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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. JANUARY 33. 1921 THB IJBTHHRUXiK HKKALJJ PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS HAY Track (Furnished by Farm Products, Ltd.: Lethbrldgc) No. 1 Timothy, irrigated 2 Tluiotby No. 1 Alfalfa, 2nd cutting No. 1 1st cutting No. 2 Allaua No. 1 Alfalfa'Meal No. 1 Blue Joint, irrigated No. 2 Blue Joint, J29.00 Feed No. 4 C.W... 7J% I i.r., n 1 i Track............... C.W...192% Condemned..... 24.00 Track No. 3 C.W...16S14 22.00 Car lots, (.o.b. Coaldale or Lethbridye. LETHBRIDyE GRAIN PRICES Prices paid today for grain la Leth- brldge, wagon load lots follow: Wheat Plan 1-66 Oats............. .........33 Barley -62 Bye..................... 1-26 Wlnnlpea Grain Market WINNIPEG, Jan. 196% No. 2 C. Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Jau. prices developed fresh strength today influ- enced by signs of contlmied export demand. France was Bald to be aslt- Ing for offerings ol nine hundred thous- and bushels. Bulls contended that allowing tor the clearance of large amount of wheat already sold in Eu- rope, a close adjustment for the re- mainder of the season was Indicated. Opening-prices varied from imchang- gains from Saturday's close were to higher with March made on the local wheat market today to 16S w am) uay< 158 to 158 1-3, and with little selling pressure 'in ovld- were glowed -by a. material upturn ence. During tbe early part of the all around and 'then something ot a session there was some good buying credited to shipping interests and prices after opening higher steadily 1.8c OfitB opened stronger, 1-Se off to incre-ased. This was followed by more liberal pit selling and profit taking by operators. The close was 3 1-8 to 3 l-4c higher. The excellent demand for cash wheat continued today for all" grades. A much better demand for Western Can- .May at 44 1-4 to .4 anli later hardening all around. Close Futures May mVt. 69V4; July July Cash Close adlan wheat is from eastern Wheat-No. 2 red 188 to 190; No. 2 Ganadiiin millins interests. The of- naru :ri4% to howsvoi-. are light. Corn-No. 3 mixed 62 to 62V., No. The coarse grain market, is still 2 yellow bb to miiot. Only a very ordinary demand 2 is to No" W Sv ?fSS S" higher'to fud rfe !c Ope, loans held at last week's prevailing rate ol seven per cent. Wall Street tJO pJo. Following Its muni course the mar- ket became quint at mid-day but (or the most part rains were fully mala. tained. American Agricultural Chem- ical, common ar.d preferred were am- ouf tho few exceptions, declining 2 ,nd t 1-3 points, respectively, In con- Lection with reports ot financing. Money tendencies became firmer la tho last hour and such leaders as Mexican Petroleum, Crucible and As- phalt led to ft ro-actlon of 1 to 3 points. Tho closing was Regardless of unfavorable Indus- trial conditions, bull puoU were ac- tive again In the stocU market today. Steels, equipments, shippings and motors' were most favored. Sales ap- proximated shares. Bar Silver NEW YORK, Jan. silver, domestic foreign 66. C. P. R. Earnings MONTREAL, Jan. P. R. earnings week ended January 21, 1921, increase N. Y. Stocks NEW YORK, Jan. sales: C. P. Ht U. S. Steel 82; U. S. Steel preferred 111. Paris Funds PARIS, Jan. were weak on the Bourse today. Three per cent rentes 59 francs 30 centimes. Ei change on London 52 francs 50 cen times. The States dollar was quoted at 13 franca 95 1-2 centimes. Sterling Exchange NEW YORK, Jan. ex- change strong. Demand 1-2; cables 1-4. Canadian dollars 11 3-4 per cent, discount. May July Jlay July May July May Juiy May ..184 178% 52% 5214 30 305 Va 203% and heifers to 6.50; good butchers B.BO to 5954 G.OO; common 4.50 to 5.00; choice goa? heavy short-keep feeders 6.50 to 7; medium 5.SO to choice veal