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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta TheLcthbrldge Daily Herald Tuesday, March A CHANCE FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN The boy or girl fifteen years of age or under, attending school who writes the best advertisement for our business to fill this soace will For the second and third best advertisement each. p ecme Send, all advertisements to he Manager, Advertising Department, Herald, who will act as All advertisements must be at the Herald office before 5 o'clock Tuesday, March 15th, THE PIONEER LUMBER CO, LTD WATCH FOR THE C. T. EVENT GALT HOSPITAL Ladies Have Had Success In Collecting For Good Cause LitJVi: >-J Following is the list. of donors to; flO; H. A. McKillop Co. J. McLeay i bles rre all gone. It is r pleasure lor me the Ladles' Aid of Gait hospital MeKelvie and McGuire R. A.J to add one more testimonial to the grand i Wright E. A. Cunningham ?10; reputation of Gin Pills." I OWE MY LIFE TO GSR PILLS" After Ten years of agony If you want to a happy woman, iust call on Mrs. Mollie Dixon, 59 Ilos- kin Ave., West Toronto. And when she becomes enthusiastic over Gin Pills, just remember that they cured her of terrible Kidney Disease from which she suffered for 10 vears. "After ten years of suffering from Kid- ney Disease, I believe 1 my life to Gin Pills. Before I begun using Gin _ Pills, my back ached so much that I m the Coal Creek hold- :ould not put on own shoes, but after i up case came to a temporary halting ti'.kmg three of Gin Pills these trou- place yesterday afternoon when- the i ill Tt ic- ci Tnr _ ALLEGED HOLD- UP MEN ARE ARRAIGNED AT FERNIE (Special to the Herald) March rapidity of M. DIXON. suspects were brought before Magistrate J. S. T. Alexander, and the preliminary examination of the Silent Salesmen Showcases will increase your business. You cannot afford to be with- out them. We are offering the besr value in this line on the mar- ket. Let us quote you. THE D. R. MclNTYRE FURNITURE CO. Tilsonburg, Ont. ALBERTA REPRESENTATIVE GEO. WHELEN Box 687 Lethbridge, Alta U'cied to date: .Round" street-collector Mrs. Hig.; K. D. Johnson I, S. Ripley ,5': P. j If vou are lsavi trouble yo four men> Nat' he Good Co. >5; Western Trans- Tuller 510; .Mr. and Mrs. E. X. j Kidneys or Bladder, take the advice of j Johu ge.ailKcr aml F Varlow t fer Co. Lethbridge-Weyburn Heal-i Higinbotham Mrs. W. D. Whit-i those like Mrs. Dixon, who have tried !i :y Co. Ltd. Hudson's Buv Co. W Mr. R. F. Reeve, Gin Pills, and us, them. They will cure provincial policeman at Coal, _ _, JL _, _ you of every trace of these troubles, and Greek, upon a. formal charge of rob- Piche and Xliron Bemley Co. Ltd. Mr. and Mrs. 1. P. Perry 0. E. j act Livcr. bm. t t fl 8? C. m.. n n. n A r I t 1 T 11 f I _ 1____ 1___. t f O Zft 5; Western Stationery Co. ?5; A. Tah Mrs. Galiivan 51; Mrs. M. E. It. Rome J. B. Reuter J. Mrs. Hasulak Higinbotham and Co. L. Pabsr Mrs. R. B. Deane Friend 50c; Mrs. ?1: Mrs. ClK-.s Hyssop ?1; Mrs. i Toronto, Ont 50c. a box, 6 box fey r Van Mrs. Rolls A Friend Jas. Crabb Street and Ashmead Street Collector Mrs. The Simp- son Co.. Ltd: 0. D. Austin Empire Cafe 25c; Mrs. Mallei. 50c; John Scot; H. Freeman Mrs. charged Robt Kerr ?2; Mrs. Wm. McAdoo bail to was filled to overflowing long before j the prisoners were marched into the; presence of the court to be formally j OF ESTABLISHED IMS I-' Mnnon ---j i Mr; Herchmer asked for j set for his client. Mr. 5L05: Mrs- B- Macdonaid objected, and the J. W. Tennant 50c; trate refused to consider the matter r f akc escape from convjct'ion difficult. Thomas 50c; Mrs. Younghusband Mrs. Win. Morris A Friend ?1.25.' UNKNOWN MAN DIES IN TORONTO STREET CARJ mknown .___ man apparently 50" years of age QtD VlfUQ AT dropped to_tihe Hoor of a Broadview f 1LEO AI car this morning on Queen street east and found to Business, i -Apply at once- r told I had heart trouble and that my nerves were all unstrung. I took his mediciie, ss he ordered me to do, but it did me no pood. I tnen itartcd to take Milbura's Heart and Nerve Pills, and had only taVec one box before I started to i night during tho better, sc I ihcU urrtn I dnv had taken aeveral boxes, and I am now strong and well, able to do my own Save me or I and in the even- ing from Luke "and Peter went out and wept bitterly. The services will continue ench! Jewelry Engraving1 and Repairing Sheet Music and Musical Supplies MclNTYRE ERICKSON Electroplating a Specialty Cranbrook B.C. Phone 121 Armstrong Ave. 'I HAY AND GRAIN FOR SALE Ripley Bros. II __ work. When I commenced taking your j FuTiy nine out of every ten cases i daughter, which was a happy thing in thr. j tJie musclps due to cold or damp, family. When I commenced taking Mil- or chronic rheumatism, neither of' TL i HP 111C iiutu i JB burn's Heart and Nen-e Pills. I could not which require any internal treatment needed to afford relief is LETHBRIDGE. upsitnirs without resting before T got j to the top. I can now go up without ff. 1 any trouble." application of Chamberlain's, LaUd anH i Hal fn M Price' Pcr box or 3 for i Give It a trial You arp 1-ailU rtllU M driers or mailed direct on recciol are Bank Building at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt jr of price bv The T. Milbum O jf51 Toronto, Onv. Coal, Ice and DRAYING I Western Transfer Co. LONG BKOS.Proorietora which it afTords. druggists. tn. with the quick Sold by all noxt PftTTmON BROS. DRAYING And General Team Work COAL ORDERS promptly at- tended to. PHONE 472 A. L. Patterson H. Patterson ;