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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HRRALI) PAGE FIV1) MARKETREPORTS No. 3 C.W... 14511 H2Vi No. 1 N. W. T Condemned Track Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Mar. Fresh strength developed ill the wheat market today chiefly as u result of buyin? on tho part of u houso with teaboaul con- nections. Scantiness of tho visible supply savo tho advantage. Trading, however, lacked volume. HAY PRICES XFurnldheil by Finn Products, Ltd., I.eUibrlclBe) No. I Alfalfa, 2nd i-ullins .....I20.M N'o. 3 Alfalfa, 1st cnttiiiK JS.IMI Standard Alfalfa.............. IB.OO No. 2 Alfalfa ..........14.00 to 1J.OO No. 1 Mixed timothy and alfalfa 24.01) Unlit mixed ...........20.00 lo 22.00 No 1 Bluejolnt, irrtgtttoil 23.00 to 26.01) No. 1 Timothy, irrigated to Wheat Straw (3 wires) 10.00 Oat Straw .............10.00 to 12.00 lots, t'.o.b. Coaldale or Lothbridgo. LETHBRIDCE GRAIN PRICES Prices paid today for 'grain in Leth- rrldcc, wagon load lots, follow: Oats Harley......................50 Flax U3 Winnipeg Grain Markets WINNIPEG, liar. future niarkets today were unsettled with- out auy very decided tendency, al though prices were mostly emoted higher than close. Busi ness was only spasmodic, hut on the there was a fairly large volume ef the market closing to 2 3-8c higher. There wss a better demand in the cash market and premiums gained half a cent, being quoted at C 1-2 and 4 1-2 cents over, and l-2c under for Hie three top grades. Coarse grains arc still quiet, there Being little or no demand in sight from' either export or eastern buy- ers. Oats closed :i-fc higher, barley 1-8 'to Me higher, flax 11-1 to 2c liigiier'and rvt! Ic higher. Quotation B Open. May ISO July............ 107% TU'ay -IS'-j 4Syi July May............ TB'.i Julv............ 76-Ji 77 May............ 377 ITT'l July IS'-U 1S1U May............... Cash Prices NO. 1 XOV...IST.TA xo. 2 Xo. -No. -t 107% -No. C Xor... 111 "S j-eed Track, Manitoba. Saskatchewan, 5 points and minor rails also Improv- ed, ('all woasy was again plentiful ut 7 per ernt. Atlantic Gulf and oilier early wtak rallied ut mid-day, followlnn the further upward trend ot tho cral lilt. Oils, vails and equipments continu- ed lo dominate motfrnent, Meil- Petroleum, Houston Oil, Heading. I'nion Pacific, lllinoU Central and Baldwin showing cspocial strength. lulls, shippings, steels and nils wore ut maximum quotations ot the session later, though buying was partly checked by another drive against Atlantic Gulf. The closing was strong. Closing Sales NEW YORK, Mar. nalee: 0. r. It. 114U; U. S. Steel U. S. Btecl preferred New York Funds NKW YOUK, Mar. cx- 1-3. Canadian dollars 12 1-4 per cent, discount. Chicago Board of Education will bo in debt will have reach- ed the limits of its'liorrowiup; power and he abeolnlely bankrupt in 1922, W. T. McCoy, president of school committee. Oponing unchanged to Ic higher with cnango steady, demand cables March 156 to 156 1-2 and May 149 io 149 1-2, the markef made moderate upturns all around. Oats wero firmer, opening 1-4 to 5-Sc higher with May 431-8 to 431-4 and later holding about the initial CLOSE FUTURES 1H; May 1S11-2. July 71 S-S. 43 1-8; July 44 1-2. Calgary Livxtock CALGARY, Mar.. cattle market opened steady to fair today. Receipts: Cattle 408, calves 6, hogs 90. No sheep. Choice steers 7.35-to 8.25: medium1 good C.OO to 7.00; choice heifers and cows JG.10 to medium to Rood to 6.00; choice calves 7.50' to 8.00; good and feeders (j.OO. No shepp or hoge sold. recorded sale of hogs 14.25 to 14.50 off-car weights. Edmonton Livestock EDMONTON, Mar. re- ceipts 122; calves 3. Market active; prices steady with stronger under- tone; good to choice steers to 57.50; common to choice cows 15.50 to IS; good to common stocker ?.nd feeder cattle (5 to choice veal calves with bulk good ones to canners 52.50 to ?3; hulls ?3. Hogs, receipts 117; selects J14.25 off cars. Sheep, receipts 2; no sales; prices steady. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Mir. today were ex- tremely light; 180 cattle, 165 hogs and J3 sheep being unloaded. Tho market was fairly active, bidding on most classes and grades being in line with Tuesday's close. In the stocker and feeder division, quotations in spots WfEREBDAY AND NIGHT The Tortures ef Dyspepsia Relined By "Fnrit-s-tiw" Biis IVoi, C, B. "I was a terrible sufferer from Dyspepria ttmtt for years. t hud pain after belching raa, oauiut and did not sleep well at night. Finally, friend uutt In a week, the Otaltipation was eomeisd >oon I was of pain, and tint miserable feeling that Dyspepsia. I continued to take this splendid faint mediciae) and 1 am well, strong ani ROBERT NEWTUA. 50c. a box, 6 trial size 25s. At all dealers er sent postpaid kf Fniit'A-tlves Limited. Ottawa. Raymond's Luck Didn't Break Right For Them in the Gillette Cup Finals Veterans Ask Amendments To Present Insurance Act Want Maximum Policy and Benefits Extended to War Widows in view of tho stipulated conditions of payment to the bene- ficiaries that tho maximum amount of I tho policy bo increased to 310.000. no reductions be made from I tho payment of insurance in respect Lead For Several Minutes at First Hut Bad Breaks Lost Them Advantage (Special lo the KUMO.NTOX, Mar. everything that a real basketball team possesses, the University of Alberta quintet stepped out last night in their own gym and won tho provincial championship and possession of the Gillette Cup by trimming Usypionrt's representatives by a score of The garni! was a. brilliant affair, iibly the best that lias ever been staged in this city, and the big crowd ,of spectators were kept on edgo from the time the fracas commenced until tho smoke of usttlo had died away. j Although tho collegians finished up with a lead of 20 points, he would have been a rash individual "who would have made a prophecy five minutes before the finish that the Raymond five would be defeated. Raymond Advantage at Start Coins into the game, the second of the series for the title, four points behind, the students showed trices of nervousness at the commencement and caused their backers considerable anxiety. The long reach and height of their sturdier opponents, coupled i with an overhead system of combina- j lion, had Ihe green and gold outfit in a tangle for a few minutes, and when the visitors scored the first throe points it was evident that the locals Hiitfhart. r. f. Nocltnr. f. Muusitu. r. Hamilton, r. York, I. d. Conrad, sub 1'arruiy, sub Total Vanity 18 U t (I (1 S 4 li Officials: Valentine and Slovens. DIES BEFORE HE HA8 HIS GRAVE COMPLETED HAZELTON, Pi., Death from a pirnlytic lerdiy prevented Fnrk terllli completing dlg- ding of his own grive, It known today. iFriends.Mld of- ten expressed fear he wauld not live much longer and two fore hf died he begin digging hit grave In a local cemetory. was 74 old. Dr. T. McRltchie, M.O.H., recom- mends that Chatham and Kotit county build a sanitarium for consumptives. WRIGLEYS "After Every Meal" and Alberta .No. C.W... -18% No. 3 C.W.. Extra No. 1 feed 1 Feed.. No. J Feed. Trak No. n.w... S3vi No. c.w.. Feed........ CO'a Track Xo. i C. appeared to 25 to 50 .cents stronger. On the sheep and lamb market busi- ness was slow with fair lambs making The hog market remained steady with selects Montreal Livestock MONTREAL, liar. were 74 cattl calves, 21 sheep and 420 hogs for sale on the two markets this morning. 1 Up to 11 a.m. a few lots ot calves 39% 48% 1U UL lilr; uvyi. enable all disabled soldiers to fully safeguard the future of their depend- i leted, or that fradulent representa- i tions be the only grounds upon which White. Pensions accoumant of returned-soldiers msiir-! Extend to War Widows -That tho beceh'ts of this act be applications fo" OTTAWA, "Mar. Press.) amendments to the Insur- ance Act wero before the special houso committee on re-establishment this morning. C. G. HacXeil, Dominion secretary of the G.W.V.A. was given the same rights of questioning witnesses as he enjoyed Inst year, J. W. in charge ance, stated policies recslved The amount represented by..these applications was The' amount paid in premiums was and 2.G1G policies were in ef- fect today. Average Policy The average policy in existence was Mr. White stated there had been -deaths of insured soldiers since the act became effective. James Wilson, said live insurance companies got tlioir business by having agents everywhere aud the government -should do the same in order to get good risks as well as poorer ones and thus reduce losses. Recommended amendments to the i ot pensions that may be payable to tho beneficiary as a result ot the doalli of the insured and that, section were .to have a real battle ori their hands. Raymond Luck Poor During the time Varsity were ret doalh or tile mrjiuuu nuu uurinjj IHH um'j wciu 10 of the act so amended as to, accustomed io the learn play of ll their adversaries, the Raymond ath- letes were overlooking no bets, aud were soon in the lead a lead -That section 13 of the act be de- Ulat have been greater had they any Three or four times in the first ten minutes Fairbanks shot with seeming accuracy only to see the ball roll around the inside of the hoop and then bounce out again. But with the score against them. Var- sity proceeded to take a brace, and improved steadily uutil the score was in their favor. It was tied up a second or two later, when Fisher scored from a foul, but that was the last time they were- on even t iitn me utsuuma UL ,v extended to the widows of men who .uiesM fel, on actjvo servicc. I no discrimination be shown against former members of the forces not now domiciled in Canada. Y_That tho insured he given the op- tion of indicating payment of the amount of the policy in a lump sum to the beneficiary. r C. G. Mac-Neil explaining the G.W. V proposals, urged that a longer period be allowed for the malting of application and that policies be al- lowed to a maximum of in- stead of as it present. This would allow the returned soldier to make better provision for his depend- Formei- Canadian soldiers living in You don't have to suffer BAUME BENGUit pain at neurtlfii. lumbigo, rheumatism. IEWAME OF SUUTITUTES 1.99m THEUEM1NG UIUS CQ.IT MONTREAL AftatJlor Dr. Julu BCDJU RELIEVES PAIN __ ?stion- should not be overtaxed. Since 1857 the recognized baby food has been-3 EAGLE BKAND Condensed Milk Trutnwt f tr The titna for it the finl indication of a CAM or wtre thnmf. Hit caon o a CA or wtre nm. t ti you juib light little Ismp thit nnd place it DHT the bad. Tha Hflthinr antiseptic brei relicvei eontb, the crvncia and congoition, anil protect! i for Cmfct. and Crenolenc bm been uaei] for puL 40 benefit U UDQUM- tionaklo. Send for descriptive booklet. PILES or rrotrud surgical oper- ation required dad been sold at prices ranging from JS to There were very few sales recorded in either cattle or hogs. Toronto Livestock TORONTO, Mar. receipts Trade fairly active at prices steady with yesterday's to 25c stronger In places. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO, Mar. receipts market slow; beef steers weak to 25c lower; bulk to calves unevenly lower. Bulk vealers to Hogs, receipts largely 35 to, 50c lower than yesterday's aver- age. Pigs steady; bulk desirable 80 to 120 pound weight J10 to Sheep, receipts light and handy lambs steady; good light lambs sold Toronto Stocks TORONTO, Mar. advances were made by a number of issues on the stock "exchange this I morning. O.P.R. gained 1 3-S points) at 129 7-S. Brazilian was traded in to the extent of nearly five hundred shares and augmented yesterday's gain by 3-4, closing at 33 3-4. Winnj, peg Hallway was up one at -11. Abitibi madft good recovery, selling as high. is 44 and closing at noon half a point j down from the high mark. Noon j irlcas for War and Victory bonds! were War D47-S: 1S31, 92 5-S. I Victory Loan-1922, 1923. 17B-S; 1924. 96 3-S; 1927, 571-1; 1933, 183-8; 1934, 951-S; .1937, 091-2. Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Mar. The local stock exchange was particularly strong during the early trading this morning and many substantial over- night advances "were made. Abitibi was very active, closing last night at 42 1-2. It sold this morning at 44.' Brazilian was steady at 33 1-4. Bromp- ton WHS strong, advancing 11-8 to 38, while was even stringer, rising 2 points to 86. National Brew- eries were fractionally above yester- day's close at 40 1-2. Riordon proved the exception this morning by losing a point lo 122. Spanish 'River, how- ever, was prominent among the rising stocks, strengthening from 71 7-S its closing level, to 73 1-3. Other leaders were quiet. The market closed tor the morning without any startling developments. Spanish Hfver was the strongest is- sue; making a substantial rise to 73, at which figure it closed. Wall Street Stocks N'KVV YORK, Mar. stock mai'ket opened with a firm to strong tone. Gains of. 1 to 2 points attended the early dealings in Cru- cible steel, Weatinghouso, Harvester. Pullman. Mexican Pet, tobacco, Corn Products, Motors and Hears- Roebuck. Atlantic Gulf was under further pressure, declining 3 1-2 points and European oils were inclined to react. New Haven was the heaviest of the rails. Excepting New Haven and oeveral issues which experienced further pres- sure, stockrf continued to advance during tho active forenoon, Steels, Recommended amendments to the i stiUes resented what they Insurance Act from the pensions board ,ht ;as discrimination against and-tho G.W.V.A. were taken up. J pr8sent men residing out- G.W.V.A. Suggestions Suggestions put forward by the j tho Insurance Act. G.W.V.A. were I That the period during which 1 of Canada could not benefit by plications may be received, lie extend- ed from two years to live years. i Nickel Coinage For Canadians DODDS.: KIDNEY I Minister of Finance Introduces i Resolution Providing For Its Issuance OTTAWA. Mar. Press.) Provision for nickel coinage in Can- ada is made iu a proposed resolution i of which notice has been given by Sir I Henry Draytoli, minister ot nuance. i The proposed amendment to the 1 Currency Act, provides "that nifkel coins struck by the authority of the 1 crown for circulation in Canada of ilvo cents denomination of the stand- i ard -n-eight of seventy grains ot the standard fineness of pure nickel with i proper remedy allowance, shall he i equal to and pass current for the i sum in the currency ot Canada." 1 The amendment also provides that such coins shiill bn legal tender for I payment of .11 amount 'not exceeding ten dollars. The usual provisions are made for cutting or breaking defaced coins of this currency. Xottco has been given by the solic- bills to be introduced amending acts iu connection with elections. The auiendinents proposed, are to "the Do- minion Controverted Elections "tho Corrupt Practices Act" and the "Disfranchising Act." terms. Coming with a rush for the five minutes that immediately pre- ceded the breather. Varsity ran in seven points in quirk fashion, con-j triving by some nifty work tu have au unmarked under the basket, I and out-witting the defence of the visitors in beautiful fashion. score at half time was for Varsity. Varsity Shows Class Redoubling their from the beginning of the second session, Var- sity began to show something of the class that has marked their work all through tlia season, and ran iu a quartette of ringers In short order while their opponents were only able to scoro once from a foul, the tally at this time being 27--13. But just to show they had the stuff. Raymond refused to wilt, and battling their hardest, began to rut down the lead. Raymond Comes Strong In almost less time than it takes to tell, the figures were changed to read Varsity 25. Tho Varsity rooters, realizing that their favorites were only a couple of points to the good on the round, became a trifle worried again, but that there was no necessity for being faint-hearted was demonstrated almost immediately. With about seven minutes to so, the green and gold stepped out at theii Eases Quickly When You Apply a Little Musterole. And Musterole won't blister like the old-fashioned mustard plaster. Just spread !t on with your fingers. .._..--------- It penetrates to the sore spot with a itor-general, Hon. Hugh Guthrlc, of gentle tingle, loosens the congestion and draws out the soreness and pain. Musterole ia a clean, white oint- ment mada with oil of mustard. It ia fine for Quick relief from sore throat, bronchitis, tonsilitis.croup, stint neck, asthma, neuralgia, headache. fastest clip of tho night, and rattled in fifteen points with great rapidity George Parney coming to life after an indifferent enough display earlier iu tho evening, scoring four has kets. Raymond was only 'able to add another solitary point during this time, and the game finished Varsity 2li. The score in the first game played at Raymond Saturday night was nay- mond" 34. and the final score on the round therefore; Var- sity SO; Raymond 64. The lineup and summary follows; Raymond Fairbanks, r.f............... 18 Meldrum. l.f................. Fisher, c Walker. 1. d................ 0 Slovens, r. d................ The Flavor Lasts Next time you want to concen- trate on a piece of work Just slip astickofWRIGLEVS between your teeth. It's a wonderful help in daily tasks sports as well. Hazards disappear and hard places come easy, for WRIGLEY'S gives you comfort and poise-it adds the zest that means success. A great deal forSc SEALED TIGHT KEPT RIGHT Total 20 SAVE BEFORE YOU SPEND your Bant Account be yonr ftrst concern. It will more thin repay you in later years. A Savings Department _ at every branch of THE ROYAL BANK _______OF CANADA LETHBRIDGE BRANCH E. E. MACKAY, Mwiagtr. Total Resources blains, frosted feet, colds on the chest. Nothing like Musterqle for croupy chil- dren. Keep it for instant use. FOR ARBITRATION BOARD equipments, an uthe oil 9, coppers, leathers, textiles and tobac- cos shared in the irregular rise to which shorts contributed extensively. Dr Cbue's Ointment will rellew you at _..... ami lis'jiut beuent, a Dividend paying rails, particularly Norfolk and WMtora. Canadian Pac- twee wd tnaoto 20. stiuip ts.jraj' pujwt. Iflc and Canadian Northern rose 1 to TOOTHACHE STOPS When "ABSORBINE JR." Ii Placed in the Cavity. 1 The same reliable home liniment that the soreness ami stiffnesg out of sprained, strained armi anrl reduces swellings and soft, innamed bunches on any part of the give quick relief in Tooth- ache, Headache, Neuralgia and sharp attacks of Rheumatism and Sciatica. lror Toothache, saturate a little cotton with "ABSORH INK JR." and place in the cavit u b "ABSOKBINE JR." on Rums ami [ace. It is a vegetable germicide that isfafe. For Headache, Neuralgia and other pain and inliammation, rub tlio affected' parts with a few drops of "ABSORBINE JR." 5i.2.r) a most druggiata of sent postpaid by W. F. INC., l.ymas Montreal. ii OTTAWA. Mar. Press.1 j i teachers of Moose Jaw. j Sask., have communicated with Hon.j G. KobertHon. minister of labor j asking if a board of conciliation will i be established to deal with a dispute which has developed between them i and tho school board. The minister has replied that the Industrial Dis- putes Investigation Act does not ap- i ply, and that n board cannot be estab- j lish'ed except by joint request, of the parties concerned. It is understood that the dispute is over a question of wages. GREEKS TRANSFERRING TROOPS TO THE FRONT I T V BRITISH CONSOLS A BLEND OF FINE TOBACCOS FOR MEN WHO SMOKE THE BEST X. Mim-h A dispntrh to tho London Times from Smyrna sayn j ypncnil liPadquai'f.erK. ol tho Crook army i? transferring from Smyr- na and probably from Bruaa, more troops for Ihi front. dispatc raids Hint General Fupoutar., who is In comniimd, lias gone to Soma. to thn oT Smyrna, ami tbat it ia I pencrally supposed here this drnntetj 'n'.icw offensive against the Tiirklfli NiitinnaliHK us efforts niartts at the London ronfcrrncc to roeondlts tht Greeks and tho Turks arc cone i tiered to prove jiulilo, LB. PACKAGE ALSO PROCURABLE ;