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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta The Prisoner's Dream 1 a sweet dream of child- hood's days, Of the days when 1 was a lad. Of the fields so.green the pleasant ways, F Of 'all d' that. and BAKING I could see the gay babbling brooklet As it 'wended its gunny way Thro' meadows alive with song birds, Where collie and I used to play. Blue Ribbon pure food products ire the Standard Of; quality and purity. There la no "just as good" und Baking-Powder am sold pther Blue Ribb'pn Goods guaranteed to satisfaction. When the sun- had gone grow "weary; The birds .in, the trees' goho, to rest, .She carried, iue' liiio And snuggled ine iiitp..the Mrs. fijis, gone east spend the- summer-' at Ontario .points., Mr. llahies Teller, -of tlic'Ohio-Al- nerta Farms, is spending a. couple weeks' vacation in Calgary. Icii today for'Cham- ____.TREBLE TIIB RIDGE, DA ILTHERALD i --.11 ,'i. MILADI Phones Rts.1115 Office 1224 Mr. Percy Scarth groom, whose1 gift to supported the im was a pair gold cuff links. The bride was giv- en away by her father, while Lohen- grin's Weeding March was played by Mrs. N. H. Reynolds, who wore a pretty costume of pink satin with union Reynolds, the bride's mother, wore a handsome toilette of grey silk voile, with rose and- lace accessories. "After the .ceremony, which was witnessed by just the intimate friend and relatives of the bride and groom a dainty luncheon was served small tables. The splendid array oi costly am useful gifts testified to the esteem i which both bride and groom are held The was formerly Pluakett and Savage of tins city, the same firm in Edmon ton, while the bride has been a val ill member oi. Knox church choir. Mr.' and Mrs. Sutherland will sptm their honeymoon at BanIT and Laggai Lethbridge arid and avill later reside in Edmonton. v Among tlie guests pres- ent, were, Mr. ant! Mrs. N. H. Roy ndrts antLMrs. 11. W. Sears, of Kct- rs 'Mate 'Now )enies tHat One Long Blast Was Given "June -24. Something of a 'sensation caused shortly after 1 %-hfl 6f- session by the evi- Aler. Cailcy, 31iss Olive Birch, oi Chatham, left yesterday for Lcthhridge to! said that he hid said so tin. one meet "her sister, Miss Alice Hircli. blast meanmj, that the ship wab im- i They will spend the suraniir with a; der He saw the StorsUd heiore brother in Vancouver, the accident.: Both li r macts had lights, jnd the side lights The red Hon. Wilfrid Gariepy, K.C., minis- was tho one ho saw lirst He thought ter r.t" municipal affairs ior Alberts, Club's aiid Societies l' 'Westminster .Ladies' Aid met J afternoon, und completed ar- j-rrn cm'n's for the refreshment booth days ot i wli'cli -tliry inteiicl holding at grounds during the the fair. '.mate' iff. the Empress. During an cx- 'nminatioii'.preliininary to the present ..Inquiry, it appears ,Hailcy stated that he h'e'ard.. a long blast blown by j a the whistle of, his ship ten niinutes Hi that IK recalled hearing the two long j and Mrs. Gariepy went, to Prince.'Al- from the Linpiess indniliig tert to attend the French-speaking The'Young Ladies' Bible class will that she was stoppm -j cwijrrss; Mr. Oariopy is -the delegate 'i'-1" 'feeir -regular monthly business Loril "Mersey took exception to the from the French-speaking socicir ni-Clinj at the home of Sirs. C. E. introduction ot this evidence io htc i Alberta. rr-viiSow, BOG 10th St., S., at-eight in he had examin- tomorrow night. Officers will jle-'i-lcetc-J for-the ensuing year and ;oli ircmhcrs arc especially urged to St. Patrick's church was the scene I'e present. ed five of the state- collision. That such a.signal was blown, ..signal "1 am going ahead" was denied by Captain Kendall when lie was 'on tho" stand. "Ca'rO'bn tell Lord .Mersey Basked, counsel of the 'Dominion''gov- }t is this evidence .me as'ii it were put at tiic last mo- ft is irrjportant wiiether such .a blast was-blown-or-not." In.reply' to a direct question from Lord; say "definitely if or-when he had heard the _ Empress.-blbw. one long blast. could not he told tlie pourt; "VYhat I noticed particularly was Die three, short blasts." George T-Iarrison, a steward, testi- ments made by the boat's crew to the C. P R lawjcrs and that hi had-not thought, he saiil to nsk for! of a quiet hut pretty wedding at look at the rest of the evidence, {eleven" o'clock this morning, when !e recognized that flute be j Hey. Father Minwegan united much in it that was distincth foi- tween the.'lawyers and their clients. Mr. Aspmall said tart he regretted that lie could-riot offer some of the statement" to Mr Haigiit AVIATOR 'STAYS 1 LIP FOR 18; HOURS' AT A-STRETCH arriage JTisH Rachel Ida Van Hecke, The. Young People's Christian Un- 'will not meet on Thursday, as meeting has .'been postponed until eldest daughter of Sir. ami Thnrsilay. Van Heckc, of this city, to Mr. W. J. Smith, of this city, Mr. and Mrs. Smith will make their future home in this citv. Tiie home of Mr. and.Mrs. Koynolds, 909 Seventh Ave., S., wa's Tlie W. St. S. 'of Wesley church will at 4 o'clock tomorrow in the panics' par'or. Everyone is cordially A good i-papcr will be read [and gocd musici'iplllihe rendered, so thit- a 'large nUtcndslfice is desired! The last for.'-the season of floor on the upper deck, nn erru 'ed n li, or tang unable to do so owing teell hours torty.f0V es 3 water in the passageway. ____. "umn.i.a. fied to -'attempting to close a sliding Februarj 'watertight door on the but sto, the in the passageway. Leonard .To'wqll, 'ah assistant stew- tird, said that- .he arcasetl the passen- gers' after the, crash and told them -to put on their liie belts and come up on deck. He was on duty on the promenade deck. .Certified copies of the ship's pap- her and commission German alraimi. He remained in the air tor eighteen hours ten minutes, without making a landing. The best record of a similar kind was that of Bruno Lnnger, also a German aviator, 3 this year, when he made papers' and the" regulations governing MILLION DOLLAR FIRE RAGES IN MANCHESTER, N. H. Manchester, N.H., June Loss estimated at had been caus- ed up to S a.m. today by a fire which destroyed the five-storey brick build- ing of the John B. Varick Co., hard- -.ware, jowe'llery and photo supplies life boats and rafts were then dcalers. on Elm. street, aml. Alfred Dailey, storey brick had spread lo the boatswain's rnat-3 of tho Empress, was called. He that he had heard the Empress i blow the fog signals. "Did you hear her.blow after leav- Point '''Yes." "What was. the first you heard "Throe-short-blasts." "Do you rcinembor hearing sani .Bii'.nals, blown .by. thu Empress ,you heard the. three short Mr. Haight askeil1 hini if it wai hot true that, in a statement signed shortly-after 'the' 'accident, he had yfiaid that lie had heard the Empress .blow one long blast. The witness an annex oMi. G. Sullivan's clear fac- tory. The Ilames at' that hour vvc-ro beyond and .other buildings were threatened. Five firemen' wbreVbiiVne'd about the head and face when ah explosion of powder and hurled them through a window on the. ground floor. land, of Edmonton, eldest son and Mrs. A. A. Sutherland, of Ox- ford, Nova Scotia. The ceremony, .which was perform- ed by the Hev. A. G. Cameron, took goodly number turned out at St Andrew's church last evening, when place in the drawing room, which the "Christian Endeavor............. was profusely decorated with tjiriini; Westminster Epworth ifague and sweet peas, pink and i Mr. Bruce occupied the chair" am white being the color scheme. two splendid papers were vom The bride looked very charming1 in by Mr: Owen on "Chief Seats Wromr- a French suit of cream broadcloth ly Obtained" and the other by Miss trimmed with lace, the lapels being': Ernest on "How to obtain chief seats embroiiiered in cream silk, .opening i rightly." over a chic blouse of silk crepe de j Solos by Miss Whitall and Mr Ow- c.icr.e with lace adornment and cream i en, a reading by Miss Simm and a lace hat with white osprcy and by Mr. Owen and Mr Stotl roses and cream velvet streamers.; were thoroughly enjoyed. the groom'.s .gift a plati- j Keireshments were served and a so- and eial half hour proved, very pleasant. She wore num necklace set with diamond; learis and carried a shower bouquet of Bride's roses and vailey lilies. COALDALE Mr. H. A. Suggitt, who is in charge of the arrangements for C'pnldale's big celebration on Dominion''-Day, plans to make this celebration one of the best ever held in. our.town. Horsc- .races, of all kinds, and a baseball 1 match will provide imnsement. The Ladies''Aid will serve cafeteria lunch on'the'ground. Born to Mr. and Mrs. c. S. Lethbridge, oh.Saturday, a daughter. A large number of the young people ittended the dVtace'at Straloy's, soulh of town last Friday. The Ladles' Aid meets'with; Mrs. 8. Pnwson this week. Mrs.' Mitchell haps hundrotis a lad Mrs, Mctntosh will give .u demon- itration on making shortbread. The.Aquatic club wish the members Ihe hnilc was attended by her sis-Uo..understand, that invitations tei, Miss blla Reynolds, who was I wore sent them to the dance in the -boat house tomorrow evening, as such were not necessary for members. II the weather permits the boats and beautifully gawncd in pink silk with face and black hat' with pink flowers and osprcys. She wore a crescent brooch set with pearls, a gift from tile groom, and carried white roses. ipnii canoes, will be at the pleasure of the and guests, and a general good time assured ail who attend. TELEGRAPHICS There-are many imita- tions of this best of all fly Rulers, Ask for Wilson's, bo ouro you gat and avoid disappointment. Travers, Alta., June he U F. A. aro putting up a good ha'll In town, 2-1x40. They, will, lay a: good edge griiln fir so it will be used fol dancing. It Is to lie hoped; 'ho able to get a cliurch. slai'lqd right a'way, and a Sunday We'have a .coiiillo '.of showers ately. H Is starting wliBt'ivhent, that was still in ihfl ground. We must sti'll have ploiity of rain and a Into fall. nbrrliiii lert.'oh for nowvlllo'for the nYlx tllreej'njiSnths. Mrs. It'oeil is'H'Isitlui! "ilr. Obator bus'his ccllii'r'diiii. He will inovo hlti stoi'M. Boseinead this week Peter, according to an olTicial statement by his official agency, has signed a Ukase entrust- ing tho government to Crown Prince. Alexander. v Conservative nomin- !es for Centre Winnipeg -are, Andrews and F. ,J. G. McArthur, and the Liberal candidates in South Win- nipeg arc W. L. Parrish anil J.fB. Hudson. of the Northwes- tern railway have received reports that several lost their lives per- arc injured hy the tor- nado which swept South Dakota and parts of Minnesota and Wisconsin during the night. application on he- half of William Wheeler, Hector Chev- rier, and Walker Turner lo quash the proceedings in the police inquiry wns dismissed this morning by Chief Jus- tice Harvey. St. Paul, man drowned, scores of persons injured .iiul thous- ands of dollars damage iresulted from a terriflic wind and rain storm which struck the twin cities last night. Miss Lorelta Crams, of Jordon, Minn., was drowacd in Lake Harriot in Minneapolis. Sowell find cavalrymen; riding mil oT cnnip this mornlng'to'llio drill aron'.west of thc.riimn showed, (lie: ivosl has resjiondcd lo the will of loy- illy to tho and thu Em- CITY AND DISTRICT A Settlor President Marnoch of the .Board ot Trade, returned from Calgary this morning, where, lie attended the sit- tings' 'of the Railway Commissioners, and who, together with some of tho operators in this district, obtained a sigiial victory for the coal interests mi the rates ou storage coal, as pub- lished in yesterday's Herald. Mr. Mai-iicch interviewed J. S. Dennis, Dr. Hutherford nnd P. Naiamltb, of the Natural Resources department of the and was heartily congratulated on the work accomplished by the Lethbridge livestock guarantors, tvlio have gone personal liability in order that the farmers in the district might s'ecure a line of credit sri they eoiild replenish their supply of livestock on the farms..-Mr. Mnrnoch also had an interview with Dr. Leach of- Taber, and it Is possible, that a similar or- ganization 'will he Instituted at that point." The applications for live stock are comjng in every day from the farm- >rs, and those in the Immediate vicin- ity of the city have been with 'irst. The farmers are responding so however, that it will 'ho a caso of. first come first served in a very tew days. There are already over forty guarantors on the list. PAGE NINj Yi WEEK-END SPECIALS ON SALE TO-MORROW Better Goods, Better Value, Better Service This Store's Aim Each Day Lace Curtains Clearing at title Snowy white Nottingham Lace in pretty ile- elgu, 2H yards long, good strong Just 18 pairs to gfo on sale, worth jl.25. WeekBnd... 69c '-Art Squaites Just' 'live -of- these Squares. Scotch two ply all wool, reversible; colors are green or splendid for good hard wear. Size 9x9. iprice, .regular .Week- Eiid A J I U. Shidcs In neat cream color, good quality cloth and niouhtedf on, 'Mas- pot rolled 3tx72 inches. .'.lust 30 -in this- jot OJ _ Week End CHC Pltisli Mats 95c 'Pretty rose, and green Plush Mohair..- Bugs, rich heavy pile, :siiEe 18x26 inches. Just 8 If less than V, price. Keg. Week End >'i.'i... 95c Specials from bur Wine Section Phone 613 Lethbritfgo, Case of 2 -dozen Case of 2'dozen pints___..... BUDWEISER 'SPECIAL COMBINATION OFFER 1 imperial Quart, Scotch 1 Bottle Hire pld; Port 3 Senf' 5 bottles for. Specials in Travel Goods Trunk, h'igh, with 4 dra.wers'arid v6, coat- hangers.' Regular 950.0.0 tftl) Oak. Strip Trunk, 36" size, linen lined, solid-fanass and htodinga nn Regular These Ladies' Suits to Charming styles ia Ladfes Suits, just 20 suits in this range; black white checks also niivy, grey and creanv serges. Virtues and V v' jp 4 m m "PJnd I w. I 'Ladies' Outing Two styles rh -those Outing Hats, cut film whUje lirten; an attractive laud light weight hat for summer weir; Regular End White Wash Skiiter Ladies' Wiite Wash Skfcte' in English KBPJM, Uaensjaad Rfttinee, pretty, all slees in the lot to 2.76" Week End This Line at Another line ot iea' Skrrta.oiA f cotton, o ana ilnen, different Worth 14.50 Week Good Things to Eat-Low Priced This Week End GREENOAQES '2- tins PEARS 2 tins FRENCH PEAS t csaa 27c 31 c 1.00 35c LEMONS" "Per -dozeri: SMITH'S JAM. 5-lb pail-.. ROYAL CROWN SOAP Per package SALMON" Glover-Leaf 27c 75c N SOAP 21 c 19c BOILED HAM 'Per pound' LARD '3 iKhmdB LARD 5 pounds LARD poxmGs 35c 45c Tweed Pants 'Man's Tweed Panto dark- ipatternB, smart, up-to- date all aizea. Regular OQ Week-End I..OJI Men's Work Shirts Men's Work in great assortinent of colors and de- Signs, in the Jot, ues up to Week End Boys' Tweed Suits Boys' smart Tweed Suits, in .grey and popular shades, two piece styles, pants, sizes 30 to 33. Worth. 17.50 A ft Week Underwear Peairmn'fi cotton and wool underwear, two piece style; thta slimmer weight; un- shrtokable. rej. Jl'..week end, suit9 I I U Soft Gollars HQUe Collars, the popular soft ityle, siiea 14% to 16V4. Jutt 4 dozen in this lot, regularise WeekiBnd 2' for Burnt Cushions Just .'fifty, of these .Hand Painted and' Bllrkt Oishlohs, Indian Head-designs, "slashed fringe and 'laced side, Leather Hand Bags Burnt. Leather Hand-'Bags and Whisk Holders lines that are 'taken froni our regular stock 85p.to ?1.00. Leather Wall Card Albums, Centre -Pieces and Tie Bucks, solid leather, decorated with iburoi work and velvetflowera ii Reg. to {2.50.. 9J iCQ Bags in Burnt Leallier with Leathei1 and Bead'Fringe Baoh OHC Child's Hand Bags Children's Hind .Bags in Alligator, Leather, solid'steel frame, coinjnon sense" handle 40c Ladies' Oxfords ladies' ptweii; vi'ci kid, patent Up' O.xfords, medium heels, smart dressy sizes. Core's. Week End I ,OO Men's Boots Men's Blucher and Bal Boots 'in Box Calf, Patent Colt. Velour Calf, Gunnietal1 and Russia Calf, all styles Regular Week End 9O.43 Ladies' Oxfords Ladies' Gunmetial Biuoher Oxfords, Liberty Bell make. stylish and. comfortable, sizes 3 to 5, rej. OO Week End. .JJfcJ 99 Box Calf Shoes Ladies' Box Calf irith; Oun- metal topa, low heela very sviairt appearanee, rag. Week find. Lines Travellars' fluimfo0'. ift ''J dies1 Button and Bifi in- jU sia Calf, Leather, Brown Calf, Glace no 2'psirB'i'" size 4 only Week End c Travelling Slippers Ladles' Soft .Pullman Shcss, solid le padded soles, pretty mercerized lining' in.neit ciiUe.- "ReguJar Cft I Children's Dresses Children's 'semi-made Dresses (or children from I to 8 years made of -fine oatmeal cloth arid s'ta'rap- "ed -ready itpemh'roider; colors rose, O'Cii tan :and -white 99C Frillings15c and20c 300 yards of'Fancy. In 20c "cream and white, and finer qualities in iblack, white and cream, per yard SilkHose aofeen' pairs of Black Silk .Boot Hose lisle-tops and reinforced soles 'Regular While they last Electric Irons, Canadian Beauty, regular value, Pralte Our AiHlllery' Tlie Calgary Herald's corroapond- int nt the'Mllltnry camp says: 25th .battery, organized in jlUittbridt'o and this In amp .for. the ififth. time, has devel- p'cd .any-force might 'well -he proud .of, and has been ne of the greatest of Inter- cut ir. this carap. The high standard which is common throughout all the units'this year is exemplified In the battery perhaps .wore than anywhere else.. Not on'iy .men, but horses this year are right up to the best possible, standard. Horses suit- able for artillery alVvery difficult to get, and the battery this year baa done: vary weir In this respect. The horses are as near as possible to the perfect artillersf'hprp.e' as It is possi- ble to. obtain in this country. The inen'of the ail mounted, arid they are trained, not. as field artillery, but In the horse artillery nil the men ride on horses Instead of on -the -wagons and guns. In conjunction with., cavalry; Major Stewart's staff consists of Captain A. Bipley, Captain E, A.-, Watson, Lieu- tenant Alewburn, Lieutenant' God'win, Lieutenant MoLolland. '.The work which tho has been 'doing for the greater part of the week consisted' of practice in gun laying and coming; {into "action. How- ever tor the last few days-they huvo -been using the live" shells'oh their range, which Is situated -on" the north- cast corner qf'the resefye. Hoards are the vichilty'of thfe fir- ing zone to. keep, pqciplo.. from -getting In the way .of the.deadly'exploding sheila. They boorr firing at flit- ferent targeta, representing Infantry and cavalry, and their work" has been very successful. They are-firing tha deadly shrapnel shells- which explode in midair hundred lead- in this way. they are tralnud to work ieu death meeeengors. "Tile guns aro of tueveij latest type of linoundris Thej HI" quick fir'jg and arc title 1 with all the latest WOULD HAVE PREVENTED; EXISTENCE OF MONOPOLIES Washington, D.C., June- a Federal trade'commission created "at the time of the establishment of.thi Interstate Commerce 'commission would have prevented, the .deyslop- ment of-industrlftl' monopolies 'In .-the United is one of the cotiten- tlons'ln Ihe report of OhalrfhnrirNeV. lands of the Interstate Commerce committee on tho Trade Commission presented today, to'the'.'Senate. An Italian deputy labor troubhH are fomented b> Austria to get Ihe upper hand lo die Albaniiaa situaticn. ;