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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Kqilcuiber 27. THE DAILY HERALD Pago 7 FELL FROM A HAY LOFT Suffered Tortures With His Kidneys UntU He Tried Gin Pills You tnigbt tlrink that Mr. Baker needed a surgeon more than GIN Btit lime weie no bonea fcroteu. Jlis back was which was hirdtr to cure because nothing seemed lo do anj good. It Is the same with a aprrDeJ, ankle ami broken-leg, Youcanwtthe fracture indit will well la "sii weeks but the epraitunay take months lo get Trell. However, Mr, Biker found Ihe quick way lu get relief f rod the here ai e bis oira xvoriia. "I have a great offerer from Kidnej Trouble fron an injury to ay fcack caused by fall I eg from a hay loft about tgo. Thb left weak, so that every coM I got KOuld settle In mjr iidntys acd intense Buffering. I was advised to try GIN tvroboiesb.that the pains telitvcd end, 1 began lofcel Utter. Tod ill {taking GIN PILLS and feel sure I vill be completely cured. I recommend GIN FILLS to ail who fferfroca any Kidney C. BAKEU. You see, the fill bid strained Ihe kidneys and they were aSccted by ihe slightest chill. GIN HLtS immedi- ately strengthened the Kooihed any irritation and thus enabled Uie kidneys lo overcome the effects of the fall. If you are havingpain in the or trouble with kidneys or bladder through accident or over- ,vork-do just as Jlr. Baker did-takc GJN PIUA They will help cure or vre will promptly refund your money. Buy fcix bozea at your dealer's. If, after taking them, you feel that Gin Pills have not helped you, return the empty boxes anu gel yoar monty; .We wi'l Uke your for it soc. a box, 6 for Sample box sent free if yon mile National Drug and Chemical Co, of Canida, Luniteu, Toronto. NATIONAL' LAZY LIVER PJLLS regulate Ui'o bowels and cure ConiUpaUuii, Eilio'osnesaaud Icdigestlofl. 250. a tiox.- 195 PRESBYTERIANS SECURE OVER 130 WORKERS BUT MANY MORE 'ARE' NEEDED Toronto, Sept Usk of liroviainz ministers for fields whence Biudeut have rclurntil lo IheEr resyevlive colleges to resume their Btudles. during the lias occupied tbe executive committee ot the Board of Home Missions ot the ifresbytcrlan cliurch for several days past. In all 412 vacancies were caus- ed In (hat manner, considerable dimtulty was found In applying ihe demand for mca. However, 135 ap- were marie, in several In It being found ncceaeary group fields and arrange for fortnight ly Eerrlces In each. The new men for Southern Alberta and Kasleru B C. Pmb'yterteB aro: XIcKlnnon, J Agabob, J. H. Buchanan (subject to change) Rev. H. HfcrUeken, Her. G. S. Wood. E. Cameron, W. C- .Mareh, II. W. Steventon. A. J. Johns. BAr. fAI BAD FAU. f-A-IIVES" NM Thty Cuftd HTni, And Cure SITE BOUGHT FOR HOTEL AND QUAINT LITTLE HOUSE MAY BE DESTROYED PLAYED WITH MATCHES Quebec, Sept. Yalllsjit- ur, a three-year-old girl, living at 315 Arago street, was fatally burned this morning, while her mother had left ihe house for only a few minutes to go to the grocery store. In her ab- eence the llitie tot found a fcbx.ot ii'.atches, played with and set tire to hc-r garments. The" child !B now dying at the Holet DIeu. i RECOVERING THE BODIES Conn., Sept, bodies of two ot the three sailors of :he U.S.3. McCalla, who d-rbwned htre on Saturday night when a freight steamer ran down thPir launch, were recovered today. The body.-of Cos- MR. ALIX. if. MAY gth. 1911, have beea in la for A good manj years and oliiiy townsmen luow that iny health, for lonj-f jjirlcxla vis precarioni, My trouble eilrsnie brought on by IndigMlfon ind bji- ptpsla, from whlcli I B-jffertd tn (he most severe form. It vru en bad that I could not sleep before about four in morning. I noticed OBO of your published testimonials of how wmeone hid used "Frait-a-tives" for similar trouble and asked Mr. Tluuici, my druggist, his opinion oa the matler and he advised 'their use. I immediately procured several boxes and lam loiaj that I now enjoy splendid health aud couM not possibly feel better. I can eat wiOi every deg ree o f satisfaction effort. I strongly %dvise anyone suffering from lit.; complaints, to commence using ALHX. McCARTER. joe. a bor, for trial aiic, At dealers or from Ftuit-a-tlvts Limited, ondon. Sept. nuatnt little house in Craven street where Benja- min lived in hla prosper- ous days, and from which he- Issued bis delightful series of papers called 'Craven Street Gazette." forms part of a Mock cf properly which has been purchased for Ihe construction of a, large hotel and, unlesa immediate ia are tafcen to save it. ibis his- torical building will be lorn down. An appeal-hu been-made 10 Americans lo save the iibuse and a proposal will be- made to ina hotel builders to ic elude Franklin's rooms within new building. swain Arthur Sheeban was found floating oft the barljor light A dredge brought up the bodr o[ Joseph Rus- sell, seaman. Patchcim, Germany, Sept. 2C. German soldiers were killed and one fatalty. wevEdei! early today armv oncer's valet. x They were attempting to capturi, him alter he hact been detected at robhery. He ixjn'.mltted suicide be- fore he could be taken prisoner. The man, an ealislcd soldier, was attached as a "striker" or orderly to an oHirer ol the Dragoon regirnsntj stationed here. When lie found hehadj been seen committing thelt, he (led to an attic ol the barracks and was pur- sued [jv several ol his coriirades, lert by an officer. He was armed with vo drdinance revolvers ivith which B shot thice killir.g himscll ith 'the'last cartridge. "Blue Worsted pre- That's the best buy on the fall style market. We have elegant English .Blue Worsted Suits at and up. McKelvie McGuire WELL SHIN ED SHOES ARETHE UNION MEN AND ;THEIR OBLIGATIONS GREAT BRITAIN The that Won the Autumn Cup. the feature race at the Wogdblne race "track. r MRS, AD AND MRS. BAT PUT BAN Portland, Cat.; Sept. bug- lands no more shall flgtit BO as wo both shall IB the vow bt Mrs. id who blew the thcr dav, and Jlrs. Battlfcg Nelson and they met and had their photo- For Sale At- A Billiard and Pool Tables SILENT SW-MMEN CIQAR WALL' 6'jtalV CASH REQIS. tM 'AND.SAFE Second hand, all'In dldon. pin bo iten for 1 at Walla.de'B Cigar Store eraphi gether. taktn, for; Gio flrit time to- Nelson may hurl bis cham- pion" epithets to who wrest- ed the crown from. WbtfiHBt, of Cadlllao, .Mkh. Wolgsst call the Battler, a knocker, but LhrougU the bombardraeal of exple- tives the pctlto jnenibers of tlie tvro lUlca tho Hst'of frlend3. Mrs. Nelson opinM 'Wolgaat Is a whilo' Mrs. Woljast cod- fidcntly RfDrms that ".Fay ls'_awfully acd those, rip know them "So long as flllvs Hat soa and Ad WoTpaBL'wIU iiftycf do bat tlo' pretty rna troDa In answer 'li a, quertlpn the camera man tpning the bird ant snapped the shutter. (By J. Holding membership cards.in some labor union is taken for granted bs- many tbat they are .union'.men and women. Such is not. the The great trouble with many of us IB that we are selfish to a degree; we forget that we are !n a position pur fellow unionists wlthoat any really great effoft on.our part It only, ileraarid 'the other trades label. ThtB 13 one of the best izers the unions have, and it iE'without cost. Thousands of dollars are Epent each year by the Tarioas-organizations for eneral organisation not nly among the unorginlMd, but .mons those vho' are already- mem- jers of their respective 'unions., rouble Is that many ot the members ail lo realize their OKD Individual pr- ganlilng poi'e. Thoy do not io national infrue'ace" tne'.'.ileniand o the union 'label has on the labor movement. The Amerlcin FeSeration ot l-abor- has- roiched the mark In Its meniberthlp, and If every trades unionist is true to himself and tho labor movement' H should, and caUfthem as to what the-unlon label meanG to them directly anrl lo directly, and what it means to the whole labor movement. the women mating constant for union labc1 article i, tte merchant will soon suppl> thera. There is bard If a man, woman or. child sv heart does not go ottl WILL EXCHANGE i flne..-seven room, fiilly modern fire place, efc., on Iwqiots; faelhg cast block, trora'Central school for .vacant jots or "smaller house.: i Apply Box 9. Herald overreach the two railllpn mark by 500.000. This con ge dojje by de- manding the union lube! on chaso. Tte greater the demand, for union label goods the greater number of union people will be employed and under better conditions and i better wage. .Another great factor in th.e labor. movement which is overlooked to i great extent IB l..e organlwitlon ol women. The wires anil mothers of the union men organized in.'card and label leagues Is one of the labor "organizers" wo have. Every city, town nnd han-.Iet that 'possesses. labor union of any descriptlojt should encourage theso organizations'. Edu- MLLIST'TC Smoiess powders are Ihc powden "preferred by best shooters >t the traps aad la the: field. They are. for uniformily. BALL1S T1TE and NEW EMNRE Smoke less Powders can be in any shell loaded In Canada. to- the girls In the large cities when we read.ot them 6iit on strike for ji fe that they may exist Whose fault is it that these poor girls axe compete dlo go Ihr these prolonged IniJuatrial battles? I is yours, Mr. Union Man, IE you wouli fee to it that- you wore and demands' union made clothkig and that you wives did the same, these strike vquid te a thing o fthe It r.ot be long until would be" n nonunion articles. on the market, esp In the lines that the workin jyeople need. The label alone upo ,hese goods would be a guarantee jou tbut they were made under unlo coudlUone, unton wages an further, you would bo aiding in orgE izlDK these industrios, as In order Imve the iabel the worters -would be: members of some particular union. Tafce the linen collar industry plone. Tlilrty-stx maVe all the union label collars that are worn in the United States. This not speak T cry .highly cE the members of trades unions. It Is such conditions as these that form Ihe-one great big cause why we 'have not. ten million members in the American Federation of Labor instead of a membership of two million. The condition In the collar Industry would not be like this if the women iu the organized centres were handed together in union leagues. For Instance, In In a strongly organized City" of peo- ple, one small store "was carrying union made colars, A good live wo- man's 'union label league was formed and Inside three months seven ol th'o largest stores in that city were handling unlon-mcide collars and sim- ultaneously many other lines of union label articles appeared the shelves fo these merchants. Tho de- was created, "and the merchants furnfsliG dtho goods and also adver- tised the fact.. Teamsters and cteflta unions doubled In membership, nevf unip'fts were formed. Firnia jenioVcd from under the ban of 'organized laboi and became fair. All this was through the efforts of a good strong women's labei tongue, and the egUatlon for th< union Intel. If one small city, can d< this, wbjr can not all the other organ I zed centres ,do the samo? Do you not think that tha A. F, of L. couli reach tho three million mark this yea liliUid ui tvrir Billion if the individua un! on I sis will