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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, .TUNE nfnmKiDOR DAILY HERALD' PAGE WHAT ARE Musi food authorities agree that the''average famiiy diet contains too largo a percentage of flue food and Iliis is largely the cause of: so rnnch.stoniach and howel trouble, cine only aggravat.es the Iroiible, a pro- per balanced ration is the only permanent cure. 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 devised .to make'- it at once palatable and convenient' to take. Brown bread is one method but the objection to brown bread that one ort two slices which IB all the average person will eat and that amount of brown bread does not contain ;enouglvof 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 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. 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 better grocers, and our. wagons always have a supply. They are wrapped in waxed paper an'd "packed one dozen in a carton and come direct from our clean bakery to your tabje-'untouched-by any middleman. They.are not meant to take the place or any other food in daily use but are a supplement .to the family ration for a particular, purpose, and 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 case's two. a day will be enough. Ask lYour Grocer today for a pack- or our Driver will Supply you Made only by JOHN GILMORE Baker of Quaker Bread PHONE 1224 .Mrs. F. Weaver ;ind Miss Gladys Weaver of Keniic, B. C., are guests with Mra. A. Niven. 12lh Street. MI-K. T.. S. Petterly and little son, Gordon, arc spendfiiK a coujilo of weeks in Oalgary. with Mrs. Kotlerly's mother, Mrs. Jarrett. .Mrs. L. M. JohiiHtonc1. who lias been spending a couple of weeks in Cal- gary, a guflHt. at the I'jiiliser, leaves on Sunday for the- roust. Smith's section.of the Kebckah lodgo will meet at the home of Mrs. Hi-adslinw, SOB llth Street, on Tliurs-, day at S p.m. WeatJinr iiermltUng- tho Central W. C. 'J'. IT. will hold an ufternoon tea and eveniU'E lawn social tomorrow at. Ihe homo of Mrs. X. C. Stibbs. 701 5th Avenue. Mr. .1. H. Gordon, of tho Canadian Bank of Commerce, who has been 'transferred from Carmangay to "Warv ncr, with his wife and child, is spend ;ing a few days in the city en route I to his new home. The Big Sisters' class of Kims' church arc entertaining the Big Bro- j tliers and (heir friends at a picnic at i the Experimental Farm, on 'Thursday, June 29tli. Automobiles will be at the church at 5 p.m. to convey them to the grounds. Should the weather be unfavorable the gathering will be held in tiie basement of the church. A patriotic meeting Cor men and women will be held on Friday after-' j noon at 3.30 in Wesley hall under the I auspices of the various women's or- ganizations in the city. It will be j addressed by Mrs. G. W. Kei hv speaking on "National and' Major G. W. Kerbs- on "A Woman's Part." Lieut. J. Montgomery-Bell will sing a patriotic song. Wesley hall was well filled last night with parents and friends 'of the pupils of Mr. Claude Hughes, who gave ii splendid recital. The follow-1 i ing pupils took part in the.program: I j Misses Marjorie Vera Ivllle, Ivy Margaret Gibbons, jDagmar Sandquist, E. Fenner. Viva ;Elton, Agnes Dowsett and May Young.'i 'Each number was heartily Ulie applause being well deserved as' iu both the vocal and instrumental. numbers the pupils acquitted tliem-i j selves very creditably. Dr. Hivers j was the chairman, and in his usua j happy style presented certificates to j the following 'successful candidates; Marjorie Whelen, primary division piano; Vera Glanville, lower division piano and 1st place certificate junior piano at the musical festival; Miss Dawson, higher division singing; Dagraar Sandquist, higher divis piano; Miss Fenner, higher division singing and rudiments of music; Vivi. Elton, higher division piano and 2nd place certificate for junior piano at the musical festival; Miss May Young; intermediate grade piano and rudl.- ments of music; Miss Mildred Nim- mons, higher division piano; Mr. Wil- fred Simm, theory of music; Miss Effie Wallace, intermediate grade piano and r'udiinents of iuiisic. -V A collection, was- taken which will be sent; to the "Musical News a fund that aims to'supply the boys1 at the front with mouth organs. SPECIAL SAVjfflGS .ON HOLIDAY GOODS T' A'T SIMP SO N'S Cottdn and Lisle Underwear A QUARTER OFF A manufacturers comnletQ line of sample vests., drapers and combinations m lisle and cotton on sale at a discount of Ladies' San Shades Moderately priced Exclusive styles, new. shapes, long handles priced from 60 down to 1C each Silk and Lisle Hosiery Any Price or Color Required HOLEPROOF SILK HOSIERY, per pair HOLEPROOF SILK LISLE, per pair CROW.N. HOSIERY per pair STERLING SILK HOSIERY, per pair ADANAC SILK HOSIERY, per pair NIAGARA MAID SILK, per" pair Boys' and Girls' Outing Hats Straw and Crash Hats of every descriptionrrahg- Ing in prices from oO down nf SSc 75c 35c 50c Ladies' Cool Voile Blouses at Money Saving Prices Stylish Cojton Voile Embroidered Waists, special fit Very fine quality voile waists, worth F up to 50, for each Crepe de Chene Handker- chiefs 20c Plaln''ri. S. borders pr! ifancy. floral borders also picture styles, each Aieo lines at of e each.. 25c 35c Ladles' black and white stripe Voile Waists, each Ladles D'mitv etiipe 5Vhite Voile Waists, each Almost Away Ladies' White Muslin and Voile Dresses CpMErIN AND SEE WHAT YOU CAN BUY FORj, ni1 i The Simpson Co., Limited rHOLIDAY SPECIALS ON SALE THURSDAY FRIDAY Extra Specials for Thursday and Friday from our Dry Goods Section 200 Yds. CORDUROY VELVET, in white, navy, Copenhagen and l-hmU'r's gn-t-n, inches -.vide, on sale Thursday and PQ Kriday................................................., 0 C 300 Yds. SILK CREPE, inch, white, pink, sky, navy Helfo and black, on sale Thursday and Friday DijC 36 Inch WATERPROOF SILK TULLE, in white, black, sky, pink, cream, Hollo, burnt orange and black, on sale Thursday and Cft Friday OiJC A WASH KIBBON SPECIAL 3000 yards Lingerie Wash Hibbona in 3 -yard lengths, all silk, serge, tricotint1 and satin in 4 white, pink, skyt lemon, Helio and Special Xo. 1. 3 yards for.............. (Special A'o. 2, 3 yards for.............. Special Xo. 3, 3 yards .for.............. Special Xo. 4, 3 yards for............., 22c Ladies' Wearables at Pre-Holiday Prices MIDDIES, in all white, also with colored collar and cnffs, made in the newest styles, belted down sides, made of -I ri a very strong material Thursday anil Friday, special Also another CORSET SPECIAL, our own special corset, exclusively made 7O for Hudson's Ray Co% reg. ?3.00, Thursday and Friday SILK UNDERSKIRTS, all colors, elastic belt styles, full skirt effect, worth special CHILDREN'S GINGHAM DRESSES, with bloomers, wortli Si-fa, Thursday and Friday A splendid line of TERRY HATS, for Ladies and Children, just QPJ arrived for quick clearance, marked at each' 65c up to LADIES' WHITE SKIRTS, ill linen and pique all sizes to select from, special up to Pre-Holiday Specials from our House Furnishings A-i J f achTttJC Holiday Specials from the Boot and M Section -.MEN'S black and tan, large sizes .only, res. price to clear WHITEjeOcK, BOOTS, in butt style, a very neat shoe, in sizes 4, and ti, reg. price Sfi.OO, to clear LADIES' GUNMETAL BOOTS, in Blucher neat and dressy shoe, in all sizes, reg. price to clear......' A few odd lines of MEN'S BOOTS, in all sizes and prices, to clear For TRAVELLING SUIT CASES, with or without straps, 24 and 2G in. sixes, nig-. for Green WINDOW SHADES, mounted on spring roller with brackets and fittings complete, size 30 x 72, Thurs Fri. e JAPANESE RUGS, in handsome Oriental patterns, heavy quality, sizes 30 x CO inches Kcgular -S2.00 for Regular -S3.00 for JAPANESE MATTING, in gre.cn colors. in. wide, special per yard HEAVY RICE GRASS JAPANESE RUGS, bound all round, d; size 2 yds. hy ;l yds. stencilled border design, 56.50 for suck KKOVAH LEMONADE "..POWDER, per tin >OTATO FLOUR, per packet SEEDED RAISINS, 12 nn oi. pkts. 3 for OJC JELLY POWDERS, all Oft i....... tMC. lOc flavors, 4 pkts STARCH, White Gloss, 1 Ib. packets CORN STARCH, 1C- 2 packets........... ;13C SANIFLUSH, nf per tin CASTILE SOAP, large bars, reg. 3ac, special -1 r _ IDC SARDINES, finest Nor- J g 1 wegian, per tin IOC Oscar 17 i I C 59c 95c per tin SARDINES, witlr.Toumto, Must- tard, or plain ojf 4 SALMON, B. C. Red 1O per tin..............I SALMON, Spckeye, lb. nr fins, 2 LARD Guaranteed 31b. tins 5 Ibs. '10 Ibs. JAM, Raspberry, Strawberry, Peach, Plum, or Black Cur- rant, all with. Apple Jr 4 lb pails.......... 4vC CORN SYRUP, 2 lb. tin's 5 tins 10 lb. tins PINEAPPLE MARMALADE, 1 27c 22c 25c SipithV -i Q 1HC EXTRA SPECIALS 1 10 Ib. SUGAR 1 lb. H. B, Co.'s TEA Week-end price 10 lb. sack 1 lit. H. B. COFFEE..... .40 Wcpk ciui price 10 lb. sack SUGAR................. lib. Arrowroot BISCUITS___ .25 lb. Fry'.s CiM-oa.................. .25 Week end pi-ice JOc lb. jars, special reg.- 30c, SODA CRACKERS, per large I packet .RjCE, good sound 'i llis C. N. DISINFECTANT, 1 A special 19C .MOLASSES, nn 5 lb. tins............ JJ.C CORNFLAKES, Krinkle 6 pkts. SHREDDED WHEAT, or 2 packets........... 4.0C TRISCUIT, 2 packets PEAS, CORN S. BEANS, nn 3 tins JJC CREAMERY BUTTER, extra special 3 Ibs. TOMATOES, Fleur-de-Hs 3 tins TOMATO CATSUP, reg 2nc, special per bottle PELS NAPTHA per large carton SUNLIGHT or LIFE- BUOY SOAP, 11 LUX, 3 packets OLD DUTCH CLEANS- f ER, 3 tins LUMP, BAR or ICING SUGAR, 3 Ibs PICKLES, Chow Chow, jSrweet or Sour Mixed, per (mart seateis i. VINEGAR, white or brown, per bottle ORANGES per doz 25c, 35e 4 APPLES, fancy Winesap 3 Ibs. GRAPEFRUIT, each LEMONS, large juicy per doz. ASPARAGUS, 3 Ibs v PINEAPPLES, each per lb APRICOTS, 2 Ibs per basket 2 Ibs 35 per basket PEACHES per lb TOMATOES, eitra fan c> hotbouse per lb CUKES, "ach 15c, 20e CHERRIES, Ring, per Ib STRAWBERRIES, extra special, Z boxes lOc ,30c 8r IBo. }25c 25c Store will remain Closed All Day Saturday, Dominion Day. Open Friday Night until 10 p.m. Co. ;