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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WKONKSIUY, MARCH 30, 1921 TttE DAILY HERALD MARKET REPORTS 1121.2; U.S. Mtwl IJ.B. Stool preferred not-4. HAY PRICES by Farm Products. Ltd. No. 1 Alfalfa, 2ml'outline No. 1 Alfalfa, 1st cutting IS.DO Standard Alfalfa 10.00 No. 13 Alfalfa ..........n.oil to 15.00 No. I Mixed timothy and alfalfa 24.00 Light to 22.00 No 1 Bluojoliit. irrigated 23.00 to i No. 1 Timothy, irrigated to V-'i-'.it HNraw (3 wires) 10.00 Oat Straw .............10.00 to 12.00 Ctr lots, t.o.b. Coaldalo or Lethbrldgc. t-ETHBRIDGE GRAIN PRICES Prices paid today for sfiiiu ia Lcth- bridge, wagon load lots, follow: Wheat.................. oats Barley ......................47 Flax .......................1.38 Winnipeg Grain W1N-N1PEG, Mar. was a very bearish fceliiib' in thn local wheat market today, the futures showing a complete reversal of the conditions existing yesterday, there being consid- erably more sellers than buyers in ihe market. After opening ]-2 to Ic lower to ISO I-a to ISO, May wheat continued to sag. declining to 176 1-S, at which figure the market closed. In the cash wheat market there was an entire absence of demand for either spot or opening position, ao much in evidence during previous 'lays. Premiums broke 1-2 to 1 l-2c, closing at l-'c over the May for spot top grade. In the coarse grains market there was little activity of any kind, the local trade, as elsewhere being ex- tremely bearish on oats, the market touching a new low today at 43 1-4. Oats closed 3 5-8 to 17-Sc lower; barley 2 7-Sc to 3 3-8c lower; flax 3 to 3 3-4c and rye Ic down. Quotations EUtra No'. 1 feed 38% No. 1 Food.. 3Mi No. 2 Feed.. MX Track 42% No. 3 SO No. t GW licjected NO. a c. w 56 Track ..............168% ?.'o. 3 C.W...138 ............13G No. 1 N, W. c. No. 1' Condemned Track Toronto Stock; TORONTO, Mar. priced stocks accounted for tho major por- tion of tho shares sold on the mining market this morning. Noon prices for War and Victory loans were i War 947-8; 925-8; 1937, 971-3. Victory 98; 1923, 971-4; 1921, 1933, 977-S; 1934, 1931, 943-S; I'M' ill) 1-8. Chicago Grain May....... July...... May July...... May July May...... July....... May Open. 180 ii 161S 17! 179 V. Close. 176V4 42% WHBAT- No. 1 No. 3 Nor... 181% No. 5 Feed........139 OATS- NO. 2 C.W... 44Vi Cach Prices Xo. 2 No. 4 No. 0 Nor... 149H Track No. 2 C.W... 38% CHICAGO, Mar. away of misgivings about crop damage led to a moderate downturn of prices to- day in tho wbeat market. A majority of reports indicated that no harm had been done by the recent low tem- peratures. Opening Ic lower to higher with May 142H to 142% and July 125% to 125'i, the market re- ceded all around. OMs were easier, opening a shade Uc off with May -115; and then descending further. CLOSE CASH 2 red 1571-4; No. 2 iard'156 to 1571-3. 2 mixed1 30 1-4 to 601-2; No. 3 yellow 56 to 58. 2 white 401-2 to 413-4; No. 3 white 39 ,to 398-1. CLOSE FUTURES 1393-4; July 121. 611-4; July 643-8. 383-4; July 401-4. Edmonton Livestock EDMONTONS Mar. receipts 153; calves 5. Market fairly active with prices steady and unchanged from Tuesday's close. Good to choice steers 16.75 to medium to good to common Jii; good to choice cows and hoifers J5 to common JJ.50 to J5. Demand for stackers and feeders fair with feeders SHling ;Fancy veaiers Bulk good vealers ?6 to Hogs, receipts 173; selects off care. Sheep, receipts 173; no sales re- corded. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Mar. today were 673 cut- Reaches Winnipeg Now On His Last Official Tour of the Dominion of Canada WINNIPEG, Mar. his final, official tour of Western Canada, tho Diiko of Devonshire, governor-general, accompanied by tho Duchess of Devon- shire, readied Winnipeg at 10 o'clock thig mominir. The vice-regal party was welcomed at the station by Sir James Alkeus, lleutenant-govenior of Manitoba, Premier Norris, Mavor Par- noil, General Kctchen and others. An official civic welcome at the city hall following his arrival, was the first of the overuor-generul. Mayor Parnell read a civic mk., replied briefly and an address was! also presented oil behalf of the Kms- llsb societies of the dly. A public i reception then was held. At noon the governor-general wa-s the Kiiest of the leglsdatun OPERATim HOI TOW "FratU-ttm" Restored Her To Perfect HnJtti 168 PiPtmuu ATI., MOCTHUL "For three yetn, nfftrid greti fain in the lower purt of my body, with swilling or bloating. I MIT specUlUt who slid I must undergo tn operation. I refined. ktfrd tteal "Fruit fjt'rti" if decided to try U. The first box great and nl? OI intermediate ami iiipu scuoo I continued the trcsuuent. Now tor' i attendliiK the sixteenth an Imjilth i. miil1 convention of the Manitoba Kd Cadet Movenfent Criticized bj of Strap is Discussed TRINITY COLLEGE HEAD TO OPPOSE REFERENDUM IN ONTARIO ON LIQUOR WINNIPEG, Mar. pun shmcnt as a part of school discipline was argued this morning at a meet UK of Intermediate and high schoo I health ii free of I f-ive my varment Mine. F. GAREAO. We. nboi, trial At all dealers or postpaid by 'tivps Umitftj, Ottawa. official luncheon held in the parlia-l ment buildings. In replying to the civic addross the governor-genera! expressed ihc regri-t felt by himself and the duchess :n the imniiuent termination of their life in Canada. The Dominion, he said, was looking .to the future with every confidence and the people were ting through an anxious and critical time with little Inconvenience. "It may interest you to know." lie continued, "that I liave information that I have been appointed to serve on n municipal body at home, and that on my return to the old country I ill again enter municipal life. It may also interest you to know that I Continued From 'Won't Oxford Had "Lead LONDON, Mar. the end of the first milff of the bis race. Cam- 'bridge was in the lead' by a. length jand a quarter. In ihe next mile, how- ever Oxford more tliAi rniule up this Lawrence handicap and at the two-mile mark was lauding by one-third of a lensrth. after an exciting struggle. Oxford maintained this lead in the succeeding mile ot the race and even Increased her advantage slightly, pull- ing out to a lead nf a half "length j when the third mile of tile race hud j befaii completed. I At the end of four miles Cambridge i .ncational association. The subject led to discussion of the use of the force in general, of physical develop ment through the cadet movement E. S. Lawrence, of Birtle. Man., said that every boy anil girl should lean to shoot, advocating pool and billlardi under uroper supervision as training for eye and hand, but said, as long as we have these damnable pool rooms in our cities discipline in our school will suffer." T. .T. Watts, of St. .Tames, sopke strongly against corporal punishment and tho cadet movement, describing the movement as u form of militarism, training boys and girls to kill. "Mul- der, legalized or not, is the same ECUS .Speaking of moving pictures, Mr iwrence said that the abominable murder pictures" ivere doing more damage than any other factor to the morals and discipline of the province. A proposal has been made that the provincial government he to agree ou. a plan of co-operation for a central teachers' vocational train- ing institution to serve tho needs of the entire Dominion, it was stated at 557 hogs and 17 sheep. With, Magic! Drop a little "Freezone" on an aching corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then shortly you lift it right oft with fingers. Doesn't hurt a bit. Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of "Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient to remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and calluses. liberal offerings trading was fairly active, prices holding generally firm with yesterday's close. Good killing steers were 25c higher tops making bulk to bulk best fe- male butchers to good to choice "feeder steers to choice Iveal calves A few good iambs weighed up at -0. Hog market steady with yesterday, packers bidding for selects. Toronto Livestock CHANGE in TRAIN SERVICE After March 3Ut, 1921, Trains Nos. 63 64 Will Be DISCONTINUED BETWEEN CROW'S NEST and CRAN- BROOK. J. E. PROCTOR District Passenger Agent, Calgary. dlans." Hon. J. B. Baird, speaker of the leg- over the official islature, presided iunche bers Cambridge went over the finish line a length in ths lead. Tho ocfflial time of the winner was nu, uvt-i me oiucial ot me winner was :eon which was attended by mem- j minutes and 4 i seconds. of that body and departmental j The weather for the race was ideal. heads. Mr. Baird proposed the toast i the afternoon boinij a bright one, the to .the king, and governor-general re-1 water smooth, fanned only by a gentle plied. southwesterly wind. The breeze wa-i j sufficient, however, to give slight ad- vantage for the first third of the race to tiie crew rowing on the Stirrev side. SI. GOUSJjim Largest Robbery in History Twin a Bigger Haul toss and clioso the cal education. Ottawa. The proposal was that the federal government should build and equip the institution and assume one-half the financial burden of operation, the other half to hp gaumed by the provinces. Mr. advised tho inclusion of training in home making in every course for every pupil over 14 of age. TOKONTO, Alar. that while ho had cordial sympathy for all thoso who were working In '.he ciiuao of temperance could not support a law which would totally pro hihlt tuo use of llciuor In tho province, Hov. Provost Macklem. of Trinity Col- stated today lie would oppose tho measure as one which "was for tho cause of health, murals and temperance Itself." premier pull policy of '_____ HUD Hfiuartly in ft tto were still uiklnc whit Mr. net attitude with rucard to tlon wag. lie undar tbe tutplvM of deslrlnK to get a bluk trtm the people without a policy H Tho proposal of thft lawlfir ot tht opposition was to thb dure of this parliament (MM oration. The laws left M elections in the hands of guvtrtv mcnt. If the laws wrong should be changed and not den. People Getting Tired of Contin- ual Call For An Early Election Satin is In high favor with the signers, because it combines MO baatt Ifully with sergr, tricotlues and tk buyers Hogs, receipts slow, lights 10 to IDC lower, others steady to 15- higher. Pigs steady to 15c lower. Sheep, receipts opened verj slow; first sale sheep and yearlings about steady. Lambs 25c lower. Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Mar. tlie first, half hour this morning the loca stock exchange experienced a verj dull session. Wall St. Stock: NEW YORK, Mar. ten- dencies were irregularly higher at the opening of today's stock market, yes- terday's rally being for the most part well sustained or extended. Hails and oils were the leading, issues with food specialties and utilities. Profit taking and pressure from the shorts caused, -reactions throughout the list within the first hour. Ameri- :an Telephone, Harvesters, oils, cop- iers and leathers lost 1 to 2 points. Union Pacific and New Orleans and Texas' lost 1 to Hi. Moderate pur- chases of and cheaper rails resulted in some recoveries before noon but this was again offset by the heaviness of specialties. Call money opened at m per cent, and exchange on London continued strong." I Trading broadened during the mid- session when losses became moro ex- tensive. Han-ester registered an ex- treme decline of 71-4 points, Otis Stoel preferred was five points lower; Amn. Linseed fell 4 points and Hex I Peto and Hide and Leather preferred reacted almost 3 points. Halls and motors also lost ground tered bonds, mostly Liberty bonds, the police said. The bandits passed in currency and In bonds in their haste. The only clue the police have-tn work on is the number of the automo- bile used in the holdup. This is tho biggest robbery of money and bouds in the history, of tho Twin Cities po- lice records. Bank ofllcials said that had the rob- -hers come an hour earlier they prob- ably would have obtained closft to as a large amount of cash was night by sir Frederick Wm. Tay- lor at the concluding dinner of tlie McGIll Uiiiverstty commercial society Sir Frederick argued that political in- fluence had led to tho building of rail- roads in places where they were not needed. The result, he said, was that there were on the north shore of Lake Superior three railroads where one could do the work, while Canada was saddled with a burden of debt which would be continued for many years. There was only one remedy for this he said, to eut down on railway ex- penditure and to increase immigration, production and biis- as to i.i aft increase nrotliicricm prices to pay checks for employees iuess of the ra'lways lie als of a railway shop nearby. The loss cated increased buying withuthe good hogs COVCre" by Dominion, although till? wo, a redure the national revenue through cus'loms receipts ONTARIO NOT NIGGARDLY TOWARDS THE TEACHERS TOrtONTO, Mar f speakers at a public meeting in connection with the annual con- vention of lhe Ontario Educational association hero last night. Sir Hob ert said the great aim of the school of the province should bo to make thn men and women who will be lit tr Take u Glass of Salts lo Flush Kidneys if bladder bollici-s you, Eating meat regularly eventually produces kidney trouble in some form orlother, says a well-known authority, because the uric acid in meat ex- cites the kidneys, they become over- worked; get sluggish; clog up an cause all sorts of distress, particulai ly backache and misery in the kldne region; rheumatic twinges, sever headaches, acid stomach, constipation torpid liver, sleeplessness, bladder an urinary irritation. The moment your Hack hurts o kidneys aren't acting right, or if blad der bothers- you, get about four ounces nf Jad Salts from any good pharmacy take a tabiespoonful in a glass o water before breakfast for a few day. and your kidneys will then act fine This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and Ivnon juico, com bined with lithin, and has been used for generations to flush clogged kid neys and stimulate them to norma' activity; also to neutralize the acids ill the urine so it no longer irritates, thus euding bladder disorders. Jad Salts cannot injure anyone; makes a delightful effervescent lithia- water drink which millions of men and women take now and then to keep the .kidneys and urinary organs clean, thus dealing with the financial situation. After quoting the statement made by Hon. C. A. Dunning to the Regiu Leader, the editorial savfi: bending "Default in Saskatchewan" 'bardie ths big problems of the next tlie Globe today publishes an editorial generation. Hon. Mr. Grant said that since the war thn people were showing a re awakened interest in educational inat- ars. Ontario had not been niggardly to I ward the school teachers, he -said, and tho province would be prepared to go still further. "M "Mr. Dunnning's position should be made known in the for the guid- ance of investors. They must be pro- pared to take their chanen of recover- ing the money duo them from the municipalities. It Is clear that the provinci) will not do more than advise and counsel the defaultliiK municipal- extended to bur by Canada in May, ities. The Inevitable result will b disposition ou the part of eastc-n nvostors to bo much moro careful than they have been in the purchase of bonds- of comparallvoly new urban centers in the west." Rumania has used of the credit of which was AMERICAN CATTLE SELL IN ENGLAND AT 37 CENTS POUND Further losses were made by equip- ments, mattrs, leathers and textiles later rails of tho transcontinental and granger divisions also losing 1 tb 2 points. The closing was heavy. Sterling exchange NEW YORK, Mar. LONDON, liar. As- sociated outbreak of dis- ease among Irish cattle held in Bi change steady; demand cables Canadian dollars U 1-4'per cent, discount. Sale. fund, tn nernVli XEW Mar. iii-uu in head is reported. A report made by Frank Devaney says no disease has been discovered amonfe two shipments ot American cattle which made cunts a pound. Fifteen Canadian bulls landed at Ulasgmv met. slow trade at 70 to 80 shillings per cn-t. People of the eastern and Alymcr have subscribed sufficient I there's One Best Food Flavor Nourishment Convenience Economy AT GROCERS EVERYWHERE POSSESS GOOD HEALTH BY LOOKING AFTER THE BOWELS A free motion of the bowels, once twice a day, should bo tho rule of every ime. as half the' tils of life arc caused by allowing the bowels to get into a cunsiipata-1 condition. Wl.ell the bowels ara allowed to become constipated, the stomach gets ..lit or order, and liver do Us work on account of holding back the fc'lo so that it doci nass through tho bowels, but is allowed to got lutu blood thus i.i.nsiiiB a poisoning of. the whole yf lem. If you would escape (oi.sdpattau. side and bilious hea'-laches. I'onrjlmrn 'lR specks bnf Ihe eyes, cou'.- 'guc, foul broa'.ir. I he irritating, bleeding, itching and pre- luding nlles, yon should keep your ivor stirred up by the use of Mil- inrn's Laxa-Liver 1'ills. These pills, being purely vegetable, ;cop your liver working actively, help- ng it to resume its proper functions, iml (hereby removing tho bile that s circulating in tbo blood and jioison- ng tho whole system. Mrs. n. Barrows, En Hold. N. g., was troubled with sick leadachea and constipation. day a friend told me of Mllburn's ,axa-Llvcr Pills. I got two vials, .nd found they did me a world of good. I therefore have great faith n thorn." Mllbnni's Lam-Liver Pills arc 25c. i vial, at all dealers or mailed direct n receipt of price by The T, Mllburn On., Limited, Tarouto, OTTAWA, Mar. opposing tho King amendment in the house last night Dr. .Michael Clark, Ued Deer, said that by this time the leader of the opposition had surely got into people's minds the fact that ho want-. ed an. election. The vote of confid-! ence on tho address in reply to the speech from tho throne had been j ustified because a showdown was no- j cessary. Parliament, had then voted i gainst Mr. King. But baring failed to get a big election, the leader of he opposition evidently wanted sev- eral small ones. An election, Dr. Clark declared, was not a policy. Instead of reiterating lis demands for an election it wag lie duty of Mr. King to tell the peo- >Ie what he proposed to do if he were at the head of a govern- ment. x In the debate on tho address the FOR jpffl 'Try Musterole. See How Quickly It Relieves usually the pcio is soothing comfort comes to Musterole b a dean, white oJntmfrt. made with oil of mustard. Use it instead of mustard plaster. Will not blister. Minydociorsand nurses me MoMr- Ole and recommend it to their patients. They will gladly tell yon what renaf it gives from lore throat; bronchitin, croup, (tiff neck, neuralgia, congestion, pleurisy, rheumatwn, bago, pains and aches of the back at joints, sore matda, brntn, THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA recommends its MONEY ORDERS as a safe and economical method of remitting amounts tip to Payable without charge at any branch of any bank in Canada (Yukon excepted) and Newfoundland. 95 and undtr, 34. Ovap not 6a. not nmedlni lie. Ovir not liewdlnc ISO. 16c, IT IS TIME TO CON- SULT US REGARD- ING A MONUMENT Lethbridge Monumental Cut Stone Works R. Needs, Proprietor. IMPORTER OF SCOTCH GRANITE AND ITALIAN MARBLES. PHONE 1468 315 8TH ST. S. PETER LUND COMPANY Lumber, Hardware, and Tractors. J. I. CASE THRESHING MACHINE COMPANY] Case Kerosene are built in three sizes: 10-18, 15-27, and 22-40 h.p. They all have four-cylinder valve- in-head motors, all cut atecl spur gears, enclosed, working parts running in oil. Practi- cal for all drawbar and belt Powerful, sturdy, eco- nomical and durable. Mamy-Harria Power Lift Plows, Cultivators. Sample. "d R. C. MERITHEW, Sales Representative. 516- Box 189, Lethbrldgt. 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 Boots and Shoet Groceries Fixtures.......... For further information and insimclion of Stock Sheets to CANADIAN CREDIT MEN'S TRUST ASS'N, LTD, Official Assignee. F. R. FREEZE..........MANAGER ;