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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HERALD An investment in Pmcher City now is sure to give you big' returns. Ine buildin of the il new railways will more than ill double tne present price of PmcKer .City Property, We will make terms to suit purchaser; V OFFICE OPEN EVENINGS ceOtt Block Phone 1425 .Lethbridge, Alta. CARNANGAY DISSATISFIED AUCTION SALE OF HORSES Toesilay oisr. i G. GRAVES' SALE ST. 't ;.THE FOLLOWING j Heavy, .idraft team, well- ..ma'tched, -weight 3000 _" _ J f? Tl ageti- 7- years. 1 mares, '7 and S- years' foal to "heavF draft geldings, 6 years old, itSOO Ibs: 1 splan geldings, 5 years old, 2600 Ifcs. ;T spkn mares, 7 .years old, weight Ibs. 1 spaav driving horses, 4 and 5 years ,'jOld, well" broken and quiet J. A. SMITH IS A PARTIAL LIST j 4 two year old draft colts. 3 one year old "general pur- pose colts.. I. 1 pair nice oar mares', well match ed; 5' years" 'old, weight. 2400 Ibs.; 2 saddle ponies. 3 wagons. j 1 2-single buggies. j 1 set light ieam- harness. V ji. 1 All horses are "well broken and quiet." AUCTIQJVEEB [LUMBER OPERATORS IN LAKE OF THE WOODS" DISTRICT Exceedingly Supply Al- ready Exhausted Kenora, Nov. most 7. prediction of to know that, this winter would -be -one of the busiestiin the- history district, has given promise already of exceeding anticipa- tions.. It is estimattd that in the por- tion .of the district tributary to Lake of the Woods there -will be over two tnousand men employed in the" .var- ious, camps. In the portion of the district .to- the north and east there ,___, Nov. 4. The Mock Trial held on Monday last in aid of English'church building fund, was a splendid success. By S o'clock the hall crowded and at 8.30, when the curtain went up every square inch of. floor' covered. Ttie plaintiff 'in th'e case, 2fiiss Anna Njass Whoissbe. 'tfajj_.represented by-Mr. N. A. Wilson great "cleverness, Mr. A. E. Quayler as the defendant, was a jov- ial and.jolly Mr. Easy Mark. Mr..A. B. Hogg- 'as-his' lordship, dispjaj'-ed Gilber-tian'ialenj., and Messrs. W. R. Gumming and D. Algar-Bailey as counsel Tor the plaintiff and de- fendant respectively caused great mer- riment in The jury, composed: of ties, decided in favor of the- plaintiff, and awarded lier the 67 cents of the At the ,conclusion of the trial refreshments 'were served and the, Jight fantastic was tripped till the early hours of morn. Great dissatisfaction is expressed at- the action of the U.P.R. in reduc- .ing the train service to three traics a week instead four as hitherto. The fact that' authorities had decided to inaugurate a four-mail a it all the more annoying.. It seems to be a case for, the Board of Trade to take up, Mon- Wednesday and Saturday .is a bad-division, of-the week. Thursday and Saturday are far more 'preferable. j Real, estate .is fairly, active. 'Several' lots hav.e-.been sold .during the week, and several are pending. Many hundreds of acres have been broken this fall in this district, and cold is graduallv -put- to stubble plowing can be "seen going on in will also be a large number. -Con- tractors are now daily securing- men t6 make up, their -camps and already the'local supply of labor has so ex- hausted itself that hundreds of men are'-being brought in from Winnipe and other western Boats .with J I- w J the freeze up makes transportation un- certain for a fe wweeks.- WorkLon'the ,C.P.R. bridge is going on apace ,and, .rumor says that iC will be-finished.-, this 'side of Christmas. NATIONAL APPLE SHOW WAS -A'GREAT SUCCESS Vancouver, lirst Can- adian National, Apple Show closed, to- nigtit with a; total attendance for the eight thous- and. At a "closing luncheon American judges and American" exhibitors joined in declaring it the greatest appJe'shoTO, ever Yet. in the face of its re- men-and supplies are.going-in -the management to different "camps "for the deficit of at least ten thou-. to have camps started b'efpre ,saQd- Tnis win not "surprise "them for Uiey .dm.not expect it to-.be the- prices -alone Oeing twenty-five- thousand :t dollars; B. d. carried -off1 the pre- mier prizes. The -Washington and exhibitors won several-med- arid cash prizes.'-: NO MORE DISTRESS FROM THE STOMACH No Pyspepsia, Gas, Heart- burn or Indigestion Five Minutes Later Every .family here ought to .keep some JDiapepsin in the house, as any one you may hare avi attack of In- digestion or Stomaca trouble at any time, day -or night. This harmless preparation -will di- gest anything you eat and overcome a distressed, stomach five minutes- afterwards. .If :your meals .don't tempt you, or do eat seems to fill youv or a lump of lead in your stomach, or if you have heart- burn, that, is a 'sign of Indigestion. Ask. your.-Pharmacist for a 50-cent. ease' "of tape's Diapepsin, and take a little.just-as soon as yo.u can. Inere no sour no belching of undigested food mixed acid, no stomach' gas -or heartburn, fullness or heavy, feeling in, the stomach, Nau- sea; .Debilitating1: Headaches, Dizzi- ness or, intestinal, griping. This will all go, arid, rthere -will be no sour food left" over in the stomach to poison with ;nauseus odors. -Pape's .JDiapepsin is a certain cure for o.ut-of-order stomachs, because it prevents fermentation and takes hold of your food: and digests It just the same as if your.stomaciiVasn't there. Relief ih.l'ive minutes from all stom- ach .misery- at any drug score, wait- ing These large cases contain more .than- sufficient to cure almost any Indi- gestion or -any other Stomach trouble. BEAUTIFUL SHRUBS Are "you the large nttmBer of fine hardy'-Flowering Shrubs that are ly hardy-on the prairie and will .thrive there, year after year, getting mere beautiful every' year? t We can send you a selection of twelve -three years old, that -will bloom this coming summer and'all will bo blooming at different-periods from-spring un- til-fall. The selection includes Lilacs, Snow- balls; Wiegelias, Syriigas, Elders, Berberries, Snowberries, Deuteias, suckles. etc. Ail two to; three feet. three years old, regular value This all express charges pre- paid to your nearest express ..'office at special price. 'i 'For 30 days only of JPJace orders early Only per dozen Kootenay .V Mirror Lake, G. CYCLONE JN PORTUGAL MARCHED IN PARADE AS f PROTEST AGAINST "PROFANITY cyclone has done great at Villareal, In the.pro- .of .Tfaz-Ori-Montez. Several sm allcriff have-fteen sunk and in one case the entire .crew of ten. THE LETTER BOX ADVERTISING ON POLES Herald: ..local scribe takes notice of the action of our civic council in for- madlng the tacking of advertising mat- ter on our street cites an instance of breach of theLenactment As each- alderman .is. of the police he is to that ex- tent .so- that the offence, reterred to is not likely to occur often. .Yours etc., .ROBERT- SAGE. Thousands Reviewed; in .Washington Leading Prelates- Nov.' a public j; profession of religion and a protest against.profanity, -the cieties! of Baltimore, .several, thousand'' -Jstrong; marched through" the streets "'of tibnal Capital today. Mbs't Rev. Mgr. Faiconio, apostolic to "''the United States; Bishop Oweti, Cbrrigan of Baltimore, Mgr.'Jas; S. iracklin.' and Mgr. Thomas viewed WOULD FLY LONDON TO PARIS. .London, Nov. the young Welshman, who -..recently made a night of miles night a small dirigible airship built by him-, self -and -wno estaWshed 'a ascended in dirigible Wormwood Scru-bbs this afternoon and] headed for Paris. IS SHRINERS AT REG1NA iiia, ifesons authority to establish a-shrine of-'; Ancient Arabic of Electric Restorer for Men Phosphonol restores every-acrve in the body its proper tension.; restores .vim and vitality. .Premature decay and all sexual weakness icnce. I-Iioffolionol v.ill rakeycuanewEiac. Pnce SS a box. or two for udA? acy.address. The ScobcH Drug atharlaeg COFFIN STOCK at S7c le are talking 57c on the Dollar. The Other Merchants are busy explaining it away Hats Children's Nursery Shoes Shirts Penman's Underwear 65c Watson's U 5 A I Ladies ies' SB J fj Ap s 5mts Smocks 75c are fillmg the reater than have its capacity daily-every hour-hundreds of them 't pay Regular Prices-buy here-now-today-everv m 'IT clL OF I C NEXT S HARDWARE, STORE ROUND STREET, ;