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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR T H E L E T li B If I D G E DA I'L Y HERA I- TUESDAY, DECEMBER .15, 1914 ttb: SLetbBrtbg'e Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Daily, delivered, per year..... Bully, by mail, per year...... Weekly; by mail, per year.... 54.00 S.uO i.oo oiiuiot plftco any onU-ru with any Tor- houses, at present, evcu ;il ;i [crcmco ten or llttoou per iu i'in or ot their Tlio sole. uud simple reusou is that wo bava to keep our uwii. fnctork'3 busy oil tliis siilo oi! the line, nncl wo consider it to mako a IXnv samilces foe tile sake of doing iL" TELEPHONES Business Olflce Editorial Office W. A, Buchanan Torrauco j; Slaiiagias Director Business Manage; Tlmi reply was kept by tlio Camul- I lan iiiiiuui'acturer as an admirable 'Cample of American loyalty tu A'uicn- jcau institutions. H was respected us 1252 jtlio kind oi business fo-oj.-eruUini that 12-4 jhas the UniUM Si sites tliu thirO ag nation in thu Ami admiration for sucli a spirit and luisi- uei.s longsishiodut'ss can THE WAR SITUATION TODAY i tls a lesson that 'is -boing The udvaiH'o 01" tlio Allies on thrir home to iu theso days. extreme left with the occupation o; j Canada just now needs ali the bust-; KoukTs has belli tho vignt jiiC3s 5iie to keep her own fai> invar. Is ihc- line between Bruges anil; toriys busy. Canadians tiro Ohfiii. Tiie taking oi thf towns nearly every lino t'u-ro Tiiieit iiiui Thorout is freely jn Canada articles us nnd.. oil, with the- nrogr-jss made by us auythiug impurii-u. jes, aiul combined forces, and it looks as if botn better and uheuimr. GMeHih Bcroreimrchasins the latter they mo ptnerboro raised for the taking steps first to consider it there j patriotic Fund in three days, is not a Canadian article of at least Tlios. Laiigto.ik .K.C., .a prominent eQual value. V.'hea nest you go into a story to purchase au article, rind out whether: it is made in Lethbridge. It so buy j Frank's councillors for the coming COWANS PERFECTION COCOA Rich, delicious, pure liCKED UP IN ASSLNG r Ok THE BUSY MAN NEURALGIA SETTLED INR LUNGS FARMERS REJOICING OVER THE TABER DITCH WILL BE EXTEND- ED the onuiuy will soun be driven 10 his sr-rond o; deJer.ce in Belgium. lhe Allies at short distance? froai Douai and Caui'jrai in France, and Thorout and Thielt in Belgium, a glance at the map shows from xh narked lino occupied To rim to lawyer, is dead. Colin Cameron, a pioneer of May- n- is _._.cri time ago. This line, extending norih westerly through Bethune to the coast formed an acute angle with a perpendicular drawn through at Ar- ras. Now the line has gone beyond the perpendicular describing an arc the extremity of the radius point- ing towards liruges. In Poland tho Germans are advanc- ing against the Russian centre to- Warsaw, and are at Use same. tim'e attempting an outfiaukiii, inent oa tho Russian right at midway on a line proceeding' north- westerly from Warsaw to AUensiem But not n Letlibridgo product, buy the Cauadiau brand. If Canada dues not produce it, the Empire surely does. Then buy the Empire produce in preference to the foreign. Ten offered but only three chosen. tire W. J. .McGowau, Dr. De Map- jtigny aud Daniel Dunlop. A. Kohl, manager ot the Bank of .Montreal. Erockvill', has been trans- ferred to Brautford, Hon. P. E. LeWan-c, K.C., Montreal, is mentioned as the next Lieutenaiit- Goveruor of Quebec. Furaaiost, iu the heart of the drouth stricken district, raised for the mtn Patriotic Fund as a starter. There's lie pairiotism for you. Grassy Lake farmers aio rejoicing over the prus-icut ni .in irrigation i project, which -.nay le i'o their district by' the O.r'.K. j The. Grassy Lake nu.inl' el Trade recently a Ittu'i fvom ML. P. L. Nuismith, manner of the Na- turul IlL'soiU'C'Cs di'jiartmt'Ut of thu big ra I way, 10 thu oucct thai the company was consilient plans For tho extension of their system fiom 'matter of a inrtli.'r Grassy Lake with later dale. The farmers iu the Tuber, district havu for irrigation, and have been promised it by this corporation, provided they could show ;i sullicicnt number who" would cwuranicc to imr- chase the water rights if the system were installc-d. The'nro-restive Ta'icr farmers did this, and they are now practically assured that a ditch will ins ta tied. No Relief. From The Pain U SfieWFruit-a-tives1' "I cilutiot spent too highly of For over thirty years, I hiuc suffered from chronic Neuralgia ami CousHpation, experiencing untold agony. The Neuralgia settled in my lungs and I took bottles of medicine relief. The doctor told me I would not get better but "Fruit-a- lives" proved that Hue doctor was wrong by giving me quick relief aud finally ami completely curing uic. "I would not have mv present health if it not for "Fniit-a-tives" and I am gladot'thiS'tmportiimtyofgiviii yon this letter about such a splendi iiR ndid MRS. NATHAN DUNN. 500. a box, 6 for trial sire, At al! dealersorsent on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tivea Limited. 'Ottaw fancy oi the he'leecher. IJlaspheny was Cupid's war tax in tho United If these areas wen- actually under j States is teu cents per marriage li- branded by 'tho revcrcnd'Bcntiomari'as I the ditch, and with tlie .sanction of cense> aml by entermg .the ecstatic OI1C m- the 1ViOSt ]ICjnious p[ smi. FATHER NOLAN DRUBS THOSE ADDICTED. TO PATRICK'S MISSION POPULAR St. Patrick's church was filled al- most overflowing night on thu j occasion of the ciusinir service ot the second day's mission. A most impres-; sivc service, waif "held. Ucv. Father; Nolan, Buffalo, gave the itistnic- i tioii, and Ilev. Father O'Doimell llm scLCiuon. Th6 speaker thrillctt audienco with his eiitlmsiustic and utterances, and the latter compelled the- divucst all-pn- tiou with his masterful exposition of one of the Psalm's. Rev. Father Nolan spoke on the second shall not take tho name of the Lord Thy t in the Lord will not ,iold him. guiltless who tnkt'lh His inline in vain." Cursing, swearing! and blaspheny'is altogether too com-' mou a practice, said the speaker. Kv- ;rywhere one goes, on the street, iu :hc stores, on the railway, and even n. the. home, one can" hear Christians .calling on Ood to a statement, or asking Him to damn1 something that doesn't just suit the j the OliI Man- river diversion, project by the government a certainly, pother with .the immense areas state on the other side of the "Joe" II, Lee, the popular manager of tho Alexandra Hotel, was compell- ed to dig up 10 cents more than it ELECTRIC FIXTURES MAKE SPLENDID V1SS A C iPUPTP XMAS-GIFTS YOU CAN 9UY THEM AT 1-3 off AT OUR Big: Removal .Sale COME IN AND SEE HOW AT- TRACTIVE GOODS AND PRICES ARE Leicester Electric Co S.O.E- Bldg. Near Y.M.C.A. a call to Tillsonburg, Ont. in East Prussia. From Czentosuowa jin ms and tjjis year its crop wag lhe to Cracow the Russians are concen- ja ils history. ProbaMy we traiins their efforts to invade Silesia.. foVlftVf. Kansas. example and" pro- It remains to be seen which of tnsfduce Qur greatest crop ia i9l5- two tactics of the opposing forces will result in the greater gain. Supt. Primrose if appointed police I magistrate at Edmonton will fill tlie THE SCHOOL TRUSTEE RESULTS admirably. He has lots oi com- Xo complaint can be offered about jmoa sense which, combined wiib the selection of school trustees by j plenty of experience, qualifies him the electors yesterday. The three j for the important position. successful candidates should give sat- j isiactory service. Mr. Davidson is Canteton expects to hare nine oil Dr. Lachance has been mayor of St. Boniface with a majority of 109 votes over J. E. Bailey. Kansas had a complete crop failure E. Soltley, Jate oE Corunna, is the new rector ot St. James Anglican church. Brail t ford, Ont. Chas. L. Wiener succeeds the late J. H. Housser as director of the .Mas- sey Harris Co. J. TV. Westbrook, ex-ir. P. P., is .what the farmers v.-imt, and they re-elected get it tc-o socrj. former school teacher and possesses working that district by next a knowledge of. educational matters i spring. The Cardston field was the that will be helpful. He has sood j r in this province, and it would ideas and will not be backward ta pre- }not bs surprising if it .should 'oe the senting for consideration. His jiirst lo. bring in a commercial well. vote is a remarkable tribute to his j popularity. I John Scott "was the choice of the! 'North .Lethbridge ratepayers Uon and though there was a second candidate in tlie field from that sec- tiGn-of the city, lie had little trouble wish onr, Cardston friends the best OL luck; It's an ill wind that blows nobody goofl, and Canadian farmers and Can- adian manufacturers are beginning to feel the demand for Canadian pro- him into second position. Mr. Scott is highly regarded as a sensible, prac- tical man, who will use sound judg- ment in our school af- fairs. that economy had not been practised new edition's 'of the same at a two to as they would have liked took their J one, raie, and if it comes to a nght, complaint out in voting against the; can take care of 'the Germans at a FHUJHBHAy BNK Medicine Hat, Dec. Rob- been sworn iu as sheriff of Brant ctmaty- crt S. Vair died today from injuries Hallfer Pappa, aged 22, railway ex- received last Wednesday, when he and pressman, and. Nellie powt, aged 16, j his sons were taking' coal Irom -Mit- were-drowned at Renfrew while skat-jchell's mine. While worliinc, a clay ing on the Bonnechere river. bank weighing about thretj tons, fell Iu all likelihood county. and Yair caught. He lived in Ont.. will raise half a regiment of soldiers, or .five hundred .men, and fullj- equip them for war service. The late D.-R. Wilk'ie, president of the Imperial Bank, left an estate val- ued at It will be divided hp-" tween two sons and a daughter. A. M. Carthew, manager of the Bank of Hamilton at Paimerston for several surpi tlie war tax had raised the price of a license only ten cents, another couple had to borrow tlie necessary, as the capital of the1 groom, bride and moth- er-in-law totalled only Tho following was published in the Spokane Spokes man-He view, and gives more details: "While a couple from Canada was surprised to find that the war tax had only boosted the cost of marriage licenses 10 cents in the United States, another couple was bankrupted by the tax. and appealed to Deputy County Auditor F. M. Hej'wood for a 5 cent loan, when they could muster but 54.55. "Joseph Lee and MagdalenaDe Tay- lor of Lethbridge, Alt a., when Inform- ed by Auditor R. W. Butler that a 10- __________ cent tax had been imposed, declared CANADIAN NORTHERN j they expected to pay a considerable RFRIHFNT rnMpi FTP !tax' :ls in Alberta the women are Winnipeg 14-Tfcfr to pay a ?3 poll tax nadian Northern liaihvav Regiment is) tllc tlle meu a" complete, and has nn enlistment tla> s ubor each nionth Finn's Lake district near here; oi men serve at the .front.. It has been accented bn Gen- eral Arthur Cos. general to aid the cause. "A local couple, whoso r.ames the Anyone .who says he cannot stop the practice, that it is force of habit ____ that compels him to utter curses, is j----- a coward. .Hahit is no excuse. If u i of tho very cold night, It was decided man has a habit of stealing or mur- to postpone It until the 16th. he is not excused by the law, We now have a Northwest Mounted and just because 'a man has formed a Police station at Retlaw, They are in haMt of swearing is no excuse in the Enright dwe'iling, just north of the GbiTs As a rule, a man docs i real estate office. There 'will not swear before women or children jDe two here all the time or at least before any but his on- "Wo are- glad to see wifo and childten. So why should hcjtllcm ftero- not bo able to atop altogether IS Zen Everitt has gons baclc to Iowa; there was a tax on swearers thev ito tilc winter with friends aud school. He. will return next to help with the seeding. We now have. about. six Inches of SHOW on the ground, and It has been very cold for the past ten days. It is hard on cattle have to rustlo for feed on tho prairies. Wo hope .would.mighty- soon quit the habit. Father-. Nolan is a clear-cut, straight-from the shoulder speaker, witty anil powerful, and he ig could never fail to make, an impres- sion on his hearers. Rev. Father O'DonneU is a more profound''and deliberate speaker, but! he dealt of one's cliinook will come soon or some of our will likely suffer. manner. Leprosy of the body, he said. U.m gat government seed grain. Mosi a disease prevalent m Biblical nU Our-farmers have proved up, and timevhas been superseded by a lmve made application for seed whtat moro dreadful leprosy, tnat which ;a ]0ng time ago, and are expecting to SI.? niSf an ls onc of !eet n B0mo tirae.ln.Februarv. If tor species inhabiting tho-any reason, they da uot receive It, earth, and the earth is, as it were, ithey will bo in. had. shape. It is time years, is removing to the ElytSi agency, "storekeeper, is colonel, and Bert War- F. M. Hames of Blyth -exchanges with j Ten and B. E. MacDcmald are majors. llr. Carthew. Watson, manager of the Can- adian Bank of Commerce at Magug, a bullet wound in the head received when, a revolver ha was cleaning exploded; The Irishmen of .Toronto have de- cided to form; an Irish regiment of men of Irish blood. The Irish rifle club has disbanded as a club and has 'onned the-nucleus of a new" regiment. John C. Douglas, M.F.P., and Robt. H. Butts MPP been nominat- ed as the Conservative candidates for he federal constituencies of Caoe auditor refused to disclose on account or ridiculous of their about times less than noth-j now-wo should know for sure, ing in God's firmament, yet man had the audacity Jto- 'say that he would not recognize God. Father O'Donncll could not imagine a more grotesque manv to one clip. So we will cost our WELL OF HONOR- No man ever seived his country in a military capacity than: Col. Sam Stcoic. The new honors just conferred upon liim did not come too" soon. He was worthy of them lonr ago. In the "west he has been'an'ido to those who served with him or under hitji. Canada would have full confi- dence in Col. Steele as the leader of Its forces at. the front. He prove! his worth as a ieader in the South "African war and he has gained In capsMlity since then. TWO .SIDES TO A STORY .Not Jong ago a Canadian hanhvarft Kamifactnring. firm solicited from a wholesale joljter.ln tlio United States for goods on which there hap jened to be no import duty info tbat country. Ths --answer was very prompt: Dear Sir to your f-uor el the ue beg to say tnat no Ci Safety First53 v member of the. board. Consider- ing that attitude of many ratepayers; money at 2 to .1 on John Bull any old along with, the fact that he did not do daj- in the week. any canvass ing, his victory evidence: __ that his services during the past years were appreciated. i -i number of the defeated made a good showing and tests of pi bhc opinion in the future maj bnn j b tter j One-" unfortunate Incident of the ccia palgn was an attempt to intro- duce party politics. In some instances It as almost glaringly utilized It f would te a great pity if part} politics Tiere allowed o c-pep into mi mcipal or school affa Business admlni? tratinn is what the city needs and't iiiat can on'Iy be secured by electing Bound, level headed men, without re- ".nJ- to politics. The country has -all lie politics it needs in provincial and federal affaii? was bom with the "Cat's PMv" Rubber Heel. Nearly ten years ago, we began to tell you about 'Tread Sflflly-Step Safely' Natqralfy, you want the rubber heels that insure Do you always get them? Insist on having CATS Blur Rubber Heels on All dealers-or aid in i wnte us. coupon filled A C iiPav'Sell- Co Lip clot ng Rafcbei Tohac. v ,73r.PoicHo.deofFu. Pubbtr X ,M .Do 3reton south-arid Richmond, respect- Sir James vrolfe Murray vote sufficient to bring ducts from countries now at war. Why shouldn't we be optimistic, with pur_ fleets .controlling the seas and orders rolling in for our products7 If the Germans can find anv satis- faction in the fact that the British McKillpp, the third selection, fleet which knocked the spots off the the only one of the old trustees Scharnhorst; et al, was two to one, to seek rerelection. He had to 'bear i let them take it. It still remains true tlie 'brunt of the agitation for economy j that the British fieet in the North Sea In the administration o! school af- j has it on ttie .Geiman fleet hiding in nd chief of the imper-1 tad heen too oxpeadea BuU can continue to produce Gen. jlurray was formerly In command of the ninth division in India I Finlay Perrin. a'contiauoiis resident' of London 1S30 and a brother' of the late D. S. Eerrin, founder of the D. S. Perrin Biscuit'Company, with, whom he was associated in .business for years, is dead. A violin made, by 'Stradivarius, in 1711, was sold in 'Chicago for which, according'tp musical experts, is a record price. The purchaser was John. McC'ormaek, the opera singer, who also bought a bow own- ed by Paganini for ?yOD. .Ernest Cinq s printer for the province of Quebec and for many years a member of the parlia- mentary press gallery dt Ottawa, lias TELLS WOMEN How Lydia E. Pinkham'sVeg- etable Compound Kept Her in Health for 14 Years. Shippensbnrg, years ago thatl started takingLydiaE. Pinkham'a Vegeta- Compound. I then suffered terri- bly everynionth. My i3? husband bought ma came lessons from and closed Hyde." Mr. and Mrs." Lee returned on Sat- urday from Spokane, and are residing at the Alexandra. KNAPPEN NEWS Knappen, Alta., Dec. 10. Miss Anderson taken ill on Wednee- _ spending hours, at different times, tbe j Town Council this afternoon decided j to pass the bylaws appointing the i day and removed to the hospital at Sweet Grass, -wh'ere she un'denwent an operation for appendicitis. At last report she was doing well. Mr... Dan Danielson and Mrs. Marie Ora were married on Thursday last in Lethbrldge, -The contracting part- ies are well known in this .locality. The people unite in wishing them a happy voyage through life 'Mr, and Mrs. James Robinson have moved to the 'Tony Fey ranch, where helped me right 'new secretary-treasurer and maransl. away. Then after my second child was born I had a female trouble very badly and I used Lydia E. Pmkham'i {In spite ot" considerable opposition iu town and on the council, and with knowledge that all the new r. Jnines has leased the A'ble's coal-mine, and will operate it In the future. Mr. Cowcil will be pleased to meet Mr. Abie's old cus- tomers. Miss -Lillian Russell was the guest of Mr. and iMra.VA. J. Knappen on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Poole, Miss ble. Compound a short .time was MAGRATH HAS SOME tn tlie front as '-a soeoal intelligence officer. ;He -wlH- accompany tlie second con- tingent. Mr Cmti Mars has a good knowledge of; both English and French. Ramsay MacDonald, member of the British parliament and chair- man of the Labor party, has gone to the front with an "ambulance corps, the Leicestershire Post. Oklr. Mpcpbnald.for a time was bitterly opposed to tits war. He accused Sir Edward Grey of .being responsible for Britain's participation in 'the conflict. Professor --M. Lindsay, principal of the United Free Ciitirch College in '-Glasgow, since 1902. is dead. He in 3843. He formerly represented Greehoek' in Parliament and was for a. time pro- fessor of. history in .the Col- lege of the Free Church. the author of a number of works on church (history. THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting.nurses for mater- nity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious and etmrges according to tjie clr-. cuittstances'-of the Poor patients cared for free of charge. Graduate nurses, for private duty also'provided.- For further partic- ulars npply to.-the .Nursing Alia- Rion 1414 7th Avenue South: Phono 1233' (Miss) A. M. Tllley, Supervisor. (Misn) M. A. MacKay, Grad. .Nurse. fMissJ'J. Mackenzie.'Grqd. Nurse.; know it helped me and will help others. Lately I have given the Compound to my daughter and I wish all iufiering women of its woi 113 N.Penn Street, Shippensburg, Pa. EXCITEMENT ncf Alagrath, Alta., Dec. TOEL, l_The talk of the town during the Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- poundjinsdefromnativerbpta and herbs, contains no narcotic or harmful drugs, and to-day holds the record of being tho meat auccessful remedy.for female ilia we know of, and thousands of voluntary testimonials on file the" Pinkham laboratory at Lynn, Mass., ...seem to .prove this fact If you bave the slightest-doubt, ibat Lydia E.-1'inkham's hie Compound will help to Lydia E.PinkhamMedieineCo. (confidential) farad- vice. Your letter wiSi'Jbft read and answered hy a and fa eld in strict confidence- How to Have a Fine Complexion in Winter Any woman can have- a .soft, vel- vety, peach-Hke coniplesion in-spitc of exposure to the winter weather and'at the same time get rid oE wrin- chaps and blackheads by apply- ing to the face, with a1 soft cloth or sponge, just before'going oiif, a lotion which can he prepared, hy any drug- tliat of the Liberal-party to that of the British fortes under Sir John F.rench, while retreating who, though retiring, were by no means discouraged. 'Like the famous commander, Sir said, the Lib- erala had fought a rearguard action, by mixing 2 ounce? of fidsowater-gnd were not discouraged. If he had with 2 ounces Flowers of Oxzoin and j but one word to say (o his party, it cil In passing the bylaw appointing the new secretary-treasurer and mar- shal, and when late on Saturday the news leaked out that A, J.. Mercer had resigned from the position of sec- re t a ry-trea surer, the excitement be- came greater. Everyone" ts now won- dering what the next action of the council will be, NO ELECTION SAYSLAURIER Montreal, Quo., Dee. the war situation at a'banquet of the Montreal Reform club, at which he was a siiest of honor, Sir Wilfrid Lau- rier last night dealt lightly with Ca- nadian politics. He Jlec'iared that all political discussion Tiad been aban- doned for the' time-being, arid there 'was no political issue just now, did the government would appeal to the country. Sir Wilfrid compared his dram-Tincture of Owing to its soothing and healing properties (his lotion gives wonderful .relief-Jn cases of eczema, burns aiijl.ahlh irri- tation When so need apbly liberally without rubbing but use a compress or .bandage. T. would be, "Don't be discouraged." For the safoguarilfng of WellamJ property seven-town ollicials have heen appointed constables. The town jias sufierert a heavy loss through the Urcaklug of street-lights. moved to Drake, North Dakota, where they will reside In future. Jlr. and lire. Metcalf. were given a farewell acnce by tlveir. many friends before leaving. Miss Blanche Knappen was a very pleasant caller on Mrs. Thedore Poole on Tuesday afternoon. RETLAW NEWS Mr. Rhinehart has been having Jiia pool hall papered on the insldo to make .it-warmer. Pie used common building paper. Mr. Dcraey and Harry Hastings did the work. The regular prayer meeting was held at Mr. Domey's home .December 2. There was a good attendance. It was to be fceld at the homo of.C. W. Hastings, December 9, but on account Jack rabbits seem to be very plenti- ful this as there 'was milta a lot ot grain, not they are in good .and. are good eating. '.Miss Blanch sister of Mrs. Ed. Currant left for Michigan. She will spend 'the' winter; with friends. She has just closed- a term of school at the Crescent scUooL 0. E. Me'rriman .has .been building au addition to his stove .since the cen- tral 'phone office was moved there. Our mall man is doing fine. He has made his .regular .thren trips a in spite of the extreme cold weather we are having. 'Mrs. Wflmer Frank and John Broderson are being: .visited by a bro- ther, Mr. Fred Broderson, from Iowa. He may buy a farm here and remain. Ho likes the country around Lone Star. We think the "war will soon end now. We knew the cold weather is helping our merchants, if it Is doing no other good. We do not hear of any- so far, this winter. So all in we are satisfied that every- thing Is working along all right. Captain William McCIain, Toronto, died at the age of 92, leavhiK Ins widow, to whom he was married 67 years ago. FROM ALL BOWEL ILLS If your bowels are out of order, instead of 'using some harsh salt or other physic, take a Rexall Orderlie tonight, and tomor- row you will feel great. They taste good and act so easily that there isn't a particle of griping or purging, nor the excessive looseness that follows the taking of salts and most pills. They sbqthe and strengthen the bowels, promptly relieving the consti- pation, making it unlikely to occur again, We don't believe there isany other bowel remedy anywhere near as good, and at tho jame time so easy and pleasant-to take as Rexall Orderlies. We know you will agree with us and believe you will thank us for telling you about them. If they don't sat- isfy you in every way, come back and tell us and we will give back your money with- out a word or question. You have no reason to hesitate when we give you the opportun- ity, us we hereby do, to try them at our. risk. Investpockettinboxes; Yon can buy Rexall Orderlies only at Tho Rexall Stores, and in this town.only of us. J. D. Higinbotham Co., .Limited. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE .SIR EDMUND D.C.I... ALEXANDER .LAIRD, General Manager JOHN AIRD. Ais't General V. C. BBOWN. Superintendent o'l Central Brucbu CAPITAL, RESERVE FUfiU FARMERS' The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to every facility for the transaction of their banking Business, including the discount and collection of sales notes. ire supplied free of charge on application. Blank sales' noles W25 Lethbridge Branch R, T. Brymner, ;