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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAlLY HERALD, SATURDAY, JUtY 17, ItOI. OF CANADA Capital Kest ini Hi- divided Prottts Exceei Protect Your Savtafls Hard earned savings disappear quickly in speculation. Large profits carry with them heavy risks of total loss. It to be satisfied with the absolute security for both Principal and Interest afforded by this strong Bank. A Savings Account may Ix1 started a Deposit ol or upwards, on which "Interest will be paid at highest current rate. We will welcome your r.ccount, whether large or small. Lethbridge R. Anderson, Manager. Stirling F. Manager. the DAD'S Mayors SM O Established 1855 Capital (Paid Up) Reserve Fund HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL 68 BRANCHES IN CANADA U.S. Exchange Bought and Sold at Lowest Rates Accounts of All Kinds Carried upon Favorable Terms SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of rl aud upwards received. Interest allowed from of de-jo.-- c at highest rates Lethbridge Br nchr Radpalh S. K. D. JOHNSON, Manager I guess Dad will be pretty careful about circus on the square again. If ever the people of this peaceful burg got up on their hind-legs over anything' it was over i that. And obey arf right. The pub-' I lie square is no place fur any such outfit as that. Putting it there is contrary to the building by-law, the! fire by-law, the streets find boulev fd j by-law, the moral law and the -laws i of common sense and fair play. It's i a darned outrage and will not pou again. Of' course, it's too late j i now u> roar about things that, are j done and I have been kicking j that 1 forgot to jack Dud up' about it when it vlvOi-. But by, tii.- irreai- ?p on that my grand-! father himself with. I'll uoi for-. it next time if is any next time. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE OFFICE. TOfcOHTO K. WALKXS, FfMidtnt LUKD, ESTABLISHED IM? Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fond, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES The new Travellers' Cheques recently issued by this Bank.are a most ba which to carry money wben travelling. They are ntsned in at and the -exact matoant payable in Aostrim, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Great BriUin, Holland, Italy f Norway, Russia, Sweden Switzerland is stated oo the ace of each dbcqtss, io other countries tKj are payable mt cimieut rarcs. Tlut cbeqoes li'ifrnmitHm refwdhiy tbem 0127 be obtained at every office rf the Bank. Unlike the old-time over-tlic-Kcad shirts, this, easy -to-sret-into (and out of) shirt wilt make dressing- a pleasure and will fit far snugger besides. You will never know real Shirt comfort until you buy a Negligee Coat Shirt Open all the way down the launders better lasts longer doesn't pucker at the yet costs not a bit more if you lasisi Dpon Getting tbis Brand. Tlu-rt1 are always people who an- anxious to get after s-'me one that cunnor to find out the of TII- thing they aiv talking about, i This week some parties who have it j hi for the city engineer happened i around the new standpipe and saw i ?f'ine check? in the cement and i straightway got tho idea that the j whole dara business was going to collapse and drown out that section of the city and wash away a whole great big bunch of the city's good money. j .The schooV board will ask Premier j Rutherford to" lay the corner stone the new public school. j The crop? of New York ar? in an alarmincr condition the result of lack of rain nnd a material shrinkjurc has noted according to the stnte horticutnirnlisl. ANGAY Section 32--Township 13-Range 23--W. 4 The Terminus of Construction for 1909 of the C.P.R. Lethhridge-AldersYde Branch lots at this point will be pred for Sale at Public luction on the Townsite on J U at 10 a.m. This Townsite is surrounded by the cream of the Alberta Winter Wheat district, has extensive deposits of coal and sandstone near at hand, and offers exceptional attractions to home-builders on account of its sanitary and picturesque location overlooking the Little Bow River, and must ne- cessarily become. The most important point between Lethbridge and Calgary For plans, upset prices of lots and terms of sale apply to C W. Carman, Carmangay W. Toole, Calgary; Milnes Noble, Claresholm; or to C. P. R. Land Department, Winnipeg F. T. GRIFFIN, Land Commissioner L. DOUPE, Asst. Land Commissioner Lots hi the Townsite of" Barons on E.. will'be offered for saleori the following day p. i fla i v ;