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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MARCH 20.1D2T THE U3THBRIDGE DATLY HERALD PAGE FIV1 MARKET REPORTS WHKAT- May July...... OATS May July..... 1IAKI.KY Mny..... July KLAX-- Mny..... July..... HAV PRICES CFurnlitwd by Farm Products. Mil.. No. Alfilia, 2ml cutting JJD.OO No. I AltalCu. 1st cutting Standard Alfalfa No. 2 Alfalfa 14.00 lo 15.00 No. 1 Miioil timothy and alfalfa 24.00 Unlit nilioil 20.00 to 3'J.OO No 1 UluojoIiH. irrigated to 28.00 No. 1 Timoloy, Irrigated (25 to f'i'J WhMt.Straw (I! wires) 10.00 Straw U.uO to 12.01) lotjttf.o.b. Coaldalo or Luthbrliluu. LETHBRIDGE GRAIN PRICES Prices paid today for grain in Lcth- wagon loaj lots, follow: Wheat ____ F J1.50 Outs 117 Barley 50 Flai Winnipeg Grain Prices WINNIPEG, Mar. After the the stronger opening in today's mar- ket, sent iMay wheat up to 183. I ho high of tbo day. values cased off and loll io Prices held firm and closed fractionally higher for May, with July lover. A continued excellent demand from American millers was evident in the cash markets and the premiums ad- vanced one cent. At one time during the session cash wheat was quoted at 196W, tho highest for weeks, but little changed hands at this figure. Trade was not large, with a little wheat changing hands, said to he for outside short account. The coarse grains continue very dull, fluctuating to some extent with wheat. Stocks are liberal with a limited vol- i than Irom" running a ume of business passing. Oats closstl lawn. Opening prices Open 181 182 47 48% r.s Cash Prices WHEAT- NO. I Nor. 194% No. 2 Nor. IDlli No. I! Nor. No. 4 177V, No. 5 169 No. C 166 Feed........141 Track .....19414 OATS- NO. 2 C. W. No. S C. W. 42 Bxtra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed 40 Track BARLEY- NO, s c. w. S3 Few! 59% No. 1 N. W. C. No. 2 C. W. 42 No. 2 No. 4 C. Track 71% 77V, 139 .............17114 No. S C. W. 142 Tmek 167 to lie lower; barley >ic higher to uncharged; flax ;ic lower to %c high- er and ryo 2c lower. Quotations: Condemned No. i C. W.............. Chicago Gnin CHICAGO, Mar. that cold weather had done canslder- able damage to the new crop led to material upturns today in the price of wheat. A leading expert, however, de- clared that unless the roots were in- jured, no more harm would result mower over a Vhich ranged the market dull today. trad- lux hwliiK cnniliu'd mostly to und fonder rlUKaen. llmivy unit me- dluin stc'.irs lopnt'd at 8.75 with bulk 7.60 to 8.00; choice slockor steers ti.OO to S.OO. There was little doing In veal culvoK. henry stuff welshing up at fi.oo to 7.60. The hog market remained steady 11 14.00 for selects. Sheep und lamb quotations about iteady with yultrday. Edmonton Livestock EDMONTON'. Mar. Live- receipts 104; calves 10. Market quiet with prices steady irith yesterday's close. to choice steers ti.Tr, to 7.75; medium 5.75 to common around 5.00: (food to choice covra anil heifers 5.50 to 6.00: common 4.50 to 5.00. The do- mand for siockors and fair with feeders nolling 5.00 lo (5.00: fancy 1S.OO, v.-ith built of good sort 6.00 to 8.00. Hogs quiet; selects 1-1.30 oft curs; no receipts. Toronto Livestock TORONTO. Mar. Branch.ICattlc. receipts TOD. Cattle trade brisk and prices unchanged.' Montreal Livestock MONTREAL. Mar. Dominion w.ero 11! cars of stock two markets this morning, made Optometry Bill Comes Under Fire Amendment Refuse Optome- Right to Fit Children With Glasses (Special to fiic Her Mir. 2p. Hy a vote of so von for lo throo against, the private billn committee of tlir laturo Tuesday morning inserted an amendment to the hMl iurorporuttne the Alberta Optometnc association, whereby optometrists will not he per- mitted to examine or fit Klawnen to 1 the eyes of children under 1'J years of j ALBERTA TEACHERS URGING DOMINION MINISTER, EDUCATION! HUSBANDS PUT WlVtl' NAMES ON VQTIRfi' LISTS tDMONTON, Mir. Al- bcrta Alliance In decided to request the provincial executive through the medium of the confederation of teachers, to urge the federal government to appoint a minister of education for the Dominion cabinet, with a view to forming a national policy. It WPS passed by the alliance that a commiHioner be appointed by the Dominion government to Invectl- yatc and report upon the matter of primary and secondary school teachers' salaries. HAMILTON. Mar, was stal- led hero yoHterduy (hitI. Pol, C. 'Jwynn, revising oillrcr. uddud to Uio list for the nM'wrtmdum the nanios of two women votary, t'Ml on from their huntmmU ami t liiit Martin Muloim. another re- vising ufllcer ulno accepted JinlKn Snydor is tmiil to ruled that ti'.ihoul timdierH who are ahsuut from tiiis c'lty on vacation nuiy have thi'ir HuniPs addod lo votors' lint liy proxy, on tho reconnuendation of tieur ri'isillons or einployerg. A daily cupful of hot OXO warmth. energy, vitality and fortifies agamrt illnett. Give. Strength Tills amendment, insisted upon by Dr. Blow. South Cnlpir.v. and Dr. 0. j 0 Stanley. Hteh Kiver, caused ;t j ienjjthy argument in the committee; und was strongly opposed by .1. Turpeon. Ribstorsi'. who is steering j Iho bill thtouRli tho hou.-ic. Mr.-Tiir-[ scon insisted that thn amendment op almost entirely of veal calves and kill the bill. nc: said he would withdraw it unless I committee agreed to consider it again, he did not wish to raise the Sister Brides Run Away From Brotfier Grooms hoyi. Calves J9. Select hosB Livestock iittfd would withdraw it unless (he Mysterious Disappearance In Ohio UIVCMOCF; i i ......-_....., CHICAGO, Mar receipts "lat a 'he committee I Lady In Auto Blamed 8.000; slow, steady on all grades and nlanns; quality good, bulk beef steers 8.25 to 9.50; bulk butcher ?he stock 5.J5 lo 7.J5; bulk veal calves to 8.50. VOl'.S'GSTOWN', O.. Mar. from to with May 144 I this morning prices cor- to and July 128 to "were succeeded hj- further gains and then by Borne reactions. Oats opened unchanged to Uc high- with May 4074 to 41H and con this argument the commute agreed that the. vote would not he, recorded but that the bill v.-ouici he AS'U'S IS years old and Mrs. considered again at a. meeting of 'the i Thclma Metzell. iO. sisters, who re- Hogs, receipts falrlv active; when a quorum can be had. I married KeniT and Jacob Hel- light and medium 25 to 50c lower; I A" otllcr sections of the bill v.-aro others mostly 25c lower than yestcr- i hy tho committee with some day's average; piga 2B to 50c "lower. The measure provides: Sheep, receipts Iambs mostly itllat optometrists nun- become mnnl-; lu'e yestmllly' 25c lower. Montreal Stocks !'ei MONTREAL, Mar. four days of idleness the stock exclmnBe a "oard appointed by thn university senate that they have the requisite responding to those which prevailed luallfications. without an examination, at the close last Thursday and very urovldnd they have a place of business few noticeable changes appeared "le province and are competent and ing the first half hour. j of moral character. Newcomers Toronto Stacks must serve an apprenticeship of Pay-Day Saving You are paid regulariy. Save regularly. When comes, put some of the money in a Savings Account in The Merchants One dollar five dollars ten dollars Vhatever you can conve- niently afford. And put in the same amount every pay-day. opens a AccounU-depoaitsof fl. BANK Head Office OF CANADA LETUPWDOE BRANCH, STOCK YASbS BRAKCH K J DINNINQ. W. T. B2SE brothers of Allullta. Michigan, iuive mysteriously disappeared, the Search for the brides and Kurroundiiiff towns ers of the association if ihev have i in this oity een residents of Alhorla one futilc- y funishiiift satisfactory evidence to' tinned to averaee above vesterdav's i TORONTO, Mar. Hie province and take turned average b on the stock exchange thj, A final amendment pro- Clote Futures tne exception of those in tnat no optonmtrlst. unless be H3; Jnly 120. July 67. July Close Cash 4 harcU Xo. 4 dark 134. 2 mixed 61'4; Xo. 3 yel- low 67% to CO. Sjfliite 42 to 43; .No. 3 white 395i to Calgary Livestock jtory honils, were light and generally 1 medical certificate, can CALGARY, Srar. 29. The cattle market was quiet today with prices about steady. Receipts: Cattle 16f; hogs 37; no calves or sheep. Medium steers 6.60 to 7.00; good htlfers and eowa C.OO to 6.50; good calres 7.00 to 7.50; common calves 6.00. No hogs or sheep" sold at noon. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Mar. 29. (Dominion 421 cattle, 73 hois and 20 sheep. With limited offerings Beware of Tender Gums Unhcdthy Mil tho W of wheit UnWkfey fiuma kill the beat o{ teeth. To the teetfc xwnd, keep the guiM well. Watsh for tender bleedinj sums. Thit is symptom of Pyorrhea, wtieh four out of five people over forty. Pyorrhea menaces the body as well u the teeth. Mot only do the gums recede and cause the teeth to decay, loosen and fall out, but the infecting Pyorrhea eerme lower the body's vitality and cause many seri- ous ills. To avoid Pyorrhea. vitit your dentist frequently for tooth and gum inspection. And use Fothan'a For tha Gums. Forhan's For the Gums will prevent check its progress, if used in time and used consist- dentifricea cannot do this. Forhan's' wall keep the gums firm and healthy, the teeth white and clean. Start using it today. If gum-shrinkage has set in, use Forhan's according to directions, and consult a dentist immediately for special treatment. 35c and 60c tubes in Canada and U. S. If your druggist cannot supply you, send price to us direct and we will mail tube postpaid. prices in the main be ing practically unchanged from the sessions prior to Easter. Abitibl was the cnly stock to record a substantial price fluctuation, declin- ing J5i to 39'i. N'oon prices for War and Victory honds vere as follows: War Victory 98; IS2S. 97'i; 1924; 96: 1927, 97; 1933, 1934, 1937, 99. call himself by the title of cloolor. Manufacturers for Tariff Protection couples were on an auto honeymoon trip when their car stopped by a woman standing beside a big touring car, who ap- pealed to the men to change a tire for herr which she said she had blowu out. the lire was changed the i stranger requested the brides to ride with her. saying she was lonely. The big car sped away from the un- suspecting husbands whose fears were first aroused when they reached .North .Inckson and found no one who had seen the automobile containing the tiiree women. WHAT NEXT! Vice-President Shaw Says Body Is Not Political Organization Wall Street Stocks NEW YORK. Mar. overnight especially us- to industrial conditions, were more re- leading shares were under j pronounced pressure in the early j STRATFOBD, Ont Mar stages of today's stock market. Mu-1 explanation of the workings "of the Manufacturers' association WILMINGTON. Del., Mar. .till was discovered today by i Plummer in the kitchen of the New- castle county workhouse. The warden i smelled something suspicious and on However inspection found two gallons of grape juice and corn cooking on the stove ia the jail kitchen. tora, oils, iteels, eauipments and tobaccos irere the object of renewed abort sdllinK. Studebaker, Mexican Petroleum, Cnieible Steel, American Loco. American Woolen and Textiles Canadian and its stand for tariff protection was given ,hy J. R. silaw of Woodstock here yesterday. Mr. Shaw is vice-president of (he were Ipjrel- by Urge fractions to 1 1-2 association and president of the Can-i joints. Changes in rails were nom-1 ada Furniture Manufacturers Took Her friends' Advice They Helped Her From the First Box VALUABLE DOCUMENTS Bonds, insurance policies and other val- uable documents should not be kept at home where they are likely to be lost or mislaid. The Safety Deposit Boxes of this Bank provide at a moderate cost an excellent of keeping valuable papers. M THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND LETHBRIDGE 1 Eeikie, Manager. WHY DAME LEMIEUX PRAISES DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS fnal. Exchange on London slight- ly higher. early reaction ranged from one to four points. Stocks most affected Houiton Oil, Harvester jmd Pec. tral Leather preferred, Famous Play- era and Endlcott-Johnson. Before noon there was a spirited rally in which many looses were cancelled. Mexican Petroleum, Atlantic. Crucible. Ameri- can Woollen, General Asphalt and May Department Stores all rose 1 to 2 points over yesterday's close.. Hails r--'5 the only iasuea to hold back, being only occasionally En- larged offerings of call money at per cent, were reported. Announcement that the American Telephone und Telegraph company is to Increase its dividend rate -from S When She Thought an Operation Might Be Necessary and Used Dodd's Kidney Pills. with a membership of about that i Ledges. New- Brunswick, Mar. has been growing steadily since 1S70.! Kidney Pills have V.'oodstock. "The Canadian Manufacturers' as- sociation Is a national organization' It is not a political organization and .warmer friends anywhere than hits never dabbled in Mr. iDame Michel Lemieux, a well-known Shaw said. j resident of this place. She has tried Mr. Shaw explained that the asso- Dodd's Kidney Pills and found them elation has a trained staff of experts 'good. in charge of tariff and transportation, j ''1 sufforeri from pains in the kid- a committee on commercial intelli- ncys, head and Dame Leinioux gonce and a legal department to pro- "states. "1 felt I should be obliged to toe! Ola interests of tho members. One submit to an operation. My friends notablo achievement of the lejal de- advised me first to try Dodd's Kidney partmont, he said, was the securing jl'ills. of a rulinir by the privy council that! "1 did so, and my health seemed to all companies holding Dominion chart- improve from the first box. My ill- ers. could do business in any province ness nf the side and abdomen disap- without saeurins provincial charters, ipeared and my kidneys are much bet- ASSIGNEE'S SALE We offer for immediate sale at a rate on the dol- lar the business of C. E. THOMAS at BARONS, AL- BERTA. Inventory: Gry Goods Gent's Furnishings EMts and Groceries Fixtures For further information and impection of Stock Sheets apply to CANADIAN CREDIT MEN'S TRUST ASS'N, LTD. Official Aailgnee. F. R. FREEZE..........MANAGER tn n per cent, stimulated bullish en- The" said favored a thusiasm at raid-dny. American permanent tariff commission or e.v-' phone ruse li points. Other utilities ports who would study conditions und I gained 1 to 3 points and rails, ospecl-1 recommend to parliament 'necessary: ally the cheaper issues, also became legislation. tor. 1 .feel liko working now." ail over Canada are prais- ing T.'oEld's Kidney rills. Each oil them sives her reason. For weak or dis- eased kidneys are the cause of most This is not done because we liaveioC the ills to which woman is heir, .not-gotten away from the old system i Ask voiu- uoin-hhnrK if k-i sain to almost s points later. Ad- j of appointing a man because lie nei0nuois, it uouu s M active at 1 to 2 point gains. American Telephone increased ranees elsewhere vrere fairly well resents class rather than because h rep-1 Pills are not the best remedy for sick is an expert and knows his business, maintained, investment rails sharing in tho rfeo. The closing was strong. I he said. .CLOSING SALES XEW YORK, Mar. R. iis s-s; u. s. steel; Imperial Conference Will J. S. hteel preferred 110. i N p. i i. N. v. Funds i "tabi'sh Constitution U I 81 Canadian dollars U per cent, discount. went TO OTHERS and To is a quid pro quo? A SWAP I AUCTION SALE THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT FARMERS' FEED BARN (LETHBRIDGE) ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30TH AT ONE O'CLOCK FOLLOWING: .15 head of mares and geldings, 4 to 7 years old, 1300 to 1500 each, liroke to work, good Itorseo; also two sulky plows; wagons; harness. Four good cows. Everything will be sold. TERMS CASH. s. McGUIRE, Clerk. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer LONDON', llnr. As-! snciated Times, refer-j rinj? to the deductions drawn by vari-j ous Australian journals from a :ecniu speech of Premier Lloyd Cenrsc tbal the imperial conference, which moots me imperial conier-snce which meets Cause of Railways' Troables, Is Claim ROYAL HOUSEHOLD IS MATCHLESS FOR BREAD AND PASTRY! Economist For U. S. Krolher- hoods Will Use This Argu- ment io Counter Wage Cuts CHICAGO. Mar. root of the railroad difficvlties in the United States is not in national .but in of manage- ment, declared Mr. .lett Launlt. coun- selling economist of tlie railroad labor organizations In beginning presenta- tion of railroad labor exhibits before the United States railroad labor to- day. Mr. said that the gories of exhibits which he was about to pres- ent, would show this. "Wo shall fur- ther show that the arguments of the railroads arc the same which have been urged in ail past, yeors to prc-l ve.nt the establishment of human stan-! dards in industry, and shall demon- strate that the railroads urn now libernlnly taking mlvnnlw of al temporary inihiclrinl doprnraion in! dflslruy human standnrdfl which are .i-inilioneil by tin- tjioiighi Mi'd prnr-' empire says that no idea of the kind exists nmong British statesmen. The conference is necessary, the Times says, to decide various matters of ftr.U importance for the empire including the iiiiestion of naval defense on which the dominion premiers must be con- sulted. INSTANT POSTUM instead of coffee! DELICIOUS ECONOMICAL AND BETTER FOR YOU "There's AReason Cut Brier More Tobacco for the Money ;