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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, October 18.1910 THE LETHBRIDGE 0AJCLY HEKALD NEWS OF DISTRICT MINDA NEWS Mrs, A. R. Marchessault a'nd her daughter have gone to visit her daugh ter in Taber. x jerry Wilkin is still busy hauling logs for his barn. Mrs. E.. T. Bowcott is staying at the NO MORE DISTRESS FROMTHE STOMACH No Dyspepsia, Gas, Heartr burn or Indigestion Five Minutes Later Every 'family here ought to keep some-Diapepsln in the house, as any one may have uvi attack of In- digestion of. Stomaca trouble at any time, day or night. acres of This harmless preparation will di- fall grain in, and it is about six inches I gest anything you eat and overcome a Pioneer general store in Mrs. A. .viarcnessauit's absence. Jas. Carter has got thirty R. Overcoats nigh. j stomach A. K; Marchessault's two sons minutes afterwards. coming home from their homesteads in Taber for the winter. E. H' Daviet; will give a party in his new residence when it is complet- jea. The successful article is t iys imitated. is the most successful creation in Overcoats introduced into Canada. r- IU, distinctive features are so unique and valuable tnat they have been patented. t This, however, does not prevent others from making extra- vagant, claims "for cheap imitations- -or in V. O. Langdon has taken a position las clerk in the-gent's furnishing store iof R. H. Richardson here. Fred Smee. late of the Macleod Ad- vertiser and now of the Pincher Creek Echo, spent Sunday at" his home in Macleod. L. Macintosh has entered the ser- vice of ti e Hudson's Bay Co. here as caretaker and warehouse man. George Vosburg of the Purity Bak- ery here, spent the week end in Gran- um. Whitla still wanis ,a blacksmith shop, a barber shopi. drug tor, hotel, bank, -etc. The Citizens.Lumber Co., Ltd., mov- ed their lumber office onto' their new site during the past week, and rare -When- will be a big improvement Roy Dalton returned to Lethbridge on Saturday. He" has- been absent about two months. v J. D. Heck made a business trip to Medicine Hat the first .of last week. Roy Cherry departed for Cormorant, Minn., last week to spend the winter with his parents. A. F. Doherty is expected home.on every train with a better half. Fred Reginald, of Chin, who has been running the lumber yard for the Citizens Lumber Co., at that place, the past four niontns, came in on Wed nesday evening, and is assisting Mr. Kicnardson for a few days. E. G. Corbett has been improving his homestead the past week -by'dig- ging stone and having some break- ing done. Miss Ethel Poore gave a surprise party to Miss Agnes Pifer the past week. The occasion was Miss Pifer's birthday. L Alex. Ashton made a flying switch to Seven Persons last Friday, return- ing the same day. Ernest Dalton went to Bow Island last Saturday to see somebody. I wonder who? H. C. Newendorp, representing the Citizens Lumber Co., was in town last Tuesdeay evening between trains: He thinks Whitla is fast becoming an em- city. The good weather the past week has enabled the farmers to continue to break and plow and harrow. The district will have a goodly average in crop next season. W. Fuller and Fred Reginald took dinner with the family of S. S. Kichardson at their home, one and a half miles north of town last Sun- day. Coleridge.. Oct. has acquired quite as a cattle) snipping point." As there is much better 'accommodation in the stock yards here than at Medicine Hat. most of the shipments from the- larg- er ranches in the district are made at Coleridge. Scarcely a week passes without one or more shipments. "Last week the Bull Spring ranch shipped seven car loads to Winnipeg, 'and. today Hazzard and Aludie are shipping 270 head of fine fat cattle to Barber and Ellis, Ont. Last year- 6000 head of .cattle were shipped." from Coleridge during the season. Mrs. Thomson of Holland, Man., .is spending a. few days this week with Mr. and Mrs. A. McLean, of the gen- eral store; Mrs.- Gardner and two sons of Gull Lake, Sask., spent a couple of days with friends in the. vicinity of Cole1 ridge, returning to'Gull Lake on No. 2 Monday evening last: Mr. Sick of the. Lethbridge Brewery, and. Thomas Underwood, proprietor 'of the Grassy Lake -hotel, visited P. Lecleux of the. Hotel Coleridge on Thursday. 'J Mr. Maille has made provements to mV-liouse on Tenth, avenue. Mr. 'switch- whose furniture" has just'arrived from; .Ottawa, has leased it and .is Born on Sunday, Octebsr" 2nd, to Mrs. and Miss Baillie, who have Mr. auu Mrs. Robert Gilroy, twin boys been -visiting at Macleod for two months, have left for their home in The Macleod business of the Brem- ner Electric Co. has been purchased by H. E. Perry, who was the former manager for that firm. The business will be known in future as the Perry Electrical Co. W. Renwick expects to be open for tneir allotted time was very short Tor this world, and taey passed away the same evening. 'Sympathy is ex- tended to the bereaved family. K. A. Kenan tz. president of the Cit- izens Lumber Co., of Minneapolis, .Minn., and Mr. Ward, vice-president, same place, John Jackson, general manager, of Lethbridge, and H. C. Newendorp, auditor, ot" Lethbridge. Tuesday and Wednesday October 18 and 19 v Sam Griffith Owner H. Cleveland Manager _ _. ___ The genuine pictures of the Taken at keno, Nevada, July 4th, at f cost of 6 mil of Perfect Films One 50 75c reserves moving in today. .-V.v, All our typhoid fever, patients >re quite recovered and' Coleridge for the present a clean health.. Louis Foissier, who been cook at local: tiotel for accepted a 'similar' position. ralm Cafe, Medicine for that. cityx on, Wednesday evening.. Mr.'James one. of the car- penters-working extension" of tfle left.. on Saturday :evea- .ing to position in" Calgary.- RESCUE STATION AT FER.NIE .Victoria, Oct. F. Tolmie, dep uty minister of mines with H, Shep herd, the chief inspector, nas left loi the Crow's Nest nuning: fields to es Fernie ernmeat rescue stations in. the operating collieries -Oi British the officials to-the coast, .arrangement! will be.: made for -the nd; Cumberland stations in the hardware line in his i were in town last Tuesday, looking new store in the Metge and O'Brien lover the new yard.-and departed on which is now completed, in the tSe east bound iraim'or Medicine Hatj near future. The store which Mr. Renwick will that evening. Mr. Ward spoke of the j nice location of Whitla, ancl thought! vacate will be occupied by the S. j ir destined to be a good town. S. Trading Co. as a grocery and pro-j F. H. Coleman made a business trip! vision store. MO Bow Island the fore pan. thei The firm of Mc-jweeK. j Donald and Watt, which is one of the' .Vir. Hedrington, father of C. D. and j best knownr firms in this part of Al-j Martin Herrington. died at his home j berta, has been dissolved. Malcolm J ten miles south of Whitla last Tues- McKenzie. M.P.P.. retiring from it.-day night, with paralysis of the it is nor, known whether ?.Ir. McKen- j throai, so we are lold. The bereaved j wil) again enter business. j lamily have the sympathv of all. .Miss Hazel Sanderson, who has! Mr. Henning, of -Calvary. nml Mr. laid UD Tor several months with Korest, of iledicme HaL reDrescntinjs; No better Cigarette the world over than 'The. purest form m wtick can le ;