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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LtTHBRlOQB DAILY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, II OF CANADA Capital, Rest aid UudlvHel Prolils Exceed pa.vable in all parts of Canada, and in the lead- _iitg- cities of the United Slates, 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. Lethbndge Branch-J. R. Anderson. Manager. Stirling F. Schimnowski.Actmg Manager. Grassy Lake W. Baillie, Manager. _____ LETHBRIDGE TO TRACKAGE FOR B.C. IN AN AUTO Sunday afternoon, when Mrs. Porter, wife of W. E. Porter, superintendent i of the water pipe construction, 'drop- ipod dead at their home on Hammond avenue. Sometime shortly after din- ner .Mrs. Porter was reading to, her i j husband iVom a magazine, and the -t _ _ f i l F j latter ruse 'from his swat and walked Soon be Possible to jl. r. R. evidently txpectsuo room to -procure i Kl Make Flying Trip by Good Roads, Carmangay to be Great Grain Carnianyay, (Special to The Herald) j Fernie. Sept. Thos. Tay- j Ainslee, pas-tor'of thi- North iJor minister or public works in the 'Chicago. 'j.., I 3Ir. Porter summoned a government, paid Fernie a j occupied the pulpit m the Presbyter, j f. t jnuts. be walked past his wife, I Mr. Porter noticed her head fall slow i __ 1 j ly backward, but thought it merely jan evidence of drowsiness. Riiturning j with i he nuts, he offered some to his wife, and receiving' no reply, he at- tesnpted to arouse her, and in doing .J S s'ie slipped from the chair on Shore I which she. was sitting-. Realizing for 'the first time that the case was ser- A Fine Quarter of Irrigated Land, cloic to Leth bridge, per acre. Very easy terms. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. Phone 141 ROUND AND, REDPATH 7-Roomed House on Coutts Street, balance to suit purchaser j provincial i Hying visit yesterday evening, arriv- THE CANADIAN BANK OF iun church last Sunday afternoon. on the east bound express and Mr. who is spending- his va- i leaving on the west bound local at J cation ti is ranch on the Little J3.50. [Bow Kiver. made reference in his ad- Ilon. Mr. Taylor was most agree- j dress to the greait development of the the HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO ESTABLISHED 1867 ably surprised at the wonderful, re- i district, during- the past yea: 'construction that has been accom- D. P. Edwards, accountant in Iplishc-d since the destruction of the Canadian Bank of Commerce Gran- 'eity a year ;imi, was here during the week loolc- i His time was "necessarily limited, I in-f over the property which he pur- Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block PHONE 290 j t but he was taken in hand by R. [chased recently. !Koss, -if. P. P., and every moment was i astonished tit Mr. Edwards was the growth of the i Uor and rushed put for a doctor. Dr. Cunningham he an- nounced that life had departed. Mrs. Porter ate hearty meal on Sunday, j ami was feeling in better health and i_______________ ______________... '________ spirits than usual. A few. minutes I .'_..-. .'_' '_ before her death she had suggested to her husband .that they should go out for p stroll. -Mrs. Porter was in the 141st year of her age, and leaves one i son besides her husband to mourn iher sudden demise. Interment took Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of SI and upwards are received and interest allowed at current rates. Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons and' withdrawals made by any one of them or by the survivor. 124 Capital, j occupied m sight-seeing and inspec-jtown. R. B. to Build a Block We understand that R. B. .Bennett, of Calgary, is contemplating the tion of a handsome block on his .pro- p- -ty which is located o-n the corn-.-r of Grand avenue and Carman strest. B. E. WALKER, President ALEXANDER LAIHD, General Manager j Reserve Fund 'tion of the Vari0us public works now 7 j being prosecuted under the supervis- ion of Mr. Taylor's department. He was taken to the new court house, where he found the concrete and the brick %valls of the basement all com- I place'.at Medicine Hat, the home of I Mr. Porter. and the brick walls, of the su- perstructure well under way. j A visit to the new bridge, now un- ider construction across the Elk, was opposite the Canadian Bank of Com- merce- building. Malcolm McKay, of McKay Bros.. lea on Thursday for Orillia, Ont.. to branch CG. K. j also squeezed into the short space of [purchase a car load of horses'to' sup- jtime at his and the very his ijverv stable. short time remaining, was spent at j Turner Bovvoh, of Calgary, has pur- jthe Fernie Club, where a number of chased some'choice properties here on j the leading men of the city met and which he intends to build shortly, j with the minister. Xelson. superintendent of i-he In a short conversation with EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK conversation Herald reporter Mr. Taylor took V INCORPORATED CAPITAL AND RESERVE 1859. A general Banking business transacted: Acccrants of Mer- chants and Farmers" invited Savings Bank Department in connection, deposits of 81.00 and upwards 'received and in- allowed at highest current rates. ROUND STREET Old Sage Store -J. A. R. ROME, Manager, Lethbridge Branch j road now under construction at dif- ferent points along the Pass from to Crow's Nest would be com- pleted by of next season. jThis road is being: constructed under' the direction, of .engineers who have i i surveyed the entire line' and the j j grades are being kept within easy 'lines, and when completed wiljl be one of the finest driveways in ehe whole iprovince, j While, the project Is rapidly emerg- ing from a mere dream to a reality, it is beginning to dawn upon the minds of people well acquainted TOith the unsurpassed scenery of the Pass. 'that it -will be a -dream; of a ride to go sailin up and down these easy grades in autoinobiles and the lofty 'of the inouhtains as they Judge Puisne (as they did in Manitoba and the Da- (pass in grand review. Ft will, soon be Till Less Land Says the Judge. Judge of the Supreme Court of Can- ada, spent Saturday city look- ing- np some relatives a.nd friends, in- too time in; Alberta, spying- but the Mrs. A. G. ]Sredham. He has "been -three months in the most of the t'me m Alberta, spying out the land with' the idea some farm lands on which his sons are to locate. Having secured the land he is now returning to Ottawa. In the course of his search for land the judge did a good deal of dri'viH-- back from the railways, sometimes taking. long trips in this way. "While kotas. They should undertake to till j possible 'to T.-ethbrid'ge tn an less land but do it well. They should j auto and visit Windemere an-d