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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY HE WOULD DIE Conquered Uytpepita ftriti ReMbred Hii ROBERT Little Erase I was a terrlblp snlTcrcr from Dyspepsia and Constipation for I had win nftnr belching1 constant did nolisleep well at I lost so much weight from to MG I became alarmednnd snw sevornl doctors did me no a friend told mo to try Jn a there was The constipation was cornclod and soon I wns free Of headaches and that miserable feeling that accompanies I continued to take this splendid fruit medicine and now I am strong and ROBERT n 6 for trial size At till dealers or sent postpaidon receipt of price by Fruitativea PAGE ELEVBJI Snow was falhng tliis afternoon and reports indicate that Southern Alberta have much mola turo oyor the ACter blow ins frcjm the southwent all day the wind sjvitciidd last night to the from various the LethWrirtge railway div ision received at the general offices ot showed that at IPII oclock this morning a worse than anything experienced during the win was raging in Calgary and hud progressed as far south on the Muq lood brnnclt as thetownof It was als6 snowing heavily at some the northern stations along the Aldersyde v THE CHILDRENS JEWEL FUND Toddlers stringing Model day nursing at Selfrldgos Childrens Jewel fund May of the National Council of the met yesterday in conference with Colonel directorgeneral chap lains service and mutually agreed oit a working basis in a relig ious work for enlisted Certain misunderstandings which appeared to were Those representing the chaplain service were General Canton Colonel Colonel principal chaplain IX and The repre sentatives of tho National Council of the were chairman of the National John chairman of the Red IViaiiBle Fund campaign qonimittee William Montreal Ii Mony chairman military committee John secret A policy and basis of cooperation was agreed upon in which the National Council of the reaffirmed Its policy of placing its huts and equip ment at tho services of chaplains with out regard to creed or denomination the National craves life syni tfathetic and assistance of chaplains the National Council recognize that the background of tho association power and resource Is Rock these Grates Shaking down a range fire has gone out of Kootenay Range duplex grates need only be rocked If you have used the old fashioned jolting shaker you will hardly believe the fire is really shaken down when you rock the Kootenay duplex Kootenay range grates let all the ashes fall Into the ash pan but they keep the clean hot in the NO ashes can cling to of Kootenay That is why you get a clear fire and the full benefit of your Service in the Booklet This isi only ono of many features of the Kootenay Range described in i beautiful little Service in the which will bo mailed free on It tell a all A wants to know ubout a range before iLa buys London Montreal fofpnto Hamilton Caigary Udmonton Saskatoon 71 For Sale by TAYLOR HARDWARE In the The agredment goes oh Retains Full Liberty Tho National Council at tho same time retains tbat full liberty which it has enjoyed among Canadian forces for tho past fortyfive years con dueling voluntary services and religious It also retains its right to invite outstanding clergymen to lead in this voluntary religious While affirming its desire to draw such leaders from the various denom the National Council must he governed primarily by the qualifica tion of minister for the special In appointing special religious workers for the National Council will submit the of reiJ resentatives to the directorgeneral of chaplain services and In arranging itinerary and programme of work same will bo to the directorgeft eral of chaplain service for Bros GOWLIYS r Responsible to Was Richardson Ottawa May the Canadian Press report ot the remarks ed to the house on the railway juesj tioir Rich member for anj injustice was done to that He was represented as saying thai when Canadas railway system is na It ahquld be placediundef the control and operation of the heads of Canadas present It Wars precisely the opposite position that Richardson He laid down the proposition that the coni trol of the governments aysteSi ihould be placed In the hands of a commission responsible not to the ernment but to parliament and remov able only for the same as This would insure the elim ination of political control and Inter Under such a commission and with such Rich ardson believed that such onen Lord Grant George1 Bury and other well known railway operatoro could be Induced to manage the state the public THE FARMERS World The houserecently heard Gompersr tell It In what spirit to con duct the 6ut it refused to let the farmers tell it in what manner to administer the Military Service It the house IB to become fprum for every delegation that visits when will our political doc tors and sages get the opportunity tb engage in the vital task of convincing themselves by their own wrgumenta Tho Vancouver Province says Once let it be opened with exemption for farmers sons or farmers them the premier will find that oth ers make as good a case as tho Should ho leave the local courts to decide whether a claim for exemption Is he will have tho military service exemptions repeated and some local authorities presented with testimonials because they exempt every man within their If the premier has not learned his les son in the lust five months ho is not a good May minlsfer of railways and read i lougthy Statement in the house last night in connection with the operation of the government Tlio question cameaip on a vote of for the Canadian Government Railways and was raised by Charles Mur Expenses Reid said the Canadlnn govern ment consisted at the present time of of For the fiscal the total working expenses of the government railroads were as compared with in previous The average total expenses a month for tha last fiscal year were as against The total earnings in 191718F were and in The aver age earnings per rrioath last year were and inthe previous year v r Hudson Line On the Hudson had been ex Of this had been expended on the Port Nelson harbor works and the remainder on the rail Serious I there will be a Mss bnd perhaps serious loss during the coining year on the Canadian Government Rail Already we have had to in crease the wages many of our em and if the cost of living in certainly wjdj must1 itiurehsedj our freight rates in proportion to the In creased cost of Everything in the operation of the milwiijia has proportionate New The total cost of dered for tho Canadian Government said the amounted to A certain amount of second equipment had also been The disastrous explosion In Reid had caused a loss of to tho Canadian Qovern jnent A total of 5fi employ ees and ten pensioners had been kill ed In tho thirty of whom died on Out of more than one thous employees livingIn in ivestigatlon showed that only were Completely unaffected by the MAGIC BAKING POWDER CONTAINS NO ALUM It is a pure 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