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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. MARCH 1921 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS HAY PRICES vns third. Eighteen liorses ran. ts No Wage Boost: For U.S. Rail Men Decision of Railway Labor Board Affects 15 Unions on 67 Short Lines And Trade Negotiations Are Not Comment obvious that Kussht will have to bf kept well uu to her tc Khutaln from hostile :ictiim from spreading propaganda against tin British Umpire. "Public opinion will remain quieted until tho terms of the aqvlel treaty which touch Inil'u most relating to Afghanistan, havi been fully disclosed." PRICE OF ICE pREAM IN WEST COMES DOWN CHICAGO. States labor Mar. United board today dismissed 1GO WHEAT- NO. 1 Nor. No. :i Nor. No. 5 Nor. Peed...... OATS- NO. 2 C.W... No. 1 Cash Prices 193% 186% 168% 143% No. 2 Nor...190% 6% No. 4 Nor.. No. 6 Nor...153% Track ..193-X No. 3 C.W... 42% 42% No. 2 feed.. 37% Asphalt and American Smelting were irregularly.lower. Houston.Oil, Amer- ican Woofen, studebaker, Chandler i and United States Rubber were among; the firmer issues. Rails, steels and equipments recorded very slight chan- ball games played today follows Queens 1; Rangers 1. Celtic i; Pdrtlck 1. Lanark 2; Clyde 2. Rugby Results LONDON, Mar. As- sociated games play- id today resulted as Northern Union Battley 14; St. Helen's Recs. S. Wigan SI; Leeds 0. Bradford 2; Rochdale 11. Bramley 5; Hull 31. Halifai 27; Wakefield 0. Hunslet 3; Salford 3. Huddersfield C; Oldham 5. Leigh 0; Dewshury 0. St. Helens 9; Broughton 7. York 8; Swinton 0. Hull Kingston 27; Barrow 10. fficial report of the Silesian plebis- resulted as cite commission. The only alithenti' j information in the possession of of- I ficial quarters consists of the original I unofficially estimated percentage of the total vote credited to Germany. This gave Germany 61 per cent, of all the votes cast; but did not indi- cate the distribution by districts. Settle Silesia Soon PARIS, Mar. regard- ing tho new frontier of Upper Silesia will not be settled before tbe middle or ond of April, according to the Petit Parisien. The newspaper says the inter-allied plebiscite commission for Upper Silesia probably will make proposals on the question to the coun- cil of ambassadors here and that tbe supremo allied council probably will meet if tbe the intervention of government chiefs is considered neces- sary. feed No. 1 Feed.. 40% Track.......................46% BARLEY- NO. 4 C.W... No. 3 C.W... Feed........ FLAX- NO. 1 N. W. C. No. 2 Condemned..... Track ........i RYE- NO. 2 C. W Track. 78V4 Chicago Grain Trading slackened at mid-day but price changes continued downward, motors finally giving way with' rub- ber specialties. Isolated features of strength included Famous Players, common .and preferred, and Adams Express and American. Express at gains of 2 to 3 Automobile shares, Amsi'lcan Wool- len, Associated Erygoods, Reploglej Steel and Colorado Fuel gained 2 toi 4 points during the morning. Else-i where, excepting rails. In which duil- j ness ruled, reactionary tendencies pre- ..............160 dominated. Industrial Alcohol broke SETTLE PLACE OF appeals for increased wages filed with it last fall by 10 railway labor unions against sixty-seven "short lines" throughout the ITniled States. Short lines which accepted for their men tho terms of six hundred million dollar wage awards of last July will not bo privileged to go back to the old scale under today's action how- ever, the announcement of the board "This decision shall not be con- j sidered as affecting any wage increase now in effect nor any agreement re-j garding wages between any of tho i carriers and their employees." LONDON. Mar. with the principles enunciated by Chas. K. Hughes, United Stales secretary of stain, In his reply to overtures for a I trade agreement by tho Russian so- vlet government is expressed by the Daily Mail, in commenting on the slt- j Million. The newspaper says the Brit- ish government's attitude in conclud- iuff an agreement for tho opening of trade relations with. Russia contrasts strikingly with Ike docision of the United Stales. "President. Harding." declares the i newspaper, "distrusts Bolshevik diplo-' macy and lost no time in rejecting J.eniuo's overtures. It is certain Brit-1 aln will find herself at variance with the Bolshevik sooner or later. It is UKG1NA, Mar. price a', las cream is coming down. This nouncement was made by the Western Canada Ice dream Manufacturing as- sociation following a meeting hero. The reduction for tho prairfe prov inces will amount to ten cents a gal Ion, and go into effect May .i. vmm SALT for Insomnia FAHMERS FOR WEST FROM OLD COUNTRY ARRIVE ON MINNEDOSA U. S. CIVIL SERVANTS MAY GET WAGE BOOST ..............173 NO. 3 c.w...142% .......139% ........172 Tex Rickard Will, Likely Hold it Near New York Though Montreal Has Chance 1 sharply on adverse dividend rumors CHICAGO, March weather and food, copper and leather issues put some strftngth into the wheat mar- ket today. No damage reports were Call received, however and upturns in I time money was more plentiful but prices failed lo last. Trading which unchanged. developed increased heaviness, money opened at 6 1-2 per cent. began today in the July delivery, was Oils, steels and equipments estend- NBW YORK, Mar. 28- the week ends Press) Tex Rickavd WASHINGTON, Mar. bill lo I fix new wage standards for all United States government employees is lo be one of Ihe first measures to ob- tain consideration at the coming ses- sion of congress. Salary scales in general, according to plans outlined, will he but wages for several classes may be reduced. The increased cost of living, high- er wages of private industry and many other factors ar.e to be taken into ac- count ill flxing..the new salary'stand- ards, v will positively, announce the location j of the Dempsey-Carnentier bout, ao- i cording to W. J. MacBeth. the Trih- FEBRUARY FISH CATCH ST. JOHN. X. B., Mar> of 30 domestic servants, :u women aud 90 farmers for the Canadian west reached hero Ibis afternoon on board the C.P.O.S. liner Minnedosa. The out. under the auspices of the Sas- katchewan government and the wo- men by tlio Williams' Settlement So- city of Saskatchewan. The farmers are going to tho following points Winnipeg 19; Saskatoon 14; Cal- gary 20; Edmonton 10; British Colum- bia 8. Nineteen fanners will locate in Ontario. The lion. Manning Doll- crty, Ontario minister of agriculture, was also a passenger on Ihe Minne- dosa. EARLIEST OPENING OF NAVIGATION ON ST. LAWRENCE IN YEARS MONTREAL, Mar. the ar- rival here this morning of Ihe Cana- dian ice-breaker Lady Grey, the earl- iest opening of navigation on the St. Lawrence for 40 years took place to- day. The Lady Grey yesterday crack- ed the great ico bridge which forms at Three Rivers every year and with- iu a few hours the river was free. The average date for the clearing of the river is around April 20. uno today. That the fight will staged within one hundred miles New York, the writer states to almost certain and favors New .Ic of lie Oats opened 1-4 to 5-8c higher with May 40 7-8 and then undergoing some- thing of a setback. CLdSE 'FUTURES 157; May 14314. 641-8; July 873-8. 403-4; .Tilly 42. .2 red 153 to 1S4 1-3; No. 2 hard 153 to 1551-2. 3 mixed 571-4 to'581-4; No. 2 yellow 00 3-4 to 611-2. 2 white 411-4 to 413-4; No. 3 white 33 1-2 to 40. Edmonton Livestock EDMONTON, March receipts 43; calves 14. Market quiet and draggy. Good to choice butcher steers J7 to J7.75; com- mon to cowa and heifers J6.60 for choice; bulk to ?6; fair demand for stockers and feeders good veal calves to choice stuff would bring more. PILES Are Generally-Caused By CONSTIPATION OTTAWA, Mar. Pre-ss.) total catch of sea fish on both coasts of the Dominion for the mouth of February was cwts.. wilh or Atlantic City. He concedes value in first bands of as compared will! cwts., valued at for Ihe same moalli last year. with every assurance or greater value of the smaller profit.' He lias ratch tnis according to the Closing Sales Montreal's offer of and finds i monthly statement of tbe fishery YORK. Mar I "s bonafide. Still he hesitates. He i is due lo increased catches of of only small volume, with quotations ed their losses In the last hour with Montreal has still a chance, howflvei. 122 to 125. The market aa a whole investment rails, hilt specialties, in- "Rickard can move to Canada." no opened 1-4 to 1 l-4c higher with March eluding Sears-Roebuck, rallied brisk-: 154 and May 141 3-4 to 142 1-4, nnt.'y- The closing was irregular. soon sagged to below Saturday's finish. NEW sales: C.P.R., 113; LT. S. Steel, believes the fight U. S. Steel iHTlorrert, 100. York would attract Excrnngi Hoiiday sate in a stadium l.liat would LONDO.N, .Mar. is j f rom sixty thousand to one h holiday on ail Liverpool and j spectators. or near New! halibut and smelts, which arc fairly million d.-jllar! exlleniaivo fish, while the catch of her-i ring, a cheap fish, was much smaller, j seat Paris N. Y. FUNDS NEW YORK, Mar. Sterling cliange steady, demand 1-4 cables Canddian dollars 11 5-8 per cont. discount. GRAIN IN STORE WINNIPEG. March 2S.-The follow- ing statement of stocks In store in terminal elevators at Fort William and Port Arthur on March 24, with receipts and shipments during tho week was issued by the board of grain commissioners on Saturday: in store: Wheat 5J1 bushels; oats barley 57li; flax rye 397.650. P.ecelpts: WBeat bushels- oats torley flat 62- 028; rye Rail shipments: Wheat. bushels oats barley 69106- flax rye "Hi? promotion of the last heavy- weight battle in Toledo was disap- pointing because the crowd did not come from outside cities ST. LAWRENCE RIVER SLOWLY CLEARING OF ICE There are few, (f any. complaints Kiore common than hemorrhoids, or piles, as they are commonly called, and scarcely, any which cause I I ONTARIO TEACHERS TO ENCOURAOE SPORT TORONTO, Mar. new feat- ure in connection with the annual convention .of ths Ontario Educational MONTREAL. Mar. Lliw- ronco river between Throe Rivers and Lake St' Peter was cleared of ice yes- terday, and this morning the ice in Lake St. Peter which forms the prin- cipal harrier to river navigation be- low Montreal was reported to he mov- ing. With the ice movement in Lakrj St. Peter the river level hero foil from 38 feet G inches to Svfeet 11 inches and the channel is now clear from Montreal to Tongue Point. It. is ex- pected that thft ice-breaker Lady Grey will be able to force a passage to Montreal by Monday. For some days the river has been .open from Three Rivers to the gulf, but the opening of navigation may be delayed by ice conditions in the lower gulf. According to reports the mild weather has act froo an unusu'il number of K-ebergs which have drifted inlo Ihe gulf. Latest advices. 'QUAKE NEAR HALIFAX j HALIFAX, Mar. earth-! quake which touk place "within a com- paratively short distance of Xova Scotia." was registered on the seis- j mograph at Dalhonsie University this! morning at Dr. J. L. Johcstone, j I director of the observaloty, who made i Ihis announcement, said he was mak-', ing a. further examination of the reo; ord to establish the approximate lo- cation of tho disturbance. are 27 sections of the association and Ingu I.e. itching, bleeding and protud- ing, and pains which Accompany tnem cause misery which Is beyond descripliou. Ointments and. suppositories help and relieve for a while, but to i-'et rid of them, It is necessary to have a free, easy and natural motion of the bowels, at. least once or twice a. day, and by doing this the cause be quickly removed. Mllburn's Laxa-Llvcr.Pills regulate tho flow of to act properly pn the liver aud bowels, thus removing the constipation and all troubles. Its allied They cdntaln no calomel or drastic mineral ingredients, being purely veg- etable. They are small and easy to take, and do not gripe, weaken or sicken. Mllburn's Laxa-Ltver Pills are 2Sn. a vial at ill druggists ur dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Iscracnt. in session at one time. will be PITT8BURG SCIENTISTS FIND A LONG SOUGHT FORMULA PHILADELPHIA, Mar. tists in a Plttsburg steel mill have dis- 'covered a formula, long sought by the British and United States naval au- thorities, which the Germans used in the construction of frame work of Zeppelin dirigibles, according to an announcement from the Philadelphia navy yard today. Hllherlu It was said to the navy yard, nothing ha. been known of the composition of tho aluminum alloy used In the frame work of Zeppelins save that it was lighter than steel and of a great tensile strength, des- pite experiments, both by tho United States and Britain ever since tho aircraft of the Benpelln typo was SWISS WORKING HOURS EXTENDED DELICIOUS AND KBFSESHINa 17 VERY little movement means more thirst. THfc COCA-COLA COMPANY WinnipcB, Manitoba SOUTH AMERICAN COLD TO NEW YORK NEW Mar. valued at approximately arrived today on the steamship Aeolus from Montovido and Buenos Airos in payment on unfavorable trade bal- ances. TO OTHERS and To is a quid pro quo? A SWAP shot down and Us frams BEIII-IX. Mar, Sv.-j.is ernmeul. authorized the ex'.er.siou of the working hours; in 'joriain trades from 48 to 52, royardless of the SN- luutcsiH action haw lie-.-n taken on account of tin; economic criiits. Wood working and mak- ing plants arc included in the now j order. TRAIN SCARED THUGS LONDON'. Out., Mar. T. Surnper. Incnl druggist, after closing his store Saturday night, was struck down by holdup men at a railroad crossing. They were going through his [Kickels and had taken Ihree dol- lars when a train appr-oachf.d. The men fled without obtaining a much work larger sum of money Mr. Sumnc-r bad AUCTION SALE STOCK UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM GEO. W. ANDERSON, THE UNDERSIGNED WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE PORTEOUS SALE BARN, TABER ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30TH the following: 1 learn Bay Geldings. 7 and S years. 3350 Ins.; I Bay Holding, 7 years, 1400 Ibs.; 1 Black Gelding. 11 years, 1300 His.: I Bay Gelding, 7 years. 1200 Ibs.: 1 Bay Gelding. 7 years, lion His.: 1 Bay Gelding. 7 years. 1050 1 Bay Mare, 7 years. 1150 Ibs.; 1 Buckskin Mare. 7 years, 1200 Ibs.; 1 Huckskin Filly, coming years, 1000 Ibs.: 1 Bay Filly, coming 2 years; 1 Sorrel Filly, IS months; 2 Bay Geldings, coming 4 yearn; 1 Bay Mare, 7 years, 1200 Ibs.; 1 Black Gelding, coming 4 years; 1. Sorrel Mare. 7 years. 1200 1 Sorrel Mare, 11 years, 1050 Ihs.; 1 Black Saddle Horse, 10 years, 1050 Ibs.; I Registered Clyde Stallion, 7 years, 1600 Ibs. (papers produced on day of 2 Heavy Wagons: 2 Light Wagons; 1 Top Buggy, new; I Double Disc Van Brunt Drill, 10-spout; 1 set Iron harrows, 20 ft; 1 16-ft. Packer- l McCormick Binder, S ft. cut; 1 Deering Binder, S ft. cut; 6 sets Work Harness; 1 set Double Driving Harness; 1 Triple Bed Grain Tank; 4 Bundle Racks; 1 Gas Engine; 2 Flax Attachments. McCormick Binder, new; 1 Light Saddle; 2 Disc Harrows, otit- tbrow, 8 ft.; II Disc Harrows, intbrow, s ft.: Doubletrees and Neck- yokes; and many other articles too numerous to mention. All the above named stock and implements are free; from any encumbrance. TERMS CASH. SALE COMMENCES AT 1 O'CLOCK SHAKP, DR. J. E. DAVIS, Clerk. COL. PORTEOUS Sells It. AUCTION SALE THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBllC AUCTION AT THE FARMERS' FEED BARN ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30TH AT ONE O'CLOCK FOLLOWING: head of mares and geldings, 4 to 7 years old, 1300 to 1500 each, broke to work, good horses; also two sulky plows; wagons; harness. Four good cows. Everything will ho sold. TERMS CASH. S. McGUIRE, Clerk. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer AUCTION SALE Fanning Implements and Equipment Having received instructions from Messrs. White and Solberg, I will sell by public auction on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30TH, 1921 COMMENCING AT 1 O'CLOCK At the Farm on Section 32-7-19-W4, Being 1 Mile North and 4 of Wilson Siding. 2 I. H. C. Tandem Discs, 10 ft.; 4 Van Brunt Press Drills, in ft. (3 1 Kentucky Press Drill, 10 ft.; 12 sections of Iron Drag Har- raws (J sections 15 sections Spring Tooth Harrows (7 sections 1 Sub-Surface Packer, 10 ft.; 1 John Deere Wagon. with new 150-bus. Grain Tank; 1 Wagon Gear, ;Hi, John Deere; 1 Hamil- ton Oear, 1 Wagon Gear, 2 Hay Racks; 1 Deering Mower, 6 ft.; 1 McCormick Hay Hake: 7 McC'ormick Binders. S ft.; 4 Tractor Binder McCormlclc Reaper; 1 Chatham Fanning Mill; 1 Studebaker Coupe, new cord tires, excellent condition; Forge, Anvil, Bundle Forks, Chains, Tools, and many other articles too numerous to mention. 32 ll.p. Reeves Steam Engine; 42-61 Avery Separator, 14 ft. Gar- den City Feeder; S bottom Tohn Deere Engine Gang, breaker and stubble bottoms; Cook Car i'iid Trucks, full eauipment of cooking utensils; Bunk Car aud Trucks. Terms: Amounts under cash; all over JI5, one-third cash und balance nn approved joint lien maturing November 1st, 1321. interest a( discount on credit amounts fcr cash. WHITE SOI.BERG, Owners. PETER LaVALLEY, Auctioneer AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS Having: received instructions from Mr. E. R. Lea, I will sell hy public and without reserve, at his farm, The Northwest Quarter of Section 33-8-20-W4, being seven miles due of Lethbridge, and two 'miles south and two miles west of Coaldale. ON TUESDAY, MARCH 29TH COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK. 50 HEAD OF CATTLE 2 fresh Mjlk Cows, Holstein grade; 7 Cows, fresh in two months Uulstein grade; 11 head Yearlings aud two-year-old Heifers, Holstein ?rade: 10 head Cows and Heifers, Aberdeen Angus grade; 10 head 1'earliiiK Heifers and Steers, beef grade; 10 Steers, two years, beet 30 HEAD OF HORSES 1 team Marcs, 10 years, weight 2800; 1 team Mares, 7 10 ynars, 2700, in foal; 1 team Mares, 7 and weight 2600 in foal; t team Mares. 8 years, weight 2800, in foal; 1 team Marei, li and 7 years, weight 2500. ill foal; 1 team Mares, 7 years, weight 2500, in foal; 1 team Mares, 5 years, weight 2600; 1 team Mares, S years; weight 2500; 1 team Geldings, C years, weight 2tiOO; 1 team (Jeldings, S years, weight 2500; 1 Mare. 7 years, weight 1200, in foal- 1 Mare, (i years, .wolght in foal; 2 Saddle Horses; S Colts com- ing .1 years. fi seta Heavy Work Harness: L set Light Harness. 1 Van Brunt Rouble Disc Drill, with Grass Boeder; 1 Dcerlng Rindor, S- ft.; t Emerson Gang Plow, 14 in.; 1 Oliver Gang Plow, M in.; 1 Caso Gang Plow, 14 in.; 1 Kmerson Sulky Plow II in.- I Potato Planter, "Iron 1 Potato Digger: 1 Potato Sorter; 1 Potato Sprinkler. 4 row; 1 Lever Harrow. 1 Magnet Cream Separator; 1 Deering Wheel Rake, 10 ft.; 1 Mc.Cormick Wheel Rake. 10 ft.; 1 Deering Mower, i> ft.; 1 McCormick Mower, 5 ft.; 2 Wagons with good boxes. 8 stacks Alfalfa, 5 to 18 tons each. Terms cash. 1 TITAN TRACTOR, 10-20, in good repair. 'IHRMS: Amounts up to .p'ulO, cash; over J25.00, one-half and for the lialiinc.i approved joint lion note maturing October 1st, s% interest.. discount, on credit iimnimts for cash. R. R. LEA, Owner. PETER La VALLEY, Auctioneer co Ilowslcy Land Agency, Lethbridge. ;