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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta 1' SIX OF CANADA FrovMe for the Fatire You have no guarantee that you will always be able to do your present work, or make your present income. It is wise, in lay aside a certain amount regularly, and build up a reserve fund. The best way to do this is to open a Savings Account in the Union Dank, on which Interest will be paid regularly at highest current rates. It will lessen your worries, and increase your self-respect. Lethbridge R. Anderson. Manager. Stirling F. Schimnowsk'i.Acting Manager. Grassy Lake W. Baillie, Manager. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE OFFICJE, TOROXTO ESTABLISHED ,'B. 1. WALKER, President Paid-up Capital, LAIRD, Geaeril Manner Reserve Fund, Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards are received and interest allowed at current rates. Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons and withdrawals made by any one of them or by the. survivor. Lethbridge Branch C. G. K. Nourse, Manager MILK RIVER going to Lethbridge i evening. business this ___ Milk River, Aug. Frank and! Jos. Oborn has leased his coal mine John E-Uert. of Glencoe, Minn., ar- to p-rties from the States who will rived- on the noon train and will operate it on a large, scale. The new spend several weeks' on their father's -company begin operations the first ''farm -here'! of next month and will endeavor to J. A. Ellen and Jos. Oborn are furnish the coal that is demonded. What Have You to Offer] f .'it 4 I 't We have Cash Customer for Residential Lots if offered at right prices Lots in Parkview just south of the Fair Ground at 115 each, only cash and per month. These prices will prevail until September 1st. After this date prices will be advanced Office open evenings Calvin Hatneld OTT BLOCK Jl District News NEW DAYTON New Dayton, Aug. farmers are all very busy cutting their grain this -week. Messrs. Marker and Parrot are loading their wool here this week. They will have about six car loads. A. 0. Hunter arrived here Friday morning with a party of thirteen land seekers from Dayton, Ohio. They expressed themselves as being we'll pleased with the land. Most of them returned to Lethbridge Monday evening owners of Alberta's soil. iMiss Sue Watkins returned to her home at 'Dunseith, N. D., after spend- ing her vacation here visiting friends. Messrs. Adlard and Hantz, of! Piqua, 0.. Monday in to.wn. W. J. Bell spent Sunday in Leth- j bridge visiting friends. i John Whitesel returned from Clares holm Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Scott are the proud parents of a bnby boy, born August 21st. George arid James Peat of Leth- bridge, Friday in our busy lit- tle town. George Whitesel, dray man here, is .visiting in Warner this week. Mr. Preece took a new on Monday. He stated that his crop was larger and better than ever this year. Mrs. Moorland arrived Friday from Indiana for a few weeks visit with her husband and son at the ranch. LAND FOR SALE Choice block 956 acres, all Sec. 28 and W. half Sec. W. This .is on the Weyburn Lethbridge extension; smooth, level prairie, free from stones and will sell for per acre inside a year. Price, for immediate sale, per acre en block, or in half sections; cash on each half section, balance, 5 payments, inter- est, at 6 per cent. Write or wire W. J. G1LLILAND, 1705 Cook Street, Victoria, B.C., or The Canadian Real Estate Co., Room 9, Bryan Block. Lethbridge. WHITLA Whitla, Aug. C. R. are putting in a temporary depot at Whitla. Rumor has it that we will have a depot this fall. DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S DEATH York, Pa., Aug. Attor- ney Wm. L. Ammon, of this city, was found dead in -the loft of the stable in the rear his home today. Doc- tors who -examined the body declare that death was caused by -heart trouble, but last night he purchased a pound of cyanide of potassium, and a search today has failed to reveal its whereabouts. He was 41 years old, Two rattle snakes were killed each and was elected district attorney in containing from seven to nine rat- tlers. Fritz Daubs made a business trip to. Lethbridge on Friday. Everybody turned out Saturday and put in the day on the new Presbyter- ian church is being erected at Whitla. Coyotes stole eighteen chickens from Robi. Gillroy's barn Thursday The Misses Bertha and Gertrude Sterm have accepted positions -as j cooks lumber -camp at Medicine Hat. The young ladies leave Wed-j nesday to assume their new duties, i Most of the settlers around Whitla- are from North Dakota which" makes j it a dandy fine settlement. There will be aix ice cream social in the new church on the evening of Aug. 30. .Even- one come and help along the good cause. Lila Richardson and Mr. Fnl-r ler were out breaking bronchos on Thursday evening. There will be a social dance at the] home of Mr. Ensign, three miles i north of Whitla. Wednesday even-; ing Aug. 25. j A public school building will be j erected at Whitla in the near future, j Miss Lily Sterm leaves soon forj Seven Persons where she has accept- j ed a position, Billy Moffatt reports having seen four antelope near his home Satur-j .J190 to District News MONARCH Monarch, Aug. article these columns recently relatiye Jack Morrison leaving here to take charge of the culinary department of the C. P. R. survey camp, gave offence where no offence was intend- ed. The writer offers his apology, and joins Mr. Morrison's friends in Monarch in hoping he will make his home with us when his labors at the camp are finished, for the sea- Southern Alberta Loan Investment Co, GEORGE J. BRYAN Gen. Mariagu Thompson Block. Calgary Bryan Block, Lethbridie All Property Listed at Both Offices Rllildino- Crabb Street, each I UUllUlllg London Road, each R LOtS Riverview, 5 Offices To Kent in Bryan Block MONEY TO LOAN INSURANCE We have just unloaded a car of- window, plate and fancy glass. and are in a position to fill all orders at right prices. Our. stock of lumber is large and well assorted. Estimates furnished. Mill work a specialty. OLIVER'S CDMPkNV Office and Factory Cor. ROUND uriOMPtt STREETS Telephone 15H YardfSmith St Phone 195 Mr. Cunningham, representing the National Elevator Co., was in town Friday locating' a site for his com- pany at this point. A party of young people from Leth- bridge were visiting at the ranch of Mr. R. TJrch. The. parly, which included the Misses May Simp son, Gladys Oliver, Jean and Nettie Ujrcli, together with JBruce Conyi- beare, Levy DeVeber and D. Urch, made several excursions into Mon- arch, creating quite a furor -and as- tonishing the natives.. Monarch-en-, joys a lively, iun loving' cro.wd" and hopes to see our callers soon again, including yellow, blue and red riding whips and divided skirts. The railway has been built, about nine miles out of Lethbridge and we hope to: see the two stretches of rust in Monarch before the end of this week. Look out for the cars. Lumber and gravel is being rapid- ly laid down for tne immediate erec- tion of two. of our six elevators pro- mised for Monarch. The greatest opportunity in Alberta for a live hotel man lies within easy reach. 1A.11 -corresponde-rice -relative to this or any contemplated business] at this ptfint will be cheerfully an- swered by addressing Mr. C. H. An- derson, secretary Monarch board of trade. Carpenters worked two days on "an! addition to the Canadian Bank of! Commerce building to make room for OVfr. Anderson's pipes and the purple sox of Mr. Sharp. j A meeting will be held at Morrison j Hall, Monarch, Sept. 4. to erect the! Monarch s-cbiool district. Notices i have been posted and we trust all! interested district will attend. We love our Monarch but Qh you railroad. j A well boring outfit is expected to j begin boring by the latter! part of this week. Everything comes to Monarch: you better come too. Grain in this part- _of the country never looked better. The binders can be seen, at work in all the fields about Monarch, every turn, of the wh-eel placing dollars in the hands of the farmers of ..this great produc- ing district of Sunny Southern Al- berta. Duncan McLean's quarry near this place now employs a force of forty- four stone cutters. Mr. McLean has secured several large contracts both inJLethbridge and Maclebd and every available moment is utilized to sup- ply the large and increasing demand for the excellent stone. The Dakota Pool Room On Ford St. opposite Postoffice, formerly man- aged by AV. M. Murray has changed hands and will hereafter "be managed by Fred Longly, form- erly of the R. AVallace Cigar Store. He kindly in- vites his friends to call and see him and assures them a choice line of cigars and tobacco to choose from. Yours, FRED. LANGLEY TONNAGE INCREASED Ottawa Aug. statement of canal traffic issued by th'e Depart- ment of Railways and" Canals show that tonnage increased 'this year and not decreased as stated in an item which has gone the rounds of the I press. Total increase up to July 31, over last year was tons pir- more than total canal traffic of nine y-cvars ago. Of this increase "Soo" canal con- tributed tons, St. Lawrence- canals and Wtelland tons. Standard! day. The boys are in hopes theyi will stick around till the season i opens. There will be special- services in the Presbyterian chuich next Sunday. Speakers will be present from Leth- bridge and Calgary. Mrs. Luuhart was making fashion- able calls Monday afternoon. Sir.1" Carson arrived from Pincher Creek and is erecting a residence on his homestead north west of XVTntla. Duck season opened yesterday. No reports as yet except thoss of the gun. An eastbound auto passed through Whitla a few days ago. The excite- ment .was intense for a few Place Your Orders for .WITH.... A 1 Section of Stirling at per acre. cash, balance o equal anmial payments. A number of Im- proved Farms listed for sale on easy terms of payment. Call and look our list over THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, Bryan Block, Lethbridge FIRE INSURANCE. FARM LOANS AT 8 CENT. 4V Fully modern house to rent. Close in. per month. For sale, very new cottage, cash balance very easy. m The H. Macbeth Agency {Good Houses on .Easy Terms Freeman. Maeleod and Graham Phone 178 LETHBRIDGE P. 0. Box 679 E WARNER Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 Stirling. Aug. cement: foundation for the three story hotel j is completed and the frame for the: first story is up. Work is being rush-! ed and it is expected to have the ho--, tel in running shapr. DV the first of j j, October. I W. N. Moore has, arrived with aj full stock and is opening a. general store. Mr. Moore hits had years of- experience in his line and knows a good thing when he sees it. Rev. Mr, Baker, of Raymond, con- ducted services here yesterday. The congregation is gradually increasing and a 'church will be built very shortly. The Stirling Townsite Syndicate have finished excavating for a large general store on Alberta, avenue. Work is being rushed and the store will be occupied immediately upon completion. Sam Feeber, formerly of Cobalt, j has purchased a lot on First avenue! and is erecting a store for lunch! counter and fruit store. 1 V e General Teaming We do all classes of teaming on the shortest notice. Satis- 4 J faction guaranteed. If you need coal and you want thf best value your money will buy, ring me up on Phone 201. Coal delivered C.O.D., WM. TAYLOR 5 u Up 108 When yon want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily The dwelling for W. N. Moore Avillj j OH N be completed in a week. (Mr. Moore will then move his family-down from Medicine Hat. Walter Pettifor has about complet- ed his cottage and is moving in this week. The pay list for labor on the town buildings amounts to over three-hun- dred dollars per week. Mr. Rcagh, the local agent of the A. R. and L, applied for an assist- ant as he found it impossible to atr tend to the duties that. are required at this point as business has increas- ed very rapidly owing to the pros- perous outlook of the country at large BRODIE: Mr. and Mrs. Becker and. Mjiss Backer left last Wednesday for ia trip to Seattle and other points on the1 coast. Miss Becher intends to make- her home -with' a brother in Seattle. Mr. a-acl Mrs. Becker will soon'be in Warner again where Mr -Backer has charge of a lumber yard. Mrs. F. S. Leffingwell entertained a party of ladies at her home Thurs- day evening Music and games were participated in until a late hour, when dainty refreshments were serv- ed. The guests departed feeling that they had spent a very enjoyable evening- About eight people from in and near Warner left for Lethbridge on Saturday evening on their "way. to I points in Iowa and .Minnesota. r- Mr. Witte has been laid'up for the past few days with a slight attack of appendicitis..' Work has commenced on the resi denc-3 Mr.. Soice is erecting just op posite the Evangelical church. Watch Warner grow. Mr. and' Mrs. Le Rock have gone back to Plainview. Min.. for a short stay. Mr. Le Rock intends to bring a car of stock.'and household goods with him when he comes back. They will make their' future home near Warner. Farmers are now busy cutting the grain the yield of which will bs greater than ever before. Three new threshing outfits have just been ship- ped -in which proves that there will be something doing when threshing time comes. General Teaming We do all classes ol teaming oh the shortest notice. Satis- faction guaranteed. If you need coal and yoxi want the "best value your money will buy, see me. "Coal must be paid-for on delivery. E. J. TICKNER Box 454. 1258 Redpath St. RAYMOND T iRaymond, Aug. Rivers went to Magrath on the morning train Mr. J. Crossley is putting up a sis roomed house on his ranch, 10 miles south of Raymond. Mr. C. A. Robertson, of. the Al- berta Pacific --Elevatvr Co., was In town today. Mr. Fetus.arrived to take charge of the Alberta Pacific Elevator put up about two months ago. Raymond.; Aug. McDuffee, W. Paris, H. A. Gilties, Smith, and L. 0 Norton have returned aftetf spending about eight days at th'e Kootenay Lakes. All are looking well and have spent -a most enjoys able holiday. Wood Street, behind Steam T- Laundry Work done at all hours or night- HAZEL LINK W. OLIVEK, JUN- Headquarters for OFFICE: Room Block Phone 180 FARMERS! Before buying a new -wagon for the coming harvest you should see the NEW MOLINE, FAIRCHILD and NEW DEAL WAGONS Highest Grade Lowest Prices Hyde IF Sauitders Office ant) IHouse Cor. Ford and Campbell Streets Pte m P.O. Box 112 Wholesale Dealers in Building Material Lumber, Shingles, Lime: Cement, 'Plaster. Brick, etc. Special Prices on Elevator Cribbing E. Gr. -Fir Flooring and'No. 1 5SX Shingles Telephone 379 Bridge Carpenters and Helpers Apply to T. M. EVANS, The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co, LETHBRIDGE. ;