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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 20, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta �1 ,v" � '-v L 1 j VOLUME 1 LI I IlimiDGI', ALI1E11TA, TltUttSDAY. SEPTEMBER SO, 1900. NUMBER 40 4 'J. h r � r L" marking HllCllll SHIRT (or the WORKINGMAN K, Big Shirt is tho best workintfinmrs shirt in Cntimki. The buttons aro nil sewn on by Imuil The button holes Aro bar tucked - can't break The seams aro all double stitched-can't rip. The gussets aro re-inforced-can't tear. The H. B. K. Big Shirt rests its case on the points of Comfort, Quality and Workmanship Macs Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters In Lethbridge THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE raid-up Capital, $10,000,000. Reserve Fund, $4,500,000 HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO S. E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen') Manager RANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IN THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED FARMERS* BANKING Every facility affordod Farmers for their banking business. Sales Notes cashed or taken for collection. BANKING BY MAIL.-Deposits may he made or withdrawn by wail. Out-of-town accounts receive every attention. BRANCHES IN ALBERTA CALGARY CLARKSHOLM KOMONTOX men RIVER INMSI'AIL LEAVINGS LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD NANTON STAVELY 1MNCIIER CREEK STRATHCONA PONOKA MEDICINE HAT KED DEER VEGREV1LLE VERMILION WETASKIWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. O. K. NOURSE. Manager EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK i'a pit S :l�k),(XK) HEKKKVIS............... 8 U�*M,DUI HEAD OPFICK S1T12RBROOK Kf gi'E.. Puusinu> Wm. Fauwkll James Mai-kixxos, Ognkual Manauek Branches Agencies Canada Two branches just oimuxl in Alberln COLEMAN under the management of George Ewing TABER under management Brine Tin* piitrontigo of these locnlitios is respectfully solicited Savings Bank Department in Connection Uenertl Banking Business Carried On Eastern Townships Bank, Taber of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Capital all paid up...................$14,000,000 Reserved fund...................... 10,000,000 Balance Profit and Loss.............. 665,159 Head4 Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: kk3ht HON. LORD STJlATlfcusf A AND MOUNT UOYAL, �. O M O. VICE-FRESrDENT: HON. SIR OKORGB A, PIU'MMOND. K- C. M. 0. R, 9, CLOU3TON. UuiBKU. Masaqku Brancnes and Agencies at all th� principal points in Canada Also in London, E.ncjland, New York, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Circular Lettersof Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Draft* �olu available at all poluti in United States, Kurope and Canada Interest allowed on deposit* at current Votes Lethbridge Branch P. F. REE, VE Manager BANK ROBBED Over Three Thousand Dollars. DARING BURGLAR AT KINISTIN0 Canadian Bank of Commerce was the Sufferer. CROP REPORT Caused Much Indignation. BOARD OF TRAIJFtAKES ACTION Will Furnish Department With the Correct Statistics. (Hporiul to tho HlTllltl.) Kinltdino, Sunk., Sopt. 20.- night the Hunk of Cotnmoreo was rotilmrl in the brief ubsonco i>f (\\d,v tho nmmttfor. The Hlc* -man inndo a plunge to gruap tho assail an I I ml received another shot which Just grazed his loft toinp' uml look a small pirn* out of h>s oar. Tho robber nod with $3,700. NAY OPEN HERE Imperial Bank Has its Eyes on Lethbridge. H. It. Wilkio, general nmtmgor of i ho Imperial Hunk, anil i'huH. t'uvk-shutl of Toronto, onu of the directors of the hank, apont Tuesday here uikI tw�re slnnvn about the city and country by IV U, Nuismith uixl T. M. Kvuiin. They have I won touring the wos*-for acvoral wivks. Inspecting brunches of the bunk and looking for desirable burnt Ions for new brunches. l-othhridge is one. of tho plucs thi*y have in view and It Is mil iin likely thaid to have their eyeson fothhrtdge t oo. DISASTER ENGLAND Terrible Wreck on the Great Northern Railroad. (Special to the Herald ) Tht \or- Kondoii. Kng.. Sept. UO-crowded expiN�ss on the I lieu I theiii ra11v\.iy leaving London b �*l night wus ivported wreckexl out sul.� of Crnuthaiu at midnight. The Irnin should have stopped at th'-stuiiofi but the brakes fuihnl to uork and (tie train dashed around a cure* ut hiifh Kp�'ed nml over an embankment. The Miigine tunieil turtle. m>v-i-rul eoaches followed and Immediate l\ took f\v*\ so far ten bodies h.we be^'ii receivereiI fn�m tlu� ruins. IllCK AMOl'VT OK STIMU,. (Special to the Herald ) I'ortuge \a\ Prairie. Se^it . t I - I" �-du> a' 'be local customs oIlUv .M.* IVT I tons of HO pound steel rails valued ni were otUcial'v eirlerinl into Canada from HnfVulo. The duty puer of Knglibh hpui'ii'.g people who have twitted 'a w�***un Canada it was felt thaL the Method- ists slundd hu\c one hundivd i�* v held* of labor this year. The name of Uev. .1. V. Smith. Centra! Meth* odUt Church, Toronto, is mentioned us editor oi "(lUurdiuu."  JiKATII OV WOMAN'. (Special to the U� raid J Toronto. Sept. 2f>.-CircumManc,'s surrounding the death of Mrs. Kltsa Cook And burial -of juvnuiturar.> born buby in the back yard of the Cook home, seven miles back of Highland Creek, have led Crown Attorney to make investigation of the case. Cook says the child was dead when born and on advise of his doctor 1-nried it in bark yard. Mrs Cook, died of blood poisoning .uvl was buried in J^ocust cemeter> . .JOHN HOrSTOV NOT WsXU. (Special to the Herald) NVlKoti. UP.. Sept. 20.-The reported rdeuth of John Houston, Mi. A., Hold fields, Xevadu. current neco y.�slorduy is positively denied Ibis evening.  The report Hunt out by the J>epnrf-nnHtt. of AgiU'ulluro concerning the ci ops in th� J jet hbrldge and Cards-ton histrictH nroused nuuh itKlig - r tuition in the city, as It was fell on all huiwls, that this district vhieh has developed wonderfully this yeir as u grain growing i*enliv hud been given a nasty crack in the govern - ment report. A meeting of the Hoard of Trade wus held on Tuesday night to consider the iimlter. There was a very rep/esentnt Ive n*t tetulunce. Secretary Harnes read the iv|)ort which appeared from this district in l the government bullelin. The dislriet covers 1,827 square miles and in-cbaK's lieHdiridge, Huyinond and Stirling nml covers all the territory adjacent to the Crow's Nest from How Island to St. Mary's. The report showVri that In ISM)."*, the spring wheat crop nreu was ft.128 with a total yield in bushels of 7(1.017. The estimated acreage for this year was 9,275 with a yield of 11:1,(118. For winter wheat 'or�, the figures were 41 DO acres, 0. These (ut a Is ai\* ont.x for the dis i rut at the tittttieiliate neif^hborhoo 1 of the Irrigation ditch. Mr l'.\ans in addressing the Hoard said thai since 10O0 the total >leb| hud alwa\s a\eragtnl J15 or .-'."J bush els of g niins to I he act**. Mr. Kxans in speaking of the statement that hud been issued by tin* government said he was certain it was not intended to purposely injure this d�s- t riel . At thiN piniii. W. C. |\i*s iutro due i| I he futlowing l*esolut lou, which wa- hi coirded by M. Ciivtliun. Thai Mi K\ans, Mr. IStttestm did the secretary be .i coiiiinituv to procure and hand i Mr. Simmons the facts in connection with the crop in Ijet hhi'algc district requesting Mr. Simmons to secure the priming of a supplement my bulletin by the de-t'urtineuf and distribute it as widely and in the same directions as the incorrect bulletin has been. \\ C. Simmons, M.1M*. remarked that this was not the first lime the crop reports for Monthem Allnu'la had I.....n Incorrei t. Two years n,;o Cardston bad entercnl a pnHe^t against unfair reports. When aslo-l to reronuuend n crop reporter '"r he! hbridge Mr. Simmons said be had recommended ,C H. Uowuiun but that gentleui-un lutd tlecliued to act lb* was in the dark as to who furnished the objectionable crop "c - port Mr Simmons look occasion to object to the crop reports uppeariag in lb'* Winnipeg papers, lethbridge or the countr.\ east of Murleod was never mentioned. The board of trade should see about it. l.ethhridge continually m*glectml In the Winnipeg papers He was glad to support Mr. Ives motion. Mr. Kevin mentioned that he thought H wus part of Mr. Humphries duties to look after crop reports. Mr. he's mot ion wa* unanimously curried. Auother resolution was passed instructing the secretary to write the and incjuiro if they would include reports from this district in their crop bulletins if the Hoard of Trade furnished reliable information Hum Only the Dressy kind Trash is unknown here Dressy Things for Dressy P�opk mm - t - i m -W 4 V* O r styles of Ladirs' Gouts, only n few of which are shown here, ore alwuyfl tho latest. Our manufacturers in the cost have^reprcsentft-tiyeu in Paris, Berlin, London ami New York, whicli'Jkcep them in constant touch with Dame Fashion's ever-changing*[fancios. Junt^m soon as tho new garmonts are on the market the makers choose tome of (he best designs in materials and style and forward Uhem to us, thereby enabling us to give you the strictly correct garments just as shown in'the biggest fashion ceutrca of the world. Only one coat of each kind is sent- You may re* n*snred that you will not meet the duplicate of your coat on the td.?if Lethbridge. Tho last shipment has just come to hand by express -uut is now ready for you to make your selection from. - - - - . t **** *^EJ ^j'M^^^^-' STYLE 1586~Thi9 is n stylish tourist coat made of light grey . tWL't'(l. perft'ctly tnilort'd nml beinitifully trinuned with strop*, buttons anil silk velvet, one of our best design Splendid Value at $20.00 No. LjSO STYLE 1623-Fine quality, all wool tweed tourist coat, with * M hood and bias straps. This is New York's latest novelty. Price $25.00 STYLE 1527-Smartly tailored tourist coat in fine quality, light grey tweeds, nattily trimmed with straps, buttons, silk.velvet, etc* Very Special Value at $15.00 Other Lines, Other Styles in great variety at prices from $8,00 up to $35.00 No. 1623. * - T If so, they are here in abundance and the best values you have ever seen. Fur Huffs. Fur Stoles, Fur Muffs, Caperinea, Fur Coats and Uatintlets /A MUM-OX NUNP rill) Our Big Showing of Ladies9 Fur-lined Coats will Surely Interest You. Prices from $30 to $125 No. 1527 Lethbridge, cahh' in uit'l )nsi us tho imutih� ua* alurn 1 to Invuk uji. In� ui'OKt* ami ummuiu'M tl�ilt lt�* lunl luftiirth- .mj iti4' iiuj* ivport to tin* Ktivrni - in.'lit I nun l.iMhluutt;*'- 'litis was tlu* man th** lluuiil luttt IKs-n Utokintf for, Imt Mr. ilmuiltoti rlnjiiml hiniM'li of all ^uitt uli^n 1>" nitul he only ivporttHj for tho town-siiiji in vv jii� It l.�*t hlM'.duo ivaw Kitutit-v'ti |�ondi*nts to art n j sunn* luwiiNhip*. l.KTIIIUtllKiK Plll/K WIXXKHS4. IliK Winnings With I'lmllry ut Turd* Nton Kulr. I ur li* tho i\VM. i* willing, Mr. phrhv will gnthor tht* statistirs tho Hrds woro twitt from IjothhridK** Th�* ! trio of white rorUs i*\hihiti*�l l>> A K. !luiiiplirt�*m woiv iiMirJi adnntv I K. X. IhirUor ih.* poultry pid^o. .h doclar.'d h\ ihi' i*\lol>iii�rs to l�o mi ox|hm*( at iho l>ii>iins?- TJu* Utf.ii pri/o w Minors ui-iv: John Uoiil. sotond in litfht hrah -mas: Sain Joiios. first in U-ghorns: 1-don I tost fa no, 1st in leghorn** luiith.'d ni Hmh�. Mr. Sumnor took JnJ and ih d in 'hat i-htss. Milan H.-st won first th harri*d rook. cot-U: li .1 tthilnoy. lind. In coi'kor*'ls. ti J \Mo1noy look lirst ami *>ht thiol Poult r.\ Pana scoond untlthil'tl (Mil Phiof farm got 1st and ih'd id jpullotK, harrt^l rook. HulY Hocks, i-iuk.- John l^ivinff- -loiio. IMon Host. l&ulT Hooks, lion- Kdon Ro^t, . LiviiigNlouo. |lu(T rock, cockorol*v-J, T^lvingKtoUi' J'nlhds-J. IJ \ ingslono 1st Anil Hook, took, ,*pooinl-A. Hum-phrtos. h'-n.v, 1st and 'Jnd A.. Hum-pliHos. lit tl Kdon Hvht. Pookwv|s~fsi and lind, Old OhJwf Poultry furm. Hluck miiaocaft, l>osl puir S. .Jono� 1st. Shaw 2nd, Simons 3rd. White Wyundotto, cock.- l�t, Old thiol Poultry farm; hoh, llobart t lowio. Si|\��r lai-cd wyandottoB, cock. - Phillips; hon, Phillips. Whltv Wyandot t�*. cockoivlti.- liit, Hnrh Sooii; Pullets tSnd and 3rd, Hugh Scott. Silver laced nnmhurgK.- Old Chief Poultry farm. Huff Orpiugtoti*, cock.-VMon H�st poultry farm; Pullet*, 3rd, 8am Jones. , Pokin Ducka.-U. J. Whitney. J. K, ('larko took Aral, prize for a mat our photos. 1st for pencil draw, lug and 2nd fur bost brown egga. Jut. Visk, one of the Okotoks imm who recently purchased considcroMd property here, will come here tJ iv� Kido in tho courao of a month. Ho has purchased the rosidonco occupied by Mr. Dacon and owned by G. C, LVoplay. Ho has great faith In the futur# of lrfthUrfUtfa. -t 1 r _ ^ Ll. 1 >r h o>^ *4 3 -V j-' J.. i- I*' - ^ - v\ jj1 ;