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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1 TIIE LETII liRIIHiE DAILY HERALD PAGE MARKETS i'S CO LOCAL GRAIN MARKETS Today's wheat No. 1 Northern N'o. 2 Northern....... No. 3 Northern....... No. -I Xo. 6 Northern.......... 49 .N'o. 1 lied............... CC No. 1 lied............... t's No. 3 Red............... SO No. 4 lied................ 55 No. S Itcd............... 40 No. 1 Alfalfa, per too .............J1Z.SO No. 1 Titcotby, per (on 16 oj Tlnjolby sad Alfalfa 15.01 i TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man.. Jan. A steady f.r.d narrow ir.nr-ttt In nil lin'.'s con- fined mostly lo professional jirevailed in Winnipeg today. Realiz- ing checked any advance at Llv- but the continental murkete were decidedly strong. Option trading uas very dull, .ind though there is a fair cash demand, offerings arc ex Irernely light. The provision market Is firm, and corn is still on Iho decline. Hc-ccipta ore light, helng 320 cars Inspected yesterday, und one hundred in eight. American receipts Minneapolis. 220 cars; Dulutb, 78 cars, and Chi- 18. Liverpool market closed 1.g lo !i lower; Paris, to up, and Antwerp up. Deliveries through the clearing Commissioners Will Then De- cide Necessity of thildrens' Shelter Investigation EXCITEMENT ON THE FLOOR OF CANADA'S BlUjliST STOCK During Iho rectni bear uar- j llieie were some lively scenes on tbo floor of the Toronto Stock which was only recently, and IE claimed lo be the most splendid and spacious stock trading llcor In Canada. In the above illustration Artist K. P. Grey has caught the spirit of the traders and depicts tbo bustling activity lu a most accurate fashion. roughs and heavies 55.25 to stags SI. Hcccipts for two days r-r.ding Men- v I day were as follows n. Yards-Cattle 91, houeo were: Wheat, 14.000 bushels; eats, 8.000 bushels; Has. bushels. Tlie opening and closing prices on the- local grain exchange were: Open January May 001-; July............ -92U January May............ 37Vi July Hay............ 135U July............ 137% Closing Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern.......... No. 2 Northern.......... No. 3 Northern.......... Xs. No. 5.................. No. 6.................. Feed.................. No. 1 Winter No. 2 Winter............ No. 3 Winter............ N'o. 2 O.'W No S C. W................ EC. No. I Feed............ 3.................. No. -I Ilejccled................ Feed No. 1 N'. W. C............ No. 2 C. W............... Minneapolis Wheat 'Open 115 sheep, nil. Union Stock Yards-CaUle 213, 0. I'. II. yard's week ending 7th, C.'. P. It. statiun, cattle 48! hogs sheep X. Cows, west 37 bead rattle, south Close S5 21 head; local 113 hraii. Total hogs, rast 291. 135% S5K 75 CSVJ S5V' 41 40 3S !23 12C ENGLISH BOND MARKET Tendon, Jnn. are the latest quotations on active Dominion, piovlncial and municipal stocks: Dominion of Canada, loan, 1S36, 3 per cent, Domluiou of Canada, Canadian Pa- cific Hallway, 50 years, land bonds guaranteed, 193S, 3'.i per cent. 86-90. Newfoundland sterling bonds, 1941, 78 and -11. per. cent., Newfoundland sterling bonds, 1919, 3 cent, 7. DECISION WILL SETTLE BIG ISSUE Washington, U.C., Jan. The United Sialc-s Supreme Court is bearing the case de- signed to settle the national ownership of the III fated Btcaninhip The de- ciBlou will determine whether the company is liable for or damages. COAST OF ATLANTIC IS STORM SWEPT WITH MERCURY BE- JOW ZERO The proposed Childrc-u's SLelttr In- seems to be through ho stage of "passing the b-tk." The society I'.self first passed the buck lo Superintendent Chadnll-k ol he department for UfellLqui-nl and neglected children. Mr. Chadwlck did Lot respond and spaed it bick again. Then thr society got together Monday after- noon passed a resolution putting the onus of au investigation on the city commissioners. Tbo latter were ap- prited of the fact Tuesday morning on the receipt of a communication from President McKUlon and Secretary Irv- ing of the Aid. The council has decided that U wa time for them to step in an4 lake a band, eo will order an investigation provided the c-vldonco taken in the casts Mrs. Cory and Alice Ker ejis, now pending In police- couit, show the. necessity. Judge Jackscn of tin Dislricl Court has been asked to con duct the Investigation at his ou-n con venlence, bat has riot yet consented to do EO. The whole affair has stirred up a great deal of public sentiment and ac cording to officials of Children' Aid, cannot bo dropped now without a thorough enquiry. Board con tends that It tas no', tlio power lo or Chatham, Mass., Jan. 13. When and uioit boidtcrous niiht in many M srcnday afternoon years, two schooners were, anchored ja reE0iuiion ivas also passed asMns under the lee of Cape Cod with dls-jthe commissioners to suspend Office- tress signals set. A fifty mile oil-', l-acil) pending the result of Ihe Invea shore was sweeping the coast Ulgatlon. believe the charge: and tic mercury was below the zero mark.- A Jong boat was blown from Xan- are eo serious liiat It lo the duty o the commissioners to Uie public take Ibis step. CHARGED W.ITH VIOLATION OF COMMERCE LAW AND UNLAW- FULLY USING MAILS tirckct Sound into the Hay west ol I "i am in favor ol the Investigation Monomoy Point early today, Kpokan.e, Jan. Indictments Newfour.ilbnil, Inscribed, 1945, 3% rhirsing unlawful use of the mails in but could not be reached because oi thin and treacherous ice that formed at the shore. sign of life was seen oa board. COAL BARGE STRANDED N'ahtuCoCt, Mass., .Ian. A l.e- "8h brote adrift tug and drifted on bar' olnt CosVata iife-savins crow- Big Auction Sale nrr ___ _ Lethbridge Feed and Sale Barn J f -a fj HH Vifl O 17 i Ol a I Ui Oely, JclOo I a 110 of f'.hciitx' Djirv (lows, fresh ;imt fivsli. '20 of Mures ami EVdijjrii'tl Yorkshire AND AimCI.KS Kntrii-s fur nucUun U> In- nmitr liy morning nf snip. HORSES SI. 00 HEAD CATTLE 50c HEAD Auctioneer, J. A. Smith Sale Atthi As Ilio. business is mil pitying we inv goin mid gel rid of our slwk liy Isl. On Thurs. All prices will be reduced ;tml Ilii- pitlilic ;iro invited fo come ;nul ;m oll'er im iiiiYlhini It1 400 common to medium milk- ers and springers Mft to J50. calves JC lo Si liC.lVy gooil calvrs JS.all to tfi. spring lambs S7 (o 51.SO; choice killing sheep 15 15.50. Hogs-Choice -hogs to 58.no finally vlel.led. The couiicil agreed work im- to about half of the strik- them ers and to take the rest of T j n oitii iiie same niaiance west, anu Lor.don, Inmaiarmor svite back when opportunitj ouered. and a very busy woman. Last sumir.w. h' th.0 Tin settlement of the strike will, I ,vas taken-with it is believed, alTect many cltic. pairi in my fer.-rt-jys ago starltfl U0 demoralizing diseontented municipal workers baclt so bad that 1 a, l'-e II ,t h-'erc awaiting the result in I.rcJi. could not gel up or ofart nlghl ar.rf today added thefin- t scarcely with- Uhing tonoi. Manjr rtres In all di-L m n_ oat pain, and my rections sniped early this morning, men( ,0 avoid rcpemions ,.a were pain- tying up the syslcm and bnsmess. rcfleclion on our civilization, bv de- ful. My husband called in a good iloc- tor and I was under his care eome lime, but ho did mo vising means tor a settlement of ess barbarous nature, than strikes. little or nn good. military aH.iirs committee for au ap- Ship Your Grain John Billings Limited Jlcmbeta Winnipeg Oralo Exchange Winnipeg Lethbrldgt For prices phnno 1714, brlilge, or wrlto P. O. tlo.x 218 Office Royal Bank Building, Alqulth One diy a friend of mEne told me to try E. Pinkham'a [iroprlation wilh which to increase Compound 13 ihe had been greatly thc army's ammimillon reserve lo by It 1 began taWng it rounds. got and rny perlodi became I He sairi that at the end ol' the. nres- naiunil agsin. Since I hod Owing to a nervous breakdown, due, according to Mr, Poapst, counsel -for jlarms, said the navv of'tvldence at police court jncpaUincnt had notified flic war London, Ontario, and after a wordy tus- jpartnicnl. that tt would want the [army tr> carry about iroumis ol aininnnHiun as a reserve jlor tlie navy and marir.e corps. .lustlec Weir, of Montreal, 1ms rul- ed that wlicn n man lifts a ttlpulatlon In Ills marrhso cantr.yt, providing for a donation fo he nuJe to his wife j In event of his death. It millers rot whether jhe conlract Itself bo [lerod cr not, Ilic widow has a rinht 'to bcncfU iy Hie I JamcH llollisler, J journalist of Montreal dropped dead of heart dlaeaso Eti Qunlcy, III., JURI as ho was lo-be matried to Miss Cora Smith. H wdg r.our before the time eet for the ceremony. COWANS PERFECTION COCOA Rich, delicious, pure arly today. Alter sending ou; wire-1 Marine ar.d Fineries from the Cape 1 wireless station. The message a.m., January apr'aratug apparenUy 'ailed, nii it has not been possible to restore ommunication wtln her. Is ealil FRANCIS WRIGHT, OR "TtHEO, THE GOD IN THE Awall- ng trial In Toronto, on charge of Sefrauiling Mrs. Harriet Sharp, aged 70, whom ho married and Induced to hand over ten Uioiisand dollars of hei securities, In return for Initiating her into his new "PhltadclpSlan Order of the Crystal Circle." a religion which retorts being on the rocks oft Briar Island. Hay of Funds'.' Have advised Kron Prinzcssin Cecile to assist." It was fiubEenuentiy learned by lei- cphonr. from Weslrorl, the nearest port lo Briar Island, that no sign of tbe Cobeqirid could bo seen from there. U is thought that the captain of tho Cobenuid. 'naviug lost his bear- ings In the blizzard, was in giving a loage o'f TJrlar Island as Hie scene of Ihe accident. C. C.'Harvey, apent of. tho depart- ment of iMarlno and Fisheries, sent wireless Instructions lo the govern- ment steamer 1-aily Laurlor, to pro- ceed lo the steamer's assistance. Til- der favorable coTiditior.3, tlio ladv Lauilcr should reach Ihe Cobccinld eolly tomorrow. When HIP Capo Fnbl? station sent out Ilis radio rail for help, tho n-.cssajo was picked nr ty the Kron Prlnzcssin Ccfile. Ne" York for llremcn, and Ilic Helvidcre, Belfast for yew York, and steamers arc known to be fipMin! their wny through the storm to tli( aid of the distressed vctsol. These picked up her first wireica call lor belp. said consisted oE power anil 'eternal life. rejuvenating Wright Is nn effeminate-boiling Englishman and ho Is said to have victimized women In othor cities tn a similar manner, Chairman Mclntyrc, of the Ontarl'. Hallway and Municipal Board, yester- day rulwJ that It Tas Incumbent ot J. W. Moves to csplaln where. 000 of funds subscribed by municipal- 1IIC3 for tho Ontario West Shore IUU way bad gone. ;