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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. MARCH 21. I92f THELETHBRIDGE'DAILY HERALE MARKET REPOkTS HAY PRICES (Furnished by Farm Products. Ltd., UtllbriJgo) No. J Alfalfa, Suit cuttliij .....I20.WI No, 1 AlfHlfa, 1st culling 18.IM Standard Alfalfa Xo. 2 Alfalfa ..........14.00 to 15.00 No. 1 Mixed timothy and alfalfa 24.00 Light mlicd...........JO.Wt to 22.00 No 1 niuejoim, irrigated to No. 1 Timothy. irrigated 525 to f23 j Wheat Straw iu wlreis.1 10.00 Oat Straw .............lu.00 to 12.00 Our f.o.b. Coaldata ur LetbbrUiKO. LETHBRIDGE CHAIN PRICES Prices paid today for grain in Lelh- bridge, wagon load lota, follow: Wheat Oats .......................31 Barley...................''. '50 Flax 1M Winnipeg Grain Prices WINNIHKG, Mar. feature of the market today seemed to be liifl ti-.-htncss in the cash Wheat market, IBB holding policy of I hi: producer severely felt. To- day there wan an exceptionally food demand from Canadian and American millers and from the for mcdiali- delivery and the premiums udianced 2c from Saturday's close. this advance, the of- ferings continued very lishl. There pood buying by export houses for spring shipment and more than half a million bushels of wheat hands on the advance. Later this buying: fall away snd the market reacted during the hour, cash wheat closing 1 to 3c higher with tho futures Ic higher to unchanged. In the coarse grains market there were little offerings and the volume of trading was light. Oats closed 1-8 to 1-lc lower; barley unchanged to lower; flax 3c lower and rye Ic higher. Quotations Open. 175% Close ITB 173V4 Xo. 2 Nor...lS4 Xo. 4 Nor... 171 No. li N'or.. .148 Track ..187 42% 37% May...... July May............ July May............ July......-..... 1 May............ U July............ 11 May............ 15 Cash Prices No. 1 Nor... 1ST Xo. .N'or...1SI) N'o. 5 Nor...ili.'! Feed........138 OATS- NO. 2 C.W...' Extra No. 1 feed No. 1 Feed.. 40% No. 2 Feed. Track ti No. 3 C.W... SI No. C.VT.. .Rejected -Feed........ Track BYE- NO. 2 C. W.....................151' No. 1 N. W. C................164% No. 2 C.W... 16i Vi No. 3 C.W... 139 Condemned..................13G Track Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Mar. on Ihe part of houses with seaboard connec- tions gavfi added upward swing to the wheat market today. Indications pointed to considerable export busi and country offerings were light Opening unchanged to 11-2 with March 153 to 158 1-3 and May 142 to 1431-2. the market made gains al around. Damage resulting from the elevator explosion hero had a bullish effect on oats, which started 1-S to !t-8c higher, with May 411-4 to 411-3 and then hardening still more. CLOSE FUTURES 1521-4; May 1413-4. 63 July 68 3-4. 405-8; July 421-4. Calgary Livestock 1 CALGARY, Mar. at the stockyards over the week-end were Cattle 07: calves 44; no hogs and no sheep. The market op-ned fairly ac- tive. Medium to good steers to S7.30; sood cows and heifers J6.25. There were no hogs on sale and- no sheep were sold. Edmonton Livestock EDMONTON, Mar. receipts calves 20. Market active; good butcher steers 6.50 to 7.50; common 5.00 to 1.00; a few heifers sold as high as (ic with the bulk of the good choice cows and heifers selling at to 5.75. There is not much demand for stock- ors and feeders; good to ehofco can be bought for 5.00 to 6.00; veal calves j 7.00 to 9.00; fancy would sell higher.1 Hogs, receipts nil. Selects It.25. Sheep, receipts nil. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Mar. Receipts today 550 cattle; ii-50 hogs and 35 sheep. With offer- ings of only fair quality today the market was slower. Butcher steers I remained firm with cluslnc laat week but female stuff waa 25c lower. Hulk utockrr aid feeder clashes rait- ed from to J7.50. On the sheep and lamb market lug was Lambs nade 111; mut- ton sheep 17 to Hogs remain unchanged, fed and watered 114. Montreal Livestock 5IONTKKAL. .Mar. Branch.) Cattle. recxipU 840. Pack- ers' butchers arc still on strike. Mar- ket alow and estimated lales to far concluded at least SO ctnlj ion'er. Toronto Linatoek TORONTO, Mar. Dominion receipts Prices steady on all grades. Heavy beef steers to Calves, receipts Choice to Slii.50. Sheep, receipts 412. Limbs flrm; choice J13.75 to {14.Sn. Hogs, receipts Hogs. fed and watered. Chicago Livettoek CHICAGO, Mar. receipts 10.000; beef steers uneven, early to shippers steady to hulk beef sleers to 19.75: calves slow; lower bulk vealers to 111. Hogs, receipts light and light butchers mostly 15 to i'5c higher: others slow, rurally steady at loc higher than Saturday's average; piss 15c higher. Sheep, receipts -.slow; gen- erally 25c to 50c higher; lambs top Montreal Stocki MONTREAL, Mar. local stock exchange opened this morning for the week very quietly, only a few' of the leaders appearing durlnr the Hrst half hour. Abltlbl was r. quarter of a point higher at 441-4 while Atlantic Sugar was down a quarter at 83. Brompton lost 3-4 to 98 and Riordon was unchanged at 116. Toronto TORONTO. Mar. on the stock exchange for the initla session of the week were confidently heavier than during the closing mar WOMEN OF MIDDLE ME Mijr Fkn Ik Crfefal PcrM Udy CWorUWy bj Mii Extend Ruling ants Gompers Tangles With W.R. Hearst of Lite and suffered for two ytariiwithtwtdache, nervoiunew, i lew night; and ten- I era! weakneu. Some i 6Xyi I fell tired and I unfit to do my work. 1 CTVB Ly'dla E. Pinlchnvn's Vege- table (.''impound a trial and found good results, and I tleo find it a very helpful Spring lonitianduse- fur constipation from which I Buffer much. I have rec- ommended Vegetable Compound to era! friends, and am willing you should publish this. "-Mrs. MARTHA W. LIND- SAY, 810 Robinson St.. Regina, Sask. If you have warning symptom such as a sense of Rifloca'.iod, hot flishea, headaches, backache, dread of impend- evil, timidity, founds in the cars, jiitatlonof heart, sparks before he irregularities, constipation, vnnabU appetite, weakness, inouiet- ude. and dizziness, get a bottle of Lydin E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and begin takine the medicine at once. know it-will help you u it did Mrs. Declares Latter is Trying to Wreck A. K. of L. Because j Measure Put in Force Last No-i Political Sup- vember Will Stand i Indefinitely :-l.-Samuel (iompers. president of tho American OTTAWA. Mar. ord.ir-in-' Federation of Labor, launched an at- council just paused by the Dominion i tack on William Itandolph Hearst xovisrnnicnt extends !ndi'liiiii..iy newspaper publisher, in the curreiil is- provisions of an order passed last and contemptible attacit upon thii cliaractur and work of preul- ilont nf tho American Federmtlon of l.i bin and his associates. Hit real mimlty is not necMurlly against those onlcorii of the labor movement, but the hope of mlnlnhrinf or ellmlmtlnR tho American federation of Labor It- PAGE FIVE PETITION PON JCLEMINCV rOM NORMAN GANFIILD LONDON1. Ont.. Mar. Pttltlfttl for commutation to imprtionnnllt or thu death mw which Norman Garfleld In faclnn for the ahootlnf of Ben Johnston o( Woflditoclr, will phiopd In circulation this week. sue of The Federiitlonlxt. the official November of the organ of thu fuderiuion. Mr. Gompers i mechanic, artisan or laborer classes, i says that for yea'-s Mr. Hearst "per-! whether skilled or unskilled. re- sonally, politically and through his to be in possession of 52r.O on numerous newspapers, has undertaken i aiHlms Iu Canada in addition to to control the labor movement, and i I'fkK to their destination. This those who spcalt for U j mpulaUyn does not apply lo farmers. The labor leader asserts that when larm laborers or household workers; "Mr. Hearst aspired to the presidency nor to the- wives and children of per- of Vnited States." he sent a repro- i g.Hriy, ''re- sentative to Mr. Gompers. "with a view vtoijsly in the winter months and: to chaining him to his presidential 'R summnr ''1'i'i'iot." but Mr. Campers declined iall ,u addition to a ticket to destl- When It dawned upon him that the nation was required. The lack of j people declined to fortunes re-1 or misfortunes of Hearst's political as- pirn-ions, Mr. Ciompers continued, "he has by opportunities for employment sponslblH for the new regulation. Greek King Calls 3 Gasses to Colors every means conceivable r-n- deavoreil to undermine their influence I and destroy them. "So ho has begun a repetition '.through his newspapers of the sland- Lindsay. Attempt To Wreck CNJl Express Train Two Obstructions on Curve Near Calhoun's Station on Saturday kets of last week, but as far as prices were concerned the market was fea turelees. Noon prices for War and Victor) bonds were as foilows War 1937. 97 3-1. Victory SS 1-S; 1923, (171-2; 97; 1933, 981-4; 1934, 947-8; 1S37. 991-4. Wall Street Stocks NEW YORK, Mar. "the stock exchange today trading began with a resumption of the uncertain movement. Mexican Pete was the most conspicuous feature, falling 2 points in the first fev trades on sell- ng attributed to latest advices from Mexico. Gulf States Oil also yielded L1-4 points and rails were easier. Firnvness was shown by Genera] As- ihait, Amn. Tob., Crucible Steel, Amn. Linseed, Arrow and Interna- :lonal Paper. Exchange on London was moderately higher. Automobile shares and rubber spe- cialties represented the constructive :ide of the market during the morn- ns, but rails, steels and equipments veakened, New York Central and Reading especially reactionary. Jbandler. Studebaker, 'Maxwell and nternational Motors gained 1 to 11-2 oints. j Fools furnished the momentum in International, General As- phalt, American Woolen, Industrial Alcohol and Central Leather at gains of 1 to 11-2 points and oils recorered part of their reversal. Call money opened at G 1-3 per cent., the lowest initial rate in many weeks, and private loans were again nego- tiated at 5 and 5 1-2 per cent. Motors and kindred issues forfeited part of their gains at mid-day when MOXCTON, X. B.. liar. il.-iCana. dian National Railway authorities here are investigating; an alleged at- No. I t tempt to wreck passenger train 2, Ocean Limited, Montreal-Halifax eipress, on a curve near Calhouu's Station, N.B., on Saturday. Engineer George Sherwood said that while coming in on his freight train, he ob- served "junk" on the main track. There were two obstructions, he said. His engine ran over the first and was raised slightly. He brought the train Potends Big Offensive Against' Turk Nationalists is I General Belief to a stop as quickly as possible and investigation it was found there was another obstruction u short dis- tance aliead. Sherwood aad uis crew cleared the rails. The freight trajn pulled into the aiding and shortly af- ter the fast passenger .train whizied by. LOXDOX. Mar. callins by King Constantiue of Gresco of three classes to the national colors, an- nounced at Athens Sunday in all prob- ability protends a Greek offensive against the Turkish Nationalists, in the opinion of War Minister Oouu- aris of Greece. M. Gounaris, who came to London j early this mouth to aiu-nd the ses-1 sions of the supreme council, thought :he offensive move was probable "as I obviously." he said, "we cannot await! the completion of the Turkish concen-! ration. I am quite confident that: our army will be able to deal with i the Kemalist forces." he said. (Continued Page.) movcme means more thirst. COMPANY >ef, Manitoba pressure against the rails became more persistent. New York Central lost almost 2 points and Baldwin and Ohio and Teias Pacific yielded one point. ai'd thnt the percentage of disability awavded a pensioner by a medical lu.nrd, if satisfactory to the applicant, should not be subject to revision or review at Ottawa. This resolution not Intended to interfere with the applicant's right of appeal if dis- satisfied with the award. The committee will continue with] the G. w. V. A. resolutions at its meeting tomorrow morning. 846 Policies of That S46 policies of had been token out under the government's insurance plan for soldiers was stat- ed when the parliamentary commit. I tee on soldiers' civil re-establishment met. l A communication -was received' from Ilia Calgary branch G. W. V. A. askmg the committoo to recommend j the issue of a policy of to each'! soldier witiiout cost to tho soldier, and i __________ valid for live years, was (lied for I 'propoaaircanini; for increases In forces of the allied army of occupa- pensions were submitted by C G iHhpT6 iD MacNeil, of the Dominion in tne nest.-engaged m stock raising! command, 0. V. A. Under this fl SUFI Associated Press Tells What He Found on Tour of Area Use Soothing Musterole When those sharp pains go shooting through your head, when your skull seems as if it would split, just rub alittle 'Musterole on your temples and neck. It draws out the inflammation, soothes Musterole is a clean, white ointment, made with oil of mustard. Better than a mustard plaster and does not blister. Many doctors and nurses frankly recommend Musterole for sore throat, bronchitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, tism, lumbago, pains and aches of the back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains, frosted of the chest (it often prevents pneu- It is always dependable. dications of preparation for the re- i MacXeil asked ihat the pension! ception of larger garrisons. Families living in barracks at Mul- helm had received L'l hours' notice to move, apparently for the purpose of Rails of the better grade extended! accommodation for troops their decline later. Equipments, Orders have been Issued placing shippings, and oils also fell back, im-i rHllroaus> foundries, furnaces I wanted the present pension bonu proposed for widows without children be awarded to all dependents next of i kin and that tho scale of pensions fori dlsablei monthly persons rate of one. per cent of disabled fixed at dollar per persous. pairing gains in the motor group. The closing was heavy. N.Y. Funda mines in the entire Duisburg district made pci-mauout.' .Mr. MacNeil the one He J Smoke under the supervision of killed forces, department of labor figures to show Ouards have been placed at the tho cost of livinjt was still increasin- NKW FORK. Mar. ex-1 Iocks. change steady; demand "e French war oflice explained dollars 1 thal the movements cannot be regarded as an advance, but are sim- ?3.92 b-8. Canadian 12 1-8 per cent, discount. Closing Sales NEW YORK, Mar. 113; U.S. Steel 801-4; U.S. Steel preferred 109. ply changes in advance, posts, round necessary after an inspection by Qen-! oral The now posts are two kilometres further east on the i Ruhr In order to supervise the roads leading to Duisburg and Kuhrort. Neither Mulhelm nor Oberhausen have been occupied, it is asserted. He did not beltavs there would be a decrease in liv'ng costs and even if It did, he said, tile pension would not be too generous. SoU wherever good i; tobacco it told Will Have a "Friendly Talk' With Premier Drury in Toronto TKere'd be more spring poetry, if more words rhymed with POST TOASTIES Superior Corn Flakes TORONTO, Mar. politics." J suid Hon. T. A. Crernr last night in i the course of an Interview regarding I iiis visit here. I j "This visit in not a political one. i i and it is always unwise to talk uu- less one has something to oay." i Hon. Mr. Crerar came to Toronto to j speak al the Canadian club today on I the farmer in business and politics. He spent Saturday and Sunday with i relatives and friends iu Hamilton, reaching this city last nlghl. It In probable that he will have a coufer- j Kalian Foreign Minister Defends Action of Allies at Lon- don Conference ItOMLV liar. Sforzii, for- eign minister, strongly defended tho acts of tho London reparations con- ference in the coin-so of a boated de- bate the chamber of deuut'Ien Sat- urday, l-i'i said Germany's olfer to pay thirty billion gold marks did riot amount to as much as Italy would have to pay the allies in th o next '42 years on account of her war loans. He continued that Germany's counter- once with Premier Drury today, "just j proposals were not worthy of coo- a friendly talk" as he described It. sldoration. The leader nf the National Pro-' The ar-is of tho conference were (.Tussive party is much improved In severely criticised by Socialist dr-- health aud said .that he felt line. putlcs. claiming Ihat the fifty per cent I levy on Gorman exports wan injurious o, Ontario _Depart-i to i muut of Education. IK in St. rat. inaklnK a mental hygiene aunoy of I'oiint sfr.ra: the schools, with a to urovidinr classes fur tub-n'urnml pupUl, caul Ihe Inido meat with barfbeen completed and would l- AUCTION SALE AT LETHBRIDGE THERE WILL-BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON THURSDAY, MARCH 24TH AT ONE O'CLOCK. AT THE OLD PALACE LIVERY BARN, CORNER 3RD ST. AND 3RD AVE. THE FOLLOWING: Urcy Mare, C years old, l.'l.iil Ills.: 1 fir..y llarf years old. Ibs.: I Grey Mure, :l years old. 1251) Ilia.' I Black Horse. 4 years old. 1360 Ihs.; t Hay Horse, I years old. 1100 Ibn I Drown Horse. I years old, 1MO Ihs.: I liny .Marc. years old 11110 Ibs.: I Black Man', years old. .1200 Ibs.: I Grey Hare a years old 1100 Ihs.: 1 Buy li.irae, years old, 1300 Ilia.; Colts, rising 2 years. fi-horse 'Evenor; 1 (inyt West Sulky PI iw Htiibble and breaker bottoms, nearly new; 1 set of Plow :i sets of Double Team Harness; I Vao llriint Sci-d Drill, dotibb disc, nearly new: J Sulky Plow: I 4-sectlon Lever Harrow: I Deer- ing Mmvnr: J Number Wagon, triple box: I Farm Truck Wagon-'I light 1 .MnRnet Cream'Separator; I Grindstone; 1 Incubator and Brooder. Peerless mukc; I 12-21 CnKino. Kninriiini make- 1 S-holtom Stubble Plow. 2 breakers; (i sets Double Team Harness.' 15 CHOICE DAIRY COWS AND HEIFERS-Somo duo to be fresh; Holstcins. Jerseys, and good ones. Terms of Sale: For hoi-sen anil rows. cash. Implements terniK 25% cash, the balance pnyabln Xov. I. with approved joint notes, with amounts. tilvliiK up fanning. on all credit amuunlK, or off for cash on nil credit KvcrylhiiiR will br. sold. rese JAMES THOMPSON, Owner, A. N. McGUIRE, Clerk. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer AUCTION SALE HORSES AND FARM MACHINERY HAVING SOLD OUR FARM, WE WILL SELL AT THE FARM The N.E. of Sec. 16, Twp. 10, Rge. 19, Six North and Five Miles East of Coaldale ON FRIDAY, MARCH 25TH AT t O'CLOCK SHARP. 25 HEAD HORSES I black gelding. 12 years old, weight 1700; one team bay mares, 10 years old. weight 3100; 1 bay mare. S years old, weight 1500; 1 team bay geldinKs, old, weight 3000: 1 gelding, 7 yearn old. weight 1500: I grey gelding, r, years old, weight 1450; 1 sorrel mare, 7 years old. in foal: 1 bay mare. 6 old, weight 1450; 1 lnc.wn gelding, 4 years old. weight 1500; 1 bar gelding. 4 years old. weight 1450; 1 black gelding. 4 years old, weight 1400: 1 bay gelding, 1 years old. weight MOO: 1 brown gelding, t years old, weight bay geldings. 3 years old; 1 black filly. 3 years old: 1 bay nily, 3 years old; 1 sorrel gelding. 2 years old: 1 grey litly, 3 years old; i yearling colts. THREE HEAD CATTLE 1 extra good milk cow, fresh soon; 1 two-year-oh! heiter- 1 year- ling heifer. FARM IMPLEMENTS Two wasoaa with grain tanks; two McCormick Binders: one JIassey-Harris Binder; one wagon with box; one low wagon; Iwo hay racks: one stable water tank, pump, and hose: two 14-inch Cockshutt gang plows; one cultivator: one mowlm; machine: two disc harrows; two drag harrows: one new Hi-horsepower gas engine: one fanning mill: two 20-ro.w ilcCormick grain drills; one grain pickler; seven sets work harness, HOUSEHOLD GOODS One round oak range, nearly new; one old range; one IS-inch round oak heater; one 14-inch heater; one baking cabinet; quantity of linoleum, in good condition; one 9x12 rug; one washing machine; one wringer. Other articles too numerous to mention. All articles of or under, cash: all sums over that amount, half cash, balance Oct. 1. 1921, at and 4% discount for cash on credit amounts. MeCOY BROS., Owners. J. E. ROSS, Clerk. PETER La VALLEY, Auctioneer AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM MRS. JANE SPENCER, ADMINISTRATRIX FOR THE ESTATE OF B. B SPENCER, I WILL, SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23RD ON SECTION 18, TOWNSHIP 12, RANGE 19, FOUR MILES NORTH OF TURIN SCHOOL COMMENCING AT 12 O'CLOCK SHARP. 1 Day Hare, 10 years, weight 1400 Ihs.: 1 Brown Mare. 7 years, weight 1300 Ibs.: 1 Brown Gelding. S years, weight 1400- Ibs.- i Brown Gelding, G years, weight 1100 Ibs.; 1 Bay Gelding, 7 years, weight 1200 Ibs.; 1 Bay Gelding, 12 years, weight 1250 Ibs.; 1 Black .Hare, ii years, weight 1100 Ibs.; 1 Saddle Pony, 10 years; 2 Colts coming 3 years old; 2 Colts coining 2 years old; 2 Colts coming 1 yenr old; 1 Registered Shorthorn Bull, i years, register No. 107545; 2 Milch Cows coming fresh soon; 4 sets Work Harness- 1 John Deere Sulky Plow; 1 set Iron Harrows; 1 Massey-Harrts Disc- 1 Shoe Drill; 1 Frost Wood S-foot Binder, new last year; 1 Hay Hake; 1 Bearing Mowing Machine; 1 Wagon and Rack; 1 Wagon and Grain Tank; 1 Manitoba Power Windmill; 1 Feed Grinder; 1 300-gallou Gasoline Steel Tank: 1 Force Pump; 1 let Blacksmith Tools; 1 Buggy Harness; 1 Saddle; 1 Hog Scalder; 1 Grindstone; Bunch of Barrels; 1 Trailer for Ford Car; 1 Heider Engine, 12-20; 1 3-furrow Engine Gang Plow; 1 Ford Runabout; 1 Ford Touring Car; 1 Fanning Mill; 1 Single Buggy; 1 set Dob Sleighs; and a lot of other articles too numerous to mention. Terms of articles of and under will be Cash. On other goods time will be given till October 1st, 1921, at 8% interest on secured bank notes. 5% discount for cash on credit amounts. Two Ford cars, cash. FREE LUNCH AT JANE SPENCER, Administratrix PETER Auctioneer 0. McSWAIN, Clerk. UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE OF Horses, Mules, Cattle, Machinery, Etc, AT W. HYSSOP'S RANCH EIGHT MILES NORTHEAST OF LETHBRIDGE ON THURSDAY, MARCH 24TH COMMENCING AT 10 O'CLOCK PROMPTLY Thn undersigned, bavins received instructions from Wm. Hyssop who has rented his farm, will sell the following: CO Teams Good Work Horses, 4 to 7 1300 to 1600 50 Good Young Mules, 3 to S ycert. broke; 20 Head Milch 100 Mares and Geld- ings, halter broke. Kumlcy Engine, 30-60, in good repair: Rumley Separator, new; S-bottom John Deere Plow; Cook Car: Packer: Bunk Car- Oil Tanlt and Wagon: Water Tank and Wagon; 2 VanBrunt Press Drills- 2 sets Iron Harrows; 2 John, Deere Disc Plows; 2 John Deere 14-inch Plows: Dnorlng Mowers; Stacker and Bull Rakes; 2 Side Delivery Hukea; 12-ft. Horse Rakes; 3 Deering Binders; 3 Wagons and Grain Viasons and Racks; 30 sets Double Harness; Potato Potato Cultivator: Massey-llarris Duck-foot Cultivator- 3 Spring Wagon; Cart. 1'Iiintnr: sets Doubl Discs; 1 5-horsepower Stickney Engine; 1 Dodge Truck; 1 Velie Car The al. jve will be found just as represented, and is an exceptional opportunity for Intending purchasers. TERMS: All sums of Riid under, cash; over that amount, time .will be given till November 1st. on approved Joint lien notes bsarmg interest at the rate of S per cent, per annum, 8 per cent. discount for cash. LUNCH PROVIDED. R. A. JOHNSTON, Auctioneer ;