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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETIWRJDGK DAILY HERALD 'WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 24, 19U Two Train Robbers Turn Evidence Against Leaders QUliBEC. prelimin- ary hearing of the case against ihe BM' arreiled and charged wllh rob- Uie Ocean Limiied besau this morning. Tae accused are George Topping. fretgEt conducior on ihe Cacadisn National Railway, anil J- Lernardln Proleau. The first witness fouay was Xa- Boulanger. xvhu testified tha! last Wednesday be ac-J George leur. brother-in-law ot Touuing, cl -.Toppiug's request, arraiifitfd to to Montmagny iu an uaicnwbile. They picked up two men there, uno ot whom carried a sntcbel. Tbe were "Topping auil Proleau. They hail an accident at St. 1'ierre do Monimasiiy oud Tuppiuj nod I'roiejii Icfi ihe car there, llu met Toppin; afterward nd he yroruised him or Jl.OOO. Later Topptag said: -Toll l.fcvasscur lliat if he docs nm ibcre is fi.OOO for'him......" To him. Toppiu; said: "As lo yon if-you say anything. 1 hare a bullet In iny rifle and it mhy U-! useful.'1 Witness, Topping slatsd they Icfi Ihe catcbcl in a barn in Tie coun- try. CJeorgc I.evasseur rtfused to give evidence until assnred by "the" Judge that it would uoi be used- against him. He Iheu cofroborslcd Boulaii; yer's testimony, ciad siiJ.tljey jiCifid up Topping and Protean a'. Monlaiaeny at 2.30 Thur.-diy morning, lie rutt Joulauger last Saturday and then told him he did not like the Moutiuaguy rip after what be had seen In the FUNERAL OF WIE .F.1 TORONTO. Sepl. Houoivil the cUcndance CANADIAN IS LEVELLING UP OTTAWA. Sfft. de- cline of in the tout of Canada for the five months of the fiscal year end- ed Aug. 31 Is. shown by the mouihlr trade summary Issued from the customs department. The statement shows a mark- ed decrease f.n imports and an increase in the value ot do- mestic merchandise from Canada. Turns Over Five Carload, Sugar Jng and former lalnister ot railways and canals In ihc> pomiulou sorerQ- vere inierred Uiis afteruoon In Mount Pleasant oemewry. The serrices conduced bv Rev. "of the ominion iletlio4lst Tbe houorery- Sir Hcurv Draylou, minister Sir Willlaai Hearst, of Oillario; Fi-Juator Lyncli Slaunton, Messrs. N. T. Hillary, and J. Sirachan Johnston. iCALLIffif (Contiziuecl from Front To lie Used Solely For Preserving Fruit WINNIPEG. At this morn- ing's session ol the board "61 com- merce, CouiniissToner James A uld an- KTd thai rive carloads of sugar lo rvllcre the shonage'has place in ibe hands of Winnipeg ioli for diilribullonyilirougb ihe prov ince by the beard of coiumerce. This sugar has been turned over to the board. Mr, Aiild bj Coc.-. Cola company aud is to be.senl whero the need Is grealest. It Is lo be used ntv mm Stems Mcfc f nAtfM" His OM why "Fruit-ft-Km" is M aitraordioajrUj sutcaaM La tiufif rriW to lufferinc with htr, Mtftt. Kiiaty Bltddir 'Ian flMi'n it iff Enttitt: and other Skiu Aflections, is, is the oiily medkina ii the world made front fruit It is composed ef Ihr medicinal pn'ptlptoa found m apples, orafifes, 6fs ud pruiM, tofelbtr "ilk Bcrre tonics and antijeptief of froTtn repute. We. a bor, 6 for trial site At ill dealers or srnk postpaid Fruit-a-liies Ijnlud, FMNAL DELEGAB' UBS ASK BOARD IOPROBEPIACING SOUEttViS OTTAWA, lnd.r of oppMltlon hit rwo- lutlwi dtlllng.wlth the alltgcd by Arthur ta Sir Robert Burden to the distribution of the aoHlert' vote In Manitoba conxtltuencftc. Mr. McKenile uld the tninlitir had admitted the acndlng of the meaugc In code. He It al a crime aaalnlt tne lUlnit of the Canadian (KO pie. He artutd that If thtre wit nothing wrong about the telegram it would not have been sent III code. The resolution of Mr. Mc- Kenile for the appointment of a committee ef Inquiry.- charged cicept lu the case of speelal- ar certain cases nnd treatments. Cases Mr. JlacXcIll for the Great War Vet- erans' Association asked about func- 'llonel cases. Col. Margeson stated that SO per cent of the men were chronic kickers in Lhls class Doctors these' funct- ional or hysterical cases If ihe men 1 would submit to treatment, but in a great many cases they refused treat- i ment altogether. -1 The-advlsahiBly of .cbnirauling-ntn- slons and paving a man the whole sum ;in cash'was broached. ,1 J many-i-men-would" inyesL the money, iiose iVirld ihen come-iback for more. i -In-'resafd to the scheme' commut- ilns'shialllFWsious into life iusurauce i's'for.MnsiOHers, Col. Jlsrsesin thought tha'-scheme a ttji not m'inS--soldiersiwould it Loam Reach S. ol .'the: de- partment, of sbldLerV civil reestablish- meal, staled that the ap- pHcatlonl'-lo'r. loan'srj'pprpved :tb Aug- iisL 30 was and the amonnt of IMTIS approved Tie'ra were loam at an aver- age of S3.WS. The total loans esti- to March 31, 1S20, The largest amoiipt of loans approved in one.wMi since operations began was in the week ended 23, when the total was -The- numbflr--.of applicants- recom- mended: agricultural Irainibg ivas Bird (bc'iiuinber Draining It wis catimated ihat solfilen weri} Eettlei'by Ihe department Ihe total amount rjlaced out on loan by he board irouli reach IstlmEtetl total reqniremenLs to March 1020, was for Mrh }S2S.070 salaries. There _-ere C13 ployees cent of tke'ia were returned -EplJiers.. (iDVBRTiSEMBXT) solely for the purpose of fruit pre- serving and not to fill ordinary ordera of tire jobbers. f Kviacnci- will tie submitted to the IIAMILTOX. Out.-.. Sept. y fraternal delegates from organtzations In the United Slates featured tho sessions of Ihe Domtnlou Trades aud Congress today. x illss Paulina of tbe Wo- men's Trade Union League, ofp the board hy the firms JjBndlius tbo sufcar J unitcij stales, set forth Ihe condUions prevailing ior women working In that to show tiou. tbe nature ot-the diptribu TORONTO In Centra and Businoj zn ROOMS LAH Hra, JatVatin Wat In Poor Health fo Many Eighteen Tab How Cabcm Htaied Hg -H> wry Ittbr tM, omn< wkk SI In luakiog.tJic announcement, Coin- ssioner Auld said ihat the Coca la compauy's posiiioti bas geo- ally "Tbere la no ubt Ihat Uae reason far ihe apparent cessive said .Mr. Auld, "iras simplv 10 their ineihod of buy- 1 do" nol Ibiak .there has been y auKfiestion of hoarding. ID view Ihe existing shorliBC and y'reiit de- end, ibis amounl of sugar will nol very far, but the jobbers liavc im- rtaken .to.sec that the susar joes lo the right bands." Railway IreigDt apenls TVCFC called Ihe-boarrt ihls The rst wilness from Ihe railways was T. Andrews, freight' bl Ihe countrr, emphasizing tho fact that the groat majority were .unorganized. She appealed tor co-operation among tha Representing Ihe American Federa- tion of Labor, Sam Griggs detailed the attempts made to.solve the problem of industrial unrest. He spoke of the conducted by .govern- ments and the allenipls lo allay dis- satisfaction by increasing wages. advocated tbe immediate Jailing of-all profiteers as one. solution. P. M. Draper submitted his report, as secretary-treasurer of the con gress, which showed Ihat there are now organized trades union ,isls in Canada, 1EO.ODO being affil iated with the Trader and Labor Con OTTAWA. Sept. bank eposita doriugr by appro.Yimately They now tniid at f a figure which j regiirded as jiromlaiug (or the success of Uio com in 5 IJomiiilou loan, ing tbe mouth, according Lo the lc statement issued by the Jejinrt- tuenl of Dnanco, call loans In Canada showed it alight increase; caU onLside. a decrease. Demand were, iirattically uuclianged. anadian Pacific He stated gress. Total- capital.' amounted .lo at from-Angust.I to September. 22 nearly SLr Trades and .labor 295.001) pounds of sugar had arrived j councils were organized during tha the city C.P.R.. year and 51 charters granted hj E. W. Svarner, general.freight agcnl congress. the C.K.R-, .said that froni Ansust Endone Sletl Strike lo pounds :of sugar I OnL, Sept. ad been shipped" lo The Dominion Trades and! Labor Congress elglit agent for the G-T.P. notified no sugar had been receiveil over line during the period' fro'm .Au- i" to "date. J. of tbc Security Storage ompany, the first wiiness calletl tnis mornln'i, declared there was no sugar .ored at the .company's 'irarehoust. D.C.COLWHURT INE.D.AND1C.MI those who are really particular about the Coffee they drink; there is ore brand that always pleases particularly well because it is particularly good Chase Sanborn's "SEAt BRAND" COFFEE. U 1 1 pouMJ lUu. alto (lac [fouad for PtrreJalori. maU U IMIk, CHASE SANiORN, MONTREAL. 'LABOR GOVERNMENT IN BRITAIN .MONTREAL, olec- Lion ol A Labor goyermueuL lu Great Driialn In few years' Itrnu was plieskU tills morulug by Ben Til- let, M.I'., UiillEh fraternal delegate to Ihe Cuuailmu Trades' aud Cou- fs, now in session In Hamilton. Ills arrival from ou Hie Corsican, Mr. Tillet said lie (bought the Labor parly would ultimately win Ihe adherence of tUe former Liberal party. He said thut Urltlsli labor was now settling; dowa'aud tiad decided to pursuo Us Interests tbrougli a peace ful parliamentary pressure rallior tban by direct action. HOUSE THIRD READING TO SILL; TREATV EFFECTIVE OTTAWA, Sept. the commons, whlcli dla noC meet until o'clock loilay. out of re- spect to (he memory of the late. frauk Cochrine. thlril reading WHB given to the bill givluc effect to tie terms of the 'peace Iresty. -Minor loveruuieul -bill? -and qtME- v llous were thin Itttu up. t ADDITIONAL LOCALS Viiit to Maclcod Bv special -request of Brigaditr Hay. Adjutant Jolmstono. of the local Balvadou corps, will motor to Macleod on Friday and tako iiart in a special Ben-ices at Ihe S. A. hill Uiere, and return on Saturday inoru- ing, brJripne the Ylsiliiig oWcprj who are conducting the hardest fe.s- tival services here Ihis week cod, back with him in his car. this myminc endorsed -the. action Ihe United States, Steel workers in" support of. the principle, of ctillecllve and sent io the ly.'-wife has -.gained ids since sie commenced _ tfllcln 'anlec, and the troubles tha't hav ecn polling her down for many year ave been completely 'A. Jackson who lives at Kwnlocp Canada, while 'drug sloi n Healile a few days ago. "For years and cou.tinue Mr. Jackson, ".My'wife's health mighty bad, and I spent lols'of mo ey for medicine and treatment, b he never got "any relief until commenced taking Tanlac. Her enll :ystem jwas completely run down, a she. bad Ipal 30 much strength-th she was hardly able to get about. S' Ijirl terrjble spells, of headache, a: an nervous she couldn't sic at'night.-Her elomach.wM such bad conridlbn that everylhi she ate "disagreed with her, nnd she aid have bad spells of Indigestion. a lot In weight, and Just, kept going doTrh'hlll until aba bad nervous Ior. weoka at a. she was not able to be ont ot bed. "We, .were discouraged over her condition when wo began ;to read about Tanlac and tho good It wa'. doing so'niany people. Well, she final- ly decided to si't-Taalie a trial, nnd lt'3 the honest Iritb, the was feeling like a different person In a time, r never saw anybody nick up like she has. She has taken eight-hot- Iks no far, and has about regained all her Icni-wr.lchl and strength. Her fctomacb is In suci fine condition thai the eala Just, anything she wants and Mrcr suffers the least bit ,wllh lodl featlon or sour stomach. The head kavc left her, too, and her nerves are In such perfect condition Ibit she sleeps like a child every Sbe came along with me 01 trip and itood it Cno. In fact la In flrnt'di-s health again, and Tulae h' rnpoatltle (of It all." Tanlac wM (n fir John D, Mtglnbothim t Co.; In Coal A Stationery BDMONTOS, Sept. travel Iling yesterday over the B., p. and B. C. Railway north from Eflmonton, ogetber with a parly of distinguished inanclcrs and other -dircclors ot the J.P.R., D. C. Coleman, 'vice-president if the C.F-R-, thrown from a track motor nnd suffered painful though not crious Injuries and.a atvere shaking up. The other "members of the party, vere not Injured. Just tow the accident happened 13 not qultc.cerlain, but It is. believed tha rack motor, travelling at fair spceS, struck a soft piece oC track and was brown off. Accompanying 3Ir. Coleman were Sir Augustus Nanton and W. B. Mcln- nls, both directors "of the company, and others. The trip waa for the lurpose of 'Inspection, prior to the of purchase of the line from" the 'McArthur'Intere.sts.' If is" believed "that the C.P.R- is favorably considering the purchase of the line, and .Mr. Coleman 'and his party are Inspecting the entire length of- the line. eiei-utivj of the steel .workers to that effect-. Referring, unreal pre- vailing in Can- ada at the present lime. Sam GriEgs, fraternal delegate" of 'the American. Federation of in address- IDE the conference: have unrest and we have the criminal' profiteer. -.The government of the United Slates is conducting extensive investigations into.the cost of living, but I don'i tliink mucn of these Investigations. Unless these profiteers are placed In the Jalls-wherti hey belong, we will not set much re- lief." 3Ir. Grlggs said that the unresl was universal and it it were to be allayed some relief must come soon. Theodor Folium Recital Tliecdor Fossum, concert pianist aiid teacher; conies to Lclhbridg'} Tsiia highest, recoininendalioii, botli as a oC high standing'and a teacher of exceptional ability. Thi.i news will be welcomed by those de- siring a i thorough musical education. M'r. Tossuni posbetses a (ilcasing sonallty and vthe mueical talent, of Letbhridge will receive a most cic-sir- able acquisition in. his coming. Enill of Chicago; Prof.- Marlin raase, and Mos- EOwekJ, Paris, -are" Ihe an- lority.iinder whom" he stinTled. 5lr. ossurri .has. been, eogagetj as the. jirin- pal teacher of the pianoforte deuarS eht at tho Leo M. Coombs'. Studios, .particulars regarding lesEoun he had. Coombs preaeui Fo5Sum in a Jiigh class concert ecital next Sunday evening, ul nine 'clock in the .Colonial theatre to all music lovers arc cordinlly nvited, 'AsiTtar ttie .tht Harvdij REGAL FREE'RUNNINS Jablc The silt recognised its purity and good quit- ities-thebeststltforusg) on every dining table, "Regal" never cskes.1 Despite the weather it keeps on running I stream-of-snon white quality. Xelson D. Hart has been appointed lecturer In botany [or (be Western Universily, London. STOLE MOTOR CAR; GETS TWO WONTHS MOOSE JAW, Sask., Sept. 24- Sam Houston, when he pleaded guilty to the theft ot a motor, car tbU morning before Magistrate Lemon was given two months In Jail at Reglna. RUMOR BORDEN MAV'RESIGN Sept. Press Starr Special from Ot- tawa asserts at noon Uiat it Is rumored rerr emphatically there lhal Sir Hobert. Borden may retire. There will prob-' ably he an announcement .made lo that effect at the caucus of union members lo: nlgnt. -l- JNIEGSMHY. t Born Mr. 'and Mrs. W- G. oung, ol Oaklate, Man., on Sept. .girl, Audrey Ethel. Victory Bond Coupohs on October _ rUrtrtbuU O.MO.OOt In upon Canada's Second WednKday v October 1. Whtt will be your of this inttrMt mant? As a holder of BO me of tben bonds It It KklMblij juu ciih la your promptly. Any of our 310 Broaches will cub Ulna coupoai. Tou should use tha procoedi from "jour cllpplBn" to ftlirt MrlDtp Trlth us, ornW Jotbt "ftoUuCB BD-ll SaTC." HIP UNION BANK OF CANADA WINSIPEG, .Stjil. rtM The Bays: r'roe "Walcred lo (lie eitcrt ot over riljls ID tiM book cap- tallzatfpn offfib' Railway 'company. It wag learned en reliable authority today- '.'Prac'Kcilly allMil-lhlj oiercaiillal- Izailon was created between tho jeara 1605: and. 1915, adcordtos to the same (fource of "Bctireen Ilie years quoted, dlvl- dendB lo'the extent ol over were paid- Moat -of these dlrldenda were' met liy an over-drati at Ihe bark. It Is. slated, "The par .value ul Die capital stock Is n-lillc the companj's pruisal litnrea out at "An atfdll-of Ihe company's, bonks lias bccri completed by the firm of John Scott ant] company, but the re. port will not he made giuhHc iintl! It comes before the public uLllllles com mlasjonej', who U dealing. With ap- plicallor.s If the company (or In c'reafied fires. "The latest of the Increased appll cations Is In lie heard Tliursday. it Is very p'robabfe In stale- SH-nls coj.'es of Ilie Scott port will lie asked (or by T. A. "Instead of Going to the The high prices of Tea and Coffee never'trouble the users of POSTOM Still aettind at the same far price as before writes Mr. Lewis MicPhersen, Irom Halifax, N.S., "1 sent for .a boJ of Gin wtlh Ihe result that J am a well mm. recommend .Giri Pills to everyone suffrring from -kidney trouble, --1 Mr. MmcPKerson had suffered untold misery, andfatler IreallnS with the belt medical help available ior 10 months he decided to to to Victoria Hospital, Hal if .He had inflammation of the and bladder. Two days before his intended departure a neighbour called and 'give him JO tne Gin Pills. "Six hours after taking the first he writes, "the effects were simply Then he sent for a bov of Gin Pills and was cored. This is just one of the many which arc being hroughl lo our notice continually. People, out of pure joy and gratitude for release Irom pain, wrile these letters to-us. What Gin Pills have 'done lor them they can do for Dills rpR The formutj en which Gin Pills are prepared was attained only after long and profound study anil, experimenting. It n unique. It the beneficent properties of the Juniper in the Gin, hu( eli- mioatn all Ihe alcohol. CombincJ with seven other diuretics and it (oes right (o (he scat of the trouble, allayinj the conges- ted kidncyj, healinji innimmalHin; .restoring weak tissues, and en- abling these delicate organs to re- sume their, work of purifying (he blood, Thus the poisons are loon taken out of the the pain is stopped, and the debilitated body- becomes strong and healthful. If you. have a backache, gravel or any of Ihe .symptoms of kidney trouble, gel a box of Gin Pills at once. Your druggist or dealer hue them at 50c a box with money-hack guarantee, Gin 1'ills taken nne may help you to avoid an oper- ation. Do not delay. THE MTWML MM I CREMCAl Ct. If CMMA, U.S. In-.., Wl Main Ellcel, ;