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1 EIGHT THE EVENING CITIZEN, OTTAWA, CANADA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1933. Citizen Phones: Qaeeu 5500. EVENING CITIZEN 5 O'CLOCK EDITION- RACES-MARKETS-LOCAL AND WORLD NEWS! John R. Stanley Is U. S. Dollar Drops Dead At 91 Years On Foreign Marts STOCKS I T ' " Pound Sterling Gains Over 10 Cents in Terms American Currency. of One of City's Ohltiruers Born Here When It Was Bytown. Funeral Tuesday. John Robert Stanley, pioneer resident of the Capital, died this morning at his residence, 114 Sher-brooke avenue, at the advanced age of 91 years. Mr. Stanley was a son of the late John R. Stanley, who came to Bytown from England move to further depreciate the about 1824. He was ill only a short ': American monetary unit at 7 716 cents, an improvement ol Wall Street Closing Is Around Top Levels Race Results i 1 to 4 s;corid; Flighty Anna. 10! (Por-I ten. 4 to 5, third. Time. 1 4J 3-5. Siveet Scent. Strait Jacket, Eurytlu. ; and How High aUo ran. NEW YORK, Oct. Zi leaair.g MetaU were conspicuously strong. currencies registered sharp gains in terms of United States dollars on foreign exchange markets here today. Dealers attributed the advances to the fact traders abroad apparently interpreted President Roosevelt's gold control plan as a NEW YORK. Oct. 23 Aiter an early buying ruth nad carried stocks 1 to more than 5 DOlnts higher, the list quietly backed and ailed but held to.lea i Murylanc, lurlonas: HaDov First race. fcxJu. maiden colts and ; London-Paris Priee peiainjs. z-year-oios, a.t lurlongj: ! Brown Jack. 115. Mills. M6o. fj. -i $3 40. won; Knight of Old, lis, J. Ben- : Ick. S15.20, n 40. second; Black falcon, j 115. Sage. $4 60. third. Tim 107 4-5, Desert Sands. Dress Circle Trover. By I Shy. aKlnlght. landmark, xCousin I George and bmoke also ran. x-Fie;d. Second race, sew, claiming, all age. Homestaks was up 20 point while U.S Smelting rose 12. Shares up around 2 to 5 or more Included C S. Steel. American Telephone. Dupont, Allied j miso ran unrmicai, pauouai t,ii.iiici, . u- diwtrlal Alcohol and Case. Transfers approximated 2,000.000 shares. Anne, 110, Baiaski, $7.00, 14 20, $2 80. won. Candescent, 100, Tipton, $3 40, $2.80, second; Steel, 103, Fallow. $500, third. Time 1.14 1-5. Happy Lope Bally Boy, Bread Crumb and Bock Sun I For New U. S. Gold? WASHINGTON, Oct. 23.-President Roosevelt expects to make the first purchase of new gold by the government almost immediately under his new monetary plan and the probabilities are prices offered will be the London-Paris market prices. It is believed here In official quar- Race Entries time. The funeral will be held on Tuesday. Mr. Stanley was born in Bytown, in a two and a half storey white frame building known as the old Carleton hotel that stood for many years on the south side of Wellington street between Bank and Kent streets. The building was there until the American Bank Note Company building was erected. The late Mr. Stanley's father owned the building and ran a hotel for a number of years. The late Mr. Stanley's father was one of those who contributed heavily towards the erection of the original Christ church. Mr. Stanley had many recollections of the early days of Ottawa. He remembered as a small boy see ing farmers coming in from Nepean to Christ church in ox carts, six or eight persons to a cart, and how some of these farmers used to come to church in summer attired only in white shirts, trousers and a belt, the latter generally o some colored ma terial. Mr. Stanley also had recol lections of Wellington street dating as far back as the year 1850 and of James Doran, the old soldier who owned the famous Doran Hotel, where the Mortimer Company building is now situated. His wife predeceased him in December last year. Surviving is an adopted daughter, Miss Ida Stanley, of Ottawa, and the following nieces and nephews, Mrs. A. Simpkins, of St. Paul, Minn.; Mrs. Albert Stanley, Metcalfe; Mrs, Robert Walsh. Metcalfe; Mrs. Frank Tanner, Vars, Mrs. William Brunton, and Mrs. George Stanley, of Ottawa; William Mossop, Cotton, Ont.; Richard B. Stanley, Greely; John Morrison Osgood Station, and Charles C. Morrison, of Ottawa. The funeral will take place from his late residence tomorrow afternoon to St. Matthias Anglican church where the service will be conducted at 2 o'clock. Interment will be in Beechwood cemetery. The service will be conducted by Rev. W. A, E. Butler. 13 16 of one per cent compared to Saturday's closing quotation. American premium against Dominion funds dropped to slightly under three per cent. Pound sterling siared 10 cents to $4.62 Vi. It recorded most of its gain at the start and thereafter held within a fairly narrow range French gold francs gained Ills points at the start to 1.61 cents, moved up two points further in late dealings, and then slipped back to close at 5.61 cents. Dutch guilders, Swiss francs and Belgian belgas were relatively strong, as were German marks and the Scandinavian currencies. I NEW YOKK STOCK EXCHANGE. SuoDlled to The Cit.7.en by Mc- , Doueail and Cowans, 14 Metcalfe at j Open .. , lr.3 AMDUril , Atr Reduction 95 A!aka Juneau 24 Allied Chemical 12 Severed Phone Wires Interrupt Broadcast Canadian Press Despatch. AIlls Chalmers 14 A. M Bvers 19 Amer. Bank Note 11 Adams Express 7 American Can. Co 87 . Amer. & Foreign Power 8 Amer. Locomotive . 22', a Amer. Machine 14 Amer. Power & Llsht .... 7 American Radiator 13 American Smelting 35 American Tel. & Tel 114 American Waterworks ... 20 Anaconda Copper 12 Atchison Rly 50 Baldwin Locomotive 10 Baltimore & Ohio 21 Barnsdall Corp MONTREAL, Oct. 23.-Telephone i com. Product. wurn i.aii,yuiK wiua Oi biucini sneakers in the Dominion by-election campaign in the Quebec con stituency of Yamaska for broadcast by a Montreal radio station were deliberately cut, according to a report by the Bell Telephone Company to the radio station today. Hon. Ernest Lapointe, former Minister of Justice, and Hon. Alfred Duranlcau, minister of marine, were addressing electors at St. Francois du Lac last night when the broadcast was interrupted. An investigation by the telephone company resulted in a statement the telephone wires were cut by some unknown persons "with malicious intent." The wires were severed near Sorel. Police have been asked to investigate. The wires were repaired today. in. 27 7 21 . 61 24 12 40 47 12!, 30-,, 2 4.1 61 78 34 Dupont 72 Bendix Bethlehem Steel Brlg'-s Body Borden Dairy Case Threshing Canada Dry Ginger Ale Ctnaclan Pacific ..... Chrysler Columbia Carbon Columbia Gas Commercial Solvents .. Com, & Southern ..... Consolidated Gas Continental Can Eastman Kodaks 69 Electric Auto Lite 13 Electric Power and Light. 6 Erie Ry 13 Freeport Texas 41 Oeneral Electric , 18' ', General Foods 33 General Motors 28 General Railway Signals.. 29 Gillette " 10 Gold Dust , 17 Goodrich 10 GRAIN MINING STANDARD MINING EXCHANGE. Supplted to The Citizen by J. T tticnaros ana co tales Storks 2500 Amity ..... 160 Arno ,, 300 Area 1000 Aldermac .. 4000 AI"oma Jnoo Bralome 8000 Buffalo Can. 11409 Bear Expl. . 30-10 Base Mctala 8000 Barry Hoi. . 12.100 Big Miss. ... 8500 Brownlee ... 6500 Brrtt 3200 Boblo Isooo Bunker Hill , 1200 Castle 45 , Well . .04 . .20 . .01 .10.70 . .08 . .80 . 1.70 . .11 . .30 , .02 , .15 . .19 .07 Low .03 .04 .04 .20 .01 8.75 Close .03 .04 .04 .20 .01 10 10 .07 .07 .7,1 .80 1.60 1.65 .04 '4 4 25 .83 .01 .54 .16 ,02'i 36 51 3 15 3 24 11 4000 Chlb. Pros aooo Can. Kirk. . 625 Coast Copper 220 Contaurum . 4K)0 Csp. Rouyn 13000 Cent. Pat. .. 6000 Cent. Man. . 4000 Clerlcy 5CO0 Dome 3100 Eldorado 1600 Falconhrldga 2100 Ooldale . .. JI0O Ooodnsh 17 4ri0 Granada 61 1000 Orah Bouxq. . .01 1 Sno IMllnger ... 4100 Howey 1"0 Hudson Bay 100 Hud. Kirk. . 4?nn Int. Nlrkel . esno Jack. Man. . 4100 Kirk, take . eunn Kirk Town. 1000 Kcelev 6.'iM Lee 6H10 Lake Maron 2i'A Like Rhore , 2iVK) Mr-Watters 10 .29 .02 .14 .18 .07 .41 .04 .07 3 45 .80 .00 .48' .15 01 ..10 25 .. 1 10 .. (25 .. .50 ..18 85 . . .03 ., .3!) .. .27 . . .52 .. .16 .. .14 ..48 00 46 33 55 300 305 .11 .16 .57 .01" B.75 1 05 8 SO .50 17 80 11 .30 .02 .15 .10 .07 .43 .04 .08 345 .83 .00 .54 .16 01 1600 Ci,n Mslartlc. .49 SliOO Mclntvre 3IW0 McMillan .. 1350 Mm. Corp. lr.no Mn'rohli ... ViO Van. Basin 1W0 Maces.sa ... KM Mcl.eod .. . . 500 Murphv ... . I.iooi Moffatt Hall 2"',0 Nlnlvlng .. 209 Newbee Joco Norsndu ... 100 Pend Ore . 3fo Premier ,. . 56HI Pioneer . . 1?000 Parkhlll ... 2rr,i a'matr . , ison Ri-nd Authier 2oo n-nn , . 4500 Ritchie , "rm Riliaw 6100 SI. An'hnnv 2no Bin Antonio jn finer Gordon 8"oo fl'adacona . ., 6000 Si-d. Mines , S"00 Bud. Basin ., 3noi fltwoe SK S'lvnnlle .... J701 Towatmsc .. 1fl Tredwell , , 4"on Teck Hushes S'lOft Vlpond 3'ion Ventures ... Jwf wr. Har. ... 610 Willie Ark, . 4000 Wiluev ... , , loco Wayside .42.00 .30 1.75 .02 .01 .98 .01 .01 .07 235 .0?i: .,33 50 . . .75 .. 105 ..11.15 .. .30 .27 , .33 .80 .01 Oil. .30 1 35 , .06 .13 01 1 06 1 45 1 11 42 1 on . 15 53 78 10 1 70 .17 6 .03 .36 .26 .52 .13 .11 4575 .43 45 36 75 .28 165 .02 .01 .90 .01 ."14 .02 2 20 2 35 .02 .02 32 01 33 io 35.50 305 324 .11 .17 .61 i 01 1020 1 06 800 .50 18 50 , .03 .36 .27 .53 .16 .14 48 00 .46 .48 40 50 .29 1 65 .02 ,01 .95 .01 .01 Winnipeg Grain Close WINNIPEG, Oct. 23 Given encouragement by the Washington pronouncement that United States would enter the market for purchase of gold, wheat prices started the week auspiciously on the Grain Exchange today and closed with net gains of 3 to 2. In the closing stages trade quickened and a little profit-taking sliced the gain fractionally In the May future, but the nearer option atood up well, and ended only a little below peak levels. Speculative Interest was high and buying from this source was supplemented by export sales estimated at 600.000 bushels. October and November wheat both closed at 64, Decem ber at 64aa and May future at 68 cents. Operations were active throughout the session. Offerings, however, were extremely light In the main and top levels were held without difficulty. A little selling was noticeable on the bulge, but It had only a small effect. Export interests reported all wheat offered over the week-end was taken by foreign buyers. Commission houses were noticeable purchasers, and scattered buying ordera from milling Interests entered the pit. Southern houses purchased substantially In the December option. Chicago prices led the way to higher levels and a Brm tone at Liverpool aided the advance. The English mar-ket ended 1-Id higher, Buenos Aires prices were also strong. Cash grains trading was dormant. A little buying In oats for domestic account and outside purchasing ln barley featured coarse grain, operations Aside from this, trading In these commodities was rather routine, though 28 7 20 10 35 17 1 1 7 10 46 10 17 27 Ltbby-Owen 27 Goodyear Tire Granby Copper Houston Oil Hudson Motors International Harvester International Nickel ... Inter Paper "B" Inter. Paper "C" Inter. Paper Pfd. , Inter. Tel. and Tel Johns Manvllle Kelvlnator Kennecott Copper Loews Inc. McKeesport Tin Plate Mclntyre Pore Montgomery Ward Nash Motors Noranda National Biscuit National Cash Register , National Dairy Products National Power is Light New Haven R.R New York Central ...... Northern American Pacific Gas & Electric ,. Packard Motors 69',: 38 17 17 31 41 13 14 11 15 29 17 20 3 Pennsylvania By 23 Public Service of N.J. Pullman Radio Biildlo Keith Sears Roebuck Southern Calif. Edison .. Standard Brands Standard Oil of Calif Socony , , Standard Oil of N.J Stewart Warner Studebaker Standard Gas fe Electric . Eexas Co Texas Gulf Tlmkln Roller Bearing .. United Aircraft United Corporation United Gas Improvement. U.S. Alcohol U S. Rubber Union Carbide Union Pacific U.S. 8teel Vanadium Steel Warner Bros. Picture ... Westlnghouse Electric ... Woolworth Yellow Cab 39 43 6 2 35 18 22 37 10 39 5 4", 9 22 35 22 27 6 16 59 13 38 100 37 15 6 32 36 4 Close 36 95 23 128 14 19 11 6 88 7 23 14 7 12 36 113 19 12?. 4a 10 21 ; 11 26 7 22-2 59 24 12 3S 47 12 3U 2 41 61 78 34 72 73 13 6 13 40 18 33 26 30 11 17 11 27 8 20 10 35 18 1 1 8 10 46 11 18 23 27 71 39 17 17 31 42 13 14 10 15 291, 17 19 3 24 38 44 6 2 35 17 21 37 10 39 5 4 9 23 34 24 27 5 16 56 12 37 105 36 15 6 31 36 2 4 Third race. $1,000. claiming sUeple-: ters a transaction of this sort will chase. 4-year-olds and up. about two ; xo free the United States dol-mlles Bagatelle 143 IW. Hunt) $7.00, ,. fmm tho enntrnl nf th Tinrion-$3.00. $2 60, won: stlverskm 136 (Mc. ! lar from the control oi tne Lonaon-Kinneyi $2 60. $2 20. second; Beret 133 j Paris banks and the European spec-(Coinnsi $2 60, third. Time 3.58 4-5 i ulator1?. It Is expected that this will .Ztr Pegg,ie lollowd by first, a cheapening Fourth race. $800. claiming. 4-year- of the dollar in terms of pounds olds and up. 6 furlongs: Ladino. 115. land francs and. secondly, an in-MS: i inJhL !Price of gold .end; General Lejeune. 115, Bejshak. because tne a, oi ou.uuu uuims i$2 60, third. Time 1.13 3-. poners which have been shipped out weekly uream. some nnignt. rei.xe. war Min- hitherto, principally to London, Uter and War Saint also ran. ,' ( iUl TT,t et Fifth race, $800, the Gienwood , should remain m the. United States. purse, 3-year-olds and up, 1 1-16 cities: ' - Chas Me, 115, Humphries. $5.40, (360, $2.80, won; White Clover II, 108, Couccl. $4 00, $3.00. second; Don Pedro, 108. Munden. $4 20. third. Time 1.45 3-5. Jimmy Sutro. Rapscallion, Dark Hope and Flagstone also ran. BONDS First LATONIA. race, $600, claiming, the DOMINION OF CANADA. Tax Exempt Issues Bid Asked Yield Danseuse, 2-year-olds, Allies, 6 furlongs: 5 X Nov. 1933 100.00 100.25 Shaker Maid. 113. S. Benlck. $8,60, $5 80, $3.40. won; Miss Gobi, 113, Lewis, $9.s0, $880. second; Jane Foster, 113, Fln-nerty, $13 80. third. Time 1.17 2-5. xMLs Curtice, Donna Wood, Donna Bettina, Garb. Lynvete. Chardle, Kentucky Helen. xBt.que Doll and xSweet Tajk also ran. xFleid. Second race. $600. claiming, 3-year-o'ds end up, six furlones Cera Domus 87 (Ruder) $23.40, $8,60. $4.80, won; Glamorous 102 I South) $7.00. $3.80. second; Jimmy Moran 111 (C. E. Allen) i nn thlrri Time 1 ifi Helen Green. Bonril View', Cloldo, Bonnie Marita and 1 Nov 48-58 Blithe also ran. Third race, claiming. $600. 2-year-olds, six furlones: Grey Sash, 105 (S. Rcnickl. J7.80. $4 00, $3,60, won; Go Forth. 110 (Finnerty), $3.40. $3,60, second; xLlttle Bubbles, 112 iSeabo). $6.60, third. Time. 1.15 3-5. xFawn Leap. Atmosphere, Old Lady. Cooley, Whiskora. Devilish, xRegls Play. Legality and Yankee Waters also ran. x Field. Fourth race, $600. claiming, 3-year-olds and up, six furlongs: Earl Baker, 109 (H. W. Flsherl, $24.20, $8.80, $5,20, won; Essential, 109 (J. Smith), $3.80, $3.00, second; Bill Lutz. 109 (H. L. Fisher), $4.40. third. Time. 1.15 3-5. All Forlorn, Baggase Miss, Heavy Sugar and Oakhurst also ran. Fifth race, purse 600. clalmln, 3-year-olds and up. 1 1-16 miles Fiylng Cadet, 100 (Dver) 6 20. 3.40, 2.40, won; Mighty Atom, 105 (Lewis) 4.20, 2.40. second; Plumage. 107 (McDermott) 2,40, third. Time 1.48 2-5. Sis Esther, Easy. Loyal Louie, Bob Dozer also ran. EMPIRE CITV. First race. $600. claiming, 3-year-olds and up. mile and seventy yards Ma-chllla 105 (Pichon) 6 to 1, 5 to 2, 6 to 5, won; Drusus 112 (H. Elston) 2 to 1, 1 to I, second; Fair Crest 105 (Sullivan) 6 to 5. third. Time 1.45 2-5. My Kentucky. Gracias, Thoughts, Sunny Tom. Device. Chipper, Presage and Canteret also ran. Second race, purse $600, claiming, fillies, 2-year-olds, 5 furlongs Croon. Ill (E. Kummer) 16-5, 6-5. 3-5. won; Stretch Call, 105 (Loomisj 7-5, 7-10, second; Paper Profits, 100 (Porter) 6-5, third. Time 1.07. Airy Hope, Happy Sue. Calycanthus, Hawk Moth. Nour-rlce, Interruption, Mlxeda. Party and Salve also ran. Third race. $600. claiming. 3-year-olds and up, about six furlongs Orphean 110 (Thurber) 6 to 5. 2 to 5. 1 to 5, won; Spring Fever 111 (Sullivan 7 to 5, 3 to 5, second; Cha:n 107 (Rose) 4 to 1. third. Time 1.10. Ondale. Oral, Buzzin Around. Black Tyrone. Mareve and Morocen also ran. Fourth race, $600. claiming, 3-year-olds and up, mile and 70 yards: Help Me. 105 (Thurber) 4 fc 1. 7 to 5, 7 to 10 won: Euxtne, 106 (Pascuma), 1 to 2, 5 I Mar. 1937 107.75 109,00 ... 5 1 Dec. 1937 ...... 108.50 109.00 3.14 Taxable Issues 5 1 Nov. 1934 101.50 102.00 3 50 4 15 Oct. 1935 100.00 100.50 3 74 4 1 Sept. 1940 100.75 101.50 3.25 5 15 Oct. 1943 103.50 104.25 4.47 4 15 Oct. 1944 100.00 100.75 4.41 4 1 Feb. 1946 100.00 1007 5 4.42 4 15 Oct. 1952 94.50 95.25 4 33 4 1 Oct. 1960 94.75 95.75 4.26 1931 Conversion Issues 4 1 Nov. 46-56 99.50 100.25 4 48 4 1 NOV 47-57 99.50 100.25 4,43 99.50 100.25 4,52 4 1 Nov. 49-59 100.50 101.25 4.52 19.11 National Service l oan 5 15 Nov. 1935 102.50 103,25 3.86 5 15 Nov. 1941 103.00 103.75 4.44 Dominion of Canada Guaranteed C.N R 4 1951 101.65 102.25 4 32 C N R. 4 1954 99.50 100.25 4.48 1956 101.65 102.25 4.34 1957 99.50 100.25 4.48 1968 100.50 101.25 4.42 1955 103.25 104.25 4.45 1954 103.75 104.50 4.66 1969 106.50 107.25 4.59 1970 106 50 107 55 4 5Q C.N. (W.I.I S3 5 1955 106.00 107.00 4.45 Mti. Jiar. uam, 5 1969. 107.25 108.25 4.54 CNR. 4 CNR. 4 CN R. 4 CN.R. 4 CNR. 5 C N R. 5 C N R. 5 CORPORATION BONDS. FurnUtiid by Royal S.curltla. Corp, 56 Sparks street. OtUaa Aoitioi 33, lyaa 22 Acad. Sugar 6's, 1946 82 Selling Disappears From Montreal Board MONTREAL, Oct. 23. A large proportion of the losses Incurred during last week's sharp slump was erased !!?;." JH"11 "Sill "ZlZZl market, with the"eaderr8howlng Theavy advances, selling pressure almost com than six cents. Price, were greatly Influenced by the action of wheat ru turea. WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE. Supplied to The Citizen by J. T Richards and Co. Net Open High low Close Chte 67 69 66 68 2 62 65 62, 64 3 62 ' 65 621', 64 3 100 All.. Pac. 101 A!ax "1 A'm 701 Chem, Res. JfC1 Culrnonl ... 211 nirtoiisi ., S5,1 Rovallt ... linfl Oil Brier, . 11 Home Oil , VH rist Crest . 1601 Nordon .... 300 AMI". 0 Oil Htorkv IS . 1 14 . 16 . 164 . .10 40 ,13 01 . "6 . I? . .""I . .1 . .18 .75 1 00 8 11 .35 .25 .2 .73 .01 0' 77 1 ?8 m .12 01 1 00 1 41 1 17 1 00 S65 47 74 T 50 1 '0 .15 .42 .11 111 .'4 11 .11 35 13"" .041; 1 111 .'. .11 .16 .75 1 04 10.15 .38 .26 .32 .78 .01 .01 ,27 1 32 .15 .13 .01 1 05 1 0 171 18 1 00 5 "5 ,2 76 () 1 10 .15 ,43 ,1S 1 4 15 165 ,11 40 13 11 ,04 1,12 .56 ,11 ,16 Wheat-May Oct Dec Oats May Oct Dec Rye-May , ... Oct Dec. ..... Rarley May Oct Dec Flax Mnv ....143 Oct 136 Dec 1 37 34 30 31 46 41 42 38 33 34 35 31 32 48 43 44 39 35 36 34 30 31 46 41 42 37 34 34 34 31 31 48 43 43 30 34 36 1 1 1 3", 3 3 1 53 144 1 45 142 151 1 30 1 42 1.37 1,43 2'i 2!i 414 411'i U Cliieafio Grain Clone CHICAGO. Oct, 23 President Roosevelt's address made wheat prices go oaring today reaching a point 19 cents hove last week s low. the bottommost point this season. An outstanding feature of today's trade was notable scarcity of wheat offerings. Aside from the president's announcement of a policy of higher prices for farm products, much notice was also taken of his free gold market plan, which leading experts here construed a' likelv to accomplish In a gradual manner the same effects aa a revaluation of the dollar. Cash Prlres. Wheat. No. 2. hard (weevllyi 82: new corn. No. 3, yellow, 4U-42: No. 3 white. 41; No. 4. mixed, 38; old corn, No. i. mixed, 43-; No. 1. yellow, 45; No, 2, yellow, 43-45; No. I while, 44; No, 2. white, 43-43; oats No. 2, white, 36-36; No, 3. white, 34. 35 ; no rve; harlev. 40-68: timothy seed. 575-6 25 cwt.; clover seed, $9 50-12 00 twt. CIlicAfllTTt TI KES, Supplied to The Citizen by E. A pletely disappeared from the market giving place to increased buying support caused by the bullish construction traders placed on the president Roosevelt speech of last night and the probability of renewed economic relations between United State, and Russia. International Nickel led the list ln activity and strength, followed closely by Consolidated Smelters, tile liquor Is sue, and a lew others. Nickel rose 1.40 at 18 40 while Smelters, after advancing to 116, eased off to 114 where it was noiding a gain 01 s points Alcohol "A" gained 1 and "B" Montreal Power rose 1 and National Breweries 1 while Canadian Pacific was higher and Brazilian higher. MONTREAL STOCK EXCHANGE. Bupplled to The Citizen by McDou- gall and Cowans, 14 Metcaire Ht 200 Bulolo 50 Base Met . . 2500 Don Rouyn 3E0 Late Shore 700 Macasfa 1505 Noranda 4525 Slacoe 3000 Sullivan 50 Teck-Hugh , 700 Ventures 100 Vipond 270 Wright Har 4600 Wayside .... Unlisted: 4425 Brew Dlst 169 Brew Corp . . 135 Brew Corp P 25 Ford A . . . 100 Loblaw A Unlisted Oils: 3000 Walnwv.l Unlisted mines 500 Howey G 19 50 19 50 19 50 . 1.15 1 r 1 - . .01 .01 .01 48.. 4V 4 . .98 M -.1 32.50 32 00 32.00 , 1.45 1.40 l.2 , .18 .18 .17 , 6,00 6.00 6 00 , .77 .78 .77 .45 .45 .45 7.55 7.50 7 55 ,. .46 .43 .46 . 1 20 1.00 1 00 . 2.25 2 25 2 25 .. 27 27 27 .. 4 4 4 .. 11 11 11 ..2.00 2.00 2.00 .. 10 10 10 .. 14 14 14 . .45 .45 K .45 .02 .026 .02 100 Hudson Bay 4450 Normont .. 3600 Parkhtll ... 500 San Ant . , . 150 Sherr Gor 1900 Stnrta N . Total sale.: Total aim res 8.825. mine. 18.100, unlisted, 20,651; total. 48,576. 1.11 875 .50 .38 1 33 M .12 111 111 875 8.75 .49 .50 .36 .38 1.33 1.33 M Ml .12 .12 piene and Cu, Wheal Open HIrIi t.nw Cliwe Mav 88 69", 67 en July .,, 86 87 85 87 Dec 83 86 84 86 Corn i May 53 32 50 52' July 53 35 S', Ml Dec 43 46 44 43 Oli( Mcv , 37 38 38 38 July 34 35 34 3.1 Dec ,. 31 35 34 33 Total sle-8HlO0O, Copper. 7 to 7: allver, 37, riaeing Setlleri tin Furim Sine Orlohrr 1. 1930, total of 101,-IflV persons hat been aettlrd un farms or given farm emnlovment under the "nire. of the Dominion D'nurtmecit of tmnimrtlon nd h two gre-.t Irimnniiatinn enintvtltle.. report irfl hv the drmrtmrnt Indies'". t, ,. ... . F'Tillle. numbered 12.128. Involving l , College Of ( Fr!!lllltft il ncoKiris; nin-l mm plac.d In farm . .. . , , , The- .-ft lenient. Involved no flnan- Thf flrn mfptng o the MtMn o( mi .wlslence flnt In th 16 month .. ru.,nrfi r.,,11,.. fi'rlod between Jiin 1, 1933. und Kent otuwa toiler. Canadian CollCfe Of 30 1933. .11 .ddHlnml tola! of 13.5V0 j Orgftnlit., Will held 111 the bnniiiet te wms, involving 2 327 families, 1 room ot Stewurton United ehllKh, settled, wl'h flnnrtrial .i.incf. c- .hnirmnn Dr J W R-nivW e. rdlnc ta Donlnlon. provincial ireH i Jl811 , . . ts.nrt.rr. menu, m land under th riief tui. r.K.c.u, pri'siflro ana presented a merit nian. Sales High Low Close 197 Belt Tele 107 107 107 415 B C Packers .. 2 2 2 1472 Brazilian 12 12 12 251 B C Power A .. 23 23 23 266 Bruck Silk 17 l. 17 2lH)Cin Celanese ,.22 22 22 5 Can Cel Prd ... 102 102 102 150 Can Cement ... 5 5 5 5 Can Cem Pfd ... 28 28 28 165 Can 8 S 1 I 1 MS Can Car 3 4 5 150 Carl Car Pfd ... 13 12 12 2680 Can lnd Alco .. 13 12 12 1176 Can I A B .... 11 10", 11 620 C P R 12 12 12 135 Corkshutt 6 6 6 6i)J Con Smelters .. 116 109 115 5IMI Dom Bridge .... 25 24 23 10 Dom Gla .... 8U 80 80 7;'0 Hum C B .... 2 2 2 45 Dom Textile ... (3 63 63 1240 Drvden 4 4 4 811 Gen Steel Wrs. 2 2 2 61) Ovpaum 3 3 3 45 H Smith Pfd .. 32 32 32 2710 lilt Nickel ,,,,.,19 00 17 75 18 40 350 Massev-H 4 4 4 3H0 McColl Fr 10 10 10 1941 Mont Power .... 34 32 34 200110 Mt Pow Debs .. 44 44 44 12 Mont Tel ...... 45 45 45 10 Mont Tram .... 105 105 105 11110 Nit Brew 25 23 23 61 Nat Sleel Car .. 8 8 8 140 Oisllvle 191 190 191 10 CWIvie Pid .... 120 120 120 139 Powir Corp .... 6 6 6 65 iie Power .... 14 13 14 300 m L Corp 2 2 2 32(1 St I. C A Ptd .. 4 4 4 615 hawlnlcan .... 16 16 16 10 Simon Sons ,,,, 5 3 5 130 Steel of Can ., 37 26 27 2S Steel of C Pfd 31 31 31 Went Grocers ., 23 23 23 82 Wpen Elec ..... 2 2 2 Hanks; 21 Rival 144 144 114'i 15 Montreal 111 1 111 l'3 Commirce l H4 1al IS Nova Scntl. ... 374 274 274 Total ailes 2,1. 000 share.. Montreal it mi mirkft. COTTON H TIKI 0"-n Hi-ti tow Mf ....... 878 lt "3 .lulf ....... 014 IW5 Pec. ....... 81 94 .ln 817 Ml 8-5 Mf, , tw? 9-8 81 Ock 837 9,10 820 rfl!rr mi the recent annual conven- , Hon of the rollciie held t Toronto. c. , rnr v.8,4 1 Inrre BtU'ndnnce ln c-, cludinsr number of new mcmbfru 8'i ai'ti Kfli' ere Inid for ih? hold-??, Inn of srvrral public meetiiiB dtir m the mmine nwn. including eaorgan r relink, and a carol icrum Hlull Low Cine 1100 Aiv Oil 18 IB 18 46 Heauh 4 4 4 440 B A Oil 12 H 12 12 4 Cn Pow pfd. . 86 86 88 SW) Dlt Seag .... 18 n, 235 Melchrrs A .. 11 It H ?o Melchers B ... 6 s ( 2:0 Horn Oil .... 1 35 134 1 ,35 2210 Imp Oil 12 11 13 2,1,'0 Imp Tob 10 10 10 .til) Int Pete 18 17 1 140 Mitchell R ... 6 6 i HCP pfd 78 79 78 10 Thrift pfd ... 1'' ?1 25 671 Walker 34 32 32 360 WMker pfd ,,, 15 141. 15 Mine, twO B I Mist ...... ,32 .21 ,32 TORONTO STOCK EXCHANGE. Sales High Low Close 100 Abttlbl . 100 100 100 100 Abltlbl P 4 4 4 72 Bell Tele 108 108 108 Algoma Steel 5's, 1962 ...... 10 Ati. sugar 5 a, 1841 ........ $5 Alb. Pac. Grain 6's. 1946 .... 70 Beauharnois 6's, 1950 47 Eeauharnols 5's, 1973 .. . 89 Beauharnois 5's, 1973 38 Bell Telephone 5's, 1955 .... 103 Bell Telephone 5's, 1957 .... 103 B. A. Oil 5's, 1945 98 B. C. Telephone 5's, 1960 ... 91 B, C. Power 5's, 1960 .... 9C Calgary Power 5's, 1960 .... 83 Can. Cement 5's, 1947 .... 72 Can. N. P. 5's, 1953 76 CPR 5a, 1934 89 CP S. 6 s. 1942 101 C. P.B. 4's, 1944 75 Can. Steamship 5'a. 1943 ... 64 Can. Steamship 6s. 1941 ... 18 Can. Vlckers 6 s. 1947 43 Cedar Rapid. 5's, 1953 104 Davles, Wm., 6's. 1943 ..... 97 Dom Canner. s, 1940 .... 181 Dom Tar 6's, 1949 65 Dom. Textile 's. 1949 104 Duke-Price Power 6's. 1956.. 70 Eaton Realty 5's. 1949 90 French Nat. Mall 6's, 1932 . 125 Fed. Grain 6's, 1949 68 Gatlneau Pr. 5's, 1956 76 Gatlneau Pr. 6's. 1941 69 Int. P. and P. Nfld. 5's. 1968 69 Jamaica P. 5's. 1950 81 Metropolitan Bldg. 7's, 1944 82 Mont. L, H. and P. 5's, 1970 104 Mont. L., H. and P. 5's. 1951 104 Mont. Tram. 5's, 1941 95 Mont. Tram. 5's, 1955 73 Mont. Is. P. 5's. 1957 .... 97 McCoIl-Frontenac 6's, 1949.. 95 Maclaren Q.P. 5's, 1961 .. 80 Maritime T and T 5'a. 1956 S3 N S. L. and Pr. 5's, 1958 83 Ottawa L., H. and P. 5's. 1956 92 Ottawa Val. Pr. 5's. 1970 . 99 Ptot L. and P St. 1946 .... 102 Quebec Power 5's. 1968 .... 88 Shaw. W. and P. 5'9, 1970 .. 82 Shaw. W. and P. 6's. 1947 .. 93 Shaw. W. and P. 4's, 1970 . 72 8mtth. H., 5's. 1953 73 Sou. C. P. 5's, 1955 96 Steel of Can. 6's. 1940 104 Utd. Grain G. 5's. 1949 .. 75 Un. Sees. 5's, 1952 70 Wabasso Cotton 7's. 1942 .. 69 Western Power S's. 19-3 ... 85 W Kootenav i t 1856 87 Winnipeg Elee S'a. 1935 ... 75 24 94 14 73 50 91 40 105 105 101 94 93 86 74 79 101 103 77 70 20 46 106 100 117 74 93 71 79 71 72 85 86 105 106 87 75 83 85 86 94 101 91 85 95 75 76 100 80 73 73 88 88 78 21 12 230 2 IS 4 5 77 10 Brant C P 910 Brazilian .... 3230 Brew and D 60 B C Packers 100 Build Prod .. 245 Can Bread . . 3U5 Can Cem 3 Can C 1 P . 295 Can 2 P 8 i:iu can car 5 75 Can Dredge . 16CS Can lnd Alco 100 Can I A B . 60 Can Oil 1 Can Oil P .. 130 corkshutt .. 95 Cons Bnka .. 10 Con lnd .... 122 Smelters .... 81 Con Ga .... so Dom Stores . 812 Ford A 5 Goodvear P 30 Hmde and D 5905 Nickel 30 Laura Secord 860 Loblaw A ... 96 l oblaw B 1j 515 Massev-H 4 249 Moore 10 21 21 12 12 220 225 2 2',, Thousilit "R. B. Dennett" Was Mavor of Toronto TORONTO, Oct. 23. George Nicoloff, a waiter, might have been a naturalized cltigen of Canada today if he had not made one very serious blunder before Judge J. Tytler. Applicants found themselves up against stiffer tests than usual ( and many cases were adjourned. "Who," asked His Honor, "is k. b. Bennett?" "Mayor of Toronto," was Nicol-ofT's reply. The application was refused. is 4 s 77 8 5 17 12 11 10 83 7 8 1 114 a 182 19 10U , tU3 1U.1 lUj 5 5 5 .18 90 18 00 IB 50 "1 14 17 13 11 10 93 7 8 1 113 IBi 19 10 15 2 5 77 8 4 16 11 11 10 93 6 7 1 111 181 19 lU'. 14 14 IAIREL. LAUREL. Md.. Oct. 25 Entries for Tucdav: ' Fir.t race. $300. claiming, maiden 2-vear-olds. 1 mile: xaleutn 111. Triolet lOi. Turret 1;3. Bright '.less 105. Miss Glace 106, Karonlte 103. xSteel Head 108. xHero Oisa 105, Source Circle 105, Wrack Ace 108. ax volplane 100. Purple Patch 105. Huppv ICS, aHoney Sweet 108. aR. 6. Clark and H. P. Metcaif entrv. Second race. $800, claiming. 3-year-olds and ud 1 l-16th miles: Chloedalr 110. Bonnie Laodie 113. xPortden 108. xPronieiheus 103. Crackle 105, xMusko-day 108. Backgammon 118, Fervid 110. Lone Hand 108 Oiamay 115. Third race. $31)0, claiming. 3-year-olds and up. 1 1-18 miles: Bluchdineen 113. Kindacorn 105. Chat Eagle 108. Tuffv G. 11- Renewed 113, xThe Doctor 1C8. Axtntea 108. Modern Times 110, Towee 108. xMeeting Place 1C8. Sea Worthy 113 Fourth race. $8J0, claiming. 2-year-olds, 6 furlones: High Torque 107. Easy Come 110, Holystone 110. Blackhand 106. Zlpalong 113. Believer 110, Chilly 105. Kanal 110. Flag Bov 110 Laurel Miss 107. Flabbergast 107. The Bailiff 110. nappy Go 110. Barkantine 107. Fifth race, $300. claiming, 3-vear-olds, 6 furlonss: Fancy Fhaht 120. Black Target 108, xThlstle Play 113, xCutle Face 115. xLongford 113, axCorrvmeela 110, xMarion T. 1C0. aAcautaw 118, De Valera 118. Parity 118 xWest Main 106, Qulcklv 110, Gloritone 105. Union 113. aMrs. E. Tureman and R. Parr entry. Sixth rare. $800, claiming. 3-year-olds and up. 1 1-16 miles: Bright Beauty 110. Political 113, Vote 108. Flying Cherokee 113. xGrand Acre 108, xlmp:sh 108. Lotta Airs 105. xStroll Along 103. xThe Gen 108, xFort Dearborn 108, Pollten 113. Seventh race. $300. claiming. 3-year-olds and up, 1 miles: axZembla 107. aHackv H. 115, Hut 105, xArmageddon 108. xBerger 108. Jealous Fool 110. Marie Getz 105. xEn passant 100. xSvriac 110. aM.ss Betty Bowman and J. G. Cremen entry. xAnprentlc? allowance claimed. Weather clear: track fast. LATONIA. LATONIA. Kv . Get n Tuesday: First race. $600, claiming, 2-vear-olds. maidens, 6 furlongs: Mav Ring 110, Gracious Lady 107, Big Gold 110, Omd 110, Marmint 110, Cold Steel . 110, Bangobar 110, George 115, xKlssle 104. xRcd Basil 107. Transverse 107. Maiden Blush 107, Starda 110, Miss Actuary 102, Play Shoot 110, Our Gale 110. May Mc-Donough 107. Bosom Pal 110, Genlpa 110. Single Day 110. Second race, $600. claiming. 3-yeai-olds and up. 1 1-16 miles: xHappen 104, xJoan Pat 104. xSeths Ballot 107. Roxie Weidel 109, Mountalny Man 107. Panout 107, Murphey's Luck 104, xTommy 107, Kadlak 112, Stop Gip 112, xlntertor 107. Agatha 104. xLievette 99, xMai San 104, Clarlnda 112, Glynhurst 112. Harp Maid 104. Chauvenet 107, Thundertone 112, Miss Adelc 99. Third race. S600, allowances. 2-year-olds, fillies, 6 furlongs, from the chute: Gertie 112, Baby Stare 109, Quidam 112, Lady Evelyn 109. a-Petlte Julie 109, Flowery 112. Wise Dream 109. a-Our Hobby 109, Betty Wee 112. Cherokee Sal 112, Ridge Blond 109. Playful Martha in, uay rai 112, prinzey 109. a-Southland Stable entrv. Fourth race, $600. claiming, 3-year-old?. 6 furlongs, from the chute xOswego Princess 105. xMarch King 107, My Blaze 109, Shirley B. 106. Dusky Liame lue. blessed Event 110. xPanta-loons 99, Grimace 104, xFair Wanda 97, In High 108, Patsyette 111, xMrs. Let 103. Otherwise 112. Fifth race, $700, allowances, all ages, 6 furlongs: Halcyon 104. Mlnton 105. Gift of Roses 105, Princess Camelia 107, King Cicero 95. Sixth race, $800, claiming, 3-year-olds and up. 1 1-16 miles: Wood Honey 112, Deferred 109, xBanset 104. Clyde Van Dusn 112. Simbo Brown 110, Sizzling 99. Jodie K. 104, xStabl';zer 107. xTight Rope 104, xEaster Parade '102, xEii Weir 107. xMy Betty 107, xObservstlon 104, Elizabeth Fox . 112, Doctor Klein 107. xJohn Robert 110. Little Gertie 104, Nuckols Boy 112, Betty Shinn 112, Bring Back 104. Seventh race, $600. claiming. 3-year-olds and up. 1 miles: Vcsce 111, xEl Cldlo 106. xDawn Mist 105. xBrlgand 108, xKuvera 111, Trek 112. Bob Custer 111. Belen 1C8. White Legs 111. xOjib-wav 103, Pacheco 111. Lord Dean 111. Wood Worker 108. Irene T. 108. My Gentleman 108. Ballyhoo 111, Lucky Carter 106. xApprentlce allowance claimed. Weather clear, track slow. FMPIP.E CITY. NEW YORK. Oct. 23 Empire City entries for Tuesday: First race. $600. claiming, the East-chester purse, 3-year-olds and up, mile and seventy vnrds solace 113. xxmiss Christie 100. Miss Snow 100. Corvine 102, xxNewgro 102. Panyrotraph 113, Center Lane 103. xxBoh F. 102. xxAopre-henslve 100. Peach Bud 103, xWaterway 111. xxMynah 100. Second race. $600. claiming, for all ages, maidens and winners of one race (first division), about six furlongs O'Neill 116, xxMavbe 103. Dennis King 107. Ebony Princess 113. xxOndnle 109. xxPostman Home 106, Mothlas 104, Kay R. 113. Tldaholm 113, Lebam 115, Dark Law 113. Third race. $600. claiming, the Snow-ball purse, 2-year-olds, claiming, five and a half furlongs xxHappy Mwage 102, Running Heel 109, Texas Tommy 109. Csrisbrocke 110. xLe Miserable 108, God OW.r 109. Fldells 111. xllerowln 106. Shot and Shell 111, xxBrovlc 104, Mistress Orler 106. Flvlng Gypsv 111. Fourth race. $600, claiming, the Bass-wood purse. 2-year-olds, mile and seventy vards Lauretta Nosh 106. xxWelsh Lass 100. Xerselse 109, Yap 109. Idolatry 109, Ttswlld 109. Sound Money 106. Voco 107, xEaslest Wav 104. xxFahulous 104, Chipmunk 107, xxMInt De Mle 100. Fifth race, $600, claiming, for all ages, maidens and winners of one race (sec ond division) about six furlongs Torrid Zone 110, xxWIse Nat 100. xTrue Romance 108. Sir Gnreth 116, Machllla 116. xForest Faun 111. polisher 113 Morocen 116, Ipse Dixit 101, Baby Chink 100 xxGreen St ck 103. Sixth race. $600. claiming, th. Osca- wanna purse, 3-year-olds and up, mile and one-eixieentn xxtteamvus , iMni-p CnnafliarK I i Sensational Advances Fortunate In Draw On Mining Exchans Two Ottawans Draw Consolation Prizes in Sweep Worth S 167 Each. Canadian Press Cable. DUBLIN, Oct. 23. Fifteen more Canadians gained tickets on a horse in the Irish Free State Hospitals' big sweepstakes on the Cambridgeshire as the draw neared completion today, bringing up to 51 the number of Canadian who have a chance to win one of the first prizes of $140,000. None of the residual prizes went to Canada, but there are a large number of consolation prizes to be drawn for. The lucky ones are as follows: Alluvial: "Parkland Swede,"Park-land, Alta. Manoeuvre: "Maybe Its For Me," 27 Parkfield Ave., Toronto. Galapas: "Sure Andrew," Alberta. (Ticket XD7042.) La Becassine: John Landrigan, Milestone, Sask. La Becassine: "Oliva's Lucky," 3409 aBrker Ave., Westminster, B.C. Bengal II.: "Lucky Strike," Hotel Castle, Vancouver. Bengal II.: "Monk," 9 Christie St., Quebec City. Obseity: "Velocipede," Cisco, B.C. Andrea: "Blondie," 1284 Danforth Ave.. Toronto. The Font: "Dinty," 145 Geneva St., St. Catharines, Ont. Young Native: "Charity," 134 Blake st., Barrie, Ont. i Roumeli: "Hard Up," Saak Forks P.O., Sask. Commander: "Pay 99," 84 Bridge road, Edmonton. Oris Perle: "Trasho," 36 Pinke st., Kitchener. Great Scot: "Roycroft." 2152 Yonge St., Toronto. Consolation Frizes Among the winners of 1,700 consolation prizes worth $467 each at present exchange rates are the following Canadians: Ball Rallis, Coxwell avenue, Toronto; Capt. Fred Ladd, Elm street. Yarmouth, N.S.; "Is Everybody Happy," Grenadier road, Toronto; Archie Harding, Homewood road, Toronto; "Useless Bum," Fraser Mills, B.C.; "Joan," Ontario street, Cobourg, Ont.; L. E. Tripp, Vernon, B.C.; "Critic," Dornsquare Building, Montreal; "Btinty," 15th avenue, Vancouver; "Milky and Partner," co Post Office, Fort McNicholl, Ontario; "Wild Shot," Elgin street, Ottawa; "Beauty," Laurier avenue. Ottawa; Jack Black, McLennan, Alta.; Mrs. J. A. Keates, 11th street N.W., Calgary; Rose Winter, Brock avenue, Toronto; "Try One Again," Locke street North, Hamilton, Ont. TOROSio, uct. -3. sensatior advances were registered today the Standard Mining Exchange New York buying swept into t markekt on the buoyancy enge dered by President Roosevelf'i Su day speech. Gains of .50 to $7 wezre recorded among tne gi leaders and best prices were shad only moderately in the late prof taking. Ease metal and silt shares had gains up to $2 on t expectation that commodity pri; would get a new boost from t Washington campaign. Volui was heavy. Kclntyre was the outstandi leader, with a jump to clof? at: for a net gain of $5.50. A he share of the buying was from N York. The price hit $a41.50 In N York. Dome closed $4 high?r 35.50, Hollinger .57 at 10.25, Pion 1 25 at 10.35, 3ralorns .85 at 10 Teck .35 at 5.95 and Wright H greaves up .80 at 8. The wh group was taksn in huge blocks. Volume was heavy in Nickel f Noranda, with the firmer 1.7o h er at 18.75 and Noranda up 2.50 32.75. Two Years in Pen. Lucien Demers, of Hull, was tenced to two years in the penit. tiary by Magistrate Roland Mij in Hull magistrates court ( morning when he appeared or charge of breaking and entering i home of A. Demers. also of H and stealing a bicycle and ot articles. Demers had a previ record. James Harley, 16, Hurt In Street Corner Mishap James Harley, 16, of Russell road, a student at the Ottawa Technical School, was injured at noon today when knocked from his bicycle by an automobile driven by Marcel Tis-sot, 60 Hazel street, at the corner of Bay and Slater streets. Harley was taken to the Ottawa General Hospital in McEvoy Bros.' ambulance. An X-ray is being taken this afternoon to determine whether or not his left arm is fractured, and he will be kept under observation for a couple of days. The accident was investigated by Motorcycle Officer Donald Hutson. According to his report Harley was driving east on Slater street and had Just passed the Intersection when he was struck by the auto, Harley's wheel was damaged. Dr. G. E. Booth was called and ordered the youth to the hospital. Harley was unconscious when picked up but recovered his senses in a few minutes. ANNUAL MEETING - OF TEACHERS' ASSN. MONEY 4- . . FOREIGN EXCHANGE. The following nominal quotat are supplied by the Canadian Banl commerce. Ottawa, as indicatina , trend of foreign exchange rates i p.m. today: Prev Today. Cta Sterling, demand .. $4.74 $4.67 France, cts 5.85 t 5 63 Italy, cts 7.88 7.74 Japan, cts 28.49 28.39 China (Hons Konu). cts 34.08 33.93. N Y funds premium 2 3 7-.: ON PARIS BOURSE. PARIS. Oct. 23 Three per rentes. 67 francs 25 centimes; 41 cent rentes, 84.55. Exchange on I don, 82.10. The United State, d, was quoted at 17.86. PRICE OF GOI.n MONTREAL, Oct. 23 The" prlcr par gold ln London today was $30.6 , ounce in terms of the Canadian dc based on the London price of 129; and the quotation of sterling In M real ' at $4.75. Yesterday the ( adlan equivalent was $30.07, NEW YORK. Oct. 23. Bar silver ! 3-i higher at T73' t: Laurel Scratches I 1 All Satin. Advocate Junior. 2 Steel Head, Westivity, R Lady. . 3 Prlva, Five O'clock. Blackii Phlllstion, Jack Anthony, Depart, 6 Tar 5 Watch Him. 6 Rose Cross. 7 Kills borough. 8 Joltfllle. LoughDort. Rlsneur. spray. , I Weather cloudy, track fast. I Averages 384 M.P.IL ANCONA, Italy, Oct. 22. - C lain Diotrn Cflaninnlll C.,i,ri.- tne uienot cup lor airplane ra. completing a flight of 203.688 r in 31 minutes, 44 15 seconds a ! average speed of 384 miles per I ' ." " ij Iew York Cotton NEW YORK, Oct. 23. The cc market reacted partially late today fer southern selling and llqulda Future, closing barelv steady, hleher. Oct. 920. Dec. 928-29. ' 9.35-36. March 950-51. May 8.8 Spot .teadv; middling 9.50. Try a Citizen want ad. j At St. Mark's United Saint Mark's French United church held a very successful sup- Bunt iw 1 Barton Pti m. per ana concert on Tiaay, ucioocr 20. Addresses were given by Rev. Robert Gamble and the Rev. G. B. McLennan, conveners for the Hriie Missions Committee, Mr. D. Mc-Conn complimented Rev. C. H. Ves-sot on the occasion ofhis 28th anniversary as pastor of' St. Mark's church. He paid tribute to the fine efforts of Mr. Vessot during that period. Contributing fo the musical program were L. Grandma ison, violin selections, accompanied by his sis- Canter Light 100. xThermoypla. 100 Nutlet 102. xxMualng 101, Prlne Day 106, Pintail Ida. xWKhlng Star 104, Anna V. L. 106. Bide . Wee 108. x5 lbs, .pprentlce allowance claimed. xx7 lbs. apprentice allowance claimed Weather, cloudy; track, fast. Lntonia Srratrhe 1 Morning fair, Miss Universe. Fretful. Be Off, l ight Echo, Tallulah, Teat Out, Little Mingle. 3 Sir Jacob, Rcro. Wis. Dream. Chagrin. Refund. Seldrah. Princes. Ivory. Bvphar. 4 Declared off Will be .lib. Ridge Latiy. cnau- 95 100 60J 16 18 1 31 Id 27 65 1 15 49 10 Moore, A 7 Moore B .... 100 Orange C ... 5 Pae Hersey , J Psd Metal ,., 20 River A ..... 5 Sli.ipson B .. 23 Hliiipenn P ., 320 Stan Htcel ,, 70 Steel of Can ' Tip Top p ,, 13 Travmnre . . . 16 Trnvmore P 50 Union Gas , 8300 Walkers 721 Wnlkera p ,., 180 Wetotl Ilanki: 1.17 Commerce 144 67 Dominion ho 27 Nova hrolla ... 317 22 Toronto ,, 185 2 Can Perm , . , 147 2 H'lr.m and Erie 80 1'nrh: 3M Brrw C P 313 Drew Corp 4M1 Can Rd 310 Can Malt 25 Can Vine 30 Can Wlit 1100 Heagrams 30 Dom Hrldg. .... .50 Dom Motor. .... 25 Dom Tar 3 Goodvear 10 Honev D p ,,,, 10 Mrnit Power 10 Nnt Steel C.r .. 100 power euro .... to Hcr sis 13 Serv Si. p .... IK: 1425 B A Oil 1137 tm-ierlal Oil ... 370 Int Pn 70 MfCrtll ,, , North Star ,,,, in North ai.r r ,, so sun pt Total .ale. 33.43a. 12 4 in 2 22 4 la 25 25 t 7 34 !' !' 9 30 U ', ft IS 4 10 93 100 J. 60 16 18 I 31 9 26 65 I'i 3 ?'' Hi 137 275 183 147 10 11 4 26 21 24 !; M 7 34 !' S'-i- 30 U Hi, n 10', k n 4 10 93 100 60 18 18 1 31 " 27 63 l'i 4 3Ji 32 13 47 144 137 277 183 H7 (0 12 4 10 26 23 44 17 34 1 24 M 7 34 'l 6 3 30 13 12 1 10 .7. 6 Shadow Tnn tot Alma anri It fhrnirvi Via n'n I Vcr. InrftATl RftV. Gvro, in 'charge of the' showing of Inter- J VJff bKS Bou?f.ndNe cstlng moving pictures. II. Stoin, of Keinu, on Iladio ConimUnion Staff Horace Stovln of Reglna has been appointed by the Canadian Radio CommL'.Mon as its Western regional program director. Mr. Stovln Is one of the best known radio men In Canada and Li a native son of the Wert, having been born at Delor-alne. Man, He has been connected lth broadcasting ulnce Its Infancy ln Canada. His career began with broadca'tHm elation CKSC at Unity, Sask.. a station Ion? since abandoned. Later, he lived at Moose Jaw and for the past four years has been In charse of station CKCK at Relna, rrenrded as one of the best conducted nations In the Wert, He Is now fevering all active connection with that station and open we.'lern offlcei under the auspices of the Commission In the near future, The tropics at home hen the heating system Is in perfect order Ak 11 for estimate on repairs or Installation. W.G. EDGE Limited q. tm Weather dear, track heavy. New York MetaU NEW YORK. Oct. 23 -Copper itMdr, electrolytic spot and future 7?,, Tin Arm; spot nd nearby 47 20; future 47 40; Iron quiet; No. 1, f ob, Eastern Pennsylvania 17 50; Budalo 17 30; Alabama 13 50, Load steady: spot New York 4 00; Fast St, Loma 3 83, Zinc dull; East Ht, LouH p"t nd future 4 75. Antimony, .pot 6 87; aulcksllver 66 00-67.00. Miss fpadoics is President Secondary School Society. The annual meeting of the Women Teachers' Association of the Secondary Schools of Ottawa was held at the tea hour at the Chelsea Club. After a social hour the business meeting took place with Miss H. Cowlc, the president, in the chair. Reports regarding the work in the different branches were received, and the election of officers for the coming year took place. The result of the elections was as follows: President, Miss A. K. MacGregor; vice-president. Miss P. Meadows; secretary. Miss M. Burnett: treasurer. Miss I. Brown: councillors: Commerce, Misses Ellis and Mac-Laurln; Glebe. Misses Derry and Rourke; Llsgar, Mrs. Lewis. Miss MacDlarmld; Technical. Miss Henry. Montreal Man's Anto Oathes Near MorrNhurg Sneel.il In The Evening Citizen. I MORRISBURG. Ont., Oct. 23. X-ray photographs revealed a dislocated shoulder and painful Internal Injuries when John Vaigal of Montreal narrowly escaped death this morning, losing control of his car on a curve three miles east of MorrL-burg. Vaigal was driving when the car plunged from the road and turned over several times. Dr. C. A. Louden of Morrtsburg rendered medical aid. Traffic Officer Eugene Ro.e Ls Investigating the accident. The car was badly wrecked. Liverpool Futures ,,'vnnnAI A., It m .. a,ha viii'ii vm.-.-.mu vim m jv. futures arm. New contracts: Oct. 4a, and teller together. Greenshieldl &Co Memben of Montreal Slock Eichangt Montreal Curb Market 116 Wellington Street Ottawa HOMUCAI, TORONTO QUE.BC anaaaauoai YAMcourea I 6d.; Dee, 4s 8d.i March 4. Ud. Stocks-Bonds-Grain V Maintain A Complete Mining Service J. T. Richards & Co., Limited IS Metcalfe til,. OTTAWA Q. 174 1). 175 Q. 178 financial m BatiNln Reference: Royal Bank e our K'llletin Board for lst't fiftt on III market., EXPERIENCE A4 in anxln. FXPFItlKNCg U a bl ftctnr m hrokcr.iie huine- In Amltnt with . vnu hav 23 ' brodenig. experi" ( at your fvic, Frlt.t Mire In All l,lln rin.nrlal iri4 Minim (enters. Where To Eat The cafeteria, thH dining room, the grill. Have youj tried our $ dlnncrr. Also 11.50 menu, j Chateau Laurier mum I IT r .. - t i,..ij.h.. 1 mm vur r uucrut nc.iucni'. , lr ftnaclMit . , , Central L i'iiiii, , . vompiri. Funerli it erf Binder-att cost , , . Call Queen C87 1.10 Clnureater. "7

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