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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDATi MARCH 28, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE KiNBi AUD LINES All That U Only Chance They Have Says Capt.^ Porter, Who Has ! Returned EVERY ONE IF i W� Are A� Fun of Drndly PoiMiu Aa A Giriii Labomtoty. Capt. aoo.P, Porter, quartesmaater of Uto 113th Letiibridee Highlanders, returned to the city laet night aftpr Daring bcjeniovtirseaii since the Runi-mor oC lOiG, ,Capt. Porter arrived lunt 11 week agO; on;a'Bhlp bringing over li006. men Ivotiio, and was in charg� of IV train ot western veterans as far as Heglija. ' Spealting'of the present offensive on th6 ^est front Capt. Porter slated bis helifit that; the Germans could not break through definitely. The British and Prpnqh hava an, overwhelming am-ouht of artlUfery, and though thft ^ei^ht 6t Germaa.divisions coming tip ^n .massed fpi-niatlon may compel the allies' to gl*o ground tor a time, the final result'ca^not'be doubted, and the cost of the Ooftridn oftcnHive.will more than offset the first advantage they inlay gain. i / Regarding. the return home of so many Canadians, Capt. Porter states ,tbat it Is easier to transport them to v*CtttdMon. lOGENT'nETS" BEST UUUTIVE FOR UVER AND BOWELS Don't stay Centtlpated, HMdaahy Dll Stennaoh Sour. . ,-' - 7it� chief cause 0/ poor healih is our netleot of the bowed. Wasta ' matter, instead pf pAMiag from the lower intestine regularly eVery day, is'allowed to remain there, generating poisons whioh are absorbed by the blood. In other words,' a person who is habitually constipatecl, is poisoning himself. We know now; that Aula-intoxication, due to non-aoiion oftha bowels, is directly responsible tor serious Kidney and BladderTroubles; that it upsets the Stoaoach, toauses Indigestion, I.k>as of Appetite and Sleeplessness; that ohronio Rbeum-atism, Gout, Fain In The Bsok, are relieved as soon aa the bowels become regular; and that Pimples^ Rashes, �ciema and other Skin Affections disappear when "Fmlt-a-tlvea" are taken to correct Comstipatioa. , "Fruii-a-tives" wilt protect you against Auto-intoxication because . this wonderful ftuit medicine acta directly on all ^he eliminating organs. S0c.abox,6for|2.S0, trial 8izo2uo. At all dealers or sent on receipt of pricebyFniit-a>tivesLiBitted,Ottawa. to the States, they would faco a heavy fine tor non-payment. �W. H. Ifwin, clerk of the dWU'Ict court, through whom all apiftications for naturalization are madt, 'ittiU receiving tho applications. Thejr.win go before His Honor judge. Jackson in District Court, and if approved by hira win be sent forward to the,secre-tary of stato at Ottawa for �h�l adJU-dlcAtlon. It thereforo reWiilid for tho BDorotary ot. state, to decide; whether Canada is committing an. uofrlendly act towards the United States In-aa' turallztng Americans resident In C|n-ada during tho war. It is understood Ottawa has taken the matter Up ^^ith 'WAshlngton to arrive at some final solution of tho difficulty. MeanwHUe qulto a InrBo number of Americans are filing their applications here. lEOONAUIOS NOT mm 1 .Tossy, Rumania, Mar. 22. - The newspapers announce that the llu-manian parliament in to be dissolved and, that new elsctions havo been ordered. ' , Wants Alliance With Huns Amsterdam, Mar. 2,'!.-Vienna newspapers state that the new Rumanian premier, Alexander Marghlloman, is striving for an alliance hotwoen Rumania and tn6 central powers. ThI.i IdeA lil'beinf discltssod sympathotlcal-ly in the, Vienna press, it adds, in that iuto dealers through A. E. Humphries: "Matter Aot before government. No such action you mention likely. >V�r board might recommend, but actlort rests with government.. It blight,hap pen that most expensive cars might be banned, but don't find,that anything is likely to be done." Hon. Duncan Marshall, whose aid was also enlisted on the side of ihe, automobile dealers, wired the local.deeMrs as follows; "I wired Mr. Siftpn yes-torday. Received reply as^fbliows: 'Ko action has been taken or discussed by government in regard to prohibiting importation of automobiles and auto parts. It 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 alresu|y and the season is just opening., Purmors particularly are ^buying cars by way of speeding up production. No odds how bed j*our liver, stomach or bowels; how much your head ^aokes, how miserable and uncomfort-' able you are from a obld'r oonsttpjitlon, biliousness and sluggish bowels-you always.get relief with CascaretB. Don't, let your Stomach, liver and bowels make you miserable. Take CascaretB tonight; put an end to the headache, hlUouinesi, ditzlness, ner vousaesB, Siok, sour, rassy stomach, bad cold, offenslTo breath and all other distress; cleanse yout-' inside organs of all the bile, gases .and con. .stlpated matter which Is produotng the misery. , A 10- cent box means health, hapnl-', ness and a clear head for months. Alt dnifgists sell Cnscarets. Don't torset the children-their little Insldes ns�4, a gentle cleansing, too,-Advert. The positions of Americans resident In Canada with regard to'tho income tax is one of the most peculiar that has arisen and legal minds are busily et^gaged in trying to arrive at so'mo sort of solution. According to the American inoome tax act, any Amerl-' can residing in' Canada und atlU retnin-iug his Amarioan Owens' Fanning Mills. THEN SOW WITH NEW LOW DOWN PRESS DRILL And Resuhs WiO FoUow. A Full Line Carried Hodsier-Monitor LowDown Press Drilh ; Only A Linuted Nmnber pf Monitor DriUs WOOC S ACKS ahd PACK3; PAPER FLEECE TWINE and SEWING TWINE E. A. I^arm^ co^ Phoaaa; Offlae 1174j, ,�*ial�lan�a MO. 1217 ^enif Avenye l-OR OAtS BY 1 ,.1 ' Tbis Is the LifeMr. Farmer ERS A Pacific Port, March 23.~Womcn prisoners of war nro nn tlio Oerman raider Alexander ARasslz tlnit now Is being towed to this port by an Amor-Ican cruiser and which vi\\\ arrive here Tuesday, navy offli'ors artiiounc-etl today. .Tho ralilov iiiirrlpd thirteen persons, InttludlrtB flvo Onrmana, two womon and six Mexicans. 'I'hp Mexi- cans were not wanted by the United, SlnloB authorities and, ft utatoraent that the six Mexicans were put ashore is, believed to mean that tho womott are either Germans or Americans. , There are mora than a score of womon employees ' varnishing artd painting In the Aiontroal shops of thfl Grand Trunk railway nt Point Sr., Chni'los. They are vfery adept in this particular form of work' such aa painting, Blidlug. etc. This occupa^ tion reloascB men for tha heavlec work. The herring run In B. C, this aeasott was the heaviest ever known. Let the Sturdy little NILSON Do Your U you are looking for power, high grade construction, light weight and pep, do not fail to see a NILSON demonstration next week. Tractors ready for immediate delivery \^.F.HEIDEL . DEALER, 4ia POURTH AVfe.'S., LETHBRIOQE REPAIR PARTS IN LETHBRIOQE AND CALGARY 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. "Tt oarde.") no useless dead weight." "The plows aro hitched right close up." "No useless front wjieels to push." "The Moline Universal is alUractor." "No better-Tractor Is made tor tough sod." "This tractor in all its details Is absolutely guaranteed by the MoUne Plow Co.,-who are tho oldest farm Implement makers in the States. "It Is mado in the largest Tractor factory in the world." / "An automatic force feed oiler. Carburetor, HoUey Automatic. Clutch, Cono typo faced with Raybestos. Governor, centrifugal ball type fenclosed) running in oil. "7500 sold in 1917, 20,000 'contracted to build i� 1918." . "The man .who drives the Tractor runs the binder." "It is absolutely A ONE-MAN outfit:" 2 cylinders, size A, 2 plows in breaking, 3 In stubble. 4 cylinder, size B, 3 plows in breaking, 4 in stubble. Size B Is a self starter and "runs a 28 separator. 50 per cent reserve power. No running on full capacity. You can have delivery today. No waiting. R,opairs, a full stook will be kept in Lethbrldge. Elxpert will be kept solely for-Molina Tractor work. "Serv.lce" is and always has been the wotchword' of the Moline Co. The price I3 right, no other maker can touch it. The quality Is guaranteed and $19,000,000 is behind It. Remember it Is the last word In Tractors. W. KEITH BELL 1212 6th Avenue South, Is the Local Agent for Lethbrlda* and Oletrlet. �/ Phone 1301. The TmlcIof that's Different^arid Better 12-24 H.P.-CAPAC1TY 3 PLOWS PERFECT BALANCE, SUIPUCITY, UGHT WEIGHT, ACCESSIBILITY, STRENGTH, SHORT TURN, SURPLUS^WER, STEEL CUT GEARS,RUNNING IN QlL/lilYATT ROLLER BEARINGS, SELF-GUIDING IN FURROW, HIGH AND CONSTANT PLOWING SPEED. WILL DO ANYTHING OTHER TRACTORS WILL DO~AND DO IT^EHER. WILL DO MORE AND BETTER WORK THAN THE BEST HORSES. DEALERS SELLING^APPY FARMER TRACTORS GET THE GREkM OF THE TRADE-AND THE NET PROFITS. v Tl|e Perfect |[;^^ Butter-Does All Farm Work The Happy Farmer burns kerosene or distillate. The twin cyl. horizontal cast en bloc motor gives a guaranteetJ^^^' power of 24 K.p. on the belt. 12 h,p. on the drawbar, at 2% m.p.h. Mechanical force feed oiling: Atwater-i' Kent ignition. Cut steel spMrg^rs^HYATT ROLLER HEARINGS throughout in dust-proof (�ges. Double drive;\ on^rMr wheels. Cast steel, pfjcjicce unbreakable frame. Automatic steering. Swinging type drawbar; no side- '^i^'Ti*- ^^'8h!' 3.700 lbs. fiappy Farmer Tractors were easily the,leaders in 1917 Rbpuiarity, Wi tKisy^^ will hold the lead m 1918 Territory is going fast--better get in the running. l'^ 1 ^ GET AtQUillNTED WITH THE HAPPY FARMER IN THE FIELD. The HaDPY Farmer Tractor Cd Gr�imd FImt, Slitrltck BdMuir.; Seventh Street S., a j> .MP . ' I, " 'V 3863 ?650 ;