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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FWPAT. JANUARY tBTTTPRmOR MARKET REPORTS NAY PRICES br Pun LM.. LethbrMfe) No. 1 Alfalfa, ind cuttinc IJO.M No. 1 Alfalfa, cuttlBf 11.10 No. 2 UM to UN No. 1 Mixed tlaotuy and alfalfa mixed W.OO to ii.N No. 1 Blmlolnt. IrrifaMd to M.IM No. 1 Tlmothr, Irritated 2I.M Wiest Straw (t 10.00 Straw to 11.00 Ow loU, (.o.k. CoaWale or LETHtMIDGE GRAIN Prlcas paid today for (rain In Lath- vacoc load Mi loilrw: Wheat l.M Oats .30 Barley 41 i.ai> Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG, Jan. The wheat market opened firm this morning but the strength shown during the last hour of trading Thursday was not con- tinued, and the May future was rang- M 3-4; July W S-4. 41 541; July 43- 7-S. CLOEK CASH 1, to 17G; No. 1 hard 173. 3 mlied HI No. 3 yellow 65 1-4. H 41 1-4 to 41 3-4; No. 3 wkltn to 1-Z. livestock WINNIPEG, Jaa. 17E cattle and 400 was no improvement over yesterday on tho cattle market with the trading slow ami ilraggy at weak KiUiug steers, itur to good, K to bulk best female butchers ttM to best steers No trading took place on the sheep and lamb market die to lack o( re- Hog market Is unsettled, packers bidding for selects, but offer- lu ings were fcild lor Chtoatfo Livestock CHICAGO, Jan. ing easier the fluctuation being trout ceipts 5000; low grade cow stuff to Trade volume was very steady; all other classes steady to light, there being less aggressive short lower than yesterday's general trade; selling than on previous days of the bulk beef steers to calves week. There was no export business steady with yesterday's close, reported. j Hogs, receipts fully 25c Demand for cash wheat continued higher thau yesterday's average; sxcoUent again today, but very llttlo 15 to 25c higher; desirable Ia coming out, the producers appear grades mostly to determined to stick to -their holding Sheep, receipts slow; policy. Domestic demand seems to bo mostly 25 to 60c lower on killing broadening, as flour shows improve- classes; lambs top bulk meht with a much improved domestic to Inquiry. Premiums were being bid at Calgary Livestock about one Cent better thau yesterday, i CALGARY, Jan. cattle Tho coarse are auiet and with- market was fairly active today with oat feature. Oats and barley prices prices steady. were; Cattle :ire very steady, but the. demand ia 130; calves 6; hogs 625; sheep 130; poor and offerings very light. Wheat choice steers to medium to closed 1 1-8 to l-2c lower; oats l-4c good to common to lower; barley 2c lower to unchanged; heifers, good" to cows, med 1-4 to l-2c higher, and ryo higher. Quotations: Open. May.............. ISO 178% July................171 17154 May.............. 51 July.............. si May............... 79 78 July................ ,75 May.............. 189 July Way............... 164 Cash Prices WHEAT-- NO, i Nor...187% No. 2 Nor... No. 3 Nor...179% No. 4 Nor...173% cars. No. 6 ......159% No. 6 Sheep. and other fotroJtnni with United Frmll adnttttd fractions to 1 1-4 found by Retdlng, New UAven Md New Orleans and Texas. Pmifi wckakfo WM sUady, bin BrUlth from yeMerday's high quotations. Covering of aborts in shippings, Mi. steels, coppers and motor aocounied largely for fu- tber rlM trt first hour. Tobaccos, textiles and ittthers also hardened, probably for reason and standard rails were moderately high- er. Much of the advance was lost be- fore noon, however, Meilcau Petrol- eum and General Asphalt declining to or below yesterday's flnal prices. market became dull on tho reac- tion, shorts hesitating to press their advantage. Call money opened and renewed into week at 7 per cent, but offerings wire less liberal thau recently. Ths list registered further Improve- ment In the lust hour under the influ- ence of rails and equipments, also low paictd 'oil The closing was firm, N.Y. NEW YORK, Jan.- el- change Demand 1-2; cables 1-4. Canadian dollars per cent, discount. N.V. Stocks NEW YORK, Jan. sales: C.P.R. 117 5-8; 83 1-8; U.S. end 110 3-8. IAS. Steel ex-divid- Warns Against EreryKfiodaBoost When Hearst Gives It Says Press of N.Y. Friend Strife Attack on Episcopalian Bishop-Elect PLANT WILL OPEN; QUARTER rORCE ium to good 16.75 common i 14.50 to good bulls to Close, good stockers and feeders to 18.76; good wethers ewes 17.75; lambs 111.75. Selects hogs off car -weights to Edmonton Livestock EDMONTON, Jan. Branch.) Cattle, receipts 204; Track, Manitoba, Saskatchewan i -to and Alberta.................18614 calves 33. Market fairly active and prices steady. Choice heavy butcher steers to medium to 190 Tbe iilitut has been closed since I safe. December 2-1, upward cf demand for t ransom for Mrs. Clara men being rendered Idle. who kidnapped Wed- nesday, was given out today by po- lice. note slipped under ths ot the Witherell home said: "Mr. Witheroll: Your wlfu la worry until you hear fur- ther from me. in cash ready for me as you will hear from me again soon. Don't notify police or detectives or all will be lost." Suffer Take BEECH AIMS PILLS iiiiiiimimiminmm MACDONALD Cut Brier Mora Tobacco for the Money Canada's best buy- the ECONOMY Package miiiimiimmiiii MASON RISCU, LIMITED Balmoral Block. THOUSANDS OF RECORDS Lethbridge, "STOP IT this musical oddity doesn't make some One- Step. As played by The Diamond Trio, it'will make you dance steps you never thought of before. "I'veGottheBluesforMy-Kentucky Home" Foi Trot, is one of those popular blue numbers let loose by the Van Eps Quartet, on "Hli Muter'i Vole." Record 2 1 6228. 10-loca f 1 .00 Att the Letett an on "His Master's Voice" Records DANCt NUMHim HUM uroadmjr Trot VOCAL SELECTIONS Mdody Trot The Melody YOUR NES1' Town u One Hon. Town IJInja.BulM.JIns-JIn (Comic Son.) INSTRUMENTAL RICOKD fl" A MONASTERY GARDEN Jamev Billy JOMI Billy ,ml Cliorui Chorm All on 10-inch doublt-iided, kny "His Master's Voice" dealer will gladly play any selection you wish to bear. IIWJXIK GRju-a-rnoxt co., LIXITIO, UOXTUAL. WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF VICTOR RECORDS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. WILLIS PIANO STORE "HOME OF CANADA'S BEST 707 Third Are. South (HuD Block) Phone 662 ;