Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBMDGC DAILY HERALg MARKET REPORTS BRITISH FLEET MA Y HELP BRING GERMANS TO TIME HAY PRICES liv Furin Products, 1-td., No. 1 Alfalfa, Xo. I Altai It'1- Standard Alfalfa. 'No. timoth 5-0.00 M.'.'U to and ul.'uifa 210( appeared to ou 25c lower under t poor Thn and market wn diiiet with nilMS uttady. Kuoil mutton sheep top limta :.00. 1 VIl'.H'joiu. 23.00 10 I Tiitio'.by, irrigated to WluMi. Kirov 01 wires) :u.U'-' I ..r I 'J.tjO tO 1 Hogs undiluted. )2.iu. Chicago Livestock ACiO, OriUlo receipts 'lilliiiK '.'laisvs to rtroiis; siols liisht'r on toil beet' ilM'.rs bulk I'.i.O'j; bulk vial calves lil.50 H.OUC L L., ,f. OK AW PRICES to -'ioss. lower tiian ywlpnliiyV average Sheep, re.-jipts 7000; lambs sloidy. Toronto Stocks TORONTO. Mav. the stock exchange today Ibe recent ad- vance of Canadian Oneral Electric slopped as a result of profit talc- Li local wheat mar-: the issue closInK at noon May I'CJWliiiiB W.ljowu from Its. openiiiK at. Other from yesterday. 1 were firm but no outstanding price chanxM occurred. Markets liicrc v.-as iicnvy nell- v.Sicu Inoke values ifractionally, inar-iiat ue'.ai very n.'veited to i'M cm Hirer dilferent i Fli.tirc? closed I! lo 2 S-l A', the hanie ihc cash market very i-rr'iniums in- 1-vC llie of the (uiantiiies being V anii r-vo cent.s ovfjr '.lirt't lop grades, ill .Near liie cluse Koon prices for Wai' and Victory bonds: War 94 U: I3'1. 9: 1337. 97Ti. Victory Loi'ii-11132. DS'i: 1923. !i 1927. 975i: 1981, '937, Montreal Stocks MOXTRli.Mj. Mar. local slocl: exchange displayed many indi- cation; of rallying Iriini the weakness nnd dullness that has dominated it >jm wcakpucd slightly or. tlie in-! for the last few day durius this Jilly' OATS M..Y............ Julv 79ii I'M.AX-- Mav............ Jlllv 191'a IIYE- May Cash Prices 1 .N'or.. .19S'i N'o. 2 N'or.. Xo. 3 Nor.. 1P1'nd If dependents are Into account, there are over two million ptraoiii. In addition then half many wholesalers nod who overthrow of the country in handlo our products. Among the y ititlr product, It pit la the Pltlw maintain that turinx, transportation must tofethnr. Strike at tory and you alrike at Strlke-at the towa aad tM you strike at thu country." llllllinillllllllllllllHI Analofy Drawn by Secretary M'orrison Displeasing to Pres. McKinnon ,1981 tiuu tjiibiA, a C.W... lateri I half hour. t'ne oils and sugars registered moder- ate initial gains. The entire list weak- within the first 184 Xo. 2 C. W............. Chicago Grain I'.'AGO, Mar. advanc :h-.y ui'to1.' a. start. Abesence Atlantic Gulf continued to dominate the market during the morning-. The Praise George The speech of Premier Lloyd George to tbe delegates from Germany yes- terday drew high praise today, even from aati-government organs. The majority of morning's newspapers professed littlo expectation that the German government would yield. Some thought position of Dr. i Simons had become so difficult that j he might be replaced, while others ex- pressed belief that the German inet would resign and another govern- 1 ment amenable to allied demands IXJXDOX, Ont., Ufar. Can- adian Manufacturers' association ia said to be on the defensive and per- haps rightly said President J. S. McKinnon of Toronto, at tho dinner last ijight at which tbo visiting C. M. A. delegates were guests of the chamber of commerce. Mr. McKin- non made reference to the utterances of J. J. Morrison of Hie United Farm- ers of Ontario, at a meeting: near Peterboro. "Mr. Morrison calls the Canadian Manufacturers' association the One Big said Mr. McKinnou. ''He said it was the most powerful organi- zation in Canada and .added to this statement a strong appeal for class consciousness among the farmers. When this association is classed as MACDONALD'S Cut Brier Hore Tobacco fcrthe Money Packages T.OBACCO' A would he formed. The Morning Post] declared the penalties laid down were i insumelcnt and said it could not see j how the customs iiroposals could be i successfully carried out unless Ger- man seaports were occupied and ihe j British fleet was employed in the North Seii and in tbe Baltic. Germnns Sat Rigid LOXDOX, Mar. The Gorman delegates sat very rigid and no expression to their feelings through- i out the speech of Mr. Lloyd George i yesterday. Dr. Simons was extreme- iy uale. There are no signs of any j part of the German delegation leav- ing London, while Premier Briand. M. Jaspar, the Belgian foreign minister. and the other delegates will remain pending the German reply. .lommon on its rally of 1 3-4 points.! it Is noted that the towns to be fjimished almost 20 per .cent, of the j OCCupied in case the Germans refuse first hour's business. The preferred rallied 3 points and rails also Improv- ed. Motors and industrials rose 1 to 2 1-S points. Food shares and spec- ialties, however, continued to react 2 to almost S points. Rails were un- changed. Call money opened at seven per cent. Prices eased again at mid-day when the street engaged in an earnest study of President llarding'a inaugural speech. Leaders of the oil, motor. counted in favor steel, shipping and equipment group.-; :he bulls and so did word of some j reacted 1 to 2Vi points from high lev- i.usiness. Opening 1-lc Of morning. N. Y. Fundi XEW-TORK. March ei- higher with March market made ma- -iH urotind. or.clicd unchanged to-l-4c '.'Jay 4t 1-S to 48 1-1 and further npiurns. CI.'OSIO KUTUIIKS 173; May 1-2. 1 .1-4; July 7'J 3-4. 1-.'J: July 47 5-S. "CLOSE CASH No. 2 red ISO to 182; J hard 177 to mixed G8 3-1: Xo. 2 yellow 70 1-4. white 43 1-2; Xo. 3 Triiite 45 to 43 Calgnry Livestock CALGARY, Mar. cattle market was ciuiet today but certain bo lower on poorer grades. Re- ceipts, cattle 127; calves 1; 469; (beep 2S9. A number of choice steers n-ere sold at 7.90 tp go to the coast; common to medium 5.00 to 6.50; med- ium cows 5.00 to 5.25; common bulls medium to good stockers and feeders 5.50 to 6.25; common 3.50 to 5.00; good owes 7.50; wethers S.iiO; Iambs 11.00. Select hogs sold at 14.00 off car Weights. Winnipeg Uiveitock WI.VNIPEG, Mar. (Dominion Receipts 2tO cattle. 6S hogs and 163 sheep. Trading on the cattle snartet dne to the light offerings was ntiiet. Bidding on most classes was iiT lino with yesterday's close, al- change firm. Demand cab- les Canadian, dollars 12 1-4 per cent, discount. Closing Sales NEW YORK, Mar. sales 114; U.S. Steel 81 3-8; U.S. Steel preferred 109 3-4. xo. I ADVANCE CURFEW HOUR I DUBLIN FROM 10 TO 9, SAFETY MEASURE I DU'BLIX, Mar. has been made that tho curfew hour hns beeai 'advanced from 10 o'clock in the evening tp 9 o'clock imtil condi- tions improve. It is believed this order which was caused by tho con- tinuance of night fighting in the streets will compel theatres and mov- ing picture houses to close their doors. John MacSwiney -Sentenced CORK, Mar. MacSwiney, brother of tho former lord mayor of Cork, was one of 10 men who were sentenced to 15 years' imprisonment here today for waging war against _ crown forces, heing in possession of i arms, munitions aud explosives. An- other convicted man was sentenced to 10 years' penal servitude. Vienna has entered suit against former Emperor Karl to secure the though butcher cows of heavy weigh'.! return of tho Austrian Crown jewel VhatlouNeed is a food that will make good the nat- ural daily wear of body tissues. Grape is a wholesome blend of yheat and malted barley, containing all the nu- tritive values of these grains, includ- ing their vital mineral a delicious, easily digestible food for keeping the body well nourished. Sold try grocers everywhere! to come to terras, face the territory] occupied by the Anglo-Belgians, f.o i that these armies will be tho' first to move, should tho necessity arise. i Communist Aims j BERLIN, Mar. German coin-1 mnnist party today made the allied i ultimatum, delivered to the Gorman j delegation in London, the occasion foi-j a revolutionary proclamation, in which j the German working man is called, to-overtbrow the government, a soviet government effect a poll- j tical and economic alliance with Rus- j sia. Ths communists announce that! demonstrations will be held on Suu-j day. Uroe "No" to Ultimatum BERLIX, Mar. German newspapers, in their comment on the1 allied ultimatum to Germany on re- parations, are unanimous in demand- J ing that -the government oppose tho ultimatum with a determined "no." The cabinet had no definite official news from Dr. Simons and in the absence of this confined its delibera- tions In last night'3 session which lasted until 9 o'clock to an informal survey ot the situation. Chancellor Fehrcnbach, it was announced, is to make a statement to today. Keicbstag (Continued from front j Bow River, A. 0. Bond, llassano. I Calgary East, I. n. McArdle, Cal-: gary East. Calgary West, E. H. Crandell, Cal- gary. Edmonton East, Frank Drayton, Edmonton. Edmonton West. Major A. P. Chat- tell, Edmonton, and C. W. Johnson, Grand Prairie. .Lethbridge. Andrew Greig, 022 2nd Avenue South. J. S. Hunt, High River. Medicine Hat, Herbert Baker, Me- dicine Hat, Red Deer, T. P. Galbraith, Itcd Doer. Strathcona, t'kpt. .1. W. Tipton, Ed-j in on ton. Victoria, A. L. Itorlon, Vecrcvllle. Commissioners for British Columbia Burrard, H. Tees, North Lonsdale, North Vancouver. Caribou, Russell R. Watt. Kolla. and Brig.-Geu. Edward Hilliain, Salmon Arm. Coniox-Albernl, James It. Motion. Allierul, and E. II. Hicks-Beach. Court- ney. Eraser Valley, IT. LuugVliii, Chil'u- wack. Kootenay East, Major G. G. Moffatf, Ferine. Kootenay, "C. D. Blackwood, Nelson. Niinaiino, C. H. Price. Westholme. New Westminster, Major G. B. Corbotild, Nes" Westminster. Kkeeua. J. Flewin. Port Simpson. Vancouver Centre, Capt. C. Whlttaker, Went Vancouver. Vancouver South, "J. A. Peyton, Van- couver. victoria City. W. Oauncc, Victoria. Vale. Caqt. 3, ifeif lit, Heintzman Co., Limited In Recognition of Brunswick Week Announce an Unusual Offer of Special Terms on BRUNSWICK PHONOGRAPHS For Friday and Saturday Only For the past few days we have been featuring "Brunswick Week" with the object of stimulating interest in this remarkable and repealing the many exclusive features that have combined to make it such a desirable instrument. 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