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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta /;A'rU?\DAY, MAY 18, IHlS THE, l,ETHB,RroGR ^.i^F.KT.Y I lEHALD PAGE ELEVE^ FRIENDSTIiOUGtir HE WOULD DIE "FRUIT-A-TIVES" Conquered DytpcpiM nnd Rettbrcil Hii HqhIiIi. MR. ROBEHT NEWTON. , LittiR Bins fVOr, C. n. "I was a lorriblc sulTnrcr from Dysprfisia and Constipation for yrars. I had pjiiii nftor Imting, hrldiing' gns, constiiiit hi'ii(l:iclihn,iini.l Jiil not sleep well al nijj'ht. I Irt.sl. so niiieli woiglit; - going from lf(5 poumls io IK! lioulitLs-lliiU [ liecamo aUuiiiedand. saw several Ooclors -who, however, did me no good. Finally, a friend told mo to try 'J'ric't-a-tivrs\ In a :uci:k, tlicrc wns ijuprnvemcnt. The coiijjtipation was corrcoti'd ; nnd soon I was free of ])ain, headaches and that miserable feclinsf ; tliat accompanies Dyspepsia. I continued to take (his splondid fruit; mcdicino and now I am, well, stronp; and vigorous". KOBEUT NKWTOX. Mc. a box, f) for $2.riO, trial size 25e. At nil dealers or sent poslpnid-on reecipt of prieo by l'"ruit-a-tive3 Limited,'Otlawa, THE CHILDREN'S JEWEL FUND. Model day nursing at SolfrldBn'h Children's .Tcwel fund i-jjll'. tin^ Toddlers slrlnginK beads. , ' . . � depot. AGREE QNWORKING WORK M FRONT IRE Snow was falhng lr\iielind last night to the iiorlhNVest. Kei)ort!i from various poinlsi;on the LothbTidge railway division received at the general offices of tlio L'. P. It. showed tluir at ten o'ldoek this morning a blizzard, worse tlion anything experloneod during the winter, was raging in Calgiiry and had progressed as tar .soulli on the Ma.-;-leod brancli as the town ot Maeleod. �wliiJo it was also snowing heavily at somo of the northern stations along the AUlorsyde Una. ' l.n tlie ehurclv The agreement goes oh; Retains Full Liberty The Xiitional (Council at the same lime retains that full liberty which it has enjoyed among ('anadian forces I'or the past forty-five years in, con-iluclii\g voluntary servi beautiful little booklet, "Scrvioe in tlio Kitchen," which will 1)0 mailed free on request. It tells all a Wown wants to know about a range before b1i� jjuysit. GOVT, mm Responsible " to I^arliament-'� -Thji,t Was Proposal of R. L. Richardson ' Ottawa; May IS.-In the Canadian-Press report of the remarks address' ed to the hmise on the railway tinesi tion last, Wednesday - by R. L. Rich-: ardson, menibor for' Springfield, an injustice wad done to that genlldman; He was represented as saying thab when Canada's railway system is na-; tionalized, it should he placed.unde.r the control and operation of the heads of Canada's present railways. If \?afe precisely the opposite position that Mr,; Richardson took, lie 'cmphatlcany. laid down the proposition that the con-ij trol of the government's 3>-slefti should be placed In the hands ot a cx)mmieBlon responsible not to the government but to parliament and removable only for cAuse, the same - as Judges. This would Insnro the elimination of political control and interference. Under such a commission and with such guarantees, Mr. Rich EMCISASI LOSSlSkM Govi. mm. Ottawa, May 18.-Dr. Hciil, minister ot railv.'ays and canal.n. :"ail ;i lengthy ! stalemont In the hf)nsc )asi night In ! connection with the oiiciaiion of tlm ' government railways. 'I'lie question came up on al vote of SKi.oiid.oOd for the Canadian Governnn'nt Railways and was raised by Hoii. i'\\av\o^ .Murphy. The Expenses Dr. Reld said the ("anadian government system conslstoil ;it ihe present lime ot 4,lS0-mIIes of rail. For the fiscal year, 1917-18. the lot.al working expenses of the govornnicnt railromis wore $32,298,047 as cmniiared with $24,627,271 in .the prevlou.^; year. The average total oxpeu6'"ad been e.xpended on the Port .Vel.'ion harbor works nnd the remaii;il'':- on the rail-,way itself. Serious l,ass "I believe," -Dr.!: Jn-id ..concluded, "thorn will he a irts'; and perhupa a-serious loss during the coming year on the Canadian Government Rail-i ways. Already we liave had to increase the'wages of many of our em-pfoyees,' and if the cost of diving in-croases,'certainly wri niusb'lnorea1;c wages,' 'W^jhavi' njt^ luurensed ;'our freiplit rates^ in ijroimrtion to the increased cost of onoration,. Kverything in cofin^ct(on wllli the operation of the railways Ims increa,ied proportionately," New/ Equipment. The total cost of new'^equipmenttir-dored for the Canadian Government Railways, siaid the minister, amounted to ?2fi,0i;!,0fl�. A certain amount of Sh^n^Ie^s^^ol^a^^^aiJ^^^vsocSnd.hand equipment had also beep Bury and other well known railway operatoro could be Indiicod to manage the state railways In^tlve public liU^jr-BBt. , ; .Ia}'- ..IG.-The World �ays; "The house recently heard Mr, Gompersf toll It In what spirit to conduct the war. 6ut it refused to let the farmers tell It In what manner to administer the Military Service Act. "If the house la "to become an'open, fprum for every deleBnlion that visits Ottawa, when will our political doctors and sages get the opportunity tii engage hi the vital task of convincing theniKolves by thalr own