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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. MARCH tHE I.ETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE PIVE MARKET REPORTS HAV PRICES d. by Farm Products, Ltd., No. 1 Alfalfa, 2nd cutting .....120.00 Ku. I Alfalfa, cuttlni IWm Standard Alfalfa No. a Alfultm to 15.001 Ko. 1 Mixed timothy and alfalfa Lithfc mlied...........20.00 to -'.'.on Ko 1 Bluejotnt, irrigated 23.00 to 26.00 Ko. 1 Tlmotky, Irrigated to Wheat Straw (S wlrei) 10.00 Oit Straw .............10.W to 11.M par lots, f.o.b. Coaldale or LolhirWge. LETHBRIDGE GRAIN PRICES Prices paid today for train In bridge, wagon load lots, follow: Wheat Oats I Barley.........'............ ,50 Flax.........-............. 1.43 Winnipeg Grain Markets WINNIPEG. Mar. main feature of the local grain market eon- tinUjpa to be the light offerings, pro- ducers no evident desire to jmt out any quantity at present jirices. The demand today from both Canadian and United 'States mills was food and during the morning the United Kingdom was reported iu the market for No.'1 northern wheat for March shipment at l'2c over in stock. The cash market was strong all ilay, selling aflSc over but showing 11 little heavy toward the close, cash prices showing a gain of 2 3-4c over yesterday's final figures. Winnipeg futures cloged with wheat 1 l-4c high- er at the high of the day for May, but July dropped 15-8 to I! l-4c under tbo high ol the day. In the course grains division, oats were in some demand with much bet- ter offerings. Oats closed 1-8 to l-4c lower; barley unchanged to l-4c low- er; flax 1 3-4 to 2 J-2e lower and rye le better. Quotations Open. Clofc.j May.........-... 176 177141' July............ 162% 40% 40% July 4S% 4SVt Slay......... TfAi- 7M4 July............ 7M 73l.t May............ 172% July............ 170 170 Jlay Ifi4 Edmentw Llmteck 10DMONTO.N, Mar. re- nil. N'o market. Hume is yesterday's average. HOKS, receipts U; Helecta off Hbeep, receipts L'L'; uu sales re- corded. Montreal Uveitock MONTUBAL, Mar. were 32 cars of mixed cattie on pale today In addition to ;iboul 175 cattle left over from yesterday's market. Pnic- ticully no salo of cattle at noon. Xo change in the sheep market. Medium light IIOSB for local trade sold at lli.00. Toronto Stocks TORONTO, Mar. opinions regarding trade conditions led to conshlorable Irregularity in trading on stock exchange, the closing at noon' showing an even dis- tribution of gains and losses. RIordon Paper after its violent downward swing yesterday to 107'i. recovered while Spanish Klver also made partial recovery to There was no rally in Abitibi, the stock declining iyt to 42V.. C. P. It. _______________ lost 14 at 129, but Gen. Electric made full recovery oC'yesterday's loss, clot- ing at noon at 114. Noon prices ot War and Victory bonds were: War 95; 1937. Victory 98 HVA; 1933, 9S; 1934, 95; Montreal Stocks Mar. Alberta'Phone Department In were carried 1 to nnlntu onir jrestardiijr'a final prtcen. Kiuepi- lit XUaitlc Uulf, nalnx were largely cancelled before noon, iteeli, motors, ropeeri, tohafCOH and low.nricnd yielding to renewed pressure, lie- public Iron preferred, Tobacco Pro- Searn-Rooouck vrnrn lalljr heary, losing 2 to I! points. There! was little demand for cull money at j the 8Ji ffy cent rate. I Shorts Were provided with addition-'