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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAHCH 3. THE LETHBRIDUE DAILY PAQE MARKET REPORTS Winnipeg Livestock i Baldwin, Oaneral Asphalt and WIXMI'I'li, .March Copptr and Mexican J'ntroletm -rtiMrlpls :tlu cattle, 400 hogs fractions to point. Exchange mid 20 sheep ami Trading uu on London was flno. the tattle market was not qulta so Tta ian active, and while a few good killing' the flrst hull' hour, deal- HAY PRICES (furnished by Farm Products, Ltd., Lethbrldge) No. 1 Alfalfa, 2nd cutting No. 1 Alfalfa, 1st cullliiR in.OO No. S Alfalfa...........Hi.tio >-.i 1S.OH No. 1 Mixed timothy and alfalfa :'A.on J.ight mixed...........'-'0.00 to il'.nn No. 1 UlueJohU. irrigated W.OO to SC.OO Xo. 1 Timothy, irrigated ZH to I'-'1 Wheat Straw (3 wires) Oat-Straw .............10.ul) to 12.00 Car lots, f Coaldali? or l.ethbriilije. LETHBR1D6E OfiAIN PRICES Prices paid today'for zraln in briiige, load lots mlluvv: Wheat Flax: II Barley Winnlpsg Grain Prices WINNIPEG, -March ciish and future markets were somewhat nigher today with a lair demand ami seiircity of offerings. not V'jcy and the market fol- lowed clci-rtiy movements Chi- cago. were in the market after but-secured only a limited amount, althoueh prices show- ed an improvement. Coarse grains were very quiet. V.'heiU U to Ivic higher; oau VI in holier: barley le high- er: fiav ;.j to higher and rye un- changed. Quotations JM.w .Illlv........... Xo. t N. W. C. 12 C. W. ____ :t C. W UVK- No. 2 C. CHicstjc Grain cine March S.-'Miiili-ratc llplnrilK ill the :if wheat In lay word (hat the allies haJ nivoi: notice to that .Mon- day ivould be I he liniii fur ol' ''us whit.'h huti lower. Hheep and latlil) market was firm. Top lambs and good mutton sheep 7.110 to 8.00. The market wus unchanged at 13.50 for Toronto Livestock TORONTO. Mar. i receipts MS There I !J i a strong demand- toii.-.y and the p lirjit receipts were uuicklv absorbed Increased of i at prices a to llfty cents low-! O'1 of New Jersey, wnicn extended Its S cattle .1 handy Bold at steady proportion, prices, the remainder of sales in he J ihlpplngs, oils and butcher looked lo bo dwllne, particii-! lariy Atlantic Oulf. Uoyal Dutch, Chan-' (Her and Studebaker. These Issues re-1 corded extreme of 1 lo 1-2 but exchunKo on London continued, to] HtrenKthon. than the usual j From Own Ports, Is Quebec's Wish C'ARDSTON DEBATING TEAM OFF TO CAPITAL FOR PROVINCIAL FINAL I amount of call money was available at Cities May Ask Railways For Better Tariff Standard; to over MONTRKAL. Mar. council the board of trade wliich have re- Dombinod 1