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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MARCH 14.Itt THE DAILY J1ERAU3 __. PAGE R9C MARKET REPORTS STOPPED HER HAY C.W...W by Farm l.td.. Condemned litl.M Truck KYE No. il C. No. J C.W.v.MSii 1-11't 171 No. 1 Alfalfn, -nil cutting Xo. 1 Alfalfa. 1i-t ml Mug No. il C. Mtanlartl Alfalfn.............. II.W I Chicago Grain -No. 2 Alfalfa ..........14.00 to CHICAGO, Mar. No, Mixed timothy alfalfa. U.M' In the wheat mar- to 12.00: owing to the word ot export buy- No 1 BtnoJoUt, Jt.oa to Si.M) I ,t the seaboard. Scaltlness of No. 1 irrigated to lit I viral offerings alto to lift (3 wires) i'prtcM. Opening quotations were Oat Straw .............10.W to iXMjliarch 159 to 180 1-J and 151 to .....wm followed hy reactions from top flfWM. Oats were flrmer, i-4c off to 1-Sc higha-r wttn May 42 7-8 to 43 1-S and hardening all around be- bKlnnlnt to react. CLOSE CASH J red 1M to No, 2 hart 1M1-1 to 1M 1-2. t aUwd 421-2 to 131-2; No. 2 yellow 1-1 to 1-2. 2 whlse 43 481-2; No. 3 Oar Owldale or LETKIHIDa.E OBAIN paid today tor la follow 31 10 1.43 Oata liarley FlM Winnipeg Grain Prices WINNIPEG, March the op. etnng of the market tnla montng were a IVctle stronger on -re- ported buying ot the British commis- sion over the week-end, bnt thin gave to weakness and, in the absence ui auy constructive factors, the mar- sagged, declining 4 to 5c. f In the ciislj market the demand for was not so strong while theaOf- Jrrings wore bn.small volume. Dtinng 1ho early part of the session 114.JS. were unchanged from Saturday, but Edmonton Livestock later these weakened. -No. 1 northern EDMONTON. Mar. (Dominion closing Tc over the May Prices; No receipts calves northern over ana .No. 3 at the May Market dull and draggy; good to choice steers 6.50 to 7.25; common Coarse grums moved In_sympatlijr B 800. Dutcher OTTrs buik good 5.00 to 5.50: common 4.50. Theer in a poor demand for stack- ers and feeders, ranging from 5.00 to 6.00; choice veal calves 13.00 with I white '41 to 431-2. i Clow Firturn 155; May July 4214; July Livestock CALGARY, March was no market at noon. Receipts over the week-end were: Cattle 154; calves 1; -hogs SI; np sheep. Hogv wero quoted, off-car wheat, all closing lower. Oats i-losed 1 S-Sc, lower; barley "2 l-4c to lower; flax T 3-4c lower and rye lower. Quotations: May .Tilly May July .Open. Close. 51 bnllt selling 7.00 to 9.00. Hogs, receipts 4. No sales record- ed.- Selects 14.00 oft cars. Toronto Livestock TORONTO, Mar. Yew 01 Sutorty EoM By "FraiU-ttw" 112 HAIKU Rr., ST. JOHN, N. B. "It is tint I writi) tell jrou of Ihe grwt benefit I receired from the ,usc of yonr roedieina from fruit juias. I rent suftrtr for rniny JTMTS from Jictulttktt atJCnstiftiiam. X tned everything, roiuiilvl kidney Cerrtet this condition by Or. Chaso'i Nldney-Linr Pills. DIM pill dote. JSo. i hoi, ill tMlori. pr. Chase? Kub Musterole on Forehead and Temples A beadadbe remedy without the fan- gas of "headache medicine." Relieves headache and that miserable feeling And it acts at tmcel Muiterole Is a clean, white oint- made with ofl of mustard. Better than a mustard plaster and does not blister. Und only externally, and in way can It affect stomach and heart, as MOIG internal medicines do. Excellent for aote throat, bronchitis, croup, (tiff neck, Mtluna, neuralgia, congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lum- bago, all pama and aches of the back: or spntim, eon bruises, chilbWw, ImtKl feet, colds of the chat (it often prevents HUGHS WO COLDS often a drain upon the vital forces. SCOTfS EMULSION the whole tyttem and xlrive oiit the pre- dkponng cause. receipts ket uncertain, beef I to ?11.50. Calves, receipts 347; market drajgy; choice veal steady at to Hheep, receipts lambs to good sheep strong. Hogs, receipts market un- steady; Bellini generally higher at 15c fed and watered. Wlnnlttf Livestock WINNIPEG. Mar. today 375 cattle, 415 hogs and 173 Trading this morning was quiet, little call being made for any class today. Bidding was In Una with Saturday's close. Bulk best butcher steers made to a few good female butchers choice feeder steers to The sheep and Iamb market -was quiet, a tew good lambs weighing up at hog market maintained u firm tone, selects, fed and watered changed hands at J13.75. Mor.tr.al Livestock MONTREAL. Mar. receipts ]85. With twice as many cattle on the market I today as were offered last Monday and with butchers still on strike, the mar- ket was slow and prices weak. Butcher steers, choice to Ca'lves, receipts 142; quality poor, top Sheep, receipts 100. un- j changed. Hogs, receipts 830. Selects oft cars 516; packers trying to buy lows at 3c below selects. Chicago Livestock CHICjfcO, Mar. re- j ceipts beef steers and butcher she stock slow, mostly 15 to 25 cents finality good, bulk steers to calves mostly 50c lower; Teal- ers mostly to Hogs, receipts 435000; fairly activer mostly. 10 to I5c higher than satur- day's top early; piss mostly 40 to 50c higher. Sheep, roceints opening Flow; lambs U to COc lower; slieei) steady; lamb top, earljr to shippers. Toronto Stocks TORONTO, Mar. steady to strong tone was maintained through- out the morning's trading on the To- ronto stock exchange. Fractional ad- vances were made by practically all stocks traded in, Winnipeg Railway proving the notable exception, de- clining 1 1-3 points to 40 1-2. Xoott' prieea for War and Victory were War 95 3-4. Victory 9S 1-4; 1923, 97 3-8; 1927, 97 5-8; 19S3, 98 1-4; 1934, 1937, 08 1-2. Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Mar. local stock exchange experienced one of I the brightest sMtiona it has had dur- I ing the past few months during the first half hour this morning, every I principal that appeared registering au udrance. Abitibi rose half point i 42, Atlantic Sugar a fraction to SO, I Brompton 1-S to 1-g, Laurentidii a fraction to 83 1-S, Breweries a point to 41 1-4, and Spanish Hirer a half point v to 73 1-2. -Other stocks were i chaiigo steady, tables C-4. Canadian dollars 12 3-1 per cent, discount. Closing Sales NEW YORK, Mar. titles U8; U.S. Steel 7S; U.S. Steel preferred 107 5-S, May Hold Another Plebiscite On The Liquor Question (.Continued from front Page.} last for an attack on military es- cort, have the Sinn Foinera been more profoundly stirred tban by today's executions. Although sis o'clock had been tixed for the execution of tiie first pair, it was not until that the crowd knew the (ate of tho prison- ers. At that time the following notice was posted outside, the gates: "The sentence oC tlie lau- passed on (Special Herald I j tion of making pipe-lines t'ommoii car- riers was aired at tlie meeting of tlio j commitu on private bills ui; Mynday j morning, when they had under con- j bill incorporating the i Imperial Pipe-line company. .M. Davidson, Xorth Sary, made a strong plea that tlio should be mado a coniEiion i'iirricj'. Other members of thu comniitteo did j not show much inclination to give j their views on this phase of the mat-! Cabinet Discuss What .Shall ter. The bill was finally reporter! j with certain amendmfjnts of a minor; nature; but on the understanding that; j the whole matter would Ije thrashed i out on the floor of the house. The'; I company's siclo of tho case In Ilia! question, in niitking the line u com- I carrier, was put before tuo..com- mittee by W. McAdama, who said that J if it was clouc. there would lie no i limit to tho size of the lino necessary. answer to Mr. state- ment about the common carrier law, which is in effect in Kansas, he said that this practice had ruined the trade. Strong representations aguinat making tlie company a common car- rier were mado by James Weir, (In- Nanton, who said that it Be Done to Settle the Con- troversy (Siieciu! in Uiq liel'ald) Mar. provincial plebiscite to fletermino whether the Alberta government shall control alj- solutely the sail? of liquor in the pro- vince, something along the lines of the British Columbia act, or proceed further in tho hitherto-rather unsuc- cessful attempts toward making the province "bono is a strong pos- sibility for the forthcoming summer.! This, the' Herald learns on unim- peachable authority, was one of the questions discussed at an all-day ses- j sion Saturday, of the provincial cabl- was not fair that they should be ask- i ed to spend millions on tho line, and j then bo forced to carry the oil for "fly-by-night-gentry who wero lucky i enough to strike ml.. He referred to the attempt which, he said, was being made to force .tljjit'Hvesteni Canada Heat, Light and Power company to cany gas into Calgary. Thomtia Wheslan uml Patrick 'Morau, found guilty of murder, and on Thom- as Brian, Patrick Ooyle. Frank Flood and Bernard Ilyan, found guilty of I high treason in levying war, has been carried into effect." No hint reached the watching crowds of the grim proceedings going on in a distant wing of'the bis pri- son, but hourly beginning at six o'clock, the Eosary was recltod. Unt. for a number of reverent voices and N JIarcU Canad- the occasional sob of a woman, pro-! Associated PressJ-Wost Brom- foitncl silence was Short- and Chelsea played a first diyls-, ly after posting of the notice thai the soccer game this afternoon, the executions had been carried out. the score being 1-1. Olid Country Football Scores Tho draw for the! vast gathering dispersed silently, many later attending tlie funeral Patrick Doyle's twiu bahy. Mrs. Doyle with the oilier twin in her arms, visited her husband yesterday j to say good-bye. Mrs. Brian, who was taken suddenly ill before her bus-1 band's sentence was contained, was not told until yesterday thut lie was to bo executed today. She was con- veyed to the prison yesterday after- noon for., a farewell visit. Every church was crowdetl at masses cele- bated after the executions for the re- pose of the six men's souls. The the city is rife j with anxiety and expectation off ear-1 ful developments to follow the bang-; Ings. Except for a few lorry loads ot i military on tho'alqrt with rifles at! "the ready" there was a conspicuous absence of crown forces in the streets today and not an armed soldier was visible. All the relatives of tlio executed men a request for their bodies, but up to 1 o'clock this after- noon, no reply had been received from the authorities. third round of the northern union Riigoy cup games 9 Halifax vs. Widnes. Leigh oniWarringtoii vs. Bradford. Dewsbnry vs. Itochdale. Hudderstield vs. Leeds. KMIOIDS quiet. Wall Street Stecka NEW YORK, March week opened on the stock exchange with heavy speculative, selling setting in, which forced nome important issues- to a parity with last week's lowest figures. Pressure was most prouounc- ed against tho oils, steels, raflroad, Baldwin und Sears-lloehuck. Mexican Petroleum, Pan-American and General Asphalt lost a-4 tn a point. Crucible Steel, Soars-Roebuck, Famous Players, Baldwin, Union Pacific, St. Paui, Head-- ing and IT, Steel lost a half to 2 points. Chicago, Northwestern pre- ferred, Kelly, Springfield and Norfolk Wid Western gained 1 1-2 to 2 3-4 points. These "erB shadort wliea the waaMiaas elsewhere became acute. Oils rallied during the morning on reassuring advices. Moilcan Petrol- eum and Pan-American recovering 2 to I 1-? yo'.nts. The rebound was jstaiufl hy in as difficuA to .reconcile with, full maintenance of tht government's declared policy.0 Lord Leo pointed out that the economies included a reduction In the number of capital ships In full commission from 20 to 16 shops as compared with 38 in 1314. "This 'Is the smallest that will enable the essential sea-' going technical training of offi- cers and men to be carried out properly" the statement asserted. Other Reductions Other changes announced by Lord LBD are Uio placing in reserve of "one of the four, destroyer flotillas of the Atlantic fleet, reduction of the Xonth American and Kouth African squad, runs by one cruiser each, com- plete temporary withdrawals iif tin South American .squadron and the reduction of tho personnel of the fleet ilurins 1921 to 321X00' nicn as: with men during 1920.' (Those changes, dictated almost en. tlrply Iiy the needs of economy, ac- cording to Lord Lee, ''make (t inVuni- bent on the atlmirulty to maintain a reduced navy In a state of the 'high- est Twssible efficiency." pursu- ance of this policy, eleht 'armed with 12-Inch now In re- will --iiOWidd ta Uw JB' Prominent Rochester Citi- zen Tried Ten To Get Relief, But Tanlac Is Only Thing That Helped Him. JAMES J. BEASLEY Of Rochester, New York, Ona of thfi to testify regard- ing tho powers of Tanlac, the cele- brated medicine which has been ac- complishing such remarkable results, is James J. 102 Elmrtorf Avenue, Rochester, New York. Mr. Beaaley has been chiet record keeper for tho Department of Water Works, city of Rochester, for thirty yoara and is a well known and -highly rc- sixsctctl citizen. In 'referring to tlie remarkable recovery of his health by tLrf use Tanliic, Mr. Beasley said: "I have fteeiV'tryuis for ten years to find rftlir-f from u cjisri of dys- Pflpatn. Nothing ever helped me to Amount to anything untlL I got Tan- lac. This is saying a great (teal, for I did everything it Fuenis that a man could do to find relief. Of course, I was hardly over sick enough to go to bed and was most always able to keep going, but I just never felt right. At tlniM during those ten years, my .Ktonun'li would beconu; pour like vinegar. I would have; an, uncomfortable- liloalcd-np feeling af- ter outing that -would 'last for hours. I glittered a sreat final from nausea. Al, tlmfiH my hoart would fluttor and jmlpitato and I would become alarmed over my condition. My nerves were on rilft'o all the time, and 1 became irritable, nervous and rr-Btlefis. T IKK! nn strength or energy to rio anything. In fact T -wasn't liko mysoll! at all. Kveu or two it was an effort for me to pet out of my chair and I folt stiff tlttd as un 'ol'l horvc.' "ti. is really romarkablo what Tan- his has accomplishail in my casn. H haw rnlievfid me entirely of indiges- tion. I never havn that HiKtrosaing feeling any morn after eutiiif'. and I f foel fine in ovwy way. T I will 'always foci grateful for what; this wonderful 7netltcine haa dontj forj mo and I urn only too glad to give it my heartiest Tanlac is nolrt tn Lethhrfdgn by P. Higinbotbrun MinltPd, Dfi'-v- BAILIFFS SALE UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A SEIZURE FOR RENT GIVEN IY Guarantee Co., Landlord, and G. W. Harding, Tenant ;inil tu me directed against the fcoods and chattels of G. W. Harding mimed iu tin: saiil Distress Warrant, I llavft .seized tho following k'oods. namely: 1 Circular Saw Machine 1 Surface Planer 1 Buzz Planer Machine chine 1 Electric Motor Shafting and WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE On Tuesday, 15th Day of March, 1921 At Harding Woodworking Shop, near Corner 4th Ave. N. and 15th St N. AT THE HOUR OF'2.30 P.M. Dated Letlibrulge. Mardi 2nd, 1821. T. J, SIMONS, AUCTION SALE O.F- FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS ON EAST HALF OF 39-9 19. SIX MILES N.E. OF COALDALE AND FOUR MILES WEST OF CHIN ON TUESDAY, MARCH 15TH, 1921 COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK. FRANK WADD1NGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AS ABOVE Brown Mares. 9 years old, 1400 Ibs. eacli; one lirown Mare, 7 years old, about 1400 one 7 years old, about 1350 Ibs.: oae Colt, coming two years old: nine head at Cattle, including good. MILK COWS, YVarlings'and two Brood Bows and a fev dozen' Chicktne. FARM 13-20 EMMERSON TRACTOR. in first-class running order, having just been overhauled; one set at 10 Engine Double Discs; one S-bottom Engine Gang, breaker uuil stubble bottoms; Deeriug Drill, good Wagon. McConniclc Hinder, Fanning Mill, Grindstone, Mower, Rake, 3-seetion T..CVOV Harrow, Walking Plow, one DeLaval Croam Separator; also two sets ot Double Work Harness. HOUSEHOLD splendid PIANOFORTE, American make, in Al order; Extending Dining Tables, Tllroe- piece Parlor Set. Oak Dresser, Aiminster Rat, Brussels HUB, Uoal Oil Stove etc. SALE AT ONE O'CLOCK. Terms of Sale: and under Cash, over one-fourth cash, balance by approved notes due November 1st neit. Eight, uer cent, discount for cash on accounts over J25.00. Parties re- quiring credit must prepared tn ibsolutely bankable security. W. H. DeMOTTE. Owner. E. B. JUBSON, Clerk. Auctioneer's Phones 770 and 463, Ltthbridgc. AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK, IMPLEMENTS AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS I HAVE RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE OWNER TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION On the old Dairy Ranch of Lloyd Devine, 2 miles south of the Jail, 5% southeast of Lethbridge ON FRIDAY, MARCH 18TH AT 10 O'CLOCK SHARP ABOUT 30 HEAD OF CHOICE SELECTED DAIRV COWS It) high-grade Holatclii Cows; C Ayrshire Cows; 7 Durham Cows; H Heifers, 2 years old, supposed to be iu call', 4 Calves, high grade; 1 Hoi- stein Bull, coming S years old; 1. one-year-old Steer. Bay Mare, S years old, in foal; 1 Black Mare. S years olj. in foal; 1 Brown OeUling, S years old; 1 Black Gelding, rising years: 1 Black Gelding, rising 2 yearn; 1 Driving Team, 8 years old; 1 Bay Team, matched, 8 years old, weight 2300 Ibs WAGONS, IMPLEMENTS, Lumber AVagous with Talks: 2 Truck Wagons; 2 Hay Racks; 1 Staude-Tractor on Ford car, com- plete; I ataude-Trautor attachments for Ford ear: I McCorniick Cora Binder: 1 Uorn and Potato Cultivator; 1 Mussey-IIarris Disc-Harrow: :t Double Disc Drill, with Engine Hltcii and Horse Hitch; 2 Engine Gang 1'lowa (Mollnel, extra Breaker Bottoms; 1 John Deere Sulky Plow; 1 Ditcher and Grader: i float; 1 Massey-Harria Binder; I. MiiBscy-Harris Mower; 1 Hay Rake; 1 Deering Stacker; 2 Deerlng. Push Hakes: 1 set Lover Harrows. 5 2 Drills; I Harrow Carl; 1 Heavy Democrat AA'agou; 1 Ford Car; 1 Hog Self-feeder; 2 Wheelbarrows; 1 Power White Washing Machine: 1 Feed Grinder; 1 Hoot Pulper; 1 belt jiower Emery Grinder; 1 Fordson'Pulley; 1. FanniiiK Mill; 1 s-i horsepower Gasoline Engine; .1 Auto Top for Mr-Uiughlln Auto! 1 DeLaval Cream Separator, Xo. 10; 1 Graiii Plckler; 1 Grindstone; 3 sets Double Harness; Shovels. Pitch Forks, Moos; 1 ice Saw; 1 la-gallon Barrel Chum; 100 feet 2-lnch Pipe; 4 sacks Planter, 1 barrel of Lime. HOUSEHOLD' Heating Stoves; 1 Kitchen Kango; 1 Oil Stove 2 Kitchen Tables; S Chairs 1 WiishHtaml: 1 Looking Glass; 1 bbl. Churn (10 1 Washing Machine and Wrlnser; Cnoktag Utensils; 2 Beds, Springs and Mat- trejscp; 1 Iidnin; 8 Linoleum; 1 Woollen Carpet. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE FREE LUNCH J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer N. N. MeGUIRE, Clsrk. ;