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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ALTA, Fill DAY, MARCH Jfl, IM. Styles 120. Serge Suits We want to emphasize the fact, right at the start, that these Suits have no equals in Canada at the price. We guarantee the color just as we guarantee every thread of the cloth and every stitch of the r MOVING LPlCTURES. ADVANCED rt; 1. Brothers In Arms 2. Boarding House Acquaintances 3. Smells of Smoke "I'm Afraid To Go Home In the Dark" Prices I5c and 25c. .1. Prof. Wallace and hie trained Cockatoos 2. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wells in their comedy success "A Personal Ad" CONTINUOUS PEBFOKMANCE INTERESTING LECTURE TONIGHT At Oliver's Hall" this evening Mr. A. Knechtel will lecture on 'Our For- est Interest." Mr. Knechtel has been sent out by the Departrneut of the Interior for this purpose. For ft number of years Mr. Knechtel held an important position in the Forest-j ry branch of the United States, and i has .travelled having! I visited all the big forests of Europe. In this lecture Mr. Knechtel will .use over 100 slides. Some of these slides r are reproductions from a collection (of seven photographs of autumn i leaves, which cost for coloring I alone. Mr. Knechtel is going to give j information, regarding the best roetii- ods for use in Lethbridge. In oon_ I nection with growing trees in our park and on our boulevards, which is a question, that every citizen in ethbrklge should be vitally interest- ed in. McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbridge. BIG EXPLOSION AT WALLACE To the Electors Of the City TO THE ELECTORS OF THE ELECTORAL DIVISION OF LETHBRIDGE CITY. As a candidate seeking your votes at this election, it is proper that you should be well advised of ray opinion on public matters, in so far as this space will permit me to advance them. At the outset let me-say that I do not propose to inflict you with a self- written introduction Many of you have known me in this city for the past eight years, and are as fully .acquainted with my acts as a that I am myself; and of my acts and my solicitude advancement76f this city and the leave you to judge.. I cannot rbelieve that it is the iionest opinion of any voter, that if elected as your representative, my actions would be other than unceasing in ad- vancing the interests of this city division as largely and .rapidly in every way as my ability would enable it to be done. My home is here, what resources I have are here, and what ability I may have is at your disposal. Do not; believe .that my election means an or stupid opposi- tion in the Alberta Assembly to all'Government measures either :past or to come, because they happen-to be fathered by a Liberal Government. It is not true. I believe I am as broad, minded as and aL legislation will have my support, or according: as '.I-believe it to be good or bad business for the. people whom arid this whether' it is a Liberal or Conservative Government that administers the affairs of the For example, the word Railways, at the present time spells a great need of the Province at large; and particularly of the city of, Lethbridge. Let me. say .therefore, that present, or any Government, will as- sistance from me. to a rapid completion, every, foot of Railway pro- jected today by the Liberal Government. We must have them, and-more of them; but I do believe that in granting such valuable :franchise6, the legislation should be carefully considered'.--before finally passed. As to the present-project of and ;the Charters granted, I be- lieve, that-the Government should have demanded in the interests of the a larger control of the proposed railways-.and their operation; more particularly because the. Board of JRailway Commis- Bibners. for Canada, no -jurisdiction -over' Provincial Railways. These railways, will be built upon the credit "of the people of Alberta, and we are assuming the liability of their construction, and jtf I. had been. in the Assembly, have 'demanded protection for the-Municipalities throughout Alberta, so that no railway company could possibly hold up the rate-payers of any municipality, by for grants of.money or exemp- tipna'from taxation, ,as the for entering; such mnnicipality. You know, that this is theimpolicy companies taking large sums of money and getting large as the price of their eiiterihg a municipality, taken place in this rand every othier. Canadian Province. J 1-I would have-used every effort; to elirninate-from every, railway charter, all words that allowed to the railway aompany any choice as to whether it should, or- 'should not, build into :.such cities as because I believe that there should be no option, and that they: should be compelled, under the present to build into rQunicipalities: of this -size and" character without being allowed to bargain with us. to do so. the railway legislation is nowran Act of: this pro-, vince, and the. election of myself, or of a'majority of Conservatives in this Province, on March the 22nd., will not stop ;the building of railways; to this or any other point, and will not for one moment impede or" delay the advahcement, which we hope tovderive from the legislation now in force. You know, as I dp, that the railway companies will build other lines -enter this city irrespective of the way in which you cast your whether one candidate or the other, now .before you, is elected; and the assertion'that a vote for any but toe Government candidate would the delay .railway.construction or prevent the eacpenditure of as unwarranted and indefensible as it is the Cfovernment and your own 7' If- the expenditure of money ia the; different constituencies depends upon the election of a Government candidate, why does it cpme about that past three and a haU large have been made in the by and Hiebert, the two Opposition the Legislature, City of Lethbridge yet receive its first Government favor, although we have never [elected an Opposition cahdidate from this riding. If we are to be-lashed by the whip of Government patronage for the [exercise of-dm franchise, which we consider free, where was the necessity I lor increasing the membership of the Legislative Assembly from 25 to 41 {members? _ If it is bad business to elect a Conservative, then, the ..converse must [be true; and at is good business to elect only Liberal members, in which [case surely 26 Liberals can as well administer the affairs of our Province And u'.'to the representation, gentlemen, why does the it face ot population and production, give to the South a .representation of 18 members, while the-North gets 23? Do you call that Legislation in rour interests, and do you approve it? In conclusion, gentlemen, I beg to remind my old time Liberal .friends this city, of -their promise made to me at the time of the De Veber-Ives ion, that if I ever stood again they would rote for me. That was the pledge many of you freely gave. I now ask you to redeem'it, and; I also to roters toonake this a clean election, devoid of all unfortunate irrevelant words and acts. I have every respect and a warm personal feeling for each of the other candidates in the field, and I ask for them from iy supporters, the same fair and gentlemanly treatment that I expect their hands. For my political conduct, if elected, I hare before me the statesmanlike A. Magratlv. your Federal member, which I will strive to allow, whether returned the polls or not, I shall be AS ready eTer to further the interests of the City the Yours Uithiilly. W. IVEB. WaUace, March men have been killed in an explo- sion in the plant of the Coeuer De- Alene powder works. All the dead The Private Dining Koonis at the are now open, and are well patronized by the public Union All White Most up to date Restau- rant in the city. Lunches from lOc. up Meals from 25c. up N. H. MURRAY Prop. PURCHASED WATtRTON SUMMER RESORT J.. E. Hansen, of Caldweli, Alta.. a small village in the foothills has pur- were residents of Wallace and em_ fl haH section at the Waterton. ployees of the powder works. Five j Lakes from the Waterton Land and of the frame structures, together with Power Company. This half section includes the part of the store used as a summer resort. Mr. Hansen will open hotel and. thoroughly equip an -up-to-date resort. He will place a Friction on a copper screen in the steam-boat, a gasoline launch, and mixing room during the process of convenience of his manufacture is believed to have been the cause of the disa-ster. In this room was stored more than pounds of nitro-glycerine, which ex- concentrator of Coeuer "De- Alene Concentrating Co. were wreck- ed. Four of the powder company's buildings were practically levelled. ploded, together with five tons of giant powder stored in nearby struc- tures. The explosion caused a p'anic in Wallace. CONTEST LASTED 20 YEARS Played Cards Every Day for Two Decades. Traverse City, Mich., March Two Civil war veterans, -John W. Wallace and D. W. Lazelle, have just completed in their home .village of Mancelona a card-playing contest that has lasted for 20 years. Two decades .ago an agreement was made that the village championship should be accorded to :that one 'of the two soldiers who "could win 10 consecu- tive'.-garaes. Night after night, alt'ernating be-: tween the of the two-contestr Send Commissioner to Society Wants Help.- Medicine Hat, March Times deputation from: .the Board of Trade -waited on the Coun- cil-last night -to ask that'--.a- grant.of be. made by the city this. year. 'It was stated that the Board of Trade are considering the- advisability ol sending Mr. J. T. Hall tO: Denver this summer to'' look into -the. ..beet sugar question. A deputation ffdm the Agricultural by Mr. James ;Rae, asked ior a guarantee of debentures the total of for erecting; buildings on the grounds "-in; ioirder to carry on successful fairs. -As "security "they would give the .80 acres owned by them. rotated- that the race horse owners of Win- nipeg; Brandon and other western :cities wished to send their .horses to :this "city for the winter and for fit- the races.. If proper buildings could be prpyided-. tihis be undertaken, and a consid- erable revenue derived therefrom. ants, .and omitting the con- test has :gone on for a score years. Several times Wallace had nine games'" to, his credit, to lose -the tenth to But patiently and carefully the .score was and it is said that in all the 20 years of playing not an angry word was spok- en -by ..either. M- the -two contestants. Wallace .-won. his -tenth secutive game .Lazelle promptly chal- lenged him for another series, .but Wallace declined on the ground 'that neither he nor his -opponent .would live long enough to- complete: other, contest, BOARD OF TRADE PLANS AT HAT Ladies-wanting dressmaking and plain -sewing' apply to Mrs. A. Crabb St., next White's Furnitufe Store. :82-6 A WOMAN'S BACK HOT MADE TO ACHE, guests this season. FOR SALE BY TENDER Half interest section ot fine land 2X miles south of Taber pur- chased at per acre last' fall. Bids-to be in by. March 25. Balance of pavments spread over five years. W; WILLIAMS, tG-12 Crabb ..St. Take a look at our windows and see the We have to offer you at 25C. To start ou Saturday, March 20th Hayr Bros. General Hardware P.O.Boi27 INVESTORS WANTED few investors, large or small, to join some prominent Win- nipeg business men'in re-arranging a large manufacturing concern so as .to provide ior an increasing trade. For information and booklet, addrese Canada General Investment Corpor- ation, Ltd., Dept. E., Grain "Exchange Bldg., Winnipeg, Man. Tenders T.EN.DERS will be-received by the un- dersigned on Monday, 22nd March, 1909, ut -noon, for a Brick Store Building to ;be erected on Crabb St.. JJethbridfte, for A. iiamsiey. JLiq. The -lowest any tender not nec- essarily, accepted. -ERNEST E. CABVER, for VV. Bry- Lethbriiige. 81-3 To the [lectors of Rocky Mountain Electoral District Gentlemen Having been .requested by a large number :of, the electors of this dis- trict irrespective of .party politics to offer' myself 'as candidate at the general Selections to be held in the province on the 22nd inst, I have: de- cided to- accede to; their request and offer myself as an independent can- didate and I now bespeak the hearty support- of all classes. Through, long 'residence and travel in different of" the district :I have become intimately acquainted ivith the various needs of all classes and I therefore believe that without being egotistical, I can say that I have the- qualifications and: ability to properly. representr this constituency in the Provincial Legislature. The present Government adrniQ- 'iste'red the. affairs of "the province during .the ,past -tour years very cred- itably it has. people a great deal :of sane legislation; And as evidence of this I might mention the workmen's the eight-hour bank to (for. miners) act; the mechanics' lien act and sev- eral others. The platform-announced by the Conservative party has T also many good suggestions- which I :hope to see upon our statute books at an early date. For I may say that 1 stand first, last and always for legislation, that will protect the rights of working mea throughout the pro- vince. I also stand for improved leg- islation regarding our cities, towns and villages, and a thorough up to date system of public schools where the can obtain an education. -that v will .better prepare them, 'for the duties of good citizens. I .be- lieve also .that more money, should be spent, in .putting pur -highways' in proper condition for travel I may in conclusion that I stand disf of people '-61 the Asiatic race, such as Japs and Chinamen, These. people take no interest in our institutions and they should not be given the franchise and. I pledge -my- self. .if. elected to introduce at the -first session of the Legislature, a measure to deprive them of this also to prohibit their employment in or the coal mines of pro- Thousands of Women Suffer Un- told Misery Every Day With Aching Backs That lUally JBavs No Business To Ache. Under ordinary conditions it ought to be itrong and ready to bear the of life. It is hard to do housework with An ach- ing back. oome from nek and what a lot of trouble tick kidneys came, But they can't help it. If more work pat oa them than they can itand it not to bo wondered that they get out of order. Backache a warning from kidoeys and ihould be attended to im- Mediately so as to avoid yeaw of terrible taflering from kidney Donn'i Kidney PilU, will you in way they eared of Mra. 0. Warren, 2 IKTKax H I troubled with Tery -H 1AOTL paint In my back f T t T T TT j if baft they did no good. A Mend told Kidney and after tokfnf two I hare not been troubled per box, orl (or fl.W, all deafen or nulled direct on receipt of by T. Milbam Co., Liaiitod, TOTmiOyOllt. rpvtfj around vince. Upon the abwe grounds and many others, too numerous -to -mention, in a- short address, I appeal to the elec- tors of Racky Mountain District as art independent candidate for.. .their hearty support, no matter what their political leanings may be and I prom- ise if returned as their member that the -interests of all classes and all parties will be faithfully, impartially :and conscientiously respected -by me. at Blairmore this 2nd.- day of 'March, 1909r .John Angus McD.onald. APPLICATIONS Will be received by the undersign- ed until Monday, the 5th day of April, 19C" for the joint office of Fire Chief and Building Inspector for the City of Lethbridge at a salary of per month. Please state qualifications and send references. G> W. ROBINSON. Morris, con- tractor for the moving of buildings. Will work under contract or by the day. Office Crabb St., 1st north of A. Southard's residence. General Teaming If you have any teaming of any kind to do ring me up, PHONE 101. Yonr wants will be satisfactorily attended to. Coal must be paid for on delivery. WM. TAYLOR TENDERS TENDERS will be received by the undersigned not later than noon 29th 1909, for the erection of-a re-inforced concrete- building in Leth- .britige -for B. E. Sherlock, -Esq. Plans, etc.; can be obtained at the'ofc Jices .of W. M. -Dodd, Architect, Leth- bridge-and-Calgary. .Tenders must-be accompanied by a .certified cheque for 5 per :cent. -of the value. No tender wfll necessarily .be. ac- cepted. EKNEST E. CAKVEE, Mgr, TENDERS SEALED IENDEES wiU'-be -receiv- ed o'- clock, p.m., -on April 10th for the whole-of" the -wort rec.uired ;in the erec lion of a- fireproof hospital for the Tenders must, be accompanied by an accepted cheque for five per cent. of the amount of. the.same.. The lowest or any tender sarily accepted. jPlans and spacifications may be seen, at the offices of Messrs. Osier, ilaminoad. Canton, Winnipeg, Xioyd Calvary, or C. B. Bowman. Lettbridge. C. B. BOWMAN, Secretary Board of Management :0f Gait Bospital, -Lethbridge, Alta. Lethbridge, -March 15, 1909. DOG TAXES Notice is hereby given that any dog ;found .running at large in. the City .of Lethbridge after the.': 1st of April; J909, without; -a tag for the year 1909, will be impounded, and dealt with according: to ...the Dog By- law (No. License ior. dogs :can be I had at -the: office of the. chief, of police. JOSEPH -GILLESETE, 82-6 -Chief sof NOTICE Notice is hereby given that any one .keeping fowls in the.'City .of Letlibridge must have them secure- ly Enclosed on their own premises by the> 1st of .April, 1909. The at- tention- 'of those. keeping fowls is di- rected to By-law- Sec. 84. JOSEPH Police. PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given 10 the Voters of -the Electoral JDivi- sion of Lethbridge City, that 'Donald City of the Province of Alberta', a candidate, at the election to.be held on the 22nd day of March, a member to represent :the said" toral Division., of Lethbridge City, in tlie iLegislative '.'Aloerta, has, appointed D. E. .Bell, of the said City of Lethbridge, carpenter, his of- ficial agent. Given under my hand at Leth- bridge this 17th day of March, 1909.-. FEED KENNY, Returning Officer. Daily Market Race ym It thif MteM. II yw wait aaytktaf MM tiki tor 11 SITUATIONS VACANT living at home, for general housework; must be oook; a week. Box L, Herald. 8S-3 .general servant who can room at home. Apply Mrs De- vine, Bedpath St., Alberta Home. GOOD. GENEKAL servant wanted. Apply Mrs. J. W. Bawden, ceorna: Gjyii and Courtiand Sts. 82.5 blacksmith, special- ly wanted for work on plQws. Ap ply to Coaldale Blacksmith Shop, Coaldale. -32-6 for general house work; must be.competent and steady; wages per month to start with. Call Mrs. C. R. Carlson, 1204 Court- land. 68-O dining room girls at the Coaldale .Restaurant. 80-6 man and steno- grapher of good habits. Apply -Her- Box S 82--0 dishwashers good wages to right party. Alex andra corner Round and Dui- ferin iStreeis. 82-0 servant, on farm near city, ior general: housework; good wages for-.suitable person. Apply :P. 0. Box 14. 81-6- .SITUATION WANTED, once, dressmaking by the day. Experienced in all lines of ladies' clothes. Apply 10.Miss M. Ji Schraitz, City. .by -experienced grocer, Canadian, have also .had 6 .Capable of managing department. Write, stating salary, Pr. 0- Lethbridge, Alta. 80-S; general servant wanted. Must be. competent. Apply. to "Mrs. A. B. Stafford, corner -Bom- pas "and Crabb .Sts. 80-0J young experienci'i business .man, situation -in grocerv or any other position; thor- ough business training and ot aiiaid of work. Please apply '-Ma- cjo Herald, 82-3 POSITION: good man. one year -in Canada, -wao. situation as plosvman or fireman .it" plow, in Southern.Alberta; can tart now or'later.. Reply "to F. H., Herald'Office. 82-2 A GOOD ETIV-LoU for 1900.00 etch. Jtopbrhe beth Afencj, Mao. TK) STORES FOB ttorw now occupied by J. J. Johnston, or Broi., and Joe Fong, .are for gale. MtMt on April 1st. Submit offer In writing to Can. Bank of Commerce. FOB new on iwiir now tuud pipe, 6 and cellar. cash. Balance easy. Alberta Really Co. 4 NICE LOTS facing in Block 122 for 1300.00 each oa terms. Ap- ply Box (X, Herald Office, x t OR lots on JtJartlett St.; houae, fewer on street; cash'. Apply toOwn- J. ituuoie, Box 700 or Vhona 224. ao-6 FOR SALE new three- room house and two lots, in North Ward. For particulars apply la-J'as. Robertson, Box 566, City. 7-room house, on Bartlett LSt., close in, on two lots, price f cash; balance ar- ranged. Alberta Realty Co. TO TO roomed house jtwt.north of track. Apply between 4 and 8 p. m. .at 61-O store or building-suit-, able for a restaurant in buwnew part of town. Enquire P. O. Bor 143. Lethbridge. 66-0 TO Turner St., North Ward, one six-roomed house; also stable and chicken :hbusee; 'lor per month. Apply Box Lethbridge Post-Office. 79-6 WANTED TO or louse, on or before May 1; centrally ocated and modern; might purchase if .suitable. 'Apply P: 0; Box 482, City. '82-6 the'1st, a house, about 7 rooms, and house- seeping rooms, -for young mamal couple; must be central; AddrssV Boom 24, 'Dallas Hotel.- 82-1 TO LET1-One small new c ner Agnew- .and Westminster J8.00 per month. Apply Box 5, He> ald. ropini-cloaB in y ouag jwlin will.-" average" thiee" the Apply to L.. ;B., Box-S87, "y..- ROOM man nicely forniaihed bedroom, in fully modern house, close .in.. Apply -B6r 0., Herald-Office. 81-2 YOUNG. MAN wants -work-.on 'farm Apply to Box P; -Herald Office. -82-6 for a nice light team of: horses, drivers, or will-deliver goods for anfi ox the stores .by the -month at V reasonable: price. Anyone wanting an- outfit -of'- this pleasi end P.O. Box 322. 82-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. 5'OR equipment; .two, complete ateam- plowing outfits? and- ill kinds of farm equipment. Address- Jannangay Farm Co., Gannangay P. Q., Alta. Sec. 31, Tp. 13, R. 23, W. 72-24 FOR fine, team of. matched geldings, also team of small.mares. Inquire Alberta Realty Co., City. 63-0 Chatham Incubator, 1 )rpoder, almost new; also-one -White ewing machine, .cost almost-new. Box 10, Herald "Office. 79-6 FOR new buggy v. harness for" sale, cheap, 'Apply- Box 80-6 SALE 'OR crop payment dan 440 acres of choice land within wo and a half miles of" Raymond. Partly fenced. 160 acres of winter wheat on Bummerfallow breakinff discing. 120 acres stubble, balance clear choice prairie. We only require a small cash payment on this, a fnap for some one. Apply to the Canad- ian Real Estate Adjustment JD6., Room Nine, -Bryan Block, or Box-387, Lethbridge, Alberta. -77-6 SOUTH AFRICAN Scrip for sde immediate- delivery. P.O. Box 83-6 REWARD One black mare with bay horse-colt at side. One "buckskin rnmre with the end of one ear clipped with buckskin horse colt at side. OneVbay pony mare -branded lazy five on- left hip and blotch brand on All five" "of these mares and colts-Jare branded A on left shoulder." I will pay head ior these- horses delivered at fann-4X noiles east of "Lethbridge. A. J. STRONG, 30-tf Lethbridge. bronze gobbler and 3 xens, 2 white--Holland gobblers, -Bar- ed Rock "arid White'Rock pullets. Latdlaw, Pincher Station. ;82-6 FOB -A-- jstronir' democrat, car- ry a ton; .Also stubble Both in good condition. cash; >-F. c.-o. Herald. 81-6 'OR 3 years, Weight about 900 Ibs. f 70 cash. Ap- ply -Box F., c.-o. Herald office. 81-6 PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the Voters of the Electoral Divi- sion of that William Carlos Ives, of the City of Lethbridge, in the Province of Alberta, barrister, a candidate at the election to be held on the 22nd day of -March. 1909, of a member to represent -the said Elec- toral Division of Lethbridge City, in the' Legislative Assembly of Alberta, has appointed Frank Cplproan, of the said City of Lethbridge, mana- ger, his official .agent. Given under my hand at Leth- bridge this 17th day of March, 1909. FRED KENNY, Returning Officer. PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the Voters of the Electoral Divi- sion of Lethbridge City, that William Asbury Buchanan, of the City of Lethbridge. in the Province -of Al- berta, publisher, a candidate at the election to be held on the 22nd day March, 1909, of a member to repre- sent the said Electoral ;Division ol Lethbridge City, in the Legislative of Alberta, appointed Cecil Claude Cragg, of the said City of Lethbridge, physician, his official igent. Given under ray hand at Lethbridge this 17th day of 'March. 1909. FRED KENNY, Reluming Officer. LOST 'AND FOUND. Alexandra Cafe and Arlington -Hotel, diamond -set locket on watch fob. Finder will be liber- ally -rewarded by returning to Herald Office: 81-6 C.P.R. station and M.; Hendrick's residence, .lady's ;gold watch; Finder will be rewarded for rietprn to Herald Office. 82-6 NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT Impounded on the 15th inst-in East Pound, one Wack mare, on left hip; 3 or 4 years old; has rope on neck. JOS. GILLESPIE, 82-6 Chief of .Police. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno la the sole head .of a family, or any male over 18 yean old; of available Dominion -land in Mani- j toba, Saskatchewan or .Tie applicant, must appear in per ton: at the Dominion Lands Agency or 8nV Agency for the district.-'. proxy ..may be made at tJT of intending homesteader. residence upon and cultivation of the land in of three years. A live within nine miles of nil home stead on a farm of at least 80 acm solely owned and occupied hy him OE by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain diatricta a in .good standing may pro.empt quarter-section alongside hit home- stead. Price 13.00 per acre. Duties. -Must reside .six months in eaoo of six years from tote of homentead entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty "acres1 extra: nomesteader who has; exhausted hit homestead rifhi .and cannot ob- tain pre-emption may take .a pur- chased homestead in certain dismets. Price per acre. Duties.-Mail reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a bouse worth W.W.CpRY. _ Deputy Minister of the Interior. publicatiou oi this advertiaement will not be paid for. ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL f f Paid-up Capital......................... i Reserve and Undivided ACCMI of Merchirtj, Finvm mi Raadm SMcM Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Branch Block, St. ;