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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD f Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in Alberta Two brands with but a- single aim Pride of Alberta and Mother's Favorite Taylor Made Flour Better Bread Preserving Strawberries, Cherries, Gooseberries Should be al their bfst this week urn) next. We are booking bi-ders for these goods now, and guarantee the very lines! quality at the lowes! market prices when goods are delivered Place orders now. All orders filled in rotation as received. Office: THE GOOD CO. Pboiel271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Ph.ae 525 Potted Planti, VegeUblM Florists Frache Bros. Mr. and Mre. Alex Lothisn, a son, Sunday, June 13th. Delivered Daily to sill parts of the city We guarantee to latiify you regarding ice supply. RATES 10 per month JO Ibt. itiontn 30 per month Western Transfer Limited. PHONE 1153. Changes in Itinerary of Farming Special for Coutts-Foremost The following changes have been made in the itinerary of farming special train for the Coutts and Foremost line. This Itinerary takes pre- cedence over the itinerary pub- lished previously in the Herald: Wrentham, Thursday, July 1, '9 to 12 a jn. Foremost, Thursday, July 1, 1.30 to New Dayton, .Friday, July 2, 9 to 12 a.m. .Warner, Friday, July 2. 1.30 to 5 p.m. Milk River, Saturday, July 3, 4> 9 to 12 a.m. -Coutts, Saturday, July 3, 1.30 _te 5 p.m. This train is being run under the auspices of ihs provincial department of Agriculture, the Dominion department of Agri- and tne'C.P.R. ''There will be demonstrations and lee-. tures on the train on import- ant agricultural topics. RECRUIT FOR C.M.R. ilajor James and Lieut. Page of Calgary, are at the Leth- feridge Hotel today, and also to- morrow lo recruit men for the 13th C.M.Ii. Fifteen men are MARKETS WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, June 16. Opening and closing prices on the grain exchanges 1.18? 1.01 1.01 545. 4-11 1.02J today were Open Close July Oct......... Dec......... Julv Oct" Julv Oct." WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Xo. 4 1.10 No S 1.03 No. 6.......................... IS N'o. 3 C. W. 55 No. 3 C. W................. 53 Extra No. 1 Feed 531 No. 1 Feed No. 3 Feed 5U, No. W. C. No. 2 IMS, 1.51J 1.02J LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Hogs.. cattle, Hogs, cattle, Chicago: 'Hogs, cattle, C. W CHICAGO Wheat- July Dec MINNEAPOLIS July 1.15 SepV 1.02i CITY AND DISTRICT Oance on Friday The first of the season's dances to be given at Henderson Park pavilion ill be held on Friday evening next. Wesley Excursion July 3 Wesley Sunday school annual excur- sion ivill run to Coleman this year on Thursday. July S. from Taber. Tbe train will start New Store A. B. Kinuear of the Central Cash grocery, Tvill occupy the store just vacated by Thompson's Grocery, at 1112 Sixth avenue South, after July 1. Sons of England.' Notice The S.p.E. R.R. degree meet tonight at S o'clock sharp. All members are urged to be present, as special busi- ness in connection "With the Grand Lodge convention will be discussed. Sheep Man Here George C. Millar, town clerk of Ta- ber, and a well-known sheep man, was in the city yesterday, attending the meeting of the sheep men and wool buyers. To Attend Convention C. W. Fisher, chief dispatcher, C.P. R.. left Sunday to attend the train dis- patchers' convention at Minneapolis, June 16 and 17, after which he will visit New York, Chicago and other eastern cities, In Exams Percy Irwin, the son of W. H. Irwin, clerk of the District Court here, re- turned from Calgary last night, where he had been, attending Bishop Pink- ham college. He was successful in his ex a mi nation 5. >His brother Layton is now writing his examinations and will return at tie end of the week. He won the Dux Scholar's-Cup for the college this year. TO' Unitarians in conteraaoe at Boston refused to change the name oC their dutorninatton. 'BUSINESS LOCALS A dance will be held in Bargmann Hall every Thursday night Dancing 9 till 12. Gents 50o; ladies free. MOVE AGAINST ITALY Innsbruck, Austria, June 15. thousand Austro- Hmnarian troops left Trent, yeslerday.'and'aTe nw advanc- ing the Italians on the Riva-Roverto front. Remarkable Growth Samples, of remarkable growth this year were brought by G. R. Marnoch of the Board of Trade from the Fore- most district, and are on exhibition in the city. Winter rye grown "on'the farm of John KrOnz, at 9-5-11, meas- ured (50 inches in height, exclusive of roots. The heads are blooming and meas.ure about five inches in length. A samoleiof spring wheat, grown "by .7ohn Little, at 6-6-11, measured 32 in- ches in height, and the head is above the first joint. Corporal Needs Work George Mills, the Leth- bridge man who returned from the front recently as medically unfit for further service, after being ..wounded at .the battle of Neuve Chappelle. is badly ia need of some kind of job wherewith to earn the means of sus- tenance. Mills landed back in Leth- bridge practically without financial means, after playing his part in the cause Empire, and several citizens are themselves In getting for t veteran. SECOND ANNUAL GLEIGHEN STAMPEDE Thursday and Friday, June 24th and 25th in Subscribed Spfic.ia.1 Trains will leave Calgary, each day at 9 a.m. Eeturn Fare Sl.tio. Reduced rates from all points. Good band in attendance. Profits Will Be Used For For full part.culars apply Stain- Patriottc pede Secretary, Gleicheii, Alta. Nyals' CAXADIAN-MADE Perfumes At one'time we sought all of our x famous odors in distant lands, -but now Canada can boast of perfumes that are second to none. Xyal's Perfumes which have stood every test in comparison to foreign makes, and have, been found not any of them. Come ill and sample these perfumes. You'll -be apt to tiiid one which is worthy of adop- tion for your regular use. PRICES ARE REASONABLE The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Phone 565 Third Ave- S. THE' CITY BAND The City Commissioners, are per- ectiy wtlfins that the members of he band should have pos- easion of the instruments and imi- orms now lying in the city vau'iis, jrovided the bandsmen maintain an rgenized band, and regale the citl- ens with concerts from time to time, 'he Commissioners told this to a