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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JANUARY 17. IWl MARKET REPORTS HAY PRICES by Farm Products, Ltd, Lethbrldge) No. 1 Timothy, irrigated No. 2 Timothy.............. 26.00 Condemned No 1 Alfalfa, cutting 20.00 No. 1 Alfalfa, 1st cutting 19.00 No. 3 Alfalfa................ No. 1 Alfalfa Meal 38.00 Nu. 1 Blue Joint, Irrigated 2-1.00 No. a Blue Joint, irrigated----- Track .......................88% FLAX- NO, i N. w. No. 2 C.W...203 No. 3 Abltibl wmt up at paint to 61 M M did tlu.At- Untlo Sugar to SI BruUlu WMKU- 7-1 to 33 1-8, while Brompton ug- 14 to 63. National wmt steady at 03. lUMt unchanged. Wall stntt NEW Jan. the Important exception to aretage) of prlcw In the dull itock market today, although strength- ening to some eitent. Induitrlali Car lots, f.o.b. Coaldale or LETHBRIDGE GRAIN PRICES Prices puld today for gmtn In Lets- fcrldso. wagou load lota follow: Wheat J1.62 Vl'ix 1.65 Oats..................... M Barley....................59 Kj-e Us Winnipeg Markets WINNIPEG, Jan. locml wheat market was erratic throughout tho session today. Pit trade was of email volume, little pressure being ex- erted either way, most of the trading being of u scalping nature only. Im- porters and shippers vrero little in- Track No. 2 C.W. Chicago Grain showed moderate gains, gales ap- 173 it iwoiimated shares. Industrials and rails followed con- trary courses at the opening of to- day's stock market, the former soon recording a number of substantial CHICAGO, Jan. moved Quickly in prices today as a reault of seaboard buying presumably for Europe. It was said Germany and Italy would the bulk of the grain which was purchased. Denial of re- ports that seventy million bushels of wheat had been omitted from the vis- ible supply statement was to some ex- tint a bullish factor. Opening prices, which ranged from 3-4c decline to a like advance, with March 1.73 to 1.74 1-3 May 1.S5 1-2.. to 1.S6 1-2, wore followed by material gains all around. Oats touched new low figures for tho season, but soon rallied. The (tins, while transportations were In- clined to react. Crucible Steel re- lumed Its recent leadership at an early advance of S points. Vana- dium rose 1 1-4, Geaeral Eiectrlc 1 3-4 Mexican Petroleum one point. The local tractions also strengthened with equipments, motors, coppers and chemicals. Atlantic Coast Line fell one point and moder- ate recessions attended first offer- ings or Southern Pacific, Reading, Chesapeake and Ohio, International Paper. Sean-Roebuck and General Asphalt. Wall Street Noon Some early sains were extended higher with May 45 l-J. to 45 7-S. torosted, not buying even at the low! "red No' 3 harf spots. 18J, to start varied from l-4c lower to Me the hour' and transportations showing especial strength. The latter, presumably on i prospects of an increased fare, rose two to live points. Reactions of one No. 3 mixed It 1-2; No. 2 The cash market jris even slower than the futures, aiu. irado volume one of the- lightest of this crop. There was an excellent demand for Wheat, hut tho offerings almost nil, despite an Increase from 1-2 to Ic in premiums. There was no change in the coarse grain market. In the cash there Is a poor demand for ley, flax anil rye. with all the lightest nature. t.........------ Wheat closed 1 3-8 to 1 5-8c higher; and Port Arthur with oats.unchanged to 1-Sc higher: barley shipments during the was iasncd by the board of yellow 67 1-4 to 70. No. 2 white 44 to 44 3-4; Na. 3 Whtto 42 1-4 to 1-2. Cioie Futures March 176; May 169 1-4. May 71 3-8; July 72 3-8. May July 45 6-8. Grain In Store THE FRUIT MEDICINE with Torpid Lair, CHutiffiiom, Sitt tr MV TrmtUt, Iki Bifk, JSatmf aOur itia tffetima, "Frnlt-a-tiTes" gives prompt ralitf and assures t ipeedy recovery when treatment it faithfully followed. uudieiut mfdi frrm containing BedleiuJ principles of oranges, and prunes, cotrbuwd with valuable tonics and 60o box, for 50, trill MM, 25c. At til dnltn or lent postpaid by OtUn. Omi, 'or oats bar: WINNIPEG, Jan. 17.-The following iVertaW rrf of stocks in store in I offermgs of elevator, at Fort William was to two points before noon on steels, equipments and motors, were accom- panied by a break In investment rails. Coppers were dull despite ru- mors of a possible merger of tho Inw priced companies. Foreign exchange1, particularly the rate on London, rose appreciably over last week's final quotation. Rails strengthened in the last hour, m _ and rubber. The Opposition to Absolute N.Y. Funds NEW YORK, Jan.1- ex- change strong; demand J3.75; cables 186 56 KCIV, w ae IBVUDU uy tiia uuaru ui _ Pain commiuloner. on Saturday: I Canadian dollars 12 1-2 'stocks In store-Wheat 16.146.98ii Bar sliver, domestic-99 1-2; foreign N.V. Stacks NEW YORK, Jan. sales C.P.R. 116 1-S; U.S. Steel 83- U.S. Steel prefeijred 109 7-8. bushels; barley 671; flar rve 3-8c higher to l-2c lower; eta to 3c higher and rye unchanged. Quotations: _Opeu. May............... 190 July May.............. 66 July.............. 6554 May.............. 86fe July............. Hay.............. 213 July................. 175 Cash Prices WHEAT- NO. 1 No. 2 Nor...193% No. 3 Nor...188% No. 4 No. 5 No 6 common to good bulls late Saturday. The Sun says: Feed .......i4c2 to stockers, medium to good "A Proportional representation elec- to-18.60; feeders, medium to good tlon Is an election with the kick bushels; oats barley flax rye Shipments bushels; oats barley flax nil; rye OIL; Calgary Livestock 711 CALGARY, Jan. cattle market was fairly active today with prices unchanged, except for calves which rose 11.00 a cwt. Receipts 216 174 P. R. ELECTIONS HAVE KICK TAKEN OUT IS Control Will Not Be Heavy QUEBEC, Jan. 15.-There is to be no compromise on the part of tho government In the matter of liijuor control, it is learned in circles near the cabinet. One compromise which certain members in caucus urged, namely, that the government should confine itself to the wholesale end of the business and sell to vendors will not be accepted by the government. Government circles do not believe that the opposition to the government FINDING OF B.C. PAPER of i. i VANCOUVER, Jan. were: Cattle 2U; calves 119. 'Most anil highly moral but deadly of the buying was done for shipment Js how tn8 Vancouver Sun describes to Tacoma. Steers, medium to good tne "'vic elections under proportional to common to heifers representation which took place last and cows, medium to good to Thursday, Returns were finally com- as tome, members would make out, but in any case the government Is prepared to accept its responsibility That there will be a group of 30 mem- bers, or anything like that number to vote against the government when the bill is finally before the house, Is much doubted. No. 3 C.W... _____ Track. Saskatchewan and Alberta, ................195 Ko. 2 C.W... 63 Ex. No. 1 feed No. 1 feed.. 4iK No. 2 feed. Track...................... BARLEY- 94% No. 4 C.W.. Feed...... 43% 53% Mffc WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE iHow E. Pinkhwn's etnble Compound tho of Chance of Life. "DuringChange of life I had hot diuy spells and every month I waawjidwitlt misery 1 had a constant dull pain, and would always feel tired. I wllend in this way for five or six yean was treated by physician and toon different remedies without benefit Lydla E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Com- pound was ncom- mended to me and 1 took It, in) I believe I would never have been well if it had not been for the Vegetable Compound and Ljrdia E. Pinkham'a Sanative Wash. I am recom- mending jroor medicine to all women all- tag u I was, to I think it will cany them safely throuirh the Change of Life, relieve the tllnwnta that corao at that Mrs. ALEOEC. KtNGLE, Galatia, 111, Women who suffer from aerrontneM. "heat backache, headache., blues, should try this f w E. Pink.. and if com- plications exist write the E. Pink- awn Medicine Co., Lynn, Tke of their 40 years' einerlenee in inch CMM ii your aurrice. to 17; calves, medium to good taken out, a non-alcoholic beverage, sales, 114.76 a christening In which the baby can- not possibly refuse to accept the name destowed upon It. So long as K T to J7.50. Hogs, no bid. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Jan. over the week-end an election Is more uncertain than and up to 9 o'clock this morning were comparatively light, the totals unload- ed for sale being 520 cattle, 215 hogs and 120 sheep. There was a decidedly slow market in progress this morning while the quality of the offerings .was only fair. A few sales were completed at steady prices, but indications are that quotations will weaken before the close of the market. On the sheep and Iamb market bid- ding was firm for the limited offer- a horse race, you can get the elec- CANADA'S NAVY WILL REACH ESQUIMALT MAR. 4 Canadian naval squad- ron now en route to Esquimau, its turned out to cast their ballots. After leaving Panama, stops will be PEASANT REBELLION made at Corlnto, Acaputla, San Jose Balina Crus, Manzanilo, San Pedro and Esquimau. It Is likely that the LONDON, Jan. Central ings and one load of good lambs was trom Riga' dlted Snn- dlsposed of at while a few real' good mutton sheep changed hands at Bidding on the hog market wai root and remedy, Barn's Vegetable Compound, steady with the close of the week- end, selects changing hands at Chicago Livestock CHICAGO, Jan. receipts beef steers very slow around 25c lower; no early action on steers of or higher value. Hogs, receipts fairly strong to lOe higher than Saturday's Average. Sheep, receipts killing class- es generally about 50c lower. Toronto Stacks TORONTO, Jan. 3 points to 135, C.P.K. furnished about the only noteworthy feature o: dull trading on the Toronto stock exchange this decline here was a reflection of-the reactionary trend in railroad stocks on the New York. stock market. Winnipeg Railway was.weak at 39, while Toronto Rail- way was active and strong around 64. Wall Strea p.m. Ooils, coppers, leather and tobacco the strong features of the noon bour, gaining 1 to 2 points and Cruci- ble Increased Its advance to three points. Rails and shippings were backward, however, especially coal- ers, which fell 1 to 4 points on moder- ate offerings. Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Jan.. local stock exchange was quiet, but strong during tho early trading this morn- BREAKS OUT IN UKRAINE will pay a visit to Vancou- ver following Its arrival at Esquimau. PROPOSED U. S. TAX ON THE GRAIN TRADE WOULD HURT FARMERS NEW YORK, Jan. Press it is hardly probable that a bill to tax the privilege of dealing on exchanges, boards of trade, and NEW BRIAND CABINET IS PATCH-WORK Paris Press Not Very Loud to Praises of the New Com- bfeation PARIS, Jan. Lloyd Oeoi'ge and Briand will meet for a conference on German disarmament on January 25, it announced to- day. Little Enthusiasm PARIS, Jan. enthusiasm was evinced today by Paris news- papers over the new Briand cabinet. Most 'Journals expressed mild satis- faction or reserved judgment The Journal said: "It contains every element simon-pure royalists and communists." The Figaro expressed disappoint- ment, saying: 'it is the usual patch-' work ministry according to the pre- war formula." While the Oeuvre asks: "We have a new ministry; we have a new ClemencMu's Friend The significance of the appointment of M. Briand as premlar was not lost upon the people. They recalled his friendship with Georges Clemenceau, who while premier, assisted in fram- ing the treaty of Versailles, and the close tic-s existing with Raymond Polncare, who has stood for strict enforcement'of the Versailles pact. M. Briand has insisted that the treaty must be carried out and that the interests of France in the Near East must he served. M. Briand has been an advocate of complete solidarity between France, Great Britain and the United States, but has insisted that France must demonstrate to tho allies that her house Is In order and well adminis- tered. His radical tendencies are subjects of comment, hla.early association with Jules Juares, the Socialist leader as- sassinated in 1914, being one of the salient features of his advance In politics. French-Socialism, which has been by dissension-between com- and more moderate elements, may find in M. Briand, a man who can do much toward uniting factions and saving the party as a political power. The members of Premier' Brand's cabinet are: Premier and minister of foreign af- Brand. Minister of Bolnneva. Minister of the interior Pierre Marraud. Minister of Barthou. Minister of Guls- thau. Minister of Daumer. Minister of public tor Befard. Minister of agriculture Edmund Leferve Duprey. Minister of Dior. Minister of Vincent. Minister of Mag-1 inot. j Minister of public Le-1 of liberated trc ooulk. Minister Loucheur. Moscow reports A ssrious peasant rebellion has broken out in. the gov- of Podolia, Ukraine, under the leadership of Col. Titjunik. The soviet government the revolt will spread, in consequence of tlio unrest of the Ukrainian peasants over the refusal of the to remedy numerous grievances." PAN-AMERICAN LABOR MEN OPPOSE GOMPERS i--- MEXICO CiTTfj Jan. ed to Samuel Gompers' election as president of the I TURK NATIONALISTS CLAIM GREEK DRIVE DECISIVELY BEATEN similar places in contracts of sale of grain for future delivery and for other purposes, introduced by Con- gressman Haugen of Iowa, will pass into law in the short session of con- grass, the folly of it calls for some the Wall Street Journal aays this morning. "The tax of 10 cents a bushel on contracts made for Pan-American Federation of Labor Ifutur8 delivery, that Is' -trading In developed here today'at the annual tuture' wnicn some of the farmers' congress of the. organization. Can- friends -seom convinced Is nefarious, yass of several delegations 'showed that Mr. Gompers is the favorite. It is thought the meeting may continue until late this week. GANGPLANK COLLAPSES; HUNDRED INTO BRINY RIO DB JANEIRO. Jan. least three persons were drowned and 17 injured when loo passengers were thrown into the bay today by the collapse of a gangplank. It is believed many more lost their lives. X would be, in effect, a differential in favnr of Montreal and Liverpool "It could well be imagined that Montreal and Liverpool might sub- nidlze a lobby to encourage bills of this tho newspaper says. "They have everything to gain and nothing to lose. If tho farmers' fool friends in congress insist on giving him this kind of razor' to play with, what does the world market caro if he cuts his own Jan. cording to a Turkish Nationalist com- munication dated last Friday, the Greek offensive In the Eskishehr re- gion in Asia Minor has been stopped. It says the Creek troops yielded along the entire front under pressure of the Turks; that the retreat of tha Greeks has been disorderly and cost- ly, one entire division having been destroyed. Everybody Smokes OLD CHUM NORWAY LABOR SPLITS CHRISTIANIA, .Tan. labor party has split on the proposal to adhere to the third Internationals at Moscow. Two hundred delegates to the party's congress have decided to oppose joining the Internationale and will founil a new party to which most of the labor leaders in parlia- ment will belong. INVESTIGATING THE BALLOONISTS' TRIP ROCKAWAY, N. Y., Jan. naval board of Inquiry appointed ;by Secretary of the Navy'Daniels met here today to begin the investigation of.the balloon flight of Lieutenants Kloor, Farreli and Hlnton which too them into Northern Canada. Rear A miral George Washington Kline the presiding officer. MILLIONS KILLED IN ACTION newil Millions snd mil- lions of germs killed in action and thousands and thousands of relieved of bronchitis, notl.taa, cougiis, There is great rejoicing in tho faet that science has at last vented the world FLAVELLE TREATED WITH COURTESY; WILL HETIRE TORONTO. Jan. to a report that .1. D. Flavelle contemplat- ed resigning as chairman of the On- tario license hoard because "he great- ly resents the interference of Hon. W. E. Haney into the administration of the Ontario Temperance Mr. Flavclla nays: "This is not only misleading, but it Is absolutely incorrect. I have had no friction-or Interference with Hon. Mr. Raney In the administration of tho act... I have been treated with the ut- most courtesy and fairness by every member of the government. "My reason for retiring Is absolute- ly personal." CARDINAL GIBBONS STILL IMPROVING BALTIMORE, Jan Improvement In Cardinal Gibbons' condition was reported today. He was on his feet a short while ywtw-i for gerin 's surest death, trap Buckley's Bronchitis 'Mix- ture. With tho first duso this rcmod gets down to ljusinras, and never eeaies in its destructive work until every trace of tin disease is completely removed and the victim restored to normal health. Letters from all parts of Canada prnijing this wonderful mixture are literally pour- ing into headquarters, ficad this lot- "Years of suiftring (ram that terrible affliction, bronchial asthma ordered by all medical men to close my bnnineis in Montreal and go south to a warmer climate, but I noticed year sd. in the "Montreal Standard" for the above mixture and I said I would give one more trial to health befors I leave my native town, and think good maker I did. Mr bronchial tubes nru clear, the haekin'z cough has disnppcarsd, the wheezing emigh has cetsod as if by magic, and all discomforts have gone since taking your wonderful mixture." Herbert Corrl, 417 McKay Street, Montreal. There is no reittin whatever why you lannot be completely anil speedily re- stored to health if you lake this rem- edy. You are or tho money is refruded, according to our guaran- Dm 't delay. Buy a bsttV iron druggist it IN LETHSKItlGE BY THE ORUO CO. Old Country Football Scores LONDON, Jan. As- undated defeaUic Reading today 3 to 1 In a re-nlaye< cup tie game- This was tho third meeting of those to decide which should enter the second round, the two other games ending in draws. In a thinl division game of the English league today Newport de- feated Norwich by 2 to 0. ESCORT PERSUADED WOMAN TO LEAVE HER RINGS HOME, ROBS HER CHICAGO, Jan. Kather- iiio Gibbons of Cleveland attended the theatre Saturday night. Her escort, Burke, warned her not to wear her diamond rings because of the many footpads and she left them at tho homo of friends. When she re- turned the rings were gone. Reporting the robbery to the po- lice, Mrs. Clibboiis mentioned that her escort excused himself in the second act and did not return until nearly the close of the play. .Today tho dia- monds, valued at were found in Durke's possession when he was arrested. MOB FTVB ANMIREMOVE Sixteen Counties in North State Raise to Check Fiend of A BLOW FOR H.C.L. MOOSE JAW, Jan. High Cost of Living had another prop kick- ed (out from under him this morning n-hen the Canadian Pacific Railway dining car department announced and put into effect on dining cars today a reduction in .menu card prices of from 10 to 25 per cent, on most of the important items. ST. PAUL, Jan. 000 was raised for protection purposes by 2G2 townships hi sixteen countries of Northern Minnesota dur- ing the last yaar, according to an nouncement of W. T. Cox, state tor ester. This money was raised by direct self-imposed taxes in the various town ships and was in addition to the tazet paid by these residents to the mnnt cipality, county or state. Thla was made possible, 'Mr. stated, by the united efforts of forestry department and its staff o( rangers and patrolmen who are carry ing on a continual educational ganda in fire prevention and proteo iion. The entlro sum expended by de- partment for flre prevention and pro- tectiog during the year was approxi- mately which includes the money by the indlridunl torn- ships. -Jjpre than nine hundred Ores were fought and brought nnder con. trol, Mr. Cox said, before any material damage was done to property, PLAN EXCHANGE WITH CANADIAN TEACHERS LONDON, Jan. York edu- cation committee is offering to til teachers in their employ an opportun- ity of exchanging positions for a year with Canadian teachers. Here ti a CaiuuKm half a ctntury T9B T.bace, hat tht constant tmtralinnt tf Canadian itl- dim, teeause star afttr yiar itt kith tumlily fcu mmr voriuL Tobaccos come and go. has remained a favorite for generations. This is due to its outstanding quality. Quality when carefully selected 'leaf is used, when such leaf is properly cured and matured; when the right processes of manufacturing sre employed. contains .only imported Virginia leaf. The men in the Tuckett organization re- sponsible for know that thousands of smokers rely on "good old to give them always a cool, a fragrant and a satisfying smoke. So their watchword A B standard must be maintained. CUT PLUG SMOKING is the one tobacco put up in three formi. old-fashioned "plug" for the man who likes to cut his tobacco as he uses iu .Two--" Gut Coarse ready for your pipe. Extra Fine "for the man who rolls his own cigarettes. TUCKETT LIMITED HEAD OFFICE: HAMILTON, CANADA TWUIIO, MOMTtlUl. LOmOH, WWHInd, CAIMHT, ;