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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Co-Operative Sel- ling islhe Kqy IV I.. I v.nt iu i KD I Su S N'.t Su HU. 11. Hay, Hamilton, infantry Cor- 'poral i'ol. 0. Canutes, iofantry; S. C. M. S. S. 1'. JlcUer. A repic'-eutatire co'jld I the aisocii- Tbe Hhy The greatest advantage ol this plan ol cikrktting would be the placing ot a large shipment o! one kind ol wool the manufacturer's door. Friday and Saturday _L_ -JT_----.....-----__ "'1.1.1-.. Will be Days of Unusual Interest to the Thrifty Shopper at "Bentiey's" Special Display of Seasonable Merchandise li.ilian Army; Corporal C. -j-hls would attract manufacturers, U. Coctburn. llimllKa, army terilre! are alnays keen to buy large corps; G. Cadet 11. U. 'H. of one kind ol uool, SOU Orlober Klngslcu. army Etnice corpi I they can get a steady IUQ, and Canadian prrmarcnt lorce cornrnli- competition among the bujers would slon O. Cailet H, V. lilibop, Ot- tawa, oad 0. Cadet H. J. Leach, Toronto. Canadian artillery 0. Cadet n. SI. Lcbanc, .Montreal, ar.ii O. Cadet C. 1'. Slater, Montreal, Koynl Canadian Uragooos. October Cilh Prlcet No. 1. No. 2. Northern i No. B. Nortbtrn No. 6. No 0 feed Wlnlsr Whkat: No 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 Oats: No. 2. C. W No. 3. C. TV. Kilra No. J. Feed No. 1. Feed No. 2. Feed Barky: No. 3 No. 1 Rejected Vced Flax: Ko. 1. N. W. C. n Seattle, June intrc ouiuv editors were arresttd by indictments be obtained. ILe (act that the wool would be sold direct to the manufac- turer, who is thus attracted, would absolutely eliminate the middleman, and in all successtul market schemes, this elimination has been necessary. When the accounts are squared, up, cacb grower would receive a separate account ol bis clip. The only cost ol this scheme would he the insur- ance, freight and the salary o( the agent. Mr. Willingmyrc has already suc- ceeded in swinging two or three large clips, and will undoubtedly get enough to warrant a trial ol the JOHNNIE MINHEW by hit pirenti after having tramped Vl over Canada for the lalt two yeart. thirteen ytan old now, anrf'quiu x nun of th: world. "Scxi Soaker" Which Fell ,V 'Last Night 35' 33 -IS'.i Ill Minncjpolli returned last night'bjf special grand jury. Col. A. J. I.atharo.'ol the Se- attle Times., and his son .Claience, managing editor, are charged having i.riminallr libelled Joseph'.Jar- vis, a Socialist agitator, by printing an article alleging that-hc tad ab- sconded with party luhds. Lcroy Sar.dcrs, editor of the Star, Is charg- ed with having criminally; libelled a county official during the grand jury investigation ot charges, against-the commissioners. sr.j editor of tie per, is accused of laving" libelled the grand jury of the by mating attacVs ori their 'ciWcter. Wheat: July Will be Great Array of Horse Flesh (Continued Item front 91% OO'W Septomrjer HV, December 95 Chicago j July 9U4 Sentcmber 90 vi December 94 AN UNUSUAL DOUBLE.YOKED EGG the Calgary Army Service Corps hated the bread lor the whole en- campment, they have siv Held ovens poing all day, and as each one takes SI loaves, (he daily production is iOOO Us. of Ircad. For this item tlonc no less than 13 sacks ol flour Is consumed every day. Tho staff, o! coots arc all garbed (n whlfc, and (heir dress Is carefully citmined rv- :ry morning, also the wash cloths for the dishes, so thai everything will to on strictly hygcnic lines. The battery ol arllllery put in a bard day's work on. Tuesday and practiced with blank ammunition for the first time this camp. They have (lie entire run o! the Sarcee Indian Hrserve close to the camp, and their work was favorably commented on the staff olticcis present. On Kri- fl.iy the work will hccome more in' lerestlng, and hy the week end all units -should ho in proper lor: Inspection. (Continued from front page) Life at GJgary Military Camp (Continued from frost This camp will be tho largest acd j best ever held in the province, as an- other regiment'of cavalry has less the strength. Tho 35th Cen- tral Alberta Horso was organized last year a'nil this is their first camp. The men arrived shortly alter three o'clock and as 'it contains some pf the finest riders Dominion It attracted more than the usual inter- est. On Tuesday night sentries and pickets were posted around tho eamp and lull martial lav was in order. Late-comers were challenged in usual way-and unless able to ac- count til tl.cir absence were paraded to the guard tent. Wednesday morning all the troops were aatir at an oarly hour and were Boon on the training grounds. some proceeded to the riPe range for musketry practice others went out for manoeuvres.- and the was spent by Inspections of. equip- ment, horses, On Thursday the cavalry units will fake up the hard training and manoeuvres on a large scale will'U piiiuiced till Saturday. The principal centre ol interest on Tuesday was the bake house, vvheje chllm of Torinto thli f.alparv Armv Li u i. it freak.of nature In Ml hen riogM the other morning., 7ht top part .It like an ordinary egg which nothing but the white of the egg. lowtr portion U connected to thi'uppir part by a oft.shelled tube It' the lit: of a egg, and'contains the yoke, Exhibits of Southern Albertn's woo will be on exhibition, and will be feature and Innovation. Arrange- ments were completed this moriiln for these exhibits, and prizes wiirh offered in three classes. The er- board desire., that exhibits be sent as soon as possible as tnere is very little tlmo left for the arrant- ing of the final details. Tho three classes are: Xumber one, line wools, Number two, medium, (Lin- coln and" Merino cross) and Number three, low wools. The prires-are not yet decided upon, hut nounced later.. They will be par with thoso awarded at'the gary exhibition. G. T. Wllllnjmyre, the government expert, will judge ti'e fleeces and give a poultry hall ought to be ahlc to crow all over the rest ot the exhib- ition this rear. Between SCO and !'.1D birds are catered. ol In the East Bov1 good lal ol tain last evening. To the S9Utb oi'.this.point it nas badly leeded, is'ttiere had been no showers there duiing'.the past two wrtks. The rain ias-'a good substantial one and will advance the.growth to harvest. are about 10 inches in height..., Heavy at Taber crops were suffering iB'Thit district, and the fine rain'last'night only added to the store ol moisture. Every condition points to .a throughout this.'aistrict. 'The', rain was .very heavy and general. in Luck Raymond, ll-Heavy rains lell ic Wo ucinity cf the sugar fac- tory yesterday afternoon, and the beets that did tot get a soaking last week came in lor their share this time, arid are looking line. -Rain, was general throughout the district; cair.c just at the right insure good growth. The ground was pretty diy previous to the "rain, but looks excellent .this morning. North of Cardston Cardston, June 19 The storm passed to 'he north of this place, to a district which needed it. No re- ports have coine in here of any crops sufiering and conditions have been fine throughout tbe season. Spring Coulee got the large share of the stoim last night. Cornwall, Ont., and Hovt. of WItcon-Uhis district sin are each bringing a car load, with about 250 birds WanlMs, of Calgary is bringing down 52'blrds for a Vancouver parly. Judging will start on Tuesday after- noon. The same judges will-be here as in Calgary. Their identities are not known yet. The American Trotting Association Is sending judges and starters for the races. They are following ths West- ern Canada circuit. Broine. grass In feet high, and spring grabs were never better. Was Welcome at 5lacleod ilaeleod, Jixe 'heavy reins iell here last night. It was much needed in places and was wel- come to all districts. Pincher Creek Rejoices Pir.cher Creek, June 19. Heavy- rains, fell in this district last night sr.d this morning, certainly welcome, although the valley close to town did not need the moisture as much as the outlying points.' Pros- ntcts are excellent. Clyde the little horse that cleaned up the big racing eve'nts'hereT year, Is again 'entered. He be- longs to W. A. Cameron, Edmonton. Dry at Coutts Coults, June a drop ol Do it for Lethbridge 8MOKE "MI PEktA" AND "LA CIGARS. UNION MADE. At all first Jlolels and Cigar slauda. It will be no trouble to find animal In the horse or cattle build- ings this year. Generally It Is like looking, for a needle in a haystack to find either a particular horao or. its owner. But this 'year a catalogue Is being printed which will be dlstrlb uted. Each, entry will be- numbered and the dialogue will give the nuuv bor, namo ot owner and alahlo. This will make It much better lor sDectitors, who will knov whether they are looking at a Percheron or a Standard-bred. A judging program Is also being Is- sued. Every dm will be judged a a certain time. ..This will exhibitors 'n lot ot worry. The U. C. ,T., after a cistt Ing yesterdiy. decided not to bold i Travellers' Day during the fair. Cull the days by Ihclr namts: Day. Day, Day. Day. rain here last nigM. In fac-t, iiero has'ibeen no rain in this dis- rict for nearly weeks. Showers visited the country to the lOIth and were seen to be filling In he vicinity ol the iuttes. Crops need moisture badly In this locality. It Warner, June waa no rain hero last night ,Tto reports ol he heavy rains elsewhere were sp- iriting. The crops are in fairly good peiup to tho present but there will be need of 'molstnro shortly il :here la to be no Bet back. Former Italian Detective Ridicules WOMEN'S NEWEST STYLE ind W SHOES, ft 4 QC XrSRCS AND PUMPS A zraUfi-lcs reducUoa oo trand ceic up-lo-dslc ElyleE, In atcnl Mllslcin, ecaraoteed calt, glsied lild-tiln, button, lace Hosiery and Underwear 50c Lisle Lace Stockings 25c Here's a very seasonable bargain in Women's Fu31-Fashloned Hose, light spliced cotton soles and re-lnforced sirtsr topi, all the desirable shades. -_'- Infants' and Children's Sox 25c sVy, and tan- lace socles. 20c. value, two pair for Women's 20c Vests Cotton low neck, Eleevelebs; BOYS' COMBINATION UNDERWEAR Regular suit......- 121-2c regular sizes. 50c Bias Filled Corsets 'MEAN ECONOMY, STYLE AND COMFORT The newest-models are made of long wearing double fab'rlc, and are also huilt to give scientific physical'support, SPECIAL MODELS They, represent the latest and best corset in- and will last you the whole summer long. Materials pre a Coutil, lovi or medium and'Ion's skirt. S3.25-S4.50 1630 SELF-REDUCING New model for stout and full figures. 25 to ,36. SOLID SERVICE UUra stylish, but for hard wear; In ElrM 13 to 26'. Corsets. In SJt'4 til sleiider' and nedlum Sizes 19 to 26.. Diinities Jiist arrived. V A special, im- portation, in checks V anc And Canvas The kind you have been looking for; green; or bhie'stripc, pei' yard.. 30c Wfffff 25c and 30c per yard 'PI Tl Y1 I f "i. J The Bentley to., Limited (Continued from (rent ways bring 'and companies tbelr brethren acr6ts to country of milk and honey, extracting loll.both wajt In doing When the Italian begins to learn American and fioda ho his been "fllirtfUraaied." he seeks 'for re- venge.1 (t ii the motl. natural thing In the world for an Ilallin from Sonttwn Italy to seek Mrengo. The- Caraorra htlng faltly well off, the up- per ten of tho Iinlfan colony, Ihey urally have money. Tho poor hiring beea rokVed, he sets to Vernettl says isolated of BUck Ii to get. hick iome ot his ths Black Hand in of vmiller plMct, Uniwn he never "ceiches" CB :bii ttMttlty tut dtml to it. Then cprnes the unseen wtiuld do him no good, and 'wutcur to prejr of Bl.ack JJind, It hkausa hli brother! harm.' So be diet; of l coustryau. It hand U The txpcnent iind anything tfilnit ilm, 'tie itUmpt ot one of tie Cimorrt rtcelvei a seldom. _- t fev thoutapdi la lieu of his BItck Hand asd Tin Ma til Ii the third to The little lUllaa bit teen the found only In of the lUlltai. Tier cm nin jefUnt money. He his teamed, .ind wants iome of continent. :York tnd Phil idelphli are the'cltlei lUIr, Mtrlr stamped out. Tkty Ut tri-. The a hts worked. St. who struck terror who band rlilrturg are oilier cities. IUiy, until (fcribtkri, ta ittl, lelbtr tnd work .logelher, ind they are. er rsKlls. They tre no. Us to found 'lit force. ifro and Bill down .from Un liortt thouMnd tad pot am ratcils they are trying to the Ililiin rice. But they