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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY.'JUM'24V 1914 THELETHBRIDGE DAILTHERALD PAGE NI GOFFEE and B/^EING PJDWDER Blue nibljoii pure food products aro-the-"st'andiu'd of quality and purity. There Is no "just as gootl" . . , �,; fts thabeBt. ' Blue ;Hib'bon jjoffee und Baking Po.wder .aca .acid . ';'^;V, as' kre all. pth^r Blue JUbbpn dood^/guaranteed taf \ J-'liy^.- ^yfeJjci-j'Qclt; satisfaction.; ': / ; ^ ... BEES MILADI Edited by "INO" Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 The Prisoner's Dream I-dreamed a sweet dream of child- hood'.s days, Of the da.yfi when r was a lad. Of the fields bo green the pleasant ways, Of Mother-and all o' that, I could see the gay babbling brooklet As It 'wended its sunny way Thro' moadow.s alive with song birds. Whore collie and I used to play. ACTieu the sun had gone down I grew � � �  weary, The birds in.the trees gone to rest, She carried nie Into her erie, And snugg'ied me into, the nesti Mr:?. J.'B.Miilhern'bus, Ronp. cast to spend tlic ' .summer , at Ontario points. . , l\lr. Haijii's Ffiltrer, df the, Ohio-Al-nerta Farms, is snendiri!; a couple ot weeAis' vacation in Lcthhcidg-.$,13.75.^ Charming stylos in Ladles' Suits, just 20 suits in this r.mgo; black & white cheoks,-also nnivy, grey and croani series. Alahiee $20.00 and r-ioM � CI ^ 7C � SV'eek; VinA .,.  4� S �� I y. Toadies' Outings Hats Two styles In these,Ladles* Outing Hats, cut frlm -white linden; an attractive and light vveilgiht hat for summer-wear,' Regular ?L36 OI5#�- ��\Meek End.......... wVU \^Tilte Wash Skirt^: Ladles' WJilto Wash Sli;^^' in Engli�h iReppfl, Uene Ratines, pretty slg^les,, Bines in tho lot to 2.76 Week End This Line at $3�t Anatlwr line ot tl�eee ' ies' Wa^i Sklrta ctit . cotton, corduroy,, iiB.... LARD 10 poiinfls 35c . 45c .75c $i;48 Burnt Leather Cushions Just fifty of these .Hand Painted and Burnt Cushions, Indian HeaddeBigns, slashed fringe an4 laced side, reg. �5,00 ,. � 3 Leather Hand Bags Burnt Lieather Hand Bags and Wiilsk Holders lines that are taken from our regular stock 8&P to $1.00, CAm Each ,....,....,.;..�...-.>. PU6 Leather: Novelties Leather WaH Pockfets, Post Card Albums, Centre Pieces and Tie Raoks, solid leather, decorated with bm'nt work and velvet flo^^ers  "I OC Reg. f2 to �2.60.. 9 I sCw HandlBai^s Children's Hand Burnt Leiatlier with and Bead'PrJngia in Lieatlier 60c Child's Wanil Bags Children's Hand Bags in Alligator, Leatlier, solid steel frame, cotnnjon I^OC sense  handle Ladies' Oxfords Ijadles' Fitwwll, y{c\ kid, patent tip O-xfords, medium heels, smart dir�ssy shoes; sizes. 2% to 6,.reg. i $3. Week End $1.85 Men's Boots .$3.49 Men's Blucher and Bal Boots in Box Calf, Patent Colt, VelouT Calf, Gunnietal and Russia Calf, all styles. Regular $6.00 ilA Week 13nd......9va*l�l Ladies' Oxfords liadlee' Guumetca Biuoheo: Oxfords, Liberty Bell make, stylish and comfortable, sizes 3 to 5, reg. $3.50 ^4 QA Week End, ...... ^ I 9JJ Box Calf Shoes X/adJes' Box Colt witb Ovn-meital tops, ba^jfoa sE!9�*, low beetiBi Terycaai^ta'M�,b�lMt appeanancs, r�g. Glace ICld, no 2'paii, blue,: tan and Vhlte ................... 996 Electric Irons, Canadian Beauty, regular $4.50 value, $3.4S) Silk Hose AO doisen pairs o[ Bla^k Silk Boot Hose trttlx lisle- tops and reinforced' soles. Regular OC�* 50c. While they last.................. C9C. camp for the fifth, time, has developed an organization tliat any force might 'well be proud of, and has been one of the greatest features of interest in this camp. The high standard which is common throughout all the units this year Is exemplified in the battery perhaps more than anywhere etee. Not only the . men, but their hiirsBS this year ai'e right up to the best possible standard. Horses suitable for artillery are very difficult to get, and the battery this year hiia dbne very well in this respect. The horses are as near as possible to the perfect artillery hprpe as it is possl-blis to obtain in this country. The men of Uie force'are all mounted, and they are trained, not as fieSd artillery, biit as horse artillery, In the horse artillery all the men ride on horses instead of on the -wagons and guns. In this way they are trained to work in conjunction with cavalry. Major Stewart's Staff consists of Captain A. Ripley, Captain E. A. Watson, Lieutenant Mewburn, Lieutienant' Godwin, Lieutenant MoLelland. ' The work which the Ijattery has been dolpg for tlie greater part of the week consisted of practice in changing. poBltions, gun laying and cpraing Into action. However for the last few days they have been using the live shells on their range, which is situated on the northeast corner of the reserve. Boards are placed In the vicinity oC the firing '-ione to keep people from getting in the way of the deadly exploding shells. They have been firing at different targets, representing infantry and cavalry, and their worlr has been very successful. They are firing the deadly shrapnel shells which e.tplode in midair into over two hundred leaden death meesengers. The guns are of the very latest type'of 13-pounders. They are fjuick firing and are .fitted with a'll the latest appliance!. WOULD have PREVENTED EXISTENCE OF MeNOPOLlES Washington, D.C., June 23.-That a Federal trade commission created at the time of the eptabllshment of .the Interstate Commerce commission would have prevented, the devslop-ment of industrial- monopolies'In the United States,- is one of the contentions-In the report of Chairman NeV-lands, of the Interstate Comi^erce committee on the ITrade. Commlps^pn bill presented today to the Senate. ,. -An Italian deputy alleges Inbor troablsB are tomeiiteff by Austria' io get the upiper iiand lu tive Albaai^ situation. ;