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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY.NOVEMBER 2C, 1920 THhi LETHBKJDGE DAILY MARKET REPORTS LETHBRIDGE GRAIN Prices pall today .for grata in bridge, wagon-load lots follow: Wheat Oats..................... .28 Uarloy .'....................53. Ilya...................... 1.10 1.69 Ellison Mills will pay 42 cents a bushel-for oats to their mills la southern Alberta. This is above the regular market" lirico as can ho noted above. ___ .WINNIPEG, Nov. touch- W'S-S; May45 3-8 CASH CLOSE 2 hara, 102 to 103 1-2; Xo. i northern 15S. 2 rhtied 09 1-2; No. 2 yellow 75 to 75 2 ib 7To.' .1 white 46 1-4 to 41. Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Nov. a general Deiou a busbol. tho first lime since IhB'war..- The immediate Uear- -GRAIN GROWERS 1NCREA9E CAPITAL CALGARY, Nov. 4 United Grain Growers. Limited, "shareholders, af tho annual meeting in Calgary on Friday authorized the directors to In- the borrowing power of the company, from to This was the only resolution (hat adopt- ed, a vast number of others, dealing more or less .with rou- 'ft tluo'belcg cither defeated or the low price ot the season hero lurn in 'foreign eicha today with. November at 175, Docem-j buying of wheat toot i tho cotton iiiarket.anil a new down- inge. British plac6-on the 159 and May at loS. Tho Bn.jng but ,a1lca to ing was eitremely_weal5, beiug from j jast and the market fell as low as 2 13 to IGc down, and was ed 14, ror .March delnerj Opening quo bv further der in the nearby posi tallons varied from 3 1-4 to Sc low tion Reaction followed later and sub cr December loj 13 to 15C 14 advances were made om> toUtid March U7 to 1B1 followed bs bs partly Josit again and the moderate and brief recoveries to butcher cows mostly ifi.75 to J7.00. Calves slow to 50 cents fully Merits situation was bearish and undertone Wheat closed 3 1' to 3 Si The demand for cash, wheat was very quiet. 'Buyers were away and gaie evidence of having farmers grain and are gradua'l) letting go TJis "oaroe- grains were "honing lit from initial low figures Oats were depressed, opening 1-8 to down with-May 47 3-4 to 18 1-S. and continuing weafc higher than Wednesday's average; big packers buying spariridy' but tew hogs left ia Brst hands; bulk to pigs, 15 to -20 cents higher: Sheep, receipts fat lambs, strong-to 25 cents higher; bulk'na- tives J10.00 to Jll.OO. HAY (Prices furnished Farm Ltd.) Montreal. Stocks Tirrotby No 1 J31 No. 1 Mixed Tluothy and Al- falfa SO 00 1 Alfalfa 27 Coaldaie. its fa cjqsmg pf oS, as -tie change', 'in.' the future markets .Oats fractionally higher'.-' Oats closed 1-Sc lower to 7-Sc higher; bar- ley unchanged to l-2c lower; lias 2 to ScTlpwer and rye 2c higher. Ca3h coarse grain bfferiugs. were light with a fair de-aaniT for oats, barley and flax. notations: Open. Close. November ISO 17 a December Mavf November Jleceiuber 2to Open. ISO .52 -i'J'X- Bar Silver KEW YORK, Nov. Bar sliver, I domestic 99 12 foreign 75 12 i Hccemher FIiAX- December S2 13 IS' IS7 S3 New York Stocks NL'A }ORK, saies CPU 117, U S steel, 82, U S. steel'preferred IOC; Winnipeg Livestock Nov (Dominion receipts wero 1030 cattle, '-120 hogs and 10 sheep. onh limited offerings trading was quiet this bn all s chsses and grades of butcher cattle iholnt geuerillv in line with jester diy s close Good feeder steers were (2o teuta stronger ab j at stead> prices v> The hps market_rernained unehang- J8' 102 November 153 IS Slaj 152 Cash Prices WHEAT- NO 1 Nor No 2 No Ii7 i Nor 111 K Nor .H9 Tries -Manitoba Saskatchewan and __ 16 2 feed 1 feed ISO 1 feeJ 477 Jraok No. 3 C.W... 91 Kejecteil Track No. 4 C.W.. 78 CC'4 73 y, 1 N IV C 185 :No 2 CW 181 No 3CW 150 Condemned 14t> Track 1S2 IlYB-r 3 No 2 C W 162 x Chicago Futures CHICAGO Cioso futures December- 1G2 Jlarch 14S. December 64 7S, 11% _ ed from esterday s clo; e, selects changing' hauila at Sterling.Exchange MiW 10KK ex clnngo heav lo the victims of .Sunday's .assassinations iu Dublin Londoners b> thousands massed themselves in'the streets along the route of tho funeral procesr siou to pay silent'tribute to the.Brit- ish officers Yrho lost their Ihes in these coffins Cattle -MO 132 hogs sheep C27. Tho market opcnefl few butcher steers being at noon.' More'action1 was expected during the afternoon Butcher Bieers medium to good to ?i Cows medium to good ?o 00 to ?D 7o stock crs -uiil feeders to good cahes to ?700 Fifty four Iambs show.stuff, averaging IDS pounds went to Swift Canadian at IlloO Ordinarj good lambs made good ewes Si 00 7 ,llogs }lo oO for selects off cars Chicago livestock CHICAGO, receipts best corn fed steers and caiiner cons other classes slow to lormiTij cuy euuoi oi me jiamil (on Herald lie has resided in Dunn llias 'president of of of the 10 men brought to for .Trade, a.member of the public library board, ana a member of ihb board educ.ilion. OFFICIAL RESIGNS MLXICO C'TT Dr.: Cutberto Hidalgo, who.has been in .actual-charge of-the Mexican for- eign office during the de la Iluerla regime resigned sevcml weels ago and made a formal