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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 5, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta "ffie Lethbridge Herald VOLUME 2 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY. SEPT. o, 1907. NUMBER 44 The Store ofOmlily. McKelvie &McGuire SatitfAetion Ouar�ntecd When in nij^Ciirhartt Overnlls I have an easy consfience as I know they are'honestly niiide by u manufacturer who is honest with his employees. The F. P. Sargent Gloves (Union Made). Thoy are jier-fect Htting, made without seams, no rivets. McKELVIE & McGUIRE Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters In Letbbrldge EXTRAORDINARY HARVESTING EFFORTS Railwftyt *n4 Farmcrt arc Putting Fortk Or�M Efforts to Harvest� Biidip�r Crop. The i;xtraoiHlitinr.v crops in the south couiili'y are occnsioining cxtr.a ordinary tiTorls to lie put forth to hflntlle tliem. The Alljcrta Railway nmi Irrigation Coiapaiiy are busily preparing for the shipment of the enormous yields in the district trav-ers(jd 'by their railway. Iti wrldition to the provi.sion already ninde, the company are erecting loading platl'omis at Tfalcy, Spring Coule^ and Stirling Swi'tches anlh and Spring Coulee. when; Taylor, the lethbridge nilllmnfi is erecting an elevator. Xew sioing erected nt that point. Large shipments of binders, thre.sh-ing machines ami other harvesting machinery, us well as binder IwinH are being rushid through on nearly every train. The farmers thein.selvos are putting THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE �e4d office, toronto establisued imt B. B. WAUXK, PfMUent ALBZ. LAIRP, 0�ii�ral Muutw A. IBBLAIf D, 8up�riateiideiit of Bnackaa Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5,000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,000 Braaches throucbont Caaada, and in the United States and Eacisad BANKING BY MAIL �5 Buiaoas may h% traaaacted by mail with aaj braaeh f th� Baak. Acoonata may be opeaed aad dapoaita �uUla �r withdrawa by aiail. Evary atteatioa ia paid to aat-of-towa aecoaata. i � CALO.ARY CLARESIIOLM KDMONTON HIGH RIVER INMSKAIL BRANCHBf IN ALBKMTA LEAVINGS NAIOION STAVELY LETHBRIDGE HWCHER CREEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD fONOKA VEGREVfLLE MEDICINE HAT Mil DBKE VERMILION WETASKIWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C O. K. NOURSB.  -  MAHAOER Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Carilal all nM M....... ......... .ii*M�,m RcMfVMlPHad....................II.MI.tN BalMce Profll aad Um............ tU,m Head Office, Montreal PRCSIOSNT: alOHT HON. LORD STBATHOOHA AMD HOUMT KOTAl.. o. o. M. O. VICE-PRSeiDBNT: HnM. SIR aRORoa a. DROMHOMn. K. o. M. o. R. I. cr/)U8T0ii. aiauAi. rANAon Branones and Agencies at all tlw principal points in Canada Also in London. Lnglatid., Kaw York, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers* Circular Letteraof Cradlt and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Draft! Mid tTilUble itt all polstt in Uoited State*, Europ* land Canada lnter*at allowed on detaaaite at eurrent railos Lethbridge Brench - i^^r' forth strenuous efforts to safely garner the great harvest. Some of thctn, are working three shifts of men end horse.s on their binders, one frofn.' daylight to about ten o'clock, the next to two or three o'clock anil the last Rhift working till dark. Harxest hands aro scarce shicfly Im-cau.se the CP.!?, does not issue harvest e.xcursion rates from the east to points farther west than Moose ./aw. The Alherta fanners fuiling in their ofTorts to persuade tlio CP.11. to grant the rates, sent a reproscn -tatlon to Ontario to bring out help Every oho has been able to gat work. Mr. Crisman of Utah, father of F.W. l-'rismnn of Spring Coulee was in the cit.v on Monda.v and took out with him six of these Ontario harvesters. All the grain except the very late ont.�!, is now safe from fro.s-t. The rain of last week has given place to ideal harvest weather and the fanners of Southern Alberta Sare using every inean.s to harvest one of the greatosit crops even k?h6\vn in an.v country. P Fi Uaioa Officials Bcsiga. The oflicors of the local union Si> 574 U.M.W. of A. have resigned their otHces .IS u protest against, the action of the miners in regard to the managemtnt of the Unions a�aii-s by their officers. This action is the outcome of the recent trouble at the mine when the iiiiiners disiv�garded the advice of the union officials and ri'fusod to work while the disputed clause of the asrooniont wns feeing (llscus.scd. The retiring ofliccrs are willing to lie nominated in order to tost the nvlntf of thu union as to whether t1�ey oi- tho.se who ndvistwl the action contrary to the agreement have the support of the union. The election will be an intore.stinjf and important one. C. p. R. Get Samples, Too. Mr. Allen, a representative of the C.P.n., Wjs ih the city lasi. Friday gcti ing AcJiUcs of grains from this district tiffTWvertising purpbsos'^ Ho bought a thousand sheaves of spring wheat and .seven hundred of oats from W. II. Pawson. He is expected hock to get a thousand sheaves of fall wlicat. The C.P.Il. ex-idently knew where to send Mr. Allen asthey Kecur;'o-fore Insriector Worsley lodoy. S. 11. \Vk>ods, the deputy attorney general is in charge of the Crown's case and is as�isted by Jas. Short, .KjC, of Calgary. The lumbermen have ixj -tained Jl. 11. Bennett of Calgar.v as thoir, coun.scl. .1. W. McNicpl ot' the Enterprise Lumber Co. of this city is in EMmonton in connection with the case, benng one of the ttealers charged with l>eing u mbmlier of the alleged combine. , Few Hoiiestead Eatries. Ihiring Augusit there were only 161 homestead entries made at thb local office. Although the number looks small, it is largisr than last year, when there weivs J*?" entries. Tho small nutubcr of entries is due to the fact that, all the farmers aro husy at harvest. The entries aro pretty well scatteivd all, ovw the district. Kevisinf the By-Laws. City .Solicitor C, F. P. Conyticare K. C, is busily engaged in revising the two hundred and forty by-laws that have been passed by the town ond cit.v council and is compiling them into a moi'c convenient farm. The whole number will be itwlucO'd to fourteen, eight of which are nliv?ndy prei>aix�d. New Priacipal Appotated. At n special meeting of the School Hoard on Tuesday, W. C. llogers, M. A., of Roglna, Sask., was appointed principal of Westminster School. Mr. Hogers comos highly recomincndeil. H. G. Long, who i-osignot. 4th, un.lfr the management of Cop-tain .1. S. .lolin.stoae. A capital, pro gramme was arianged including solo.s duets, recitations, band selections, which in the hands of Capt. and Mrs. .fohnsKm, Licutcn.tnt Wright, Capt. 1{ichar8rs o- the bomi and corps provoii to be a voritadjlo feast of mirth and song. Tho hal,l was yor.v well fiilwl, which must have been very gratifying to the members of the band, on whoso {lehalf tho social wns arranged. Averaged Forty�F1vf Bushels C. S. CrF>st has thres'hed one hun -dred acres of fall wheat with the average yield of forty-five bushels per acre. This is a fair sample of the crop in this district and goes to prove tho contention that the t)cst crops of the continent can Ivj found in the Lethbridge district. The crops around Taber are splendid. A. M. Horner has a field of spring wheat cut which will avci^gu between thirty-five and forty bushels lo the acre. Many otiier yields of both fall and spring wheat are ju.s't as good. . 0- � Raach Sells for $36,000. �� ^""^ Cochrane, Sept. 2.-Last week thn Kgberts' ranch four nuiles west of Cochrane, known as tho Merinoranch was sold to Angus MacPhcrson, of Argentine. S.A., Mr. Dnvid.son of Weybum, Sask.. and Mr. RobWns of California, by the Germnn-.Vmerican Oolinlzatioii company. These gentloiiu"n have organized a stock con>pany ami taken over tho eniiix! property, including cattle, horses and e-iuipmont, amounting in tho aggregate to alioul $36,000. They arc all c\|>erieiv'ed stockmen, having boon in the raii'-hing business from ^^hel�e they cam''. Mr. MacPhersoii will have the mun-apulnr Windsor style, have long rovers to waist and silk cord girdle. Finished with storm colhir and cuffs on sleeves. Price.. $4-5.00 MUSKRAT JACKET8-Another handsome jacket, made in seven-eights style,, with loose-fitting box back. This jacket is made fall double breasted, having high storm collar and ciiffsi: on sleeves 9nd lined throughsv ont with brown satin. Length;. 45 inches. Price.. ..$75.00 ^'4 SOUTHARD PHONE 100 LETHBRIDOjE. iaTA. mi ;