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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUHTEFT^ THE LF-THBmUGE DAILY IIEHALD SATlJimAY. JUNE 1, inin A well made cup of BAKER'S COCOA is a lar^e pari of a ^ood meau - It is delicious, is prac-* tically all nutrition, the protein matter being appropriated by the sys- ' tern almost tp its full ex tent J and its use saves ether more expensioe and tjCasteful foods. . " ,---.-^ Pooknt>i Cbeit^Jiecipet- sent FREE. Walter Baker &Ci).luted DORCHESTER MASS. MADE IN *!ONTnEAL CAN. 1^ CANADA FOR fOREWIDST iFoi-emoat, Jlay SS^-^The date for Chautauqua, at J-oremoet is fixed for tli� 12th to tha 18th ot June. Tickets are. selling rapidly. The scliool "�lrild-ffrti have received notice to "be In Readiness for their'iiart In the pro-fiffam. A big attendance is expected, BO^t only from Porbmpst district, but ifrojn the towns east. ' Foremost Consolidated School ojiened on Monday, the :iTth. Not'foe fims'-been received 'from the Department of Education thai Foremost v.'Ul be a centre at irhioh pupils |\fqr the departmental examinations [inky -n-rite. ThTs obviates the neces-I Mity of travelling long distances and is , nip^t satisfactory lo -candidates and �' also to ihelr parents. H. R. Parker, inspector of schools, had a case ot truancy up before Po-; lice Magistrate Sergeant. The defendant, Jlr. Fiah,,,\yas lined JIO with � costs. 'Parents should try to realize that tlio state espects tliem to give child-reu a 'fair chance to obtain an education, and also that the state im-posea on the teacher the onus of re-pprtlng truants and provides a penalty tor neglqct ot this duty. ^Irs. Duncan, ivhoso husband holds & commlBsfon in France, is on a, loug J^leit with her sister, Jlrs. Schlnuour. Mrs.' Djincan has had a very severe illness, ;but is now convalescent. Dr. ji'straff is on a business trip to Calgary. G., A. Praser has returned from Rochester, Minn. The crop is not sutferlng as yet. It has a vigorous appearance. However, rain will be a necessity soon. The . value of summer fallowing is clearly demonstrated by comparieon of crops aa they now stand. The farmers' here all express favorable opinions 'Of" the present appearance ot the crop.. Gardan truck Is eiakinf very little, if aiiy progress. - COST OF HIGH LIVING MRS. NELLIE McCLUNQ ' -The 'high cost of living' is a misnomer. It should be J.he 'cost Of high living." We liave fallen into- easy, lazy ways. By the time we have emerged, from the furnace of the war. the clear, White sacrificial fire may have purified us, burned away the dross, an* prepared us for plainer living and simpler pleasures." MRS. NELLIE McCLU'NG. Vancouver, June 1.-'The Prairie^ Club "oti'Vancouver," is the title ot an �organiiation, launched last evening. That-thfere Is need for such an organ-Izatign In Vancouver for the purpqCe of promoting social intercoui-se be-tive�n residents of A'ancouver and the prairies was abundantly testified to by'at number of speakers. Particular mention was made rit the cases where ..yi.^lto_rg,,o:. ^!^ncouyer from, the prairies' were h't'd loss to find some meeting place where they could come In contact wlthformer Hssociates now resident here, and'Jt was decided to eatage suitable club rooms to meet this firiuailon. Try/ the teapot test and you will find that this tea is about twice as strong as bulk tea*. Blue Ribbon Tea-British grown lea. ? > MRS. NELLIE McCLDNG. ^^eeB recclvluB from f2'i t(i $50 a month to fivo per cent, for those receivliYg over ?IOO a month are recommended. For employees paid on a dally basis, Increases ranging from tlftoon to thirty cents a day were recommended. Tho Increases,* says the report, arc to be on a basis ot wages, paid In January, ll�I,S, ? ? > : : � .;. .;. * .;. : ? ? FARMERS COULD HAVE > . THEM, ? � You hoar the farmers ooca- ? slonally remark on tho beauty > of tho trues In the Gait' O.ir-> den's, and wishing they had > somp around the farm house. : Some of thclu gocui to think that tho trees are Irrigated re- ? gularly; til's is not thn case; ? there Is no-reason why every > farmhouse .In Sunny Stnitflern ? Alberta sliould not have (rets  ju^t as beautiful as those sur- ? rounding It. All that Is needeJ > to start them |8 that the land ? should be summer fallowed this year, the young trees ? 'heeled-In* In the fall and sot ? out In tho spring: CUT THIS OUT FOR REFERENCE ON It Is a Ijst ot a fow extra specials for Monday's BolUng which, it taken full advantago ot, will be ot mutual bonotlt. 35 doz. only of Ladies' Lawn Hemstitched Handkerchiefs ot stiocinl value. .Mon- Cf|_ day ortl^ doz..........UvC OULD YOU risk-ra postage stamp to learn more about cojfee? . V SEAL BRAND GQFFEE and Ko'W to make it?, Ho'W to equal Ame'ica's most famous cKefs? f Our booklet "Perfect Coffee-Perfect^ Made". tclU you. It's free. Write for it.' ' m CHASE & SANBORN MONTREAL ' A Limited Quantity of  Beauty Silk In n different sliadoa ot the most desired colors. 11 is 30 In. wide. Tho regulnr price Is Sl.sri yard. Monday only, AQ^ yard .................. UOC Ladies' Black Gunmctal Kid Button Boots . With S irt. tops. Has a medium round toe aud Cuban heel. A splendid wearer ,Tnd ' very siiiart. Sizes 2V- to 5. .'Monday Special .. 4.39 Men's Two-Piece Under- wear Made of the I'iiier.t white Egyptian cotton. A iloulilc thread comliefl .varii. .^(lort slix'vcs and .knee length. Ideiil for summer wear. A liiiiiteil ([it.iiitily only as tl\ls is last year's ntoc-k .and reliiiftd at fl.OO .\Ioiulay only, Kurmeiit ..... garment. 59c When You Paint, Use Paints tliat Justity file Labour anil Cost. In other words, choose the Paint that has proved its worthy,, in actual service. . Children's Jap Crepe Kimonas V.'itli hold Jnp floral cm" broidery in pink, rose and blue. All sizes. Monday -i' tjQ. Special ......... l. trict;-; of Western Canada, precipitation vitryiuK t'loni .08 to l.Il inches, (falling' in the following districts: Leihlridge. :\la Jeod, Edmonton, Coronation, Ciilsai/ (Alberttt); .Swift Current, Indian Ileatl, Broadview, Moosomln, Yo.kton (Saskatchewan); j and Pierson, Cypress River, Morden,. Emerson andMVInnlpeg (Manitoba). A (utartf;.' to half un.Inch of rain was the average, whlle,at Morden l.ll was registered. Weather over tho west Is cloudy and cool this morning,: and tho forecast tor .Sunday is for a continuation of these conditions > ? > : : : HUNGARY MUST GIVE HER WHEAT. '31.'-Un-%'hevoby iAmstordaiii, May der an ugroeinent . . the coitnlry Having, the first harvest is obliged to cede Its surplus to the others, Hungary during July will delU-er it*; -first surplus siipply ot grain ^to Austria ;ind Germany,' a 'j>:� iiudapost telegram to Dutch �J� newspapers say. COVE FT THE CART+H , Canada's great Railways, Steamship^^Linte^v Street Railways, Fui;niture Manufacturers, Piatio Factories and Mitbmobile Builders,' are enormous^User's of Sherwin-Williams - products v They have proved that �we do make Paint and Varnish to meet every condiUpn ol city, country and climate in Canada. ' And becaus* SWP\a.i proved its quality, and SherWin-Williams ,products have always g^ven satisfaction, thii company stands today as the largest-makers of Paints and Varnishes in the British Empire. 'WJe carry a qpmplete line, of Sherwin-WilliamB Paints and Varni$hea. Ask us for Color Cards, prices or any other information you may reqiiire. 12 The Bliek-SeM Hardware Co.� LETHBRIDGE. AND , MARQUISETTES This comprises a vory wide choice of colors and designs too numerous to list. 50 yards only Stair Carpel Has a groen centre with narrow red border, Kogular price 70c yard. Monday only .............. 54c Our [Tobacco Section Offers for Monday Only 5 CIGARS for 25c This Is thej2):cll known "William Pit" brand-a dollghttully cool smoke, and regularly retails at 4 for 25c, Wo make you a present ot an oxtra one. Hudson's Bay A?0.+/2/:D 12007618 ;