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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, "November5.1913 TTTE LEfnBRinfiE DAILY HERALD Pnjrc 5 Teas of uncertain quality and value, when delicious Tea be had on demand. Bbck, orMixed. Sealed Packets Only. Enquiry. FEKNIE Kernie, B.C., Nov. new Catholic church at Tea! was opened for scrvfco on Sunday last, and crowded to the doors. A special train carried Frrnle, znd mauy Ti'pro unable to gain admit- tance to the church, as the inhabitants of Coal.Creek turued out cu masse to the celebration. "Mr. J. J. MarUui of, tho iirin ot Herchemer on iloudaj for the CoasL Sirs.'Duck lias returned-from the cast after a six months' vacation tho borne of her parents. 31 IBS Ray Pickering lias lelt lor a short vacation at Calgary. .Mrs. Willis HOBS spent a few days In Spokane. FIHST UOAT THROUGH MUIAFLOIIS LOCKS J A govcrnnnenl lighter has the honor of being the first to move through this section of the Panama canal. f-1 Trains Will Operate Into Retlaw Saturday Ilcllaw, Nov. 3. The C. P. R. gtoae masons are here to lay the fouudatlon for a fine new depot, Tue MeAndrcw Uros. ure digging out the basement, _. which Is to be 24slS feet. A steam Le BrteU left for Cranbrook! Bating plant will be installed and day I rooms over the' depot will be used" by Jt. K N'elson. of St. Pay I. ta in tltc It will be a on Monday the oily on business connected with' the Great Northern Gno ............_______ The. curs to Satui- Mrs. J. A.-Macdonatd .left on Is hurry and rush Great Northern on Monday-tor Kalis-; hefe nort. come Into her The warehouse nnd. engine room of Hie Farmers' Co-operative" Elevator Co." is and the main part pel. 'Miss Lilly and Hiss JTuif ay enlertaJncd their_ friends at midnight supper in the Napanee Ho- tel on' Saturday A fpw of the young.pepiiie. entertain- ed Miss Thomas. on Saturday night. Miss Thomas left for B.C., lo'fahe a position in the hospital.- MUs Colemau left forv Calgary on Sunday evening be ready, first. Wo think llie bank win There 'won't be much more grain hauled away no-.v as farmers are tired of the long trips. Siiepard Bros, havo finished the dam for the reservoir south ol the depot. 3lr. Culver's sale came off Oct. 30. He did not sell any macliinery as r.o one" lo bid on them. It's the wrong time to hold sales now. AL Grilfin passed through town this' week- with a big drove of cattle he had picked up north cast of town. They were a fine lot of heifers and cows, with a' few steers mixed in. This fine i farmers ac of-the elevator, 31x33, is enclosed. Tod pan aud loots are in, the'drive- way is finished and. the machinery is being placed aa fast as. It will''be.ready. to "lake' in. grain: by ThaVs 'going some. If you arc not in-town every day, you will find new business houses ii full swing when you do come. The j Ut church in'Hctlaw. .Messrs. Len. getting the ground ready for spring seeding. Lots more land will be sum- mer fallowed In 1914 as tbey havo found out it pays bc-st. Rev. Mr. Booth royal from Taber was here lafit Thursday, Oct. 30 and held a meeting to organize a Method- St Louis. Nov. olphus EiiBcb, illed today, makes char- ilablo .h.eqaesis .aeeregatlns and places the bulk of tbe-estalo in' ol trust, naming fcusch Char--'wno lias hcen. siiciiding her vacation with her parents here, returns Calgary on Wednesday. D. C- Jones is building'a-.1 decce on "Apollo" St. and and sen of .the baninaer is heard on oil sides. .VULCAN" The new building, of the Canadian J_ _', of Commerce is enclosed atid (will soon tie readyjcr It's Vulran.-'Alta., Xov. race between the bank the farmers' elevator .to see Thick will Carl Malanberg, A. Harris, Mr. Smith and KrneU Domcy were elected trustees. Steps arc to be tak- en E. church site and build a church at. once. The Methodist peo- ple don't wait lo he last in a "town like netlarv. From the fai1 East to the great West, coffee reigns supreme at the breakfast table. 'Seal Brand Coffee is the recognized standard by which all others are judged. San born, Montreal. Ml TOM RICHARDSON. M.P., (LABOR) For Whiehavcn in the British House of Commons. He Is now in Canada and will talk to mass meet- ings of labor men at various points. Nov. schoo teachers looking for positions in rura I Ethools of Spokane county will fin 3 faim experience just about as vat uahlo as hook learning. The f each ITS themselves, assembled In annual in stitute, havo voted to dismiss thel schools one week each fall at a time whoa the assistance of children most needed on the farms. Teacher will full pay for that "week, no for keening the pedagogic ben die warm, but for digging potatoes harvesting turnips and carrots working side by side their im Si-okane County School Superintend ent E. G- McFarJand, who is respon siblo Tor this innovation, will seek t have a state law passed at the session of Ute legislature applying th system to all counties of He Is also .working out a plan to giv the pupils scholastic credit for garde work done at home. Nagol and "A. trustees. VANCOUVER CONSTABLE WAS ELECTROCUTED. Vancouver, Xov. 2, Police Con: stable McMonomy was elec- tempting to shake-clear a .crossed1 wire of a street lamy in the corner of Cypress and Eighth avenue. He 2- years old and man, Ont W-resi- Spotane, Xov. Just two days after returning lo his old mission at DeSmet, Idaho, after attending the 5Cth anniversary in Spokane of his baptism "of 17 Indians on the site of Ibe present Northern Pacific, depot in October, 1SC3, the Rev. Father Joseph XI. CaruanapE.J., dfed this He liad made his home at the mission for half a century. Father Caruana was a pioneer in tins part of the country. He -was- 77 years bam on the Island of Malta, Aiisust 2-1, 1S36. Hc'jnj: James M. Pratt, engineer of. th obtained a missionary appointment to j- assenger train No. 5S on the Ifurlin ton system, wrecked by collision wil a huge -boulder near Genoa, Wis., die ENGINEER DIED AFTER La CroEse, GREAT Xov. 4.- eightecn hours of excruciating suffe !czema for Three Years, Broke Out on Head in Scales. Itched and Burned Badly. Cuticura Soap and Ointment Cured. Lyons BrooV, N. S. "I suffered with .-zcmi for thnx> jeirs. It start ed on my aaiJi first between aal Bugvrs vara Ills cracks. Then it Lroko out un cay la It itched aiyl b'jrixs'l badly I couM col It VAS io itcLbs acil tunJc- that I tcraKhe-J aod nu'lo sons ar.druy hair caaa o'Jt awfully 1-aiL 1 tlicl cot what It ras. I Tvas trvatcd for a Iocs Uno aad It did do any good- 1 gave u? my irork for a month b'jt ?j 5O03. as 1 started doled my asaifl lay hands g'J- aa bad 13 ever. J two Ixntfcsof--------and 5 (liJ not do any Ona day I read ibout CulL'ura Koap aa'l Oinlmeat and to try tben. I sent for a cuapla sntl I U3cd then tl'l I Baw It FtoppcJ tbe and burning, co I eci, thrco catw of Soap and a tox of CutEcura Olat- ment sad that curtU ilri J.'McKes.mey. May 27, 1013. r only arc Soap and Ointment ;ost vaJuaWoin tho treatment of eczomza and other Ubtrcssins eruption of slda aatl Lut no other cmolilctta