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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LKTHBRIDC.E DAILY I1F.FU1.D THURSDAY. JUNK 15, 1910 ROYAtYEAST favorite yeast for over a quArtor of a century.' Bread baktod with Royal Yeast will fcoop fnssh and moist longer than that made with any othbr, so that a full can bo made at one haklnp, and tho last lomf will bp Just as good as the first. MADE IN CANADA EWGILLETT COMPANY LIMITED WINNIPEG TORONTO. ONT. MONT BUILD SHIPS AT COAST Cranbrook, U.C.. June j day afternoon business was suspended j from 4 to y p.m., when the ciUxens generally took part in the memorial service for Use lute Earl Kitchener.j Vancouver, June the .Mayor CUipp issued an number of vessel? to W recently Iralll DuPilK-PS for his company up to live. H. N; ,vm, ths, ,iwt i :1 mil i eu masse to do honor to Britain's j dead. Lieut. Santo tilled the chair. Those taking part in the programme Revs. Key worth, Phillips, ami! A special choir was for his company UP to five H. AV f wltU the result i Brown, of the Hubert Brown and: v company, announces that he has let j a contract for two Con-J smirtion will he started on them Ini-j mediately. Thomson. hand, renderin g s veral appropriate j hymns. That Kitchener's loss was .Masrath. Juii3 Henuigor. of Welling, who has extensive sheep interests, has just completed lambing, having made the unexcelled average of 103 per cent, on his large herds. Mr. Henniger contributes a great deal of his success in lambing to having experienced herders, which are.select- witli precaution. According to his statements, the wool graders which TUP government have stationed in the pou'.i' prove of inestimable value u "a.-ool ercwer. as they will get a for -heir wool. In regard to the price or wool. Mr. Hetmiger stated-he would not be sur- prised to see s'ome of the better grades of wool bring 35 cents, aud that he had been offered 33 cents for his. Mr. Henniger is one of the pioneer woo! growers of life south, and speaks op- timistically of the future of the sheep industry. C. F. Siudlinger reports he has u j small field of ryo that has been head-' ed out for over a week. AUSTRIAN'S KILL WOMAN Rome, June was officially an-. Bounced today, that Austrian sea-1 keenly felt in ibis city was evident planes raided Venice on Monday nlsht. when the clergy made reference to j The statement says that one woman j his untimely end. I was killed and four civilians injured Rev. Phillips, pastor of the Baunst j and tiiat the property damage was I cinirch. yesterday afteruuun. united m slight. Milk River, June hea1 rainfall ot the past few weeks gives marriage. Pie. Grlfflths. of the I'l'Mh i battalion, and Miss Agnes Blayney. j of this city. The ceremony took I place in the Baptist church in the j presence of immediate friends ami ri-- I lafives of both the bride aud sroam. A meeting of the Cranbrook Cen-' tral Conservative association was: j held last evening in Clapp's hall at i p.m. Admission was by ticket only. It was reported that the meet-. ins" would take the form of r. nomin- ating convention, the name of .1. MfBride, the well knoivn hardware; merchant, being mentioned ay the j THE LADIES'STORE Phone 453 Acadia Block promise of producing another bum-j probable candidate. The result was a per crop in this district ami although j packed house with considerable feel-, gram is .backward hi growth on !ic- j ing aroused, as Thos. D. Caven. mem- j I count of so much cool weather, for Cranbrook to the time of' can expect a very rapid growth soon -as the clouds clear away. Far- dissolution of the B. C. legislature. not expected in town until after j Lieut. Andrew McDougall, killed In action, was a prominent Saskatoon citizen. He was an alderman and a heavy property owner. VERY EFFECTIVE METHOD FOR BANISHING HAIRS a football same. Mr. tModes of At very Halo cost any woman can rid her face of hairy growths, if she will use the delatene treatment. This is made by mixing some water with a little powdered deiatone. This paste is spread upon !the ha try surface for or 3 minutes, then rubbed off and his brother. Jerry. the skin-washed, when every trace of hair will have vanished. No harm mers am beginning to summer-fallow j this meeting. Friends of Mr. Caven j aud prepare for next season's crop.} however, advised him of forthcom- j Present prospects are excellent. ing events and Mr. Caven accordingly j The young people's league, of AI-i arrived yesterday afternoon and was1 berta, met at the 2-15 school house j present at last meeting. A j last Wednesday 'night. The- league! promkient Conservative interviewed j is proving quite popular, new members 1 by the Herald scribe after the meet-j being voted in ar every meeting. The f ing, said the arirval of Mr. Caven in I excellent program rendered speaks j the afternoon "threw a bomb" into i well for the entertainment committee the nominating convention, which j and we are glad' to see the keen in-j eventually turned into a discussion j terest that is displumed at these meet- of routine matters. A convention j ings. will he called shortly to name a tan- i The C. F. A. picnic will be held utjdidate to contest the Cranbrook seat. Young's Crossing, Thursday. July 15. j While Mr. McBride is a faithful work-' Arrangements are being made to nave er in the interests of the senior Coo- results from this treatment, but care We're Selling Coats, Friday and Saturday at the Phenomenal Price of Six-Ninety Good ei.mls; some silk coats, sonic to These Coats Iiave received quick inarching orders, and orders must- he obeyed. It is not now question of costs or actual worth, it. is a question of which they will lor quick sale to clean up this stock in (wo day's soiling-, and six-ninety will make you tJie own- er of the hest coat you have ever bought for double the nionev. s .90 Here Are Brief Descriptions of the Various Lines Involved. SPORTS COATS, REGULAR to all new rliis season, colors navy, Copenhagen, scarlet and light stripes. TAILORED COATS, to not. new this but phenomenally cheap. Pure wool surges and whipcords, j navy and black and pure wool t weeds in tans r.nd gruys. splendid service and 1 motor coals, three-titiarier and full lengths. SILK COATS, 522.50 black taffetas and corded sillis, three-quarter and lull lengths, also lustre dusters in grey and black and linen, dusters, na- tural color. f RAIN'C'OATS, SO.OO, ed cloth, absolutely waterproof, tans, fawns, grey and nary, beautiful coats ami excellent values at regular prices, new this season. THE ABOVE LOT OF COATS INCLUDES WOMEN'S AND M ISSES' SIZES, 16, 18 '20: REGULAR SIZES 34, 36, 38, AND LARGE- SIZES 40, 42 AND 44. ALL CONVENIENTLY DISPLAYED FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FOR QUICK AND CHOOSING, DON'T MISS SUCH A BARGAIN. One Special Lot of Regular 520.00, About an even score in this and black serges in close fit- ting belted coats or loose box styles. Also tweeds in medium ami light colors, plain tailored styles, small sixes and IS, some me- dium 36 and ;tS, and large sizes 10 ami 42 included, i' All for quick ?ale AH New Trimmed Regular and Values. Smart now models, all this season's styles. We always jsell pvery hat during the season for which it was bought, ami to follow up this policy low price is the one sura way of bringing about the de- sired result. All the choicest trimmed hats tomorrow and Saturday............................................. Henrv I servative members, it ivere i by students of'the poli1 carry is not thought: entertaining friends from 'Hingborn, Mont.. last week. Chas. Lewis went to Iowa Saturday being called away by the illness of t have a ch DO NOT FAVOR UNION Other Denominations As- at this election. ii is admitted on: Calgary. June eighteenth if H16 I annual convention o; the Baptist The hotels of Eroekville have ad- va'sced their rates to to per be used to buy real daye with meals at SOc and Toe each. j All beds are to be Jard bearer must be T. D.'Caven and cardies of Alberta onened in the no other. It is expected the elftc-; First Baptist church yesterday, with tions will be held early in large attendance of delegates from all over the province. on Saturday to help rpjie day's disciission was con-. the 1.0.D.E. buy socks for soldiers, icerned mainly with: the probiem of provincial church service for the larse number of people who are now any means of religious serv- ice- and this problem was considered in various aspects. .r, A. Huutley, pastor of the Rev. Mr. Huntley insisted that there could be no co-operation in any for- mal agreement involving a change of all. The Baptists could not accept any doctrine which provided for in- fant baptism, and on this they would always insist. organic uiiion with Methodists mm agreement a, ui itu nuiuii mtu .ucmuutaiij doctrine. The simple principle of ihclrfncl PresbyterianE was therefore pos- Baptist church had always been: "The sible, and no othtir form of-union WHS rord of God the only all sufficient worth while. Successful union could First'Baptist Calgary, opened rule of faith and nmi upon not be based upon superficial arrange- the afternoon session with a paper this the Baptists were prepared to raent. External ties created no true on "What Form Should Onr' Co-Op- j take a stand and to co-operate -with unity. EALT NUTRITIOUS- DELICIOUS HEALTHFUL Eat 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. They are delicious always. Your Grocer has them or get them from our drivers. Phone 378. BAKER OF QUAKER BREAD ;