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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TOESDAT. FEBRUARY 1, THF! T.FTTTPPTTV.r1 DAILY. MARKET REPORTS nothing doing In the coarse grains. There Is no buylnc support for any of the Iruius and val- No. 1 Alfalfa, Sad cutting .....J10.00 Ko. 1 Alfalfa, 1st cutting 19.00 wheat. Oats No. 2 to 18.00 barley H to Ic lower, flai to HAY MICM (furnished by Farm Products, Ltd.. No. 1 lilxed timothy and alfalfa 24.00 Light miied 20.00 to 22.00 No. 1 Bluejoint, irrigated 25.00 to n.OO No. 1 Timothy, irrigated 10.00 Wheat Straw (I wires) 10.00 Oat Straw .............10.00 to 12.00 Car lots, f.o.b. Coaldale ot Lethbrldce. LtTHBRIDGE GRAIN PRICES Prices paid today for grain in Lett- bridge, wacoa load loU fallow: Wheat Flm 1.60 Oats......................28 Barley Rye .....................1JH> Winnipeg Grain Murkati Feb. heavy liquidation In all gralni was contin- ued today, wheat prices being sharp- ly lower and coarse grains moderate- ly lower In sympathy with wheat. After opening wheat dropped until 165% was touched, when there was Borne reaction. At the low of the lower and rye Ic lower. Quotations May...... July....... May......, July...... May...... July...... July....... May...... Open 173 Close 48% tt 73 184 153 Cilh Prices IBS 17SW 178% 1 Nor......171% 2 Nor......168% 3 Nor......164% 4 Nor......158% 5 Nor......145% Nor......130% Feed .......................120% Track, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta ................170% morninOlay wheat showed a loss of _ _. about 37 cents a bushel from January J Trade seems to be BRainst any Ei. No. 1 1 Feed Feed advance at the present time, and there is no domestic or export demand to offset tlio liquidation with prices de- clining without much opposition. Wheat futures closed 0 to 6M.O lower. T_.k The cash market for wheat waa today. Offerings continued Track......... 3 C. W.....17 Feed 2 Feed 4 C. W. very light and the demand was not quite so keen. Premiums were 1 to 2c easier. Cash wheat closed 6 to 8c Jower. Condemned..................135 Track RYE- NO. 2 c. w. ..................154 Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Feb. econ- omic conditions had a depressing in- fluence today on the .wheat market. Downturns In foreign exchange count- ed also as a bearish factor. Open- Ing prices ranged from 3-4 to 1 3-4c lower with March 159 to 159 1-2 and May 146 1-2 to 147 1-2. and were fol- lowed by a slight rally and then a downturn much lower than before. Oats opened weak, l-4c off to l-4o higher with May 41 1-8 to 41 1-4 and later weakening all around. Close Cash 3 red 183; No. 1 ratted 168. 2 mixed (1 to J3; No. 3 yellow 82 to 63. 2 white to 39; No. 3 white 38 to FtrtuNf IBS; May 14SKf July WM. 41; July Ciljary LIvtttMk CALGARY, Feb. cattle mar- ket was barely steady with few out- side buyers operating today. Prices look to'he slightly weaker. Receipts: for some time I could walk alone, Cattia 3; hogs 90. Stesrs Now I am better than I have been for topped at with 16 averaging the last four I am on my 11060 pounds 17.75, one 1340 at JS. Needed a Chair to Help Her to Walk NOW MRS. EASTCOTT IS PRAIS- ING DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS Port Lady who suffered from Rheumatism and Heart Trouble Tells how She Found Relief. Port Ont, Jan. the thousands of women In Canada who sing the praise ot Dodd's Kidney Pills, none is more en- thuslastlo than Mrs. S. Kastcott, a well-known and highly respected resi- dent here. And Mrs. Eastcott Is al- ways ready to tell the reason why. "I liave been a great sufferer from rheumatism and heart trouble tor the last four she says, in telling Jrer story. "I doctored and tried all Icirfils ot treatments, but got no good results. I got go bad I had to walk with a chair. "After taking Pills FLAX- NO. 1 N. W. 41% 36% 45% 83% 52% 72, C. 2 0. W S C. W. .140 Tiny Dose and Baby Is Happy fHE Bodleian gutter lor her own constlpttlon la seldom the right medicine for her baby. Thousands of Mothera for thirty yean past living babin Cr. Caldwell'l Laiatlvi Syrup PepBlo, which Is a combination ofdmDleBerbt with nenln. The full formula is on This remedy U mild and and not Brine. It containa no oarcofica. Half a tea- ipoonful will relieve constipation, bil- lousnefiS; fcverlshneas, colds and many other symptoms that indicate Inactive hovels. Mother, a sixtr-eent bottle will last you months, and U It doesn't do an claimed your money will be refunded. If you would lilt U tea Dr. CM- well's Laxative Syrup Pepsin free of charge buying it in the regular u'aj druggist, sendyour name anl address to Dr. W. B. CaUurll, 19 Front Street, Britefrurj, Ont., promptly, postpafcj. eighth box and will continue to take Dodd's Kidney Pills till I am perfectly well." Rheumatism and heart trouble are both caused by sick Kidneys. The weakened Kidneys fail to do their full of straining the impurities out of the blood and the trouble begins. Tho rational treatment is to strength- en the Kidneys so they can remove the cause of tho disease. Ask your neighbors if Dodu's Kid- ney Pills are not the help sick Kld- neya are crying CGZEMA I ment for Eczema anA ___ ____ lions. It relieves at once and gnidu- ally heali the skin. Saiunlo boi Dr. Ointment free if you mention this paper and send 20. stamp for postage. GOo. a box; all dealers or EdBiauMn, Bates Limited. Toconw. Toa are not experiment- 1 n u w u c Q you use Clmsa'zt Oint- Skln Irrita- Two cows averaging 1340, Bulk of cow sales '16.60 to Stockers and feeders steady with bulk ot Bales 10.50 to 16.75. No hogs sold. Price asked J15 off cars for selects. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Feb. cattle, 3SO hogs and 270 sheep. With only a handful of offerings (or dis- posal trading was decidedly quiet on the cattle market, with quotations) in line with yesterday's close. Killing steers, medium to good to female butchers, fair to good to 6.00. The remainder of sales consist- ed of a few feeder steers, ranging from B.OO to 6.00. On tho sheep and lamb market the offerings consisted mostly of mutton sheep and the bulk of th'ese were dis- posed of at 6.SO. Hogs firm. Selects 14.50. Toronto Livestock TORONTO, Feb. Start the Children Right Teach them the happi- ness of Saving the pleasure of the wisdom of Providing for tha future. Open a Savings Account for each child each is sufficient) and pay them for any work they do, depositing their earnings in their Savings Account. They wilt appreciate the value of work, and just what a dollar (or in effort and rauaclo. MERCHANTS BANK Office :MontrML OF CANADA 1864, hkAlwcr .1 Mould, open ud Cattle 925; mar- ket blow and unchanged. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO, Feb. receipts beef steers and butcher stock dull, tendency weak to Iftwer; bulk beef steers- 7.25 to 8.40; bulk butcher cows and heifers 5.00 to 6.00; veal calves opening steady; bulk good and choice light vealers 11.00 to 11.50. Hogs, receipts lights active, steady; others fairly active, steady to lOc lower than yesterday's average; pigs steady to strong; bulk desirable 90 to 125 pounds pigs 10.00 to 10.50. Sfceep, receipts generally steady on all killing classes; early lamb top 9.85. Toronto Stocks TORONTO, Feb. sales of over 500 shares, Toronto Railway Proved the feature trading on the stock exchange this morning. A high mark ot 70 was reached during the course of the trading. also noted in Brazilian, while C.P.R. failed to hold yesterday's gain, losing half a point at 132. Bell Telephone was strong at 10S 1-2. Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Feb. only im- portent feature on the local stock exchange during the oarly trading this morning