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5, :4 9, 3 I S3 ,lJV Stock Market Quotations Montreal Stocks K (McDcuyall A Oprn 116. 20 "t II614 Hattleford Prince Albert tiu'Appei e . yjinnedi. - a - Wlnnlpe The lt port Arthur White R'ver Tarry Bo und Southampton London Toronto Kingston Ottawa Montreal Queheo Halifax .Sydney 7!iarluttetown Eostoa Buffalo Chicago f:ieve!fn4 Detroit Puluth San DlegO New Tork Pan Francisco Sault Bte. Marie... St. Louis 8 - . Paul Washington pentlctan , . , U3 V2', BANK fcTOCKS rOltr, Hammond A Nanton. Rink of Cmmri - .. nk of Montreal ... .fiiyftl Bni 'auk ft rtiv fcwll mpTlal hank standard Hark 2 J 4 3 3 8 10 13 20 20 36 24 24 80 26 41 46 46 41 24 2P 2B 22 1" 61! 40 53 16 43 22 41 ti 1"7 1 '.Ml, "1 7ll 70 S! 10 14 113 ' " 11.1 41 't CK, S.l II 414 1"4 Ml III 67 '4 d '. J;i'4 77 J 4 Ltd 1 2f 3J S - i a: nil 2Vii 24ax 1 4 0 th 18 Hi IH 12 12 8 44 4 12 8 14 2 6 S 2 2H 20 14 23 14 s 20 10 13 48 24 4S 22 6 . 26 ii (IS I, Si K4 It II Si'. 1. - .3 IH ttH 1J 117H 411 lot (.3 3 HM - . 1.1.U fcl'v 137 l.H 1S1 ISO ln 111 111 Ul - 4 111 o . A rrn. 32 ', i Amn. a (.2 ilO 345 Montreal Sales i (rutntaned hy Mf0nugll Cowana) Morning 6alaa Mcntraal. Jan. H. If38. AfatOi 300 11 o3',. l'JU al 3J, JJ 'AlihrVtc rM SI" al 3H. Alliens. I'acinc lira'n - lti.'. at 64. at IV J5 at Al. T l 4S. I"" ''.. . at ',. 110 al ei. It.1! t 64 .. 33.1 at u lib at v Ai.i'ibi so at 159 ii, JU at H0. 3"0 at to 'a - Braxll M at 51. at 2?fn4. 12.1 t :i. 30 at J2'iV 1" l 521, 2.1 at - . 75 at 22o - . 71l al 221. 3o al . :nt,. 7.1 at 120 .. t0 at J21. 40 at 220 '4, JBrompi?io - n at M4. 2 at 63. 31 at ii,, 50 at 2. 2.1 at m, 3 at U, in at 63, JOU at 62b 24 al 624. 3'. Mriirira - 51 at T7. Can. Braw. - .3,10 at S. t at SB !t . !1 t 3a. 60 al 3D 4. 3i at n. 3.10 at 30 4, I (0 nt 39 (Jan. Car - 25 at US. 3.1 at 6114. Srt at .2, 100 al MS. HI t M. r.w. rr t.f.1 1 r at b4. rm IMvtr - 9TiJ at 40. 175 at 3': . uu I'i i an. inn ai .itf'4. r 134. at 133',. at 1M. . TTarrla 1 VI at 41. .t 444J.. 270 at 441. 300 at 44. 370 at 43 S. 2 , 44 670 at 200 at 44 u, 230 at 45. 2) ai 11, &fontral pmaar 4113 at 93 .it m, lirew. nw . at tonal ft 1914. H l 4. u ay. i v v tt 40. Can. ilaam. 40 at 33. ran. Bl'am. pld - 35 at , 3S at 9. ran conv.rtera - 2.1 at 107. pomlo. Brldna - :j al 10. TVimln. r,la - "a 50 at 134. PYaaar Brna. AO at 69. Ourd - 7 at 103. 26 at 1'4. ? "13. ion at 103 ii. loo at H.3. 3J '. S at 104S. I.7S at 106, 12,1 al lo 6 it "ii. JiO at 108(4. 135, at loo. 36 at '"'ri'int. Atrohol - 120 t 34. W at Mti, Int. Nkki - ino at MS - - ',.Mii"t Si - J at 96. 76 al5Ai. 76 at . 76 .V aVif ua t U.V.. 76 at .!. 610 at ii. a so at i4. 630 at 7. 275 at B7'4. 23 $S&. 675 at 971,.. 376 at 97.4. 160 1 at 106 V 35 .1 '. HWI i at L 65 a II7T4. 1025 at . !" at B.Hi.tO" ,"f. .1 m at 911 at 96. 60 al 9H. 1.11 al 621 at ',. 100 at 9S. an ' " "'( 1M at 98. 100 at 96 '4. 35 at 9. 50 at ..... (.& an al fiu. tiki at vi. ,7a '., aa 'at .. 460 at 9S". 60 t . eft iaa at nail. UK) . - I.?' . 'o2, V t 07 it. 16 at 97 H. 60 at ia Ta at T.. 60 at 9V 60 al at 98. 4 Vat 17. 125 at . ."P.Il.. j " .1 7i M at 133'i. 60 at IMV4. X3S at 1M. W UJ'4 1.11. 1 i - J a, ..... ' ' . . " 1UU. 42.1 at 13314. 25 133, 100 at 133 . lii at 44 V 75 100 at 25 al 175 at 225 at 4414, . 110 . J20 at i7ft at linn. ' i 173 at 115. 60 at 117. 764J. 715 at V714. 76H at 'Viar COVp. - 10o at TT. JJ at it an ( 17 k.. 35 at 77, 30 'V4. "l " .V .'rat'V 36 a. 274 2,1 at 375. 35 at T74 - V 35 at 37.1 S at 274. 1 373 at 276. 33 at 374 s. I." S 313, 35Vt 373 4 250 at 376. 100 at 277 60 at 2.8. 370 at 378. 73 at 3.8,; l,n li rlu 60 at 379. 180 at 3.8W, .6 at ; 9.J31t 378V 40 a, 278S. 60 at 218.,,. 65 at 1181, 50 at 37814. 2.1 at 219. 25 at 37614. 25 at 278. 100 at 278V 60 at 278. 60 at 379. 1250 at 280. 25 at 3.9s, 75 at 260, 124 at 260 1. 50 at 33 . at WV 1110 at 204. t.fl at 281. mo at 21'4, 1 .0 at 2M, VI at 23. 123 at 23i4. 10" at 2nl. 2.1 at tM'4. 31 at 283. 178 at 28.H4. 25 at 2R3 2.1 at 278, ion at 28.1'i. M at 28:1. Qintbaf Pmvar 37.1 at 88, 60 at 58'., 225 at Hs. 91 at 8H.,. 81. VMiiru - f - 50 at 97H, 60 al 97J. 120 t f,8, 40 nl 98 V 6halnlRan - 60 at 9H4. 60 at 92. 60 at 3i... 21 at 92.,, 25 al 91 , Ppanlab Blvar. pfd 2.1 at 137. 230 at 11. Wltinli Klac 175 at 112. 2.1 at 111 ,. 100 at 112. 50 at 111. 1"! at 112. 25 at 111V 25 at 112. 25 at Ills. M at 111. VlHKamar25 at 111. 25 at 11. Vater Lyall Cona' ruction 25 at 5J, 60 at , SV l 53 Montreal Curb , 7rtp. Tntiarivi 711 at in.,. B.aKraui 50 at 27. Mci'all - 3.1 at 32. 21 at .UU. 35 at 3314. P n I. - 25 al 3 80. 35 at 4.30, 100 at 6. Nnnita 2.1 at 21. 60. Prtdan 75 at 43. Toralan 6c 50 at 4T. ' Cuaat Copier - 25 at 5.1. THE WEATHER Tha wmthar ti I Amn. I Amn. A til II. i i:om. fair and miKlaralo - ly i.iWt thrmiBhoul the V.'cat. Forecaati: Waittrn rro - Tlneai: West ainl north wlnila. fair lodny and Friday, be'.ming rolijpr. Lake Superior: Kreah went and northwest wlnda. fair and decl.le.liy rold today and Til - At 7 o'c'.nik this monilnit the temper - atn - e as 9 helow. while at noun The Tribune thermometer worded 1 helow. Tha manmuin tenipernture yestorday as 1 above and tho r.ilnlmuni rendlnd Mas 11 beloir. Touay'a burome:er reading wa SO.C'6. Tenipe rat urea Max. Mm. Ire: Vl. torl " s Vnucourer ' 8 Knmloopa 18 "alearv " 22 F.rtmonton 1 Wedlrlna Hat 2D Swift Current 14 Con. .24 N. .M I T .02 .10 .50 .24 .4(1 .0'. .0 - ! .00 .06 .111 .IIJ Rfdnft'on d rhoi I'.f AMin rtiai.n - i' Mf A 'ii AkrK I 'hrrn. A'ti.rl. ctn On ... Amn lur lulry... Atniruan Ii . Amn. ... . AtTin. Ka.lmtor .. pn - .f't I'T . tt t .Jr . Tfl. Tr. . l.ta. - . o ... itpr Mia Wnoikn ... 1 Amn. W Anaiun.la. Al' Ii I" Cop. . Mt.n'A A o. v: I t - L . AM'lMM l'..'rtn( .. Haldw ln LO' - o. V h. Haltitniira ni.ln llHrt. - rtill irrp H'thlfprm St'l . Hr' - K; n Knif o. . KnviKlvn Ian ... HriifiAl' ' Mulke. Olllt. - rklJ. .. t in, I 'i y i.nr rn. I'aclfle hi).. Orro da l itftn .. Chaaaka unlo.. Hnlvfnla P . . ..i .nairn. Cljuf Cnn. li ('out. Mi'tort ... Corn Prod. Krf lira cane hnrar Lia.lpon Cl.em. .. Ieir.v.:e l.uuaon I 'li Ue Brna. A . I.liI'iFil d Nm. Mailman Miaa.. K.aton Axla . . l:iee. HHrlieral'0 Ena RH Fli'k Itnbiier Co. Fantona l - 'tayara Klelarlunann l. . Foundul inn Cn. . . rux Him corp. Kreeport Texaa . O'llf Mot.lle A No. General A,r'taH . General k.le.Mrlc . General Motor, . . (len. nil'. Hlinal. Gold liiKt Corp. .. Goidrl.li Co. Granby Con. arna. Gl. Ky. I'll. Gulf M - imila N.. Gulf fta'ra Steel., rjretne t'anarea .. Honatnn Oil i.r T. . Howe - Bound Co. . . Hudson Motor Car. Hupp Minor Car IlMnoU 1 entral . Inaplrallnn Cona. Int I Biialneea . Inlernatlnnal Cement 1" ' i 32 S on lk'i 170 1U7 11 y ji,., lltVo i Iiil. .Jtnll'.t n. ciilr. M W I'a'il .17 C.h'. k Rock lal. Pr 11" f'hlMl Cn 1'liryaKr Corp. ('(Hi 'nla I'di.i. fnfl l"in 13' 7V Si 12, 11 '4 6(1 S lnl'1 Comb.iatlon . 52 1 VI Harvester . . . 210', n. 1 Men', aiarma ,1 '., Internallnnal Mrkel 9V lllterliallonnl Paiatr 74 'a Int I Tal. a TelrK.. 110 Jewel Tea Kaneaa City boutn Raveer Co Kelly Bprlniineld ., Kennec.lt Cupiair.. Lamhert Co UhlKh Valley R R. l.lrtett AV Myera ., Lima Lorn. Ykl... La Inn lxjrlllard IP) K . liutavllle A Naeh. Mark. Tru. - ka , .. Marland nil Mavtaa no. . . , . . Mltia. Kan. t, Tax. Mleanurt Ba.lll. - .. M"lit;"mery 1A urd Nnah Molrir, . National Biei'iilt .. Nai l Caah Ret..., National Lead . . , New York Air p.. New York Central. N Y. Chin. A Ft I. N Y., N II. Hart N Y . Ont. a Weat. l:i.l 6.1S Norfolk Ac Wextero 1H7 Northern Pailflr .4 B'.S fiwena llotila Co.. 17' rarkarn Molnr . , P - Am. Pel. av 8 . Penn.ylvanla ii IL I'hllltpa Petroleum Plerra Arrow Poatum Cereal ,. Put.. Bar.. N.J. . Pullman Co Pure till Radln Corp HadlnK Co Keal Bilk II .. ftemlnrlnn Type. Kepub'tc I. A al. , Reynolda R.J. ... Bt. l. sr. Ht. I,. Bouth ... Brhulta Rrlull .., Bf ra Rn, - buvk . Hlmmona ,' .Sinclair Cona. Month. I'arlllC Houlli Ry Btandard Milling S. OH of Cal. .., . nil ill N J. ... B. nil 01 NY. Blew Warner . . . , Btudelinher Corp. Texaa Co . Texaa Gulf Bui. TVxaa ft Panne Timken Roller , Pr.Hl.irta . . Teaaa Land Union Pai'lflc . . I'nlted Urn I'nlted Fruit .... IJ 8. Caet IP. I' B. tint. Almhol L'.H. Rubier II B. Kleel Unl P R. ... I tilon Carhlda .. Wal.aah Rly. ... Ward Raktnx 'R' Warner llroa. 'A' lleet. Mnryland Weat. Air Hn.ke Weat. V. eV M. . Whlta Motor ... WIMva - flverland Wooiivorth Co. w'rchl Aerno Yellow T. Ay c. Call money - - 4 611 , 42 41 "a 13., ins. il l.il 1?7H 17V I,' 170 Jul', H l')7 17S ll'J 1 II 7!1 4.114 41 1,5. l.' 20 !' H2 m 'i lfl 1 1I4S H'1'. 73 "2 - a 17S 101 ' 103 1T2V, 1.15 . 120 fJ 4. III. V 1.17 14 1:1 11W, 148 61 . 411, 139 20 123 'i Alia, 5S 24 K3'4 It 92 , 63 3d V 150 79 - 4 61 - 4 38 , 150 36 14 5o ., 127 V, 88 s, 17 19 Mil 18,. Pttv. p.m. CI.. - .. I .... 191 '. 157 116 , llnv, 117 , la 77 . :ti 11 1, , 10; aiw 31 '4 . . 110 I - a 1 " 177', 17T 67 s i'l 75 S 11 in, 1, ITo 171 (. , . . 72'i 57', .le, . lk.'l 1M 4 4 42 ', 107 l'i,i., ... ? - '3 111', I'l 25 21 H la 4 57 2.1 222'., 32 , 33 7 74., 5, s ' - . 2"8 2' - lH an 4 1 a 199 't 109 ... Al 17', 1784 110 1"9 6 , 1.7 rev 1:01 79 7H4 . . . HI' H 2; 4 2n , SX 1 - 2 12. 12 4 1 1 S I' 69 S e 4 "a 4.V, 12', I. a - .. 1..'. 10 1 .... 311 .... 174 .... 27 u, .... 12 t J !, Id 10 IMt 1114 73 , 72 , .... 4 87 ' s 104 136 s 14b 80S 41 83 'i 39S 150 112S 101 14 1"2 36', J 4 .!'4 34 38 - 4 50 ', LIU., ''', 1II4 . 4 , 110 44 14 Ifi'l'a l 130 44 160 134 134 1, 8.1 65', 28 28 187 128', 127a 12K., 431, 43', 43 'i 62, 81', 82S 10.1', 101 '. 62 '4 6.1', cis 20 121 'i 14.1', 1"8 2'l , 82 - , !.l ,1:1 76 , 1"8 , 129 ., !", 27', ll'l 2" I m '4 317 Bonn 147 1, 21. , 114 65 4" - , 65 , 9814 1B. 188 4, . 31 , percent. 17 PIS 77', 58 V 42 6.1 ll'l)' 1119 86 S 77', 59., 12', 41'i 41 , 1.1', 111'. 25 1, 8 Km loo'l lor 30', 211 , ,10 2 S.l 25 6.1', 62, 83 14? 1"8 is' 20 , 1 29 , 1"S "1 27 . 11.0'. 2n 102 60 an., 86', ''' 132 1.2 111 'a l;,3'4 WIS "Tt S 1I4' 1.0 VI 91 9.1 90 ', ij 13"', 94' 91 1 12 53 S 131 s 146 43 S no .1914 1314 13814 135 19 19V, 19'4 123 61 1, 4"' 41 V, 95 S 73 116 M'i,' 6.1 S 24 3'4 R4 92', 12J ., 61 S 340 1, 41 S 97a, 74 a 116 i(iV 86 S 24 83 '4 84 S 92'4 122 6'J M 239 40 v, 1.5., 73 s. 145 63 4 69 s .114 23 ', 63 70 Vj 92', 11S l ' - , SO", 38 W HO lm :is .11 18 14 38 6'", 60'4 LUIa, 1271, H'i 88 , 17IT, 17' Ill 13l 41S 10 134 63 . 28 186', l' - .S 77 ,18 '4 42 , i 41 13 127 S 43 S 82 2'.i 1561, Jflrl S M'tS M7V, 113, 11J 113S 112', 5214 84 '4 62 '4 198, 12"', 144'4 I06 311 6214 8.1', 65 S 20 121 1""H 2 82 '4 774 621. 84 6.1 14 20 121 144 jo; , 64S 30 68 ' .13 1 1 1"8 , 37 1. 1H 1"8 138 - 4 141 H 1. - I044 213', 247 1"7 .i7 69 61 1 II"', 1474, 24 k, 34'. 141 14 11114 6414 65 46 - , 54 ., 96 isij 186 4 1M, 1H 511 1"7 SU'4 1461, 25', 142 6K4 27 '.j 23 S 4', 54 H New York Curb (Oalar, Hammond A Nanton. Ltd. I Open January 26, 192 Pi'nlier Hill Sullivan - 181 to isa vonunentai (ill 2i Hertr.r Vnd Hunihte oil - I to 2i"4 Btt'i - o - 79 t 79'4. Irritnal l.il n to f2. Intiriintlonnl Pete. - 214 to S9U. Iml. t'tllitiea A 47 lo a7i4. lull rtll'Mea 11 - 9 to OS l'ralrle oil and C,aa m to 49 Fait Creek rp'dr. - r - a r.r a (rt 33 Blanda. - d Oil Indiana 76 1, lo 7a t stamlrtrd fill Kanji - 1 ', to 16 1, H'andarrf ' I Ki - ntn.ky - 127 to 127.,. I'. Can and Imprnv. mew 116 to 116V Vaeimri nil 1 12 1, (0 14. ' Swill 124 lo 127. Newcint - 154. Winnipeg Stocks WINNITEQ, January 26 - Pavrr Klre Co can Pre Ina Co. Cnn I'arin, - Ity , r. . - cat Men l,!e Aaree.. 1! 'ii. e Inv. t and savings N - Tlh Mfre . 5,1c. puja : ""thorn "i'ruvs Co. . . Standard Trn.ts Co. . . '! l.Ke. Ity 1,1. P. !!. e - I. 4. I . r I'llliettd ftmka P - .t. A - .r. 1. ' , . Ltd. C, nl. Mm, ';r a Ltd. : rr ! rue end Irt.n . h far nil co. pr,. I'.ld Aa. - n Can. Kloiir MtM. jUim Eier. Uy Co. pr. . 1 We - Itan .Vi l'"l .32 j 1.37 .". ;;'.'.'.; .6'. ; V. - V' - y Loan 5' - at l"::i I' l 1937 .... Par I War Loan Renewal .','.' i R. run iiiyr 1' 28 . . P"3 ... P.e f'xdlns 1S" ... 1'." 11.411 L..fln 5at Loan 4', t," Value Bid Aaked lino 120 60 1"3 100 3"8 l'"i :,ipu 660 1"0 71 loil 3fi .10 o . . 60 33 100 111 ... 1"'"4 inn, 11 15 21 38'1 . . 1 17. 180 100 35 6 S 21 ... 1 1"o 1.1.1 ... I 1"0 101 MO lug ... in? 15 ... 1UU.15 . .. ln - no 106.; - , ... in .so ... . .. 110.30 ', .. 104 15 ... 10121 100.4.1 I . . . 11.1.70 . ... in - '0 102.7.11 . . . Ii ? ".1 .... ... ls ig 1.12. V. :'r, rent. IT.in. M'ne - M,n at 177 Pe'lr - ler - 3n al l' - 21 at 1 60 at 14: 2.1 at 14, 711 ,t 11 ; at 14. 12:. at 11. 20 ,t h '1 at 14. Pel.'sele - a j fd u, jix, . .l at inou. ' - loouj a at iJOi,; 6 at IOU'4. THE WINNIPEG EVENING TRIBUNE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1923 lotal Wheat Crop Of Dominion For 1927 Placed At 440,024,700 Bushels 'iH !nt I' - bt Corp. ... - tit Cr.rp. pr. ,int! ...tr THph'n . .. 4IU;in Irftct. . .'fripluu J'mr . , Car ".da Car pr. . . . n. Btiimi. pr. . . Brew .... niidft Omnt . . n. romeni pr.. .'ii, Cunvrtr n. IiuIua. AHU. iM - nMl. Fnrtg , .. rtw Bro ruin, filaif .... ..urutlde wad smith . 'inin. I'!!" ... i.iy IHtrrlt . . i. Nlrk.it ntrfitl Pfvtr .. it. Bmvrrin . . .ilv1 "rurin'i LjhH Const.. .. - tea Brn - jitetwA i''if ... t. M'iric ,neltf ri can. Btv - r rr i eel rif caiid , LlM. ity ... 2't 1rV ...lM 61 'A . M y . 3 33 4 ins Cowans) HlKh Low V3 2 . 11 521 6a 'i 0 ft :ii t'S v, ll'7 3 7(1 13 IS V.V4 1.14 S i:t:i is:i 4. 4 v',4 H HI 1'SV, 1174 11 414 J' 4 1"4 .1 53 '4 V I ' 274 1.17 11 111 1. til 4 (4 S3 '4 lAti', New York Stocks Alr Jsmas Richardson & Sons. Ltd. II ' - j NEW HIGH MADE BY INT. NICKEL AT MONTREAL Market Opens Firm Many Many Gains Made in Morning Session pei al to Tha Tribunal MONTHKAU Jan. 26 The market opened strrmK, fallowing the Preaj :t yoslerday's clojp. As the mornuif; Bdvanccd, many of yesterday! losef with wiped out and In lome case new htgha rfglptenel. Nickel and ConBiilifjHted Snieltfig were ixtremely Btraiie! features, boih M - orlnkf now hlfihi for all tinu whi!" FrHiilian Traction, which failed to lnd a blijkly to yeaterday'a recovery an other lender, was In belter form and moved back to 221, computed with yesterday's low of 217?; and closing of 214. Now High for Nickel The new hitfh created for Nickel waa S'o'i. comidired with Wi around the opening, while Kmelteia soared to the new hlnh of 283'a. Ontalde of tlu at - enK'h. displayed in the three outstutiding leaders, plna pit;ns wera drown on freely, to dei,r;nate the trend of others. Tt - Bitlotis were rare and there were some nhnrp Kalnaj aueh as O1) In I . v h 1 1 C'miattuetlon, to 63'ii two In KiimoiiH I'lnveis. to new high at hi, and two In Winnipeg Electric, tn 1)2; and fiaetlons to a point or mom In mut of tho others figuring In the trading. Hn.ft.ev Hurrls lagged somewhat and touched 41 this morning, afer opening at 45. New Canada Power The New Canada Power and Paper stork was a point under the peak, after opening at 4(1. Ijiurentide touched the new high of 133T, while St. Maurice Valley was firm, at 97 n to PH. Ahltlhl, affected by the decline yesterday, was one of the group to catch up with the trend this morning, being I'n better than yesterday's close. Charles Gurda Common disting uished Itself, by scoring a new high, at H. INDUSTRIALS AND RAILS ADVANCE ON N.Y. MART Statement From Treasury Department Officials In' fluences Recovery NEW YORK, Jan. 26 Speculation for the odvnnce which received a sharp setback yesterday on selling Inspired by the Increase In the Chi - cage federal reserve rediscount rate, was resumed with full vigor In today's stock market. Standard Industrials and rails moved forward a point or two. recovering most or all of yesterday's lust ground, while several specialties were marked up three to 10 points to new high records. Trading showed a moderate contraction In volume. Tho Impressive recovery In prices was Influenced to a large extent uy unofficial Washington advices that treasury department officials saw no immediate prospects of an Increase In the New York federal reserve rediscount rate. Directors of tho New York Institution meet a'ter the clone of the market this Toronto Mines S:clal to Tha Tribunal TORONTO, Jan. 26 Further weakness was presented on the Standard Htock and Mining Exchange this morning. General selling was present almost from the opening Teck Hughes dropped 35 points. f;nlng hark to $9.10, and apparently licking tho usual strength which has developed ill "Teck'' as prices went backward. Wright Haigreaves followed with a 15 - polnt loss at $5 6.'i. Noranda dropped 25 from the Wednesday close, receding to $21.50. Hudson Hay Mining was one of the few strong spots and. after the last two davg' activity, recovered 50 of yesterday's loss to $21 even. Amulet 1' - ion UK. 11 at Hn 1 , : 10'j.,, 40 at was unchanged at ft. Mining Lor potation was slightly stronger $4.95. Klrkland Lake was firm, up a point. Jackson Manlnn dropped two. Central Manitoba waa at $1 - 76. tildgood. Barry and Howey all were fairly steady. Bldgood sold at 93. Marry firmed up a point to 93. Howey was off two to $1.51. Jamea Rlehardaon 4 Sons, Ltd.) Open H'.Kh Low Noon January 20, Aeonda 33 a, 33", 33 31 Amulet 4"! 4"rt 4"0 too Area 23 21 23 23 Ark.i 2 1, 28', 26 28 Atno 23 23 23 33 l' - irry Holly 92 M 92 92 Heiver 1'nl 1 194 191 P, diiood v.l 9.1 P2 92 L'.'.ir:,.n':hnm 1', .114 6 u. 6', Central Man 170 17.1 178 176 Crona 12 12 12 12 Croi.n Keserva .. 47 4.4 4714 4.1, P"n . 128il 12c't 1280 1280 Co, 'I, 111 32 32 31 31 C.'l Klah .12.4 52'4 53'4 .12' - i:umila 2K 26 27 4 27 c, C:ovcr tlalty .... 11 12 11', 111) Knlllnrer 1781 176.1 J7.l 178,1 Howry 1.11 1.14 160 1.10 Indian 12 13 13 12 Int. Nlrkel 11.184 98U, 914, fli 44 J.ickeon Manlon . . 80 80 76 77 Kieley 60 t 60 61 Kirk Hunton .... 1714 16 17 18 Kirl: Lska 2."4 2.1.1 333 23.1 Laval 27 28 55 31 Ma.aeaa 46 46 46 4H .. aiartle 72 72 71 71 '!. Horn all 5iu ,11 u, 51 '4 .11 v, M' - lnlvre. 286 - , 28 V. 284.1 2841 'inln Corp 491 502 489 500 Newl - er 48 46 48 48 Nil - tit Hawk ... 7", 7', 7 7 Nlplselnl 570 570 870 870 Noranda 3150 311.1 2135 3110 Pioneer 64 6 - 1 63 .15 Potter Doal 18 18 18 18 Premier 2110 2t0 290 t'o P.llf 18 18 17'j 17'j Fan Antnnlo ..... 4..'4 46 411, 40 Knerrltt Cordon .. 62.. 625 62.1 62.1 Plldhurv Bnaln ...1311 1310 13.10 1.150 Terk Hiinhea 9.'0 9 60 B.15 vis To.irh (lake 80 86 66 66 Towaarrac 320 321 310 625 Treadweil Tukon .277", 25 K) 377.1 2A0O Vtond 60 60 60 60 V.'al - .e rda ,8 S 8 S Wrlrht Harrravea. 577 679 565 870 EXCHANGE iJntu - o btates dollar rommanda premium of 9 64 of 1 at local banks. Day's Prlca Normal Pound sterling 44. AS (4 S64, Pound sterling 44 88 44.80S Belrlan franc 14.04 13.9 Italian lira 5.34 19.3 German relchsmark ... 24.00 23.8 Holland guilder 40 61 40 0 Norwe. Ian rrown 26 80 27.0 Bwedl'h rrown 37.03 26 8 Kpanlsh peseta 17 13 19 6 Sw i. - a franc 19 40 19 3 Danish cruwn 26 97 27.0 Itun' - nrlan r - 'ngo 17,65 .... Austrian frMIIIng 14.33 .... Greek drachma 1.35 .... 1 1 ESTIMATED YIELO FOR PRAIRIES IS 414,919,000 BUS. Dominion Bureau of Statistics Reports Second Largest Crop on Record IB Canadian Praaal OTTAWA. Ont., Jan. 26 The total yield of wheat In Canada far 1M27 Is estimated at 440,024.700 bushels from 22.4eXl,0OO acres as compared with 407,131.000 bushels from 22,fW.OOO arres In laZt), to 4,258.000 bushels less than the estimate of Nov. 11, 1927, according to a crop re port Issued by the Dominion Bureau of statistics, late this afternoon The report shows that In the prairie provinces during 1M7, 21,425, - 656 acres were sown to wheat and yielded apiiroxlmutely414.919.OfKJ bus hels. To oats, 8.205.067 acres were sown and th yield waa zba.&w.iwu bushels. For other grains the figures are: barley, 2.H38.344 acres, 75.846.000 bushels; rye, bushels; flaxseed, 000 bushels. The aggregate value of all Canadian field crops In lf27 i $1,134,000. - 000. In 1926 the vnlue of field crops amounted to .104 983,100. The totul area producing tha crops remained unchanged in tho pBSt two years, at 56,000,01X1 acres. Avaraga Price, Tha average prices received by growers at the point of production ate estimated by the bureau t.f statistics with the 1926 prl. - e In brackets; fall wheat, $1.24 ($1,211; spring wheat. 9c (Ul'c); all wheat. $1 1X1 ($109); oats, die (4hci; burlev, fide (52c); potatoes. $1.17 per cwt. ($1.47); hay and clover, $1011 per ton ($1213). The wheat crop In point of yield Is the second largest on rer.or.l. the largest having be. n 471, 199,1100 In 1923. The average vleld between 1922 and 1926 was 3b7.73l,i80 bushels from 22,000,000 acres. The l'J27 total is made tip of 22.266.000 biifhelu from fall wheat and 417,758,000 from spring wheat. The average yield per acre for nil wjieat in 1927 was 26.1 bushels sh compared with 25 8 bushels in 1W26 and with 25 8 bushels far tha five year average. Oat Yield Oats yielded In 1927. 433.712.Of8i bushels from 1339.0CiO arreg in 1927. as compared with 383,416,000 bushels from 12,741.000 acres In 1926. The five year average far oats was 449. - SM.90U bushels Irom 13,743.000 acres. The aveiage yield per aere was 33 2 bushels ns compared with the average yield of 32.7 bushels over tha period. 1922 1926 Barley yielded 96.983.000 bushels as against 99.987.000 in the preceding year and on nverage yield of over five years of 84,r55,000 bushels. The average yield per acre was 27.7 bushels or about one bushel more per acre than In 1926. Flax seed totalled 4,884.000 bushels as compared with ft five yenr average of 6.814.000 bushels. Other 1927 grain crops are aa follows with the five veer average In brackets: Kve, 14.9500OO (18,13 000); pens, 2.7!M.'"iO (3,070,000); beans, 1. 017000 (1 239 000); buckwheat, 10, - 8'J0,000 (10,257,000). Potato Crop The 1927 potato crop whs 46 458,000 cwt., as compared with 46.937.000 cwt. In 1926 and a five year average of 51.000.000 cwt The average yield per acre wps 81 2 cwt. In 1927. 89.7 cwt. in 1926. and 89 4 over the past five years. Sugar beet produced 391. - 000 tons last vear as compared with 526.000 tons in 1926. Hav and clover amounted 10 17.370,000 tons last year and 14.058,000 tons In 1928. Toronto Stocks TORONTO. Got., Jan. Sft - Cnrral flnn - rtrpn with (K - teiavlonul uhptnntlil ainn rhnr act crl veil the m - irrtPt on tii Torontu Htotk txrhanxt in vi'dttfrfd but till fairly hfHvy trading today. Hmelten howed tha bin gat gain an 11 point advance at 23. Nickel r;ovreji 3i at 9. and Pa - Jne Oram sold tip thr - e at fi.V FraRrum. moet aj (active utork, n 1 '4 hUhM at 'J7'4. and a&iinmernnii (iincu tmn 451111111 rAinu'iiu. m 2tiV Dominion Store. Amutrl. Lhlaw and Chrlatia all firmed. Mat" Harr'a eaaed fractional ljr at 44. Oil and Llquom wera firm, with Brltlnh American atnlnn a quarter at 3H,. Omsiyar Tlra 1 (trained 1'4 I'1 ln unlisted taction. hera trading vvaa lighter. Forsnoon Salsa 366 Alta. Par.. Grain. 5 Amn. Bales Book, A Amn. Bales Book pfd.. 15.1 Arnolds, 100 Bell Tr.eptu.ina, 10 Brazilian T.L & P. 560 Urompton, 60 B.C. fishing pfd., 120 Building Products. 85 B.E. Strel. 2nd pld.; 9 Burt F.N.. 10 Can. Bread B ptd , 150 Can. canners. 67 Can. Canners, 1st ptd.; 690 Can. Canners, 2nd pfd.: 150 Cosmos I.M.. 135 Can. Oil. 20 Conduits, 11 lnd. Alcohor, 88 City Dairy. 1,300 Cons. Smelters, 147 Christie P. 10 navies A. 198 DonL Blnrea. 60 Fam. Playera, 30 Goodyetir pfd., 20 Hayes Wheels. 51 Int. lull. A, 170 Int. Util B. 6.900 Int. Nlrkel. Laura Securd pfd. 125 Ix.blaw, 60 Loblaw pld., loo Loews, 2.1 Markay pfd.. 20 Maple I - enf pfd., 3.400 Masary Harris, 110 Mnssey Harris pfd.. 50 MrKlnnon. 50 Pan. Burt, .160 Pace l:erary, B Pairs Mersey pfd., 190 Pure Gold Mfr... 6 Mulrhaads, 3.1 Rogers, 1 Russell M.C. r'd.. 8 300 Beasram, 110 Shredded Wheat, 6 Steel of Canada. 37 Twin City. 104 W.C. Flour, 600 Zlmmer - knit, 60 Zlmmarknit pfd. Banks 5 Commerca. 282. 8 Dominion, 263. II Imperial. 246. , 3 Royal. 341. 160 Standard, 344 to 346. Paris Bourse TARIS. Jan. 26 Prices were firm 01 the bourse today. Three perrent rentr. - C8 francs 7u centimes. Exchange oi London 124 francs 2 centimes. Five pet cent loan 87 franca 20 centimes. Th.. U.S. dollar was quoted at 25 francs 14 centimes. .he Roy a. Ban ot Canada OIVIlit - NU No. 161 NOTICE is hereby given that a DlVIPFSD OP THREB PER CENT Ibeing at the rate of twelve per cent per annuml upon the paid - up capita1 stock of this bank has been declared for the current quarter, and will be payable at the bank and its branches on and after Thursday, the first day of March next, to shareholders ol record at the close of business on the 3 1st day of January. By order o( the Board. C E NEILL, General Manager Montreal ue Janiarv 13. 1928 PRICES LOWER BUT FIRM ON VANCOUVERMART Volume of Sales Continues Around Million Mark on Fifth Day of Activity VANCOUVER, B.C. Jan. 315 Tha Vancouver stock market closed strong and active, Wednesday, although the days" operations howed a shading off In prices. Soma of the weaker held accounts wer taking profits but strong buying support always appeared when Lh stocks went below a certain mark. Contlmied orders continued to come In from Eastern Canada, long distance phones being In frequent use between Montreal and Vancouver. Dozens of cables are being received from Investors In Kngland. Volume of sales appronrhed the million dollar mark for the fifth day In succession and there is no abuting In public Interest In tha market. Sunloch, Big Missouri, Kootenay Florence, Marmot Metals and White Water continue among the leading favorites. Sunloch waa turned over in large volume at prices ranging from ii.00 to $3.50, with tha closing price at $3 10. galea approximated ten thousand shores. Hie Missouri hud a range of from 92 to ".' and closed at 75 on sales for the dny amounting to around ten KM 1KI arrea l'l S7 000 tnousanu. ivooifniy riurtm a emu i ,' , r - heavily, about 75,000 shares changing ecd, 4.5,lol acres. 4,,73. - n(ul,s al from 4l i6i the close being at 44. Vancouver Mines (Oalar, Hammond 41 Nanton, Ltd. Cloaa Jan. 26tH. R C Gold - 4 aeked. H I'. Silver - 156 to 160. Kayvlew 11'4 to 15S. Hist Missouri - 78 to 80. Hound Ked Mtn - 4 (a t. Bowena Copper 6'i h Ciuiel Copper .14 aeked. Cork Pro, 36 tj to 37. 1'alv Alaska 13 aaked. rninwell - 32 to 32 'a . ueorta Coi.r - 370 to 400. Claeler 6 to S',. Gladstone lft to 16. Ird - pendence 19 's to 30x Indian Mines IIS to 13. Int. Coal and Cow - 29 to 29 ',4. L. and L. 2.1'i hid Lakevlew 4 - , In 6. Iademlth , to 7. l.in - kv Jim 3S to .19. Marmot Metals - 33 bid. Metal Silver M.O. - - 2Va to 29. Premier 275 tn 2H.V Portar Idaho - 13 to 54 M. Kl.hraond 17 to 17. Kmh Hops 5.1 to 67. Belklrka - 5;, to 6. Bllverereat 18'i to 114. BllTcremlth - - 26i to 27. Stand. Sll. and It to If. Burt Inlet - 1, to 1. Hunloi'h 310 to 3U. Terminus 20 to 30 Torlc Mines - 360 to 150. B c. Klee. 106 bid. British 1'eta. 814 to at. lslhouale 140 to 185. Home oil 235 to 240. Maple Leaf 1l tn IS. Rorallte 2o"0 to 3200. Woodhlne - 43 to 6. Pend rirejlle 935 to 960. Whllewater346 to 250. Knntenav Kloren. - a 43 to 44. Bloran Kln I', to 1614. Kiifus IS to 60. Ari - 'enta 49 to 60. Bllverndo 130 to 133. GoUonda - 100 to 10.1. INVESTMENT COMPANY OFFERS DEBENTURES MONTREAU Que, Jan. 26 An offering Is being made today by Nes - hltl. Thompson and Co., Limited, of $2,500,000 live percent 30 - year debenture series "A" of the Canadian power and Paper Investments Limited. Each $1,000 bond will carry a bonus of 10 shares of no par value rommon stock. The company was organized for tha purpose of Investing in hydro electric, public utility and paper companies. mor" other holdings the company will own a substantial interest in the t.aihi.rst rower and raper Company, Limited. New York Exchange NEW YORK. Jan. 36 Foreign X' changes steady; demand rates in cents, Great Britain 487); France, .9 Italy, 5 29: Germany, 23.83; Canadian dollars 9 - 64 of one percent discount. Phila Company and subsidiaries, 12 months ended Oct. 81, net in come $11,621,000, against $11,285,000 in previous 12 months. Beechnut Packing regular quarterly dividend 3 percent on common payable April 10 stock, March 24. Capital and Reserves over $11,000,000 Lake of Woods Company Plans Recapitalization (By Canadian Praaal MONTREAL, Jan. 26 Shareholders of tha Laka of tha Waoda Milling Corporation, at thalr special ganaral meeting har yesterday unanimoualy . approved tha recapitalization plan of the company, which Include tht apllttlng of the present aharaa on a three for one bi.sia and a reduction In tha dividend rate. HUDSON AND ERIE ASSETS GROWING Annual Report Shows Cana dian Debentures Increase $1,840,000 Evidence of further expansion of the Hudson and Erla Mortgage cor - noralinn is shown In the 64th an nual report of tho company. This Is particularly so with regard to the Canadian borrowings department. Canadian debentures, which a year ago totalled $19,930,000, advanced to $21,770,000. an Increase of $1,840,000. Savings deposits advanced from $8,640,000 to $9,850,000, a gain of $1,200,000. The report shows that surplus security for depositors and debenture owners Is substantially greater throtiirh the transfer of $150,000 from tne year'a profits to the reserve fund which now totals $2,500.0(0. The paid - up capital remains at $8,000,000, but the two itema comhlned provide surplus security totalling $7,500,000. Total assets are over $42.iX),OO0, being an Increase of $2,455,000 for the year. v. The net pronrs oi aun.oiu uv - small Increase far he year. And after paying taxes to Dominion ana provincial governments and writing $20,000 off office premises, $75,700 Is carried forward aa undistributed profits. a Th annual aeneral meeting ' ot shareholders Is to be held at the cor poration s head office in ivonQon, Ont., on Wednesday. Feb. 8. Bank of England LONDON, Jan. 26 The weekly statement of the Bank of England shows the following changes. In pounds: Total reserve, increased 772 000; circulation, decreased 109. - 000: bullion, increased 663 000; other eecurtles decreased 3.649,000; publin deposits. decreased 2.675.000; other deposits, decreased 1.424.000; note reserve, inc - eascd 733,000; government securities, decreased 1,179 000. The proportion of the bank's reserve to liability tnis ween ib ojj. p rent: last week it was S3 97 per cent Kate of discount 4'i per cent. Dow Jcnes Averages (Oaler, Hammond and Nanton) Averages: 30 Industrials 198 58, off 1.48 2D Kails 137.60, off 1.16. 40 Bonds 99.34, off .08. Whitney Says Yeter"lay's market acted Jut as an intrinsically sound and well - controlled market should act whkh was attempting tn measure Sll d direst a so - called ad - verso development, which contained an element of surprise only Insofar as the time element is concerned. Consider that the market although closing on tha average approximately a point and a half below the previous session, .taro .n excellent account cf Itself, clearly demonstrating where the line of support We have for eoneideratlon today the aetion of the New York Federal Reserve bank and the next Installment of the brokers loan statement. The predictions are made that there will be no change In the New York rate and that ,'T brokers loon statement will dlsclosa decrease. Ko far as market prediction Is concerned let it be said tnit higher prices are looked for today with enuugli ad. vanee to about completely vine out ves terday's reaction 80 tliat by end of week the general average level will bo flirting with the previous too, which, of course. means new high records befiro end of the week for a material numlier of issues which have already ovcrcomo that rre vious individual tops or are striving to break through that technical obstacle now. Public Service, K.J., to offer $43, - 689.000 twenty year V percent, con vertible debentures to common ana 8 percent preferred holders at 98 and Interest. THE PAS MANITOBA ifnnounces the open' ing of d branch office at the above point under the management of Mk. C J. Knox. F. H. MARSH Western Superintendent, Winnipeg. JOHN R. LAMB General Manager lAHMOROKTO Incorporated 1855 KEEP POSTED upon the great developmente now under way in Canadian mining fields. Our semi - monthly publics, tion, "Canadian Mining World." mailed free on request to all who are interested. Send your name and address. Stosie - Fokln6'Wmthews LIMITED Specitlisti in Mining Shares Privste Wirt System Notre Dame at Portage ' Telephone: 89 328 Stock Items Jams Richardson and Son Bank of England rata unchanged. Martin Parry omitted quarterly dividend of 50 cents due at this time. Houston Oil declared regular semi annual preierrta cuviaena of s per - Standard Oil of Ohio declared regular quarterly dividend $1.75 on preferred pavable February 10, etock or January ii. Lima Locomotive declared regular quarterly dividend $1 payable March l, stocK or f ebruary 13. American Tobacco declared reru - lar quarterly dividends h on com mon and common "K stocks nav. abla March 1, etock of February 17. General Outdoor Advertising de clared regular quarterly dividend $1 on class "A" and $1.50 on preferred. Lehigh Coal and Navigation declared ten percent stock allottment at par to holders of record February 4, regular cash dividend of 2 percent cteciareu payanie feoruary iv. stock February 4, usual extra of half of one, percent omitted. Bank Clearings Winnipeg bank clearings for the week ending Jan. 26, showed aa In. crease over the clearings of the corresponding week of 1927. Clearings far the week ending Jan. 26, 1928. were: $46,035,681, for the cor - A Si responding week of 1927. $37,804V 376, and far 1926. $40,936,867. The Canada National Fire Insurance Company, Winnipeg, Man. NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS Notice is hereby given that the Seventeenth Annual General Meeting of the Shareholders of The Canada National Fire Insurance Company win be liaid at the Head Office of the I'otnpany, 366 Main Street. Winnipeg, Manitoba, on Wednesday, the 8lh day c( February, A.D. iK2o. at tne nour oi fi. r (4) o clocg In the afternoon, for Die purpose of receiving tha Annual Report for the year ending Decemlier Slat. 1927; for the Electing of Directors lor the ensuing ear. ana tor trammeling any other uslness that may be properly brought before the meeting. Dared at Wihntpeg. this 18th day of January, A.D. UC. . 11. ALEXANDER, First Vice - President. James Richardson & Sons Limited INVESTMENT BANKERS 367 Main Street - - - - WINNIPEG STOCKS BONDS MINES Board room quotation service covering all principal markets - , Montreal and New York Stocks, . Toronto Mines, Calgary Oils, Vancouver Stocks. Direct private wire connection throughout Canada and the United States. Orders filled in any market on the continent Listed and un listed stocks. Telephone 24 831 (Private Branch Exchange) 14 iiiiiiin""""'""""""""" Donnacoha Paper Company Limited 5H F"t Mortgage Cold Bonds, Series "A" Maturini February 1, 1948. Principal "d Interest payable in Canadian, United States or Sterling funds. The Denorninations $1,000 and (500, i7 0fn.000 of First Mortgage Bonds are " . - ,c.i hv ssaeti in excess of $15,600,000. Pro - . perties include a favourably located and efficient newsprint paper mill, large pulpwood areas, and valuable developed and undeveloped waterpowers. Net earnings, three years ended December 31, 1926, averared 2.8 times the annual interest re - truirement of these Bonds. A controlling interest in the Company's common shires has been acquired through substantial cash investment by Price Brothers Company, Limited, one of the oldest and largest manufacturers of newsprint paper in Canada. At Market, Yielding About 5l50 Descriptive circular on request. Royal Securities Corporation LIMITED 218 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg Montreal Toronto Halifax Saint - John Quebec Vancouver New York vs. sississssisjiasa A New Investment Trust Security During the month of October we offered a substantial block of the First Canadian General Investment Trust Company Shares and which were quickly taken up by investors in British Columbia, This security paid a dividend on January 2nd of this year on the basis of 6 per annum, and earnings as shown in the Annual Statement just published for the full year ending December 31st indicate that earnings were substantially in excess of the dividend rate paid. Investment Trusts based on the British form of investment trusts show a remarkable earning power and a degree of safety seldom excelled in investment affording a return of 6 or possibly more. We are now offering a new issue of: Second Canadian General Investment Trust Shares at $100.00 which will be controlled by the same management as that of the First Trust and under practically the same board of directors. Dividends will be paid quarterly and we will gladly forward a complete circular describing in full this issue to any investor interested. Royal Financial Corporation Ltd. 291 Garry St, Winnipeg. Phone 26 000. Branches: Vancouver, Victoria, Calgary, Edmonton ;1