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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEBRUAHY 2R. 1021 THE LETHBR.1PGE DAILY HER AID PAGE FIVIj MARKETREPORTS HER CASE SEEMED TR11ECK HAY PRICES O'urnlstied by Kurui 1'roilucls, Ltd., No. Alrjilfu, I'Utliiii; .....J-0.00 No. 1 Alfalfa, 1st "i.OU No. i Alfalfa...........lli.ou lo JS.UO No. 1 Mixed timothy untl alfalfa liiglit lulled ...........20.110 to 22.00 No. 1 Blucjolnt, irrigated 25.00 to 2B.OO No. 1 Tlmotby. irrlgnttsd t'XJ to J3U Wheat Straw (3 wires) 10.00 Out Straw .............10.W to 12.00 Car lota. Coaldalc or LETHBRIDGE GRAIN PRICES I'ritcs paid today for grain In Letlv Jridse, wagon load lota follow: Wheat Oats...................'7 Barley Winnipeg Grain Market WINNIPEG, Fob. {fluctuated -within a narrow range on today's market, and our prices, which showed a slight Saturday in face of a decline on Chicago, again in a normal relatire petition. Tbf> close was 1 1-4 to 1 l-2e lower. Cash wheat was In utroog mantl spreads hardened another All offerings were readllr ab- sorbed by millers and Cnh irheut closed 3-4c lower. Tho course grain situation continues No. 4 C.W1... BAULKY No. C.W... TS', Heif anit feit Track KI.AX Xo. 1 N. No. 2 C.W... 174 f Condemned Track RYK- 'No. S W Chicago Grain No. U .I51 .147 Jtil CHICAGO, Wheat prlcta declined tojay largely as a result of j sales of wheat to go .into storo hern' and because nf larger airivals south- west. Importnnt commission houses led in Vhe Opi-riins fc lower wilh March 167'i to ir.7% and May 155Vi to the market suf- fered further setbacks. Oat. opened weak, U to %c lower with May t.o -U% and llicn de- clining still more. CLOSE FUTURES 166; May 155 US 3-4; July 71 1-8. 44 3-4; July 45 7-1. CASH CLO8B a 176 1-4 to 189 !-4; No. 2 hart 173 to 174 1-3. yellow 62 1-3 to 1-1; No. miaad 62 1-2 to 2 white! 4a 5-S to 45; No. Bit "FnMftS" Hultfe and Strwjtl !9 8r. Ron ST., Moxnui. "I un wriiinf you ieli yoa that to This medicine reliertd me when I had liTcnuphope of ever lieinj well. 1 waa t terrible sufferer from suffered for yean; lud nothing I took did meinjrgood. I read about "Fruit-a-tircs" and tried them. After taking a. few boves, ofUtilwfiultrful medicine mtuitfrvm fruit I am now entirely well" Madame ROSINA FOISIZ. (Oe. a box, S for trial Jit, At all dealer.1 or KnA poctptid by FraJt-4-tfres Limited. Ottawa. from Injurioi City, i Mr. and Mrs. Alvin If. Van itlper, Michigan C'lty, Ind. the miier in car will mil from I: to lj tons uf polnon Keferrinj to the value o' early poisoning of tbo hoppers Mr. Strick- land dtoil the cane of ThuB. .Hocking, route, lo Michigan tormvr. who wrote the experiment vtatlon that ho figured that Jl.'j worth of poison bait clUtvl- Imtutl early ami according tu the Iron from rnidentllled woman, believed to bo wife, taken from wrockane him, utso died cjl route to Mk'M- tun City. Second Honiymoon Fatal r- I i ,1 Out.. L'8. oiiimeinlatiuns ot the undo crop nioro valuable lant year. At point, Don Dark, of Iirookn, siuikc on the virtues of mixed farm- ng. He said it uus tln> method that ins from the r Hfcoiii! imievmoon j....- Mr ami .Mm. Justin Collins, of this f.ut. have the water o" were among lho.i> killed in tho tlei1' ,h? p ind train wreck Sunday wonderful Hiinea they could do on their fnrras. In "tho California of cur. In the demonstration car were HUMcitucUN of every known kind of noxlouu weed and of the worma and that iufeKt thix western coun- try. The obnnrvatlon of thcso diKoreut kiiidH will undoubtedly aid farmers in idcntifyinfi thorn and destroylnj them. Visit Later in the evening ihu stair of the government train were escorted body to the famous Mormon tern-} Mr. John Parrish acted as I Ktilde aud explained the raviolis in-[ tercstlng features of this unique! edince. The party was deeply im- pressed wilh the beiuty, dignity and strength nf the temple. Hofore leav- ing u souvenir photo of the temple wie presented to each of the party- intcr-provlnclal ban a week abead of It. TfcH is the concludiui; of tht tour of the ihree western slops that wilt be oiade thli are: Warner. 10 a.m. Monday, feb. Jf. Milk Hirer, 2.SO p.m., 10 a.m., Tuesday, Mar. 1. Voremost, Rtiikum. 10 a.m., Mar. 2. Manyherries, 2.30 p.m. Macleod, a.m.. Thursday, Mar. Pinchcr, C.'SO p.m. Hirons. 10 a.m., Friday, March 4. JI.30 p.m. Ktarely, 10 a.m.. Saturday, March 0. Ciramrm. 3.30 p.m. unchanged Oats closed 6-S to l-2c 3 42 3-4 to 41 3-4. lower; barley unchanged to high-1 Calaary Livtjtock flax Ic lower and rye 2u higher. j CAlfiARY, Feb. l Brazilian .fractionally lower at 1-8. j Noon prices for War and Victory I loan War 93 T-S; 1521, 93 1-2: 1987, 97 1-2. Victory PS 1-C: 1923, 97 3-4: 1924, 97; HS1-S; 1934, S3 J-2: 99 1-2. Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Feb. his wife On their departure two weeks ago informed frlcnrts intended to "complete honeymoon that had suddenly terminated at the time of their marriage four years ago. They arc survived by two and two sisters. Calgary Woman In Wreck LONDON, Teb. 38. N'ine sur- I 1 iViltUUIIlillJIIB, III IIH1 VjllJ tlUl u III I wio was an employee Bark r.f.rr.d t. j ot the C.P.R., on his vacation with Enormous Yleldt Wtth Irrigation 71o had .1 ot green corn he sold to P. Burns and company, of! Calgary, at 30 cents per dozen ears. Thia netted him J250 an, illii new potatoes netted him 1400 an acre. He shipped the first carload ot Al- virora of tbe Indiana railway wreck passed through London at o'clock. All appeared to he none the worse for their experience. Mrs. Allen of Calgary, en ronte to Listowel to visit her parents, suffered mostly from shock. She showed a bertairown pumpkins and mammoth Etiuaih to the Calgary market. The t'vo cars marketed netted him an acre. And the labor attached to the growing of these crops small. Even greater results had bien se- cured in the growing of alfalfa and two inches wide from one of tbe coackes. She claimed it was one of the largest pieces left. Was Port Lambton Man ItEGIXA, Feb. Peter Cain, kill- ed iu ths wreck at Porter, Intl., had SIS 75% 183 187 Quotations: flay JSS July.............. 171H -'mSledly slow (cloae and Muy'....'.......... July.............. 51% li All Ma-.'.............. July................. May.............. 184 July.............. 1ST Jlay.............. 163 Cash Prices No. i Nor...191 "i No. Nov No. Nor...1847i No. 4 Nor No. 3 ......1677i No. (i Track, Manitoba, Saskatchewan. and Alberta.................ISITi I No. 2 C.W... Xo. 3 C.W... 45U Kx. No. 1 feed ................4SVz ?7. No. 1 feed.. 43V- Xo. 2 feed.. 40% Track 49% stock market was only moderately ar.- been visiting his sister far about 10 at tire, during the early trading this ,lays and Ieft nere Friday last for his to noon aud ovver tho week-1 morning, but throughout was strong. Cjcse.j end were 229 cattle, 5 calves, 101. hogs jAbitibi rose 1-2 point to 40. Atlantic Sugar unchanged at. 31. Brompton and 78 The market was deciil with prices at last week's few lales to noon. were bid for at for selects off cars. Edmantan Livestock EDMONTON, Feb. receipts IS; calves nil. About 450 head held over. Mar- iket opened quiet with prices steady and unchanged; choice butcher steers J6.50 to ?6 to }6.50. Extra choice to J6: common to choice tows and hei to for top; good to 1SS% ium )4 to to; stocker cows to t4; home in Port Lambton, Ont. He had stayed in Chicago over Sunday and left Cliicago at last night. His sister is Mri. Albert Gorman, 2238 was the feature of the first half hour rising 2 1-3 to 39. Dominion Steel 1-2 point higher at 47, while National j t Death at 42 Breweries and Spanish River were i PORTER. Ind.. Veb. death uuchanged. Of iast night's railroad wreck Wall Street Stocks j here was todaiT fixed by H. O. Seipel, NEW YORK; Feb. the stock coroner of Porter at 42. The exchange tlie week opened with an. morgue at Chesterton contained 36 uncertain trend. Shippings and oils bodies, some of them only fragmen- reactionary, while rails aud tary; four were still under the wreck- equipments were steady. Southern age fifteen after the accident. of sweet clover which produced him pounds of seed. This sold at SO cents a pound. "Tho poisibillttes of our irrigation farms beyond concluded Mr. Baric. Timely addresses were made by the other lecturers principally on the weed menace. Following tha meet- ings in the lecture cars the "farmers spent an hour of educational value in the demonstration and implement i JUST wifret cAution Ijttla evil be- of, coM. R'ealixa id Ooco listen i iu dutches on you, it Jteinj if you can't ihate it Many very illneiso ai'ten htTe tKeir beginning in a cold which could gotten rid promptly if the proper remedy bo Uken in time. como md derelop npidlr. Don't tate rhances. At the first sneeie orcougn, chilly feeling, right in to like DOMINION C.B.Q. TO (ia the red A few .f tibleti break up cold and fnt the saltern of it. Taken ia line. DOMINION C.B. Q. prerer.1 you from haviug Tonsillitii. BronehttiA and thoie racking that TOtl to loie weight aWd appetite, avd pull down your entire STSten. The fcrt thst DOMINION C. B. Q. A COLO are mada MMflllOiiCRQ Ipac, Chemical Compaar of Ctnidi. limited it the of tlttir if Pacific, Baldwin International. two were at a hospital in Michi i mod- Paper ancl hardened mod-' City. Only 18 had been positively erately on short covering. United. 171s: ifhnipa lielit' VMI Jin tn 'States steel, selling ex-dividend, with. i to WI TOS'a Identified by relatives or friends. Gordon Campbell, RevelBtoke, B. C.. bulls S3 to }4. receipts S4: packers bidding fraction. Exchange on London eased Engineering School, slightly from last, week's close. SHE TOOK HER MOTHER'S ADVICE Now in the Best of 1th becau t e took Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound Kessocir, mother has taken Lydia E. Vegetable iCompound and 1 upon learning of 1 my 1 vised me to try it, 1 seemed ail I run down after the ttnu and had IJcorrhoea very bad. I have taken I.j'dia E, Pinkham'i Vegetable Com- ound and Lydia Pinkham's __od Medicine iamtive Wash also Dr. Brown's Capsules and Prescription and am much better in every way. I am willing for you to use my letter as a testimonial as I recommend your Mrs. IMXE NELSOK, Kes-ock, Sasfc. It is not always in business that a woman ia forced to give up her work .ew lork Central ors, utilities, Central Leather, Sears- 'ram.hlt .'.he tower bel. j Chicago. H. Y. C. Statement Officials of the Xew York Central said that the automatic recording de- Tice in the tower at the crossing Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG. 1'eb. specialties. Branch'.J-Heceipts over the week-end Roebuck and various 210 cattle and 62 hogs. Bidding on the cattle market this morning was a sain o Hi, hut in {brlik for anything of killing grade. eral- ralls wevs dul1 uule In tba itaer clauei pricea 'appeared to be 2uc higher thart the previous cloae. Good quality steera changed hands at f8.25-to f.8.50 with medium to Bulk of best femal signal station, three miles back from the crossing on each line, just 21) itocker. aud butchers to (eederi unchanged, with 3. "few being made at for good feeder Hogs opened in line with the close. i of the week-end at for .elects. Montreal Livestock MONTREAL, (Dominion Branch.) Cattle, receipts tS60. The market wa> about 3oc higher. Calves, 271- Good veal to Sheep, receipt. 34. receipt. Si 9. Selects Chicago Live.tock CHICAGO, Pab. Cattle, receipts j veal calves atendr; others h seconds ahead of tho Michigan Cen-i erai, rails were ami ana iitue train, thus giving the New York j ed. Early call loans were made of way. seven per cent. Shippings. An statement issued from I anil teitilss were objects of a iiear attuck dur ing the noou hour. Atlantic Gulf fell tho office of the chief dispatcher of.; the Michigan Central-at Chicago de-; clared the Michigan Central engine j log me '11UU11 UU1A1 .-htlaittlU mil Til. 7, 4 1-1 points to a new low .price tor I failed to observe that United itho C1'03sin5 signal wag sat against! _ the current .movement and II Fruit, Mercantile common. Woolen! Rubber anil American loaf. 1 to 2 1-2 points. Chemicals were Included among the! the reactionary stocks of the last hour with shippings and minor oils. Cru-: cibln strengthened but other leaders were listless. The closing was heavy. Bar Silver NEW YORK, Feb. Bar silver, domestic 39 1-S; foreign 36 1-1. Closing Sales NEW YORK, Feb. 11G 1-S: U.S. Steel 87 7-S; U.S. Steel preferred .109 1-" N. Y. Funds (Continued from itont Page.) strong to higher; bulk beef steers to Hogs, receipts 15 to 25c j deiuaud XEW YORK. Feb. ex-1 message to say whether, if the joint lower than Saturday's average; pigs Canadian dollars 151; cables steady to IBc lower. Sheep, receipts W.OOO; tew early sales steady; later bidding weak; lamb toy early Toronto Livestock TORONTO, Fob. Cattle, receipts 2216. Cattle trade opened with the market higher. Most of the trade is helug done at steady prices. Toronto Stocks TORONTO, Feb. General lilec- tric, at a. gain of 2 1-4 points at 109 1-4, proved the feature of a quiet morn- ing on the stock exchange today. Que- bec 'Railway advanced 1 point to 25 1-2. Dominion Canuers gained 2 points 32 1-2, Spanish Kiver was slight- ly higher at 74, Abibiti was steady and cent, di.siionnt. resolution did not embody his under- standing of the results of the con- ference, to say just what Mr. Meigli- en's understanding of. the conference was, to reply before Monday after- i aoon. 'Up to noou Monday no reply WIVVIPW "o on u ion the subject had been received o[ GRAIN IN STORE ffrain at inal elevators at Fort William and Port Arthur on February 23, v.-itli re- ceipts and shipments during the was issued by tho board ot commissioners on Saturday Stocks in Wheat bushels; oats 10, 206, barley 3- flux rye Wheat bushels- .its barley 006; rye 26.687. Wheat bushels- oats barley flax 13- Exciting Debate Likely The unique situaticin in which a federal government flatly repudiates an official statement by a provincial government undoubtedly will furnish the hasls for one of the most excit- ing debates ever hoard in tho Aiberta legislature. The sensational develop- ments have caused a buzz of excite- ment in legislative circles and no one (MCDONALD'S PRINCE of WALES CHEWING TOBACCO flax js wjlling to predict, what the outcome will be. The statement which Mr. Meighen repudiates was coulained. first in the provincial gofera meat's amendment to Opposition Leader Ewinfi's motion, which protested against the natural resources of Al berta being "Unjustly withheld" to be exploited by any political party. Tbe provincial government's amendment expressed salisfacton with the pro gross made toward obtaining a trans fer of resources -and said The Clause .In Question "A definite assurance has been ceived from the Prime Minister of Canada, that during the present acs aion of the Dominion parliament, ha will draft a definite proposal for the restoration of tbeir natural resources to the three prairie .provinces of Can ada, winch proposal willow submitted to the parliament ot Canada and the governments of the prairlo provinces for their consideration and ratifica- tion." It is this latter statement whiuh Mr. Afeighen in his telegram to the pro- vincial government refers to as "un- The statement was re peated in a inijder form In the joint resolution of tbe subject prepared by mixed committee representing all elements in tbe legislature. (Continued from front pagej bait. We have found that bran and sawdust mixed with fhe potnon and mollamex is equally as effective aa bran averred the speaker. Thin will mean a considerable ttarlng to the farmer und should encourage u mere universal campaign against the hoppers. A community butt miiar recommended. ibBHar to state whether the compromise reso- lution did not cover Mr. Meighen's j understanding of what toot place at j tlis last confere-ucft between Mr. Meighen, members of the federal cab- j inct, and the three western provinces j on tue subject. The Alberta acting; premier asked Mr. Meighen in tbe An All-Embracing Program THE good sopgs, the old and new songs-Vthc frolics of life in standards and classics of the best Starr Gennett list of records for March has all these the vocalists and musicians are masters of their art. You won't regret trying ti Starr 513 4677 4678 4680 4674 4675 4676 9102 9105 9049 9051 RECORDS rEATHEK YOUR Clias.W.Harnson, I Suag by i Chu. Hire S Choriii. LOVE Wind by 1 br I Brhn Quintette. CKNTLE AND Waveil I by The Brfco QuintetU. SO NEARTOTHEKINGDOM D.i.e ICthelTouriand Mr. Robt. Cjn. 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