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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 12, THE LgTHBMPCB DAPT HERALD MARKET REPORTS HAY {Furnished by Farm Products, Ltd., Lflthbrldgo) No. 1 Alfalfa, 2nd culling.....J20.00 No. 1 Alfalfa, 1st cutting 19.00 No. Alfalfa...........1G.OU to 1S.IM No. 1 Mixed timothy and vlfalfu Lifht mixed...........20.00 to 22.00 1 Feed ___ 43K 2 Feed ___ 39% 3 C. W.....8-1V4 4 0. W.....09 U Feed........................ Ditt Track NO, i N. w. c. No. 1 Bluejolnt, irrigated L'S.OO to 2 C. W.....182-lt 3 C. No. 1 Timothy, irrigated, to J2U Wheat (3 wires) 10.00 Track.................. Straw.............10.00 to 12.00 Ov lota, f.o.h. Conldalfl or Lethbridge. LETMBRIOOE CHAIN PRICES Prices paid today for grain In wagon load lots follow; i Wheat ...............11.5-1 Flax.................. 1.87U Oats 4.........32 1 Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG, Feh. local No. 2 C. W...................102% Chicago Livestock 'CHICAGO, Feb. receipts' 400; compared with a.week ago, bet- ter grade beef steers and feeder stock 25 to GOc higher; top steers 10.25. Hogs, receipts 7000; light and light lights 10 to 20c higher; butchers strong to lOo higher than yesterday's average; top 20U pounds down U.50 to 10.00. Pigs steady. us did Mlantli! Sugar 33 1-2; Braz Ulna unibMnfud at 34 :M; Hromplon 1-4 lower at 52 1-2; I 3.4 points higher at II, and Breweries un- changed at 1-4. Other issues were quiet. Q. T. K. MONTUKAU Feb. Trunk lUilway (ruffle for the week ended February 7, In- crease wheat market was devoid of any. [ea-l Kheep receipts 3000; for week, fat Hire today, as is usual with American I lambs generally lower. Uwes 50t. markets closed and trading was at I lower; feeding lambs 75e lower. very low ebb. Prices were fraction-] Winnipeg Livestock ally easier, but Quotations were really WINNIPEG. Feb. 100 only nominal throughout the grefiter cattle, 120 hogs and 55 sheep. The part of the .session. Cash premiums cuttlo market was very dull and it is were a cent lower, but offerings -were likely that the few cattle on hand will I of the smallest .character. Futures i be carried over for Monday's trade, j cloaed to lower. On the sheep and lamb 'market the Tho coarse grains were eiceptiou- rally dull. Trading in futures was ot the smallest volume with narrow Hue- tuatlons. Oats closed KC lower; bar- :ley 196u lower; unchanged and rye %c lower. Quotations Open Close May ijuly 16911 16854 I May J.-..-., 51 -'July 51% .July 771; [July 77% 192% 19G (May 1 Nor, 1 Mor, C Nor, Cash Prices 2 Noj- 4 Nor 6 Nor. JTrack, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta 3 C. W. 49'4 3 C. W.___-1514 iVx. No. 1 Feed................. -15% lambs which were disposed of at j The hog market opened weaker, packers bidding 513 for selects. ft Toronto Stocks TORONTO, Feb. ad-j vances were not so pronounced as in yesterday's active trading on the To-! routo stock exchange, trading this j morning resulted in'a. continuance 01'i tho upward movement with occasional setbacks caused by profit taking. Toronto Railway was tho most pro-' minent stock, making a new high for i the movement at 7-1, a net gain ot 2' points from yesterday's close. Bra zillan was again active, closing frac-1 tlonally higher at 35 Vi- Canada Steamships issues were' again weak in spots while Tueketts showed a disposition to weaken after yesterday's rise. prices for War and Victory [tnds were as follows: I War loan: 1925. D-i'S: 1937. i Victory 19''3 1924, 1933, 9SV-; 1931, 95V j 1937, Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Feb. local stock market was only moderately :u--' tive during the early trading ihis: morning. Ahitibi lost a half to 50 1-2 Old Country Football Scores LONDON', l-'cb. As- loclated an internationiil soccer game today, Scotland defeated Wales by two to one. GLASGOW, Feb. Associated cup tic international games today resulted as follows Armadale 2; Bo'ncns 0. Bast Fifo 2; Stevenson 1. Clydebank 0; Alloa 0. -LONDON, Feb. As- sociated of league games played today follows First Division Villa 1; Sunderland 5. Bradford 3; Middleshro 0. Burnley 2; Derby County l. Chelsea :i; West Brom. "Albion" 0. i Liverpool 2; Bradford I'. J...-. Manchester U. I; ICvcrtou Newcastle U. 1; lluddersfleld o. i Olilha-m A. 1; Arsenal I. i Preston N.B. 1; Bolton W. Sheffield I'. 1; Blackburn n. 1. Tottenham H. 2; .Manchester C. 0. Barusley (I; Cardiff City 2. i Bristol C. 2; Fulham 0. Bury 1; Wcstham U. 2. j Clapton O. 1; Birmingham 1. Hull City 1; stoke 1. Nottingham 1; Leicester C. 2. Port .Vale .1: Notts Count-.- L1. Kotherhuui C. 0; Dlnck'poiil 2. South Shields 2- Stnchport C. 3; Leeds Cnitcil I. Wolverhamptou 1; Coventry c. 0. PACK FIVE HIS Hff JUMEB IT Mini. Util TvM am. niAHK HALL Ontario. "For some two year.-, I was a mfTerer from Oironic Conuipaiion and Dyspepsia. I tried, ererr remedy I heard of without any success, until the- wife ef a laco{ merchant recommended I procured a box of 'Fruit-a-tires' mid began tfec treatment, and my condition commenced to improre. Immediately. The Dyspepsia ceased to be the burden of my life as 1 was freed of Constipation. I feel that out a great dfht 'Fruit-a-tites' for the beaelit I derived from FRANK HALL. 50c.ii box, 6 for trial sizo 25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Jfjuit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa, Frank R. Beatty Named By President to Help Handle 1921 Crop HAVANA. Feb. It. Beatty of the Hoyal Hank of Canada, will represent tho bankers interested In tho Cuban sugar situation on a flpeelal commission of seven men which has been appointed by presi- dential decree to have charge of all operations regurdiiiK tho sale and shipment ot tho 1920-2i sugar crop. Tho organization is to bo known as the sugar finance committee. Other' members represent tho producers of I tho island, while tho organization also! includes a member of the cabinet aa' reprosentativo of tho Cnban public interests. The decree appointing the coimnis- i slon which was published in the offi-j CRANBROOK BULLETIN LONDON, Feb. 12. King