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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY JANUARt W, IWt fflBT fJFfHERBKil? OATLY HERALD MflR MARKET REPORTS HAY PRICC8 (Varnished by Farm Products, Ltd., Lethbridgu) No. 1 Timothy, Irrigated No. 2 Timothy No. 1 Alfalfa, 2nd cutting No. 1 Alfalfa, 1st cutting Nc. J Alfalfa No. 1 Alfalfa'Meal No. 1 Blue Joint, Irrigated No. Z Blue Joint, Irrigated Car. lots, f.o.b. Cualdale or Lothbrldge. LETHBRIDGE GRAIN PRICES Prices today for grain in Leth- j premiums fell to areuad Tuesday's An uasler tendency was af ala shown J2900 in the coarse graia markets ud 26 OU prices were ranging lowsr. The vol- 2u oil ol trade was light. Than was :i'j.OU no change In the oash grain situation. Oats closed 5-8c lower; barley lower to Ic hither; flax 2c te 3 i'2c lower and rye Ic lower. Quotations Oeea. May 18.00 38.90 24.00 22.00 July dose. iai% 185 Julv FLAX- May RYE May to 14 211 bridge, wagon load lots "follow: Wheat J1.S2 SIS Barley 59 Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG, Jan. Trade on the local whbac market was of a scalping nature with some spreading between here and Chicago. The market was working In sympathy with Chicago and at one time a loss of 2 E-8c for the nearby future was registered. The close was Ic lower. I No. 3 No. 4 Nor...lM% All grades of cash wheat were !n No. B Nor... 168% No. 6 Nor... good demand during the early part of Feed 145% the session and the premium, increas- Track, Manitoba, Saskatchewan ed about ?c, 'with the result that a'j and Alberta 196% very fair imouat came out. Later the 64% 84 83 209 211 173 17 6 Cash Prices WHEAT No. 1 Nor.. .197% No. 2 demand appeared satisfied and If you have ft severs wiijrli or chest cold accompanied with soreness, throat tickle..-Jionrsuiidss, or dillicult breatuiiuj, or if. your child wnkca vip during the Slight with croup and you want quick try. this reliable old honie-iuatle CUUKU remedy. Any druayist can supply you with ounces of Pinex. Pour Urn into a 16-oz. bottle and nil the bottle with plain granulated sugar Or you can use uhtriiied BIO- honey, or corn ayrun, instead of syrup, if desired. Tim recipe makes 10 ounces of really remarkable coimh remedy. It tastes pood, and in epke its low cost, it can be depended upon, to give quick and lasting relief. 1 ou can feel this -take hold of a in. a that means business. It looecTK and raises the.phlefnn, atona tnroat tickle and soothes and heals the irritated membranes that line the throat and. bronchinl tubes with snch prompt- _..__.... ness, case and certainty that It is really changed to 1-4 to 3-4c lower with May No. 2 C.W... 51% 3 C.W.. 47% Eitra No. 1 feed 47% No. 1 Feed.. 45% No. 2 Feed.. 42% Track 62% BARLEY- NO. 3 C.W... 93 No. 4 C.W... 75 Feed Track FLAX- NO. IN. W. C 201% N'o. 2 C.W... 197tf No. 3 C.W... 174 Condemned 1M (Track 202 I EYE- NO. 2 C. W 171 Chicago Drain CHICAGO, Jan. Bears found support lacking In the wheat market today and forced a material setback In values. More or leoa of the weak- ness was ascribed to a traditional view that as a rule January Is a month of declining prices. Apparent near- ness of enlarged shipments from the southern hemisphere .counted also as a depressing factor. Opening quota- tions, whTch ranged from 3-4 to j l-2c lower with March 173 1-4 to 174 and May 165 1-2 to 166, were followed by additional declines, and then some- thing of a rally. j Oats went to the lowest price yes- terday this season, and opened un- and Mar 114 1-4 1-L Mb 1'incjt is a snorfnl and cnnwn-. trated mmnound of (rcnuine' Norway fine extract, and is probably the best known means of ovcrcominz eomhti.-Minliifsiiit'Hir'iif colds Thfre are mitny Vbrthle.s'-imltationa flf this niTThirs. To arolil of Pinei" with full dim-Hone iton't accent OnnrantPi-il to rivo ntaoluta catiefnction or ninTicy promptlv re- fiinded- The Pines Co.. Toronto, Ont. v 45 1-4 to 45 1-2, and then weakening all around. Cash 2 red to 190 1-2; No. 2 hard 182 to 18" 34. I 8 mixed 65 to 66 1-2; j No. 2 yellow 67' 1-2. 2 white 43 1-4 to '3 3-4; No. 3 white 42 to 42 1-Z. Futures 68 5-8 to 68 34. CAMAftY, Jan. cattle ma was active today, prices btin steady for aral ateerr went to BrIUak.Cc lunbla at mttivm to good ataers tv common to M; food KM to cows at medium to good to to 15.71. Bulls, medium to good to Stackers an feetUtrc, to good tt.M; common to good calves to common to Hogs off cars for selects. Livestock EDMONTON, Jaa. receipt? calvi 14. Market fairly active; price steady. No really good cattle oVe ed. Choice butcher steers to good kind te common sor to cows and belters, goo to choice W to common t short Keep heavy feeders common to choice Tea calves to extra cholc would probably bring more. Htags, receipts 256; market flnnei Selects off cars. Sheep, receipts nil. Choice lamb to extra choice woul probably bring 50c more; yearling to Choice ewes tc Winnipeg Llvuteck WINNIPEG, Jan. 570 cattle; 99 hogs and 270 sheep. The market to'day was slow in weaker. Choice butcher cows ha poor salo at Jfi.60 to bulk bes butcher heifers to killin steers appeared more active, fair t good making Good feed er steels to Top lambs sold at good rnu ton sheep The hog market remained firm packers bidding for selects with prospects for higher prices be fore the cloee of the market Chicago Livestock CHICAGO, Jan. receipt slow; bulk mostly lOc higher pigs 10 to 15c higher. Cattle, receipts beef steers and best grade cow stuff openln slow to lower; steer quality imorov ed; bulk around to calve steady to bulk vaalers t Sheep, receipts fat Iambi 25c lower; top J10.W to packers Bulk 19.50 to sheep slow bid ding lower. Montrtal MONTREAL, Jan. receipts 151. Mar ket slow. Prices only approxl mate as very few sales had been mado up to noon. Butcher steers medium to Calves, receipts 83, Market steady Sheep, receipts 26. Light cul lambs averaging about 40'pounds were sold as low as March 172 1-2 to 172 3-4 eases Them AFTER EVERY MEAL It appeals to everybody because of the pleasure and benefit it affords. The longest-lasting refresh- ment possible to obtain. Sealed tight-kept right in its wax-wrapped impurity-proof package. 5' The Flavor Lasts Hosa, receipts 496. Market firm Oft car weights, selects Toronto Livestock TORONTO, Jan. receipts Prices about steady with yesterday'. Toronto Stocks TORONTO, Jan. sentiment among traders In speoula tive brought about an advance In'some of the stocks on the to stock exchange this morning. Paper and traction stocks being espe- cially prominent. A belated dividend announcement by Conlagas Mines sent that stock.up 20-cents a share at British-American Oil was again the leading stock in the unlisted section, moving up 1 point to 37 1-2 but los- ing part of this on profit taking, 1 Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Jan. local stock exchange was qutet during the early trading this morning. Atlantic Sugar .strengthened 1-4 point to 31 1-2. National Breweries weakened 1-4 point to S3. Spanish River rose a 1-2 to 82. New York Stocks NEW YORK, Jan. issues, particularly those which fea- tured yesterday's late rally, were ac- tive and strong at the opening of to- day's stock market. California Pe- troleum, General Asphalt and Man- hattan Elevated were the outstanding issues, rising 1 to 1 3-4 points In the first few transactions. Canadian Paci- fic, American International, American Smelting, American Woolen, Corn Products and United States 'Rubber gained large fractions. Offsetting fea- tures -comprised American Sugar, American Car, Republic Steel, North- ern Pacific and Food Products at re- OPERATION WAS Ti PulW Hnltb tti Momaai. TV I tmt la the toww put of my body, with swelling w bloating. I saw iPMialirt who Mid I must indafgo operattoo. I nfatad. The Ant has (net refitf; uxt I continued the Now my hMlth It I am frw of and I gin "Fralt-a-titei" my F. GAKEAU. a box, for trial site At all dealers or tent postpaid FmiU-tirM United, Ottawa. change heavy. Demand 5-8; cables 3-8. Canadian dollars 1-4 per cent discount. (Continued from Front The provincial government was re- quested to approach the railway board to secure a reduction of rates on the Edmonton; Dunvegan and British Co- lumbia Railway. J. W.-Leedy, Wbltemouth, claimed that Grand Rapids settlers were be- ing forced to pay for a line which was built In a roundabout way to exploit certain timber Interests, although, he stated, when the railway was built Premier Sifton denied it. The rail- way was built to a point where tim- ber can be floated down a number of rivers to connect with. it. The convention asked that a repre- sentative of the farmers be appoint- ed to the board of railway commis- sioners. The convention asked the associa- tion executive to investigate a pos- sibility of manufacturing leather products in the province, and so avoid the long railway haul east and west, "and the unscrupulous graft mposed by the manufacturers." An amendment proposed to have co- operative marketing 'Substituted for methods already la existence for the sale of these goods was not put. The resoultion stated that such action as recommended would employ the idle in the province. Urge Completion of Completion ot seven agricultural colleges partly erected in the province and construction of additional col- eges was asked in a resolution passed. Immediate action- to complete the Grand Trunk Pacific, Loverna branch Ine, was requested. More than 1400 delegates have re- gistered at the convention which Is a record in the history of the assocja- ion. Delegates frpm various districts In he province are holding meetings to etermine on political action in the onstituencies they represent and In- Icatlons are that the' farmers will e strongly organized' for action in next general election. Claimed of Them la neat Camp Wu Signall- ing Ho OuUUe DUBLIN, Jan. men nave been shot dead at the Internment camp for Sinn Felners In Ballyklnler, county Down, It was offlclally an- nounced today. The circumstances of the- shooting, however, have not yet been learned. Signalling to BELFAST, Jan. receiv- ed here of the shooting of two Sinn Feiners at the BaUyklnler Internment camp, atate that one of the victims bad been signalling to some person outside the unu that I Q HINTON ASSERTS HE PROPOSED FABRELL M. V. Jan. U_ Llnit. Hlnton. this aftomMn it IM Inquiry Into ssttttaMilar tallMn flight he M Into Canada with United naval thai time wMI TURKISH NATIONALISTS WANT TO NEGOTIATE CONSTANTINOPLE, Jan. Turkish Nationalists are willing to negotiate for a settlement with the allies, according to an Angora dig. patch today quoting Hamed Mouchter Bey, commissary for foreign affairs In the cabinet of Mustapha Kemal Pasha. "We are ready to accept the good offices of some neutral power to medi- ate with the the commissary is Quoted as declaring. "The nego- tiations can begin as soon as an of- Is made." t WORK ON SHOUT TIME MANCHESTER.. Jan. is.-on a ballot Just taken by tae Federation ot Master Spinners, the decision has been reached to coitions the mills spinning Egyptian cotton oa short M boon "Some in tint of 50 PLAYER'S NAVY CUT ;