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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LETHBKIDGI? DAILY HlilULD WEDNESDAY, .IUNE 7, 1910. P HEALTH BISCUITS 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 tKem 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. r 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 GILM BAKER OF--------- QUAKER BREAD earned in the kitchens of Canada is PURItV FLOUR ML FEDERATE ALL S. I. Methodist Conference and Pres- byterian Synod to Confer In Matter Amsterdam. -There has been That there is a tendency toward union among the evangelical churches of the west is evidenced by the adop- tion in the Methodist yesterday afternoon of a suggestion contained in a memorial from the Al- berta Presbyterian Synod, asking that {Conference appoint a committee to [confer with a.committee from Synod (and committees from other churches j looking, toward the co-operation an federation of Sunday School work In the province. The move" does from Vienna report that a violent bat- sufficient moisture in the Carmangay lias been raging during the The mean the union of Sunday schools par- ticularly but it lonks to the supervis- ion of Sunday school; work ..under .a board of all the- churches interested in the scheme. The plan is now in hours on the Russian front along warm weather of the past few days is........... a sweep of 300 kilometres (about 200 bringing the grain along fine. In some' be miles) The correspondents describe fields the spring wheat is up five j adopted in British Columbia and will '-DTiiir-.; wave- of Russian infants hut on the average It would be considered during the year Ol tlUbfaldll 4i being sent intoN the battle. i he about three or Zour inches. At this jtime last year the grain was notably General Brussiloff, who is believed la little further advanced, but it is the to be in command 6f the Russian j opinion of farmers that a few warm forces on this front, see: ing to the advices to be i'< tactics pursued by- the Russians the Carpathians, making attacks in efforts to break through the hostile lines. ems, acdord-jdays now will soon bring it up to last ollowing the [year's growth. Several large plowing The XT. S. senate confirmed the ap- pointment of Louis D, Brandcis, to the U. S. Supreme Court, likely finally adopted Alberta conference if-the other churches are willing. The committee chosen to meet the committees of the other churches was appointed by the chair, as follows: Revs. W; -E. Galloway. E. W. Bishop. S. Fallis, and Thos. Powell, and Messrs. A, If Daly, and R Robertson of Edmonton and F. j El ami T, p RAH of Calgary. i Duriug the R.T. Scragg W. H. Rohinson of Go-V.idi Ls was appointed Sunday school chair- dent of the North Huron I man and S. Bishop Sunday 1 school secretary" of .conference for the year. outfits are working in this district and much new land will, be broken this yjar. The prospects for a good crop this year are indeed bright. sociation. Science Deals With Corns Not This Let Us Convince You Let us prove to you tonight that every corn is needless. Get Blue-jay at your drug store. Apply it in a jiffy. The pain will stop forever. And in 48 hours there will be no corn. That ia due to a chemist who has studied coma for 25 yemts. He has found a gentle, ceitain way to end them, No soreness, no inconvenience. Blue-jay is a wax set in protecting plaster. Millions of people never have coins, simply because they know Blue-jay. They stop them as soon as they start. But substitutes won't do that. Blue-jay Ends Corns ISc and 25c at Druggists BAUER BLACK, Cbic.go and New York Mikere ofSurgicil Dressings, etc. IS Fernie, June cable received this mornlug announces the dangerous wounding of Kenneth Corssri. second .son of Dr. Goraajt, in the desperate i fighting at Ypres.' Tom ojd- est son of the doctor, badly wounded over a'Tear ago, and is still j disabled, though much improved -from! his wounds. William Coraari, the third ison of the doctor, was, united with iKnox Presbyterian church here Sun- [day evening before leaving'to join his Unit, the university battalion at Van- I r-ouver. The largo losses at ,Ypres wilt bring more surrow to Jpernle, at? many of Ferule's bora are with the Canadians amongst whom the lenses arc reported as very heavy. Rev. T. Booker, a pioneer Bftptlit minister, died at StouffvJHe, Ont. afed (1) The Cracks in a Glacier. Glaciers. v STAND-with on the summit o! a Canadian Pacific' Rocky Moun- tain. What a wondrous" panor- ama is unfolded: not only 61 peaks and ranges. Her line on line, but of vast glittering fields cf .snow tnd .ice. making a white world of the upper heights, a region of eternal win- ter in striking contrast, of the covered beds of the valleys a mile be- low us, or the green of the alpine meadows and the ''forest depths. We in realm' where rivers flow, for it is brie of the manifold wonders of 'nature that these huge snaky lines of Ice arejslowly but surely moving ilown the 'mountain slopes to their death in a terminal I moraine. And while th'ey thus travel down hill, they are samo shrink- ing so that with few fixceplfons they rrftfaal which (3) A Rocky Mountain Lakelet fed marked-in some gla.-iers by scientific j study, huge bouldera carrying theyeaCrj 'when the toe of the glaciar reached! that spot, with later markings indi-j eating the .shrinking process. The! niecillewaet Glacier, for example, re- treated up the valley, between- 1S90 and t8HH. a distance of no less than 452 feet. The nieclllewaot glacier, in the S el- kirks. Is one of the largest remaining glacial deposits in the Cnnadjan ranges, a gigantic Icy river of green and white-flowing valley ward wltli a magnificent sweep. Longfellow's de- scription comes to mind jig one gazes on the scone "a glittering gaunllot which the frost king has thrown in de- fiance of the and so It Deems an it glitters back its radiance from Ms whito bosom and its crystal archl- by OlaciaV Waters. (3) The Fissures in a, Glacier. (4) Yoho. lecture. Or stand on Lftfroy.or Hunsabee, or better stili, on. Temple, in the I..ake I-ouise region, and again the eye is holtl in thrall with the colossal canvas and the icy ginciers on every peak. Who will forget that superh view of the Victoria Glacier frpm the .Lake Louise Chalet, or the white mf.sMs on the lofty roof.i of the .Ten Peaks, when a full moon floods them with sliver light? The sheen of a hundred spark- ling waterfalls makes a drapery, while at times the ear' is bombarded with the sound of a mighty avalanche tumbling from inconceivable heights. Tho wonder of the glacier is more fully realized when they, are explored at clooe quarters, when tholr fantaRlic caverns .and awesome fissures are on- terod or crossed, when mountain climber picks his way over a mass o... Ice manses thrown up as if in mortal' agony by the .pressure of the upper- deposits that caune the downward movement. Yonder Is the'nnow field; from which the glncier flows, here IS: a "berKschrurid" as the ugly-Iooklug, crevasse is called that separates the, glacier from the mountain side. Hev- ice monuments of the gods, and the tongun or snout marks the end of the glacier from whence flow the melting waters that mark the birth ot great rivers. In this vast Canadian Garden of Gods, .of Rockies and Selklrks, In- which scores of Swltxerlands put, nothliiK is more wonderful than, the groat glaciers ever Journey I n-ji m their nbHieraUon, sweeping lfl-v ward the valley beds, ;