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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday. July 6, HH2 LETHBBVDGE DAILY HERALD Page 13 TL t) i. The Best armers Hotel in Alberta License Can be Had Apply MacOONALD, CARMANGAY, ALTA The Bank of Nova Scotia INCORPORATED 1832 CAPITAL B-ERKRVEFUXD TOTAL ASSETS OVEll- JJi (Juimilii, foiuidlaiid nutl the West indies; nKo New York and Chicago J A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS In connection with which there. Is n SAVINGS BANK 'DEPARTMENT. Interest allofted on rtefloflits of and npBRuisTit the 'highest cmrent late branch ol! tlifa old established bank been openedUn the Hill I Block, Lethbridge, and soljclts the accounts of tirnu and 'in dividual! on favorable tcrnib LETHBRIOGE- BRANCH E F MACNEI.LL, Mil-igtr i j THE CANADIAN BANK t u QF 7, SIR" tfDMUND WALKER, DC L, 1 LAIRD ,1 JOHN AIRD Ceaeril ManM.r, W CAPITAL, TRAVELLERS'" Issuej) V The Capita B.mk of "Conimerce enable travelftr to provide without delay at each point oljhis joutney.in a copvemcnPfet e manner They are issued payable )n isry counjry ip the world in denominations ol V f with the exact equivalent in the moneys of the princip.il countries stated on the f.ii.e of "each cheque They are economical, absolutely s.il'e self- identlfjing easil) negotiated 33 Brandi t-', -t JS Union Bank of Canada INCORPORATED 1885 HEAD OFFICE, 'QUEBEC Bmti'g Progress Durhig Six Yeara. Rwt, MnySI'i 1905 4S.2OO.OOO Ntt fop Previous department All branches PrafU, money orders and Utters of credit issued. A geqeral bankiug business transacted., R. TINNING, Manager BRANCH A. B. CLARESHOLM MEN SEEK INVESTMENT WERE GREATLY IMPRESSED WITH THE 'POSSIBILITIES OF TOBACCO VAL'L'EV A coi respondent, writing to the Craflbrook Herald, states "A distinguished patty, of Canadian capitalists ere inspecting Tnh Valley orchards and orchard Artels on }bcth sides cf the'International bouh darj this week, and the! -surprise at the shoeing alollg hortl cultural lines that Is being mnde Those In the oompanj Mi an Francis of B G, Tohn Dahl and Ole Dahl, of Clates holm, T.'Ci MlhifiK. secre tary of the Ntimalia Farm Co.. Ltd Xanj.ik.t. AlU Mr Mllned, In coin nanj mlth otlieis n.UOO 'Ure of grain hunt at Kauialcd, ulth 7, 000 at-res in ctiltiv.Uion, one of (he largest bodies'of -land in'the province Messis Dahl are ;ilso largelv In teresteri in the Clrtieaholm country 2Ui is piominentlj identified with the East Kootenay laud, and lumbering mteiesls A III) laige hnldings in both lines at 1'lafisto.ne The orchards, Ijmg just south, of the HcosvHle bench lands, espec- ial objects of' their loaded Branch full 'nitluiipplfis, peaj'S plums ami pi unesf qrophefic of ithe boundlessly immense possibilities In "store for the tide cl is very soon to set in An'd'thej ed also that nowhere In Tto bacco Vail country the fruit growing advantages other locaiitj ,in the wfiole Canadian northwest'1 The result'or this awakening of Canadian capital to the imniense ra sources. (of the lioosvllle eounfrj eans much for Tobacco Valley, and is an exponent and at rejiabje fore- runner of a big development juit In its inception Record-ol: 1865 i i'ress i'or Five 1906 Capital Reserve ;f- Deposits, Investments Tbtal'Assets Hit 13 BranchM In Oanada, an tha d Asinlt and III all Clllai In A tIMinAL HANKING SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT 'at all allswed at hlfheat roe. Letbhridge FSranoh. t. BUT LETHBRIOGE tilly B The provincial govemmeni given lo He glna Vxicouvcr ed and Nortli Vnncanier Charlei Andrew Bradburj, a 'ilani of Oakvlllr (or 10 WILL MAKE APPLICATION MONDAY London, ,tulv" to ippcal (he Ke Temare case Do nskcil of the Prliy'COti'nfll Wondnj. Oeo W Woodf u ncallliy fnilt giolvcr or vlndaiifl, Out. Ml 25 while pulnllng In NIs lini'ii, Slid inaj HANSOM CAB IS NOW IN BRITISH MUSEUM 4 i.. VEHICLE, ONCE POPULAR MEANS7 OF LONDON THAVEL1, ftTOW- ED AWAY TO AMUSE L( POSTERITY T-iOndon, inly 5 las been added to th-e exhibits at the' intfsh MuieuDi. To corae'upon that amilian friend In sucbra place its lead bowed low upon' iig empty shafts a to feel, first, thp victim iof a itiPel accident But there it is, a Ic of the and one ban to 3C :ept the'innuendo, attached to the se dan chair of oltler dajs, 'This Is the reiirtents oE London once used lor A carriage Thiw, einph.itfcally, the feature that lias gnen cnier color to tne LonSon stieats for decades, is relegated to the limbo of meraorj. The last maker of handsoms closed bis noikslioj) doors three years ago It Yias a famous house, whose exciuis- HP handttoms used to be fought for long before thej were finished, In J905 auto taxicrtbe first appeared In the London statistics, very humbly, under the nnrae of chanical there being nineteen of them compared to about thousands hansoms In 1010 the W? soms bad been i educed to in.d the taucabs had increased to It is impossible to give the to day, but the mnj be put at 'about eleven thousand. Occasion- allj Jon may an old cabby ciawlfng along looking foi a faifl. Ho has had bis ofn cab tor jeira, and refutes fo give up. But ic is n IKJO! mclanchou apecitnen The refusal of (he tmnabm .driVem to accept the Utimelcr their end fhpj had accepted It, they might made a long fight, flic I'aiig flacios nrt> stilt doing, i :Thc Imrisom, kith Us tall.-plicate- .ly'poisc-rt the driver ram-mnndhig rab (i.nd from his left} seat, iind the above all, has been com- pared to an [mention Horn tha at- Icnualed art of who, by the almits brought A hansoni Info Ins lie roiild Us hern bi many a sunning writer. the lianfiotn Slcwnson s "Neiv Ktiiibl love Imif Itu glamor Alt, tJallicnnc's roiiplel, too, as a tioiictiplluti of.hunaums at night In'the': i tf Needs Fixing LOCKS TYPEWRTERS _ Trfc BICYCLES, ETC. TO i MacQpnald Expert Locksmith :and Gunsmith All Work Guaranteed Rear Sporting Co.'i old stand, St., S Phone 1032 'ijike dragon flies the hansoms hoter With ejes'to catch the knei So It miiBt'be softie pleast-re to the sentimental! to think "that the hansom 6 still In London, even m the museum. a meeting he Council of theJBfiyal Colonial 14 stitute, Sir' Bevan Edwards In the Canadians were fleeted nlonibfers" 4 Honor George V. 4ronn, Lieutenant Governor of the siovlnce of SiBkafthonan, George C Coitaar, JHunth Drummond, George Elliott, K C fL Kwlng, Hon. Oeoige K Foitef, H 7 R .Hawkins, Georga Lyman George C McDonald, J 'A Machado, C'J'A Sir Donald Alann, Col M Pel- CV.O, Cipt. "D O C Newton, M V O W -S. Marson, 'Professor -Miirtfn, W 'H Moore, Arthui R O Meara, Dr James "W loberlson Malcolm H, Robinson, leorge Wade. HJLLCREST'NEWS Hfilcrest, Alta, Julj Thom- s for rt lohg time an emploje f Collieries, Limited, eft town on Tuesday evening, for a down east The management and nen were both sorry to see him eave. As an all round sport, Tomm> JIB the goods, tennis, foot- baseball, all being tho name to im. We hope to see him returning to joon and taking IHsvOld ajtwng us A bor'u to the wife of Mr 'Geo. on Thursday last the Hlllcrest man, to Blnirjruore n? fire boss, town during' the hoildajs le c A1pii8etuifft'or itie iiembers of Dis United Mine Workers of Amferica, wab called on Saturday last (6 felect new officefs to fill positipnp left vacant by the appoint- ment of John to the vice- presidency John Tajloi 'uas unanl uiously elected as check andj.Tohn Dudlej as secretarj H. IsBiied a chal- 1 Special Bargain For 20 days in. good business propety CORNER BEDPATH AND 12th Seel on Ale, (eet street, has good a room fully modern house, rented for i45 00 month. This Is without doubt the best buy.in the city.today. Prlco> i Terms balance In U, 12, 18 months. Ferris Ransom NANTON taken up by (jleorge Brown, ami Be- fore a large crowd the two far UatorS Cunnlngbam won the hun dred jards' dash b> tbree and a half icet, and the two mile rate by about fortj yaidi After the race John Taj- lor challenged the winnei, and on Sat- urday last Cupningham attain made good his boast as the best runner m town by beating John in a fast bun dred. yards The school "broke up" last Fi Iday in style, the joungsters forming a band aiotmd the school, plajing "See, tho Conquering Hero on am instruments could get on short notice, as tne masteu left PRESIDENT OF THE ALBERTA CONFERENCE (Chnbtinn Oimidian) from Montreal for Liverpool, calling it Mtgnnile Jury 6, Aug.'3, AUf. 31 TfLlonlc July IVAutf 10, Sept 7 Laurtntie July 20, Aug. 17, 14 Citnftda July 27, Aug. 24t Sept. 21 LAUrtENTIC, 3.8 MEGANTIO and Finest stpamcis In Qaiiddfnn trade., dStaiiiich and Excellent arcorninOflaUons for nH classes f MODERATE KATE SIJRVJOB Teutonic and SS. Canada curry one class elected president of the Alberta Conference, the Rev Thos P Perrj of Lethbridgc, is one of the manj contributions Ontario Methodism has niade to the growing west Aii Perry was born at Noble ton, countv, on March 5th, 18TO, has father ai that time being the village schoolmaster ShOrtlj after this Important event the family re nioved to Drayton, Wellington where Vi Perry Sr occame principal of the public school, some time latei i emoting to a larm near Hollan At Hollen, during the special services conducted by Roys B Sherlock and John Kennedy, iri November, 188J, the jouth to definite decision foi Christ, and began the active Christ- j lan life, eventually led him to offer "'himself as a> candidate, for-the ministry In the Methodist church be fore tjJe dhtrlcf meeting nt Harrlston in ISI.'I, and lo the Gnetrih Con fermice in the samp jea' It-Js thy of more (ban passing noU that the president, of thti 'Saskatche- wan conference, the Ret. John A. Dovle, and the president of the Al i berta conference i'or received (heir ak randfdAtes for the ministry from the Mine h'icf and1 entered upon pro- b.illoa In mime >gftr eonnec linn the old-Oimlnl; confeiencc. Air. Pony Berved on (he Klmberly, Picaton and Pal file j Memorial Guclph circuit ft during protmtidn, took hi: theological coursa al Victotiu College Visit Our Fai'ins at, WARDNER, B. C., MARYSVILLE, B: C. -jf BRITISH CANADIAN TRtiST COMPANY ASSIGNEE AND RECEIVER TO LOAN ON FIRST MORTQAOES, AGREEMENTS OF SALE PURCHASED' 4l INSURANCE: FIRE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS, LIABILITY, TlDELITY 1 t GUARANTEE Cofiybeire Block r J. 8 Haxton Lethbrldga, AlU olis of Soutliein Alberta- During the past several >e-Ui> Mr. Perry has been the recipient of honors and of responsibility at theA hands of Tim brethren, being: seeretaty of ..the Al berta conferenre for the jears 190608, chairman dlatrict al- most continuously since 1904, and de legate to iho last geneial con-Terence. With efficient In this gioHhfg Western the evperle'nce these offices of iesnon- ghan, Mi, Perry to the highest ofllee In of his' brethren In1 the conference, TUth that experience and abillfy >hich assures the conference tbj and successful leadership. You Can Trust Studebaker The f landers "20" It bUllfotrihe beit'ma- terials money can buy, and at every vital print dupli- cates. the design of the hlghett priced cart. It It low 'l'n pnce.'beeaute we build ao many, buttin it is an automobile J _ (j. 60''yeara and, towntma'n'tht Vtfiiclea In the' world, and hontst; "and workmanship go into everjr Studebaker J mavibe ihofrt'lv but yojj can alwaya trvat yttur fltudebaHer car. t O i i CAR FOR CANADIANS __ __ "20" Touring car, 51000 fob. With Top, Windshield and Speedometer, Send for our catalogs e It will Interest you The Studebaker Corporation of Canada, Ltd. -'.VALKtRVILLE, ONTARIO _ LOCAL AGENTS. I Western Auto Company, TELEPHONI ;