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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1, 1920 THE LETHBRtDGE DAILY HERALD MARKET REPORTS G ce Winnipeg Markels Nor. local markets vero dull today. The volume" ot hedging in llio pit. sud oulsldo of Ijy one house, there was little doing. "With, practically co uew business re- ported aud seaboard showing lltllo Interest tlie cash- wheat Irade' was very dull. Prices are based on Ncveia- lier ftiturea aud pramiiuns on No. 1 uorluern dropped 3 2J4 cents from Saturday. Offerings''of cash wheat are dally becoming more lib- eral. November wheat closed We er; December 14c higher a'nd'May higher: November, oats lie tower; lower aud AMay down. Barley lo lower for November; down; [or December, and Kovemb'er Hit Ic down tor November. Quotations: (iooil clscu welgheu up at {5.50 to 16.50. Sloekor anil feeder (rniio filr- ly tiir to goocl quality ranking J5.50 la JV.OO. .Sheep ami lamb market fairly EtcacJy, good lacibs bringing lo 59.00, wllh sheep at ?J.OO to Tho hog market was weaker today, packers bidding flfl.75" 'fcr selects, tlila being 20 cents from last-week's doss. Chicago Futures CHICAGO, Nov. futures: 209'A; March. 202. S4K: -May SOtf-. May CO'.i. Montreal Stocks SIONTHEAL; N'ov. local November December May November -May Open. 22SH 210 Close. 10S 39% 100% 21314 219% 63% CSS 1 OS 54 December May November 2S3 280% i December... 2SS !S1 May 204 282 November ISO nb Bcceruher... 172 Cash Prices No. 1 Nor... 231 2 Nor...2305i No. 3 Nor...225li No. -I Nor... 21131 Xo. 5 Nor Track, Jlanlloha ____ 223% Track, Saskatchewan Triick, Alberta Xo. 2 C.YV..'. CST6 No. 3 C.W... 62% Bitra No.' 1 Feed r IFeed.-. 60% No. 2 Feed.. B7% Track -.-.05% BARLEY- NO. 3 No. 4 C.W... 11115 Rejected :tock market tjilp morning; ihqwed -no Inclination (b begin the riew month by displaying" any :r undue- activity. Most'qf the Issues "were unchanged Tat Saturday's Atlantic Sugar open- ed a point lower'. 'at 75, but-Abltib) was 1 34 points higher to 6S. lirew: eries unchanged flgnrc of 61 Dominion lost a IB point' to and 2 1 to 137. Bromplon, Drailllan, Lauren- tide, Spanish River und Hiordou uere not quoted durlflffthu. early trailing. Montreal S4T4 Track No. 1 N. YV. No. 2 Nb. 3 C.W...240-S Condemned Track Li'vtBtoek- oy.i (Dominion OwlnE to light offerlrigB. sclloi-fi were asking .higher prices: Butcher- steers, good '5S to ?10.. Calres, rccelpls 555. Market nn- cbanged. receipts Market was higher. Uood lambs sold at J13. '.Hogs, receipts General oEer- ings were Toronto Livestock TORONTO, Nov. (Dominion Branch) "rccelpls kcl draggy. Butcher elecrs, cbolco, to ?12. Calves, receipts 337.' Top caWcs higher. Bhcop, receipts' Market for lambs 50 cents belter, quoted" at Hogs, receipts 3.810- Prices un- changed at ?1S.25 for feil and walcr: ed. W, .Cnlgary Llvcctock CjVLGARY, Nov. was :o slow and Inactive cattle ma.rknt to- day. Receipts were cattle 527: calves 11; hogs T7; IIS; steers lop- lied at 'mediurn to I.T.OO; .nicdtuni to goort fo.OO sto'ckei's'.Jl.lS .-to medium fo good J5.35-to igood ?7.00 la One-huudrert and fiEteeii owes avernging 115 mado ?G.60. Hogs, o'i carr bfiered. no" sales. Bar Silver NEW YORK, Bar silver, do- incstic roreign Winnipeg Livestock -.WIXSII'UO, Nov. toUaVrCSOO 305 hogs and G25 Bhecii. the cattle market opened with buyers uiilcliitg generally steady with the week-end close. Fair to good butcher steer's ?G.60 to choice females .reach- ed with bulk at JG.50 to Sterling Exchange 'NEW YOKK, Nov.- ex- change easy. Demand cublee Canadian dollars per cent, discount. Chicago Grain CHIOAQO, Nov. Commission 'nciv house Iriiyiug sent wrieal-upwariV'lo- day at the opening, but a material do- cliue look place'lalcr. Openlngquola- lions varie'd from unchangftd higher with -December 209 io 210 and March- 201 to 20Hi.: Oal3 followed other grains, opening unchanged to December to and Oicn, reacting. Grain In Store fINXIPEIi, Nor! follbwins Leinentiof slhtk's in piiblii! slclemei elevators at Fort William and Port Arlliur.on October 2S with p.nrt shipments during the week.was issued by.lhc-board of graiu .comnilssioncrs on SatufSay Stocks in store: bushels, oats barley 531- flol rye Receipts: Wheat oats SG2.179; barley flax -rvo 'Lake Wheat 3.S1G.221 .bushels; oats barley flax ryp. 'Hail shipments: Wheat oajs barley il.i.-c rye -nil. Five minutes- after starting :eun DclQwanna'blnnketed Esperanto and shot ahead. Esperanto crossed tbb line at From Front Page.) Dolawanna official time. hid been cruising Inzily aljoul under full Ball, cilgeil In closer for Iho ad- vantage-over the IlAo. Tommy Himmelmaii, at the wheel of tha Delaminna ealncd a allf ht vanUEo' over Ihe on tho start, crossinfj llio line to windward ot the Esperanto, though tliirly-fonr seconds behind her. Within flvo minutes the Delawanna sailing Tflth "aso than In" Sat- urday's tho liallast had been removed had lightened Wanketed'hcr opponent and passed to windward, to the Joy ot Iho Canadian supporters. Doubts were' expressed as to the nblllly o( the schooners to cover" Ihe courso Jn nlno hours. -The" courso chosen tho same aa tbat of Satur- day. It ElTCS the schooners a ail and a halt mile reach close.-hauled to .tho Inner buoy, n, lo the bnler nutpmalle buoy, nlno and a quMtcr mllci run lo.lho bell bu.oy lelanil, n 11-mllo beat hack the Inner automatic buoy and a six and a half broad reach of soma atrotch to tho starling lino oil-Point 'Pleasant brcskwaler. Shoots Ahead ON BOARD 9.a. TYI11AN, Nov. 1. 8MO, five min- utes before, ihe preparatory gun, lis- licranlo nod 'Delawanna had ,111110 more lhan sleorngp way, AVbat lllllo wind there if is came from Iho weal. A dredeo which had put (0 sea In tho early morning was "observed to ha port again, indicating that conditions outsldo preparatory Kiln heavier weather woe prevailing. Fifteen minutes found both schooners on starling llup with Dclawannn to wlntlwnrd sltincllng out on starboard (ack and Esperanto heading up tbo bnrbor on Iho1 port lack. A (cw seconds later Dela- wnnn cama abou4 on Iho port tack. Ksricranlo boro away and on llio stroke 6f the five-minute gun" jibed over and headed out of Iho harbor on star- board laclf. Dolawanna' In windward followed anil.- It looked for n time as thoush F.s