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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta A Run on the Banker. In view of the prominent place Ihni tanks nivi-l honkers nro holding In the minds of l.elhhrldgu eltlA?ns, especially of tti�Ii by Simon I'Vird the humorist n't the annual dinner of iho Manhattan Imnkers of the Vow York State Hankers' An  sociation February 7, 1000. (fcffltlcniien,-As 1 sat hen? this evening listening to Hie strains of that (Imi old Hunkers' anthem until led. "When you ain't gol no money then yoii tuwdtt'l come ut'iitiml," I was thinking what n grand Idea It was for you to get logeeher onco n year In exchange Ideas nnd settle among' yourselves what shut,! Ik- done, and who shall he done ami how you will do litem. Personally, I'rl ptvfcr to [exchange cheques rather than Ideas tt'llh many here present), not hut whnt the Ideas ore nil right, 1>�1 somehow, when money talks I nin always n fascinated listener. I did not come here voluntarily, hut nl the pressing Invitation of soma of niy tno�t pressing creditors 'on your committer?. Tha.V said secretary (lag*1 would I.e. here, nninoVc your "Baloon ComiiKin" ami your "Smoke Pre -ferred" awl substitute. Government bonds therefore. And still you won- ki|�* United States pro- At the ivet'iit ion in, I rrigitl Ion I'onvent-I'rof I,. |t>gnteH on the suliiect of "Tho Orowth mnl Ite-celo|>iu,n'l of Irri'gtil ion in the I'nit- undiv^l mittotis fastened together l>y ,tape so t'hey can't 1� lost, for you received a rousing wolcouu; uiid whwra wp,j nto,| >,,,,,, 1 could have taken n full out of It As soon as you rnuh tho outer air llenfl" and "ley Kyo" go inUj one od States" and gave n \ery pr.ietie-of theso ivfrigetnling plants for a ul a.hlrews. loan whon money is tight. It is pru- Prof. Curpetwer in opening his r.-tlent at such t'lmns to wx*nr ear muffs !murks re.'ernvl Id the iteculiarit ies myself. Ifihe price of the Custoin House ho.l gotten into my hands, ami I'd Jir.�t� Rlv in ahout a second ami run home and plunge tha ex  | t rem Hies Jn hot water, ntid pluce a could huve given |,,rous plaster on what remains of live secretary n run for his money. |\our self esteem. Hi,t, Instcwd, ho placed it in , rich, f |�nnkors nrc t,, pron, ,, iXHi(p> , man liy his appenrance, so that th.' very men who new! the money most When You Come Up Town Visit the New Ice Cream Parlor Freth Fruit High Clatt Confectionery Alwftyt in Stock. H adtey Roberts Co. HILL BLOCK DUFFERIN ST. Rtnoolh-rinining, well-oiled instilii  lion where it wus used In Inverting n panic ntid HtrulRhttnitig out financial jlmvo the hanlest work to gpl it. tang'os, nnd ^reusing the wheels of|TjK,v nrp npli e,1Weially at the City conuiKjrco and similar foolishness. ilJnnk, to dlscrimlnote ogolnst the This Is the flrst opportunity I hove |->f,.||nw" who looks rocky, in favor had of mooting you Hunk I'ivshIciUs ,f in3 Koekefeller. Clothes do not. collectively, and when you ure thaw- mn^0 the man! If they did Hetty �1 out, I have mot most of you, in- v hei\� she Is and divldually, when you frozen ItusKell Sage would W in th.? OI*>.>n !,.r s..x? mucli of llie world. Wt. of the "llow'd you like to he th,? ^neath that rug;god eimi there l�?at a icemnn?" order. Sonntlnvs I Imve luitrl wihieJt as n Ivater can't Iw thougdU I'd almost,rather go with- jheat- a heart as �true (so ih.> Standout tIte money than get a coivg^-stUc (lrd (las p.- )-as true Us chill in a Ikilik l'i\-sident's olllce, '"steal." and have him gnze into my eyes, ami ! |ii,t after all, Hanks and Trust read the inmost secrets of my soul. Companies do n lot of good In a nml ask unfeeling �|uestioiis, und pry >t to borrow uiourlain (thirty cents, to n fly casliler, who securities, in institution with which taking advantage of my dam\l eon- , not only Christuvns ami the mi^hl got six months, jl-'ourth of July. Put St. PiHrick's | I had intatid.-'d to touch upon, a l>ay. Ash Wednesday an.I Ni.vte.�n Sun few vital nucstions concerning lln-days, so that toy the tim.nse. That's th.� kind some other orator a chance to gel of thing the poet had in mind when himself disliked, he wrote-"! know a lank whereon i �  ' " the wild thyme grow�." ! J're�, for Catarrh. Just to prove I have observed that one's ix*ce|>t -  merit, b Trial si/e Hox of |ir. ion at a I link varies somewhat with jShoop'i Catarrh Httinedy. I�t me condition of the money imnlou. send it now. It is a aiiow-whlle, Weather sometimes link win n such convent ions as this one assrui'ded ami someuhat hunioroiislv toinheil on the shower that \ isited th.' citv yesleediiy afternoon. Me said in pan: "N'ulure shows that she is in sympathy with you today lp> showering water down upon you. Water Is a �good thing- particulniU in the irrigation business. "Now gititleieen, in talking to you this afternoon on irrigntion I must take most of my mat  rial from my boin.s of water in the winter and manlier (pinnllH^, it the siininiei'. Kvery counlry has, liowevcr, niol?' or luss a system of their own." I'rof. Cai|s"ivter here noticed that Alltrln's rainfall was slightly larger than that of CoIoiimIo. "In Northi-iu Itnly," rontlnued the profjsHor. "thi-y have larger regular iiiinliills than your Inrgest aver-aue. And irrignt ion Is now paying in Italy. The value of land increases with irrigation no matter in what country it made us,, of. "ColieerliiiiK the value of irrigated land is won)) .vjoo ,, ,,.,.,, and land of Ihnl M nlfnl/a and wheat crops. , .. He concluded by' saying that *^ttv| background of nil agrlculttirc In; tl commoner crops such ns alfalfiiV Iw.'Hs, potatoes nnd other ccrcalnnhtt'l lo these crops the science of Irrlfft^f Hon is tho giWl neceswlty," two estimable citi'/eiis of Calgary in | irrigation can l\- made lo iiicnsise the persons of Mr. I'earee ami Mr. the product tho Ho in vheii money is easy ami Uw 'creamy, healing antiseptic balm. President fulls o IMinis and I bey oippli d me vvilhlh.' necessary 'inforuiation I dositvd. "I really hardly know what sv-c � vice I can give y �>� in furnishing y on with inforuiat ion as this is the lii-ft time I have lieen in your province but I ran give you my own personal experience and v oil can take it fur what it is worth. "Til" highest (lev elo;,|llelll of civ i -li/ation has l*vn in iri'igtil1 f ii I And vet most every country has been irrigated to n more or less extent. I "Now we have two kinds of Irri  J (Jitlien in Colorado. It ix not a hot country 'irrigation nor is it that of a dry countiv, altbough in that stale you may eviilein\'s ot Imih (legiees. Irrigtitioli in Coloiiulo is �more of the happy medium order" "Uelitlitni"it, yon may not all know it but seHi'iitillc irrignt lonists today look upon vater us , fertilizer The very fact that Wi- ne��d to apply water to a plant is a self-evident fact Ih it it is a ferl lli/er. Wlien applied in a hot country it is uppliisl in small r cent of wate? on your land you sluv nly drown y our plant. '�Kven wnh water the plant hus to have air. Wilier should not re-�iiain stagnant for if it does so all life will leave it; It will fail to supply nourishment, ami the plant will  I.  Water shonld be given only as n fertilizer, mid. if kept running constantly the plant will get the nee. sse cy siislomuice. The idea of living lo net just the right quantity of water on the soil is the whole seeivt ol su, cssfiil irrigation. ' The problem of water ilisi rlbirt Ion th one i lint comes up on all occasions |i your ground is rough you The Rtorbottoim The air is charged with sunshlnt afid the tiirds h v. Make mliigleil riot from the Ift&fy^j bovveis . Of faintly waving treoB. The rlpHn^ river. > > Winds its sld uroonlngs bunks, , IVegemniiHl with golden cacti. WlngMl'v y.eiihyrs J llunkuiod with I ha scent of briar! roses swei't, "; Strew gentle fragrance as they soft-* ly nn From bank to dell, stirring ^ the tiurpllng grasBeii ; tlM?y pass h!h>vc-l�)ow-i ntid; llehvcn's im]K>rlal dirnie of pure translucent blue, sheds calm.' clear, � | Crystal radiance over all. Nn sound or Passion's strife invades this qultst scene. No noise of busy mirt or city traffic's hum. Here for a few short hours we ilnd release I'Yotn dnlly tasks and cares and dim regrets, Suture's mysterious voices speak In soothing tones Of voiceless- sympathy to weary languished hearts And we, refreshed anew, look far within tho (irniammt of blua. Where bathed in His radiant smile, our iielty woes AihI caivs like melting shadows pass away. K A TUMORS'. U-thbrldge. Aug. 1st, 1007. 'A I FOUND. One mule, no visible brand, Ownar may have same by proving property and paying expeases. Apply LINK'S 11AXCHK, "12 Mile" Coulea. STRAYKU. To my premises, 1G-11-20, west of 1th Meridian, � dark red milch cow. Owner" ran hava same by proving projiei-fy and paying ex|iensc of this advert is,inent. w. .i. HL'vr, 8-15-22 :>� Lethbridge ONE OF THESE WILL MAKE YOl) J 75 feet Corner Bom pas and Crabb - $1750 100 feet Glyn south of Bom pas - $2000 50 feet William, between Dufferin and Redpath $500 THESE ARE THREE OF THE BEST LOCATIONS IN THE CITY. N. T. MHCLEOD&CO I- hp REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Phone 173 P. O. BOX 679 ;