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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Dally Henid, Tuesday, March A Safe, Sure and Profitable Investment Bow Island, Alberta. Hoaglin's sub-division is the choicest business property in the town. Here's where your money will surely double in 00 days. Bow Island has a future. Population 1915, 5000. Bow Island is growing faster than any new town in Alberta. Sale of Lots, SATURDAY MORNIXG, APRIL 9, Prices of lots, up to 1-3 cash, balance 3 and 0 months. NOTICE-Prices will Advance 25 per cent, on June 1st A. B. HOAGLIN, BOW ISLAND II i III I II I H LOANS On improved or for the im- provement of farm lands for one year or less up to five years. -f 1 John Wells P. 0. Box 420 109 Sherlock Blk., Lethbridge Jewelry Engraving and Repairing Sheet Music and Musical Supplies MclNTYRE ERICKSON Electroplating a Specialty Cranbrook.....B.C. Phone 121 Armstrong Ave. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY STEAMSHIP SAILINGS From St. John Empress of Ireland, March 25th. Lake Champlain, April 2nd. Empress of Britain, April 8th. Lake Manitoba, April 16th. Empress of Ireland, April 22nd. Empress of Britain, May 6th From Montreal Lake Champlain, May 12th. Empress of Ireland, May Lake Manitoba, May 26th. Empress of Britain, June 3rd. Lake Ghamplain, June 9th All steamers await the ar- rival of C. P. R. Passenger trains leaving Montreal Wind- sor street station 7.25 o'clock previous evening. Special attention given tc prepaid business. For-tickets and all inform- ation apply C. P. R. Ticket Office, Leth- bridge S. J. SHARP, General Agent, Winnipeg S. B. MITCHELL, Local Agt.. Lethbridge NEWS OF TH0 DISTRICT COALDALE NEWS An Aichisou young >Dhlng had a heart that ached, hex honey boy "hav- ing taken his affections elsewhere, and her fattier recently shut himself up with her to reason with her. "That honey Uoy averaged spending 50 cents a week on lie said. "Here's a dollar a week to take his place. Every time "he called he cleaned out the refrigerator; your mother will see to it that your "brothers do this in the future. He kept you up late of uights. Your baby sister is cross, and hereafter you will let her do this for" you. He took possession of the most comfortable rocker on the porch; when you look at that rocker in 'the future it will not be empty, the pang -to your heart that the silly novels tell you about, for it will be occupied 'by the man who paid ff the grade, throwing tlni wagcu ox off. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Shirley, jr., and amily were Saturday visitors at Mrs. J. L. Rickett's, Harry Link, Robert Plunkett. ami Jake Rickett were here looking for and last week. Harry Rickett aud vife of Granum came out Saturday o build on their homest-ead. Miss Mary Stark arrived home Sat- urday. Herman Holden went to Vednesday on business. Quite a few were out to church Sun day. for it, and that's me. and I scayed by you Your mother through colic arid and are going to get you through this if rre ftave to take spanking you. Now take your eyes off the .moon and look at the dust around Globe. The Ladies' Aid social at the home of Mrs. Suggitt on 'Wednesday even- ing was a pleasant affair. Mrs. T. S McKenzie from iLethbrldge assisted (Mrs. -Suggitt in receiving the guests. Ed. Davidson from Delavan, 111., is visiting at the home of -his brother, John Davidson, east of Coaldale. Tiie sad news of the death of Jack Parkinson reached Coaldale 'Monday L. S. Cokely expects to leave short iy for -B. C. for the summer. J. H. Fillers is recovering nicely at the Gait (hospital from -a. badly hand, hurt .in his new gasoline trac tion engine. 'Mr. and Mrs. John Ley spent Sun- day at the Cameron ranch. Two lady evangelists were in charge of the Sunday afternoon ser- vices. C. R. Daniel brought an auto load from Letttbridge for Sundav services P. 0. Box 261 Phone 1214 THE WESTERN SUPPLY 4 EQUIPMENT CO., LTD. 414 Dufferin St. Lethbridge, Alta. Fireproof and Burglarproof SAFES Vault Doors and Interior Vault Eit- tings. SWEET VALLEY Sweet Valley, March Bert Dufty is spending a few days with Mrs. J. L. Rickett. Bert Dufty was in Carraangay Tues- day on business. Fred Bannister and Loa Olson purchased a steam plough. Gordon Elliott was in Carmangay on business the first of the week.- Mrs. Geo. Shirley, sr., has under gone an operation and is improvin rapidly. Miss Lizzie Shirley is keep- ing house for. her brother. Mr. Bemis is having a well drilled. An old man 81 years of age, stay- with Mr. Meranda had both legs J broken Thursday morning. A chain the well drill broke and struck glhira. Mr. Davidson is back from Nanton where he was visiting a few days. Drafie, from south -west of Sweet "V alley, had a runaway Wednesday, and his collar bone and two ribs were broken. Mr. Murphy of Granum has PiNCHER CREEK NEWS. Pincher Creek, March services were held in St. John's Epis- copal and St. Michael's R. C. chiircues on Easter Sunday. At the former church 'One Bishop of Calgary preach- ed sermons at the morning service on Good Friday and Easter Sunday. A confirmation service' also took place on Good Friday at 'the afternoon ser- vice in St. John's. The people of Fishbura are agitat- ing for a twice A week mail sen-ice and telephone connection. Signa- tures are toeing secured for an im- proved mail service .petition, while as to the telephone line, the farmers of the district are patiently awaiting the promises of the government to be suostantiated. In uhis connection your correspondent learned last week that a sufficient number of subscrib- ers could not he secured to warran the government constructing the line The north-east portion of then bum merview settlement was visited by a prairie fire quite recently. J. w Bell, J. A had a pretty warm time o it, being hemmed in while endeavor ing to save T. Hoare's building. The sufferers from .the fire were: J. Lillie stable; F. Bustard, stables, harness and seed srain; T. Hoare, stable The origin of the fire is a mystety. Lieut. Angus Buchanan has return ed from. Calgary, -where he qualified in tne -military school for a commis sion in "D" squadron, 23rd An effort is to be made to introduc curfew-Jiere. Troubled Every Winter With Severe Coldt. Nerway fine Syrup Cured Her. W. J. HAouaond, Haoultot, M: "I beg wv thai 1 have UM Wood'i Norway Syrup for nijr t wko wu every with brodchitii and rery At nifht keep m with her coujliioj uaiii I tried Syrup, whick her izwtaat After the wu f rat mote, and tlwayi kept Mr room at night. Dr. Net- Pine Syrup ie certainly wonderful IB eaee like tbe above memtiened O can pmiae it too highly. I hove Ukea every opportunity to recen- it to ail my friends ana Tfcwt nothing to equal Dr. for the cure of Coughs, Broaehitie, Ooop, AithiBft, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Pain or Tight ness in Cheat, and ail Throat and Lung It Pneumonia aad tioc. Put is yelow wrapper; threo the trade mark; price 21 Manufactured only by The T> tffccrm Co., Umitod, T waste, Officer Was Victim Of Black Hand New York, jyiar. of Lieutenant Petrosino's former aides fall to-day, victim, it