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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta t IP f PAOI six THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER .30, IJOt. I EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK INCORPORATED 1859. CAPITAL AND RESERVE A general Banking business transacted Accounts of Mer- chants and Farmers invited Savings Bank Department in connection, deposits and upwards received and in- terest allowed at highest current rates. ROUND STREET Old Sage Store J. A. R. ROME, Manager. High Bail For Log Thieves Lethbridge Branch THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO S. I. WAIKER, President ESTABLISHED Paid-up Capital, AUCtalCDER LAIRD, General Manage Reserve FlUld, Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards are received and interest allowed at current rates. Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more -persons and withdrawals made by any one of them or by the survivor. 134 lethbriitgc Branch C G. K. Nourse, Manager OF CANADA Capital, lest and Cidlvttei Proiils Exceed I j Vincher Creek, Sept. charac-. ter well known in this neighborhood ter well known in this and neighbor-! ing towns by tha so'ariciuet "Old was sentenced to three months in the ilacleod jail for giving liquor to an interdict. It would almost seem as if Abo had an unconquerable j lilting for government food and at- tention. It is only a few months, since he was released from a seven; months incarceration for giving liq-j j uor to an Indian. The examinations of candidates for the ministry in the I Methodist church are taking place here in the edifice of that denomina- ition from Tuesday, to Thursday.' Those writing for the examinations are S. S. Peat of Cowley and Thos. 'Taylor oi Fisbura. Rev. R. E. Fin-i ley, Methodist pastor here, is ing examiner. Rev. JV .31. Harrison, of is to occupy the pulpit of the Sleth- j on Sunday, Oct. 17-' For stealing logs from the "Land- Ernest Kroesing and John Kroesing were remanded by Magis- trate Mowat for trial at the next district court in Macleod. The evi- dence brought up was of a con-j tradictory character. The seriousness j of tho charge may be conceived to j some extent .when bail went up to the, extent of for each man to gain his temporary liberty. j .Rain.fell, here .today.and live perature is .considerably lower in consequence. Provide for fte Futire You have no guarantee that yon will always be able to do .your present work, or make jour present income. It is in lay aside a certain amount regularly, and build up a reserve fund. The best way to "do this is to open a Savings Acconmt in ;the Union on f which Interest will be iMghest current rates. It will lessen your worries, and increase yomr self-respect. Lethbridga Branch-J. R. Manager. Stirling F. Scnimnowski.Actmg Manaftr. Grassy W. Baillle, It will pay you to with iii. I It will pay you to tradi with ui. Co. Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-28 HARVEST TIME Should :be a season of plentiful money for many of our people, and much of this shou'd find its way in- to the Bank. We wish to remind all of the fa- cilities o! -the BANPL OF TORONTO for con-ducting i-he business of fanners and town and city people. Surplus, money should be deposited in our Savings Department where it will earn in- terest and where it will be SAFE j.ntil required for use. Small or large amounts may be deposited _ or withdrawn at any INCORPORATED 1855 LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, f. W. McEachern Manager The University, of Alberta STRATHCONA, ALBERTA WOULD RESTORE SILVER Sept. an address today before the American Mining Congress in. session here, Jas. A. Heekman, secretary of the Merchants' and Manufacturers' Board of Trade of New York, said: "Seems to be sell evident that this govern- ment should take the lead for res- toration of silver." "judge G. C. Good-win, Salt Lake j City in course of his address, said, i "There is nothing, to except to de-j monetize gold or to give recognition j to Matriculation Examinations begin -September 21st. Classes open Sep- tember 23th. Courses offered leading to the .'B. A. Teaching willjbe given in 1SW9 in 1st, 2nd, 3rd years Jn Arts and 1st and 2nd years in Applied Science. Calendars on application. of the University. QUEBEC M. P. UNSEATED Quebec, Qtie., Sept. Portier, M. P., 'for Lotbiniere was unseated 'today "by court because of bribery -by his agents in the last general election. PASSENGER KILLED New York, Sept. A steerage passenger, Anresg G-onowski was killed during the voyage of the steam- er Kron 'Print Wilhelnu On Septem- ber 26, -while the steamer was rolling heavily a large table troke adrift in the steerage, struck Goaowakicand injured him so badly that he died shortly afterwards. He "was buried at sea. It -will pay ,you to -trada with ,ui. Haneer Lumber Co. 242-20 Cowley Cowley, Sept. popular aai genial postmaster, Mr. Mclvor, ii a pretty tall man normally, but it is safe to say that he has felt several inches taller than usual receiv- ing a telegram on. Friday evening from Wiartcn, Ont., Mrs. Mc- Jvor has been spending her holidays, that a. bouncing baby-girl has been born to himself and Mrs. Mclvor. Their many friends in Cowley will be fflad to learn that mother and baby are doing well. Tho provincial weed inspector, Mr. Marshall. had..; TV Tredale summoned before Justice Bedell on Monday last on a charge of neglecting to have the noxious weeds on his "premises des- troyed. As it was the first case the kind in this vicinity the justice took. a lenient view of it. On prom- ising to carry out the inspector's- or- j ders he was reyuirod to pay only the j costs'of the court. It would be well for the -ranchers in j the neighborhood to make a' note of; this and get rid of their weeds, as' we have the word of the inspector, that he means to do his duty with- out .fear or favor while he holds the position. H. C. Ritchie, who has spent most of the summer ia -this vicinity, in charge of the hydrographic survey for tho Dominion government, resigned his, position last week and returned to Toronto to finish his course at the School of Practical Science. C. McKerral, a Scottish rancher, who has been baching for a number of years-near Cowley, had.the pleas- ure of receiving his wife and family last week. Mrs. .McKerral, three chil- dren and a lady-friend. Miss Thomp- son, landed .here from Scotland on. Friday evening. McKerral met them at the Cowley took them out to his ranch on Saturday, delighted to be transfer his household, duties, to -his .wife. ..On Miles ship- ped in ,A car load of heavy horses, bought from John Clark of Crowfoot The shipment ccnsister of 19 very Jfins heavy horses, Mercer of Burmis, 'beef buyer, was in. town .last, week arrangdng for the shipment of cattle bought .Messrs. Fletcher, Tanner and Webber of the Stauntpn Bros, shipped a. carload cattle to Blairmore on Tues-- day, The threshing ,gan.g ,of the Bower- roan, 'outfit struck .for higiher wages on. Monday. They were promptly paid, off and no trouble was experien- FRESH from the GARDENS OF THE FINEST TEA PRODUCING COUNTRY IN THE ISLANJ) OF CEYLON II SA1ADA" DELICIOUS-PUR E-HE A LTH- AT ALL GROCERS TEA ced in getting to take their places. The Buchanan outfit started thresh- ing with their new gasoline engine on Friday near the town. They are re- ported to bo doing excellent We understand the Knight outfit'has shut down for the season. The Cowley waterworks has been somewhat demoralized for a week or more past% The'foreman has had a. gang of men at work digging to find the leak in the pipes, and he informs us everything will be running as us- ual in a few days. The hot' wave passing over this dis- trict for the last few days gave us summer, conditions again .and was very much enjoyed. But it gave way to rain and high winds this morning. AGREEMENT ENDED Loridonr Sept. foreign of- 'fice 'issued a notification of. intention of the "United States to terminate on January 1, the com- mercial 'agreement of November-1907 travellers' samples and British -works of art. CANADIAN BRIEFS Hamilton, Out., Sept. Thompson, a high school boy, broke his leg while playing football yester- day. Pdcton, Ont., Sept. Baker, manager of the Old "Home- stead Canning Company here died this morning aged 44. Aberdeen, Sask., Sept. bushels of No. 1 Northern wheat have been marketed during the past tlrree weeks. Port Arthur, Ont. Sept. J. A. Little has purchased 155 acres of land lying between the two cities from iR A. Euttan for a consideration of H. "Adams, of St. Thomas, succeed E.Fish- er as general superintendent of the Toronto Hamilton, and Buffalo Rail- way at Hamiltion "Deseronto, Ont'., Sept. playing- hide and 'seek in a cotn field Rob- rt Malay's three year old son :vvas, run over by 'a binder and! fatally injured. V EXT-OF CURES CRAMPS, DYSENTERY, COLIC, CHOLtRA MQRBUS, CHOLERA INFANTUM aod all Summer and Bowel Complaints. Atk Dr. and invlit to jetting what yea atk for. Dangerow. it manufactured only by THE T. MILBUBN CO., Toronto, Out. Opening For the past ten days we have been busy unpacking and arranging a large assortment of Crockery and China ware, and this week -announce the Opening of this Department. have Wen told by many ladies who'were our display that it is The Best Ever Stidwti in TfeiB City To Introduce These Lines to the Public of This District, We "Have to Give A DISCOUNT OF PER CENT. UP TILL SATURDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 2nd The display presents a representative showing of a large stock of Limoges China, Dinner Sets, Berry Sets, Toilet Sets, Rozane Ware, Jardinieres, and Hand- Painted Japanese Ware The ladies of Lethbridge and district are invited to attend this opening and to inspect the stock. We have another large shipment on the way, and have ordered an exceptiohally large and assortment for the Christmas trade. We are making a Specialty of iihis Department, and have placed a competent lady in charge. Don't forget the 20 per cent, discount this week Plums per crate Crab Apples per crate THER Successors to the J. Brown Co. Phone 46 ;