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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIBGE HERALD SPECIAL PUBLICITY NTTMBEK Incorporated by Act of Fariiaaeot 1855 Head Office, Montreal. Capital aatbrized. THE MOLSONS BANK CAPITAL PAID UP MOLSOX MACPHERSON, President. S. H. EYVIXG, Viee-Presidem. JAMES ELLIOT, General Manager. A. D. DURXFORD. Chiof Inspector and BOARD OF DIRECTORS W. M. RAMSAY. J. P. CLBGHOBK, H. MARKLAND MOLSON, WM. C. McINTYRE, GEO. E. DRUMMOND Supt. of Branches. W. H. DRAPER. Inspector. VV. L. OHIPMAN, J. H. H. A. HARRIES, Asst. Inspectors -------------BRANCHES------------ ALBERTA. Calgary Edmonton Lethbridge BRITISH COLUMBIA. Revolstoke Vancouver. MANITOBA. Winnipeg ONTARIO. Alvinston Amherstburg Avlmer Brockville Chesierville Clinton Dmmbo Dutton Exeter Frankforti Hamilton Market Braich Heasall Highgate Iroquois Kingsville London Lucknow Meaford Jferlin Morrisburg -F. MACBETH Manager SWAISLAND. -K. D. JOHNSON H. PRATT, -J. H. CAMPBELL. -E. F. KOHL, -H. H. MIDDLETON. S. FALLS, -E. W. R. HILL. E. FIDL'ER, WALLACE, -C. E. DO'WDING. -C. K. CURREY, -F. E. PRICE, DYER HURDON, to Trenton. -T. BERESFORD-PHEPOE. J. BILLINGS, -R. B. SAMUEL. -R. BARNHART, -H. P. D. EVANS, -P. W. D. BRODRICK, -G. H. SMITH, -D. A. FERGUSON, S. WOODS, Agent. S. CONNOLY, Manager. Norwich Ottawa Owen Sound Port Arthur Ridgetown Simcoe Smiths St. Marys St. Thomas -REGINALD ELLIOT, -A. B. BRODERICK, -J. R. WAINWRIGHT, -J. A. LITTLE. -GEO. WILLIAMSON. H. GROFF. -H. B. WILSON, -H. H. STEVENSON, -L. E. TATE, St.- End Toronto -C. W. CLINCH, St., Beaconsiield D. BOULTON, Sufa.-Agent AGENTS IN GREAT BRITAIN AND COLONIES London and BANK, LIMITED. South STANDARD BAXK OF SOUTH LIMITED. AXD LEINSTER BANK. LIMITED. Australia and New UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED. FOREIGN AGENTS GENEEALE. BANK. Belgium, BANQUE D'ANVERS. China and KONG AND SHANGHAI BANKING CORP'N. NACIONAL DE CUBA. HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL REMITTED AT 4 ffls m Trenton Wales Waterloo West Toronto Williamsburg Woodstock Zurich QUEBEC. Arthabaska Chicoutimi Drumnondville Fraservilte and Eivere du Loup Station Knowlton Lachine Xocks St. James Street St. Catherine St. Agent. Manager. -H. A. THOMPSON -G. M. WHITNEY, HESPELER, -J- T. BELCHER, to Morrisburg. -E. W. WAULD, ARNOLD, G. W. BADGLEY, Manager -J. E. HOUSEMAN, -T. TEMPLE LAWLOR, C. SUTHERLAND, -C. K. TEMPLE, to St. Henri. C. PRATT, -F. W.Gr JOHNSON. Market D. MOLSON. St. Henri Branch S.., STEVENS ON, Maisonneuve -McM'AHON Quebec Richmond Sorel St. Cesaire Ste. Flavie Station St. Ours DUMOULIN, -H. E. -J. F. MOREAULT. MERCHRE, -J. A. G-UILMET, -JV O. R. MARCHAND, Ste. Therese de BEAUCHESNE Victoriaville MARCHAND, Waterloo _G. S. WALSH. Agent. Manager. AGENTS IN THE UNITED STATES 1 LL OF HE Lethbridge Branch New NATIONAL NATIONAL CITY BANK. HANOVER NATIONAL BANK. NATIONAi BANK. KIDDER. PEABODY CO. NATIONAL BANK OF CHICAGO STREET NATIONAL BANK. ejo? PHILADELPHIA NATIONAL BANK. CORN EXCHANGE NATIONAI BANK STATE BANK. NATIONAL BANK. NATIONAL BANK. AND IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Savings Bank Department at All Branches. Interest allowed at highest current rates. K. D. JOHNSON, Manager PINCHER CREEK A BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED TOWN SITUATED IN THE FOOTHILLS OF THE ROCKIES I "HK RESOtfKCES and con- I dltions of Pincher Creek and district are regarded the country as one of the Tery finest and richest in the entire West- With a soil specially adapted for wheat and other grains, fann- ing has made rast strides and is being carried on most siiccessful- ly the enornioiis yields of forty, .fifty and sixty-bushels of wheat to the acre, speaking for them- selves. The delivery and marketing of this product in the fall and winter to the railroad, naturally creates a period of activity in business of all kinds. is the stockman's para- dise. The specially nutritious grasses and the mild, open ters permit 'easy and inexpensive cattle and horse raising, so that the annual output of stock is a great factor in the prosperity of the country. In natural resources the dis- trict is particularly fortunate. Innumerable coal mines are in operation, and mostly on a small but large companies are enlisting capital to operate on an extensive scale as the product is equal to any of the bituminous coal on the market, and the prospect for the unlimited dispos- al of the output is the best since the construction of the large transcontinental roads. The sup- i ply has been pronounced by ex- 1 perts to be practically boundless. Ontcroppings of .coal can be i seen; along the banks of almost i. any of the streams back in the j A great deal of development! work has been done near by Pe- 1 troleum experts and finan- cial .men are always enthusiastic about results, as signs and indi- cations and seepages have been most favorable. Natural, gas is largely -distrib- for their own use, so that scar- city of a good class of dwelling for rent is still very much felt. Ivlrs. p. Levasseur, addition, -T- E. SWtz., stable, J. W. Green, cottage. Dick and Hedderick. cottage, Mrs. A. Mclntosh, cottage., St. John's Heetbry. addition, KING EDWARD HOTEL, PINCHER CREEK. go ahead at once .in a large way. Abundance of timber exists in all the mountain sides, onl, a uted throughout this part of the west and a large company is now boring with a first class up to date outfit on the outskirts of the town, and have already struck a'good, flow of gas. short distance from the town. Small mills look after the local demand but with the building of new railways to get the product on the regular market greatr ad- vances will come in this indus- A VICW Of MMOHIR OMEK'S PRINCIPAL tTHIfT, For some years it has been j well known that iron exists in-} large and paying quantities in i Altogether you see we have certain parts of the district, but good reason for classing our dis- lack of railway facilities has re- trict here as a'distinctly superior tarded development to any ex- j one for the investor, as few parts tent. It is, however, the inten- are backed up with such resourc- tion'of the parties interested in such an area, A conserya- j tive and well advised estimate of the amount of shipping from this point is about five or she hundred cars annually. The pressing need of this dis- trict and town is better railway facilities. If the town and dis-1 trict has developed into a pro- gressive and prosperous com- munity in the absence of proper .railway accommodation it only requires a second thought to pic- ture a very growing and thriv- ing locality, when close railway fjonnection is gireiu Any one tak- ing up this work actively would find a good proposition before him. BulMIng Notwithstanding the financial tightness of the early months, the total building permits amounted to in Pincher Creak. While last i the amounted to i it must to reme_ ithat tfe tTiiom ami Bank of Commerce were built .4JL _ mot .yctti, su ine oi Tne town this year is most gratify- ing. Kesidences have sprung up in all parts of the town and these dwellings are of a good class and are equipped with all conven- iences. Most of the houses reports ed have been put up by owners W. A. Askey, stable, W' repairing, Eobbins'livery stable' P. J. Fergie, cottage, C. H. Watson, cottage, Levitt CVT, stable, H. Olmstead, addition. T. LEBEL'S MAMMOTH STORE AT PINCHER CREEK. BIG JUMP IN ENTRIES LAND No bttter tyidcnet of wonderful growth of Leth- bridge district could bo for than entries land during ytmr IfM. They the magnifi- cent total of M2I, an in. over year of in that having figures by months for year I Ml as January............... 175 Fobruary ...........___ (M March 2lt April an 211 July L...... 2CI August................. ..............2.IM Octobw Novembor Docombor Total T. H. Hoare. cottage, Mrs. F. Levasseur, cottacre, Convent, stable, J. E. Woods, cottage, McKerricher- Bros., creamerv, ?500. J. H. Schofidd, cottage, fl. WilHs, addition, C. Laurin, cottage, 100. Messrs. Fountiev, cottage. Queen's Eestaurant, Mrs. F. LerasseuT, cottage, C. E. Saville, cottage, Mill and Elevator Co., addi- tion, J. S. Montgomery, cottage, F. Lynch, stable, T. Hinton, repairs, A. KcLane, cottage, H. E. Hyde, stable, D. McKeen, cottage, F. J. Fergue, stable, Geo. Blake, cottage, A. Bonthiffler, stable, A. C. Kemmis, addition, T. Lebel Co., addition, Jim Lee, addition, A. W. Bobbins, cottage, 000. G. Goslin, cottage, W. A. Eraser, cottage, 500. Mrs. F. Levasseur, boarding house, W. B. .Bobbie.' liverv barn, E. J.rMitcheil, addition, C. Collins, stable. S. Thornley, stable. -J. J. Braniff, stable, A. McLane, stable, LETHBRIDGE INDUSTRIES Woollen Mill. Brewery. Iron Works. Sash and Door Factory. Two flour millt. Two brick Three coal Ccmtnt Block Manufactory. Cifar Factory. T. H. Hoare, cottage, B. H. Cyr, addition, Tfatot T. axJditioD, A WHIAT FIILD IN THt FOOT HILU NIAH PINOHM OMIK. ;