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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, .TANUARY 22, 1914 THE LETHBRIDCxE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN , local GRAIN MARKETIi Today's wheat prices : Nc. 1 Noilluii-n.......... 6u No. 'J, Nortliarii.......... 63 No. 3 Northorn.......... 60 No. 4 Northarn............ 55 No r. Norfch&rn.......... 49 No. 1 Red............... 66 No. 2 Reel............... 6;i No. ?. Red............... 60 No. 1 Red............ No. 5 Red............... 'B THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Mmi., Jan. 22.-Seldom hn:^ tlicre been a duller morning on the Winnipcfc!; grain exdianso. The MU'.ri.et, hardly moved until noon, whiT; there Was a siiflening ot wheat [irit-rs and some show of activity. Oats were ((uiKt �>t a siiRht advance, lhi>; was .steady and dull. ': lu'j'R is no change in the cash sit-union, and export husiness is quiet. ificeipts wTre 86 cars inspected and I'.if cars in sight. Ai.inican receipts-Minneapolis 2(t5 CO IS ; Duluth 16 cars, and Chicago r>2. ' iverpool market closed unchanged to ; up ; Paris 1} to IJ up ; Berlin -i '   Budapest !} up, and Antwerp il U) IJ up. '�"�i-re were no deliveries through tl'f "learing house, Wheat- Open Close .Ian............................ 85 J Mnv ........................... flO,V 90J Julv ........................... m 92g Oats-Jan............................ 33.V Jlay ........................... 38J 3fii July ........................... 37i 371 Kiax- Jan............................ .27,V May ........................... 1.331 1.33^ July ........................... 1.38?. CASH PRICES Wheat-No. 1, Nor................... 85i No. 2 Nor................... �'l No. 3 Nor................... 811 No. 1 ........................... VfiJ- .No. 5 ........................... 71 No. B ........................... 65 Feed ........................... fiO Winter Wheat- Xo. 1........................... 85J Xo. 2 ........................... 84 No. ,3 ........................... 81i Oats-No 2 C. W................. 32} No. 3 c. w................. Ex. No. 1 Feed .......... .31j Harley- No. 3 .'.......................... U\ No. 4 ........................... 40 Feed ........................... 37i Ketpcted ..................... 38" Flax-No. 1 N. W. C........... 1.274 No. 2 C. W............... 1.24^ MINNEAPOLIS Wheat- l^lay ......,................... 87J 88J Julv ........................... Mh 89i CHICAGO JMay ........................... 92 H2J 'July ........................... 87J. 88J WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK MARKET Winnipeg, Man., .Tan. 21.-Today at tho livestock yards, choice hutohor Bteers were in keen demand, and for real good cattle prices advanced 15 cents per hamtnasted schooner, Prescott Pttlmer. were iploked up by a steamer, which landed them at Bermuda today, according to a cablegram received by the dwnem. The schooner WB� abandoned during severe �tona of lasi VMk, 21,600,000 EGGS Were shipped into Alberta the Past Year on a The Letlibricige proportion, at rate of 35 cents per dozen, represents a daily loss of $172.50 to our district for each day of the year. C. J. Eckstorm DALLAS HOTEL : : ; s J LETHBRIDGB 16 ;