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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. JANUAHY THK urrMBBrocn DAILY HBRATJI FACE rm MARKET REPORTS HAV PRICES by Farm Condemned Trac'K ......17714 I. I o. S C.W...................173 Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Jan. prices 19.00 declined today, influenced by an up- 1S.OO parent pause in export buying, be- .18.00 sides, of the selling was said 24.00 to be on foreign account! Notice al- 23.00 HO as taken of gossip that the Ar- lots, f.o.b. Coaldaie or Lethbrldge. gentile export tax would bo removed I ETMumrr r.iiu oon-ce i "12t doniaad In Ar- LETMBRIDGE CHAIN PRICES jentlna will thus be stimulated. Prices paid today grim In Loth- Opening prices which varied from j Tio, 1 Timothy, irriKsUed No. 3 No. 1.Alfalfa. Jiul cuttiiiK No. 1 Alfalfa, lit cutting No. J Alfalfa Alfalfa Meal No. 1 Blue Joint, irrigated -No. J lllua Joint, irrigated tridft, load lotii fullow: Wheat ...................11.70 Oats ,.....'.......30 uarley................... 59 >'lai ......................-1.23 unchanged njcures to lower, with March 177 1-2 to 17S and May 168 1-2 to 169, wore followed by a material setback all around. Corn was easier. After opening un- changed, including May at 74 3-8 to 74 1-2, tho market underwent n gen- eral Bag. Oats, itartiir unchanged to a shade' off, May 44 1-2 to 0-8 to m fi-S, then it little more. Iff TORTURES OFRHATISM Stopped Wta ft 3 Orriwi ST., Hou, P. Q, year, I .iiiOered with nuftni, being forced to star U ted for fire monilu. I tried all kinds of medicine without relief aad thought I would able to walk One day jrhile lying jn bod, raj tiput "Fnil-f-liats" the fruit medicine; and it seemed just what I needed, so I decided to try it. Winnipeg Grain Market WINNIPEG, Jan. prices tonttnued their upward tendency to- day, and the May future to JOO 3-8, the high of the day. Trading in the July month was opened this morning in wheat and oats, the form- er being 6c under tho May and the latter 3-Sc under May. There wus no 74 M{ July 76 3-8. trading lu July barley, flax or rye. "May 41 Julr 47 S-8, During the early part of the session Close the market was dull, after the higher 3 red No. 3 hard opening receding to 196 3-8. The close was strong at 3 3-8c higher. 3 mixed 1-2 to 69 3-4; The cash wheat market was dull, No. 3 yellow 69 3-4 to 71 1-2. exporters refusing- to follow tho ad- 3 wite 48 3-4 to 48; No. Vance in the futures, and premiums dropped from 1 to 2c. Tho situation IB somewhat strained owing to the tightness of the offerings. The volume of business in the. coarse grains con- tinues light. Offerings are practically nil, and little interest is being paid Opening 177 1-i; May 1-J. Oats 3 white 45 1-3 to <6 1-2. Close'Futures 182; May 172 3-4. 75; July 76. 48 7-8; July 48 1-4. Calgary Livestock took the Ublels regaUrtr until traee of the. Rheumatism left me." LORENZO LEDUC. We. t box, G for tritl site 25s. At all dealers or lent postpaid bjr Fruil-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. Choice butcher heifers to (S.25; nlfht. Or. H. M. Tory, of Alberta rnont interast- "Thj relation ot were in- to The fed' ctructxj to beat offuru to twcuro reflation of the united MlBtra of Letfcbridew with the Ijibor Oohnril. Affiliate With Council jTue c'omm'.tM on reports riwoniineuded tho affiliation of the federation ot labcr with tho Social Servlco t'ouicll of Alberta, and this wan the mihjuct of.prolonged discus- sign but eventually the recommenda- tion was adopted with Klx delegates opposing. IVleitte spoko in favor of the proposal, while Delo- gato Smeed asked that his name bo recorded as opposed. The report of the labor representa- tives, Meiirs. McCreath ami Smitten, on the provincial minimum com- mission by the government g was favorably received by the com-l.i oeLEies Farrell Attacks Hinton as Re- sult of Letters Written by the Latter of and rolORraum. In reading' confidence you know Al J said on then Kurrell learned that Hinton, in Christmas' I would not have given up hope, either. Mr. Fart-nil letter sent out had written of Far- rell In a nian-ter which the latter re has taught all not to worry, but to be cool, level-headed and (joiet." SWEDEN COFFK IMPORTS MATTICE, Out.. Jan. Ktmted and he accused Illnttm of send- ing uut false information. Hinton admitted writing loiters which afterward published In New York, but said they must huvo tiecu exaggerat- ed. Karrell was quick 10 retort and emphasized his position by taking off Ills coat and squaring away for a light. Karrell struck Hinton on tho jaw and until the new prouonuii duty lomes knocked him down. At this important i Into upcratlon There will bo no friends and newspanurmon in- shortage, hnwcvur, in the meantime, ti'rvuned and the rnmlrnt was but tho officers partod without making up again. STOCKHOLM, Jan. gov- erument has prohibited the Importa- tion of coffeo dating from January 12 largo stocks havo been accumu- Wivac Don't it NEW YORK, Jan. Step- hen A. Farrell, and Mrs. Waller Hin- ton. wives of two of the naval bal- officers' reports and con- currence was Vetiommeuded to the Sid .it dccidod tu press upon government for tho ihmediate action of that body for the amendment of the. Factories Act in conformity with, the ions of the commission. Alberta Government EDMONTON, Jan. Cana- _____ ,___ ._ ____ dian Federation of fair to good }6 to J7.50; bulk good, Labor today declared its dibaatisfac- butcher cows 10.50 to medium i tion with the indiBerence and apathy kinds t5 to killing steers, fair to! of the present provincial government good 17.25 to I toward most of the social legislatlbn The sheep and lamb market was proposals that been offered by more active, with good lanrbs selling the lubor bodies, and enjoins the from to til, and good mutton unions to bear thil situation in mind, sheep around I Concurrence was given to tho recom- Prices declined 25c on the hog mar- mendation to affiliate with the social ket, selects being bid at J13.75. service council of Alberta and send a Chicago Livestock representative. CHICAGO, Jan. receipts It was decided to place a renresen- beef steers 15 to 25 cents high- tative of the federation to watch er; fat cows and heifers strong to 25e transactions of the provincial legis- nigher; veal calves mostly 25c lower lature while in session rather than Correspondent of the C. P., Copyright) j loonists. today "characterised as Walter Hinton ,inU believable" tho story of the dispute .ephen Farrell) came to blows here between their husbands over the let- this evening in a sensational climax ter Lieut. Hinton is alleged to havo CALGARY, Jan. at tha than the high mark yesterday. Hogs, receipts fairly active; largely 10 to 15c higher; spots more; to these markets. Prices remain very stockyards today was brisk and prices steady to lOc higher. flrm, but fluctuations are narrow, were steady to a quarter higher. No I Sheep, receipts __ _____ Oats closed 14c higher; barley 3-4c prime steers were sold to noon-and strong to 25c higher; paid by ship- Open. 197 191 57% 90 lc the top at that time was with njbdium to good JS.Sfl to ?7.75 and common 15.50 to Heifers top- pers; bulk to Montreal Livestock have such a appointed by the trades jxjngress of Canada. The pro- posal to preiB for a barkers' license law whs. also favored, as a means of fat lambs promoting sanitary conditions and preventing spread of disease. A sug- gestion that legislation should he pass- ed to cause the 'prodijctian cost to be MONTREAL, Jan. stamped on all commodities was Close, ped 17.25 with medium to good (6 to rejelpts 147. Market' turned down lialng unworkable, al- 200 }7.eo and common J4.50 to Cows Inn- Most sales made at and though the need such means topped medium to good J5.50 to under. 58 57% and common to Good bulls brought to and stock- ers and feeders to for med- ium to good aioj to for common. Good ewes brought and quotations for select hogs were Calves, receipts '49. Bulk sales around Sheep market nnchanged. Hogs advanced to a top of Toronto Stocks TORONTO, Jan. 174% 175 with bids at and no sales. Re- strong undertone to trading on the ceipts to noon were 651 cattle, 115; Toronto stocl: exchange this morning, calves, 154 hogs and 692 sheep. Toronto Livestock n number of stocks registering fur- ther gains. There was considerable TORONTO, Jan. 'activity but advances were not so receipts Choice numerous as during yesterday's butcher prices 25c lower In spots, ing session. higher; flax 2c higher and rye higher. Quotations: Hay....... July May....... July May....... PLAX-r Way....... Slay Cash Prices WHEAT- NO. 1 Nor...204 No. 2 Nor...201 No. 3 Nor...195 No. 4 Nor...187 No. 5 ......173 No. C ......160 Feed ........................150 Track, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta ................203 OATS- NO. 2 C.W... 54VJ No. 3 C.W... than yesterday. Ex, No. 1 feed _ No. 1 feed.. 4914 No. 2 feed.. 46% tain. Ped and watered basis'selects i were "recorded." "Atlantic operation was of which Track 55% to made such a strong showing 151 was Canadian origin and i Winnipeg Livestock yesterday, opened a point and a quar- foreign. total daily capacity per No. 4 C.W... WINNIPEG, Jan. ter stronger'than last night's closing: 24. hours for allmills was stated to receipts 780; hogs at 30 1-4. Brompton weakened a he barrels: The total cost of 9J14 and 420 sheep. There was little half point to 53 1-2. Laurentide.also i materials and the steers to Calf trade strong, sold up to Receipts for sheep A few calves Lamb market draggy and prices 50 to 75c Hogs, receipts Market uncer- Victory bonds were strong through- out. Unlisted stocks were steady. Montreal fttockt MONTREAL, Jan. local of putting a check on alleged profit- eering was exoreaeed by many dele- gates. CANADA'S MILLS MADE WORTH OP FLOUR DURING YEAH OTTAWA, Jan. preliminary report on the flour milling industry in Canada, is- sued1 by the Dominion bureau of stat- istics for the calendar year, 1919, covers the operation of 1265 individ- ual plants. The total capital invest- ed In the the Dominion was The number of em- "rt AA1 to the American balloonists' trip and written to his wife Mrs. Hiuton. I only tho interposition of the standers- after expressing her disbelief of the I by prevented a more serious finish to affair, said: "1 have nu statement to their difficulties. make- until 1 hear from my hus- DODD'S KH3NEY Farrell had arrived shortly, after his brother officers and had gone to the home of the Hudson's Bay manager, "After what those men have endur- said Mra. Farrell, "I cannot be- whera ho wus talking to newspaper-; lievo they will !w anything hut mon who had come to interview him. brothers for the rest of their lives. I During the relation of his story Lieut. No one of tiom deserves more credit j Hiuton arrived and told Parrcll not than the others." to 'speak further until official mess- "I am the woman in the ages had been sent to Washington at' she continued, "and my pray- tho same time handing him. a number 'ers havo been answered. I never lost 4i, 1 if _ J J' UA0 8 stock exchange was again active but pioyees was mats and weaker during the early trading this i female who were paid a total salary morning and many overnight declines; The total fuel cost for BARLEY- NO. 3 C.W... feed Track FLAX- NO. 1 N.W.C. No. S C.W.. .205% change on the. cattle market this went down a half point, to 94 1-2. Way- morning with most classes and grades agamack lost a point duriag the first changing hands on a steady market half hour to 85. Wall Street Markets NEW YORK, Jan. in tho stock market today was again dominated by the more speculative issues in, which many conflicting movements were registered. Salea approximated shares. Wall Street, 10.30 a.m. The stock market was very active and heavy at- the opening today, be- coming more unsettled within the first half-hour. Crucible Steel, whose spec- tacular advance has been the feature of recent days, opened with, a sale of shares at 107, down to ngainat yesterday's final price! of 10S. in tho next few transactions Crucible broke to 103. Losses of 1 to 214 points marked the early dealings in Mexican Petroleum, Studebaker and American Loco., Bethlehem-Steel, At- lantic Oulf, American International and Kelly Springfield. Most-rails also were lower, Norfolk and Western los- ng 1% points. Republic Steel and Wells Kargo comprised, the few note- worthy gains. Exchange, on London operied slightly under yesterday's final Quotations. Wall Street 1.30 p.m. No. 3 C.W... After Every Meal Get thrice-daily benefit from this low-cost aid to appetite and digestion It keeps teeth white breath sweet and throat clear Makes your smokes taste better From its low quotation of the morn- ng Crucible Steel .rallied about two points during the mid-season. Trading heu became less active, centering value of prodncts Wheat flour with a telling value at the mill of was the chief product of the .mills. ADVOCATES REPUBLICAN GOVERNMENT FOR SPAIN MADRID, Jan. Leroui, the radical leader, in a speech today de- clared that only a Republican form government could save Spain. Ii E At Last Pound Relief Wantj Other Sufferers To What Tanlac Did In Her Cite. "During th.a five years I suffered with stomach troubie'aud rheumatism I spent a small fortune trying to get said Mrs. Margaret Bond, of Riding Mountain, Manitoba, wife of a farmer and is well known throughout that section. "My stomach was in such bad con- she continued, "that I couldn't oat anything without Buffer- special issues, such as International 'ng afterwards. I often had such nain- Chemicals, Houston Oil tul attacks of rheumatism in my limbs Wells .Pargo at overnight gains of 2 tnat I couldn't help crying. I was so o i points. N.Y. Stocks rNEW YORK, Jan. sales 117 7-8; U.S. Steel S3 1-2; U.S. Steel preferred 109 34.' N. Y. Funds YORK, Jan. ex- change weak; demand 3-4; cab- les 1-2. Canadian dollars 13 per cent, discount. the lasts (Continued frqm front page.) departments shall be off duty for one full day of twenty-four hours in every calendar week, but where what is known as double platoon system is in operation tho 24 hours release at the, change of platoons shall not be regarded as a day off duty for the purpose of this section. The government will be pressed for legislation calling for the examina- tion, and licensing, of all plumbers en- gaged in the installations and main- tenance of any plumbing or sanitary work. Lethbridge Resolution Favored The convention went on record as endorsing the Rochdale cooperative movement. The resolution was sub- mitted by the Lethbrldge delegation. The executive was Instructed to get in touch with the medical.profession n connection with starts to bring about the centralization of medical aids. The Lethbrldge delegation was responsible for this action. At a highly MMMfrl banquet nervous that if I tried to take a drink of water my hands shook so tae water would spill and I was never able to get a good night's sleep. I took all kinds of medicines and treatments, but nothing seemed to help me. "During the 'So.' epidemic I was taken dowrf with it. I was iu bed five weeks and when I got up I wasn't able to leave tin house far ten weeks and I didn't have any hopo of ever get- ting wtill again. "I decided to try Tanlac as a last resort. I have taken eight bottles of this medicine and the results have Just wonderful. My appetite be- gan to improve after the nrst few doses and I toll'hungry all the time. I am now able to eat anything I want and doh't suffer in tha least-with in- digestion, am no longer nervous and can sleep all night and when morning comes I am feeling fine and ready for a hearty breakfast. I haven't a rheumatic pain about me, in fact I feel as well as I ever did in my life and my health seems to be perfect in every way. I have gained eleven pounds In weight and am so much stronger that I can do my housework with ease." Tanlac Is sold in Lethbrldgo by I. D. Hlginbotham Co., Limited, Drug- Kdmmimm, BotM Toronto, Doi nw U UK neloMK. u MB U MACDONALDS BRITISH CONSOLS A tlend of fineTobaccos for mon who smoke tlietest CALIFORNIA CALLS YOU TO A WORLD OF INFINITE BEAUTY AND CHARM America's Winter Playground Outdoor life ideal during the winter months. An endless variety of health- ful recreation, pastimes and sight-seeing tours. Hotel and housing ac- commodations ample and reasonable. The Direct and Pleasant Way to California Via the Union Pacific System THE PICTURESQUE COLUMBIA RIVER ROUTE arrive at Spokane you are in the big Union Station of the Union Pacific system, and your connection southbound is immediate and con- venient. No transfer. Our travel accommodations are complete and comiortable. Arrive Spokane from all Canadian [Joints 8.35 p.m. Leave Spokane for Oregon and California 9.15 p.m. Arrive Portland Union .Station ................i., 8.15 a.m. Leave Portland via Southern Pacific 8.40 a.m. Arrive San 6.50 p.m. Arrive Lot Angeles 8.50 a.m. Plan your Winter Trip NOW. L.et-us prepare your itinerary, make your reservations, deliver your tickets, and supply instructive California litera- ture, A pleasant variation from the all-rail trip to California is the Ocean trip from Portland to San Frpncisco Sailings on the "Rose City1' or "Alaska" overy fifth, day. Perfect connection in Portland. Let us tell you about it. L J. CANFIELD General Agent. Calgary, Alberta. WM. McMURRAY General Agent. Portland, Oregon. ;