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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, OCTODRU THE LETHBR1DGB DAILY ri2RAL'D MARKET REPORTS Winnipeg Grain Market WINNimS, Oct. 2 C.W..: market was demoralized tolay No. i i prices broke- heavily right troui 1 feed.: opening. The .local market was doubtedly working In sympathy wllUi United Stales markets. Pressing sc.W... hedging sales and absence of buying volume explains the weakness to some extent here. The cash market was -S'o. 3 O.W... C 4....... C No. 2 feed.. 02 7054 No. 3 C.W... 07Ti No. 1 feed f" 1 feed.. C4H No. 2 feed.. 02% fairly steady at about 5c over the Oc- tober bid for No. 1 northern. The coarse' grains were weaker, but In comparison with wheat, they were fairly steady. October wbeat closed 13 l-4c lower; November 13c lower and December lower; October oats 1C lower; -December 1 ?-4c lower, nnd- Hay 1 l-3c lower; barley I1 l-4c for October and 1 l-2c down for Decem- October rye l-4o higher "and flax 7c down (or Octooor, 4 c lower for Jy'oyember and 7c lower for December. Quotations: Open.- October 232 Noveinber 2Z6 December October CS% December ,63 Way., ,60U BARLEY- .'O'c'tbher Ueclinber- Track No. 3 K'ejettec.......... Feed Track............... No. I N. >V. C......... No. 2 C.W..-.30G No Cond ned Track LETHBRIDSE WILL KNOW RESULT EARLY A As the World Series baseball game at Srooklyn start at twelve 0'cloch Stand- ari) time the first bullctiue .will reach the Herald shortly aftw C- eieven'o'clock and win ho "uuiie- v tiued Immediately. 't i> 4 c.w...ionj 9iS ........310 ..'......2CO ........309 WHEAT MARKET IS DEMORALIZED Heavy Drop in Depression Chicago O'Aob er- 103 53 v 1705J- Close. 215 2D414 01% 116% NEW Sterling Exchange YORK. Oct. Sterling ei- ii won change was steady, demand 53.48 3-S; cables 1-S. Canadian dollars j were quoted at 9 1-S. per cent, discount. Montreal Livestock MONTREAL, Oct. receipts, De- mands for -Jratcher' caltlc slow. Pack- ers claim lhat prices here are oul pt Hue with weslern markets., Eleven head ol the besl steers' sold for Calves, receipls Grass calves wore SO ceuts lower. i Sheep, receipts Lamb mar- het is off hut not enough lambs have been sold to establish prices. .Hogs, receipts Market 20.25 'October 7.......... 314 310 'November....... 31C .December ,r315 -310 Cash" Prices No. 1 No. 2 Nor...221% No. 3 Nnr...213K No. 4 CHICAGO, Oct. Drastic cut ting-. of prices .took place in tht- wheat market Acute -de- prcnlo.n- at. the jast hour anci'.tlie was semf-dev moralized at the' lowest prices of the day, showing a net decline of to with Diwmb'er 1.95 to and March 1.91 to In the final trading the leading fea- ture was not so much aggressive efforts to sell as the- nearly plete absence of buying. All future deliveries ot wheat drop- ped below 2.00 a bushel tor the first time since- the withdrawal of the gov- ernment guarantee of a minimum price. Both export oil 1 and domestic dcruand be very loV: In TpUnwesolfenng wil Torpid r.iver, or Nervous Hitdacka, ralgia, Kid- ney Trouble, Jthrvmalistn, Pain in He Soft, end clker affedifms, gives prompt reliefVnd. assures a speedy lhe treatment it fajtnfnily followed. is lie only Mtdiiia made tha inedjcinal principle.? of apples, oranges, Sjjs and prunes, combined with valuable tonics and antiseptics. SCO a box, 6 for trial sire, 25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Limited, Ottam, Oil. NTo Possibility That the Board's Decision on Railway Rates Will Be Reversed rouble Facing Lloyd George OTTAWA, Oct. special to the Journal from London' says: "There is lively discussion here today to the effect that Lloyd Gjorge Is facing the prospect of Immediate resignation of five members of his cabinet." PAGE FPjjS MILLERS AGAIN CUTFLOURPR1CE AT MINNEAPOLIS FIVE CHILDREN BURIED TO DEATH (Continued from Fron! Page.) cM cars. Montreal Stotlts Oct. J.-rThe local stock CJclianee was fairly strong at i its opening this morning and a few. i fractional gains were made from Sat- Inrday's closing prices during half hour: Aliitlbl- went up 1-2, point 5 Nor. Manitoba ..............22 Track. Saskatchewan Alberta .-----.......219JJ T...20G-AI Brazilian a quarter to'3614. "J iBrompton los? a point to 77. Brew- erles remained "practically unchanged al 63.3-4. Laurentlde and Spanish this connection, special- notice was to the announcement that on e- Manufacturing the Un- ion Iron-and .Foundry The'territory, of these firms Is said to extend west'to Golden .and .Xelson OTTAWA, Oct. special meet- ing of the cabinet council has been railed for this afternoon, when it is understood, ttis government will con sider Us Judgment ia the sppca! against Increased railway rates. Sinco argument on the case last week, mem bcis ot the cabinet have- been, making a close study into all tho factors en Icring into the situation, which re low, or loner in price, M llioci obuinaMc in my Onmtrf. onrf el Foolvxtir you are atturej, at fair prictt alufayt, of tftf utmost l, aaJcin product in .Comfort, Strekt Stjh. CanaJa prejucn foelnlar nt uttl'ttHiMt typt, in all Irlkn MaJ, in ;