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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 1921 ITTE TJJTHWimnK HATLY HERAIJ? PAGE MARKET REPORTS HAY (Furulshed hy Farm Products, Ltd., ixithbridxo) No. 1 Timothy, irrleated No. 2 Timothy No. 1 Alfalfa, 2nd cutting No. AJfulfu. 1st cutting No. 2 Alfalfa No. 1 Meal No. 1 Uluq. Joint, irrigated No. 2 Blue Joint, Irrigated 78 'July KLAX 26.00 May 19.0D 18.00. May 3S.OO 24.00 23.00 Car !ots, 'f.o.b. Coildalu or Lethbridgc. LBTHBRIDGE GRAIN PRICES Prices paid today for grain In LetU- wagon load lota follow: EJtx 1.65 Oats......................33 Barley ....................52 Rye..................... 125 Winnipeg Grain Market WINNIPEG, Jan. heavy declines occurred on the local wheat market today, and a total decline of cents has been registered during 'the past 13 days. Today prices drop- ped about five cents with the locul isa Cain Prico 77 U 193 163 WHEAT- NO. 1 Nor...l85H No. 2 Nor...182% No. Nor...177% No. 4 Nor...171 No. 5 ......157 No. 0 Feed ........................132 Track, Manitoba, Saskatchewan mid OATS- NO. 2 C.W... No. 3 C.W... 43% No. 1 feed No. 1 feed.. 41% No. 2 feed.. 38% Track .......................47% No. 3 C.W... S3M, 'No. 4 C.W... 69M, ...............58% FLAX- NO, i N. w. c..................183% No. 2 C.W...179% No. 3 C.W...175% Condemned...... Track RYE- NO. 2 C. W...... ......150 y, .161 traders very bearish. Big interests were the principal sellers on a mar- ket that had little or no buying sup- port. The cash wheat demand is excellent Chicago Grain at substantial premiums over CHICAGO, Jan. Wheat uiider- wifh the daily offering exceptionally 1 went a material setback in price to- light. Premiums today were unchang- day owing largely to assertions that to l-2c better for in-store no export tax was probable in Argen- with track position inclined to be a 1 tina for some time .and that much little easier. I grain could be exported without the Coarse grains continue to show sym- tax. Doubt as to whether there had pathy with wheat were" again easier been any export to France yes- today. Closing prices: terday counted also as a bearish, fac- Whent, 4 5-8 to 3 7-Sc lower; oats I tor. In addition, reports concerning 3-8 to 3-4c lower; barley unchanged to! tho domestic, winter wheat crop were lower; flax 4 1-2 to 5c lower, and almost entirely favorable. Opening rye 4c lower. Quotations: May........ July........ Jlay July........ Open. 182 172% 60% 51% Close. 178 prices which ranged 1-2 to 1 l-2c lower with March 165 3-4 to 166 1-2 and May 156 1-4 to 166 S-4 were fol- lowed by moderate further declines. Oats were depressed by the big stocks in sight, starting at 1-8 to 1-4 to l-2c decline, May 43 5-8 to 43 3-4, market continued to descend. After Every Meal WMGLEYS "Sealed Tight L Kept Right HELPLESS WITH Until HBTeok'fniit-a-tiYBS" The Fruit Madicina R. It. No. 1. LOME, On. "For three years, I wu wmfiaftd to bv'd with Rheumatism, I treated with doctors, and tried nearly vilbout benefit. Finally, I tried Beforl I hail used half s tax I saw improvtmml; the pain wai easier and the spelling started to go Uonn I continued taking this fruit me- dicine, improving all the time, and now I on walk about two miles and do light about tlio ALEXAKDEIt MDNRO. BOc. box, 6 for trial siio SSo. At all dealers or aent postpaid by Fruit-a-tivea Limited. Oliawa. WRIGLEY'S has steadily kept to the pre-war price. And to the same high stand- ard of quality. No other floody lasts so Ions-costs so little or does so much for you. Handy to "carry-beneficial In effect-full of flavor-a solace and comfort for vounfl and old. THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA hat for rontstl at moderate SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES for the protection from fire or burglary" of valuable or private VICTORY BONDS, Lsthbrldga E. Maefcay, Manager. Brancboff also at Magrath, Ca.rdston, and Taber, CLOSE FUTURES 103 1-4; May 153 1-2. 67 1-4; July C8 3-8. 3-4; July 42 3-4. CLOSE CASH Wheat No. 1 hard 171 to 171 3-4; No. 3 hard 168. 3 mixed 60 3-4; No. 2 yel- low 65 1-2. 2 white 41 to 41 1-3; No. 3 white 38 1-2 to 40 1-2. Edmonton Livestock EDMONTON, Jan. receipts 302; calves 56. Market active; good quality stuff offered freely. Choice butcher steers to medium 56.50 to com- mon choice butcher cows and heif- ers JO to JG.50; good butchers to common to choice, heavy short keep feeders to ?7; medium tokgood light kind to Choicrveal calves to Hogs, receipts 117. Market firmer. Selects off cars. Sheep, receipts 2. Choice lambs to S10; yearlings' to 58.50 and ewes to Calgary Livestock CALGARY, Jan. cattle market was active today, but on ac- count of larger offerings of choice steers prices were slightly lower. Re- ceipts, cattle 979; calves 17; hogs 201; sheep 95; choice steers to medium to good to ?S; common to heifers J7 to ?7.35; medium to good to cowji topped at medium to good to common ?5 to stockers and feeders topped at medium to'good to No sheep were sold but a number of hogs sold at for selects off car weights. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Jan. 215 cattle, COO hogs and, 80 sheep. Trading was gen- erally slow this morning on the cattle market, although handyweiglu killing steers and real good female butchers appeared to be a shade more active, other grades were draggy at steady prices with light receipts tliti quality on the sheep and lamb market was poor, common lambs ranging from to with a le.w good quality selling at Hogs flrra at for selects. Montreal Livestock MONTREAL, Jan. I receijis 322. Mar- ket slow. Butcher heifers, common to Sheep, receipts 167. Lambs of only fairly good quality sold for The first of the 1921 crop of lambs ap- peared today and were sold for Hogs, receipts 874. Market firm at Toronto Livestock TORONTO, Jan. receipts 2142. Pro- spects are for a drop of 50c or more. Butcher steers, choice to Calves, receipts 190. Calves are hold- ing firm at 17o for tops. Sheep, receipts 059. Lambs are sell- ing steady at to Hogs, receipts 2241. Prices lower and with heavy receipts. These low- er prices will likely prevail. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO, Jan. receipts beef and bntcher cattle steady to strong; bulk steers to fat cows and heifers mostly to bulls strong to 15c higher; veal calves largely 50c higher. Hogs, receipts lights most- ly lOc lower; others about steady; top pigs 10 to 15c lower; bulk desirable pigs to Sheep, receipts handyweight killing classes strong to higher; lamb top early Montreal Stocks MONTRT3AL, Jan. of interest occurred on the local .stock exchange during the early.trading this morning. Riordon whose sensational rise was the feature of yesterday's trading, opened (his .morning at 150, one and a half points above last night's close, and then- immediately rose four more points to 154. It closed for the morn- ing session at 153. Toronto TORONTO, Jan. advancing five points to 153 in trading on the To- ronto stock exchange this morning Riordon has. registered a gain of 12 1-8 points during the last three ses- sions, and with Canada Steamships, featured a market tfiat was excep- tionally dull otherwise. There was heavy trading in Victory loans which' maintained highest prices. Canada Steamships was dealt in to the extent of 260 shares moving 1 14 to 49. C.P.R. reflected improv- ed sentiment in New York, recovering 1-2 to 3 1-2. Wall Street Stocks NEW YORK, .Ian. shares were mainly higher at the opening of today's stock market, with General Asphalt conynon as the most prominent feature, gaining 2 1-4 points in the first few transactions, with tjie preferred advancing 2 1-2. Most of the oils worn strong, as were also chemicals, International Paper and'cottiers. United Btatcs Stnel mada tiY the Protests Against Easier Divorce Social Service Council Abo Op- to Legalizing Marriage. Dectased'8 Brother LONDON, Oiit., Jan. major- ity at the delegates to the Racial Ser- vice Council of Canada, now meeting are strongly opposed to resula- tioiiB looking to the establishment of method! of easier divorce iu any of the provinces. Rev. Ptever of London, favored eo-oneratlon in the matter with the Roman Catholit; church. A resolution of protest, which' also affirmed that there should be only one ground for divorce, was car- ried today, only seven voting against it. I The council also endorsed the geslion of Mrp. Laing of the Toronto I local council of women for the rais-1 ing of the age of marriage from 12 years in Quebec antl 14 years in On- j tario to 21 years and that the con-1 sent of both parents be necessary. A rssolntion from Alberta propos-1 ing the of marriages with a deceased husband's brother was re- ceived with strong opposition on the part of the Anglican delegates. The matter was referred back for further report next year. A Stubborn Cough Right Up fa f Ue. Ksuily bly bull. An GxcullAtifc la provided, incltuliiiK moving of u very high order. A nroiiUble Hig la promised and wo ure quite will bo diuftsS) pointed. Mr. A. Mitchell attended the I', P. A. Convention iu Edmonton lnnt week UK delegate trom tho local. BcginuiriK on January Hist, great j religious rally is tabs held under tho! auspices of tho United Church. All community is invited 10 co-operate. Uev. H. II. Whilna.dG find his ginger, Fmnlt will lead the rally and continue evury night for two weeks. There will be no vulsar isms, but a bright, earnest, sympathet- A home-made which mil- lioiiH of iHHJple huvo foutid to bo tho most (leoendiiblfl mtiins of breaking up stubborn coughs. It in cheap ami simpli-, but very prunipt in action. Umlur its healing, southing influence, chest son-- mess Koes, broathinjj be- 10IIIB( uul rt Pollution of tho ileeiei noed of usual throat and chest colds are the community. Mr. Whiteaide hns hnrt nufretl by it in 24 hours or less. Nothing Ions experience ill the .west, and is better for bronchitis, lioiiraeness, croup, gifted both in speech, sons and mus- throat tidclo. bronchial Htfthmi. or win- jic. Mr. Gledhill is a contra-basso oper- ter coucl.9. j singcr of tho very best tyjie. Kf- pour ounces of into i Tfi o5' forts wil1 bo to tlie iu' bottle and fill' the bottle vitli plniii iorcat co-operation of all local i.'raimlated suprnr eyruii and shake tlior- organizations so that the visit of these Political Action In Saskatchewan Big Farmer Issue REGINA, Jan. a meet- ing of the executive of the Sas- katchewan Grain Growers' associa- tion held here today, it was decid- ed to set aside an entire half day for the discussion of what action, if any, would be taken in the pro- vincial political arena when the annual convention convenes short- ly in Moose Jaw. oujrhly. If you 'prefer, use v......... molasses, honey, or corn syrup, instead of sugar syrup. Eithor way, you cot 1G family much twttt-r couch syrup than you could buy ready-made for Keeps perfectly nnd_ childjfm lovo its pU'itsTint taste. j'" Pinex is-ft enccial-atid highly conccn- i. trated compound of jjcmiinfi' Norway pine extract, known tho world over for itg prompt healing effect upon the mem- branes. j To avoid disappointment ask your i dnigjnst ior "2ya ounces of Pincx" with full directions, and don't accept any- thins? else. Guaranteed to give absolute j satisfaction or money promptly re- j funded, The Pines Co- Toronto, Out. men may be an inspiration toward permanent community betterment. Little Ella Bai-low is still in the A second operation has been L rrcmiure Tuxis 'Square is srcat interest in the coming; ik'ctions the Tuxis boys Council on Saturday, at the Y. M, C. A. MANITOBA 'PHONES LOSE HEAVILY; WILL AS IIG INCREASE COALDALE CHURCH ARRANGES FOR A WINNIPEG, Jan. the year of a loss of was BUS- tainad by the Manitoba sovernment teleph'onc commission in operating tho i t> A T T v I According to li. E. Urock- j KELJGIOUS RALLY well, acting .telephone commissioner. _____L.____; j This is the most serious loss since (From Our Own .Correspondent) I tho government took over tho tele- J. Wells, 'phones of tho province, from Washington, has been spending The loss, it is claimed is due to a few days around Coaldale, looking j the change of the service' from man- after his interests in this district. j uel to the automatic system. Mr. J. L. Surunim's niece, Miss ln ordcr to the tele. Lake, has been on a short visit here. llollo tem ou a ,n Wie Miss Harris, from Letnbridge. was I governmpllt will agk utili. statement issued after the close of yesterday's session. Exceptional strength was shown by foreign ei- change, the early rate for demand bills on London rising to 1-3. This establishes a new record for over six months. The market made further upward pfogress during the morning, subject to realizing sales which were most effective in the steels. Asphalt shares continued to lead, the com- mon rising-almost five points and the preferred 4. Petroleum gained I 3-4 and others of that division 1 to 3 points. Motors, equipments, sugars, leathers and tobaccos comprised the strong specialties. South Porto Rico Sugar "gained 9 points and Liggett and Myers 7 points. Exchange made further improvement, tITe Lon- don-rate amounting to 3-8. Call money was firm at 7 per cent, on fur- ther prospective federal withdrawals. Further extensive purchases of re- mittances to London, Paris and other European points imparted additional strength to the loreiga exchange mar- ket today. Canadian dollars rose to 89 during the morning session. The market reacted later when Crucible fell almost five points under Its best of the morning and asphalt, Baldwin Loco and Mexican Petroleum lost 1 to 3 points. The closing was irregular. New York Stocks NEW YOHK, Jan. sales --C. P. R. 115 %S; U. S. steel 82 1-8; IT. S. steel 111. N.Y. Funds NEW YORK, Jan. ex- change strong. Demand 3-S; cables S3 1-S. Canadian dollars II 1-8 per cent, discount. Bar Silver NEW YORK, Jan. silves, domestic 99 1-2; foreign 66 7-S. Paris Bourse PARIS, Jan. was quiet on the Bourse today. Three pel- cent, rentes 59 francs lb centimes. Exchange on London 53 francs 60 centimes. The United States dollar was quoted at 14 franca 12 centimes. WOMAN SO ILL COULD NOTWALK Lydia E. Vegetable Compound Restored Her to Health Perth Ambojr, thren m I suffered with a seven female trouble, WM ner- vous, had backache and a pain in my aide moat of the time. I had dizzy ipells and wan often to faint I could across the floor. The doc- tor saidlwonldhava to have an operation. I read about Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vege- table Compound in my newspaper, and tried It Now I am better, feel strong, have no pains, backache or dizzy spells. Every one telb me how well I look, anj I tell them to use Lydia E. Finkham'i Vegetable Compound that is what makes me feel well and look well. I recommended it to my sister and aha using it now. You can une this letter if you vish, for it is certainly a grand remedy for- a woman's ilia." Mrs. MABTHA SriKisLAWSKi, fB4 Ptnn st, Perth Amboy, N.J. For forty years E. Piakham'i Vegetable Compound has been oven-rim- ing such serious condition) displace- ments, inflammation, uleermtioa, ularitiM, periodic pains, btekMlu, dii. linen, and prostration of women, and is now considered eUa- fof .such a week end visitor witli Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Heighes. Mrs. R. Greer is being visited by her parents and two brothers for a short time. A very enjoyable evening was spent at the schoolhquge last Friday even- ing, when Mr. Higinbotham, of -Leth- bridge, gava hia lecture on Palestine. The slides were fine and clear, and the information exceedingly interesting, a's the lecturer spoke from his own ience of a trip to the Holy Land. Great interest was awakened by tlio various curios from that land which were ex- hibited. These included the head-dress of both Eastern men and wo- men, a model plow, a Bedouin sword, native embroidery, and jiative clay lamps. A very fine solo was rendered by Itcrtnsey, and a choice instrumen- tal piece by Pederson Bros. After the programme refreshments were served in the domestic science room. The at- tendance was very good and the pro- ceeds of over went to the W.M.S. On Friday evening, January 29th, there will be a Pie Social under the joint auspices of the Tuxis Square, and Pathfinder Class in the school aasem- ties commission to permit an increase from 10 to 15 per cent, iu rates charged. TOftONTO SCHOOL BOARD WILL CUT TO T6RONTO, Jan. a scent con foreuce which lasted into hours of this morulnc toe board o educatiou last night practically on "cut to the bone" policy in regarl to Its anil ImlMlnj-s profrtm 1921. KAISER BRONCHITIS IN EXILE Thousands Liberated What I you sot heard joy- ful tiditigsf Bronchitlj hu right oat of liberated from the bonilago oil thil disease. Every trftca ot trouble t( blown by tho world's aioit Buckley's BrcoeM- tis Mixture. No wonder rejoicingl No longer do tluy dread the effects of ooldt, uthma, and w auxioui are they thai others should benefit of letters have been written proclaim- ing the merits of thii wondarfvl neuloui remedy. Here if one To Whom it may Concern: "Thil u to certify that I had ban fnfferinff for over three woekj iritk broachltU and was advised to try Buckley Bronchitis Mixture. I purehawd bottle and after the third dose I rv ceired relief, and before the was finished, I was perfectly well. In nutting the above assertion I hare no hesitation in Buying it is the belt remedy I ever came in contact with for heavy colds and Mrs. M. Harding, Dust- less Brush Co., Toronto. Ta'e original of this testimonial may be seen at W. K. Buckley, Limited, 142 Mutual St., Toronto. Thii mixture, in thousands of Canadian households, will givo you sure relief. It cannot fail. Seventy-five cents is the that stands between you and the road to health. Take no on the bottle -with the "Satisfaction guaranteed, or money refunded." Ask your druggist. 19 SOLD IN LETHBRIDGE BY THE STOKES DRUQ CO. DOES MORE, THAN STOP THE COUGH ?ytfh Cod Liver Oil Compourid foes right to the Mat of the to the irritated throat and inflamed bronchial It soothes and heals the air patvages (he phlegm; itops the tickling in the throat; and, almoit before you realize it, you are rid of the cough for good. NADRUCO SYRUP OF TAR with COD OVER OIL COMPOUND is pleasant to the is agree- able to the and is particularly suited to the use ot children. Gtl a botttU today. Sold by me. I Frepsrtd ky National Drat and Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited "Wonc[ er PLAYER'S NAVY CUT ;