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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY THR MARKET REPORTS HAY PRICES Wlnnlpes by Farm Product., WINNIPEG, JM. 1 Lcthhrld'-) I wero very light to- No. 1 Alfalfa, 2nd culling conBlirtjifo of No. 1 Alfalfa, lit cuttln-f .....19.00 120 Tho cat tie murke t svery No. 2 Alfalfa...........1C.OO to 18.00 quiet, with quotatlona in linewith No. 1 Mixed timothy and alfalfa 24.00 yesterday's close t emalo mixed ...........20.00 to 22.09 fair to good R60 to JE.60. feeder Jio. 1 Bluejoint, Irrigated 25.00 to Z6.00 steers, choice IS.25. -w Select U4.50. Chleioo Livestock CHICAGO, Jan. receipts EOO; compared with a week ago, beef i steers fully 25 to 50c lower; Eood and choice fit cows .heUers 28 to 60c lower. Hogs, receipts mostly 10 to 16c higher than ywterday, closing LETHBRIDGE JRA1N Prices paid today for grain li Loth- bridge, wagon load lots follow: Wheat 11.47 Flax 1.50 OfltS 3" Barley Hya 1-20 Winnipeg Grain Market FOR FIVE YEARS strong. WINNIPEG, Jan. 29.-Continued lid-' Sheep, receipts 'Compared tldation again sent prices down today with week ago. handyweight feeder on tho local wheat market and tho Iambs 25 to 50c lower; heavy weights local May future touched 174 a 4c 50 to 75c lower; feeding Iambs 25c to decline from yesterday. Thore was a COc lower, little reaction from tho low point, the Montreal Stocks close showing a decline of 3 1-4 to; MONTREAL, Jan. local S 5-8c. There wjs no outsife support stock exchange was quiet'during the to the market, the short sellers having oarly trading this morning. Abltibi Jt all their own way, especially early was fractionally stronger at 55 1-4, as' Jn the session. The trade volume was waJi Atlantic Sugar at 32 3-4. Bromp- with a. very weak undertone. jton lost 1-4 point to 55 3-4; Breweries There is 'not much change in the 3-4 to 54 1-4; Riordon was weaker by cash wheat market with a' good de- a half point at' 158 1-2 and Spanish tnand continuing. i River lost tho same to 83. Wayaga- 17694 169% Coarse grains continue dnll and tea-! mack was strong at S4. tureless. Tho demand for feed grains Toronto Stocks is very limited and offerings extreme-1 TORONTO, Jan. Rail- ly light. Outs closed 7-8 to lc lower; Way8 agam featured the Toronto stock barley 1-2 to 2 l-2c lower; flax 3 3-4 exchange session this morning with to 4c lower and rye lc lower. i further advance' of 3 1-4 points to Quotations: .69 1-4 In actlye trading. Profit taking I Open. Close, toward the close brought about a re- 175 action, tho price at the close showing 167% a net gain of 1-2 from last night. Sale's lot C. P. R. were put through In the last minute at 132 and 13! 1-4, this figure representing a gain of 1 1-4 points. National-Steel Car continued its gradual upward movement, selling at 51 1-2. Victory bonds were firm. Wall Street Stock! NEW YORK, Jan. and California oils and several of the minor rails were sole features of in- terest at the quiet and uneven open- Ing of today's stock market. Within the first few minutes gains of 1 3-4 points wero. made by Mexican Petrol- eum and. Associated oil, while United Fruit rose 3 points. Gulf States Steel 5014 50% 76 188% 1S9 May July May July- May July May July May 162 Prices WHEAT- NO. 1 Nor..'.lS3 No. 2 Nor... 180 No. 3 Nor... 175 No. 4 Nor.'. .160 No. ____ .155 No. 6 140 Peed ......130 Track. Manitoba, Saskatchewan -and. Alberta ..1S2 No. z C.W... 4714 No. 3 C.W... 43% Ex. No. i feed 43% 60 190% 161 MR. JOHM C. GUILDCRCON P. O. Box 123, Pambon, K. 8. suffered for fat fmn, baring it so badly at times I vu nnable to get up without assistance I tried different medicines I'saw advertised and was treated by in Amhcrst, also home town, but the Rheumatism caine back. In saw in an advertisement that vwdd ttop Rheu- matism, and took one box and got relief; then I took them right sJoqg for about six months and the Rheu- matism was all tone and ntrcr fetl it lino. Anyone who Trould care to me us regards I wonld be glad to tell them what tives' did for me." JOHN E. GTJILDEHSON, Contractor and Mason. We. a box, 6 for trial si.e 25e. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fniit-a-tives United, Ottawa, Out. No. No.'S feed.. 38% tBB popular New Orleans.and Texas 8 points. European oils were heavy and invest- ment transportations Including North- ern Pacific and Reading used slight- ly. Before the end of the first half hour a firmer tendency developed In No. 3 C.W... No. 4 Feed......................... 66% ..........77% FIVUrr x KO. iW-.w. No. 3'GIW.. Condemned, .-..147 Track