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MONDAY, APRIL, 8, 1940. THE OTTAWA JOURNAL' 13 'lock 1 EdMon Soldiers Clash With Reds O'clock Edition Service. . 1 SYDNEY, Australia, April 8. CD Clashes at Communist meet- armed forces took place over the week-end. according to informa- . tion available today. 1 In Sydney, soldiers, sailors' and aormen "sang down open air ora-. tors ' and there was ' a hostile demonstration by hundreds : of people outside a Communist halL i Since the New South Wales Labor party at its Easter meeting passed a resolution of sympathy ' with the Soviet Union there has been Insistent public demand for action against Communists, bcv eral Federal Ministers have made speeches urging quick action but it is understood that the Cabinet as a wnoic, apprcuciisivc vi ' sible charges of using dictatorship methods, has decided not to inter -lere wun xne communist pariys normal, legal propaganda. . However, it is understood the rnmmmiwiIUi Government will not hesitate to use its . wartime anti-sedition powers Immediately 1 if the Communists, individually or collectively. Interfere in any way with Australia's war effort or es sential Industries. The coal strike already has thrown ; 30.000 men out oi worn and is now delaying the work of armament factories and shipping. It Is believed but It is difficult to prove that the stoppage was engineered by extremist leaders sympathetic with the Soviet Union. - Allies Ready i n H..... in DdlKdlb O'Clock E4iUos ttrvtc. LONDON, April 8 CP Britain's envoys to the Balkan countries, Italy and Russia, met today with Foreign Secretary Viscount Halifax for discussions expected to determine the Allies' next move in the strategic area of southeastern Europe. . The ministers to Rumania, Greece, 'Hungary, Bulgaria and Yugoslavia, and the amabassa-dora to Italy, Russia and Turkey participated in the talks, which Will be ! resumed tomorrow and continued through most : of the week. Ronald, Cross. Minister of Economic Warfare, and Sir Andrew Duncan, president of the Board of Trade, will participate in the later conferences. Clr Hnffhe ' Knatchbull-Huses- sen. ambassador to Turkey, earlier had told a meeting of the Turkish relief fund that the Ankara Government stands firm at the side of Britain and France. "She ha taken great decisions l tho wiriest snhere in politics. and we are on the side of Turkey -In --these things", he said.- "We Inrtni w. ,m frinrta. faithful friends, and we are, proud to have so brave and courageous friends.' Duff Cooper Found 1 1 r r il i- ' u j. oympaineiic ' O'Clock Elta Bcrric. LONDON. April ! 8 CP) Alfred Duff Cooper, former Ficst Lord of ; the Admiralty who has just returned from a United States lecture tour, today told a Conservative party meeting there is "prorouna sympatny lor me Allied cause" in America. He declared Americans "feel that if Great Britain were in great difficulties they would '.have to com to her assistance j because there are some things in this country' which the average American feels are as much his as ours". - He deplored what he termed the failure of Great Britain t "to acquaint the American people with the true facts in our case while the Germans have been very successful in their propaganda". He said support for the Allies in the United States had declined somewhat as a result. DENOUNCE UA PROPOSAL. MEXICO CITY, April 8. Ignoring partisan differences, labor and political groups today rallied behind President Cardenas administration and joined the press in bitterly denouncing a United States proposal j for arbitration of the two-year-old controversy over expropriation of United States oil interests. - '-'."; - . . - Late Price Waver On London Market S O'clock Edition Service. LONDON, April (JP The stock market wavered late . today following" early firm. . ness as traders studied the ' new situation created by Brit-ish decision to mine Norweti Ian territorial waters. Brit- 1 -, ish Government bonds edged ' lower and domes tie rails lost morning gains. Kaffirs dis played some resistance. Industrial leaders moved down fractionally. Trinidad issues made a good showing in a depressed oil group. Race Results TROPICAL RESULTS. I First race, nurse S900. clalmins 4-year-olds , and up, , 6 furlongs icnuiej on z.ub4 Morning Mail 111 (Packer), 5.20, 2.?0, 2.70; Come Home 106 (W. Snyder), 4.30 s.eu; air 103 (Lemmons), 3.50. ; Time 1.11 4-5. , ChiSDa. Amernsa r.hnit Train Dolaway and White Topper, also ran. . ;. j Second race, nurse $900. rlalm Inf. 3-year-olds, six furlnncrs Acquin, 106 (Allgaicr), 7.10, 4.00, .ou. unravelled, 113 (Packer), 13.00. 4.40. Free Bid. 108 r Meade v 2.60. Time 1.14.' Pirate Ship, Sun mi, uoiaen Cargo, Klieg Light, Pell Mell also ran. Third race. D'urse S80D. maldnn 2-year-olds, four furlongs Jim-son Belle. 113 (Packer), $7.80, $4, $3.10: Betty's Broom. 118 (Mc. Coy), $4.70, $3.40; Hy Cop. 116 tiwovitzj. 13.20. . Time. .48 1-5. Jota. Fancy Free, Gallant Glance. Masthead. Arestino also ran. Fourth race, purse $1,000, claiming, 4-year-olds up, 6 furlongs (chute) Foxy Maude. 106 Lem- mons), $3.40, $3.90, $2.70; Jane viio. ill (W. E. Snyder), I $7.70, $4.40; Sky Argo, 111 (Obert), $2.60. Time 1.14 2-5. Marsnn Pause. Chance Queen and Pena- Dua, also ran. ', , v . ; - - . v : ,v BOWIE RESULTS. First race, purse $1,000. for maiden 2-year-olds, four furlongs aLong Lane, 108 (S. Clark) 18.10, 8.40, 5.00; Aerial Fire, 116 (Mora) 6.40, 4.30; Distant Star, 113 (Undberg) 4.40. Time .48 2-5. Reluctant Miss. aBallarosa, Tetra Rock. Sir Broad side, Traumelus, Master Andrew, Oak Tar, I Fly, Mud Love also ran. a-Jouett Shouse-E. K. Brysoni entry, j Second race, nurse $1,000. claiming, 4-year-olds and up, six furlongs Blablah, 109 (Durando) 3.70, 2.50, 2.40; Autumnquest, 114 (McDonald) 8.30, 3.00; Remotee, 110 (Polk) 4.30. Time 1.14 1-5. "Bullet B Pal- kin. Chatabit, , Conville, Italian Harry also ran. f '. - . . Daily double, Long Lane and Blablah, paid $41.90 for $2. Third race, purse $1,000, claiming, 4-year-olds and up, six furlongs Irish Moon, 112 (Schmidl) 5.50, 2.90. , 2.30j Apprehend, 117 (Undberg) 2.80, 2.30; Mama's Boy, 107 (G. Oros) 2.50. Time 1.14 4-5. Happy Hostess, Henryels Pick. Golden Mayne, Mike's Grace, Quick Vine, Amer-lee, Worthowning, Georgetown also ran. . Fourth race, the Charlotte Hall, purse $1,000, fillies 3-year-olds. 5H furlongs Careful Dinah. 113, (Dabson) $2.60, $2.30, $2.20; Hazel W. 113, (Dupps) $3.80.-$3.10; Stray Chord. 108, (Dufford) $7.20. Tim 1.07 2-5. ! . Good reception, Anti Air. Toast, Minorca, Fair Haired also ran. . : .. TT ! r . . Sir Shuldham Redfern Remaining in Ottawa , . Announcement was made today that Sir Shuldham Redfern, Secretary to the late Baron Tweeds-muir had been asked by the Earl of . Athlone to continue in , his present office as Secretary to the Governor General. Sir Shuldham is now. in touch with the government of the Sudan to arrange the necessary extension of his leave from duties there in order that he may accede to the new Governor General's request Metal Markets NEW YORK. April . () Copper steady: electrolytic spot, 1 1 .25-50. Connecticut Valley; export, 11.20-25. TAS, N Y. Tin steady;, spot and nearby, MAO; forward, 4S.7S. Lead steady: soot New York. J.0U-S.03, East St Louis. 4.85. Zinc steady; ' East St Louis spot and forward, S.7S. Pig Iron. No. 2, t.o.b. Eastern Pennsylvania, 24.00;- Buffalo, 23.00: Alabama, 19J8. ' Aluminum, virgin 89 percent., 19.00. Antimony. Chinee spot, 14.2J. Quicksilver. 176.00-180.00 nominal. Platinum, pure. 40.00. Chinese wolframite, duty paid. 22 00-24.00 nominal. tj-mcstlc acheclitc. 22.00. j AUCTION SALE I FOUNDRY EQUIPMENT of the Bankrupt SANDWICH FOUNDRY Company Limited Chippewa and Bloomfield Ave, WINDSOR, ONT. Will Be Ofered U the PabUe by Auction . APRIL 15. 1940 Starting It AJM Monday Morning consisting or ' au. foundry equipment and supplies. arh as: Milwaukee, Nichols, Mt. Moulding Macnines. simp-m Rand Muller, Sly Sand Blast equipment Core Ovens, Rtubeavllle Uft-Trarks. Racks. Conveyors systems, Roand and Square Tumbling Mills, Air Compressors, Core Blowing Machines, Air Hoists, flasks Iron and Aluminum, Trolleys, Chain Palls. Overhead Cranes, Laboratory equipment. Miscellaneous Items too numerous to mention. MACHINE SHOP EQUIPMENT: Rahn and Carpenter Lathe, Drills, 24" S lis per. Power Back Saw, Wood Planer, Crescent Band Saw, 4a Electric. Motors, Belting, etc. ' Inspection may be made at any time on the premises. For Complete Circular and further detail and inomtatton 1 COMMUNICATE WITH . " ZALEV BROTHERS Limited Phone 4-32S1 1309 MERCER ST. Windsor, Ont Jail for Theft -Of 'Plane Plans LONDON, April 8. CP) Michael Downes, an Irishman, was Sentenced to six months at hard labor today for stealing plans from an Aircraft factory where he was employed. . Sentence was passed over his protest that "1 didn't take them to help the enemy". : ' JDownes was superintendent- of a heat treatment ' department through which metal airplane parts passed. After the parts had been treated he attached labels to them giving details of the proces ses used. Police found some of the labels and a page from his factory rec ord book in his lodgings, together with drawings of five airplane parts. These were classed as secret documents relating to the manufacture of armaments and containing information which might be useful to the enemy. Mixed Price Trencl On Montreal Market i - : S O'Clock' Edition Service. MONTREAL, April 8. P Stocks continued in a mixed trend in late dealings on the exchange today with losses holding a slight edge. - Montreal Stocks By The Canadian Press. Sales Stock 10 A. P. Grain 2 A. P. Grain P 275 Algoma 5 Anglo Tel. P.. 13S Asbestos .. .. 50 A. Brew. ..... 31 Bath . . '....; 200 Bwlf. Gr. ... 5 Bwlf. Gr. P.. S2 Bell d llfiO Brazil ... .... 'SO B. C. Pow. xd. 180 Bruck .. .... 40 BWg. Pro. ., ISO Can. Cem. S Can. Cem. P. . SO Can. SS. ... 321 Can. S.S. P. 25 Cdn. Brnz. . .. 330 Cdn. Car 45 Cdn. Car P. . 340 Cetenese . . 20 Cel. P. ..... 60 C. I. Al. A .. , 25 C. I. Al. B... 10 Cdn. Loc. .... 852 C. P. R. 350 Con. Smel. . ,. . . 165 Domj Bridge . SO Dom. CoCsl P. 50 Dom. Col aP. 1405 Dom. 8. St C. 20 Dom. Store .. 100 Dom. Tar ... 55 Dom. Tex. , . 80 Dryden .-. ., 10 Electrohix . . 25 Enam. and Ht 140 Foundation .. : 41 Gatineau P. , ' 5 Gat. S p.e. P. . 55 G. S. Wares . 85 G. S. Wares P. 10 Goodyear P. . 75 Gurd - . 15 Gypsum . 10 Ham. Bridge . 135 Hollinger xd 100 How. Smith .. 5 H. Smith P. 230 H. B. Mining mi imp, oil ...... 410 Imp. Tob 100 Imp. Tob. P. ., 200 In. Accp 210 Int. Nickel .... 210 Int. Pete. 11 Lake Woods P 170 Lang 35 Massey 589. Mont. Pow. xd 1Z5 Nat. Brew High Low Close ii I',s au 1U 47 , 24',' 19'.' 14 lb lis 39 165 . 30 . 16', . 47 ',i . 24 ., . ll .14V. . lis . 3 .168 . 10Sa . 28 6'. . 1 ; 1 . 27 .'8 .311, . 44 . 14T. a?'4 37 127 127 loi 28 81. ., 16 7s 97 8 211' 44 141i 261, 3,4 30 iei'4 47 ',, 24 V 1U 141. 11. 39 166 B. 3 27. IS IV, 43, 38 i, 21 21 IS?, 7i 881) 8'i "1. 5 . 13 95 102 10t, 95 84 ... s . ... 5 7V 7. ... 141, 14, 22 22 xdl02 102 ... 2. 29 144 14. .... 16(, 16', ... nit 7'.; .... av - g ... 43" . ... 22't 120 16 S'i 30', 37,, 3 27. 16 .714 43 "j 38 21 . 21 13 5 Hi 881, 81, Jlls 5 13'.4 95 102 101. 95 64 8 Irregular Trend On Wall Street S O'Clock Edition Service. - NEW YORK, April 8. ) Motors and specialties commanded a following for gains of fractions to around three points at the best in today's stock market, but many leaders failed to hold their popularity.; v 1 Up and down shifts were frequent among pivotal issues throughout the proceedings. It was notable, though, that activity was most pronounced when prices were rising. Despite quiet profit-taking . interludes, transfers were around 1,300,000 shares. Steels did 'vell for a while, but backed away when the American Iron and Steel Institute estimated this week's mill operations off .4 of a point at 61.3 percent of capacity. The production slip-up, however, had been predicted and stocks in this group did not display any great heaviness. Business news, except in spots, was without, particular stimulation, brokers said. WALL STREET .' applied fey McOougall and Cowans. tajt. Blew, .... 01 107 N. Steel Car xd . 6 225 Noranda 741, 280 Ogilvie .......... 331, SO Ott. Elec.'Ry. ... 101. 15 Ott Power P. i,.10l 226 Penmans 68 60 Pow. Corp. ..... 101, 375 Price 20t, SO Que. Pow. 161, J50 St. Is. Corp 41. 110 St. L. C A. P Xd. 19 23 St L. Plr 29 10 St. L. .Pap. P 48 216 Shwngh. 221 . IS Sherwtn 13V4 98 SU. Xd. n ... 78 215 Un. Steel .. ..... 8 : 6i Viau ..... 4 . 70 Wabasso 36 ' 50 Wilsila Ltd. .. .. 22 58 Wpg. El. A ... . 2 51 Wpg. El. B .. .. 2 100 Pow Note .... SO Banks. 10 Com. xd . .17S , T Mtl. .. .. .. .207 69 Royal .. .. .. .183 $2400 D. C. 1 W. Ln. . 100 43 22H 120 16 54 30'', 37li M 74 32 'i 10',i 101 68 101, 20 161, 41. 19 281, 48 221- ! 13"4 i 781, . 8 4 36 22 2 2 SO 175 206 183 100 1M, 29 SI. 16 '61, 97 8 21 ti ' 44 141i 2614 M't 127 3 ' 21. IS 74 a4 so 21 -21 1514 5 IVt 881, 91, U Ik S 13! 85 102 101, 95 S44 8 5 7 141, 22 102 2914 14k 161, 7', 29 43'4 22',4 120 16 54 301', 37', 66 7414 3214 1014 101 68 -10'4 2014 164 474 18 2814 48 2214 1314 78, . S 4 36 22 2 2 50 175 206 183 100 Montreal Curb By The Canadian Press. Sales Stock 235 Abitlbi .. .. 1.00 240 Abit 8 P . . 1314 148 Aluminum .. 144 2 Bath B. ..... 4 - 171 Beau .. .... 514 15 Beld Cort. . 9714 24S B. A. Oil ... 23 3 B. C. Pack. .. 1714 175 Cap. Sug. ... 34 985 Cdn. Brew. . 24 85 Cdn. Brew. P. 31 '4 SC. Dredge . . .2S4 100 Cn. Marc. xd. 1.35 ' 25 Cn. P. 8c P. I 1.00 200 C. P. aV P. L P. 414 High Low Close i 125 Cdn. Vick. 40 CateUl .. .. 25 Com. Al. ... 323 Cons. Pap. .. 200 Cub. Aire SO Do. Wools. P. 15 Don A. ..... 10 Fairchild .... 290 Fleet Aare. .. 45 Ford A 128 Eraser Vt .. 5 Intercity .. . 10 Lk. St J . 200 Mack Air .. 5 MacLaren . . 175 Mitchell . ... 5 Moore Corp. , 35 Page-Her. .. 5 Pa toft . 25 Rel. Gra. .. , 75 Royalite . . 10 S. Bridge B 860 Walk. Br. .. 20 Walkers P. .. 6 17 . 3H - 714 214 814 84 21 '4 184 33 , 23 . so , 20 ' 1S4 4614 1084 113 8 36 . ui 20 I. Mines. 52 3000 Bidgood . 1PUO Cent. Cad. . . 17 50 Dome xd. ,. 2514 400 East Mat .. 3.70 300 Eldor 77 1120 Fal. Nickel.. 5.05 2200 Franco. .. .. 5314 4000 J. M. Cons. . 314 too Joliet Que. . 6 23 Lk. Shore . 25 3400 Mai. Go. Fi. 1.43 100 O'Brien . .. 1.31 SO Sherritt . . . 83 1623 Slscoe .. 90 300 Sulliv. ,. 82 1)00 Wood Cad. 2014 Oils. 1300 Anglo Can. .1.01 1200 Brown . .. .. 1914 800 Dal. Oil ... 48 2355 Home . . ..2.84 2000 Homestead . . 414 508 OkalU . . . . 1 M IndurtriaU. 19,100; mines. 27,000. 135 13 143 4 ! 514 ,9714 22'4 1714 34 214 3114 2sy 1.35 1.00 414 8 17 ??i 214 814 814 814 874 2114 1814 33 23 i 20 15 4614 10814 115 8 36 214 47 1614 2514 3.70 77 5.00 1 6 2S 1.43 131 93 90 8014 20 1.00 1914 47 2.76 4 1J4 1.55 13 143 4 S14 8714 Z3 17 14 34 214 3114 . 23V. 1 33 IM 414 8 17 -. 314 T - Ill 814 514 ' 9 21 '4 1814 33 23 50 20 15'4 46'4 10814 115 8 36 , 1.20 ' 20 48 17 2514 3.70 7" 5.00 53 34 6 25 1.43 ' 1J1 95 90' 82 ' 20 1.00 1914 48 2.76 414 134 SHARP EARTH TREMOR. BISHOP, Cal, April 8. A sharp earthquake, was felt here at 5.36 ajn. (8.36 aan. E.S.T.) today, lasting three to four seconds. It rattled I windows and dishes ' and awakened sleepers, but there were no reports of damage. Stock - i: ! Open Close Armour s4 Atlantic Ret. 2214 Auburn Motors .......... 114 Air Reduction New ...... 53 Alaska Juneau ....... 614 Allied Chemical 17914 Alii. Chalmers.' 37',, A. M. Byers ; 1. 12V, Amer. Bank Note ........ Ill, Amor. Can. Co ...1.11514 Amer. Cel. ......, ......I-. J31, Amer. and For. Power . ,.- 2 Amer. Loco f. 22 Amer. Pow. and Light . .. . 414 Amer. Machine ,. 141, Amen Rad. .............. 814 Amer. Roll. Mills I6I4 Amer. Smelt ..;.. 52i Amer. Tel. and Tel. .... 174 Amer. Water. 111. Anaconda Copper 31 Atchison Rly. ............ 25 Bald. Loco. 1614 Baltimore and Ohio ...... 514 Bendtx 3514 Beth. Steel 82, Briggs Body . 23 . Boraen Dairy ............ 2314 ' Borg-Wsrner ,i. 2414 Budd Man r51 Burroughs - .. 11', Case Threshing 71'4 Can. Dry Ginger Ale ...j. 2314 Can. Pacific l s. 6, Cerro de Pasco 3. Chrysler 8914 uca coia 128 Col. Carbon 9714 Cot Gas 71,' Com. Solvents 18U Com. and Southern 114 Cont Baking 1414 Con. Edison 32ii. Con. Can 4814 Corn Products '614 Curtis Wright A. .......... J8I4 Curtis Wright 1014 Del. and Lack. ............ 51. Deere ............ t mi, Di.t Seag. ............... IB Doug. Air 8714: Dupont I8814 Eaatman Kodaks ......... "15814 tlec. Auto Light'' 41 Elec. Power and Lisht ... bv. Erie By. Hi Evans Products ........... '1014 Freeport Texas ........... 3314 General Asphalt'.......,.. 1614 General Baking .......... 7-u General Electric ......... 39 General Foods ............ 474 General Motors tov, Goodrich ...... 1914 Goodyear Tire ............ 2414 Houston oil v., i Hudson Motors ........... 614 ' 814 Hudd Motors ia.i .1.1.1 inter. Harvester .......... S814 - 5814 Inter. Paper, new . . ...... . Inter. Paper, Pld. ........ Inter. Tel. and Tel. ....... Johns Manville Kennecott Copper , Loew's Ine , Libby-Owen McKeesport Tin Plate .... Montgomery Ward ....... Nash-Kelvinator ,, ; National Biscuit ......... National Cash Register .. National Dairy Products . National Dist . ....... Nstional Power and Light North American Aviation New York Central , Northern American ..n.i PaciAc Gas and Elec, . .... Packard Motors Pennsylvania Ry Phillips Pet .....; Pullman ........... Radio Sears Roebuck ..... ..... Shenley Products ..... ... South. Calif. Edison Southern Ry. ........... Southern Pacific ..... ... Standard Brands .. Stand. Oil Ind. ........... Stand. Oil California Socony .... Sperry Corp Stand. Oil of NJ. .. .... Studebaker, new ..... ... Stand. Gas and Elec. ..... Texas Co. ....-.......... Texaa Gulf Thompson-Starrett . . .... Timken Roller Bearing '.. United Aircraft ..... United Corp. ..... United Drug . . . United Gas Improve. ..... U.S. Alcohol . ....... U.S. Pipe and Foundry ... VS. Rubber ........ .. Union Carbide ..... ..... Union Pacific .... VS. Steel ..... Vanadium Steel ... Warner Bros. Pictures ... Westing. Electric ... Western Maryland ...... Western Union .... Woolworth ..... ........ Yellow Cab. Younfrtown Sht ..... ... 514 23 614 18114 3714 13 1214 113 33 -.: 2 : 2114 414 1414 84 I8I4 S3 175 ' 1114 301. 2414 1814 ' 814 3514 8114 2314 2314 2414 514 Ills 7174 23 6 3914 8014 12814 97 '14 1814 Us 14", 321) 4814 61 li w.a 1014 814 2314 lit 87 ' 18914 156 41 . 614 114 lO'.i . 361; 16:!4 7J! 41 5574 20 li 2414 e !4 13 72 3714 3614 51 14 It's 5514 6'4 . 231j 1414 17'4 2614 84 2514 1814 234 34'4 314 2314 3914 2814 si. 304 1814 1414 2414 . 1214 4614 4314 1214 2 '4714 3414 8014 4914 214 64 1214 2S14 3614 38 8314 98 63T4 3714 US'4 4'4 K", 414 1814 45 "New York Curb Stock Open Elec. Bond and Share . .. . 7Vs Ford Motor of Can. A .... 16 Imp. Oil 11 Int Petrol 1614 Niagara Hudson ..... ... S4 Pantapec 414 St Regis Paper 3 . SS'.'i 1214 5614 4 72 3714 3614 si1; 11 5414 6'4 Z3Tj ... 14T: 174 2614 81j 2514 18 234 as1.: 231, 3914 27,14 8714 134 30'.: 18 14 in, ' 2714 24 1214 484 4314 12 '3 4714 34S4 - V 't i 3114 4914 6'! 124 2414 364 3714 85 87H 634 364 3'4 1141! 2l'' 4114 44 V Close 1614 5' 414 s Commodities , S O'Clock Edition Service. NEW -YORK, April 8. F Commodity futures ranged fairly steady tndav. Hides 8 to 8 higher, silk No. 1 714 to 1114 higher, rubber 8 lower to 2hlgher. cotton 2 to 7 higher, sugar No. 4 1 lower to 4 higher and cottonseed oil 3 to 4 higher. Copper unchang ed to 3 lower, cocoa 2 to 4 lower, sugar NO. 3 I to 3 lower ana tool tops unchanged to 2 lower. Lead, zinc and Straits tin ahowed tio sales. Coffee santos and rios were stationary. ' ' Cocoa Fatures. . -. NEW YORK. April 8. (P) Cocoa futures closed 2 to 4 lower. Sales, 1,420 tons. High Low Close May S.S1 S.47 8.47 July 5.59 $.54 5.S4N Sept S.66 8.82 S.631U , Raw Silk Futures. NEW YORK. April 8. 4 Raw silk futures No. 1 closed 714 to 114 higher. Sales. 1JH0 bales. ,. High Low Closea June J.31 z.43 z.43 July 2.48 "2.40 ; 2.4214 AUgUSl 1.41 3.3 , 33014 Exchange Rates Official foreign exchange control board rates unchanged; at: U.S. dollars, buying 10 percent, 'premium, selling 11 percent, premium. Equivalent discounts on Canadian dollars in New York: Buying, 9.91 percent., selling 9.09 percent Sterling, in Canadian funds, buying, ,4.43, selling $4.47. . Gold Stocks Lead Toronto Trade S O'Clock Edition Service. TORONTO, April 8. (CP) Early activity and strength in a few of the cheaper mining issues dropped oft In afternoon trading on the- Toronto Stock Exchange today, but the list as a whole closed steady to'firm. Volume was close to 1,000,000 shares. The day's most active stock. Bidgood Kirkland, traded around 200,000 shares and ranged from a new high at 5ZV4 in morning busi ness to a low of 44. ) It closed down a few cents around the 48 mark. . I ' TorontowStotks i By The Canadian Press, Sales Stocks - 100 Abitibi 113 Abitl. P .... B 800 A P. Con. 10 Alt. Grain 5000 Aldermac . .. 28 Algoma . 12500 Amm 4500 Anglo C. .. 10900 Amlfield . , 300 Ashley :. i. 1000 Astoria .t 1334 Aunor . . . .. 700 Baganue ..' . 3600 Bankfleld .' . 20 Bank N.S. .. 105 Bar Bread . 600 Base Met . 80 Bathurst A . 2000 Bear Expl. 300 Beattie IS Beatty .. ... 34 Beauh. .. .. 27 Bell Tele. . 217447 Bidgood . M Big Miss. .. ISO Blue Rib. . 75 Blue Rib. P 500 Bobio .. . 30 Br s lorn e .. 1065 Brazilian -. 40 Br. Dist. . . 155 B. A. Oil ... 20 B. Ct Pow. i 2500 Brit. Do. -... 30600 Broulan . , . 1000 Brown Oil , 582 Buffalo Ank. 500 Buff. C. .. , 10 Bldg. Prod. . 190 Cal. Edm. . . 2300 Calmont .. . 25 C. Bread 1 I 150 Can. Cem.. . 40 C Malt. . 17 Can. Perm. . 122 Can. S S. ... 250 Can. S.S. p. 210 Can. W.8cC. - 75 Cdn. Bak. .. 750 Cdn. Brew. ! . '140 Cdn. Brew. p. 10 Bk. of Com.. . 735 Can. B. p. ... 130 Cdn Cs .... 180 Cdn. Cela. . 5 Cdn: Dredge 1358 C. P. R 10 Cdn. W. P. B. 200 Cariboo . ... i-1670 Cent. Pat ... 2500 Cent. . Pore. . 3400 Chesterville . 800 Chromium .. 3400 Cochenour 175 Cockshutt ... 1200 Conlarum . .. 1650 Con. Chib. . . 76 Con. Smelt. .' 3 Cons. Gas ... SO Cosmos 3200 Davies 1000 Denlson ..... 10S Dist Seag. . . 355 Dome . ..... 30 Do. Bank .... 200 Dom. F. It S 160 Dom. S. Inv. 555 Do. Steel B.. 120 Do. Stores . 35 D. Wool. . . . 15 D. Wool. P 500 Dorval . . . 7000 Duqucsne . . 1000 East Crest 1400 East Malar. 2125 Eldorado . .. 1500 Ext. Oil 600 Falcon ' . . 40 F. Farmer , 16400 Fed. Kirk. .. 200 Fern land . . . , 225 Fleet ... . 840 Ford A .. l.Ford B .. ... 500 Found. 8400 Francoeur . .-50 Gat. Pow. .. 25 Gat. P. P ... 100 G. SU. W. ... 5500 Gillies .. ... 1500 Glenora . . . 1600 God's Lk. ... 1100 Goldale .. . 500 Gold Eagle . 11600 Golden G. . . . 20 Goodyear . . . 45 Goodyear P . 500 Gr. Bousq. . 15 G L. P. Vt. I 2650 Gunnar . . 8 Gypsum 9500 Halcrow 9100 Hall! well . . 240 H. Bridge ... 50 H. Cot. P . 500 Hard R. . . . 1200 Marker .. .. 15 Hinde 155 Holllnger . . 3015 Home Oil . 1000 Homestead . 1100 Howey . . 263 H. Bay M. . 16 Hur. it. Erie. 530 Imp. Oil ... 20 Imp. Tob.. . i. nA . . . .X : luv Aiiap. sit w. High S 1314 18 214 26 16 314 1J02 1.14 214 2.25 7 . 24 305 814 23 1414 .714 IM i 514 ' Vi 166 52'4 814 9 4014 8 1014 1014 '- 614 23 2914 13 58 I 18 ' 6 JO 16 ' 2.18 1 4014 104 : 3714 145 8 2114 22 1.60 . 214 3114 175 , 12 I 1414. .-2714 2S14 .714 I nu 2.61 2.17 .1014 M .40 81k 1.72 . J4 4314 170 31 .03'i V 25 aoaib 34. 130 1514 414 3 814 ;i.7s .180 , 1 23 . . 8.00 30 8 314 9 2114 21 . 10 64 1414 86 1 1014 S'4 214 52 1914 1814 16 84 54'4 2?4 26 55 5 214 3'4 71i 38 1.13 I 614 1414 1414 M I 4 !3 D 59 I. M. 1. A , 20 I. M. I. P . 300 I. M. I. A. P 880 Int. Nickel , 830 Int. Pete-. . 100 Icland Mui. I 1000 Jelllcoe . '. 6600 J. M. Con. ., 30 Klvntr. .. .. . 2350 Kerr Add. , 2100 Kirk. Hud. . 5700 Kirk. Lake . 23 Lk. Shore . . 125 Lang ... ... 3500 Laps Cad. .. 40 L, Secord . . 42667 Lcbel ... ., 1700 Lei tch .. . . 1000 Little L. L. . 110 LoMaw A .. 265 Loblaw B .. 485 Macassa . .. 1370 McLeod .. .. 8900 Madsen .. :. 8650 Malartic . . 305 Massey H. 10 Massey H. . 20 McCoU F. 1 100 MeDoug. . 34 Mclntyre . 800 McKen. . . 1600 McVit. ... 18600 McWatt . 330 Merc. Mills 500 Min. Corp. 500 Mon. Ray. 250 Moneta . . .. 155 Moore ... .. 1000 Murphy .. 50 Nat Brew. , 25 Nat Gros. P. 14 Nat. Steel Car' 82300 Naybob 14S Noranaa .. svn Nnreold .. . 2300 NormeUl . . .-' 64 1000 Nor. Cdn. ., ( 5114 100 Nor. Star P.J 4 200 O'Brien .. . 1J3 1400 OkalU .. ., 134 . 2200 Omega .. ... ; 33 1200 Oro PlaU ... . 68 1000 PacaUa ., .. i 6 ' 35 Page-Hersey. 10814 700 Pamour .. . 1.63 34400 Partenan. ... ; 814 31133 Paymaster .. 44 3buo rerron .. ., i.o 1465 Pickle Crow . 3.SS . 200 Pioneer ..... 2.35 1200 Pa well .. .. 1.40 100 Power Corp. ; 1014 600 Prairie Roy . 20 20 Press MeUl.. 1014 8700 Preston . . .231 300 Reev. MacD . 20 500 Reno .. .... 30 3900 Roche . . . . 614 3 Royal Bank. . 183 66 Royalite .... 3514 10 Russell Ind.. 190 7100 St. Anthony. 18 looo San Antonio. 3-38 5300 Sand River., 814 7400 Senator v ' 41 500 Snawkev . . .3 500 Sheep Creek 110 69 -i!414 1614 140 '1014 113 11214 4314 2214 IJ07 13 .... I 314 . . 814 . 2.53 , 23 .121 .. 2514 '.. 16 ' ..'16 ' ..'' 11214 .. S14 .. 17214 . 305 .. 2714 2514 .. 430 .. 2.20 :. 53 .'1.44 .. i 16 P. i 84 P. " 8814 . 1 10 .. 51 ..1.29 1014 ..' 82 . 914 . IM If 7. Low 15 13 18 214 251, 16 98 11 4 214 'a .24 7 22 305 6 23 1414 714 11.09 614 54 185 44 814 8 40 , 814 .1014 101s 54 2214 2914 13 52 19 ' 8-23 314 18 818 39 104 6 3714 145 714 2114 2114 .60 214 3114 175 1114 1414 3614 2514 714 lli 2.60 - .13 .1014 .78 .40 . .65V, 8 .70 .14 4314 d70 31 29 .0514 25 25 908 . 34 ' 40 1514 414 3 814 314 614 3.70 80 25 6.00 30 6 314 814 21 21 10 50 1414 8614 1014 514 214 51 1814 1814 16 63' 4 64'4 214 26 55 6 2 3 '7 38 12 614 1414 14U 414 36 . 29 89 1414 1614 40 1014 U214 11214 4214 221, .07 13 314 81k 2.50 22 2 3714 2514 66 3214 7414 25 2414 1514 1514 1214 514 7214 3K5 12714 12514 4.20 2.18 ..50 f,42 !m5 8814 410 5014 18 10 ! 9 108 ' 1 ' '88 'i 614 12 ,;'37i4 'j25Vs ;6 -31 4 614 'J 614 1899 Sherritt 105 Simpsons A 175 Simp. B .... 15 Simp. P. ... 5150 Slscoe ...... 3200 Slsden . 3500 Slave Lake s. 150 SUn. Pav. . 169 Steel of C. . 2231 S Steep Rock . lezuu straw uik. 3W)0 Sturgeon . ,. ' 850 Sud. Basin . , 500 Sullivan ... 98 20 12 104 81 42 I 614 1.40 7814 2.99 814 20 IDS 82 53 1-28 32 M ; - 6 3814 1.80 345 234 1.38 1014 20 1014 233 20 Jo :!i' 183 ' 3514 190 17 2.36 40 1 13 1.10 88 20 12 10314 ' 80 40 1.40 7814 2.83 ri4 18 a Close 1.55 13 18 : 214 . 251 16 i 314 99 111 '! 4 329 1 22 305 614 14 7V 514 i 514 160 : 4614 81: 9 . 40 814 101, 101. 5Hj 2314 2914 13 68 19 6.25 3',! 16 2.18 39 104 614 3714 143 jr, 2114 21 1.60 214 3114 175 12 14 - 3614 . 1514 714 1H4 7.61 2.13 1014 .40 ' 8'1 1.70 .14 ," 43' 170 31 29 .0314 25 25 208 34' 1.50 1514 !s 3 : 814 314 7 6 3.75 80 25 5.00 30 8 314 814 2114 10 54 1414 861 1014 . 614 214 . 5Z 1914 1814 IB 84 54 . 2 26 55 8 2 3 1V 3S 1.12 614 1414 1414 2.7B 36 29 ' 68 1414 1614 .40 1014 11214 11214 43'., 221s 1.07 13 3'Jt 81 2.50 22 1.25 25 1514 16 1214 514 7214 3.03 . 274 251 4.20 2.18 5114 1.43 514 .54 8814 10 51 1.29 10 6014 1.00 7 88 7 2 3714 2514 - 66 31 j 7414 61, 53 6114 4 133 1.28 32 : ' 66 6 108 1.61 814 43 1.B0 3.5$ 2.35 1.38 1014 20 1014 2.26 20 30 8 183 3514 180. 18 2.38 914 41 3 1.10 98 20 12 104 90 42 1.40 7814 2 .88 . 714 20 I Si l S3 Air Forces Active On Western Front 5 O'Clock Edition Service. PARIS, April 8. CJ-Havas) The French even-. ing war statement: The day passed without incident on the front 1 There was activity by both air forces during the morning.'. 100 Sylvanlte ..I 3.10 230 Tamblyn . .. . 11 Vs 700 Teck Hughes 355 : 200 Texas 100 Toburn .... 1200 Uchl ... .. , 383 Un. Gas ... 480 Unit. Steel 2100 Upper Can. 1BV9 ventures 2.00 1.68 72 164 614 82 4.10 1?n Wilt. -Amu.. ftAO 125 Walker . ... 4214 60 Walker P. . 20 83350 War. L. 1852. 100 2500 WendigO . ... 14 802 Weston ...... 1414 1000 Whitewater . . 214 1000 Wiltsey . .. 2 50 Wpg. Elec. A 214 5T5 Wright H . 7.35 3000 Ymlr - S 100 York Knit 8 Curb. 40 Beath. .. .... 314 35 Bruck Silk . 514 35 Can. Bud. .... 6 100 Can. Vln. ... 114 200 C. Marconi . 1.35 257 Cons. Paper . . 714 10 C Pap. B. P 60 1700 Dalhousle . . 48 160 De Havil. '... . 14 6 Disher P .. . 10 25 D. Bridge .. . 3814 500 Kirk T. .. . 15 35 MU. Pow. ... 3014 500 Pend Ore. ... 1.80 190 Rogers .. .. v 314 , 60 Shwngn 2214 2200 Tern Isle. . .. 7 .100 Kalkerville . 12S Total sales 1.015.000. 3J0 nii 380 , 2 DO 1.68 (72 -: 11614 ?' 3S0 SM , 42 : '20 9914 14 1414 ! 214 I, 120 414 9 .; 314 S14 rk 12S 11 80 i 48 1314 .10 3814 15 3014 140 3 2214 7 125 3.10 1H4 3.80 2.00 1.68 72 1614 -6 82 3.80 5.80 42 20 88 14 1414 214 2 214 7.35 ; 9 314 514 6 . U'-s 135 714 60 46 1414 10 3814 13 3014 IM 3 2214 :- 7 1.25 Unlisted "Mines Supplied by Sprouls. Phillips and Co. Stocks ; Bid Asked Albany River .... .. .... 18 ; .20 Acordia ...... ............ 28 30 Athona .. ..... , 3 ! 3'4 Abbeyville 114 214 Area .......... . 3 4 Barber Larder .... .... .. 314 314 Big Master .... 2 8. Browns Cons. ............ 79 Brltt Ma la rtie 18 18 Coin Lake 614 714 Capital Rouyn ..... 1 : 114 Continental . ..... ... a , . 8 Central Manitoba .. ...... 314 414 CheminU . ..... ..... 514 6I4 Crescent Kirk ..... 3 ,314 Carsels Duval ' 20 . 22 Clerno " 7 Delnlte 1.25 130 De SanUs 21 24 Dayto-i ... ....... 3'V 414 East Lacoma ..... 3 314 Elmos . 8 7 East Rouyn t Frontier .. ..... ."....'. , 2 . ; 3 Franco Oil , s 80 85 Granada . ..... ...... 21V Hutchison Lake ..... ... 2 : 3 Hiawatha h.... .... 10 13: Hugh Pam ...... 3' "4 HaTlnor . ... ..... 725 775 Jason 63 . 65 Kelrbwe ., in... 20 23 Kenricia ... 8-8 Keva'ama ..... ......... 2 : 214 Lacoma v 414' SU Lake Dufault 24 .26 Lake Geneva 12 . Lake Rose .... ... 3 Lowery Petroleum ...... 30 35 Martin Bird 3 4 Magnet Lake . 24 26 Magnet Cons IAS 1J4 : Mosher ... . .7 8 Mooshla L ............. 4 6 McFarlane Cons. ..... ... 214 MacGrenor Pore. ......... 3 ' 4 Nat. Malartic .. 67 69 North Amer. Morn ... .. 27 31 Negus ..." 85 75 Norbeau .. 27 '; 29 O'Leary ...... ..... .,..... 3 " 4 ODemiska 3 7 Oklend ...... 7 8 Pascalia 31 33 Pelanglo . . .. 1 3 Presdor ..... ............ 414 ! 5 Proprietary . . US 1.95 Plains Petroleum 34 38 Privateer 67 70 Quebec Manitou ... ...... 14 IS Rhyollte I 114 ; 3 Red Lake O Shore ....... 214 Rand Malartic 17 IS Rose Gold, new .......... 8 ( Red Gold ... .. -. 4 . Springer ..... ..... ...... 1 ;' 814 Sheldon .... ..... ....... 3lJ 41, Shenango S 8 Wells 23. 25 Woco . 1 8 11 TJ.S. VISIBLE GRAIN. . NEW YORK, April 8. Visible supply of American grain showed the following changes from a week ago (in bushels): Wheat increased 382,000; corn decreased 143,000; oats decreased - 236,000; rye decreased 17,000, - barley : decreased 739,000. ; TWO-TEAR TERM. TORONTO, April 8. Aubrey Newman, 20-year-old slipper maker, was sentenced to Kingston Penitentiary today, for two years by Judge. Parker on conviction of a charge of possessing explosives. He admitted a previous record. Wheat Futures In Stronger Trend 3 'O'clock Edition Service. WINNIPEG, I April 8.-r(CP) Increased actjvity in European war zones halted a declining Winnipeg wheat market . today and buyers took . control after mid-session. Closing quotations were 1-8 cents higher to unchanged with May at 88 7-8,July 90, and October 91 5-8) cents. Close.V Wheat: Open' High Low Close .-. 2.2314 2.28 . . 2.22 I 2.2714 232 . . 2.18 2.2414 i 2.18 5114 5014 4814 2.2314 2.28' 52 5014 4814 2.2714 2.2414 8814 7014 7114 May ...... 8814- 881. B14 a!4 July .,;... 88I4 '9014 . 8914 80 Oct. ...... . 81lJ 8114 9114 9114 Oats T May ...... 38'4 3814 3814 3814 July ...... 3614 3714 361. 37 Oct. . 3514 3514 3414 35 Barley-May . ..... 52 52 July 604 8014 Oct.- ...... 4814. 1814 Flax-May ... July ... Oct. ... . Rye j July j 7014 7014 7014 Oct , ....... 7114 ' .. .1'' Cash Prices. Wheat No. 1 hard. 8814: No. 1 Nor, 8714: No. 2 Nor, 8514: No. 3 Nor, 834: No. 4 Nor., 8014: No 5 wheat 7714: No. 8 wheat, 7214: ieed, 6814: No. 1 Garnet. 8214- No. 2 Garnet 81 ',4: No. 1 Durum. 8314: No. 4 special. 8014: No. 8 special, 72"t; No. 6 special. 7014: track. 8814. screenings, 84 .25. Oats-No. 2 C.W, 3714: No. ex. 3 C.W, 3614; No. 3 C.W, 36; ex. 1 feed. 3414: No. 2 feed. 34,4: No. feed, 3214; V o. 3 feed. 2914: track, 3714. . , , Barley No. 1 feed, 4914: No. t feed. 4814: No. 3 leed, 4714: track. 82. Flax-No FC.W, 2.27; No. C.W. 2.25; No. 3 C.W 2.18; No. 4 C.W, 2.03; track. 2.2614. Rye No. 2 C.W, 6914. Chicago Close Lower. . CHICAGO. I April The im proved wheat belt moisture situation continued to disturb the grain market today but after fluctuating nervously most of the session prices steadied at the close near Saturday's finishing levels. Wheat closed ,4 lower to 14 higher. May 1.0414, July 1.03-1.0314: . corn 14 off to 14 up. May 6714. July 5814; oats 14- higher. ... . . . upen mgn tjom Wheat-May July .... Sept. .".i.. Corn-May . July. ........ Sept. i . ; Oats-May 1 July Sept. Soy Beans- May July .. '.. Oct. ..... Rye-May ..... July ..... Sept. ..... Lard-May ..... July ..... Sept .... Oct. ...... Bellies-: May ..... July 1.0314 10414 18314 1JH14 1.03. 1.0314 1.0214 1.0314 IM VI .0314 10214 IM 6614 : 6814 5914 ' 4014 . 3614 3214 574 6614 574 5814 58 . 5814 5914 . 69 5914 41 404 ' 41 364 3814 .3614 3314 3214 33 1.0714 l.07t4 10614 S1 1.0414 1.0414 1.04 1.04 9214 92V, 8214' 82V, 6514 85'4 -' 8514 854 6614 6714 6614 67 6714 8814 8614 8714 8.82 5.85 -5.80 , 832 . 6.02 8.07 : 8.00 . 8.02 6.25 . 6.27 8J0 8.22 '- 6.35 6.33 ' 6J0 6 JO ..Hi t2i 5.42 B.47-6.00 Cash wheat No. 2 hard 1.08: corn No. 1 mixed 6614;' oats No. 3 mixed 41: Barley, malting. 53-84 nom.: soy beans No. 4 yellow 1.0414. Minnes polls Wheat : MINNEAPOLIS. April 8.-7 Wheat cash: No. 1 heavy dark northern 1.0314-1.0414; No. 2 red Durum. 8814. Military Court Probes Disturbance S O'clock Edition Service. CALGARY, April S, CP5 . A military court of inquiry was eonvened at the armories here today to Investigate a disturbance In Calgary's east '. end, Sunday, In which nunj- . ber of soldiers and -civilians ; were Involved. ' ' Australian Stevedores Call Off Strike SYDNEY, Australia, April 8. Loading of stores for the Australian Imperial Force in the Middle East was resumed here today as a stevedores' strike" was called off. Strongly condemning the stevedores for refusing to )oad the stores earlier, prime Minister R. G. Menzieg said "such strikes indicate, a failure to realize that we are at War".. ..;..'.".'. i MONTREAL METALS. MONTREAL, K April 8. Spot: Copper, electrolytic, 12.75; tin, 55.80; lead, 5.50; zinc, 5.65; antimony, 15.25; per 100 pounds f.o.b. Montreal, five-ton lots. Dynamite Blast Rocks Toronto Italian Quarter TORONTO, Apri 8. KB The second mysterious dynamite explosion in five weeks rocked the . Italian quarter of Toronto today, breaking 'seven store windows and terrorizing the district. ! Police believe that the approach of a passer-by caused a group of men to drop the dynamite bomb on the pavement, when It caused a violent blast Part of the curb' was ripped ott. - i '. The bomb was dropped opposite the store of Louis Puccini, who said he had received -threatening letters and a telephone call demanding payment of $3,000 about four years ago. He turned the letters over to police at the time. The store is only two doors from the home of Tony Mattachione, where, the first explosion caused; damage five weeks ago. : Patients were aroused in the Toronto General Hospital, a short distance away, and at the nearby Hospital For Sick Children. Demonstration Over Minister s Words i LONDON, April 8. Kfi Police ' were called to control a demon- efrn r lsn V a f 4h - Mlw last ihmvii a. a v v. MIV ,. aV8IA4 U .f VIA. Supply today. OfflciaU expressed belief the demonstration was to protest Minister Leslie Burgin's statement. Saturday that 'demand exceeds the supply of skilled building tradesmen. ! The DarticiDantc for the most part were unemployed bricklayers, carpenters, plasterers, painters and plumbers. W. Smart, on of the 1 leaders, estimated that , . 20,000 skilled workmen are unemployed and said, "We were determined to put our case forward and, although we are not yet satisfied, it has been promised that-iLwe submit a mem orandum the minister will go into our case and' reply to our points.'. inis was utter connrmea oy a Ministry statement. . Dollar and Pound At New York 8 O'clock Editloa Service. 1 NEW YORK, April 8 CP) The Canadian dollar lost i of a cent, to a discount of 18V cents! United States funds, in afternoon foreign exchange dealings today. (Ottawa Foreign Exchange Control Board rate 9.09-9.91 percent. UiBVUVUIkf illC lUUIIU . s1K4aUl, was quotecTat ,35, 3 of cent lower than Saturday's level. The French franc lost .014 of a cent to 2.01H cents. ; . Heavy Explosions Hit Detroit Traffic , 8 O'clock EdIUoa fenrlee. DETROIT, April 8. A series, of heavy explosions in tunnels carrying electric: cables today paralyzed traffic at. Woodward avenue and Clifford street, la the heart' Of the downtown shopping section. One fireman was slightly burned. -. i ,V The., biasts, apparently caused by gas which accumulated in the tunnels' under Woodward avenue, ' blew - off a number of manhole covers. Police halted all traffic on the avenue for an hour. WEST HAM UNITED WINS. LONDON. April 8- F West, Ham United stretched its lead la South "C English Regional Soccer Croup, today by defeating Arsenal, 2-1. The United has a -five-point margin over Mill wall. defeated 4-3 at Newcross ey ports-mouth. ' WE RECOMMEND CANADIAN INVESTMENT FUND Special shares BOARD OF i DIRECTORS: Hon. C. C. Ballanfyne, Chairman, Member of Canadian Senate. C. T. Ballantyne, Esq., Member, Meredith, Holden He ward & Holden Barrutert and Solicitors. Sir Edward Beatty, O.B.E K.C., Chairman, Canadian Pacific -, Railway Company. " Norman J. Dawet, Esq., ' President, National Breweries Ltd. 1 Hon. C. A. Dunnino, Director and Vice-President, Ogilvie Flour Mill Co., LtiL, ' '...-Arthur B. Purvit, Esq., ' President, Canadian Industries, Ltd, Hon, L. A. Taschereau, K.C Barrister, Former Prime Minister of Quebec Canadian Investment Fund offers through its Board of Directors 'and management regular Income unexcelled management-end the opportunity .to share substantially in the Increase ln equity values. Price 4.40 per share. V1 '. .. . 'v ' V .- ' r .... V ' 1 . .-'' ' . Full particulars on request. H.C.MONK a COMPANY O0VSRNMCNT, HUNICIPAL 4V CORPORATION BONOS Cwv aWsyi, I rs SmtrrAm Sfrf 2-9114 t-MIS I-M18

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