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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, June THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HEKALD "MILADI" EDITED BY "UNO." Office Phone, j 1224 Residence 620 Westminster Ladies' Aid icjrvthQ at the parsonage afthe conclusromiftiL the prayer service this evening; important are to come before the session every member is request- ed to f the standing committees at noon oday when reports on School and 'lnyground, Peace uim Arbitration, for Women. Laws for the Better Protection of Women, Citizec.- hip, Immigration, the Suppression of he White Slave Traffic, will be dis- Cussed, 1. ..............25.0 cwt................1.4 Snorts, (per ton.............. 27.0 Crushed Oats, per ton ........29.0 Chop barley, per ton Chopped wheat, per ton ........30.0 cnops, per cwt................ .Rolled oats, per SOlb. sack 2.75 to ?2 9 feed wlicat, per Hides: Green, per Ib.................. .0 Cured ...........................0 Pry....................... 10 1 Sheep pelts, each...........25 to G Morse hair, mane and tail per Ib. 25 worse hides, green ..1.00 to 2.0 worse hides dry ?5e to GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg. June and American grain markets are as fol lows: WINNIPEG whea opened 96 5-8, closed 97 3-4; October opened S7 3-4, closed 88 3-4: Decein ber opened S6 1-2, closed 87 3-8. Oats opened 37 1-2, closed 37 1-2; October opened 36, closed-36 1-S opened .2.28, closed 2.20; tober closed. 1.75. WINNIPEG Northern 96 1-2, 2 Northern 93 1-2. 3 Northern- 90 1-4, No. 4 nil. No. 5 7S. No. 6 nil. Feed 62. 2 C. W. 36 3-4. Flax- No. 1 N. W. 2.20. American Options wheat opened 92 5-8, closed 93 1-4: September open- id 91 1-4, closed 92 7-8; December ipened 92 1-8, closed 92 1-2. wheat opened1 87 closed 88; September opened 86 -8, closed 87 1-2; December opened 9, closed 89 3-4. FIFTEEN CASES AT BRANDON Winnipeg, June Scott rid M. Mills, representing the rail- ray commission left this morning for where they have fifteen for hearing. SWEDISH COMPOSER DEAD Copensagen, June. Sev- cnden, the composed, died today. own soil. It adds climatic and othea advantages of 'betterment and states that in the "Peace River region of Brit- ish Columbia havae been discovered some of the most valuable coal de- posits in the world. pired in 1901, Mr. Word engaged in the practice of law with his brother, R Lee Word, under the firm name of Word Word. The following year he was nominated by the democrats of this county, and elected a member or the eighth legislative asaemhly. FREY BADLY BROKEN UP Ronciglione, Italy, June Frey, only competitor in the Paris- Rome-Turin aviation race to attempt fngThe opportunity" f or" invesTmenTo'i; the final leg of the course, lies in the hospital here with his right arm and DUTCH CAPITAL FOR WESTERN CANADA Ottawa, June H. .Andrae, a resident of Harlem, Holland, Is in Ottawa, en route to Western Ounada which he proposes .looking over thor- oughly with the object of ascertain- mortgage loans. Mr. Andrae, -who is .'have -'been beneficial in this respect, keeping them off the trees A well known authority said this morning that it would be able to go ahead with spraying of trees. FIRED SHOTS AT CONDUCTOR Fort William, June Campbell of the Canadian Pacific Ry. was exposed to the from the rifle of a foreigner'who refused to pay his fare on the down bound train oil the C. P. R. The fellow waa bundled' off the train near Kaministiqula aad< while it receded he fired shots at the conductor, who was standing on the rear platform. Woman's Civic Club a. barrister, represents a number of left leg broken and his lower jaw frac- tured. In .periods of delirium be with the fog his undoing yesterday. does not. appear have been inj.ured internally aiur physicians believe' he' The air man's wife came from Florence during the night and is with him today. pURSUANT to the by-laws and at the' request .of six members of i the ____ _ D.utch capitalists who are looking 'for club, nor.ice is hereby given that a profitable field, of meeting _of_ the '.'club Canada. They will "prbbably estain at on Thursday, af ternoon, .Tune _ 4.. o'clock for. purpose' of" deaftiiff Arthur Barked, James Cfaniincs, 14, from at; Brantford. dFowning 1 (Signed) .IDA Sec.-Jreas. pi-o Ttm. flavored nutritious than any other flour. ROBIN HOOD FLOUR is made from the choicest from the most select farms in Saskatchewan, .A moncy-bacK guarantee in every sacil. HOOD FLOUR MAPE IN MOOSE JAW ;