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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald. Wednesday, March LUMBER For the Best at Lowest PRICES PIONEER LUMBER YARDS Main Yards: Round Street North Ward Yard Westminster Road Garden Freshness of "SALADA 99 j for Granum Monday for machinery 'and lumber. Jamos Stark lias gone to Graiumi iafter his sister. j .Mrs. Stark is .spending a lew days with Mrs. Cieo. Shirley. I The laaugljinans, Paulson and Hol- i'lcn young folks spent over Sunday K. (jrumman-s. i New buildings are going on all the while, making it look more like hqme. C SIMPSONS _____________________________________________9A Fresh and fragrant from the gardens of the finest tea- producing country in the world. Ask your grocer for a package to-day like it. ------Black, Mixed and Natural Green, 40e, and 70e per Ib. SUNDIAL Sundial, March Lu- i tlieran services wen1 conducted in the iKasimer school on March 13th and: largely attended and there were- 1 1 also five bahies christened. Rev. An-i jdorson from Bowville conducted the services. Mr. ami Mrs. L. Thompson visited i DISTRICT NEWS ROCKY COULEE riEWS Rocky Coulee, March glor- ious spring weather is at hand. It has set the farmers to work on the land, yet in a half-hearted way. The majority .say, no seeding vet awhile, although we have exceptions to this one man having begun on the llth. What matter about this point when all will have wheat in the fall as usual. Our country is improving in appear ance continually. What was a barren tract of ground but a few years ago, is now thickly dotted with crop when they will make such in- vestments in order to get in their crop. Special services arc being conducted in White Lake Church by Rev. H. H. Cragg of Granum, ami Rev. W. M. Harrison of Maeleod. The newly organized Orange are building a hall opposite the church. Great interest seems to be aroused and prospects are splendid for a strong organization here. at C. K. Enccn .s at Sundial and also K Rev. Andersons 1 hev also had SWEET VALLEY NEWS Sweet Valley, March Spring their baby christened by Rev. Ander- son. i Mrs. Margaret Hanson is. up here from Chicago. She expects to return soon. Mr. John Gibson is