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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE CANADIAN BANK OFCC OFFICE, TORONTO 1. WILDE 4UXAVD1K LAIRO, Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, Branches throughout Canada, and In the United States anc! Enflial BANK MONEY ORDERS IBtUEB AT THE FOLLOWING MATES 1 and under........................ 3 etntt Over and not exceeding 6 cents ......-10 cent, 13 cent. ,M Payab'e at every office of a Chartered Bank in in the Yukon) and at the principal banking points in the United TWy .u-. Dutiable at to the 'sterling in Great Britain and Ireland. Tfcey form an excellent method of remitting small sums of SBOMT with TifctJ At small cost, and may be obtained without delay. Lethbridge Branch-------C L Nourse, OF CANADA ESTABLISHED Total Assets Oct 30, 1S09 Over S42.OOO.OOO. I Within Ten Years you are sure, at some time, to either want or. need af ew hundred dollars in cash. If things go wrong you'll need they go right you'll .want it to take advantage of some of the financial opportunities that come your way. Could you lay; your hand on a few hundred to-day? The surest wcy to prepare for that to open a Savings Account at once in this Bank, and to add to it as often and as regularly as you can. We will add Interest at highest current rates. Savings Department at every Branch: Main Office cor. Round Redpath Sts I G. R. TINNING Bub-Office Westrmntter Rd., N. Ward Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Ma-nager. Grassy W. Balllie, Manager. SITES SELECTED FOR BUILDINGS INew Architectural Additions to Town of. Fort George Will Be Hurriedly Built by Provincial Government. Victoria, August Randall, who was commission- ,-ed the government to select, tie -site, for the new "provincial (buildings George, has chosen, the cor- nier-of Central and 'Winchester ave- rnues, in the original Fort George townsite, owned by the Natural: Re- sources Securities Company, and. im- mediately adjoining the Indian re- serve lately granted the .of the provincial ibuildings proceeds immediately in or- der that they may be completed .be- fore .-winter.. The selected site is about' one block distant from the location made by Inspector Green-, field.for, the post office ?nd federal department's offices. IRISH POTATO CROP MAY FAIL Grave Situation of 'Peasantry Almost .-Dependent on Tubers For Existence -Dublin, Aug. grave crisis faces .IrelandI .Oppression is forgot- ten temporarily, landlordism is but an unpleasant memory! The truth is that all along the western, seaboard from Belmullet to Killeries, and as far in- land as Crossmolina and Castlebar, slighting weather-has ruined, the .po- tb CTOU. Unless climatic conditions change quickly the outlook fop the .season's crop of potatoes extremely grave, he heavy and continued rains, 'ac- companied by high winds, have beat- sn the vines to the earth, where they have rotted _and dried. In some of the- ow lying districts potato fields are ompletely submerged. The greatest nxiety also prevails.for the hay .and SHADOWED BY STANDARD OIL Trust Had Detectives Fallowing Rival Magnates Sir Weetman Pearson arid Dr. -Mac- kew, one of his associates in -the struggle with the Standard Oil Trust and its subsidiary the Waters-Pierce Oil Company, over, the control of the Mexican oilfields, described on -Moii day the "shadowing" -by detectives to which they and their friends state that they were subjected during a. re visit to New York. The "shad owing" was first described in a tele- gram from our 'New York correspond ent, which was followed by a denial ssued 'by the Standard Oil Company. Followed Everywhere "On. June 15 said Sir Weet- man Pearson on Monday, "Dr. Mac- and I arrived in New York and vere met at the Hotel St. 'Regis by Ir. Body and Mr. who is: the eneral manager of the Mexican Eagle il Company. On the day following ix men, under the directions of a .11 young- man wearing a red tie, (be- gan to haunt the vicinity of the hotel. Knowing-that there were three or four of us I imagine they wished to provide two "shadowers" for each. We only saw .them all together on one occasion, and that was at lunch time, wften they pat on the parapet in'front of the Harriman house opposite to the hotel and joined the workmen who repairing that residence. At other times they lounged on the steps Of the Fifth. Avenue Presbyterian church and elsewhere, but never more than fifty yards from the hotel. "The presence of these men ;was, of specially noticed by the Jhotel staff and the residents, who soon found considerable amusement in Q910. debted New YoVk Sun for a couple ;of articles" which put-an end to this ridiculous defective business. "The Sun declared that motoreh-irs carrying tourists were stopped outside the St. Regis Hotel while the man with tine megaphone called thn attention of the passengers to f the Navvy 'Mission in the diocese and bewildered at the extent of 'this Mrs. M. A. Boorinan, writes: "I got badly bitten by in in- sect on the neck. The part became swollen and inflamed. .1 applied Zam-Buk, in three days the iriflanf- ina tion and swel ling were removed and all sign of the wound had gone.1 Mr. J. 434 Victoria Are., Mont- real, says "Zam.Buk cured me of eczema had hat! for ti years! Doctors had and I had come to think I In- curable." ,_ rinpform.bloodpoisoning, teat wsres, itch all iktn troubles, joe. box all or Zam-Bufc Co.. Tonatato, The traditional color limitations of coats and trousers will he swept away, and man may blossom out in silken raiment from tie to socks, such as to put the gayest chorus girl in the shade. On the other hand, there will be more suits in dark hlue, gray and brown. Demonstrators will mingie wi'th the crowd, at the show, making the un- ique costume familiar to the public eye. -Another feature is a shirt made of two thicknesses, one of linen and one oi and will be sold with a guar- antee that it will come through fifty- two trips to the laundry unscathed. It is even assured that not a single button will come-'off or break. The buttons are of metal and are fasten- ,ed a shank of metal, not. with thread, so that a good-sized piece of shirt has to be cut or torn out to extract them. -Laundry apparatus will be set ,up in the basement of the Coliseum for demonstration purposes. The show will open July 30 and close Aug. 6. Special excursion rates have been made on all railroads at this time for the Templar conclave. 'f Calgary: Wolf Creek, July 23. My Dear am now head- ng for the mountains, my plan toeing o get iback here in about two weeks, roceed to Edmonton from Entwistle long the new C. N. R. grade, where here are lots of men working; then o south taking in the two branch lines, the -C. N. R. and' G. T. P. to Bassano, where I have to meet Mr. Pense, the contractor, about putting and the great need of men 'to take hold of this splendid opportin- >ty that is and challeng- ing the church's faith and courage! I hope to have two month's -diary ready for your Lordship on my return from the Pass. I thank you for your kind pathetic words of counsel, your pray- ers and iblessing. Believe me, 'Your humble servant, _ J. M. McCORMICK. LABORER SHOT THROUGH TWENTY INCH WATER .MAIN. Washington, Aug. through" 300 feet or. twenty-Inch drain pipe in a column .of .water at high pressure, up what buildings we require for ourla laborer, on tfie'Gatun.Dam of the' Panama -Canal lived.-to.tell.the tale. camp work in their is an important appointment. John Antolin was; ihuman, pro- Ackland is getting into the swing JectUe, according-to-.the report'made to the Canal.CommissiorL a floating platform, where'he'was keep- ing rubbish, in a hydraulic, fill clogging the drain, he fell into Lthe, pool and was sucked in to. the pipe: His companions rushed" to the- .out-'- let, 'but Antolin .preceded them 'bv of the .work on this section and he will find plenty of scope for his stren- uous labors, until 'the end of the year. Roberts" ivill "be able to take care of the 'two southern branches .until they reach it is very if 'will get with- in fifty miles of your city this year. Jsome seconds and swam ashore. A new salt company proposed to proceeded with in establish large works at Sandwich, Ont. For myself, I open up the rrigation work at Bassano .and full .description., of this work ill (be given later. For next season, early, we shall re- quire at least four new, The 'irst spike of the new line straight west from Red Deer to the- Brazeau coalfields is arranged to foe driven by the premier on his present trip. Then the iN, E_ region, starting this year from Stet- tier. The two, irrigation the C. P. R. and the South Alberta Irrigation easily ab- sorb comfortably the efforts of three men. I shall' not attempt to even take time to mention the several branches and entensions that are now being your Lordship's More than eight thousand laborers are wanted for G. T." P.'-construction in-the-West diocese, and will be carried over into LAME BACK PAINFTO STITCHES CURED IN TEN DAYS OR YOUR. V MONEY BACK The moment yqu suspect, any Kid- ney.-or- Urinary disorder, or feel Rheumatic FIG PILLS Fig Pills are sold with a guarantee to cure all Kidney, Bladder or Liver trouble, Indigestion and all Stomach Disorders. FIG PILLS are sold at all leading drug stores at 2oc a box, or five for LETHBRIDGE FOR REDCLIFF The Town Everyone is Talking About Next, Aug. 6, at 12 o'clock midnight Returning Monday at 4 a.m. c ome an a See what wi ill be W estern I Sole Agents Canada's Industrial Centre L s. RIPLEY co. Room 8, Macdonald Blk. Lethbridge, Alberta ;