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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta IIUnSDAY, JUNE 22, THE DAILY HERALW PAGE FIVE HEALTH BISCUITS WHAT ARE Mosl food authorities ag'roe that the average family contains loo large M percentage of fine food and this fine food is largely the cause of so .much stomach and trouble1. Medicine only aggravates the trouble, a pro- per balanced ration is the only permanent, euro. The best food for this purpose is good spring wheat bran, but as bran is rather an unpalatable food taken by itself or even made into porridge It was seen that some better method would have to be risvlsed to make it at once palatable and convenient to take. Brown bread is one method but the objection to brown bread that one or two slices which is all the average person will eat and that amount of brown bread does not contain enough of the bran to be of much use. It was to fill this want that HEALTH BISCUITS were in- vented. They are a compound of ingredients of the hiflhemt nutri- tive value combined with the finest of spring wheat bran In such a way as to at once make them a food of the best quality and at the same time be convenient and delicious to eat. It will be found that one or two eaten every morning for breakfast will put the stomach and bowels in good condition them that way without the aid of pills or medicine of any kind. Some people are naturally suspicious of any article that Is at all a secret. To such people we offer to make our entire method and recipe public to any doctor that they may name and will abide by the decision} of that doctor as to the value of these biscuits. You owe it to yourself and family to give these biscuits a thorough trial. You can toast them, or eat them with cream and sugar, or just butter them, you will find them very nice eating any way you try' them. We make them fresh every day and they are on sale at all the grocers, and our wagons always have a supply. They are wrapped in waxed paper and packed one dozen in a carton, and come direct from our clean bakery to your table untouched by any middleman. They are not meant to take the place of bread or any other food in daily use but are a supplement to the family ration for a particular purpose, and for this purpose they are better than any food on the market today. They are fine for children, your only trouble will be to see that they do not eat too many, one or in some cases two a day will be enough. Ask Your Grocer today for a pack- age, or our Driver will supply you Made only by JOHN GILMORE Baker of Quaker Bread Phone 378 PHONE 1224 RUSSIANS REPULSED Berlin, via London, June 22. of heavy attacks by [he Russians against General Ooiiiit Von nothmcr's forces, jiortU of Przewolka. was an- nounced today by. the war of- (ice. HILLIS SUIT SETTLED New York, June suit of Percy Hillis. against his uncle, Rev. Newell HIlIIs. of Plymouth church, Brooklyn, to recover damages Cor alleged libel, has been settled out of court it was announced today in the supreme cuurt in Brooklyn, The terms of the settlement not re- vealed. ,C. -P. >R. LAST SALE New York, June sale of C.P.R. recorded-today was at 1 is it that makes a soap suitable for your oilet? Is it not mildness, purity, quick ithering, easy rinsing, freedom from Ikali? vory Soap excels in all these quali- jes. It is not sold on the theory jiat it is a good toilet soap for cents. It is sold on the fact jiat it is the best soap for your )ilet that can be made I any price. VORY SOAP IT FLOATS Mrs. J. It. WIIMcj Is spending :i with Mr. and Mrs. Cramer at their farm nwir tho uity. Mrs. Isaac Hooper, who has been of Mrs. David Donald, ex- pects to return to her home in Stave tomorrow. The members ot the fcJuKLern. .Star will meet at the Rod Cross rooms foi sewing tomorrow afternoon. It h hoped that' there will" be 'a good at- tendance. -Mr. A. R II.-Long of Hie Bank of Commerce, leaves tonight for MorHe,, to which, brunch ho bas been transferred.. Mrs. J. A. Patterson and Miss Maud Robison of Harvey, N. LJ., are' spend- ing the week-with Mrs, George Robi- son en route to Pcnticton, B. C., where they will spend the summer. The Prolhoon class "Wesley church are being entertained tomor- row evening at the home of Airs. C. R. Daniel and are requested to meet at 7.30 at the church. Master IT. A. Lethbridge, son of ,Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Letlibridge, form- erly of this city, was awarded the prize for marked improvement at the Western Canada College, Calgary, prize-giving yesterday afternoon. The afternoon tea and lawn social which the Central W. C. T. U. had arranged to be held tomorrow at the home of Mrs. N. C. Stibbg has been postponed on account of the weather.- Tho gathering will be held at some future date of which due notice will be given. Invitations have been received in the city for tVie commencement exer- icises of Hollywood High School, Los Angeles, on June 29th, whan Mr. Rob- ert Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. George G. Anderson, formerly of this I city, but now of Santa CaK, will be a graduate t The Westminster W. M. S. was ad- dressed yesterday afternoon by Miss. j Asson, a returned missionary from i China, who gare a splendid account I of her work in the hospital at iTu. which is supported by the Meth- odist Women's M issionary society of Canada. Solos by Mrs, Annette and ;Mrs. Mcllvena were much enjoyed. The Ladies' Aid of Wesley church held u meeting Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors when the resig- nation of Mrs. J. H. Rivers, the for-! mer president, was accepted with re- gret. Mrs. W. A. Buchanan was elect- ed to the ofiice. After much .discus- sion it was decided to try systematic giving this year as a means of rats- ing i'uiids, H was decided to hold a bazaar at some future dale. Miss Assoii gave a very interesting talk on her work as a nurse in the hospital at Cheng-Tu, China, to a large j audience in Wesley hall last night. I Rev. J. B. Francis lead the opening prayer and the chair wan taken by Rev. G. H. Cobbledick, who introduc- ed the speaker. Miss Asson spoke on the conditions and native life 'in Cheng-Tu giving graphic accounts of methods of travel, domestic life, hos- pital work and the various cases treated Jit the hospital. Daring the evening pleasing solos by Miss Fenner and Mrs.. Duwson were "rendered. The grand chapter of the Order of Eastern Star for the province of Al- berta, convened in the Banff rooms Tuesday afternoon r with some j 55 delegates in attendance. Lieut. JGov. uvett welcomed the visiting del- jegates on Wednesday morning in en appropriate speech, responded to by Mrs. Cora Graham, of Lethbridgo, as- sociate grand matron, and Mrs. Duff, of Olds, who presided in place of Mrs. Armstrong1, "worthy grand mat- ron, absent "in Scotland. Wednesday's sessions were confined to the report on credentials, the grand matron's ad- dress, and an address by the grand patron, followed by lodge In the evening Cascade No. 13, I.O.D.E. entertained the grv nd chapter delegates at a ball. This af- ternoon the election of officers took place followed by an auto drive'to points of interest. SAYSliTOF Paris, June alleged to have been obtained from a deserter from the 28th German infantry is to the effect that German soldiers' fresh meat ration has been cut from 375 grams daily to 200 grama which is Juat half of the ration of fresh meat received by the French soldiers, Ger- man canned meat ration is also al- leged to havo been cut to 150 gramr; as compared with 250 grams uf canned meat in the French ration. MONTREAL MAN IS GUILTY OF TREASON Montreal. June Schnfer, arrested shortly after the outbreak of .he war on a charge of treason, was 'ound guilty yesterday in the court of king's bench. The jury took less than half a hour to reach an agree- ment, although the charge of Justice Cross was regarded as favorable to tho accused. A reserved case WUB grantod, however, to bt -heard on Willi these pretty flower plants, strong and healthy, just ready for I ransplanting Pansies, Snap- dragons', Asters, Marigolds, etc. FRIDAY SPECIAL I plants.............J5c .2 Dox. plants for.........25c ALSO TOMATO PLANTS 'Per doz................15C Per I doz................25c FOR FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 Bottle 12 years old, Cognac Brandy, very special Bottled in Coo-nae. France, and imported in .Bond, absolutely guaranteed, and the finest, medi- cinal, brandy possible to procure. FLOUR, H. B. Seal of '24 Jb. sack sack 98 Ib. sack FLOUR, Royal Household or Five '49 Ib. sack sack GRAHAM FLOUR, ID Ib. sack ROLLED OATS, Robin Hood, large tubes KHOVAH LEMONADE POWDER, per tin SNIDER'S CHILI SAUCE, per bottle 20c ROBERTSON'S Black Currant, Bramble Jelly Pineap- fl pie Marmalade, 1 Ib. jars It I C POTATO FLOUR, -I r per packet A DC Brown Poison's CORN FOUR or GROUND RICE per packet............... STARCH SILVER GLOSS, 2 pkts.................. LEMON or VANILLA FLA- -f ft VORING, per bottlo 1UC SALMON, Finest B. C. Red 1 Q per tin SARDINES, finest Norwe- -1 p gian, per tin IpC- SARDINES, with Tomato, Mustard or plain, per tin 0 C SHRIMPS, finest Barataria per tin JAM, Raspberry, Plum, Gooseberry or Cherry, pure fruit and on> _ sugar only, 4 Ib. pails I C MARMALADE, Stuart's CO- pure Orange, 4 Ib. pails CORN, PEAS BEANS, tins PEACHES, Pears, Pineapple or Blackberries, special 2 tins................. OwC PINEAPPLE or BLACKBERRIES, GoW Bar Brand, large tins OQ., reg. Sac, special per tin CALIFORNIA FRUITS, Royal Anil Cherries, Peaches, Grapes, Apricots or rears o O per tin 0 J C Gojden West WASHING POWDER, 2 pkts. ROYAL CROWN SOAP, 25c 10c 25c 35c 23c 44c 50c 50c SUNLIGHT SOAP, 11 bars LIFEBUOY SOAP, tl bars GOLD SOAP, j" per large bar DC AMMONIA POWDER, or 3 0 C TOILET SOAP, Big 4 S cakes GLYCERINE SOAP, 5 cakes............. LUX, 3 pkts.............. OLD DUTCH CLEANSER nf 3 tins...................iOC 25c 25c PANSHINE, 3 tins LYE, Gem, per tin RICE, 4 Ills................... LUMP or FRUIT SUGAR, 3 Ibs................... H. P. SAUCE, special per bottle ORANGES, per doz.......25c, 35c i APPLES, Fancy Winesaps of 3 Ibs................... GRAPEFRUIT, 1 n spseial each............ 1UC CREAMERY BUTTER, tin- est uuality, 2 Ibs. tor ODC LEMONS, large juicy per doz................. ASPARAGUS, per Ib................. PINEAPPLES, large size each WATERMELON, per APRICQTS, per basket............. PLUMS, per basket............. PEACHES, per doz................ TOMATOES, Hothouse, per Ib................. TOMATOES, estra fancy, per Ib.-................. CUKES, each......... 15c, 20c S 30c 15c 25c 8c 75c 75c 45c 25c 30c 25c R E D R o s E TEA good tea- Ottawa, June the small arms ammunition inquiry was re- sumed yesterday, Mr. Hutchinaon, government counsel, stated thnt thn sitting had been called in order to give Hartley Dewart, opposition coun- sel, an opportunity to cross-examine Sir Sam Hughes. Trouble blew up as soon as the cross-examination of Sir Sam began. 1 Mr. Dewart asked him if he had given evidence before the Davidson commission on May 13. Sir Sam said he the evidence hut could not recall the date. Dewart referred to Gol. J. Wes- ley Allison's memory which caused Qra. Hughes to remark that he did not want-any insinuations about Col. Allison, He was "ft'cleaner man than llnrtloy he ad'ded. Opposition counsel then questioned Sir Sam in regard to the evidence given by him to the effect that a repre- sentative of VIckers, Limited, had first approached him in regard to the sale of defective ammunition. Mr. Dewart asked if this was-Sir'Trevor Dawson. The minister said lie did not want to give any names.- Calls inquiry Further on the''minister said that he had not read a line of the evidence given in regard to-this matter and he did not propose to do so. Sir-Sam characterized the whole inquiry as "piffle" and intimated that it was not of sufficient importance ;to warrant serious consideration1. ir Sam' maintained that the am- munition to_Vickers, Limited, and riot 'to "the" admiralty. 'Have .you looked at the evidence to see that it was spirt to Col. Alli- I do not intend to do said the minister................. A moment later Sir Sam told Mr. Dewart not to quibble.and.referred to his methods as "pettifogging." Sir Sam stated that'Allison had told him that, lie (AHis'oiO 'had been ap- pointed the agent'of Victors Ltd. "You accepted his "I would accept Allison's word when I would not accept Hartley said Sir Sam. Sir Charles Pours Oil Sir Charles Davidson at this point suggested that the examination should he conducted with less aacerbity. Asked if he stiil adhered to the view that the ammunition was sold to Vinkers, Limited, Sir Sam said he did. "We sold it to the firm for ?20. It was none of our business what the admiralty paid for said Sir Sam. i "That is not the said Mr; Dewart Sir Sam: "I do not care what the evidence is. I am telling what I know. It was none of my business if the ad- miralty paid or (1000 for the am munition." Questioned as to the advance in re- sale price received by Allison and his associates, Sir Sam said he had heard oE it as a matter of hearsay, and Lad made some inquiries when in London. The advance in. price, however, was not a matter "which interested. him particularly." NO JAPANESE THERE San Diego, Gal., June tent rumors that a Japanese squadron has been sighted recently in Mexican waters were denied today by federal officials In touch with the situation along the west 4Mexican coast. If applied immediately salt will ab- lorb ink spots from clothing. IN CANAoT Bread chMpMt food known. braid taking high cost of living fey Ing tht amount of txptn- 5 rwulrtd supply tht nouriihmtnttothe body. IE.W.CHIETT COMBW i -M ;