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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRinAY.'JUNK SO. HUG THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD f'AGE WAN'S Filbert Nut Bar Fresh plump filberts scattered generously throughout the finest and smoothest milk chocolate manufactured. Sold everywhere. Made in Canada. Hlcliiml M. Wilson, a pioneer of) HON. COL. THOMAS CANTLEY, Mnnilolin. and act-ive member "of the Krain Growers' Association, ditd dl .Mtirrllighursl, I'llol .Mound M in In retaliation Tor the blockade, lint- isli prisonerb' in Germany are.almost being starved. If there's room for more hair on your head we recommend Rexall "93" Hair tonic. Drives away dandruff, makes the hair glossy without grea iness, stops the failing out and a heallhy growth. Sold cxcluiively at Rexall Drug Stores 50c. and 51.00 FOR SALE BY T. D. H'igiubotliani. Co., Limited, LETH BRIDGE. ALBERTA. New President of .the Canadian Manu- facturers' Association. This gentleman, who is president the Nova Scotia Kteel Corporation and a member of thu old shell com- mittee, was much discussed in con- nection with the matters under probe 'by the Shell Commission, Lomond, June fciriijcru around hero arc shipping carloads of oaty Uiebe days and airings of large loads may scim wending their way to the market. II in no faro sight to sue fields of wheat upwards ol n. foot 'and a liali' high. have had rain and now in this the grain is rapidly growing. The niuBtiui'.ttUrf hnvu declared war on tills part and 1m made several attadis, niosi.jy on the farmers, which were partially successful "Swat1 the inofKiuilo" is our policy. Aliss llorton is home after a visit! of a and a halt" with relatives in j Manitoba. j Lomond is to have the time j yet on the nth o[ next mouth. Onu ihousaml dollfirs will bo given to the j lucky visitors. expect a largo! crowd ii the her man is agree- j ahie and Ihoru will be room for yon.! Come and aw the flourishing village of Lomond and relish the good time the committee have prepared. Mr. Horloa fell off his saddle horse-1 while looking for his horses and mi- j fortunately broke :i rib. After lying! on tlie rjruirie all night, the sufferer: brought to Lomond for doctor's; cure. Miss ClantlcliI arrived here from j Toronto and will take up her abode: with her parents. Sam Henderson is throwing up the! dust now with his new Ford car. Husketli is in the employ of .Mr. Klves here la real estate j otiice. I .Many line wells have been drilled here. .Mr. SInstcd hua a. well j 17-1 feet deep, with 134 feet good i water. .Mr. Donnelley is still busy with his good work. Tlie Free Methodists from Armada j are holding meetings ror a week here on the picnic grounds. S. Farrell and wife are home again j after a visit with relatives in Pin-; cher Creek. Mr. and .Mrs. Manning and family are settling into their new home here. Our new elevator, the fic Grain Co.. is receiving grain no lodness of cur THE surpassmu Coffees iff not surprising if you consider tke stortj of our fifty years ay a businc5j house Fifty tjears-of conffant- study to to the coffee drinkers of NorthAmerica tfte 'best' to be found in the of the world. Chase frSanborni Coffees MS HEALTH BISCUI WHAT ARE Most food authorities .agree that.tlie average family diet contains too large-a 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 tlie only permanent cure. The beet food for this purpose is good spring wheat bran, but a: 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 which ia 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 vyith 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 pilis 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 gi'ye these biscuits a thorough trial. You can toast them, or eat them with cream and sugar, or just hutter 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 and packed one, dozen in a cartorir and come direct from our clean Bakery to your table untouched by any middleman. v They are not meant to take the place of jbread 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 fo.od on the market today. They arc fine for children, your only trouble will be to see that they do. not eat too many, one or In'some cace't 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 .Winnipeg, June half as many convictions in the city police coiirt in June as in May and one- j eleventh of the number of drunks, are Mr. and Mrs. H. Benson have adopt-1 g. for !liemseives. ed an infant boy from the' home in gt Bouifact. alHj gt. James suburhs Calgary. K t had onc drunk slncc the flrBt; Roger said: Our new minister, the Rev. M. Cam- eron is delayed in coming here and Mr. Allen, our former minister officiate till his arrival. CLOSE BISHOP PINKHAM COLLEGE IN CALGARY Calgary, June the recom- mendation of the board of manage- ment is adopted by the general com- mittee of the Anglican synod, as it undoubtedly wiii "ue, Bishop Pinkliam college, the church institution in Hill- hurst, will not reoneu at the end of the holidays. On account, of' financial'-conditions the board lias decided that it would be best to suspend the college for the time being, and has so advised the committee. have not had one drunk since the first of the month. Only 533 convictions Genttemaii of tie jury were made this month against 833 last tor you. t eidict. London, June ittiad- iiiK, lord chief justice of England, with the black cloth, by tradition called a over his head and his two j associates In scarlet KOWQB, likewise black-capped, pronounced the mm- lunco of death for high troason on the irishman, Sir Roger Casement, shortly nftcr flvo o'clock this even- I half an hour after the foreman lot the jury in a shakiiiK voice gave 1 the verdict of guilty. Sir Roger addressed the court, read- ing his lliml statement with the I itlanalion that lie wished it might I1 each a much larger audience than the one before him and particularly the people of United States from had come many messages of sympathy to him. and whose own stnigglu for liberty, he said, always I had been an inspiration to Irishmen. i Sir finger's auditors, among whom were Viscount Bryce and many other prominent men and women, listened j in deepest silence, some moved to Itears. The prisoner declared he did j uot regard trial by Englishmen In an 1 English court as a trial by his peers to which he was entitled. He revlew- ed recent events in Ireland from the beginning of the formation of the Ulster volunteers and said: have seen the constitutional army refuse to obey the constitutional government and we were told the first duty of Irishmen was to enter that army. I saw no reason why Ireland should shed any blood for any people but her own. if that be treason, I am not ashamed to avow it herrj. If the Unionists chose the road they thought would lead to the good side, know my road led to the dark side, lioih of- us proved right. So 1 am prouder to stand here in a traitor's dock than fill the place of my accus- ers. "Self-government is our right. It is no more a thing to be withheld from us or doled out to us than the right to life or light, to sunshine or spring flowers." Throwing' down his manuscript, Sir My lords, I have done. I wish to I meant Bi'u'ltnK. June conditions In the Stirling district continue to be excellent. Grain on sltiuble lookR as well an that on fallow. Tin; uliayrere and warm weather are bringing the flax along hi good shape. Grans on tho range is abundant. Weather con- diffonu are favorable also to the de- velopment of moHqnitoes. Veils and even smudge-pots on plows are much in evidence. Range stock, however. is unusually restless and drift east and west as the wind changes. Hut the old settler says: "No inonciuHoeK, no crops." The crop of calves and colts increases daily. The last band of sheep has gone to the shearing 'pens. Sheepmen are offered thirty i cents and better for wool, but are hold- 'ing together to get all the value that belongs to them. Plowing is well under way, with the ground in primo condition. If anyone were to auk for the most promising aection and the most contented people in province, the answer would surely be: Southern Al berta and the farmers of the Stirling district. Watch us grow! In handling a fractious horse Mr. Lewis MeUger injured a hand so bad- ly he was obliged to make a hurried trip to Lothbridge to consult a pliy .sician. H this were not a health ra I sort we would suggest that we need a physician down this way. A. M. Steed, our popular stockman, who left some weeks ago in his auto for Utah. Diet with an accident on the way and is now nursing a broken arm in thai land of little rain. A bucking broncho, Mr. Steed, IK nothing to a locoed automobile. A rancher drove to town yesterday for a load of fence posts. There waa not a post in town and none were to be secured by rail on account of the rains in the mountains. We heard this was a dry country but we are' get- ting ready to take up wet-farming. Mr. Patterson, who has large land holdings northeast of town, Is up from on a tour of inspection. He says he takes more pleasure in fight- ing Alberta mosquitoes than any other big game he knows. M. L. Miller. Sam Feeder and Bob Gibson report a thriving business about the Maybutt post office, and ii there Is a busier or happier man aboul the premises than Loder, our genial station agent, we do not know of him guard who used to stand at the door of the courtroom has been dispensed with. He is not needed any more. Prom now on, Aid. Davidson an- nounces, the police force will be al- lowed to diminish gradually till it takes proportiorisjlii) keeping with the need. i' i It is- a significant; fact 'hat' crimes resulting from drunkenness have di- minished half as many vagrants we'pe convicted month as last. r this Avoid dangerous prepara- tions containing caustics, 'acids, ammon-ia, etc., using Old Dutch tinned: "How would all men here his voice broke would you feel it an Englishman had lauded it] England and had been taken to Ireland, if that man had been placed before a jury in a community inflam- ed against him, believing him to be a criminal." Then the prisoner shook hands with a friend who was sitting below the dock while the usher placed the black- cloths over the heads of the judges. The voice of the chief justice was firm, but his face was pale, as he spoke the few words in pronouncing the sentence. He began: "Roger David Casement, you have been found guilty by a jury of your pears, of high treason, the highest crime known to the and concluded by sen- tencing him to "be hanged by the neck until you are dead." NEW SIGHTSEEING TRAIN ON THE C. P. R Winnipeg, June innovation in the way of sight-seeing- trains will be put into operation by the C. P. R, during .Inly and August. It will be a daily running of an inter-resort train between Banff, Lake Louise and Field. The train will be drawn by an oil burning engine and will contain, be- sides the necessary coaches, an open type of observation car, with capacity I. IU make the Children Strong? Give them CLARK'S i Concentrated SOUPS 10 CIS. PER CAN W. CLARK, LIMITED MANUFACTURERS MONTREAL, for 64 The round trip will be made daily. Fernlc, June 29. Eighteen men from "A" Company, 226tll Battalion, entrained here today for Vernou un- der command of Sergeant (Major Mar- sham. The Elk River is again high and in- dications are that it will go still high- The first train of coal and coke is going out over the Great Northern to- day from here, but the line to Michel will be closed for several days yet. AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, On Monday, JULY 3fd AT 2 P. M. _ At 1506 3rd Ave. North, Cor. 15th Street jf. W. L. WILSON LOWING -WITHOUT RESERVE: 2 Single beds, springs and mattresses, Z drawers and 2 toilet tables, 1 folding- parlor table, 1 million oAsf book rugs, stair arm chaliviw- bolstered in verandah chair, 1 oak rocker, oil cloth, book shelves, kitchen table, kitchen chairs, 1 drop head sewmg: 1 4-hole cook stove, 3 heating stoves, 1 FIreco stove with base tachment, screen doors, dishes, kitchen utensils, 1 set Dloksni works, 15 1 dobule bed, etc. TERMS CASH. NO RESERVE. Inspected lee KEEP YOUR FOOD SWEET AND PURE WITH ICE INSPECTED WHEN HARVESTED Our monthly ntet are reasonable that no house- keeper afford to do without our ice. Delivered dally (except to all parts of the city. Western Transfer Co., Ltd. UlVKMEACHANCElO CURE YOUR RHEUMATISM FREE Mr Delano took his own nioiHcine. It cured his rheumatism after lie had suffered tortures for thirty-six years, j He spent thousands o! dollars beiuru he discovered the'remedy that cured him, but I will give you Ihe benefit of his experience for nothing. If you suffer from rheumatism let me send you a package of Hiis rem- edy absolutely free. Don't Semi any money. I want tu give it jo you. I want you to see tor yourself what It will do. The picture'Shows how hren- matlsm twists and distorts Ahe bones. Mnvhe you are suffering the same way! Don't; You Uon't iiecil lo. i have the iimwU thit 1 belVfeif will cure ;ou and itT >onra fo- tho asking. Write niB todav. Delano Bids; Swnfnse N V. and iv ill send a tree nacknge tho ill diy I Bit lettei. EVENING AUCTION SALE ON TUESDAY, NEXT, JULY 4 COMMENCING AT 6.30 P. M. On the Premises I2fi4 4th Avenue South FRANK WADDlNGTOIj IS FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. H. B. McELYEA WHO IS LEAVING THE CITY, TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTIONI AN ASSEMBLAGE OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And Effects, Dining suite In solid osk, comprUIni buffet, extension table and of solid oak, bow- fronted China obmet, two itellonal book-caret, grata tity ehslrt, grass Uble. occasional tablit, solid brass bed, complete with spiral springs and felt mattress, solid oak dresser, .very fine Wilton ruft, carpet squares, Hootier kitchen ctblntt, spHndld refrlgtfiter, corner cupboard, stai' carpeting, couch and numerous other THE CITY CARTAOE CO. BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT Witt HANDLE THE REMOVAL OF THE GOODS. PHONfc TERMS CASH. NO RESERVt, ;