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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. MAUCH 1MT MARKET REPORTS HAY PRICES by I'arm Products, Ltd., .'.ethbrldfel No. Alfalfa, 2nd cutting .....J2.1.00 -N'.i. I Alfalfa, culling IS.OO Xo. while 4-1 ]-2 43 1-2; NO. whiwr -i a io -u. Calgary Livestock CALGARY, Mar. Keceiprs at tbu StOCk at ..the j Standard Alfalfa No. s Alfalfa ..........14.00 to lii.ou No. I Mind limotliy. and ulfulfa 54.00 Ufht mined........... 20.00 to ilOO No 1 llliiejnhit. irrigated 23.00 to 28.00 No. I Timothy, irrigated, ?25 to Wheat Straw tu wires) 10.00 Oat Blrnw ............710.00 to 12.00 Car f.o.b. Uoaldsle or LETHBRIDGE GRAIN PRICES JB IK, I stockyards today were: (.'attlfi ,'169; vajvei; IIOKM SL'; iiheep The market was fairly active and steady for good quality ct' offerings. Choice fleers to medium to Boo'J ;ii in IS; medium cows to M; common medium to sood stockers and feeders 15.50 to common 11.50 tu good calves 17.00. Prices paid today (or grain in Leth- bridge, wagon load lots, follow: flax 1.43 Winnipeg Grain Markets WINNIPEG, Mar. the low- er opouing. attributed io yesterday's Lnited States sovernmont crop re- port, tlie local wheat market dro to JSfade By New York I Sinn Kciner in Speech in i Boston of buying on decline, and ntrorinsE wrre absorbed which final- ars- N'Y- Funds ly gave strength to the market Bur- i No offered. NEW YORK, Mar. ex- ing the last hour prices recovered i Winnipeg Livestock I change strong. Demand 5-8; losses and the market closed WINNIPEG, Mar. cable3 S3-8S 3-S. Canadian dollars higher for May and Ic up -for cattle; 600 13 Sel' l'eni- discount. July. I hogs and 60 sheep. With increased I Closing Sales Thr- I'aah market was rjuiet today! offerings, the cattle market was mere NEW YORK, Mar. sales premiums unchanged. 13olh of-' active, with a good demand existing It'.P.R. 1H ;s-4; Steel 3-8; ierir.Es and demand were light I for the better kinds of haiidyiveisht L- s- stecl Preferred 109. Coarse grains continue exceptional-1 killing stockers and feeders Last add NY Stocks ly iiuiot and dull. Choice steers to 18.50: choice Oats closed 3-Sc higher; barley i-si feeder steers fair to good ?5.50 J-2c higher; llax K-s to 1 1-Jc low-1 JG.501 er and ryn I lower. Quotations Open. May .ISli -Inly July BARLEY- Trading on the sheep and lamb .market was quiet. Lambs sheep Close. I I The hog market opened with pact J74V. crs bidding i Toronto Livestock I TORONTO. 31ar. Dominion j Branch. receipts 1850. Cat- trade up till noon was fairly Investment rails, as well as oils, coppers and tobaccos led the more varied offerings of the final hour. The closing was heavy. military control. It also forbids pas- senger train service, except for work- men and International travellers. There have, however, so far been no cancellations of trains or other changes in the service. General' Gaucher, commanding the French troops in Dusseldorf. visited the burgomaster today and told him that there was no objection to the meeting of the Rbine provincial land- i tag, called for Sunday, provided no speeches were made with regard to i the occupation. The communal police EM are remaining on duty. The security police, whfcu was disarmed yester- BOSTON'. Mar. par- ticipation in the Irish revolution which started at Dublin on Raster Sunday, 1916. was admitted by John Ueveri, a New York Sinn Feinpr in an address here last night, no said that (his was brought about by Sinn Fein sym- pathizers in the United States who made a deal with the Germans for a shipload of arras to be delivered in Ireland. Deverl said the "Irijh Republican Brotherhood sent word Io sympathiz- ers In the United States of the plans for the Plaster Sunday attack upon; the British forces in the previous Jan-! uary and requested that the Sinn I Foincrs in the United States furnish I a shipload of arms, the arms to be de-! livered iti Limerick as soon pos-: sible." "It was not possible to get any such quantity of arms in the United States without tho knowledge of the United States Deveri I said. Therefore, ho added, the aid ot i Germany in securing these arms was enlisted. He declared no other help had been received by the revolution-1 aries from German sources. i I Juf 20 Quarto Of I 1 Nitro-Clycerine Until j I Spectators Make Etcapc j I KRECKENMIOQC, T.n.a, Mar. I I twenty quirt nttro- I glycerine torpedo a> It was blown from the casing by an unexpected x flow of gn, Powell Wright, yes- I terday held It until fifty persons and 200 quarts of the explosive on a wagon reached safety. He then dropped It back into the hole with the receding gis and escaped. The derrick was wrecked by the im- pact and the well caught fire when the torpedo was lifted to the crown block by a recurrence of gas. WHITE KUTHENIANS DECLARE INDEPENDENCE WARSAW. Mir. ftuthenlani have tMIr Independence fwn cording Io a Minsk ed here today. (The white probably those Inhabiting what hi known as White Ruitla, eompria- ing the southwettern Ruialan vinces, centering upon Thitivos cntored the store cf Slldhury, and stole two salto j of clotheK and two snitcasen. I meals were given lu Calvtr.y j unemployed this winter. DOES MORX THAN STOP THE COUGH tie No. D Xo. 4 Xo. ii Nor... 156% 191) 'i July............ Way............ If July........ if May.............. Cash Prices WHEAT No. 1 Nor....I SOU Ko. 8 3 Feed Track, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta OATS-- No. C.W... No. 3 C.W... 46 Ultra No. 1 feed............... 46 i Feed.. 44 No. 2 Feed.. 41 Track....................... No. 3 cf.W... Sift No. 4 C.W..'. 74 63 Track 811: NO. i N. w. SiaJ3 C.W... 178% Condemned Track iXo. 2 C. W............. Chicago Grain CHICAGO. Mar. setbacks In the price of wheat resulted today from the United States government report showing much larger reserves than had been looked for. Besides, SI V4 live on good and choice butcher's 79 Others a 79'3 I Others a. little slow. Heavy beef sold i at Calves, receipts 145: choice little stronger. Top to Sheep, receipts 262; light receipts of lambs and prices some better. Best lambs 113.50. Hogs, receipts 1040. Fed and water- ed selects to Montreal Livestock MONTREAL, Mar. receipts 81. Re- ceipts today consisted of common to medium cows. Ten or twelve good steers sold at Calves, receipts Good to verj veal 'ith Ccd L iver Oil Contpoutia ton rifkt to uat of the ID InlUtxl throat and inflmml bnmchil! tubei. It Mid in the throat; and, almoet it, you are rid ol the cough lor good. NADRUCO SYRUP OF TAR with COP UVER OIL COMPOUND able to the U particularly nittd the of children. SoU ly mttl day, received Its arms back today. The men on duty were reduced to tho smallest number consistent with the j preservation of former strength Should Purchase Canadian Goods (Continued f'-om Front Page) newspapers here. The German atti- tude is generally praised and long excerpts from Uerlin newspapers are printed. The Xeue Frsie Press nails the al- lied action "war in the midst of peace" and the Mittags Zeitung says "It may be assumed the German people will bear their sad (ate with dignity and will do nothing to render the task of the Vsnemy easier The (Continned from Front Page.) I Sir Henry Draytori Tells How i Period of Prosperity Can j i Be Secured soviet governor of Petrograd, were re- ported to have taken refuge in the fortress of St. Peter and St. Panl aur- _ _... TibB.ug LIIB vornwau rounded by a large number of protec- board of trade here last night Sir tlvfl Trnnnm IT____ r, five troops. All attempts by the revolutionaries to capture this fortress, the message says, were repulsed. Conflicting Reports COPENHAGEN, Mar. of IfatiwlDrttaiJCWaktlCp.WCaMaXliMUJ After Every Meal WRI Sealed CORNWALL, Ont., Mar. the i Cornwall! fornnn j i ..mi, oi peiiuuium 10 a down the Russian altnation today was oon-ied production and an al tnres'tnwhii I forget tor-j flictlng with the latest Helsingfors I absence ot public btivlng tUreS tO Whlnll hn wnc .i-_i .L _ 'a- No. C.W.. ,154Vi ,........lolli ............1S2% .164 Sheep, receipts L'5; sheep up to lambs around Hogs, receipts 710: market steady and unchanged. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO, Mar. Cattle, receipts ti.OOO; beef stsors and butcher she stock stronr to 15c top beef steers early some held higher; calves steady, realert largely to Hogs, receipts tures to which he was subjected." Germans Indifferent 0USSELDORF, Mar. seven thousand British, French and Belgian soldiers were today occupying Dusseldorf, Duisburg and Ruhrort, people of those cities were proceed- ing ahout their usual affairs in appar- ent utter indifference to the presence of the allied forces. No Labor Trouble There were1 no signs today of any immediate labor movement by Ger- man Workers as au outcome of the occupation, the o( agitators to bring on the loug-threatened general un me juug-tuieiitenea general ]o to strike in protest against the Impost- dispatches reporting that the Russian soviet forces had recaptured for- tresses of Krasnoya Gorki and Sys- terbak this morning and were train- ing the big jpins of these fortresses upon Kro'nstadt where fires were ob- served. 4s Infantry attack by the soviet troops upon Kronstadt is report- ed to have been repulsed with heavy losses to the attacking These reports preceded by claims In Helsingfors dispatches that Petrograd was in hands of the revolutionaries. According to a Rsval dispatch, however, tiie soviet troopa recaptured the southeastern suburbs of Petroad. Tho i. IO.VMV, ju io BtujvB in protest against the Impost- OE retrograa. rnousafqs o higher than yesterday's average. Pigs I tiori of the allied penalties having (ail- from Petrograd are clamori Thi8 .refusil1 ot'he workmen to try into Finland, the Finn! Sheep, receipts 11.000; opening vert- slow, first sales Soc higher; lambs top early Jto.35. Montre there were signs thai, some export JIONTBKAL. l Stocks business had been brought about by the drijp in values, but this was soon absorbed. Opening 2 to 3 3-4c lower with March IBS to 163 1-2 and May 155 1-2 to 157, the market took a spurt upward only to fall below opening flsnres. Oats opened weak, half to one cent off with May 44 1-2 to 41 8-1 and con- tinued weak. CLOSE FUTURES 167 3-4: May 1593-4 71 1-8; July 73 1-4 45 3-8; July 46 1-4 CLOSE CASH 2 rod 174 1 hard 170. JIar. The local stock was quiet at its opening this morning. Abitiln lost a fraction at 30 1-2. Atlantic Sugar and Brazilian were un-hanged at M and 33 respec- tively. Bromptoiv gained a half point to 35. Dominion Steel was very weak opening at' 39 1-2 after closing at 41 1-4 yesterday. Breweries lost 3-S to 41, while Spanish River lost a half point to 70. Other issues, were quiet. Toronto Stocks TORONTO, Mar. Acute weak- ness in Dominion Steel Corporation Corn--No. 2 low 67. miied 6G; No. 2 yel- and Canadian General Electric had a depressing influence on practically No. 2 every stock traded in on the stock exchange this morning and. with on'e or two exceptions the noon close quo tations were below those o( last state. of fugitives iring for en- ish advices The Serbian Situation strike, at least for the time being is attributed by the leaders to the poverty of the men, which would not admit of their existence without their between Russia and Siberia have ti i raBe' However' tne temper of Deen cut for more than a fortnight, Henry Drayton, federal minister of finance, stated that an era of over-! production and extravagant buying! had culminated last summer and was succeeded by an extreme swing of' the pendulum to a period of restrict- almost entire -lying. The result, has been a condition of relative un- employment and industrial stagna-. tion. lie recommended as one means j of relief for both ot ttfese conditions and of the depreciated value ot the' Canadian: dollar, and also to stimu- i late Canadian Industry, a campaign of i purchasing Canadian products, grown and manufactured, where possible to obtain in place ot imported goods. Unwise Coal Buying Sir Henry stated that the price of I coal had been Increased two dollars j a ton by unwise buying abroad. I In reference to taiation, Sir Henry gave ligures to show the enormous, charges arising out .of the war. He! refuted the impression that the rich i escape taxation at the expense of the poor, instancing the income tax in this regard. the laborers in Uie Essen district Is reported such that it Is feared the agi- tation may develop a menacing sit- uation today. Allied troops, five thousand 'strong with four tanks and three river craft are but the.military are not in evidence, except that dou- ble sentries were at the street corners with machine gims. Allied "Slavery" Alongside of the order of the French general of occupation which was post- ed in public places, was the.proclama- tion by President Ebert, calling the people to bear up peacebaly, under! allied "slavery." General De Goutte's I order places the miners and other! functionaries oi'publie utilities under j LONDON. Alar. Sir Henry said he believed if there i ._.... ot( part projucel. au j effort for cheaper production, the I trade situation in Canada would quick- ly right itself and the country return to a greater prosperity than iu the i past. says an official wireless message from Moscow toHay. The break is ascrib- ed to the work of social revolution- aries. A Tokyo dispatch of March sixth quoted travellers arriving iu Vladivostok from Chita, seat of the Bolshevik far eastern Siberian re- public, as stating that an anti-soviet movement had been started by troops and peasants in the interior ot the republic. Canada's Navy At Esquimalt Today _ Who says'Brealdast is The clock may say and habit may say it "but how about the bodilj needs, that are to be pro- vided for as the days work begins? Grape is a "go6d morning" food. Its flavor charms the taste and its nourishinc; sustain body without bur- dening the stomach. is the perPscted slbodness of whole wheat and malted barley, and when it is on the table, breakfasc is ready.