Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
MARCH 2. 1921 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE MARKET REPORTS HAY PRICES Hi.SO to J7; bolters, medium !o by Farm 1'roducts, Ltd., to J6.50; calves, medium to good Jfj.7r> to medium Htock- and feeders N'n sheep or hogs sold at noon hut hid for selects, off caro. Edmonton Livestock KDMONTOX. 231; calves Another Thrilling HELPLESS WITH Chapter in History Of Mounted Police No. Alfalfa. :.'ml ('nitiii......r_...... -No. Alfaliu. 1st cuttlni: ll'.OO No. -2 to 1S.OO No. 1 Miicd timothy and alfalfa 2-1.00 Light mixed to 22.00 Xo. 1 Hlucjoint, irrigat.-a "5.00 lo 3C.OO No. 't'imolhy. irrigated to 521) Wlicut (.0 10.00 Oat S.iraw.............10.00.to 12.00 Car !otr-, i'.o.b. f or i.cthbridge. LETHBRIDGi: GrtAUJ PRICES Prices paid fouay fur'grain in Lett- Jn'uige, wagou load iol.i Wiieat Flax 1.1-1 i Winnipeg Grain Prices March fut- ures on tho local market continued to show strength today, tho chief influ- ence being the from tho London reparations conference. May rcach- od a high of ISli 1-2 and closed slight- ly lower at 185 1-1. a gain of 1 5-Si: from yesterday's close. July closed 3c higher. The cash demand was good, with 'spreads unchanged. Offerings were taken caro of. Cash prices clos- Vd 1 .VSc up. There is little doing in the coarse train markets. Oat.; closed I-Sc high- Sergt. Thornc Murderer to Edmonton Cells After Mile Jaunt _____..................._____ KOMONTO.V. March S.--fomplel- ;M. About "CO head held in the yards. a journey y team, Marmot steady and fairly active. fnreder and railway train. SenU. Choice butcher rlot-ra Sll.iiO to liubfrl. Thorne. of tiie Uoyal C'ana- good to .-Jii-'iO; extra choice feed- dian .Mounted Police has arrived in ers to common J-t lo I ICdmonlon over thu A. and G. W. rail- choice butcher cows and heifers j way and handed over his prisoner. Until He Took "Fruit-a-tims" Brings Indian TiW FfUJt to }6; good 55 to medium to ?5; stackers, cows, to J4; choice liglit veal calves to bulk going Sfl f'o Hogs, receipts .195; selects oil' curs Sheep, receipts nil; lambs 19.50 to yearlings lo ewes ?G to 57. Chicago Liveitock __ CHICAGO, March re- ceipts Wiling classes dull; early sales about steady; top beef ateers medium calves largely Sit.50 to Hogs, receipts 19.000; active 10 to j 2ic higher than yesterday's average.! I'igs strong to Joe higher Kheep. receipts few early Albert }JK Bedeaux, a full brooded Slavey Indian, v.-ho is facing a charge of murder, to the Alberta provincial police. The 'warrant which the officer brought him charges Le Bedeaux with tho murder of the child of Ada- laido Hedeanx, bis wife, by exposing the infant two days after its bMli. thereby causing its death; The story of Thome's J.soo-mile jaunt from the .far northern K. C. M. P. outpost covers a period of seven atad starts cm January 11. which (iate he started from the Kurt detachment armed with a 'warrant for the arrest of the Slavey Indian, who is known in the north as H. K. 1, I.OEXI, OUT. "Tot over three yeafs, I wat to be J with I with dostors, aad neivly eteryiliing without beiKlit. Finally, I tried Erfurt 1 had nsfd half n tax I tlw -ru easier the jweilinj slartcd to go down I continued taltiuj this fruit me- dieine, impronnj ail tho lime, and now I can walk about two mjles and do Ughf; chores abou'v ALEXA-NDF.U MtJXRO. BOe. a boi, 6 for iriil s'ue At nil dealers or c posipaid by Litnitei'i. O'lajri. Dominion Law On B.C. Liquor Plan Is Simple Ottawa Explains Help C. Control as Much As Possible Montreal Builders Fix Rates of Pay OTTAWA. Mai-ell Columbia, it was stat- Rd at the department of Justice today, "is true to pay what methods of deul- ing with liquor shall unlawful ill British Columbia." Strong objection is (akcn to statement reported to havo keen mode by lion. J.W. Karri-. I attorney-general of- British Columbia in the British Columbia legislature j yesterday that the Dominion I ties havo struck "a serious blow" at j the administration of the British Col-I iumbia bill to regulate the sale of liq-' (nor within the province. j "The position is very was tho comment made here today. Under Xor.. ..ITl'-.t Xo. Nor... l.j'i'i l-'eed Trark, Haykatchewan .................ICJl'i OATS..... No. 2 C.W... .'0 C.W... Extra- Xo. 1 feeil 45% Xo. 1 Feed.. Xo. 2 Feed.. 40% Track Xo. 3 60'.i Xo. -I C.W... TO'-i Veeil .....................v.., 59V- Track FLAX- NO. 1 W. C.................1S1 No. 2 c.W... 177 Xo. Track ........................181 Condemned ...................140 No. 2 Chicago Grain CHICAGO, March up- .iurns in tho price of wheat resulted from general buying based on talk of strained European political tonditioiis. country offer- ings were light. Opening 3-1 to 2 l-2c higher with March 169 to 1119 1-4 and May J5S 3-4 to 159 1-2, was something of a reaction and later fresh gains. Oats opened strong 1-S to 3-Sc high- er with May 45 1-t to 45 3-S, and hardened still more. CLOSE CASH Wheat 2 red 1S1; No. 2 karri 173. i> mixed 65 1-2; No. 2 jcliow 69 to 09 1-2. a white 45 1-2 to 4534; Ko. 3 white 44 to 45. CLOSE PUTUHES 1C7 3-4- May 1591-4. 70 S-8; July 72 1-1 43 3-8; July 40 3-S- tart add to Wall St............EM Losses were largely retrieved and fame substantial gains were eatab- Jlahed later. Atlantic Gulf, Crui.ible Kteel, Baldwin Loco, General Asphalt and prominent rails featured the re- covery. The closo was strong. Closing Sales YORK, March Closing ll-l 1-2; U.S. Steel 81 3-4; U.S. Steel preferred 10D 5-8.. Winnipeg .Livestock WINNIPEG, March today 5.15 cattle, I 3400 hogs and 140 sheep and larabs. j Tbo market opened with trade active I prices generally in lino with yes- j iferday's close. Choice butcher steers sold at. to choice female "butchers to and choice feeder 1 Best lambs made -with sheep Armind The hog nwrket was unsettled, _________ packers bidding far selects, ?.l-1 some sales were at Decision Not to Applv For Char-! l g for choice anil good Prices higher than .yesterday. beef selling as high as Calves, receipts 197; choice lambs in arresting the aUcgcd lower f submitted without de- 1 Ttie body of the woman was and (he only charge facing the Indian that of murdering tho infant. At Fort Providence no difficulty was mpn Labor to 90 Cents For Bricklayers I mur. examined, hut the policeman was MONTREAL, March 2.-Minimum of pay for a majority of the niildiug trades ia the city were fixed f igh Cohnnbia to uetermino what nietii- I of ileti.ihg with Mqnor In 1 ish Columbiu it rleelares to 'be iinlaw- f ful tbeu uutomatieally, tinder the exist- ing Doniinfori law Imjiortaiion with j that unlawful In view is pro- i hibitcd. The measure uf the effective- t ness of Uominiou act is precisely tho measure of British Columbia's de- j sire. Jf Bn'tisb Columbia wishes to prohibit everybody from having liquor i esc-ept the government imd persons j acquiring: from the government, the j effect of tiie Dominion law will be to j Erevent importation of liquor when n' the purpose oE violating tho proT- incial law." iind any trace of the child which is alleged to liave been mur- dered. After a short stop at Provid- j Rates become effective as front March nee Sergt. Thorno started his dogs j 7, as follows: Unskilled building lab- at a special genera! meeting of the builders' exchange held last night. on their way asain up the" MacKeiuio River heading for FOrt Smith, dis- tance of 350 miles, accompanied by the prisoner and packing the body of the woman on the sleigh. The near- est coroner and justice oJ.' the peace was located .it Fort Smith. made a further loss ol! 1 1-4 poluts. j causing fresh liquidation among other i investment rails. In the broader reversal of the first hour, shippings, oils, steels and equip- ments and coppers were again most vulnerable. American International and United Fruit fell 1 to 1 L2 anfl General Asphalt preferred dropped to S5 against previous Bales of 100 but rallied five points. Steels lost 1; to 1 1-2 points. Rails, especially ers, followed the general trend. A j vigorous rebound in -Atlantic: Gulf i common and preferred and extensive 1 covering iu the oils, imparted a meas- ure of steadiness to the list before noon. Exchange on London continu- ed to case. Toronto Stocks TORONTO, March declined to scant proportions In list- lesa trading 011 the, Toronto stock ex- change this morning and price chang- es were only fractional and of little significance. C.P.R. and General Elec. TV era firm, the former selling a half point liigber at 131 1-2 and General Elee. ranging between 110 and 110 1-4. Noon prices of War and Victory bonds: War 93 1-2; 1901, 925-S; 1937. 98. Victory 98 'J-4; 07 1-2; 1J124, 96 M; 97 :t-4; 1933, 98 5-S; 193-t, 3-S; 1037, 99 1-2. Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, MarclP the early trading on the stock exchange this morning nothing much of interest [.occurred, most of tlie principal issues being quiet. N.Y. Funds NEW YORK, March ex- change demand 1-2; cables 14; Canadian dollars 12 7-16 per cent, discount. Bar Silver YORK. March domestic 93 1-2; foreign :ents an hour, bricklayers 90 cents an hour; plasterers 75 cents an hour: painters 60. cents an hour; cement. irorkera (10 cents an hour and stone masons 60 cents to it maximum of S3 cents an hour. It was agreed aiso that the. folluw- STEAMER ARRIVALS j fng maximum rates should be as from Lord Antrim at Dublin from St. May 1: Stone cutters rents an j .lohn, N.I3. hour; planer men 00 cents an hour. "r The meeting resolved to make no recommendation regarding tho num- ber of hours that should constitute a orors, 40 cents an hour; carpenters U5 Asks Aid For The Dry Areas! Col. Spencer Wants to Know if I i Seed Grain Belief Be j Provided eases Them All! AFTER EVERY MEAL entire list was unsteady in the' flrs't j Hnrmese Prince at London from half hour when Pennsylvania shares i New York. 1 France at Havre from YorlcJ Maiiutiesier Shipper at Manchester from Halifax. I Stavangerrjord York from Xew Amsterdam at Boulogne from New York. Sasonia at Boston from Liverpool. day's work 01- a week's work trade, but left it to each individual employer to make his own arrange- ment as to those with the men employ- ed by him. Ontario Grants Right of Appeal Decision on 0. T. Act Enforce- ment Announced By Hon. W. E. Haney Calgary Llveelpck TAIX1ARY, March cattle market -was active today. Receipts (Cattle 450: calws t; hogs 51; EM. Choice. Ftoers J7.50: medium to Teacher asked what postpone" meaiit, and I said, "iryin to breakfast without Post Toasties (SUPERIOR CORN FLAKES) KENTUCKY GIRL WRITEUETTES How She Wat Restored to Health by E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound suffered for more than two yearn with my back land nervousness, and was not able tohcip my mother do the housework. I took treatment from two doctors and they did not [do inn any good, M o t h r G a w Lydia E. Pink- jlmm'8 Vegetable [Compound adver- jtised in the paper land I. took about ten bottles. It has done me a great di.-al of good. I weigH 138 pounds and am in good health. I will gladly recommend Vegetable Compound to anyone who sutlers with the troubles t had, and you are welcome to publish my HENUIUCK. Route 1, Sunnysirtc, Ky. To many American girls life is often it heavy drug in consequence of ill- ness, and every mother should heed the first manifestations, siu-h ns cramps, backaches, headaches andN nervousness as Mrs. Hendrick'did for j i her daughter.and give Lvdia E. 1'ink- I not the mtontion of the siieuial com- ham's Vegetable Compound a fair1 l imttee that appointed to ask fot trial. For over forty years this old fashioned root and herb medibinc haa been relieving women of just -uch .ter in Manitoba is Keitson March is now ap- parent tiiat there will he no attempt to bring 4nto .existence the oo-opera- tive wheat pool for the handling ot tliis year's crop. This is the conclu- sion that, haa been reached by ofii- fflals ot the U.F.A. stsA U.O.G.. in of the that it ia evidently TORONTO, March yesterday the debate in the leois- lature on the question of permit- ting appeals from conviction un- der the Ontario Temperance Act, Hon. W. E. Raney, attorney-gen- eral, announced an important concession by the government, has arrived at he said, "that an appeal can be made to a county judge on the record of the evidence produced before tho majistratc." ('Special to The Herald) Alta., March Col, j Nelson Spencer, opposition member I from Medicine Hat is pressing the j government to lake some action this j year iu the way of providing- settlers i I in the Drouth Districts of the south I I with seed grain and feed putting in the 1921 crop. i In pursuance'nf this policy, Mr.' Spencer put tho following question on to the government in the! House: i "Is it the intention of the govern- ment to ausiat needy settlers to secure seed grain and feed for putting in the 1921 Attorney-General J. IJ. Boyle asked ihat the question" stand over a few days until the government could make some announcement on the subject. Colonel Spencer agreed hut requested that tiie government give as speedy an answer as possible on account of the urgent necessity ot tho situation. Mr. Spencer says that in a number of the southern districts settlers who have suffered crop losses for succes- sive years are abolutely without re- sources. GERMAN STEAMERS UNDER ARGENTINA FLAG LOXpOX, March Frederick Hall in the house of commons yester- day asked tho under secretary for foreign affairs if ho was aware that five German steamers, Argentina and belonging to the Ham- burg South American company, had been transferred to a new Argentine company formed for tho purpose ot avoiding- the surrender of tho ves- sels to the allied reparations commis- sion. Sir Frederick demanded to know whether the prcatigo of South America would not suffer if the Ger- mans were allowed thus to evade the- treaty stipulations and asksd what steps the allies proposed to take to set matters right. Arthur S. Wilson, replying for the under-secretary for foreign affairs, said the situation was being closely! watched. The steamers, Hie declared, I were under tiie Argentine flag and that Sir Frederick must realize that the question was a somewhat delicate one since Argentina was not a signa-1 lory of the peace treaty. i BOLSHEVIK! TRY TO i i STIR UP POLE STRIKERS It appeals to everybody because of the pleasure and benefit if affords. The longest-lasting refresh- ment possible to obtain. Sealed tieht-kept right in its wax-wrapped Impurity-proof package. 561'.. The Flavor Lasts B21 FINAL RESULTS IN EUKEKA ELECTION l liy a Staff Reporter.) GRASSY LAKE, March results ol the election for the three, councillors in the Eureka 'municipal- ity follow: Ed. Goschke 104; Thos. G. Martin. SG, B. S. Primrose 82, K. I. Johnson T8, L. M. Webb 53. Martin was re-elected and in addition to the three winning candidates J. J. Mc- Lellan, O. J. Graham, and T. H. Oddic, will form the council for the current year. The first meeting will be held hero March 7th. John Hall has been elected Mayor of Neepawa by acclamation to fill tho vacancy caused by tho death of May- or J. L. McKay. When you eat let it be the best Heal 'Seville Orange Marmalade AU Orange and Sugar A'o canioajtaet. Bailed willl care in SllcaPara. MACDONALD'S charter at [lie present session of j '.he Manitoba legislature. j When by a rfipreseniative of tlie Canadian Press Wednesday both I If. W. Wood, president of the llrst mentioned organization, and K. S'. Me Ilory, general manager of the- wont- em division of U.Cf.C., atated that they had not been informed definitely that the application tor the charter Ihi3 season would be made. They were therefore inclined to tho belief that no such application would be made at, the present sitting of the AlauitoSa parliament. Smoke Tb.e cost of u tuberculin teal, of Mm dairy sows in Calgary district would be For oofr rixty tftart a favor March 2.-A wireless message sent from Kussia en- couragiuE tho Polish 'strikers in their efforts to better their conditions mid urging tlicm lo. continue the strike to the bitter end, intercepted by tho Polish government today. I Seventeen wholesale dealers in foodstuffs have boen arrested in saw. Onp of the contentions of the j strikers was, that food prices had in-, creased by leaps and -bounds owing I to the pool- method of the government I in dealing with profiteers. 1 BRITISH CONSOLS A blend of finelbJjaccos fornienwho smoke If CONSOLS BUBONIC PLAQUE IN ARGENTINE ClTY Bl'liNO.S AIRKK. March. have been dosed tn the city of Cord- oboa following the discovery of a number of discs of bubonic plat'iib (here.