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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY is, ims THE, MSTHHJUDGE "WEMKI.V J1FJUU) PAGE ELEVEN "FRUlt-A-TIVES" Conquered end Reilcred Health. v Mfl. ROBERT NEWTON. i 'Little Bras d'Or.C.n. "I was a terrible sufl'crcT from ty'spffsia Ration for years, l.hatl pain after Vating1, belching gas, ccmstaiithcudiichhs, rind did not sleep well at right, I lost iu much weight going from ifeo' pounds, to 1-IG I became alarmcd'and saw several doctors ivbo, did use no gtxxL Finally, a friend told mo to try In a. week, there teas itiifirwetKenf. The was corrctU'tl mid soon I was .free of pain, headaches and that miserable feeling Lthat accompanies Dyspepsia. 1 continued to lake this splbndid fruit medicine and uoiv I ani( well, strong aud HUBERT NKUTOX. 50c. a for trial size 25c. At all dealers or sfcnt postpaid-cm receipt of by Fruit-a-lives Ottawa. i. THE CHILDREN'S JEWEL FUND. Toddlers stringing beads. odel day nursing at Selfrulge's Children's Jewel- Snow was Calling to l h bridge this afternoon anrt reports Indicate that Alberla'iwiD liiivemuch rnol: lure After fns irqm the southvsesL all daj brid-u the uitxl switched last mgK to (lie Tleports, from uioui the LathbYiilge railway rtlv ision received at (he general otfices'ot Ihe'C. P. U. showed that at ten o'clock .this morning a worse than anything experienced (luring the win .tcr, was racing hi Calgary and jirogressed ns far Tputh on the Mac icol hraiicn is tbe'towh of was also at aomo of tlie'northern stations.' aloiig 1 the Aldersyde Ottawa, May' ot tho National Cooncll ot the Y.M.C. A. met yesterday fn conference with Colonel Almond, dirsctor-general chap- lain's service! oversea3. anil mutually a wort ing liasis in a'relig- ious work for enlisted men. Certain misunderstandings which appeared to exit! wore happUncleared away. Those representing., tho chaplain service were; General Carlton Jones, Colonel) ,1. M. Altiumrl, .Lleul. Colonel O. H. Williams, principal obapialn.M: N'o, 2, anil Rev. A. II.. Moore. The repre- sentatives of the National Council of the Y. M. C. A. were G. II. Wood, chairman of the1 National; Council, Jnuii W. Jlo'ss. chairman Of the Hed Triangle Fund campaign soninnttce; il i im Montreal F Mony chiirman 1 M C A military committee'1 and- Ur.-AJohn Jr ary A policy and, basis of co-operation agreed upon in vrhloh the National Council ol the Y.M.C.A- re-affirmed Its polity of planing its huts nnd .equip- ment at Ihe chaplains with- out regard to creci) .or denomination1 the Coiuipiljcraves the svni co-'operatiDn'" and of the, National ..Council recognize that "tho" background of tho association power resource Is in Hie church. The agreement oil: 'II Retains Full Liberty [I The National Council at Uic same time rciaiiiR that full liberty whk'h it I has among Catmtliun forc'es I for-the piiat forty-five years in. fon-j duclitig voluntary services and otbet" religious JU-iiviUcs. U also refAins its 16 invite on Is'.anil ing clergymen to lead in (lib voluutury religious work. While atfirming Us desire to draw- such leaders from the various denom- inalions, the National Couiicil'muat be goverced primarily by (h'e qualific-i- Ottawa, May Hold, miniate lion of for the special I of railways atid can'uK rea-l a leugth; work. stalemont la the huusr- night i: In appointing special religfous' connection with Ihe operation of th workers for oven-ens, ihe National government .railways. The Council will submit (lie respnlativea to the dfreclor-general of chaplain services and in arranging" itinerary and programme of work samd will bo submitted lo the director-gen- eral of chaplain service for approval. Rock these Grates "Shaking down" a rarige fire has gone out-of fashion. Kootenay Range duplex grates need only be 'rocked gently. If you have used the, old fashioficd' jolting shaker you will hardly believe the fire is really shaken down when yott rock i: the 'Kootenay duplex grate. Kfiotenay range grates let all the lt ashes fall into the -ash'pan but they keep the clcan'lidt fire, in the firebox. No ashes can cling to of That is why you get., aclearfireandthcfullbenefitofyourfuci. "Service in the Kitchen." Booklet Free, Thb 13 only'one of many features of tha Koolcnay Rfingo described in i> hcaut'fnl litllft booklet, "Service in Iho Vhich will bo mailed frco on raqiicat. H tells all ii Ifoman about n rango bcforo aba bliysiU London 'Tofoti'to llamiKon 'Winnipeg 'Vancouver "Calgary tidltlnnlon Snskatciort Sale by TAYLOR HARDWARE CO; to Was Proposal of U PichardsoR Ottawa; May the' Canadian Press report ol Hie remarliB ed to the housi! on (he ralhray tion las'. R. artlson, memlior for ah injustice- VIZT done to that genUemauj represented- as saying-that when Canatla'3 railway aystcnt is na' tionilized It ahquld the control ahd operation of the head! of Canada's present railways. precisely the opposite position that 5' Richardson took He Aemphatli Iafft down fho proposition that the trol of the government's sysle; should be placed In the a commieslon responsible not to the goy. 'eminent but to parliatnent and remov- able only for cause, tho same ".33 judges. This would 'Insure the ollin- political control and fnter- ference. .Under Euch "a commission and with'1 such guarantees, Mr- Rich' ardson believed that Larrt Shnughnessy, Grant Bury and other well known railway opera to manage the atoto railways In the (ntgr oat i f came-up ou.a vote of ha Oa'na'dlan Governuion' fo Kaihvay and was raised by Hon. Charles Mm V Thfi I Ur. Held.said the Cnnp.dEr.n govern meat, system .consisted at ihe presea time of of fiscal year, 1917-IS, the tola! ivorhin eijienses of the governnic-nt railroad were as comparert wit previous year. Th average total expense a mouth fo tha last fiscal against The tota earniugs in 1917-lSe vrerc and In 1916-17; The are ngii eanilngs per rn'Ojith last year and- in-thc iireviou's yea -r. On the Hudson Kail Held. had been Of this. Mail bee CONTAINS NO ALUM It is a pure phosphate baking pow- r and is guaranteed by us to be the best and purest baking powder possible V to produce. leavening "qualities of "Magic" combined with its purity make it the ideal baking powder. .The' ingredients are' plainly printed on the label and our half reputation should be sufficient guarantee of the high quality oL these ingredients. COMPANY LIMITED TORONTCXONT, MONTREAL' THE FApMERS expended on the-- Port N'elson liaror and tho remainder on llio tal iiaslf. Serious Loss. I id, elude 'therd itlH be perhaps loss (luring the .coming ye on the Canadian Government Ilall- wavs. Already have had to in- .crease, tlie' wages of many of our em- ployees; and Jf thes cost-, of jlfvihg in- eertiutilv va frelglit rales 'in propartion lo the In- creased cost of Everything jn operation of the rallwKya -has incre.y i- proportionate- 1j Equlfiment. The total, f oat of the Canadian GoTernmetit HnihvayB, fiairt the minl5teiv amounted to A cfiftaln timount of second ,lmnd CQUiimieht had also been orJered. The disastrous explosion in Halifax. Dr. fleicl safcl, had caused a Joss of to (lie Canadian jnent 'THE RED an American tamp In'.France. The V. M. looks drier all natlonal'ifior anil all religion's. fc completely (maffcctcd by the disaster. A total of employ- ee o-and ten pcnaloners had been hill- ed 'n Ihcr disaster, thirty ot whom dlert World of than one-lhous- Bftys Tho house rccenth lieartl employees living- In Halifax, in- GoraTleraf toll It in what spirit to con showed Ihat onlv were duct the war. Bat it refused to let tho farmers tell it lu what mancor Lo tidmlolstcr the Military Act. houeo is'to become an'operi, fpnim for every tlelegntlon that visits Ottawa, when win political tors and sages gel the opportunity tti enpage In tho vital task of convincing themselves1 .by--Jhslr du-n The Vancouver Province a ay a: "Once let U bo ojioned with exemption for farmers' sons or them- selves, the i IV.r.t oth- ers cou Toake as good a case as tho farmers.' Should ho leave the local courts to decide whether a clnim for exemption Is good, "he will havo. tlio inilitar; sarviqe excmpliona repeated and fomo local authorlllcs prescHleJ wilh teallmonlals berftuse [liey exempt I every man their Jurlgdlcllon. If tho premier has'not learned his los- s6n In the last five months hoJs not a good sturtent." Tim c-lty liond will its flrat open air concert in Hull Gardens Sunday evening at S.4o. The following liro- Kccfer Barnwcll Howe will bo rendered: March The Itoyal 1-lsrort Barn Dance U Knsliins At The Mjllneo Fall In Line Bohemian Oirl lialfe pn to Victory keen Fraternity Macfcie-Heyer March Salute 10 Washington Hollgman God Save Ihe King Oeo. REFRIGERATORS to SCREEN DOORS y to HCE CREAM FREEZERS- to SCREEN WINDOWS 50c to 75c VACUUM ICE CREAM FREEZERS .'.._ and HARDWARE :1 Hardware Heating. Phone-TBZ gjg CroSS- SECTION OF A small trchdi roprlhr.' (mitrovUcA onl j of n sliortoncrl rrisp. fur IhrywVng bombs la too great j for hand grcnadcr i EMPLOY RELIABLE SERVICE, ___.BIO INSURED HANDLINQ WITH NO JARRING 6R SCRATCHING YOUR PIAN6.