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16 THE OTTAWA JOtTRKAt. MUOAr. AFRIL Mt, 1949. O'Cldck 'Big 1 4' Experts To Study Italy's Paying Powers PARIS, April 26. (BUP) The Big Four Foreign Ministers decided tonight to set up a. committee of experts to examine" What suitable ma terial is available in Italy to meet reparations demarids'on that country. On recommendation of U.S. Secretary of State James- E. Byrnes, the Foreign Ministers resorted to the Potsdam conference policy regarding German . reparations in an effort to settle the tough problem of reparations demands against Italy by Russia and other countries of Eastern Europe. The committee of experts 'tvas the recommendation mader at Potsdam regarding Germany- In the case of Italy the Ministerial Council agreed on the comrriit-Uee, "bearing in mind that . Italy shoulcl be left with sufficient resources to enable her . to"1 subsist without external' assistance". Senator Bilbo Galls Luce and His Wife 'Nigger-Lovers' 5 OXlocfc Edition Service. . WASHINGTON, April 26.- Senator Theodore G. Bilbo (Dem. Miss.) today applied the term "Nigger-lovers" to Henry R. Luce, publisher of Life magazine, and his wife, Representative Clare Boothe Luce (Rep. Conn.) Holding the Senate floor in opposition to' the proposed British loan. Senator Bilbo ' took exception to a recent Life magazine article which described him as "the worst man in the Senate". Greatest Lie in History. The Mississippian told his; colleagues, that Life's recent appraisal of 33 senators whose terms expire next January, was "the " greatesy lie in the history of the American press", and was published by a "Negro social equality outfit "'. t .- Referring to Mr. and Mrs. Luce as "Papa. Luce Fickle and Capricious Clara". Senator Bilbo told, the Senate: "If this pair of Nigger-lovers had tKeir way about, they would defeat 22 of my colleagues and myself." Bilbo contended that Mrs. Luce had been unfair in attacking thim in recent speeches for his stand on the racial question. "I have beeni the, Negro's best friend", he asserted. "The Negro churches held prayer meetings for me when I ran for Governor of Mississippi. "However. I believe in scgrc-' cation. I do not believe in social equality .with ; the ..Negro. do not believe in the moriSrclizaUon of the white race." Not Only One In Pack. Bilbo asserted that Life magazine was not the only publication "in the pack of dirty hounds", which he said had been set on him. ; i He then named the New York P-ost, the New York News, ,the Daily Worker, the New York newspaper PM", the St. Louis Post-. Dispatch, "the mongrelized papers of Los Angeles", the Philadelphia Inquirer, arid , the Philadelphia Record. $18,000 Wager Lost On Horse Race 5 O'clock Edition Service. SYDNEY, Australia, April 26.' f Reuters) r Sydney's record ; cash wager of 5,000 to 4,000 ($18,000 to $14,400) was lost when Flying Duke, a hot fav--orite was beaten by Tyriedalj . in the second Fiarfield handicap- at Randwick here, j The unlucky punter was a prominent businessman and a keen follower of racing. : The bookmaker, " congratulated on his deal, smilingly said: -fit's J about time I got something hack' from him. He has won ibetween 30,000 and 40,0000 in the last six weeksf" Edi i All Pivotal Groups Pegged Up in Indices 5 O'clock Edition Service) MONTREAL, April 26. CP) -Trading trends were steady ; to higher on average up to the final hour today on the. stock exchange, and curb market. , All pivotal groups were pegged higher in 'the indices. Getting lifts in papers were Price, M. and O., St Lawrence Paper preferred, Abitibi preferred, Powell and Bathurst "A" and "B". Donnacona and Fraser lost rises and Brown common erased' a slip. ' Montreol Stocks Taylor Resigns As Deputy Minister; . J O'clock Edition Service. TORONTO, April 26. CP D. J. Taylor, Ontario Deputy Minister of Game and Fisheries for the last 12 years, said, today he had resigned, effective May ;1. Ill health was given as the reason. The resignation brings to an end 27 years of public service, 15 of them as Liberal member of the Legislature for Grey North. Follqwing his fifth successful election in .1934, Mr. Taylor resigned to accept the deputy .ministership. In a recent. switch of Provincial Cabinet pofsts, the Game and Fisheries Department was put into the hands of the Minister of Lands and Forests, W. G. Thompson. It was not announced whether the i present Deputy of Lands and Forests, Frank IMac-Dougall, would take ,'overj Mr, Taylor's position and handle both posts-, or whether a new Deputy Minister would, be named to replace Mr. Taylor. Three Buildings Razed In Sdurh Edmonton Fire EDMONTON. April 26 ICP Fire which levelled three buildings and caused an estimated $50,000. loss was brought under control early today, after it raz-. ed a South Edmonton business block. The fire started, in Galper's hardware store and embers carried by the wind caused it to i envelop . adjoining produce and furniture stores, firemen said.; Sales SO 93 120 135 so 52 50 20 2425 55 335 250 70 233? .25 30 20Q 20 735 10 100 50 255 115 1887 50 36 200 450 10 110 1820 JJ5 467 25 255 75 10 190 51 23 75 433 100 295 215 85 100 23 1210 183 50 45 3 10 320 (WHO 350 73 33 33 133 402 100 2400 330 3 458 1200 1095 130 12 50 75 100 913 545 125 550 1155 75 200 273 247 80 573 40 30 100 73 405 756 ' 10 SO SO 350-: 2M 4110 23 40 23 123 4240 42 28 400 20 50 445 42 15 23 100 125 25 By The Canadian Press. Stock High low Acadia "A". 23 23 Acme Glove. 25 do. pt. . , . 107 Algoma .... 23 Aluminum . 220 34.V. 10-T. 1021 148 2a.. 20 20b do. pf. Amer. Elec. , An(. Tel. pt. Argus do. pf. .". Asbestos .... Bathurst -. -Bell . . BrazU . . . B A Note . B C Pow . . do., B Bldg Prod . C Cem . . do pf. . . Can Frg . Can Iron ." . . Can S S . . do. pf.; . C Brew j. . C Car : Cel . ; . i do pf . . . Alco A . .do. B . Cdn Loc . . C P?R . . Cockshutt C. Smel. Cr. Cork . . Davis A . . Seagram D. Bridge . D. Coal P. . Dom. Dair. . Dom. Fnd. Dom. Gls. . . D. 8. & C. B Dom. Tar . Dom. Tex. '. 103 25 1061,!, 22 220 108',i 108 U 19 19 34 V IOV4 102 33T4 33 23 T', 23',; 199 199 27 27, 29 32 . 4i. 29 32 4 331,4 33 !S 21 U 20'2 148 28 20 20' 52 j, 52 28 1 1 26 7 421, 181,2 15i,i 18 V; 93',; 49', 31 Vl 00 42 16 n '.; 33 48 , 17P,i 28 Vt vf Dryden Dom. Tar E. Koot. . Electrx. . Fam Play Gat do. pf. G. S. Wares 19 do. rf. . . 107 Gdyear, pf.. 235 18 14 23 Vt 90 18 67 42 Va 181,2 15i,2 42 21!, 18V. 93 V 49?, 31 ',, 100 42 16 11'V 33 47 zsvt 104',; 18 23 90 19'i 191, 18 18. 19 110 Gurd Gcnl. Bake Gypsum H Bridge H. Smith dq. pf, Hud. Bay Imp. Oil Imp. Tob. do. pf. . . Ind. Accp. . Int. Brnz. . Int. Nickel. Int. Pap. . . Int. Pete. . . Int. Pow. , . Int. Util. . . Jam PS.. Labatt' . . Lang . . Massey McColl . R Mitchell . Molson Mtl Pow Mtl Tram . N Brew . N Stl Car Norands . Ogilvie . . Ott Car , , Ott Pow . . Page H . Placer Pow Rlv '. IT 10'. 37 18 110 19 i 107 255 (Ms !i 17 10 37 110.20 110.26 46 46 Close .23 25 107 23 220 . 108',; 19 3414 . 10 102 33 237s 199 27 29 32 4 33 1 21 ',4 148 28 20 201,; 52 ',2 26',; 18 67 42, 18 ',2 15 Is 42 21V. 18', 9S 4&. 31 1,2 100 42 16 ' 111; 33 47 17 25 ' i 105 18 29 60 19 'a "18 110 19 107 255 9 A 17 10 37- 18 D' , 13 8 35 . 21 ts 42 35 23 54 ', 43 16 13 15 8 35 21 ',', .41 53 22 34 (a 43 16 110 46 18 ,20 13 8 33 21 li 28 li 28 23 - 23 2014 19 23 .231,4 33 34 ,23 41 33 34 23 41 492 49 29',; 29 68 l,J 68 - 33 33 7, 18 33 Vj 19 34',, 26 34 4, 33 Power Corp. 13 Price 70 '2 do. pf ... 101 Prov. Trans. 18 Que. Power 21',a Regent ' 25 St. L. Corp. , 9 St. 1,. Pap. pf 931, snawimgan . Sherwin . . . Sick Simpson "B" Southern . . Stan. Chem. Steel ... Tooke Un. Steel : . . Wabasso . . Weston .... Wpg. Elec. . Zeller ; Mpn Banks. Can. .Nat. . 21 Commerce 22Ti 7 17', 331.2 19 34',j 13 70. 101 ; 18 21 ',, 24 !i 9 93 26 34 34 '.j 33 22'; 22'.; 14', 14 91 44 11 90 31'i 131,2 39 50 Montreal Royal 91 44' 107s 90 31 13 39 50 21 227 28 26 '2 25 24 55 22 54 43 16 28 23 20? 23 ',2 34 ' 23 . 41 4f 25'.. MM 31 1 . m 18 33',, 19 t34!,' ,13 !70 18 21 ',2 23 119' ! 93 1.2 28 34 54 33 22 ,; 14 91 44 107. 90 3172 13 39 50 21 227'b o ,2 25 ! Few Strong Spots Y Show in NY List n 5 O'clock Edition Service, NEW . YORK, April 2B.-JP) Isolated spots of strength continued to bolster the stock market today although many tails and Industrials still were restrained by light selling. , Forenoon prices generally were dpwn fractions to a point or more but losses were reduced orpcan-celled in numerous instances after mid-day although dealings were relatively slow throughout. Trends, near the closer'were no, worse than moderately mixed. Transfers were in the vtcinity ot 1,200,000 shares. WALL STREET ' I. . i Supplied by Thomson 4-"McKinnon. Stock Open Close Air Reduction '55 54 Alleghany Corp. . ..." 46 46 Allied Chem. and Dye . 198 200 Alii. Chalmers Manu. . 34 55 American Airlines .'. . . 19 ,( 19 American Can 98 96 American Locomotive . 35 35 V, American Rolling Mills 31 311; American Smelters . . . 87 68 American Tel. and Tel. 193 193 American Viscose 70 70 American Waterworks . 25 28 American Wool Co. . 33 55 Conner " '46 47 Atch.." Topeka and S.F. 106, 107 Baldwin Locomouvt . . Baltimore and Ohio . . . Bendix Aviation ....... Bethlehem Steel Boering Airplane Borden Company ..... Borg-Warner Briggs Manufacturing . Byers Company Canadian Pacific ...... Carrier Corp. Celanese Corp. Central Foundry Cerro de Pasco ........ Chesapeake and Ohio - Chrysler Corp Commercial Solyenta . . Com. and Southern ... Consolidated. Edison . Continental Can .- Continental Motors . .. Crane Company ....... Crown Zellerbach Crucible Steel ........ Delaware and Hudson . Douglas Aircraft Deere and Company . . Electric Autolite f Electric' Boat Co. Engineer Pub. Service Eaton Manufacturing . Erie Railroad Farnsworth Tele. Firestone Tire General Elec General Motors Gillette Safety Razor ... Glidden Company .... Goodrich , Goodyear Tire Greyhound Corp. Hudson Bay Min Illinois central . Indus. Rayon Corp International iron ..... Inter. Harvester ...... International Nickel Inter. Paper Inter. Paper Pfd. . . . . -. Inter Tel. and Tel. Jones and Laughlin . . . Kennecott Corp. Lambert Company .... Louisville and Nashville Libby-Ownes-Ford .... Liggett and Myers .... Lockheed Aircraft Cpn. Loew's Incorp. . . .. . . Lorillard Macy and Co. Mead" jCorp Montgomery Ward . . . Nih Kelvinator National Cash Reg. in. 21" 49 103 29 55 : 52 49i; 27 19 28i; 72 16 . 47 58 129 24 4 35 46 18 45 36 46 ,12 88 50 77 29. 39 647; 18 15 76 4',t 391, 46 80 7314 i ' 407k 291. ; 347. ; i.19 , 16U 93 v; 38 50 125 25 43 58 S97i 12 68 7 33 39 29 53 27', s 90V 21 40 Notional -Dairy Products 43 National Distillers 72 National Pow. and Light 10 New York Central 26 , North Amer. Aviation. 13 Northern Pacific Kly. .. 28 Northwestern Airlines , 48. Omnibus Corp, 13 Pan American Airways. 21 Public Service of N.J.. 28 Pullman Incorp. , , , . , 4 Pure OH Co . 27 Paramount Pictures . . 78 Radio Corp l7s RKO Pictures 27'; Remington Rand ...... 39 Republic Steel Cpn. ... 33 Reynolds Metals 38 Sehenley Distillers .... 78 Sears-Roebuck ,. ' 45 Servel Incorporated .... 207. Simmon Co 49 Sinclair Oil Corp. ..... 19 Socony-Vacuum 187s Southern Railway Co, . . 52 Sperry Corp 32 KtanriArH Rmnri. . . 493, Standard Oil of N.J. ... 76 Studebakcr New . . . 297. Standard Oil of Calif. . . 58 Texas Corp. 63 Union Bag and Paper . . 33 Union- Pacific Rly .... 136 Union Aircraft Cpn . , 29 United Corp. 5 United Drug Incorp. 37 United Gas Improve. . . 281s PjS. Rubber Co. J.... 76 UiS, Steel Corp. .,..,. 82 Vanadium Corp. 31 Warner Brothers 34 Weston Electrical Inst. . . 33 Ik-White' Motor Co 38 Wool worth 60 York Corp 227k Youngstown Sheet 701; 307. 22 49 104 29 35 53 49 27 19 28 72 157s 47 Vt 59 128 25 25 461k 18 45 37 46 12 88 50 76 29 39 641', 16 15 76 451k 73 39 46 80 73 41 29 i'347k i 19 16 ' 92 38 50 126 ' 26 427k 56'; 39 12 67 8 33 38 29 53 271'. 94 21 40 43 73 11 26 137. 28 4R 131'. 21 116 29 64 27 79 16 27 39 33 38 . 78 48 207k 49 19 167's 52 32 30 77 29 3S 621. 34 136 30 3 38 i29 76 82 30 33 33 38 60 23 71 Montreal Curb DEATHS. 4 il 25 ROLAND On Thursday. April' 25, 1946. ait his residence. Killaloe, Orit.. Thomas Abram Boland,, aged f 75 years, beloved husband ot Annie Summich. Funeral en Sunday. April 23. at 1.30 p.m. to Church iof Ascension. Killaloe. Ont. . Interment in St John's cemetery. Eganville. Dnt. . McDONALD On Friday. April 26. l'HG. in hospital. Gladys Evelyn McDonald, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs J A. Bowman of, 63 ' Hopewell Ave. Resting; at Fred N Garrett r.''rirrfi! Htii"., .irM Somerset St Wrs. (Service private). .'. ' Sales 2181 2085 100 55 . 10 425 25 " 200 175 50 85 25 10 3 6 300 100 330 3000 85 4250 35 100 1000 4723 ,23 50 10 30 432 600 35 200 547 25 125 . 725 10 250 64. 50 180 350 30 25 100 .605 13 By The Canadian Press. Stocks .High Low null, oew ,2 do. 1.50 pf. 20 Bath. B. 8 Beld Cort I 155 Belgium Brown do. pf Butterfly . B. A. Oil. . B C. Pulp Can. Sue. Can. Malt 14-7 99 10 17 20 7 155 14 - 7 99 97 k' 27 27 13 73 25 62 25 62 CN. P. pf. 1113' liin.i Cdn. Ind. B 206 206 Light., 13 13 Cdn Cdn Maro. . C. 'P. & P. do. pf.. Cdn. Vick. do. pf. 3 3 3 3 157k 157k 36 33 160 159 C. W. Lum. . 3.65 3.60 C. Westing.. 18 18 Chat. Gai C. Neon Con. Pap. David B . Dom. Oilc. Dom. Sqq. Dom. Wool . Donna- . . T-Fleet . . . Fdrd A 'v. For P Sec . Fraser . Gt Lake . . do. yt. . Hy El Sec Invest F pf. Ott Journal L St John . Lambert . . , iAwney . . M Leaf Massey pf . McCdJI pf. Melch . . Minn Ont il 55 J I 55 22 217; 8 42'; 25 17 19 6 29 63 ' 8 42.; 23 17 19 6 , 29 63 68 67 34 34 34 7 32 16 77 11 14 1 34, 7 52 16 . 77 11 14 IS?,: 30 30 109 103 8 26 Mf Roy Hot 14 8 26-, 13 Close i 17 I 20 7 f 155 1 14 I 7 99 10. 27 73 25 62 111 206 13 3 " 3 15 35 160 f 3.60 181: 11 ',: 55 22 V 8 42',; 25 17 19'; 6 29', 63 68 34 V 34 7?, 52 4?' U Si . 16 30 105 I 131; King Scores First Win Of Flat Racing Season i O'clock Edition Service. LONDON, April 26. (CP)-The King Scored his first triumph ot the rial racing season at Lingfield Park today, Jockey Gordon Richards riding Golden Coach from the Royal stables to victory in the 200 (S890) added'first race. 50-Nuclear . . 13 13 13 i 10 Pow Cor 1 pf 110 110 110 35 Ret Gra pf. 111 Ml 1111,; 85 Royalite 800 S Bridge 499 Southmt i 20 Stowell A . 128 Thrift 19 12 29 28 16 191 12 28 28 16 19 la 12-28 28 16 Mines. . 19 19 19 8 7 7 . . 60 60 60 . 43 43- 43 . . . 1:10 1.10 1.10 .25 25 25 . 18 18 18 . 2.15 2.10 2.10 11 10 10 42 40 42 32 32 32 20 20 20 50 50 50 41 41 41 271'2 27 2712 3.75 3.75 13.75 99 -99 99" 17 17 17 33 33 33 . 1.28 '1.28 1.28 32 32 - 32 86 84 84 16 16 16 78 74 75 1.10 1.02 1.03' 1.03 1.05 - 1.05 29 28 28 ' 3.99 3.90 3.90 " 71 70 71 ' 33 33 33 1.83 1.80 , 1.80 , 2.60 2.60 2.60 32 32 32 25 25 - 25 41 35 i41 ' 90 90 90 1.10 1.04 1.10 25 25 25 ii.iUU sumvan ...280 2.70 280 4000 WestWI 26 26 26 . ; -Oils. 1000 Homestead ! . 6 6 8" Sales to cloe:l Industrials, 68,600; mines, 100.000, . . .'" , i 2500 Alta . . 1O00 Arno ... . 200 Astoria lbOO Athona . 300 Auma .... 100 Beatriceq . , B00 Bonvil . . . 1200 Beaulieu .; 3P00 Cart Mai . 15i00 Cent Cad . . 09- centremaa 00 Cheskirk 3700 Cournor . . iOO Duvay 50 Dome . . ... 00 E. Suit. 3000 Elder . . 1Q00 Elderidge . . 1150 Fontana . . 12100 Formaq. . 4400 Found L. 8200 Goldvue . 75 Holly 8900 J. Lake . . 493 J.M Con. . . 6100 Jotiet , . 200 Lingman , . 1800 Lingside . . 100 Macdonald 400 Mclntyre 100 New Louvre 800 Normet . 800. O'Brien . . 200 Pandora . . 1500 Pitt 5 6300 Que. Yellow. 1700 Sisooe 3235 Stadacona 1 500-Stand. Gold. Gold Stock Group Has Margin of Gains 5 O'clock Edition Service. TORONTO, I-April , 26. (CP) The gold stocki registered a substantial margin'of gains and other groups showed -some improvement in the late stage although they were stilf narrowly lower at ' the close of today's Toronto Exchange market The volume of trading was smaller, than u.ual. The I aggregate for the day was little above the million , share mark. Toronto Stocks By The Canadian Prels. Sales 'Stocks . High Low 1550-Abit.i ". . .. 17 17 1160 do. 1.50 pf. 20 197k 10 Acadia pf. 106 ,106 135 Agnew ... 41 40 110 do. pf. ... 116 112 3250 Apex . 15, 14 1150 Amal. Lard 1.80 1.75 35 Alum! 222 220 350 Alum! pf. . 108 108 3300 Ang. Rou. . 1.30 1.43 4000 An.ley . 14 14 1313 Argus ... . 10 10 7500 Armis. . 1 45 1.38 x 5025 Ahnt. 38 34 40050 Astoria . . 61, 59 11200 Athona . . 44 42 ' 5025 Arnt. . . . 36 34 8400 Aumaq. . . 110 108 1200 Aunor . 3.63 5.65 40 Bk. Mtl. ... 26 26 30 Bk. Tor. . . 37 37 110 Bath. A. .. 24 23 11975 Bear 1.08 1.00 900 Beattie . .131 1.30 39i30 Beaulieu , . 2.17 2.10 54 Bell 199 198 4700 Bevcour . .70 66 4500 Bidgood . . 31 30 143 Biltmo. . . 17 18 4400 Bobjo ... 24 22 2550 Bralorne . . 15. 14 2720 Brazil . . 27 27 425 B A. Oil . 27 27 3000 Brit. Dom; . 39 38 9000 Buffadi . 157 1.50 8500 Buff Rl. . 31 30 125 Buff Ank. . 8.50 6.50 600 Buff Can. - - 33 35 150 Burl Stl. . . 14 14 3525 Callinan .37 36 ' 6700 Calder ... 30 " 29 2800 Camp Rl. . 3.03 3.05 533 C. Cem. . . 21 20 177 Can. S. . . 20 20 150 do. pf. . . 52 52 95 C. Bk. Com. 23 23 . 2612. C. Brew. .. 26 237'. 170 Can. B . 25 25 175 C. Car A 22 22 1070 C. Food ... . 18 17 205 do! A ... 22 22 380 Alco. A . .. 18 18 175 C. Loco. . .: 43 42 1300 Cdn, Mai. . . 1.00 98 220 Cdn Oil 17 167, 1125 C. P. R. . 21 21 1400 TEariboo , . 3.90 3.80 600 Cent. Pat. . 2.43 2.40 5500 Cent. Por. . 29 28 2000 Chester. ...1.50 1.48 1150 Co. Will. . v4.00 3.95 5500 Colomac j . . 1:09 1.04 543 C. Smelt. .. 93'. B3 1400 Croinor . . 1.20 1.17 700 Delnite .! . 2.63 2.30 1300 Dicken . .. 1.70 1.68 3100 Div. Min. . 95 94 410 Dome . . . . 27 271k 7700 Disc. Yel. .1.22 1.17 - 323 Dom. . Mag.. . 12 12 425 Dom. Stl. B 18 17 1 405 Dom. Sto. . 28 28 20 Dom. T. Vt. 25- 23 160 Dom. Wool .. 17 16. 6700 Donalda . . . 1.12 - 1.10' 1500 Duques :.: .:1.2S 1.15 17100 Duvay . . . 44 ! 40 .7900 Ea. Mai. . , . 2.35 2.23 1800 Ea. Sull. . . , 3.73 3.70 11600 Elder. ... 1.02 96 ' 8200 Eldona .... 96 92 690 Fam. Play. . .187, 18 525 Falcon. . . . 5.15 5.15 335 F. Farm. . . . 59 59 . 6506 Fed.' Kirk. . 17 17 300, Frobisn. : ' 4.80 4.65 360 Giant -. . .-, 7.30 7.20 8795 Gen. Bak. . 6 6 12500 Glenora ... 9 8 3130 God's L. - . 68 67 . 3000 Goldala ... 30 29 4700 Go. Gat . 31 30 1550 Go. Man. '. . 2.80 3.73 7500 Goldvue ... 85 83 265 VI Pap Vf. 34 33 605 Gypsum . . 17' 17 7100 Haicrow . . 11 10 2614 Hard Car . 14 2900 Hard R . . 90 ; 3500 Harker- . . , 20 6000 Harrlc . . (27 1900 Hnsaga . . 105 2300 Hdway .... 22 1600 Hedley . . 2.23 12300 Heva . S3 523 Holhng . . 16 6100 Homer ... 24 4200 Hsco . . 37 430 Hud Bay .46 660 Hunts A 127k 20 Imp Bank . 29 28 733 Imp Oil 16 1S 260 Imp Tob... 13 13',; 3200 Indian U-, 82 61 2000 Inspirv . ..1.10 1.08 : 203 Int Met A . 34 33: 250 Int Nick . . 41 41 1013 Int Pete . . 23 J2 21S00 Int5 Ur ...1.63 '1:51 12900 Joliet . . 1.10 1.00 1870 .Kerr Add 147k 14 6100 Kenvllle . : 1.6S 1.53 17300 Kirk L. . . 2.12 2.05 200 Labatt .. . 28 28 150 Labrad . . . 7.75 7.75 4000 L Fortune. . 16 18 630 L Shore, ... 21 21 3900 Laguer . . . SO 47 4000 Lanaska ... 54 50 200 L Secord ... 23 22 4000 Leltch 1.42 1.40 ; 1700 Lingman ..I.OB .1.05 450 Lil L L ... 2.48 2.45 800 Louvic . ..1.S3 1.30 10700 Ltinward . , 37 33 330 Macassa . . 3.93 3.93 1703 MacLeod . 2.63 2.63 750 Madsen . . 4.15 -4.03 7650 Malartlc . ; 2.75 2.60 4000 Man Ea . . . . 4' ; 3 400 Ml Mlg ... . 18 : 18 1100 Marcus . 1.23 1.20 5500 Marlon . 37 38 1252 Massey . 20 - 19 315 McColl . . . 237; 23 320 Mclntyre 70 70 1230 McKenzie . 1.30 1.30 8200 McMar. ... 60 59 6000 Mid. Cont. . 12 11 15005 Min. Corp. . 9.23 9.15 10000 do. W. . . . 1.15 1.05 4100 Moneta ... 68 65 240 Mtl. Pow. ' 23 23 465 Moore . 80 80 2300 Nw Calu . L01 1.00 552 Noranda . . . 687; 68 13165 Normetal , . . 1.84 1.70 9000 Norseman ... 22 20 3500 Northland . . 12 12 17500 North Inca . 78 75 3500 Nichol 23 22 100 O'Brien . . f . 2.65 2.60 '55300 Omega' 38 34 3000 Osama ..... 63 62 2500 Omnitra .... 22 21 3500 Orcnada . . . 41. 40 14500 Orlac ..... 63 , 61 4500 Osisko 1.33 1.27 370 Page Hersey 34 33 800-Pamour . ..1.62 1.55 3500 Pandora ... 32 31 ,3000 Paramaque . 18 18 6200 Paymaster .. .77 -77 3100 Pen Rey . . 25 24 1800 Perron . . 1.50 1.45 3000 Pic. Por. '. . . 30 29 1051 Pick. Cr. . . 3.90 3.80 4600 Por. Reef . . 49 45 225 Pow. Riv. . 35 34. 4975 Powell . ..1.2a 1.11 2775 do. Vt . . l.Jf 1.03 , 2500 Preston . . 2.60 2.55 " .350 Purity ! , . . 13 13 255 do. pf. . . 54 54 . 4000 Que. Man .' 1.05 1.00 4000 Regcrt. ... 30 30 7000 Richmae . . 72 69 3500 Rouyn M. .. 50-": 30 , 3700 Roxana : .1.35 H.22 1 t 50 Royal Bk.- . 25 1 24 130 St. L. Corp.. 97k 87k 1715 San Ant. . , 5.40 S.25 18310 Senator . . 1.04 6300 Shawkev . . 73 3200 Sheep Ck. , 1.4S 3380 Sherrltt . . 2.06 255 Sick . . 35 135 Simp. A ... 33 1650 do. B ... 33 i 110 do. pf. . . 107 290O Siscoe . . 0. . . 98 ; 6200 Sladen . . . 68 1300 Springer . . . 1.30 , : 895 SUnd. Ch. . . 14 Vs ! 4500 Stada. .. ..1.10 3700 Starratt ... 1.18 470 S.tand. Pav.. 10 "'250 do. pf. . . ' 24 200 Stand Radio 7 JS000 Sud. Cont. . , 20 33S0 SU111V. . . . . 2. BO Close 17 207; 106 41 116 14 1 73 222 108 1.50! -14 1 10 1.40 35 60 42 35 1.10 5.83 26 37 23 1.08 1.31 2.17 199 70 30 17 24 15 27 27 38 1.54 31 6.50 35 14 36 30 3.05 21 20 52 23 26 25 22 - 18 22 IR 43 8? 18 26 -1.93 21 2.20 52 16 21 S3 1700 Surf . ! . . . 83 3000 Tock-Hughes 4.50 3300 Thorn Lund., 73 2700 Tomhill 35 6700 Thurbois . . 1.05 130O Trans. Res. .1.20 390 Un. Gas . . . . 10 167; 21 3.80 2.41 28 1.50 3.93 1.05 93 1.17 2.50 1.70 94 27 1.20 12 18 28 25 i 17 i 1.10 1.20 40 2.30 3.70 '1.00 92 18 5.15 59 17 .'. 4.65 7.30 6 8 68 30 30 2.78 83 34 17 10 14 60 19 27 2.03 22 2.25 S2 ' IS 32 97 43 48 12' 12 287; 1 15 62 1.10 34 41 22 1.58 1,02 14 1.65 2.08 28 7.75 16 21 49 31' 22 1 .40 1.08 2.48 ISO 33 3,95 2.65 4.15 . 2.65 - 4 16 1.20 38 20 23 707; 1.30 59 12 9.15 1.05 68 23 80 1.00 68 ' 1.72 20 12 78 22 2.65 37 '62 21 41 63 1.30 34 1.56 31 18 77 25 1.47 29 3.85 48 35 1.20 1.09 2,60 13 54 1,00 30 69 50 1.25 247k 9 5.40 98 68 43 2.02 55 35 Ik 32 107 88 65 1,25 14 1.07 1.16 10 24 7 20 2.80 83 4.50 71 35 98 1.20 10 e Fut ures1 Prices Reduced at Close 4 jf S O'clock edition, Service. ' WINNIPEG, April 26 (CfW-A light trade was recorded In ry futures on the Winnipeg Exchange today but most dealings were confined to the deferred months. Prices closed lower to one cent a bushel higher. May rye finished at s.2.75 bid. July at $2.48 asked, October ati 1.95-193 and December Sl.86. In export market the United King dom took 300.000 bushels of wheat. Grain Quotations. Wheat May July Oct. . . . Dec ' Ope .5 2.75 High Low Close 2.75, 2.48 1.95 1.95 1.94 1.95 1.87 1.87 1.86'. 1.867'. Oats: (All futures at ceiling prices of 51 cents). . j Barley:, (All futures at ceiling prices of 64; cents). j Cash prices: 1 ! Oats: 2 C. W. 31: 3 C. w. 51; ex. 3 C. W. 51: ex. 1 feed 51; 1 feed 51 ; 2 feed 51; 3 feed 51; track. 512. i Ryer 1 C. W. 2.78; 2 C. W.. 2.78; 3 C. W. 2.72; rej. -2 C. W. 2.43! 4 C. W. 2.60; track. 2.75. Screenings: S12.50 a ton. ( Chicago. I CHICAGO. April 26. (P)4-An expansion in profit-taking, with selling coming mainly from commission houses, met litUe buying demand on the grain market today. May rye encountered most of the liquidation and was off around three cents at times. Oats showed more resistance but were off small fracUons most of the session. A substantial upturn in corn offerings from the country indicated good response to the Government's bonus: purchasing plan, i I Final prices in oats Were unchanged to lower, July 83j Wheat, corn, barley and deferred rye contracts were unchanged at ceilings. May rye finished" 37.-4 lower- at 2.S7-2.567k. - ' Race Results JAMAICA. First race, purse 4,000, allowances: 3-year-olds, .6 furlongs Harvest Night, 113 tJ. Jessop). 3.90, 2.80. 2.30; Lindo. 113 (W. Morrisey), 5.50. 3,60; She's Home. 113 (T. Atkinson), 4.00. Tim 113 2-n Rlls nf Riffh. His daughter, Waymark also ran. aecona race, ,uuv me uuuwi, second division, allowances. 3-year-old .fillies. .6 furlongs Half After. 113 (A. Kirkland). 5.00, 3.70, 3.00; Rains Came, 113 (J. Jessop). 13.60, 6.70; Darby Duma. 113 (H. B. Wilson), 4.60. Time 1.14 2-5. Also ran: Epi-Naza. Sewed Up, Jittery Jane, Darby Devon. Third race. S4.000, maiden three-year-olds and up, 1 1-18 miles Crack Time. 113 (J. Onorata). 12.10. 3.60. 3.60; Calvados. 113-(R. Permane). 5.30, 3.20; Chance Thread, 113 (3. Stout). 3.30. 'Timl 1 47 2-3. Also ran: Afreet. Sea Wolt, Alrusha. Fonda. Weathercock. Fourth race, $4,500, the lnwood Class D Allowances, 4-year-olds and up, fillies and mares, 6 furlongs Miss Drummond, 110 (J. Stout), 5.80. 4.20, 3.30; Vitamirt'Dee, 108j (I. Han-ford). 14.20, 8.20; Shrub, 108 (B. James), 8.50. Time. 1.12 4-5. Darby Delilah, Timore. Liberty Trite; Mah-moudess,' Sirlette, also ran. ! Fifth race, purse S4.500; allowances; two-year-olds; five furlongs.t Autofiy. iit itx iimHi -4 an 200. 2.40 Our Tommy, 112 (J. Jessop). 3,60, 2.70; Min Yim. 109 (R. Permane), 3.60. Time. 1.00 3-5. W. A. MooTe and Volatile also ran. Transair NARRAGANSETT First race, $2,300. allowances. 4-y ear-olds and up. 6 furlongs Cloudy Weather, 115 (F. Zehr). 6.40. '3-60, 2.40; Neverfret. 113 (J. Licausi). (1.60,-3.00; Reigh Star. 113 (F. Maschek), 300. Time 1 16. Also ran: China-Lady. Caid's Best. Pilot Light. Eleventh Hour. Pilate's Dream, Miss Flyer. Honey Thorn, Strolling Doni Second race. $2,500, maiden three-year-olds, six furlongs Linwood Blue, 118 (R. Nash). 13 40, 6.60. 4.60: Prince Canter. 113 (J. Licausi), 2.80. 2.80: Watch Word. 118 (N. Coulei, 11.00 Time 1.13. Also ran: SUvelsel, Peace Pipe, Range Rate, Ipso Bound, Nath, Excellence, Buck Sergeant, Ellen Val-Jean, Kate's Boy. Pally Double (1 and 2) paid $106.20. Third race, $2,400, maiden. 2-year-old fillies, 4 furlongs Little Stella 117- (F. Maschek), 6.60. 3.60,. 2.80; Fleet West 117 (M. Corona). 4. 20, 2.50i WalkuD 117 (H Sconza), 3.80. Time, ,.40. Also ran. Janaan W.. Jaynle R.. OQB l.TeSl, Eilicni Kill, disi.uui, ouii Doggie, Heliotrope, Creole Babe. Maid of Brand. - :' HAVRF. HF. GRACE, First race, purse - $2,300; special weights; maiden two-year-plds; lour jind one-half .furlongs. Mr, iPleat, 118 IA. Delarai, 7.70. 3.70, 3,0: Irenle, 118 (A. Snelllng), 3.30, 2.90;; Send Off. 113 (D.. Padgett), 5.30, Time, .56 3-3. Petee Wren, Big ; Affair, Rappahannock, and Trance Sleeper also ran. Second race, purse $2,300,; claiming. 4-year-olds and up, 6 furlong High Sir 109 (S. Austin), 26.40, 1330, 7.00; Tap Lightly 117 (C. Kirk), 12.40. 7.30: Traction 119 (S. Clark), 3.10. Time, 1.17 2-3. Veteran, Kimberley. Bay-Ictto. Miss Menow, Bellezxa. Tene-brose, Snooks Winters, Wise Step, and Wise Don, also ran., i Havre de Grace double Mr. Pleat and High Sir paid $189.80. f Third race, purse $2,300; special weights; maiden three-year-olds; six furlongs. Letty, 112 (J. j Bradley . 31.10. 17.20. 12.60; Insiderj- 117 (Tt. Bauer). 72.10. 34.20: Ceramic. 117 (W. Cook), 9.20. Time, 1.17 2-3 Stanley. Admiral's Call, Git, Escort, Black Tea. Bramblette, Wave Nurse and Dixie Sweep also ran. ; 31 29 10 2 .63 13 4 80 123 32 59 i 98 ; 66 ! 1.40 2.02 l' 54 r 35 , 30 107 88 5i B5 1.22 13 1.03 1.15 97V 23 7 20 2.80 82 4.50 71 ' 55 98 1.18 . 10',.' 200,000 Arrested As Drunks Since '34 ! ' . . . Beverage Rooms 5 O'clock' Edition Service. TORONTO, j April 26. (CP) Canada's liquor record is better than that of tke United States where arrests for liquor law violations and drunkenness last year numhered 800,000 and there were 1,077,399 arrests for offences connected' with alcoholic beverages, Dr. George Little of the Ontario Temperance Federation said today In a statement. Dr. Little said he estimated 200,000 arrests j had been made for drunkenness in Ontario since introduction of; beverage rooms in 1934. During; the same period arrests for liquor law 'violations and drunkenness in Canada came ttf abdut, 500,000. He .commented on a statement by Mrs. Leigh iColvini, president of (the United States Women's Temperance, Union, that in the United States on person in 54 is arrested irT ra year for drunkenness. "In Canada in 1943, the last year for which figures were available, one person in every 272 faced a charge of drunkenness. Their Majesties 23 Years Married LONDON, April 26. (Reuters) Officers and men of the King's guard at Buckingham Palace and St. James' Palace today drank the health of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth on the ,23rd anniversary of their marriage at Westminster Abbey. Flags5 !flew over; Government building and public offices in honor of the occasion but the King and Queen spent the day quietly at Windsor Castle. Former Champions Advance in Golf VIRGINIA WATER, Surrey, England, ! April 26. (CP) Four former British Open champions Henry Cotton, lfred Padgham, Reg Whitcombe arid Dick Burton were among those who survived the first round of match play today in the London Star's 1,500 ($6,675) ! golf tournament. Cottonj playing in' top form, was six under fours when he closed out W. b. Smither, 3 and 2. Padgham defeaited A G. Matthews! lj. up; Whitcombe eliminated his brother), Charles, on the 20th hole, and Burton beat A. J. Isherwo6d. 3 and 2. Ottawa Man Gets $900 Fellowship 5 O'clock Edition Service. William I. Illman, of Ottawa, a member )of the staff of National Research Council, and graduate of Western Ontario University, has been awarded a $900 Fellowship in pi'8y at University of Toronto. The award wan one of 14 totalling $89,830 announced today by the National Research Council. Fifty-nine Eligible I For Hambletonian 5 O'clock Edition Service. GOSHEN, N.Y., April 26.-F) Fifty-nine colts and fillies, 10 more than a year ago at this time, are eligible f6r the Hambletonian which will be j raced over the Good Time park on Aug. 7, Director William H. Cane said today. . The home stretch has been widened to! 96 feetiso that 12 horses may start abreast. Cane aatici- pates a field of hletoniaii, won Titan Hanover. . ( 3700 Un. Mining . 31 31 315 Unl. Corp. B 29 28 350 Un. Steel . II ' 40 2600 Upp Canada 2. 05 2.A0 M0 Venture. .13 3 flOO Watte Amul. 4 5 4.00 123', 133 25 for the Ham -a year ago by LadyAsfor Appraises Conditions in U.S. RICHMOND, Va., April 26. (P) Lady Nancy Astor speaking: On general' United States conditions "The condition of this country must be better than -the press reveals." On the press . and those appalling murder stories. I'm not at all surprised at juvenile delinquency. What sort of ideals are those ,4o hold up to people?" On the movies "Film actresses can't seem to get settled in matrimony or anything else." On radio "Though the British Broadcasting system is dull. It is at least decent and we don't sell everything If I were the women of America, I'd do something about,- the broadcasts." On t men" "The men of today can get away with murder." On young people "Young people of today hardly know right from wrong, with their broken homes-, war and bad examples." On older people (their duties) "Older people must put them (the younger folk) to thinking right or the youth can't put their lives to right." On Hitler's perfect women "Oh they looked brave and bus-tiferous enough." On the East End London counterpart of same "More guts than a whole regiment of German wo ,men." , ' ' .On the courage of our post-war convictions "If we don't have (them) 'we'll be blown to bits." Lady Astor spoke at the Virginia Federation of Women's Club's final convention V session here last night. - More Hopeful Now Of 'Big 4! Success LONDON, AprileReuters) Prospects of success for the Big Four Foreign Ministers'- conference in Paris Were seen as greatly iAcreased by political observers here today, following withdrawal of Soviet opposition to French presence during drafting of peace treaties Jor Eastern European . Axis satellites. This development, reported from Paris last night, Will make it possible to discuss the peace settlement as a whole and to negotiate mutual concessions over a wide- field, and will also spare delegates the awkward- task of asking ' the ' representatives of FrShcer-their host country -to leave the! conference room when certain topics are raised. It was pointed out here that Britain awlays recognized' a real French "interest in the East European peace settlement. Re-elect Directors Of Price Brothers QUEBEC, April .26. (CP) Re-ports were adopted 'and directors re-elected for a second consecutive! term at the annual 'meeting today of Price Brothers and Company Limited. No or e was named to succeed William R Good, Quebec, vice-president, who died last Wednesday. H. J. Symington; K.C.. Montreal, chairman of the board, 'said that the company's annual report was the best todate. Mr. Symington, said that preferred, stock of more than $6,000,-000 will be redeemcdnd new stock for $5,000,000 only will be issued. . 205 Walker. 140 Weston 4000 Yellorex 331 Brown 25 do. pf. 100 Cdn Marc 600 C W Lum 5045 Con Pap 1300 Foothi . 690 Int Pap . 1765 M and O 32 f no Curb. . . . 7?, 09 3,b 3.70 22 U Total aales: 1,018.000. ,1.65 1.60 26 V 31 r7(. Hi on on . 3,i 3i 3.60 3.60 21 22 U 1.60 55 '.4 2 Vt ?6'.i LATE CHANGES iAND ADDITIONS. 1400 MacDonald . l 4.25 3 90 4.25 7050 Malartlc 2800 West Mai. 28500 North Inca. 4000 Nib 520 Mclntyre . 357 Brown 5945 Cona Pap. 2,75 30 78 20 ',i 70; 7-! 22'. 2 2.60 28 75 !j 20 2iL 2.65 30 78 20 "'70 7',i 22 CANADIAN DOLLAR. NEW YORK, (April 26. The Canadian dollar; was unchanged at a discount o( 9' percent, irt terms of United! States funds In midafter toon foreign exchange dealings today. (Ottawa Foreign Exchange Board rates 9.09-9.51 percent, j discoiirtt.) The: pound sterling Was unchanged at $4.03 li. Dividends Declared H. Simon and Sons Limited, common. 30 Cents per share, preferred. SI. 25 peri share, payable June 1 to snarenoiaers ot record may 4. Canada I Malting Company Limited, 50 cents per share, payable June 15. ex-coupon June 113; coupon number 74 . i Fraser Companies Limited. 50 cents per share, payable! July 25 to. shareholders of record-! June 29. New York Central Shows $6,235,053 Deficit ' NEW YORK, April .26 UP) The New York Central Ralljroad System reported today- for the first 'quarter of 1946 a net deficit of $6,235,053,. compared with a net profit of $5,464,758 in the first three months of 1945. Operating expenses for March and three months ended March 31, the statement said, "reflect wage awards and related taxes of $14,843,155 and tax credit of $7,-' 873,000 resulting from carryback adjustments. Spain Says Enemies Cannot Investigate MADRID, April .J26. (JP) The controlled Spanish press, commenting on a proposal before the United Nations Security Council to send investigating commission to Sp&Uj, said today that representatives of "enemy" nations would not be allowed to enter this country, Browder and Nancy Take Plane to Sweden .NEW YORK, April 26. (Ph-Earl Browder, former general secretary of the Communist party in the United States left LaGuar-dia field today for Stockholm with 27 other passengers aboard the American Overseas Airlines flagship, "Washington". Browder ' refused! to discuss with reporters the reason for his trip , or if . he would visit other countries besides Sweden. Also aboard the 'plane was Mrs. Nancy Oakes de Marigpy, wif of Count Alfred de Marigny, now in Canada. She said she planned to visit friends In Stockholm and Copenhagen. Roxas Appears Winner In Filipino Election- - MANILA, April 28. (BUP) Manuel A. 'Roxas appeared assured of election today as the first president of the Philippine Republic on the basis 1 of official tabulations from 485 towns, including Manila. With 60 percent pf the votes counted, the election -commission announced these figures: Roxas, 723,674; Osmena, 619.107. Strike Halts Output Of Car Stampings OSAWA, Ont., April -26. CP A strike of more than 100 meri has halted production of automobile stampings at the Oshawa plant of the Skinner Company Ltd., F. V. Skinner, company president, said today.' , The men.: are members ol Local 222, United Automobile Workers of America (CIO); ; , The -union is asking for wage increases above the Labor Board ceiling, Mr. Skinner said, and the men have refused to work while the matter is discussed. MAJOR W. T. RODDEN. MONTREAL, April 26. CW Major William T. Rodden, onetime newsboy, telegraph operator.-explosives manufacturer, world champion horse breeder . ands founder of suburban Hampstead, died here yesterday. He was 80. Born in Ottawa, Major Rodden came to Montreal at the age of 12.' A lover of horses, he rode horseback every morning lor 30 years and exhibited world champion horses in 1911, 1912 and 1913. He enlisted in the First Great War at the age of 50. He. is survived by his widow whom he married . in 1899, a hother and two sisters. (; ON NARCOTICS CHARGE. MONTREAL, April 26. (CP) Charged with forging physicians' names on prescriptions to pharmacists to obtain narcotics, Paul La-belle, 26, pleaded guilty today and Was sentenced by Judge Rene Theberge to one year in jail, a $1,000 fine and costs or an additional six month's in prison. Harold Sylvestre, 48, pleaded guilty to a similar charge yesterday and will be sentenced April 30: CARRY 880 REFUGEES. , JERUSALEM, April 25. The French ship Champolllon brought 880 Jewish refugees with Palestine Immigration1 certificates t Haifa today from Marseille. Of the group, 500 were children, mostly orphans. BOD Y TOUNff AFTER TOE. EDMONTON, April 26- Body of David Hutcheson, 50, Edmonton, was found today by 'firemen and police searching through smouldering embers after a fire which broke out in. a South Edmonton business block, hadbeen brought under control shortly after midnight by. firemen respond-' Ing to a general alarm. ADDED TO DIRECTORATE MONTREAL, April 26. Harry A. Simon and Mark W. Simon : were added to j the board of directors at the annual meeting today of H. Simon and Sons Lirs-fted. Arthur Simon, president, told the shareholders that sales sn far this year are substantially ahead of 1945. JohKGrjahc-nfCr- STOCKS ONPS PR. CRUNCH Ichiro ppactor PRIVATE ' j 1 1 sz!c 1 Js3. i j 1 41 S . v topi. King l t.iiua .Sjn.lu ifv Mi'.nl.l ntlo niki,l 4.-2o m HUBERT T)ie doctor eau't set in, today his) wife has been Spring cleaning, (too T " j " , 1 ' R. D. Steers & Company Inixtlment Ifealen Bank of Toronto Builiing 101 SPARKS ST. ll s ROSytCOMAMnr J I. r in ' I ' 1 . . . G I VE to conquer The maioritv of cancer cases can be cured if diagnosed in early stages sind properly treated. Help to cut down cancer's tollv Give to conquer cancer. s 1 Contributed by" Bright's Wines Limited

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