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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tin? DATLY HERALP OF CARDSTON ENJQYS. PROSPERITY A Joint Account iu the Uiiiuii Bank of .Canada U the best place _______ for the family fuadtf. KiLlicr gf two or more persons can deposit or withdraw money'M In. Iowa u very convenient nrrnngemcut. In case of death the balance goes Lo tlie survival without any legal formalities. Ask Lhc Manager about this form of Account, 0. R. TINNINO, Miniger A. b. KING, Act'fl. Manager .ETHBRIDGE BRANCH 1RAESY LAKE BRANCH Cil llircailaecdlt, El, E.C. M. C. UA1T SM1TB, AMUtuI Reliable Information First Hand tint lo what those who are Interested in uom- merclally and Industrially want. Such iarormatloa can tic had every week by reading THE FINANCIAL POST OF CANADA The Financial Post gives aiUheutlc and up-lordnte'information every wocll ragttrdlug Canadian bualiicBS conulllunR. The Financial Post is quoted as an authority by leading Anierl- cim tind British publications when In Canadian Invcstinenta The Financial Post sets lirnt hnnd information which h often times excluoivc. The Invtstors' Information Bureau through which, reliable in- formation caa be hail concerning ally Canadian investment, is tree to subscribers. All correspondence is treated confidentially. Write for a sample copy and further information concerlns The Financial Post of Canada "The Canadian Newspaper for G. HASSARD, Western Manager 301 Dominion Trust Bulldlna REGINA, SASK. When you do any pointing inside or outside the house better be lure of best results by using M-L Pure Paints. Colon ire iad cieM llun ihan mail piiot (Odd inb, -llhlolM-l.r. kiada. Spread! Ulier, eoverimor ip.ci.l ialr.dicnt lul d hivt a Blorc M-L FLAT WALL And you do 16 a nlhrr surlflcc.inil ibo.i tirict Ib, Iliol lo MrrT OBl .lion. Artiilio, ;..rv soldi HART, PATTERSON CO. 313, THIRTEETTH ST. N, PKONE 94 f PHONED POST OFFICE BOX Our Are Signs of fclic Times figure on a Sign for You. The Revio Co. Palnterc and Avenue South 0 Bushels Wheat a Common Record CunJbLon, Scpl. wlmt ac- .Ion will bo taken by tlie Gardabua municipal council In the mutter ot the grnvlly nystcm, Irregularities In which l.iive boon found io bo nrosent, not known, but at tbe uext meeting ol1 tho council which will bo held this evening tho question will bo' finally HCitllHl. Crops Good at Cardtlon Tho crous In tbe Cardelon district are aiilendld this year. The dialrlct li oxuertencluK an unprecedented'era of Just now, and trade and Business IB flourishing, according to tlio assertions or inerchantfi, bankers arid influential citizens of Ihe town. Forty-five bushels ol wheat to the aero is no uncommon thing, in the !ardnton district. All ot the fill wheat Is now cut. and a good per of the spring wheat Is also down. Judges Entertained ur. live stock judges, appointed-by the provincial government, 'were en- tertained .by tho secretary of'the i'alr, Joseph'T. GuTd, during their slay in Cardacon, and the various features of the lov.-ii were shown them by Mr. Card, Including tb-3 flhe new taber- nacle. They were'present at'the mu- sical festival and tho Sunday after- uco'n rehearsal of tho Dry Farming chorus. They were delighted with Inclr reception at Cardston, Mr. Up- per, the ho-rae Judge, remarking that U was more like a pleasure trip than M. I.- A. Meeting The conjoint meeting of the Card- Mutual Improvement Association was held in the aBOembly hall on Sunday evening, with President (Lamb iu charge. A program was ren- dered of moflt liifilriietive and enter- taining numbers. There good- ly congregation present, and the ser- vice was much enjoyed. Miss bazi-er, B. A.. Instructor of literature and English at the Knight Academy, and Prof. Xye, of the same Institution, spoke on educational 'topics, encourag- ing the young men and women of the Cardstdn district to attend the church college at Raymond. A solo, "0 Loving was then very admirably rendered by Mr. Rhynd Jaraleson, of Lethbridge. Mr Nye also gave" a solo, aud Olr. Hieler a recitation. Owen Brown delivered >an able lec- ture on 'the subject of "Religious Tol- explaining the Mormon view, of lulu question, 'which was to allow all ineii to worship ab their conscience dictated. At the English Church The adherents of the -Church, of In Curdaton KFO very for- tunate In having ono of tho moit cap- a bio rwlara and ono of the neatest mid moat attractive cliurchea In Uie weat. Sunday tho Kicrtiwnt Uio Lord's Supper was adinlniiitered Kiid tbe nev. -MowHt preached a most Instructive and cloriiicnt sermon on 'Charity mid the Higher taking in au illustration the works ot tbe late General Booth, who exemplified the nobility of character to an unus- ually inarkdd degree. Next Sunday there will be no service at the An- glican church, an Uio Rev. Mr. Mowat attending the Olupter, at Maclwd. Building Actlvi Building la active at Carditon, mid nkllled artUana flnd no dlfllculty In securing itcady employment. The CooinbH hlock is now well under way and the new opera house, being built by Mark Spencer, Is now up to the second storey. S. S. Newton la the contractor In charge of this work, and he IH .'rushing the building to complo- tiou'.wlth all poselble dlspstcli. When the play house la completed It" will be the moat stylish anil attractive In Cards ton. Short Itemi of Intereit Secretary of the Magrath Agricultural Society, was a visitor lo the Cardsion fair, returning Monda; morning. G. "W. Heathershaw, prt sideht of the Garden City Board of Trade, !was also a visitor. They werf I SUSPENDERS illssaiiefnotlon. you're Judge. Move ami 'Hie cords folloAv. mist, proof rantals: ran't ;