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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LlTHBNItmi DAILY MtHMLO, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1909. PAGE SEVEN THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Paid-up Capital, Reserve, DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES .Arrangements have recently been completed under which the branches of this Bank are able to issye Drafts on the principal points In the following countries: Finland Ireland Formosa Italy France Japan Fr'ch Cochin-China Java Germany Manchuria Great Britain Mexico Austria-Hungary Belgium Brazil Bulgaria Ceylon China Crete Denmark Faroe Islands .NO DELAY IN Greece Holland Iceland India ISSUING. Norway Persia Phillipine Islands Roumania Russia Servia Siam South Africa Straits Sweden Switzerland Turkey West Indies 173 and elsewhere FULL PARTICULARS ON. leihbridge branch C. G. K Nourse, Manager OF CANADA Capita! aad Rest Exceed For Westerfi Farmers The Union -Bank Canada pays special attention to the banking requirements of the Farmers, Grain Dealers, Cattle Men and Merchants of Western Canada. Already over 112 Branches of this Bank, have been established from Fort William to Prince Rupert. Grain Drafts with Bills of Lading attached negotiated. Savings Department at every Branch. Interest paid at highest current rates. Main Office .cor. Round Redpath Sts Sub-Office Westminster Rd., N. Ward J. R. ANDERSON Manager. District News WHITLA Whitla. Nov. N. H. Page and children of Kramer, N. D., arrived here last Monday. Mr. Page came a week before and had a cosy home prepared for them ''on their claim a mile south, A. V'yrbun "who has been wording [in Monarch during the summer stopp- Jed over night in Wbitla-.qg.Jiis way home. 1 McMullen travelling salesman for i the Northwest Jobbing and Comrnis- sion (Jo. was at the store last week, i Miss Mabel Richardson is spending the .week in Bow Island. The Ladies Aid Society met with Mrs. A. E. Shaw two miles east of of Whitia on Thursday afternoon, Nov. 18th, Mr. and Mrs. Albion Moger of Minot, N. D., are here visiting relatives north of town. D. Page and wife and son; Mr. and Mrs. John Hamblin and., family and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hamblin all of Souris, N. D., came a week ago and are comfortably established on their farm homes south of here. District News BOWVILLE ITEMS Bowville, Nov. Oliver arid wife, .of Baronns, were calling on S. A. Wyman, Thursday. Chester Olson, is reported on the sick list. Coyotes are very plentiful around They arc getting very saucy, coining near houses in bands. They travelled so near Mr. J. Oliver's place one morning recently, that they nearly killed shepherd dag that tried to drive them away. There is an uncalled for horse at the pound in T. Root, Poundmaster. Many Bowviilites attended Barr- hill Literary last Wednesday. A. Carlson and wife, or' Montana, are the guests of G. Hadford. Mrs. G. Peterson is very busy these days getting ready for an ex- tended visit in the States. Sam Averill started for the States Thursday morning. It is rumored that he will not alone. The Literary program was a de- cided success Thursday. All are in- vited to attend these meetings. S. A. Wyman was in Lethbridge one day last week. We are having regular North Dako-1 Joe Williams and wife are to at- ta weather here and no one is enjoy-1 tend to busiriess in Mrs. Peterson's I ing it. A chinook melted the greater part of the snow on Thursday but there is a big snowstorm on at pres- i sent. J. H. Carson and Harry Campion made a to Bow Island on Thursday. Mrs. D. H. McDonald, living north of Whitla. has both eyes and cheeks blackened as the result of a windlass striking her as she was drawing water from a well. Angus Beaton made a trip to Medi- cine Hat resently. N. J. Aalborg is holding meetings nightly at the home of A. J. WorKs, Don't Forget To take your meals at the on- ly, all-round white Restaur- ant in Leth- bridge ASK FOR OUBFKESH SPRING CHICKEN And also Vegetables and Home Grown SucklingVigs-and Porti from our farm. Lt is for you. Also Fresh Oysters in season, any style to suit your taste. 0 We Are Here to Please You at Any Cost N. H. MURRAY, Prop. southwest. Mrs. Jno. Olson and sister, Miss Josie Thrombkid, of New Rockford, N. Daty came last Saturday and ex- press themselves delighted with the country. Jno. Jones left for North Dakota last week to bring back his horses and machinery. His father' will re- turn with There are a great many homestead- ers coming in which makes business at the store and lumber yard pret- ty brisk. Don't forget the sale and basket social in the church Friday No- vember 26, given under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid. Earl Ensign came over from Medi- cine Hat the first of the week. The homestead inspector was here on Wednesday, the 17th. Mrs. F. J. Blanchard and children returned -from Taber today where they have been visiting relatives. H. L. Gray is home after -a flying- trip to Lethbridge. absence, at Bowville. Mrs. Williams lias had long experience in the P. 0. and everything will be run as here- tofore. Miss L. Dora Oliver celebrated her loth birthday on the 16th inst. by a dinner given to a few friends. The presents were many and very ap- propriate for tlie occasion. F. M. White, leaves shortly for California. His many friends, will regret seeing, him leave and wish God speed. Skating is quite good on the res- ervoir above mud springs. Miss Rena Wyman who has suffered so much of late with her teeth: is contemplating trip to Lethbridge to have them, refilled. Maud Mills who has been at work at Mrs. Mosses is again home for a short time. P. Bradly has been helping A. T.: Root build his barn. Church here'at the school house was well attended Sunday night de- spite the cold. Rev. Ball'says, come one and all. CANADIAN PACIFIC: ANNUAL EASTERN CANADA O N S Low Round Trip Rates to Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces Tickets on sale Dec. 1 to Dec. 31, in- clusive, good io return within three months. issued in connection Atlantic} CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY Annual Eastern Canadian Excursions Steamship Business will be on sale from''Nov. 21 and limited to live from date of issue. Finest Equipment, Standard First Class and Tourist Sleeping Cars and Dining Cars on all Through Trains. Compartment Library Observation Cars on "Imperial Limited" and "At- lantic 3 Throufh Express Trains Daily 3 THE "TORONTO EXPRESS" leaves Winnipeg daily at 22.40, mat- ing connections at Toronto for all points East and West thereof. The "Imperial Limited" leaves Win- nipeg daily at 18.15, and the "Atlantic Express" at S.OO daily making con- nections at Montreal for all points East -thereof Apply to the Nearest C. P. R. Agent for full information NEWS FROM BARONS Borons, Barons! Nov; booming. TWO MURDER TRIALS 1 AT PORT ARTHUR Port Arthur, Nov. 'fall as- -sizes which opened here today will fee remarkable for the fact that 'both criminal cases are of murder and also on account _ofj-he freat number of civil Jus- tice" Sutfferland. recently appointed to lite bench, will preside. T. C..Rob- inette, K.C.. and E. Meredith. K.C., will also be in attendance from To- -ronto. The murder cases are King vs. Harmon, wno -is charged with murdering a wheelman on.the steam- er Andrew Carnegie at the C. N. R. coal docks last summer, vs. Helikie. .who is charged with mur- dering a fellow countryman during some disturbances in the Port Will- Jam coal uock section last month. There are twelve civil cases. COALDALE Wednesday' afternoon and Mesdames Haley, Pawson, Moore and super at the home of Mrs.'Haley. Mrs. H. A. Suggitt has been ill but is able' to be out at this writing. George Hyde is clerking for C. H. B. S." Pawson left Friday evening of last week for Delavan, III.. Rumor has it that the new house will be oc- cupied by a bride and groom in Jan- uary. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Haley are con- templating a. trip to Mexico next month.- 1 The. Ladies' Aid have very attract- ive and entertaining programs for the BarnwelL Alta., Nov. Notwith- standing the recent cold weather, this town is active business progress in all lines. More fall plow- ing has been done this fair than ever was attempted before owing to the large crop harvested this fall. Farm- ing is no longer an experiment here, but is now {assured success. Many of the oats fields yielded as much as SO bushels per acre, and fall wheat av- eraged more than 40 bushels per acre and spring wheat between 25 and 30 bushels per acre. Every farmer was more than pleased with his crop of 1009. Only about four per cent of the rich land in this community has yet been brought under cultivation. In every direction you see large straw stacks, great herds of fat cat- tle and horses, and a few herds pf sheep. Balcowski Woodlinger shipped nine cars of fat cattle to Winnipeg yesterday and A. McLean has ordered 25 cars'to load with cat- tle as soon as the cars can b'e set. Ground has been secured for an elevator and the material for the building is already on the ground. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co. have on track for Barnweli 6 cars of lumber, which will stock their yard for. the present., J. W. Christenson is building a liv- ery barn and will soon be ready for business. -1 Mr. Howard has secured two corner lots and will at once begin the erec- tion of a twenty-eight room hotel. A general store is being built, also a restaurant and rooming house. The next few -The gentlemen are j spur track to Coal City is now in invited to the supper and social held operation and the shipment of coal every month. averages ten cars per day. Barons, and" a population of more than a hundred. That is "coming some. Services have been held by Rev. Mr. Smith, a colored gentleman and an earnest preacher. The English Church will hold ser- vices at irregular intervals in the fu- ture. Due notice of the time will be Daily During December Toronto and points west in Ontario Montreal and points west in Quebec, also in Ontario east of Pembroke, Egans- ville and Tweed i Corresponding rates from and to other points Old Country Excursions Tickets on sale November 30th to December 31st For Tickets, Berth, Reservations or Complete Information Apply to C.P.K. Agent, or, S. B. MITCHELL, J. E. PROCTOR. Agent Dist. Pass. Agent Let a bridge "OLD COUNTRY" EXCURSIONS For the accommodation of those who are visiting the "Old and sailing from St. John, the Can- adian Pacific Railway will start a tourist car from Calgary at 24.40k on train No. 96 of November 29th. This car will run through to St. John to connect -with, the "Empress of Bri- tain" on December 3rd and "Gram- pian" on December 4th. For .reservations apply to any C. P. R. Agent, or C. Lemax, Ticket Agent, Calgary. CANADIAN The slightly rough surface of the ordinary stove catches the dirty quickly. It is hard to a lot'of black llad to fill m the a lot" of polishing-labor to produce a bright shine. You know that by experience. But the Sask-Alta burnished surface new finish invented by Is very, very easy to polish. So smooth the dust does not cling to it. Easy to clean. Requires very little black lead. Takes a many times more lustrous and lasting shine. Burnished surface only needs polishing once a week, whereas an ordinary stove requires shining every day to keep it bright. Less polishing-labor, less time, less black lead will be required when you have the Sask- Alta in your kitchen. Why not have it put there right away 26 LETHBRIDGE AGENTS Stafford-Agnew Co. Inre out ol town' That is all you can say about it. If ever a town made more progress during the first few months of its growth and made less noise about it than Baroiis, then say, we're from Misso.uri, for we require to be shown. You would like to know all about the growth. Impossible. We need a special edition of the Herald to tell the whole story. But now we have everything but railroad and two more days will bring that. Two elevators are buying grain as fast as it can be hauled to the eleva- tor. The feed mill is bringing grain. Two one of them a very capable horse-shoer, are working from daylight till dark. General stores, hardware stores, furniture they all are doing a rushing business. Barbers, harnessmen, shoemakers, are best to keep up with the trade. Two real estate firms handle the in country and town property. The livery barn, is filled night after night with teams that have brought in wheat. Machine shops are being built. A large hotel is being erected About ten residences have been erect- ed. And better than all this, breth- ren, "we are going to have a Metho- dist Church." And listen, all of you chicken-eat- ers. On Dec. 5, there will be a great chicken-supper in this new church, and after that there will be a con- cert. Did you mark the Come early, if you wish to miss the rush. On December 4th, the Sunday preced- ing this particular Monday, there will be special opening services of the new church, which services will be con- ducted by Rev.- J. M. Harrison of Mac leod. Mr. 0. T. Lees has gone south "to bring back his family" as it were. Mr. Roy Lowe and Miss.Theo John- son, two well known and popular young people were married recently. We wish them all kinds of good luck and happiness. And so we see pass- ed away one of our fairest maidens and in the groom one of our old-tim- er s. The old times are indeed gone. The Elinor Hall which has been the scene of many exploits, will do its duty for the last time on Friday, Nov. 19. Here were held the first social gath- erings east of the railroad in the days when open prairie was all you saw from Black. Spring Ridge to Claresholm. This was in the palmy days of such stalwarts as Harry 0'- Dell and G-eorge (and would we, had them Here it was that "Steve" showed the tender- foot the true Texas methods. The. old days are fled. The Hall will be moved to Barons, but 'twill not be the same old place" we used to know. i Rev. Mr. Bo.somworth will live in i Barons so soon as the church is com- pictcd. It is his intention to use the church as a reading room and a room in which to pass away the idle hours. This plan is meeting witli the hearty support of the community. Sunday School will be held in ttitvnew church And why not have a Socie- ty. In the words of one enthusiast, "Get Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Oliver entertain- ed a party of friends at a chicken supper recently. The application of -las. Nelson for a liquor license refused by the Board of License Commissioners' meeting at Macleod. Dr. Wallwiu is now practicing in Barons. He has also Opened up a drug store. There are now twenty-five ladies in given. The cold weather has interfered STANDARD OIL AN ILLEGAL CORPORATION St. Paul, Nov. government wins its suit against the Standard Oil Co. The United States Circuit'Court today ordered the company dissolved and "pronounced it an illegal corpora- tion. with the track-laying but cars will be seen in Barons by Nov. 20th (Sat- .A gentleman was offered per month recently as'rent, for a store on Main Street. And this is the beginning of story.. Barons is growing so fast that we can't find time to write all about it. ANNUAL EXCURSIONS TO U.S. POINTS the Coaticooke, P. Q-, Nov. T. Bressett of Colbrook, N. H., was killed yesterday in the woods near here while; hunting. Washington, D. C., Nov. lation which would require all foot- ball games in the District of Colum- bia to be played under a license of the police who would be privileged to stop any game when it becomes dan- gerous to life and health, has been suggested by Corporation Counsel of this year's long list of .fatalities on the gridiron. ShiloKs Cure quickly stops coughs, cures colds, bcals the throut and lungs. 2S Low Round Trip Rates St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn.; Mil- waukee, Wis.; Chicago, 111.; Council Bluffs. Des Moines, Marshalltown, Ce- dar Rapids, Waterloo, Sioux City, Fort Dodge, Dubuque and Waterloo, la. Omaha, Neb. .Kansas City; St. Joseph and St. Tickets on sale daily Dec. 1 to 31, Inclusive good to return within three months. Apply to nearest C. P. Ry. Agent for information. Hamilton, Nov. Traverse of Saskatoon was sentenced years for forgery. He tried to- pass a cheque on the Royal hotel. How would You like to make to per acre on Land that You can now buy Jor I This no dream. All we want is a chance to substantiate our statement. Nowadays it is no use in advertising unless we can produce the goods. Don't think we are advertising for fun, nor do we want to take you en a wild goose chase." We have land that will please you, and the climate to back it up. You may think that these are strong statements, but no Greater Opportunities offered in the West to-day than what the Fraser Valley offers Watch our window for the display of products grown in the Fraser Valley, which are expected here in the course of a few days irrigation necessary. The best Market in Canada for all your produce. Some of our lands less than one hour's run from Vancouver. Every facility offered for shipping is an extract from one of Earl Grey's speeches made at the opening of the Provincial Exhibition, New Westminster "I hope I um doing no injustice to the other parts of this Fair Dominion when I say that no part of its wide and beautiful extent, has captivated my heart arid fancy more than has your beautiful Province of British Columbia never have I visited any portion of the World which has filled my heart with u srreater desire to establish my permanent home in its midst than has your province of British Columbia." Call in and get our proposition. If you live out of town, drop us a card, when information will be cheerfully furnished Lethtridge-Weyburn Realty Ci Ltd Ground Floor Offices next Balmoral Hotel, Round Street, Lethbridge Phone 122 ;