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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THK LFTiriJlUDfiE DAILY JIRUAIAI Monday, 1012 Hamilton Alerts Champion Rugby Team of the Dominion -Sir THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS AN ALL- TEAM BEAM- Inter-City Rugby Match Re J3.00 Oati, per too, tackM 26.00 Rolled Gate ___................. Butter Pnlry O.S4 bnttei Eggs, frosh.............. 0.45 Vegetables: New pet 14. Beets, per Jb. Carrots, per Ib.............0.03 Turnips, per Ib............... 0.01 Onloni, per Ih., to Poultry: GCICSO. ..y. :.....V O.U Turkeys................. 0.21 TODAY'S TRACK PRICES No. 1 Xor No. 2 Nor. No, 8 Nor Kcd Winter- No. 1 .._ No. 2- No. 3 Flax Bnrley No. 2 C. W Ex. No. 1 Feed WINNIPEG GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Dec. markets open and close were Wheat- Dec Oats- Dec. May Flax- Dec Jan Maj- Open 84 1.05 grain Close 78> 83-1 Cash Prices Wheats- No. 1 Nor................... No. 2 Nor. No. 3 Nor................... No. 1 Winter Wheat- No. 1............................ No. 2 No. 3........................... Oats- No. 2 C. W.................. No. 3 C. W................... Ex. No. 1 Feed............. No. Fccil.................. No. 2 Feed Barley- No. 3 No. 4 Wheat- Dec..........- May......... .July......... Minneapolis 85 79 76 73 38 .V 37 79 i S3} 85J. CHICAGO GRAIN PRICES Chicago, 111., Dec. that Argentina would liogin shipping new wheat; before the end of the month had a bearish effect today on prices here. Cables from Huenos Ayres tell- ing of fine ..weather counted against the hulls. Resting orders to buy at a decline, however, steadied the mar- ket. The opening was a shade to J and lower. May started at 90 and 90.; to a loss of -I- to J- and 5 anil sagged to SOJ and 90. Oats showed an easy feeling in sympathy with other grain. May which started unchanged to a six- teenth lowelr-at 321 and to held at the last named iigurea. NEW TEAM RACING DISTACE EVENT New York, Dec. racing at twelve miles was inaugurated in in- door track athletics in this country, at the Bradhurst field club games in the Twenty-second ReBlment Armory tonight, Hannes Kolemanlen, the Fin- nish Olympic runner, and Harry Smith, of this city, paired, and estab- lished the first world's record iu tbii event, 53min. 3sec. Two other features of the games the wonderful running oi How- ard Drew, the colored Olympic run- p.er, representing the Springfield. Mass., High school, and the, defeat of Ben Adams and Plntt. Adams, Olym- pic champion standing high jumpers. Drew twice equalled the world's re- cord of 7ynscc. in the 70-yard indoor dash. Ho started from scratvh in tin- simii-finata and 'final and bad little tiift'ifiilly in winning; both. The de- feat of the Adiuns brothers was ac. coinplisllftl by Coehring. of the bawl; A. wlio clearest the bar at live I'cei three inches. ;