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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JUNK 20, inio THE LETIJBRIDGE DAILY PAGE SEWN HIS "Fruit-a-lives" Soon Relieved This Dangerous Condition KHUAIIU Sr. KAST, TOKONIO. "For two years, I was victim of; Acute Indigestion imtl Gas In rUoraiuih. II uftenvjinis attacked my unit 1 luul pains all over my body, pfeo ;tluit I could luirdly mcms arouml. J tried nil kinds of Medicine none of them did mo any good. At last, I decided lo try I bought the first box lust June, and mm; 1 am well, after using only three boxes. L recommend. to imyono suffering from FK15D .7. CAVEKX. 50c. n box, G for trial sizes, 25c. A tall dealers or sent postpaid byiVuit- a-tivcs Limited, Ottawa. FINE AT. CHAMRION Champion, Juiit) Mr. A. P. puiicnn's summer-fallowed land the grain liasi been growing .very rapidly ill the last Cew days. By actual Biiroiiicnt the ten days ugo' was about 14 indies high, now measures 23 inches. -WILSON s FLfPADS i WHI.WLL MORE FLIES THAN; STlCKYrLY CATCHER .-Clean to handle. Sold by all Drug- gists, Grocers and General Stores. "Watch; ye, stand faKt In tlio faith, quit yo ilka be strong, let all things be done wiih''ehiirUy." The above wordu I'onneiJ the basis of a I most inspiring address last night in the Salvation Army barracks, to this of'the Masonic lodge of the city, by Major J. W. Hay. M. M., of Edmonton, The speaker first pointed out the great necessity of watching. At the present time .thoughts were turn- ed to the Europe where we knew were doing their duty UB soldiers, or, were like mun of old on the watch tower, looking oiit for the Toe, and members nf the order should likewise be on the watch- tower for iho toes which walked through this fair If mil of ours. Char- acter alao entered largely into the prin- ciples of the Masonic order, people judged men by'their: conduct, and if all members of tjiuVorder.. true to their would be "trong.ithey would'.be alert (in looking put f on ways tp.holp. their fellowmen. 1 Mr. Hay appealed to all j to stand firm, to get a fast hold of I the 'Rock of Ages." The glory of the empire was its fsoli'dity. 'Hie vastest empire the world has ever seen is united as never an empire was before, and as long as all were united that empire would stand, Some of the great principle's of the Mason- ic, order which were' emphasized by the speaker were brotherly love, relief and truth. All t.Iiese had the founda- tion in the sacred law and he appealed to all present to cartry them into their daily life. !Ah earnest appeal for men to be men with backbone follow- ed and references were paid to Kit- chener, Luther, Wesley, John Knox, Gladstone, Win. Booth, and others, the outstanding points in whoso lives Mr. Hay used to bring out in a very per- tinent manner the various points he to emphasize. In conclusion lie -'appealed for all men to be men of knowledge. ;men-of spirituality, arid men who would try ,to do all the'good they coiild. North Ward Andrews. The monikers Order in North Lethbridge attended a special service For the Weary Wife and Mother, after the Winter struggle with poor food and poor service, there is no boon like Shredded Wheat Biscuit. It is ready-j cooked 'and The food that supplies all the strength-giving nutriment needed for a half-day's work. For breakfast with milk or cream. Eat it for luncheon with berries or other fruit. Made in Canada. lit St. Andrews last mylit wlioiu apoc-; ial reference to the benefit of the ,.Ma- sotiic'order was made by the McNichol. A good number of the members wore in attendance. HEALTH WHAT ARE >Most food 'authorities agree that-the average '.family diet contains too percentage fine food and this fine food is largelj the .cause of so much stomach and bowel trouble. vMedicine only aggravates the trouble, 1 per ration is- the r.; The best food for-trus purpose is good spring wheat but as brari1 is rather an unpalatable food taken by-Itself or even made into porridge it was seen that some better method would nave, to ;be devised to make it at once palatable and convenient tp take. Brown bread Is one method b'ut the objection to brown bread is, that wl.iiiv the average person will eat and tnat amount of brown bread does not contain enough, of .the 'bran to be of much use. _j; It was to fill this want that HEALTH BISCUITS Wjere in- They are a compound of ingredients'of the highest nutri- tive value combined with the finest of spring wheat bran hi such -a way as to at once make thsm a food of the best ljuality'and at ''the same be convenient and delicious1 to'eat. It will be found .one or two eaten. morning for breakfast will put the stomach .and bowels in good condition and thjat way the aid of piiis or medicine' of any'k'ind. 1 are "naturally suspicious of any article all a secret. to people we make our sntire method and recipe'1 public 1 to any doctor that they may name and will abide by the decision) 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 trtem witty cream and j butter them, you will find them Very-nice eat fug any way you try them. v We make them fresh every day and they are on sale at all the. better 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. 'I not meant .to take the. piace of bK any other food use but are a supplement to ratlofi for a .particular purpose, and for.this purpose they .are better than any on the, market today. _ T-' 7 They are fine for children, your only trouble'will be to see that' they do not eat too many, one or in some case's two "will Your Grocer today for a'pack- age, or our Driver Will supply lyou v _, r. Made only JOHN GILMORE Baker of Qua Phone (tread 78' Wrentham, Juno steady rain is falling in this district today. Fol- lowing the warm days of last week, 1 we look for the grain io continue the splendid growth made in the past ten days. Jlr. Eliason of Blakesvillc, in tho capacity oC census enumerator, was calling on Ihc inhabitants of this point last, Tuesday. Traffic continues to increase on the Weyburn line and under (he present schedule it requires considerable'more time than shown on the time card to handle Ihu lucai freight along the line. On the last trip the, "accommodation" was six hours late on the return trip. A work train has been unloading gra- vel at different points between this station and Judson the past day. or so, and are working this way, antl with the moving of a new section crew into the house here, the appearances are that we will see hotter service when the operating department assumes charge of. the line to railhead. Timre ure several cases of sickness in the vicinity, some being compelled to remain indoors for a few days. Air. teacher oE the Patience school, found it necessary to go to Lethbridge on Tuesday night to consult a physi- cian. Jn the meantime school-is closed in that district. Lyle Qsborne of Carroll, Iowa, came in last week to spend the summer on, the farm with his father. Mrs. A. L. lloer returned to her home at Foremost on Tuesday, after spending a few days visiting friends here. What tfw Press Agents Say VAUDEVILLE AT ORPHEUM In the vaudeville program at tins "Orphetiw tonight Lo Hoy and .Mabel ilartt are offering an artistic singing riumbur which has found I'iivtM- with audiences throughout the untin; United States and United Kingdom. Tlioy are an extreme novelty in tho sonso that they put ttieir numbers over straight, resorting to mHthur dance stops nor bum comedy, relying on tholr voices, with' (lie aid of beautiful costumes. The Nannie Trio consists of a comedy dramutlr sketch _ jring, including pathos, excellent singing and a rich velr of comedy. Nannie Fineherg is a talr-nted little actress.who has already won much favorable comment from tho press. Wills and Wolf present a comedy 'creation which is laughable n tho ejxli'eme; iii ract It is what is generally termed "a and levor fails to keep the audience in a conlinuouH uproar. His portrayal of Palmer Cox's "Brownie" uxumulifteil in a humorous monologue plus a real Alaskan wolf, which sings in a man- ner to create jealousy in a prima don- na, is a combination which one should not miss. Tho physical culture ex- perts, have something both artistic and prodigious to display us a result of'many years of extreme training. Mr. blmstead, known as M.icfadden's star pupil, was prize winner in the "perfect man" contest hold al Madison Square Garden, New York City, in 1905. fliIK is the last vaudeville bill of this circuit, to be shown here. PHONE 1224 At. the Empress "What'Will People tho title of Rupert Hughes' now famous novel, be the feature attraction at, the Empress theatre tonight. What Will People Say" a. Metro live reel production, ami has as star Mme.' Olga Petrova. and tells the story of a society girl, who to save i her father from ruin, and herself the inconveniences associated with po- verty, marries a man for his wealth, albeit, she is deeply in love with an- other man. The constant fear of what will people say .governs her life's ac- tions, and the consequences are told Mr. Hughes' best style. Mme. Petrova plays the part of Per- cis Cabot, the spoiled society belle, with characteristic ability, and is sup- ported liy an exceptionally well bal- anced cast, and .with u wealth of ap- propriate settings, The final chapter of "The Girl and the Game" will also be shown. "Alive" Bollard, for 35 years a to- bacconist in Toronto, died. At Starlaiirt Have you read IE KO ou vi'ill have a good idea of the plot t "'The Golden Chance" which will he the feature at Starland tonight and tomorrpy. Cleo Ridgelyj who recent- ly found her -way :ir.N) the affections f Starland's patrons by her wonder- ful-acting in "The will appear as 'co-star with Wallace Reid in this .wonderful six-reel. Lasky pro- duction. -Miss Ridgely appears as a poor seamstress suddenly confronted with an opportunity to enjoy for a brief period the luxuries of life, and grasps the chance. Cinderella-like, she meets a financial prince who falls in love with her. Circumstances compel the Ada Hydal left this afternoon to spend uix months In England. u Miss McCormick of C'oaldale wa.1? a week-end vislior with Mrs. Jl. C. Mr- Clurt-. v Mrs. K. K. Laytou enlertaincd a jdozen girls informally on Saturday at a verandah thimble tfa. I Mr. Win. Simpson of Edmonton {spent the week-end wilh his pan-ints, Mr. and Mrs. IX A. Simpson. Dr. C. F. P. Conybearp and Mr. Roy 1 Davidson lefi. this afternoon to spend 'a few days Calvary. "t Trumpeter Kingston of Lethbridge [spent a few days in the city early in ithe week with his friend. I'te. Clir.p- [pell, of tho mh C. M. Hat Times. Mrs. McKinstry of .Minneapolis, who has been spending a couple of months with her daughter, Mrs. Charles F. Grant, returned to her home this af- ternoon, The G. f. A. to the B. nf L. K. will [hold their regular meeting tonight at IS o'clock In the Oddfellow's hall. All j members are asked to be present as [there is important business to be transacted. Mr. Fulton Bonnell. who has been attending Trinity .College school. Port Hope, returned today to spend the summer holidays with his parents. (Mr. and Mrs. L. JlniuiMl. i I Mr. Hazel Wallace returned this i morning from spending a year at 'Trinity College school. Port Hope, to [spend the summer vacation with his (parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wallace. 13n route home he stopped over at Winnipeg and was a guest at the Hoyal Alexandra hotel. Mrs. A. W. Grace left last night for New York to finish her studies in music at the New York School of Mu- sic and Arts, having just completed a year's course of study in Mrs. Grace expects to be away six months and during her absence Mr. ami airs. P. V. Lewis will occupy the Grace residence. The Central C. T. U. will hold the tea and garden party that was postponed from last Friday, on Thurs- day, June 29th. at the home of Mrs. N.' C. Stibbs. 701 6th Avenue. The proceeds will be given to the Tra- vellers' Aid fund. Dr. Rivers will present the success- ful candidates with their certificates tomorrow night at Mr. Claude-Hughes' seamstress to hide her real Identity and refuse her golden chance. Subse- uently these complications are over- come by a series of exciting and dra- matic situations, and presumably everything ends happily. On Wednesday and Thursday, the popular little Marguerite Clark will appear in "Out ot the Drifts." THE BEAUTY OF SUNLIGHT is that every garment washed with it bears the impress of purity; a purity begotten of sweet, cleansing oils, and maintained by absolute clean- liness in manufacture; a purity exalted by the co-operation of workers united for the purpose; a purity demonstrated by the guarantee" which rests upon every bar of SUNLIGHT SOAP. 5c. A substitute far Sunlight n not as food and never tan br. fnsiil titan the The name Lever on Soap Is a guarantee of and Excellence. 5c; G pupils' recital in Wesley'hall. A cor- dial invitation is extended to all music lovers to be present. A collection will be taken for the "Musical News "iind" which supplies mouth organs for the boys at the front. Miss Gray, the teacher of McLean Bclioo! district, who leaves this week for her home in Barnia, Ont, was pre- sented with a gold brooch set with pearls on Saturday aiternoon by the :hildren and their parents pf the dis- trict. The presentation was made by the'little Misses Rosier after a short address by Mr. C. chair- man >of die. school district, in which lie said that every one in the neigh- borhood regretted that Miss Gray was leaving. Miss Gray made a suitable reply, thanking everyone for their kindness. The presentation was the feature of a picnic, held on P. W. Kane's lawn, wneii'races and sports were Keenly contested by the children for the prizes donated. The picnic was largely.attended not only by the school children but also by their parents. John Bassett, staff-officer to Gen- eral Sir Sam Hughes, has been pro- moted to the rank of major. Toronto, .Tune 'how General Mercer died on the field, Lieutenant Lyman Gooderham of Toronto, writes: "1 was beside our beloved general when he expired. I lay on the bat- tlefield for two days suffering trjom shell shock until picked up by a pat- rol with, some of our wounded men. Tell Fred Mercer, his- brother first shocked by a large shell. -1 tried to get him away but it possible. He was shot through 'the He lay in the field suttering no pain and the next day he was killed by shrapnel instantly. The German staff, are arranging honorable burial for one of Canada's greatest, soldiers." HALF HO LI Every Wednesday Afternoon in Lethbridge Following the Custom in Many Other Cities, the Business Houses in Lethbridge Have Decided to Close All Stores and Offices on Wednes- days After One O'clock During July and August. They have considered this step in former years, but their desire to give the surrounding towns and farming district good service, made them hesitate to give themselves and clerks a half holiday during the hottest months, and it is hoped that, by introducing this feature now, the people of Southern Alberta will in no way, at any time, be inconvenienced. Stores Closed After One O'clock During the Months of July and August ;