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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVEMBER 23, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY; HSRALD PAGE ITVP MARKET REPORTS LETHBRIDQE GRAIN PRICES Ity of this morning's offerings. Trade Today's prices cm grain, wagon load lots are: Wheat.....................J1.41 Oata....................... .29 Barley Rye ,.............___.___1.10 Flax Chicago- Livestock Nov. re- celpts desirably ceef steers show Ins corn feeding er; yearlings fed. 11 months, 57.50. continues dull and draggy. Prices are about steady with- yesterday's close. Chicago Grain Market CHICAGO, Nov. demand for cash wheat for eapbrt had a bullish eifect the future delivery market. 0 iv the '-ptura in prices, free selling took place, and u scarp, reaction oc- curred, but rallies quickly ensued. Ira- proved financial conditions, .Including an advance In stefllcE eicbange, were generally regarded as strengthening Hogs, receipts 38.000; active. Wily factors. Opening prices, which rang eil from 1-2 to 4c higher, with Deceui- Jl.OO lower than yesterday's average. Sheep, receipts fat classes op- ening about steady yesterday. Winnipeg Grain Market WINNIPEG, Nov. react- ed heavily today, wheat at the close And in United States in Ameri- can From Winnipeg Grain. Exchange OTTAWA, Nov. Canadian behalf ot Iho SYlnnipeg grain exchange, H. J. Symington, K.C., ber Id to lCl-l-3'and March 157 to Winnipeg, this morning brought to 159, were followed by setbacks to well j the attention of the Board of Railway below yesterday's finish and thereby substantial fresh gains.' Traders In oats took their cue from showing an advance ot from 1 lo S! course of olher cereals. The mar- cenfs, wilh a distinctly better feeling Ml opened j.2 to o-Sc up for May In tho future market during Ihe 3-1 to 18 1-3, eased off-temporarily .The underton.0 lo Iho coarse then ascended with considerable tins wss'much-stronger and was 'vigor. -V grains wss' much -strong helping the sentiment in wheat. In contrast to tie activity In. the futures, tho local cash market was very dull. The demand was flat while offerings were large. Premiums were ...In _____ in the coarse, grains large advances made, flax being the most notice- able svith an advance, at the close of Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Nov. (Dominion 2300 cattle, 235 hogs and'100 Tho market con- tinues slow and'draggy-agairi today and all classes nnd grades were under a light inquiry. -.'Bidding generally appeared to be 25 cents lower with I -sales difficult to complete at reduced PRESS COMMENT ON BYE-ELECTIONS Windsor, Border Cities Sua (Inde- "Tho government has ex- pressed the fullest confidence ot ability to retain the seat. la a three- cornered contest with the opposition vote divided, its candidate had a good chance io win. 'The-vlctory of the U.P.O. candidate is significant and IB such us to em- phasize the strength of the organized agrarian movement iu po- lltlcal'. affairs in Canada." Toronto World "East Elgin is identical for provincial aud Dominion'1 purposes. It would therefore have been 8 remarkable vic- tory had the soternment siecled its candidate at yesterday's Lye-election. Underlying It is the peril io the- government, 'which cannot bo trashed aside, ot a virile, hlghly-or- g.inlied opposition iu the s'aapo of the farmers' party." Montreal Gazette "Tbe result mMnSfS loss to the gov- ernment o'n.ji diriw" in lie house of Commissioners, the mailer of the pay- ment to railways, on tho basis ot Am erican currency, ot rates on grain unt grain products shipped froni Canadian to American points where the haul .is largely in Canadian territory.' proposal io the board Iu a .nutshell sense, though it would have was that it should he; arranged that tho paymenls for haulage wlthlu Caha.i causes of the change Iu.senlt. dian territory should he paid to same as those which put rhilo the haulage in the Mr-: Drury. In in Ontario. (nil butler io one l ...._ ___________ _____ -._ _________ cents. 'Cash oats were in excellent prices, especially., stockers and feed- Demand, -wlth'lbe spreads iinch to better. All grades of barlay were also In' demand and flax showed good demand .with an advance of %c on the spread. Wheat closed 1 to S cents higher: to 3c higher; barley 3 to higher; tins K'M to 16c higher and rye higher. Nov. .Use. May Nov. Dec. May Nov. Dec. ,llay Kov. Bee. May..... Tim.' Dec: Hay Quotations Open 191 171 ,-.x... ,171. Til ........50 54 7SVJ 1S5 1S2 190 Close 195 17S 1S1 medium bulchor steers. v Sheep and lamb market quiet. Few good lambs The hog market was steady at i Sterling Exchange NEW YORK, Nov. ei- chango steady; '.demand 1-3; cables J3.51 Canadian dollars 11 7-S cent. Discount. Chicago Close: CHICAGO. cash :r hard 16S 1-2 lo 1721-2; No. 2 mixed 175. 2 mixed 71 to 72; Xo. i 3 yellow 7S 1-2 to 79 1-2. 2 while 47 1-2 lo J9 1-1; No. 3 white K 1-2 lo 1C 1-2. S3- 77 Close Futures 7514 IBS; March 163- G7