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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVEMBER S, 1920 THE PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS 0 Winnipeg Grain prices wore practically In line with WINNIPEG, Nov. heavy those at tho close of last week's trad- declines were recorded'la whea! to- ing. Packers were still off the mar- day, closing 6 7-S to 7 l-2c lower than ket. Kecelpts, cattle 440; calves 28; Saturday. During lie early part ol sheep 259; no hogs. On Saturday 23 the'.morning the market was erratic, choice steers averaging founds and after opening slightly lower on sold 25 averaging heavy hedging sales and liquidation, for lots to eastern flrms. quieted down considerably and some Butcher steers topped today at gains were shown. Considerable buy- J7.25; medium to good ?6 to J7; com- ing for American milling Interests held uion Cows; medium to good back the uecltiw for a time. The to good-grass heifers J5.50; local market was at'ouo time 2c out feeders to 57.60. Calves, mod- of line with Chicago. Later lu the lum to good }C to Tariff Commission Hears Argu- ments for Protection in Province By The Sea day this difference was -.TipcJ cat and receded into and contin- ued (ho downward course- In sym- pathy wUh (he United Slates market. Early id the session there was a fair cash demand -for wheat. There _ was no business reported, the buying iet'unc'hamre'rt in bemE only to fill old contracts. Coarse sfeerT chSf e JU to U225 m-.lfn u dm, ilecrs, IBIUCC, Ml K> No sheep .or hogs were sold, quota- tions on hogs being the oamo as Sat- urday, J1S.25 for selects of! cars, Toronto Livestock Butcher grain showed a firm undertone con-, slderlng the nervous wheat market.' Open. 313 200 November......... December......... EiU Jliiy November 25G December.......... 265 November ___' iin December JG2 Cash Prices WHEAT- NO, i Nor...208% No. 't ley were tn. good demand In j market, r.vo Indifferent and flai good. Wheat to 7 l-2c lower; oats'-1-2 lo Ic lower; barley "3-8 to 2 3-Sc; JUx 7 to 0 l-2c lower and rye 8 to C.1-2C lownr. Quotations: November IJccembcr May November December May........ Calves, receipts 356. Tops ?17 to Prices un- ii0i. Montreal Ll'vestock Vni- Nov. receipts mar- ket active and prices strong. good cattle offered. CHICAGO, Nov. sefliacka reported HALIFAX. Nov. Sir Henry Dray- (C'li, uiiuistci of.fiuanw, and Hon. CJ. D. Kobertson, mlulEter ot labor, 'com- prising ihe Federal Tariff Commis- sion, spent a busy morning at the provincial building hero getting the views ot Nova Scotlans on (he question of protection. Groups of rep- resentatives of the manufacturers and flsuiug interests, the farmers' and the retail and wholesale merchants pres- eutcd staled cases to the commis- sioners.. 1'iercy read the manufacturers' brief which opeaed with (he direct as- sertion that the manufacturers of Halifax and other parts of Nova Scotia as a class believe it lo be in their Interests, in the inlerests the Jngnien, consumers aud the nation as a wholo that a policy of protection. such as has been enforced since 1S73 should continue to be the policy fol- lowed by tho government. Support Duty on Fish >ir. A. Brlttaln of Jloiifreal, vice- presitleht and general manager of tlie Maritime Fisli coriioratldn urged the case ot the nshiug in lores Is. "Tha best interests of (lie Canadian consumers jis weJl'as those of the fishermen will be served by the continuance of (ho urcECiit duty on fresh fish. H. will en- Kansas City and' Omaha. Nolico 'Js tO'devclop plans for raarket- CORK HUNCBfc'STRIKEBS1 IN PRECARIOUS CONDITION 'CORK, Nor.'S.''tiyaiii tnm Vkt Cork jail today the lioo. o( the .remtiatat irUlMuav KMfioss.' it though UUi'wU tht Bteetieth iUy ot their strike 1 marc, 4'years uld, 1 1'ordioron sUlllou, 6 years old, 1706; 3 fillius. comini! :t years old; i! gcldlnga, rnmlng 3 ywrs old; 1 ing. comfm; 3 years old; 2 sdekHni; colls; 1 shelland pony, 8 yc'ara 9 HEAD OF No. 1 milk cows, 3 heifers, 2 caifes, hogs, yttuux sows, 1 young boar, 3 itozen, chickens, 5 ulicks. FARM S-ft. McUonnick hinder, 1 Van Brant press drill. Van Brunt high wheel ilrill, 1 Campbell subsoil packer, 1 H-ln. .lotm Deere gAng plow, 1 John Deere sulky walking How. 1 S-fl.