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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta JTueisflay, November THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD DID YOU KNOW That our.RepUir Dept. has a well reputation for the most reliable repairs. Clocks are very un- Odrtaln in their action this weather and guess at the time quito a bit If you have a cloak in your houee suffering in that manner, let our Repair Itepartment take it in hand and'you may be sure of ob- taining satisfaction. Then again, If you have any article' of jewelry that wants repairing, bring it along and we will be' pleased to fix it for you. Charges moderate. E.A.EWERT Round St. Oliver Block DISTRICT NEWS MANY BERRIES DISTRICT Miss Myrtle Marchesseaiil't and Mrs. E. .T. Bowcolt paid a visit to Mrs. S. Paul on Sunday last' The people of this district must lie now barn, and they expect to have it completed next week. It is rcporUxl thai the railroad is completed to a distance of 115 miles east of here, by a man who has just arrived from Saskatchewan, and it- is expected to reach Lethbridge bv the fall of 1911. The farmers are busy preparing for the whiter, out here, for they are ex- pecting a hard winter. was something said in the from Eagle Butts to preach to them, but there was only a small attend- ance. J. B. Vttlkins was taken down on Saturday by a bad cold and La Grippe, but we hope he will soon re- cover. Rev. Mr. Prazer will preach at the residence of A. R. Marchcsscault on Sunday, Nov. 13, and it is hop- ed that a tetter attendance will re- sult in the future. Rev. Mr. of Eagle Butle, while travelling to A. R. Marchcs- sault's residence on Saturday night, took, the wrong trail and ended up at the residence of U. Jackson, where he- was met by another It i.t wandi-rer, who, while hunting his lost, night overtaking him, and travelling PICTURE FEAMEVG Large assortment of the designs in Mouldings. WORK GUARANTEED GEO. BEATON Cement House, Glyn Street, Sherlock Bldg. ment extending a telephone lino in the south country from Medicine Hat, but we think it "was only a bluff. Wm. Penland, of Medicine Hat was out to his horse ranch on Friday last. Mr. Hooper, cattle rancher of Manv Berries District, has sold seven hun- dred head of yearling steers. about three hours he saw the light of Mr. Jackson's residence in the dis- tanoe and managed to follow it and bndge landed safelv. D. Jackson was at the coal mine on NOTICE _ Notice is hereby given that P.; N; Stafford has sold his interest in" the' blacbsmithing B.usiaess conducted by Wilson on Smith street, w a. Oavericfc and Joe Graham. All outstanding ac- counts should be paid at once to -the new firm, Wilson Co. who will also pay all indebt- ednes's of the old 'firm. The members of ,the new, firm have.had a wide exper- ience and are experts at their business, and solicit the pat- ronage of the public. ADDRESS ALL COMMUNI- CATIONS W7ilson Co. BOX 2007 and lauded back urday night. Hay is plentiful out here for on i Sec. 12, Tp. G, R. .6, one man has about 100 tons for sale. J. B. Wilkias.. is "'busily engaged building a new and has it'near- ly completed. ;G-eo. Betts, of' this district, has gone out to herd sheep-for Mr.-Toung for a short-time. Young is trailing to Bad Water Lake for the winter. A..R. Marchesseault rbouglit a heavy yoke of work oxen, weight 'about 1800 fts. each BARONS ITEMS Barons, Nov. Ladies' Aid were entertained at Mr. Rigby's last week. Mr. Braren, of Claresholm, was in town Thursday. J. Smith is spending a few days in Claresholm. COALDALE NEWS Coaildale, Nov. and Mrs. from Ontario have been vis- iting at the homes of John Davidson and Mr. Lindblad. The Ladies' Aid will be entertained at the home of Mr. Shrumm, Wed- nesday. .Mrs. }V. B, Mitford is visiting her parents in Calgary. t Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Cannon and I daughter, Mary. Margaret, from Spo ,kane, Wash., are guests of Mr. and Mrs T, P. Brown. Mr. Showers underwent an operation for appendicitis at the hospital in j i-otfibrldge on Thursday last. Mr. and Mrs. J..JJ, Moore left Sat- urday morning .for.' home Rudyard, Mont. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Haley, Ed Da- vidson -and Miss Edith Byers spent Stirling. Miss Hewitt spent Sunday'last with Lethbridge friends. THE MODERN HEADDRESS returned .from tst week. James Thorn returned from leod last week. Leth- Mac- Philip Bawden returned from Leth- '-j bridge where he has been spending Thanksgiving with his parents. Kipp can register its first birth. Mrs. Fuller presctited the proud fath- er. Herb..' Fuller, ''with a little- girl on Sunday morning, Dr, McNally