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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TMi LETMiRlMK MIRALO, 18, 1tOf. MODEL ROADS AT CORN SHOW mafyesa Family Christmas The one thing that brings joj to all the household, big and little, old and young, is an Edison Phonograph with a selection of Edison Ambcrol Records. The best Christmas present is some- thing all can enjoy. All can and do enjoy the Edison Phonograph. 'if every member of the family would take the monej he or she expects to use to buy presents for the other members of the family, and put it together, there would be enough not only0to buy an Edison Phonograph, but' also a large supply of Records, Edison Phonographs can had from Sld.50 to S162.SO Edison Standard Records Edisoa Records (play wee as -g Edison Grand Opera Records we- w Ambcroi Records aaaect compile Uiclc Sam Sfowt tbnaa Alberta, days. Mr. Skirley and Sons are doing mosstrous business at their store. Mr. George Grenier has a splendid shallow well aow. Mr. Guy Bassett is thinking of hir- inx a nest summer, as his Al-j crop returns are so good. j Mr. Lee is storing in a big supply; of coal, so that ke will have enough for this winter and summer. Mr. Emeaulson had bad luck last week. One of his horses had an attack of colic and died. Ho had been offered for this horse. Mr. Deafis has now four horses. There is sure to be a eontinuous cloud of dust on his farm all next summer. Mr. Nick Siems did not back an outfit of oxen as -was expected. He sooner wait a while longer and THE CANADIAN BANK OF :E Paid up Capital, Roserro Fond, banking- busmen. BTtry facility afforded to fcrmen and of their Sales notes will be cashed or taken for collection. RY MA (I Accounts may be opened by mail and PI UlttlL. monits deposited or withdrawn in with equal facility. 123 Lethbridge Branch C G. K. Nourse, Manager pet something of a faster and get: CANADA something of a faster nature. There arc quite a nnmber of wid- ows and bachelors in this locality. Yet the widows remain widows and the bachelors remain bachelors. Messrs. Collins, Boyer and Nichol- son. went to Nanton today. BOW ISLAND Sweet Valley News Sweet Valley, Dec. 13 Gaul and family are again- on their home- stead. Mr. Glen Bassett, of North Dakota, is visiting with his brother, Mr. Guy Bassett. Mr. Bassett considers this country far of North Dakota. He is thinking of buying land in this district. Owing to the told fpeather Mr. Keen is progressing slowly 'with his big barn. Although Mr. (A the Herald staff, thinking of asking the government to change the name of this district to Cotton Val- ley, because of the .cotton plantation of Mr. Keen, but it has not yet been done. Because of his splendid crop, Mr. Dualop has "the smile that won't Bow Island-Dec. Oliiui3t made a, business trip to ridge recently. The Misses Seal left Fri-lay Kamloops, B. C., where Miss Ueal has been appointed matron of the hospital and her sister will the regular staff of Mrs- A. Deleridge entertained a number of friends Friday at a fare- will to Miss Edith Prouse, who re- turned to Lethbridge Saturday morn- ing. The post office was moved from Hopkins' farm to Dyer's store on Monday, -which will certainly be a great convenience to its patrons. Mr. Hopkins continues in charge. Jas. Reed left for Lethbridge en Saturday night where his brother will join him in a trip to tmeir old home at Toronto and other points. A. Fuller is moving his "building from Whitla and will occupy it with his meat market. Dr. and Mrs. Ross visited Leth- bridge the middle of the week. Rev. Hermaa has been appointed pastor of the Methodist Church at Burdett, also in plaee of Rev. maker, who has moved out on his claim. "Dad" Beatty is suffering from a severe attack of pneumonia. The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian Church had a very successful bazaar- Wednesday night. Great interest was taken in the hat trimming contest by he bachelors and the nail pounding ace by the ladies. The net proceeds ware Mr. Whitney is putting up a- butti- ng to be used as a butchershop. Mr. Hands is assisting at "Bow Is- and Mercantile Co. during the 4b- ;ence of Mr. Reed. That which you hare meant to open could not be started at a better time than right _______ now, while you have plenty of money coming in. The habit of at once depositing in the Union Bank of Canada the cash you receive, and drawing it out only as yon need it, will keep your money absolutely safe, will help you to save more of it, and will increase your balance by the addition of Compound Interest. Your account is respectfully solicited. Main Office cor. R.und Ic R.dpath St. U J- R. ANDERSON Sub-Office Westminster Rd., N. Ward fl Manager. Stirling F. Schimnowski, Acting Manager. W. Bail lie, Established 1855 Capital (Paid Up) t Reserve .J HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL 76 BRANCHES IN CANADA U.S. Exchange Benight and Sold at Lowest Kates j Accounts of'All Kinds Carried npon Favorable Tenna J SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards received. Interest allowed from J date of deposit at highest rates Has Arrived In Washington Prepared For Warfare Against the Insurflents. Savings Deposits THE RANK OF TORONTO receiTen narings deposits of nnd upwards, and adds interest to all balances twice a year Safe Convenient Profitable ASSETS Lethbridge Brunch: T. W. McEACHERN, Mgr. NEWS NOTES FROM THE PASS Bra.cfc, St. LH JOHNSON, Diamond City Branch, D. 0. MOEBISON, Manager 4 GlVtlJ GOVERNMENT THE CREDIT London Dec. McKen- na, first lord of the admiralty, speak- ing at a meeting at South End and referring to contribution of New Zea- land and Australia of two Dread- noughts mentioned that as only one of great efforts at empire consolida- tion undertaken by present govern- ment it would be making a memorial to fame of the Liberal government. "The greatest danger from influenza le -of its resulting ia Thifr can be obriated by using Chambw- laln't Cough Remedy, as H oniy cures influenza, but any tendency of the disease towards- pneumonia. 3c-W by all druggists. Frank, Alta., Dec. three months old baby of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thompson of Lille, died yester- day. The work of preparing 'the Frank skating rink for the winter is pro- eressina; very satisfactorily. The building o! the enclosure and the room is finished and the first flooding has been done. It is crpect- ed the opening will occur next Mon- day evening. There is a prospect that winter sports in other directions than -skat- ing may be afforded the youiw people of Frank this winter. There is now talk of organizes a snow shoe club and a curling club and devotees otj both sports are enthusiastic over the outlook. General manager Alfred Muller has j returned from Chicago where he went machinery for the Cana- dian Consolidated Company's big new plant. Rapid progress is being made with the construction of ihe of the power house and the installa- tion of the machinery will begin verr shortly. Are offering for Sale the Cheapest Lots on the Market EACH Situated North of Track He Alberta hihrcy md Irrigation Co. LITH1BIDQE. Parquharson Boisjoli Contractor, for Femca Pole., Props and TimWt, Rfcflromd Tim P.O. Box 304 Ftrnie, B.C. ;