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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JANUARY it. fill LETHHRUXiE PABLT HERALP MARKET REPORTS HAY (Furnished by Farm Products, Ltd, Lothbrldge) No. 1 Timothy, Irrigated I1D.OO No. 2 Timothy 28.W No. 1 Alfalfa. Jod cutting ___ S0.09 No. 1 Alfalfa, lit cutting ___ No. 2 AKaifa 18.00 No. 1 Alfalfa Heal 38.00 No. 1 Blue Joint, Irritated 14.00 No. 2 Blue Joint, Irritated 22.00 Oar lots, f.o.b. Coaldale or Lvthbrldge. LCTHBKIME DRAIN PRICKS Prices paid today for grain la Letk- vkfldge, wagon luad lots follow: Wheat..................11.5! Flax..................... Oats .....................51 Barley ....................61 Rye..................... 1.25 Onln WINNIPEG. Jan. local wheat market was very erratic today on wheat. wklek varied from luehangec to Ic lower, with March 111 to and May 15114 to 160H by up- were turns all around to well above torday's finish, Oats were dull and to Uc, opening M to He with May 46% to but later CL09K FUTURES WHEAT-Mwrck' 144 14; Hay 154 3-4. COKN-May 14; July (S 1-1. 4) {-I; July 43 CASH CLOSE 1 nd, lUf 1 hard, 176 1-2 to 171. 3. mixed, U 1-1; Ne. 1 yellow, 68 1-1. 2 While, 48 1-1 to 4J S-4; No. 3 white 41 to 41 1-1. Calgary Livutock CALGAKY, Jan. cattle NEW YORK. ten- dencies were distinctly downward at active opening of today'a itock market, steel turfing re- action. Crucible w Initial lou of a Urge traction and was IB-! mediately eitended to two BMhlehem American Ctr, Royal Dutck, Sears-Roebuck, Ocawal As- phalt and Union Fwlflc also nftoter- ed declines o( one to two Motors and specialties, notably rub- The taw advances were confined to the on London was unchisged frum yesterday's Unal (tuotaUoM. Btwis. coppers, leather, akwalcals and utilltlei ear- down 1 to almost 3 polits k broader of Urn first 04Js also hfivr, Is- sues belli Mid by traders on cut In the price of the crude product. Prom the lowir lerels there wen ral- lies of 1 to 3 points, General phalt and Taus Paclflc, coal ud oil (tuldloj: the recorery. The market failed to hold, prices Inc again before noon. Call loans opened and over the week- end at 7 cent, and offarlnfs of time money were small. British u> ImproTed, approaching Its re-1 cent maximum figures. with lower prices prevailing and at market was fairly actlvt wtti lacking the recent support of bull the close prices showed a decline of steady to firm today. Receipts: Cat- pools, the stock market today reacted 6 1-4 to 4 3-4c from yesterday'a olose. tie 181; hogs WO; sheep Choice irregularly In almost every quarter of May wheat touched mark steers to II.M; nudktm to Mud the list Sales approximated 663 000 of the present crop movement, going steers 16 to fS; coouBon tft to If; to 181 1-4. cows, medium to, (0od to Closing P. R 11B 1-8- U During the early part of the session common. 44.50 to good 'iiulis g. jj TJ g Bteel the market was'firm and prices ad- to good feeders II; meflum to m 3.4. Tanced 2 1-Zc with strong buying. Ar- good to common 15 news had ;i very bearish ttlect Calves, medium to good to on" the local market. food lambs (11.76. The cash wat.a market continues Hogs off cars for (elects, dull. The excellent demand continues Winnipeg Livmtock Wall Strwt 1.W p.m. The lighter dealings of the mid- session embraced several obscure specialties. American Agricultural "Chemical, Allied Chemical, Ajax Rob- and a record number of would-be buy- WINNIPEG, Jan. ber, American Can and Pressed Steal ers were In the market today. Oats Receipts 430 cattle, 590 Car sustained losses of 1 to 2 points closed l-7-8c to 1 3-4c lower; barley hogs and 145 tbeep. Trading was Coppers and rails also continued flax 4 1-2 to fie generally quiet on the cattle market heavy with food 3 1-2 to 5.1-Sc lower lower; rye'Sc lower. Quotations: May.............. July......... May.............. July May.............. July.............. May.............. 16S Caih WHEAT- NO. 1 Nor...188 No. 2 Nor...184% No. 3 Nor... 180 No. No. 5 ......160% No. this morning wjth buyers bidding fair- 1 ly in line with yeaterday's close. Kill- glr J NEW YORK, Jan. Open. Close, mg steers, fair to good J6 to 17.50; domeitlc 99 1-2- forelni 66 3-4 180% 181% with in odd sale reaching bulk 130% 63% 53 82% 203% 207 174% best females (6 to steers ?6 to 19.50. good feeder Clen Equipments and specialties were the centre of concerted selling move- Sheep and lamb market firm. Good memia iatw ,t or l to 3 wfat 51% lambs '110 to and mutton sheep .nn, also moderately. The e" closing waa heavy. 'Sterling NEW YORK, Jan. ex- change steady. Demand 13.77 3-8; cables 1-8. Canadian 12 per cent, discount. Healthy Young Womanhood wfll watch nnMir 1 that (nwuur firl haa ranlmr Mir I" uixn tbit all kMltk 4wwto. If ib. oanwltlu of (MdKlM, MUOMMia, low of WK11U or ToimirilupccteonitliuUa. Olvt UupMnfnl Dr. Cildwcll'i Brno and by moroioc will Itbacomliinitionol ilnple ksrbc with pepsia, and full formoU U on the packaii. WhtD you BM bow wondcrf ulljr it acts Ton will In future avoid drutie la suffar-coated pillx. A slitr-eent bottl. of Or. Cakhnll'i Uxstlvi Srmp PenlBluUnonlha. Ifymtvmld lite to tut Dr. CM- vxtt't Lasatkc Syrup Pepsin fret of chargc tefon buying it in the regular way of your xnd your name and aibta Dr. V. B. CaldixU, 10 Front Sj., Bridgfhtri, Out, and a fm trial wiU be xnt you (Continued from front page.) 78% 77 199 JC.50. Hogs advanced 25c, selects, fed and watered, being bid at J1S.75. Chicago Llvutock CHICAGO, Jan. 201% fairly active, largely 35 to 40c lower than yesterday's average; bulk to 167 Cattle, receipts general trade slow to lower; bulk to Veal calves mostly 2Sc higher, 4 Nor... 172% bulk good and choice 111.50 to 6 ......144% Sheep, steady Feed to strong; top lambs Bulk Track, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and OATS- NO. 2 C.W... 48K No. 3 C.W... 44% Ex. No. 1 feed 44% to No early feeder Bales. Toronto TORONTO, Jan. DECISIVE DEFEAT FOR COMMUNISTS LEGHORN, Italy, Jan. communist faction of the Italian So- cialist party defeated In attempt to secure endorsement by the party of the third Internationale or Hoi- No. 1 feed.. 42% No. 2 feed.. 39% morning, price fluctuations, Indicating; Track conflicting opinion regarding the prea- No. 3 C.W... 86% Feed........................ 5D% morning and held strong at 74, a gall considerable Irregularity in trading I cow bolted Socialist convention on the Toronto stock exchange this today. ient industrial No. 4 C.W... 70% I Mackay was active thongkout 80% FLAX- NO, i N. w. No. 2 C.W.. .187J4 No. S C.W.. .164 Condemned ......159 Track .......................192 RYE- NO. 2 C.W......-.............166 Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Jan. prices developed moderate strength today, chiefly art a result of seaboard buying. of 1 point, while Atlantic Sugar In light trading advanced 1 3-4 to 32 3-4. C. P. R. continued! move- ment, closing at noon at 133 1-2. Can ada Steamships lost 1 1-4 at 48, while the preferred stock wai fractionally higher. Victory loans oantlnned to Improve. Montrts! Sticks MONTREAL, Jan. local stock exchange was very uninterest- ing and dull during the early trading In recent big decline in this morning, Atlantic Sugar closed values was" regarded by some traders yesterday afternoon at 31% and open- having discounted for the present ed this'morning at Brompton bearish features. There was a rose point to and National all disposition also to construe Argentine.; Breweries a fraction to Spanish news as bullish on the government's: River was the weakest issue eventual enactment of an export tax morning, losing a point to 84, thl. Them Jan. Com- have been at- LEGHORN, Italy, munist leaders who tempting to carry Italian Social- ist party into the Moscow Internation- ale suffered a decisive defeat In the balloting on the question of which A resolution passed by the conven- tion this morning turned over all railway problems to a committee to be appointed by the Board of Direc- tors, asking the executive to investi- gate the reasons for the reported penalty of several cents per bushel! imposes by train buyers on produc- i ers along Canadian National lines. It was stated that alow car service waa the cause. A Medicine Hat district resolution asking for a re-classifica-! tlon of lands be made setting out the agricultural lands for settlement and the other lands suitable only for graz- i Ing to be held for commun-l Ity also pfcsed. I ,A resolution from Red Deer urging a meat chilling plant and another urging an investigation of the whole subject of elevator dockage were also passed. Minister of Education Hon. Oeorge P. Smith, minister of education, aired the difference be- tween his department and the Alberta Alliance at the morning during a general discus- slon of the educational problems The minister dealt with the question of minimum, salary ,4gmaBded by the Alliance, and the lorm.' of contract took place last evening. It wai an- favored by teachers. As to the nounced here today that the com-1 minimum salary he stated that Al- would bolt the Socialist eon- berta the only province or itate an organiiation the North American continent their own. which has adopted a minimum Oppoaed to the commqnirt faetlon I salary, the reason WM to cut out per- nf the party were two of the mlt teachers as much as possible but organiiation, one of which objected i he declared that the minimum would to adhesion to Internationale and other j not be raised with hta consent the advocating membership with llmita- top, la free as the air and any teacher ca" aspire to the top at any time. GREAT OKU TO HEARROWELL U to SpMk at Dinner of Nor York CtMmdUn NEW YORK, Jan. N. W. Rowell, former president of privy council In the Canadian government, who will be principal speaker at a dinner of the Canadian Clab to be held at the Siltmon Hotel tonight, arrived In New York morning, Mr. Rowell'i address Is anticipated 1th keen Interest by Canadian resi- dents In Now York and it Is expected hat tte attendance at tonight's ban- quet will establish a record. Interest appears to centre upon what Mr. Howell may have tu say regarding Canada's participation In the League of assembly at Geneva to which he was a delegate. Other speakers include 'B. W. Beatty, presl dent of the Canadian RaclOc Rail- way; Henry H. Taft and Rustom Rns- tomjee, former editor of the Oriental Review of Bombay, India. There Is also much Interest In Mr. Kustomjee'g address la view of tha conflicting reports published here re- cently regarding conditions In India. The Indian Nationalist organization maintains a propaganda bureau In New York similar to that conducted by the Sinn Fein organiiation and issued a great deal of matter attack- ing the British government on Its In- dian policy and alleging a serious state of dissatisfaction in that coun- try. Much nf this propaganda matter finds Its way Into print and It is ex- pected that Mr. Rustomjee'g speech tonight will give answer io this anti British rwl (MltaMl of toward Bothe recently retui tended trip to lubjtct wttl Ji tton.' ACTION OP DILMATM DiarLAYID BUINOt Jfcit. a lit retlrini ffeM the tlwM it waa ky lamina end Ar- to- eludlDf M of IMP SdHSeekBow WINMOB, OIL. JM. tkmtk O. w. T, A. wUI Mk DomlalM (mrunnt (or u a44Ukul bonoa. At the an- nual knuiek o( UMCteUon, Tttmu id to IB tf peallac for tka They W1M Mk dollar (or tick da? mnjA tor to Pruce: 7S a dtjr for tkoM who Mat to England, tad nfty cnU a day lor wko la Canada. They also wUI uk for aa extension of BoUleri' Land Act. BO that veterans oMaln with vkick to start In boiineu. A Considerate Service OUT aim Wn tl Mnie. B.I bat tatte pMt in iutiof MUHoni. and reflected in th. eonrtety, and M with which our UNION BANK OF CANADA Lethbridge Branch C. C. King, X Ranma WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF VICTOR RECORDS IN SOUTHtRK ALBERTA. WILLIS PIANO STORE "HOME OF iMT 707 Third Awe. Sotrtfc (HiD Rloek) 662 The last named faction led by Deputy Turatl, seemed to have the largest following at the congress. latest from the voting show that the communists were out-vote by more than 2 to 1. NIL1UHK In this connection he said If the people are seriously going to pre for higher "expenditure for educatlo there must be a higher revenue pr vided, and the one best way to s cure this is to exert pressure on th Dominion government for the tran ter ot the natural to tb province. He intimated that' the d partment was far from recognlztn the benefit from school lauds whic should accrue if properly handlec and declared that the province coul do a great deal better In school Ian Bales than the Dominion governmen Is doing. Improper valuation a school lands listed for sale losin many thousands of dollars to the catlonal funds of the province. Dea Ing with the contract between teach ers school over whici there has been so much controvert recently, he attacked many classe of the contract which, he declarer meant a life contract for the teache and a thirty day notice clause fo the school board. The cumulative sick pay clause wmi also attacked. A teacher is now en titled to twenty days' sick pay each rear. But the contract' desired by the Alliance provides that if the sici >ay is not necessary one year, it re mains to the credit untl needed. If in the fourth year the eacheir IE ill and has not used sick lay in previous years there would be 10 accumulation of sick pay "Four months" continued the speaker "A winter In California would be very nice every four years." He strongly londemned the black lilting of school ioards by the Teachers' Alliance, 'here hava been cases, "but I wont jermlt It to happen again." Conclud- ng, the minister statad that he wag ery anxious to have a clean cut re- ily from convention on these Im- ortant matters. A spirited, tho'jgh rather hysteria! ddress bv a lady delegate followed n which she attacked the Department f Education for failure In minor de- alls. principal was hat the scheme of Inspection was ery bad and lliat the rural girl tea- her didn't receive a square deal. Sho created a roar of laughter when she nstanced a case of a school Inspector who had spent the time when he hoiild have henn visiting one rural cliuol In horse trading. P. R. NATURAL RESOURCES ORAWING UP PROGRAM Jan. annual eeting of the advisory committee, de- triment of colonization tnd derelop- lent and natural Canadian 'aclfic Railway, Is being held here to i ay for the formulation of retrain. prweat Col. J. S. Montreal; Sir Anputus Nan- M and D. C. Coleman, Wbulptf, and 4ft. V Caliary.. "Feather Your Nest This popular stiectioe baa taken the whole eoontry byttonn. No matter where you ro you wfll hear itplayad and Positively the biggest hit in "Marjle" u quite popular aad Lewi. Jamn Oieae two Klectioni in perfect ityte on Matter'. Van" Record 81MM, tMadi, VLW "Feather Your Nest (Fox Tnt) The Waldorl-AstorU Dance Oreheatta, who are renowned for their splendidI dance music, playi wonderful aucceai witn a dash and brilliancy unponible to a orfaniiatioa. They also play Fox Trot. 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