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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UETHBRIDOr DAILY HERALD. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, INI. Capttil, Rest and Prfliils Exceed Bank Money Orders payable in all parts of Canada, and in the lead- ing' cities .of the United -States, are sold at every Branch of the Union Bank. They cost little, and are absolutely safe. Travellers Letters of Credit issued good the world over. Exchange bought and sold. Drafts and Telegraph Transfers issued. Lethbridge R. Anderson. Manager. Stirling F. Schimnowski.Acting Manager. Grassy Lake W. Baillfe, Manager. BY THE LORD MAYORS SON Dad clout sesMn to be worrying very much about the fate of the by-laws that are coining up before the peo- ple on Wednesday. He feels like the rest of us who think anything about them, that, they are bound to go j through. There is about ihf-m and 1 little talk a surmise THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE BEAD OFFICE, TORONTO ESTABLISHED 1867 that the vote will be small. I hope it isn't for Dad wants to know that the people say "Yes" to them rather than I have them hand out a "Don't give i a darn. Do as you like." That is an I t-asy ivuy get money but it is not very satisfactory I The by-law? ought to for there nothhu: a-'ked for but what would B. E. "WALKER, President AIEXASTDER LAJR0, General Manager A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED AT ALL BRANCHES Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, be a true good thinj that some lor the city. of the stuff it fellow in a Sam Hill of a fix lor the length of a block is a long way to back out a horse and riir. -In, thase places it is to use the front street and cross the boulevards. I think the police have exercised judgment in their summons to people aud having them fined. The most of Ih'fl eases have been for crossing the boulevards when there no rea- son for so. It sunvU t.h poo- pie darn Wl! and 1 think they recognize that fact. Dad's Works and Property Com- sense .-ms to in i- showed good in the principle they ARRESTED A BLIND PIQ ARTIST Worked the Gun Bluff but Ucentt Inspector HotchkUs Had One Better License' Inspector Hotchkiss had Jin, exciting trip Hi? Calgary divis- ion thi> past He arrested a man njuiieil Coroux who is alleged to havi- boevi doing a wide open li- quor selling business at Bassano without U'the'ring the officials for A Fine Quarter of Irrigated Land, close to 6.00 per acre. Very terms. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH DRAFTS AND MONEY ORDERS sold, and money transferred by telegraph or letter. COLLECTIONS made in ail parts.of Canada and in foreign countries. FOREIGN BUSINESS. Cheques and drafts on the United States, Great Britain and other foreign countries bought and sold. 123 Lethbrliige branch C G. j i vote on has been bought already, the steam engine for the fire department I being the chief item. They had to i get that in. a deuce of a rush or the underwriters would have been onto j them like a bigger fire than the i steamer could put out. If the ex- tra money for the fire hall is not voted on has been bought already, the I the same pickle as the Calgary Coun- cil except, that Bad has his hall fin- ished and the Calgary Dad has not. But the monev spent that has to ba voted is not a very large amount THEMOLSONSBAN 1 Established 1855 Capital (Paid Up) Reserve Fund HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL 68 BRANCHES IN CANADA proportion of it is sub- ject to -the approval of the ratepay- ers. And that is coming next Wed- nesday sure. The way the police are getting af- ter people who are walking on the boulevards is not slow. Twenty-three i in a row is pulling them in pretty [fast. The most of them owned up j the corn like little majors and paid 1 the regular without- a whine. Some. however, tried to put up a talk so as adopted in choosing ;i building in- spector. I dont know anything ab >ut Mr. Meach the man ihey but I guess- he's alright. But I give them a glad hand for choking a man who- is supposed to know something about building. Mr. Meach, I am told, if, an architect and should on that aee.um be an Al man. I hope he goes right after his job and sees to it that the buildings are put up right. There are a whole lot of to considered in this build- ing inspecting business and there are'some things that need fixing and need it darn bad. With a fire chief inspecting buildings from his point of view, and a sanitary inspector look- ing after that- end of it and an electric -keeping has eye the way the juice is led around and the j inspector looking after other people's interests and having a general oversight of the whole snenan j igan, the buildings ought to be pret- ty thoroughly inspected and the safe- ty and general welfare of the pub- j lie pretty well safeguarded. i the necessary license. Geroux also had quite a wild and wooly style of doing things and expressed contempt j for officers of the law. lie flourished a of revolvers which he! thought sufficient to keep the license j officers at a respectful distance. As j ihe man was always surrounded by a bunch of boozing friends the In-1 spector put the nippers on him just as Mr. Geroux was rolling over for "another snooze" get- j ting up. He was taken to Calgary j and Superintendent Deane of the R. made, the profits of the blind piggery look small by impos- ing a tine of and costs. G-e- roux put up the defense that he was running a club and the liquor was for private consumption on the prem- Review. 7-Roomed House on Coutts Street. cash balance to suit purchaser Beagle Maxwell Land Oliver Block PHONE 290 CRAZY MAN MADE DESPERATE Pitisburg, Sept. on account of his capture by the author- ities of the country home at Foodville after his rseape last month, James B. HilL Jr., aged 33. leaped from the which was conveying him -to the institution and iecsivecl fatal hi- uries last night. On the night of August 6, when _to save tke fine and a police court disappeared from record. But only two got off. This U.S. Exchange Bought and Sold at Lowest Kates Accounts" of All Kinds Carried upon Favorable Terms "_ ViNGS DEPARTMENT" Deposits of SI- and upwards received. Interest allowed from date of deoosit at Lushest rates Lethbridge Branch, REdpath St. t D. JOHNSON, Manager V The University of Alberta, STRATHCONA, ALBERTA Matriculation Examinations begin September 21st. tember 23th. Classes open Sep- Courses offered leading to the B. A. and B. Sc. SUFFRAGETTES GIVE NOTICE OF APPEAL London, Sept. eight .Suffra- gettes who were arrested August 19, on Downing Street, in connection with the picketing of Premier As- j business, of course, to be gone i after with some moderation and horse-sense. The prilict- get their stunt in properly when they see peo- i pie -deliberately and with malice j aforethought, walking across the bou- i levards merely to save themselves the trouble oi going the regular way along thi.' sidewalks. Peopl- have no right to ;t thing like that. Then there an.- a lot of .men. and boys whu think that they have got to take their goods to the front doors to 'people as they do villag- es back e.nst instead of driving on the lanes. They have to go across the that way while if they did as they ought to do they should sachet across the back yard lawns.' On the other hand, when a person has occasion to drive tip to a house there is no reason to go away back to a crossing to get on the sidewalks mysterious automobile was seen in the vicinity of -the institution. It is thoi-t'lr. that his escape was ac-1 complied through the agency of the mac'hi Dr. Alvin Bulger and an attend- ant the asylum traced him from jSfew Cumb-.-rlaad, W. to .Reck Springs, where lie was apprehended. The party at once started for Pitts- burg, -ir.d as the train was. passing through a suburb, Hill slipped ?.way from his guards "and the next mo- ment crash-d head first through window. The t.nin -was immediately i stopped and HT, was found uucon-! scious n deep gash in his head and suffering from a compound frac ture of the skull. James B. Hill, Jr., is a member of the '.Edwin M. Hill Lumbsr Company, which has a large plant in Pittsburg. I quita's residence, were sentenced to- merely for the crossing of the bou- day to pay fines of each or spend j levard. Lots of places have walks seven days in "the Bow Street jail, out across the boulevard to the curb They gave notice of appeal on the and it is a deuce pf a long way be- Teaching will be given in 19U9 that, all subjects of -the King tiw-een blocks some places in this 1st, 2nd, 3rd years in Arts and 1st'have the right to approach the Sov- ereign through his Ministers and in endeavoring to interview the Premier merelv exercising their and 2nd years in Applied Science. Calendars on application. For particulars write the President; they were of the University. i rights. burg. Some .places too. there are no lanes for people to drive on to reach the houses and if there is a lane it is blind and there is no room, to turn around to get out. That puts a DR. C. C.'CRAGG and Surgeon. 9 to 11 a.m.. 0 p.n so 9 n m Office J25. Office Hon.se 94. The Bank of SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT to the People of Leth- bridge and vicinity very complete facilities for the transac- tion of banking business of every description, with the assurance that all business' entrusted v to them will receive the most careful attention. CjTheir resources are large, and their experience in handling banking accounts covers a period of more than a half century. AUCTION, SALE: At The I LABOR HALL i On THURSDAY. SIPT.-9TH at 2 p. Tn. j w. L. WILSON! AUCTIONEER 1 Two lots situated ia Grassy Lake, j ,-nze x 125, on the property is a! building IS ft. x 30 ft. used as a res- j taurant, also a snack 10 x IS, alii I double boarded. These will be sold j j either separately or together. Terms' cash; balance to. suit purchaser, i Further particulars maybe had 'from w. L. WILSON! Auctioneer. Office: Cor. Rcrd and Glyn Streets. Telephone 189. Interest is paid on Savings Accounts. Current Accounts opened for Business People on favorable terms. Letters of Credit Issued for Travellers in North America and the East. Money Loaned to Respor, sible People. CAPITAL REST and UNDIVIDED PROFITS ASSETS Letters of Credit Issued Lethbridge Branch incorporated 1855 W. McEachern Manager V All of us can have a shot at 'em now I Double Barrel Gun each i; a few left Shells' fast. Place your order right, here Hayr Bros, i Phone 75 Box 27 FOR SALE Choice block of 956 all Sec. 2S and W. half Sec. XV. This is on the Weyburn -Lethbridge extension; srnoonl, level prairie, free from stone? and will sell for per acre inside a year. Price, for immediate sale, per acre en block, or S 13.50" in half sections; cash on each half section, balance, 5 payments, inter- est at 6 per eeni. XVrite. or wire i W. J. GILLILAND, 1705 Cook .Street, Victoria. B.C., or The Canadian Real. Estate Co.. Room Lethbridge. GEORGE J. BRYAN Gen. Managrs Thompson Block, Calgary Bryan Block. Lethbridge All Property Listed at Both Offices Lots in Alexander Addition Best Building Lots on London Road each Acreage property, close in and.sub-divided, at an acre Offices To Rent in Bryan Block INSURANCE Two good acres close in, and %vel! located for sub- Phone 39G dividing 0. Box 254 THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE Bryan- Block, Lethbridge ALFALFA 'three miles from Station good well and. bousy on property.: 80 acresjimder cultivation 25 acres in alfalfa, two crops cut tins season already. per acre. Freeman, Maeleod. and Graham Phone LETHBRIDGE P.O. Bos 679 "ItYWinnifred" Lots It's Winnifred Lots Of Lots in the Town of be held in the Labor Hall at Lethbridge on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th at 2 p.m, by W. L. WilsOn, Auctioneer Having received instructions from the Owner, I will oiler by Public Auction about 250 Lots on the above date. Winnifred is grow- ing very fast. It has Only been surveyed about two months, and, has two general stores, post office, livery barn, two lumber yards, one implement agency, one blacksmith's shop, one church, school ..house in course of erection. Winnifred is the only district outside of Lethbridge that captured first prize for grain at the Lethbridge Fair this A sample may be seen in the window of the office .of the Alberta Securities Ltd., corner of Round and Redpath Streets. Terms of balance in three and six months, at 6 per cent, interest. Further particulars may be had from P. J. DEMARCE Postmaster Winnifred Alberta or W. L. WILSON Auctioneer Lethbridge Alberta Phone 189 ;