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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1913 T E t.E T H H U I) G E D A 11, Y Suffered Terribly Until She Took "Froii-a-tives" St'. JlUN MATUA, JAN. ayth. 1914. "After suffering; for a long time with Dyspepsia, I have been cured by, J suffereu' su much that I would not dni- cat for I was afraid of (lying. I'ive years ago, I received samples of J did not wish to try them for 1 liaii little confidence in them hut, seeing my husband's anxiety, t decided to do so and at once I felt relief. Then 1 sent for three boxes and I kept improv- ing until 1 was cured. While sick, I lost several pounds, but after taking I quickly regained irhal I had lost. Now I sleep and digest a word, I am completely cured, thinks to MADAM M. CHARBONNEAU Pruit-a.lives" is the greatest ttomach tonic in the wcrld and will alwayscure Indigestion. Sour Stomach, Dyspepsia and other Stomach Troubles. 50C. a box, 6 for trial sine, zjc. At' all dealers or sent on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. People's Forum AKE THKY SOOX'TO LEAVE TIIE1K POSTS! ENEMY DROWNS RUSSIAN CAPTIVES I'etrGgrad, May Germans are accused of brutality In their treal- ment or Russian prisoners. It (a re- ported that they drowned one party of captives in tlio San. and thai five Rus- sian prisoners were shot by a German officer. Another story is told of a Cos- sack who escaped to the Russian lines after having his ears snipped anil strips of Hesli cut from his sides for refusing to give Information as to the Russian positions. On the Narevr. the Germans have for the first time in this campaign made use of asphyxiating yages. ALLIES' PACT WITH ITALY Home, May following is the liasis oi agreement between the Allies nnd Italy, according to a statement in the Giornale d'ltalia: II) Annexation to Italy of Trentino, Islria. Pola. Flume, Xara and Dnlma- tia uii to tlie river. Annexation to tally of the Dod- ccanesso (an archipelago of 12 units "icred the tlalians in their war with the Turks three years (31 Annexation of Vallonn and of surrounding territory. (4) Rectification of the occidental confines of L-ybia, assigning to Itn'Jy a vast extension of Tnnesia. (u) Constitution of an independent Croatlon states under the rule of a Hi) Annexation to Italy of a por- tion of thu Ottoman empire to the Ital- ian inhabitants. '71 Participation of .Italy In the of the German colonies. PROHIBITION PROHIBITS j To tlic Editor of .Tho Henild: I'rohlbltion does nut prohibit-- 1. WIIHII Ihe prohibition law In crime i and defective, us hi Illu euriy days of j temperance reform; 2. When I lie law is good, but the government does not provide the ma-1 ichlncry for enforcing it, .O.K., the Wciiiliin Ac! and Scott Act of the past j generation In Canada: j i :i When tlic 'iaw in wood and tile ma- I j chlnery adi'iiuato, but the officials are. I not iu'sympathy with tho law and will I not enforce It.' This 1'ns happened somellmes in the American States and luryer cities; Wlion the lawMs defective, the cfl'iclals often slack in enforcing it. and I lie people indifferent or hqstlle to It i-s being imposed upon them with- out their consent. Such was the case with the law in forco In the Northwest Territories of Canada 25 years ago. Hut prohibition prohibits whore (here is an up-to-date prohibitory 'law. hacked by the majority of the and administered, honestly by the of- ficials. i l i'roliihitloii prohibits in the local i option areas in Ontario. Quebec anil I New UruuBwIck. Bach year sees the I law more widrfv extended and better Very seldom now is the liiiuor party able, to pull off a repeal in any district: 5 Prohibition prohibits III the prov- inces of Nova Scotia and Prince hid- ward Island, where the provincial law is practically tlie same as that being submitted to tlic electors of Alberta on July 21. Says Hon. Benjamin Rog- ers Lieut -Governor of P.B.I., In a let- ter'written from Government House, Charlottotown. on February lu. tain: who claim the Act has been a failure are those who wish it to be a failure nrunkeuncss is rare. Pauperism is a inine of the past; prosperity is manifest of every band, and there is evidence of home com- tons educated growth, and other blessings that were very rare 40 or all years ago." 3. Prohibition prohibits in Bussis, where It has been in force now about four months. Lloyd George quotes M. Bark, the Russian Minister of H'inance, as saying; "To return to the old con- dition's in the Empire would produce a revolution." I. Prohibition prohibits in the "dry" States of tlie American.Union. For the last fifty years every gov- ernor of the State of Maine, with three exceptions has declared that prohibi- tion has largely contributed to tiie moral, the social and the economic wel- fare of the State. Says Governor Capper of Kansas; "Kansas offers the strongest, most convincing proof of the wide-spread and far-reaching benefits a saloon- less State. Kansas' successful enforce- ment of prohibition laws makes it the first duty of the Kansas people to en- sage in' active agitation and propa- ganda for making this a saloonless na- Governor Burtle of North Dakota: "Under prohibition the people of this State are better better clothed, These Daily Aids! On the Ir-n Is Jamre W. (iorard. T'.S.Ambassador to On Von Ucrnstorff, Gorman Ambassador to America. any, and Count nlll anxlotiils Kidney Trouble? .The waste material which the Kidncyo are intended to remove from the blood, if allovtsd to accumulate m the system, poison the blood and thut produce deleterious effects. If from over-work, exposure to cold, or. some local injury, the kidnejs bc-cohie LOngtSted or ninamea and t-annot piy-form their functions, the system becomes filled w ith uric poisoni Wlienever a dull, heavy pam is felt over the reeion oi the kidneys (or any length of time, ai compamcd by a sallow compieiion, loss of appetite, decrease of weight, and a puffy condition unMr llieUvca and in the ankles, a chronn. inflammation of the kidneys must be suspected, and it not rcllcied prompt i chromr Bright Disease will develop Abbej i Kffervcacent Salt, solrt cwrvwhere at 23c and which is a Iliurciic as well as an Aperient, will tarrv out of the system the poisonous, material which ths hdm.ys rid of ind will relieve the congestion of the Sold by J, D. MlgmbotUjnj 4 ;