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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THc LETHBRIDGE DAlL> HEFiALO, TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1909. OF CANADA Rest and I'u- Proms Exceed Protect Your Savings Hard earned savings disappear quickly in speculation. Large profits carry with than heavy risks of total loss. It is vriser to be satisfied with the absolute security for both Principal and afforded by this strong Bank. A Savings Account may be slarteu. with n Deposit of or upwards, on which Interest will be paid at highest current rale. We will welcome your account, xvhether large or small. Lethbridge R. Anderson, Manager. Stirling F. Manager. Tho judge released him; in :i little while lio was back on the trams, loll off lust a lejr. iif him. you can imagine the end of the it's typical of "Th-- raiilxis of the vagrants are re- cruitt-d iarjrely boys who have the IriiL'ing t wander. They want to the world. Or a country boy an OUR LET FEE BO RAILWAYS MUST FURNISH A LIST OF ACCIDENTS! THE SHOWS THE SQUARE. K.litor of UK- Herald: have no council. July .luimission has iviiiipaifie-: in 1st rvrvms which acci'lems all railway rm.-fh by September iiiv all at occurred since Je- i to "roast" the cuv council. They will ciiiioincAdvertisement of come iri Criticism enough, thin-' MJ Xrw York; lie is workinc for But lot "llich munv ol us a and it seems so j "ow being made of the of a fivijiht jPublk' Day it i was used us it should he. Tho socie- jties paraded in honor of the hind empire. The raising of the new 'flag and the stirring patriotic ad-; dress were most appropriate. The' Vicar Refused to Prepare for Confirm-i __ _ lt j easy to jump on the rear and heat his way Xew York." BOY SOLDIERS UNCHRISTIAN nary 1H09. In cuse of every cross- ing where nuvrf one accident recurred There b.' a of protection Tin1 statement must be full and explicit and must be certified to by a of- ficer of the company. M-- Ht lllajjjttle MATRIMONIAL "SWAPS' ation Member Of Brigade London. lias been July excited by the comment attitude and healthful. i i was a yrantl dav for young and old. i Two St- F Now Doubly Connected BOY TRAMPS MULTIPLY "A boy oan r.ook vii a train here, ride to Rochester, hook on "Tuim'-'l- adopted by the Rev. F. Clarke, vi- j j cor of Caklicot.. a village near And now. loss than'a fortnight hiter, -the same, but how Vagrancy Costs the Railroads Millions train and ride to Albany, ami no one! irentieman. who be-, Lsds Eager to See is the he said" Vagrancy is tf' Tm' Church schoo1., the World Incited to Wander by an expensive thing to the i: is to propare tor Enticing Advertisements. the public and the vasrrant ;1 ciuirch lad because or The claim agent of a western road s-iid New July 'hit the vagrants cost the railroads of this road' mean? in this country, to hit country 520..000..000 a year. At least ihe said Orlando F. Lewis, five thousand trespassers are killed superintendent of the joint applica- every in but by tiori bureau, in. a talk on "Boy failing off car? or being run Tramps" at the. sunmier school of and as many more are injured. Andj Philanthropy. Mr. Lewis said that tin-.the majority of the vagrants uiv number of boy tramp? was constantly tween ten and twenty vvarse of increasing, and partly because the: "A in Bridp-'p- r' many railroads make vagrancy easv. for stealing rklf-s on freiirht tral.is. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE ith the .Boy's his c-nneetion trade. to Mr. Alfred Kernp. li-ynn at Caldicot. (Torpor- 'ejtjlor al Luff, of th- Buys' Brigade, sought; C'jr.iirmatiim, but was refused by vicar unless he ceased his' connection i with the Several members of-the brigade have requested t> jeavf the church Sunday school. They ivv" done so ;mcl joined another C. Luff, father of the boy. on that same, but how; l-'o'rt Huron. !Mich., .luly Xo doubt it is wise to "swap" of relatives was he new boulevards about Friday niyht. when Louis RewaHt jtown with warnings not to trespass, i and Miss Frances Walters, daughter It mav be wise to fme otie for riding i oi a China township farmer, a rubber tired bicycle across the j married at tho bride's home. Only a square. Then why allow all manner' few days airo Walters, of stuff to bo hauled on heavy wag- of Fri.-'ay niirht's bride, and across'tho boulevards, arul dump-; I'.e-ttie HewuHt. daughter of rd on that same square? Xo one Supervisor -John of C'asco will contend that a circus camp is; towns-hip, and .sister of the new either pictuivs-.iuo or .pleasing. Of ihe were uniaed in murriagc. state nothing, and hint no- j An old-fashioned, ill-working furnace is o, non- producer. It consumes the coal, but through leaks and cracks wastes the heat. It is not economy to have such a furnace in your own home, or in your tenant's home. If you are thinking of building you should be inter- ested'in Sunshine Furnace. It adds 100 per cent, to home comforts. As soon as you let the contract for your house decide on your furnace. The man will be pleased to tell you just how the rooms ought to be laid out with an eye to securing greatest heat from the smallest consumption-of coal. If vou v. ant to experiment with the question don't specify "Sunshine." If vou want to settle the question specify Sunshine." The HICK HARDWARE CO. LOdAL AGENTS Mr. A. One only notes that, todtiy tho po- lice ace busy warning merchants and householders against leaving proper- ty unprotected or buildings unlocked. Why refuse permission ;o Mr. Eck- storm to erect a. big tent oa the i tho accoKuiiodation of i K'iy- Br the vicar if. he eanni.t understand objection to it. OFFICE. TORONTO ESTABLISHED B. WALKER, President LAISD, General Munjer Paid-tip Capital, Reserve Fund, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES The new Travellers' Cheques recently issced by this Bank are a most way in wtaci to carry money wfaen travelling1. They are issued in deaomiasjioas and the exact amount payable in Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Sweden Switzerland is stared on the facr of each cheque, while In other countries. iossy are payable at current rates. The cheques and a3 iafbrmatioc regarding' tfrem saay be obtaiccd 2.1 every oiHce Sank. V.'lu'n asked for an explanation, the vicar fed tho hope that no n-wspitp'r interfere in a nuit- tr-r -if that kind. Each 'if C'.'i'.tirniati n candidate, he said, on its niorits. "But." he must be half a rnrttter which be iv-l't to th- cl'Ttry to deal ar.J any pnrt-ni 'who Inns a write t" tiie bishop.'' Lethbridg A Archbishop and Ior were connected with travellers, because such a tent is thought ugly, and now permit it far utrlier collection, an-1 that, in di- rect violation oi' the tin.- bylaw, re- quiring- thax no temporary structure wood or canvas he erected within ihe fire limits? Why should such shows not be compelled to find 1 ground for theinswlves? Why tonus them by letting thorn use a. site where they drain the town of i'.vice as much cash .as they could do n placed somewhere en th-.- outskirts'? Many cities, e. g. Montreal, allow ihi'Si- shows 10 remain two days at most. Why should suffer 'his show for a Whut good such shows They have all sorts of ik-vices for extracting -money th? unwary. Apart from a paltry Inquired I-iiid for license, they give in return? At present he sch'.ol chil- dren hoi ;'iavs. They arc nat- ui-ally cirawn TO-J show. What sort, of language nrp they likely hear? .sti-n 10 the comments letter Jn- anyone of. the circus th-n- chance to _ read- t.hen jiidge for him-. .self. .Just now the weather is per-> ;foct. the and the river-boL- i tnms at their best. How will we get the more part in j i active games out of. 'doors, or by pok ing in and around the tents that now adorn or disfigure the Could j the allurements oi the show be fairly i j described by the poem of the spider i and the flv? vilijgv bl.'.c'-'smi'.h woi-Id's record last fal'in-' tv.-o-thirds of a mil' in ii r'ying is ju'eparing for trains liight next and'if some way is not i.o him his fierfo.'-r.ianre prota'.-'y wiil he w.t- r.ossetl liy p. larger ..-rowd (Aer aeritii ovi'-nt >ince av. iatfon a popular sport. liis recent from sudrifn rleath 'after a tumble of three thous- started and hundred rVnt has own. unusual interest all through the we-t and it is now planned to run excur- from ixjints hundre distant on the day cf his to six months ago Soix-inson as the brst blacksmith in this part of ytate. "j'hon he heard the of the began studying '-drawings of aeroplanes and to make a machine of his EXSHAW CEMENT, BUILDING PAPER, Etc. V I "Won't you walk into ray parlor" i Said the spider to the fly. j i Would it be correct to say of those j I who spend their savings there, "A j j fool and his money axe soon j Who i? to pay for the -damage to i the square? And who is to clean up j the mess? i i Such questions are interesting and [not out of place. Hence the enquiry j Yours truly, I "A Souare Deal." The Biggest and Best Stock in Alberta berta Lumber Go. LIMITKO Lethbridge New Dayton Magrath o City Yard scDfh of Ellison's Mill We are always glad to furaisli estimates it is a full grown warthog. There are Headquarters for OFFICE: Room 3, Ott Block Phone. ISO Place Your Orders for WITH.... JUS. HUME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 i Xew York. -June deni- very i 7.cn of !.he African jungle captured by tame, -making- friends with the crew former president Roosevelt and son of the Fanonia. on the voyage across i has arrived 'in this city. This time the ocean. it Twin SkyScrnpers to Go Up in York Nev FLOORS TABLES OIL CLOTHS AND ALL It is announced tha.t the New York Central and the Xew York, New Ha- Pekin, July to the j ven Hartford railroads have con- British legation detail the murder in traded to erect twin 12-story oflice Ivan-sur province of a Sikh attache buildings, adjoining the new to the exploration party headed Grand Central station, in Lieutenant Robert of Xew I New York City. Both buildings have York. Lieutenant Clark is a stepson been leased in Merchants Manufac- of Bishop Potter. He left Pekin sev- eral months ago for frontier explor- ation with a large caravan, includ- ing several Sikhs detailed by the British Military Information Bureau. One separated from the party be- cause he was involved in trouble with natives and tras killed. The character of the trouble is not known. The rest of the party are safe and apparently ,in no danger. Lieutenant Robert S. Clark, reput- K! to be the wealthiest man in tho American army, resigned his commis- sion as first lieutenant in the Ninth j Infantry in July, 1905. While in the i infantry service on duty at the Ad- jutant General's office, in Washing- ton, Lieutenant Clark entci'tained lavishly, giving one ball which was said to have cost The flow- ers used were reported" to have cost more than his yearly salary. He pos- sessed a great collection of auto- mobiles and fme horses. Tlis shav3 Of the Alfred Corning Clark estito was estimated at and j he- maintained pajatial bachelor quar j tors' in the capital. For some tirr.o i he was with the American ic jalion guard in Pekin. turer.s 'Exchange for a term of years jat a rent'ai of The pri- mary object of the Merchants Man uiacturc-rs Kxchangc? will be to pro- iviic manufacturers of this country P'uropo a centralized sales- room. Ring Up 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and jf satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE: i Whc-n using comstarch arrow- root for thickening, always wet it well with cold n-.ilk or water before stirring into the hot liquid. BELL'S The Original The bat fumh for tH b'eds It the wtunl train. By tlw Crenad color lundsame en be obuincd on old oiinicd In Stock and for Sale by TAFFOR.D ACNEW CO. If YMI live out of town write us" Get our PRICES on Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying el -ewhere We have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'e goods in stock I OLIVER'S MMUFICTURIKG COMNNY Office and Factory cor. IOBII mm STREETS Telephone 15H YrtSmthSt 195 ;