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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Slturdiy, Mirch 1, 1975 Market losses !St for year large! By SANDRA. INGALSHE The Canadian Press The stock markets' long-running ral-. ly ran into trouble this week, and. despite a late comeback, losses were the largest this year. The sharp declines during the lirsl two days were again blamed on profit- taking on the huge gains that pushed major indicators the previous Friday lo seven-month highs. The Toronto industrial index Tues- day had its largest decline since Sept. 24 while the drop in New York's Dow Jones average was the most severe since November. Some analysts say they expect further sharp downward corrections, but bargain hunters were still evident Inter in the week as markets recorded moderate gains. The trend Lo lower interest rates, which had been a major stimulant to the rally since early this year, con- Hcral.1- Business linucd Ihis week, bul analysts said olher worries about recession cooled some of the Investor enthusiasm. In Canada, several chartered banks lowered their prime rates lo nine per cent, while in the United States a number of banks reduced the prime lo H% per cent, The prime rale is that charged to the most credit-worthy customers out usually signals changes in other rales. INDEX FALLS The Toronto industrial index, widely-based indicator of market trend, fell 3.34 to 1B3.89, only the se- cond weekly decline this year. Although Uie index ended February wilh a gain of four points, there were more signs of weakness than last month when the Index gained a record 23.14 points. The Dow Jones industrial average at New York closed the week at 739.05, down 10.71. THE STOCKMAN'S MARKET HOGS SELL TUBS, at 1 p.m. Dairy Cows Baby Calves Sheep 100 Feeder Hoga from one owner DAIRY DISPERSAL g MIXED MILCH COWS Jutt freshened or due soon. Good family milk cowi plui old tpnnging Httitera, 7 yeirlingi, 8 inwli MirkdHogsShlppidDiily Live Weight and Dreoed Bails SPECIAL RANCHERS' CALF SALE Wed., March p.m. 800 YEARLINGS TOP QUALITY RANCH CALVES EVERY WEDNESDAY _ _ .400 yturNng Stttn and Hallcri from IhrH ownin. YEARLING FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE AND CLAVES p.m. 500 HEAD 500 YEARLINGS AND MIXED CATTLE Blood Slmmtnlil Com brtd to pun blood Simnwitll Bulls. 16 Brown Swill Cowi brtd to BloncH d' Aqltiine. KANESSANDER CHAROLAIS PRODUCTION SALE Mon.. Mirch 10.1 p.m. 70 CHAROLAIS INCLUDING 29 Purebred 2 year old bull., PurtbrxJ yearling bulll, IS 2 year old heller., 10 bred yearling heifarl. Majority ol the remain or full blood! carrying the tervicM of Allalla John and Champion. The enlira till ottering ie by Bourgvoli FMC 54. Bangi and T.B. letted. A Quality Herd ol Modern Charolaii Callle! GIGANTIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION SATURDAY, MARCH 22nd a.m. LIST YOUR MACHINERY EARLY LITHBRIDQE SPRING BULL SALB The Stockmen's tource lor top quality rancher and herd bulk. WED. AND THURS., APRIL 2nd ind 3rd LETHMINE EXHIIITION PAVILION 250 Hereford 50 ANGUS 2 SHORTHORN Sponiorad bf Alberta Canto BfMdara' Aaaoelaliop SalM Management By PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. FOR SALE NEW SELF FEEDERS HAY FEEDERS, GRAIN FEEDERS, BUNKS, LOADING CHUTES, etc. IF YOU ARE PLANNING A FARM SALE OR DISPERSAL SALE BOOK YOUR DATE NOW! ALL SALES CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKIT LTD. in Hub of ftoutrwrn AKwieVi Llmtock Indualry 3 mHM of on Highway 3 MM! nUto aouth BOX 1057, LETHBRIDQE T1J 4A2 PHONE DAY OR NIQHT 329-3101 COMPANY LICENSE NO. -AUCTIONEERS- JOE NHUCH Lie. IALOO Lie. OI74M TONY WHICH Lie. 010M2 At Montreal, the industrial index fell 4.05 to 186.20 ;ind the composite Index 3.67 to 184.44. western oil index ended slightly lower on the week, off .1? to 165.S5. Shares of companies with interests in the British sector of the North Sea were stronger following news that the companies would not be as heavily tax- ed as originally thought. Mining issues were also iower on Lhc week with the base metal index off .94 lo and the gold index 24.63 to 420.40 Volume and value this week at Toronto were 11.30 million shares and million, down from 11.72 million shares a.nd (106.20 million Last week. At Montreal, volume was 2.91 million and value million com- pared with 4.14 million and million. The Canadian exchanges extended trading hours by one-half hour daily beginning this week, due to a Lime change In the U.S. affecting American markets. Stocks close TORONTO (CP) The Toronto stock market was mixed near the close of moderate trading Friday. Falconbridge Nickel rose 1% to Nabors Hi to Home Oil A 1 lo ?Z4tt, B.C. Forest I to and Bell Canada ft to Moore fell Itt to Molson A 1 lo Mercantile Bank lollSVa, Dome Mines to and Pine Point W [o 530 Vi. MONTREAL (CP) Prices con- tinued generally lower in slow trading Friday-on the Montreal Stock Kit- change. Volume was shares, com pared with shares Thursday. Utilities added 0.96 to 141.BO, but papers lost 1.19 to 102.19, banks 0.82 Lo 253.11, industrials 0.34 (o 186.67 and the composite Q.ll to 1M.62. Falcon Nickel was up 1% to and Dome Petroleum added to S27'A, while Moore Corp. lost 1 lo Toronto Dominion Bank to and The Price Co. V4 to VANCOUVER (CP) Trading-was light and prices were up Friday on the Vancouver stock exchange. Closing volume was shares. Leading trader in the industrials was Kaiser Resources, unchanged at on shares. EDP Industries was unchanged at .03 on Key In- dustries was unchanged at .07 on Venture was unchanged at .25 on BMRT units were unchanged .at and Saratoga was up .10 at In the mines, Grandora was down on Northern Homes take was up .06 at .33 on Cutlass was down .01 at .35 on Dallon was up .01 at on Seaforth was up .05 at 46 and Leisure was unchanged at .14. NEW YORK (AP) Prime rate cuts at the two largest U.S. banks kept the stock market moving gradually ahead In another relatively quiet ses- sion today The Dow Jones industrial average closed up 7.90 at 739 05. Among Canadian issues on the New York Stock Exchange, Mclntyre was up to Dome Mines was down IVi to A lean v, to Campbell Red Lake Vi to and Massey Fegruson li lo International Nickel was unchanged at as was Canadian Pacific at Dividends THE CANADIAN PRESS "Corporation dividends Friday, quarterly unless otherwise noted. Black Photo Corp. Ltd., class A, eight cents: class B, 6.8 cents, both payable March 27, record March 7. Dominion Glaii Co. Ltd., seven- per-ccnt pfd., 17.5 cenls, April 15, record March 14. Fruehiuf Trailer Co. of Canada Ltd., 20 cents, semi-annual, March 31, record March 7. Gii Metropolitan Inc., 15 cenls, increase Qf six cents: 5Vz percent pld., pld., all payable March 31, record March 17. Gordon Mackay and Stores Lid., class A, 12.5 cents, March Feb 28. J. Harris and Sons Ltd.. four cents, increase of two cents, March 11, record March 19 Industrial Adheslves Ltd., 25 cenls, April 30, record April 4. Maclaren Power and Paper Co., class A, 30 cents, plus an extra of 25 cents; class B, 30 cents, plus an extra of 25 cents; class C, 25.5 cents, plus an extra of 21.25 cenls; class D, 25.5 cents, plus an extraof 21.25 cents, all payable March 27, record March 7. Monurch Investments Lid., 2.5 cenls, March 27, record March 14. Nabors Drilling Ltd., 25 cents, semi- annual, increase of 12.5 cents, May 1, record April 14. Rio Algom Mines Ltd., pfd., April 1, record March 10. Shell Oil Co.. 65 cents, U.S.'funds, March 24, record March 10. Silverwoodi .Industries .Ltd., class A, 20 cents; class B, 20 cents, both payable April 1, record March 8. Superior Acceptance Corp. Lid., class A, 3.4 cents; class B, four cents, both payable May 30, record May 15. Gold futures WINNIPEG (CP) Gold futures, U.S. funds, Winnipeg Commodity Ex- change close Friday. 400-ounce contracts: Apr 75 182.50; Jly 73 186.70A; Oct 75 190.90A, Jan 76 195.30B; Apr 76 199.40A. Thursday's volume: 313 conlracls. 100-oupce contracts: Feb 75 180.80B; May 75 184.20; Aug 75 18B.50B; Nov 75 192.40B, Feb 76 I96.60A. Thursday's volume: 69 contracts. Earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS Black Photo Corp. Lid., nine months ended Dec. 31: cenls a share; 1973, 68 cenls. Davis Distributing Ltd., six months ended Dec. 3L: 1974, profit, 18.3 cenls a share; 1973, loss, eight Digitech Lid., six months ended DK. 31: 1971, loss, no per share figures available; 1973, loss. GSW Lid., year ended Dec. 31: 1974, 74 cents a share; 1973, J502.000, nine cents. Jamock Corp. Ltd., year ended Dec. 31: 1974, Jl 90 a Share; 1973, 51.23. Renting Lid., year ended Dec. 31: 1974 51.62 a share; 1973, 50 cenls. Leon1! Furniture Ud., year ended Dec. 31: 1974, a share; 1973, 51.17. Mindnslrial Corp. Ltd., year ended Dec. 31: 1974, 51.54 a shave, 1973, 89 cents. Toronto Dominion Bank, three months ended Jan. 31: 1975, 51.14 a share; 1974, 51.07. Unity Bank ol Canada, Ihree months ended Jan. 31: loss, no per share figures available; 1974, loss. Dollar value MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dollar in terms of Canadian funds closed Friday up 7-50 at S0.99 21-25. Pound sterling was up 39-100 at S2.42 9-25. In New York, Ihe Canadian dollar was off 7-50 at ?1.00 4-25. Pound sterl- ing was up 1-20 al 3-4. Bonds SUPPLIED BY MIDLAND DOHERTY GOVERNMENT OF CANADA BONDS 8 Jul 99.47 99.52 Vh.% Sept 83.87'A Sept 76.50 7750 3 SeptlSperp 37.50 38.50 9Va7c Jun 107.00 9Wo Feb 108.35 109.45 PROV. 4 PROVINCIAL GUARANTEED BONDS Alberta 8 '90 98.00 9900 Ontario 7 '88 87.00 Onl Hyd 9 '94 99.00 100.00 N.B. '90 99.00 100.00 N S T92 78.00 79.00 Alberta '90 99.00 100.00 Man Hyd 8 '91 89.50 90.50 Sask 8M '90 97.50 98.50 Nfld 9'47. '90 96.50 97.50 Ont Hyd iovd% '99 106.25 106.75 INDUSTRIALS Cominco '95 103.25 103.75 Alia Gas Tr '90 94.00 96.00 Alran '91 95 00 97.00 B.C. For '92 95.00 97.00 B.C. Tel 9Vi% '90 94.00 96.00 Bell Tel 914% '79 102.50. 104.50 Bell Tel '93 97.00 99.00 '90 92.00 94.00 '90 95.00 81i7o '90 99.50 '90 "96.00 98.00 '80 100.00 9Vi% '90 96.00 98.00 9V4% '90 96.00 98.00 9M, '91 99 00 9'A% '90 97 00 '90 96.00 98.00 1114% '95 105.50 105.75 B'A% '93 84 DO 86.00 ll'A% '95 100.50 101.50 '94 105.50 106.50 CONVERTIBLES Acklamls 714% '88' 99.00 101.00 7'A% '90 127.00 5Vb% '89 74.00 76.00 7'A% '88 76.00 78.00 5'A% 'M 79.00 81.00 714% '91 99.00 101.00 '94 109.00 111.00 CPSec CWNG Gill! Inter Pr Pipe Massey Noranda Int'l Nick NiC Gas Sleel-Cda TrCda Pipe TrCda Pipe W Trans Traders Gr Imperial Alia Gas Tr Con Gas Scurry W Trans C W Trans Industrial Ottawa 0'ITAWA (CP) -Sales of slaughter cattle, calves, sheep end lambs alslx public stockyards were down substan- tially from last week's trade, statistics released by (he federal agriculture department showed Friday. Slaughter cattle and calves trade was down from last week at 300 and feeder cattle and calves trade was down 525 from last week al Sheep and lamb trade was down 950 from last week at A-l and A-2 steer prices in Toronto declined In early and mid-week trading in moderate to good demand and A-l and A-2 heifers declined In early trade in moderate demand for heavy supplies on hand. Bui A-l and A-2 steers in the west ad- J1-J2 in good demand. Feeder cattle and calves In Toronto sold at steady prices in moderate to narrow demand for light supplies on hand. D-l and D-2 cows at Toronto, used for hamburger, declined up to mid- week trade, then gained of the initial loss at closing in good demand. CALF PRICES DOWN Vealer calf prices declined 93 at opening and an additional by mid- week under moderate trade. A-l and A-2 heifer prices were steady in Winnipeg and Saskatoon In active trade. Calgary prices gained in early trade then declined 50 cents in moderate demand. Edmonton heifer prices advanced f 1.35 in good demand. D-l and D-2 cow prices in western centres were 91 to lower than last week in moderate to narrow demand but Winnipeg reported steady prices in moderate to active trade. Feeder cattle and calves in Toronto sold at steady prices in moderate to narrow demand lor the light supplies on hand. And in the west, most stockyards reported steady prices for all feeder cattle classes in moderate to narrow demand. Prices for steers more than 750 pounds at Edmonton advanced 50 cents with good demand in early trade. Heifers more than 550 pounds advanc- ed 51 in active trade with steer calves 101 to 575 pounds advancing to in good demand. Prices of good lambs in Toronto were steady in good demand but Ed- monton prices declined ?3 in early trade then regained of the initial loss at closing. Prices of dressed hogs in Toronto ad- vanced 60 cents but Winnipeg prices declined Saskatoon prices declined (1.20 during the week and Alberta stockyard prices declined to Slaughter cattle, steers Al and A-2: Calgary 36-37.90; Edmonton 34-35.30; Saskatoon 34-36.25; Winnipeg 35.50-37; Toronto 38-40. Heifers, A-l and A-2: Calgary 32.50- 34.50; Edmonton 32-33.35; Saskatoon 30-33; Winnipeg 32.50-34; Toronto 35- 37. D-I and D-2 cows: Calgary 19-23; Ed- monton 17-19; Saskatoon 18.50-19.75; Winnipeg 19-21; Toronto 21-22; Montreal 21-23. Slaughter calves, good and choice veal: Winnipeg 45-55; Toronto 35-52, Montreal 50-65. Feeder steers more than 750 pounds: Calgary 32-36; Edmonton 31-34; Saska- toon 27.50-33; Winnipeg 30-33; Toronto 33-36. Feeder steer calves 401-575 pounds: Edmonton 30-33; Saskatoon 24-29.50; Winnipeg 28-31; Toronto 31-35. Good lambs: Calgary 40, Edmonton 35-40, Saskatoon'35.50; Toronto 50-56. Index 100 hogs dressed: Calgary 50.40-51.55; Edmonton 50.15-51.35; Saskatoon 50.35-51.25; Winnipeg 49.25- 49.95; Toronlo54.75-57, Montreal 54.33- 56.04 Chicago markets LESLIE L BOTTYAN LAND AUCTION On the firm located 4 mlln north. 2 milea weit ind 'A mile north of ENCHANT, ALBERTA 10 milM north of Viuihull then 16 mllH wtit on Little Bow Park raod or 49 mlln mrtlmit ol lethbridge. SAT., MARCH 15-1 1A.M. SHARP 934 ACRES IRRIGATED LAND AND IMPROVEMENT Hiving rcctlVMl Inilruclton from Mr.-und Mrs. Lntie L. Sottyin will ofter for auction following Landi and Improvements: PARCEL 1 LAND Section 9 Townthlp 15 RGL? 18 Will of 4 622.69 deeded acres 400 acres of water rights with 100 acres applicable (o each quarter serviced by ihe Bow Island Irrigation Dis- trict All the cultivated land was seeded (o grain in 1974 and the stubble was chiseled In Ihe fall. Barley averaged 70 bushels Wheat averaged 35 bushels Land Is quite level and rock Free and would make good Row Crop or Forage Farming Entire farm can be irrigated with Half of this section was Fall Irrigated Drainage la .available through a drain ditch that runs through the property (B.R I.D.) 160 acre sugar contract is available for 1975 for entire farm Land taxes for 1974 are paid (S486.80) to Municipal District of No. 14 The land Is partially fenced. PARCEL 1 1MPROVEMENTS 2 bedroom modern bungalow with developed baseman! 2 hired help houses Storage quonsei 40x60. wired 220-110. Several grainarles, 15.000 bushel capacity. Feed lot with water supply. Feedlot capacity 200 head. Ample water supply cistern drilled well and dugout. Homestead is serviced by Calgary Power and AGT. Buildings are miles from school, churches, store, garage, elevator, etc. and only Vi mile from hardtop road. PARCEL 2 LAND South Vi of Section 8 Township 1 5 Range 1 W ot 4 311 deeded acres. 56 acres water rights serviced by the Bow River Irrigation District. Land Is all In stubble and was chiseled In the fall or 1974. Entire farm can be sprinkler Irrigated. Drainage Is available through drain ditch thai runs through the property. Land Is rock free and suitable for mixed or grain farming. Land taxes for 1974 are paid to Municipal District of Taber No. 14. This land adjoins Parcel No. 1 and would make a desirable eco- nomical unit. The land Is all fenced Calgary Power is under in- stallation. TERMS AND CONDITIONS: wW bf tafctn on Parcel No. 1 Pint. or any or aH Sato CASH or CASH TO FARM. CREDIT CORPORATION Mortgage of 1% InttfMt, 25-yaar loan. a 10% It required at llnw of to paid within 15 dayt. Possession will be given after necessary payments have been made and legal work completed or as arranged by the vendor and .pur- chaser. Written bids will be accepted anytime prior to the sale. Any further conditions or changes will be announced at Ihe sale and they will take precedence. Sale of farm equipment Irrigation ayslem and miscellaneous items to slated for Saturday, April 5 at 11 a.m. Potential buyers are Invited to view farm anytime prior to sale. Owrwrt-MR. AND MRS. LESLIE BOTTYAN 7I2.23M Irwh.nl, Afeatlt 1IH PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Loctted In Hub of Southern Alberta's Llwtiock industry Phont 32f -3101 Boi 10S7, COMPANY LICINSE NO. -AUCTIONIIM- JOI raajLICH lALOd TONV KNLICH Lie. 010MI Lie. 017414 Lie. CHICAGO (AP) Farm commodity futures felt sharply again on the Board of Trade Friday, marking six straight days of almost steadily declining prices. New contract lows were set in scattered months, and in several pits as wheat futures fell the limit of 20 cents, corn 10 cents, oats 6 cents and soybean oil 100 points, or 1 cent a pound. These limits were trimmed just before the close. Soybeans were down 18W cents, just short ol the limit and soybean meal lost nearly a ton. The nearby March soybean option fell 19 cents early and for the first time in some 21 months soybeans traded un- der a bushel here. liquidation was largely a con- tinuation of the generally bearish mood in farm commodities as well as in other commodities. After six straight weak days, buyers were very scarce All the pits were weak throughout the session. After Hie bottoms were touched, however, there was some limited trade in distant options. Gold futures traded in a narrow range all session and closed steady to about 50 cents an ounce higher. At the close of grain trade, soybeans were 13 to IBtt cents a bushel lower, March 4.95Wi; wheat 11 Vi to 15 lower, March 3.4B; corn lo lower, March 2.58 and oats 4Vfc to 6 lower, March lAlVk. Grain quotations Friday: Wheat: Mar 3.48; May 3.50; -Jul 3.42'A; Sep 3.50; Dec Corn: Mar 2.56; May 2.64; Jul 2.65; Sep 2.56tt; Dec. 2.45; Mar 2 49. Oals: Mar Ml'A; May UStt; Jul I.29Vi; Sep l.Mtt; Dec. 1.32. Alberta grain EDMONTON (ACN) The Alberta Grain Commission in its weekly report Friday said all feed grain prices were noticeably lower Bids from Lethbridge and district are wheat (3.20 oats and barley J2.20-I2.SO. Prices quoted from Medicine Hat Brooks area are wheat oats JI.5WI.70 and barley In and around Calgary wheat J3.50, oats J1.SM1.70 and barley The Ked Deer district reporter quotes wheat oats ll.4041.50 and barley S2.W. From Vermilion prices received are wheat oats S1.2S-J147 and barley Edmonton and district buyers advise wheat and barley J2.35-J2.50. The Peace River area reporter quotes wheat oals 30-JI.60'and .barley U.S. feed corn per bushel I.o.b. Calgary. bushel I'.o.b. Lethbridge. Feb. 27, 1875. Vancouver cash rapeseed ranging up to per bushel. HOGS WANTED We have a strong demand lor (II clMMt ol WEANER FEEDER HOGS from local and out ol area buytrs. TUESDAY at 1 P.M. Market Hogs Mon. thru Thun. CONSIGN TO: PERLIGN INS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. LMhbrMfft, Box 10S7 Llvtttock Perlich Calgary There were head of livestock sold Ihls week at Pcrlich llros. Auction Market Ltd. Receipts included 669 cat- tle and 433 Ings. Majority of cattle and hogs sold higher this week. Prices were 1 to 2 dollars higher on everything but cows. Butcher and feeder cows sold lo a strong demand at somewhat lower prices as comuared lo a week ago. Price quotations as follows: SLAUGHTER CATTLE A1 and A2 heifers lo 32.2S. Dl and D2 cows 20.00 lo 23.35. D4 cows 16.00 lo 20.00. Bologna bulls 22.60 lo 23.80. Butcher bulls 30.00 to 34.25. REPLACEMENT CATTLE Slcer lbs.-3fl.00 lo 36.00. Slrer calves 400-500 Ibs. 31.00 Lo 34.00. Plain quality sleer calves all weighls 25.00 lo 30.00. Holstein bull calves to 26.20. Feeder slcers under BOO Ibs. 32.00 lo 35.00. Feeder slcers over 800 Ibs. 32.00 lo 35.10.-Heifer calves 250-400 Ibs. 24.00 to 25.00. Heifer calves 400-550 Ibs., 25.00 lo 28.40. Plain quality heifer calves 20.00 lo 24.00. Feeder heifers 27.00 lo 31.25. Feeder cows 18.00 to 23.00. HOGS DAIRY CATTLE Market hogs dressed weighl 50.65 lo 51.10. Good weaners 17.75 lo 26.25. No light feeders on offer. Feeders over 100 Ibs. 38.00 lo 60.50. Bred sows and gilts 80.00 lo 110.00. Baby calves 12.50. Light calves 35.00. Good Dairy heifer 480.00. Lethbridge CALGARY (CP) Sales Friday at Ihe Calgary public stockyards totalled 7M cattle, 443 calves and 36 hogs. Medium lo good pregnancy-tested cows J220-J305 a head. The remainder of the cattle report was unchanged, Hogs base price Winnipeg grain WINNIPEG (CP) Prices con- tinued to plunge in moderate activity Friday on the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange. Vancouver rapeseed was down as much cents a bushel, while flax, com and rye were down the daily limit almost without exception. Thursday's volume of trade was 000 bushels of feed wheat, of oats, of barley, ot corn, of rye, of (lax and 000 of rapeseed. Closing prices: Thunder Bay rapeseed: May 20 lower 5.47A: July 20 lower 5.49A; Oct. 20 lower 5.54A; Nov. 37 lower 5.21 A. Vancouver Rapeseed: Mar 16 lower 556; June 20 lower Spt. 20 lower 5.39ViA; Nov. 20 lower 5.28ViA. Flax: May 30 lower 6.81A; July 30 lower 6.60A; Oct. 30 lower 6.12; Nov. 25 lower 5.90A. Feed wheat: May 'seven lower 3.31; July seven lower 3.21A, Oct. 12 lower 3.27A. Corn, May 10 lower 3.05A; May 10 lower July 10 lower Barley: May6% lower 2.27; July 10 lower2.17A, Oct. 10 lower 2.1BA. Oals: May eight lower Sales al LeLhbridge Monday to Friday: 132 slaughter, 687 feeder, hogs, 192 lower MS'. A; Oct. six lower 1 55A. Rye: May 13 lower 2.06B; July 14% lower 2.0PAA; Oct. 15 lower Butcher cattle prices unevenly higher lo lower. Replacement sleady to strong. Trade Slaughter steer meeting very good demand, prices higher. 660 slaughter cows meeting only demand, prices S3-S1 lower than lasl week. Good bulls sleady Medium good slocker and feeder callle -Rapeseed Thunder good demand at sleady to SLAUGHTER Al and A2 Sleers 36 37.50: Al and A2 32-33.20; Cows Dl and D2 20-22.50. D3 18-18, D4 15-17.50; bulls REPLACEMENT Good heavy feeder steers over Ibs.' 26-32.35; Good light feeder 32-34; Good feeder heifers Good stock steer calves 401-575 Ibs. 30.25-33; Good slock steer calves 400 Ibs 27-30.75; Good stock calves all weights 22.50-35.50 HOGS AND Butcher hogs sold this week at Lethbridge yards 50.60-51.10 price. Good lambs VS Feed basis Montreal Mar May 'A WINNIPEG (CP) Wheat domestic feed grain prices Friday: cw red spring wheat No. 1 barley 2.27; No. 1 leed oals 1.51 REGULAR CATTLE SALE Monday Sale REMEMBER HOG SALES EVERY WEDNESDAY We will bf MMmblIng Mwk.l Hoo. tor Mirkiling Board and Mil and Fwtor. 1-.OO p.m. NO HOGS WILL BE SOLD MONDAYS for your Spring Firm Sile While choice Sites ire available. REGULAR CATTLE SALES WILL CONTINUE EVERY MONDAY Don't be content to accept one oiler al home, consign your live- stock to us. where you are guaranteed lo have the Auction Rinc 'ull of Buyers to bid on your producl. PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD. hrlONE 223-3921, TABER-DAY OR NIGHT Aucllonxr: JOHNNY CHARLTON Lie. 293 PICTURE BUTTE AUCTION MARKET ktuHy located In ol a large uttM feeding end hog reMng country. CALF-FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE SALE 300-HEAD-300 ALL CLASSES OF CATTLE HOG ml DAIRY CATTLE SALE EVERY SATURDAY AT P.M. MARKET HOGS ASSEMBLED MONDAY THRU FRIDAY Tnckhh] Smtei Oritr CwiUct JIM or JOE JURIS Picture liiHe Auction liflte, Mraria Avcllori motet toceM II mllM north o) LeMxMei M Htfhwir Cnm 732-4400 PICTURE 1UTTI ;