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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2G, 1920 UAlbl' PAGE FIVE MARKET REPORTS Winnipeg Grain Market WINNIPEG. ;Oot.: local "wheat market had a very ten- 'session day's prices on tho cattle market with the-tnule slow and draggj'. Medium to good batcher steers to }6.75; bulk best gride-. 16.50 to t7.1G; best feeder Bteors to ueucy toda; which was apparently eurmucu uj i-------.------- Chicago. A. spread of 7 34 to 9e was heifers, fair to good, shown hero with tho merket dosing S 1-4 to'9 Me higher. The demand for cash, wheat was rery light whllG-'offerlngs heavy. There smill premium existing only .for the'No. 2 northern', while other graded to tho October basis for No. 1 northern. The coarse grain ru'erkels Strong In sympathy with wheat, Ocjober wheat closed 8 l-4c higher, higher, December November S Lamb market was steady. Hogs declined 25 cents, today, lects chunglgg bands at Calgary Livestock Oct. caltlo market again opened .dull and. draggy. Canadian Business Healthy OTTAWA; Oct. healthy stale of husinesB ondltlons. Is rcflcctfnt ia tho bank Uitemont for September issued by-tbe iUanco department today. ..The I Canadian banks which now stand veil over the threo billion mark iti- rcased by approximately seventy million "dollars as compared with ugust. Notice depofiiu.increased by about'nine poslts by about millions. .HAY MARKET Ltd.) No. i Tliaotiy.............. 133.00 No. 1 Miied Timothy and At- fllfa.................... 30.00 No. 1 Alfalfa.............. tPrlee> f.o.b. curs Lelhbrldgt or Rawlpts: hogs Cajtllo 677; sheep 3101. calves The top for 6816 65% 9 l-4c May October oats Mdlowejr; higher; May 7-80} higher and NoTfmber 3-8e up; ?c, higher for October, 2 l-2o up for November, 3c-higher'for December and 2 l-4c higher tprJJay; flas 6 l-4c higher tor October, 6 l-2o up for November and 6 3-8c up for Do- comber; ry'o closed 7c higher for'all months.. Quotations: Onen. ClOEC. October.......... 220% November December May.............. 21114 October 67% May'... G7I4 November October 115K US- JJovember December 87% 9S9i >fay 09 100 Octbbor 282% November -27Si'i -December 276 October November 1S2 December 172 172 Winnipeg Cash Market _' No.'l .No. Xo.-3 Nor...228'A No. N'o. 5 Nor.. No. 6 Track, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta ;.......'.........233'i 2 C.W... No. 3 Bx.iNo. 1 feed Mo. 1 -feedi'.-62% No. 2 59% .Track.......... 05% butcher steer? was medium to good }6.0D to JT.OO; heifers, medium to good J4.50 to Cows, medium to good }4.35-to Stoclieri and medium to.good to medium. to good to 5S.OO; good ewes wethers lambs Hogs cars Montreal "Livestock MONTREAL, wero.44 ears of, mix cd Eiocl; in this morn Ing. Trading was fairly activa and prices about -unchanged: Butcher steers, good JS.tri ?10.50.: 'few -230U veal calves of any kind were on the Ciood to Jlp.- 220 Good lambs sold for Select hogs sold for Chicago Grain Market CHICAGO, Oct. wheat mar set stronger this morning Opening quotations were 1-3 to 1 3-4i higher'-with December 200 1-2 to; 201 -ind llarch 193 1-2 to 194 1-2, but were by a moderate reaction. Oats followed other grains, openlni J-4o higher for December >at 53 1-4 tc .3-3-S and continuins strong. Montreal Stocks MONTREAL, Oct. loca stock exchange was dull during lh' irsl half hour this morning and prao- ilcally-no trading took.place. Toronto Livestock TORONTO, Oct. receipts 772; cattle O.W...119 No. 4 C.W...US and.feed 86 Track No. 1" N. Vf. "C. No.' 2 C.W.. No. 3 C.W.. Condemned JTrack .No, 2 C.W.- V Winnipeg Livestock' Oct. 2SOO cattle; 85 hogs arid 1020 sheep. Buyers'fwei bidding generally In line with ycster Fake Full Control Compere Urges I Continued from Kronl iccompany. the funeral party to Cork. Ten members ,tho Cork.harbor board also are hers, together, witif many persons promlaent In" the civic and commercial life of Cork and-other Irish cities..... -i s Th'e njembera of the late lord may- or's family were continuing today their vigil over the body. Inquest in Prison This noon the Irish Self-Deternilni Hen League! announced It had receiv- ed definite word that the' inquest would bo hol3 In Brliton prison ..al 11.SO aim. Wednesday.- H Is ex'pp'ctec tho b9dy .will he placed In state at tho St. George's cathedral before six p.m. Wednesday and.will remain lying there until'Thursday" A bodyguard .-which 'will be relieved each three hours.will bo posted about the catafalque. Solemn requiem mass will bo sung at the Southwark cathedral at 11 a.m .Thursday, the celebrant being Fathc-i tho administrator of tha cathedral. .Absolution'will, be givci I by Archbishop Mannix, the Australian prelate, and Bishop Colter of'Ports mouth The'funeral partV.will proceed from on at tho llo.uor laws within tho rbvlnoe.- New legislation will be In- next cession ef the eislilure, ia'the way, it Is expected, t amendments to the present liquor what will be tbe nature these chaises In the law has nut et determined. Premier when asked today r a stalenient of what his govern? mentirould do matter, said'that o policy had been decided upon and lit question would havo to e.Ldealt with In" council be- qre making statement; He ited, however, that.the question could be brought up In the early ini glad the province went said-the premier. yot'o and 1 am ton I y t hev total.-holh ofvotes of thfciuaiorlty, werts' not .rado opened "slow" and dragsy.- Heavy beef sicers 60 tfl 51450 Calic" lecelpts 124 Calf trade op encd alow -and unsteady. -Choice 517.60 to }19. Sheep leunpfs 670 'Ijamb marke' unsettled, none were sold. Uog receipts 1241 Hog prices stead) at 2o fed and -watered Chicago Futures Oct; futures 209 202 1'2. 82 1-4; May 88 3-4. Oats-r-December 54 5-3; May 59 3-4 Sterling Exchange NSW YORK, Oct. ex- change ?3.4G 3-4; cables 1-2; Canadian dollars S 1-2 to 9 b-8 per cent, discount. Bar Silver ..NEW YORK, Oet silver, domestic 99 1-2; 'foreign' SO 3-8. York Stocks NEW YORK, rales: C. P. R. .125 S. steel 89 3-8; U.-S. sleelVeferred 107 3-8. Prbtection and Profit "RTien money is in A, Savings Account in The Merchants Bank, it is absolutely safe .from! as. far as you are concerned Alj theiimeitishere, it is earninginteiest ,-rs'o tHat.the bank actually pays you to let it take care of your money. Don't carry iinncedcd sums on your person or them at home. Protect them against IOSB, "theft and fire by opening: a sayings account BANK Head Office: Montreal. OF CANADA Established 18B4. LETHBFtldoE BR'ANCH. RY STOCK CALGARY ST CK YARDS BRANCH. Branches alto At Baroiu And Noble! Sub-Agency Bt Monarch open and R J. DINNING, W T. HOPK1RK, WHEAT PARTICIPATION CERTIFICATES Leave your certificates with this Baiak and we will collect for you the final payment which will probably be auth- orized by the Wheat Board about the end of October. M t THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL .RESERVE FUND LETHBRIDGB JV. Ilcikic, Manager. Renewing Your Tire Treads In retread- ing .of 'tires, all makes. We rendw the treads in their origi- nal form- or other, effccllvo fornis. This Is Important to you, y6u consider ;how.. high tire.i aro and thai .you can pro- long: Iho life of'yoiir old tiroa by our .im-fo-dato retrcailhig methods. Lcthbridge Vulcanizing Workss PH6NE 1664 E. CHAPLIN, lethbrldge' LETHBRIOOE MACLEOD 712 3rd AVE. 3. B. CHAPUIN, Maelsod. of I Liquor Business "Alberta I as to what TVO shall do aeil, or oven nojr, a result of {before, making up my own mini! In ondiy's Tote, assume full control