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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, November THE .LETHBRiDGIbPAlLY HERALD 7. HAVE YOU BOUGHT Men-s White Lawn Handkerchiefs usually sold for 15 cents each, for 5 cents a Men's R S: Fancy bordered, and centres, Mercella Hand- kerchiefs, usually sold 25c, for lOc Men's Heavy Worsted Half Hose. The right weight for winter wear, usually sold 30c, for 15c 5c. lOc 15c Men's Fine and Heavy Imported Heather and black Wor- sted Hose, usually sold 40c, for 25c Silk Four-in-hand Ties, assorted patterns and colors usually sold 50c for 25c Men's Heavy Fleece Lined Underwear, soft and warm for winter wear, usually sold 75c per garment, for 50c "Standfields" Nova Scotia, all pure wool underwear, not the imitation, unequalled Yalue for Men's Wool Sweater Jackets, combination colors, pearl buttons, usually sold for Men's Negligee Shirts, including coat and ordinary styles in the latest fabrics and colors, reg. for Men s Working Shirts in gingham, Khaki, striped and other patterns, usually sold 75c to 85c for 45c Men's Blucher Calf, Leather Lined Shoes, McKay sewn, heavy soled, usually sold for Men's Suits in Worsteds, Cheviots, Blue Serge and other textures, no two patterns alike, usually sold to for i Men's Fur Collared Overcoats, beaver shell Persian Lamb cloth -lined; wind and water-proof, reg. for If Not Do So At Once At The Great Clothiers Of The Great West NEW HOSPITAL FOR MICHEL Fine .Up-to-date Building Is Being Erected by Doctors Michel, Nov. rapidity with which Michel has grown of late has bei'n made apparent ;to almost every- one in the district The present, hos- pital- is small, and at limes Us ac- commodat.ion has been greatly over- taxed Its surroundings also are not quite what they should be for an in- stitution of this kind, and Drs. Wel- don and Shaw, recognizing- the inade- ijuacies have in course of erection a large new building fulfilling all the requirements of up-to-date medical science. Situated QU the hill above tho Great Northern track opposite the rock cut, and commanding a splen did view of the twin cities, Old and New Michel, lies the new hospital oh a beautiful sun-site. The building is shaped in the form of a square, with, for the present, two vacant sides, and is two stories high-with the principle entrance facing -the river. The. main hall, entered from a verandah, is .six feet wide and runs through to kitchen On the right of the hall are a large, well-lighted "operating room, a stirilizing-room and a nurses' din- ing room; on the left is the west! wing with a hall, running, to th vi Lituo aiiu the left of this hall 'are the waitin and dressing rooms, whilst the-rigi' has a .private ward and bath-roon The upstairs plan is very, similar an includes a main ward of eight bed for medical cases, a. women's war of three beds, two private wards an the nurses' quarters. Jn all there i room for twenty-one patients." building has a large win-dow surface is steam-heated and lighted by elcc t-ricity. The water supply from the New Michel system." Particula attention has been paid to the vertti lation.-and for this purpose in' th main wards arc special tubes t bring fresh air into the rooms an outlets for the vitiated air to cscap are placed near the ceilings. The staff will consist, meantime, of three trai ed nurses and an orderly. An ambu lance to bring in those injured at th mines will be provided Coa Co. When fully equipped -hospita will be a distinct credit to the town GAS, INDIGESTION AND DYSPEPSIA GO MICHEL NEEDS ANEW The Board :.of JfEr School Bo Tpgetper. YT; 5 Michel ,v Nov..: Trade School Trustees in their endeiiyof. ,to procure a new building sttitabfe -to t-lie educational requirements- of the district.. The Board'also last meeting considered the advisability of changing the name of the old town as the names Michel and New Michel are somewhat conflicting. t The attention of the chief sanitary inspector is to be called in regard to the water supply in certain parts of the town. It is thought desirable that niany of the private wells should be closed up. At a meeting of Hie School Trus- tees a letter was read from Dr. Roh- inson, superintendent of education with reference to the overcrowded state of the schools and asking what, arrangements were being made to meet the congestion. The trustees found it impossible, to, get suitable temporary premises ami it was agreed to write the Department of-Educa- tion recommending the building of a latgc central or graded school on a site in New Michel near the-present structure. The general .feeling is thai-. tnc school should'be" "a substantial building of brick. NANCES OF THE OF TRADE Makes Your Disordered Stomach Feel Fine in Five Minutes The question as to how long you are going to continue a sufferer from, indi- gestion, Dyspepsia, or out-of-order Stomach. is merely a matter of soon you begin taking some Diapepsih. if your Stomach is lacking in diges- tive power, why not help the Stomacb to do its work, not. with drastic drugs, but a re-enforcement of digestive agents, such as are naturally at in the stomach. People with weak Stomachs should take a little Diapepsin" occasionally, and there will be no more indigestion, no feeling, like a lump of lead in. the stoiaacn, no heartburn, Sour risings! ias on Stomach or Beleliing or undi- ested food, Headaches, Dizziness, or Sick Stomach, and, besides, what ypii at will not ferment and poison your breath witn. nauseous odors. All these, symptoms resulting from a sour, out-- or-order stomach and dyspepsia arfj enerally relieved in five minutes after'1; '.a'li'ttle" Diapepsin. Go to your druggist and get -a, 50- cent case of Pape's Diapepsiii and1 you %-ill always go tc -the hearty what you-eat will taste good, because your slomaefi and intestines will be-clean 'and you will know there are "not Agoing, to .be any more bad nights.and miserable clays for you. They.freshen you anti- make you feel like life is worth living.- MILK RIVER NEWS, Sunday In ;thi wag observed by 'special -ssr'vicesl Rev- -Joans, 'of pointed to .Saskatchewan, .by" the MetncKlist, ctmrch, and on nis way on the Chlna- nian.1 .that-was a-ery rnuch. appreciated arid jilcAIrtaur J thejservice special -Mr. and" a' couple of weeks -of Sir. .Geo... tl6untrymah-rleayes; tnls' Minnea- polis. ,.Y ,v-L _ kr. 2-15.--' ;iad.-' eaTjv' about 10U tiiem.' for for take Qfv.-the went-'-to "EUmpnton1- last veehion--business. T jP.; Brosser "Thank'sglving in 11 bridge.. EQUALLED LETHBRIDCSE'S RECORD Y. M. C. A. GiFT Winnipeg, Nov. Mackenzie! 31-esi-dent of the-Canadian.Northern. has given ten thousand dollars to. -the, ocal Y. M. C. A. EXAMPLE FOB ALL TO FOLLOW If Miss Eleanor Barr had not taken, things in her own hands, her mother night have been a helpless Jut Miss Barr is a very capable little ady. As a result, her mother 'is now and strong again after being almost disabled! Will Come Through ihe Year Without a Deficit The following financial statement, with detailed expenses and receipts attached was submitted at the Board of Trade council ant! a copv ordered submitted to tho citv council with a letter to the effect that, pro- vided the board hud tu