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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER LETHHRIPGE DAILY HERALD PAGE VIVB MARKET REPORTS '______, LETHBRIDGE GRAIN PRICES today idge, Wagon lots Oa's 31 llarley K5e UO Flax i.. 169 Winnipeg, Grain by exporters featured the 'local, caia market today. 'Tne premlunia; were well mamtalned.iinany UJK received at lo >fo 1 northera lie orer tor future.; -While the waboard. con tlnueg to1 show a keen desire to buy Manitoba wheat that' la neadlng for the seaboard' or lower ports, It appears to be largely old buElnesi .The clone was 1 fi-8 to 2 D8o loner, Moose Saskatoon' Dublin The coarse gram our let wu tremely balllsb and Terr narrow Oats dewed X 1-3 to 1C low er, barley 13 to i Sue lower, to i 1 Jc lowet and rye i to to lower Quotations WHEAT December......... ,r trlbuted lo the seaboard. Trading In May delivery-of waeati began and as eipecled the price was at a moderate dlicouat compared alarcb Openlag taoiauoua muKtu 1 S-4 to lower with December. 164 1J to and March. 160 13 to, ind ita rally In aome followed other ovmiH j-4 to lr tower wilt) May tl 1-t 3-4 and lata tacclnc CMt> doe. 3 red Mfc-Xo. 71 greater conJUenco The T Mllbum Co, Limited, To ronlo, Buying Days CHRISTMAS cattle Market steady-'on choice. Ten [day I saw Norway, Pine real choice steers sold at Very 6yrup much, I money, most butcher steers selling j a 60c and It complete to (650 choice heifers 11) relieved me _l cannot praise 'Dr celling and tulk to (Wood's' enough {or what It4dld Feeders steady good selling to of my neighljors are It for choice veal calves Most colds of the calvea coming In ara heavy Dont accept a Dr and selling around Wood's Norwaj Pino Syrupi Hogs, receipts Z29 One qholce loud "ln? J3 ln a 'ellow wrapper, of lambs so! J morning at 00 I three piae trees the mark, most sales to Yearlings and 60c, manufactured only 50 to ;s 50 and choice ewes 60 lo ?700.- Montreal MONTREAL Dec. local- slock exchange wis very quiet at its opening this morning and praclicall} no Iradlng took place during halt hour Abitlbi was a 12 point higher at 56, while Atlantic Sugar re mained steady at 20. NY. 'NEW YORK, Dec 15 sales H2 18, US Steel 73, US SteW preferred 106 N.Y. Fundj NMV TiORK, em' change strong Demaml cables Canadian dollaro 14 3-S per cent, discount. ..Toronto Stocks Dec de a firmer tendencj In trading, oa the Toronto stock cicliange tnis' morntag and prices generally ruled at levels slightly hlghervthan yester I day Abitibi although only traded i IT (o the extent of 25 shares, wast higher at 6fi, but steam- ships lost, 1 point at 43 12 There was a little change in. Victory loan prices "Player's for Me Every __ te-daii. PLAYER'S NAVY CUT for Classes T. CilltUi StM RtHi mthiJa tf the Clm1! (Continued-from Front Page' sound British i ruent. nnil tho right I of Ihe proTlnces to the ownership o! Ibo public domalu, and right to compensation for such j lions of Ihe same as hirve been alien- atsd (or the general benefit of Canada. t 'tUnltoba claims that the 'prairie proy luces had a rlght'to.tbo unreslrlctel MjeneBclal control of public lands wlth- lin their boundaries as from tfio date [of provincial organization, or respona- Iblft Bovernment. There has been ft inlsfeprcsentallon of the. joint proposal of ,llie .Ibre? jweslofn 1913 ;ths.f ths naluraf resources sHonld'' be giv.en back and tbe anmial'suMdy conllniieil as bRfore, but- to bo' considered flg compensalion resources' already itllbn.i'.cd. This was mistaken (or on adjtist tbe qv.estton of pro- yliitlal. and "Ibe relurn natural resources nnd'loirto tho irf- citislon o( tbo other p'rovinces.fh Issue which- concerns only: the Inlon government and ftio loi.lre consjilere'd now however, was that; of relui'ri'of ttio nalnral" resourced and compeneailon for Ihose ivhtcn been alienated the purposes i'oi thl The appeil lo sound llutlsh con. stlttitlonM was mailo ,For the young folks or the persomjust starting out to save their earn- ings, there is no safer of surer way of building up a savings account than investing in Alberta 5 Per Cent. Savings Certificates person with a hundred dollars or more, up to tha big investor, no better in- vestment will be found than Alberta Ten Year 6% Gold Bonds Issued In denominations of ?100, and-bearing Interest'at the. rate of 6 per cent per antinro payable by coupon half lat of and 1st of November. This >fonn of saving.8nd investing Is desirable for all former, the- wage earner or business proprietor, the person on medium or big salary. It-.U equally attrac- tive to all. .If you have a hundred dollars or more, buy ALBERTA TEN YEAR GOLD BONDS. They earn 6 per cent, interest. Tho principal irilh Interest Deputy Provincial Hon. C. R. MITCHELL, W. V, NEWSQN; Provincial Treasurer'.- Deputy Provincial .Treasurer 'EDHONTONrALBERTA ;