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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THK BEGINNING nf B v ISA BEL C. ARMSTRONG. (Written Specially for this Edition convenient method or to irequent o- fl bluffs TUB INVASION OK PKACB leaving an odor of gasoline in West at last'" she carriages while best bib warned the rrue the first year the homesteader still builds his A enthusiasm- lino- nf snr? r__ uunus team of' bavs H maple, cotton-wood and oak mralom T rural homes from fierce w nter winds o- the -or BANK OF TORONTO GOOD SERVICE to their customers at all times .as been one of the chief factors in The Bank of Toronto's long and success- ful course. SAVINGS DEPOS.TORS receive assurance of the safetv afforded by our large resources and our safe and conservative meth- ods ot conducting business, and courteous treatment by care- ful 'jtficers. BUSINESS MEN keeping accounts here have Afforded them all the laciimes of a long-established, well-conducted Bank, possess- mg ample resources, and full equipment and connections for the banking transactions of all classes of business, both large and small. Assets. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH Reserved T. W. McEachern, Mgr. e eepon robbed tnc life of the farmer's wife of the oeril of monotony ami loneliness. The farmer feels a glow St pride fastidious. _______ But the homesteader is not long content with his sod the se if he be a worker the 7 u fomen Deepened into crimson then faded to ora v T, ,i, CATTLE DAYS In seeing his broad wheat fields where a dozen or more of his own sleek, well-fed horses are attached to his reaoers in seeing his own outfit threshing the golden Pr VT thC rich dark earth'and a break-down occurs he doesn't wait to hitch up a return in and has made 10r SSary SupPHes Or rePairs in less The Royal Bank of Canada CAPITA A General Banking- Business Transacted. loo branches in Canada; 11 branches HI Cuba; 3 branches in Porto Rico: 3 branches in West Indies. Also branches in London, England, and New York. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of ?l and upwards received and interest allowed at highest current rates. Home Savings Banks supplied. CORRESPONDENTS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD LETHBRiDGE BRANCH J. M. AITKEN, Manager. Progress in its march has covered Saskatchewan and s 'Vrr AIbena' S6eker prone to sigh, I have come too late." And the "too late" ha. come about all within the past few yea-s f bj? fanCh iS raPidlJ: Passing awav and so well knoiin a Canadian writer as Agnes Deans Cameron fn PUl and energv into the In a few years at most, the cabin to a prosperous, frame, dwelling, with substantial to house the increasing stock. The trees which have been planted to beautify and give shade, like evervthinl else are yielding their best for this gracious soil thp morefand1more of the comes under cultivation a frly the It is h tlm land holds the warmth from ,he_sun s rays much longer than uncultivated. Men of optimism, but at the same time experience and sound iudcrment state that the dav is not far distant when garden which could Onlv be guessed at bv grant odors, and across a lawn {he guests were In recent years, the ample rain-fall has insured against HOMB at a gate at the end of a long avenue of trees Ithe'r end Wdcome wbdow of the house t, the no revelr-r' no nistic badina-e no loud laugh that speaks the vacant but rather' a highly cultured m.rth. The hostess, a verv disposition of thc money. j W. L. Walsh, been j tamed to assist the attorner-gcneral on behalf Of the province. j There are several most, needy and I pititul teses. I understand that C. TJlIrrcst. ha? already sent ia SiOO..Trusting it will be possible, Yours faithfully, i T. D. JONES, j Methodist minister. j Thr Herald believes that there are many people ir, Lpthbridge and tlv :surrounding district, glad- MJ-_ help distressed people and mill contribute of their means to bring Cliristmas cheer to them. The -Herald will forward any s'ims tc it, or those who wish {o SO mijcht stud direct to Mi. litical prisoners in various parts of the empire and resolutions denounc- .ing- the authorities were adopted at I.MOSCOW, an indignation meeting of the students was broken up. SAFE IS BLOWN -Minneapolis. Dec. successfully blew a safe in the Wyom- ing, Chiegon county postoffice for the third time early this morning and es- caped with in money and in stamps. They are being pursued to- wards Minneapolis by an armed posse Jii automobiles. a ticket for aidermeri 'co'inpose3 of tne following ratepayers: Dezall, McKen- na. MacKinnon, McNabb. Taylor and Aid. Patmore. The other members.of the old council have made no state- ment as to coming out. Possibly Aid Johnson, Jackson and Campbell will he in the field. DROWNED IN COLLISION Jec. iluo Ninetieth- Rifles. nar-al tender Elfin were drowned to- day in a collision between the tender and a submarie. The Elfin was sunk and the submarine eerioual? damaged. COMMITTED SUICIDE Prince Albert, Dec. St. John Veld, an Englishman of about forty years, hanged himself last nighl by- means of the fire escape rope from his bedroom window in the leading hotel here. The deceased had been suffering last week from financial' am) incipient pneumonia, which brought on a hallucination. came here a month or so ago "from Brandon, where he was well kriowa in theatrical and military circles. ;