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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVEMBER 3, ,1917 ..nir. ummnmoE DAILI PAGE ELEVEN P Whki Produce Muiy Well Young Must Register HOWTOGUHAGAINST THIS TROUBLE lu lounectlon'TrLtfc the ol youug'mcn la Class, Ury Service Act the impression ex- ists that It la not necessary for those vrho been rejected by the medi- cal board (o lesktet whatever. This Is a wrong Impression aud youus meu arc f-tlvised thai It U necessary to register wheltor tUey hive been re- jected or cot. A heavy penalty Is placed those who do not register so that men who liavo not yet register- "FRUrr-A-TlYES" Frek wUl Protect Autointoxication means self-poison- ing, caused by continuous or partial constipation, or insufficient tctioa of tho bowels. -1 Instead of (ho refuse matter passing diily from tho it Is absorbed by tho blood. AztLtcsulliMetfiJrtfj-saaJ SAirtarf overworked, in iheir (o rid Ilia blood of this poisoning. Poisoning of thc blood causes Indigestion, Loss of Appetite tod Disturbed Stomach. It may pro- duce Headaches aud Sleeplessness. may irritate ike Kidnevs and bring on Pain in the Bjek, Rheumatism, Gout, and Ilhcumalic Paing. It'is tlio chief cause of u-holc sj'SffHI unfeafMr by ilic constant absorp- tion luto the blood cf (his rcfuieni alter. "fru i (-a-fives'' afavj'S turf A ufo- into.rifQtian or BcU-poisoning "Fruit-a-i.ves acls gently on bowels, kiJoeys and slrcagtlicns tho bowels and lonti up thcncryous system. 50c. a box, C for triiV At all dealers or sentyi postpaid'oh rcceiptof price by rruil-fl-UvcaLimited, OlLma. cd aro urged lo do so as soon as pos- bavn One week from today. Saturday, registration up-jcr the Military Ber- vlco Act closes, end Postmaster J la in- ly Is expecting a great rush during silling! any of (Haas had not iifevloualy appKcd. lor osenip- lion to the pO-Kraasler be- fore the board. however, all of Class 1 bo able to only those. who'. Are DUtlffcd by.-lbe jirovlucUl rceiulrir will allgwed lo eppeir before (lie 'The tribunals will sit dally, except Sun- day, until December 10th. As Intimated yesterclas- Ilia sittings of (ho medical examination board hero crteadeJ Into Dccoaber. Tiey will ell OL Thursday and Friday or each wecfe till December 7th. The aro Nov. Sin and 9th, 15th and ICth, 22lli] and 33rd, 23th and 30th, and Dec. Gill, anil 7th. The board had The uext seven daya. Registration a husy day hero Krfda> when an add! locally passed the 400 mark today. Alllonal COG men >vere bring- LEI CWEI8" LK UffiBi BOIIS Dwit Mty Conatfei Uok, WKh'Bid Breath and Menmh Sour, Off. llio last meet- ing o! Sexton Crccli Local 1. V. A., ttio secretary read to Hie members a bid aod foul prwth, can't >ra til- low, narrou iad upset, bothered with. or An yoa ItMping TOUT bowels clean iriUi Cuctnti or merely forcing ultfl, caifcAHJo pills or castor oil? you sleep; remove' tlia fenntntlos food and total exemptions have beon ap (lug I lie total up to U4 for tlie 2 foul Uke tho eicesi blU from piled for-wMla 83 have applied for The meq cxunlned yesterday aver- tha Href ud cirry out ot the Butem service, bringing, (bo total lo WI. aged lilgL, and Indications ajo thai, ill the matter and That noil week should brtag the total LelhbrJJge will yield about 60 per near tUo thousand jaark Is expericj coot ot A2 men out o( those la Class 1 under lliu Military Service Act. In Uie A. Casearrt will Rtralghten you out %T 10-ceat bos from any druf will keep your stomach and bo we Li regular, for Don't forget .tho children. They lore C as tints be- those who are Interested In llie application of Die act hero. Great Delay Tht Tribunals Porl Arthur, Out., Xov. NcsL week wJH also bo an Import-1 bers of local mlnttary tribunals lietU aul week in Iho annals of Ihe war as a meeting (hfs mornlug aad after- It affects Canada .'for on Thurbday, wards gave to the press a Blatement, irlpo or October Slh Pie exemption tribunals'thai delay in refi-'slerlce or claiming will commence (lidlr work. Dr. 'Cony- cierapllon under tUo MJlllary Service licarc and Syntonds hold Act was referred to as serious. The their first session on Thursday fore- statement called attention of tlie men noon lu tho post office building, third concerned to tho advisability of i-eg- floor. For Iho frst three days 'of Ihi! Islering Immediately. Copenhagen, Nov. Vim Wendl, representing Finland lias pro- posed to American Minister Morris here a plan under which Germany, In the event that she occupied Fin- land, could ho prevented from seizing Hour nnil .other provisions which (lie Finns wish to oLlain from the United Slates. This plan is to unload the ships Bl Narvik, Norway, and ship (hem by rail lo Klruna, In Sweden, nt the Finn.9 border, where they would he placed In warehouses, Lo he Ecnl on Lo Finland In weekly rations. Sweden has agreed lo forego acy compensation for perm mine transit. Imposing BB only the condition that I he U lifted States shall provide cqal and lubrJcaUng ell for use In see the provisions across the country. The siliiatton in Finland lg even worse than has been predicted. The crops are two-thirds nclow normal.} ONLY SMALL FIRE. Now Orleans, La., Nov. dlspalclies" received here.' from Shrcveport shortly before noon Etat- that thc lire at Oil City, La., caus- ed only silent damage anil thai U was control at 11 a.ia. The authori- ties.bellcfe II was o[ Incendiary "or- igin. Coal May Get Another Jump in Price Very Soon 'Don'l-lie surprised It coal eels as-1 Ing ttie last quarter (hero waa an In- ohtcr Joll on Us upward journey In llie crease of over Ions la Ihe Mm. Oct. iStb, the 'members decided lo give a dance anil entertainment. vvith 11m result tliat was raised unJ sent to help the jjJrk and dowu close to what they call Imaginary boundary line, 'and wo liefore llils vfar cuds, such a lino will be as- t a belied between all countries of Iho vip or Icl EO all'mankind cau'Lave liberty. and'huimnlly a Eafe place to live- The nore we Iitlp the sooner we will brine ttral condillon about have had a fine fall ior out- door work, as 4 jTBull more fall plow- ing has beRn dnna than ever to to re. and we expect to try aud do c to l.clp feed the allies. We 1 niaullc oT BQOW on tlie ground novf. which, gives jiTomtse of abund' anco of moisture next spring. aro very short of coal hare, we are hop- ing (lie mines get busy and ship us a few care so'on. BAKER'S COCOA IS PURE Purity in cocoa means carefully selected, scrupulously cleaned cocoa beans, scien- tifically blended, skilfully roasted, and the excess of. fat removed, reduced to an extremely fine powder by a strictly mechanical process, no chemicals being used, the finished product containing no added mineral matter. AND IT HAS A DELICIOUS FLAVOR The demand for high class sliceji, in Southern Alberta Js enormous as the heavy; sales of recent dale shows. J. If. the Ilderlon, Oat., Archdeacon Vornoret ol All Saints church, Hamilton, Out., ,ls in llio city a suesj at St. Augustlu's rectory, and [will pTcacli In ILe mornlnG at eleven 'o'clock al St. AuEiistln's church and baa learned the fact to his Hie evening it St. Cj'prlan's. Arch- Trade'TKfirk on every genuine p Booklet of choice recipes Made only by WALTER BAKER CO. Limited Montreal, Can. Mass, Gtlablishcd 17SO CAN'T :FFER SERVICES. Vorilrcil, Nov. No Caiiaaian olfkers may In future oflcr llielr aer- point lint ivay. It appears as if cost at raliiestt'oujj thc cost of dellrory yom also get a boost, for Iho coal dealers ago. tfon also. A few days ago lie Eecured 'deacon Fornbret is accompanied by a carload of purebred rams from Iho C.inon Gould and they arc making a vices to tho American government for Ia.kJnE east which he disposed of wllhout liif-1 study of j he Indian school problem. Instructional or oilier, purposes, ellli- age of the blgli wages and consequent- ;jculty_, This mgrning bo staled to llic They will vls.l the Blood Ilcscrvc, er directly or through tlie UritiEli om- Horald-.that berhad just secured an-jaod tho others in the south. bassy at Washington, Trora tills time on. There has Leen such a super- L tbey did a couple'ot years Lasl year Alberta produced 4, here nro complaining that they arc tons ot coal. This year, la charglnn no more lor delivery today than llicy were four years ago. As a result ot the recent aJvauec In miners' wages by 20 ceuts a day, the Gall' Colleries raised their cents The Herald epitc of the striVes, there aro Indica- that tho exceeded. 10IG figures Trill he [r prices 15 present tfi understands besl t OnUrlo 8t, Toronto, Ont, SPECIAL AQENTS, J. 0, Klglnbotham Co., Ltd. rhronlc djspepsla, Indigestion, ufl' therefore., dare ari {bpporl'.lnlty' Of til those bail attacks ot a all Stone hearing one ol programs Colic appear, then they reallie what ever given In Lc'ltibrldgo and at (he Is Iho' trouble. out ot every same'lime be assisting- a. worthy hundred Dtraons who htTe Gall Stones cause. stiver, collection be knoir It Procure today at the doorq on entering jinil it .fivold an opentlen. Cuabe hoped'tho piiblfer will' both their appreciation and generosity by present and giving! llbcjallyi Critics throughout British Colum- a have united In saying that tho lIolllnSMead'concert'C6.', ia tho fin- est organization ot its hind that ever toured I through their territory, la! UK Bhotw our s-'v- J projrammt! What, of the 1 Srirgcant, and Harold Jlollilishciiil. Mlnoi Chopin. Gcrald'M'oore. o( Hsrbld Hoi- llnshcad. rend your (from csohn Ilcdteru Ifolllnshead. "Impromptu" Chopin .....La Kllciiso" naif Nocturno" Chopin I Gerald Moora Reckoning" Service. "Tho Watchman Squire Hnrold, U. Holllnshearf. "AvpO Kdhn (b) Ball The Ilolllnshcad l-'allh Loolfa Up io and Harold aOB SAVE TUB KISO. When the Purchaser Sees .Tho finlsho'l stono wo have1 .mnilo nt Jits onlor he Is nlvrnyj asked It ho wlthlta any dclnlls niMcrt (o Carving transferring Iho monument to the cemcterr. Very rarely nro nny' changes' or (ulclltlbns >Vhcn hava (Inlaticd tho Work a monument tt la about na nerfecl skill con obtain BcrlcctWn, v Ifclhbridfe Monumental Stone Work. R, Ncfdt, Prep. 9. (bj (CO Constantinople, KOT.I Am Ills jrand yizler, read the Bpeectffrom t! Lhronu'at the opening of-the Turkish parliament. The Sultan In his mes sage snld: "Our brave armies have heroically repulsed repeated attacks which the wfth strops forces, 110 took oh Turkish territory agalnjit thi aVii ;Iront "1 firmly hope that rfty-braye ai will, '-with God's help, chaap again across tho frontier the enenv forces which, utilizing tho allualloi on other fronts haVc occupied a por tion ot our territory fn Mesopotamt and In the Caucasus." Referring- to tho American declar atlon' ot war on Germany, Ilie Eulta In tho speech from Die throne, spit) the ground of .p.ur alliance w also were forced to break off rela tlons.wlth the United Stales." The speech referred to the growln Intimacy ot Turkish the central allied powers and assure them that Turkey, would hold t Iho end WMNEVCR I Me the VCIEPTW print I want to PUH SOMtBODVS hair, I DONT RIIEVE In using Uw' DICTIONARY AS STUMBLING BtOCK for the TOIKS AT home a elsewhere. ,v t HEARD B woman MJ YOU CAN DO BETTER- at HEN I.SON OnDTS i SHOES NORTH- LE7HBRIDCE 1C OOOP WITPIOW." HAW was redly becatihl BUT Hill tuipitp IMC skk.' Tours for buuiUful htur, y ol Lacombe hanUllne the hammer, many. that (his Is not satisfactory lo other i A oneclal official is now stationed In The sale takes place nest Thursday" milted between the. United Slates mines In Uie district apd another jump! this district taking the weights ot alii adernoon ct 1 o'clock, with Mr. Pais- ami, Meilco City for relav to Gcr- whlch will put domestic coal at ?5 ton or over, f.o.b. cars it the.mine, Is being talked of. In the meantime the tmnerB of Al- berta are making hay. while-, (he sun shines.' They are .raising more coat loaded cars of coal, and urging the mine officials to load cars lo.tho limtt allowed by the law, which is IfTne'r cenl overload. All 30-ton cars are carrying 33 tans while 50-ton cars are being loaded as high as 60 tons, fc than over In the history o( the pro-j this way the, transportation company Ince. Official figures show'that dur-jls overcoming on.v danger -of car __ affecting the coal supply ot the prairies this .winter. .7- I. Todiy' Is pay day In the mines ind It Is estimated that easily Is being distributed In tur. city. Hulty of officers in Canada that'they could hot all be used aiid It has trans- pired that a number of th'eni have been endeavoring to offer their ser- vices lo the United States govern- ment. This has led lo communica- tions from to headquar- ters at Ottawa. by prompt': aijlloii at Ottawa .wllh in- struction that' hereaftey-. any" 6ffIc'ers dcsirJng lo J: i sWvIces should Jo so tlirough thc recognize( channels. The- I riNTER cold 'and 'drifting snow" do'noV'mar" the, cpmfqrt of motoring in a Ford Sdap, protects you weather at altime8. -t -_._- winds cannot blow you and. 'be entirely shut out, while ,'oii watni', 1 days the'.vyindows may. be lowered, so, that the air circulates freely. a dignified-business and family Sir It gives the. tf citorist the u tmost protection and comfort. Simply to ride in it, is.tq want it. Touring Runabout. Goupelet' Sedan F. 0. B. FORD, ONT. FORD GARAGE A. P. Warner i? I Dealers, Lethbricige Z. ;