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Friday, September 29, 1950 THE EVENING CITIZEN, OTTAWA, CANADA Page 43 Montreal By Th Canadian Press MONTREAL Securities moved a shade easier In the first hour on the Montreal Stock Exchange and Curb Market today. Small minus signs were well distributed across the board. A fairly wide list of Issues held unchanged, with the comparatively few gains also narrow. The market opened on a brisk and firm tone, but trading slowed down considerably and mild selling forced prices lower. Industrials traded 24,700 shares. Mines had a turnover of 93,000 &mfix; Sales Stork HUn Low Noon 340 Ablt 39 37', 39 , 10 Jju P 25 25 25 ' 75 Algoma 23 23 23 75 Alum 88'i 88's 86'b 75 Argus 8!a 8-' S , 307 Asljes 31 'j 36 t 30 ' 215 Bath 33, 33s 33s, 462 Bell 38'', W, 38, 5377 Do Rts 1.06 1 05 1.06 860 Brazil 23i 23i 23. . 25 BA Oil 26U 29!4 29-U 800 BC Forest 5'., 5 -i 175 BC Pow . 30',, 30'.j 30, 125 Bldg Pro 31 ' 31 31 700 Can Cem '.. 44 44 44 25 Can Frg 25'i 25'i 25V, 250 Can Iron ... 30", 30 rl 250 Cn Pow 11 1 11 66 Can 88 24', 24", 24'i 860 C Brew 21 20 ;4 20, ton uar A a it 17 515 Cel 43la 43', 43' 25 C Loco 25'a 25'2 25' 125 Crtn Oil - 16'i 16'j 16' 1112 CPa ill, 213, 217 140 G Smelt ... 118 118 li8 vuiuy . IU',, 1U',4 ' otMitsrttni Xfi 20 254 Dora Brrd r. 4R!i 48i 48Va 2.4 Dom Bria 48'a 48'j 48'v ' 1450 Dom Tex ... 11', lisi 113, 125 Donohue 29 29 29 330 Dom 8 CB 25'i 25 25 5 Eddy A Pld. 18', 18'i 18V, 200 Jain Play .. 13', IV, 15', 486 Franer 35', 35', 35', 30 Gatlneau 173. 173. 17J, 223 OS Warca 19 19 19 200 Oypsum 20 20'', 20'i 75 H Smith ... 55a, 55?, 55i 315 Hud Bny S5'a 55 55 190 Imp OH 29', 29', 29', 350 Ind Accp . 33', 333 33. 15 Ind Accp P. 85 85 85 175 Ind Accp P . 34 34 34 525 Int Nickel 37', 37 37 65 Int Nick P . 146'j H6'i 146'i 9 Jnf Ep - 8, 8' 8', 25 Int Pete 12', 121, 12',, 235 Int Uttl 22', 22 22', 277 Maaey 333, 33', 3ju. 350 MeColl 16',, 16', 16'i 35 B MltcheU 26 26 26 50 Mtl Loco lflli 19',., 18 li 148 Mtl Tel ...I- 5i - 51 SI 315 N Brew 23 . 23 23 100 N 8tl Car 251, . 2o', ,' 25',, 205 Noranda 73 72', 72", 50 Ogilvle 22 ' J 22',, 22',, 275 Pow Rlv 60 60 60 200 Pow Corp ... 20 20 20 25 Price 103 102', -103 100 Pro Trans 15', 15, 15'., la kolland 13', 13', 13', 50 Royallte 14 14 14 w bti Corp .... 24 24 24 200 Stl Corp lp 19 19 19 220 SW 2 p 19 19 19 30 Stl Pap lp 100 100 ICO 30 Stl 2p - 59', 59',, 59',, ' 600 Shawln '. 26 26 ' 26 20 Siuwin 41, 53 63 53 50 Bhexwta 22 . 22 . . 22 150 Sick 20',," 201, 201,, 30Slmp P 99 99 99 20 Steel P 28 28 28 200 Un Stl 81, 81, 8', 25 Wabasso 18 18 18 140 Walker 51U Sl 51 25 Wpg 1 . 38 36 36 B1KS 225 Mtl 29', 29', 29', 510 Roy - ?8 28 ', 28 CURB 100 Acme 10', 10', 101, 1175 Anglo So .. 25', 25 25', 1200 An Nfld Re 25 25 25 950 Atlaa . 11', 111, 11',, 325 Bath B 131, 13 13 i BO Pulp 155 155 155 - 3475 Brown 7 . 7 7', 365 Brown P .. 121', 120 121 1 Can Sug 18', 18", 18 25 Cdn Ind 38', 281, 28', 250 Cdn Vlck .. 12 12 12 650 Cw Lumb . '. 6 6 200 Chatco 12 12 " 12 475 Com Al 3.00 .3 00 3 00 25 Con Lltho . 30 30 30 600 Con Paper . 28 27 27 310 Donn .. . ... 24 241, 24',, 200 Fed Grain A. 14 14 14 100 Ford A 54 54 54 25 Ot Lakes ... 22 22', 22 10 Halifax In . 11 11 11 75 Int Met A .. 39 39 39 75 Kelvlnator - 17 17 17 35 Mar Tel ... 17 17 17 25 M Roy Metl 11 11 11 75 Russell 20", 20 20 175 Sangamo ... 11 11 11 2000 Trans TV .25 .25 .25 50 Un Gas 16 16 16 150 Westeel 18 18 18V, 40 Wdar Hotel 17 17 17 MINES 8200 Anacon 2.22 215 2.19 3100 Ascot 1 65 156 1 85 5200 Belle Chlb .. .47 .45 .46 500 Bonvll .11 .11 .11 100 Cent Cad .07 .07 .07 800 E Bull 7 40 7.35 7 35 500 El Sol .05 .05 .05 8300 Go Manl 3 90 3 20 3.75 525 Rolling 11 10 10 334 Hud Rand - .20 .20 .20 2000 Jaculet .44 .43 .43 1500 Jollet .74 .73 .73 R200 Kavrand ... -.26 .25', .25", 17400 Ladulama . .70 .69 .70 3000 L Rowan .. .08 .08', .08 19200 Merrill .81 .79 .80 3200 Montauban . ,58 .576 .57 10 Mclntvre .. 80 60 60 225 Mng Corp 18 16 16 11300 Nocana .311, .31 Jl 300 New Cal ... 2 00 2 00 2.00 100 Normet 4.40 4 40 4.40 1000 Pitt -r-. .03", ---.03 .0354 1000 Pore Prime .40 .40 .40 5500 Que Maanl 1 28 1 20 125 2000 Que Smelt . .30 .29 .29 2300 Que Cheb .50 .48 .49 4500 Santiago .08 ' .08 .08 . 500 Sherrlt 2.25 2 25 2 25 67 Stadac .37 .37 .37 5000 Standard .14 .14 .14 1500 Untd Asbea .50 ' .49 .49 8O0 Walte 10 10 10 SOOO Wendell 34 .34 .34 OILS 4400 Del Rio 1.50 1 46 1 46 400 Facll Pete 7.50 7.50 T.50 1000 Pan West .37 .37 .37 Aprox Sale; 33.2CO; mlnea 118.900. New York By The Associated Presa NEW YORK Enough small plus signs dotted the stock market today to give a slightly higher tinge to the session. Trading started out at a fast clip and then died away within a comparatively short time. Puring the lull a few issues slipped back a little without changing the complexion of the market. Air Reduction 24 24 AI1H Chalmers 35', 35 Amer. Can. 100 1001, Amer. Cyanamld - 7 67!, Amer. Loco. 15 15 Amer. Power. 17 17 Amer. Rad. 13 13 Amer. Smelting 63 63 Amer. Tel. H Tel 15 ' 1 Amer. Woolen 32 32 Anaconda .... 34 , ji , Armco. Steel Co. 32', 32', Atchison 132 132 Toronto By The Canadian Press TORONTO Prices moved narrowly with a few Individual issues featuring in the forenoon on the Toronto Stock Exchange today. " Base metal stocks pushed mildly higher In brisk dealings with Golden Manltou mines again featuring. Demand has been heavy in Golden Manitou in the last two sessions following development, news from the property in the Val d'Or district of northern Quebec. The stock jumped 75 cents to $3.95 in early trading today and touched a new high at $4. 16 i.i 33 12 13', 19 10 20 50 38 30-, Baldwin Loco. Baltimore & Ohio Boeing ....... Borg. Warner B -ldgeport Braas P ,ld.-i Co Burrougha Add. . Byera . - Canada Dry Can, Pac. . . Case . . Celanese Chen u Ohio Chrysler ., 73 Col Oa 12J, Com. Solv. 20 Cont. Can, :.. 36 Corn Prod 67 Cnrtlss Wright 8 Deere & Co 57 Deleware Lark. & West. 11 Dupont East. Air Lines 15 Klec. Onto Lite 45 Erie , 18 Ferro Enamel .. 22 Flintkote Co. 27 General Cable 8 Oeneral Elec. 47 Genrl Food General Motors Gillette Goodyear ., Great North Ry. Greyhound . Hudson Motor Inter. Harvester . 16 33 12 47 97 41 61 40 10 16 30. Inter. Nickel 33 13 19 10 20 50 38 30 73 12', 20 36 67 8 57 11 80 80 15 16 22 27 8 47 47 97', Inter Paper . Inter Tel. & Tel. .. 43 14 41 61 40 10 16 30 33 43 14 47 Jonns Manvllle 47''. Jones & Laughlin . 37 37 Lehigh Valley 9 9 Lowes Inc. 17 17 Lorillard 25 25 Mack Truck 15', 15', Macy 32 32 Mid. Cont J 4W-! i Missouri Kani. Texas ..... 6 6', Missouri Pfd. 37 37 Mont, Ward ... 62 62 Murray Corp. . 20 20 Nash Kel . 20 20. Nat. Biscuit ... 1 37 37 Nat. Ch , 41 41 Nat. Distiller . ..... 26 26 New York Cent. 16 16 Norfolk & West 50 so North Airier. Co. 18 18 North Pac 23 2i-H Ohio Oil Co. 38 38 Pacific Gaa 8 8 Packard - - 4 4 Phelps Dodge . 58 58 Phllco . , 48 48 Phillips Pete 74 74 Proctor & Gamble ( 67 67 Pullman Pure Oil 401, 40 43 43 Radio Corp. 19 19 Republic Steel 38 38 Sears 49 49-1, Sinclair 39 39 Cocony Vac. 23 23 Southern Pac 60 60 Southern Rly. 42 42 Stand. Oil Cal. 77 77V, Stand. Oil Jersey 83 81' Studebaker 32 32 Texas Corp. 74 ;-f t Texas Gulf Sluph. 80 80 Texas P.r Land 82', mt. Tide Water 31 31 Underwood Corp. in Union Carbide 46 46 Union Pacific .-. 78 78 United Air. 30 30 U.S. Rubber 49 49', U.S. Steel i. ?"- Warner Bros. 13 13'g western union Westlnghouse Air Brake ZH'j ? Woolworth 48 48", Youngatown 102 102 Sales stork High 525 Abltlbl 39 . 35 Do P 24 20 Acadia A 22 200 Akaltcho 1 25 10 Algoma 22 25 Aluminium 87 1000 AM Yknlfe . .07 1200 Anacon 2 22 205 Anglo Cdn . 5.50 1000 Aquarius ... .26 1000 Area , .20 125 Argug 8 15 Do P 78 3159 Arjon .39 1000 Armistice .13 10100 Ascot 1 61 4700 Atlantic Oil 3.00 1220 Atlas Steel 2000 Aubelle ... 4500 Aumaque 300 Aunor 20 Bk of Mont n .09 .26", 2.95 900 Barnat 110 Unlisted Stocks Anglo. Can. Tel. Beauharnoli LHP Canada Llie Assurance . Canadian Invest. Fund . capital wire Cloth. Cmn. Cardy Corp. "A" corp. Invest. Ltd. Cmnwealth Inter. Corp. . v-uoan Canadian sugar . Dmn. Loose Leaf Class A Gt. West Life Assurance Ittiperiai Life Assurance . Lobiaw Groc. Inc . Manufacturers Life Ins. . Ottawa lice Co. Peller Brew. Co., Cmn. . Peller Brew Co.. Pfd. Pembroke Elec Cmn. ... Sun Life Assurance United Steel OI "A" . Western Grain Cmn. Western Grain, Pfd. Bid Asked 10.75 1150 24 00 25.00 590 00 5.55 6.10 14.25 9 00 10 50 501 5.42 4.30 4.73 5.00 2.00 460 0O 480.00 380.00 405 00 23 00 385 00 20 00 75 1 25 10 00 11,50 1500 810 00 24 00 25 no 1 75 2.50 60.00 65.00 Produce Montreal By The Canadian Press MONTREAL Canadian Commodity Exchange. Spot: Butter, Que. (92 score) . 55g at 557,B. Eggs, Bl-eastern A-large, 58B, A-med. 51B, A-pullets 38B, E-B 43B, E-C 32B. Futures: Butter, Nov. 56 at 568. Vessel Movements Montreal: Arrived Thursday: Makefjell, from Norwegian ports. Sailed Thursday: Tunaholm, for Baltic ports. Empress of France, Liverpool. Carmelfjell, London, Antwerp Rotterdam. Riverside, Vancouver. Athelbeacfc, Sagua. New York: .Ragnhildshodm, San Juan. Arrived Thursday: Caronia, from Le Havre. Sailed Thursday: Cont Blancamano, for Lisbon. He de France, Le Havre. Halifax: Arrived Thursday: Birmingham City, from Avon-mouth. Sailed Thursday: Birmingham City, for New York City of Durham, U.S. ports, faint John: Arrived Thursday: None. Sailed Thursday: , None. Bond Quotations Supplied By Sproule, Phllllpr Co. Ltd. Approximate quotations, subject to confirmation Government Of Canada Bonds 2nd VL 3 Mar. 195254 101.90 102 63 3rd VL 3 Nov. 195356 102.05 . W2.60 4th VL 3 May 195457 101 45 102 25 5th VL 3 . ian. 195659 102.00 102.875 9th VL 3 Sept. 198166 102.375 103.25 7th VL 3 Feb. 195962 102.123 103.00 Sth VL 3 Oct. 195963 102 125 103 00 9th VL 3 Sept. 196166 102.375 103 25 1st WL 3 Feb. 195052 101 60 102 35 Bnds . 3 . June 195358 101 40 1 02 20 Prps. 3 Mar. & Sept. 102 00 103.00 CN RR 3 ' Jan 19fli 68 101.50 102 75 Provincial Alta .. 3 June WK1.64 101 50 102 .aw B C. 3 Dec. 1960 99 25 101 00 Man .. 2 Aug 198204 99 125 N B. 3 Nov 1968 92 50 N S. 3'i May 196062 100 75 102 50 Ont. 3 Apr. 196265 100 37S 101 625 Que .. 3 Feb 1980 -42 100 50 101 60 Sask. 3 Mar. 1963 94 75 97 00 Abltlbl .. 3 1967 101.75 103 50 Bell Telephone. 3 1977 99.25 101 00 B O. Electric 3 1968 100 75 102 50 Cdn. Breweries. 3 1967 93 25 95 00 Col. Cell 5 WD 102 75 104 50 Cons .Paper 3 1967 101.25 102.75 E. B. Eddy 3 1968 100 00 101.75 Massey-Harrla . 4 1963 102 25 N.S. Stl. Coal . 3 1963 99 23 101 00 Pembroke Klec 4'i 1968 99 00 Steel Co. Cda. . 2 1967 96 23 98 00 Wpg. Electric . 3 1971 102.00 103 50 Unlisted Mines' Quotations ment Dealers Did Abenaktt 2 Alexander 3 Angus Ama Kirk 4 Anna'que 6 Ava 9 Bousian Beaurlv Beacon Bl Ore Blroco B McDade 6 Bramlnco 15 Camray 3 Cnt Man Con Chi Conecho Concop supplied by the tnvast- Aasoelatlon. Atke.4 Bid Asked 8 2 10 10 s 6 11 20 6 Cuvuni N 18 Doris Durham 7 Bast Lund S Glmac 4 f Four 75 El Bnana 7 Oan Cop 4 Goldpae Old Field 33 Go Cold 2 Ornd Chi 60 Greenlee 3 Cuyunl N 17 Hrnfault 13 Jerome Isleplne Kamlac Kenda P Ken Bay Ktiogam Lavulie Mi, in Rl Mar Bird Mry Ann Metalort 14 4 17 3 3 3 11 3 2 3 7 .did Crusader Devon 49 Franco 44 Orniedue. Major Oil 2 4 Mat Ye 11 13 4 McCualg 3 4 30 Mate Ye 12 14 5 Miles 5 8 7 Mlndus 30 35 12 Murinac 9 9 10 Nw Aug 3 7 3 Neweor 4 20 Nlckla L 3 5 13 Nlsto 35 37 7 N Acme 110 8 N Offset 130 N Mai 3 3 5 N Mai If 7 10 7 Norcourt 2 4 14 Norbeau 105 120 23 Norbec 7 9 7 Oblskl '43 T 10 21 Obiski 3 4 3 Oklend 3 S 10 Opemlsk 45 49 11 Orofino 36 38 Ortona 4 S 95 Psscalts 13 IS 1 Privateer 8 11 4 Quejo S 8 ' Que Sr. 40 f'O Hnd Mai 12 13 4 Redwood 3 3 70 Richgrp S 7 7 Russett 3 , 4 21 Salmlta 50 33 13 Sheldon 10 13 18 Santiago S 7 7 S Dufault 3 3 20 8llv Arrw 2 3 7 Pun bear 3 3 3 Toblco C 8 4 Viking 10 13 13 Y Davis 1 17 4 Yeikniie 150 300 3 Walcora 7 Wlndwnl 108 112 8 fetm OIU k.ked Bid Aikr 33 Nw Rnch 5 3 83 Faclf OU 13 23 48 Fiitit&tf 8! 64 15 Vermilion 21 25 WeetlocW 10 12 2500 Base Metala 100 Bathurat A 277 Bell 7053 Bell Rt 933 Bldgood ... 2600 BonvIIle 100 Bralorne ... 55 Brt Roof A 347 Brazilian ... 7500 Brewls 1000 Brit Empire 373 BA OH .... 300 BC Forest .. 225 BO Power A 2000 Buffadtson . 1000 Buff Cdn .. 100 Bur Steel .. 50 Burns A 2500 Calmont ... 2000 Calnorth 600 Calvan 9O0 Campbell .. 165 Can Cement 15 C Cement P 700 Can Foils 25 C Iron Fdry 103 C Packer 30 Can 83 P 25 Bk of Com 310 Cdn Brew 200 Canners 50 Canners B .. 175 Cdn Car 165 Cdn Cel ,. 5 Cdn P 500 Cdn Mai 235 Cdn Oil 805 CPR 22 30 Cdn Vlcker.. 12 50 Cdn W&llpa. 12 , 400 Cariboo 1.30 7700 Cent Leduo . 3.35 1000 Cent Pat .69 275 Chat Gal 500 Chem Reee 500 Cobalt 10 Cockashutt .. 1509 Coin Lake 200 CommoU .. 21000 Con Ansley 2500 Con Beattle 706 Con Duquea 315 C Smeltera 10 Con Oas ... 1300 Conwest 50 Cosmos . 500 Cournor 1000 Delhi 33 7200 Del Rio 153 265 Dist Seag -. 25-1J 1020 Dome 17 17 D Foundry 38 3 D Fundry P 100 10 Dora Scot P 330 Dm Steel B 20 Dom Stores 25 Dom Tex -. 1850 Donalda 15 Dom Mudge 1550 E Sullivan 17700 Elder -1OO0 El Pen Rey 3000 El Sol 1500 Eureka 100 Fam Play 2675 Fed Grain 40 Fed Or P .. 450 Fed Pete ... 35 Ford A 400 Froblsher . 750 Garnat .. 160 800 Garrison . i.aO 180 Gat Pow ... 17 20 Gen Prod A. 38 1300 Giant 7 05 - looo Globe 1000 Goldale 1000 Goldcrest ... 9000 Gold Eagle . 5000 Gold Arrow 738O0 Gold Man 5000 Goldora 10 Goodyear 58 GL Paper .. 2000 Gulf Lead 100 Gypsum 140 Ham Bridge. 1000 Hard Rock .- 1000 Hsaga 2500 Hlghrldge 100 Hlnde 450 Hollinger 108 Home 1000 Hosco - 485 Hud Bav 3500 Hugh Pam 115 Imp Bank . 445 Imp OU ... 185 In Accp Cor 1000 Inspiration 1485 Int Nickel - 100 Int Pete .. 3400 Jaculet 600 Jelllcoe 3200 Jupiter ... . 2000 Joliet 1500 Kayrand 14000 Kenvllle 8000 Keybovcon - 700 Kirk Hud 1000 Kirk Laka . 3000 Kroy Oil .. 500 Kirk Town - 50 Labatt 18 300 Labrador . 6.00 2500 Ladulama, .. .69 2700 L Duflt .... 500 L Fortune .. 9700 L Osu 1000 L Rowan ... 120 Lake Shore . 800 L Wasa .65 100 La Luz 1.55 300 Lapa Cad .. .03 15 Lauar 6ec .. 14 45 33 38 . 1.07 - .05 .11 7.00 15 23 .04 .62 29 5 30 .12 .22 16 38 1.19 .25 5.00 225 44 29 6 30 30 !i 42 26 21 : 20 20 ' 14 43 ' 38 .70 16 .90 .73 18 .12 1.45 .09 .45 .55 118 169 . 1.75 r 16 .12 47 25 10 11 .52 2 00 . 7 40 . .58 .11 . .06 . .54 . 15 14 . 126 S.85 55 2.70 .61 .17 .08 .12 .04 4.00 .05 93 22 .09 20 13 .30 .29 .04 21 11 15 .05 55 .19", 31 29 33 .32 37 12 .44 .U5 .78 .73 .27 .17 .27 .51 .90 .95 .11 1.10 .04 .19 .09 1011 40 Lobiaw A 500 Louvlcrt 566 Lomega 1000 Lynx ; 1245 Macassa 2800 Macleod .... loo Macmlllan B iax Maasen 32 i .13 .15 .19 2 17 2.40 14 2 15 2000 Mai OF 2.25 500 Marcus .14'', 645 Massev 333 3500 Marbenur .11 125 McColl . 16 40 Mrlntyre ... 60 1800 Min Corp .. 17 20O0 Model 65 500 Montauban .58 320 Moore 83 100 Nat Drug P 12 95 Nat Hose B 24 400 Nat Pete . . 2 50 150 N Steel Car 25 200 N Brit Dom 1.24 4100 N Calumet .2 05 6175 New Lund . 2.35 2500 New Norse . .13 500 N Hugh Mai .12 1000 N Thurbols .08 500 Nicholson .. .37 160 Noranda 72 2500 Norlartlo ,40 100 Normetal .. 4 40 2000 N Denlson .12 5700 Nubar .39 1000 Northland . .05 5500 Orlsc 05 300 Osisko 1 24 3080 Pac Pete 7 55 500 Pamour .... .90 2500 Pan West .37 9100 Paymas 64' 20C0 Perron ...... 46 3O0 Pickle Crow . 1.75 4500 Pore Pen .10 1100 Pore Reef 1 00 210 Powell Rlv 60 23 Power Corp 19 200 Preston 1.35 100 Que Lab 23 62150 Que Manl 1.30 3400 wueenrton .. .98 930 Quemont .'. 25 2200 Redwster .65 35 Robinson .... 10 50 Koo Little .. 10 3000 Roxnna . ... .40 423 Royal Rank . 29 300 Royallt 13 50 Ruaaall 20 100 St Law Corp 24 300 St Low 2p 19 35 St Law Pap 2p 39 7J3 Snn Anto .. 2 tj 300 Selhurn 1 80 100 Shawln ..... 26 30Vi SltwMik; ... .20 2O0 pr'!'ltv .... 1 00 800 Sherrltt 2 23 Low 38', 24 22 1.25 ' '22 87 ,07 2 19 540 .26 .20 !i 78 .39 .13 1 57 2.03 11 .09 .26 2.95 29 1 08 .45 33 38 1.08 , .03 ' -10 7.00 15 23 .04 .62 29 5 30 .11 .22 16 38 1 18 .25 300 2.20 44 29 6 30 30 42 26 21 20 20 14 43 38 .70 16 21 12 12 1 30 3.30 .69 8 .90 .73 18 .12 1.45 .09 .45 .55 118 169 1.75 1 16'i .12 .32 l2 18 38 100 47 25 10 11 .91 2 00 7.40 M .10 .05 .51 15 13 125 380 55 2 65 1.39 1.7S 17 38 7.00 .61 .17 .08 .12 .04 3.35 .05 93 22 .09 - 20 12 .29 .29 .04 21 10 15 .05 55 .19 31 29 33 .32 37 12 .43 .05 .73 .72 .27 .10 .25 .50 .90 .90 .11 18 S90 .88 1.07 .04 .18 .09 10 .65 1.55 .03 . 14 ' 1.05 32 .13 .15 .19 2.13 2.33 14 2.13 2 25 .14 33 .11 16 60 16'i .65 .58 83 .11 24 2 48 25 1.21 1 98 2.30 .13 .12 .08 .37 73 .40 4.40 .12 .38 .05 .05 1 22 7.45 .90 .37 .80 .46 1.76 .09 1.00 39 19 135 .23 l.oe .95 23 .61 10 10 .38 39 13 20 24 1 , 59 2.50 1 80 26 .20 100 2.25 Noon 38 24 22 1.25 22 87 ' .07 222 5.40 .26 .20 8 78 .39 .13 1 61 2 05 11 .09 . .26 2.95 29 1.06 .45 33 38 1.07 . .05 .10 7.00 15 23 .04 .62 29 5 30 .12 .22 16 38 1 19 .25 5.00 225 44 29 6 30 30 42 26 21 20 20 14 43 38 .70 16 22 12', 12 1.30 3.30 .69 8 .90 .73 18 .12 1.45 .09 .45 .55 118 169 1.75 16 .12 .33 1 48 25 1A 100 47 25'i 10 ii?; .31 3 00 7.40 .58 .11 .05 .BUS 15 13 126 5. 80 55 2.70 1.59 1.78 17 38 7.00 .61 .17 .08 .12 .04 3 05 .05 93 22 .us 20", 12 .30 9a .04 21 10 15 .05 55 .19", 31 U 29 33 .32 37 12 44 .05 ','4 .78 .73 ' .27 .17 .28 .51 .90 .95 .11 18 5.90 .69 1 09 .04 .18 .09 10 .63 1.55 .03 , 1.05 32 .13 ..15 19 2.15 2.35 14 2 12 2.25 .14 33 .11 18 60 1 .65 .58 83 12 24 2.48 25 1 21 2.04 2.35 .13 .12 .08 .37 72 .40 4.40 .12 .33 .05 .05 1 24 7.50 .90 .37 .61 .46 1.73 .09 100 ., 19 1.33 .23 128 .95 33 .63 10 10 .38 29 13 20 24 19 j3 2 51 1 RO 26 .20 1 no 2 25 1 1 Turkev Prices Discussed By Consumers Minimum prices, for Thanksgiving and Christmas turkeys, as proposed by the Ontario Turkey Association, came under study by the executive of the Canadian Association of Consumers at their first meeting of the season In the YMCA Building. It was decided that a report of prices from the turkey association would be given further consideration. Some members drew attention to the fact the CAC's responsibility was being Increased by steadily rising prices and the feeling of Inevitability with which the consumer faced these prices. The resignation of the recording-secretary, Mrs. A. F. W. Plumptre, was accepted by the group. Mrs. Plumptre has taken the same position with the national executive of the CAC. Mrs. B. T. Richardson, of Ottawa, Is also on the national exT ecutive. Mrs. David Carson, the presi dent, was In, the .chair. Charge Driver In Milk Wagon Crash An Ottawa truck driver, Henry Matte, 24, 269 Bay Street, was booked in connection with a charge of careless driving yesterday afternoon following a collision on Pretoria Avenue in which a Clark Dairy driver and his horse were slightly injured. Albert Aldus, 15 Wentworth Avenue, driver of the dairy wagon, received minor abrasions to both arms when lie lost his balance and his arms went through the windows of the wagon. The horse's rear legs were cut. The accident occurred shortly before three o'clock when the truck driven by Matte, travel ling east on Pretoria Avenue, was In collision with the milk wagon, which was travelling west. .According to the police report, Matte had swung out to pass an automobile, also travelling east, and lost control of his vehicle on the wet pavement, which had just been watered. The truck swerved to the left, striking the left front portion of the dairy vehicle. Damage to the truck was estl mated at $150. The milk wagon suffered an estimated $100 dam acre. Constables Wllmer Dowd and Doug Epton investigated. Grain WINNIPEG Grain prices firmed up after showing opening hesitation today on the Winnipeg grain exchange. Liberal selling In barley at the opening gave way to processor and American buying as trading turned dull. Oats was steady in light trade. Rye moved up under light buying for American accounts. Noon prices: Oats: Oct. Vi higher at 87ViA; Dec. unchanged at 77Ta-A; May unchanged at 78A. Barley: Oct. unchanged at $1.24; Dec. V-Va higher at $1.11A; May 3a higher at $1.11. Rve: Oct. higher at $1.42A; Dec. 34 higher at $1.40A; May 34-12 higher at $1.45. Flax: Oct. and Dec. not open: May unchJnged at $3.66. Chicago CHICAGO A fair demand developed for grains on the board of trade today and prices advanced fractionally to more than a cent at times. Wheat near the end of the first hour was -'2 cent higher, December $2.23Vi; corn was Vi- higher, December $1.4412, and oats were VvVi higher, December 80 Vi. Soybeans were V-3A cent higher, November $2.36Vi. Ottawa Delegate To Spain Parley Albert Gagnon, recently ap pointed director of adminstra-tlon of the Post Office Department, leaves today to attend the congress of the Postal Union of The Americas and Spain in Madrid. He is a member of the Canadian delegation which is headed by W. J. Turnbull, depu ty postmaster general, and includes H. A. Pearl, superintendent. International Malls Division. 50 lcks Br VT. 20 20 20 20 Sigma 6.00 5 83 5.85 1000 Silnnro 17 .17 .17 4500 Sllv Miller .- .93 .92 .92 3 Simpsons A . 31 tl'i 31 500 South Braz. .13 .13 .13 250 8 Brock A - 7 " 7 7 200 Steel ot Can 72 27 27 1000 Steeloy .05 .05 .05 800 8teep Rock . 4 03 4 00 4 00 300 Sulllv 2 75 2.73 2.75 100 Svlvantta ... L20 1.20 1.20 1000 Taku ".10 .10 .10 500 Toburn .43 .34 .34 2200 Tower Pete . .52 .52 .32 345 Trad Fin A . 29 29 29 100 Trad Fin B . 28 28 ' 23 1100 Tran Esrc .. .40 .49 .40 200 Union Oas . 16 16 16 25 Untd Fuel B 21 21 21 400 Un Keno ... 8.73 8.70 8.75 25 Unit Steel . 8 8 8 1100 Upper Cand 2 05 3 00 2 00 500 Ventures 7 90 7 90 7.90 6870 Wait 10 10 10 81 Walker 51 I 51 23 Wele: 18 18 18 1000 W Ashler .33 .32 .33 1362 West Hmstd .21 .21 .21 1000 Wlngalt .05 .05 .05 1000 Wlngalt .05 .03 .03 73 Wpn El 36 38 36 22"0 Wlnward 1.10 1.07 1 08 4500 Tl 40 .40 .40 CURB 33 A.'Hestoa ... 36 36 36 3800 Brown CO 7 7 7 113 Brown Co P 120 120 120 100 C At D Sug 21 31 21'. 50 Can Vlnaara 13 13 13 50 Cda O Inv . 2" 20 70 173 Cll 28',, 2i 2 10 Cw Lumoer 6 6 - 32 Con Paper . 27 27 37 23 H . ya 31 31 31 377 Int Paper 48 48 48 873 Int Utll .. 22 . 22 22 600 Pnd Oreille 8.70 8.79 170 2.4 Twin City . 13 13 . 13 Total bales; 571,000 Livestock Weekly Review By The Canadian Press TORONTO Cattle trade was very dull with prices 50 cents or more lower at the Ontario stockyards this week, the Dominion marketing service reported today. Calves and sheep were steady while hogs lost 25 cents a hundredweight and lambs 50 cents. Cattle receipts of 9,002 head for sale were added to 950 carried from last week. Included In the fresh supply were 2,300 western cattle, chiefly stockers. Cattle moved slowly from the opening and the anticipated holdover was well over 2,000 head. Some good choice weighty steers were 6old on Monday and Tuesday at $28.50-$30, common to medium light steers and heifers were plentiful at $20-$27. Good heifers closed at $27.25-$27.50 and a lew good light steers sold at $28-$28.50. Medium to good cows were $20-$22.50 with canners and cutters from $14-$18. Good bulls closed at $23-$24 v.'ith common lights downward to $18. Choice fed yearlings brought $31-$32.50. Store cattle trade was fairly active early but closed dull. Picked lots of feeding steers and stock calves sold at $29.50-$30.50 with one load of Hereford calves at $31.25. Common stockers sold downward to $23. Calves totalled 2,237 head. Prices were steady at $30-$32 for good to choice vealers with occasional tops at $33. Common to medium lights and heavies were from $21-$29. Hog receipts were 2,477 head. Prices settled at $3Q ior Grade A. Sows were 50 cents higher at $24 dressed. Sheep and lambs were 3,315 head, Including 760 westerns. Lambs dropped 50 cents to $27.50 for good ewes and wethers with bucks at $26.50. A few feeder lambs sold at $25-$26. Good light sheep brought $13-$15 and culls sold downward to $8. Prod uce Fruit And Vegetables By The Canadian Press TORONTO Wholesale fruit and vegetable prices were unchanged here today from yesterday with these exceptions: apples, Macintosh, No. 1, bus., $2.25-$2.50, domestics, $1.75-$2; cantaloupes, 20 qt.t 40-50; cauliflower, Ont., crate, 75-$l; celery, Ont., crate, green, 75-$1.50; egg plant, 20 at., 60; lettuce, Ont., 3 doz. crate, $1.50-$2; peaches, yellow flesh, 6 qt. No. 1, 60-70; pears, domestic, No. 2, 35-40; plums, blue, Graham Dukes, 6 qt., 30-35; spinach, Ont., bus., $1; tomatoes, field, 11 qt., 85-$l, staked, 6 qt., 40-50. Potato prices were unchanged with this exception: local, off truck, 75 lb. bag, $1. Montioux Case Will Go To Jury Today The trial of Vincent Mondoux, 21 -year-old Ottawa man charged with a serious offence against 30-year-old woman, will go to the jury sometime today. The case is being heard at the fall assizes here. Yesterday two statements given police by the accused following his arrest on June 5, were ruled admissible by Mr. Justice King and were read to the jury. In one of the statements Mondoux admitted attempting to attack the woman in his mother's bedroom at the Mondoux residence on St. Patrick street. The statements were ruled ad-mlssable only after many hours of argument by defence counsel Donald R. Snipper and C-own Attorney Raoul Mercler, XC. Mr. Snipper held that Mon-doux's English was rot sufficiently good for statements to have been taken from him without the assistance of an Interpreter. He held that it was highly possible the accused did not fully appreciate the nature of the crime with which he was charged, and that certain words in his statements might have been uttered in ignorance of their proper meaning. On the other hand Mr. Mercler brought out the fact that Mondoux had been able to speak Interscholastlc Grid Races Open Today On Four Fronts John II. liadmore Dies In Toronto Many friends in Ottawa will be sorry to hear of the death of John Harvey Radmore, beloved husband of Bernadette Murray, in Toronto following a motor accident. He was 39 years of age. Mr. Radmore was born In Toronto and received his education at Toronto University. He was married in 1949. Besides his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. John Radmore, he leaves an uncle, Dr. Russell Radmore of New York City. Funeral services will be held Friday and interment will be In Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto. Citizen Classified Ads are Ottawa's greatest market place Answer To Today's Crossword Puzzle I5IP 1 Ngl mm 3. hi E 1 S MiA U t- P II SI gMT FfeiPlgjg 5 15 01 r ao e k ojS. U hjlRg' R EAR LgMjg "gg gPigrf Pi g gtL Apt EnsiMMf There 11 be action on four !ijus today when the Ottawa Interscholastlc Football League raises the curtain nn Its 24th senior and 23rd junior campaigns at 2 o'clock. Lansdowne Park will be the iicene of a pair of tilts between the defending champion Technical School teams and Lisgar Collegiate squads. Over at Varsity Oval, University of Ottawa aggregations will play host to St. Pat's College teams in another double-header which should produce some good football. Glebe seniors will open their season at St. Pat's College where they are slated to meet Nepean, while in the first game of the bill. Commerce tackles Nepean juniors. Glebe juniors drew a bye this week. The final game on the calen- English since he was 14, and that he had been associated with English-speaking people in the Royal Canadian Air Force and elsewhere. The Crown completed its case late yesterday afternoon. This morning Mr. Snipper will begin his defence, but he had not decided yesterday on whether or not Mondoux himself will testify today. , . The Municipal Act In the matter it a propoce'd by-law of The Corporation of the City of Ottawa changing the name of certain streets. Notice is hereby given that Hla Honor the County Judge of the County of Carleton has appointed Friday, the 29th day of September, 1950 at the hour of 10.30 In the forenoon at his chambers in the Court House, Nicholas Street. Ottawa, for the purpose of considering a proposed by-law of the Corporation of the City of Ottawa to change the names of the several streets below listed and for hearing of those advocating and opposing such change and any other person as Hla Honor may think fit. Dated at Ottawa this 8th day of September. . GORDON C. MEDCALF. K.C., Solicitor for the Applicant BY-LAW NUMBER ... A By-law of The Corporation of the City of Ottawa changing the names of certain streets. WHEREAS In order to avoid confusion with the Britannia District it is expedient to change the name ot Britannia Terrace; AND WHEREAS by usage names of the other streets set forth below have been changed but no order of the County Judge of the County of Carleton has been registered making such changes legally effective. AND WHEREAS It la expedient to enact aa hereinafter aet forth; AND WHEREAS the County Judge of the County of Carleton appointed Friday, the 26th day of September, at the hour of 10.30 o'clock in the forenoon at hla chambers In the Court House u the day, hour and place for considering this by-lav and for hearing those advocating and opposing the aald change of names: AND WHEREAS a notice or such application In form approved by the laid Judge was published In the Ontario Gazette on the 16th day ol September. 1950. and once a week for four consecutive weeks in the Ottawa Citizen newspaper, namely, on the 8tb. 15th, 22nd and 29th days of September, 1950, pursuant to the direction of the said Judge. THEREFORE the CouncU of The Corporation of the City of Ottawa by a vote of at least three-fourths of all the members thereof, enacts a follows: . 1. The name of each street set forth in the first column below Is hereby changed to the name set forth opposite thereof in the third column below and the said streets shall hereinafter be known and designated by the names set forth In the third column. Old Name Alice Ann Ann Ashburnham Arthur Britannia Terrace Cedar Plan or Plans 3365, 43831, 71746 30 15558, 21812. 22855 26981, 49052, 204329 30 28, 51 2 13, 29. 34. SI, 55 88 58. 70. 111295 Clark Concession tin or Road 2, 7, 20 (from Bronson to Wellington) - Concession Mne or Road 24 . 28. 48, 61, 78, and Road Allowance 102 (from Rlverdale to Echo Drive) Division Durham George and Sparks Hugh Joseph John Kate Lisgar Lochtel Lamoths Mabel Mlna McDougall Neville Ottawa and Gloucester Road Private Road (from south side of Albert) Rosd Allowance (from CP.R. tracks to Mackay) Road Allowance (from Fifth to Holmwood) Road Allowance (from Wellington to Gladstone) Rldeau Road feldney Torbay Road First Second WUliam 72, 95 35, 41 35, 38. 41 30 24 30 18, 94 33, 45, 47. 49, 2545. 31328 26981 96 55 30 26981 15713 33, 116 42 43, 44 19S 58 64 112 106 108 21 New Name ' Maclaren Street Gladstone Avenue Gladstone Avenue Bay Street Eccles Street Pooley Street Somerset Street Crichton Street Albert Street Main Street Sherbrooke Street Norman Street -Pamilla Street Kent Street Louisa Street Cartier Street Ro,imount, Avenue Bell Street Frank Street Sunnyslde Avenue Eccles Street Percy Street Waverley Street Waverley Street Rlverdale Avenue Perkins Street Duffertn Road Craig Street Fairmont Avenue Mackay Street Kenny hrrrt, Rlverdale Aveau Dims Street Foster Street Louisa Street 2. This by-law shall corns Into effect en th day on which s certified copy la registered in the Registry Office for the Registry Division of f.tit City of Ottawa and in the Land TKles Office for the city of Ottawa. OTVEN under th corporate seal of the City of Ottawa this day of August. 1950. CITY CLERK MATOR I spprflve of th ttw nuM and direct that the same shall b published In the Ontario Oasette r.d in a dally newspaper published In the City of Ottawa In accords ncj with th provision of paragraph 47c of Section 404 of th Municipal Act. A. O. MacDOCOAL, County Judge of th County of Carleton. M OWMO MO OfhMAltD I LOAF U La SOLO ONLY IN AtP STORES J dar for today will take place al Fisher Park field where the Red and White team piays host to another new entry in the Junior circuit, Eastview High School. All in all. the curtain raisers should provide local school football fans with plenty of excitement as well as an idea about the relative merits of the schools. All junior tll will get under way at 2.00 p.m., with the senior games following around 3.45 p.m. Fisher Minus Pair Fisher will be minus two of their stars today in the persons of Darwin Harrison and Jack Young. Harrison was advised to quit football for the season after an Injury, while Young has an injured ankle. Only other injury of note was in the U of O senior camp where Brian Lynch reported the loss of Jacques Fontaine with a broken nose. Vt!tTr7YI.l5 ANTIKNOCK, LTD. h WANTED EDUCATIONAL OFFICER (Fe male) for Prison for Women, KINGSTON, Ontario to supervise programme of educational activities, to prepare case histories, and assist in developing rehabilitative programme. QUALIFICATIONS : High School Graduation; Provincial Teacher's Certificate; credit given for experience in educational work, social work or handicrafts. Initial Salary: $1980 per annum, plus uniform and meals. AC Muuuiiuut agb, "j j ecu Ot For further information apply to Warden, Kingston Penitentiary, KINGSTON, Ontario. Alcoholics Anonymous A free, non-sectarian International organization designed to help those whoso lives are being complicated by alcohoL All enauirles and replies in strict confidence. P.O. BOX 38, OTTAWA Chartered Accountant 00W U0 0 46 Elgin Street There is a powerful difference between, gasoline and ; "Efhyl" gasoline. : "Ethyl" ; gasoline makes a difference you can ce on hills, on fhclopen road, and when you need quick power for passing ' or acceleration. Look for " familiar yellow and black ''Ethyl" emblem on the pump when you buy f gasoline. ETHYL ANTIKNOCK, LTD. 1 oronto , Phone 3-9393 ' . i

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