today; causing losses in this group of 1 to 4 points. Shippings and oils lost 1 to 11-2 points and rails were- fractionally lower. Developments oc the morning were altogether favorable to the short ac- count. Pittsburg reported an ap- proaching 20 per cent, reduction in wages by one of the largest independ- ent steel producers. Equipments, and various unclassified specplties1 were involved in the fur- ther depression of prices. The only conspicuous exception was Central Leather, which rose 2 points. Call money opened at 7 per cent, and ei- change on London reacted. Trading shifted to steels and tobac- cos at. mid-day, Bethlehem, Crucible, Republic and United States 'steels were lower by 1 to 2 1-2 points. De- clines iu American and Sumatra to- baccos, Tobacco Products and Retail Stores rauged from 1 1-3 to 3 points. Oils and chemicals continued to lose ground. Rails finally gavo way under in- creased pressure hi the last -hour when the general list recorded low- est levels ot the day. The closing was heavy. r N.Y. Funds NEW YORK, Sterling ex- c'hunge heavy. Demand cables Canadian dollars 321-2 'per ceut. discount. N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK, Feb. 24. Closing sales C.P.R. HG'3-4; U.S. Steiil S3; V.8. Steel preferred 110 1-S. (Continued from Front Page) Approachable and Considerate The so-called dignity of banking carries with it, to the minds of some people, an impression of reserve, which has, at times, actually prevented them from becoming depositors. As a matter of fact, a Bank is a busineia inititntion, conducted on business lines by practical, successful business men who both approachable and considerate. His pleaiure to dp your banking at Merchants Bank. BANK is thoroughly organized iiticl a valu- able lot ot inforinatiou in dimple, con- crete form dispensed. Object of the Train Mr. Craig, in opening Ieetnrc.4 here, explained briefly the history oE the movement. He said he did not care for the name of the train, "The Inter- Provincial Weed Train." The purpose was broader than the name implied. carry out work which should havi; been in.uiurcakcn by ex-1 Dcrienced niticors. was voiced by .Mr.. Rrackiu. Me haUl: "1 don't think it was fair. I iluu'i j think it was right for tbu'government j of Ontario to say to this minister of the 'Yon complain thut they I have ruanhod the uubcarablo poiai. i Vo'.i, therefore, assume the ity of remedying them, of cleaning up i thu situation you complain of.' Had 1 been -a. member of ihe government with the authority I voulu i have sent a regiment of soldiers to copo with the situation here.1' j Tii- Aiiocialed Cj.rd Royal Academy of Mnik tt the Royal College of MMMC LONaoli. For Loct! ii Muic i> BrilisL Empire UTXON: H. X. H. C. Annur! LjMniMtiV r.t, ktor..-.-.; fc, i.ij PKACTlCAlS-M.rw 1 mi. in fee CriUbut MHt ptttieuUn bi Qhuinwl on uppUcMiMt M. WARING DAVIS, AH be in by Muck Ut. Up M74, _ 'SwfthJr atr JJw OXCK a tuld fastens on jou, you that it means of tjiacomforl. Sncczei degenerate into sore throat, and the cold develops bronchitis, tonsillitis and a ricking cough that somedmfis lasts for montbi. V-f) (i I t K e c ol J wit h D O MI XI 0 N C. B. Q. TABLETS. Drhe it right out of the system with these quick-acting, pleasant tasting tablets of Cucart, Bromide and Quinine. a bui in the Imuse. At lirft sign of a told or Irvcrisli condition, take one or two and you pretty nice lo gft immediite relief xad find, the jest morning, you quite all right. DOMINION C. B. Q. TABLETS arc prepared by National HIM! Chemical Company of Canada, limited, st ou having Dominion C.B.Q. tt Outdoors at NigK I'or the Nurse Under Your.PiHow at Night DO YOU ever up at mght mornings and wish you Tncw the time? And doesn't K take almost your whole will-power to get up from your warm bed, turn on the jight'and try to read the time from 311 ordinary eyes s'quintcd by the glare A Radiolite under your glance at the softly glow- ing hands and rand you know the aroused from your doze. But that's onlv one use. Look at the little pictures on this page. Vou probably could add a more it'oni your own Radiolites come in models adauttd to special purposes: the Two- in-Onp is a clock-ivaccli for bureau or tabjp by bed; the Midget Radiolite for women ami girls; the Wrist Radiolite for nurses, soldiers, sportsmen; the Waterbury, a jewelled Radiolite, a smart time-piece for business and professional men; the Maple Leaf Radiolite, an admirable model tor boys and for men who do rough work of any kind. Look for the store with a Radiolite display. ROBT, IT. IKC-ERSOI.L BRO. 194 Ste. Catherine St. Moacrul, l-im-l" V Good 'lime for Boys Darlt, I'or tlte DarURooru Attha Bedside ;