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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 27, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta IGe Herald VOLUME 1 LETlIBRiDl3B.ALBEllTA. THURSDAY. SEPTEMRKR 27. 1906. Overcoat Sale $S.OO to $20.00 Our full stock of Overcoats is now conipletu nml we are in position to oifer yon better vaiuKs ill tli(ts(> lines tban Ims ever been shown in Letlilirici^e. See onr wiiulow display ut $6.00 to $12.00 $2J.00 to $25.00 is the Price of the Bishop Fur Coats The Best Medium Price lar Coat Manufactiireil in CanaMOMON MACLEOD PONOKA VECREVILLE IIU.IIRIVKK MEDICINE HAT MED DEKR VBRMIUON INMSKAIL ___ WETASKIWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH r. Ci. K. NOURSB.  - - IIAHAOER EASTERN TOWNSHIPS ^ BANK ^ CAPITAL ........... $ ;{,(XX),0(K) reseijvk............... * l.lKIO.OdO HEAD OFFICE - - - SHERBROOKE, QUE. Wm. Farweli. - . President .tame>i Mackin'nos, ' Gen'Eral Manager 55 Branches and Agencies in Canada Two branches just opamxl in Allierta COLEMAN va4M the mmgciMBt of George Ewing TABER uAdcr the maaH'nent of F. E. Brine The patronage of these localities is resiicctfully solicittHl Savings Bank Dopirtinent in Connoction General Banking Business Carrie.^1 On' Eastern Townships Bank, Taber 0 ESTABLISHED 3817 Caplltl iH hUup..... RostrvtiPMad........ Balaacc Profit aid Lois. .$I4.III.IN . lf.lM.NI M5.IS9 Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: alailT HOK. LORD STaATHC'OMA AND.MOUHT aoVAL, 0. fl. M. O. VICE-PRESfDENT: noN. SIR aioaaa a. oaiiHMOMO. k. c. m. o. R. i. CLOUSTOM. aivcilAL Manaokn Brane{>es and Agencies at all tba principal points in Canada Also ill taondon, England, Now York, Chicago, Spokaneand Newfoundland Travellers' Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drafts sold svallsble at sll polnu Is Uaited Statu, Kurope and Canada Interest ellowecl en depoalla at current>�tea Lethbridtfe Branch - '^^^r' CROPS ARE LUGE Thresher's RcUinis Shew a Spkii' did Avf rile. M. Cannon, thy ontcrpriNini; lariiioi' I'roiii Stirling was-in tlie I'fty on Monduy nnd he lx>r(^ with him soniu lucts unnrttivont uf uKriculturti'K cah-ulfttionK about the crops in this liintrict ulV their I'rat. l'(l 1''*lft� whent, III.' socui'llI 1".> !\-'t iMIshl-IS ytKf lU'lV: From r>0 ncrcs of .MImm-Iu llmJ, ho bad MI bushi>ls por nc.ri*. From I wonty-^iK'ht nciw of .\ll)^rta hc.frot busht'ls |K>r ncro. From I'orly iicnis of oat.i, tlK* production was 'AO 4-5 liiifihi'lK fjor n'cro. Tho wheat woighwl in at 04 iwunds at the thr.'mhingr machine imd the �mts 'at 40 pounds. jNfr. Cannon reportc land, IIkiiikIi not irrigated. Mr. Cannon was coiifidenl the entire production or the Stirlini; rlistnct would go over 20 bushels to the acivs. ('. It. Diiniei linished thrashing his sid'inv: wheat on Monday. Frotu 543 acres he seiiirud l.l,5 bushels, an average oi a5�.J bushels to the acre. The Iwst yiehl was 271 bushels. 480 acres of oats and iKI acres of lla.\ have yet. lo l)e harvestefl. C. S. rrost averaged iW bushels to the acre on the most inferior porti .ill of his farm. .1, a. Silver is just about rmishod ihreslunf^. On some Ktrips of his liif; farm the production ran as high as :i2 bushels to the acre. fi. Stubbs and U. U. Wheeler, ihe cnlefpriKinB farmers. noiHh east of I lie city, completmi thrcshinR last week. They had excellent return.-i. ()n Mr. Stufob's fniia. 1950 bui^Ms. of wheat came from 70 acivs. 24:jri bushels of oats from 47 acres anO 1 fiO bushels of l.>arley from fi acrus Mr. Wh.>cler secured tfiOO bushels of wheat from 40 (i,di�n;'AR9a�-'tntsh" els of oats.;fro[ijj.^7.5 acres and :410 b'irsRels 4>f "barlef troiH 10 "acres: I^Atmr OM)FFiaALS Olr The llil FTommcrce Visit Uthbridlc. IlryonK:. Walker, general nianagoi' of the llank of Conuncrce, s|jent a coiiple of hours in the city this morn ing. lib camt> in from Medicine il.it by sp*!Cial train, and ufler Iwiii^ shown aroumi the city by Mr. .C. 1%, Nourite. the. local manager, lit: left for Mncleod and will proceed to �(.he coust, visitiiit( (he bank's branches on the wii.v. Mr. Walker was very much iiii-(iressed with the |iro({n'ssiv-(lul.-.> ap|�earanci> of llils i:Hy. .'Vcconipan.ving \lr. \V:ilkr wcim .tlrs. Walker and Mls.s Walker. I'kh W. .1. Alexander of I iiiveisity i-.ii-!e(?e. Toronto; It. t'as.scls. inaiuMi'i-ol, tije- Vonge stixx't niul tjiieen stiv.>i !ironcl)eK, Toroitto, who is acting as pri%'ate secretar.v to Mr. Walker and has charse of the trip. Now you get the pick-Later on you get tike Remnants You nigHI pay m6r� Youeaa*! get l�ttcr vahic Wilt roKMKn i.ETuniuiHiF. m\. Caviiah Coming to ihe 1\>p ii The East. TIF t;i' AT C.\l-tJ.%ltV. ' Mi*HS fSp'h'ial to the iterald.) Calgary, Sept. 27.- nuilUings i.rade.s thi-eaten a general t'o up owing. ten-ters strike. STrr�KNT SHOT. St Caiharines Young. Man Was Tak-. en ^Vir a IX'Ci'i (SpiTial lo the Herald.) ror.>i�te followed, was the ro!e*'ationwli'lcii Klliott C. Stevenson, supremo coun lillor of (ho T. O. F. nitter man, has been nominalt-d by New York Stale Itemocrats a.s candidate for tlovernor. SOT. DnnAUu ni:.MovCT�. fSpecinl to the Herald.) IJegiiia, Sask., Aug. 2;:.-The Scott government has dismissed Sgt. lle-barr who has be(>ii for many years llcens'.? ins|iector, his territory bein;; in the southern part of the province? and he was regarded liy the lal',-goveruiiieiit as a competent ollicial. The Sergeant was ass.)ciated with much of the earlier hislor.v of the U. V.W.M.I*, and he is familiar wsit-ion is one which will lie a jjood promotion lo a .voung man vho has made gratiiying progress in tin.' business that h� has chosen. The mills at' Itichford arc c.vtcn.siw, and the now po^iiton will he one of considerably incivascd responsibility The plant is one for the manufacture of fc>� has boon active in IJ.s suppoi>t ff, :ind.;.|>airv Unp-of'rspVii't*' He is. peiliaps, betlei-Known in this liiu�d out of the series. He was also a menrlxM- ol (he famous .Athletic ii-i-lietlwll (earn, along with llaro.d Armstrong and oilier alhletics wlio have won fame ffir theni��lvvs. I". Iiaseball he wa.s known as a menVior of the F.Kcelsiors of three yen.rs aa-o, and lns( yenr pidliefl for the" Si. fohn's team In (he Ouild T^ague. Mr. Caviinah i.s Coloiir-Sersvt. if Vo. � Co 111' (111- ."iTtli Reginient. iiiid in Ibi.'i line of !icl ivit.v. a"s well as in liny odior in wlildi he engapi^l, '.e was siiccessfiJ. He will leave Pe!-orboi-oiiirli villi I lie ver.v liest. wls'ii.^s of his many warm friends, who nf (-onfidenl thiVI lie will "nmke n'ood" 'n the laro-er responsibilities whi-'h he will (iike up,in his new posltionr S A S K ,\ rt  HF.W A V T.KOI SIjAT-^ ITRK. (Special (o (he Herald.) Regina. Si'|>(. 27-The winter .session o;' tlie provincial legislature w ill comniciice i...mel,--lars .short. Already Men are Talking about Out Magnificent Display of Furs Tfs ft 111,11 !(>!� of jfeiit^ral t^oniinetit. Tlio splendid qtialiiy of Ftirs and Workiiiaiisliip. nnd our i.^ocidtnlly Malcrale Prices, 'I'lic paniiiioiiiit ft'iitiircs in tliis display of l.ndics' and Gcntlo-inen's t'lirs is Mic tiiarked distinctiveni'ss of Btyi�\ clegnTicR. f^xcelleiicu of woikniansliiii.atid Die rcinarkahle valn(>s reim'sonfcd in Sontliard's prices, 'riicn tiifro is tlif Ftirs Ui(>ins(>lvf'8- tlie finest (luiililies llial �!.\pnrt skill foiild si'lfct Jind tliafs important. Thi* woikniunship is ((p to llit^ liis^ii Sodtliard standard. an�l styles art> antliorilive. AiU'uH^k'r you aro safe in Iniyint? tliat Fnr or Fur-liii�*d C'Dat at Sontliard's. I'arli aKsoitint'iit. nutit tiifir must c.xaclin^ rly sewed and very durable, and 50in. loiit{. Kstra value at Slo.lH). Men's Racoon Coats Exlra choict; iiorlliern skins, lu.-avlly fnirt'd. besls Italian lininc^s 52in. long, .litiO.dU. Men's Fur-lined Coats Tniijortcd Blaek Beaver Cloth, i^liell liiuul in liotly and sleeves with Natural Mnskiat Persian Lamb Collar. TiOin. long, $;)().00 Men's Heavy Fur-lined Coats Tinporli^d lil.iek or Blno Betivtjr Cloth, shell lined in liody and sleeves'-' with ehoiee Cauadiu-i Muskrat, large Ott�r Collar, raiseii steams and |M||%KmY ba I rell hnttons. Southard's price, 18107.50. lJ�.yi�-Wi% SOHtltord's At Eastern Prices Oiir 3tor8,.vent up back, fly front, velvet collar, best mohair lining throughout. Southard's price.......-...... .fIg.OO SOUTHARD Lethbridge. Alta. i)A\E Ki.Tov stjcins. (From the .Uagriith I'ioneer.) Mr. Don Kiiiiluiil is now in I^�tl>  britlil,ridge i� a gem but if that bustling city cm  linueS to grow as it has started out to do, ere long it will be (oo small. Miss McCaig of (he iV-ll Teleplioin-Company, Lothbridg-e, was in lown on Monday, the guest of Mis. Seiv' Hrtlderson. , >faragcr Vaismilh came nut on a N|>eclal train last Thursday and vis- iled I lie ilreilgo al \vorU on lliu can-iii. 'pu' Jloii. .\1 iiilKl.i'r of .V^riciil -lure partook o( l.lic spU-iiilirl coin-liirls iif Ihiit spociiil i. iost and wiile iiwaicu of the fraler -ni(y. il. Moe.-C!. I*, ri. ageii(, li.is l; duiiiiv iti llii,-- after wreck had ocninvd al .Marh-oil, l in.' nioriilng iiii.vi'il siarii-il as usiiiil lur MarliMxl, Willi a iiuiuIum' of |iasson-f^iTs. 'rill' u'lM-k li.iil occiiri-i'tl at the .switch ihi.s siile of .Maclooil, a 'uc.t uliiih tlin (Icspateller knew. If ther; Ma.s 111) i;iinrMiitt>e timt the pas.scn -gii-.s could be brought lo Jlaclood, hi' sliould not have sdirted the triiiii Old. Hilt hi^ dul, ami the pas.senss'.jcs iiiissfd the Calgary connection. Wby'.> lli'caiise (ho train was held at Peilrcn for an hour or so. We are not riin-iiiiig a rfit,Irond, biil, ne can s,.k5 far .�iioiigli ahearl to iMiderstan.'l that It wiiiilcl lia\e been easy to accomoriMto Ihe passengers ),y running the tritin up lo (he \vie(!k, allowing the pas-soiiK-eis to vnlk mound it and'boaid lite ('alga,ry train, which could have easily liacki'd down the iwlle on i Im oilier side,. lint, oh no, the pns.sen-gers liiid to inis.s connectioii.s on ii.c- cnunt of odiciivl.s. the thoughtlessness oCsoniu .Mil. WAlJvKU I'KKDICTS CMtEAT- j;i{ A 111: A IV WKST. - i Winnipeg, Man., Sept. 19.-Mr. II. ' I.;, W'.ilker, g-eneral manager of;the ftaiik of Commerce, doli\x>red an ad-tlress l>efore (he meniilH'rs ol thu Hoard of Trade on >lonireek' hi ihe Yartnoiith bank case fell froni ph.vsic fatal. ;