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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MARCH 7.1921 MARKET REPORTS HAY PRICES (Furnished by Parni 1'rodtiiits, Ltd., Lcthbrtdlte) No. .1. Alfalfa, 2nd cuttinK No. I. Alfalfa, 1st cnttiiiK 18.00 celpls. Choke butcher 6.75 to .25; medium jto fowl to 7.00 -oinnion 4.50 to clioico cows am Kitun r..SO to ti.Od; medium to aunera to 3.50; bulk o hlandard Alfalfa 10.00 calves 7.00 to 9.00 No. 2 Alfalfa to 15.00 No. 1 Mined timothy and alfalfa 24.00 cars Light mixed ...........20.00 to 22.00 No ISlucjolut, irrigated 23.00 to 20.00 1 Timothy, irrigated J25 Wheat Straw (3 wires) Oat Straw 10.00 ..10.00 to 12.00 Car lots, f.o.b. Coaldalo or Lathbridgo. LETHBRIDGB GRAIN PRICES Trices paid today for'grain in Loth- fcritlpc. wagon load lots, follow: Vi'hoat ....................51.63 Oals ,.31 liarloy..................... '.50 1.43 Winnipeg Grain Prices liar. local wiieat market, after acting strong during the greater part of the ses- sion, broke during the last 30 min- utes anil foil away over 2c from tho of tlic morning. Tho volume of Hogs, receipts 80; selects 14.00 on No Kheop receipts. Winnipeg Llveat__ WINNli'EU, Man. over the week-end ISO cattle and 220 hogs. Trading on tho cattle market lacked activity, in the butcher division bidding was slow- er, and while prices were lower from Saturday's close, this was due prin- cipally to the quality of tho offerings. Stockers and held generally firm under Mir demand. The hog market opened slightly stronger in tone, with at f 15.75. Toronto Livettoek TORONTO. Mar. receipts Trade brisk; quality good; prices steady but a shade lower here and there. Calves, receipts 200; trade brisk at steady prices. 'Choice veal 115 to FHE LETHBRIDCE DAILY HERALD business v.-as not large, liquidation by longs finding few Itnyjers. The close was J to 1 1-Sc lower. The demand for ensli wheat not so strong, and a ufi'eriugs wero not easily ab- sorbed. Premiums were hail' cent lower. was little change in coarse "receipts 5S4 grans. Oats Hoaeil unchanged to kilt steady, good steers 10' 3-sc lower; barley to 1 7-Sc j Calves, receipts 222; sales Inghor: (lux 1-2 to 5-Sc lower and rye made up to for milk fed unchanged. receipts 785; Iambs steady; to good sheep J7.50 to Hogs, receipts boss steady; fed and watered. Montreal Livettoek MONTREAL, Mar. Star- Open. 1SB :I7J Quotations 3lay July July............ 52% May............ SO July............ SU May 187 "4 July............ 19H'' ItYK- life'., Cash Prices WHEAT- NO. 1 Nor...l95'.i No. y Nor... 1SS No. 5 Nor... 173% Close, 187% 173W 52% Sheep, receipts 29. Nominal prices for lambs to S12.50. -Hogs, receipts 566; selects to Chicago Liveitock CHICAGO. Mar. receipts 21.000; fat cattle slow to 25c lower; top beef steers early bulk to calves mostly OOc. lower. Hogs, receipts mostly 15 to 35c lower than Saturday, pigs steady to 15c lower. Sheep, receipts fat lambs weak to 25c lower; sheep about steady. Lambs top 'early to shippers. Toronto Stocki TORONTO, Mar. was very quiet on the stock exchange this OKR16 YEARS No fUtin Of Ttw TroibH Since Taking "Fniit-a-ttro" "I was a great sufferer from JVttm- jf years. I consulted ipetialiati; took medicine; tued lationt; hot nothing did me good. and in 15 days tho pain w.is easier tad the Rheumatism much better. Gradually, "Fruit-a-lives" my Rheumatism; and now, for fire yean, I hive bad no return of the trouble. I cordially recommend thil froit medicine to all sufferers." 1'. II. Me HUGH. We a box, 6 for trial size H5o. At ill dealers or sent postpaid by Fnuta-Utes Limited, Ottawa. PREPAREDNESS Southern Saskatchewan Prepare for Sprint Alone Border. PAGE FIVE HEGIN'A. Mar. 01- bouses along tho southern border ot Saskatchewan are pre- paring for spring II. JtlcheH. aecreUry of tlio liquor commission, who has been over the district, today told of come ot tho preparations, lie says that up to date burglar alarms are be- ing installed in all the houses, and many already have them. One bouse in Glenewen has an elab- orate system in having all doors ami windows wired, til addition to the barred windows. In case of a raid a great bell on, top o [know an jew at I times udoMdto I terrain. A doctor treated me Hot dd ----------------------Inot teem to to much good, I took Lydia E. Ptok- ham'i Vegetable Comwund and telt a change and could do 017 work without and wu reliered of those nervous spells, JSTow I have a Compound. "-n. IL- LIAM C.WRHNER, 1216 Vm Book St. (Jumden, N. J. When wife findi her enerfiet we J.tfinf, ehe weak, mnrntTioffm from backache, the "fchiei" Moold bniMhermtem at takiiu; that itandard woman', mtdi one, Lydia E. Pmlcham'i Compound, u did ITn. Werner. If anythinf abontronrew- ditwn TOU do not nudertUnd write Lydia E. Pmkhaa t tru, Man., tbont yew health. rOU don't unit to differ with n ulcerated throat or nflnne J teoaili. You don't wtnt to be bothered wili a racking cough th it it diugreetble all day and that yea awake at might. You don'kviut to be m led for Boothl or pneumonii. If Ton viih to keep well, reabie at that a cough a dangerooaj imidiotM diieaie, which gliould bo. itoppejhit ita Terr euttet, and not allowed ta derelop into mnTthiftg more inioua, Aa of prevention it indeed worth many pounds of cure, ia the cut of a cold. DOMINION C. B. Q. TABLETS are ef prevention that pmeiiu a eeli from derelopiag into bronchitii. bhleti cmtaia Caican. Brooiide and Quinioe ia a form; are Miildly luatrn; raline headache anil anil break np a cold in a lew twin. AD DOMI- MON CRQ. Inwt n baring tkem. are prepared I; tie National Drag and Chemical Company ef Caaad THE PUBLICATION OF, President Harding s Inaugural Address Again Demonstrates How The Herald Serves the jSowtK Old Country Coffee May Harm You- POSTUM Cannot And Postum is a fully satisfying meal-time beverage which all the family can drink with benefit- as many cups as desirei "There's a Reason" during tho mid-session. rails, oils, and shippings particularly i n Heading, Mexican Petroleum, Asphalt KOOtoa.Il English Cup Draw LONDON, March As-: j sociated it result of tho 1 draw for the semi-finals in the Bug- i Hsh cup football series Cardiff will play Wolverhampton at Liverpool and Tot- tenham will play Preston or Hull on Sheffield Wednesday grounds March 19tli. Irish Soccer Cup LONDON, March the semi- final games of the Irish SOCCCT uup series, Glongoran defeated Drantwood 4 to 3 and und Glenavon played a, scoreless tlo. "FORESIGHT always was better than hindsight, TWwhotake SCOTT'S EMULSION regularly exercise %JL foresight that pays large dividends in robustness. ALSO MAKERS OF- _ KHIOIOS Fo" INDIGESTION PRES. HARDING GIVEN PEDIGREED AIREDALE PET U'Atini.VUTO.V, Mar. Harding wan presented today with an Airedale doif, "Laddie with the known fondness of the chief ex- ecutive for dogs, is eipected to lie- come the most popular of the White Houte pets. The proanntation was made by Charles W. CJuctsctie of Toledo Ohio, who said the father of Ladilla Hoy was "Tin Tern Tip clium-i pfon Airedale vt United Wates, Cuticura Soap --------------IS IDEAL For the Hands PILES I ILL V or Mnuuuun, Bt Iwonln. Boi MfV Mil tneloM Htmf tf.ft) 9 The new president took the oath at 1.18 p.m., WasKngfon time, or 11.18, Alberta time.- The full text of his inaugural address which 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 northt and south lines in the same way. Readers of the Lethbridgc get the-news of the world at home and abroad fresh' from the wires. ;