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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta IIUIMY. FEBni-AnV 25, IKJt MARKET REPORTS _, Ill's, j.oo: cows with huik S.2r, to S.r.O; hotrsrs stock- b.K lloan 14.01) for selects off cars. Chlcifo Llvutack _ rililUAiiO. Btecrit slow, about Hteudy; THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD br Mr. and Mr. Witham In Jfr. on Ausuat 3. PAGE FIVE July...... May July..... IIAKI.KV WHEAT I Xur..... II Xor..... 5 .Nor..... Cash Prices 191-T, ICSTs 2 Xor. Xor. 0 Xor. 517. 190 181 .188% .178% HAY PRICES i (Furnished by Farm I'roihicts, I U'UibrMsoi N'o. I Alfalfa, 2nd rutlinR No. 1. Alfalfa, lut nitUns......IH.OO .No. tu.ou lu 18.00 Xo. i Mixed-timulhy and alfalfa 24.00 .inly Light mlied t'u.otl to 82JO KLAX- No. 1 Bluejoiut. irrlfaLid to 2ii.OU Mav No. 1 Timothy. Irrigated J2.5 to VUJJiiIv Wheat Straw (Swires) 10.0'J Oat Straw .............10.00 lo 12.00 Car lots, f.o.b. (JoulduJe or l.cthbridgo. LETHBHIQGE GRAIN PRICES Prices puld today for grain in bridge, wagon loud lots follow: Wheat ................fl.fio Flax 3.4-1 Oats liaVley Winnipeg Grain Markets WIXX1PEO, local i 2.C.W.___ 50% wheat market, which dropped early ill j Kx. Xo. 1 Feed the .session to 181 for May under con- j i Feed..... -i I U pressure, rebounded with -May touching For tho first time ill several weeks there was some grain sold for export to seaboard. Futures closed near the high of the day with a Baln of lo >L-c for FLAX- futuros and Vijc for cash. Xo. 1 X. C lloth United States and Canadian 12 c W 17S''i milling interests vure in tho'market for cash wheat ami premiums were j Track maintained. Scarcity of offer-! ings, however, prevented 'any liirgcxo C W Til volume of business bcing ' The Chicago' Grain...... raarsn gram silnalion was practically CHICAGO, Fob setbacks closed higher; price' lev unclKjiistd lo higher; flux ,iaj. euieny aa a rosuU u t I'.a to lower and ryo !ic lower. v-as associated with uneasiness con- Quotations Track, .Manitoba, Saskatcliewan, and Alberta 1 Feed Track.........'. 3 C. 2 Food C. W. 4 Hi .'50% 77% W. ..-..183U ....155W easier, early top calves largely 11.50 In Jlogs, receipts IU to U'slier; slow; others lop foV 150 mo pound hogs. PiKH about steady. Sheep, soOO; lieht tat lambs higher; fat sheep, year- and heavy lambs higher; lambs top 11.00; choice 90-pouriii lambs 10.73; bulk fat Iambs 1050 to Winniptg Livestock WIN'.NIPKC. Feb. i.Dominion Receipts today were cattle. 75 and 51 sheep. Th I market opened steady to strong in spots, tin- trading being mostly In butcher stours. Top choice steers liladii S.7.-., wllh bulk golna out at 7.25 lo good heifors 8.00 lo choice butcher cows (i.25 to 7.00. Packers woru bidding 13.50 for se- lect hogs. few extra choice lambs weighed up at 13.50 with choice snoop bring- ing S.OO. Toronto Stocks TORONTO, Feb. sen- timent this morning brought about slight recovery in stocks that had iuffered most during tho recent de- pression on the Toronto stock ex- change. Short covering contributed also to the higher prices, however. Mr. HftlntA ttld If he sli hr- coulct clear Cimoroti, Hrdo did not a clear idea of hoc- ho Intended to do thin. The cnnuultitlon did not brlae tho Open 1S2% Close 383% "DOQD'S KIDNEY j corning the economic outlook. Au j ticlpation of a bearish government re port on farm reserves on March 1 I also tended to weaken values. Open- [ing :H to lower with March 165 to 165 and May 106 the market ral- lied slightly, but then went down- wards further than before. Oats opened weak. to Abitibi advanced' 2 points to 3fJ while Drompton gained 1% to Spanish River moved up 1 to Lake of tho Woods opened at 132 but foil to 112 and MacKay was also weak at 70. Xoon prices for War aud Victory bonds were; War Victory 981i; 1933, 1924, 1927, 1933, SSC'i; 1934, 1937, 99'fi. Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Feb. statement Mr. Hyde lesllHcd. Th" Union Hank was heavily ilnail- dally In tho cumpanir. On August 4, H. was lestitteU on 'rhurnday, Cameron was tho life of a jnolor party to the Mormon Umplo at On Aucimt 5, .Mr. Jlydo lestitled. Mr. with Mr. 'w. Iffft, counsel for the l.'nlon liank came to bis office for another consult- ation. Camcrvn Collapses The affaim of tho company soon came- up aud in a few minutes Cam- ernn excitedly burst into tho office asking Mr. Hyde to cash a cheque. Following tho 'refusal to cash it, Cam- eron collapsed. Mr. Hydo testified be bad heard the bank had declined to cash Cameron's cheques. Mr. Cameron presented the cheque to Mr. Hyde, according to the evidence and Mr. Hyde, read some- thing without any meaning. The cheque was handed to Mr. Witham and then to the lawyer, Mr. Hyde said. A few mimites before Cameron col- lapsed Mr. Witham started out to ge a doctor, Mr. Hyde tcsliflcd. Before he returned tho collapse had come. Very Nervous Condition 111 answer to questions Mr. Hyde said, thought we were dealing with a man in a Tory uervous con- dition." When lir. Debuc arrived, Hyde tes- tified, Cameron said, "Good old Doc- tor Debuc, you are all right but 1 can beat you playing golf." Cameron mut- tered something about how ho should j not have curved'so hard on Aug. 4. Hyde told him he had been to Card- ston and in answer Cameron said, 'There is something the matter with me; there is something pressing ou my brain; I wish you would take It local off'" testified Hyde. Witness said he remarked the eve- (Continued from Kronf. J'aee) unjustly withheld to bo oiploit- ed by any political party at Ottawa.' was struck out In the joint re- solution allj i-luingvd to read that tllp house 'emphatically protentH afainst the further inijiisi retention of our natural resources.' There was also added to the last clause of Jlr. Kwinir's motion which read 'This house fur- tlim- declares that the province is eu- tltltd to compensation for lands with- in Hi area heretofore- alienated for purely federal a phrase the Ritit of which rcada "Subject to consideration of subsidies paid In lieu of lands." An effort is now be- ing made to have the joint resolution introduced in house- Friday afternoon as u substitute- for, instead of an amendment to Mr. En-ing's resolu- tion. BOW ISLAND WILL HAVE SCHOOL FAIR j DURING COMING FALL (By a Staff lluportcr> I r.m.AXD. Feb. j hfini Mr. 0. K. Longman, iffliu-Ipal of j the Haymond school of set the machinery in motion tor school fair tliia full. A (air is rea- Run No Risks when occur. Act quickly becoae kowel di t Nb ae MOB. In M w via fafa. rr. m h Match. lutf sonubly cm-tain to be held as n. result, of 31 r. Longman's visit. Uurdell anil six or seven other nearby schools will co-operate with Bow Island ill putting It over. BEECHAM'S 3JJ...r. YourbahrywUl thrive iF fed on ilie rood. For sure success try stock exchange showed'signs of i-e- Witness said he remarked the eve- covering from UK extreme -weakness I uftcr that lvllat was tuc motter u n n PILLS 167 1-3- May 167% 70; July 72 45 1-4; .July 46 1-4. Edmonton Livestock of the last few days, during the early i trading this morning. Many of the on. ]eaderH registered substantial ad- The most prominent ot all was a- 3-% rise in Abitibi which closed 'at and sold at 36% today. Bromp I ton gained ?i to Laiirentide the exception this morning, ing half a point to Wall Street Stocks i XEW YORK. Feb. of speculative issues made further I substantial headway at the broad and with May to 44'i" and later suffering an additional decline. CLOSE i 2 red" 176- No hard 33U sold at BromP lldi u I tnn r______-i.j 171. 3 mixed 63 3-1 to 63 1-4; Xo. 2 yellow 60. 2 -white 43 3-4 to 44; Xo. 3 white 43 1-J. CLOSE FUTURES a another aav It clung, Bleeii- hotruil Tiles. Ktt PILES Dr. Chuse's Ointment will reliefs you at onon anil uffurii lasting benefit, sou. a boi' all ur Xdinaiuioii. Bates ft Co., Limited, ioronlo. Sample Box fren i( jou inentlou till'- tmm and enclose 2o, sump to jiay po.'Hajc. surRical OMr. atioa requirert. active opening of today's stock mar- ket. Especial weakness was by shippings, motors, eoppers and sev- t- T ioral the steels antl teb. 2o.- Donimum Atlantic Gulf opened 214 plints off receipts US; calves'and West Indies 3V. point's and sad held over. Mar- food shares were fractionally lower, ni, r. V steady prices. Harly prices proved to be the low- Choice butcher.steers J6.50 to est of the morning, the market rallv- f .2 choice within the first hour. At- ?o.oO to IS; common to {5; choice lantic.Gulf recovered the greater part cows and heifers J5.75 to (or top; ot'itti loss and American International good to ?oaO; medium J4 to ?5; and United Fruit were 1 to in points stacker cows to J4; choice light'----- ket fairly Skin Troubles ------Soothed----- With Cuticura veal calves to btllk to canners to hulls J3 to Hog; receipts io; selects 114.00'off rcceipls nil; market quiet. j Lambs to yearlings to i cars. Sheep. ewes to Calgary Livestock CALOARV, Feb. market at the stockyards today wis steady to firm with extra choice steers'.Me stronger. With heavy receipts a de- cline of butcher cattle would result Receipts 174 cattle; 1 calf: bogs 294-' steers A Considerate Service F 5 j our aim haa een the development of a tervict ot individuality-fa service n0t only efficient M interested. We Uke pride in acquiring lasting relations, and this ia reflected in the courtesy, and promptncia with wkich our cus- tomen requirements are met. over yesterday's final prices." Shorts covered in rubbers aud tobaccos as wen as some of the textile and chem- ical issues. Rails showed some ac- tivity and strength among Hie minor Issues. The seven per cent, rate for call money also applied to renewals into next week. Renewed selling of Atlantic Gulf common and preferred, the latter los- EAGLE BRAND (Condensed Milk UIMHI r.. ._ tl sho kiml Collar S give full ran Tooltt. stvlc that dealers oruvc ad TOOKE BROS. LTD MONTREAL TORONTO WINNIPEG VANCOUVER with him (Cameron) was business worries. Cameron answered, said the witness, that he did not have a worry in the world. In answcriug questio'ns by Mr. J. W. MacDouald, crown prescutor, Mr. Hydo said he did not consider the re- moving of pages out of the company's ledger was a proper procedure. When shown a letter dated on July G, 1920, Mr. Hydo testified, that it bore the normal signature of Mr. Camerou. Mr. Witham on Stand Mr. Witham -was on tho witness j stand when the court adjourned for I lunch. During his examination in chief, Mr. Witham gave further de-1 tails of the interviews in Mr. Hyde's: office. He said Camerou threatened to take hia life near the conclusion of i tha interview on Aug. 3.. Cameron 1 did not seem to grasp the significance j of statements made to him concerV! ing the company's affairs aud he pleaded for delay. J The witness had conducted certain j investigations which, he said, con- vinced him that reports made to the; bank were not according to facts. These facts, Mr. Wiiham testified lie placed before Cameron who did not appear to be worried b'y them in the least. It was impossible the witness keep Cameron's attention on the matters under discussion. His mind would wander, testified the wit- MASON RISCH. LIMITED Lethbridge, Alia. Balmoral Block. THOUSANDS OF RECORDS Ing 2 points, checked the rebound at I ness. mid-day. Jlost other leaders rested Giving evidence on (he interview of half way between high asd low levels of the morning, but specialties were irregularly higher, Famous Aug. 5th, the witness said lie believed Cameron's mind was not normal when Players he read the cheque referred to above, rising points. i Ha testified that be started for a Atlantic Gulf suffered another set- telephone to call a doctor as soon as back later with Vanadium Steel, but he read the cheque. the general list, especially oils and I rubbers, improved as call money de-! clined to G per cent. The choice was New York Stocks l< XEW YORK, Feb. 1 sales: C.P.R. 116 7-S; U.S. Steel S3- U. S. steel preferred 110. UNION BANK OF CANADA Lethbridge Branch C. C. King, Manager Branches aljo at Cardlton and Barom us. jijiuner who was called to attend Cam- eron on August 5. UHion Bank Suspicion Aroused Suspicion, Mr. Hyde said, was brought to his notice by Mr. W. With- am, Winnipeg, Union Bank auditor for Western Canada, who wanted to ob- taiir a concise and .clear statement of the business affairs of.the South Alberta Hay Growers, Limited. Fo tbiil purpose Mr. Cameron was con- Brier Plug SMOKING TOBACCO0 After years of domination Sill 's preference. acre; 14 tons of com and itu tons of I sunflowers. .Montana A. C. aud Mani-j toba A. C. tests revealed a, like result, j Further, u of sunflower-fed stee'rs topped the Calgary market one j day this week, declared the speaker. On P. Burns' farm Just south of Cal- gary 95 head of steers were being fed on sunflower silage. It cost 7 cents a day porTiead to feed them with sil- age and oat straw. They were put- ting on two pounds of flesh a day. On dry land sunflowers also do well. In fact, Prof. Button considers them our best fodder. At the experiment station at Scott. Sask., the yield on dry land never fell below seven tons per acre. A farmer in the Medicine Hat district reports that he raised double that irmoimt on dry land, said the speaker. Hints on Sunflowers Eight pounds of seed to the acre was recommended by Prof. Hutton and the variety known as llusaian Oiant. It should be planteil about the first of May, three inches deep. The crop should be cultivated regularly as t responds readily to cultivation. Tho 'odder can be cut either by hand or by the corn binder. A blower is CH- 'sentlal where thr stave silo is Where the pit. or trench silo is and this is the one being recommend- blower is not necessary. The sunflowers should be cut when they are about 40 per cent in bloom. In conclusion Prof. Ilutton spoke encouragingly of the livestock tion. Canadian breeders were in tor shape than those in any part of the 1 world. The future was bright I here was no reason for pessimism. He said ho wanted to make this final appeal; the silo is "within the reach of the average farmer, and that for silage there is nothing hettor than sunflowers, a crop that will grow abundantly on either dry or irrigated land. "MARGIE" (A Fox Trot, One-Sttp) amazingly popular number doubtless owes its won- derful success toils beautiful melody and rhynuhieal swuiff. A novel feature is (he change to i One-Step which mites a whirlwind This and Broadway Waltz, completes two selections by the Waldorf-Astoria Dance Orchestra which you will want just as soon as you hear them on "His Master's Voice" Record 2 J Jl.OO The neireit and mott popular leleciiani are art His Master's Voice" Records DANCl NUMBERS Mjr Trot llarn'rhninM1 Trin i for !S ThSSL TrS Troc Waldorf-Astoria Dance Orchettral, Huta Trot Dance y W.MI., Trot Trio VOCAL StLEClTONS i jj w- f GlTu Them All (hi lU! lit'- wi'it i Oh iiTf V.D to Mj t nentilt (MomJoptO My Bonnie INSTRUMENTAL IN A MONASTERY GARDEN Kuwcll Hunniz Kusull ItnotinJ) "art anil L'hirla All Of ID-inch Double-Sided, tt.OO gf Any "His Master's Voice" dealer will gladly play any selection you wish to hear Manufactured by GKAILO-FHOm: CO., LIMITED. MOXTKtAL L WEED SPECIAL STAFF ENTERTAINED AT TABER (fly a. Slatt Reporter) TABEU, Feb. members of tin; Wecil Train party were entertain- ed at dinner tonight at the Palace 'lotol by a group of farmers and busl- men. It was ji very happy affair, Messrs. Blonnor-Hasaelt, Martin, W'll- lard and n-orn the WE HAVE THE URGES! AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF VICTOR RECORDS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. WILLIS PIANO STORE "HOME OF CANADA'S BEST 707 Third An. South (Hull Block) Phone 662 HEINTZMAN CO., LTD. 403 FIFTH STREEJT, SOUTH ;