Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY. MAY 5. 1017 THF, LF/rifHRIDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Ad�i.e� The U�o Of "FRUIT. A-TIVES", Tho Famous Fruit Medicine. MR. ROSENBURG 689 Cummin St., Montreal. April 20th, 1913. "In my opinion, no other mcilicina In the world is so ctirutiro for Constipation and Indigestion as " Fruit-u-livcs ". ] wiisiisuf.'ororfroni those complaints for fivo yours, and my sedentary occupation,.Music, brought about n kind of Jnleslinal Paralysis-with nasty Headaches, hitching gas,, drowsiness after rnlirtg, and l^ain in tho Hack. J tried pills and medicines of physicians, but notliingholpeil mo. Then I was induced to try " J-'i-uil-u-tiros ", and now for six .nionihs 1 have boon entirely well. I advise any one who suffers from 1 hat horrible trouble-Chronic Constipation with, the resultant indigestion, to try " Fruit-a-iives"f and you will ho agreeably surprised at the great benefit j-tm will receive". A. ROSKXBURG. 60c. a box, G for $2.50, trial size, 25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Pruit-B-tivcs Limited, Ottawa. SCIENTIFIC NOTES Japan harvested more than L'OS.dOO,-0(H) bushels of rice last year, an increase of more than li.HoO.Otfo bushels) from the previous high record, made In MUL . . To provide ventilation without drafts lower sashes for windows have been invented which instead of sliding, swlns outward and upward to any desired distance. The development of powerful and reliable motors 1ms enabled French aviators to do their' most "daring fly Jiir ivilli monoplanes of not more than \ feet wing spread. A curved windshield for motorcycle j side ears of recent invention Is. provided with a speaking trumpet so a| driver can converse with a passenger j wiHiout leaning back. An-ICngiisliuiun has invented a prof-ess for treating wools heretofore I thought too long and strong fol' any thing, .hut worsteds so that they can | bo used In finer textiles.. . "Locomotives on railroads in (In; Vnited States consumed more than J �t'_',000.0(10 IihitoIs of oil for fnol last year, im increase of about. l.V per cent, from the previous year.' returned, fortunately, board. Tfe? published it, and his mature and weli] considered Judgment that he felt more at. home in the trenches. Tivo destroyers conveyed the visitors around the squadron. Then?, -was on the (lermnn officially sunk W'arspito than elsewhere, but what tlmt meant in (he way of damage was Creek to the outsider. Destroyers Take It Easy The only thing approaching leisure d.'seovered was on some of the destroyers. These sea scouts work In sl>lfis. ["our days on active duty 'a very active duly) four days in port, ready to start at the drop of the lint, and four days outfitting with mi'i or less short, leave, Is their program. Some informalIo.i unit scraps oil gc::::ip of tho baMl" came out in 'he course of talk. One item was that. Admiral lleatty went through the fight, on the oridge and did not take the protection ol any of ihe armored places which builders make for shell or in battle, and lie was under heavy fire. Another, tlmt when tho Marlborough was hit by a torpedo, and all believed that she had only a minute or two to live, her commi.ider | issued two orders. One was to tin- watertight doors that she '.'li.'lit float. a.wuiBBai THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA OFFER TO THE PURU1C Province of Alberta Savings Certificates in denominations ol' Ten Dollars, One Hundred Dollars, and One Thousand-Dollars. These Certificates will bear interest at the rate of five per cent, per annum, compounded half yearly. Certificates are redeemable in three years, hut may be cashed at any time on the demand, of the holder. remarked. Correspondontr, Visit Works I'uder tutelage, of IInull Law, nationalist member 'of parliament for West Donegal, a paily of correspondents spent a day on hind, on water, and on ships in dock, at this base. They saw some things which they are not permitted to describe in detail, and many things which they can-not describe for lack of technical knowledge; for the ordinary man the visit furnished mostly illumination I upon ' the vast scale on which sea power is arranged, ami upon the kind of men who manage it, and their hard but cheerful lives. The general stage setting for this swift review of the fighting and (ratlins vessels under construction consisted of several miles of water-front lines as thickly as could he crowded with skeletons and hulls. The stock carried everything of the final type- until next year, or next week, for every naval-eaiupaigii means new idoas, now devices, new lines of construction. Two years of active service under war conditions have bruncht a groat, advance to the British navy already acknowledged to be leader In 'most naval matters. I'-very ship and every detail of a ship, is the lust word in its class, according to lho war-bought, judgment of engineers and fighting officers. In one noticc-ablo detail at least British architects appear to have been con verted to tho priuciplo of one feature of American ships. Ericsson's Geniu3 Honored The monitors make an appeal lo an American because there is a suspicion that other navies wore disposed to scoff at them for years. Yet hero they are, with all their superficial changes and embellishments a tribute to the brain of .lohn hlricsson conceived in lho sixties. The monitors have been vory useful to the British navy in this war. They have been j days. There were several so-called destroyers, certainly as long as many light cruisers of earlier times, ten of them extended side by side in one row, and others elsewhere. Submarines Are Growing .lust where lho super-destroyer leaves off and (he light cruiser begins is not a matter o! length today, lie-yond the "destroyers was a line of long thin skeletons of submarines, whose size could not be judged at all accurately in a passing view, even if it could he reported. Cnnviared with the now old-fashioned suhmatine thev are as the Aquitania to the Philadelphia. Floating alongside a dock was a | sjx.my officer on leave from France who was culling on a brother on war a nest of conspirators. The political life of the premier was sought, while the minister of militia, whoso work certainly should never have been hampered during a war, was compell-1 ed to sleep with one eye open lest he j bo done away with In the dark. "En-venomous poison" is tho weapon mentioned by Sir Sam Hughes as being employed by the minister of finance and the present overseas minister of I militia. In describing a warning which j he bad received from a New York | friend as he was on the point of sailing for Britain months ago, the former minister of militia said: The gentleman assured me, however, 'it was not torpedoes at sea, but envenomous poison on the part ot some of your colleagues in the cabinet who seek to get rid of the prime minister, but. who realize that you are behind him solid and in order to get rid of him they must get rid of you.' In face of the assertions of the retired minister what becomes of the plea that criticism' of the administration or the holding of an election would disturb the smooth work of the gov- BLUEBIRD PHOTO-PLAYS The latest Lynn F. Reynold's contribution to the screen. Introducing Myrtle Gonzalez, Val Paul and George Hernandez in a tale of adventure by land and sea. Sensational : : : scenes, Exciting incidents, G r I p-plng episodes, : : Stirring climaxes. 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