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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRlDCiK DAILY IIHIUI.D WKDNKSDAV, .ll'XK II, ilHIV HEALTH BISCUITS NUTRITIOUS- DELICIOUS HEALTHFUL them Every Day-they are good for you. Try them with Cream and Sugar for Breakfast, or split and toast them, or put plenty of good butter on them and eat them as they are. -15c They are delicious always. Your Grocer has them or get them from our drivers. Phone 378. E BAKER QUAKER BREAD J Coalclale. June school chii-; nren of CoaWale'and ihe surrounding I district are having a picnic at the j Mitchell nurseries on Saturday after-j noon. I Ottawa. June minister of ii.nauce today expressed io the press his view that it was in the highest rte- gree important that the agricultuhil noon- Aberdeen, bcotlaml June d tion of Canada should be as Mrs. A. R- Brown was the hostess i British cruiser Hampshire was seen iwc Ihis ypar am, that for the Ladies' Aid on Wednesday af-jto be afire before she sank oti the i ff t shoulti De maae lo thai ternoon. Orkney Islands while carrying Earl i coramimltv. [Kitchener, the British war minister, Mr.. Vistula, Mania is sick measles. Mrs. Lintori is ill at the Van Haar- lem hospital, Lethbridge. A number'from will -aHeml- Q: E. S. grand chapter at Banff Mr. and Mrs, Renfrew and family are.visiting friends in Washington and Oregon. Jliss Florence McDowell of Delavan. will arrive oil Thursday afternoon io spend several weeks with her sis- w ter. Mrs. B. S. Pawson. according to statements.of j men on trawlers and steamers ,____, ._ support the war I her credit and that credit. abroad, depends in large ing here from the Orkneys. The upon our pr0dnrtiou. "So taster occurred a-week ago Mondaj f produce" must be our MlWjlifehr. bnly an-liour atter Earl Kitche- d ht a next ner and members of his staff had em-' comlition mav he iibi iM.u [financial condition mav be continued barked the cruiser at the extreme uutn tfcfe oj, the ;var The con. itinnoua rain which has in some'dfe- north of Scotland. Accordms to the bar! Kitchener and the members_ or i staff were placed, in one of the ships June Swftzer, Vietoria, B.C.. Justice Murphy began the hearing rof'ah ac- tion in which the Bunk. of. Canada is the plaintiff and Hon. W. K. Canada's RQSS, minister of lands, is defendant. The claim is for money due on promis- sory notes executed at Fernie: ;Tbere while, riding on Sunday, met with a serious accident, when his horse threw him and lucked him. Frank was taken home in an unconscious condition, bm is now recovering. by the students aud teachers of the school, in recognition of their patriot- ism, in having signed tip and intend- 3 two otner oeienuitnia JH- mtj MI> mi ing lea. ing tor lion U'lnleirand Pollock of local talent, among the artists beius j Sharply at 11 a.m. yesterday morn- Campbell, Yates, Ainslee, injj, aif the students, including a few j.. There were three actions be- gun, but they were ordered 'to be con- solidated in one seilon. Tlie claim against Mr. Ross is for due on a promissory note prevented the sowing of the t made May 15. 19H. to the Imperial grains should not discourage j Bank, which was dishonored on date were placed. In one of the ships sowmg plonUng of sllch oilier Of pa'vment. Oct. ISth, 1915 E, which got clear of ihe wrecK., j and roolfi as can sliu be availed T. agajnst Mr. Pol i grains and roots as can still be availed swamped in tne terrific was 1 and 2 pound Five Ground for Perco- 172 'Kitchener Was on Board" One trawler reported that the war- ship appeared to liavo -blown up. j though np sound of an explosion wns [heard, probably owing to the terrific j storm that was raging. Twenty miii- iutes after she was seen in distress land on fire, the Hampshire sank jc- itween "Marwick Head and Brough of jBirsay, off the western coast of tlie {mainland of the Orkneys. "Every effort to increase the agricul- The claim against Mr. Pollock is for on a promissory note of on May 15, to W. R. Ross and jtural production of Canada 'at this j endorsed by him to the bank. _ i lime is a patriotic effort in the strict- wag not paid. 'eai sense of the terra." in the opinion Against Mr. tbe claim is the minister HUGHES FAVORED BY BETTING MEN Xew York. -June Hushes is tiie favorite todav at Beimont Park over President Wilson. 1EE-IILVE ce bstu.n'u, an., A. Mercer. of the Lucky Strike, June S-ia school picnic on .June 2, was a grand success. The first thing on the pro- gram was a good big dinner, and ,while the good cooks were clear- ihuol boys ence su, an e, iv Canon Mowai has been visiting War- school stair, were the recipients I men and ha trtii er rluriiiB the past few days and of two handsome wrist watclies, Blven el the married men am hatch- _. _._ ,___i. _._, _. plors. and eot beaten. 1 nc urouram preached in St. Andrew's church Sunday. On Friday iast an excellent concert was given for the English church by elors, and got beaten. The program was then rendered and the kind teach- er treated the scholars to candy, etc., and the whole crowd left, not sorry they came, and hoping for another pic- nic at the end 'o'f the next term. oC school. and Messrs. Isaacs, Grady and. Veale. j invited guests assembled in. the aud- A playlet was put on under the direc-; itorium oi' the school house, where, tion of- Mrs. Campbell entitled "No] after ;i few appropriate toasts, the ATTACKto vtmut Men Wanted" in which Miss Hannah I presentation speech, was made by Berlin, June 'BCiuauron oE showed up to advantage, ably sup-; Vice-Principal nr.d vutches j Austrian aeroplanes attacked Venice ported by ilre. Laing and the Misses given to (lie prospective soldiers. Ion nigbt. Several otlifii'- Walsh Derrick, Bulinan. IJghttoer and At four o'clock all sat down to a points in northern Italy were bombard- Pierce. The financial results were (sumptuous spread given by the Highicd. An official Austrian report on also very gratifying. The raft from the cruiser which was wagered to with "Cad' on a promissory note by Wbalen Company for in favor of W. K. lioss on demand and endorsed by -Mr. Ross. This was not met when due. The defence set out by Mr. Ross is (hat he admits .making the note WOMEN" OF CANADA. Fort Coubngc, am happy to tell you that your medicine did roe guarantee for payment by T. H. i me rait irum uie wagerea to wim <-uu j and C Jj Whalen for j flung ashore with twelve men from j Uoggett againsr Wilson. The latter j Hg endorsed the" note for jthe Hampshire dinging to it was dis-j Was also offered a wager of plaintiff accepted in (covered by a policeman who was to that Mr. Hughes would lie j payraent Of these notes one for Uearching along the rocky next jirosldcnt 3tiio4 and interest, and thereby the two notes were paid and He claims to have had no ilnancial interest in tlie transaction, which was in connection with the building of UIB turn uesu- j tne next jircsitiuni oi hate coast. The men were battered Stales-, but this was declined. Though iaml exhausted. A few of them mur-i there iiitlfi betting in Wall street mured "Kitchener was on board." and odds of .S to 5 against Wilson were Iihen fell asleep. About eighty bodies quoied, with the, proviso that noose were found along the cliffs, many ofjvelt'does not run on a third ticket. wonderful good. 1 was troubled with weakness and I tried wines and oilier RUlllptllOlIS Spread given 1IV LIIH i-u. .in UHILIU: School students, after which a vur- i June 12, says the raid was successful. I icty of games were indulged in. Mr. j r j Ostlnnd and 'Mr. Mercer intend join- j ing the "1.3th located at the Mat, iui-j mediately, botlj sacrificing pos-.. Itioas, with tlie prospects of some.-, thins hotter, in order to do their bit i in; down Prussian mil-1 itarism. j School closed earlier this your on i WHY'WOMEN WRITE LETTERS things but account of an epidemic of measles, j hi" n young afc 1 he 'time mothnr that he came out of tlm great nnd knew very lit- 1 battle, in which so many tlo about medicines ijiail fallen, nnscratched. came to me with j FOOD 'PRICES ARE RISING ii boftic of. 33r. i Picrcc's Favorite Prescription. I became alrong and a afterward had J. j them still %varm. In their terrific battle with the sea :the clothing of some of tbe men had been torn from their bodies. Their and feet, hail been mutilated in desperate' efforts to climb the cliffs. The bodies found by a cliff were taken to Strornmes and buried with full honors. hotel at Fernie, and considers- i tlon. lie again says in his state- ment that he got collateral security in the shape of a mortgage on the hotel property, and because of other debts Whalea and Pollock gave him a note for There also is defence set. up b 200 NURSING RECRUITS NEEDED AT CAMP HUGHES Camp Hughes, Man., .rune Nursing Sister Wishard of Fort jliarn. and Nursing Sister Webb of [Winnipeg, arrived at the military field I hospital at Hughes this after I noon. The former received her train-j Sing at Port Arthur, while the latter is ja gradualo of Winnipeg General has- Capt. A. !J. Simcs, adjutant and second in command of the A. M. 0. I training depot, says that they need 200 j recruits. The work of the hospitals jhas become very heavy and there are 'now more than 450 patients; Several of these are men who were in the Winnipeg hospitals and are convalesc- ing, while the change from city life to of camp training, is also responsible for ninny more; YOUR SOLDIER in trainiag, or at- ready at the J nere aiso is y. set