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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MARCH 1WT TMK LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MARKETJIEPORTS HAY PRICES iTumishcn; liy Farm Products, Ltd., l.olhbrldge) No. I Alfalfa, 2ml culling .....IliO.OO No. 1 Alfalfa, list t-iittins ig.oo Standard Altalla lii.UO No. L' Alfalfa ..........H.IIO to 15.00 No. 1 Mixed timothy and alfalfa 24.00 Light mlxml...........211.00 tl 22.00 No IBiueJoint. irrigated 23.00.to HO 17114 Oil Straw to 12.00 lots, {.o.b. Coaldalo or Lelhlmctkc. LETHBRIDfiB GRAIN PRICES Pricss pjld today for grain in Loth- wscen loud lots, follow: Oats .......................37 '50 1.43 Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG, Mar. ses- sion of the local market was of the holiday variety, there being but a, small volume ot business transacted. The cash wheat iltuttion continues voiy light with an demand from both Canadian and United States millers, but absolutely nofuing was coming out today. Premiums today :-2c better than Thursday clos- ing 13, 10 and 6 cents over for tha top grades, basis store, Fort William. At the same time the local future markets were inclined to slightly (inner, bat oven with Increas- ed premiums tho higher values offer- ed had no effect on holders. If the present situation continues, there is every evidence that it will do so, the can easily increase to 20 cents or higher. No. 2 C. W.......... W.IAX-- No, i c....... No. 3 C.W.. No. ii C.W.. .142 Condemned ..................us) Track ...-....................17114 i Chicago Grain j CHICAGO. March scatter-! ed soiling of wheat the start today but a report that a. Greek order for grain had been placed over the holiday brought forth a rally which carried prices over the highest point of Thurs- day. Trading, however, was light. Opening unchanged to 3-4c lower, with March 182 1-2 to 153 and May 141 to >UI. 3-4, the market made moderate advances and then a silent reaction. Oats opened uncounted to l-4c high- er with May 44) 1-2 to 40 3-4 and tben made a slight further CLOSE CASH I red; 157; No. 3 hard 167. 3 tniied 58 to 591-1: Vo 2 yellow 61 to 82. 3 white 4i 3-4 to 43; No. 3 white 40 to 4014. CLOSE FUTURES 1S33-4; May 1811-1. 63S-4; July 67.' July 413-4. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Mar. today 138 cattle 70 hogs and 77 aheap. With limited offerings tho market was dull, few changes being noted ovar Thursday's cloac. Medium killing steers made ft to femuls butchers to ?fi; fair to good stooksr steers io feeders to market remained firm, OF ILL-HEALTH Interesting Statement Krom In> teroal Trade Office Published WHITLA (From Our Own Correspondent) WIIITI.A, Mar. Gllroy, who hus Ijcc'ii farming near VYhllla for several years, shipped his stock and machinery lasf. weok to (Jraddocl; [where he will farm a section juet out- i side the Irrigated area. i Another well known farmer of lla, 4V. .1. N'osljitt, has moved to Coal- daia whoro lin will try irrigation. K. A. lloath has Just returned from Medicine Hat hospital where he un- derwent a Hiicccssiui operation for ;t rectal trouble. -Mrs. Charlc." Sturm lias gone to Medicine Hat hospital suffering from a very painful swelling of the lower PAGE kindly assisted In i I heir sui'eeHS. Mrs. guinn loft upend tlio weokeud with Mrs. rYank Lorflngwell at Warner. Nothing Is being overlooked in thn proiiaiMtiuius tor Mm dance that is be- ing given by till) Klrnt Aid Girls Friday evening, April 1st in Kllett'n Hall. This will lie IINU of tlio most en- joyable t> fthy season's dances, Mrs. C.' A. Hunt loft on Wednesday tho Dominion bureau of statistics pub- lishes tho following report concerning stocks of food in cold storage and in process of cure on March I, 1921: The butter in storage on March 1 amounted to jxnmds of creamery pounds'of dalrv Mrs. H. C. MrUaniel and Win. Jiardioj went over to the Hat yesterday lo be I In attendance at the farmers' conven- tion. Tho lumber for the new sidewalk' .101111-. reached town this morning aud Jake I night' for l.uthhridsc, whore site will bo the Kuost of her Mrs. Mr. Jepson returned from a busi- ness trip lo Letlibridgo on Friday. Mr. Toliey left tho first ot the week on business in U'thbridge. Mr. Ludmiro returned on Friday i from a business trip to MthbrMge. I Walter Quinn left, on Tuesday for i a business trip to Lethbridge. I Mr. J. Jochem wan a Lethbridfe I visitor during the weak. A successful dance was held at tile Lienhart, the old reliable. Immediately commandeered a team aud is busily engaged unloading. There has been a market, coarse grains were very dull today. Oats closed i-Sc higher; bar- ley 1-! to l-2o higher; ilai 3-4 to Ic higher and rye. unchanged. j ISO Cash Prieias Xo. 1 Nor...-1 SI Xo. 2 Nor.. >.ro. 3 Nor...184% No. 4 Nor.. No. 5 Nor...16614 No. 6 Nor.. Feed........Ml'.i Track No..2 C.W... 477; No. 3 C.W.. E.Ttr.i No. 1 feed -No. 1 Peed.. 40H No; 2 Feed. Track No. 3 C.W... 84 No. 4 C.W.. Rejected and feed............ Track .1S8H !15114 42% 4254 37% 72% 60 V4 78% RHEUMATIC PAINS RAISING A RUMPUS? Hnvti Sloan's Liniment fit. Sudden Rheumatic Twinges ON'T let that rheumatic pain or ache rind yon without Sloan's, Liniment again. Keep it handy In the medicine cabinet for immediate action when needed. If you are ou of H now, get another bottle today, so you won't suffer any longer than ne ressary when a pain or ache attacks Apply it without it prompt relief from sciatica, lumbago, neuralgia, back nclie, lameness, soreness, sprains, etralna, bruises. Be to use. All 70c, J1.40. The largest size contains sii times as much as the smallest. Made in Can- TO BE DYSPEPTIC Is To Be Miserable Tho poor dyspeptic suffers uutold Igony after every meal, and any one vbo has dyspepsia knows what joy i (rould jHvo to eat three square meals i day and not bo punished for it af Nearly overything that enters Ihe weak stomach acts as an irritant, >ml even tho little that is eaten sauiaa such torture and is digested K) imperfectly that it does little good Before you can eat heartily, and >ot pick -and choose your food, you Bnst put your stomach into such t somlitlon that it will manufacture itj iwn dig'cstivB ferments. For over forty years Burdock Blood Sitters lias been toning up and re- itoring weak stomachs to a normal H'.altliy condition so that tho food 10 longer causes distress, but is thor- "ighly digested nnd assimilated, and malilcs one to partake of all tho vliolesome food required without Bar of any unpleasant after effects. Mrs. Alice IJecknorth, Pesaerton, have hcen a great mltoror from indigestion and dyspep. rta for several years. I could not mt anything without almost dying i-om tho pain in the pit of my atom- "h. Seeing Burdock Blood "Ehly recommended tried a Iwttle mil cuu gladly say if. relieved me. I :an eat anything now, and am in health." B. H. B. is nianufitctured onlv hv .he T. Mllhurn Co.. Mmlted, Toronto i.t-mcn i. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO, Mar. 26-CattIe, re- ceipts 500; compared with week ago top beef steers to 50c lower; veal calves J1.50 lower. Hogs, receipts Market un- even, mostly steady with yesterday's average. Sheep, receipts Receipts to- day practically all direct to packers- compared with week ago, fat sheep about 2So higher; fat. lambs and yearlings mostly 50 to 75c higher. Wall Street stocks NEW YORK, March Today's short session of the stock market was attended by many confusing move- ments. Gross recessions of 1 to 5 points were made by Atlantic Quit Central General Asphalt Mercantile Marine areferred, United' Prult, American SmeVng, Western Union and Sears-Soebuclc, tho latter [ailing to the new low quotation of 66 1-4; Houston Oil gained nve points; Mexican Pete rose 2 points, and other less conspicuous stocks of the same class as well as motors and textiles were 1 to 3 points higher. The clone was irregular. Sales approximated 360.000 shares. Resumption of tradfng in the stock market today after the Good Friday suspension was featured by a rene'wa'l of. selling pressure Irani professional sources. This was directed chiefly ag- ainst oils and motor specialties, par- ticularly the rubber group. Within the first half hour losses of 1 to 3 points were sustained by Atlantic fiiilf, General Asphalt, Goodrich, Kelly Springfield and Sears-Roebuck. Gains extending from large fractions to 1 1-2 points marked the scattered dealings in Honston OH, Vanadium and Lack- awanna steels and Northern Paciflc N. Y. Funds NEW YORK. March exchange steady. Demand ?3.91 1-8- cables J3.91 7-8. Canadian dollars 11 7-8 per cent, discount. N.Y. Closing NEW YORK. Mar. 1141-3; U.S. Steel 821-J; U.S. steel preferred 109 3-1. GRAIN IN STORE 159 Avenue Piaa IX, Montreal. "For three years, I was tmile viffererfmm Dyspepsia and my general health was very b.id. I consulted a physician and took his medicine and faithfully carried out hisinstructions; but did not Improve and finally the doctor told ne 1 could not be cured. At thii time, a friend advised ra Coney, transcontinental flyer' whose an ne crashed near Crowville, La yesterday while was-'attempting a record-breaking flight in a Jackson- ville, Pla., to San Diego, California trip, today was battling for his. life Physicians said he had about one chance in ten of recovery, but the flyer himself re- nmmed cheerful nml express wonld J'Bt ba able to make the Lieut. Coney was brought here from (CrowvillH last night. An X-ray ex- animation snowed fractures of the' I third, tourth and fifth lumbar verte- brae and physicians expressed fear that he also had Bnffo.-ed internal in- juries. The lieutenant explained that his mishap was due tu engine trouble winch developed after he had been sue hours in the air and which forced him to descend. On landing he struck a tree and was thrown from the ma- chine. H3 was unconscious when ex- tricated from the wreckage by a farm hand who had witnessed the fall Friday Rugby Results Mar. Onion football games played yesterdav re- sulted as follows Hull 3; Halifax 2. Wigan "4; St. Helens 3. Swintou S; Oldham 7. Rochdale 0; 2. York 7; Hunslet 0. ilewsbiiry 22; Leigh lo. Barrow 0; Koighley 0. Widnea 10; Warrington 4. Bt. Helen's Hecs. 20; Salford 0. Rugby union games played yester day resulted us follows Llaneily -I; Belfast Collegians 11 Ahertlllery 27; London Welsh 3 Uarbarians 10; I'cnnrth 10. A Swampscott, Mans., man is suing the llr.nry M. Monk Directory Co. for dmrsins tlicv liini OH TARER x TABhli, Mar. 23.-A strong broezo this evcnin- following a sunny after-! noon, is rapidly drying the land and I a couple of small tractors went out to tho country this evening. The grass is siveu nt the roots aad evi- dence is plenty that the farmers are preparing to hitch uji tile four-in- hands. i Strong support is being tendered I becretary Sundai to his efforts to irri- Bate the stubble land early. At least I one member of the loard is favorable I to the proposition. j Mrs. L. (1. Tallnian. wife of the C i P. K. agent, has been ,-emoved to the! hospital with signs of 1 typhoic' fever. RAYMOND (From O'ir Own RAYMOXa Mar, I Wooil of Canlstou, is in town. Ho'will' address- the graduating class at ine A C. tonight. John I'owelson is a busings'; in Calgary this week. Clayton (J'reemtway iw ing thii W. convention in Mrs. Ureenaway is cunvsne? in this district. Mr. H. DaMl home of NMeis Anderson in the beet fields. Mr. and Mrs. Da hi will be re- sidents of the 1st ward in tho near fill lire. i Mrs. Cyril Alired entertained In honor of her mother, Mrs. Mary All-1 red ou March 19th. All present re-1 port an oiijoyabio time. A negro at Tampa, ria., accused of I milking improper remarks to u white woman, was taken from ihe mob aiuj U MARKET REPORTS SIX DAYS A WEEK DYER-CHANGING prices make it f-' imperative that farmers and those interested in farm produce should keep in closest touch with the mar- kets. The Joss of one day's quotations may mean the of many dollars to the man who fails to notice a change in prices. Calgary Daily Herald has a 1 reputation for absolute accuracy in all its news, particularly in market reports. The source of information from which they are acquired i? au- thoritative. service alone is worth far more uiaii msny times th? nrio.e. of a year's subscription, THE Calgary Daily Herald has won a firm-place in thousands of Al- berta homes, is it in yours? YOU SHOULD READ The Calgary Daily Herald ,ALBERTA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER OrHf.r from your Local Ageni or from the Publisher at Calgary. By Maii. per ysar. nayable in advance. ;