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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta HUDAY, MAY .'10, rnt: iM OATLY PACK KLRVEN I'AIHS. Mtiy 30V-UUYas.> The I'arie ni'wsimpijrs saiWallj- atirec iliai iJiu ttiiJ. a5 out In I t-d havu thifiwvrcil in advance (bo otuitiond put" Tortli in the Ucruutft Counter-pro- nuJ thai ilicr "ill "ol ihtrj The jmyare any lhai nre 911 to 4-KBp? tha ir.urul'aml male-rial am- of Ihc war and ifLu- ilin IDI- (icrnniuy Is trying to Ciiujn ural iiytotlAlions. Tho inn nil e ilt ItuiL Ocriiiuiiy ran uol reject rcspunnl- Mliiy Tor Ilic lias ot ilic (icTiiuui Ini- II thai ihe the funr.er jjuv- In order to gain absolution. it id-If. lha( In ill-] not MOJI tUc ailYaiirc iif Us uriny bR-ause (Lie Kiviirli hiJ revolted aealnnl the Imperial Germany May NoV Sign Muy belief lhal is I founded ou ihe itiubility of ihc iUixs to j-ealljt iho actual The VRttSAlLLKS. May 30.-The lital or llu- nmea ilollvcreil today con- ccriis CVrnian jirojieiiy in ullie-'l Ir'.cr The Ecconi haj lo ilo Hit Turkish public debt. Urge Modification of Terml Miiy Inter siguecl by ;Karl l.ftrcljuni. Uaroii HucktiiiisK-r. Huron South v.'iirV, Karl Ili-hui-hrLiJiy, hafon I'annoor and a nuoiltcr of ether jiuLIMsts has seni lo 1're- Uoyd George antl I'rcaideni Wil- sign ilic of li CLOTHES. I Ccrjnana handed oier French and iKngllfth Irannlptlons of ihe Ursl lec- 11Ion of The counter tvliicb ytBlerdjy IQ (Jerman only. I o[ SKIFF, Jlay Skiff f.'onjoli-; iieil Sfhool is iiroprepiinK very ilckly. Thprc are neven or eicht iien on ihe Job anti they are certrtinly uakinc a good If all goea well SkSfl will" try hold a sum- mer school before tha fall term com- mences. The dry iveattier and -.varm or the past few days are making Ibe armers a Irifte worried, liul on )lc rliere is a treat amount optimism amonsEt all. There aro only ono or two outfits that, have had lo atop breaking and lliey ivere nwojigsl rock but close lo towii broabiog Is still continuing. Mr. and 3Ire, Orear motored lo j ridge I Ills week. Mr. Murcheton from I.utlibriJge was i business vlailor to Skin'. .Mr. Furman reports I lie water in he late pn his ranch lower than it. IMS been (or a number of years. Hock Luke is also Kctlfng very low and as people of SXiff and vii-inlly get there water from ItocX Lake 11 is so- ns to be quite serious IT we don't ;et aomc rflla. The sheep men are all bunting ivat- cr so Ihoy can move camp iirepara- lory to sb Raring. -Mr. T. 3lcNoil ant) Mr. Quin were vlaiiors from Uethbridge yesterday. ol Milk was 'In town. He was looking nver Ilic COUD- try. PURITY QUALITY ECONOMY With the increased cost of labor and materials due to war conditions, it is not reasonable to suppose that a really first class baking powder can be made and sold at the old prices. Rather than sacrifice the quality of MAGIC BAKING POWDER we found it necessary to make slight increases In price during the war period. Even though Magic Baking Powder may cost a few cents more than the ordinary ,kinds it is still by far the most economical baking powder on the market to-day when purity, strength and leaven- ing qualities are taken into consideration. Contains No Alum Made in Canada MONTREAL., May a Irlb- ule to Ihe eighty-one C'.P.U. apprent- ces who enllsled [or orerseas during he Ivar, an Honor FloJJ ivas Jinrclled at Ihe Anguit Shops In presence or Mr. Hump, works man- r, Mr. assistant u-orks msn- r. and -j. representative gathering of foremen and apprentices. Mr. C. Cylc. supervlr-or of apurcnticca occu- pied Ihe chair. .Mr. Burns paid a fitting ribulfe to the burs ivho had paid the supreme sacrifice, and askedv the ap- prentices to he M-orlhy of lfie sacrl- tice niailc hy tlicir conlra'Ies while lo nuke tliia a. lietur world 'or other people to live- in. He com- mended ihc progress being made In school ftntl shop, and ieterrcrl espec- ially to the goort u-ork ilonc at the erening classes, and to-tile prize giv- en by.the Slontreal Council of Arts ONTARIO MINERALS SHOW FALLINGOFF TORONTO, May The value of the mineral output o! the province ol Ontario for the first quarter of year in ilic corr'Espondlng "'''period 6[ last This is, regarded rcy j bureau or. rolriVs fls a reflewfiMi bMhe after ef- feclf of the IN KURDESTAN May A. ..serious up- rising ia reponeU'ii] southern Kurile- stan] where the gendarmeries have been', defeated. It IB reported Urltish troo'p's there arc In S serious position, Ther.BrHlsh army in -Mesopotamia is i-aiciaf 3len3- lo overthrou" the iriuea melt? Couli Hardly Walk on: Aeeaunt o EIjMcen i by TinUc C. P, R. HONOR ROLL and Mannrai.iiirf.r3. The C. I'. K. ilSL'if jives iivc jrholarjllips for in malhemilirs anj draw- ing, ivMIe anprenticfs set Uvo houri Inslriitljon eatli wetfe. PTE. HEASON ACQUITTED Maj AI the Kiri- mel courL-manlnl. Pte. lleason. who obJRCled lo trial by the courl 515 con- sdtutcU, acquiitcj. The anil his witness eslablislied an alihi. ?hov.'ine he was nut present ai tha tlistuibancc in i( was alleged he hail taken nan. That ho was not nrrestcJ until considerably later than the time mentioned slated hy ivltneEses for the prosecution, K. S. Maclacblan is in Souml feekiiio inforrjialion aboul the ol a technical education tlc- varlnieni. v SHOCKED SOLDIER COMES v v TO FLOATING BODY OF DEAD MULE P. McLean Jncksun, laie of the 10th T.M.K.. reach- ed Hnnlarlllc today, bavinj; crossed iti a hospital ship. Jle liail ninetCDfi ujontns hi a UrilUb hospital, the result of shell shock :it Paaschendaelo. In the final charge, which rendered him unJJL for fnrlLier service, be blown up by a huge shell, anJ. when regaining lonnd fiim-, self afloat on tbe dead body of a in a shell boli. He owes his life lo the fortunate landing he 'made and' buoyancy of the dead mule's botly. Ho is a son-in-law of Ilobert MrXairney. and enlisted aa a subaltern with tUu 122UU' BaUalion. have willingly given five hundred dollars, it ncecasnry, tor tho' wonilSrtuI good Tanbc lins ilono s a la Mr. Oralz, n well knwvn baKcr, nho lives nl 10D MonlBomcry St., Bpokaite, a lew Onva ogo. "Tor inorc Ihnn twelve ho continued. 1 suffered all Ihc tortures of anil all Ihe misery. Ihtijl'fioca with bad-case "of atoniach trOdhlo.- My. feet nnJ anVlba wcrc.'sn b'ABly swollen nnd Hie'palrvsa severe 'llml'I .coulJ. my arms ii-Vre so stiff and rlrtwn IhaL I would have lo set somebody to put on my coal, t also vvUh the worst sort of pains in Ltnck anil hips, nnd 1 hardly ever Eol any sound sleep. had ti Ijacl case of stomach Irouhle also, and nil my sotireil and iiindc mo tor hours af- ter I lias-e 6ftcu goiic for (orty.elght hours without Mllng n nfraltl to'try It. years BBO I lip my nnd htislncps In I'endlcion, Oregon, ami went lo Cnllfornla seek. Ing honltli, and i Inter innilo iwo Irlpn (o Calalina Islands, n widely VnoWn hcnllh resort, tniplng thai I get relief troni my suf (here. I honcslly bellcre I hnvo taken n ivfigoii load or nlltcrcul kiridn of meillclne. Iml nollilnit over rcschcd my trouhlc tinlll 1 (ooh Tnii- lac. Actually three bollles of UfTs niodlcinc has tlonc whnl all tlic-ic tiling' fnlleil (o rto. I havo no I rheumatism n sljn ot my nppelUc i.s nn Hood ns II ever was. llnd DolhlnK I cat hurts mo. Why, 1 rfln enl cabbngc now, without any bad nlier ottccit. Every iilRtit when I so to bod I kutyv llmt.l am Bolru; lo e n (pioa iilclit'' I JIBVC gainer) clelilcen nm BS well nnil honrly na 1 ever was In my Ufo, ftnd nm worklrig If" to lu-elro Iw xivcry, (Iny.'.bTnnlnc. jilcsslus siiffcrinfNlmmftn 'hnd T nfii ,r9nra tlinn.ifiijao; iri'nnil 1! (6 TauIDC la sold In Lelhhrldca Jo'hn Illglnliolliani Rod- cliff Ijy C. T. Jloll, nml .In Coallnir.sl hy' Wtiijjiiif jlorc. KERR'S LIST OF Pure Food Groceries to the Quality and priced to suit the particular and economical keepev. You are always sure of the Finest Goods. Cubliasc, new haby; per pound Beets, new; per pounfl Fresh Tomatoes; per pcmtiil Hot House pauncl 5Cc Cucumbers; each i 30c aiid -Pork and'Beans, Libby's, large slie tin----. ,S5c Pure Maple Syrup, ueiy season, per-cake----lOc i.clluce per pound 1 Slrswbrrries lo arrive (or SaluVilay. Polaloes; a very good seed variety; cwt.-. nhuoarb. lo arrive for Saturday. Urcen Onions, 3 hunches Cor 10: Mennen's Talcum.Powder, re- gular 35c; on sale this week.20c Owing to strike conditions it is difficult to obtain Fresh Fruits, etc., so would .advise placing ord- ers early. Tollcl Soap, "Wild special this 11 cakes for l.ye. Cmiiiufl brand. 100 per ccnl 2 tins for- Crcom of per jiacknee ............'25C Con; DoiuJJilon, 2 packages for .....25c Jlaple Berry's nciv season's; .Pint bollles, eacli ,'i cjich.....................B5c Vv. Qua'rt Tins, each Vj Btlllon Una, each Hclianca Small lin. each........................ZOc .Mcuiuru tin, cncli ........-----..........34c iLnrce lin, cacli ........................80c Powder, Golden Wcsl; packago___28c Soap; IloyBl Crc-.vn; i cakes lo Prfcc each.............................27c Uustbanc; per Lin...........................35c TcKcr'-' Saltlne Biscnlls; per picVaBe 1'ellUohns Ilrcalfast Vooil; per HoniAn Meal, a nourishing breakfast food lor coiuttpallon ami Indigestion; lltrd's CusinrJ Povvdfr; 2 packages Clrcrrlo.', Hack. Cold per lin ..........32c I'eaches, Gold Bur, yellow sliced; per lin----Z8c Applet, gallon size, cxr-ClIent [or p'cs and salads; ?cr lin ..5Tc SsnitluMi, per tin ...........................30c liorax, JJuli Dog CQch..l4t Ammonia Powder; Sun brand; per nackagc..ilc pure grape jam made from HID cholcc-al gropca and pure t Small lin ...............................2-tc Herlluni tin.............................60c Large (In..............................67t Waslibaards, Eddy's (Jnetu BeaTcr; eich ----5B-- Washloards; Enamel King; each Fly SvraUera; encli xnTsbn's Kly Pode; each Cocoa, Todhmilcr's pure in glass; plnl .....4o- Qiiarls ...............................56c Sodas, Norihn'est Family; IJnkirg Powder; Forest Clly; ounce On sale this K'innan HadiHc, Tlllslle Drand; per tic ......33c Sivecl Potaloes; I-lbby's solid No. I Ins, each Seville .41c Olives: Lunclr Queen; ,50t I'icklcs; Sweet (Jerkins ............50c Money; Buckwheat CohlD.'each Te.-rills Sweet r'.'f eich Tornatoea; large each I'est; slindirtTl size; -J t'lns .AfapJc itullcr; per tin ......................334 Blsculrs In paekases. Graham Wa'crs. fig New; ions, Ginger Snaps and ,Vanilla Per ,-16c SPECIAL THIS WEEK 20 cAkes Palm OUvc Soap nml 1 cake Lavender [Jath Siinlriier Monscrrsl, Lime Juice; per boltlc -GOo Grape Juice, per bolllc.. A .24c, 45c and N'allvo alzc; per bollle. ,-35c lidjipliGrry Sparkling .VlnjBpr; liotllc .Steak per Lnllle ......29c Marn'iAIade, Wagalaffe's, Plncnppln and 1'cr jar- Topper Sauce; per boUle...................35c Money, B-tlrtictcd; No. (In; each-.51.05 tin, cacti Mop llnndlcs; oacti .Mops' Self Wringers; each McLaren's Imperial Chotac; per jar ........35e Ingcrsoll Cream Chteae; per package .......15c Llmbcrgci1'cliDCsc, per FAMILY GROCERS AiND PROVISION MERCHANTS Thohei 1453 and 1365 313 St South ;