Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
tftTHBRinGE DAILY HEfttM) EXCURSION .....TO..... JULY 1st UNDER ;AU8PICES WESLEY CHURCH BIBLE SCHOOL Train leave, the city at 7.15 a.m., and returning arrives at 10.30 p.m. Fare from Hie City and return. COME'AND ENJOY A FULL DAY'S OUTING IN THE MOUNTAINS HAS BEEN POSTPONED Indefinitely on Account of Rain! Q WHAT ARE OUTING New Shipment Just In. ..Big Values Offered.. 25-yfc off nil 'Pana- mas Flowers At cadi Special this week Lethbridge Millinery Co., Ltd. PHONE 457. L. A. SCOTT, MANAGER 514 4TH AVE. S. Most food authorities agree J'amily diet contains too percentage 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. food for this purpose is good jpring wheat as bran il rather an unpaUUbl.-food taken by itself or .wn ji.de into porridge it was seen that tome better method would havj to be devised to make it at once p.latable and convenient to, lake. Brown bread i> one method but the objection to brown -J that one or two which all the average person will eat and that amount of brown bresd does not contain enough of the bran .to be of much use. It was to till this want that HEALTH BISCUITS were in- vented They are a compound of Ingredients of the h.gheit nutri- tive value combined with the finest of spring vjheat bran In such way'a" to one. make them a food of the bert quality and at t'me b, convenient .nd delicious to It wi be found one raten -.very morning for Vomn'li ,viJ bowels m good condll on and keep them that-way.. theVd of pills or medicine of any kind. Some p.opje are r.turally suspicion of any article that at all To tuoh people vc offer to nuke our ent.re method and recipe public to doctor that they may name and will abide by the deei.iori cf that doctor as !o the value of these biscuit.. You owe ii y-wrs-lf and family to give theoe biscuits a trial Yol' can toast them, or cat them with cream and euga-, Just butter them, you will tmd them very nice eating any w.iy you try them. We make them froah every day and they are on aale at all the b-'tfr grocers, and our wagons always have 3 supply 1 hey sre wrapoed in waxed psper and packed one dozen in a carton, and come direct from our clean bakery to your table untouched any middlwiai. They are not meant to take the p.ace of1, bread or any other food in daily use but are a supplement lo family ration for a particular purpose, and for this purpose they are better than any food oh the market today. They are fine for children, your only trouble will be to tee that they do not eat too many, one or In some cases two a day will be enough. What the Press Agents Say At Starlanil "Out 'of the Drifts" In which "Mar- guerite Clark plays the leading role with more than her usual charm, will i be shown at Starland for the lust ime tonight. Tile large crowd who this play last night oxner- enced a rare treat. Miss Clork is simnlv irrcalstlhlo In the role of bl- ue the shepherd girl of the Alps. The worl; of the great St. Bernard dogs is worth the price of admission alone. Jliss Slnim and Mr. Fleming will re- peat their duet again tonight and the drawing for the I.O.U.I5. boat con- test, in aid of the "Wounded Sol- Fund" will late place at Don't fail to bring your tickets, as the winning number will have to be produced. U the Empress For the last time tonight "Drugged Wafers" the Hed Feather feature, will be shown tonight at the Bnipress. Charlie Chaplin will be seen in Shang- contrary the province owed him haled. This is n scream. money. He declared that he had been The feature for I'l'lday and i cuted uy the present government rfwUlFlla "f Manitoba, criticized the course of iMture with Llla throughollt the prosecution, and expressed his opinion that no good could be served by his convic- a verdict of guilty would not assist at a settlement ot the civil uult. He renewed his willingness to Hall and Robert Leonard. Winnipeg. June Kelly, for 35 years a building contractor In Winnipeg, commenced in the assize court this afternoon a sensational fight for liberty. After having follow ed a policy of conducting no cross- examination of crown witnesses in the charges against him of theft, false pretences and receiving, and having called no witnesses, he announced this afternoon that he wanted two or three hours to address the jury. He spoke for 45 minutes, and will continue when the court sits tomorrow morning. Mr. Kelly made a vigorous defence of his actions as parliament buildings contractor. He denied that he had been overpaid, and insisted that on CAMPERS AND PICNICKERS Yon will need Dashing caps Mosquito oil Face cream Duting sets [Tissue table 50c to 25c to 50c .....25c to 25c to 40c clothG and nap- Talcum Powder 25c to 50c Lime Juice 40c to 90c Flags 2 for 5c, to And with each of (lie above purchases o n Friday We Will Give You a Pocket Mirror FREE Frank Hedley Drug Co. !E Victoria June f. N. Staf- ford, of the lOSrd battalion, received llic following on Saturday: "Sincerely regret Inform you Pioneer Ernest Rowland Stafford, officially re- ported missing, believed killed in ac- tion June 13." Pte. Stafford left here on June 25, 1915. with the 48th battalion, which went to Franco as the 3rd Canadian Pioneers last March. He was born at Choppington, Northumberland. Eng- land. 24 years ago last February. Ho ervod his time to the engineering rade. being two years with C. A. Par- on ti Co.. turbine works, Heaton. where his father vas for five years traffic and "transport oreman, previous to leaving for Leth- irldge. Alia., eight years ago. On irriving there Pioneer Stafford enter- ed the C. P. R. engineering shops and vas there 3% years. He then came to he coast to join his father. He vorkod for a while at the navy yard mil also for the city, then he joined he C P. 11. passenger boats as a iteward. and wiis with them until he oined the 48th. He has. besides his atber. brother-in-law. Sergt. F. Chap man. and his cousin, C. Q. M. Sergt J. W. Rawlinaon. all ot the 103rd bat talion three uncles and 13 cousins serving with the imperial forces; some of whom he met in France. He was well known in football cir clea, having played with Foreslen, nnd C P. R. teams In this city. He loaves to mourn his loss his father mother, three sisters, brother and brother-in-law, besides the following relatives: Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Wilson Caledonia avenue: Mr. and Mrs. J Orrlck, Mrs. Haw Jailer and Mrs. Hall, a of Victoria. By inu noueri. By the subtle art of trick photo- irrapbv here is an entrancing blend of fhe fantastic and the mortal m un- folding a story that combines the rul- ing passions of life-hatred, jealousy, envv copiousness, malice, revenge love and several motives that form the incentive for popular photo- plays. At. the Ovpheiim For the last time the last vaude- ville bill of the circuit will be at the Orpheum tonight. Do not fail to see ibis as It is one of the best bills ever shown and will be the last lip be seen for some time by Leth- bridge people. Everyone should see the big wai feature The Campbell's are Coming, rH. G. KILNER' SHOE STORE 414 13th Street North Repairs Neatly Executed COAL AND TRANSFER C.O.D. PURE FOOD WEEK-END SPECIAL! v Spring Veal Government Fed Fowl Government Chickens aasr-SSiat sottlB (mentions in dispute by a board of arbitration, and 'insisted that the government had signer! papers agree-. Ing to arbitration and then had held up proceedings pending the result of criminal action. Goes torjury Winnipeg. June case of the crown against Thomas Kelly went, to the hands of the jury at 1 o'clock this afternoon. '-Mr. Justice Premier- gast concluded his charge to the jury which had lasted an.hour and a halt and the jury Immediately retired to consider the evidence and addresses they have heard in the last ten days. Two more Lethbridge men have re- ceived commissions In the nen, Mac- leod regiment, the 191st; under Col. Bryan. Sergt.-Major Hill, of the Northwest Mounted police here, been appointed adjutant of thf regi- ment, with the rank of captain. He Us an experienced ...soldier. toeVeber. son of Senator DfeVeber, Has received a commission ,as lieu- tenant. 'He has been for some time a member of the staff of bank of Montreal at Nelson, WOMEN CAN WIN London. .lune Ki Lonon. .un ordered that the milltafS' medal In fi Mr. and Mrs. H. B. McBlyea are leaving Lethbridge on Tuesday next to reside at Mitchell, N. Dak., where Mr. McElyea wll be placed in charge of that branch for tile Dakota Cen- tral Telephone Co. Mr. McElyea came to Lethbridge in 1909 and after brief absence returned In 1911 to Ask Your Grocer today for a pack- age, or our Driver will supply you Made only Ivy JOHN GILMORE Baker of Quaker Bread Phone 378' HI. ule f Manager Hausen has gone to a lot ot trouble to gi't this wonderful feature for LctlibfidBe, and bis efforts should be appreciated by big crowds for both the nights the production in It is a five reel picture depicting the roller of Lucknow during ithe Sepoy rebellion in India, and several hun- dred Canadian Highland troops have been used to make the production, making the scene of the arrival of the Campbell Highlanders at. the relief of Lucknow seem most realistic. There Is a big battle scene ill which thous- ands of troops were used, and the story that is carried through the nic' ture is one -to excite keen interest throughout. Don't fail to see this great production. RAIDERS WELCOME Paris June De- two hours. When his Lordship con eluded he asked the accused it he had anything to say. Kelly, replied that he wished to apply for a reserved case through counsel, and the judge re- served his rights to the objections to charge to the jury. Kelly conpludeil this morning his address to the jury. He attacked vig- orously the evidence of V. W. Hor- wopd, former provincial architect, and of all the expert witnesses called by the crown. "The judge in his charge, speaking of the address of the accused contrac- tor said, "that broadly speaking, tile only to bring the facts before you is from witnesses or proved docu- ments. You should have guarantee oath before you consider the state- llate'ti that it was of gouay, retired, .writes to the news- papers that the German submarine U-35 which recently took a letter from Bmperor William to King Alfonso has since sunk a number of French, Bri- tish and Japanese steamships. He as- serts an investigation should be'.nmde as to the right of Spanish Authorities io welcome the submarine at Carta- gena and deliver supplies to it was on the eve of making raids on shipping. Maurice E. Fitzgerald, a detective, died suddenly while tii a barbers' chair In Halifax. HERE'S A SECRET It jou want to cure that skin dis- ease of yours, you can only do so by using an ointment so refined as to be capable of penetrating to tfie root of the disease. Zam-Buk is capable of doing this, whereas or- dinary ointments remain on the sur- face skill. Besides Its wonderful power of penetration, Zam-Buk Is such .1 strong germicide that germs cannot live where ZanvBuk is applied Thus, all germs, both on the buriace and in the underlying tissues, are destroyed. Then the herbal essences, of which Zam-Buk Is composed, pro- mote the growth of new tissue, and a complete and permanent cure is the result. Prove It for yourself. (All drug- gists, 50c. bni, or Zam-Buk To- ronto, for price. ments." 'His Lordship OLBI.D.I n.... "liis own tliat. Kelly had no counsel. He mentioned some points which he considered favorable to the accused. Among these was the fact that the original Lyall tender was not accompanied by a marked cheque as required. The jury, he said, must take the position that it was wise to make a change from piling to cais- sons. His Lordship also called atten- .ion to the differences in Horwood's evidence .before the public accounts committee and at the trial. He told vlie jury they mus; give the accused tile benefit of any reasonable and tioncst doubt. he added, "hang your verdict. on the unsatisfactory peg of doubt only as a last resort." atton of the automatic phones, year ago he took over the manage- ment of all departments at this branch. His experience at the auto- matic factory and later in practical work, brought an offer to take charge at Mitchell and the surrounding towns, which he considered too good to turn down, notwithstanding Ms to remain in Lethbridgf.. Mr. McBiyea has taken a keen in- terest in. athletics and sport and Is one of the best all round athletes In the city. He took a prominent part in all departments at ithe Y. M. C. A. and for a number of years has been in charge of boys work at Westminster Sunday school. Mrs. McElyea's home has been In this city for some years. She is'at present on the teaching staff at the Baptist and Westminster Sun- day schools. Both have a large cir- cle of friends here. A successor to Mr. McEylea has not yet heen appointed...... EDALS George has Delicatessen Shamrock Cooked Ham, per Jellied Ox Tongue, per lb......'- 50c Jellied Lamb's Tongue. ture may be-Twarotf to women who shown bravery and devotion to Thorn arc many cases in -UUihrMge hospitals. Much of. his can lie prevented with simple burk, glycerine, etc., nitod in AdKT-i-kl This rom- acts on BOM liowol, removing surpris foul Major Fred Bell; 'Medicals, Winni- peg, was married, in London, Bng., to Dorothy Nairn, Winnipeg. Sliauinoo- your head 'Ji3" Shampoo only The. Boxali Dr.ig Storct. J. Higmtotliam Drag- howol, removing lion "soirr stomach or gas. A .short ri-iticcjit ha! as chroaic stomach ro.'.tjlc. Adler-j-kft has easiest and I'oat thorough notion of anything wu ovor soM. J. D. Iliginbotliara t Co., Dlroct servico to Glasgow 011 largo TVin SCOT iSteaiuers NIJW to date At low ratfis Light. comtortaWo toaius Don-it'L-ioii Slan.lard Servico On every sloiuticr Non-Rollers stcaiiy at i Let us tell yon aljo-.lt f'O Ir.torosting trip across No troulds to Enquirt! from any Kailroatl or Ageut, or DONALDSON LINE H. E. L1DMAN, Gcneial Agent, Winnipeg, 349 Main St. Ph. M5S12 Vancouver, 531 Oranville St. per 45c Ham Bologna, per lb. 2Qc BUTTER Finest No. 1 Fresh Made Farmers Dairy Butter per lb. 25c Finest Creamery Butter Per lb. 30c This is fresh made butter and you can't beat value in the city. When the hoard of'.grain commls aionors come to LethbriiJge to thor- oughly look into the matter of placing an interior storage'.'elevator ibere, wiil have a "complete memoran- dum placed beiore mem Tun TVST arranged for at today's meeting of the Board of Trade when-the'fol- lowing were, appointed to go" fully into all details affecting the question a iid i repare a complete statement of the case for the com- missioners: PieKident' ftlarnoch, ,S, S. Dunham, chairman the rural re- lations committee; Gfeo. IV: Green, chairman of the Mayor (Hurdle, n member representing the 'banking section and aiiother to repre Bent the grain Buyers John I Villis of the I C ttanctoi, la ,n employee depC, of AUCTION SALE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE On Monday, JULY 3rd AT 2 P. M. At 3rd Avc. North, Cor. 15th Street W. L. WILSON Auctioneer IS FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE POP- HAM, WHO IS LEAVING FOK ENOLAND, TO SELL .HE FOU LOWING WITHOUT RESERVE: S Single bedl, springs and mattresses, 2 dressers and stands, 1 toilet sets, bedroom tables, 1 folding parlor table, 1 mission oak book shel-ves, 1 scieon carpets, nigs, stair carpet, 1 arm up- holsteied In volour, 1 f.hair, 1 oak rocker, oi cloth, book shelves, kitchen table, kitchen chairs, 1 drop head sewlnir machine, 1 4-hole kitchen table, kitchen chairs, 1 dron head sewing tachment screen doors, dishes, kitchen utensils, etc. TERMS CASH. NO RESERVE. ASK FOR SHAMROCK BRAND GOVERN- M E N T INSPECTED PRODUCTS. P, Burns Co. Limited MAIN MARKET-3RD AVE. PHONES 412 IMS DOMINION MARKET COR. 4TH AVE. ST. PHONE PALACE MARKET-13TH PHONI 491 N.