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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, 'November THE LETHBHIIX1E DAILY HERALD DANGER PERIOD GFWBMAilS'UFE FROM 45 to 59 Worth Reading. Oak, Or.t.-''At Change of 9> doctors could do jiu inura and 1 wt 3 up Barlender Sued for Being Accused of Tapping News W I Ctr me. I beoii hiivirig fe- tr.alc trcubl-.-s for years, ny lietd liou- :itnej, I haj Loeririg 3 tnd I WES very cnacrmc from excessive tfoivir.j. I roc- fcriuiiend your Compound highly and do til I can to advertise it as a genuine wo- ijiiiu'fl medicine." Mrs. SYJ.YESTKR MANNING, Tho Case of Sirs. Kirlln. Circleville, cen truthfully that I never had .anything ho arrived on Wednesday night ty automobile, and a father and mother in Enfthnd. The luuemt took place from MacpherEon's undsrtaXiux par- lora oa Friday attt-rnoon, at four o'- clock. T. II. CassMy, of Bull River, spent a few days in town tiiie week. W. M. Erler, has several In VXirnie In the Interest of'the Loyal Order, of MoosCj rwluro- Thursday, from a and threatened break- down. Harriett Gladys Irene Hoekley, aged sfx years and seven months, died In tbo Collage.-Hot-pHs! on Wednesday, after a illnetH, from spinal men- IngiUs. The '.remains taken to her' hone in Elko, and rbent took place "from Ibe English Chutclr there' onxThuraday allureoon. Mr. family have, the sin- core sympathy their taariy Cran- brook and Elkcrfrtends in this hour of their bereavement, Mrs. A, D. H on man, of Glenlilly, la ayendlng tho week In Cranbrook, jilth hef'sister-lUjlawi'-Mrs. ;Truman Hors At'the meeting a baVs fraad that' Ktlkick had 'cou- Bifterable of was a Judgment dollar 2nd coiti, F.. W. syent Thursday InK In WyclJffe, B.C., and reporte ev- erylhlnf ae Jooldiig good and buay in Word'-juM receij-ed ;.6ere .irf the lltfou of (Her.) of 'Vaacouver, "iad. formerly o! Cranbrook. Fred UcDphaM lelt on Thursday to aee bJa mother-la-law, XTS. Wade, who is seriouslr III, ofiBeale El'vell'B office, Is. daughter of Mrs. fl'JUi her foiaily, re- sided in for rriany years. Rer. xTJr. CHown, general tcndent ol thq churcb, was banqueted in .ttec young'Men's olub) on Monday" evealng, .and In f-a.'l i The -i t "A fur r. i rave A En JV. trie K- j: j V fJr.iT, f wii- r- 'I. byti-rfariE ftyij JLT of the v.-crrk there. COWLEY NEWS y, Oct. Is atjotl and nearly al! reryjrt having :i very Poor turnout. Mrs. J. G. S'lYe-jiiey and rs. M. A. Murpby und children, spent (V ftw tfayB In Crocket. Miss P. McDougal Is vlslHni; MUa Mcllllllns. i' A moet unusual occurred ]n ot the.2inil Ji's separator was blown to pieces. Mr. ind .Mn. Wilter Knrdnor have roturaed After a pleasant visit in Cal- rr- Mr. I. C. Drswry lefi for Medicine Hat. kn. R. made a flying visit to. Pinehftr f R. CjiWK, o( Con-ley, who EO bkdly in n a couple unfisrweit a op- eration In the Memorial hospital on IMt end hit was broken, Ii well a'gitn. The ladles 6f tlie St. Alien's cliarcli a" EocisU and dance oa Octoljer 31st All are cor- to attend.' Isaac and Gooree in the pity at Uljlnnors on Ltttle Mia3 EUIe Cotes returned fronTCliunupre after a visit cpcrit there. B. W. Bromley has purchcsnJ An- other carload of yearling hc-i'era which h? Is selling at'a very lorr Horn Calgar.v tt-is mo'nilng fo.ste after tiia rtma'ii- der of .his two cars of cattle, Montreal, which are at Mr. Gtorgc Cow's Cowley ranch- TJio U. F. A. of Cow ley liav imrchas- 1 a carload-of coal from which has proven very good. RADIUM AND DEAFNESS. German Doctor's Account of Remark- able Curos. Oct. liugal In an ar- Uclo on treatment, by radJ'im of eaaes of the ears, some of which hava hitherto defied treatmeat, polutf out tha Interesting fact tbat tho emana- which In the treatment oi cancer destroy the tissues. The doctor treated almost ell hlr.da of gradual decB.y ar.d chronic disease, as well as.doafacss resulting.from or and It I? slated that almost all forms tc-nefltled Ly the ireatnwrjt, the of 3 TRAIN STRUCK-STJXiJET. QAii Oct. iro" repoitcJ ueid aiiri injarcd-ir ri' ft reca at 7r-th strict -IfllEirai Etruet CAT. tor drink TRV IT AT OUS EXPENSE We are in earnest when v.-e ask yr to give OUHlNt: a trb.L Yr--. bp- to risk aini t.) gc TOL-. your money iviil f-c r-.iurr.ed Alter a trial -roif ci rojc from TLis vrirfs nr.d rii others of .1 "If iho-.'rrdhin: or Ic-'st o' OLC to FO ill it Doctors atsd easily apply the trriUi r-'.-nt. C-.i 'j.UtlL-. I :llirK, ___ to Tiir rfi THE ...CA.. Department of Natural Resources Announces the Sale by Auction of t Lots in the h A Divisional Poinl on llse Swift Ifce Foihcf. Ik Ecs1 nt. T AT i-u Price Lists, May 'Be by Applicalion at any of, the Department's Offices or; from the T DepATtment of Natural Resources ;