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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. MARCH 1. THE LBTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALfi PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS HAV PRICES (Furnished by Farm Products, IM., Xo. I 3ml cullina No. 1 Alfalfa. 1st cutting 19.00 Alfalfa. ...........16.00 to 18.00 i. Mixed timothy and alfalfa 81.001 mixed ...........20.00 to L'2.00 I No. I llluojoiilt, I'S.OO lo 26.00 No. 1 Timothy, irrigated ?26 to Wheat Straw (3 wires) 10.00 straw .............10.00 lo 12.00 lots, f.o'.b. Coaldalo or l.pthbrtdge. I.ETHBRIDGiS GRAIN PRICES paid today for grain In Lett lualpe. wagun ioa.d lots lullow: Wheat Hurley Winnipeg Grain Pi-ices July 45; July Clone, Cash: 2 rtd, 176Vi; No. 2 hard, 171. 3 mixed, to (1314; X'u. S yellow, CS. 2 white, to No. white. -13 to 14. doling Sales NKW YORK, Mar. l-'-Closing sales: 114. ex-dividend; U. K. Steel, SUi; S. Steel preferred. Edmonton Livestock EDMONTON, -March I Dominion receipts calves S- about 200 head of stod; caltle hold orer. Market qulel. Choice butcher steers to good ?6 to choice feeders 55.50 lo common. to choice butcher cows and tf ever, u Jeeliug of uncertainty in the Hogs, recocts nil. belects, off trailo and u disposition to await de- vrtopmenl.fi. The close was to %c higher. With a lack of export demand and Sheep, receipts 93; no sales; lamhs to (10.50; yearlings to ewes to Montreal Livestock MONTREAL. Mar. are approximately twenty loads of mixed stock on the market today. Owing to the diffl- uliRlitly lilnhor yiwlursluy. Shoriu sold freely (luring Ihe hioru- when cablo indlcutml that Her- inuiy'a proiionalB were Oils, ehlpplogs. steoli and food and chcmtol were weakest, Undue .1 to 2 1-2 polntii. Fairly heavy sell- Ing of rails forced the coalers down 1 lo t points. money opened at tho uiual' rate of seven per cunt. v Toronto Livestock TOHONTO, March (Dominion receipts 808. Cholco baby btief and good killers were sell- ing well at prices steady with yes- terduy. Passing of the Kennccott copper and j Columbia Gramophone dividends, were among adfffrse incidents of the mld- lieasion. The'metal group eased mod- erately but Coh'mbia Gramophone pre- ferred fell 3 1-2 noluls. Further Ilii- nidation extended the loss In General Asphalt to 3 1-1 points. Crucible's advance of 3 points caused a brief rally lati-r, hut this was cancelled when asphalt (oil under its previous low. and standard rails he- came unsettled. The close was heavy. Only 33 Identified Among Victims Of Porter Wreck Coroner Ordered to Hold In- Missing, Sav Relatives offerings somewhat larger, cash prem- iums broke from 'j to Ic. The coarse grain situation is un- changed with prices working higher In sympathy with wheat. Oats closed ._....... i to higher: barley Ic higher; I cully Bstwoen the labor butcher and flax So'higher and rye 'tic higher. the packing plants over tho renewal Calgary Livestock of contracts, there are no plants oper- J1 .Mar. was 1 ating and the market is at a standstill. piTu'ticallv no market at the stock- Winnipeg Livestock 1 -i WINNIPEG, March 110 cattle. 75 hogs and 11 sheep. Bidding on the cattle market was generally firm with the, close of yesterday and trading -was practically ower by noon, the majority of tho limited offerings being absorbed hy local packers. Killing staers form- ed the bulk of sales and those of fair to good quality were weighed up from J6.75 to J7-75. The sheep and Iamb market -was quiet. Good lambs were disposed of at The hog market held steady at for selects. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO, March undertone weak; early top beef steers H0.40; bulk to calves steady, bulk vealers Hogs, receipts 25 to 35c high- er; pigs 25 to 40c higher. Sheep, receipts killing classes about steady, tending to weak. Toronto Stocks TORONTO, March and losses were about evenly at the. end of this morning's semior. on the stock exchange, with paper stocks showing especial weakness In heavy transactions. (Can. General Elec. was again the leader in. the firm- er issues with a. 2 point gain at 111 1-2. Winnipeg Railway was one up at 45. C. P. H. sold off 3 points to 131. Noou prices for War awi Victory loans: War 93 1-2; 1937, OS 1-2. Victory 08 1-4; 1928, 97 5-S; 1924, 90 1-4; 1927, 97 1-4; 1933, 98 1-2; 1934, 95 1-2; 1937, 90 3-8. Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Mar. local stock exchange was active this morn- ins, but nothing of especial signific- ance occurred. Abitibi lost half point to 37, while Atlantic Sugar re- mained unchanged at 31 1-2. Bromp- Sinn Feiners And Pro-Germans Are Much in Evidence Biff Meeting in Xew York Pl-0-GeVmans Shows How The Land Lies today, no cattle being weighed up at noon. Receipts were: Cattle 41: calyes none; hogs 20; sheep 274. Yearling lambs sold at to wethers, 37.00 to No hogs wore sold, quotations being for sel- ect's off cars. Quotations: Open. Close. Slay......... men to unload a car of which had arrived an hour earlier, consigned to fictitious individuals. The men had just, commenced un-i JJ. C. WILL GATHER loading Hie car when Countable Win. I EVIDENCE CONCERNING ov pensons. Claims amounting to jl.7n.630 were paid during the year.' DR. CHOWN DENIES IT TORONTO Mi- Her n Allan cimo along and being suspic- Chowu, general' superintendent of the'I not rishl' Methodist church in Canada, last lne" lo ol JAP LAND OWNERS nighl issued a denial of an interview which appeared in a dispatch from Sarnia yesterday afternoon with ref- erence to Dr. Chown and Kcv. J. O. L. Spracklin, former license inspector. "I did not stale that Rev. .Mr. Sprackiiu would join the social ser- vice department ot' the Methodist church, even temporarily or iu any said Dr. Chown. LINCOLNSHIRE BETTING LONDON. .March As- sociated" on the Lin doing so, one of them, according to the officer, offered h'm cash to forget it. But when Allan tried to enforce his- order. lie was seised, handcuffed with his own irons and thrown into an auto which sped away i toward Sandwich. Allan says he escaped hy diving from the auto into a snowbank, from whence he crawled half a mile to a phone and seni iu the alarm. Officers readied the depot in time to seize three-ciuartei-K of the thousand cases! as well as the Sect ot trucks which! a place of) colnshire handicaj) to be run on March j wa.s waiting to rush it to 16, the opening event of tho running safety. ...........___ VICTORIA. Mar. govern- ment of British Columbia is gather- ing data on the land holdings of .lap- and Chinese in the province. Members of the farmers' appeared before Hie legislature agri- cultural commilloe and complained: against the rate at which Orientals; are getting control of the hest agri- cultural land. Gathering of informa- tion by the government so that other parts of Canada may be aware, of the seriousness of the menace to> farmers here was endorsed and it None of the rum runners wer racing season in England, follows: Ugly Duckling.3 to l: Cornsaek and ll" lllelr PolUha 9 to 1: Valentine 100 to S: amval ot the men from head Earna 100 to 7: Clarion 23 to 1. quarters._______________ Betting on the Grand National to- day was: FORMER NEWSPAPER MAN DIE Kanion Beag. Old Tay Bridge 1001 to S; Turkey Buzzard and Bally Bog-1 :ted that it will be used to bring [about revision of the Anglo-.lupanese treaty when it comes up again in. 1 3S23. gan 100 to 7: Day Born and The Bore 100 to (i. The Grand place ou March IS. VICTORIA. March H. Ellis. broker, former manager of the Colonist, well known iu Western Caft-j ada, died here today at the age of til. H Seven Teams Get Away in An- nual at Start THE PAS, Man., Mar. iliau thousand people lined the banks tho Saskatchewan. Kiver this morning to watch the start of the derby dog traffic. Sharply at 11 o'clock Starter Bunting gave the order to "mus'n" and 53 dogs sprang up and away to the crack ot whips and the yells of the crowd. Bancroft's team took the lead, Pranteau next, JIcKay third, Stewart fourth, MacDouald, Morgan and Goyne trailing. This was the order as the teams turned around the bend of the river and made across the swamps. There, were many unexpected with- drawals at the last moment. Lavelio and Goillct witiidrow, ainuns others, leaving only Sevan tc eotatestt the race. Goyne sdrove nine dogs, Ban- croft eight, Jtorgan eight, Ste'v.'art eleven. McKay seven, Pranteau seven and MacDohald nine. The trail is good and-fast time is looked for. It ia expected tho winner will be back in The Pas before r.ouii tomorrow. The dogs as they lined up j appeared fresh and anxious yml some unlocked for sport was provided tho spectators when HacDonald's dogs family quarrel and then look on several of the other learns. The yelling of the drivers and the snarl- ing barks of tlio dogs kept things live- ly for several seconds. -Walter Goyne. Allen MacDonald, Sam Prauteau and- Larry McKay are driving Iheir own teams. SI. Ood- dard was driving for A. L-. Bill Hayes for C. B. Morgan and Bully W'interton for V. U. liancroft. RUMANIA WILL SOON PAY LOAN INTEREST OTTAWA, Mar. (By_ Canadian are. it under- stood, in progress with a view to a t settlement of Canada's interest claim j against Rumania. When tho first in- j terest-payment on the Kumauian loan fell duo October 1. Rumania was unable lo pay and asked for an ex- tension of time till April 1. Tin's was granted. Thcro is now considerable doubt if Rumania will he able to meet tho payment iu cash when it. falls dim on tho Orst of next month: and it in likely that some basis of pay- ment will he arranged. The amount advanced to Rumania in export credits out j ot a nominal loan nf in-' tcrcal duo on Aturii i ,'imoiinls to WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF VICTOR RECORDS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. WILLIS PIANO STORE "HOME OF CANADA'S BEST 707 Third Ave. South (Hull Block) Phone 662 "His Master's Voice" Records for March OUT TO-DAY Here's a list of neur "His Master's Voice" Records including timely KaBter numbers, that is sure to stir the interest ol the music-loving public. Check off the ones you go and hear them. DANCE RECORDS 216259 VOCAL RECORDS Over the Hill (Tenor) Lewis Jamesl 3 Now I Lay Me Down to r Come Back to Jumbo Gumbo Bitly Wlun You Look In tho of a Mult Cchtn on Prohibition (Monologue) M.Silyc? Bureau (Monologue) Rusaell Huntinc l Red ROM (Teni'u) Lewis James O'Mine (Tenor) Charles Harrison Chrfvt ATOM (Easter Hynv.i) Burr and Peerless Quartet 216251 Chrlit Mr All Henry Burr] Spflnitime (Tenor) Lewis AJigelB (Tenor) Lewis JamcsJ INSTRUMENTAL RECORD The Belli of Si. Miry'' I'D Tiki, You Home Again, Kvtkben (CeteU-VioUn.FJiite) CLamberlancl TrioJ 316U7 1 NeTer Knew (I Could Lon Anlbojj Like) I'm Lorfng Trot '114 Vanderbilt Hotel I 1 Koele (Make It Rotey for Trot (3U7H Vanderbilt Hotel Orchestra Diamond Trio ITettT Mlm Van EpJ Qt. The. Rye Wftlt7 Henri's Orchestra ft. R. Hcnry'i Barn Dvnce Miro'a Hind Trot Vanderbilt Hotel Orch. Blue Trot Henri'i (jf IWJitrora) Swediih 31'lJi Valitn Orttltail on 10-ittili DoWt-Siiti Rturfa RED SEAL RECORDS T4eee (a) Berceuu (k) da BaUet Raymond. (Violin) 11-iirtj 74M7 Tnterluillum in Modo Antico (from "Five I-ionzalrr QuarteE 2.H 74MI Symphony IB E Flat (Jrd Movement) anul-a Scala Orchestra Z.W In E Flat (Finale) Toscaninl and La Scala Orchestra 2.M Samson qul commence (Cimtrallo) Uuiie Homer Market Day (6) A Bullynure Ballad (Tenor) JolmMcCornuck 1.2S John Fee! (Balilono) Eoiilio de Cojoreo 1.2S M9M When Ctilorli Sleepa (Soprano) AmehtaGalli-Lurcl I.JJ Colleen o1 My Heart (Baritone) Rclnald A crrenralh 1.2S Hans Hinrller 1.25 44HJ Dal Cimpi, Ual Triltl (Ttnor) Beniamino Gijli 1.2S ANY "HIS MASTER'S VOICE" DEALER will gladly play any selection you wish to hear. Hanutnrlurrt bit HXL1XER GRAM-0-tBONt CO.. Limited, Mentml MASON RISCH, LIMITED Balmoral Block. Lethbridge, Alia. THOUSANDS OF RECORDS' HEINTZMAN CO., LTD. 403 FIFTH STREET, SOUTH ;