Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
MARCH 192T THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE MARKETREPORTS HAY PRICES by Karm Products, l.lcl.. LothbriilKo) No. 1 Alfalfa, 2nd cutting .....J-'O.OO No. 1 Alfalfa, 1rii cutting 18.00 Standard Alfalfa hi.oo No. I! Alfalfa ..........H.IM) lo 15.01' No. t Mixed ilmatliy and alfalfa 24.00 Light inlxod...........i'0.00 to 23.00 No 1 IJIuojohlt, irrigated 23.00 to 21i.OO No. 1 Timothy, Irrigated to Wheat Straw (3 to.00 Oat Btraw .............10.00 to 12.00 Car loin, f.o.b. Coalclale or LETHBRIDGE GRAIN PRICES I'rices paid today for grain In Letu- britige. wagun loud loU, follow: Wheat .....................11.50 Outs .......................37 liarlsy ......................00 Flat 1.4P, Winnipeg Grain Markets WINNIPEG, Mnr. cash wheat situation today showed littl< Corn- -Xo. :i mlxi'il sa to No. 3 yellow to 2 while 41. to No. 3 white 39'Ji to 40K- Calgiry Liveitock. CAUIAK'.'. March at tho local yards today to noon wisro: 4Si; cattle, 19 calves and 247 hogs. The nmrltct opened fairly actlvo witli prices steady and a slrwger under- tone. Choice steers' quoted at to 58.85, good at to Choice heifers; wore worth choice cows to fli.50 with med- ium to good at to Good weth- ers were quoted at S8.75 and select hogs at J14.90. Chicago Liveitock CHICAGO, March re- j oils aluo Incrimiwd their 1 to ;i luilulH. SiilpiiliiKs roue I to 2 uml stool iMiiilpnitmU nhared to n Ilk.' extent. Itulln fulled to Hhow any mil- mutlou. however. Call money again uiwiiuil at G 1-4 cent. The QKKumod bi'oader propor- tions during; the mid-season, rails of the Investment and speculative group then developed n marked stronjor lone. Specialties coalers led the movement at gains of 1 to 2 points. Tho early advance elsewhere wan ir- regularly evidenced. N.Y, NEW YOHK. Mar. clmntjo steady. Demand JS.'.iO; cables 5-S. Canadian dollars 123-lij per cent, discount. Dutch Stirred By Publication Kaiser's Memoirs 1'AHRY 80UHD WANTS HELP TO HEHUIU) THE DAMAGE DONE BY FLOOD Two Albertans For Grain Probe Board TOItONTO, Mar. prov- incial legislature yesterday It. li. Hull. Llhera! member for Parry Sound. ut Ilin wrecking of tho power plant anil other damage at 1'arry Sound caused by the Hoods occasioned by heavy rahm last Saturday night, lie said It would he Impossible for Hie working men of that town to re- build tlieir titrueta and repair their damaged homos without outside as- sistance and he suggested thai, the province give linancla! aid toward ro- I n-il by the publication of former Em-! storing, the town to its former condi- poror William's book, which Is re-j Hon. gardcd as provipg that he is abusing I'i'emier Drury promised considcr- That He is Abusing Their Hospitality by Discussing Political Questions j LONDON. March 23.- Public opin- i ion In Holland has been greatly stir- Dutch hospitality by dealing with pol- itical nuestions. says an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Amsterdam today. The newspapers point out that; (the ex-kaisor'K self-defense was writ- atiun from the government. C. N. R. OFFICIAL DIES SUDDENLY .ouo; killing classes slow; ear- Justice Hyndman and President ly sales generally Bteady; bulk butcher steers to Calves dull, pack- ers bidding 50c lower. Hogs, receipts active; lights about SiiK lower; others mostly 15 to Change, except that premiums closed i 25c' pigs 25c to 40c lower. J3c. under the Tuesday's price, a less Sheep, receipts killing evident active demand being American mills. Export inquiry how- ever, continues good, with a lack of offerings hampering business. Wheat futures closed lower. After from i about steady; lambs top ear ?10.60; sumo held higher. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, March (Dominion Receipts today were 779 cattle. 950 hogs and 96 sheep. Trading was decidedly slow this morning witl: prices, holding about steady. A few touchiiiK a high of May reacted and closed Vic down from yesterday's price. July closed Vic lower from Tuesday. There was little change reported In at ?9; good nn the coarse grain situation. Oats clos- to ____ lie lower for both months; barley to stackers nnd feeder i.ic lower to %c higher; flax lilgh-l clajiscs w.------- or for May and Hie up for July and 'aml rye unchanged. Quotations steers of medium grade topped the .edlum weight bulk butcher -May...... July....... May....... May...... July....... May....... May......., July...... Open 162 Vi tendency. ......us steady; few good lambs weighed up around to ?12. Packers bidding for hogs but Close! sold at noon. Toronto Livestock TORONTO. Mar. receipts Wood of U. V. A. Mentioned as Likely Members l ten in Amerongen after he hail given j a pledge to the government ut Ti.c A Rl Hague not to interfere In political! T cumo llere Winnipeg, (mentions I as assistan' general claims agent of The book also, it is contended, shows I National Uaihvays, died j I hat tlie former German ruler has nnt. OTTAWA. Mar. Press rciil'''11 fom -While nothing officially has been an- His !.lllls noiinced by the government on the appointment of the rain inry Allhongh the govin-iuncnt: does not suddenly today of heart failure. ILVBBEJIT CARDIFF 3 T01 LONDON, Mtr. Associated an English cup re.pliyed oime to- day Wolverhampton Wanderers defeated Cardiff by 3 goals to 1. Wolverhampton will now meet Tottenham Hotspurs In the CUB final. In a re-played second division game Sheffield Wednesday defeat- ed Hull by 3 to 0. PRINCE SEES SPEAKER'S CHAIR GIVEN CANADA Mar. As- sociated Prince of Wales today visited the house of parliament and inspected the replica of the speak- er's cliair which is to he presented to tlie Canadian house of commons by the L'nited Kingdom branch of the Kmpire Parliamentary association. Carmangay Old- Timer Is Dead George Mcd'innls Suddenly This For Yeara (From Our Own Correspondent) CAUMANGAY. Mar. McCilnnls, a pioneer of this district. died suddenly at this morolBI. j Death was due to apoplexy. Deceased suffered a stroke about three years ago. but recently had been feeling as usual. He was about last night as late as The late Mr. McGinnis came to Carmangay district Iti years ago front Pullman. Wash., settling here, and was instrumental in locating many new (settlers on the land in this dis- trict as il was filling up. He is sur- vived by three sous, Norman, Leon- ard and Stanley. The funeral will be held on Thursday. grain nquiry 161 Vi _ Nor......1 Nor......t 173 170% Prices 2 Nor. 4 Nor. 5 Nor. .185% 3? i Nor......184% Feed.................. Track 2 C. W.....X6fc 3 C. W. Kx. No. 1 Feed 1 Feed 40 2 reed Track ___ 3 C. W.....S3 4 C. W.....71 Rejected and Feed Track '77 RYE- NO. 2 C. W....................IBS No. 1 N. W. C.............. 170V. 2 C. W.....166 Vi 3 C. Condemned ....170V4 Closing Sales NEW YORK. Mar. sales: O. P. R. ll-M-i U. S. Steel U. S. Steel preferred 110. Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Mar. de- veloped iu the wheat market today af- ter a, hesitating start. Talk of ex- port business with Greece tended somewhat to encourage bulls. It was also said that exporters had purchas- ed a good part of tho available supply of Durum wheat at the head of the lakes. Opening prices, which ranged from l-4c lower to l-2c higher with March 1513-4 and May 1421-3 to 3431-2 were followed by a moderate drop and then by upturns all around to well above yesterday's fiaish. Oats opened 1-8 to 3-Sc higher with May -10 7-8 to 41, and then weakened somewhat but soon rallied. Cloie Futures 155; May 141. July 67. 40; July Close Cash 1 red 158. j Trade very slow. Prospects aro for a good quarter lower. Calves, receipts Steady to a little weaker. Sheep, receipt! 319. Steady and un- changed. Hogs, receipts Fed and wat- ered selects f 1-1.75. Toronto Stockt j TORONTO. Mar. moved up 134 points to 1313-s in a dull I session on tho slock exchange this i morning, reflecting the improved sentiment of New York traders re- railroads. Brompton de- Gains and losses in other stocks were confined to fractions. Noon prices of War and Victory bonds were War 023-4; Victory 98; 971-8; 1924. 061-4; 1933, 981-4; 153 K; Montreal Stoclo MONTREAL. Mar. prevailed on the local stock exchange during the early trading this morning and nothing worthy of special co: ment occurred. Tlie market closed in a weak con- dition and nearly all the leaders de- clined from one to two points, Atlan- tic Sugar, which did not make an ap. pearaiice until late in the morning re- mained steady around its close of 321-1. National Breweries was the only strong issue, rising another 1-1 to 38, at which figure it closed. Wall Street Stocki NEW YORK, Mar. and motors contributed largely to the firmer tone of the stock market at the active opening of today's session. Allantic Gulf, Chandler and Kelly Springfield Tire soon rose a point or more, similar rallies being made by Republic Iron and Ratail Stores Pacific Oil, one of yesterday's promi- nent features, also moved moderately upward, as well as General Asphalt. Mexican Petroleum, Bndicott John- son aud Westinghouse. The only im- portant issue to register early reces- sions were New York Central, Royal Dutch and Sears-Roebuck. Materially higher prices were made by oils, motors, allied specialties and many miscellaneous issues during the lively forenoon session. Motors and United States Rubber scored extreme gains of 2 to almost Z points while Carrying your day into the night will soon wear you out. a good night's sleep is broken up "by coffee -drinking. If you find coffee keeps you awake nights, change to POSTUM CEREAL a refreshing drink of rich coffee-like flavor, but free from coffee's harmful effects. "There's a Reason" for Postum Kade by Canadian Postum Cereal Windsor, Ontario. board, the Canadian Press learned j on good authority today that the three members who will compose the board have virtually been selected. Judge Hyndman of Kdmonton and of the Al- berta appeal court is understood to have accepted the chairmanship. D. Staples. Winnipeg, is to be the ond member as a representative of; the grain trade. Third choice, it is j stated, has been offered lo It. Wood, president of the United Farm-i ers of Alberta, and failing his accept- ance, it was believed that James Stew- art, chairman of the present wheat board and who lives In Winnipeg will be the third member. Oflicia! an- nouncement is expected within a day or two. The commission, however, is not expected to get to work before the end of the present session. Report Confirmed i EDMONTON, March Judge Hyndman, whoso appointment as chair- man of the new grain Inquiry board has beeu unofficially announced from Ottawa, has been in touch directly with the federal government on the subject. Judge Hyndman admits hav- ing been communicated with on the appointment from Ottawa, but does i not wish to make any statement in confirmation or denial of the Ottawa] dispatch pending official announce-1 mont. i Wood Won't Accept CALGARY, Mar. W. Wood, president of the U.F.A. said today that ho cannot accept the federal I government's invitation to become a member of grain inquiry board.1 "U would be impossible for me to! arrange my work in connection with the U.F.A. so that 1 could assume the he exclaimed. "I have a great' deal of work, mapped out in connec- tion with tho farmers' organization which I am head and 1 would have i to give this up were 1 to take a place on the grain inquiry board. I appre- ciate the importance 01' the board's leave tile the ex-emperor to it is stated lhat the cabinet will make representations to him at Doom and draw his attention lo the obligations arising from his en- joyment of the Dutch right of asylum. Smoke duties bilities but I have definite responsi-, in connection with the U.F.A.! Mellowed Virginia blended by PILES PC not another day y.-'th Itching, BU'eit j ing, or rrotnid i and these I must recognize." Speaking of Mr. Stewart who in mentioned -is the appointee in the event of Mr. Wood's refusal, Jlr. Wood I regard Mr. Stewart as being as capable a man for t'lie hoard as could be secured anil besides he pos- sesses the confidence of the farmers of Alberta." One of Mr. Wood's responsibilities in relation to the U.F.A. has to do with .the political campaign which this body is waging. One of the first moves In this campaign will be taken at Medicine Hat this week when a candidate will be nominated for the federal seat rendered vacant by the death o fthe late Hon. Arthur Sit- ton. IIr. Wood will attend the con- vention but strictly aa adviser, not dictator, he says. Piles. No Hiirgfcal1 oper- ation required. Dr. Chase's Ointment will relieve you at once tucl afford lusting benefit. (Me. a box; all dealers, or Kdinannnn, Bates Co., Limited, Toronto. Sample ]iox freo if you mention ttiU uid enclose 2c, a tam of Will End UOHUMIVA7. Store Open Until 9 P. M. NEW BRUNSWICK SPEECH FROM THRONE ADOPTED FREDERICTON. N. B.. March 23 After a two-hour speech in which Premier Foster reviewed the work of his government, tho speech from the throne was adopted in the legislature, yesterday afternoon without division. The superintendent of education for the province tabled a report that 1 showed there were 72.999 scholars on j the rolls of the schools of the province. I a gain of in the year, but there I was a shortage of teachers, number- between 150 and 200. i Our Introductory Sale Is Away To A Good Start We intend to make this a real sale and if prices will do it HERE GOES. All new clean stock fresh from the manufacturers at prices that will compel attention. Jersey City Likely (o Get Demp. 1 sey-C'arpentier Go on July 2 NEW YORK, March conference was held here this morning between Tex Rickard, the boxing promoter and Jack. Kearns, manager for Jack Dcmpsey, regarding the projected bout. Rick- ard and Kearns have been con- ferring daily since Sunday and they refused to make any state- ment. Local sport writers this morn- ing declare it is now practically certain that Montreal ic out of the running. "Unofficial" news from tho conference room this morning was to the effect that the bout witl be held in Jersey City on July 2. M. Lewis, of tho fourth class of thi! Ontario Agricultural College, has nentj. an agricultural mis- sionary hi Wdi wiiina U Here Is the Best Yet! 50 Men's Tweed and Worsted SUITS; new stock that sold last fall at Qur sale price 4 MEN'S RAINCOATS MEN'S SPRING CAPS tweetis. in all the good shapes. Priced from to To cleur at HALF PRICE OUR MEN'S SUIT STOCK. is replete the season's newest creations in styles and cloths. MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS MEN'S UNDERWEAR (root! wearing neat patterns. Iteg. and fur cambrics, in Regular for That good utility coiit will break the wind and you dry, Regular Sale Regular Sale (tegular Hale Regular Hale Itegnlar Sain Keg. 5-10.00 Suit- Sale 1'iOg. Sulc RCK. Suit-- Sale, Keg. Suit- Sale Hes. Suit- Kale Regular for Regular for Balbriggan weights, In two-piece. Regular Sale Reguiar Sale Regular Sale Regular and medium' combination anil Regular Sale ..65c .90c MEN'S HOSIERY MEN'S WORK GLOVES (ifiuntlot cuff ;ind short linnl :uul unlinfid. Prineil Irani .fil.nij i.o- To deiir at HALF PRICE Sale, I.isle. silk, wool, and union qualities. Regular uOc; Sale, 3 pairs for Regular fi5c; -J pairs for Recular pairs for RflRllliir 3 pairn for Hogiilar S3.BO: pairs for Hale, Salo caghnicre 45c 75c 95c MEN'S HATS New spring styles in makes including Stetson Eorgalino. Regular up to for, cacli good and MEN'S SHOES Black and dark tan, good Ut- ters, medium block toes. Regular Sale, pair...... Regular Sale, pair...... Bee our qualities aud prices iu work shoes. THE MEN'S WEAR STORE ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK. PHONE 613. CLEANING AND PRESSING.