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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TllimSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1014 TUB LETHBRIDOE DAILY 111 PAGE SEVEN LOCAL GRAIN MARKET) Today's wheat prices: NY. L N'o. lljern...... No. Northern....... No. 3 Northern...... No. 4 Northern........ No 5 Xorliiorn......, No. 1 Red........... No. Hod........... N'c. 3 hod........... No. 4 lied............ No. 5 Hod........... c; C3 CO 55 fi to US 101 Toronto, Ont., Jan. tlvo as tlio bulk-tin my road, there IB nevertheless a marked Imifrdrement In ihe toudltlcu o( Premier Wbltaey this morning. Kor the first time siiit-c IiU arrival IK mo be aLle to rec- ognise- 1'oojite in UJO room and spoke 10 Ills l-Kdy SVhiluey and Ills son, Uavntt, tailing them by name. Not cnly did he show by thu expres- sion of Ills Tace tiiat he fcnew Ms uife anil son, but fjjohe to them in a voice. Ottawa, Ont., Jan. The C. P. R.-Soo, train No. 13. kit Montreal at 10 30 last vrrccttd by Ike suindins u! a rail at'Wpstmeath, 12 miles east otrcni- brote, early this morning. One pass- crger was jured. anj about 15 in- Tie cipad passenRfr is Mrs. J. J. Sannnon, of Budbury, Ont., Mho with busbanj and child had been visiting ai Osceula the train at a few stations Iruni the occur- red and ch W escaped, lu view of the Improved condition The following injured lie now at THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Man., Jan. hi-, 'teen a duller morning on! Sir a special consultation'. Pembroke hospital, none ol ttem Hit Wiiitiipci; Brain exci.ause. The lasting nearly an hour is-as lield by j in a serious condition hardly moved until noon, i tbo three doctors, but whelhor the Ira- j Mr. and Mrs Iteuius and sii clll- provemonts means JiEt another of his 'drcn, rcsidenre r.ot known, all old time rallies or a bopoful sign tnat sbakpn up, one child bas broken arm. so; ihere was a stiffening of uheat jirii-. s and sonic show of activity. o.vls were rjuitt a simht advance, Mas: vas steady ami dull. ILCJTC Is no change in thr cash ur'.'t-n, anil export business Is quiet.' Kimj'ts were 86 cats inspected and J'Jf- cars in sight. Dululh -1C cars, and Chicago iurpool market closed unchanged to up; Paris 1J to 1{ up; Ilerlin vliudapcst If up, and Antwerp 1J :o II up. were deliveries through tl-o -learing house. V. Open Close Jp.n............................ May OOJ July 32V May 38t Ji-lj- 371 Flav- May 1.31J July CASH PRICES Wheat-- No. 1 Xor................... Xo. 2..Nor................... No. 3 Xor................... Xo. I No. 5 Xo. li Veed Winter Xo. 1 No. 2 Xu. 3 Oats- No 2 C- W................. No. :i C. V................. Ex. N'o. 1 Feed to lias a good chance yet, neither Dr. McPhedran, nor Dr. Clark would aay. Jennie Pin'ola, Itamsay, Jennie Plnola, Ramsay, Michigan, bruised and seriously shaken up. Mrs. Alex. Thompson, Grand Falls, N. fractured shoulder. Mark Valentine, residence not bruised about Vnees, shoulder G. Horabouph, Villard, Man., wounded about elbow, arm bruised. Arthur Johnston, Montreal, dislo- cation and compound fracture oi el- Chicago. Jan. 22. Miss Judith Thos. Carter, Olla Klausmer, aged 17, daughter of a uf an4 bruiscd. wealthy manufacturer of "__________________ 85, Germany, disappeared Irom the home j o, a relative here si, days aso, InCCnSCd cording lo information given the k linn JnHni' Knr iir.r'ln Henri- I 33j 361 1.33} 1.361 lice today by her uncle, Henry lilt-j ter, a ueaHhj" manufacturer of this Miss Klauslncr, according to HUter, is 17 years old, and an srlLst in the use of water colors. Sr.o lias several relatives here and left lo visit one of them. She has not teen seen by her friends since. Over Court's Decision Tnber, Jan. a result o! ihe HE WAS WANTED IN CONNEC- TION WITH MURDER OF TORONTO MAN MRS. NEWHALL OF CALGARY ADVOCATES BACK-TO-THE. MARKET-BASKET POLICY Reid Pleads Guilty to Charge v York, yo'jag maa walked Into the West Forty-seventh police tad ou at an early hour moniiug and to Lieutenant McQueeney, "I ihat ihe police arc locHlng for me in couceo- tion with the Martin murder. I have come lo give myself name la Schaefer." On 21. the sent out a general alarm all over the United Statei and Canada Jor tho apprehen- sion of two men ID conac-otloa with the murder of H. NJarlin of 75 Csrltcn Street, Toronto, Canada, who came to York August 13 to buy stock and who was fcnnj. strapgled the Eauie eight in a house at Wcat 87th Street. Sqbaefer T one of the men for whom the alarm g sent out. SYMPATHY FORM THE KING Ottawa, Ont., Jan. Bor- deri Tea-1 the following message In the house today. It was receded by the governor-general from the of state for Ihe colonies, Hon. Lewis Harcourt: 'I desire on the part of his majes- ty's government to convey to H.R.H., to the government and the people ol Canada an expression of deep sym- pithy in the loss which Ihe Domlnloa has sustained by tha death of Lord Strathcona, high com mi Ion or for Canada, in London, for the past 17 years, the sympathy of his many friends In the empire. His name hae been for many years a household word among embodying to all the No. 3 Xo. 1 Vced Xo. 1 VY. C........... Xo. 2 C. MIN'N'EAPOUS Wrioat- May.......................... S7f