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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald VOLUME 1 LI 1 IIHkllKil NUMBER 46 Attention HBK BIG SHIRT For the WORKWOMAN Big Shirt is the best workingmans shirt iu The buttons are all scnm on by hand The button holes Are bar break The seams are all double The gussets are The Big Shirt rests its case on the points of Quality and The 2 Macs Only Exclusive Mens Outfitters In Lethbfidge LEAVINGS NANTON STAVELY LETHBRIDGE P1NCHER CREEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD PONOICA VEGREVILLE MEDICINE IEDDEER VERMILION WETASKIWIN IUGII KIVEU LETHBRIDGE BRANCH MANAGER EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK iOOOrOOO HEAD OFFICE FARWKLL PRESIDENT JAMES GENERAL 55 Branches and Agencies in Canada IVo branches just opened in Alberta COLEMAN under the management of George Ewing TABER under the managsmeat of Brine The pjitronago o these localities is respectfully solidfotl Savings Bank Depirtmcut in Connection General Bankini Business Carried On Eastern Townships Tober Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 til paid Reserved BiUnce Profit and Montrea1 PRESIDENT HIGH r AND MOUST VICJ2PRESTDENT SIR GBORGE THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Paidup Reserve HEAD TORONTO General Manager Genl Manager BRANCHES THROUGHOUT AND IN THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED FARMERSVBANKINa Every facility afforded Farmers for their banking Sales Notes cashed or taken for BANKING BY may be made or withdrawn by Outoftown accounts receive every BANK ROBBED Got Over Three Thous and DARING BURGLAR AT KlNiSTlNO Canadian Bank of Commerce was ihe to the night the Jiiiik of Commerce ivus robbed in the brief absence of Cndy the The assistant in un made a to grasp the as saihiist nceiveil another shot which just his Itlt lumpt uiid look a piece of hs Thy robber with MAY OPEN HERE Imperial Bank Has its Eyes on IL nianatjux of thii Juiperial and Covk shuttof one the direct ors of the Tuesday Iwro ami WLre about the cityand by and Mj They have ccn touring the west forseveral inspecting branch es of the bank and looking for de locations for new Lethbridgc is the places they have in view and it is not iin likely bank will opsn a branchhere in the near future Wilkie vouhi not make any tirf iiitc The Merchants Northern Hank and Bank of Hamilton an iaid to have their cyeson Iethbridge DISASTER JN tNGLAND Terrible Wreck on the Great Northern to the The K express on tho Great Vor railway leaving London night was reported wrecked of Crantham at The train should have stopped at thf but thebrakes failed towurk train dashed around n at high speed and over an cmbank The online turned turtle coachvs followed and imincdiate ly took so far ten bodies have been recovered from the CROPREPORT Caused Much Indigna BOARD OF TRADfFTAKES ACTION WiU Furnish Department With the Correct iisu rciOrt sent out by the Jtepart of concerning the crops in tho JJtthbHdge and Curds ton histricts aroused much iitdig nation in the as it was ieit on all that this districtvhidi lias developed wonderfully tins year its a grain growing centre had Iwen given a nasty crack in the govern ment A mctting Board of Trade held on Tuesday night to Con sider the There was a very representative Secretary Bariums read the report which appeared from this in the go vermtwnt The district miles and m eltides Raymond ami Stirling ftJK covers all the territory adjacent to the Crows Aest from liow Island to The re port showed that in the spring wheat crop area was with a total yield in bushels of The estimated acreage for this year was with a yield of For winter wheat in the figures were 4190 49127 Oats in 3688 bushels in 5200 bushels 4079bush els bushels Flux 0 225 bushels hail during the after noon hurriedly gathered some figuny to the Department of Ag nciilture He that in spring Crest luu threshed 20 bushels tc the and acres at 24 bti els to Stubbs 18 acres at 30 bushels to the acre ncresat 1 7 to the a total yieUI of 5229 with an average yield of bushels to Ihe in fall wheat Newton had tlmtv seven acres SiUxi 1000 acres a total of HS8 Wheeler estimatw the oat crop In Coaldalo run 45 bushels to the of ihe com pany furnished the following figures Wheat acreage in Letlrbridge including Kaymond and Siis niJCJK AMOTIXT OF Special to the Portage La ii day local customs odice R74 tons of 80 pound steel rails val ued nt otlicJalv enteroil into Canada from The duty pair was The is for tise on the Brancnes and Agencies at all ths principal points in Canada Also iu New Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drifts sold available all points la United Knrope and Canada Interest allowed on deposits at current Vales U Lethbridge Drancn to the the ing session of the Methodise the hook and pu fommitteo on the decision f western not lo ask for of a church ask conference to make Chriii tan Gnardiun n strongur Western the appointment of a western niixn as assistant editor of the In view of tins n of TSnglish people who have sottleJ Canada was felt that the Ttfethod 1 tsrtsshould have one hnnilrcrl fields of labor this Tho name of ContralMevh odiist is mentioned as editor of DEATH OF to the Ci surrounding the death of Cook ami burin of Iom laby in the back yard of the Cook seven miles back of Highland have led Crown At torney to make investigation of Cook says the child was when Itorn ami on advise of his doc tor Uurird it in hack died of blooxl poisoning btirjcfl in Tyrust acreiigc acreage Other acreage Thosfj totals arc only for the t in the iiumovliate of the irrigation ditch Kvaris in ailrlrossing the Board suid that since 1000 total yield had always averaged or els of gisiins n thr Ilvuis in of the statement that had been issucsd by The government said he was certain it was Hot in tended to purposely injure this dis At this Ivcs iirtrj ducLd the following which was srroirdid That Pat teson the secretary bo a conuniftte to pro cure and luind to Simmons facts in connection with the crop in Lethbiidgo district rccmcsting Situmons to secure the printing of a supplementary bulletin by the de Piirlnxiif md distribirio it wirle ly ytwl in the same directions ns t he incorrect bulletin has remarked that this was not the first iime the crop reports for Southern Alberta had been Two years ago Cardston had entered a protest against unfair When nskel to ivconuuend a crop Simmons said had iwotmmndcd Howman but gentleman hal to Ho in the dark as to who fur nished the objectionable crop V Simmons tookoccasion object to the crop reports appeartn in Winnipeg Ijothbridge or the country of Maclcod never The hohrvl of trade should S4t about Lethbridge continually iipgleoted in the Win nijog Ho was glad to sup port Ives Kevin monlioned that he thought U part of I Humphries duties to look after rop Tves motion was unanimously NOT Special to the ro of John mrivnt yosterday is positively denied this Another resolution was pnssotl I struct ing the secretary to write Mi and inquire if would in elude reports front this district their crop bulletins if tho Board Trade furnished reliable information Tf the is nun phrios will gather the statistics the this Ifamiilo Only the Dressy kind TratK is un here DrcMy for Dreuy Peopk As Dame Fashion Decrees Or styles of Ladies only a few of which are ihowu are always Ilia Our theeast tiyes in London ami New them iu constant touch with Dame Fashions soon as the new garments are on the market the makers choose tM of the lest designs in materials and style and forward to thereby enabling iis togive you the strictly jusi as shown biggest fashion centres of the Only t one coat of each kind is You may that you will not meet the dnplicafe of your coat on the Vi r The last ghipmeut has just come to hand by expre ati is now reaJy for yon to make your selection STYLE is a stylish tourist coat made of light grey perfectly tailored and beautifully trimmed with buttons silk one of our best design Splendid Value at STYLE Fine all wool tweed tourist with hood and bias straps This is New Yorks latest Price STYLE tailored tourist coat in fine light grey nattily trimmed Avith silk etc Very Special Value at Other Other Styles in great variety at prices from up to DO lYOU NEED IE tliey are here in abundance and the best values you have over Fur Fur Fur Fur Coats an Ganutlfts Our Big Showing of Ladies9 Furfined Coats will Surely Interest Prices from WMNP HIM SOUTHJIRD aine in ami just us the mccttiijj ias to bivak he aroso amiouncwl that he had d the crop report to the govern unit from This was the man tho Hoard hid wenlooking but JIamiltou himsetf of all guilt when he he only reportwl for the towu shij was sitiuxt the Silver farm and big crop producing districts wore not in this llum ilton oxplahictl thct each township was supposed to have n crop re porter and the statement for the district was made up from 1heir VIvnns said it wns ovkin reports had lien for town ships 8 and in ranges the profluciug vicinijy of Simmons saul U imposs iblr to pM to net n sonte passcnfivr trains nvrtdo UvMr first trip to the new depot last The station is well nn maWs a splemliil From now on the trains will in liiir Winnings With Poultry at Curd ston The poultry exhibit at Ihe Cards ton Fair was the largest Al this Sixtysix birds were sent from I ho trio Of white rocks exhibited by Humphries were much Barker the poultry s declared by the exhibitors to exiHMt a the HMie local prize winners were second in light brah mas Sam first in Leghorns in took i Jnti onJ in Ua flest won first in barred cock L In Whitney lookfirst Old Chief Poultry Farm second and Old Chief farm got 1st and in 15nT John LiTJng Huff Huff TJvinffslonc 1st nnd Hum phries 1 si rtiul 2nd Hum phries Kden and Old Chief Poultry tuack wet pnjr Jones Shaw Simons White Old Chief Poultryfarm Robert Silver laced Phillips ICneh Scryit 2nd and Hugh Silver Iacci Old Chief Poultry Hun poultry farm Sum Ivkin Clarke took rtist for anwtrur 1st for pencil ing and 2nd for best brow7i one of the Okotoks who recently purchased consiJvralIi property will conwz hero to side in the coxirse of a He has purchased the residence occupied1 by Bacon ovrnel by Tfe has great faith in tH future Of ;