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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1918 THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE L L h � - ^ f j - +-4 * l- That is Only Ch They Have Says Capt. Porter, Who Has Returned Capt. Goo- P. Porter, quartecmaHter of (ho 113th Lethbrldge Highlanders, returned to the city Inst night al'ter having been overseas uince th� hihu-mur of 1IU.G. Capt. Porter arrived juh(. a wouk ago on a tsUip hriuging over iiOOO men homo, and was in charge of a train of western veterans as far aB Ilegina. Speaking of the present offensive on the west front Capt. Porter .stated bis beliof that the Germans oould not break through definitely. The British and French have au overwhelming amount of artillery, and though the >weight of German division** coming up hi massed formation may compel the allies to glvo ground for a time, the final result cannot be doubted, and the cost of the German offoiiHive/will more than offset the first advantage they may gain. , , Regarding the return home of bo many Canadians, Capt. Porter states that it is easlor to transport them to Canada than it is to transport food to England to feed them. That la the greatest difficulty in the Old Country now-feeding the people. Concerning air fighting on the western front papt. Porter declares the allies j^iave tho mastery and the German offensive will be greatly hampered on that account. However, he has every expectation that the Huns will continue hammering the west lines all summer us that is their only possible chance. Capt. Porter joined his family hero and will later report at hoadquarters at Calgary. EVERY ONE OF US We Are At Full of Deadly Poisons Aa A Germ Laboratory. AUTO-INTOXICATION SELF-POISONING The members of the Surry, B.C., municipal councU have giveu themselves an increase of salary on a $100 basis, ihe reeve to receive $600 and tho councillors $300 each per annum. "FRUIT-A-TIVES" Absolutely Prevents This Dangerous Condition. The chief cause of poor health is our neglect of the bowels, Wasto matter, instead of passing from the lower intestine regularly every clay, is allowed to remain there, generating poisons which are absorbed by tho blood. In other words, a. person who Is habitually constipated, is poisoning himself. We know now that Autointoxication , due to non-aotion of the bowels, is directly responsible for serious Kidney and BladderTroubles; that it upsets the Stomach, fcauses Indigestion, Loss of Appetite and Sleeplessness; that chronic Rheumatism, Gout, Pain In The Back, are relieved as soon as the bowels become regular; and that Pimples, Rashes, Eczema and other Skin Affections disappear when "Fruit-a-tires" are taken to correct Constipation. "Fruit-a-lives" will protect you against Auto - intoxication because this wonderful fruit medicine acts directly on all the eliminating organs. 50c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size 25c. At all dealers or sent on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tivesLimited^ttawa. to the States, they would face a Heavy fine for non-payment. AV. U. Irwin, clerk of the district court, through whom all applications for naturalization arc made, is still receiving (he applications. They will go before Hia Honor Judge Jackson in District Court, and it approved by him will be sent forward to the secretary or state at Ottawa for final adjudication. U therefore remains for the secretary of. state to decide whether Canada is committing an unfriendly act toward:-? tho United States in ua-Umilizlng Americans resident in Canada during the. war. It is understood Ottawa has'taken the matter up with Washington to arrive at Home final solution of tho difficulty. Meanwhile quite a large number of Americans are filing their applications here. TO JOIN TEUTONS .Tasay, Rumania, Mar. 22. - The newspapers announce that tho Rumanian parliament Jh to be dissolved and that new elections have been ordered. Want* Alliance With Huns Amsterdam, Mar. -Vienna newspapers state that the new Rumanian premier, Alexander M;irghiIoman, is 1 striving for an alliance botwoorx Rumania antl tho central powers. This idea is being discussed sympathetically in the Vienna pras.i, it adds, in that city, j Extend Armistice Berlin, M�r. 23.-Today's official communication stated that because of the delay in the formation of a new Rumanian cabinet the armistice had been extended by thrfe days. A Berlin dispatch said on Wednesday that the armistice whh Rumania had been extended until Mnrdi 2^ ut midnight. The foregoing message indicates that the newly extent) m\ armistice, therefore, will expire at midnight of March 2f>, ON GERM A cans wore not wanted by the United States author/ties and a statement Dial ibi* six Mexicans were put ash ore is bc'Hpi'ed to moan that tho women rirc. either Germans or Americans. Women A Parific Port, Mnr�-h 'J.?,,-prisoners of war arr, tV. H'^m, |j(,nlnr lV)rm of raider Alexander Aw-);�; Ui�t now is being towed t-> thiM n��rf u\ an Amor- iran cruiser and \vjh b V-1H arnveil nm Tuosdny, navy n\\"u>^v^ aUnoum--ed today. The rnhk-r r:ir!int thirU'fn persons, Including fir - fi^minn-i, two Thern are more than a. score of women employees ' varnishing and painting in tho .Montreal shops of thfl Grand Trunk railway at Point St Charles. Tln*y are very adept in, thin work1 such as painting, gilding, ole. This occupation rf'leasr:' rn�n for Ui3 heavier work. Tho herring nm in B. C. this season women and six Mexican,, Tim Mrxi- wa.s the heaviest ever known, .1. L NOT LIKELY, SAYS This s the Life Mr. Farmer It looks as if (here was no need for the automobile dealers of Canada to worry for the present over the proposed embargo on automobiles coming from the United States. In answer to the telegram sent the other day to W. A. Rnehanan, M.P., on this matter, he hns.addressed the following to local auto dealers through A. K. Humphries: "Matter not before government. No i rtuch action you mention likely. .War board might, recommend, but action rests with government. It might happen that most expensive ears might be banned, but don't find that anything is likely to bo done.'* Hon. Duncan Marshall, whose aid was also enlisted on the side of the auto-J mobile dealers, wired the local dealers ! as follows; "I wired Mr. Sifton yesterday. Received reply as follows: 'No action has been taken or discussed by government in regard to prohibiting importation of automobiles and auto parts. If matter should arise will receive very serious consideration.'" Dealers are therefore going about their business and will not worry for the present. A very brisk business in, new cars is being done already and the season is just opening. Farmers particularly are buying cars by way of speeding up production. Do Not Pass Up The Moline Universal Tractor The Opportunity Is Yours Today Do Not Regret It Later. "Investigate Now." Remember This Is The Last Word in Tractors. They Have Three Improvements Alone Which Save Much Power. t LIVER AND Don't Stay Constipated, Headachy 011- Stomaoh dour. No odds how bad your liver, stomach or bowels; how muoh your head aohes, how miserable and uncomfortable you are from a cold, oonstipatlon, biliousness and sluggish bowels-'you always get relief with Cascarets. Don't let your stomach, liver and bowels make you miserable. Take Cascarets tonight; put an end to the headache, biliousness, dizziness, ner vousness, sick, sour, gassy stomacb. bad cold, offensive breath and all other distress; cleanse your inside organs of all the bile, gases and constipated matter which is producing the misery. A 10- cent box means health, happiness and a clear head for months. All druggists sell Cascarets. Don't forget tho children-their little Insldes a#elUttto AapuiuaU way. Ovt%, r�*. ton. and MftHstr ktifUf�libfl�wben fine t4ftr inr Uluitnttft Cvttan. PUnters, Sk�7*v�. Aa�!��r*Il O. Ue. Dept. G�"fea. Okie*** W�rie� Weil an* tmaett WOOL SACKS and PACKS PAPER FLEECE TWINE and SEWING TWINE FOR SALE BY E Sharman Co. Phonea: Office 1173; Residence 6S0. 1217 Second Avenue Seuth r The Perfect Kerosene Burner-Does All Farm Work The Happy Farmer burns kerosene or distillate. The twin cyl. horizontal cast en bloc motor gives a guaranteed power of 24 h.p. on the belt, 12 h.p. on the drawbar, at 2% rn.p.h. Mechanical force feed oiling- Atwater-Kent ignition. Cut steel spur gears. HYATT ROLLER BEARINGS throughout in dust-proof cages. Double drive on rear wheels. Cast steel, one piece unbreakable frame. Automatic steering. Swinging type drawbar; no side-draft. Total weight, 3,700 lbs. Happy Farmer Tractors were easily the leaders in 1917 popularity, and they will hold the lead in 1918 Sides. Territory is going fast-better get in the running. GET ACQUAINTED WITH THE HAPPY FARMER IN THE FIELD. The Ground Floor, Sherlock Building. Happy Farmer Tractor Co Seventh Street S., Lethbridge 60 ;