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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. MARCH THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD MARKET REPORTS HAY PRICE! (Furnished by Farm Ltd., LnthbriJire) No. 1 Alfalfa. 3nil cutting .....Ji'O.OO No. 1 Alfalfn, 1-1 oiitlng 18.00 Standard Alfalfa ...............HUH1 No. 2 Alfalfa ........14.0" u'i lii.OO .No. 1 Miserl timolliy mid alfalfa 34.01' IJpht. mixed i'O.tin to No 1 Ulutijoinr, irrigated tc 2H.ois military and financial matters are con- cerned "Therefore be it resolved: That Much Lobbying Against Action But Government May Yet Acquiesce MAY CLEAB ST. LAWRENCE j OF ICE NEXT WEEK MONTREAL. Mar. S.-It is slated in the government signal report that th cables Candaiau dollars 12 3-S per cent, discount. ice-breakers propose starting work in the St. Lawrence about a week hence' -i "Mirations are that the breaking I IA. Mar. of a clear waterway will not lip u' Interest ,u tile proposal to iinnw a difficult task this year. Between Mon- royal commission to investigate the I'real and Point Du Lac the ice is'still vliole wheat marketing situation in! solid, but from the latter point it is Western Canada is not flaggine j "Pen. to Quebec. I. .u 11UL imgiiiiji: i among the western members of par-'. Hainant. This morning it. wan stated M ...........c nLitteu i WOULD SUSPEND Al I -VM'-T, CANAOAJ posal for tho past few days and that it was likely to continue in an effort were Zl care of stock 4a Si for sale on the two markets this morn- 'iog. Veal calves ranged from to >13. Hogs quoted at II Chicaoo Llveatuk CHICAGO, MaK receipts Generally steady for all grades and classes. Top beef steers sound condition of I ernnipnt "nances demonstrates that jthe pro- mi'ss on i March vince's business is being operated sure it of nornlal conditions urged in come before the house .165% S4 tO JJ1, Hogs, rece'pti SO.OM; light and light lights practically all sold early 25 to 40e higher, others slow, mostly 35c higher; pigs 25 to 40c higher. Sheep, receipts opening i stcady to 25c higher; no choice CIIICACiO, March traders I handrweight Iambs sold early, showed a disposition to mark time Toronto Stocks day pending the issuance of the Un- TORONTO. Mar again Ited States government report this at- displayed u tendency to -lecllne in de- on farm reserves, Further! snltory trading on the stock ejrchanue crops had only a. j this morning, loasos ranging from transient effect as a heansh tactor. j small fractions to over one point hs- j over one pon t. In Opening prioes. which varied from ing established before the noon close. I phone unchanged flgnres to one cent lower, Canadian General Electric declined i rial with March 107 to 1B7 1-2 and May; 1 1-4 at 158 1-4 to 159 were followed by rallies Noon prices for War and Victory to above yesterday's finish and then by loans were something of a reaction, nullifying j War 97 7-8. most ot the gain. Victory 981-4; 1823, Oats were steady, opening a shade' 97 1-2; 1924, 96; 1933, 38 1-4' oft to l-8c higher with May 45 5-8 to, 95 3-8; 1937, 99 5-8. 45 3-4 and later keeping at about same Montreal Stocks range. CLOSE FUTURES 1S6; May 159. 1934, with continued economy. Due credit, however, for contribut- ing to this result should be given tn department of municipal affairs, which made such a. pronounced success of tai collections in the year 1930, es- pecially with respect to arrears. Consolidated Fund The consolidated revenue account for 19ZO, which includes revenues from all sources, including capital funds, shows a grand total revenue of and a total expenditure of with an actual cash balance on hand of Telephone Finances The telephone business alone, on ordinary account, had an income of and an expenditure or making a nei. surplus of of the fact that the tele-1 enditures include substan' I cover maintenance and! TQQKE PROGRESS ill III! ._ sl kind Collar fve full rar OOK siylt that dealers orgvc beyond sure to what is nnufac- ily and the are lyle through the thru TOOKE BROS. LTD. MONTREAL TORONTO WINNTOEG VANCOUVER In vie sinking funds, it is evident that the operations of the system are on a proper business footing. Telephone account, receipts and ei- penditure (capital and income) for 1920 showed: Bank bal. Dec. 31. 1919. Receipts .J200.797.60 MONTREAL, March trad- Income account tl 913 913 S7 ing on the local stock exchange dur- Capital account ing the first halt hour this morning I VALUABLE DOCUMENTS Bonds, policies and other val- uable documents should not be kept at home where they are likely to lost or mislaid. The Safety Deposit Boxes of this Bank provide at a moderate cost an excellent means of keeping valuable papers. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND LETHBRIDGE BRANCH-X. W. Reilue, Maoajer. The Children's Education Stveforit. Justalittla put away regularly in a Savings Account in The Merchant! Bank will provide for the college education or technical school training, which will help your boy or girl to forge to the front money will be ready when time comes, if jroa start, to Mvn now; tto. a montb mtua nearly fwttta huodn4 Expenditure Income account Capital account Total expenditure Balance at bank Consolidated Revenue Consolidated revenue fund, receipts and expenditures (capital and In come, 1920) showed: Bank bal. Dec. 31, 1919 Receipts (Net) account account Income Capital Expenditure (Net) Income account Capital account Total expenditure Balance at bank DANK OF CANADA ftUMitlpd 1M4. EASTER RECESS FOR HOUSE DOES NOT MEET MUCH SUPPORT OTTAWA, Mar. proposal to grant a two weeks' recess at Enter is not receiving much support from members, especially those from the west. Several members this morning expressed the opinion that the recent should be made brief as possible h order to rush the business of the session through. VALERA ISSUES TIRADE AGAINST THE 1 BRITISH GOVERNMENT Back of MACDONALD'S Gut Brier is the tobacco standard established in the "fifties" and maintained to the present day by UTB ifis W 3 te' iiiT-V ft mm nmcw .41-TQBACt- ItQO DUBLIN. Mar. De Va. lera, Sinn Fein leader. Issued ftla long-promised manifesto last erenlng through the Sinn Fein publicity de- partment. The fllltd with the Sinn Teln cUmes against the British fOTernment the crown forcei and the. .jj v More Tobacco for the Mongyl ;