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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE Tim LFTiinniDf.r: nMiv ircnALn mo RUMOR WAS Onp of tlio wllilr'f  ^ro ' JNoniiii:, i'n\i-'in�; ��' iri-.i- :i � it V i\� pn -s".! fi ,iiT' * til \t tho r.' ii � -li " 1" i. til''  Viir;i,(' �, . 1' n If !i;in>a'i �av ni�iil(ro^ I'f .'.^'iriiori" 'In* mi^m .ir Vf bi'l . which nl h:-i.|r- ' ii>� NI�E.>:.-� Uiv ��r .r ''ti'^ ' .'^ ! � n* po c.t hrrii''>(>n II'l 1 111! V M" cMi thp . niji.lti - >r�- ^A^i t ' .I'.f..  r,' of the Ml h A - .'f  il ,�  I  wil  �� 1 ' � IJl! i ' TMr C^MADIAM SALT CP. UMlTfO DIED AT WAtMINOTON . otni-.'nv '  � \:  .1- -a: 1 - i> .g, A A .s .% .V > > ? : ? -I .>f>:. > J" OLD TlMtR OCAD A  1 � ? r.EED-NC, IN SA8K, I I f II.Il^ . tll- I.I, I I ^avesYou^ one. Groceries at Greatly____ Reduced Prices Open Tomorrow May 1st, at Kerr's These days when the cost cf living concerns us all, any method of lowering it should meet with the full approval of the public. To lower this cost as much as possible in Lethbridge we have opened TODAY in our FAMILY GROCERY a section to be operated on the Self-Serving Cash and Cairy Plan The most economical way to distribute ({oods to the consumer known at the present time. We Invite \ou to this section of our store with th^ assurance that you will Save from lO to 15% on Your Purchases Walk around the store, inspect the goods yourself, see how low the prices are, learn how easy and quickly you can serve yourself. All goods marked in plain figures. you WILL SAY IT IS EXCELLENT. OUR GROCERIES ARE GUARANTEED. You Can Save Grocery Money This Month TIm Stwt Yta Have Been Looking For. Waleb Ov A^vtrtiMMMrt Will Pr^t* Neit TueUay. MOUNTED POLICE Ml".. li , 1 ,-1 ! -1... � 111 .. r,. , I Mr � v Ttri-.-iv ''II I f^ADE IN CANADA MMi or rra vW' Far VMtilRC ^F*r afMiMnc wid di Mr rwiMvlM ntlnary >>rtnKi mm ftvm mn* aMk* Wrwtl �U��TITVTI> E.w.GILLCn COMPANY LIMITED TORONTO. CVT ^,,,,.^ Su0t. Pennyfather hat rectlvtd  *�ir� from th� commiasiener of the R.N.W.M.P. at Raglnii to "c�M� recruiting pending further Inctructione." It ie intimated that the unit ha* been completely filled. In thit eaee the n.N.W.M�P. Have made a record for recruiting In the four'.h year of the war that will atand compariion with anything i ntliat line yet done In the WMt. The force had lees than 00 medically fit men ten daye go. Now the force it up to atrength at an overaeas unit, all the new recrulta being volunteers. Lethbridge hae eupplied nearly 100, a record Supt. Pennyfkther le more than proud of. rrty ov�>rlookii Ihn (net that the prtmn tnlnlKter xali) ther� wn� nn Ititpntinn of nmonfllne the t.oi-I'a Dny Act. 'riir food Kitiiar'oii Is Kta\f. ^'r llmlic'itcr MiUl. but liii (IdcB not llilnk Si;nclny InlMir It tJic imly liopn of rpllcf iiin) qiiotod crop T^uimafi'H uliowiiit? rit-p�>(tiit!on of Kfontpr Kniln cropH than i>ver. Ill- �uyt( tliiit (ircat Drltaln liis-invrrril tlint Siinan tliolr iiiido'tii; for tlayn. . 1' M\ ;.T^Hy UNSOLVED \ P ,i .1' '1 ' . � � � � I-'- . ( ,iti. �� *'.-'): ) r . - ' "in .. ~''uil: t�f .1* 1^  � . . i'' :   i 'r.iu .�111, ' '. !m \ ha ^ III � 1 .'\ . .1  �! ' Iw  I ,. . . ),oi,. .I'fr 1.1 - . . �  I . . t r .1 � I'.i" �'r..on w n--I - it .. ii i |.  n ' 'I' r Ji�' ti'i: I i: EXP W DEItS OF HOW W NEW OPPOSES SUNDAY Toronto. .\iim HQ npv nochnslor. SPi rrtary of the Uoril'i" I>ay AlliaTic�, I In a leit>>r t.i the pri-ss today roplios to T K Itohorty. ("anaili.iu rommis-�loner of tin- Infernalioiial AKririll-ttirul Instituf' who rori'titly aftvocat-ed Siinday l.iiinr in fn'Id ;:nd ^-anli-n Mr RoclitKicr (laim.i that .Mr. I>o!i It luirt ho�n dccldi-d to aholiRli tho Kdtiiontoii ofticd of till' l)om4nUm Parks ("oniinissloniT and In f\iturp the bunlni'HH t)f llio parks will bo admlii Irtrrcd by th(> local miprrlntPiidenffl SI J^iKprr, Wainwrlght (ind llanff. Vnnronvj-r, April 30,- This raomtni{ Uki ''aw�. .\pril roM.iI.ir C.iipral M-wbiim 111 t!n> lioiist- Ml ;ulopii'i\ inili>r lu- (irdpfs In rounril rt'r .^ii'Iy passed ami-nilinn llip Military Sorvii p Act l>wtrnt registrars, hi' '.liil. had been no.'ifU'.l to call up m> n unniarriipd. bo tw. m 2i> and 22 years, ini lusivo The fn"?nic'ion� w�tp that nuMi from iir-lian (entrea should bo i allfl first �o rtiat the men on the farfii.K niiirht have an opportunity to oonclii'l" tlicir seeiT iiijf operations. I'p to .Vpril L'it. the number of men who had reported for serv'.re under the Military Service Alt. was 39,208. From tli.^si" must be deducted 2.t)6R who had (tone to the ! Royal Flyln* Corpe. Th* r.- wt re T.OSfi i men In i lass one who Imd failed to re-; port and who ware not apiir�-h�i\ded j rhey were deserters ami every means i was h�lnK taken to apprehend them fnlcr the reretit order in council, j only one ground of eioraption was le oKniied That wa� the case of tt; man who had relatives deceased or \ disabled at the front. In the case of an only remaining aon with brothers at the front he could be Riven leave of ttlis-nce Men In mediial cat^'gories lower than "A" were not being called upon for the preaent. In the cancellation of exemptions it was hoped to secure ^'iMO men on a lonservative estimate. fieneral Mewbum^aid a tribute to the Tounc men In .MKJIll Laval and , St .Mary g CoileKw, (juebi^c, who, be i said, Were onli.4tlnir hi much larger; numbers than In th# past. The rju y-tas from .McOIll and Laval unlverst tie* for the tank battalion, ha said, were complete ,\ splendid spirit was tielnit displayed by the young men of these colleges and the minister Intimated that men tliroiighout the province of Quebec were riming forward in incr�)a.-ing numbers to join the colors Sir Wilfrid l.aiirier siiggester to lioneral Mewbiirn that a list of the comma'i'llng or'icers In each district and also- the agrlcultnral representa-livea should be printed and furnished io the members so that they would b� In a position to si'pply them on ap plication. Cieneril Mewburn explained that all men called were rc'Hiired to report. It was regrettable that gome of these UH'n should have lo journey long di.s tances'oiily to b" pliced in a medical category lower tJi.ui "A," but the department reiiuired f'lem to rtport as au evidence of moA faith. Hon. l{oonnection with papers that were renl by membera of I he Synod. ' Ile.v I)r.,N' 'inionto. Moderator of the cenenil a--' iniily. In expert ed to address fho H.Miod on hia experiences in Tram i 'ntove the aes Hiong are over. Food Will Win the War Serve your country and yourself by raising FOOD on the fcrtiU plains of Western C anada. Th� C>inadian Pacific Railway make* it easy for yuu to begin. Uinds f!l tofSOan acre; irrigated land up to ISO: 20 years to pay. Loan to a�i St settle rs on i rri ga tad land*. Get full particulars and fre* IlkM* trated littrature from �um caiiemw, QhI W. umi >Cfi tat St. Can, CAI^^^NV 9 Big Wednesday Morning BARGAINS A WHOLE DAY'S BUSINESS TO BE DONE BEFORE NOON. THESE SPECIAL PRICINGS SHOULD BRING THE CROWDS OUT EARLY. _I__ NO PHONE ORDERS ACCEPTED FOR SALE GOODS. BARGAIN No. L 36 inch white Madapolam, soft nainsook finish. Very suitable for underwear garments. Cheap at 25c. Wednesday morning .  18c BARGAIN No. II. 34 inch Striped Flannelette, 5 pieces only to sel|. Regular 25c. Wednesday morning, yard. . |9c BARGAIN No. m. 5 pieces only, 32 inch Striped Crepe. Heavy, but soft quality in assorted stripes, a cloth that will make up well into House Dresses, Girls' School Dresses, and Rompers. Better than any yet shown at 40c. Very Special for Wednesday morning, per yard.....................................25c BARGAIN No. IV. 20 pieces Embroidery Edgings and Insertions. Values up to 15c. Wednesday morning.......8c BARGAIN No. V. White Val Laces, ^^^-inch lo I inches wide. Put up in 1 dozen yard packages. Wednesday monung, per dozen ywd* .............. 25c BARGAIN No. VI. Men's Blue Stripe Stifel Drill Bib Overalls. Worth $2.50. Wednesday morning, per pair. . \ ,90 BARGAIN No. VIL 200 yards fine Fl.OHAI. VOn,K9 40 Inches wide and fast coloM in a fine assortment of Bhudes. itegular "m: and SOc per yard. Wednesday morning, yd. . . 49c BARGAIN No. VIIL Women's Kitchen Dresses Good washlnR color. Made from glnKhaniK and percales. All now good atylos. Sizes :tli up to size 50. Wednesday naming.....1.29 BARGAIN No. IX. Girls' Rain Proof C�pet with hood. Oood weight In fawn ahada. For BEcs 6 to 12 years. Wednesday morning, each 3.49 These are bargains worth while coming out early for As every iteiii is of standard quality taken from our regular stock and marked down to half their present value. This Store Will Be Closed Wednesday at 1.00 o'clock. The Simpson Co. Limited 71 684?3298 12663012 ;