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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, ARK UtTHBBIDGB DAILY HBRALD MARKET REPORTS HAY by Farm Products, Ltd. Let h bridge) .No. 1 129.00 Me. 3 Timothy Mb. 1 Alfalfa, 3nd cutting iO.OO Mo. 1 Alfalfa, lat 19.00 No. 'i Alfalfa 18.00 No. 1 Alfalfa Meal 38.00 No. 1 Blue Joint, irrigated 24.00 No. 2 Blue irrigated 22.00 Car lots, f.o.b. CoaMale or Lethbridge. LlTHiRltXJE GRAIN PRICES Prices paid today for gram In Leth- wafon load Iota follow: Barley .69 Flax.....................1.65 1.25 Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG, Jan. till mid- 179 and Mar Itt 54 to W 1-4 and ware followed ky material falsu aH around. Oats were firm owing to of other f raioa, initial from 1-Sc off to a ahade higher with May 48 3-4 to 48 7-1. CLOSE FUTURES 178; May 2-4. 74 3-8; July 75 34. OATS-May 41 6-8; July 47 CALGARY, prices at the yards today were, steady and trade active. Receipts to noon were j FaroMni Most Cwptnte Heartily If tapd What Pool Is to Matsialze-Wood U. F. A. Hud District Ai- sedations DtHealties in the Way CALGARY, Jan. there will have to be hearty if the farmers' wheat pool It to mater lallte wai the outstanding note when that subject was discussed at the an- nul convention of the U.F.A. district auoclationa of east and west the very worst thing that could happen to wheat ho added, "and I believe that in selling the 1919 crop It would have been made tht wont thing that could have had an ordinary government board own appointed; the whole BUC- ceaa in selling that we had was the fact that It was the propw way to Mil wheat aad they had an efficient! board to tell it." The pncldOBt qf the U.F.A. stated that far that recaon farmers had confidence in a permanent board for the-single that politics would become mixed vp with it; and one of the that had been learned was that there was not a single thing that the hoard had done which could not. be. accomplished by the farmers hemstlvti if the farmers acted co- operatively. There-were of course many difljcul- tles in the way of the pool being a success, added Mr. Wood, but if the larmert were ready to play to game he did not see any reason why all obaticlea should not be overcome. IRMAMENI (Continued from front page.) UHIUAUU, Jan. receipts opening generally steady with In preaentinc his views to the com- mittee, Mr. Daniels took occasion to outline the advice which he would give to Harding should le be asked for counsel on naval mat- ers. This advice took the form of a The Ideal Laxative for Children the KttW OM, QJdwril't Uxaim, Sfiup for conation. ActinaUIr Mldfmtly. Fomuba OB mother, ever anx- unusual Merit of heinj tafe for the tiniest babysyet equally ef- fective for grownups. Tna formula is plainly on the pack- age, and a sixty-cent bottle is sufficient to last an average family many months. There ii nothingbettcr or saf er than Dr. Caldwell'c'Laxative Syrup Pepsin for stomach, liver I la find something bet- win interest herself in learning what ii to mve tliem when they an conabpitcd, have a cold or fever, are bfiloua or dyspeptic. It stands to reason that the remedy the t origfat suitable for you, nt By ifl means do what you can to regulate the diet, giving pre. ferenca to the light, easily di- gested foods. But when diet nils you willhavetohelpNature with medicine. It would then be well for you to avoid the harsher cathartics and physics, castor oil. calomel end such, even if disguised in tablets or pills, for they weaken the child and make it irritable. better plan is to give half a Laxative Syrup Pepsin, which ii a combination of simple laxa- tive with pepsin. It acts mildly and gently and does not gripe or weaken. It has the tains nonarcotics mothers can feel safe in giving it to any member of the family needing a constipation medi- cine. It is syrupy and delight- fully pleasant to take. It must meet the laste of the majority, for last year over eight million bottles were bought in drug stores, the largest sale of the kind in the world. Buy a sixty-cent bottle today win the understanding that fit for any reason it does not do exactly as claimed your money will be refunded. Dr. CaldweU's Laxative Syrup Pepsin has been on sale in drug stores for thirty years so you would not be ex- perimenting with anythingnew. Try It FREE There ere heads of families who will uwnc to to their own satisfaction that mj Laxative Pepim is as cgectivt in constitution, as mild and gentle in action, as plaisant-tasting and safe, as I daim. Let suck a-ritc me for a sample. It will be sent postpaid. Simply say, a free trial bottle of Dr. I Lmaxe Syrup Pepsin end jive your name and address. 1 will sec that the rest is attended to promptly. THEFTCASEI JABER hockey club, he has been asked to be; relatives of the family, and a most present at some of the important enjoyable evening was spent, despite games here, and may do Prof. Alexander, who has ijecn hold- ing phrenology lectures here for a the fact that Mrs. Layton has not yet seemingly fully recovered from the ef- fects of her recent illness, .ur. I yesterday's close.; few steers above, lately upon his inauguration, invite Toronto Livestock TORONTO, Jan. Track, Manitoba, Saskatchewan receipts 1425; re- and Alberta.................201% celpts too large for the demand. Butcher steers, choice to No. 3 C.W... .No. 3 C.W... ni'4 good to Ex. No. 1 feed ..........'.......51 Calvea, receipts 41; choice veal No. 1 feed.. 49K No. 2 4614 continued ttrong at Track .......................64% j BARLEY- NO. 3 C.W... 98% No. 4 C.W... Peed Track........................ 92% FLAX- NO. 1 N.W.C..... No. 2 C.W... Condemned Track.......... RYE- NO. 2 C.W. ....................172 Chicago Grain Sheep, receipts 913; lamba, choice .............20TK No. 3 ............175H Hogs, recflpts 1738; market active to for fed and watered. Montreal Uveatoek I MONTREAL. Jail, review of yesterday'a sales shows that good cattle were sold at prices about 25c below last week. 208 Receipts amounted to 29 cars of mix- ed stock. Trading was slow at prices baaed on yesterday. CHICAGO, Jan. strength developed In the wheat market today largely as a result of foreign buying. Talk of Improved domestic milling de- mand also tended to lift prices. Open Bulk ot calf sales were at to V _- Sheep prices unchanged. Hog buyers were offering Chicago Livestock CHICAGO, Jan. pork to- the nationa of world to meet with ing quotations varied from unchanged day dropped in price, two to fou to 2c higher with March 177 1-2 tocenia a pound, making the total fall LIMB SAVED by ZAM-BUK! "A stab from onUnw sewing needle Parted my poisoned writes Miss S- A, :Wernirke, of Hilton, Doesn't this prove again, how easily poisonous infection finds its way into the tiniest cut, or abrasion? Don't run into similar dangers! .With Zam-Qiik as your everyday healer you are. prepared for any, injury or skin trouble. Zam-Buk, promptly ends pain, swelfiiig and It purifies and safe- guards the damaged tissues against It means perfect healing every time. In her letter Mid needle .went to fir into my that it pierced the boM. My hud became H stifl and swollen that I could not UK it. I naturally tried every remedy I knew of, bat it only got wonc. Blood-poison dmloped and ei- ttaded right ap into ray arm. The pain was iateiue, and I certainly tkeuf ht I would last the limb, (or it was in a terribly inflamed swollen itale, anil literally covered with himpa. A friesd adviied me to MS which I and it was not long befcrp the pain less. With perseverance all the inflammation and poisonous matter WAS drawn out, theswelling and disappeared, and my arm soon quite well again." Zam-Buk is a wonderful henler andherbal throughout. Noanimal fats, no crude mineral drugs such as you get in ointments. Use Zam-Buk for winter frost-bite, also .'chilblains and scalds, ulceration, abscesses, scalp sores, ringworm, and for'.pilts, rhenmatisa, and Buk TtDAYI 40c bulk to 25c lower. Sheep, receipts fat lambs weak to 25c lower; sheep strong to 25c higher. Montreal Siocki MONTREAL, Jan, local stock exchange was very active and drm during the early trading this morning with most of the principal issues fractionally stronger than lust night. Abitibl was flni at 67; Allan tic -Sugar a point higher at, 26 1-2; Brompton 3-4 higher at'55 3-4; Do minion Steel at 48 1-2, marked the highest point for apme tide 3-4 higher at 95; Montreal Pow- er, featuring yesterday's nfarket rose to 86 this morning. Breweriei was unchanged but steady at 53 1-2 aa was Wayagamaclc at 86. Toronto Stocks TORONTO, Jan. issues with Atlantic Sugar in the van, were favorites in trading on the Tor- onto stock exchange this morning, when the entire list phoved strength and more activity than usual. Victory bonds and war loans we're again a fea- ture of ths market, with one or two exceptions, reaching new high marks for the present movement. In a num- ber of these Issues, however, slight reactions occurred toward the end ol morning. Winnipeg Railway extremely-active and sold up to 41. Steel of Canada gumed 3 1-4 at 63 1-4, and Steel corporation 1 at 48. New York Stockt NEW YORK, Jan. derived moajt benefit from the further advance of the morning. Crucible ex- feiided lain to 6 1-2 points and Vanadium, Republic and Replogle 2 1-2 to 4 1-2 points. Baldwin Loco and prominent oils and motors advanced 1, to 2 1-2 points, .Chicago Pnuematte Tool flve, Utah Copper 2 "If President-elect Harding should do me the honor to ask my advic on the declared Mr. Daniels "I would unhesitatingly say to him 'It the United States is not to becom at once a member of the League o I believe some plan shoul be adopted at once to seoere an agree- ment for ft reduction of armament: will have the authority to ca j such a conference. You can act o March 5 and hasten the coming day when the taxpayers ot thi country and of all eouiitris: Ely b safely freed from the great burden ot war preparations. Until that con ference secures world agreement le tlwre be no cessation In building th ships authorized by congress.'" A Halfway Measure Characterizing "the naval holiday between the United States, Great Br tain and Japan, provided for lit th pending resolution Introduced b Senator Borah of Idaho, as a "ha! way Mr. Daniels reiterated his opposition to the United State entering into such an agreement. A alliance of the throe nations, he said might, be followed by "a counter en tente of nations jealous ot what the and Endtcott-Johnson made little progress. 2 1-2. Before Rails there was active proBt taking in which Crucible, Mexican Petroleum and At- lantic Gnlf led reactions of 1 to 3 polnta. Exchange on London waa again very strong, demand bills sell- ing at 3-4, or fow cents over yesterday's final quotation. Call money opened at 7 per cent. Will Street Stock. NEW YORK, Jan experi- enced another uncomfortablB time in the stock market today, substantial gains in speculative issues prompting more extensive short .covering Sales approximated shares Wall Street a.m. Leading shares held or added to yes- .eriay's advances at the opening of Anglo-Saxon to dictate to the regarded as an Japanese allianco world." "Holidays Indicate a cessation from work with the view to returning to the' old Job when holiday is over, Mr. Daniels added. "The course is to end competitive nava building, not for one year or flve years 'and not by a few nations, bu all time by all nations. The time ii ripe for securing such an agreemen now and I would consider it a serious mistake to fail to embrace the oppor tunity for a permanent policy of re- duction by accepting in its place a substitute ip the form of a terminable and unsatisfactory holiday. The world is asking for no playtime but for serious business." (Continued from front page) ed hear Moose Factory alter a trip h a free balloon from Rockaway N.Y., returned to civilization oday after an uneventful trip by dog aleigh and snowslioe, a distance o! miles. All three men are in ex- cellent physical condition. They in- tended leaving for the east tonight, mt no definite plans have been made At this place today's stock market, "stee'IsTlq'uip- T thelr ments and shipping again featuring i Lweie Lf, he stronger issues Within the tha ,Rolal Canadian Mounted Po- 15 .minutes Crucible gained S 'T a points and United' Fruit 1 1-2. di8.Patcnes government haad- Petroleum, Bethlehem Steel, Baldwin and American Loco, Atlantic Mercantile Marine preferred and i e arne preerre and j several of the minor rails frnm incidenta o ractionfJa fuTl po nt VirgZ niina J is n" truth in the st May Departmem Stores roso 1 1-2 to 2 points. N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK, Jan. sales 118 1-4; U.S. Steel 837-8; U.S. Steel preferred 109 1-2. Cash Close 1 hart 194 14 No hard 103 3-4. S mixed 69; No. S ow 72 to 74. 2 white 47 to 47 1-2; No. white 45 1-3 to 46 1-4. Sterling Exchange NEW TORK, Jan. hange strong, demand 3.4- ablei 1-2. Canadian dollars 2 1-4 per cent, discount. Silver NEW YORK, Jan. dosMstlc AMcn 65 :-4, J? but thnre them un- were no on the trail from there story sent out that Lieut. Farrell had offered his life Ii an to save his companions. Lieut. Kloor issued a flat denial ot the report on arrival here today. "The N. C. 4 adventure was nrth- Ing to this Lieut. Hinton uid to- day, and Lieut. Kloor added that it had been the greatest ad vent ire of his life, this voyate through clondltnd Into the Northern Ontario wilds. Lieut Hinton declared he would nther cross the 'Atlantic on a sasplaae Ore times that make another Jimsjtj each H the one which terminated kin Uls afternoon. The three toboggans aad ctrfota left Maoae Factory at U o'clock on the morning of December M, osw day later than had bera Tke ira took IB rMlBf, with wtpedi Twft Braadon Men, One Arrest- ed in Lethbridge, Implicat- Taber News (From Our .Own Correspondent) Jan. police office week or more, left tor other points. ton has decided to purchase an elci> in his tour by the 'noon train today, trie contrivance which has been used Mrs. Hughes of Grassy Lake, arriv-1 with good effect by friends, for use In ed last night, and will live in the'cases of inflammatory rheumatllm a dwelling Mrs. Barton's north peculiar form of which has been the trouble in the present of tho hospital. Miss Ross, stenographer on the Commerce stall, has returned to Cal- Reliance S. D. will hold their annual school meeting on January 16th neit, gaily, owing to the illness of her! at tho school "house mother, and Miss Currle, ths former j Principal Gould has Installed a incumbent, recently transferred to the j gramaphone of large size in his'home superintendent's office at Calgary, has j in tha north end. i-cioibn, jun. ine ponce olnce uno.ju mo uunu ouu. the scene of a court case at the urgpnt request of the Tho play, the "Miracle of Love" has onight, when two men hailing branch' to fil1 the randon, Man., were charged with thoia lfrmanerit stenographer is fourM. heft of from Hlchard Morgan a1, One of the .children to Earl Hard- well Iraown miner here The robbery lng G famlly 1S with Is Bald to have taken place at the Royal Hotel, ana local youths were called as witnesses on the case. One of the men was arrested here, and the been drawing a good crowd at the Rex. A season ticket scheme is being planned for the winter. The holiday wag marked by a little much celebration in some cases. A birthday party fcr Mrs. S. J. Lay- In one case, the glass panel In a prom, ton, was held at tho home of Mr. and! inent rooming house door, was smash- Mrs. Laytpn on January 3rd. and at-1 ed, but the party was let off on agree- it a other went to Lethbridge, where he: 'ondedbyabout tliirty children and ing to pay for the damage, was taken into cottody by the A. P. P., Constable OTIalloran bringing ths man to Taber this evening. A num- ber of spectators'were present, but after the charge had been read, the re- mainder of the case was held in cam- era, bnt according to report will .go forward to another court. The vacancies in the teaching staff have been filled, one of them tem- porarily. Miss Elsie Fowler, of Leth- bridge, and Miss Klttleson of Calgary, arrived several days ago, and Miss White of Cardston, this evening. Mrs. Harris will flll the fourth vacancy un- til the arrival of another teacher, shortly expected, having been on the staff last year. W. G. Pierson, night operator, has reported to Lethbridge, and Mr. Hogan succeeds him according to priority. The new night man arriv- ed today, and has taken up quarters at the Rhonalda. Hon. A. J, McLean, who has been spending a dajscr two here, left for the west on the noon train today. Being honorary president of the1 "An Important Item Sound digestwn is the basis of health and vigor. Digestive disorders should have prompt attention. If you suffer from sluggish liver, constipation, im- paired appetite, flatulence, dizziness, headache, biliousness, or other symptoms of stomach disorder you may expect to obtain relief by talong BEECHAM'S PILLS SoU mrywkwai LARGEST SALE OF ANY MEDICINE IN TOE WOULD tMaris MAN'S ability to perform feats of strength to do things other men could not do has al- ways been hia stepping stone TO power and position-. 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