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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBrslDGt, ALBERTA, TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 1909. Is Th INTERESTING BANK SITUATION Prospect in the of New Grain Route to Eurone Another Sunshine Feature RiNGS DEATH KNELL OF CURBSTONE BROKER! int. ii fi'Mii :M) IVst hist SENT ON AHEAD! of his in a box. Girl and wmfii are n of financing and market.- An importuiti question is: j will it affect Yauo'uver? In deciri- -jing it ir to b" i that Vancouver's position will In- different from that of Fort William or Port Arthur, in one sense Van- i Rochon's Kandy Kitchen Confectioners ai'd Ice Cream Specialists The Model i Restaurant t 4i> 4f 4f 4o 4; 4c 4 Appeals to everybody by its Excellent Menu and ought to claim the patronage of all Union Men As it is run on strictly union principles Rooms in connection John PROPRIETO'E Did yon ever see what the Menu Card at v.on- j c will have the charncu-r of: J Fort William and Montreal wiled in- it') one, in that it is an ocean port i and will be a great transhipping t.-r- i miual within easy distance oi the wheat fields as well. This dual pacity of Vancouver should minister very importantly to its growth and development, as there will be a great. deal of new commerce and trafficking! of one kind and another to be handled just as soon as the tide begins to run strongly in that direction. For one tiling there will be an op- portunity for the Vancouver banks to participate in a certain line of business to which they are well-nigh complete strangers at present. Al- ready the C. P. R. 1S said to have made arrangements for building a large elevator at Vancouver similar to it has in Fort William. If the trade develops in importance, as people are expecting it to develop, this structure will be followed ulti- mately by others. With the begin- ning of an important movement that way of Alberta wheat the Winnipeg and eastern grain firms desiring to retain or extend their connection with the western fields, are certain to es- tablish offices or agencies in Van- couver: and the accounts of thesf representatives would furnish the new banking business referred to. Judging by the strenuous manner in which the banks now compete for the good grain accounts in Winnipeg, Montreal and Toronto, there will be something of a scramble for the busi- ness in Vancouver. Canadian Bank Branches in Mexico As tin; bulk of the ex-purl will go; to Liverpool to some other Euro-1 This is an entirely new idea, and will espe- cially interest people who reside in natural gas districts. The gas ring- takes the place of the lower Sunshine fire-pot, thus making it possible to burn in your furnace without inconvenience. Such is not possible in a, furnace where the or dinary gas log is inserted; for, should the gas give out, a coal or wood fire could not be started until the gas pipes were disconnected. To provide against sweating in the summer time, Sunshine Furnace .is equipped with a nickelled steel radiator and dome. All bolts and rivets are nickelled, all rods copper-plated. This special treatment, be- sides meaning quicker and greater radiation froti the radiator and dome than cold chill iron could possibly give, acts as protection for the bolts, rivets and rods from inroads of gas. When cast iron comes in contact with our nickelled it is coated with our special Anti-Rust treatment, which prevents the slightest possibility of rust commencing anywhere in Sunshine Furnace. The Gas Ring Edmonton Real Sstate Brokers form) Alliance for Protection of the I Realty Business i CLtAN HEAT int 13. on, June 7.--The the "curbstone" is ]i! tile 11 of Heal which will c nee u.- an orgnnixatkm on and of which real in thi; signed up as mem- 07 CANADA Head Office, QUEBEC. 8 McCIaryJ> The HICK HARDWARE CO. LOCAL AGENTS LYCEUM UND constinuion of the IHW ex- j i change will prohibit splitting j jtiie c on sales made by: 'members, save in the of their i own This practically _ i puts the lid on all curbstone trades J i as far as the exchange members; jar.' concerned. The of cimrnis-J sioa are fixed ia the by-laws which j not yet been adopted by mem-! ber> in entire f >rm. j I As set out in the opening clauses j of the constitution, the exchange j has been organized with the object- I of placing the real estate business in the city on a sound and syste- CapUal Paw-cp May 31st iyoo. 1905. Feb. 27th 190'J, Deposits May 31st 1895, Feb. 27tb April 3rd 1900, 1900, 1909, Comparative Figures For Fifteen Years Reserve and Dndfcided Frtflts May 31st 1895, 1900, 1905, Feb. 27th 1909, Total Assets May 31st 1895, f 1900, 1905, Nov. 30th 1908, Mar. 31st 1909, LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager. R NEW MANAGiE- proivssional career extended over a matic footing, ensure exclusive list- WENT i pt-ri'id of syven eight years. About j jor the broker, and to Generally D. May Assumed Control o'; Popular P.layhouse Yesterday Tiie Lyceum Theatre which has been ably managed by Mr. Fred- erick W. Brown has been leased and fr says r Did you ever see how the waitresses and cooks carry out the instruc- tions on the Menu Card TryiU f-jur years -go he took a few months} the brokers and the holidays and went to Chicago in the i am] seners. interests of a well known theatrical! The oi property is regis- firai and successfully piloted a com-j tcred in such manner that a pro- pany of thirty-five through j pyrtj owner> jf he -lists property thv Territories, as business manager j with" one member of the exchange and advance agent. His experience j will ensured Of a listing with every other member of the exchange preparing! tho present trouble of vis- of the largest at- ever been pro-1 Canada. Among! [will be of great asistano? in conduct- the Lyceum. He is i bookings for s.'mo j that hav in Western hinp every broker in tunlj and them in turn, in. of' a dale of the propert.y. The Patented Sectional Houses Manufactured in Vancouver, B C., of the very best Kiln- dried Lumber, in latest de- sir us. Prospective builders wculd do well to write me before deciding on a house S. A. Spencer AGENT and BUILDER, MACLEOD j those already booked are such com-; monwni u property is listed with a 'panics "The Boston Ens- niember cf tjie exchangef the partic- ulars are turned in to the clerk, who immediately lists it with the other members. The president of the new ex- change is S. H. Smith, of the West- ern Sealtv and the secretary is i lis.h Grand Opera i "The Snow '''The Isle oi j -nd "Black Patti's Trmbad-: .'..'.iv." other large attractions! arranging for time through the i Wi-si and if they are successful will j ir at '.lie Lyceum. H. Milton Martin. fee of en- tainments will: trance up till June 15th is after vaudeville entrrtaj line as hnv.o-: that date the. fee will be __.______________ D. MAY, Lessee of the Lvceur The Menu at The Alberta Restaurant is as extensive as any in the city. Open day and night. Everything in season. tin: r.t'w 'Monday night. Mr. D. May, thi: new lie no introduction to th.- Lethbri Jge public. For the pust two years :ind six months lie been agent of Domini'.'n Express Company in thi.- city. He has been wi.h this c m- pariy for nine years and i.; in t everj- city and town Montreal and Toronto to Vancjuver. His res- nation was no doubt a surprise t Mr' May JS by means i 'sPric? on the pean port, the probability i< that the went exchange purchased will be mostly sterling. There may be considerable shipments to other part? of the world as the Orient, the South Seas, and South Africa. With regard to the shipments to Europe there is one in- teresting point which is not exacdy clear, viz., whether bills of exchange with the documents carrying title to a cargo of wheat could be made to finance the shipment right through from Vancouver to Liverpool. i i T j 7 ic fni-.-iiirai i i the officials, who had intimated tneir is unolved transhipment across t- i T. j intention of transfernns nm to some ico by lail, and shipment to Liver-' pool by another vessel. Apparently that would make the transaction somewhat, complicated, and it might be necessary to provide'for financing at the Mexican ports where the doc-j uments are changed. If so it 'is al- j together likely that Canadian bank' branches would be established in the Mexican ports giving rise to the fin an-! cial business. Of course there would be no neces-1 sity for further outside financing if a -vessel could load at Vancouver di- rect for Liverpool. That will be the case when the Panama canal opens i for business, which event, however.! for.seceral years to come.! !i nn the sa i'.f Th-.1 ret; v.-hich will :iv- direct through the Empire As'-iK'V :and ai'o the best thdt can bo secured. They only appear in three cities in Canada, coming direct from Chicr.go to Calgary. From Calgary they e... IM Edmonton, and Lethbridge .jn their return to the Stales. In this. w-v weeks from leaving Chicu- Salvation Army band, marched them hi Lethbridpe. Wheii we "e-aix.e the enormous expense of 1-n- jumps, and the enterprise of th- in-Tnairer in securing large city members, of the order. ar-nctiou- for the Lyceum we cannot help' pi-dieting a FERNIE ODDFELLOWS DZCORATE GRAVES Feruie, June I. 0. 0. F. lodge turned out in large numbers this afternoon, and headed by the to the City oi the Silent Majority and went through the beautiful ceremony of decorating the graves of deceased j a novice in u: For some years of a large company touring E: Canada and the United States. DYNAMITE EXPLODED A LONG HUNTING TRIP Seattle, June Hans von Kadich and Leo Mayler. oi Vien- na, left here last night for Vancou- ver to prepare the steamer Transit, which has been chartered by Rudolph p. Von Guttman, a wealthy coal op- erator of Vienna, ior a four months' hunting expedition to Alaska and Si- beria. Cobalt, Ont., June a case of dynamite went off on one of the j main streets of the town. The dy- j namite was in the bottom of a tool j box and in some manner a fire got into the box. The workman were i warned and just got out of the build-! ing in which they were working when i the explosion occurred. No one was j hurt. i Rev. H. K. Grant, pastor of the brilliant success; Presbyterion church here, and chair- May in h's new new man of the conciliation board, which M- not by any means re-; is endeavoring to bring about a set- ti-V" '-mi the amusement arena. Atjtlement of the differences existing be- he is busy completing arrange! tween the mine workers and operat- for a