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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 20, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe Lethbridge Herald VOLUME 1 LtTlIBKIDGE. ALBEBTA. THUBSDAY. SEPTEMBER 20. 1906. NUMBER 46 HBK �man BIG SHI RT jntcntion For thB WORKINGMAN H. B. K. Big Shirt is the best workinjjnian's shirt In Cnnnda. The buttons are all sewn, on by hand The button holes are bar tacked - can't break The seams are all doublu stitched-can't rip. The gussets are re-inforced-can't tear. The H. B. K. Big Shirt rests its ease on the points of Comfort, Quality and Workmanship The 2 Macs Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters In Lethbridge THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Ptid-up Capital, $10,000,000. Reserve Fund, $4,500,000 HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO a. B. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gcn'l limgtt BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IN THE UNITED TATES AND ENGLAND A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED FARMERS* BANKING Every facility afforded Farmers for their baaldBg bnaiaesa. Sales Notes cashed or taken for coUection. BANKING BY MAIL.-Deposits may be made or withdrawn by nail. Out-of-town accounts receive every attention. CALGARY ri.AKKSIIOLM KOASONTON HIGH UIVEK I\.MSFA1L BRANCHES IN ALBERTA LEAVINGS NANTON STAVELY LETHBRIDGE PINCHER CREEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD PONOkA VEGREVILLE MEDICINE HAT f*ED DEER VERMILION WETASKIWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSE. - -  MANAGER EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK ^ cAPiTAf................$ ;{,otX),ooQ beserve____........... S 1,000, Liondon, England, New York, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the v/orld. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Oraftn told available 4t all point* io UaitedStaiei, ISurope and Canada lnt*r�sl allowed on depeail* at currenljrat�� Lethbridge Branch - B. r. REEVE Manager BANK ROBBED Got Over Three Thousand Dollars. DARING BURGLAR AT KINISTINO Canadian Bank of Commerce was the Sufferer. (SpC'ciul lu the llornUI.) KinisLino, Husk., Soj>t. '20.- IaihI, night the Hiiiik of (.'oiniiiercfi was rolibed in the brief alweiicc of Cady the tnanagt-r. 'J'lie ns'iislant Hick -JDiin imiilc a |ilung� to gras|> the as-.sailniit rciceived another shot which jiiHt grazed his left (einpl aiid took a Rni.all fiiece odt of his eai-. The rol>l>er fl�l with SJ{,700. MAY OPEN HERE Imperial BanK Has its Eyes on Lethbridge. T). II. Wilkie, general manager of the Jiiiperial JJaiik, and Chas. Cwik-shutt of Toronto, one of the directors of the bank, spent, Tuesday h�!ro and were shown about the city and CDuntiy by P. h. Xaisinith oikI T. M. Evans. They have lieen touring the west for several weeks, insiH-cting branches of th*! bank and looking: for desirable locations for new branches. Ix'thl)ridge is one, of tlw placas they have in view and it is mA un likel.v the Jmpcriul bank will op-sn a liranch here in the near future Mr. Wilkie vould not make any tuf-ini'tc unnounccnient. The Merchant's Hank, Northern IVank and Bank of Huniilton are f.aiil to have their ojeson Lethbridge too. '' DISASTER jN ENGLAND Terrible Wreck on the Great Northern Railroad. (Speiial 1o the Herald.) London, Kng., Sept. 20.- The cron-d�l o.xpivss on the Groat Vor-Ihern railway leaving T..ondon Ifsl night was i-eportod wreckoti outsical custotn.s ofllce 31,-(i71 tons of 80 pound steel rails valued at SI5,001.1,000 were oIlKialiv enietosl into CanaUs i.> g commiiteo on the decision f Mi.- western delegwtes not to ask for \ )w establishment of a church or,j.>;i. will ask conference to make 'Chriii- lan Guardian" a stronger cenirxl r�l wonderfully this :.opartment of Agriculture statement.' He showe.l that in spring wheat, Gi-ost had threshed 96 acres at 20 birsliols to the acre, and 106 acres at 24 bushels to the nne, .Stubbs 18 acres at 30 bushels to the acre; Larsen, 7r> iiere.sat 17 to the acre, a total yield of 6229 bii.shcls with an average yield of 21.10 bushels to the acre. In fall whcw^ Xewton haeaking of the .statement had been issued by the government said he was ceitnin it was not intended (o purposely injure this district. .\l this (iiiliil, W'. C. Ives Intro-duc.'d the fullowiiig ivaolution, which \vi\s si'i-iimltsl by M. Fixvman. Thai Mr. K\iins, Mr. I�iitte.son nid the seiretai'y lie a conutiitlcc to procure and hiiiKl to Mr. Simmons the facts in cotiiieclion with the crop in Ijellibi'iilge di.strict rcqueMting Mr. Siniinoiis to secure the i�riivting of a supi)lenioijlaiy bulletin by the de-liarliiKwit and distribute it o.s widely and in the .same directions as the incorrect hulletin has lieen. W. ('. Simiiioiis, M.l'.J'. remarked that (Ills was not the first iinw the crop reports for J^oulhorn .Vlborta had been Incorrect. 'J'wo years ago Carclslon had entercsl a protest against unfair reports. When asUe;l to recomnu'iKl a crop reporter ;'.ir Lethbiidge. Mr. Simmons saiil !;e hast jiroduciiiK' lounsliip.s in 'he vicinity of Lfthhriflge. Mr. Siiiinions sniil il wii.s imposs-ibto to get (�(irr0(i. Mr. Sumner took i-'iitl iiml 3iil in 'hnt lOden Uest won first in burreil rock, cock; II. .1, Whittie.v, 2iul. In cockt-rels, II. ,/. Wliiiiiey look liist and Old Chief Poultry Kami second and thir.l Old Chiff farm gut 1st and 3rd in pullet.-i, barrL>d rock. BiilV Bocks, cock.-^ .Tohii LiTlnit!-htone. VNlen Best. Bull' Boeks, hen.-Kden Bout, .1. r.,ivingstone. BiilT rock, cockerelfir-J. Livingstone riillets-.T. Livingstone 1st and 2iid, WW.le Hock, cock, .spuciiil-A. Humphries; hens, 1st ^; ilrd Kden Kvsi. Cocl�oii?l.s-tst ami iimi. Old Gh!�r Poultry farm. Black niinorcas. Iwst pair S. .Tones 1st, Shaw 2nd, .Simons 3rd. White Wyandotte, cock.- Ist, Old Chief Poultry- farm; hen', nobert Howie. Silver laced wyamlottes, cock.- Phillips; hen, Phillips. ^ - ,:. White Wyandotte, cockeiwlu.- l�t, Hnf* Scott; Pullets, Snd and flrd;; Hugh Scott. Silver laco- Old Chief-Poultry farm. Bufl' OrpiiigtoitN. cock.-I'Won Rest poultry farm; riillcts, .trd, Sam -.Tones. . IS'kIn nucka.-^tl .T. WliUne.v. .T. K. Clarke took i^iKt prize Tor > aniHteur photos, 1st for iwncil draw, ing and^iid Tor tie�t brown cgyti. .las. Pisk, ono W the OkoToks mm" who rocAtttly purchasMt conaiU�raM�';., property here, will come here to ivr\ side in the coumo of a inoath h�H purt-hascd the ivnidenco �iecuplad';-/y; by Mr. Bacoii nnd owinxl bj^ O." C;. Cropley. He has gwiat faUh- Itijht futtiii of JjethMOg*. v^:j^^!K}^;i^ m ;