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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1917 THE LETIIBRTDGR flAILY tffeRALD \ PAGE THIRTEEN YOUNG \VO*IE$ FAKM HANDS AT WORK ON THE F1U IT TKEHS OR SELF POISONING The Dangerous' Condition Which Produces Many Well A Known Diseases. HOWTOGUARD AGAINST THIS TROUBLE " FRUIT-A-TIVES" - The Wonderful / Fruit Medicine - will Protect You Autointoxication mijnns solf-poison-Ing, caused by continuous or partial constipation, 6r insufficient action of tlin liowols. ' Instead of the refuse matter passing daily from the body, it is absorbed by the bloody As a result, the Kidneys and Skin are overworked, in their efforts to rid the blood of this poisoning. Poisoning of the bloodin Ihjs zfo)1 often causes Indigestion, Loss of Appetita and Disturbed Stomach. It may produce Headaches and Sleeplessness. // may irritate the Kidneys and bring on Pain in the Back, Rheumatism, Gout, and Ilheumatio Pains. It is the chief cause of Eczema-and keeps the whole system unhealthy by theconstant absorption into the blood of this refuse matter "Fruil-a-tives" will always cure Auto-intoxication or self-poisoning - as " Fruit-a-'tiTes " acts gently on bowels, kidneys and Jit in, strengthens the bowels and tones up the nervous system. 50c. a box, 6 for $2.00, trial size, 25c At all dealers or sent postpaid on recei pt of price by JFrult-a- tires Limited, Ottawa. This is a photograph showing how.the youn&.^omea'of. England, are helping in the- orchards. Their particular Una of work Is tacking the tender liraba oLthe treds to the walls.-(ti? In^ this way.ihat-ittaiiy of the fruit trees in England are developed. GREAT PRAISE FOR GEN. SMUTS London, Mayi 18, via Heuter's Ottawa Agency.-The Daily Telegraph in an editorial headed: "An Historic Speech," says: "The speech of General Smuts was one of the finest and most statesmanlike utterances that tho war has produced. "If the British nation has not realized before fully, it assuredly will understand now, what a noble ornament and strong pillar of nmpire it possesses in tho soldier statesman who represented the Union ot South Africa in the Imperial war conference. "If we interpret. Ganeral Smuts' speech aright we detect in it a note ot friendly and earnest caution to those who think the time ripe for framing a new constitution of empire, with a now imperial parliament, a new imperial treasury and new imperial taxes. The idea is noble, imposing and logical, but it is none the less full of perils and quicksands, and above all open to the fatal objection that it does not seem to bo desired by the responsible spokesman of tho Dominions. It may bo taken as cortain therefore that tho special war conferenco which is to bo called at th,e end of tho wnr to consider the problem of Imperial reconstruction will not favor tho Idea of a unified parliament of the empire. It will proceed on lines loss sensational, hut far more consonant with the British tradition ot gradual evolution. Indeed, it has already begun, in the last few weeks., in the admission to the Imperial cabinet of statesmen of the dominions and representatives of India." CRISIS APPARENTLY NOT YET PASSED IN RUSSIAN GOVT. (By Herbert Bailey.) Petrograd, May IT, via London. Jlay 18.-Tho resignation of Milukoff and the appointment' as foreign minister of Terestohonko, former minister of finance, a millionaire, who during the previous crisis told the council of suldierB' and workmen's delegates that the declaration of "no confidence" by the allies would mean the financial ruin of Russia, has created a situation which will necessitate very close attention by the allies. This represents, in fact, a victory for the council, and is the heavy price which the government is paying to attract to itself those elements which are purely disruptive and whose attitude toward the ullies cannot in any way bo described as warmly sympathetic. "The departure of Milukoff will he interpreted by tho allies as a renunciation of the principles by which, up to this time, tho government has been guided." says Novoe Vremya. "Mil-ukoff's departure gives new food for hitter feelings by the democracies defending our safety. The reform ministry has begun its life withN a mistake." There is some -talk, not altogether wild of generals and ex-mcmbers of the. ministry returning to JNtoscow and creating a now government, leaving Petrograd. deprived of food supplies to stew in, its own juice. Anything is possible hero. The situation is the most desperate imaginable and it appears as if only some dramatic stroke, stamped with the vigorous personality of one man can save Russia. Russia is at death's door. She has physicians, but no surgeons and it is surgery that she requires. It was stated yestorday at a peasants' conference that no coal had been transported to the railways or wharfs since Easter; that there was no forage for the army, that towns 1n the northern governments were on the verge of starvation and that hunger riots are feared. BREAK THROUGH ICE FIELDS. Sault Ste. Marie. May 18.-Tugs 'succeeded In" breaking a way through the big ice.fields which blocked the channel at Point Aux Pines yester day and the-: up-bound and down-bound fleet commenced moving this morning. . _. � > , A GENUINE ATTEMPT BADLY MOWED (Special to tho Herald) Bl&lrmore, May 18.-Mrs. E. Kidd received a tolegram from tho Department of Militia and Defence on Sunday morning, stating that her son Josoph had been severoly wounded in action in Prance. Private J. Kidd went overseae several months ago and has been in Bome severe fighting. He is the only son of Mrs. Kidd who Is widely known through the Crow's Nest Pass. NOT AN EAGLE', BUT A SKUNK Change National Emblem If Paoiflst, Writer Says. Portor Emerson Browne, author and dramatist, of Norfolk, Conn., writos as follows to the New York Sun: "If ws must bare (God help us) an Americanism like that advocated by those human bookworms that are trying to make us a nation of dirt-eaters (I refer to Bryan, Mann, Moore, Daniels, Villard and their sort), lot us at least ho consistent. "First let us change the. national emblem from an eagle to a skunk. Then let,us drop tho red, white and blue flag that now floats over us, nnd replace It with a nice white one having a wide yellow streak down the middle. Following which we will turn tb the wall the pictures 6f Linooln, Washington and Grunt, and the other poor roughnecks who were not too proud to fight, and after all Joining In the well known anthem, 'My Country, Taint of Thee," wo will extend a cordial invitation to Germany to come right In and murder our women and children on Bhoro where it's drier. "For being a damned fool is just like being anything else; it you've made up four mind to be one, why not try to se a good one?" London, May 18.-A high official In tho government has given the following statemont concerning the attempt of tho government to satisfy Irish sentiment in the Irish settlement: "It should be realised that the home rule offer Is a genuine attempt by the British government to unify and satisfy Irish sentiment. The present situation is unlike the circumstances of the previous home rule proposals. Now the general desire In England is to set tie the controversy. The two great difficulties are Ulster's suspicion of any homo rule plan, and the widespread Irish desire tor unity. Lloyd George's proposal is an attempt to meet both." It has been estimated that the world's nut trees could supply nourishment to Its entire population. "Yes, dear, it is very handsome. And I'm so glad it's a McClary's- they're so enduringly satisfactory. I. would'never use anything else." "-x.^ �  . Time-tried experience is the powerful argument that equips the new home with McClary's Gas Range. All sizes and styles. Up to the minute with every modern improvement. Burn either manufactured or natural gas. 33 McC.arys Gas Ranges London, Toronto, Montreal; Winnipeg, Vancouver; St. John; TLB., Hamilton; Calgary; Saskatoon; Edmonton ? .#^c& per cent, of England. 4.5 per cent, of Scotland, and 3.0 per cent, ot Wales. MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of every description made to-order. GET OUR PRICES AND SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works SKIFF For Sale AT A BARGAIN A four-oared Lep-Spreak Skiff, newly painted, has been donated to the SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER, I. O. D. E., and is for sale, and,can be viewed by phoning Mrs. W. H. Holt, 947 Seventh Street A. S. PHONE 655 Proceeds for Funds of Chapte'r SOMME Some Collar 99 "Somme" isthenametjf thetiewW. G. &' R. Collar-and it ia-a radical change in collar designing. Note-the smart lines of this-collar.V ' The points, if desired, may be slightly turned up in front, which adds to ^ its � stylish appearance. Two rows of stitching. give^another smart touch. Lots of tie space. "Slip On" btItto�l�Jle., 4 % (sizes, the -same as in other * COLLARS W. G. & R. collars, finwtshirts, pyifatnas.^and ,, summer underwear are worthy-of your-patrenagc. � i ls�f BE PREPARED! Have your Will made today, and appoint this Company your Executor and Trustee. Our officers have a wide experience. Our service is continuous, and our fees no greater than a private individual is entitled to. Write for our booklets ond "Wills," forwarded free to any addresis. The TRUSTS aid GUARANTEE Company Limited CALGARY - ALBERTA Public Administrator and Official Assignee for the Judicial District* of Lethbridge, Macleod, Medicine Hat, Calgary, Red Dear, Stettler. ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF > ' Machines and Foundry Equipment BELONGING TO � THE CITADEL ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS, LIMITED, CALGARY CONSISTING OF ONE 42 INCH NEWTON CUPOLA ,y* ONE 1i/2 INCH LONDON BOLT SCREWING MAOHINI. ' ONE No. 12 ROCK ISLAND PUNCH AND SHEAR and a quantity of '- FOUNDRY EQUIPMENT AND ROUND, SQUARE, FLAT, v AND HALF OVAL BAR IRON. ,' ^ For further particulars apply to '* ' '* ~ j The Trusts & Guarantee Co., Limited Official Assignee 220 Eighth Avenue W., Calgary H. A. 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