Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 7

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 10

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. December 30.1910. TTTF, LETTnWTDGE DAILY HTiRAT.n Canadian Pacific Railway FIRST ANNUAL EXCURSION Los Angeles, Gal. BY SPECIAL TRAIN FROM SPOKANE, TUBS., -TAX. 17. Tickets on sale Jan. and 17. Ml Final return limit, days FARE FROM LETHBRIDGK TO LOS ANGELES AND RETURN: Vis. Going and returning via Spokane Going via Spokane, returning via Seattle Above 'fares include berth and meals from Spokane on going trip. For full information regarding these and other excursion rates, apply to nearest C.P. Ry. Agent, or to R, G. McNEILLIE, District Passenger Agent. Paste THE LETTER BOX POUSSETTE GOES TO THE ARGENTINE SHORTER HOURS FOR POLICE Kditor of the Herald: Dear would like to know if the discussion about shorter hours for t Hie police of our city has bet-n drop- jpwJ. Watching the pages of vour val- uablc paper for sudi j have failed to Sf- j about the matter. information I any more said Now 1 earnestly believe that puiice are entitled to Jan 8-hour working day. They at the 1 present, time are working 12 and Trade Commistioiier in South Africa is Transferred Ottawa, Dec. The negotiations carried on for many months between Horatio Meyer, the cousul-goppral of the Argintme Republic in CaaacM, and the Canadian government, 1'or tetter trade relations between me JJo and the .Argentine Republic, h.-ue Ht laist been crowned vm> An order-in-council has been passed IS hours for a day's pay, and when appointing a Canadian trade they change from night TO day shift jsioner to the'Argentine Republic headquarters -ai Buenos Ayivs and in the city hall staff, thcv go to' work therewith at a.m., have their dinner hour and h MM >A )n then four hours, making seven caWrfd jl' hours all told. Take for instance the who uas been trade at police in Calgary. They only work j Natal, since January 19, 1900 8 hours out of the 2-1. hours and get a Proceed to Buncos Ayres and iiay oil each week, and also 1 wish to sume the duties of the office there. .Mr. 'Poussette, who is a native of West Lambton, went out to South At- tica with one of the contingents dur- ing the war and decided to stay there IN HOTELS BIBLES Gideoni to Put Copy of Holy in Every Room Boo AN OF THANKS i engineers I of L. E., and a -pillow; B. i spray; 51 r. and Mrs. Ceo. state'that our chief of police needs a clerk in tha worst way ail our neigh boring cities have their chief supplied with a clerk, and why not car chii'f be supplied likewise. Now, 1 think it- is up to the city council to act' on this matter and do justice iu our -po- lice force as other cities do, not wish irig to take up any space iii your valuable paper, 1 bejr to remain, A RATEPAYER.. Chicago, Dec. thouaan bibles are to be placed note bedrooms of Chicago. They will no be chained .down. If a guest steals bible to read it the book will be re placed aud the loss charged to tb. credit account, because the purpose o the project is to encourage Bible read g: The Gideons, an association of Chri tian travelling men of the L'nitei is back of the movement. Dur ing'the year this organization ha placed over bibles in hotel: of most of the big cities of the coun try. Reports from every direction in dorse the idea. Bible reading: is aai -Mr. B. S. Burrell and family wish ioiKerr- a Breath; Case, a express.'their'heartfelt thanks aud sPra-v: Mi's. Wm. and Miss Annie appreciation of the sympathy extend- Kerr, spray; Thos.- Lewis, ed to them.'by their many friends jcross: Mrs- Henderson, spray; aud their recent, sad be-'Alr- and Juo-" Scott, spray: .Mr. Robt- Scott, spray: Mr. and wreath: Mrs. Mr. Andrew of a lovin and mother. They also wish to acknowledge the following floral tributes: the 'broKen column: mo- tlier and father, a cross; 'Mr. and Mrs. John Burrell, spray; Mr. and Mrs. -heart: Mr. and Mrs. T. 'j. McNulty, cross; Mr. and Hugh McNulty, heart; 'Mr. and .Walter spray: A. R. Mrs. Andrew Neidi Wm. Stafford, spray; Kerr and family, spray. Mrs. Mrs. I. mechanical A. R. I. British colonies. Alex Cheeseman- of.Stayner .shipp- ed Christmas trees to' Buffalo. .Duncan Donaldson, of London" Town ship was suffocate rf by coal' gas. The new dry dock at Collingwcod is 100 feet wide, wider than any ia the TABER CHILDREN HAD CHRISTMAS TREE Taber, Dec. Knox church Christmas tree celebration took place on Thursday before Christmas. Mr. Lynd, principal of the school; presid- ed most efficiently, and an interest- ing programme was well rendered bv the members of the school. At the proper time Santa Claus made his ap- Koss ,was pearance rind took charge of -the'Melbourne, stripping of the tree. The followingjmissioner's office at Cape pupils of Knox Sunday school have j'been .closed, and the commissioner the General Assembly's A. Chesley, formerly of St. for memorizing Scripture: Maudie-John N: B., is given full charge in Burns, Bessie Cook, Archie Douglas, South- Africa, with headquarters at Hogarth, John Ingram, Charles; Durban, which is the chief point of wiien peace was declared. He have received a tremendous im petus.. Religious workers enthusias tically approve the plan. Bibles will go into the Chicago ho- tels in this proportion: La Salle hotel 1000; Great Northern, 400; Stratford 210; Auditorium, 365; Grand Pacific 200; Lexington, 300; Saratoga, 265 Majestic, 200; Kaiserhof, 260; Wind sor-Clifton, 167." All the hotel pro prietors have not been seen yet. The following legend is pasted with in the cover of each volume: "This holy book, whose leaves display the life, the light, the truth, and the" way is placed in this room by the Gideons the Christian Travellers Association of America, aided by the lurches ind -Young Men's Cnristian associations of this city, with the hope that'by means of this book many may be brought to know the love of Christ which passeth knowledge." since done remarkably good service tor Canada as trade, commissioner, and'-the department has quite recent- ly Issued a volume of his ing with the trade .between Canada jand South Africa, which will be of I great value to the commercial com- munity. The new office will not involve any audition to the expenditure of the country, because in pursuance of the policy of the department to concen- trate its offices, as was recently ill- ustrated in Australia, where the Syd- ney office was closed and Mr. D. H. ti complete charge at so now the trade corn- Maciaren, Irma Mewhiimey, Purcell, Lyle Wright. Prank I trade between Canada and the Union .of South Africa. uew A Canadian Shoe Manufacturer Invading fiie United States Market IRON SPRINGS NEWS Iron Springs, Dec. .first class entertainment in the MacdonaW Hall was- given by Mrs. Geo. Chase; assist- ed by Rev.'A; W. Sales; rector of Cannangay, who- showed a iuunber cC pictures by magic lantern, after ;vhich the Christmas tree was to the delight of tiie little, ones, who wont home laden with goodies about midnight then their -ciders indulged in dancins a.m. Messrs. ly and I-lt-nsen played for Hie danc- ers, and both young and oM :.greed it was most enjoyable- Iron Springs, Turin and all the neighborhood turn- ed out for the "occasion. A concert field in the Iron Springs school house this evening and the. pla.ce. was. packed to the floors. People from Iron Springs, Turin and sdmr from Albion Ridge wetv 'present, end the general opinion was tliat it was decidedly the l-hst af- fair ever heid in the vicinity.. In ad- dition Mr. Brooks gave selections, on the- plioiibgraph'and after the concert tro ladies gave a very nice supper of cake, pies, sandwiches and tea. I. Macdonald went to Lcthbricigc to spend Christmas and has not yet re- turned. Mr. Britton and Dr. Woodcock. 01 Sundial, were visitors to Lethbridge. BILLY SUNDAY GOT FOR REVIVALS IN 27 TOWNS The Union Bank OF CANADA ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING The Forty-Sixth Annual General Meeting of Shareholders of the Un- Cank of Canada was held at the Banking House, in- Quebec, on Satunfc December 17th, 1910. There -were John Sharpies, Messrs. Wm. Price, M. P., W Shaw, Carter, Col. Turnbull, John Shaw. A. E. Scott, E. J. Hale, G. Billet.. G. H. Balfour H. B.- Shaw. N. Kirouac, T. C. Aylwin, H. Vea Arch. Laurie, K. F.-GHmour, E. .E. Code and F. Billingeley. The chair was taken by the President the Hon. John Sharpies, who pointed Mr. J. G. Billett to act as secretary to the meeting, and request Messrs. John Shaw and A. E. Scott to act as scrutineers. The Chairman read the report of the Directors, which -was-as follows: The Directors beg to submit a statement of the Assets and Liabilities Bank at the close of the financial year ending November, 30th last, a the following statement of the result of the business for the past PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT November Balance at credit of 30th, 1909......... Net profits for the year, after deducting expenses of manage- ment, interest due depositors, reserving for interest and exchange, and making provision for bad and doubtful debts, And for rebate on bills under discount, have amounted to...........................-.................. (14 per cent.i-on average capital paid-up.) Premium on New Stock....................................- 28 676. 451 620. 359.'810." Which has been applied 3ividend No. 92, 1 3-4 per cent Dividend No. 93, .quarterly, .1 3-4 per cent. )Mdend No. 94, quarterly, 1 3-4 per cent. Dividend No. 95. quarterly. 2 per cent Transferred to Rest Account.. Transferred to Rest Account.. Premium New 190.00 359 toatribution to Officers' Pension Balance of Profits carried .forward 56 782-. 56; 784. SO 000. .'50Q 10 ,000'J GENERAL STATEMENT LIABILITIES Votes of Bank in deposits not bearing Interest Deposits bearing interest ....._........ 22 647 lalances due to other. Banks in Canada Balances due to other Bank's in Foreign Countries 3 203 37 409." 73' 71 107.- 387., .681V. 639.' 947. Total Liabilities to-the Capital paid-up lest Account Deserved .for Rebate of Interest on Bills Discounted Dividend Ntx 95 .TV: Mvidends Unclaimed alance of Profit and Loss Account carried forward 4 000 OOO'U 2 400 000-( 134534.1 S47 455 827.C pld and Silver Coin'-..... ominion Government Notes ASSETS 599 21T.04 4 649 820.00 eposit with Dominion Government for security of Note "otes-of and. Cheaties "on other Banks -alinces due from other Banks in Canada aiances from Agents United States alan-ces due from Agents in the United Kingdom overnment, and other Debentures and Stocks .......___J......................................... all and Short Loans on Stocks and Bonds 5 5 249 037.C 831. C 2-080-81.4.1 423JVL9.2 .1 524 923.1. 5 147 552.2 Other Loans and Bills Discounted Current Overdue Debts (estimated- loss provided for) Real Estate other than Bank Premises on Real Estate sold by the Bank Bank Premises and- Furniture Other Assets 985 -269.1 30 415 41 874'. 7 257 644.3 62 375.3 1 614. 973. r ,77 Jacksonville, 111.. Heads List in Mon- ey Donated to Evangelist, Pre- senting Him With ii want tKe retailers of Uncle Sam to find out the goodness of anadlan-macle' shoes now that the tariS laws allow them to be sent across the border with a duty of only ten per cent We make the SLATER SHOE for men, and we can state without hesitation that its many superior STYLE and SERVICE qualities will appeal to the fastidious American as well as to the two ailiioa Canadians now living in the United States. The SLATER SHOE is of sterling made over the most popular American lasts and made to give service beyond competition. have searched the world's markets for the finest, strongest leathers Bes Moines, la., Dec. 27. Henry Jb'. Burgess, of- Mercer, 111., has fur- nished the committee at Waterloo, ia... which raised for Evangel- ist Billy Sunday for six weeks' re- vival there, with a statement show- ing that in twenty-seven out of tiie fury-five towns in which Sunday has conducted revivals since 1900. he has received The largest sums recently given him were: 1D07-OS j b'alesburg, Hi 5 5.000 1 -Yl ascatine. lai t 5.611 .UecatauT. Ill The SLATER SHOE is made to rank with the finest shoes in the country, and will prove a successful sales-builder in any good shop where STYLE and WEAR are the prime requisites. All our shoes are PRICE-STAMPED and GUARANTEED. vWe have a unique Reason Why" Selling Plan, used in connection with the establishing of agencies for selling of this shoe, and if you want to be THE LEADING MERCHANT in your town and carry i HE LEADING LINE, only quick action is necessary to get the option on the SLATER SHOE, The SLATER SHOE will supply all that you have felt you need will give your sales an impetus and add spice to your selling their display is the best salesman they need the style is their sales-keynote their service their guarantee for everlasting Write for details today. Pa. 190S-OD Jacksonville, 113........ Spokane, Wash........ Springfield, 111.......... .Marshailtown, Ia....... 1009-10 Cedar Rapids. la....... iJonlder, Colo......... Youngstown, 30.000 .Newcastle. .PA._____......... 13.000 Ta....... About conversions are cred 17.500 7.353 30.SOO G.OOO G. H. BALFOUR; General Manager. .During 'the., past year thirty-seven Branches or Agencies of the Banl' Lave been opened, in' the Novg. One j Ontario. One' Saskatchewjm Albeita British Columbia Five One Suburban Agency in Saskatchewan, and one in o which proved been closed. The total number of -Branche is now Two Hundred and Four. During the year the'Capital of the Baak has bsea fully paid now equal to the total -amount authorized, The Premiurc arising from the disposal of new Stock has been credited to the Hest Ac- count. The customary Inspections of the Head Office, and of all "Branches, aud Agencies of the Bank have been made. JOHN SHARPLES, Quebec, 1910. President: Before moving the adoption of the report, the President addressed the meeting, giving the Shareholders further particulars as to the increase-of ited to Sunday in the fifty-five towns. capital and the enlargement, of the Bank's business generally. He -was flowed by the General Manager, who furnished additional details as' to the business of the Eank, and its policy in various :n2.ttcrc: cf tc Shareholders. It was then move'd by the Hon. John Sharpies; and seconded by -ilr.-Wm. Price, -M. the report of the Directors now read, be adopted, and printed for distribution amongst the. After the adoption of .the report. Col. Tarnbull made a pleasing address, congratulating the Shareholders .on the Report -presented-to the fleeting, and thanking the President and Directors, the General Manager, and. other officers of the Bank for their efforts on its behalf. It was then moved by Capt. Carter, seconded by Mr. Nap. the number of the Directors ot this Bank be increased by, one, viz., from ten to be elected at this x j Moved by Col. Tarnbull. seconded by Mr. T. C. Aylwin: That the Capital 6.800! stock of the Bank shall be increased by the sum of Four Million Dollars, raising the Capital to Eight Million Dollars, and the Directors are hereby authorized and empowered to take the necessary steps to obrain from the Treasury Board a Certificate .approving the present By-Law, as provided in section 33 of the Bank Act. Moved by Mr.. Scott, seconded by Mr. Arch. Laurie: That the total remuneration of the Directors be increased from- to 113.000 per PROVINCIAL LIVE STOCK SHOW The Albena Provincial Spring Live Copied from the Bosfoi See Page 3 Slock Shows, including- the j Show. Fat Stock Show, Purebred Cat tic Show and Auction Sale, will be I held under the auspices of the Alber- ta and Dominion. Departments of Ag- riculture, April 18th to 21st, Cal- gary. Entries for. the Auctiou Sale close February 15th, ar.d for the Horse Show, and .Fat Stock Show on March 31st. The Sheep and Breeders' Association pay all freight on sheep and swine entered for the Fat Stock: Show from Alberta points. A large number of new classes have been aflded to the list, and near ly more offered in cash prises. Slater Shoes can be -purchased only at the following store 'W, E, Buchan, 408 Fifth Street Lethbri no agency ip your town write for information K. L. Richardson, secretary ta Live Stock Associations, Calgary, will be glad to forward prifcc- lists and entry forms on application, The secretary is anxious to secure lists of animals wanted and for sale. thai, he may help to bring and sollci: together. Xo charge will be for this service to either party. Moved by Mr. Geo. H. Thomson, seconded by Mr. Wm. "That tbe Meeting now proceed to.the election of Directors tor the ensuing year, and that The ballot-box for the receipt of votes be kept open until I o'clock, cr until live minutes have elapsed without a vote being offered, during which time proceedings be The Scrutineers appointed at the Meeting reported the following gentle- men duly elected as Directors for the ens.uing viz.: Hon. John Sharpies, JiesErs. William Price, M.P., E. J. Kale, "Win. Shaw, Geo. H. Thomson, R. T. Riiey, E. -KenastOH, John Gait, W. R. Allan and M. Bull. At subsequent meeting of the new Board the Hon. John Sharpies elected President, and Mr. -Wm. Price, M. P., Vke-President. GALT HOSPITAL DONATIONS The following donations to Gait Benticy Co.. box holly, cas? oranges, "ecktics. braces and socks; Mr. Don- FTospital are acknowledged aid McKillop, Xmas. >-ee Ladies' thanks by the Superintendent, Miss j Aid Society, cut flowers c Hudson Bay McDSarmid: Wvi- j Co rasc oranges and case aoples- H. turev sion, Mr. Begin, turkey Pichc Miron, goose and turkey-; 1 ITIS_. narr Hopkins, four chickens and two keys; Mrs. Mcwbiirn, turkey i; Campbell, turkey and candy Mr. A. j'1 v ______ Co., box i-Sehl nuts and one case or- Co., two pocket B. Stafford, TWO boxes cigars; ford Aguew Co., IS pocket knives; .i. D. Iliginbotham Co., toilet wuii-r. PLT; fume, candv, notr-paper, combs, pock- i et m'iirors'and tooth The discovered in German East -A huge cave in a chalk mountain prehistoric remains and atiquuies of great value, has beea ;