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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, .SEPTK.MBEU 8, 1020 THE LETHBRIDGE DAIivt' HERALD-. PAGE KIVK MARKET REPORTS HOW 'INCREASES AFFECTS COAL Winnipeg Grain Market WINNIPEG, Sept. Allgrain mar- Were very strong at today's ses- Mioii aid prkes ou the local market pnade substantial advances throughout (lie entire list. Tlicre un excel- Jenl demand for cash wheat, the pre- mium advancing nuking it 14 tents over the October delivery for No. 1 northern. This' cash demand Bnd eilremcly limited lent Strength to the futures. la'the coarse ?ram -markets. there >-as a splendid demand for all grades ;with limited October wheat closed 25fcc higher; December 3% bettor; October oats v-losed 1% up and December and 'May 1% higher; October barley closed 3% higher, December 2c bolter; October ftai closed higher wllh November Chicago Grain Market CHICAGO, Sepl, slrenglli developed in the wieat market today chiefly as a result of free buylng_ for the seaboard. The east was not only after future deliveries but also for the first time in several days was seeking cash wheat in. volume. There was a good demand, too, for the other leading rye. Opening prices, which ranged from 3-4 to 2o higher with December 24.2 to 243 and March 239 were followed by slight re- higher; Jilgaer. WHEAT Ocl. October rye closed 2c Quotations OcL Open. 2611 274 Close. 751.5 70U Prince Albert Wholesalers. In-! dignanl at Freight Rule Increase action aud then by a new upturn, higher than before.. OaU were firm wllh-com, starting unchanged to 3-Sc higher. December 651-8 to G5 and later storing gains all arouu'd. The seaboard buying was generally considered to'be a refleclion of ex- uort sales. Prices closed firm, to 4% cents jnet higher, willi December 245J4 and Jlarch Decided falling In" corn receipts from Iowa and Illinois consignments to "Chicago was reported. -The close PRINCK ALKKHiT, Sepl. Whole- salers in all lines, retailers aud large shippers of all classes greatly deplore the freight rate increases announced and strong condemnation of the com- plele surrender of the railway com- mission expecled. Wholesaler! In- terviewed eaii] that the increase was unfortunate in {hat the in many cases unable to recoup him- self for the eitra outlay, and would have to bear the exira