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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5. 1921 TH1 LETHBBTnrP! DAT! Y HERALD PAOG PIVK MARKET REPORTS LITHMIDQE ORAIN PRICES frieea fald today (or to krldfl. wagon lotd loU folluw: Wheat Oaxi.......................86 Barley .....................56 Flax...................... 1.55 Kjre SUFFERED DAY NIGHT Signs pointed to atottlBg down of port call, and It contended on the bear side that fort If n buyers of wheat In the United PtaUi were about out o( the market. Opening prices, which ranted 11 to Ic lower, with March 173 to 17J 1-S and May to 1-4, were followed by a decided further setback. Oats went downgrade with other for grains, starting to 1-2 to Winnipeg drain Markets WINNIPEG, Jan. domestic use showed a much better i S-4c off with May to 41 5-J and demand, which created a somewhat then weakening all around. stiffer cash market In comparison with, Chicago Tuesday and !n some daaes the prem-j CHICAGO, Jan. frturos: turn was as nnch as 5 cents a bushBl; 169 1-1; May up. It Is nald, claim the 74 1-8; July 76 14. Oats- local market li too high and any bids' May 47 7-8; July a. that ore coming from the seaboard are about J to 5 cents out of line. Prices declined on a very small vol- ume of'business, the trade being In- clined to the view that lower prices may be looked for. Wheat future! closed 2 l-8c lower and cash wheat S 7-8c higher to 2 1-Sc lower. The coarse grain future market! were showing a somewhat easier Un- CLO8B CASH: 1 red 198 to 198 1-S; No. 1 hard 185 3-4. I mlied 70 3-4 to 71 1-4; No. 2 yellow 74. t white 47 1-t to 48 1-4; No. 3 white 46 to 47 1-4. Calgary LlviiUnfc CAUJARY, Jan. was brlik at the itockyards today and prices firm. Receipts were: Cattle UN Torture of Dyspepsia ReHewd By "Froft-t-tiw Linu BIAS 0. B. "I WM a terrjble inflerer from Djafefiit fnd Const; for yean. t bad pain after eating, belching (at, mutant headaches and did not well at niflit. Finally, a friend laU me la In a week, tno Owttlpation wu corrected and soon Iwu free of pain, and that miserable feeling that accompanies Dyspepsia. I continued U take this splendid fruit medicine and aow I am veil, s Irene and ROBERT NEKTON. Wo. a box, 6 for trial sine At all dealers or .sent postpaid. of Fruit. Limited. Ottawa, very steady. There wai no c! the cash situation. 141. Choice steers went to IS; med- luw to good to 17. Heifers med- 1mm to good 16.25 to M.35. Cows, changed. Quotations: Open. Close. May 188K 187% 58 57% 871i S6V May 208 May................. 16EH Cash Prices WHEAT- NO. 1 Nor...192% No. 2 Nor...188% No. 3 Nor...181% No. 4 Nor...174% No. B No. 6 ......14514 Feed'........................137% Track. Manitoba, Saskatchewan and A'.aerta ...............18S% OATS- NO. 2 C.W... 53 No. 3 C.W... 56 Er. No. 1 50 No. 1 feed.. ,No. 2 feed.. 44% Track BARLEY- NO. 3 C.W... SS% No. 4 C.W... 76% Teed......................... 67% Track 86% FLAX- NO. 1 N. W. C..................200 No. 3 C.W... 196 No. 3 C.W... 173 Condemned Track .......................JOO jt _ i to Stockeri aad feeders, med- lam to good to IS.35: common M.K) to 15.25. Calves, medium to good 17.50 to 18.50, Good ewei 17; choice lambs 111.50. Hogs 117.35 to I17.SO oft car! for selects, which i! a jump of 25 cents. Winnipeg WINNIPEG, Jan. change strong; demand 13.58 3-4; cabloi 1-2. Canadian dollar! firm, 14 1-2 per cent, discount. Closing Sales NEW YORK, Jan. C.P.R. 116; U.S. Steel 81 3-4; U.S. Steel preferred 109, Edmonton Livestock EDMONTON, Jan. receipts 200; calves 19. Market active with some fair quality cattle offered. Prices on steers steady and female stuff strong- er. Choice butcher steers to common J4.50 to cows and heifers topped the market at with bulk going at 16.50 to 111. Keen demand for Sheep, receipts 3. Choice lambs to yearlings choice ewes to ALLIED PREMIERS MEET AT PARIS, JAN. is. No. 2 C. W 163% ou'eher cow! I5.BO to J7; Chicago Grain'M.Vket' today .ISO good feeders at to Choice 1230 hogs and 55 sheep. Trading veal calves J7 to 17.50. fairly active with bidding on all' Hogs, receipts Selects classes and grades generally In line, off cars. with Tuesday's close. Choice heifers weighed up 17.50 to with good choice batcher cows making to butcher steers to stocker and feeder steers, choice to There was a gocd demand for veal calves at to The sheep and lamb market was qniet, good lambs bringing sheep The hog market opened with a de- cidedly weaker tone, packers bidding for selects, a decline of from yesterday. Chkaoo Livestock CHICAGO, Jan. receipts 11.000; beef steers slow, about steady; bulk to nothing strictly choice here; best canneri and heifers steady; other (he itock alow at 2oc PARIS, Jan. allied pre- mleri will meet in Paris on Jinu- ary 19 to dlscusa the subject of German disarmament, the repara- tion! questions and the future at- titude of the allies toward Greece, It was announced this afternoon. The French government accepted the British suggestion that the meeting be held on this date in Paris. __Kraut I'JIKB.) _ The balloon came down slowly and thu basket bci'amo tightly wedged In the underbrush. On coming dpwn. Farrell espied a sniuke- stack. It appeared to him to bo only I a short distance away, hut when thoy I reached tho ground they lost sight it entirely. Again thoy wero help- less. The next move was tu docldo in which direction they should pro- ceed to roach civilization, which tkey felt satisfied was well within tlmir grasp. They wandered around until nightfall when Hlllton suggested they give up and camp for thu night. The Indian Scared The next morning with renewed Disarmament Is Not Guarantee Of World Peace 3am Gomyen Still Sees Need For League of Nations Also NEW YORK, Jan. Letters from prominent Canadians written In connection with vigor they mapped" out a New York World's International Lacking the bump of location in the disarmament campaign are published wilderness, Ilinton suggested that the! in this morning's edition of that party stride in. a northerly paper. Sir Vincent Meredith, proat- but "sobd father" as Farrell was' dent of tho Bank of Montreal, says known to his associates, stuck to the j that "under existing world-wide econ- old sailor's slogan: "Follow the conditions there can be no ques- in tho eastern sky." A compromise; tion. that it Is highly desirable that was reached and the party walked j vast expenditures on armaments southerly. Catching a glimpse of the should ceaso and all countries work smokestack they felt they were once together to this end." again In safe territory. Making i Sir H. Montague Allen, president of straight for the smokestack, Tom I tho Merchants Bank of Canada ii of Marian, an aged the'the opiniuu that it is doubtful If the three men coming through R break in, time has yet arrived for general dls- the brush. He took to his heels. Rob- armament owing to ths unsettled con- Inson Crusoe's wearing apparel had dition of aSairi in Europe, but advo- g on the outfit displayed by thla cates the cdnclusion of an agreement trio. Their clothing was one mass of between Great Britain, the United rags, so much so that the Indian fear-' states and Japan with the object of ed they were snvases. Lieut. Kloorj stopping'further capital expenditure, chased the old Indian and pleaded Stephen Leacock, professor of Mc- wtth him to direct them to a place of' Gill University, says that "rivalry In I .naval armament between Great Brlt- Their explanation satisfied the old ain and the United States is a path- fellow who took them to his hut and way to'ruin. Such a. course would made them feel comfortable. He dis- betray both peoples and lead sooner patched his wife to Moose Factory to or later to a conflict that would over- inform bupt. Poole, of the Hudson's, whelm both- in disaster. While there Bay company of the arrival of the is ju8t time. let us speak and act three men. against Sllcn he ,av8. The letter from Hon. W. L. Mac- Kenzie King, leader of tl made public In Canada yetteroay, wai WHKtKKV PFRMITfi PuMl.h.d in World here ihli W morning. He Ii atrongly In favor of disarmament. Samuel Gompers, president, of tbe American Federation of Labor, sayi: "I am fir disarmament everywhere, but I am not hopefnl of peace through disarmament alone, nor do I wish to see disarmament wlthovt the panylng development of means and methods of settling tho disagreement! of nations by democratic practices through properly devlsod channels. "The most effective road to disarma- ment would be ratification by the United States of tho treaty, of Ver- sailles and the covenant of tbe Lea- gue si Nations." GARMENT HDLE cent, of the garment worker! in the Chicago market are idle, M. M. Holtl, secretary, told delegates of the Inter- Association of Clothing De- signers, lu convention here.1 SOLD AT RATE 0 A GALLON CHICAGO, Jan. Whiskoy per- mits bearing the forced signatures of federal officials in New York and Chi- cago were sold to anyone who ert them and for as many gallons at were desired at the rate ot }8 tor each gallon, according to evidence! which, federal olliclal.i last night said they had obtained through arrests made In tho past few days in connec- tion with mi alleged whiskey ring which was said to have maintalne4 headquarters in Chicago, New York and Jersey City and to have been backed by government officials. Two men were arrested yesterday CHICAGO, Jan. 50 per and held under bonds. Accord- ing to government officials they car- ried a quantity of forged permits and wero said to have confessed that the permits were sold at the rate of ft a gallon. DOES MORE THAN STOP THE COUGH NADftUGO ter' wifh -I Liver Oil Conipouiul MM to At seat o( UM the irritated and inflamed faints. It ami, IweU the air puaafea; loosens the phlegm; stops UR tkUfctf in tht tbitul; mad, nlmo.t before you it, you are rid of the cough for good, NADRUCO SYRUP OF TAR with GOD LIVER OIL COMPOUND is pleasant to the t.Ue-ii to the il particularly toned the UM oi children. Gtl a taJmy. NiifamlDntaid Chemical U CaucU, CHICAGO, Jan. com- mission house selling together with >lack of support led to material de- clines today in tbe wheat market. Hots, receipt! opened steady to lOc lower; later iteady to 30c higher than yeiterday'i average; top pig! 19.85 to 110. Sheep, receipt! mostly Z6c Toronto Lrnitoek TORONTO, Jan. receipt! With a good rnn of cattle, trade opened at prices steady to a (hade lower than soccer games played were yesterday. One load of fool botcher cattle sold for J10.SO, Calves, receipts 147. Trade In chalet realers continued active. Sheep, receipt! 170. to Hogs, receipts Z837. Prices from With a heavy KAISER BRONCHITIS IN EXILE Thousands Liberated What! have you not heard tha joy- ful tidings! Bronchitis hss bean ei- right out of and Canadians liberated from the bondigt of this disease. Svetj trace of bnaeUal trouble blown te atom by Moat diaeue-deainjrar, Bnoklejr'i tie Hiaian, He wonder peapU are Mjoleiatl No dread tke of eaugki, uthsn, etc.. and so anxious are they that uvuld beaedt ef letters have beta wriHjn praelaln- iag the aerita of this wonderful aeuloos remtdy. Hen is Wkwn U mar Coaeern: "Thi. is te certify that I had been suffering for orn three weeks with bronchitis and wan advised to try Buckley's Bronchitis Mixture. I purchased a bottle and after tha third dose I re- eeived relief, and before tho j exceeded gains. 'Losses avaraglng a ANOTHER DISCUSSION ON NAVAL DISARMAMENT WASHINGTON, Jan. discussion of world naval disarms-. ment before tha senate foreign rela-i tions committee today was without result. The committee adjourned sub- ject to the call of the chairman, ex- pected, within a few days. A Periloui Flight To McLeod, Lieut. Hinton told the story of their perilous flight from Rockaway Point to Moose Factory. He said shortly after leaving Rock- away they glided into the teeth of a ;errlflc storm near Fork Mountain, :hree mtles north 'of Wells, in Mew York state. Not feeling any cause for alarm, tiiey did not think it neces- sary to dispatch one of threa pigeons which they carried. The balloon was expected to take a western course after reaching the St. Lawrence river They were making about 33 miles an hour when thoy ran into a southwest gale which carried them in the direc- tion of the far north. No attempt was made to make a landing until they reached Shipsands. Three attempts were made but with- out success. Fighting a fierce battle with the elements they floated around at a high elevation for over eight hours when the final descent was de-i cided upon. O.C. FOOTBALL RESULTS LONDON, Jan. Asso- ciated in Scottish Motherwell 1; Airdronians 0. Dumbarton 2; Clydebank 1. waa finished, I was perfectly well. In making tin above assertion I no hesitation in saying it is tho belt remedy I aver came in eontaet with for heavy colds and Mrs. 1C. Harding, Dujt- less Broih Co., Toronto. The original of thii testimonial may be at W. K. Buckley, Limited, 142 Mutual St., Toronto. This mixture, proven m thousands of Canadian houtjoholdi, run of hogs, larger dealings are look- ed for at packers' prices. Montreal Llvtatoak MONTREAL, Jan. receipts IS: butcher hotfere, common tt.M to 17.50. Calves, receipts 55. Veal calves generally to 118.50. Sheep, receipts 75. Lambs, common JS'to Hogs, receipt! 210; selects sold for (18 off cars. New York Sttxkl NEW YORK, Jan. Ivreg- nlar conditions were unchanged at the dull opening of today's stock mar- ket although contrary to the move- ment of the previous session, declines point were made by Mexican and Pan American petroleums. Royal Dutch, Lackawanna Steel, Virginia-Carolina Chemical, American International and Atlantic Gulf, while rails lost Inree fractions. Advances wero limited to relatively obscure industrials and specialties, 'Including Bndicott-John- son. Peoples' Gas and General As- phalt. An overnight rise of 3 cents In the London rate- was the note- exchange ESTIMATES POPULATION OF B. C. AT VICTORIA, Jan. Columbia's population is 536, according to Dr. Henry Yonnj, secretary of the provln. cial board of health, who today made public his report for 1920. The 1919 population was given as and for 1917 as D'ANNUNZIO TO BE LAST TO GET OUT TRIESTE, Jan. d'An- nunjio will be the last man of his expeditionary force to leave Flume, it was learned yesterday. Evacuation of the legionaries will begin today and will last several days. Present conditions In tha city are miserable due to lack of food. MONEY FOR IRELAND NEW YORK, Jan. American committee for relief In Ireland, has voted to' send for immediate relief in Belfast and Cork, MACDONALD'S >f WALES CHEWING Canada's standard since 1858 became.more aggressive in to health. Take no or money refunded." Ask .your driggist 19 HOLD IN LETHBRIbOE BY THE STOKES DRUG CO. ASPIRIN "Bayer" is only Genuine and the miscellaneous list. Mexican Petroleum lost 3, Pan-American and Royal Dutch Atlantic Quit 3 1-2, In- denendent Steels and Heniprnents 1 to 1 1-2, American Sugar 1 3-4 and Am- erican Smelting 1-2'points. Endt- cott-JohTison lost 2, .Continental 3., American Tobacco and Bears-Roebuck 1 3-4 points, and investment ralis, notably Reading, Great Northern, the PaelflcB and Chesapeake and Ohio 1 I to 1H points. A moderate rally led by Baldwin and Crucible Steel proved In- effectual, prices dropping back again before noon. Call money was in abundant nupply at 7 per cent. Wall Street p.m. Price Impairment continued during the dull noon hour, Rallies of 1 to 3 points in several of the shippings, rails and Heels were offiet by the in- creased heaviness of American Wool- len, American Writing Paper prefer- Warning! If! criminal to take a red, .International Paper, Sears-Hoe- chance on any auhntituie for genuine buck, Sumatra Tobacco and related "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin." prescribed specialties. by physicians for twenty-one years I Back Ache Pot Lame Back, Sideaehe, Shoul- der Pain, Stiff Neck; etc, use H Ot- Ib'a 'Wiard Oil. It penetrates quickly, eases the pain and drives out the. sorenesa. Keep it in the house. Wlxard On is a good dependabk preparation to have in the medicine chest for first aid when the doctor cases of every day ailment or mis- hap, when there is need of an im- mediate healing, antiseptic applica- tion, as in cases of sprains, bruises, cuts, burns, bites and stings. Gantroca rite bottle K TOO with Bt for 3tc, pink MR. OR MRS, DYSPEPTIC Get rid of Indigestion and j Stomach Worries with "Pape's Diapepsin" "Really does" put weak, disordered stomachs in does" over- I come Indigestion, dyspepsia, I heartburn and sourness dus to Im'esfwenf 'or RGS i inimn plrln are direction! for Colds, HeadachV Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothacbe, Lumbago and for Fain. Handy tin of twelve tablet! coit tew cents. Dnggliti also sell larger Made In Canada. Aspirin ____ Bar Silver NKW YORK, Jan. illver, undigested food or water; head is cliziy and aches; breath foul; tongue i coated, remember the moment I Wapepsln" coniei In contact with the MONTREAL, Jan. 5.-The local stomach all such distress vanlihei. It'i domeitic 99 1-2; foreign 67 5-8. to the trade mark (rnliund In Can--, and of Mnnafictura of Mono- tMlkMMMUr of SaikyUcMU. j stock exchange continue! to be dull truly marvelioui, uninteresting. Sterling NEW YORK. Jaa. M mtl. and the joy ii it! narmlesinen. bot of Papc'q nitipepiin i Ilftla kA t For the young folks or the person just starting out to save their earn- ings, there is no safer or surtt way of building up a savings account than investing in Aiberta 5 Per Ceiit. Savings Certificates For the person with a hundred dollars or more, up to the big investor, no better in- vestment will be found than Alberta Ten Year 6% Bonds issued in denominations nf JiOO, and J1COO, and bearing interest at the rate uf 6 per cent, per anuuni, payable by coupon half yearly, 1st of May and 1st of November. This form of saving and investing is desirable for all farmer, the wage earner or business proprietor, ths person ou medium or big salary. It is.equally attrac- tive to all. If you have a hundred dollars or more, buy ALBERTA TEN YEAR GOLD BONDS. They earn 6 per cent, interest. The principal with interest duo will be paid ill full lit of May, 1930. A particularly desirable feature of theno gold bonds in addition .to giving a purchaser the very best and safest return on their money, they are free from all taxes in the Province of Alberta. No need to wait until you have a hundred dollars before investing. Put your snuill Havings Into ALBERTA 5 PER CENT. SAVINGS CERTIFICATES. You can exchange them later Tor (i per cent, Gold Bonds at par. Those savings certificates earn 6 per cent, interest, and are redeemable on demand. Buy these bonds direct from the Provincial Treasurer, through your bank or from any recognized bond house lu th-j Province. SEND FOR APPLICATION FORM Addreii communleatlanA to Deputy Prevlncial Treasurer. W. V. NEWSON, Deputy Provincial Treasurer EDMONTOrY ALBERTA Hon. C. R. MITCHELL, Provincial Treasurer ;