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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta I) A I I. V UEHAU> PAGE FIYK OF ASTHMA Suffirid Terribly for 15 Years Until Trltd "Fruit-j-tiies" Garviris Great Tribute to the Worth of Lloyd-George I nii'lml Mav Hi" aiiUclpiiied in I Bovcruiiiunt. .1. L- Garvln, editor m iliu I'all Mall UniiiltB and or I server, suys 111 an editorial: "We IIII'M; lo reveal the inn In tacm about an overturn an euddon uud ox- iraordliinrv as any in Hie wholo lorv or lliii'ndurholl has rnllen upon face m politics and dimmed everything. We cannot c-ill II n bolt rrom the lime the rirniaineiil. over Downing street j at u crilieii! moment. Whitehall was grey and lowermB j not approve tins origliml htnr air con s grey and lowering nol leteorite out tin: j pioyim-nt in1 U he had laken nii'iliii Lord Flshl'r rellirned. Fiiher Would bo Supreme "Lord Fisher Is an 111 rilled as any ninn living to lie contenl nl n mo- ment an this wllh anylhlllK than auureuiary within till! apln'e ol his professional liuittlous. Fisher. It.....at he remranbei-ed. has lo an elnnicn.lil the teniiieriinienl of genlim. is not merely n is rorce ol nnliirc. Unfortunately, even Fisher Hi: om- not tnivis been 111010 ilcnl alone in con- nection with Ihe Dardanelles entnr- prlsi- lie could Imvii slopped H, by ptlttlilR down his fool, lie WIIH. Iliere- tore, involved in common responuihil- ity with tin; rest of the Hoard or Ad- WILSON'S i FLY1ADS 'VwilL Kill MffiRE FLIES OF ANY STICK .Y..r.lY. then, Indccil, niiBbi to be the rull war niinlsii'r. In that Mr. Honur law ought in in- chancnllor ol Hie exchequer. 'I'o the iii-ese.nl re- or thai iiidi tiosilion he is admirably adapleil by nib business ti-ainiui; iind by Ibi- rsmarkably active j mid shrewd facility he brings lo bear] Sovereign Cure for Rheumatism H. W. llailetl, Wy.indoUe StrecL.Windsor, Ont., there is only one Kidney Remedy ill the world for HU.S. "Bin I I'om ''I several dml.'f" anj MMiiy other remrdift bin "II I" f will, lllk.1l 1 am to-clJ-. I tlitm to nny ivKidacviirBI.1' D: A. WHITE, n WALLACE Ava., TORONTO, Dec. 22nd. 1913. "Having been a )-rcat sufferer from A.ithraa for a period of fifteen years (sometimes having to sit up night for weeks at a time) I began the use of These wonderful tablets relieved ine of Indigestion, and through the continued use of same, I nm no locger distressed with that terrible disease. Asthma, thanks to "Frnit-a-tives" which are worth their weight in gold to anyone suffering I did. I would Heartily recommend them to all sufferers from Asthma, which I believe, is caused or aggravated by U. A. WHITE Por'Asthma, for Hay Fever, for any troublccausedbyexcessivenervouiness due to Impure Blood, foully Digestion or Constipation, take 'I'ruit-a-tives" Soc. aboi, 6 for f 2.50, trial size, J5C. At all dealers or from Limited. Ottmwa. goi-ernmonl. The Cabinet, as it stood before, has practically ceased to ex- ist You cnn no more put n "-i" than restore Mumpty Dnnipty. "A lialional ministry, such as we 'lave urged for months, and foreseen to be Inevitable, is about to be formed tor that purpose. Active negotiations lire already afoot, and we believe the chief Opposition leaders have already sreed to enter the government. Union and Cenfldenee Nndcd "There are difficulties, but they may he and must he, overcome, and they must be overcome quickly. We must stand together as a. nation, or lose the war Bv comparison with thai, overy- Uiiu- sinks into Ihe merest Insignifi- cance. We must have an absolutely thorough reconstruction, which will tratlon. "The situation was such Hint me snllor. liy resigning, had H In Poiy- er to dislodge the statesman. week, when the first sea lord hail a special audience of the King, and had suddenly, on Saturday, had a long in- terview'will) the Prime Minister, all Ihe readers of signs wondered what was going to happen. indeed, were prepared ror what did happen, lard richer resigned, pulled down his blinds, and went to Scotland. 51 r. Churchill's position HE first lord be- came impossible, or course: hut. so did that of the government as a whole. This was lor various reasons, not all of which can yet be told. Sea Lord's Coup Turned Balance "In the Dardanelles affair, as in the Antwr-Vp affair. NT. Churchill's re- sponsibility is shared by Ihe other thorough reconstruction, wnicn win Uponsibility is snarea uj once for all the doubt, muddle and mlniaiers, and if lie were on his de- lefhnrBy In some directions, and fric-i which he is not, bis casi: on BJ. Tin. u-nnlil lie -crs drew I heir revolvers and shot several of Ibe runaways." C-inadian wounded soldiers are loud their praises or ihe kindness showii them in England. West Find mansions have been sleers and'finish more rapidly. Vs the census statistics prove with- out shadow or doubt, Ihe value or beef cattle ill Canada is steadily increasing. 1901 there were valued NAVAL London. May dispatch to i Dailv News from Copenhagen says: -It. is stilted that the Germans r- captured Aiga northwest llussia. private dispatch reports a .n naval battle in the Baltic." i istry. jthe claim of .lohn McTighe in the rank 'or an ordinary creditor, be dismissed n tiie miil-joji ihe grounds thai be was a partner j just reward ror u preference in his rights ag- memorable fiuhi. when he risked iiifciHjnst defeiidan.. nolltical life To 'save the navy, ns ho ln Second case, tile claim of ihe 'applicant was postponed to that of or- dinnry creditors without determining any rights of the claimant, further than postponing: the claim. The as- signee of the estate, the B.C. Trust Co., was to have tbe costs of the issue in each case. Stick This On Your Spindle did save il nf conclude with the following summary, which is fairly full, though not quite complete: I ".Ministers Haldane, 'Lord Beauchanipe. Lord Lucas. Mr. llarcourt and Mr. Birrcll. "Unionists. enterlng-Mr. Balfonr llr. Bonar. Law. ill'. Cliamberlain and P I.T nnd Lord Derby. ''-in addition. Walter Long wHl have an ortice, if his health permits him to blow are offices to he reshtifned. lt _ "In deciding these questions, every- 1 jt. Finally, it is recognized ihing must be subordinate to tile W0 that "Arthur Henderson's inclusion as purposes of ensuring at least irre- ,.epresenting labor is indisponsa He m litical purpoaea Hi. sistible war efficiency and establish a. solid unanimity of public confi- ing" V. SOIIU luiaiiiii'ii.. deuce Otherwise the statesmen of the various uarties 'not ensure mut- ual support by combining, but would only compromise each other. "First. Mr. Asdlllth is the only pos- sible Prime Minister, in the'power of keeping together colleagues of con- trasting views and temperaments he has no rival. This qualiiy has been priceless in Ihe past to a party com- bination- it is more requisite, than ever for the efficiency of a national combination. j "If Baifcur, as is expected, becomes i the First .Lord or the by I far the best selection would have been i ng a a that beggars every political play ever put on the stage." Extra leaves 111 veutor's extension table are carried beneath the top anil raised into place for" use by turning a pair ot thumb thumb screws. INIUCHPAIN WOMAN CRIED Baltour is silk and steel. No man has more of the temper of Pitt. As a civil head of the Navy, Balfaur would com- mand the enthusiastic confidence of Ihe nation and the Empire. He 1ms already a private room at the Admir- alty, and is .thoroughly acquainted with tbe business. Churchill's Future "11V. Churchill's bieh ability and patriotic services make it out of the question lhat. he should leave the gov- eminent or the war council. He will be provided with another office. Wei should like to sec him secretary of I state for India, a post which fascinat- ed his rather, but was never so import- j ant as now. There the characteristic j part of Churchill's knowledge and Uirts would rind a more admirable] scope than in any other orrice. man advised me to try Lydia K Pink. I "Lord Orewe, It he leaves the India ham's Vegetable Compound ano! 1 prta orrice, ought to remain as president of the council. In view of the fact lhal a colossal ttnd vital-department of at-1 A wutv fairs not yet recognized, has been hone every woman who suffers like I did created since the struggle began, J E. pjnkhunfs'Vegetable. ought riot a new office be P! ,W. :LANSENG, minister ot supplies? Of such a mln- uteNo; j DakoU. T.o lllo ilw. Why will womertcontinue to softer day stored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegeta- ble Compound. Florence, So. I used to.ba very sick every month with bearing down pains and backache, and had headache a good deal of the time and very little appetite. The puins were 10 bad that I used to sit right down on the floor cry, be- cause it hnrt me so and I could not no any work at those i times. An old wo- First Man Gets Imperial Citizenship Harley Boone McElyea, plant ohist at the government telephone office here, is tiie first man in LetllbridEe to i obtain Imperial naturalization at Leth- Pcnnsylvanla under the new art. When.Ills have goue through the neces- sarv forms. "Mac" will be a British subject, not only in Canada, but all over the world, and will be recognized is such. The old Canadian naturalization law only required three years' residence in Canada, while the new law requires five. Formerly it has not been possi- ble to obtain Imperial naturalization, except under the British act. Mr. .McElyea was heartily congrat- ulated by his Honor J.ndge Jackson for his determination to become a cit- izen of the woild'8 greatest Empire. nliniSLBI Ol buyyiicai Istry George ought to lie the liead are'onrselves convinced that this wny win chanie would do more than, -anything J jn and day put or drug out a sickly, half- atiA hasten the win-i Made in Canada INCOME A YEAR Fortune of John D. Rockefeller Placed at New York, N.V.. Jlay D. Rockefeller, it was said at the bureau of Internal be called upon lo pay into the first revenue district of New .York this year nearly 000 as income tax. This amount is about 4 per cent, or the total of which the gov- ernment of the United States expects this year to obtain from tliis source. The annual income, of Mr. Rockefell- er varies rrom lo. 000 although 'in one year since the panic or 1907 Mr. Rockereller's income is said to have been Conservative estimates place the Tor tune or'the bufider of the Standard OH bottle I felt better the next month so jUmCot iue imuuc. I took three more bottles of it and got well so I could work all the time. We cannot say now else, to'rasure ning of the war. -T how deeply we hope that something will be done in that direction, but we shall return to the subject. "If we are to have slierts, shells, lo an unlimited extent, the whole industrial power or the nation.- labor and capital alike, women as well as men mutl be organized under a man or genius will) the requisite cpinhlna- j ulceration, tumors, lion of driving "power nnd.laet. ...i-. one man, for the purimso'. is. l.'icyd j George. hearted i of the joy of living, when they can flnd health in Lydia E. Pfakham'i Vegetable Compound? For thirty years it has been the stand- ard remedy for female ills, and, has re- stored the health of thousands of women who have been troubled with such ns displacements, inflammation. ii jou want, special adTice i I.ttlla Ei 1'iolliani Jtcfliclhc r.rttm. Vniii-.letterWill SUGGESTS COALITION GOVERNMENT FOR CANADA May 20-Premier Norris made his first p.nb'iic appear- ance since taking, over the reins of orrice. when he appeared at the mass meeting of Springfield Liberals, held I In Norwood. Manitoba's premier re- fcrred to the coalition government 'forming In Britain, and said "if Sir Robert Hordcn were lo approach Sir Wilfrid l.aurier with hand extender and say. ''Let us work together unti (this'war is over.' Pain sure Sir id would grnsn that'hand in a nun claimed that the halchel should i '''lie hurled at Ottawa, and emphasized.) With an'Agreement and an arrangement coiild he made to con- liiiiiiiliie lireseiH parliament until the ...war. was over. A Xurse says: "I have been a trained nurse for some flfteM recommending it to many or my patients." f. A Teacher "1 have been coffee drinker ever since lean remember. I have Been teaching-, school for sixteen years and became my school work belter. A Doctor says: I1 ft. rrni it io DroliHiit the use of coffee lor i oiien HUH ii. r Postuni will) cood nemus system and digestive, apparatus." When Hie time comes that you want to get- rid of lea'iUicl coffee troubles, change to POSTUM t. food-drink. Made of wheat, roasted witli a bit of hole- Post.iim is eiitiroly free ironi die drug, caft'eiue, and coffee, or any other harmful substance. Both POSTUM CEREAL-whicl, has to be boiled-and IN- STANT p08TyM4-m.de In the cup instantly-are deliciou., cost about ,'the same per cup. a Reason" for POSTUM IN CANADA sold by (Iroccrs everywhere. Canadian Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Windsor, Ont. ;