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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. JANUARY 7. 1921 THE LETHHKIDPF TUIl.Y RERAUI PAGE MARKET REPORTS LETHBRIBOE GRAIN PRICES Prlcei paid today lor irwn In UtU- waion loin Wheat .....'...............11.0" Oats Barley ......................69 Klax 1-M Rye...................... 1.25 Winnipeg Griln MirHst ctroas demand for cash stuff and the ltirR> prepjiums being offered, continue tu leaturo the wheat market. Early iu the session the premium was 19 cents, basis No. 1 northern In store Fort William, but It eased off later to.7 1-2 cents. These premiums had the ef- Joct of brlnuing out greatly increased offerings. Eastern and UuRed States millers were the principal bid- ders. The undertone of the future market in very strong, and the trudo, it is de- clared, is looking for tho May price to work upwards. Today, after open' ing slightly si encountered, which caused ket tn ease off sharply.. Later prii back to around the opening. sheep. The feature of the market wai hoes. Yesterday paid !or selects off cam. Today the would not otter nny'vhing better than 115.50 and no lales wero recorded up to the noon hour, although there wero more than SCO.hogs in the yards. Steers topped at 58, with medium o'good to und common rom to Cows topped ,.6.75; medium to good from 15.60 to .i.do'and common from to 55.25. good, wero sold from ?5 to J5.50, and calves, medium to good from }7 to (8.50. Stackers and feed- ers, medium to sood, were 6 to J? and common to 15.75. Wethers, good, brought 18.25. Livestock WINNIPJXV, Jan. Uvesioelc of cat- tle 400 and hoes 400. TradinK was generally active and brisk on tho cat- tle market thia morning. Choice butcher heifers to if8.25; tair seUlne was to good to bulk best butcher 1 the mar cows ?7 to fair 55.50 to lU.CO; ,ater prices killins steers, fair to good_ .The close was unchanged. A continuation ot dullness in the course grain markets was reported to- JS.25; cholca to JC.BO to J7.50. The sheep and Itmb markets wore quiet, due to lack of receipts. with tho prices holding firm. Packers were Melding for selects There are considerable stocks, but on, the hog market, but local butchers tew offers arc being received at tjae: and outside buyers opened from present prices. n-U'D to fU.M Oats closed 1-Sc lower; barley 1-Sc Toronto Stocks Wgher; liar. higher and rye Id TORONTO, Jan. recov. bulk iigher. Quotations: i Open. 100% DATs- May 67% May.............. SSTi Hay.............. 211VJ Hay.............. 1C7 Cash Prices WHEAT- NO. 1 No. 2 Nor. Ko. I! Nor...184% No. 4 Nor. No. 5 ......163% No. 6 Feed .........................139% cry was made by Atlantic Sugar on the Toronto stock, exchange this morn- Close j Sugar rail up to 27 1-3 on sales 1S9T4 of 23-share lots, but cased off to 26 1-8 i towards the end of the mornina. for a net gain of 1 1-8. C.P.R. was buoy- ant, closing strong for au advance ot 1 1-S. In the unlisted section Brompton added a large fraction. Victory bonds wore strong. 1 Chicago Livestock CHICAGO, Jan. receipts beef steers steady; better grades moving slowly; nothing choice sold early; bulk around to 212 .178% Track, Manitoba, Saskatchewan .193% No. 3 C.W... 50 50 No. 2 feed.. 45 calves steady with yesterday's close. Hogs, receipts strong to lOc higher than yesterday's average; pigs steady to strong; bulk 90 to 130 pounfls. Sheep, receipts fat lambs 23c higher. New York Stocks NEW YORK Jan. steels, motors and oils wore most fav- ored in the early .dealings on the stock exchange today. Atlantic Gulf common rose a fraction and the pre- New Administration Doubted Loyalty of Ventzeligt Officers ATHENS, Jan. ion- eruli and more thin 200 colonels were appointed to tho Greek army today to replace adherents of former Premier Vonljelos. In view of the movements In Thrace and Constantinople, doubts ware entertained'o! the loyalty ot the Venizcliat officers and It was decided to retire them on pay, their places be- ing filled with men whose loyalty to King Constantino was beyond doubt. Demelrios Gounaris, the war left Athens last night to inspect the forces iu Thraco. JABTINO TO COMPEL HUSBAND TO JOIN HER CHURCH DANVILLE. OB the moralnt of her fortletU day of In an attempt to Induce fccr husband to join her ckurcB.; Mrs. Ernest S. HaYrtmton today, for the tirst time, appeared to'hava slight fever. Sbe continued to clulm had taken no fowl her faet began and eland inUnds continuing the tut Mill her husband's Jinan Kittened. Retail Shops In Alberta Under Factory Ad LORD MAYOR WAS DISGUISED AS A LABORER NORFOLK, Va., Jan. story .......___ ot how the ateamer Prince Andrew, brother ot Cotistan- caaiion Cork, for his secret passage tine, was among new generals named, while frince ChrtstopTier, also :i brother of the king, was made a colonel. Premier Rhallii stated today that he did not expect United States bank- ers to make a loan to Greece at this time, but that he hoped to'negotiate one through British financiers. ELECTION TOBELIVEl! Possibility of Five Candidates Makes Result Very Doubtful OTTAWA, Jan. Tho prime minister arrived back in Ottawa fliis morning from his trip and later presided at a meeting of the cabinet couucil. With his re- turn, preparatory work for the ses- sion will begin in earnest. Estimates are in hand in the various depart- ments and, it is will short- ly be ready for submission. The legis- lative program for the session also is receiving consideration. This is not j expected to be heavy, the main fea- turo. of .course, being the proposed j tariff revision. With evidence oil in. I ferreii almost two points.- Crucible es.cept some formai memoranda still! added 1 3-4 points to yesterdays vig- to be submitted, the tariff commission >rous rally and Willys-Overland pre- wlll now able to begin the actuai and Alberta OATS- NO. 2 C.W... 63 Ex. No. 1 feed No. 1 feed.. 48" Track BARLEY- NO. 3 C.W... 31H No. 4 C.W... 80% Feed 60% S3% FLAX- No. 1 N, W. C.................204 No. 2 C.W...200 No. 3 C.W... 177 Track ....................'...204 RYE__ No. 2 C.W. '....................165% MARKETS y. Geo T Rock Island also were .firm to strong. Chicago Grain Market j Moderate reactions were made CHICAGO. Jan; that II. S. Rubber, General Electric the exportable surplus of wheit in Ar-1 Utah Copper. __ ,......___ irentlna and Australia would total I Investment rails advanced later, the to tiie 8es6j0n The prime division, also Reading, Nor- j by Hon. Hug to this country, was told by Daniel O'Ciillaghan, lord mayor of Cork, who came here yesterday from New- port News, with Peter MacSwinay, brother of the late lord mayor. "Getting aboard ship was not so difficult as it may seem." O'Callaghan. said. "Dressed" as a laborer, I hung around the docks for about an hour, watching my chance. Many of the crew were absent from.1 tho ship and when I saw my. chance; I climbed a ladder and slipped aboard and into the "hold." He added that MacSwIney had boarded the ship ahcart of him. After hoarding ship, O'Callagban said be re- mained concealed for seven days in a bunker nntil driven out by seasick- ness. TURN DOWN THE AUTO DEALERS OTTAWA, Jan. government of Canada has refused to grant the request of automobile dealers for a refund -of the luxury tax ou unsold cars in stock on December 20, when tho luxury tax was" removed, accord- ing to an announcement made today by the retail merchants' association of Canada, It i'J understood that automobile manufacturers will en- deavor to devise some scheme where- by relief can be granted the dealers. An announcement in this connection is expected in a few days. 1'erred topped tho list at an advance of five points. American Woolens, Mexican and Pan-American petroleum, Industrial Alcohol, Bethlehem Steel, American Can, Union Pacific and work of preparing its recommenda- tions. Then will come consideration by the cabinet council with subse- quent submission to the house of the government's proposals. bushels had a bearish effect i Pacifi today on the wheat market.' Selling I folk a and Western, anfl New York Cen. Was rather general, opening prices, I tral gaining 1 to 2 points. Mexican which ranged from 1 1-4 to 2c lower, 1 Petroleum and International Paper with March 172 to 172 1-2, and May j featured the higher specialties. The 166 to 166 1-2, were followed by a closing was'strong. Wall Street p.m. Trading expanded at mid-day when There is every indication, from vicea received here, that the nye- electlon contest in West Petereboro will provide an entertaining prolude minister, ipanied by Hon. Hugh Gtithrie, Sensible People in wil'H of life have {or a long'time uaM Beecham's which enioy' popularity. are reliable and contribute to the Bialnienince of When jrou bUiouaneu or constipation BEECHAM'S piiic .f and than material further decline lomethins of a rally.. reflected the action of wheat. jMexican Petroleum rebounded hrisk- After opening 1-8 to 3-4c lower in- ly and Vanadium and Replogle stsels eluding May at 74 5-8 to 75 the mar- rose three points each. Low priced tet underwent an additional sag and i rails were unusually actiVe, especial- then recovered somewhat. I ly New Havea, St. Paul preferred, Oats avere weak with other cereals, j Texas and Pacific and Pere Marquette, etartlng 1-8 to 3-So May 48 ?4 to j at gains ot 1 to 2 iioints. 48 7-8 and later a little more. N.Y. Fundt In the provision market quotations NEW YORK, Jan. el- on hogs failed 'to prove more than a j change temporary influence, being soon over-i cables balanced'' by. the weakness of grain. I Closing Futures Wheat-1-March 171 3-4; May 164 3-4. strong; ?3.64 1-2; demand ?3.63 3-4; Canadian dollars 14 11-16 per cent, discount. Bar Silver NEW YORK, Jan. domestic 99 1-2; foreign 66 3-4. minister of militia, will leave for that during the week-end and open the government campaign there on Monday." With four candidates in the field, and a fifth, likely, the constitu- ency will flooded with speakers and the result is likely to be much in deubt. The remaining the' cab- inet are expected back by the end of the month. Sir George Foster, who headed .'the Canadian delegation at Geneva, is to he here on Sunday. Hon. C. J. Doherty, who was also a mem- ber of. the Canadian delogation to the League of Nations, and Hon. J. A. Calder, who hn.s been resting in Ber- muda, will, be in Ottawa again shortly. 74 1-2; July 75 3-8. Oats- May 48 3-4; July 48. Closinq Sales Niw York Close Cash NEW YORK, Jan. 1 hard 185 1-2. C. P. R. 117 1-2; U. S. steel 83 1-2; U. No. 2 mixed 68 1-2 to 69 1-2; No. 3 S. steel preferred 109 34, yellow 09 to 70. 2 white j Montreal Stocks 47 to 47 3-4; No. 3 white 45 1-2 toi MONTREAL, Jan. local 46 1-4. Edmonton Livestock j stock exchange was stronger at its opening this morning and trading was EDMONTON, Jan. brisk. Abitibi rose a point overnight (Livestock receipts I to 56 1-2. .Atlantic Sugar which rose