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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATllUMnr, FBMOKRT THE LETHBK1DGE DAILY HERALD PAGE MARKET REPORTS HAV (Furnished by Farm Ltd., :l Alfalfa, 2nd cutting .....120.00 N'o. 1 Alfalfa, 1st cuttlnit MM No. 2 Alfalfa in 11.00 No. 1 Mixed timothy and alfalfa 24.00 Light mixad........'... 20.00 to 23.00 No. 1 Uluujolut, irrigated 25.00 to No. 1 Timothy, irrigated to J3S Wheat Straw (3 wiren) Oat Straw 10.00 to 12.00 Car lots, f.o.b. Coaldalc or j LETHBRIDGE GRAIN PRICES j Prices paid today for grain )n 'jridge, wagon load lots follow: Wheat 11.63 Flax 1.44 Oats .17 IJarlcy 4814 I Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG, Feb. With expor- ters in the local wheat market this morning further strength in cash premiums featured the short session. Premiums were Ic: higher at 8 1-2. a 1-2 and 1 1-2c over May for 1, 2 and 3 northern, respectively. Some grain is being contracted for delivery March lo to tho seaboard. Most of the tran- sactions are of small volume. The undertone to the future mar- kets continued to he very strong, al- though price fluctuations are within a narrow' range. The 'close was l-4c sale. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO, Fob. receipt- 5.000; compared with a week ago, beat steers steady to 2oc higher. Hogs, receipts active 13 to 25c hither than yesterday's arerage. Sheep, receipts today's re- ceipts heavy, and market l'5c higher. Montreal Sticks MONTRKA'L, Feb. local stock exchange was strong this morn- ing, most of the leaders showing sub- stantial advances over yesterday's close. Abltlbi rose half a point tl as did Brompton to 36 Va- Na- tional Breweries rose a to 50, and Bell Telephone lost a point to 107. Toronto stocks TORONTO, Feb. record- ed further improvement in brisk trad- ing on the local stock exchange this x. morning, shorts' contributing their ed. Oats closed 1-4 to 3-8c lower; Bar-i Part to the various advances made, ley 1 l-4c lower; flax 2 1-2 to 3 l-4c The close came with stocks generally lower and rye unchanged. Quotations: WHEAT- Open. Hay 184' July............... 174 May.............. 51% July 32% 77 '.May Old Country Football Scores LONDON, Fob. Amid of leanuu soccer (antes played today fellow: Pint Division Aston Villa 1; Bradford City 3. Bradford 1; Illar.fcburn Rovers 1. Udrniey 3; Boltou W. 1. Chelsea 0; Kverlon .Liverpool 4; Hudderslield 1. Mancheiter U. 3; Sunderland 0. Newcastle United 2; Middlesboro 0. Olilham 2; Manchester C. 0. Preston 0: Arsenal 1. 0; Derbv Couutv 1 steadv at 0. 11.1.50 for selects. No sheep or lambs were offered for Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Feb. (Dominion reported today very light, coiiKlatlns; of only 30 cattlo and Gl hogs. The market waa very quiot with packers buying very few'cattle and picking up tho balance at steady Medium stpcrn sold mostly from to A few ami feeders were pur- chased at steady prices. grains higher to l-4c lower. Coarse continued to act in sympathy with wheat with very little activity display- July ____ Slay I 1SU .190 Xn. 2 No. 4 No. G Xor.. Xor.. 161 189% No. 2 feej. 68 1U1 Cash Prices Xo. 1 Nor...393% [Xo. 3 Xor...185% ,Xo. 5 ......169VJ Feed......... Track, Manitoba. Saskatchew; and Alberta.......... OATS- NO. 2 50% No. 0 C.W. '.Ex. No. 1 feed I Xo. 1 f eed.. 43 I Track........ S C.Vf... 78'i Xo. 4 Feed 57 'Track......................7G IXo. I N.W.C. 2 CUV...173 Xo. 3 C.W...153 Condemned .................14S iTrack.......................178 jJio. 3 C. W.....................165 Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Feb. was ac- tive_ at the start today, the May de- livery showing early strength, hut prices reacted quickly because of a general soiling on advances. There was some talk of a minimum export price helng placed on Argentine wheat and country offerings to ar- rive were small. Opening 1-1 lower to Ic higher, with March 168 to 16S 1-2 and May 157 3-4 to 15S 1-2, a reaction set in and carried prices be- low yesterday's close. j Oats showed strength, opening ]-Sc, higher with May 15 3-S, but later he Igan to sag. CLOSE CASH: 2 red 179 1-2; No. 1 [hard 176. "iwnrwi I 2 mlied S6 1-2; Xo. 3 yel- !low 64 to 65. j 2 -white 44 1-4 to 44 3-4; i [So. 3 white 43 1-4 to 43 1-2. CLOSE FUTURES: 168; May 157. OS 7-S; July 71 1-S j 44 5-8; July 45 5-S. i Diviiion Barnslcy X; I'ulham 1. Bristol City 1: Wcstlmin U. 0. Bury 0; Birmingham 1. Clapton 1; Leeds United 0. Dull City 1; Tho Wednesday .1. Nottingham F. 1; Cardiff City 2. Port Vale 0; Blackpool 1. Rotherham C. 1; Leicester C. 1, Koiith Shields 1; Notts C. 0. Stocknort C. 3; Coventry C. 0. Wolvcrhampton 3; Stoke 3. Third Division Kxetur City 0; Queen's I'ark H. 1. Crllltngham 0; Crystal Palace 1. Merthyr Town 4; Lutoh Town 1. Mtllwall A. 0; Grimsby Town 1. Newport C. 0; Brighton and H. 4. Northampton 1; Reading 0. Plymouth A. 1; Swansea Town 0. 'Portsmouth 0; Brentford 2. Southern! United 1; Southampton 0. Swindon Town 4; Norwich C. 2. Watford 2; Bristol Rovers 1. Scottish League Aberdeen 0: Morton 1. Ayr United 5: Clydebank I. 1 Clyde 3; Airdrie 0. Dumbarton 2; Motherwell 0. Dundee 0; Raith Rovers Hearts 3: Third Lanark 0. Partick Thistles 1; Kilmarnock 1. Queen's Park 0: Celtic 2. St. Mirren 0; Hibernians 2. Hamilton 2; Falkirk 0. Other Games LONDON, Feb. (Can. Assd, an association internation, al game today .Scotland defeated Ire- land by 2 to 1. In a Rugby international game Ire- laud defeated Scotland by 9 to S and Wales defeated France by 12 to 4. Scottish cup ties re-played games today resulted as follows: Rangers 4; Alloa 1. Albion 0; Armadalc 0. Northern Ujkion Rugby LONDON, Feb. As- sociated played today ____, in the first.round of the northern s short stoek market session -whs again union rugby football league resulted downward, shippings and rails featur- j as follows Set Maximum On Treasury Notes Hun. C. R. Mitchell Asks Permis- sion to Widen Scope of the Measure selling at their highest levels of the morning. British Columbia Fishing. Close. after opening weak at 40 1-2, moved 18414 u" raPidly to 43 1-4, this figure, how- 17314 cver. being considerably lower than recent prices for the stock. Canada Steamships gained 1 1-S, Abiblti 1 to 39 and Brompton 5-S to 37. C. P. H., Brazilian and MacKay steady. Winnipeg Railway rec- orded a loss of 1 1-4 points. Xoon prices for War and Victory 134 loans: 1SS War 03 7-S; 93 3-4. Victory is 1-4; S8 1-4; 1924, 96; 1927, 97 7-S 981-3; 1034, 95 1-S; 3-4. Wall Street Stock? YORK, Feb. trend of prices in the early stages ot today's 1931, 1923, 1933, (Special to Tho Herald.) EDMONTON, Feb. 25. Actine- Premler Hon. C. R. Mitchell, introduc- ed by resolution in tho legislature on Friday, a bill extending the scope of the measure permitting tho province to issue saving certificates so that these certificates may bo exchanged for other securities covering such1 a period Lieutonant-GoTernor-in- Council may designate The new bill provides also that a specific maximum shall be set up to which such treasury notes may be issued, there now being Home outstanding. Mr. Mitchell explained that the lat- ter provision of the new bill deals with the situation that arises when the bills, having been issued against out- standing revenue, such revenue is paid n and there is then a larger amount 01 the three-year term bills out than are represented by nncollected rev- enue. fixing a maximum by law up to which the tills might he issued would make the issues independent o! the varying amounts of uucollected rev- enue. The convertible provision would al- low investors, who frequently want a more permanent investment after they have put in their money temporarily, i to take advantage of longer term sec- urities for which the government might exchange the short term bills. Sale of Tax Lands Owing to objections raised by An- drew Gilmour, opposition. Lacombe.. M. L. Hudson, opposition. Wainwrlght, James Lowery, opposition, Alexandra, and George Hoadley, opposition, Oko- toks, consideration of the new bill dealing with sale's of public lands was deferred until next Monday. The principal objections raised were to the granting of authority to the cabinet MONTREAL AGAIN REDUCE H. C. OF L. MONTREAL, reduction in high cost of liv- ing In' conntctlon with tht price of food In all restaurants In Montreal of a larye American con. cern was made today when fifteen items on the menu were reduced from S to 10 cents. In two caaei articles which were reduced re- cently are again cut down in prices. ing the action.. Atlantic1 Gulf depleted! yesterday's low price on a 2-point decline, Reading- also lost 1 1-2 and Famous Players 1 1-4. Fractional de- clines were made by moat "of the steels, motors and oils, the latter re- sponding to further cuts In, prices of raw and refined products. Exchange on London held at yesterday's final quotation. The week-end covering of short contracts made variable recoveries in the stock market today. Motors, sec- ondary steels, oils, tobaccos, textiles and the more prominent specialties rallied 1 to 3 points. Rails and ship- pings, however, dropped 1 to 3 1-2 points. Profit taking reduced some gains at the close. Sales approxi- mated shares. Closing Sales NEW YORK, Feb. sales 117: U.S. Steel S3 3-4; U.S. Steel preferred 109 1-3. Bar Silver NEW YORK. Feb. domestic 99y.; foreign N.Y. Funds NEW YORK, Feb. ex- change irregular. Demand I3.S6; cables }3.86 3-4. Canadian dollars 12 1-2 per cent, discount. Askam 2; Bradford 7. Dewsbury 12; -Hull Kingston 0. Hull 5; Warringtou 5. Hunslet 5: Leeds S. Kelghley 3; Rochdale 10, Leigh 0; Cork .0. Oldham 41; Kll'aniW. Salford 4; Barrow 0. St. Helens 0; Bramley 7. St. Helen's Recs. 9; Wigan C. Swintou 26; British Oil Cako (Hull) 9. Wakefiehl 4; Hnddersfield S. Widnes 41; Durham 5. Featherstone 41; Pendle Bury 0. Broughton 15; Wigan. Highfleld 10. Greek Answer Is Likely To Be "No" Near East Conference Decision Are Given Hearing "LONDON', Feb. rep- resentatives were heard thiy morning by allied representatives gathered here for the Near East conference. Later questions affecting Armenia; and Kurdistan were taken up with; Turkish delegates lo the conference. While it was generally expected the representatives of the Turkish Nation- alist government would agree to the- proposals for a solution of the Near Eastern question it was forecast that the Greek answer would be in the! negative. Greek occupation of strat-: egio points "along the Dardanelles, it j was sold, would not be affected neces-: sarily. Newspaper; here published today a! cabled appeal from citizens of var--, ious localities around Smyrna. COM-! plaining of Turkish Nationalist cruel-! ties to native Christians. i WILL DEVOUT HIM MONTHKAL. Feb. X. -Patrick HiMd, said to be it leader of the un- employed and an agitator. wa.b yes- terday sentenced to thrco months at I hard labor. lie was one of those who some weeks uBo started the raids ou restaurants. lie said to havo como I from South Africa lo Canada and to havo boon involved in the Winnipeg riots two years ago. His deportation will ho askcil for follovviilK his con- viction. j BOLSHEVISM CONDEMNED BY VIENNA.SOCIALISTS VIBNN'A. Feb. con- I dcinnittion of Bolshevism marked yes- terday's proceedings of the intorna- i lional Socialist conference in session j here. Speakers from a number ot countries stated that recognition of sovictisiu would mean the ruin of thu world. They admitted tho present conference would serve only 10 assist in the genera) vCffoj-t to crystallize the .entimcnt of iabop. TO KNOW IF TAX TO BE RE-ENACTED OTTAWA. Feb. F. has notice that he will'ask If it the Intention of the government to re-enact the excess profits' tax for the coming year. CANADIAN SOLDIER WILL-APPEAL CASE Feb. Press.! Press ig informed that" Charles Teilett, the ex-Canadlati soldier, condemned to hang for the murder of his sister-in-law, will apply !o the courts next Monday woek for leave to appeal against hiB sentence, a reprieve having beon granted. Canadian high commissioner, Sir Perlcy, lias instructed coun- sel to appear on Tellett's behalf. The homo secretary has received a peti- tion from men who worked with thu accused in Woolwich arsenal declar- ing their belief that his mind is un- balanced and asking for clemency. to sell tax sale lands coming into pos- session of tho province at private sales. The objecting members de- manded public auction sales for such lands with suitable advertising in advance. B. C. WILL PRESENT CASE FOR CHEAPER RATES ON FREIGHT i VANCOUVER, Feb. G. G. Mc- Geer, assisted by O. O. Calderhead, freight and traffic expert of the state Washington public service commission, will present to the rail- way commissioners at Ottawa the joint anpeal of the provincial .gov- ernment and Vancouver hoard of trado against freight rates which are alleged to deal uajustly with Pacific coast cities. The hoard of trade further con- tends, that unless there is an equal rate for eastbount] and westbound freight Pacific coast manufacturers cannot hope to secure a foothold in the praire' provinces. Nothing Else is Aspirin Warning-! Unless you see the name "Bayer" pii-tablets, you are not getting Aspirin at all. Accept only an "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets of which contains directions and dose worked out by physicians during 21 years and proved safe by millions for Headache, Earache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Colds, Rheumatism, Neuritis, Lumbago, and pain generally. Made in Canada. Hindy tin boiw of 12 tsblels cost Imfc a few cent Applrln la the acc-tlcacicloater manufacture, t will Itampcd packages. mart In Canada) ol Manufacture of Mono- if SallcylloacW. Whll. It is well known that Aiplrlu innns Bay.r the public agaln.t Imitation., th. T.blM. at Bay.r Comp.Il mark, "Bayer Crow." vlth their general trade Splendid Reception Accorded Weed Special Experts in Sugar City CONDEMN IMPOSITION ELECTRIC POWER TAX TORONTO, Feb. resolu- tion condemning the proposal now before the Ontario government Jo impose a tax of two dollars per horsepower on the production of electric power in the province was passed at a meeting of the Ontario municipal electric association here yesterday. Mrs. Denny Succumbs Follow ing Second Operation in Three Weeks Select With Care .When it comes to Cereal Foods, fr think Grape'Nuts This readjr-to-eat ctjjreal gives you the concentrated strength of wheat and malted a blend 'which provides unusual flavor with stauudi nourishment Grape is good for children because it contains the valuable mineral salts of the grains so essential to growth aud development aReason AH grocers sell Windior, Ontario. n-'rom Our Own Correspondent) CARDSTON, Feb. verir s death occurred last uight at tho'card ston hospital. Mrs. Leone Stalkc Denny, wife of Mr. Sam Denny o Wooltordv Alta., and mother of threi children, is tho deceased lady. Tlirei weeks ago she was operated on fo; gall stones by Dr. W. S. Pickup, whicl apparently was a very successful op oration, for a large number of gal stones were removed, and Mrs. Dennj seemed to be progressing very I'avor ably. Trouble developed however whicl necessitated a second, operation. The I shock evidently was too great ant she succumbed last night.' Februar> 34th, although everything posaibfe was done for her. Mrs. Denny leaves, besides her hus hand aud three young children, a father and mother and several broth ers and sisters and a host of friends lo mourn her loss. Interment will be made at the Woolford cemetery, where also the funeral will be held, i under the direction of Bishop Arthur 1 Pitcher of Woolford. DEPUTY MINISTER CRAIG LEAVES WEED SPECIAL AT RAYMOND (By a Staff Reporter.! RAYMOND. Fell. A. Craig. deputy minister of agriculture, left tlio government weed special today Offlcialjlutlon called him to the capi- Prof. Mutton left (or tho north the deputy minister. Snpt aud Mrs. Fttirfleld joined tlie party here this evening. Jir. Craig will he hack with' the train Monday or Tuesday. MEXICAN RAIL STRIKE MEXICO CITV, Fob. ence that the government would be able to maintain -railroad schedules with volunteer help until the work- men who struck yesterday morning decided to resume their posts, waa ex- pressed by Francisco Perez, national director of railroads today. ABYSSINIA OIL FIELD REPORT DENIED LOXDO.V. Feb. reports that tho Commercial Bank ol' Italy had ceded its oil fields in Abyssinia to tho Standard Oil company which denied hy Hie Institution's London of- lice upon -U'SB Homo. fBy a Staff Reporter.) RAYMOND. Feb. peo- ple turned out in goodly numbers to- day to greet the government weed special. It was a real Raymond wel- come. Farmers, business men and students thronged the two lecture cars. The students of the agricultural school and the Knight Academy at- tended In a body. The reception here was one of the most cordial received during the tour. The attendance would have been larger had it not been for the com- munity road building drive being at its height. Raymond has set as an objective sound, graded, gravelled streets and roads. The- work is now ou, the weed special suffering slight- ly in consequence. Efforts were made to induce De- puty Minister Craig to postpone tha lectures until tho evening. Bat Mr. Craig felt that it would be wiser to proceed according to schedule so as not disappoint those who might have! driven a distance. I Lectures were held in both cars. I Sir. Strickland, entomologist at the j Lethbridge Experiment station, de- livered three excellent addresses on insect pests and their control. The A.C. students were particularly inter- ested in his lectures, many taking Mr. Wright, of the Dominion seed branch, Calgary, also spoke on cutworms aud other enemies ot the farmer. Dean Howes followed Deputy Min- ister Craig in the main lecture car. Dean Howes expressed the hope that he would soon be back iu Raymond to address the people. Hs had been invited by Principal Longman of the A.C. Coming from Nevada, he was acquainted with the problems affoct- g 'the irrigation farmer. Other speakers were Prof, Murray, of the Noble devoted his timo to summerfallowing and soil drifting, lie anfised strip 30 rod strip to crop and a rod strip to sumiuerfallow. Prof. Bedford, of Winnipeg, Prof M. Shirk, of Regina, Don. Bark. Brooks. Prof. Hutton, Calgary, and [Tngh Mclntosh, Maeleod, ail held their audience answering numerous inestions. Thu stop at Raymond altogether a pleasant one. FREE PREMIUMS SOAP TJ RALLY wonderful valued ore to be obtained from our mew range ot premiums Wa list here n few of the they are rare values. We list below some ol tha values. A more complete list is found illustrated in our Big New free to vou on request. A Few of the Values to be Obtained Aluminum Kitchenware Picec Combination Cooker, free for wrappers or -00 wrappers and 11.50 cash. 5-Qaart Mislied finish, for vrrappcrj or 30 wrappers and cash. Don hie quarts, wrappers or wrappers" and J3.20 cash. FounUiu I'en-Hk'. Hold nib, free for 500 wrappers or 100 and eash. Indian A 1 a r plated, hell inside, stem ihutofT; -A Kuartintccd clock, mailed free for tiOQ wrappers or 3u wrappers and cusli. Pocket wrappers or 100 mil Too caeh. Hiir free for 600 wrup- and pnre briatlea, or COO cash. Men's Military Hair Pure free for DM -wrap- pers each, or 100 ivrapperi cod SOe cash. King Georite Pattern have s. full Hue of this, which is exclusive and cannot be boucht eisew-ltere. Beautiful design, heavily platad. Large or small Tea Spoons, free for iOQ wrapper! tor half dozen, .or 100 wrappera and cash. Dejscrt Knives, free for wrappers for half doccn, or SCO wrappers and cash. Hundreds oi other wonderful values listed in our new Catalogue. Use the couppn and obtain free. The Royal Crown Soaps Limited Calgary, Alia. Premium Department IW.7 Alia. Kindly lend aw, free, your big new Premium CitaloEue. Name........... ARGENTINA WILL NOT TAX WHEAT EXPORTS nUBN'OS AIRES. Feb. un- certainty as to whether the govern- nont would impose a super-tax vheat exports this year was dispelled oday when President Irrogoyeu an- nounced to a committee of icrts that no lax would he added, pro- idod the grain trade agreed upon the xing of a minimum tax to the farm- rs. which would be adjusted at the hortest possible intervals in accord- nco with the hiovement of. tho mar- el. This was ngreeil to by the com- iltteo and the president instructed tho members to consult with tho fin- minister In determine the meth: the minimum m-ira, MACDONALD'S Cut Brier More Tobacco for the Money Canada's best buy- the ECONOMY Package ;