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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNB li, lillli THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD- PAGE FJVB HEALTH Health Biscuits are a Palatable and Wholesome Food of the highest nutritive value. They are scientifically made from Whole Wheat Flour and contain absolutely no ingredients that can injure the digestive organs. Secret, patented Processes of Blending and Baking Health Biscuits give them a Medicinal Value, so that they serve as a digestion regulator in addition to their nutritious qualities. Business Men of Sedentary Habits should Eat Health Biscuits daily. Health Biscuits are strongly recommended for Children. They are baked fresh daily, and are delivered in sanitary cartons after being wrapped in wax paper. We have obtained the sole rights for these Biscuits for Southern Alberta, and will have them on sale in the Stores and our waggons Tomorrow. They are packed in Cartons of One Dozen to a Carton and sell for 15c per Carton. Manufactured only by MA D 17 BAKER OF--------- QUAKER BREAD "TT" N ews of the District CLARESHOLM (From the Review Advertiser) Mr. Sitton. .who lives in the hills, shot ;i nice black bear a few days ago, Jlr. Sitton roped the animal twice hut each time Jlr. Bear, slipped the rope and attacked the horse which Mr. Sit- ton was riding. Mr. Sitton was forced to shoot the bear. Tiier.e were 455 hogs snipped from this point in the month of May. Hon. H, L. Upland, father of L. H. TJgland, died at his home in Knox, Worth Dakota, a few days ago. Mr. Ugland will he remembered by many of the pioneers of Claresholm and dis- trict. Also his father, who often visit- ed his son in Claresholm. Both L. H, and another son, Dave, were at the bedside of their father when he died. L. H. Ugland was a prominent citizen in Knox, being a banker and having other extensive interests there. Rev. C. Cariberg met with a painful accident last Saturday. He was grop- ing his way around upstairs in his homo, when through a mis-step, he fell head foremost down the stairs. His head was cut, and it is thought some Of his ribs are injured. Mr. FOBS, who is attending Mr. Carlberg, happened to enter the house shortly after the accident, and secured medi- cal attendance: He is reported to be progressing favorably. BOW ISLAND (Prom the Review) Mr. and Mrs. ,T. W. Kurd are leav- ing this week to visit their daughter at Lethbrlflge, after which they Intend visiting' friends across the line. Crop conditions in this district are splendid. Reports from farmers all agree that indications for a good crop are really betler than this time last year. they were at E. E. Willmot has been appointed ollicial enumerator to take the census for Ihls district. An Oddfellows' lodge Is to be Insti- tuted at Foremost on June 13th.' Wiu- nifred and Bow Island lodges will fur- nish degree teams for the occasion. Steps have boon taken to have a juvenile court formed in Bow Island, and tho matter, is now in the hands of the superintendent for neglected children for arrangement. At present there is no court nearer than Medicine Hat or Lethbridga. C. II. has been in the hos- pital at Medicine Hat for several weeks, returned home on Wednesday. His many friends will he glad to hear that, although far from being recover- ed, he Is iiaverlheless progressing very salisfactorily, A meeting of the rural raunipicality of Bow Island was held in the council chambers at Bow Island on'May 20. Councillor .Pollitt was instructed- to look over the road leading to the coal mine on the north of 22-12-10, and re- port at the next meeting. Councillors A. Gragg and Bruce Clark were ap- pointed delegates to attend the weed convention to' he held at Claresholm on June 27th. It was decided to ap- point each councillor as weed inspect- or in his own particular district until the regular inspectors are appointed. Mrs. GRASSY LAKE (From the Gazette) J. Clark. Knox, wife of former editor, is leaving tonight for Carleton Place, Ont., where she will visit before joining Mr. Knox at Smith's Falls. M. Beimler Is going to attach a building, 16x36 feet, to the restaurant that has been run by Mrs. Beimler as soon as Old Sol dries up the roads sufficiently to move It. Camill L-uca, of Foremost, was in town Monday transacting business preparatory to his departure for Sher- ry, N. D.f where he expects to farm in future. W. E. Lynn bought 20 head of cat- tle last Friday from Jr xl. Franks. He is going to ship them to Maple Creok, Sask., where he will make his home after July 1st. Mr. Arie and .wife, formerly of Fore- most, are In town looking for a resi- dence. Mr. Arie is taking Geo. Smart's place as ninhager of the Ogil- vie elevator here. Mr.. Smart, who has been: here since August, Is leaving tile last of the week for his home in Morris. Man. .Donald Stalker on the Argyle ranch GILLETT'S LYE It not only toftens waur but doublet the cleans- ing power ol IMP, everything unitary and wnoleiome. RIFUU SUMTITUTM. has lambs, weighing 33 pounds at a month old. Ten cars of wheat were shipped from Grassy Lake during the past week. RAYMOND (From the Leader.) A representative of the Leader re- cently secured an interview with Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bryden, who-lately Tlved from Derby, England, where ly, anil will likely locate In Detroit, j will shortly "leave for overseas ser- Michigan. He wan formerly practis- ivice. ing in Edmonton. A quiet wedding was celebrated on Monday evening last at the home of the groom, when Allie Eva Elsfelder, of Mill Creek, .111., was united in mar- riage to Anthony Marsh. Rev. R. Brandt, of St. Theodore's church, per- formed the ceremony. Mrs. L. B. Anderson of Calgary, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Dave Shiells, had to be taken to Gait hospital. Lethbridge, on Friday last, where she will undergo an operation. Secretary Grubb of the Patriotic Fuud secured a cheque for ?4o.50 from the employees of the Canada West this week, and 515.75 from the Purple Springs hranch. I. Bigelow was unfortunate enough to lose one of his best horses on Mon- day night last, it seems that in a .D...__....._......- _ field near Mr. Bigelow's farm, the ulsion, Mr. Bryden says he does not I iesa 3tubble land in crop this year and owners had been busy seeding when TABER (From the Times) Farmers in the Taber district now have no reason 4to complain of lack of rain. Since Tuesday, May 21, it has rained every day, on some of them it was only a little shower or two. while on others it rained for several hours. Crop conditions could not be more favorable, and it is estimated that this year's crop will come pretty near to. equalling last year's. After a very careful inquiry by a competent authority it is stated that the acreage in the district will be 20 per cent, less than last year.. The summer fallow they have resided during the past iu crop tnis year wjn ue at ieast 40 eight months. With regard to com- per cent. less than last and there is look for any trouble as the married more spring plowing. The season is men would have welcomed it long ago. Work is plentiful and were it not for thejinen in uniform one would scarce-' ly know there was a great war on. While wages have increased, so has living, the staple articles having gone up on an average of 1.00 per cent. They were in one air raid last De- cember. It was the first and only time the Zeppelins sailed so far in- one with, horror. They come In-the night and the fearful hours of sus- pense that follow the alarm Is Indes- cribable. It has made nervous wrecks of many. The loss of life anil proper- ty has not been great, but the work- ing classes seem to be the sufferers. Helpless women and children are gen- erally the victims of the Hun England is full of optimism as to the ultimate result. Every resource has heen mustered, and the future is faced with confidence. Lieut. Taylor, of Magrath, has see about 10 days later than last year. There is considerable oats and flax to the rain commenced and had consid- erable wheat in a -wagon, which they left in the field. The wheat had been be seeded yet. With some good warm 1 treated with formaldehyde and Mr. 'Bigelow's horse got at the grain and "weather now and additional rain later on, it looks bright tor another bumper crop. Another old resident of Taber has passed away in the person of Mrs. C. C. Collett, who has. resided here for over -jg years. Mrs. Collett died on land as Derby. They are terrible crea- Tuesday night after having been con- tions of war, said Mr. Bryden, and fill fined to her bed for the past six months suffering from cancer of the stomach, at the age of 5G years. The deceased is survived by her husband, four- daughters .and five sons. The (laughters are Mrs. A. Van Orman, Mm. Wm. Russell, -Mrs. T. Hodgson and Miss all ofr Tabor, andHlie sons are C. C. Collett Jr., Reuben, De- man and Morgan, all of Taber, and P. M. Collett of Harding, Mont. A, farewell entertainment was given I listed from Purple Bnrings and imme- :I1: diate vicinity. The entertainment con- much of the horror of the war, hav- of a program of recitations and ing now been at the front for addresses by Mr. Ball of months. He was recently allowed a short leave, which he spent in Lon- don. He is now in France again. Miss Viola Allen anil Miss Helen Lethbridge and John McCleltan. After the program dancing was indulged in until train time, when the soldiers had to depart. The proceeds amounted to Holmes returned from Provo, Utah, which was donated to the Patriotic Wednesday evening, after completing jfumj. their first year's work at the Agrlcul: tural College. Both of these popular young ladies have had a very' success- ful year, and are enthusiastic about their college work. They will return to Logan in the fall. Mr. Leland Naldor and Miss lion- nie Love left Tuesday morning for Salt Lake, where they will he married In the Salt Lake temple. The young -Work started on the census taking this morning. The census is being taken In the western provinces only. The, Information to 'he secured by the enumerator will be practically the sarijoi as that taken in the last gen- oral 10-year census in 1811. The enu- merators for this district are W. B. Grubb, H. F. Annable and W. S. Rus- sell. The work has to he completed couple will reside in the city where i by the end of June. Mr. Nalder will be a student at the Qeo. E. Ewlng, manager of the University of Utah. 'Bank.'of Commerce, Taber, leaves on O. F .Ursenbach and family have Friday afternoon for Richmond, Que., moved to Lethhrldge where they will "ll a three weeks' vacation. Mr. Ew- reside permanently. Mr. Ursonbsch! ins visit his brother Major WJ. is now with the Metropolitan Life In- Swing, of the 117th battalion, who is now with the Motropi surance company.. William Blair is in receipt of a let- ter .from Dr. Keillor, formerly a local physician, and who has been ul the front for the past year', and the doc- j tor states that he has been released j by the military authorities to return homo. He. leave; England short-1 it killed him. H. D. MacKeen, who has been a member of the Royal Bank staff for the past six weeks, leaves tonight for Rosetown, Sask., where he will be- come a member of the staff there. W. F. Retchie is the latest Taber man to enlist, he having joined the 13th O. M. R. on Saturday last. Pincher Creek, June a number of the boys of the 13th O.M.R. spent the weekend at their homes here. The members of the cadet corps ac- companied by their, instructor, Lieut. F. C. McDowell, attended divine ser- vice at St. John's Church, on Sunday morning. After the usual service the rector, Rev. J. R. Grelton gave a very impressive address to the boys. There is scarcely one month left of school days before the summer va- cation and many of the students are settling down to genuine hard work in anticipation of their coming .ex- ams. Jfr. John Stevenson, Bi A., principal of the school, will leave on the IDth to preside at the Colenmn school during- the examination week. Commerce, June new- comers landed here during the past week and have entered the employ of the Chinook Coal Co. Dr. W. W. Inkrote left here last Wednesday for Seiiingrove, Peiih., to spend a month visiting relatives and friends. While absent his practice will be attended to by Dr. Rose, of Coalhurst. J. Jeffries visited Banff last week, as a delegate to the Masonic Grand Lodge of Alberta. He reports hav- ing had a good time at the conven- tion and was greatly Impressed with the scenic beauties of that well-known national park. Crop prospects in this vicinity are splendid owing to the recent heavy rains, and as a consequence the far- mers are wearing broad smiles. The I acreage sowed is above the average.' NAVAL LOSSES London. June admiralty this evening made public an additional list of casualties among petty officers and men in the naval battle off Jut- land, as reported from ships other than those sunk. The list shows 116 killed and 233 wounded. Milk is to he advanced to twtive cents a quart at Windsor, Ont. Sketches of :...........chan Lieut-Col. G. H. Baker, M.. P., for Brome, who lost his life while serving in France, was a member of a prom- inent family in the Eastern townships of Quebec. .He defeated Hon. Sydney Fisher in the last Federal elections. He was a Classmate at MoGill uni- versity of W. S. .Ball, city solicitor. Lieut-Col.' A. E. Shaw, who com- manded a Brandon regiment and who has been kiHed in action, was form- erly an inspector in the Mounted pol- llce, Calgary. His wife is a Calgary lady, having been Miss Thomas; sis- ter of Mrs. W. S. Bates and daughter of Mrs. Thomas, of "Calgary, who is at present staying with her daughter, Mrs. Bates. Mrs. Shaw is in England. After leaving the service ot the R. N. W. M. P., Col. Shaw became an of- ficer in the Strathcona Horse nt Win- nipeg under Col. (now major general) Sam Steele. Lieut. E. L. Berkinihaw. son of Mr. W. H. Berkinshaw, of Calgary, who is reported to have heen killed in action, left Calgary with the 12th O.M.R. last fall. Lieut. Berkinshaw was born in the east but came to Calgary when quite young. He was educated at the Western Canada College and later en- tered business in the Calgary branch of W. H. Brock and company. Lieut. Harry Haffner, who has been killed in action, was the son- of- John i Haltner, of Winnipeg, and a brother of Brian Haffner, both brothers haying for many years been employed by the Canadian Pacific railway. Lieut. Harry Banner was a civil engineer-in the company's service and was stationed at Calgary for a tlnie with the Natur- al Resources department, but lived latterly at the coast; He had also been chief engineer on. the Banlt-WInd- ermere motor road.. MR. W. E. SMALLFIELD Of the Renfrew Mercury. New pic- ture of the president of the Canadian Press association, which is meeting in Toronto and Fort William this week. EASTERN DELEGATES OFF TO ASSEMBLY AT WINNIPEG Toronto, June were 100 Toronto people on the Grand Trunk special which left the Union station tonight In connection with the general assembly of the Presbyterian church in Canada, which meets in Winnipeg this week, There were over 200 on the train, some of them having come through from as far east as Halifax. The spe- cial train will reach Winnipeg about noon Wednesday. HOLLAND TO CLOSE UP London, June Dutch min- istry of agriculture has decided to pro? hibit the exportation of meat and cat- tle, a dispatch to Reuter's from The Hague. 1 Help Digestion To keep your digestive organs in good working or- your liver, tone your stornach and regulate your bowels, Umt SJ. Aw IMielot fa SoUmrywhm. RED R os E ;