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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. MARCH 11. 192t THE LETHBRIDQE DAIT.7 HERALD PAtTO FTVS MARKET REPORTS HAY PRIC'M by Farm Prodnett, Ltd., Uthbrldge) No. 1 Alfalfa, 2nd cutting No. 1 Alfalfa, ln jus- mission Investigating highways, Mr. Riddel 1 and Latchforcl for acting DID TORONTO JUDGES CONTRAVENE ACT? Canada Botchers May Go On Strike Consider Wage Schedule Freiented They Will Do So OTTAWA. March Clark is asking If the attention of Uio Kov-1 ilen eminent has beun tailed to the cvid- enfce given by R. T. Harding, before u committee of the Ontario legislature Mar. 11.-A nation, wide-, striko or butchers and meat cut- lers may be aoon called with the ob- iJect of victory for the men that trade who aro no' K. on strike international or- the of each-to Jus- MacKenile aald that Premier Murray hitd not to tho request of the WINNIPEG. March partv that ..___t i imp ,1 fc" Receipts .ITS cattle and 380 hogs. Trading was lest activo today due principally to the lighter run. Medinm oooa were draggy and the price fully He lower but the remainder of the tilllne clawes and atockeri and feeders held steady under fair demand. Hogs unchanged, telecta IU.7 There was no trading on the sheep during the session. This was attrib. uted to Argentina's government decls ion tot to place a surtax on wheat market. making It possible for ,.e opean buyers to obtain wheat afa! March e- considerable lower price there. Fut- vres closed 5-8 to 2 7-8c lower An top steers built demand for cafh wheat .10; ml to packers] ber be appointed by the federul gov- ernment. Hon. Mr. Armstrong replied, statins that the government. Imd never ques- tioned the right of farmers and liihor men to organise. The debate was continued tor the oppoaition by Norman Way. Sydney, who scored the government for neg- lecting labor legislation, which he said, was badly needed. prosecuting counsel. Mr. Clark is also asking if the acceptance of money conitituted a contravention of the Judges' Act, 1920, and if it what action the government contemplates. Action la Dismissed TORONTO. March brought tinued, hut offerings were scarce and ireinlums hardened by another half cent, being 8 cents over for No. 1 nor- thern. Coarse grains were all lower in sym- pathy with wheat. Oats closed 1 to 1 l-2c lower; barley 1-4 to Ic lower; flax 1 1-2 to 3c lower and rye 2 l-2c lower. Quotations May July Ma; July May July .May July ,ii Cash Prices No. 1 Nor...l92% No. 2 Nor. largely at 111 to Hogs, receipts lights weak to 15c lower; heavies slow, mostly 15 to 25c lower; pigs weak to 16c lower. Sheep, receipts opening very slow; about steady, limbs top Mriy 110.50. Toronto Itotltt TORONTO, March con- trary to the trend of attain on the 0 Close 'New York market, the Toronto stock exchange recorded a firmer tendency In the trading this naming. General Electric sprang Into prominence with a gain of 1 1-2 at 114 1-2 and under Its lead paper stocks pushed their way toward higher prieM. Noon prices for War and Victory loang were: War 9! 1-8; 1937. Victory 98 1-4; 97 5-8; 1924, 96 1-4; 1927, 97; 1983, IS; 1934, 95 1-4; 1937, 99 5-8. Montreal MONTREAL, March stock exchange was quiet during the first 171 51 32% 80 370% 31% SI 183% 187 163 Montreal Try To Get 4 Cabinet Place For Gmuthier of Quebec OTTAWA, Mar. Press.l f. Casgrain hat given notice that he will enquire., of the government 1C it has received .a petition from the Montreal Progressive club aiklng for the admiaslon of L. J. Gauthler, mem- ber for St. Hyacinthe to the federal cabinet and If so, what the govern- ment Intends doing in tbe matter. aa ooiumlHuloBera at a at which Mr. Harding public inquiry appeared ganixcr of the men's union, stated thin morning that unless the packers hero agree to consider the schedule ing employees, who would get into touch with all tho affiliated locals ot REPRIEVE FOR TIU.ITT LONDON, liar. dian Associated reprieve of Chan. Tellett. Can- adian loldier. under sentence nf In Urlitoo for ihe murder of ilster-lu-law, Mrs. Ada Juno Woodbine As-- kew. was announced today by the homo secretary, Edward Hhortt. OkotobWl Protest Case Claim Play "Should" Have Bi Stopped When Goal Port., Were Displaced the Amalgamated Butcher Workers' Meat Cutters and Union in Eastern Canada and tho economic of their unions would be used to the fullest extent, even to a strike from Halifax to Winnipeg to force the ia- sue. Thif. Kiiid Mr. Jones, would probably tio up the whole meat In- i diiftry throughout Canada. ALMAltASI TTO Gallant Officers Rtctive Fortune an Result of Ad- miralty Decision LONDON. Mar. Ai- four jwre' correcpondence the admiralty hie at (Special the Herald.) CALGAT.Y, Mar. will tend full hen tfcla evening to lodge befert 8. P. aecretary the Alberta Amateur Hotkey Ae- against the flrat fell that Blalrmore ccered In the lifne here Thursday night. They eldln that elay ahould have when the goal potta pined. Customs returns for February in Saraia give tho total import duty ai I8CJ5S and the sales tax as 923. NEW YORK CRIME I are embezzlement of sums from 1 Post. tbi NEW YORK, Mar. armed bandita early today enter- ed the Eighth avenue jewelry of Abraham Harris, tied hia handc, ahot him to death and es- caped, with aeveral trays of dfa- mondc. AUTHOR ROSARY" DEAD LONDON, D. Barclay, the novelist, died yesterday at Limpsfteld Court, Surrey, after an operation. She was born in was the author among other works of "The "The Wheels of etc. 189% No. 3. Nor.. .186% No. 4 Nor.. .179% No. 5 No. ti Feed Track, Manitoba, Saikatchewan and Alberta 19114 OATS- NO. a c.w... 49% NO. s c.w... 45 Extra No. 1 feed 45 No. 1 Feed. 43 No. 2 Feed. 48 TrMk 49% No. 3 C.W... 85 No. 4 C.W... 73% Rejected ....82% Feed 62 Track 81 FLAX- NO. 1 N. W. C No. S C.W... 175% No. 3 C.W... 181% Condemned 148% Track 179% RYE- NO: 3 C.W 163 Chicago Grain CHICAGO, llarch Prices de- clined In the wheat market today aa a result of general commission house halt hour this morning with prices for the most part ateady yester- day's closing prices. Wall Street Ctoekt NEW YORK, March tion of railroad sharM nude further progress in the heavy opening of to- day's stock market. Leading indus- trials, shippings and moton continued their reaction. London showed no material elmo from terday's final qaotattou. Trading during Boning was on the most comprebemrrt acale of any ao far thli year, firtt honr'3 dealings appmtlnwtlnc KO.OOO An unusual feature wma the frequent aale of low priced rails, cop- pers, motora and apaeMtlM li of shares or more. Olli made ex- treme losses of 1 to I points, steels, coppers and (ell 1 to 3 and secondary or cheap rails were 1 to 1 1-2 point! lower. Inyestment transportations lost 5 1-S Ship-1 pings, tobaccos and specialties alto selling, based largely on disturbed in-j suffered" moderately in the wider dustrlal conditions. Bears put some movement. Call money opened and stress also on official figures showing renewed into neit week at 7 per cent, that total stocltn of wheat in the Tin-: out the demand, wai light. Prices fell ited Marcli 1. were in the afternon atttr a brief bnahels In excess of private estimates. Bull! failed to make much headway assertions that the most critical period of the growing wheat crop was coming on. Initial prices "which rang-1 Tobacco Marco 165 to 165 1-2, and May Points and thi pause. New featnrei of weakness were found in American Car, Pressed Steel Car, Mercantile Marine prefer- red, Stromberg Carbnretor and Sum- Numerous letters of enquiry are being received from outside points in every mail by those who placed their ads in the Vaux- hall pages issued by The Lethbridge Herald recently. Resulfs will be many and beneficial." a Vauihlll diBpatcli to the Herald.) to salvage her but owing to the dan- ger Into which they were running wen; ordered by their superior officer to abandon the attempt. However, they persisted in their effort and auc- ceeded in salvaging the ship and her valuable cargo. Originally the admiralty allowed their claim for salvage but later with- drew their assent. The admiralty now acknowledges that there l< no doubt of the gallantry and enterprise displayed by the sailors. HOW WOMEN OF MIDDLE ME Etcape tJke DreaM t rf Tkrt fuM by Ta Mr, Bledk'i AJrke AU8TRIA WILL ASK FOR LONG CREDITS Hopkins, Mmn.r- of Lite I had hot flaahM :1 ham'. VegetiW. Compound tised and got good from it I your te PARIS, Mar. May- er of Austria and the other members of the Austrian delegation on it! way to London to dtvcusi Austrian ques- tions with the allied supreme coun- cil, passed through Paris today. "We are going to London with an entire- ly pacific object, to long credits that we can commence said the chancellor. "We do not wtih to be the beggars of Europe, but we Med aid'" tf, Lydi, E. Ompound. U fou have tkeaHgbtest doubt that TORONTO. March U.-NafrtfitiB, will open In Tomto harbor o. April 1 or April 2 winter set. to; again. EAHLY NAVIOATION SS w monial. "-Mrr MS, Hhu been laid that not one woman in t tbooawtd thfe perfectly ni- without experiencing a tnin of very annoying; and some Ptinfsl Tbon dreadful kot sinking ipelh, the eyea, dttiy 1 .mil Ljm, about your health. 35C to 150 3-4 were followed moderate further setbacks and then something of a rally. Corn descended with wheat, after opening 3-S to 7-8c off, including May lost 8 1-3 to 4' iy j points ana the decline in Delaware, i Lackawanna and Western extended to 9 points. i N. V. Funds I NEW YOEK, March It-Sterling, exchange heavy; demand 1-2; j The market continued cables 1-4. Canadjan dollar! 12 3-8 per cent, discount. j. Closing Stltt i NEW YORK, Mar. a Ht S3 3-8 to 70. to sag. Oats were governed by the action of otlier jraln, starting 1-4 to 3-4c low- er, May -14 1-8 to 44 1-2 and then weak- ening still more. CLOSE FUTURES 182 1-4; May 1531-2. 63 1-4; July 71 5-8. 43 3-8; July 44 1-2, CLOSE CASH 2 red 174; No. 2 hard Ml 1-2 to 163. 3 mixed 62 1-2 to 62 3-4; No. 3 yellow 62 1-4 to 63. 2 white 43 1-3 to 44 1-4; No. 3 white 42 to 43. I Calgary Livestock CALGAHY, Mar. all the stockyards today were: Cattle i 163; calves 14; hoga 136. Ths market was quiet with prices steady. Steers, medium to .good fti.25 to heifers and cows, medium to good -to stocker cows and heifers f4 to wethers {7.50. Hogs Jli.25 off cars for selects. -C.P.R. no 7-8; us. Bteel 78; tr.s.jTWO MORE KILLED IN Steel preferred 107 5-8. CRAZED MOTHER KILLS THREE BABES, WOUNDS THREE, SHOOTS HERIELP LOVETT, Wyo., March J. WattWs, wife of a prominent rancher In. the Big Horn basin, rilght shot and killed three of her children, wounded three others, and reloading the revolver, killed herself. Two of the children were reported while one may live. dying, FIRE IN CARGO BOSTON, Mnrch steamer Halerick, brought a Il.a00.000 cargo of jute from India yestorday after a fight with nre that lasted four day! and night! through the Red Sea and the Mediterranean. The, flames de stroyed 700 bales the-cargo. IRISH REPRISALS Mar. party of armed disguised men yesterday at Thurles shot and killed Lawrence Toronto Stick-up He Is a Stool Pigeon CORONER'S INQUEST IN TORONTO TRAM SMASHi PROGRESS EKOOT sure to what is re manufac- and the are through tht give full ran TOOBX styli that orovc bcvond.1 MONTREAL TORONTO WINNIPEG VANCOUVER TOO BROS.L I Want to see a sleight of hand" trick? Watch me make POST TfcASTIES (SVntLlOK CORN FIAJCES) do the "disappearing ace -says TORONTO, March Miller, one of four men on trial yesterday on Hickey, a Republican, und William 'several chnrges of and Louchano, a Sinn Fetnor. It v pro-1'heft in this city, created something sumed they were shot in reprisal for i of a. sensation by going into the wit- the killing of James Maher and Pat. box and swearing Shat he had rick O'Mara, former soldiers, near' an arrangement with certain detec- Thurles, Tuesday night. Several liou- lives ami jjolicemen whereby he was In Thurles were-raided but their to participate in certain shop break- occupant! eecapad. J. j. O'Kelty, and then gii-o information to the Sinn. Fein member of the British par- police that would result in the arrest liament, and editor of the Catholic j and conviction of hia confederates. Bulletin, has been arrested. He makea i i..... the 35th member ot the Jrlsh parUa-' ment now in custody. RESTRICTIONS ON LIQUOR SALE IN BRITAIN NOT LIKELY TO BE REMOVED LONDON, March Associated movement is among a numerous group of members of parliament to urge the government to remove the war-time restrictions upon the of liquor. Probably some ettenstan of the pres- ent hours of opening may be granted, but It Is certain the country will never go back to pre-war hours. Llcenge holders themselves are op- posed to a return to the pre-war con- dition In this regard. DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS TORONTO, Mar. witness here last night in the coroner's session her last night in the coroner's'inquest into the death of John Evans, who died from injuries received in a col- lision between a westbound street car and a derail 3d easUiound trailer on the Oerard street bridge last Friday evening when IT passengers were in- jured. In addition to the one fatality two or three Avsre seri- ously injured. inquest was adjourned until Monday, March 21. Conflicting evi- dence wag given as to the speed of i the cars at the time of the accldont. i The testimony as to the speed of the cars varied from 6 to miles an hour. I I. BUILDING IN U. V I SHOWS IMPMOVCMENTt NEW TORK, March flrjt definite sign of Improvement in the tnildlng trader- throughout the United States is found In the, Ftbrtiary' bulld- ng returns to announced i today. These shew expendl-j titre li 14J cities for the Mcond month of year of While, this a decrease of 26 per cent, from of a year ago, It Is a gam of ti per cent. of this Smoke A Jittinctiut FRENCH AND TURKS TO CEASE HOSTILITIES LONDON, Mar. Briand before leaving for Paris this morning conferred with the Turkish National- ist delegation in London and reached an u'greement with It on tho Question of rapid, evacuation by the French of Ciiicla, Asia Minor. An agreement was also reached for the immediate j exchange of prisoners, a cessation of' hostilities between the French and Nationalists, on measures to ensure j the safety oi' the persons and prp- i perty of and for the pro-i faction of minorities in the evacuated territory. U.S. POSTAL SAVINGS SHOW BIG INCREASE WASHINGTON, Mar. flna'nt'lal condition! described as "dis- turbed" postal sitings deposit! In the United State! lait month amount- ed to more than the post- office department announced today. Total depoalti In the system on March wera Approximately Every muit judge for himself u to whether he can. mike hit old hat do for SltUtmStyU StctHm ggtlity Stttsm Worth The same today as for Si years utfund by the Stttion SfaUtj Mark in Erery Hat V John B. Section Company The saving is only a titw dollars at most. Hardly worth while if one has to feel just a little shabby all the time. Stand squarely in front of the mirror, put on your old hat and look at it. Then drop into the nearest good hatter and try on one of the new Spring Stetson models. STETSON Sole CnMtfim C. Hcrrty, Toronto ;