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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. JANUARY IMl THE LttTHBRTnf aMT.Y FIVE MARftET REPORTS UITMMIMC MHA WHat O.U By. Winnipeg Grain Markets WINNIPEG, Jan. Online" lured the locil wheat market today with trade vol corded on Ihli Ike smallest re- prices at the Helselec, ________as TihtutMTA LlWefflUCK wen so sssaU that quota- tions to its, the Mia of the day, later reacting. There was an excellent May for cash wheat In store and on track with the offerings prmctkially all. The prem- iums from Z to 3c, No. V northern being at over, No. 2 northern 4c over and No. 3 northern 4u under the May price. Tho present demand is coming principally from Ontario althongh western millers are also in the market. Wheat closed 2 He up. With very light offerings and a small demand existing, ice coarso grain markets remained unchanged today Oats closed l-8c lower; barley 3-lc higher to 3 3-4c higher; flax 8 higher and 1C higher. Quotations Open. Close. May............ 187t4 OAT3 SIM and 170 shMp- took place IB quctattoM tie market this nsorulM majority of steady prices. The sheep and lanui mtrket main tained a steady toiiu tith good mut ton sheep selling from to 7.00 sad yearlings at 8.00, to good quality Packers were bidding he line with the close of yesterday on hog nuir TORONTO. Jan. receipts 141. Mar- ket opened with a good strong trade for any grarte of butcher cattle shade stronger in niiuw. steers, choice 11050 to good 19.50 tn 110.50 Calves, receipts The cafe trade continues strong at steady prices choice 116 to 117. Sheep, receipts Prices 25 higher, tubs I1J.75 to 13-25. Hogs, receipts 6M; weak; fed and watered. Montreal Mocks MONTREAL, Jan.' little business was done in the early trad ing on the local stock exchange this morning. The few important Issne that did appear, remained for the most part unchanged in price. 57% 88W 211V4 May 86V May 209 May............ Cash Prices WHEAT- NO. 1 Nor...197% No. t Nor...103% No. 3 No. 4 Nor...177% No. 5 Nor...l6S% No. 6 Nor...149% Feed Track, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta OATS- NO. 2 C.W... 53H No. 3 C.W... Extra No. 1 feed 50 Vi No. 1 Feed.. 48% No. 2 Feed..45% Track 63% No. 3 C.W... 91 No. 4 C.W... Feed JJJ4 Track No. 1 N. W. C..................MJ14 No. 2 C.W.. .in% No. 3 C.W.. .171% Condemned, Track Toronto TORONTO, Jan. Gains and loss m were about evenly In ac ttve trading on 'tlw Toronto exchange this morning. resulted in site" IOVHUI bslng sus tained by a number kitchen of the mu homo at Livingston nmaMirrsnmt for Ite covered from bacon and to dtonW (I desert. GRAND PRAIRIE COW GIVES BIRTH TO FOUR; WHOLE FAMILY ALIVE CALGARY. Jan. Four calves st one birth, all living and doing well, is the record a cow be- lonfling J. O. Pltttrson, a prom. Intnt rancher of Grflide Prairie, Alberta. The youngsters are tw ami female. The parent of the quadruple is in poor condition, yet there are hopes of saving her life. NEW YOHK, Jan. special dispatch to the I New York World from Washington this morning says tkat senators com- prising the foreign relations and naval affairs committees and authorities of the United Stafe department of state deny that any arrangement either of THREE ROBBERS MAKE UP flctal or Informal has been made tor the of the United States and Canadian Pacific fleets. (A recent cable published In the London Daily Telegraph froiu Syd- ney, N. S. W., stated that consider- able publicity had been giveu there to the announcement that the Can- adian naval sauaJron would he trans- ferred to the Pacific, where It would, co-operate with tho United Status ,-So far as can be ascertained by the World's Washington correspondent, the only possible co-operation between the United States and a British domin-; 'MOB" Ion involved Australia. I ________ The World that Secretary of- the Navy Daniels denied that even; KANSAS CITY, Kas., Jan. i a hint of sucll piajl reached the robbers constitute a "mob" under the lmvv Department. State department; Kansas mob law, according to a ruling were equally emphatic in the of Judge Fischer. j denial that a "gentlemans1 agreement" The city attorney's demurrer to the i on nava; co-operation had dis- damage suit of a pool room i the paper added. proprietor who was robbed by a "mob" of holdup men, was over-ruled by Judge Fischer. Fifteen patrons also victims secured from the also victims of the bandits, who j secured keener. FRIEND WIPE DOES LOT pool room i OF TRAVELLING WHEN SHE IS GETTING MEALS READY chisfiMM Gram CHICAOOJin i-Bearith smti- -trial and special luaes participate CHICAGO, Jin. tojtajji KUTB itock mog ly at material advances, despite e tensive profit taking. Salas approx mated shares. NEW YORK, share -were the stabilising opeaiag of today's most of the copper notably In tplration and American Smelting ad- vancing over yester- day's prices. The cheaper oils and prominent motors also and Crucible Steel the active issues ai aa advance of 1 points. Fractional gains ruled among specialties, but shippings and some of the rails eased. Preliminary quo were higher strongest ot OI me rSllS BBBWI. iiuw tudt LUCIIS 13 ul LIVDU B tatlons for exchange on London were on the trail from Moose Factory. _ ff 9 A st to wheat received new im- petus today owing to the suspension ef the British-American Continental Bank In The strength of atevllns, In the face of rank failure, attracted" considerable attention. Traders played a waiting game. Opening prices ranged 1-1 to Sc lower with March 1-4 to and May 1U 1-4 to and were fol- lowed by a moderate setbsck and then something of a rally. Oats were opening unchang- ed to !-8e lower with 48 7-8 and then tending downward. Closing Futures 173 3-4; May 1671-4 Corn_May 75 1-8; July 78 1-8. 49; July 48 1-8. Clese Cash 3 red 198; No. 2 hard 182. 2 mixed 71; No. 2 yellow 2 white 47 1-2; No. 3 white 45 1-J to 47. Calgary Livestock. CALGARY, Jan. at the stockyards today was fairly brisk and prices were steady. Receipts to noon were: 378 cattle, 107'calves, 639 hogs and 173 sheep. Steers topped with medlnm to good to and common to heifers and cows, medium to toad brought to common 1441 to 25 Good bulls were worth to ana i iu ow V4 and sioekers and feeders topped Hjtng for proflts and pressure against with medium to good to Mexican Petroleum caNised reactions and common to Calves, med- of one to four points throughout the Sum to good were worth to at noon. Call money opened at }g 86 and common from to j? percent. Good ewes sold at and select 1 Wall Street 1.30 o.m. hogs OS cars were sold at from Rails came forward mid-day, But at What Point They Strike is Question That Troubles Reporters CqCHHANB, Ont., Jan. rtghftd by Can. that the eagerly awaited American balloon- lsts have reached the railroad Is ex-j pected here during the day but atf what point the party will emerge upon the Canadian National Railway Is un- certain. According to Indians there are a number of smaller trails branch- Ing off the main travelled road from Moose Factory to either Cochrane or Matllco and should the guides by reason weather conditions or the more favorable state of the strike across country they may roaeli the railway at any one of a half dozen stations where the C. N. R. crosses the numerous rivers which intersect district. It is thought here that the party will not-be in touch with the outside world before the late afternoon at the earliest. The weather, which has been excep- tionally mild for the season of the year, took a drop during the night and the thermometer .early this morn- Ing registered 18 degrees below sero.' Reports from Mattlce district state The Kansas mob law provides that n person .attacked by three or more persons can obtain damages from the preparation of .meals tor an avetrngo municipality. This Is the first case (amiiy means a two-mile dally kitchen where the law has been involved in i _____ _________ a case of attack by robbers. ELEVATOR PLANT DESTROYED SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. plant ot the Otis Elevator company H7J1I here was destroyed by fire early to, w [day with a loss estimated by officials BUY BONDS WE OWN AND OFFER PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA (Qusrsirtteing P.Q.E.) July, 1942. Price: and pay 7.60% will cost you and Interest. will cost you and Interest. will cost you and In- terest. will cost you and In- terest. The entire resources of the Province ul British are behind these They are guaranteed as to Interest as well as to Principal. We consider them safer than any .Canadian Bank, and on a par with Dominion Government Bonds. During the past few weeks we have sold about to local Investors. Buy while the supply lasts. JFith sterling ad- vancing, bonds will not long be available at price. ROYAL FINANCIAL CORPORATION LIMITED 201 Centrcl Bidg SEATTLE, WASH. Building, Vancouver. BRANCHES AT B.C. Permanent'Loan.Bldg. 16 Eldon St. E.C.2 'ernmncnt i_oan.Diug. iv w VICTORIA, B.C.' LONDON, of the company at The fire started from an unknoi cause. KIDNEY PILLS .KIDNEY "Hr's DIJ higher, the demand rate of 13.4S 3-4 showing a l-2c gain orer the maximum price quoted after yesterday's close. In the moderate -dealings of the morning, motors, oils, shippings, equipments, steels and food- shares were most conspicuous at gains of from 1 to 3 points. Special features Chandler mo California petroleums, Royal Dutch, Houston Oil Atlantic Gulf, Baldwin and American Locos and Beet and American Sugar. Textiles, tobaccos and leath- ers featured tne spcialtles at more moderate gains. Rails were back- ward except for a five-point rise in Delaware, iLaekawanna and Western and 1 1-4 in St. Paul preferred. Rea Included motors Studebaker and Mexican and to 117.60. Chleaoa Livestock CHICAGO, Jan. racalpts beef steers generally steady; top bulk to carws steady; fcnlk to Hogs, receipts fairly aetlve, steady to We lower than yesterday's average, pigs lOc lower thsiu yester- day's average. Sheep, receipts IZ.OOO; and lambs 50 to 75c higher; top lambs bulk to Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Jan. (Dominion Union PaciBc, Reading, Norfolk: and Western, Pittsbnrg and West Vir- ginia and Louisville and Nashville making gains of 1 to 2Vi points. Specialties also shared in the rise, particularly General Asphalt, Wlllys- Overland preferred and American Hide and Leather preferred at gains of 1 to 2'i points. Rubbers, textile shippings, equip racnU and rails, at extreme gains of 2 to 6 points, led another Tally, in the final hour. The closing was strong. Bar Silver NEW YORK, Jan. Bar silver, Say feUers.theres two things -I like with my POST TQASTIES lots of room end no competition! Superior Corn Flakes ...................CGZEMA that there is 10 Inches of_fresh snow i LIIB Lraii irum muuaa 1-Kui.u.jr. Opinion here remains undecided as' to which route the party will pursue and newspaper correspondents, includ- ing representatives of all the New York journals, are unable to deter- mine whether to order their special train on to Mattice and chance the balloonists coming there, or to remain at Cochrane, which is a strategical point through which they muat pass on their way home. Arthur Stevens, president of the local board of trade, Is under orders to leave (or whatever point the parly conies out at, but ho has no official information as to that point. It Is stated that the Revlllion Preres packet left Jamra Bay for Cocfcfane via Clute on December 26 and It is thought the Americans may be brought along the broken trail made by the fur traders. Ton are oof experiment- ing w h o a use haw's Oint- ment for Eczemft and Skin Irrita- tions. 1C at onea And gradu- ally heals tho akin. Sacipln box UM'i Oliltuient free If you mention this and send He. stamp for pottnce. HOC. a all dealers or Eilminson, IUM.3 Is Co, Toronto. Cut Brier More Tobacco fcrthe Packages ft The Resources of ttie Province are Back of ALBEM GOLD BONDS '______ _...-___ What better security for your Invtstment than th Provlncs of Alberta? e aenersl' revenue and all the assets of (Continued f'oco Front "ajre.i change. be made in the number of jurors, six as at pres- ent. Women will he eligible to serve insofar as they are not barred by the impossibility of compelling marrlftd women to serve on juries, and the' wording of the criminal code ot Can- ada which provides for locking up juries In criminal cases In one room wiiile tntS verdict is being considered at nights and 'during the course of the trial. Revising Curriculum Hon. George P. Smith, Minister of Education. wjiU -make an iutermfn re- rport on the progress of the work for revising the curriculum of Alharta schools which is expected to be ready at the beginning of the next school year. Advice and opinions are being I obtained from public and civic I bodies throughout the province; and the revision work will be done by ap- pointive representative committeea of educationalists dealing with mepar.tte groups of subjects. Mr. Smith Intim- ated that there would he material cur. tallments iri the quality of the courses tn formal prammar. history and arith- metic, giving more time to the thor- ough teaching of the course prescrib- ed. A 'Phone FarVtine The Alberta government telephones branch ia suffering a famine In auto- matic Instruments according to Dep- uty Norman Harvey. Auto- matic Instruments ordered in Novem- ber 1919 and promised not later than January, 1921, cannot be obtained now until Octnber 1921. As a consequence new intensions to the service In Cal- gary probably will be put on the man- ual telephone basis with a central op- erator. ntnrtage applies to kit joint! nrorlnca, -imm Investment Offered to both the small or large investor, than There if no Safer or Better Alberta Ten Year 6 pet cent Gold Bonds issued in denominations of if 500 and and priced at par, (there being no deal- er's commission payable by the purchaser.) The are Steady and Sure Every six months-lst of May and 1st of November, interest at the rate of 6% per annum is paid by coupon, and the II ith ii terest duci will be paia in full on 1st of Kay, 1030. They may he registered as to principal, prlnclpa w attractive rate of interest these bonds bear, and the tact that they are freo from all taxes In ths AM ,1 trim with the interest of the Province at heart, will readily see the advantage ot this 01 Aiuerta, me Blnce intere8t payments now going outside will bo kept, at home. Now the Time to Invest II von haven't enough to buy a G% bond, start saving by purchasing Alberta 0% demand savings certificates and exchange them later for Gold Bonds. Send for application form, or mail your accepted cheuue tn the Deputy Provincial Treasurer; or you may mirchas3 those Uolrt Bonds through your bank, or any recognised bond house lu the Province of Alberta. Hon. C. R. MITCHELL, W. V. NEWS.ON, Provincial Treasurer. Deputy Provincial Treas. Iff Parliament Buildings. EDMONTON ALBERTA ;