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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FMI9AY, 0I6IMMR 1M0 ESTABLISHED 1885 TO INCORPORATED 1903 OUR MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS MERRY XMAS THE BENTLEY COMPANY, LIMITED "NOTHING BUT GOOD GOODS OUR MOTTO We undoubtedly have the largest stock of General Merchandise in Southern Alberta. Our three story building and three warehouses on the track are full from cellar to garret. Reasonable Prices and Courteous Treatment OF CANABA Capital and Rest Exceed Fey Western FjU. lIK'f 9 it. i. i.. attention to the bankraj requirements tke Fameo, Dealera, Cattle ajsd Already wwiia tWt Imnk from Part Frfi% wfrh Bills of nerotfetKf Warn R.tmrf J- R- Sub-Offlct Wettsnmster Rd.. N. Ward 1 Stirling Bramah A. F. Sohimnowaki, Acting Manager. Grassy Lake R. W. BaUlie, Manager. CHANGE TIME OF FALl fAIR baritt Trade Cmeii Me Segffst 101 THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE OPFICE. TORONTO B. E. "WAJ-KER, President tprr Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, Brandies tfaroughont Caaada, End in the United States agd SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposit3 of and upwards are received and interest aliowod zrt corrwt' rates. Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more- persons and withdrawals made by aay one of them or by the survivor. m LethbrilgE Uranch C 6, K. SOBTK, Head Offict: TORONTO, CANADA Capita! Reserve Lethbriage Branch, 602 Red- path T. W. A 1 At the of Trade- council meeting yesterday, besides receirins Secretary McNicol's report on the worlc done at Omaha, the members a few other subjects. They were all agreed that the had been a success, even though the rules of the eikibHion had prereiited any Canadian grain taking; prizes. Those present were Pres. Nourse. Rylands, Messrs. Mc- Keown, Goode, Tiliey, AH. Bowman. W. H. Fairfiel-d, E. A. CusninRham and F. W. Downer. Aid. Bowman rsrnarksd that the Board of Trade was putting the city council in an awkwara position, as Mr. Gait has specifically stated that ouir buiMins; would bs on the square. The late mayor Lid into the matter with Mr. Gait and that was the outcome. A. E. Cunningham said .jh.it, his understanding was that Mr. Gait was favorable to havinr suitable i_- ,_ they saw nothing better than is buildings on the square. i Mr. Nourse understood Mr j usually shown. He believed that Gait was willing to have a sports could be secured that -would number of buildings on the if (attract the crowds, hia approval -were first soujax The' Mr. Cunningham said that hereto- be iiacuMOd fore the fair was more of a Start tke New Year with a 3AVING3 ACCOUNT at the Bank of Toronto. One Dol- lar (or more) will open an inter- prac- regular fconth- Ij your balance will produce results that will Interest'you. attract one-tenth of the people who would come to a good agricultural The council finally passed a resolu- tion as suggested by Mr. Fairfield. Supt. Price wrote saying that with regard to the danger of the Gait St. crossing the buildings obstructing the view would be removed, and thus the safety would be increased. i, C. A. Magrath. M. T, wrote Board telling what he was doing at Ottawa with regard to the post of- fice. A letter was from Mrs William Henderson, thanking, the Board for its message of condolence. PASSENGER TRAIN JUMPED THE TRACK St. Paul, Dec. Paul pass- lender train No. 43 running north at 135 miles an hoar, spread the rails one-half a mile east of Good Thunder, Minn., near and plunged In- I to the ditch last .night. Forty per- jsons were injured, none fatally It is believed. The mail car rolled down a thirty foot embankment and took fire. The injured were taken to Mankate. W. P. Roy far ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Cold Wtatbcr It A 3TOMM 5A5M MADAM GOUIN THOUGHT TO HAVE 1EEN MURDERED Paris, Dec. police have de- jcided that Madam Gouin, widow of I the late Jules Edward Gouin, gover- Inor of the of France, whose jbody was found under a train near jthis city last iras murder-j ed while she was occupying an apart- ment of the train. The family hai offered a reward of J5.060 for the apprehension of the murderer. The conclusion of the po- lice that death was not accidental was based upon the examination of finger marks made in blood upon a curtain in the railway apartments. The finger prints proved to be those o" a man. conacil at rmte. W. H. Fairfleld snooted tfcat than a fall while AW. Bow- man remarked than in Established 1855 Capital (Panl Up) Reserve Fund HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL 76 BRANCHES IN CANADA Board of Trads resolution dates fair were larjply Torable to the Molding erf tJw terming by tfce race taral Fair later la the yemr. At toe! Pretidimt Nourse agreed that present dates, the exhibits cannot be'fair snould be held later in year, worthy of the country and people the harvest was in. He did not tcr serins: the exhibits at Billinea, believe that it was impossible to Omaha would be disappointed if the people then. Race horses do not GREAT BIRTH RECORD AT NAIRN CENTRE Nairn Oat. Dec. erideiit that mot faih- la Algoraa. The wife of Mr. George Thurlow, of thia place, has Kir em birth to children within the eleTtm two of them being twini. Mr. aad Mri. Thurlow jhave been married years and j have nine children, among them be- Mng- thrise pairs of twins. Mr. Thur- low, the proud father, ii the district i constable of Nairn Centre. T I U.S. Exchange Bctight and Sold at Lowest Ascwsata ef Ail DEPARTMENT of H and upwards received. Interest illowttd from date of deposit at highest ratea i it Cifcy E. D. O. GHTFUL? your leifurc--not will ike fatl Place Tour for Office and Factory am m mm mm ....WITH.... I BUS. i mini I PHONE 289 i i Phone 103 May ita yoa wmt DILAYfNG done promptly -md JOHN BRODIC POffT EXf RESS W any j. FBIII mm Oats Aa Mtinate the of rosn acd worcea JE Tork Cil? wort an! al Stt.fft. part tf PRICES TRE L0WE5T n ;