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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 0^ THE LKTHBHIDCiE )e daily HEBALD i ^WHITE /mi \ DOMINIOM/ LARGEST ,,":L� CANADA SUMMER SERVICE Mjiiitraal, Liverpool Tuiiotilr,  sat. Oct. 5; Sat. Nov. 2 Uiurculls, Sat. Oct. 12; Sat. Xov. !� CunmlB. HRLOct. '.S: Sat. Nov. lb MHQtltle. Bat. Oct. 26, Sal, Nov IS ' ' CHNia'TMAS SAILINGS Portland, Halifax, Liverpool From From Porllind H�llt�x Laureiitki? ........Dec. 7 pec. 8 Canada..........2' Dec. J2 ^ WHITK STAR ^ vJJS.YSrij ��u�en�towii, Liverpool, CBT.TIC, aallli.,.s. Thi.,HO�y�. Ntw Vark, Wvmouth, Cherbouca, _ _ Southampton. *. �. Olympic. �,3a4 tone . Uarreai In the world  OCHAMTIC. MA.IEaTlC, TECTONIC �atllncx every Saninliiy. r rsblnl. AK- l�1l|titly%)__^_ P---:-amUiTcan \n��v York. Plymouth, Cherbo.irB. ST S^'V-niMS. NEW tOBK. Pl�i,ADBUPHIA. aallU*.'* "^""^Ailantlc Treneport NawVora-London Direct SaSmrc Saturdaya. Rati Star Line New -Ark. Daver, Antwerp SiUUnr* !*turday� to Ootobsr 19. ' BerthilS""* f�'- Book tar Sailtnati are now open. Book earlv^nOlaeciire beat looat pns. tl"n tS ^firay or attamehlp agenu Faaaenceri Aseiit, .t3S Main St., �"nnipeir.'Phone Main 1924. LOCAL MEN ARE NOT GIVEN WORK OAS FITTERS' UNION WRITES ABOUT INSTALLATION OF NATURAL GAS LAST SAILINGS St. L�wr�nc� Ports MONTREAL and QUEBEC VIA EMPRESS OF IRELAND Friday, Nov. 15 LAKE M(CHIGAN Sunday Nov. 24 WINTER Excursion Rates li We Mlf, In. [ RESERVE BERTHS NOW Karly applicants get greater cholue Rslct, Details, Literature from any Railway Agent J. S. CARTER. Gen'l Agent 210 Portage Ave., Winnipeg WERE SHORT ON FUEL D0UKH060RS CAUSING TROUBLE Editor I.othbriiiec Herald, .Sir,-Kimlly allow vis tlirougli Ihe nicdiiiiii of your paper (o sny a fi'w words in eoiiiu'ction with Ihp installing of pas in this city. The Tana-dian Western N'aliiral (ins Co. liavihg brought tlir gas to l,ct,hbiidgc, peo pie ootibidenug using it nnUirally in.iKe cnqiiirics at Ihelr office for particulars rcgjarding its installation. We, Lot'^l Union No. 34S ol Plumbers. Giishlti'is, Stratnhtter.s and Sf^-antitters' IlHlpcrs, of I nilwl I'tal .St earn titters' flelpor.s, of United States and Ciitmda, avi- infonned than property holders have been told by the cmiipany's representative that it required experts to instal the ' t he pipes, M'ho arc to ho brought from Dallas. Texas, as the local men liav-iug no experience io tlial clase of work, were incompetent. When stories like the above are told to a credulous public by the peopW who are the means pf briiigins a public utility lo their doors, the public iiivainably believes Ibem, aiwl as a cKinsequsnce the cmnpairy derives the betictU. Everyone knows l))Bt whether it Is nian-iifuctured or natural gas that is tobw-installeil, it is simply gas-tiltiui;, and' we have the inipressioa that of the! two, natural gas is tlie simpl*st. | We do not wish to discriminate against any llrm. Our purpose in writing this letter is to let the people know,, especially those who lhave been already misinformed, ibat nieiu-btTS of the abo^e local union are just as capable of installing gas pipes in houses as any of the company's men, and at Ihc same tinff hope that a share of the work will come to those towhom it ri(i;btfully belongs. Trusting we are not encroaching too much on your valuatde space, and thanking you in anticipation, wa beg to reraalti, no all hope and retuae lo lisleu lo an/onc thercatier. .>lap[jily, X am in a positiuu now to Uemun-�Irate to auftcrers at my own cxpeuke tliat 1 have a medicine that rurcK thcae diiease:). 1 don't ask tlu-ni In spend atiy money to find out; I don't ajsli thcni to Lrlievu ine, nor even to take the word of reliable people, but all I 'Kk is that they allow me to scud them the medicine at my own cosl. Tliat is wircly fair. To t)ii� end 1 have �et ajde ten thousand ftoilara, wlu'ch wilt be u^ed to couipuuud my medicine. Miicii of it in ready now to be tent onl, all of it fresh and standard. Tlieie �ill be enough for ull sutfererH, thouKh tliure be thouiMinds of tliem. And anyone v,'tio Bccda it can get nome of it free. But in order that 1 shall Icmiw that you have a disease for which thix medicitic la intended, 1 ask yon to aend me some of your leading pymptoniB. If you hove any of the synipt^nis In the �  � � ' -...... I Adelaide, Aus.. Oct. 8.-The active I policy of making Ibe laiid available for settlement by the means of the con-strucUon of new railiVays and Irrigation 11 nd reclamation works must result in the opening up of avenues of profitable emproynient for thousands of settlers. In ihfs connoctiou the government are having investigations I made as to whether suitable seltlera i cannot be drawn from Ihe tiriie ti.xpli'ed soldiers In India. Speaking on this subject the com-missioner of cro'.yn lands and imuii-I gration. the lion. K. W. Votiii.^ said that Mr. Tothiil, an orchardist and tanner of some pears standing, had gone to India and ou behalf of the gove-rnuient would make enquiries toucerning time exiiired soldiers whether suitable men were.avall-i-.ble for the stale. "11 was proposed that. tha,v sbuold be drawn from the horse artillery aiicl cavalry regiments which 'would"'be a Siiarantee that they were usetl to the management of horses -and it was e.vpected that ilicy would soon adapt thetuselves to the fiirm work. A nnm-ber of suclt men had a'.-ready coma 'o Aiiairaliu ou their own initiative and had proved excellent sealers." Ill ,,� list primed hero yon need my iueilicirm and if yon will write me I will gladly scud you a liox of it free wUh full direciinns for your use. l.oolt the aym|Uonis over, acc (vhich aympioms you have, then wriie uip flinut a> follows: "Oear Dr., i notice ayinji-loma number"-liere out down the numbers, SIve your age, full odilresa. and tend it to me. ty address, is Dr. T. Frank l.ynott, 880 Franldin Huilding, Toronto, (.'an. The t?n tlioiu,iiif! dolUnt J am (pending tor Puti compounding of uiy niudicinR ia oiuy a part of Ihe nlouey I am devoting to this ante, fqr.Ihe pacUage of medicine I aend yoii Will be fully prepaid at my exncnae. From > frufitiuut iliiMlro to nrlnnttf. 3-lliirnlng ur obalriictinn of nrtiiit. 4 -rutII or Horeni^sslu iba liUuliior. S-rroeliitlo tronUlo, O-fittO or imlii 111 tins ktd>)llt]r,ivea)iijrH4, tnaslliiMM H-^l'uIn or aiiriieta iiiiiliir iliclit rlli. A-Sivalu or i _ ......^. �orniipnslii lliii lildnnya. R^l*titn iir awelllittf of ttiu Jnlntt. a-I'lilu or Mnri>l|liiHraiice and self-in-' wlieu they returned,llic llordeii KotiMiiuient to o!liee._ 'Hiu old ehiet-Uiiii ifilil of the ilillii'tili posaiiiu ftlr. Iliilileii ui'cupied ;is premiec, and tit lii.s own desire lor "iinolher li s^lu Willi l.lic lorits" i 'i'he tjieuler pari til the day was pspeiil in the discussion ot questions 01 urgaiii/utioii. l''i\e resolutions were pus.s>;d; One endorsed Ihe polity of N'. W. Howell,' M. 1'., another thanked ..Sir . VVilirid l.iiurier for his altciidaiiee and his work for ilie party ; a Ihird acliuowl-j ed{!;eil Thrmias Lowes diiiinlerbsted I'c-, lion ill resigning his st>n:t in" Soillli Kentrew to admit lion. (.Ico. i', Clni-hniii III purliameiil ; a lourUi p.\pvc^�s-cd ie(;iet at the removal of A.