Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 6

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 10

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta IGESIX THE LETHBIHDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1916 HEALTH BISCUITS O WHAT ARE f Most, food authorities the average family diet contains loo perrnntage of fine food and this fine food is largely the cause of so much stomach and bowel trouble. Medicine" only aggravates the trouble, a pro-, 'per balanced ration is the only permanent cure., The best food for this purpose is good sprirfg 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 devised to make it at once palatable, and convenient to take. Brown bread is one method but the objection to brown bread is, that one or two slices which in 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 highest 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 and keep 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'decisionj 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 better grocers, and bur 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 in dairy use but are a supplement to for a particular for this purpose :they are better than any "food on the market today. They are finfe'for children, your only trouble will be to see that they do not eat tod 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 EET REVIEWED BY KING GEORGE Inspiring to All Ranks and, Visits Wounded From Recent Fight joadon, June official com- nlcation Issued gives an account ;6f ecent visit by King George to the nd fleet and an address by the narch to the representatives of the is of the fleet on parade. In his [ress King George said: Admiral JelHcoe and officers and Q-of the grand fleet; "You waited nearly two years with most exemplary patience for the op- portunity of meeting and engaging the enemy's fleet I can well understand how trying was this period, and how great your relief, when you knew on May 31 that the enemy had been sighted. The unfavorable weather conditions and approaching darkness prevented that complete result which you all expected. But you did all pos- sible in the circumstances. You drove the enemy into his harbors and inflict- ed on him very severe losses. You added another page to the glorious traditions of the British navy. You could not do more. For your, splendid work I thank you." Congratulates JelHcoe At' the conclusion of his visit the King gent the following message to Admiral "Jelllcoe: "I am thankful that I had the op- portunity of congratulating you and the grand fleet on the result of the recent engagement in the North Sea. Assure all ranks and ratings that the name of the navy never stood higher in the eyes of their fellow countryman, whose pride and, confi- dence in their achievements are un- abated. Good luck and Godspeed. May your future efforts he blessed Vvith complete success." King George left London Tuesday evening to visit tbe fleet and returned to London today. During the course organs. At times I jof his tour he inspected the whole of could faardiy walk, ithe grand fleet and visited all of the for if J stepped on tf j wounded men from the Skagerrak OUR WEEKS IN HOSPITAL Brown Finally Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham't Vegetable Compound. 3taralud, years I suf- so sometimes it seemed as though I could not stand it any longer. It was all in my lower little stone I would almost faint One day I did faint and my husband was sent for and the doc- tor came. I was ta- ken to the hospiUI I stayed font weeks uutwhen I came Be I would faint just the same and 1 the same i friend who Mid for me to Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Com- nd. I begin taking it that very day I was suffering a great deal. It already done me more good n the hospital. To anyone who is ering as I was ,mjr advice is to atop he first drof-store and get a'botlla jydia E. Piakhtm's Vegetable Com- nd before ysu go home W. BROWN, 1109 Autwrt Ifhy not take If n. Brown's advice Vrite far few and helpful to Lydin E. fight in the various hospitals. BUTTE HIGH SCHOOL BOYS FACE ARREST FOR DESTROYING RECORDS Butte. Mont., June for the arrest of nearly every boy in tbe senior class of the Butte high school, which was graduated last week, have been issued by Sheriff Henderson at the request of Principal iMilliken of the high school. ac-, tiou was taken because of a destruc- tion Of records in the high school building on commencement night. Through a process of elimination it is hoped that the guilty will be found Both the sheriff and the principal say that if the culprits are discovered they must stand a burglary Charge. In tbe raid on the building pipers and records which can not be duplicated were destroyed. Ottawa. June government has adopted the recommendations the special committee, of parliament which last session considered the re- vision of the war pension regulations The present pension board of the mill- itia department has bean authorized to adopt the now scale and to make it retroactive applying: to all pensions already granted since Outbreak of the war. A permanent pensions board appointed for a long period of years and removed from all political influ- ence, will be named later on, but meanwhile ihe present military board will apply the new regulations. The new scale is considerably high, er in the case of privates and other ranks up'to lieutenant than tile scale adopted, a year or so ago, Already1 there are some y.iiOii names on the pension list, and when all the casualties, so far incurred have been .dealt with by the pensions board, it is estimated the total number of pen- sion awards will be-up to- the mark. The aggregate of the annual pension bill is now over two million dollars. By the time the war ends it is estimated that the yearly bill for pensions will he fully BRUTAL HUNS USED BAYONETS ON THESE WOUNDED CANADIANS The secretary of the Alberta Sheep Breeders' association reports that )MM) fleeces will he sold through, the Uiis year. Ottawa. Juue'2S.-i-In a letter re- ceived today by Major-Geiieral Sir Sam Hughes from Surgeon-General Guy Oarleton Joes, .the letter pays tribute to the heroic death in action of two of the valued officers of the medical corps during the fighting near Ypres. In the course of the letter Gen. Jones .tells :of a.further ghastly example of German frightEuluess. Wounded and helpless, Canadian sol- diers and the men ot the medical corps who were attending them at one of the regimental aid posts were bayo- neted snd murdered in the most brutal manner by .the Germans who took the first line of trenches. The surgeon- general refers to this in recording ihe death of Captain W..R. Haight, of Bri- tish Columbia, medical officer of the j 1st Mounted Rifles. Captain Haight I was reported missing after the first day's fighting. -When the lost ground was recovered by the Canadians the spot at which the regimental aid post was established was found filled with :be" bodies of Captain Haight had been attending. He, him- self, with his assistants, and the wounded men had been brutally bayo- neted. General Jones, in referring to the I death of Lieut-Co! Turner of Moos- omiii, officer commanding the 10th Field Ambulance, says that he was wounded by a shell on the morning of June 2. He was taken to the dress- ing station at Colonel Tur- ner felt from the first there was no j hope for him and asked to 'be left at the dressing station. In the faiut, hope of saving his life, however, he I was removed to the casualty clearing j station ant] operated upon. He died the following day. Gen. Jones pays j tribute to him as "a magnifieient of- j ficer of exceptional ability." j USED SHELLS AND THEIR CON- TENTS A stranger became one of a group of listeners to a veteraiTof many battles, says Postmaster-General Burleson. The veteran had about concluded a vivid- ly colored narrative of a furious bat- tle, in which he had taken part. "Just think of exclaimed one of the party turning to the stranger. "How would you like to stand with shells bursting all around "I have been responded the newcomer. Have you, too, been a sol- answered the stranger. am an Ledger. TWO WOMEN DROWNED Sarnia, Ont., June Point Edward ferry, piloted by Captain Edg- berton, on its last trip to the "United States side tonight, crashed into a' gasoline launch, sinking the.craft and sending Mrs. Sweet and her daughter, Mrs. John Hessen, both of Fort Gra- tiot, to death. Women Know that they cannot afford to be ili. They must keep themselves in the best of health at all times. Most of all, the digest- ive system must be kept in good working order. Knowing the importance of this, many women have derived help from Summer Stocks Complete A BETTER THAN EVER SHOWING OF DAINTY, COOL MUSLINS, VOILES, MARQUI- SETTES AND COTTON SUITINGS. ALSO SUMMER READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS, LIGHT WEIGHT UNDERWEAR; VOILE, CREPE DE CHINE AND GEORGETTE CREPE WAISTS. ALL LATEST STYLES FROM THE EASTERN FACTORIES. EVERYTHING MODERATELY PRICED. Ladies' Voile. Georgette Crepe and Crepe de Chine Waists A SPECIAL DISPLAY OF NEWEST STYLES FOR THE WEEK-END New Voile Waists In a dozen and pretty stylos at. prices from down Greatest Stock of Silk Hos- iery Shown in South Alberta Holepi'oof Silk Hosiery, Kayscr Silk Hosiery, Niagara Maid Silk Hosiery. Radium Silk Hos- iery. Crown Silk Hosiery. In colors, grey, snnd, champagne. Copenhagen, tan, Sky', pink, white, black, rose and brown Sale of Sample Underwear Drawers- andj on sale at quarter off Crepe Queen WHlielmfnu of Hellftftf sent several carloads of condensed milk as a gift to the women and children of Vienna, In response to an Imploring telegram from the burgomaster's wife, SETTLE MOOSE JAW STRIKE Moose Jaw, June city coun- cil last riight-'inet in secret session and backed down considerably from their stand of Monday regarding the demand of-the electrical workers of the city1 who had asked for a raise in wages. The situation was serious all day and'the aldermen had it brought to their attention at every street cor- ner. It was far from a bed of rosos and during the evening a special se- cret session of the council was called when Electrical Superintendent Pet- ers was authorized to re-engage the men who had struck and he was also given authority to deal with questions in regard to'the staff of. his depart- ment himself in future. WAS SUBMARINED Paris, June Italian barque Alarie was burncu Tuesday by a Ger- man submarine, says an ment issued in Madrid and forwarded by the Ilavas correspondent Jn the Spanish capital.. The crew was saved. The Shops known for good values and up-to-date ara the plaeas to aik about the D A and LA DIVA CorseU. "Made-in-Cariada" in one of the best equipped corset factories in the world, they offer ell Ihe qual- ity formerly found only in high grade i mporlcd coned, but 11 at little more thth half the ;