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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATCRDAY, APRIL 27, ims THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THIRTEEI*! j. :iN(i POWDER CONTAINS NO AUUM Users of this'well known article have the assurance that food Is made more wholesome and nutritious by| its use. "Magic" is a pure phosphate baking powder, and it is a well known fact that phosphate is a necessary constituent in food,, while alum is a dangerous mineral acid. vi," Magic '* Baking Powder contains no egg albumen or other added ingredient for the purpose of making unfair and deceptive tests which have no value as a constituent of baking powder.^ j ^ For economy buyjhe full weight. 1-lbTsizc; e.w.GiLLrrT company limited WINNIPEG TORONTCONT. MONTREAl. GREATER RESTR USE. STORAGE OF FLOO London, April 27-In wging the firltiSh nation to increase output of airplaneg, the Daily Mail, in an editorial (IwellB on the importance for Germany of Russia's defection of supremacy in the air. Russian airplanes, it says, had a great reputation in Germany, and some of them had. been used as models by German manufacturers. "The collapse of Russia," it adds, "enables Germany to exploit and turn to its own use all factories and airdromes in Russia and as many more as Russian labor, now looking around hungrily for' a job, can be induced to construct. Factories for the manufacture of certain types of piachines are starting up from Petrograd to Moscow not to mention those already in existence which are, or soon will be German." The Daily Mail specifies eight existing establishments, including tlie Kor pusno( airdrome in Petrograd, tlic lar gest in Europe. ORJTALLIS Ottawa, April 26,-Hon. T. W. Cro-thers, minister of labor, announced this morning that arrangements had been made whereby Dr. Robert .1. McFall, of the department of trade and commerce, would Immediately take up the duties of commissioner investigating the high cost of Jiving, suw-'eeding W. P. O'Connor, K.C., re signed.  Sherwin-Williams Paints &-varnishes^ �* COMMONWEALTH** BARN RED The Paint for Barns, Roofs, Fences, Ete. i-W Commonmtalth Barn titi is a bright, rich Red, that worlcs easily, covers well and dries.with a fine, smooth, durable finish, fut up in convenient sized cant, ,all fuU Imperial Measure. Why not try it this year to protect your barn against the weather? You have a heavy investment in farm machinery, implements, wagons, etc. Increase their life and usefulness by protecting them against rust and decay, by mirig Shtrmin-WiHiams Wagtn and tm^lamMt Paint, The longer they last the less they cost It is economy to use S-HF Buggy Paint on your buggies and carriages, and S-MT Auto �namal on your car. They give entire satisfaction and are easy to apply. Color schemes and suggestions for any part of your building furnished by expert decorators, free upon application and without any obligation. W* curry a emmphte line ofSherwin-WiltiamaPaintaandVarniahaM, Aak ua for Color Carda, pr%et or any othar information you may roquire, u The Hiek^Sehl Hardware Co., ' LETHBRIDCE. Ottawa, April 27,-In order to prevent hoarding or further to reduce wlicat consumption in tlil.t country, ho that (Canada may send more to tlio allies where tiio cereal .MhortfiRO is increasingly grave. Iho Canadii l''ood Board .today ,annonnc(Ml adriilionul restrictions on holfling;-, and use of whOiU and flour. _ Thi: order provides that no person, with the oxitoption of manufacturers of Hour, bakers, confectioners, wholesale or retail riealers or ]irrsons living at a greater distance than two miles from a licensed dealer, sliall hold, or have in his possession, or under iiis control more flour, made wholly or in part from wheat than is sufficient for his ordinary j'e'nnire-meuts for a period not exceeding fit- t&en day.s. Any wholesale or riitail dealer licensed by the CuulkIu i-'odiI Hoard may not hold flour mtidc wluilly or In pari from wheat, in e.xcivss of a tiuiintlty sutlicient for his oi-dinury Irade requirements for a pi'iiod not exceeding sixty days. On and after .May 1. it wjll he illegal to feed or permit rcril l:7. -Sircel Commi� to oncouraRP raisins hv increasing the i sioner Wil.'.oii rermil.'f llial during the ..... , , . , week-ended .''ipril lii;. a lolal of 48,010 roc,u.s,t,on,nK pnr,.H and ni payuu; ad- ,.,,,|,,,.r, ,,,,,, ,,.,,,gnt dillonal bounties on animals fatted for dnalcrs to the imini'iaior and destroy-jn.-irkel., ed as tliey had licciuno nnfll for food, SAVE THE BABIES! SAVE THE BABIES! Paris. April 27.--Tlie introdnction nf a system of three nieatU'i^s days a week is announced in iin ofllcia.l note, j It is explained thai the smdually ly dwindling resoi-ves of iro/.m meal, the neaesslty of fciMliin; |iaii of the Amoricnn army and occ.isionally of supplying tho wants of ollnr allU'.s. 'arce the government to draw more and more on the French catllo sloi:ks [fnscrupulous intermediaries oper- | atlng In local markets, it says, have taken advantage of llie.se circiimslan-cos to run up prices v/illi the it-huII that Hie ral.ier.'? keep batlr tlin lu-si animals from the requisitioning officer. This practice has a, double effect in that it makes it ditficull to feed the army and sends up out of all bounds the price of meat for civilians. � Theso speculators, some of whom realize a profit of nine hundred francs SPECIAL Opportunity of getting lacquainteJ witK SEAL BRAND COFFEE is offered you in our Lookiet, "Perfect Cojfee - Perfectly Made". Tour request will tring it by return mail. 190 CHASE & SANBORN MONTREAL Excelsior Twin Motor Cycles Henderson Four New and Second Hand Machines For Sale Large Stock ot Parts on Hand Always Sidecars M. PRIEST 322 6th Street South Accessories Help The Freight Situation There is a tremendous movement of freight on the rail' roads. War supplies are being transported in such "^ast qua,ntities that cor^estion is botind to develop at terminal points. Therefore, the Government has earnestly requested the public to postpone all "unnecessary traveling." It has said in very plain terms-^"I*l(5ase keep off the railroads." ' ' By all means observe this request. Buy a reliable motor car-just such a car as the Paige, for in' stance-and use it^ not only for side trips, but those longer journeys as well. Encourage the Touring Movement. It will help Uncle Sam and afford healthful relaxation for you and every member of your family. PAIGE-DETROIT MOTOR CAR COMPANY. DETROIT. MICHIGAN The H;'! Hehdersbn GarA^ I ,Cori�f Slxtli Street fnd ^Ixth AvJnue Sputh � Phone SM ' Proivlriciii Distributor*^ for PafgeT'Detroit Motor Co., Detroit. Mich. 01395286 ;