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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 27, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald VOLUME 2 LETHBRIDGE. AiiiBTA. THUBSDAY. JUNE 27. 1907. TkcStoN of Qmlity. McKelvie Sd McGuire Satitfaetioii INVICTUS SHOES -manufactubed by- GEO. A. SLATER The blending of the best in leather and workmanship combined withparfect fitting lasts and patterns is THE REASON WHY INVICTUS SHOES are recognized as leaders in high grade stylish foot covering. Q r.son has little to say. "I am not troubUag about it at all." he said, "ffhen Ahe court ruled that any paper coutd publish what it liked about public men so long as it belioved what it published, I decide>d not to bother;- I have no further interest in wlUkt they are doing in Fred ricton. It is Just lilie'butting your head against a stone wall. I am satisfied �c> War as the ppelimilnory examtamtlons IS concerned for they certainly lalled to prove the ridiculous charge tliat T was ejected from an hUel �MlikKtwo wonien of ill re-put*. I atn;�i|lling to .l^ave it to the public to whether or not 1 am gttiHy.'f 1^ Found Dcftd itk Bed. Morgwret Oihb of Raymond a fourteen year eld girl, the sister of the cook at the Kllison Milling Co. construction gang, who was assisting her brother hero, was found dead in bod on Saturday moiiiing. Coroniir H'iginhotlram was called to t.Jie  -ene and Dr. McNally vas already i i attendance. I't was decided thut was unnecessary as it '.�as clearly a case of h^art failur.*. It seems that a year ago the l.'cttc girl had suffered attacks of typho.d fev,.r and diphtheria and as a r^-sutt her heart was greatly weakeuiNl. She had been apparently in good health having l)een playing around until half past nine the evening before. No intimation of her sudden death was received until her brother tried tc call her in the morning. The body was only sightly warm when the brother found her and she had evidently been dead for several hours. The deceased was a daughter of Thos. (iibbs of Magrath, and her sudden death has cast a gloom over the communities whei� she was well known. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Crop Proiikfctt. The present hot weather following tha rainfall of last week mnkesideat Wtmther for the crops. Tiviveliers over the country from the Bowi Riv-to the boundary say that the crops now far excel those of any other jyear aT this iieriod. Notwithstanding the backward spring, the crops are now as far advance*! as in any other, year at this time, with steady warm weather from now on, the crops will bo such as have never Iwfnre been harvested in the Canadian West. HEAD OFFICE. TOBONTO ESTABLISHED 1867 B. B. WALKES, Prisidut ALEX. LAIKD. Gantral llaaa|�r A. B. IRBLAMO, Suptristaadent of BrsBctes Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5,000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,000 BANK MONEY ORDERS 87 WtUn AT THC roU-OWISa rates 1 $S and undvr................. ..... 3 ctnta Ovtr $S and not asccading $10...... S ctnta " $10 " " $30...... 10 canta $30 " " $90...... 19 cants - Thtsa Ordan ara payable at par at any oflTce in Canada of a Chaitarad Banli (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking points In the United States. They are nagotiabta at $4.90 to the � sterling in Great Briuin and Ireland. ima of monejf with Mt... ' at any offict of the Bank Thay Ibrat an esccUent method of remitting amall sums of money with safety aad St amaU cost, and may ba obtaiatd without delay BRANCHBt m MMKRTA CALC.ARV LEAVINGS lUNTON STAVBLV CLARESHOLM LETIIBRIOCB PINCHBR CREEK STRATHCONA EDMONTON MACLEOD PONOKA HIGH RIVER MEPiCINE HAT f�SI) DEER INMSFAIL VECREVILLE VERMILION WETASKIWIN LETHBRIDOE BRANCH 25.000 Clob Oflieta. The special committee of the 25,-000 Club including Messrs. Nimmons fotteson and Pete^Qja, met on Monday night and will recammetid to the club that the offices of Eakln and Matthews be used as the Club headquarters and that an electric sign be placed there to lead the stranger public to the sccr�>tary. The same evening the ptvblicity conunittee made arrangements for the advertising of the Street Car -nival on .luly Stfa to 13th. (Speel'ai, to the Herald.) Olmofiton,. . June 27.-Liothbridge tied EMmottton again last night, bat if the Mineralha-er-assesHod only tWenty-flve pi>i*cenl. The CdUi-t of Revision' .-v-tt'i.'d the appe�ls against the^.-s>ols. C. G. K. NOURSB. MANAOBR A Chftoec for Uthbridf�. (S|)ecial to the Herald). EJdmonton. .lune 27.-Senator Tal -bot is leading an agitation to have the Provincial Agricultural College locatod at a different place than the provincial university. Hie argues that it is to the interest of the ag -ricultural college that it should be located away from the university. Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Ca^lalflll MM ...................SU.NI.IN RcssrvedFaad...................... II,IW.�W Balaacc Profit aa4 Lass.............. MS.IS9 Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: atOHT mom. t.ORD STBATaoOMA AMD MOUNT aOYAL, q. o. M. 0. VICE-PREBIDSKT: HOM. sia saoaaa a. DaoMMOHn. k. o. h. o. a. s. obousTOM. anasAi. rANAoia Branonas and Agencies at aU tlteprincipal points in Canada Also ill London, Englai d., Naw York, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland Travellars' Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parte of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drsfts sold svaltsbia at til polattln Uaited Stktei, Burope land Caoada Interest altewefl on deposits el current ratea Lethbridge Branch - mJ r. r. bceve neter GcABrottt Offer. Rev. n. ,T Coulter White writes from I^mdon that he will sail on .lune 28th. He has olTcrod to cancel the debt of $2,000 f.n the Baptist Tivlwrnacle here if the congregation raises $1,000 by Aug. 1.5th. They now ha\'e $4100 which means that $400 must be raisc