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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ITttDAY, MARCH 1R, 1921 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MARKET REPORTS HAY PRICES (FurnleUcd liy Kiirm Products, Mil. No. 1 Alfnlru. and cuttlnK lid.OD No. 1 Alfalfa, Ul ciiltlin Alfalfa lli.Ol) No. 2 Alfalfa 14.011 to 15. DO No. I Mlved timothy anil alfnlfii !I4.00 Lliht mlieil S0.08 to 22, 00 No 1 Uluejcilnt. Irrigated 13.00 to No. 1 Timothy, to Wheat Straw C! 10.00 to 1J.OO Car lota, i'n.h. Cnaldalo or L.ETHBRIDGC GRAIN PRICES Prices paid today for sraiu la Lcth- wagon load lots, follow: Wheat Jl.sri Hurley 50 l-'lai 1.43 KLAX- Jlay July ___ May Cnh Pricte IS2 1 Nor...lM No. J No. n Nor... 177 No. 4 No. r, ......Mil Xo. ij ......145 Food ........................156 Track, Manitoba, Winnipeg Grain Prien W1XN1PEG, March tho ah. of any favorable outsldo news and Alberta OATS-- NO. 2 47% Ki. No. 1 feed No. I feed.. 40% Track Xo. S C.W... 81 Rejected Track No. 1 N.W.C. No. i' C.W...16TK .154 SAVED FROM No. 2 feed. No. 4 C.W.. .HiA SOPHIA I liEHMUDA ASSEMBLY j DEFEATS TRADE PACT OTTAWA. of thu (hut tlic Canada West Indies trade agreement mni d.'foatfid yonu-rdiy In thu I tar. aniiombly has not yet been re- olvul at tho department ot trade and To date a number of tho "land assemblies have mltilod tho insurance Opinion is in Favor of Non-Abstainer He Now Says 1711.1 Ho. 3 C.W...142 139 MF.S. M. J. GOKSt 392! Union St., B.C. "I iiiflerrd with all the of Female Trouble, with chronic Cott- and eonsLiut Headaches, had paitu low down in tfm back ndft itf At koilf. I tried Yiriouf without nliaC, and put myjf if under a doctor1! oare Mid advised m to have n operation. I refuswl. Thot, I sUrted taking 'Fr >nd lack ot 'Itiiyint the local; Condemned market was weak today, both cash Track and future prices allowing; a decline, j ('ash ju-emlums agfain hardened hut i c. was due more to scarcity of of-! Chfcaoo Grain ferinp, than to strength of demand. CHICAGO. Ma' jiii-iivn-flcasts for I (losing cash prices show declines of I rains am, faTorable for the I l'l a. i crop, combined with a relatively slow I he rent are the present position Ueltland for lhe msh artlcle nffsot; re. tivcs'; and from tho outset, 1 frit on tne wheat market is the weakness. of oug infc8tation the i in l.ne lutiire markets m face of. j Bollthwe8t and vere responsible for strength in cash grains, the close be-: generany Tery bullish sontlinent in Ing 1-; to 2 U4c lower. I wneat The stavtcd In the coarse grain markols thuro; weillt bllt was infiuenccll and wan some demand for No. 2 C. Opening quotations, oats from eastern but other- wWcll were to )owar with wise business was light. Oats closed i i54 May lu to were B.W. lc 3-s j by furthcr declines and then hnver and rj-e 5c lower. July OATS Mr.y Jlllv Mav July REBELLION IN STOMACH a moderate advance. Corn, after starting unchanged to l-Sc lower, with May at 67. to 1-8, j rallied slightly and held within a nar- i row range. i Oats started unchanged to ]-lc. low- in-, with May 411-2 to 41 3-8, and hoy- ereil about that figure. CLO81S FIXTURES 102; May 142. i KG 5-8; July j 41; July 42 3-S. Cloae Cash 3 red 162'.J; No. 1. hard mixed 80% to 61U; N'o. 2 yellow 114% to 65. 2 white 41 Vi to No. 3 white 39% to lOMi. Winnipeg Livestock W1NNIPBU, Mar. Branch. today 200 cattltf better, and this taedifiix !us i rdicteA me of ill my misery and inircrioc. }ly weight iras only 14! pounds and BOW it is poum.ls, 1 ajxfm and nradachei and terrible Constipation; and whatimvctl me Cram miMry is the frail 'Fruit-a-Unsi'." MHS. M.J.GORSB. fiQo. a box, 6 Tor trial sine At all dealers or ssnt postpaid by Fruit-a-tiws limited Ottawa, Out, OTTAWA, liar. 1'rcu.) Finlayson. suiierluteiideut of Uisurunce, In a statement last nitht referred to evidence before (he pensions com.ulttee with regard to the relative mortality of abstainers and non-abstainers. "The statement with reference to (he relative mor- tality experionced by abstainers non-abstainers as insured lives." said Mr. Finlayson, was in connection I with a private bill promoted by n par-; j ticular which a small) (abstainer section and the iiuesd'on as I to the experience of this section i Ing arisen, it was stated that at tiie prenent time the mortality in this section was higher than thp fun- eral section. It was, however, clearly pointed out that to the small number of lives involved, this fuct had absolutely no Blliniticance as In i dicatinp the relative mortality of Hh- utaiiyjrs and non-ahntalners KoncraHy. "The experience of companies op- erating abstainers' sections in a large and also investigations nmdo from tiilio to time, both In the United! Slates and m Britain into the mor- tality of the two classes, go to show fhHt the abstainers' class experiences n rate of mortality than tlio general class." Ml-JATTLK. Hi.- -t'otltlou for romcval of the default decree In tlio piititlon the Canadian I'acitle Stuiiiimhip company for limitation ot liability for loss of lifiy in tin- slnk- IIIR of tho steamship I'riiiciisn Sopiiia illcil In the court ycntor- day by attorneys and sdmlnlstrators lor twtinty-lhruo victims of the The petitiuu is uused on tho reason ,'lint admlnlstnitors und relatives 01 tlio victims not apprised of tho, local procccdiURj nor tho Issuance of! t wllh tin; default decree I individual or whether it John public administrator b'COme8 wlth "le one nartf ths Yukon territory, petitioned ou be- half of thirteen victims, and in his iffldavlt. mated that the remote sit but the effect llor- iudii'8 refusal to join Is caunlni; cou- ulerable speculation whether the will nnw be effected with ual or whether it iomes dead with the one party nation of Dawaon precluded him from keeping in touch witb court proceed- G.T.R, EARNINGS MOXTRHAU Mar. IS.-Grand Trunk Hallway oacaingd for week end- ed .March 14 were J1.S41.418; year. incieaBO PAGEJTjVIB AUSTRIANS NOT VERY ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT ALLIED FINANCE PLAN vi A, jiur. lit.--Tim plun of allies to BKiilsl Austria, UK outlined III dispatihos from i.ondon without entuuslaini hy nfternfiL'n's newspapers. In general tho Journals express disapproval of the stipulation that tho League of Nations ahull administer luternitl It- sources of revenue. Under the Austrian plrtn ot relief the revenues I'rom the customs and tobacco monopoly would be Hdmlolft- creu by tiio financial uouimittfto of tho League of Nations ag Hecurity for payment oV advanced to Auatriu und duo from lior under treaty. DEATH SENTENCE COMMUTED Mar. in. The death sen- teiice against Joiiu Leonard, a. tali, i >'ab driver, wuo was found guilty of i ing (logs into any candy. confection being implicated in tho murder of! or soilj shop. It WM Issued NO DOGS ALLOWED CITY. order by 1'oliee Inspector Swanscy last August, has been commuted to penal servitude for life. It was alleged at the time of the trial that Leonard's car wss used by the assassins. complaint filed by the .1 Jersey retail '.Miiiv ami ice, n-.ai t'ffU'tnrnrs' weir- served rroin tbe ur.pii i-y human 'La, that dishes Toronto Stocks TORONTO, March I "Pape's Diapspsin" at once I ends Indigestion and Sour, Acid Stomach and 190 IIOKS. Trading thia morning was decidedly quiet owing to limited Lumps of food War 1J3I, 3-S; 1837, 97 3-S. :mmiin Victory 38 1-4; 1923. supplies and the few sales completed I 97 1-4; 1521, 96 .1-S; 1527. 97; 1833, showed prices in line with 'Friday's i 98 II-S; 1934, 95; 1937, 99 1-3. close. Fair to good female butchers made to butcher steers to 58. N'o trading on lamb or sheep market j due to lack receipts. "ios market maintained a firm Old Country Football Scores ENGLISH CUP TIE RESULTS LONDON, Mar. Asad. llutspura defeaicd Preston X. E. by 2 to 1 and Cardiff advance of five iioints to 78. Spanish and Yvolvcrhamptou drew, no score. River proved the feature or this morn- in the semi-finals ot tlio L'ujdlsh EOC- ing's tr.-idhiK on the local stock ex-! cor football cup series this atternoon. change and strength in this issue was accompanied by a good showinK all through the list. Steel corporation moved up 2 points to and Atlantic Snffar one to ,13 .1-4. Substantial frac- tional gains were madn by Canadian General Electric. Ablttbl and Brazil- Ian. Xoou prices for War and Victory loans were: It your stomach is in a revolt; I tone, packers bidding for selects and watered. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO, Mar. receipts compared with a week ago beat steers 2.1 to SOo lower; veal calves It gassy and upset, and what you just ate has fermented and turn- ed .sour: head dizzy and aches; belch sases and acids and erucate undigest- ed tako a tablet or two of Pape's Diapepsin to help neutralize acidity and in five minutes you won- der ivhat became of the pain, acidity, indigestion and distress. It your stomach doesn't take care U your food is a damage instead of y remember the quickest, surest. stomach ftntiacid is 1'ape's Diapepsin, which costs so litlr.1': at firiie; .stores. Montrtal Stocks MONTREAL, March" loc.i! stock exchange was both active and strong during the early trading thi-i I morning and many substantial ad-i vances over yesterday's closing prices; were recorded. Ahitibi rose J-S to 3-S. while Atlantic rose 1-i i and Brazllinil a 1-4 to 8.1 1 to lower; Hogs, receipts ipots more. light and medium scarce 15 to 20c higher; oth- ers slow, mostly weak to 15c lower .t......'-U.....V.., LOUD than yesterday's strong of your liberal limit without rebellion; to :'Se higher; liulk desirable 90 to "liO pound pigs to Sheep, receipts. m-celptu to- day practically all the packers direct: compared with week ago light and hard lambs 50 to 75c lower. T TRUE ASPIRIN Warning! Unless you see name "Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting Aspirin at all. Nothing _elsc is Aspirin. Brompton remained unchanged at 3l> 1-3. Lanrenti'Jo rose a half to 87 1 SAFETY FIRST! Accept only an "unbroken package" of genuine "Bayer Tablets of which contains directions out by physicians during 21 years and proved safe by mill.ons for Headache, Earache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Colds, Rheumatism, Neuritis, Lumbago, and pain. Made in Canada. Handy tin bore, of 12 tablets cort but a, few ooata-JUcrgw package.. nml 17 Jordan was steady at 117. Spun Tiiver made the largest advance, rising 2 points to 78. Wayagamack was unchanged at 70. Tim market closed for the .week lu a fairly strong condition, most of the Sains made earlier in the morning be- ing maintained. Wayagatnaek was strong, rising 1 1-4 points to 71 1-4. Wall St. Stocks NEW YORK. March stocks registered normal gains and losses at the hesitant opening of to- day's session, hut within the first half hour reactionary tendencies became more marked. Mexican Petvolcum lost a large fraction. Atlantic Gulf fell a point and International Agricul- ture preferred lost 1 5-S. The prom- inent motors and their specialties also eased moderately. Among the few advances were Penn- sylvania. Houston Oil and Allied Chemicals. Week-end covering ot short con- tracts Injected a degree of strength to the stock market today. Oils, ino- j !ors. steels and food and chemicals rose I to points. Gen- oral Asphalt. Stmlehiilior, American Sugar, Continental Can. American Woolen and Hide and Leather prefer- red were most prominent. Rails for the most part were neglected. Thu close was strong... Sales approximated shares. N.Y. Funds NEW YORK, Mar. ox-1 change firm, demand IS.Bll-1; cablen 13.92. Canadian dollars IJTli-s perl cent, discount. Closing Sales I NEW YORK, March P, R. 1-2; r. S. steel, SI 1-4; 0. S-. steel preferred :109 3-4. LEAGUE GAMES LONDON, Mar. of Eng. lish leaKiie soccer yames iilaycd today are as follows: FIRST DIVISION Arsenal 1; Burnley 1. Blackburn It. Newcastle- U. .1. Boltou W. 2: Shellield U. 2. Bradford C. .1: Manchester U. 1. Derby County 1; Bradford 0. Huddersfleld 1; Aston Villa 0. Middlesboro 0; Liverpool 1. Snndarland 1; Chelsea 0. West Bromwich Oi Oldham A. 0. SECOND DIVISION Birmingham .Rristol City 0. Blackpool 3; South i. Coventry City 1; Clapton Orient 1. Fulham 2; Nottingham R 0. Leeds United 1; Bury 0. Leicester City 0: Port Vale 0. Notts County 4; Hull City 1. Stoko 1; Stockport County 0. Westuam U. 2; Barnsley i. THIRD DIVISION Brentford 1; Watford 0. Brighton and H. 1; Gillingham 0. Bristol .R. 4; Northampton 3. Crystal Palace 1; Swlndon Town 0. Orimsby Town 1; Newport City 1. Luton Town 1; Plymouth A. 1. Norwich City 2; Portsmouth 2. Queens Park R. 0; Mlllwall A. 0. Headi.nj; 1; Southern! United 1. Southampton 5; Merthyr 0. Swansea Town 1': Eieter City 1. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Ctlttii 3; Hearts 3. Dumbarton 0: Third Lanark i. Hamilton 0; Albion Hovers (I. Hibernians 0; Clyde 1. KUmarnock j; Dundee 0. Partick 0: Moilionvell 0. Queens Park 0: Aberdeen 3. Raith Rovers 3: Airdrio 2. Rangers 1; Clydebank 0. Sit. Mirron 1; Ayr United 1. Rugby Remits LOXDOX, Mar. Canadian. Associated defeateil j Scotland by S to 0 in the rug-by inter- i national game played today. Northoro Union games played to- daj HudcIerarMd 10: Wakefleld Leeds .j; York 2. Wirtnes Halifax Swintou al h Tn morals, no ecclesla.lkial dictation j i-tvo .t., i -1 romical mattnr' -t i More Bomb. Thrown UCFILIN. Mar. Bh.-RI.LV. Mar. troops have occupied the western quarter of Mnlhelin-on-nnhr anil Ihe railway station at Speldort'. Other I small allied forces have occupied the west railway station at Oberhausftti and locks in the vicinity of the! j Harbors 11 'far chain- >f Cologne and sini- ler Gcrmiiu towns tacking parly and four civilians wounded, one of them STEAMER ARRIVALS ilunia at .New York from XoilUi n. .Hllic ill New Vork from Nassau, Tims, flri-ir, dead In X. at Ihu o.' Hi Close to Essen (o lhe stations. ;iji tilt' niilnuid rnnniny: from Ihiir-hurrc lo t.-.ii unil a Irilf miles ol' The ViM'ds al, the largest 111 l-hc llnlir district, and slation arc Ity French tniops. Diimcldorr is imict. Knior-ron. G. T. R. rheci-cr U'oodhtork, wan Instantly train. Easter Music As Christmas gives us the Music of Joy, so Easter gives us the Music of Triumph. Scarcely in any other field of special music can there be found more beauty, inspiration and praise than in the wonderful Columbia music of Eastertide. A lift mmlni Emltmr 5cnrf rwr friiaJs Col- mmkim RttorJt fa mrllilic Emittr tttvmlmptt. theie Columbia Easter Records: will il.dly pUy for you Emiter Chimes Dawn of Hope (De CaielU) Loit Chord (Sullivan) The Holy City (Adam.) Ptince'a Orcheitta Prince'p Orchettia i Columbia Stellar Quartette Columbia Mixed Quintette I Engliih Largo (Handel) .r -.1 The Holy City (Handel) Catty S Pauliit Choritrew I Pnuliit Choiialen j Memorjet of Hatter-Part I. (Robert mj Memonei of II, (Robert Hood Bowert) Marie Morrisey and Columbia Stellar Quartette. I ContnltoJand Male Oreh. Accompaniment. Dei i Salve, Refina Stabat Mater. Cuiui Animam (L.rd, Thy Loving Kindntae) In La.lin CKs.-'-.-. Harrison Stabat Mater. Inflamrttatiw (To Thy Holy Caie) In Columbia Oratorio Chorua .V. Caaal.. 'celliit Louii Craveure, Baritone Louii Graven re, Baritone Cathedral OrfMt twainearai r Loit Chord Catty Sellars, Cathedral A Lerend Sine Ve To The Lord Ctlumkim Rtctri. ,r, M( tA. JtHI, ,f ,.CA mMft COLUMBIA CRAPHOPHONE CO.. TORONTO. Assiniboia Music Co. DEALERS 315 6th St. S. Phone 1545 Lethbridge, Alta. J.D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. AGENTS ALBERTA'S PIONEER DRUGGISTS .THE REXALL STORE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEMISTS PHONES 1 5 1 5 AND 322 Henson Music Co., Cardston [QND PHARAMCY C. J. RITTER ;