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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Jiily 30, 1012 LETHBKIDGE DAILY HEKALD OF COMMERCE Srii KDMUNU C.V.O.. D.C.L., I'realdeiil ALEXANOEH I.AIHU JltilN AIKU Gi-ntrul Mummer -f AmilHUnt General CAPITAL, REST, 1 TOURISTS AND Tho.Canadian Bank of Commerce, by rea son of its largo- number of branches in every, Province. pf.Cunadn, with direct representation York, San Francisco, Seattle, Portlnnd, Ore., and St. John's Nfld., with Agents and CprrL'Spondems in every part of the world, able to offer unsurpassed facilities to the travelling enabling them ttf obtain money in the simplest, way n't any point on their journey the world over. Travellers' Cheques and Letters pf Credit issued by tiUs Dank overcome the annoying diffici of obtaining funds .abroad, in places whore Identification is difficult. Cheques and Drafts on all the of tho world, drawn In sterling, francs, marks, lire, kronen, etc., can be cashed or p urcliased at reasonable rates. Lcthbridge Branch C Mgr, (JAJMTAL INCORPORATED 1832 FUNb'' TOTAL ASHEte OtOBil 100 Blanches m G'.'iruula, JSTewl'oundlaud ami the West TndiOB; also in Bostou, New Yorluaiul Chicago A GENERAL BANKINlCi BUSINESS in connection with there Is a BANK DEPARTMENT Inteiost allowed on deposits ot upwards at the highest cuirent rate A'- branch' 'of this old hank lias' been opened' ill the Hull liloclc, Lethhridge, mid solicits the accounts of firms and la- dividuals on favorable terras. E. -F.r LETHBRIDOE- BRANCH THEMOLSONSBANK 1855 Kccoi'd of Progress for Five 1906 _ 1911 Capital Reserve ___i-----'.. Deposits .1 Loans Investments Total Assets Has S3 Branches !rr Canada, and Agents and Correspondent! In all the Principal Cities in the World A GENEHAL'BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED SAVINGS; BANK DEPARTMENT at all branches.. Interest allowed at highest" current rate. Lethbridge. Branch. Manager .DEFEATED, BY-ONE ONE VOTES Calgaiy, 7nlj ia margin of one-third votes 'out of a total 'of 161 cast, a ..by-law appropriating f to the conghnictioi of the Timch-'needed new water 'mains, was defe-xted today The other bj laws establishing a police patrol signal tern making wo-th of to tlie elective light system and paving subway, carried by narrow margins Hector iineman, touched a live wire at Bi-antfofd and was elec- i 11 ted Lethbridge; Monumental and Cut Stone Works JSIMFSON AN 19 NEEDS, Props Importers of [Scotch Granite Itli SI, S. Ave, Lethbridge. YOU WILL 0V OUR) PRICES CATTLE SUPPLY FALLING OFF GOVERNMENT AND RAILWAY OF- FICIALS MEET Tp DIS- CUSS QUESTION Winnipeg, July important meeting was held at the C. P. depot this -morning to discuss the alarming diminution in the cattle industry in the four western provinces, and if possible to devise moans.by which tbe farmers 'may be induced to take up this neg- .leoted branch. The press was exclud- ed The. meeting was called by the in- dustrial department of.the C.P.R., and .was; attended by the Hon. Duncan Hon. -.Mr. Lawrence, Div Rutherford, DivBell; Messrs. Mc len and Dennis, of the C.P.R., Calgary, J. Cochrane Smith and T-T.: B. Arkell, who attended for the Hon. Martin Bui rell. STORM EXPOSES -OLD GATEWAY Winnipeg. .Inly severe storm of Saturday laid bare to the eyes one of- the historic landmarks of in the underground gate- way oC old Fort Garry which now may be seen at. the., foot of Main street, just beyond the N: H. bridge over the Aaslnaboine. The rain struck the ground with such force that it has opened a hoto about twenty feet deep and ten feet wide. The gate- way is clearly to: be seen and also th'a solid stonework of. the wall. The bank of -the river has, been filled in as the gateway is now some distance from the river, in fact nearly thirty foot, while It wan formerly right on tho bank. It is claimed that by .this flecref. gate Thomas Scott made good Is escape from the Fort-In 1870. MOULDING SHOP DESTROYED Amliersl, N, S.. .July ing shop of tho Hobb.Engineering Co., was destroyed by (ire loniftht. PETITION TO SUBMIT BYLAW PINCHER CREEK RATEPAYERS FAVOR NEW EX- PLOIT OIL FIELDS Pincher Creek, July usual formal petition was circulated throughout the town today asking the council to again submit tlie town' hall bylaw to the.burgesses for their approval. The quashing ot the ori- ginal bylaw does not seem to; have had the effect of putting a .damper pu the enterprise or enthusiasm of the aldermen, tor, according to the peti- tion circulated (which, by the way was sent around town.lor signatures at the instances of the aldermen, tlie ratepayers are to lw asked to-authorise the expenditure of some thirty .thousand dollars lo. build and equip a municipal building and five hall combined. The amount of the priginal bylaw was only, twenty-live thousand doll.us .Judging bj talK on the street, it vuis at firbt appaieat that to increase' the amount stipu- lated original bylaw would spell certain defeat'ii the" ratepayers wen, again calloU upon to cast A vote on tlie question But under tht new Towns Act, taking 'into consideration; tbe total number, of. names on the roll, something like a hundred and thirty signatures would he necessary on the petition before the council could legally commence action along the line of submitting a new bylaw Your correspondent understands that number .of signatures as secured without iinj trouble whatever, and if person gets put and votes 'or tho bylaw, it will almost certain- y pass. In any case, however, it.is conceded to lie practically impossible :o erect the new town hall this year now. and there are mauv who think ,hc council might very wisely 'nave ,he whole question over till next spring II II Forward, of the Pincher Jreek Harness and Saddlery C'om- denies the riport that he is about to sever his connection .with the above company and remove ;to The fine, warm weather continues ind as a result the There is> considerable U'1 hanesting machinery, and haying also will be in lull siung n a day 01 iv. o Af> far as the nospectb for having and hanesting re concerned, farmers appear .toibo ntirelj satisfied But not so con ernmg the transportation pioblerri 'If the railways cannot keep the supplied .with cars now will happen tbe bumper rop is ready for is qucrv one IILUS on all udes Mr Buckingham, of Vancouvei, ias been m town foi a lev, days mak- ng propirations to out to 1hc South Fork oil fields. Mr. Bucking- am represents a company which has done.. .considerable .develop- ment work in the locality referred.'to, and recent1 activities in the.Ufstrict west of Okotoks has douhtless caus- ed these men-to again resume opera- tions. A number of land seekers from Cal- gary were in Pincher Creek over Suh- da) understand look- ing for investments. It seems rather odd to see a stranger in onr midst who is not" floating some kind of !a proposition REBUILDING THE ELCAN TIPPLE COAL-MINE WILL RESUME WORK IN PARTY AT COALDALE Coal City, July work rot dealing the tipple of the El can coal miner is still in is hoped that the mine will he ready for work in August. Mr. Wark is leaving here for Cal- gary, having been appointed.manager of the mine owned by the Newcastle Mining Co. ,T. Herforrf, passing an examination ia Lethhridge, has secured the Pit Boss Certificate upon which he is to. he congratulated. Mr. I'nrkcs is now convalescent, but we are sorrv to hear that Mrs. Bart- Intt is sufiering from typhoid foyer Her condiiion, however, is not scri ous, and we liopc her recovery will be speedy Considering the many inconvenienc- es there was a good attendance -at the Methodist service on Sundav ev- ening. The subject was "The Law.'of' and was -attentively listened 'o. On Friday evening the lawn social in aid of the Mothosist parsonage) held. Sports commenced at. fi.30 in which almost, all the children in town took pnrf. Mr. Knirwcathcr nngcd I lit aiid Mr. Piu'kcs It Pays to Paint Paint thelHoof every thins paintubfij. it protects ami nrovontb uticuy. Paint in not an .oxpdnse, it's an investment for profit. The profit is the extra yoaru1 wear it atlda to the Ufo ot yourbarDS.shodB.outbuildiiiL'H, roofs, fences, -gates, etc. Un- pftlnted they soon boein toshow eifnis ol pamtou aau re- painted with Qarn9 Roof and Elevator Paint tlio> last and serre you for: ears and for disorderly conduct. A paiade of sinking C N. R. coal dock laborers which was directed by Jadison Hicks, :a labor, was leld in. ihe late .afternoon and at..7 t'clock, pickets were placed at the C V R. crossing1 near the coal docks Thres picktta interfered men attempting to go to work A of eveial hundred quickly gathered and Chief Sergeant Burleight, and two constables went to' the rescue, 'he attempt of the officers to arrest me of the pickets the signal for be production of clubs, fell ast and the Hrst man taken oy the ifflcers rescued by his comrades When the Chief -of Police ow, a desperate struggle enaued, the police, fighting over Some one pulled a gun, and as if bj magic, they appeared m all ha-nds firing was sharp and went the assailant ot the Chief of Police with several bullots in his body Ah-, other-foreigner was itretched.out.'.but was borne by his' comrades to woods which aurround the houtea of the foreignerB quite close by. Constable Peteison was given e, dee- peiate beating by a big burly ..chip with a three foot club, but the foreign- er wab In turn knocked down by Con- stable Thurlow The ambulance was sent for, one of the badly wounded foreigners yent to the hospital -under police guard while the wounded themselves took the street ear to go up town for repairs. Tbe Port Arthui Cit> council ses- aJon adjourned on hearing of trouble.and advised the Mayor, to call out the Ninety Sixth. Refiment If the situation warranted. All was quiet soon, though several hundred foreign ers were hanging around the of'' tho trouble and It was expected that i-n any person attempting to go work, loiting would break out afresU. The Ninety Sixth Regiment was called out as a precautionary method It is said the Chief of Police, Air. McLen- nan may not recover. Two hundred men In the of the Canadian Northern coal and ore dock, quit work without demonstration yeatei day afternoon They declared a strike on account of their failure to get an increase in wages of about five' cents an hour from the award of--a board of conctllUUlou which made Its report last Tveek. The board consist- ed of Judge McKay, G. F. and Fred TJrry, The firat two Hitmen reporter against any increase oyer' the rates which averaged about (25 cents per hour. TO DISSOLVE PARLIAMENT' Constantinople, July 29. previously appointed miniiter of fi- nance, accepted the portfolio "of miiu ifeter of interior, which TV declined by Perld PaeUa, man Pasha tmcieedb to J of nuance while Fend Pasha bM appointed president of Jhe a result of the prolonged the cabinet has decided to parliament by legal meane. Chatham, Ont., July and footsore after walking fifty miles from Windsor, Mrs. Turner, aged 50, hobbled into Chatham this morn- ng on tho way to Hamilton, .where, a daughter U dangerously ill. She had only twelve cents in her pocket and had undertaken to tramp the entire distance. Chief of Police Holmes ae- cured her a Taiiroad pass' as far as Londou. FARMERS JUST A MINUTE! Here's a chance to buy that new wagon J'all nl ACTUAL WHOLE- SALE COST. Daily a dozen lofi. Read this list and uiil] next time you are in town. FISH WAGOtfS 1 in. in.-tire, cast skein, 2S. in. box and seat 3 In. arm, 3 in. tire, cast skelu, 2S in. box and seat 1 3% in. arm, 3 In. lire, steel skein, 28 in. box and seat Sir extra 28 inch wagon boxes and seats, each TUDHOPE WAGONS skein, 28 in. box and sent J88.00 n. aim, ncl rn. see se. four cxtrn 28 in. boxes at S24.00 each, brakes 510.00 extra We have also a flue stock of Mclaughlin Democrats in four styles and sizes. These aWMterllng riga, None better and fcw-'.M good. Hyde and Saunders Warehouse and office, cor, 2nd Ave. E. and 12th "A" P. O. Box 112 TELEPHONE 1244 ;