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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, November 28, THE USTHBRTfiOB DAILY ITERALP L INVESTMENT Is Assured You by Investing in SUNALTA Compare the location and price of thi. properly with other real estate that if on offer in this city SUNALTA at per lot is Actually below the Present Market Value of These Lots SEE OUR WINDOW FOR THE DISPLAY MSHOWING THE LOCATION OF THIS PROPERTY MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW, IN A FEW DAYS IT WILL BE TOO UTE ASQUITH LLNDSEY 1183 Dominion Block ni Phones MAGRATH MOURNS AN UNTIMELY DEATH Mrs, 'Died With Shocking Suddenness; Also New Born Babe In conversation with Earl Pillgrie, manager of the Citizens' Lumber "Co., he reported collections as being en- tirely satisfactory this fall notwith- standing: the fact that so "the fnrmers have not yet.threihed. There .Much comment is being pained in respect to the outcome of Woolley appeal case, which finally settled after many delays by Judge Winter of the District Court in which the Ur. Wool- brisk demand for lumber, show- Hey. the municipality having to pay ing that building operations are going all the costs of court. The case. Is a on. This is very encouraging and [notable one as well as unusual in speaks well for Magra-th, and district. s 'MagVath, 'Nqf. The whole com- 1 The new Magrnth c-eanjery mimltr wan shocked yesterduy morn-jhavo its formal opening: next Jug lo learn sad and sudden day at two o'clock. It..; expected h 'that the directors and ofliclaH of 'the r i company will be to view the o plant. .Manager Marlett expressed that It hns been hanging In the bal- ance all summer and that. It is per- haps tho first lime in the history of Western Canada when a HEAD OF ARMY IC.P.R. HANDS OUT HERETONESDAY On- Weoncsday, November 8 'f.m. the local corps ot tbo Salvation Army are: to bo honored with brought suit against its. mayor for violation ot a lown ordinance. It'.was held that Jlr. Woolley was dealing-In esta't-a vvithout a license, but from Commissioner Recs, the officer le Malory-pi directly responsible lo General Booth, Jpr all the. Army operations in Can- rta, Newfoundland and, Bermuda. The service, which will take the a welcome to the commission- y or, will be held in me Arm) L.UBUCI. inve thousand more is the estimate T s Mackenzie will occupy the, [for November. This does not include 'chair. The n.ayo, and council and oth- children, carried free, representing cr'romineni cities will be on the twenty per cent, of the total. The death of Mrs: S. B. Haycock, which'that the directors and of 'the occurred on Saturday evening .after j company will be ,view the giving birth to a child, which also, plant. .Manager Marlett expressed jiassed aivny. The young husband Is j himself as being pleased, at.tlis suddenness of his creamery and hopes io'be soon turn- young wife's 'ing out lots of butter for the trade Mr. have jot Jlagratb and places, two years, and A. splendid seam of coal has boon Thev llvudlgrath. on the St. The against the major last avlsinK lo mar their seam'is reported to be. about three Woolley appealedI the c, happiness until the grim reaper cut feet thick and solid Tests jand won oiu m a short the lifo of-tho young wife, loav- have provon it to be first class do Ing husband in sorrow and grief. j-mestic. coal. Mr. Bradshaw expects FLENSING FIGURES Winnipeg, Nov. fig- ures were given out by the C. P. R. has been shown by the recent decls- Ur, will bo bold in the Army ion that he has been within the law. Judge Winter ------id the decision of Justice Staeay Jcr 'prominent citizens will be on here dealing with paid transportation issued to persons in the United King- dom for Canada, showing that so far this year persons have been booked, an increase of 500 over the whole of 1.110 and 6000 over For tho first ten months of the current jyear tickets were sold to and thousand more is tho estimate CAnl-has vtji me .i- working the or Magrath and Police Magistrate to give the commissioner a VYUrriUlf, iii tMiftrmanf in nT IJUtiUiUHI 111 HUKUW idlU Ilosidcs.lier liunband Mrs. Haycock to further develop the., propeny as there are indications of .coal iii UP- lenvcs a mother aiwi father, six sis- ters ami a brother to mourn her loss. Tbe sympathy'of everyone is extended to thoiri ih'tliei'r sad bereavement. Tile snow storm ot Saturday evcn- 1ns has put. a stop to nil threshing operations. It is .to be hoped that ihs weather will clour up and ai'iow the [armors' to finish threshing. limited quanliti. iNfiss Jezell Merrill returned home _ on Saturday from she Mathews, SUNDIAL .Sundinl, Nov. 27.-Born-On Fri- Mary's Lamb Mary had a little lamb, And rumor now is rife She sold It to a biitchor and That she is rich for life. Ndv' to Mr. and Mrs. Wai- .STOMACH MISERY bo. big baby boy. was attending the provincial i Mother and child an; doing fine. ;And school. An attack of typhoid fever necessitated her rotitn expects to return in Fcbru pleta lier course. typhoid fever at sninu 011 Waltcr's face. n .ffomei Thc of Sundial is in- hruary to com- _______ nn Rundav morniin Weatherproof Paint I You can readily appreciate the L economy of punting eipoted I of your house with paint that protects I and preserves the wood for the lonf est time at the lowest cost. You ahould, therefore, be particular to get MEml JU PURE PAINTS ipniil iaf retticnt ittraem m nun -ilt I. -1... Him. MJO.I, !M IMI M Mint. Trf it. in ntort far hr mhl C.W 0., l.imilH. ttrafH Flint the willi ctilinf Itw Mnfeary, durable, econoinlnl M-L FLAT WALL COLORS. tljat lor triiitic itincil deuMtivt tlTuta. AND SOLO BY LAYIMEH HART, "JUST VANISHES NO INDIGESTION, SOURNESS, GAS 'OR DYSPEPSIA FIVE MINUTES LATER As there is often some one in your family who suffers an attack of indi- geitlon or some form of Stomach trouble, why don't you keep some Diapepsln in ihc house bandy? Tills harmless blessing will digest anything you can eat without the slightest discomfort, and overcome a [sour cassv Stomach five minutes jwere .nil in proving up their jjjUj; loads. I -Tell your pharmacist to let you read Mr. and Mrs. llamliy, oi Redwood rormuln, plainly printed on these .creasing rapidly. On Sunday morning the stork called at tho home oi Mr. and Mrs. L. Krogli and led a line jibaby girl. Mother and child are doing; JVvssrs. Woodcock, N. Sanders and lml the Thwaitcs Bros, were 'anything you can eat imllcrs on Thursday and....... were a slpnds. :wenty per cent, of the total. Tbe average amount in cash of these per- sons were JSOO, or n total of 000. The heaviest movement wns in May, when 2D.2-I5 persons were handl- ed in the colonization and during April and May over a thous- and a day were landed at St. Law- rence ports. For the grand total, it is estimated that twenty per cent, re- mained in Eastern Canada; seventy ijer cent, went through to the West, and ten per cant, crossed the Interna- tional boundary.' It required nearly five hundred special (rains to handle the Western colonist traffic. WI1TTLA Minn., are visiting at thehrmie of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hose. months at Hie homo of her son HeH L'rlnlon. Mrs. Hcrl Crinion visited F. I'dlind hist week. Jlr. Handler called on his neither, Mr. f'. K. Ingram Kal.nrH.ny. lloiiuir Hanson is spending a few weoks in havinp; ;l fare- well visit wilb hla mother and Florence, who exrxiet lo leave for .South Aii-ini, where they will nuke their home with their daughter, -Mrs. Dr. Joe Main wml to Lcthhridgc for the winter. Mrs. K. A. who has hi'en .spending Ihr- Dimmer with her ilniigh- jlcr, Mrs. Ooliglns' Ipfl for Indlannla, cm Wednesday. A talkative woman may slrlltc man dumb, but with admiration len 'yoli will readily see why It mlnutea, and rclleyw at once such miseries Belching of Oaa, Eructa- tions of lour, undigested food, Nauica, Headaches, Dlzzineaa, Constipation other Stomach dliorders. ..Some folks have tried so long to find relief from Indigestion and Dyspepsia or sn oilt-of-order stomach with the common, cvery-day cures advcrtlicd tint they have about made ,up their minds tliat they hare toraethins else wrollf, or believe tlwlra is a cans of Kervoutneiii, Uaatrltis, Catarrh of the Stomach or Cnncer. This, no doubt, a serious mistake. Your real trouble what you eat docs not digest; instead. It ferments and lours, turns io acid. Gas and Stomach jolson, which putrefy in tho dlgeillvc triict and Intestines, and besides poison the brnalh with nauseous odors. A hearty appetite, with IhoroiiKh di- gestion. wltboul Ihe sllghtinl dis- comfort or misery of the Stomach, Is Whitla, Nov. and Mrs. P. 11. Colemau made a business trip to Lethbrldse the past week. Mabelle Richardson, who hss bean visiting in Lctllhridge and Mngralh, returned home last week., Oeorge Cunlift', representing the Medicine Hat Grocery Co., was In Whitla on Friday last. Mr. Moore, representing (he Massey Hnrrls Co., was ill TVhltla on business last week. Mr. Jic.Mullcn, representing Camp- bell, Wilson and. Home, I.eUibridge, was In lown last week. Thc young folks of Whitla went for sleigh ftiAa last Saturday. All re- port spending a very pleasant even- j II. Davis, representing Pliinkott fc Isavagn, of Lethbrldee, called III Whit- la tho past week. There will he a concert held- in the hail Dec. S. A good program may be expected. W. O. Couilll and son William returned to their home In Illinois week. When will tho opening of i.lio new bnll Hike place, did somebody ask? Soon, we hope, us all Ihe young peo- ple are getting anxious. Tho THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., L.L.D., D.C.L., PseaiDENT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENEML MAHAOU CAPITAL- REST.- TRAVELLERS'CHEQUES Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce are the most convenient form in which to carry money when They are negotiable everywhere, self-idsntifymf, and the exact amount payable in the pno. cipal foreign countries is printed on the face of every cheque. are issued in denominations of i and and may be obtained on application at the Bank In connection with its Travellers' Cheques The Canadian Bank of Commerce has issued a booklet entitled "Information oflnterestto thoM about to which will be sent free to appljinf far iL Lethbridge Branch C. G. K. Nonrse. Mgr. Persons to skate, but wheir they ar- rived they found-.there-was no flkat- ,g, so enjoyed the. show'instead. W. W. Fuller went to Medicine Hit on business on Saturday last. The Misses Mane and Agnes Pifer and Ernest weie in Medicine Hat on business last week. Mr. Nelson, auditor for the Farm crs Lumber-Co. of'Letjlbrldge, rwae in Whitla the past R. S. Howe made a business trip to Bow Islam! on Friday last. Threshing will begin Monday morn- ng. All stacks will be if sible. The L. T. ti. wll'l meet in the church Thursday. All children are requested be preient. The Ladles' Aid will meet Mrs. Olson'a. of town, on.Thurs- day. Everyone welcome. II, L. Helgcrson, of Lethbridge, in Whitla on business last woek. The Veoman Lodge was organized here last night. We understand there are a few members. B. P. Helgerson Is leaving for Wis- consin the fint of the month. ORGANIZE THE SARDINE INDUSTRY St. .lohu, Xov.' Col- well a tlsh raeidmnl of West Si John, Is organizing a corapany with capital lo erect a sardirb fac- tory. Several Americans are inter- ested iu the project. Bnor- moits guaiititiM of sanHae berrliK are, (long the shore from St. .lohu to tbe Maine.-border, and are sold to the Maine factories it East- port and Lubec. Over Jlt.OflO nrort.h of these little fish were taken in St. John harbor (Hiring the season Just closed. Tbe new comiuny pronOMs to call sardines for the Canadian mar- ket. ,.A Banfor paper has a report to the effect that an Eastport packer and some citizens of St. Andrews, N. B., propose to erect a factory IB Ohar- icite county, and that UM-OL'P, R, is Inking an Interest In the The carrying out of these plans would seriously reduce supply of fish for the Maine cannunes. i The average man hssn't yery much use for' a women wfto to convince him thsl be Is succeeds in doing It. NA-DRU-CO LAXATIVES I 9nt OninlKl LtaHM ;