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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. JANUARY 25, 1021 T HERALD. FACTS" MARKET REPORTS HAY PBICM (Furnished by Farm Products, Ltd Lethbrldge) WHEAT No. 1 Timothy, May No. 3 Si.W July...... No. 1 Alfalfa, XDd MM No. 1 Alfalfa, lat cutting May No, S Alfalfa juiy...... Mo. 1 Alfalfa Meal 3S.CO Br FV No. 1 Blu. Joint, irrigated No. a Blue Joint, Irrigated Car iota, Lo.b. Coaidile or Lethbrlage. LETHBRIDQE GRAIN PRICES Prices paid today for (rain in Leth- bridle, wafon load iota follow: Wheat Flax 1.65 Oats..................... .33 Barley....................52 Bye..................... 1.K to 8 l-2c_lower and rye 1 i-2c lowar. Quotations Open. Winnipeg Grain Markets WINNIPEG, Jan. sharp set- back occurred on the local wheat market today, which at one time showed prices registering a break ol over five cents from the opening. The local trade, influenced by American markets was bearish arid was press- Ing sales. The close- was 4 1-Sc _ M_ The cash wheat demand continued strong and the light offerings were ,-.254 Close. 182% 175 50% 203 202 i 193 19S 167 May July May Cash Prices WHEAT- NO. 1 No. 2 Nor...186% No. 3 Nor...181% No. '1 NU1-...17BH No. 5 Nor...161% No. li Nor...146% Feed .........................136% Track, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta .................188% OATS- NO, 'i C.W... 47% No. 5 C.W... 43% Extra No. 1 feed 43% No. 1 41% No. 2 Peed.. 08% Track No. 3 C.W... 84 No. 4 70 Feed.......................69 easily absorbed at premiums frac- No. 1 N. W. C tionally higher for in store positions, i 2 c W 184 lie over and So over being bid for i bondomned Zv'os. 1 and 2 northern ou track. East- Track ern Canadian millers are the buyon Au easier tendency was evident on the coarse grain market today, with tho trade extremely light and entire- ly looal. Oats 1 1-8 to 2c lower; bar- ley 2 7-8 to 4 l-2o lower; flax 5 3-4 1SS No. 3 C.W... ICO 155 188 No. 3 C. W. ...................165 Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Jan. sell- ing had a bearish effect today on the wheat market. Talk was current that 5 the British Royal Commission would be out of the market until March 4. Hope that buying orders from other countries would be placed today tend- ed, however, to check declines. Open- ing prices varied from 1-2 to 1-4-2C lower with March 170 to 170 1-4 and May 160 to 160 1-2, and were follow- ed by a moderate setback then some- thing of a rally. Oats were easier, as result of weak- Why Endure? weakening misery of piles in that operatiun is the only curt. Benefit from the experience of Mrs. C- Hanson, Commercial Hotel, B.C. Get this wonderful herbal Zam-Buk to-day I "For years I was a victim to bleeding piles." she writes, tha burning, siiarting piu'n was so intense times tnat I could hardly walk. As ordinary remedies -seemed utterly ineffective I underwent operaljon Spokane. Within i2 months PILES grew again as painful as ever. Liniments, hot poulticing and so-called 'pile Cikl no good, but I yol wonderful .relief from Zam-BuV. As J kept en the treat- rnent the piles began 'to disappear and I fslt a happier.Oiiferent woman. I nszd six txixes of thi.-- soothing in all, whsfi. I und the obstinate anu painful diffuse quite gone. I haven't had piitis nQ'.v for three years." When There's The HealthyUfe fe the only one that counts. Good health is the foundation of suc- cess. Most everyone needs a little medicine from time to time. To correct digestive dis- order use Beecham's Pills. Sweeten the stomach, stimulate the liver, regu- late the bowels, help the kidneys End thus aid the entire sy s tern to health and harmony by taking In toxct, 2Sc., 50e. b Ik WoriA due to the light receipts with prices regaining about steady and unchang- ed with yesterday's close. Choice heavy butcher steers Quoted to }8 with medium to good to common J5; choice butcher cows and heifers to {6.50; good butchers 15.50 to ?6.50; common to Hogs, receipts 15; selects oS ars. Sheep, receipts nil. Good to choice lambs yearlings ?7.50 to ewes to Calgary Livestock CALGARY, Jan. light re- ceipts the' cattle market was active today only medium to good steers were offered. Receipts: no calves or hogs and Cattle 176; 192 sheep. Steers, medium to good to common to cows topped at ness of other grains. Opening un- medium to good to changed to l-4o higher, with 5450 to j550. twenty-one 44 5-8 to 44 3-4, tho -market soon choice feeders averaging pounds turned downgrade. CLOSE FUTURES 167; May 157. 68 1-8; July 69 1-4. 43 7-8; July 43 7-8. CASH CLOSE 1 red 191; No. 1 hard 175 1-3. s mixed 62 to 62 1-4; No. 2 yellow 68. 2 white 43 1-2 to 43 3-4; No. 3 white 40 3-4 to 41 1-2. .Winnipeg Livestock "WINNIPEG, Jan. arc- still light, con- n each factory two or more men to share in the management, these men :o be eligible to re-election each three 'ears. Article five provides that the com- mission could have the to se- cure information regarding tho cost of materials and how they are re- ami ninety-two choicr she'ep the cost of production, sold for ?S.15, balance of feeders, med- ium to good to common cu to good calves one'hundred Mas BIG To Help Workers Is Bitterly Fought .Would Give Workers Share in Management of Industrial Plants HOMK, Jail. and radical elements in Italy have virt- ually joined forces iu combatting the bill prepared for parliament by Prem- ier Ololittl, which would give work- ers a share in the management of industrial plants. State industries concerns which have- been doing busi- ness less than four years and fac- tories employing less than sixty workers would bo eiernpt from provisions of tho measure which would appear to place in the hands of working men general super- vision over industrial operations in this country. An explanation of the objects o! the bill is included iu article one, It stated that the legislation is designed "to secure participation iu industrial affairs by workers, make it possible for workers to know the con- ditions prevalent in industry and bring about an Improvement in technical in- itruction and in tha moral and econ- omic condition of workers." j It is asserted the bill would seek to "improve and make lor more economical methods of production and render the relations between work- era and employers more peaceful." Article two stipulates the indus- tries coming within the terms of the among them being textile, chem- ical and electric plants, metallurgic. :and and water transport, real estate, mines and hotels. Article three provides that a na- :ional commission would be ejected, this commission to be composed ofj nine members, six elected by 'work- and three by e.isiimers and clerks. This commission would bold office for three years. To Share In Management The commission under article four would be given authority to appoint ffnt Mothers! Keep Syrup Pepsin Handy An abiolttta household necessity, a wonderful emergency remedy for constipation. Someone may need it any minute! ALL in the funilylook to the mother for guidance and tho multitude of little disorders that arise utmost daily. Chief of the minor ailments tbow that precede or follow constipation. The experienced mother will tell thin one to ex- more and that one to cut down on certain binding foods, but wheo theae, cautions fail she hail to advise medicine. Modern people are getting away from the notion that simple consti- pation, a headache, biliousness, colds, feverishness, indigestion, require a drastic, weakening drug. They take a teaspoonful or less of Dr. Laxative Syrup Papsin, which is but a com- bination of simple laxative herbi with pepsin. The full formula is on every package. It is a mild, gentle remedy that does not gripe or weaken. The taste is syrupy and pleasant, end as it U free from narcotics and mercurials, mothers have for thirty years past felt safe in giving it to infants. A eixty-cent bottle will last a family months, and it is guaran- teed to produce the resulttt claimed or your money will be refunded. You will find nothing batter for disorders of tho stomach, liver sad bowels than this same Dr. Caldwell's Laxative Syrup Pepsin. Every of the family can use it with safety and feel sure of results. Many thousands of fam- ilies are never without a bottle in the house, und lastyearovcr eight million bottles were sold in drug stores, the largest sale of ita kind in the world. These believers in Dr.CaldwelFs Laxative Syrup Pepsin no longer take calomel or castor oil, Rait waters, physics or purgatives even if made into a sugar-coated pill, for they have learned that they can get better, safer and more agreeable results with Dr. Caldwell'sLaxative Syrup Pepsin. If you will once bring a sixty-cent bottle into your home and take a teaspoonful the next time you feel constipated you will never thereafter be without it Try It FREE Tntre are heads of families who will wsitf to prove to their mm satisfaction that mj Laxative Syrup Pepsin is as effective In constibationt ax mild end gentle in action, as pleasant-tasting and jafs ca I claim. Lei such write me for a free samfk. It will te sent postpaid. Simply say "Dr. W. B. CaWueU, 19 Front Strut, Send a free trial bottle of your Dr. CaUwdl's Laxative Sjrup Pepsin and giitf jour name and address. 1 uifl see that the rest is attended to promptly. Mr. Noble Says Day For Big farm Gone Big Population of Small Scale Farmers Best For the Country ing 122 pounds made bogs Quot- ed at off cars for selects. Torontp Livestock TORONTO, Jan. (Dominion Cattle, receipts 1478. Trade alow; butcher steers, choice to Calves, receipts 89. Tops steady at Sheep, receipts 539. Lambs steady at to Also for ulcers, poisoned wounds cold- alsting ot only 180 cattle, So hogs] Hogs, receipts 22S5. and 70. sheep. The trading on tha rising, outsiders paying cattle market was quiet today, bulk and of sales being completed' at steady. prices. Killing steers, fair to good 56 to female butchers, fair to good choice to best feeder steers to Up till noon uo sales hud taken place on the sheep and lamb market. Hogs were firm at for selects. Chicago Livestock Prices still 510 for fed Montreal Livestock MONTREAL, (Dominion There wero. 33 loads of cattle on the two markets to- day. Trading slow. Butcher steers, choice 510.25 to Not mauy choice veal calves were CHICAGO, Jan. receipts! at J12. offered. Bulk of sales ?12.50 to SI. Lambs of good average quality sold It.ffiO; beef Mters active, mostly 1 to 25c-higher, early top stack- ers and feeders 15 to 25c higher; bulk J6.50 to Hogs receipts lights ac- tive, 15 to 25c higher; others slow 3d' to 15c higher than yesterday's aver- age; pigs 10 to 15c higher. Hog market firm. Selects ?17-.50. Toronto Stocks TORONTO, Jan. de- veloped on the Toronto stock ex- change and with the exception of Can- ada. Steamships the entire list show- ed recessions from recent high levels. The prospect of an official announce- classes about steady; Iamb tops bulk to few feeding Iambs up to looks steady. Edmonton Livestock EDMONTON, Jan. receipts two head; calves nil. Market dull and draggy BANKING BY MAIL HIS Majesty's Mail will carry your deposit safely to the Bank or your money back to you with the minimum of delay- just as if you came to the Bank, and you have no trouble. Special departments, to deal with savings accounts coming from districts with- out a local bank, have been established at the branches mentioned below. Efficient service guaranteed. ]5S Write for our booklet "Banking by MCRCHANTS BANK IHud Office: Montreal, OF CANADA. EsUbli.hed 1864 Officti tifecially tqiripptj la hmMs taitltaig tccamti iy EDMONTON BRANCH, FRANK PIKE, CALGARY BRANCH, R W. NESBmF. LETHgRlDCE BRANCH, J. R. J. DINNING, Shcep, _ killing.jmeiit regarding ttiS "merger" stocks Qaiiutja steamships up .1 1-4 and Dominion Steel corporation a small fraction. Riordon was the really bright spot in the market, advancing five points.from 131) 7-8 and closing at noon at the high mark. Victory loans were slightly weaker. Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Jan. little trading' took place on tne local stock exchange during the first half hou this morning. Abitibi and Atlantii Sugar were, unchanged at 56 ant 331-2 respectively. Brazilian was al so unchanged at 33 1-2 as was Laur entide at 94. The only issue to change was Hlordon which openei 1 14 lower at 137 1-2. A sensational rise in Hiordon was the feature en the local stock ex change during this morning's session This issue closed at 139 last night ant finished the morning by rising to UNPREPAREDNESS A bank account is an assistant in character building. It establishes the confidence, independence and pride which increases effort and paves the way to success. Open an account to-day and be prepared. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND lETHBMDGK BRANCH-K. W.' MMiiger. methods' of administration and pro- duction and other details of the work of a plant, irt atldition to all matters affecting capital and profits. Secret processes owned by employers, how- ever, would not bo placed in tho hands of the commission. Other articles of the bill would pro- vide that employers would be repre- sented on the commission, but would have no vote. The employers also would elect a body of nine members each three years for the purpose of carryiDK on dealings with tha work- ingraeu's commission and provision Is made that workmen would be repre- sented in the employers' commission, blit would not have voting power. Both commissions would meet at least once a year to consider improvements. Au employment bureau would be con- stituted by the employers. ,and their men, political or syndicalist coaaid- WINNIPEG, Jan. 24. "Scientific farming ou a small scale would bring bigger profits to the western farmer and quicker development for tho C. S. Noble, of Nobleford, Alia., largest individual farmer in the bushels; oats barley 814; flax rye bushels; oats barley flax S90; rye bushels; oats barley flax rye CANUCK CURLERS WIN AGAIN MANCHESTER, Jan. Associated Canadian curling team defeated Lancashire county hare today by 93 shots to 63. MAY QUARANTINE HULL MONTREAL, Jan. action of the city of Hull In throwing out the schema for compulsory vaccina- tion, together with the fact that Ot- tawa has no movo In what the provincial government ot Quebec considers a most serious and press- ing matter has caused the superior board of health to be summoned for a special emergency meeting today to consider the imposition of a quar- on both municipalities to pre- vent the spread of smallpox. west, declared in an interview, here. "Farmers In the west have cultivat- ed large areas simply because land was cheap. But we must get away from the idea of so many acres and turn our attention to the number of bushels per acre to get the best re- he said. "Under present labor conditions the man who intensively cultivates a half section will make greater gains than the large scale farmer. A big population of small scale farmers, who are personally in- terested in thi? land, will .bring pros- perity to the prairies." Mr. Noble has 33.000 acres under cultivation and has been a successful large scale farmer from the start. "It lakes many years to develop a large farm to a profit basis oper- lie said. "We now use gov- ernment-tested seed and get big re- sults, but. it is expensive." CAMPAIGN CO-OPERATIVE LIVESTOCK SHIPPING SASKATOON, Sask., Jan. campaign for the development ot co- operativo livestock shipping in the province will open shortly. It is plan- reduce staffs, working hours would first be cut down to thirty-sis a week, and men with families would be given preferential treatment. The commission's expenses would be shared equally by employers and PALMER HEARING PROCEEDS Wall St. Stocks NEW YORK, Jan. tijns were the outstanding features of the Opening, today. That group gain- ed, from 1-2 to 1 1-2 points on Gover- nor Miller's proposal to unify the city's transit systems on an adequate tare basia. Changes elsewhere in the list were unimportant, including mod- erate gains in severaPof the invest- ment rails, shippings and motors. Oils repeated their recent uncertain tho Mexican division harden- ing while Royal Dutch and Houston were reactionary. Early quotations pointed to another active day in for- eign exchange, the London dejnand rate rising to 1-4, a high record for last six months. The speculative shares made fur- :her improvement during the morn- ng. Advances of 1 to 3 points in Bethlehem, Crucible, Lackswanna, Republic and Vanadium steels were effected at the expense of the shorts but 'the movement in United States Steel was extremely narrow. Dears were also forced to cover in Baldwin Loco, American International, Atlan- tic Petroleum, Interna- tional Paper and General Asphalt, which gained 1 to 2 1-2 points. The local utilities failed to extend their early advance and shares, notably Wells Fargo, were heavy. Rails, including coalers, were dull and Inclined to ease. Call money was unchanged at 7 per cent. Wall Street p.m. -Further ..cuts ill the raw product furnished the basis of another drive against oil-