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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald Saturday, March Page Government Owns Lots at A LITTLE GIRL MADE HAPPY The British Columbia .i owns oiie- of the lots at Fort (leorge, selected from our low'nsile. Their lots are not4 for sale at present. The lots we offer for sale are from one-quarter mile to one mile and a quarter from where the railroad terminus will he located. There are no oth- er lots to he had except ours nearer than 2 miles from the railroad termi- nals. The nearest railroad now in operation as the C. T. which is 320 mile.-: distant. Seven lines, of railroad including the main lino of the (fraud Tnin'k Paci- fic are building, and pro-1 J co ted to .Fort (reoro'o. first railroad will Fort (Jeorii'e in :Four draws were made Hast night at Hie Eureka 'before the luckly nnniber was discovered. First, 051003; sec- ond, SH442; third, 50747; fourth, 'J14U8; Miss Jennie Patterson 'having the honor of winning the lucky a beauU'ul diamond solitaire. Mana- ger 'Morris lias decided to give a prxe every Friday night from this date on. TJie-se rings are all of superior qual- ity and -make a [beautiful gift to one 'being fortumite enough to hold tine (lucky number. There is a chance giv en -with every adult ticket, so remem- ber the old saying, "Time and tide waits for no one." Get 'busy, get the U'Reka Halbit. You may be the next lucky winner Miss J'uanita Badgley, weH and favoi-ably remembered .Lhrough West- ern Canada because of her associa- tions 'with the 'Fax Company, has been en-gaged by Manager C. P. Walker as a member of the Robert Meikle company and will 'be bore when that talented organization ap- pear here in The Caledonian Hall Miss Hadgley made many friends in this territory on her last trip as pres; recenaly received announce her work as always Improving, she will doubtless win -many new admir ers at tins engagement. 'Besides (Miss -Badgley, Mr. Meikle will 'be assisted by Mr. Frank Lloyd a comedian of international repnta tion and Miss Nellie Malcolm, solo 'pianist. The company -will appear here on March 22nd. Silent Salesmen Showcases as a means of displaying your goods are unrivaled. Our system of manufacture en- ables us to offer you high grade salesmen at prices you cannot secure elsewhere. Write us. THE D. R. MclNTYRE FURNITURE CO. Tilsonburg, Ont. ALBERTA REPRESENTATIVE GEO. WHELEN Box 687 Lethbridge, Alta Jewelry Engraving1 and Repairing HOME CURE FOR ECZEMA of Wintergreen, Thymol and Glycerine, Combined, Used as a Simple Wash n'S it not strange; rhril so wny people suffer year in and year tu eczema1.' There's a simple wash that stops- he Itch instaMly und permanently ures. This wash IK composed of mild and oothing of wintergreen, mixed with hymol and glycerine, and known as D. D. Prescription. It has now beer ised for so many years, and has prov xl highly successful, 'that no suffer T should hesitate a moment before rying it. If you sufier tortures from eczema >r any other skin disease wiiU; at once o the D. D. D. Laboratories, 1., 23 Jordan St., Toronto, for a free rial bottle. are confident thai b. D. will cure you entirely and it will certainly stop that a win] itch at once. Johnston Jackson, Druggists. HUGE INCREASE IN CANADA'S TRADE The 1911. WINNIPEG MARKETS When this railroad will reach Fort George it will make capable of develop- ment the immensely rich territory along the lOOf miles of navigable water- ways at the junction of which ,Fort (leorge is lo- cated. Three lines of steam- hoats now ply on these waterways. ILore steam- boats are building. The future of Fort (leorge does not depend on the whim of any one railroad. Tliesc railroads must build along the water- ways or keep out. Fort George is at the junction of the water- ways. The ra'.lroads must come to Fort George. We have already spent advertising (-'.'011- tral British Columbia and Fort George. We expert to spend five times that amount. Because every well- posted man who has made a study of conditions in Central -British Columbia knows that Fort GeoriiT will, in a very IVw years. as large as Winnipeg. Vancouver or Spokane are today. which we offer to- day for 6150 to wiP then be worth tn the unanimous opinion of the Leth- 'the bridee Real Estate Association, a SETTLERS' RECORD Board of Trade- should be granted, that the work of publicitj scope witr for over five; miles and destroyed ab- out fifteen tons of hay. A. J. Cumming, from Claresholm. LABOR UNIONS PROTEST HIDDEN DEATH OF Lethbridge, March 17. 1910 Editor Lethbridge Herald: Trades arid Labor Council you to publish the following esolution: "Whereas, il has come to our know- ledge that the Postmaster General in us recent action is discriminating MRS. II. X. GALER Grand Forks. March Galer, wile of H. N. Galer. president of the: British American Trust o? Vancouver, died suddenly today at her against "Cotton's a paper (former home near mis city. Mrs. Gal- thai is voicing the interests of the working class of Canada; Tom Romanchuk of North Ward, appropriation as asked for was up before Inspector West and charged for starting a prairie fire on March llth. and was fined lollars and costs. The fire ran east iimi "otter rcsults llian hcre to fore. AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLV ED, that the Lethbridge Real Estate Association most heartily endorse the has purchased three quarter sections carricd Qn of land from the. 0. W. Kerr Co. in by -hp said Roanl Qf and car_ Tp. 10. R. IS, and will break rt up nestlr that your Honorable Body give their requests your most in er had been out walking and upon re- turning home tired, lay down on her "Resolved, that we, the Trades and jbed. Five minutes afterward she died, Labor Council of the city of fl'om neart trouble. Mr. bridge, by a unanimous vote, go on Galer is expected here tomorrow from record as opposed to said action, such jlne coast. being an enfringement of the freedom 1 of the press, and that copies of this j Medicines that aid nature are al- resolution be sent to C. A. wars most successful. Chamberlain's M.P., Senator DcVeber, Postmaster' Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It General Lemieux, and to the local loosens the cough, relieves the lungs, and labor papers." 1 opens the secretions and aids nature Yours respectfully, j in restoring, the system to a healthy II. A. Mavecty, Scc'y. condition. Sold by all druggists. NEWS FOR THE HOMESTEADER general servant. Apply Mrs. Skeith, 423 Crabb St. S3-y. room girl wanted at Arlington Hotel. S3-'. FOR room house; first class in every respect; suitable for 2 small families. Call McNabb North Ward. C. J. Lauman. St. 83-6 WANTED A large pleasant room with ood board, close in by married cou Another-irain load of settlers' effects have arrived. A. J. Lay ton, from Millet, Alta., to Lethbr.age. F. C. Leonard, from Kan Wis.. to Lethbridge. Chas. Sheets, from Audobon, la., :o Warner. R. L. Minor, from Cedar Rapids, la. to Magroth. E. B. Minor, from Cedar Rapids, la.: o Magroth. C. A. Minor, from Cedar Rapids, la., :o Magroth. F. Kuch, from Manton, to Coutts. W. C. Pegg, from Owatona, Minn. to Coutts. For serious, thoughtful and liberal con- Isideration. I Sitrnwl by the said Lethbridge Real Estate Association through its sec- retary. B. Hatch, Sccretarv. WILL PROTECT FORESTS FROM SPRING FIRES ple for the summer. Lethbridge. Apply Box 626 83-2 H. M. W. A. Architects, Lethbridge; Strathcona. TEXDEKS Proposals marked "tenders for ex- cavating" will be received, until G p.m. Monday, March 21st, 1010, by the undersigned, for approximately twelve hundred yards of basement excavation Tenders must be accompanied by ;i certified cheque for 5 per cent, of their FRENCH CANADIAN REPRESENTATIVEi Ottawa, March Bel-i court headed a deputation from tJhe 4" 4- recent French-Canadian congress of] Coughs, Colds, BRONCHITIS, SORB THROAT, HOARSENESS. CROUP, ASTH- MA, PAIN or TIGHTNESS Of THE CHEST all BRON- CHIAL or LUNG TROUBLES U nothing equal Dr. Norway Pine Syrup. all the virtues c! tbe world famous Norway pine tree, combined with Wild Cherry Bark and the soothing, healing and expectorant properties of other excellent herbs and barks j there The s of fire rangers em. i i i i A i L A Mrs. John .reica, i t t t T Windsor, Ont. 1'loyed by the government is recruited T Htstr writes: "I WM every spring. This year on acount of Hacking troubled with public interests created -in Cough the'5 'connection with lhe Protection of for Cured. -4- -_J -----1 T-. trie work of the department will Fire Range Service of Conservation Commission Organized Ottawa, March H. Campbell, Dominion supt. of forestry, will in the course of a few weeks leave for th- west to re-organize a fire range service have j ust rccei ved a carload of stoves ft and furniture of union make. We can o-ivc J y you a homesteader's outfit for and used a lot At last 1 was advised by a friend Ontario, which 'waited upon Sir Wfl-j to try Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup be deepened, broadened, patrols will be sent out along the railway tracks and the forestry branch will endeavor frid Lamer today. It seeks beirer re-! present a ton of French people in the! cepted. I T. WILLIAMS. Architect, I Room S Whitney Block somite and on high court bench. TTnese i without Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup i in the house." j The price of Dr. Wood's Nonvrvy Pint Syrup is 2r> cents per bottle. It "is put up in a yellow wrapper, three treee with the first few doses I found great j to carry out in a practical manner relief and to-day my hacking cough entirely disappeared and I am never i finding Ision. of the conservation com mis matters were discussed and a resolu- >bv the tion presented as drawn French-Canadian congres. up Are you frequently hoarse? Do you have that annoying tickling in your' throat? Does your cough annoy you A TRUE INCIDENT. The Y.M.C.A. is for YOUR boy. y neighbor's boy and for yourself. Heir yourself by helping it. tiie trade mark, so Ije s'ire and accept at night, and do you raise mucus in the morning? Do you want relief? Ir so, take Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy and you will be pleased. Sold by druggist. none of the s'lirslitutes of tin original Norway I'ino ?ynip." l.y tiic T. Liuiitt-j, 'loiurj'.o. ALL DOWN THE YEARS FOR MORE THAN HALF A CENTURY Have been the Leading Lignt of Canada. Progressive activity ana the best materials have evolved from the slow burning Sulphur Match the perfect up-to-date EDDY "SILENT" PALOR MATCH Why use an inferior Match? Use Eddy's Matches Always and Everywhere. We have been making Eddy Matches at Hull ever since Eighteen Hundred und Fifty-One E. B. Eddy Co'y. Ltd. Hull, Canada The Difference Between the Man That Owns Property and' the Qnt thdt Dcsc Met Strcr.gly Illustrated. I met :i man in street vhe other day, and in the course of con vernation, ort' course tailked real estate to hun. "Oh. yes." said .he. you toll me anything about Lethbnidgo. I havo lived here for nine years." "Aha. yes." said I. "you (have, oh? Hy the way. wlint are you doing "Why. I am driving a dray wag- on. "And you have here nine years, and you are stiH driving a lie. "Ob. well, I'll bet yon don't own real estate in even to- "Xo. 1 don't." "Well, in nine years more you still oe driving a Tine moral is: Buy real estate and get ahead in the world. work for wages all your life. Get in on Rosedale. the best on tiie market. Only a few lots left. Kasy terms. No taxes. LONNQUIST-SHARP CO., Upstairs Southard BlocVc, Rooms 11-12. Open Every Evening. DUCK 1 A that DAN CE AT ROCHON'S Our big assortment of Easter Novel- ties is now on display, and includes a wide range of Birds, Rabbits, Eggs, and Mechanical Toys i J- i_L L'U o-nrl rfi-yo tHC CilliGren 3 Happy Faster ;