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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGCTKH THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY. HERALD SATURDAT. APRIL 13, lOfI ' Wm Allen Enemy Who Had Failed to Report For Two Years W DEATHOFWILSON IQVE TRANSHrATION FACHillES, COAL w. A. BackMM Sa.vs Coal WoaM Bt Arailablc if TnuMportatioB The d�ath oecanM tMa monlnc et loha 0�org� Broknwa, M*d 58, one of tli� �Mt kaowB tMSMn of th� WU-MO BMlac district Th� lat* Mr. Brohaua on Frtdar owmlac wm trickm with iMr�lr�la wkicb aff�et�l kit brain and death orertook blm wltktn 24 hoort. Dacaaaad hai Hrad In the Leth-kridc* diatrlct i^aca IM*. oomlac her* from Oiwlfk. Out. whm he ma, kom. He to ahrkited br a lomwias! widow aad ftaSH of two bora aad two f(rto. Mr. U H. Bartk of North Oatario. Mta, JBIui Seaaoakl ot L�tt-brtdc^ aad AenMia^ n.t Alti. both ot Lethbrtdlp.' The fttfeeral will take place from Fetterly'a parlora on Sondar afternoon at 2.45 to St. Patrick* church where serTlcee will be conducted bf Rev. Father XcCaftbrjr. Interment la St. Patrick'a cemetery mlilllNDED Relves In th>> city this morning � ei-elveil word that Pte. John Stedman Smith had befn disabled in action and is now In thr Armstrong, in rhargc ot operation In Diatrlct Nu 18. have been lailfd to Ottawa to confer with c. A Marrath. fuel coatroller on mnttprst connected with the ooal' I output of tiie province. Raatem representative* of local ailaee will attend the conference, which srlU be held on WVdnPKilny next. ' In (he meantlaie little has been ac-; loiiiplmhed by Commttaloner Armstrong by way of settlinc the strlks in the Federal mine here and th^ locsl oftlcinls of the mine belleee that noth-; \ ing will be accomplished until after I the Ottawa conference. | Manager Mack atate* that Coramis- ll on two charges to run concurrently. Charlea MatentatdL �n Austrian, one of the Federal strlkera, la th� man. He waa arrested by Detective Lobb of the Mounted Police. Firearma were found in hia possession and hf was alao charged with failara to report to the police authorities thoosrh ii prisoner of war oa parole. He appeared before Inspector Chaney who imposed the sentence. Matentsuk has failed to report to the police for two years. W. 8. Adaaa. who for the past eight years haa been a resident of Leth-brldBb. fee the greater portion of wMtab tlaw he has been connected wlfk Rylaada and Co., is tearing nezi w�Mt to take over the Imperial Dry Ooodk.Co. store at Moose Jaw. one of tfce HMdlng dry goods and ladies raa^Mo^Maar eatablisbments in that city. Mr. Adamt is recognised as one of the aieat capable dry goods' men ia th* city and a host of friends will be sorry to hear of hia departure He has'alao been^one of the leafiers in the BUtniner sjibrt of lawn bowling and waa one of the man who introduced the gam* here. , J. H Oormie of Jerry Robinson and : Co. Wimipeg. is coming next wepk ' to talcf .Mr. Adams' place with By-. lands and To Mr. Cormie comes from one of the largest stores in Winnipeg and is very highly recommend- f HOUSES BURNto Ftaltimore. Apr. 12.-Nearly a score of rac* boraea aro reported to hare perished in a fire which destroyed several stables at Bowie Race Track last night. The fire Is said to have been confined to the stables. Ottawa. April IS - In the sftnat-yestTday there w.i� a debate upon the Rttmutatinn of Canadian Shipping This was brought on by Senator Mr-Lensan who called attrntion to the nece.s-sity for the pncoMragamnnt of a permanent sinpbuitding in(1u!r'v duttlon of Bieel from whirh ships roiild be biiiU bad not received n direc anewer from t^e government. It had. however, received a most dis couraging indire'^; answer in the state ment that the (fovernmeiit had cnn-trarted with a firm in Nova Scotia for all the ship plate.s that Canada would require for the ne.t' tl\> years and that there was nu need for any uii>-else to apply. He said ihtrrf- wa� no possibility of an unaided firm lompeting with the Nova Scotia firm which had r"iriv-ed bonuses in the past. The debate was adjourned. In a disctttalon on fuel ahortaga la the Honae ot Oommons oa April 3 Hansard reporU W^. A. Buchanan, M. P. for Lathbrldge, as making the following obacnrattons; "I do not represent a part of the country that la suffering from fuel shortage; In our part of the country we have All w* require and are able to supply a good portion ot Waetera Canada. Bat I would like to otter a suggestion to the OoTernment, aad It relates aoaewhat to the queatioa ot anthracite ooal menUoaod br ar hon. friend from Calgary (Mr. Tw*e-die). The mines of Western Canada unquestionably could supply the de-manda of Western Canada, 4f the transportation facilities were amiable, and if we oould always be sure ol the condition* of the labor market. Given those conditions, all the anthracite coal at preaent going into Manl toba and parte of Saskatchewan could go to Ontario, for instance, where the shortage Is the greatest. But it Is necessary first of all to make sure of the transportation facilities in order to get coal from the mines of Alberta east to the prorlace* of 8as katchewan and Manitoba. It la alao important that the labor market !�>io�ild be assured all the year round. Th* chief difficulty with the minea ol Western Canada at present ia that they are not sure of an all-the-year round market, month in and month out. and until that Is remedied it will be impossible to have a steady supply of labor, because miners are dissatisfied if they can secure only four or fire months' work with one mine owner, and during the rest of the year have to look around for em pIo.yment at other occupa)iot�. If we could arrange to provide the mines of Westera Canada with the entire Western Canada market, it would assist to a grest extent in meeting the labor situation. Ot course, there has been the difficulty that Western Canada coal has lost some ot Its fuel value when in storage, and I dealers have not been anxious to ^ store it for that reason, but diacov-I eries have been made that seem to | prorafse success, and I would suggest' ; to the Covernment that thoy inciiiiro i ' inin these remedies riiher tliroujfh the Cor,�ervation Com-; iiii.-i.-iion or through the Kuel Control-^ ler's Depurl.Tienf. Dnce the storatif ' difficulty is overcome it will he po.-.-siblo for the dealers throughout th�-prairie provinces to acc|U difficulties 1 have inentiunnd I ' c ould bo ovprconip."'Western Canada : could s'lpply the demands of ail On- ; lariii 1 believe Of courcp. Ouiarii) ia acf u:'tompci to using a hard (cjal,, ancl \vp are ai customed to using h i coal !>iat is c.illcd noft, but it suits our piirposp ill cvpry resppct. and 1 I am .-iure .(Ontario vuM^d find il quite, useful, esppctally to meet shonaKes' of the Icind that occurred during laat i ! winter. � SHOT WHILE TRYING TO ARRB8T DRAFTEES len Palkeman dleeeg* M*L*ed Sudbury. Ont. Apr. llr-Ownln- was ah*t In th* body and isga early tlila aterninfl whan h* at-tempted t* round up a Freneh-C4itsdlAn aeiaed Whie*el, n*ar K*a*f�ela,-4tn#er the Military 8*r- vie* A�t, Th* hooting oeeurr*d at on* v�. m.. and it wa* *lth% o'cleek this momlng bsfer* medK cat aid r*ach*d him. Hia eondl* tiort Is eritioal. FREIGHT lECK fFrom Our 0�-ri ri>rr�sr>ond�nt> C.ra.�y Lake, Apr. 12.-A freight train east-bound waa bsdiy wrecked at y o'clock Thursday morning about a mile east of town. The passenger trains were held up till about 6 o'clock in the evening when the track was cleared and traffic resumed. Things were pretty badly piled up on either side, one box car lays upside down in the dlf(Ji. twn box cars are smashed to kindfing wood. A car of sacked wheat is scattered over ItU) ground. A car of lumber la scattered snd broken. The wrecking train which arrived about noon, soon got the track cleared and are still working at the scene ot the wreck. Fortunately no one was hurt. ONEFOUR NEWS (From Our Own Correspondent) Onefour, April Mr. and Mrs. David Ormiston returned Thursday from a visit to^he Hat. J. V. WetheTell aad fanlly are again with us after apeading the winter south. i Prank Chiabolm ie awklag irepar-ations to move th* W1ilt*sel home outo his claim. L4irt week a prairie tire swept over th* spot where he In-(ends to put It, and oBly the prompt action of Mrs. James Foster saved a pile of new lumber lying there. T. L. I>uncan ban been re-appolntad postmaster by the civil service commission, and moved the poatottlce to his residence on section 36, Samuel cruBH has takaa the Job of carrying the* mail from .Manybarrles throagh n�f�Mir lo Sage Crerge is Rlala Stsotohit answered Mr. IfacKay. Lethbridga Charter Th* l.' lo t;ilk with Mr. \V. (J. Kcid. a veterau of the Fonian Raid, and probably the only man wiio liax sprvnl nearly half � century as a comnienial Irsveller in Canada. Hsle lirartv, and with the smooth, c!ntliu�iiisni a� h  tplls you of the ficlifing in the Peninn liaii!, nf his travi'tit in run.i along with blra a liberal >iiip[ily of (iin Pills, to which he crediti bis remarkable health. A� a matter of faet, it was beeanw of his stout reliance on Oin Pills that the writer sought Mr. H�iJ in his ofllca in Hamilton, where he is still a guiding pirit in half a doien caterpriiM. In annrer to th* qoestlon bow ba vme to try Oin Pills, the veteraa laid: can hirdly tell you how long it In inee I waa flmt 'arB�d about my Kidneys, Travelling in Canada forty years ago wna very differeat from th� way you came dowa to Hamilton to-day, with your corridor traini, Pullman and rhair eari and flna meal* (erred on the traiai, "Wk�B I itartcd oa tba road, it oft�a meant behind aa old livery atabfe naif, riding through alt weathrra aad putting up with whatever aeeommodation could tie found. I would often lad myself � doubled up with paint acroM the back. I was seldom frea for a day from th� aehea, and at sight rest was disturbed Bi Is often tba ease with thoM luffering from Kidna/ troubit. "I worried abont my baaltk, aad It was made eloar to me that if I did aot get my kidneyi in better shape Diabetea or Bright'i Dlioaia would Inevitably follow. "I Mw tba b�it tectoti of iYu, iaj, and took their advice aad medicines without any real benelt. Followiag their instructions, I have triad a chaaga of climate-half a down change*-bat if I got aay beaeflt at all It wai beeaaie of (be rest, and I an not tba reatiag kind. *' For yeart I took ny Iffb ia aiT fcanfla iplng ahead travelliog, both here ia Canada and in trips to tha Old Country, alwaya tortured by my bach aad kid aeya, with my Ua� swelling aad my kharklfi growing bad. "Then one day-it mu*t he fully fif-tri'n years aKettef all. thu time. "By the time I had takelTeight boaee I could honestly say I was eured. Was r .Jeiightedf Why, say, I could work with my old time vim once iffora, and aleep right through the night wlthont trouide. Furthermore, my draad of, Diabetes and Bright'* Dlseaaa waa goa* forever. "I knew I bad found in Oin Pills tba conqueror of Ridafy Disease, and whenever since then, a* a man of my yeara must expect, there has been any symptoms of the Kidneys not acting properly, out eonicH my box of fliu PilN and tae trouble nerer las a elUlnce to develop. "Yon can taiaglBe I felt pretty grata-fnl for the relief afforded me, and determined to recommend Qia Pilti at very opportunity. And you will belisva I have had some opportunities. Duriag the last ten year*, though ia luy seventies, I have l>een leiive on the road from Halifax to Vancouver, and I very mtteb doubt that what with my road work, B�7 service ia tho Fonian Itaid of '60, and mv long association with lodge work, whether you could And a doaen maa la Canada with mora personal aeqtiaiat* Bucea than I have, 'Train men e�r.aclaily Beem to !> subject to Kidney trouble, anc) many a coniluetor has takaa my ndvica laganMag Oin Pills, aud thanked me for li 'Wkea I remember what I endured through Kidney trouble and Bbaumatlam; aad the freedom from those which I now oa-Joy, I feel it aot only a dutr but a nlaasuro to recommend din Pills to mj thousands of aerswal frlaad* tkTOi)ghnt Deptew baa maas til* sa^rama sacrifloa. la giving tki* iutanrlaw Mr. lt�i be purchBsed withcaualeonfldenea. Too price is SO' cents a box or 8 boxes for f2,00, sold by all dealers oa the under* atandiag that if you do not derive satl>> faction your money will be returned. Even though you, personally, may have little faith in Oin Pills', remember that other* who have been eurad wera e%UBlly doubtful of obtaining reaulta until they aetnally tried Oin Pilii. If you, or any of your friends, hava any of tha following indications of kidney or bladder tronble, try Gin Pills: Backache, Swollen Joints, Stiffneis of the Knees, Rheumatism, Paios aeroia tba Kidaey* or througb tho Qroins, Diailaai* on Btooping, Oonstant Head-bAim, Vrinary PiMrdera, Btune, Gravel or laflamniBtion of tha Dladdtr, Lumbago or Sciatica. Writo for free sample to tha Katlonal Drug and Chemical Co. of Canads, Limited, .Toronto, Canada, or io V. N. addraas, Ka-Dru-Co., Int., S0� Mala St., Buffalo, V. Y, Ut ;