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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY 22. mt\ / ;�AY PRIjpBS �; fmlaUdd .'by Farnf Prod^oti; ua., .Lethbrtdjto) h" , 1 tlmbbhy, ii-rWM ;...-|S�.00 TKfo. 2 Timothy.............. 26.00 iio. 1 Alfalfa, 2nd ctitUng____ 20.00 Uo. 1 Alfalfa, lat cutting .... 19.00 No. 2 AUkJfa................ 18.00 Ho. 1 AltSlfa Meal.......... 38.00 Xo. 1 Blue Joint, Iriisatsd ... 24.00 'No. 2 Blue Joint* irrigated____ 22.00 par lotB, f.o.b. Coaldale or L4 V 52% 51% 76 198 . ao2 so 785/i 201 203% 167% BARL.HY- '0,la.y....... 'July...... ' VUAX- May........ July....... RYE- May.............. 167% CMh Prtoes WHKAT- No. 1 Nor... 190 No. 2 Nor...187 No.'3 Nor.. .183- No. 4 Nor.-^ 175 No. 5 ___________163^ No. 6 ......146% Pelh ............, .........137% Manitoba, "Saakatchewon and Alberta........................188% OATS- No. 2 C.W... IhO. 3 C.W... 45% Ex. No. 1 feed'_______.......... 45% No. I'feed... 43%i No. 2 feed.. 40 Track ........ ......--------- BO Makmaa Family Sapply .;' of Cough' Remedy AeaUr better. rriOr^ma^m cowli cyrups, and MTetraboat ft. io. 3 C.W.f. 88  No.i;C;,W... 72 Feod ,r......v 61 Ti%ck .......^-i '..yj?^.... 82 FLAX- No. 1 N. W. C.................193% No. 2 O.W.,.189% N,o. 3 O.W...166 Condemned..........., ,,....161 Track ......,.....,\..t.'...194 RYE- No. 2 C. W. ,.......A........162 Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Jan. 22.-Oflering�v ot_ wheat were light,today and prices, ad-' Tonced two points before the upturn was checked.. There..was a general rush of short" covering *nd. commis Blon house buying at the outset, while on the bulgo t1ifro'^a'B'apm& telling attributed to the same interest that has been credited with soliing freely for some days pait, A report from Central Illinois told >f .cpnsidirable sales of wheat there yesterday, initial quotations which varied froin ono cent lower to one cent higher with March 164 1-2 to 1�5 1-2 i and May 154 to 1B5 were followed by ralll�B all around. ' Oats were dull. Opening unchanged to 1 l-8c higher with May 44 5-8 to. 44 3-4, the market declined- slightly, then, recovered part of the loss, 'Chlcaflo Orath CHICAGO, 4ap. 22.-Close futures : Wteat-Mafph 106 3-4; May 157:3-4 Com-May 08 1-8; July 68 1-2. Oats-May 44 1-4;' July 44. ( Cash Close ; ' Wheat-'No. 2 rwl 187; No. V hard 172 ^o 172 i;2. Corn-No. 3 ftilxed" 63 to �8 1-2;' No. 2 yellow 62,1-2 to 03. Oata-No. 2 white 42 3-4 to 48; No. 3 white 41 1-4 to\ 42. Kdnwnton Livestock EDMONTON, Jan. 22.-Dominion Branch)-Ckttle, receipts 32; calves, 11. Market aalet, prices about steady; choice butcher ateors, $7.60 to $8.00; medium to good, $6.00 to $7.00; common, $4.60 to $5.50; Qholce cows and hefers, $6.00 to $6.50; good butchers, $7.50 to $8.0D;,common, $4.60 to $5.00; choice veal, $8.00 to $8.50. Hogs: receipts 74; selects, $14.50 oft cars. Sheep: receipts nil; choice lambs, $9.00 to $10.00; yearlings, $7.D0 to $8.50: owes, $5.00 to $7.00. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, .Tan. 22.-(Dominion Branch.)-Recolpta 240 cattle, 80 hogs. Ther� was practically nothing doing on the cattle market this morning and not sulBcloat sales had been completed to establish a market. Local packers were not operating and the only sales which took placB consisted of a h&ndfnl of feeder steers ranging m price from $5.50 to $6.60. Bidding on ,the hog market was steady with the close of yesterday, selects being quoted at $13.75. No trading took place on the sheep and lamb market dae to lack ol receipts. Chicago LIvectock CHICAGO, Jan. 22.-Cattle, receipts 1()00; compared with a week ago medium to choice mostly $1 to $1.25 low�r. "Veal calves mostly 60o higher. Hogs, receipts 7,000; mostly 15 to 25c higher than yesterday's average; closing slow; bulk $9.15 to $9.50f pigs slow and steady. Sheep, receipts 2,000; compared with a week ago handywelght lambs 75o lower. Feeder lambs steady -to 25c lower. \ ' � Toronto Stocks . TORONTO, Jan. 82.-Dominion Can; ners led the market on the stock exchange this moral&s, over 500 shares changing haatfs at a good advance in price. The piles opened at 40 1-2, buying soon sent the stock up 2 points and th� close came at 41 1-2. Canadian Pactflo was extremely active, selling between 132 and 133 with the close at the higher figure. Mdc-Icay lost 2 1-2 points of yesterday's gain reacting to 77 1-2. General Klectric moved up a notch, and Con-Bumera' Gas was steady at 136. Brompton made another comeback. Belling np to 65 and closing strongly. Wctaty loans were stronger, the 1937 issue touching par for the first time during the present movement. Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Jan. 22.-The local ! Stock exchange was fairly active dur-' Ing tlio morning, but very weak, although nothing to excite ,speclal..com-ment occurred. Abltibl. lost half a point to 55'1-2; Brompton 1 1-4 to 64 and Laurentjde ono point to 93. Riordon was very weak, losing three points from yesterday's close to 135, Wayagamack lost a half point at SI 1-2, New York Stockt NEW YORK. Jan. 22.-An exten-flvo drive against leading stocks was made at the active opening of today's stock market OUs and shippings were especially rarlable, Mexican Petroleum, Royal IXitch, Atlantic Gulf and Chlted mit losing 1 to 2 points iu the first few transaotions. Steels, eqolpmeata and motor specialties alao were taeary, particularly Crucible, General BSeotrlo and ICelly-Springfleld, General Aaphalt and International Paper fsU one to two points and Reading led the lower' trend among rails. Shorts renewed *lieir selling of popular Issues In the stock market today, causing losses ot 1 to 2 points In various sharaa, eopecially oils, steels, eimlpmentB aad shippings. Specialties of the typea represented by General Asphalt and Sumatra Tobacco also were dtpresaed to the same extent. Rallies In the latter part of the session began with tractions which rose 10 points on reports that legislation aiming at higher fares is soon to be Introduced at Albany. Mexican Petroleum, Crucible Steel, Pressed Steel Car and Studebuker also w-ore conspicuous. The closing was steady.' Sules approximated 350,000 shares. Closing Sales NEIW YORK, Jan. 22.-Closing sales -C.P.K. 116; U'.S. Steel 82; U.S. Steel preferred 111 3-8. Sterling " Exchange NEW YORK, Jan. 22.-Sterling ex-ohamte closed irregular. Demand Women Will Placed On tHe Natiresent Lethbridge Northern bond issue In the open market at. a price that is satisfactory to all concerned and that will set a price for Alberta Irrigition bonds In the money markets to which Alberta turns for its financing. That may be five years or It may be ten from the time the first sod is turned, meantime the government will stipulate, no further aid will be given any other district, at least any large district where millions are Involved. Iu ease this procedure is follow(}d the government will itself take (le Lethbridge Northern bonds. Floating its own on short terma, to carry ou Ask your neighbors if Dodd's Kid- ____ _________,_. , ____^__ noy Pills are not the help sick KidnoyB the constrnction and |-etlring the in-aia eri'luK �.5c,-nAdvt. , t^MSMt on it* ��� boud� with auauiti STfie d)aus 11 IT has been well said, a school teacher has more influence shaping the lives scholars than their parents. How necessary, then, is it that she should have a bright, clear brain, and be strong and vigorous in order that she may give them of her best. The worry and the wcfrk, the strain and anxiety of a teacher's life are such as ^tell severely on the nervous system. Time and again teachers have had to give up good positions on account of a weak heart, run down health and shattered nerves. To such Milbum's Heart and Nerve Pills come as a boon and a blessiniLi' Their purpose is to make the weak heart strong and the shaky nerves firm, iand thus build up the entire system to full strength and vitality. Miss L. E. Hopkins, Kirkton, Ont, wTile."?:-"I have used Millmm'� / Heart and Nerve Pills for weak heart. I was so nervous 1 had to leave' school for two years. After I had taken five boxes of the pills I was able to go back to my school again, feeling in good health." Milbum's Heart and Nerve Pills are SOc. a box at all dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn^ Company, Limited . Toronto, Ontario iimiiiHHHiiiiiiiimiiH MACDONALDS Brier Plug SMOKING TOBACCO^ 1353 71 ;