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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LTCTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIB tpMt'XQ ALEXANDER lJUSD.CtMralyaowr-r-- JOHX'AIKD. Awt Onrril V. C. BKOWN, "iijrrllltjJlWif Cl.lcM Wn'ir. BHHLM yp, HsjiiiijMi: si? mow TOURISTS AND TRAVELLERS Tto Canadian Bank of Commerce, by of iu large Ruraber branches in every .Piwiace of Canada, direct EngV New York, Frwicisco, Sealtle, Portland, Ore., Mexico and St. John's, Nfld., Ayecis and Correspondents cart of the fcorU. Is offer unsurpassed facilities to Ibe public, eoapltijf ihen to obtain money ia the simplest al auy- Cheques and Letters cf of obtaining foods pwrt oa Lbeir journey 'the .world Cheque Issued by IbU overcome annoying difiictiitcs o especially m places Vhsrc Identification is Drafts on the countries' ?f the drawn i TTT'fry krcneri, etc., can be cashed or purchased ai reasonabl Lethkidge Branch, R, .T.Brymner, Mgr. A Patent Passptrl tbe 9ver lisa letter oi Credit Issued by the Union Bank II more than .supply ready money at your need, >ou inay It you a standing yilh fciincl'al house to every to which you may have mill the ready source oj many convenience'and _ item your pleasure and '_ 'LETHMIBGE'I S. 'it.i TJjon -'THE CAREFUL CHOICE jon-UiVielectlon'or'your Eiec. T ih- M> r; r I i -AP'UIST US YOUR IX'.UCilR' The TRUSTS m Publk OfllclarAMljhee'fpr LETHBRIpaE, "OALGARYi WETASKIWIN I- Eighth Avciwi Wert, Cjtsary, Wihjjer DISTRICT NEWS RAYMOND TENNIS TEAM SPOILED A MANY VISITORS Souris, Man Aug. bal hail terra accompanied at (imes by eavy wind and a downpour of rain d considerable damage to the vest uid south-u'eit" ot town about six 'clock evening. The storm was terrible ohe, tie heavy roar heard rom town'ucir.g lha worst ever card by oldest settlers. The rolling loutis streaked .with light spots piss- J over the district at least three iipes in about two hours. Damage his morning is bard to ascertain. I A. J. McCullough lost his entire top, while those of J. Cronan, Mark "llatchellqr; V.. MacCullough, as; !en 5hai :on are'reported as-badly damage' All'the windows on the north side i Jas. HerrioU's house were broken. IB. many .place's where hail did not striiv from the as ttie grain "was" about ripe and broke off easily. Hajmoid, Aug. 15 is] j in readiness (or the Jtaymond fair, r-'uiic that'ihe talr will be the that las occurred iu Haymond. The list of prizes and the teen competi- tion helps to wake U wore interest- ing. The horse-racing, both tie matclied and ttose for purses, Le the .big events in the sports line. The best horses in southern Albeita be on the track. Horsemen like Kay Knight, Meeis Uros., the Kin- sies, Crcxall. Mark Bnuihall. James! Elflstra, the Sugar Co. and others I from Magrath anj the. surrounding; towns, arc making entries. Then the Uarons, Alta., Aug. soc- ial which was to have at the Center school house last Saturday night had' to- be called ofi on account of the tad wea- ther. The.daucai' however, was held at the home ol.Wm. Alexander, near the school house, _on Monday uighi, and a onjo'yable time is repott- ed by those present. Mrs. it. C. Uurnap left jcslerday nonn to spend a with her mo- ther in Montana] K. A, Grant and G. U. Moir spent last anil Thursday in as. Held, Mrs. E." Hjcist Abrey, J.-Rbarmaoj :i larman, K. Wilson and N. Edgi i AWFUi: SUFFERING IN KANS OKLAHOMA AND MISSOURI' BY TRAIN Aug. fo get water for man and fo save" a little' out of .late summer.- products'-presen Missouri, Kansas, and'Oklahoma, inmasinglj' scrlous-'probln It, twelfth day c tense heat.-; showers yesterday-afternoo I night. Most pf .'hem isere i.'.j' shipped-from to'lh'c mines'of a'.coa'l'cpnV the 1'ittsburg district, to-be used by their famiiic i 11 the city of wells'J 1200 hauslible.- _ i former re- i ow of Ciran- week'visit- home here; 'ween Barons piayed on at the alter placcjast. Monday and proved an easy vielory.tor the Carmanga'y ilaycrsi- i'he Barons team was com- Jos'ed of Fl. 1'-. Jlillard, Jas. Illack- .vobdj.J.. Slaynard and G. B. Is ".likely--thai this town will "be 'represented at the. lenuis lourham'ent to be held in Carmangay ou'ithe Septemlfr. lir. o! the Van- couver eler'atof .-here, has resigned his position aad.ihas' taken charge ol an elevator, in.Oranum. The 'C.P.R.' ballasting train and cfi-vv have" been: busy the last couple of'VeVis fixing; up the tracks near 0. 5Iurray and Mis'J'Murfay-are'-amcmg the number fthV'are! attending .the -stampede in Winnipeg this" week. family have been Irpm a lady frienc last week. :i. v. spent M'ednesda) j1' f.-'lgary selecting r.'. ire. -owner of thi H.'ii but now of Tol .ing a few days track is second to none in Alberta, where an animal can measure its full length. The prizes the Raymond Athletic association, should pull the best material in southern Alberta for the athletic, events, since Itaymond stands out as No. 1 on the map in I athletic sports in southern Alberta, that is'alsb a dfawins feature of the fair. There .will be 51000 given away in "prizes for Ihe horse, racing and hletic events Raymond will be well represented t Ihe musical festival in Magrcth on he" 21 and 22 ol this month. OUR BIG ,000 Jewelry Sale Odds and Ends on sale at of Cost our Window (Saturday) Regular Values to each; Yoi'i1 Cboice for............S'1.00' OUH BICI SALE HAS PllOVE.D A THE- 3IEXDOUS SUCCESS AND BY FAK HAS EXCEEDED OUH EX- PECTATIONS R. A. WRIGHT TIic City's Leading Jeweler, Established 1898 Davis) r will spend 'a urned last Frida; :ouplu of weeks her 'o fake u] 'o'f'tb her var'a iluni.. H.' B. -Hansfu and sons, 1 bare returnEd from vaca'fion :TviUi relatiies oHlqjal boar wis heJd a i- rdav'and wa RAISED RECENT I ES -OF DIFFERENT, Lcthbridge, jwas prestnt and r acted a charrman.'K "Jfv, Alex. Lindsay has finished his furry-tailed grey house on Sec. 25 and moved in. is making hay this week. D. X. Oureiit, of 2-5, made .the round of 1-4 Sunday.- t tain rats hare made their apptaiancty. here. We v.'ill watch _ closely, and if they become-too peV; tiferous more cats must be Harvesting is in Hull swing and 9.-Mrs.' Mp.ry-A. Wctherelt ore tirine is bdn? used per acre' ome of ian was aiiticipatcd by some, of the .tmefs. Mrs. I.-M, Johnson is home from al'er, where she has bceu visitiny or weeks. OJfEFOUK XVEWS Onefour.-Aug. 2.Gus.Flora has filed homestead for flio NAY. i Sec. 33. T. L. Duccan is cutting barley to- _________.. Hat, where she1 filed a homestead bri the Jf.E. Sec. 31. This is" Mrs. -Weth- erelt's second trip to .the land office to secure a piece ot M land, and she deserves great credit 'tor her -pluck in making the1 long, tedious' drive :pf over SO miles four times.'. speaks well for the quality of Ont- four soil. iMicat and oats are. ripening up last and cutting will begin week: "Heavy rain Tuesday morning, lighf showets Wednesday, good dash ol The union printers of the Unlte i.inied'.lKir ilislrict iix ,AND UNf.lL OUR STOCK OF. FIX i-' TURE'saS.'CLEAREb5 C L.T, 'MOT iS TEN DAYS DIRECTORS: 'n'cccpt sit rnili of bndu. r in fr rn uranpr Iku ttc iln'.n at irlMl.y To act ai of your oW 'Ad: To Invest-Your XihJi'; fn or for cbllectfo'ni on'samc V' Wf .r Ar >i'-a-.i'- Ot ELECTRICiQ will install allfixfurei Boston, Mass. ..August i portwln's. Kader Twine b fcort (wiM it Vnown to be" tlw evenings during r T.I A'. HP c? 'a ki J Mil Vf a 'f f. 1C '.hi !-.f day; from the depth's ot cbilr. In'bls. father's .The "Mrs. OooJirlo MTH We ar.d r lovo hef nW'of any.-' of mr ;wouli fo them TENTH STBEET ;