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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TMimsnAY. MARCH 31. 1921, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY H0RALD MARKET REPORTS w HAY FT1ICEI5 (Furnished by Farm Prodsi'.'ts, US., LethbrldRe) No. 1 Alfalfa, 2nd cutliuj No. 1 Alfalfa, 1st culling tS.OG Standard Alfalfa 111.00 No. a Alfalfa .H.OO to 15.00 No. 1 Mixed tirfotby and alfalfa. 24.00 Light to 22.00 rlo 1 Bluojoltft, Irrigated 23.00 lo 28.00 No. 1 Timothy, irrigaMd lo Wheat straw (3 wires) 10.00 Oat Straw ..............10.00 to ia.00 Car lots, Coaldale or Lcthlirldgc. LETHBRIOGC GRAIN PRICES Prices paid today for grain in Loth- bridge, wagon load lots, follow: Wheat .....................J1.40 Oats Barley......................47 Flax....................... 1.38 WINNIPEG GRAIN PRICES WINNIPEG, market continued very heavy again this mor- ning and wheat prices lost over live cents early in the session. May wheat fell to tho low of the day, at which figure the market reacted sharp- ly, and showed a much stronger un- dertone. Tho close was 3% to lower. The cash wheat market was also Tfeak, the demand being limited while offerings were larger. Premiums olosed lie over for No. 1 northern. After touching 41 cents, short cover- Ings gav.e needed strength to the oats market and prices reacted to and closed at 43 for May and 45 for July, gain of to grains were dull. 1 lA> In %c. other Barley closed to 153% 43 45 73 70% IVic lower; flax 3% to 4 c lower and rye unchanged. Quotations: May 175 July............ 156 May........... 42V, July......... BARLEY-- May............ 73% July............ 70 May............ 170 367% July............ 1731.'. m May 153 157 Cash Prices Ko. 1 Nor. 1S2V- Xo. 3 No. 5. Nor. 1751'. Xo. 4 Xo. 5 l.iSli Xo. 0 Feed Track Xo. 2 C. W. No. 3 C. AV. 39. Xo. 1 Feed 33 Xo. 1 Feed.. 37 Xo. 2 Feed..' 34 Track..................... 43 Xo. 3 C. AV, 79 C. AV Feed Track FLAX- NO. 1 X. AV. C.................1154% Xo. 2 C. AV. IfiOTi Xo. 3 C. AAr. 13514 Condemned. Track.....ltt% No. 2 C. W....................156 Chicago Gnln CHICAGO, Mar. prices today fell lo the lowwt level which has been touched this season by the May and July deliveries. Selling pres- sure was general and buying was only o( a scattered sort. Prospects of a b'l! yield of winter wheat was a bear- ish factor. Opening 2 >2o lower to l-4c higher with May 1ST 1-2 to 139 3-4 and July 119 3-4 to 120, were followed by numerous fluctuations within tho Initial range. Oats were m-eak, opening 1-4 to 5-Se lower with July 39 7-S to 40, but after- wards descending rapidly. CLOSE ATTIJRES 13s 1-2; July 119 i-2. 38 5-8; July 39 5-8. SO 1-8; July .63 3-4. CLOSE CASH 2 red 154 1-2 to 155; No 2 hard W4 1-2. 2 mixed 55 to 5S 1-2; No. 2 yellow 59. 2 white 40 to 40 3-4; No. 3 -whito 37 3-4 to 38 3-4. Calgary Livestock CALGARY, Mar. cattle market opened fairly active s today, prices about steady. Receipts, cattle, 361; calves, 3; hogs, 291; sheep, 60. Choice steers S.10 to 8.60; medium 6.60 to 6.75; medium to good heifers and cows 5.50 to 6.00; common 4.50 to 5.00; medium to good stockera and PAGE FIVE War 93; as. Victory US; 1923, JIKN, tm. J.S34, 11137, Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Mar. K'cj! itock oichHnito was miiet at its open- Ing this morniiiK and although a fair Tolume of trading transpired, no In- teresting changes In quotations took place. Wall Street Stocks NEW YORK, Mar. prevailed at tho opening of today's stock market, leaders of tho oil, steel, equipment and motor groups being ou tin first floor. Clwi'lcx catered the room and mini Hoftby, greeted him In a moot friendly jikunaiv- He drew frudi his (Kiultut HiiMKaiy's highest military decoration, the of the Marie Thereso Order anil affixed It on Hortfej') breast. Hsrthj accepted the cross Imt he firmly that he was not will- ln( lo over Dower to anil declared that would, oltcr armed resistance If any. attempt were made to forcibly overthrow tlio present re- gime. After hours of warm discus- sion Charles, with tears in his eyes, consented to leave Hungary Immeui- among the lirst to Kive way, to in- atoly. When passing a coiirtooying greased pressure. Prospects of tight- porter "as he was leaving thn palace or money rates encouraged the shorts! tho former king said farewell forever' to extend th Cost of Constructing North Hill Exchange in Calgary is Under Question little boot! from lo which along with hi. Indemnity of will give him an annual s.ilary of KOOO. The mlnitters1 remuneration will be increased from to SHOT INTRUDER TO SAVE HER HONOR The market became -very, dull at mid-day, but further weakness devel- oped. Pennsylvania at a fractional decline to 3! 1-2, established a new- low record for many years. Obscure specialties, including Union Fed- make much "more than tenders provided was the subject bu- the public accounts commitu-'j fore (Special to The Herald) KDMONTO.V. Mar. fhiuiKOS in the plans, after the con- icir committment.. With-1 Charles, whin he arrived" by'auTo L''a''ts wor? "ow j in tho first halt hour losses of 1 to 3 back in Steinaraangcr had changed I watohomo points were sustained by Mexican mind and declared that he wouh' n ilvcml1' sub-1 Petroleum, General Asphalt, Royal not pass over the fronUa d on Ihe Xorth mil In Cal- liurvoster, Baldwin, he was feeling ill and went to bed in fin' Studebaker and Chandler. Tho ,eac-1 Bishop Mikes' castle where at last atT-' to extended to rails. Uuion and counts he was under guard. oiMnaRrn I'aciltc.s losiue one point each, lu tho absence of more than mod- erate snort coverings, cftccs contin- ued to recede during tho morning. Ex- tensions to early losses rau from 1 j to 2 points, and included Crucible, Mexican Petroleum. Houston Oil. Gon- eral Asphalt, Baldwin, Anmrican Car. American Sugar, American Woolen and leathers. Call money opened at B 3-3 per cent, against yesterday's filial rate of 7 par cent., but time i nvnnx-