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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Letlibridge' Daily. Herald, Saturday, September 1 SALE-- A Modern Eight-Roomed House, Lot 40 x 225, at 1255 Dufierin This property will be disposed of at a bargain. For particulars apply to Round Street Phone 763 THE PIONEER LUMBER CO. Westminster Rd. Phone 1063 Yards Lethbridge N. Taber Bow Island Milk River High River i Claresholm i Nantori Grarium Carmangay, Barons Kipp Jet OF ESTA BUSHED 1865 Actets Oct. Over Banking By Mail We have already over 40 Branches, in Ontario and about 120 in. the West. If vre have not yet established m Branch within easy reach of-you, you can carry on all your banking business by mail, conveniently and safely, with cur nearest Branch. Call or write and the Manager will gladly explain the system to yo.ii. Open a Savings Accottnt wkh a Deposit of or more. Interest is paid at highest current rate and money may be withdrawn; at any time. Main Office cor. Round Redpath Sti j G. R. TINNING Bub-Office Westminster Rd.s N. Ward Manager! Stirling H. Roach, Acting Ma-r.ager. ...Grassy W. Baillie; Manager. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Paid-up Capital, Reserve, DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES Arrangements have recently been completed under which the branches of this Bonk are able to issue Drafts on the principal points In the following countrtes: BrmzO Eolgaum Cejioo China Crate Ireland. .Italy Faroe Irisadi Finland Formosa France Javm Germany Gnat BritauH Mexico Greece HotJand Iceland India Norway Persia Phillrpine IsUadj Rnssra. Serria "Shua Sooth Africa Straits Sweden Smtzerlaad Turkey West 173 and elsewhere HO DEI-AY III FULL PARTfCULARS ON APPLICATION Lethbridge Braachj J K. SAYS LABOR IS STILL VERY SCARCE A Bowville Man .Speaks Of the Conditipns In His District G. Hitchcock, pf .BowvHle, who has been in Lethbridge, informed the Herald that while little else than feed was harvested off the grain fields in that -district this season, a' larSc 'amount of fall wheat has been put in following the" rains ol a few weeks ago, anti a few more showers this Speaking ot work to be obtained in that neiehborhpod, tie said that while teams are plentiful enough, the big irrigation irori's of the Southern .Al- berta Land Co., being ham- pered by the" scarcity of day labor. 'I have a contract upon the fall will put- it into good shape. There, he said, "and would take more if it is no doubt, said Mr. Hitchcock, who j was possible to obtain help, "fte arc himself had in over 500 acres from j offering SI.50 and 'found' per -dav, which he cut nothing, that there is but even that is not attracting men. going to be a shortage of feed also I an-d we are forced to the' conclusion in the Bowville section, and quanti- that there is more work in the coun- ties will have to be shipped in. trv than there are men To take it..' L. F. has been appointed'! ANGLICAN ARE gehenrf passenger agent the Xew i HALIFAX -r, I Halifax, Sept clergymen lork Central, and Boston ;are arxjvjng f0r the and Albany succeed -which commences to-morrow ritt Fort, resigned. quickly stops cougJis, cures colas, heals, the tliroat and iungs. 2S with the formal opening of All Saints Cathedral. -Rev. Dr. Courtenay, of (New York: Bishop -Dumoulin, of Ni- jagara: Archbishop Copentreath. Vic- Bishop Olmsted. Colorado, are among the late arrivals. The city of Halifax will give a bant} concert in the public gardens in honor of the vis- itors to-morrow. In the MORNING A glass of ALBERTA'S PRIDE beer will refresh-