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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY; MARCH 4, mt LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALT [MARKET REPORTS _ HAV PRICES (Furnished by farm I'rodncln, Ltd., l.pthbridgc) No. 1 Alfalfa, 2nd .....520.00 No. 1 Alfalfa, 1st clittiUK I8.0D Standard Alfalfa 1C.OO .Vo. 'J Alfalfa ..........H.'W i" .No. 1 Mixed timothy and alfalfa 24.00 Light mixed ...........20.00 to 22.00 -Vo 1 lilucjomt, irrisiitcd IW.l'O to 26.01) Xo. 1 Timothy, irrigated to ?2'J Htraw (3 wires) 1 H.OO Out Straw .............10.00 to 12.00 Ctr lots, f.o.b. CiniMalc "r l.othliridgc. LETHBRIDGE GRAIN PRICES Prices paid today for grain In Loth- bridge, -wagon load lots, follow: Wheat Data Barley......................50 Flax 1-43 Winnipeg Grain Markets WI.VMPEG, Mar. short session was a typical week'cnd quiet and featureless. Wheat prices vero inclined to be easier after five days of steady advances, but tho vol- ume of business was very liRht, lo 1-4, the market registered fur-] ther declines. Oats opened weak. After startinf l-4c lilghor to ISc'tn 1-4c lower, with May 41! 3-8 !o 4ii 5-8, prices declined lilightly. GLOSK ).'U'TURKS No. 2 no ontsido export inquiry reported, j lower. .March 171; May May 71 3-S: July 73 .May 18 1-S; July 17 CASH No. 1 hard 177 1- hard .173. Corn N'o. 3 mixed K 3-1 to 66 1-4 No. 3 yellow CM trffi'. No. 2 white 15 3-4 to 4ii 1-2; No. 3 white 45 1-S to 43 1-2. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO, JIar. Cattle, receipts l.OOJ compared with a week ago beef steers strong to DSc higher; she stock and bulls 25 to 60c higher; stockcrs and feeders 23 to 50c higher; spots up more; veal calves mostly 30c lower; spots down more. Hogs, receipts mostly 15 to 23c lower than yesterday's average: spots off more on heavies and heavy mixed, closed weak. Pigs 10 'to 25c Lower Interest Rates Here to Stay Winnipeg Bonds Sell to fi.Ofi Per Wood Gundy Co. Bayers TORONTO, Mar. Mail and Umpire this morning on its llnancial piijje says ''It is understood that Wood. Gundy and company havo exercised their op- tion by purchasing an additional 000 city of AVinnipotj six per cent. 20-year bonds, due February 1, 1941, at 97.89 and interest. "The option was granted when that j firm successfully tendered for 000 of these bonds on February 3 and The close was 7-8 to 1 1-Sc. lower. The Berllnnske Tidemln. Railroad traflic. it is said, is proceeding only east of Moscow toward Tomsk, Hiberia. The Blsley rtflo-shootlng IIUN been fixed to take plnre between July 7 and "I, r The Publication of President Harding's Inaugural Address Again Demonstrates How.... The Herald Serves the South The new president took the oath at 1.18 p.m., Washington time, or 11.18, Alberta time. The full text of his inaugural address Avhich followed, together with an account of the ceremony, Was Published in the Herald's Noon Edition The efficiency and completeness of the Herald's leased wire telegraphic service is thereby shown. While the President was speaking the message was being ticked off and received by the telegraph operator in the Herald office, passed on to the four linotype machines to be put into type. The" 1.10 train for the west carried the noon edition of the Herald containing the full report of the address to all sub- scribers in the Crow's Nest Pass. Of course the three o'clock edition containing afternoon news serves the north, west, and south lines in the same way. Readers of the Lethbridge Herald get the news of the world at home and abroad fresh from the wires. L Front Page._) ___ board vote" of four to three, last evening to consider the schedules and a decision to stand paT on tho compromise proposals of tho salary committee of the board adopt- ed some days ago. Mnmbers of the board who voted to reject the Alliance proposals, scorned any talk of arbitra- tion. P. 8. Selwood remarking that 'HP expected a six months' strike and say- ing ho was prepared to lot it conm without any effort to arbitrate. Tbo three labor members of board failed in their attempt to an agreement to another conferencr with the Alliance In an effort at settle meeting' ment. The Alliance olllcials had nothin; the action of the school board. It PRINCE MEMBER means a strike on March 30th so far] ,-.p CANADA as they are concerned. .The total: strength of the local alliance Is 278. Alliance Stands to Guns CALGAHY, 3Iar. 5. Tho following Old Country Football Scores English Cup Tie Rssutts LONDON, March 5 Assil. in the- fourth round of tho English cup tie series played to- day resulted: Tottenham 1: Aston VUla 0. Cardiff I: Chelsea 0. Mverton 0; Wolverhampton L, Hull 0; 1'ruslon N. K. 0, Scottish- Cup GLASGOW, March Asud. played in the fourth round tho Scottish soccer cup to- day had the following Dumbarton 0; Rangers 3. Celtic 1; Hearts 2. MotherweH 2; Parttck 'J. Dundee 0; Albion. 2. Scottish League Alrdrlo 1: Lanark 3. Queen's I'ark 3; Hamlltou L Ratth 8; Clydebank 0. Hibernians 2; Aberdeen 3, Kilmaruock 2; Ayr 1. Morton 3; Falkirk 0. League Games LONDON, March Assd. of English league soc- cer games played today follow: First Division Blackburn It. Bradford 0. Bolton W. 1; Burnley 1. Derby C. 1: Sheffield TJ. 1. Huddersdeld 1; Liverpool 2. Manchester City 3; Oldharn A. I, Mlddlesbro 0; Newcastle V. 0. Sundorland 2; Manchester u. 3, Second Division Birmingham i; Bury 0. Blackpool 1; Port Vale 0. Coventry C. 1; Stockiwrt C. 1. Fulham 1; Bamsley 0. Leeds United 2; Clapton Orient t. Leicester C. 1; Rotherham C. 1. Notts C. 2; South Shfelds 0. Westham United 1; Bristol 0. Third Division Brentford 1; Portsmouth 2. Brighton and H. i; Newport C. 0. Bristol Rovers 2; Watford 0. Crystal Palace 4; Gillingham 1. G'rimsby 0; Mlllwall 2. Luton 1; Merthyr 0. Norwich City 3; Swindou 2. Queen's Park 2; Exeter City 1. Reading -I; Northampton 0. Southampton 2; Southend U. 0. Swansea Town 2; Plymouth A. 0. Northern Rugby Union LONDON. March OWES HERLIFETO "FRUIT-HIKES" After ol "I UB writing to tell yon my life 'Fnui-a-ixKs' for ibis remedy telieTed me when I bad all hope of iitfered ttrriUr mlM Vytfffnf. I had it for yenn and all the medieinM I took did not do me any food. I read something about tires' being good for all Stomach Troubles and Disorders of Stfvtma ao I titm. After faulting a few I tat entirety refetW of tin Dyspepsia and my general ktalth was restored. I thank the great (nut medioiM, 'Frait-a-tiTet', for this voBderfal relief." BODCHRK. SOe. a bo j, 6 for trial am 26s. At all dealers or sent postpaid by fiuit-a-tires Limited. Ottawa, Omt, northern rugby union games were: Barrow 9; Broughton 3. Bradford 6; Hudderslield 13. Hull Kingston 12; Leeds 5. Rochdale 31; Salford 0. St. Helens 11; Oldham 3. Swinton 6; St. Helen's ROCB. Wakefleld 2; Dewsbury IS. AVarrington 0; Halifax 15. Wldnes 22; Leigh 5. Wigan 27; Bramley 5j York 10; Hull 3. toda CARDSTON IS PROUD OF SCHOOL'S RECORD fFrom Our Own Correspondent) CARDSTON', March Ojiren Williams of Cardston School raapectorato has just furnished Mr. J. Nf. Low a table ot percentages show- ing the comparative standing of thQ pupils of the Cardston public school, the Magratli public school and also the Raymond public school. He has recently inspected all three of these schools and given a series stand- ard tests in arithmetic, writing and spelling (Courtis Standard Tests) to each grade in each school and the per- centage handed to Mr. Low, principal of ttie Cardston school are the result of his findings as to the standing of the pupils. C'ardstoii has the right to feel a bit proud, when It learns that as a gen- eral thing its pupils have made a bot- Making All Arrangements Dominion Political Conflict For IlElilNA, Mar. Active organiza- tion ot polling divisions and other work in preparation for a federal elec- tion IB being arranged by the now Na- tional Policy Political Association, ac- cording to R. M. Johnson, secretary, In an interview today following a session of the Regina constituency executive committee today. Preparations are also being made by the committee for the appointment of polling division committees in read- iness, for the holding of nominating conventions .for the election of candi- dates to represent the association at the election ot representatives -to tho Dominion house commons at th-j next federal election. "We are 'Completing the organiza- tion work in the Regina constituency." was all that Mr. Johnson would say as to the work being done by tho'com- mittee today. They remain in session all day. BAD SNOW SLIDE ON C. P. MAIN LINE, MARS ___....._________ CALGARY, Mar. of worst ter standing than either of tha other snon-slldes that has ever occurred in schools. In some grades there are marked differences and in certain casca Cardston has fallen below, but the table as a whole evidences the superior standing of the Cardston school. This, no doubt, is due to the effic- iency of Mr. J. W. Low, Cardston's able principal, who has been untiring in his work for the betterment of the school for the past 17 or IS years, dur- ing his continuous term of office as principal. Ono ot great assets as a principal is his faculty for getting the fullest measure of co-operation with his staff and this lias created a general tone of good fellowship among tho teachers whcih undoubtedly has aided in producing the all-round effic- iency of the Cardston school. A rather serious accident happened j in Cardston yesterday, when the team of James Nielsoff? one of Cardston's well known sheep men; ran away with him, throwing him out of the wagon and under it. so that the hind wheels passed over both his'legs. Fortunate- ly no bones were broken, but they were severely bruised and he was terribly shaken up, but no operation has been necessary. statement was issued Saturday by the executive of the Calgary Teachers' Alliance: "The alliance resolution will stand and the teachers of the city school will cease work on the morning of Friday, March 11. It any further nego- tiations aro undertaken the alliance .idiedule must form the hauls ot ncgo- jp.iiona between the school board and teachers. The resolution speciflc- :liy demands that the alliance schc- lull; be recognized and satisfactorily without lause by clause." being discussed Her. A. W. Barker, Howard nve. ___......._.__......._____ irlhodist Church, Windsor, has been or to any Waning follow in? to Grace Church, St. Thomas. LONDON, Mar. (Canadian As- sociated Press.) The Prince of Wales has become a member of the Cana- dian club. Last evening the prince addressed a meeting of tbe Commer- cial Travellers' benevolent Institu- tion, saying felt somewhat of a commercial traveller himself, having been travelling in tho dominions for some time, and still being desirous of dolug some more travelling in the home land. Simon Lanila. a Detroit pawnbrok- er, was found Innocent of violating the O.T.A. for which lie has served one month and paid a fine, aa four men pleaded guilty to stealing SO canes of liquor from Landa'H homo in Walkerv-llle. the mountains took place shortly af- ter flve o'clock Friday afternoon at Jlajs, eight miles east of Field. Tbu slide was- six hundred feet long and 30 feet deep. As a result all the C.P.R. trains between here and thu coast are considerably delayed. It la expected that the lino will bo cleared about noon and if so the delayed trains from Vancouver should arrive in Calgary about five p.m. Saturday. Canadian Pacific 'Hallway officials here state that no one is reported in- jured by the slide. Famomt Old Rmeipt for Cough Syrup Thousands o{ lioiucwifSs have found that they can Have two-thirds of the Kioncv usually spent for couslx prepara- tions, by usirij; this well-known old reci- pe for making cough syrup at home. II. is simple and cheap hut it has no equal The many friends of Mr. Frank for prompt results. It takes _richt hold Smith and Miss Fern Wood both of antf S'VC9 Cardston, will be pleased to welcome them homo, when they return from their honeymoon in Salt Lake City. PRIVATE BILLS IN THE HOUSE MONDAVI OTTAWA. Mar. Press.) in tho commons and as result it is expected that a number of private be referred to special corn- stopping an ordinary cough in 1M hours or IMS. (Jet ounces ot' PIIICT from any drutiirist, pour it into 3. KJ-oz. bottlo and add plain granulated eucar syrup to make 16 ouacca. If you prefer, dariHed molasses, honey ur syrup, instead of sugar eyrup. .Hither way, it tastes cood. keeps perfectly, and lasts j a lone: time. I It's truly aatonishint; lioiv quirkly it; bills mittees for consideration. Thin will bring on committee meetings about Tuesday or Wednesday of the follow- ing week, as the bills must be posted in the lobby for a week before they can be taken up. It IK expected during the coming week there will be uorne announcement us to the for- mation of tho special committee on that this committee will get 'down to soldiers' civil rc-cfltabltshnicut and -work within about, a fortnight. ens and raises the phlegm, soothes arid licnls the membranes. trradually bu4 surclr tho annoying throaf ant dreaded coiitflt disappear entirely. ItfotV better for bronchitis. spaamofHf croup, hoarseness or bronchial asthma. Pinejc is a, special and highly conofln- frfltcd compound of genuine Norway pine known the world over for its hftnliny effwfc mi tlio membranes. Avoid disappointment by Aflkinj? ymr dniirtriflt for "2Vj ounces of with full direction! and don't accept anything rlpr. Guaranteed to rive facfion or money promptly The Hner Co., Toronto, Oit, ;