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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MNTJARY 14, THE LETHBB1P6B DAILY HERALP MOB FlVfl MARKET REPORTS HAY (Kurnlpihod by Farm Products, lifllhbrldgu) No. 1 Timothy, Irrigated WJ.OO No. 2 Timothy 26.00 Ko. 1 Alfalfa, 2nd cutting 20.00 No. 1 Alfalfa, 1st cutting 19-00 No. 3 Allalfk 18.00 No. 1 Alfalfa Meal 38.00 No. 1 Blue Joint, Irrisaled 34.00 Jv'o. 2 Bluo .lolnt, irrigated---- 22.00 Car lots, f.o.b. Coaldale or Lttthbridgc. LETHBRIDSE GRAIN PRICES prices paid today for In Loth- load lota follow: Oats .........v.............36 Barley .....................59 Flai .....................1.65 Bye 1.Z5 Winnipeg Grain Markets WINNIPEG, Jan. caah future market! were dull today without feature, and the trade vo- lume was extremely small. The offer- ings of all grains were perhaps light- July May....... July....... May....... July....... May 90% ss si 17G Cuh Prlcu No. I Nor.. .158% No. 3 Nor...190'A No. 5 Nor... 167% No. 2 Nor.. .195% No. 4 Nor... 183% No. C Nor...U7% Track.' Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta OATS- NO. 2 C.W... 531, No. 3 C.W... El% Kxtra No. 1 feed No. 1 Feed.. WA No. 2 Feed.. Track No. 3 C.W..> 96 65% No. 4 C.W..'. SO Track................ NO. IN. w.c 206 No. 2 C.W...J02 No. 3 C.W... 1781J on thii crop, with a fair demand condemned.................173V4 existing. After a Brm opening May vheat advanced about 2c, the high for May being 1991-2, but this No -3 c w...................174 fell away later and near the close wag very weak, falling to 195 1-2, tho low of the day. The close was 2e loxver. Coarse grain markets were showing no change in condition from previous days, with a little demand existing for oats and barley, and all offerings Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Jin. of rain in India tended to bring about an advance today in the wheat mar- horfc. Buying, however, lacked volume. Opening prices ranged 1-2 to 1 l-2c lower, .with March 178 to 178 1-2 and May 169 1-2 to 170, and exceptionally light. Oats closed 3-8c were followed "by an advance all lower; barley 1 to 2 1-lc lower; flax around to -well above yesterday's 3c lower and rye l-2o higher. Quotations May...... July Open. 197% Data seemed incftied to sag, open- Close. illB i.Sc off, with. May 48 3-S and fail- io5.v much aboTe the initial 195 Hay 5S 57% KAISER BRONCHITIS IK EXILE Thousands Liberated What! hare you not heard the joy- ful tidings! Bronchitii haa been ex- right out of and Canadians liberated from tho bondage of this disease. Every trnco of bronchial trouble la blown t? utomi by tho world's moat effective diseaso-deitroyer, Buckley's Bronchi- tis Mixture. No people art rejoicing! No longer do they dread thci eflfwti of coughi, eolda, aithma, etc., and 10 anaoua are they that u hen should benefit also, hundred! nr letters have beea written proclaim' the merita of this wonderful ralr- iic.ulous remedy. H6re ia one JTu Whom it may Concent; "This if lo certify that I had'been suffering for over threo weeks with bronchitis wap advised to try Buckley's Bronchitis Miiturc. I purchased ft bottle and after the third dose I re- ceived relief, before the bottli was finished, I was perfectly well. In making the above asaertion I have no hesitation in laying it in the beat remedy I ever came contact with for -heavy colds and MM. M. Harding, Is 33 Brush Co., Toronto. The original of this testimonial may be teen at W. K. Buckley, Limited, 142 Mutual St., Toronto. This mixture im thousand! of Canadian, will give you cure relief. It cannot fail. Seventy-five cents ia the prict that stands between you and tho road to health. Take no on the bottle with the "Satisfaction ruaranteed, or money refunded." Ask your dwggiat. 19 SOLD IN LETHBRIDGE BY THE STOKEfi DRUG CO.- Good Old- Fashioned Jam If we look back to the flayf, when we visited our grandmother or some aunt who lived in the country, most of us can remem- ber what wonderful jam they could make. As a' matter of fact this Jam was made in the only right way there is. They went out into the garden and picked tba strawberries, brought them hi and made jam before the ber- ries had a chance to "wilt." QUAKER BRAND JAM is made after this old- fanhloned recipe, and tastes exactly the same. You will recognize tho flavor the niiuute you taste It. DOMINION CANNERS B.C.LTD. HEAD OFFICE '-VANCOUVER, B. C Ing to get level. Close Futures 177 1-4; May 170. 7-1 1-8: July 75 1-8. 48 1-S; July 47 7-8. Close Cash 2 hard 189 1-2; No. railed 187 1-2. mixed 09 to S? 1-4 No. 3 yellow 09 1-2 tn 70. 2 white 46 3-4 to 47 1-2 No. 3 white 47 1-4 to 46 1-2. Calgary Livestock CALGARY, Jan. market was fairly active today, and prices held steady for good quality beef. Re- ceipts: Cattle 219; calves 11; hogs 425; sheep 251. Steers, medium to good 56 to J7.75; common to J6; heifers, medium to good to 16.75; cows topped at medium to good to common to bulls, medium to good to stackers, choice medium to bood 15.50 to feeders, medium to good to {7; common to calves, medium to good to good lambs wethers 58.25. Hogs off cars for selects. Edmonton Livestock EDMONTON, Jan. receipts 63; calves 146. Market quiet. Choice butcher Bteers to good to common to choice cows and heifers to good to common to feeders to calves to Hogs, receipts 167; selects off care but buyers are bidding Sheep, receipts 24. Good to choice Iambs to ?J.50; yearlings to and good to choice ewes to Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Jan. 14. (Dominion 654 cattle, 800 hogs and 170 sheep. There was little activity on the cattle market this morning with a weaker undertone evidence. Majority of killing cattle were 25c lower, with steers, fair to good, being exceptionally hard to move; sales in some cases being. 50c lower. good quality lambs wera quoted at to ?10.50; mutton sheep from No sales were re- ported up to 'riooa. Hogs remained unchanged at for selrots. 'Chicago Livestock CHICAGO, Jan. receipts G.'OOO; beet steers and she stock slow; steady to lower; best beef steers to veal calves steady; bulk to packers to stackers and feeders steady. Hogs, receipts fairly r.c- 1 tive; 10 to 15c lower than yesterday's Average; top bulk ?a.M mostly IOc tower. j Sheep, receipts lambs we'ik; 25c lower; top bulk to Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Jan. .local stock exchange was only moderately active during the early trading this morning. AbitibI remained >tead; .and unchanged at 55, while Atlantic tagged 7-8 to 81. Brompton .it 52. Dominion Steel was a 1-4 'higher to X8. Laurentide was unchanged at 92 1-2 and Spanish Hiver was a.1-2 ppint .higher at 84 1-2. Wall Street a.m. Pressure against speculative shares made additional headway at tho heavy opening of today's 'stock market. directors yes- terday declared a stock dividend in- .stead of .the.usual cash payment, re- corded an Initial decline of 2 points. Crucible Steel, selling ex-dividend, al- so lost a fraction. Other steels as well as equipments, oils, motors, ship- pings and allied specialties showed moderate losses. Rails were dull and irregular and mainly lower. Opening exchange rates on London and Paris I were firm. Toronto Stocks. TORONTO, ,Jan. on tho local stoek exchange this morning was devoid of Interest and prices were inclined to be renXlonary. Canada Steamships sold oft 2 1-2 points to 47 1-2. C. P. n. was heavy, losing 1 137. Brazilian was the leader !r. pijnt of activity and lost 3-4 at 33 1-4. Wall Street Stocks NEW YORK, Jan. in stock! today wu dull and hesitant, Ladies! Here Is the Secret of True Beauty TFT WOMEN tbat and powder cannot hike tlie place of beallhy orcynj tbst function properly every day. Tlic biiiiia of eood health is recular dally elimination. Thvn the head Is clear, tbe xkiu roay, tbe eyei brlcht. When you feel constipated don't try to hide it with cvsnielics but tHilBlwvIllulu? EC. VJluWcu'ii Syriip Pepsin. It is a combination of simple laxative herbs wilb anil tbe formula is on tbe packacc. Unlike aalt vatera. tablets and pilli, Dr. Cajd-s welTaLaxaUveSyrupPepsiDactuiently andmlldty. lllflsafe for bables.-Aslxty- cut bottle will Uat monlii, aid all In Un tuailir em UH It I'jou'uouH lik to test Dr. CaU- Syrup Pepsin free of charge befm buying it in the regular way of your drufgut, send your name and aAtrtu to Dr. W. B. CatduieU, 19 Front St. Bridiebmr, Ont., and t free trial bottle will be sent sou jt postpaid, Getting to Work Officers To Be Elected Today- Agents Will lie Sent After Settlers WINNIPEG, Jan. western of the Wostom Canada Colonization association aio mooting hero today. I.ieut. Oovernor Brett of Alberta, w'.io is among those present, stated that from the humanitarian us well as from the commercial standpoint it was ussirr.ulu thit the vuuuut arable lauds of Western Canada should be peopled. There were millions of good farmers iu Europe, whose prospects would be vastly Improved if they were transported to the prairies of Can- ada, and they would in turn make the burden lighter lor all citizens of the Dominion. At this meeting the officers of tbe association will be elected and a pro- sram prepared for future activities in connection with actual Immigration and colonization work. Agents will be sent at once into the United States und probably to Britain. It already baa been decided that the head of- fice of the organization will be iu this city. i alf cjf opened but several of tho rails, equipments and specialties improved under the in- fluence of professional operations. Sales approximated shares. Wall Street Noon Trading dwindled during the morn- ing, dealings falling to comparatively nominal proportions. Further losses were made by oils, leathers, rubbers, motors and sundry shares. American hide and leather preferred was tho weakest issue, losing- almost four points. American Car, American To- bacco, Wells Fargo and Union Bag lost 2 points and Canadian Paci- fic and New Haven about one point each. Irregular rallies of tho second hour were led by oils, the popular shippings, Northern Pacific and Read- ing, the latter gaining 2 points. Sears- Roebuck recovered over half early losses. Call money OP' six per cent. p.m. Market i Advances were extended during the intermediate session with- steels, oils, motors and rails as fea- ture. Crucible, Republic, Mexican Petroleum, Goodrich and Kelly, Spring- field were 2 to 5 points over yester- day's final price. Reading increased its gain to 3 points and Norfolk and Western rosfe 1 3-4. Wall Street Close Shippings, steels and oils reacted 1 to 3 points in the last hour, but ral- lied moderately on the greater strength shown by Reading. The close was N.Y. Stocks NEW Jan. Closing sales 110 U.S. Steel 82.7-8; U.S. Steel preferred 109 7-8. i N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK, Jan. ex- change steady. Demand 3-4; cables 1-2. Canadian dollars 12 1-2 per cent, discount. Bar Silver NEW YORK, Jau. silver, domestic 99 1-2; foreign 66 3-8. Quebec Liberals Split Over Booze Thirty Liberal Members Dis- agree Premier's Pro- posal for Handling QUEBEC, Jan. opposi- tion to the government's scheme for taking over the liquor business and controlling it (both as the sole im- its porter and haying its own retail CoaEtion Safe Despite Bumps Jan. As- Anti-coalition papers H9tk4 tlM most of the gnvorn- went's Ktttbuclu in tho Hcrcl'nnl and Dover bye-elftctioDB, no political critic to asaert that these; results will jeopardize the admiuistiation. Hereford and Dover are constituen- cies wbere nobody but strict Consor-ubly did. him more good than. harm. vatlrei hare hud any chance of elec- tion for yoart, yut Liberal caiidl- data at Hereford reduced the Conser- vative- majorily from to while at Dover, Sir Thomas Poison, a won by where a coali- tion candidate won by S.12S in tho last Rouerul election. Sir Thomau heavily supported by both tho North- cliffe nnd Rothonuoro papers, both famtliofi being; personally friendly to him and having intimate with tho division. Kir Thomas was tlio object of a personal attacii during tho election with tho approval 01' bis opponent, Major Astor, but this nrob- DR. GLOVER'S CANCER SERUM i'RONOUNCEl) N. G. MEDICAL MEN TORONTO, Jan. Dr. J. T. claim to having discovered a Herum for the successful treatment of cancer is reported upon adrersely by a special committee of tbe council of the Academy of Medicine of this city. Tbe committee was appointed some time ago to luvuutlguto the claim a of the young Toronto doctor and his fricnda, made last summer, that ho had round a scrum would re- lievo cancer sufferers, posi- tively cure them. (Continued from front page.) ed tbe entrance of the association into provincial politics; clause two endors- ed the action of the board in prepara- tory work; clause three asked dis- trict locals to submit by March next to the central office its views on politics; clause four authorized the drafting of a. platform; "clause five authorized the taking of a vote next November by each local on thfl plat- form; clause sfx provides that the board be guided by the total vote in drafting the platform; clause seven, an emergency clause providing for the drafting of a temporary platform should an- election be held during 1931; clause eight provides for organ ization among the locals, defined their relation to the association as regards politics, provided for conventions to nominate candidates, and for the 'rais- ing of expense funds. Tim convention without discussion passed the first clause. The second clause was also passed. Discussion resulted on clause three, delegates expressing the fear that the board of directors were having too much responsibility put on Them, and Delegate Martinson of Douglas, asked a committee be named to draw up a platform and submit it at once. Let Looals Have Say A. J. M. Poole, Kelwood, asked that in the interests of democratic organ- ization that the drafting of a plat- form he first submitted to the locals. Ho waraud the delegates against be- shops, it today, was voiced at a melting of thirty Liberal members ot the legislature held last night. The members, however, were willing to meet this government half way by agreeing -that, tho government j shall do the Importing, but they want the; sale to the.public by authorized vendors. The meeting Came after the premier in his speech in the house had reiter- ated his determination for the immed- iate and complete control ot the busi- DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE STRONG SUPPORTER OF THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS QUEBEC, Jan. Proas.) respects !df tbe people of Que- bec province were voiced yesterday by Premier Taschereau and Arthur leader of the opposition, on tbe occasion of the visit of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire- to the Quebec legislative assembly. His excellency in reply antl after a gracious tribute to former -Premier Couin, recommended strong_Iy to the attention of the assembly a book en- titled "Tbe League of Nations Starts." Tho recommendation he made with two purposes, first for the nature of the problem itself, and sec- ond, the' means for dealing with it. He cited passages at length from this work, and urged that it was the duty of Canada to do all in her power to .make good her part in the league as one of the great sister nations of tba British Empire. warau earne ing earned away by political hysteria. Imputations have been against the' board of directors, he said, with re- gard to the political situation, and he warned the delegates against believing such statements. James Vanri, Bethany, feared an 'at- tempt wag being made to shelve the matter for another 12 mouths, and advocated immediate drawing up of a platform. R. M. Emmonds, M.L.A., asked that time be given. Ho referred to the platform drawn up by tho independ- ent farmer members and said that It could serve In a pinch, although hast- ily drawn up and containing, bo ad- mitted, some unnecessary clauses. Pianks which should never have been in, he said, are the language and tem- perance clauses. The convention en- dorsed the wholo resolution vot- ed an expression of confidence in its directors. The clauses regarding or- ganization were adopted without op- poiltlon. M. R. Barrow has resigned as prin- cipal' of tho net Bewail hixh Yon know It! It befliu with 1 tickling, irritating KDMtiou In your throat. You conffh to clear the throat. In moment again. 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