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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Stptombcr LETHBRIDGE HERALD-25 Market prices at Toronto lower in moderate trade TORONTO (CP) Prices the Toronto stock market were sharply lower in moderate mid-morning trading today The industrial index fell 2.20 to 155.51, golds 11.8 to 306.61 and western oils .79 to 130.90. Base metals rose .08 to 63.58. Volume by 11 a.m. was 000 shares compared with MONTREAL (CP) Prices lost more ground in light trading on the Montreal Stock Exchange today. Volume at a.m. was shares, compared with shares at the same time Wednesday. Industrials fell 3.69 to 165.07, the composite 3.02 to 158 75, banks 1.76 to 198.83. utilities 1.23 to 114.29 and papers .38 to 97.15. Moore fell 1% to Distillers Corp.-Seagrams 1 to Shell Canada to Alcan to Imperial Oil class "A" to Pacific Petroleums to Falconbridge Nickel Vz to International Nickel class "A" to Massey-Ferguson Vt to and Pan Ocean Oil to Abitibi Paper rose to Among speculative issues, Quebec Explorers Corp. fell two cents to 67 cents after'trading shares. Winnipeg grain WINNIPEG (CP) Future prices continued to advance through mid- session today in good activity on the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange. Vancouver rapeseed and corn were the strongest commodities, but all areas made good gains. Wednesday's volume of trade was 247.000 bushels of wheat. 1.557.000 of oats, of barley, of corn, 566.000 of rye, of flax and 000 of rapeseed. Mid-session prices. Thunder Bay rapeseed- Oct 17 higher 8.48A; Nov. 13" higher 8.I6D, Dec. 20 higher 8.02B: May nor open. Vancouver rapeseed: Sept. 20 higher 8.67A: Nov. 20 higher Jan. 19V2 higher Mar. 20 higher 8.36'AB. Flax: Oct. 13 higher 12.29; Nov. 15 higher 12.09A; Dec. 10 higher 11.87A; May nine higher 11 55A. Feed wheat: Oct. higher 4.01A; Dec. 10 higher 3.98A; May five higher 3.00B: July not open. Corn: Dec. 10 higher 3.79A; Mar. eight higher 3.82B; May five higher 3.85B: July 10 higher 3.93'AB. Barley: 2% higher Dec. 3% higher 2.98A; May higher July not open Oats. Oct. higher 1.98A; Dec. six higher 1.93: May one higher 1.94B; July not open. Rye: Oct. four higher Dec. 4% higher May four higher 2.95B. July five higher 2 92A. Grain quotes Wednesday basis Lakehead: High Low Close Flax Oct 1216 1202 1216 Nov 1194 118? 1194 Dec 1177 1165 li77 May 1146 Rapeseed Thunder Bay Oct 831 827 831 Nov 803 Dec 782 May 800 Rapeseed Vancouver Sept 847 Nov 845% 832 Jan 837 823% 830 Mar 826 808% 816'i Com basis Montreal Dec 369 Mar 374 May 380 Jly 383V2 Rye Oct 291% 289 291% Dec 283% 281 283 May 291% 287 Vi 291 Jly" 287 'Barley Oct 298 297 297% Dec 294% 292 294% May 301 300 301 Jly 302% Oats Oct 194% 188% 184% Dec 187 187 May 193 Jly 188 'Feed Wheat Oct 397'4 Dec 388 May 395 Jlv" 398 Dollar value MONTREAL