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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta October 18, AsK Your Grocer For T1TE LETimRIDGE DAILY HERALD VOLTURNO ON FIRE IN MID OCEAN -use it for breakfast tomorrow -and note the satisfied smile as your husband enjoys his morning cup. 145 Ctmso ffiV Sanborn, Montreal. BUILDING AT BURDETT. Ilu'ildtiig Is reported at lltirilett. i.iUlK-rs at work on the new Mtthodlsl Church and the builJlns mil toon be ready for occupation. A. Hamilton Is just comi'leling a com- lorlablo llltle building to bo used ly liie (own as a council chamoer auil loch up. YV. J. Maxwell 15 erecting a storey dwelling. NEW HOTEL MANAGER. TV K Gilbert, lato of California, nlized rice officially went oul-of el-1 lias been appointed manager of the in Detroit today. By order of Allio'ta Hotel, Bhirmore, succeeding., polite Commissioner John M. j. King. I every in the city was loroca to close and Its inmates either leave Dat- I roll, or find Eoiue lawful means of It .Is estimated Oiat 2.000 women, are affected by Hio order. After several irionUis realiing" of breaa. iThis Woman Knows i How. D.' D. Clares Skin Trouble! er expected a cure. 1 only col V. lo Inke the Icrrlblc Itch away. Bui by degrees I saw Iho big sore Killlns smaller. 1 have a" lhankftil heart lo- Vith Leih'bridge Band at their big Concert, Friday, Oct.. 24th MALE TRIPLETS BORN. lone other child. The triolets Angeles, Oct. first five pounds, male triplets born in the United laics since 1SS6, are members, to- ay of the family of Robert Albert xiveil, a soda fountain clerk. Their other sets only J14 a week, and has IN ORDER TO MEET THE COLD GROWERS MUST No. 77T CORSET SUGGESTIONS Jut conet Mrs. Slltt, ren 1 tooli a bad leg at the liirlh of my last chilli. I was laid up five weeks, with a doctor allcnding me who does nothing but treat this kind of tWn disease. Six wccia nco I hcaid of D. D. As 1 used to icor my leg ol nlpht unlil it wrs n bleeding 1 applied a bollic pi l. U. I can't tell you llie eiso it 1 never used lo sIe-5? '.vllh Many a time I nearly (ell fltn dlizliicM from want. of. Drug 15 Slanrtaul Skin Ilcmcriy gave me. 1 the pain. visitors always welcome. The euro! of D. D. D. arc ir.g in the evcnrnV and Hot. All dr'usBitls havft this, sooth: Ins, cooling waah onJ also tlic cfflc- lenl U. D. D. Skin Soap. Come to us rind we will-sell tho first full size bottle on the piar- nntce that it will Ihe llch. at once-oi' your money CATHOLIC "ST r s A. H; Ho'sciiihal, pastor, Hey, 1'. Sllulwe- fci'. S a.m. I'liildrcn's bass a-ni- High; Mass II a.m.. While attempting to cross the Pitt River, sitting astride a slab, CJias. Woods and Robert VBUghan were thrown into the water and drowned. CORSETS full 1 777. If.tte ccmplclc of in each raodcl. Bal-bc to Gtiet Contl.: Thtn ool jaitilic coialrfrt lo we Jiclila ol liihko. yeuV like lo oi' J 'J, CliOMPTON--CORSET COMPANY LIMITED, TORONTO That tho C. P. H. Is'dlECrlmlnalln against tho grain growers In favor o he cpnl inlning.inanslry is the chars made, by farmers in Sonlhern Alberta are ol the opinion tha Iho mines are Belling Iho cars, no only coal cars but'grain cars as we) while points directions ar suffering from lack, of cars to ino> grain. Bast and west.along the Orow-lit the shortage Is-acute. Al Clarcshol the 'order book sliu-vs 400 cars necdc and only a few coming In at intervals. Meanwhile the mines are being well auppiicd. U is slated on good author: ity that Oo'ncral-Superintendent Cole- man at Calgary has Iss-jofl orders that mines shall be supplied first. In ac- cordance .-with this orJcv 250 empties iavo'hecn diverted from the grain dis- tricts to the I'ass coal fields nurlnfc the Jays. The cold snap.all over Ihe west Is given as the reason (or this order, and [armors In the meanwhllo ore assured that once the coal Tush Is over they will be given Ihe benefit in prefer- ence to the mining camps. t' Threshing Is 85 per cenl. completed according to.'reiiorls from points in .ill pads-of-Soulhern Alberta.- This nieanVlh'al there are at least COO bushels' 'of wheat in Soulhern Al berla availing .shipment, 'ostlmalinfr thai bushels have been snip- ped .to Winter Gas A Service If you desire comfort and .efficiency, tluriiig'tho coining winter, secure it by making-an application for our-service if you nre fortunate enough to bo. on a gas main. Good health, comfort. pleasure are gas. Start being a gas user how. The Natural Gas Co. Ltd. ;