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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE TWO _ ___ _ The StandardBank of Canada fortieth Meeting or the van hold at the Head of 111. K Wednesday, tho 1711. February 1315- A present. The Prcsldcnl, M 1' the Report or th0 Bank, wlllf v the deports tlio increase was Ji.001.4JH, maUmt. >01 l Tho nel prolils were >1, .3 -J1 ronftlnt-d Capital and Rescne. of the was r [im, iv. The previous year :l, Ilicrwl6o ot per cent. earned on the averse Cai.iial .'or L G T II B R I Dfl'E DAILY TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1915 HHKTT ffIS IIS SUPPLY (O (.''iiiii'liiui tin- year. Th? Bank subscribed during me yeat Relief Patriotic Fund, J2.500 to the lied Cross Fun, an 1 1- 0 lo 1, Fund. The last'veur'ot makes a total ot SSKI, c Fo dividends Ibo oj Contributed to Officers' Pension I-un.l and iJosY Account" carried forward. S3so.r-io.-is 15.000.00 L 'i39.7liO.00 25.000.Oil i 100.000.00 GENERAL STATEMENT declared and LIABILITIES Bank statement....... Notes of the Bank in cir- culation Deposits bear- ing Interest (in eluding interest ac- crued to date) J31.925.110.19 Deposits not ft earing lerest Dividends unpaid Dividend No. 97, payable ]gt February, 1915..... Balances due to other Banks in Canada Balances due to banks and Banking Corroa- pondents in the United Kingdom and foreign countries ArceptoDces under Let- ters of Credit........ Capital paid up Reserve Fund......... Balance of Profit and LOBE Account carried forward ASSETS Current coin ]iem by t lie 2.697.203.00 bunk Don-.inion Notes Held Deposit In the Central Gold -Reserves Notes oi other Bunks... Cheques on other Banks Balances due by other Banks In Canada Balances due by Banks and Banking Corres- pondents elsewhere than in Canada Dominion and Provincial Government Securities not exceeding market value............... Canadian Municipal Se- curities and British, for- JS11JO 79 eten and colonial public se-ourities other lhan 25306.66 S 000 000 00 Railway and oilier 00 debentures and stocks not exceeding market Call and Short tnot ex- ceeding thirty days) Loons in Canada, on bonds, debentures and stocks, Feb. carloads oi seed train arrived last Monday for duiiu'ts in Ibis distr.ii.-t. H seems lo ti- I In- Plan ill Ihe gincniiiiciil to Ininish M-t-d i.i all who need it whe- ther on uiilcniwl or impalciilKl land. On TnesJay I lie favmcis met at the pool hall aii'd oisani'-'d n oi 'I'om limns as anil I-'rcd Lombard as src- -111.- iarmi-rs arc IryinK lo dilCL- llic Dominion government to ship; in li-c.l fnf pulling in the crop. Al-1 have their seed Ihcy me cieailv m ntcil nf leed as the horses are thin and unable to do the work iv 11 bout feed. C 1. Urunsnale, who has been in the hospital at Salt Lake Citv. Utah, all winter, has just arrived home much improved in health. The Patriotic club were entertained at tin- home ol Mr. and Mrs. Kov Campbell. The cvenins was grfatly cnioytxl by all. as Mr. and Mrs. Campbell are royal cntertaincis. On Monday of last week unite a bunch of horses nent from liurclcli to Grassy Lake, where the so.frn- ment was buyinz horses for the army but as nianv oi the horses in this district arc in verv poor shape, we imilcistand Icere were no purchases made as lite horses were required lor immediate use. 301.420.46 Short Notice of AUCTION SALE On the premises, No. 1216 3rd Avc. South. Tomorrow, Wednesday cinsj at 2 oVlorlc prompt. FRANK WADD1NGTON Is favored with instructions from Mr. R. A. Coppln 10 sell by public auction ?nd without reserve a quantity of Superior Household Furniture and effects, PIANO PLAYER. MAHOGANY CASE. loBelher with abont 30 Rolls of Music, m now cond Ion. Splendid Brass Bed. complete with Spring and Mattress -Bra Mounted Bods-. Dressers in Solid Oak and Mahogany; Carpet Smmres. Brussels nnd Axmlnstcr; Mahogany Occasional Tab cs. Maho-nnv China Cabinet; Set of Oak Dining. Chairs; Diuias Table- Massive Rockers In Oak and Leather; Parlor Suite of 3 Pieces; Electric Fixtures; Ul.inn; Glass; Pictures; Sanitary Lounge; Kitchen Utensils; Splendid Coal Range and small Gas Stove, etc. AUCTIONEER'S OFF1CE-11 STAFFORD BLOCK. TO KENT TO Flvo roomod collage, RUB, closo in- SH.OO I'M' month. "I1''1'' 11511 '.Hit SI. 13H1- St. S., seven roomeil fully modern house, iimvly painted inside dud ilco parde.ii and stable, Posses" m "larch 1st. Apply Glh'St Kouth. lUOXT-NoV 'Jc'irl. one of the most complete 'lninna in Li'llibridgo; rjas rause. eleclinllers nnd freshly dccoraU-d, inodcra e rent- al. Apply uuick lo Fred '.Mansions or lo C.. li. Bo nan ABcncy, Acn.lia "12 St. Sotllh. ooina, fully modern, sus raiiRe. and ooms. fully n'-odoni. gas raiiw lurei >eat Co-, Mnciloiiulil arms Improved irriga- ed farm. Write owner, H. H. McLuro. Vyrliffc, 13. C. TO roomed house, 320 inlh St N; four room house lout 31 N between 3nl and 4 eh Avc. Calmiry. ily "lo Mrs. H. Hurfcss. 4J3 lll'i S., opposite Police Barracks. alfalfa, fanns, located, well Improved. Ilolstoiu cows for sale. Write or soa S. S. Hinhmiii l.elhbriilgp. Warner, Alia. -The first Other Current Loans and discounts In (less rebate of interest) Liabilities of customers under Letters ot Credit as per contra Real Estate other than Bank Premises Overdue debts, estimated loss provided ior Bank Premises, at not more than cost less amounts wrilton off --vim.. consignment oi the Oevernmenl seed grain arrived last week and distribu- .291.55 commenced at once, two cars of day and of wheat arriving to- day Farmers say the oats are a very 613.732.59 good grade, and though the price seems a little steep, the quality ap- pears to be giving general sanslac- tlon. Mrs Burnside, who has been visit- ing jrjends in Wamer, left on Satur- day for Claresho'im. A. E. Reeser of the Ogilvie Milling Co. was in town last week on busi- ness for his company. Death visited the home of I. Luker last Wednesday, taking Mrs. Luker. after a very brief Illness. Mrs. Luker wen Known here, being one oi the first ladies to settle in Warner, corning here about seven years ago Your Farm Home from the Canadian Pacific .t low prices and easy terms, rang rom to 530.00 for farm lands viilt ample lands -om 535.00. nvu. bDlance within twenty years. In Irrigation ioar, for farm buildings, etc., up lo also re- payable In twenty years. Here Is your opportunity to Increase your faim Holdings by getting adjoining laud, or secure your friends ns neighbors. For literature Mid particulars apply to A F. CATilERON, Gen'l Supt-'of Lands Dept of Natural Resources C.P.R. CALGARY ALBERTA Oil WILSON t SKEITH Arjenta. Lethbridge, Alberta SITUATIONS' VACANT___ Tor- laMem cbulilol' tl Hudson's llaj-. Co. Apvly lo uiuii- iltor 11 o'clock Wedniifcday.. 'i. iJcioil Kuiionil siirvani; iniiBt liu good cook. Apply In ovoiiliiB. _ __ Herrant, must 1m conipoli-nl, 'or small ruinlly. no child- ren, In city. Apply, plvlilf referen- ces! to llox If. Herald. __ (Joiu'poloiit isoneral sen- ant NO wuslihiB. Apply St, l.ady for fiuTlson School No. per tiionth, to com- mence Marcll 1st or soon after. Ap lily to S'-'cielurv O. .1. llrnhnni, Grassy l.alto. __ Good Kcueral servant, u liood cook, family of two; middle apc-d prefc-n-ed H. Christie, Diamond City. tlioroiiBlily experienced horseman nod fimuer, not necessary lo lie nil cxpcrlcniiod foreman, but rapalilo of taking second place. Ap- ply .1. Harris Co., Employuienf Af- :n'cy. amT women to learn Iho bnrber trade: wages whilo learn- fools mniliiliod, Braduntes mnko uii-' money. Calaloguo tree. Molcr Darher Collefie, liOl-A Centre Street. Alta. TO 1st, one dairy farm Hid stock, sla.ble room for Go head of cattle, sood house and out Imildmss; 4Vi miles south east of' Letlilmdse. Apply to Bd. McKonzle. P. O. IJox :M jr Phone TO modern four room ed collage, ncwiy decorated tliroiiBh- onl, ill nice locality, being 'J'O S Will lie vacant about March 1st Present tenant will sell blinds and linoleums all lilted at reasonable price if desired. Apply at house. TO or any part ot Brodie Ulock, opposite Alexandra Hotel on ilh Three stores down stairs. 13 rooms and ball! upstairs. Heady Feb. 1st. Apply John Brodie, OIS lllli St. South. n PROFESSIONAL CARDS BO my placo on Dee IS. liay and one black gelding; Doth lave roach miiiicn nud wolgh about Also one Mack folding wolBlit iboiit SOD, wilh one white foot and white strine on face. No visible brands Llwner tan liave. saino by liaylng for his aclv and Hie pasture. E. 1'elletier. Western nnlry. miles north-east of 1'honc 11-11-1. a. O. Kerr'a fnvm, 31- a (lurk sorrel mure, branded C R Invtrted half diamond. Owner please write or call at farm. Address I 'brown gelding, branded M on left hip; weight about 1400 Ibs. mane cut short. j'.-OO reward will be paid for returning same lo William Doclnonk, I-lanlicrille. Alta. 1 QsT_on 1st Ave. between 7th and Slh St- in front of depot, a key ring wilh three, keys. Finder please re- turn lo Herald office. Deposit with the Minister fop the purposes of the Circulation Fund Other Assets not Deluded in tie foregoing (juuniig unit uuwui. ATtCCAr'T'1 from North Dakota with her husband I MAbbAtit and family. Much sympathy is lelt ior her husband and son John and daugh- SUPERFLOUS ters. The funeral took p'.ace from the MEDICAL ROOM private fam- ily for business woman or married couple in fully modern bouse will telephone, centrally located, near poa and Central school. Apply Bo: 'I Herald office _J____________j'1 housekeeping IX 11 rn ill! ed room, central, comfortable, with gas. Apply 1010 2nd Ave. SITUATIONS WANTED as editor or re- porter on weekly paper by expenenc- -d iiew-.-ral.-ei man. Satisfied with n noderafe salary for start Apply A. McLeish, general delivery. .-inn nnt. Alberta. J4S.6S2.2JO.35 GEOHGE P. SCHOLFIELD. General Manager. AUDITOR'S REPORT TO THE SHAREHOLDERS I ha.Ta compared First Evangelical church tc the Warn- er cemetery, the last offices being con ducted by Rev. L L. Orth, on Satur- [iaj iast ivhen a large and represenla- i live gathering, paid their last respects 60.220.52 a much-respected friend and ueigh- 'hor. TV. F. COWAN President EXTRADITION OF WERNER HORN i Vanceboro, Me., Feb. re- ouest of Ihe Canadian government for the extradition of Werner Horn, who OR'S REPORT TO THE SHAREHOLDERS to blow upT the bridge over _ _ J the above Balance Sheet with the books and accounts at, on 3. the "chief "omce' of The Standard Bank of Canada_. a55ertlllg that he did it as an Mt _ot Lnd al- '-lu'i the cie oce o e amji asserting that he did it as an act of tnms re-ceired from its (branches, and after checking the cash wiI i be heard before a feaeral Ute Becurlties at the chief office and two of the principal branches on _n Bostoa MIt Wednea. uarrSOth, 1815. I certirr that In my opinion finch d" truT and correct view or the state of the Bank's arlalrs according to the best of my information, tie explanations given to me, and as shown oy the on to the e.TaminatIon mentioned, the and securities at the ehieromce ari four of tie'principal branches were checked "d verified by oe dnrinE the year, and found to he in accord with the book-, of the Bank. All Information and explanations required have Iboen given to me and all transactions of the Bank which hive come under my notice have, In my opinion, been within the powers of the Bank. "F G T CLAHKSON, Chartered Accountant, ot Clarkson, Gorion Dilworth, Toronto, Canada. Toronto. Fdbmary 9th, 1915. The following were elected for the ensuing year: Mr. W -I Cowan -Mr Wellmtton Francli, K.C., Mr. W. F. Allen, Mr. r. Vv. Cowan, m, H iTnglo's Mr TH. McMillan, Mr. G. P. Scholfield, Mr. T. H. Wood. Mr. TV. F." Cowln was President and K.C. Vice- Totnta'FAruair-Wth. 1915. General Manager. morning at 10 o'clock, it was i-aru'-d today. Fourteen witnesses rom "this town have been summoned r n connection with the case. HAIR REMOVED- SHAMPOOlNG-Mii. K.M. Hol-nei graduate of the Pennsylvania Ortno- oa-dlc Institute. Medical SlaBBBC and Gymnastics B'eclri- ral Vibratory and Therapentic Llgnt Treatments, iElectroIys.l.- and Sbcim- DOOlnt Treatment! JP" Dointment only. Room 1. Hull _____ i c-runRinGE VIAVI CO M P A N LE eatmen RinGE VIA e Herbal System of Treatmen for Nervousness, etc.) Number 15 Hull Block Hours 4 to 6 p.m. daily, ?0 to 4 Saturday or by appom mcnL DR. VJ. S. Surgeon Accoucher. Hours p.m. Office 314 Third Avenue. Phone 1253. DR Shcrioslt Block. Residence 1266 Slith Avenue. OfBc? hours Office Pbone 319: Residence 1090. DP. Eye. None and Throat; Dominion Building. Office hours eveninge by ap- pointment. PhonHE: Office 341, Re- tideuce U93. SALTS FINE FOR ACHING KIDNEYS We eat too much meat, which clogs Kidneys, then Back hurls and Bladder bothers you. Most folks forget that the kidneys, like the bowels get sluggish and clog- ged and need a Hushing occasional y, else we have backache and dull mis- ery In the kidney region, severe head- aches, rheumatic twinges, torpid liver acid stomach, sleeplessness and all sorts of bladder disorders. You simply must keep your kidneys active and clean, and the moment you feel an ache or pain In the kldney resion g-t about four ounces of Jad Salts from any good drug "store here, take a tablespoonful in a glass of wat- er before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts la made from the acid of grapes and lemon Juice, com- bined with lithla, and Is harmless to flush clogged kidneys and stimulate them to normal activity. It also neu- trallzes the acldj.In the urine so it no ongar Irrllatet, thus ending bladder disorders. Jad Salts IB harmless; Inexpennlve; makes a delightful effervescent lithla. water drink which everybody should take now and then to keep their kid- neys clean, thus avoiding serious com- plications. A well-known local druggist says he sells lots of Jad Salts to (oiks who be- lieve in overcoming kidney trouble while it Is only trouble. Sold by J, D. Hlglnbotham Co., Limited. TO Furnished or unfurnished oms, steam heated, very reasonable, pply Star Electric Co.. oth bt- oppositc Orphcnm Theatric DENTAL DR. M. J. graduate T S Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the somenille Marble Gran In Works, of Calgary. Office opposite Cocirt Honse. Phone oSl. Resi- dence 284 7th Ave. S. Phone 11 r 1000 baby chicks. Hatching eggs i 00 per Leghorns. Skin- ;r and Blenkhom, Nanaimo, B. C., pure bred registered I ercheron Stallion, cheap. 600 pounds, steel srey, risin; Id. TO have a. small equity in a well improved 1-4 section of land to-other ivitll horses nnd implements, to trade for modem house near a school. Room 3 Macdonald Block Lethbridgc. R i FOH S l choice SO acres, Weight pouims, J L> ta For further information write R. V. Warner, AlUi. miles from Coal- on ip "broken. Full water right. Price reasonable. Easy terms lo man. Apply Wilson SkelUi Sherlock Bnllding, Letbbridge, Phone house, 18x32 with- Is fine quality at popular prices. Iso a few nice Bronze Gobblers. for hatching in season. T. B. Dunham, TToiTsiLE OR horses: machinery as follows, in good condi- ion- Press Drill, Gang Plow (stubble md sod bottoms) i Hinder. Disc Mar- -ow, Drag Harrow, Tanning -Mill. hree Wagons, .two Buggies, three IIay.Mowers, Hay Hake. Apply L. P. Tojf coVn coming fresh. Apply H. V. Gibuions Co., Balmoral Block. Wvandotte house, good fencing and i" Cocker-1 is wortli InvostlBatmB. l-Ierald. FOR furnished cottage roof) on two lots, nil lenced in with work shop at rear. Will take verv small payment down and arrange, balance to suit purchaser. R. Martin, 124S 8th Ave. S. Address IU3A.L SNAP-lVi acres (13 lots) southeast of city, would make n souteas o good chicken farm. Price S.oO cash se of TOR good horse, well brok-1 an to ride or drive, ciuiel and a lirsf. Purchaser could arrange for use of adjoining IVi acrec by on same Write EDO, liiraU1 of- lice.___________________------ section miles ,.est of Letl-Oridee.- For nartlculars jn to ride or uii.u, iiuici. delivery horse and n good driver. Apply 1023. Wilson Furniture Co., Phono FOR car in first running order; intercbangable. ,wo or four passenger or would make a good delivery truck. Must1 sell cheap. Apply Box -1-i Herald. FOR "Indian" .motorcycle In perfect running order, twin cylinder, tree running engine. Cheap for cash. Apply Box 50 FOR Hutt.nrcup Cock >rcls and new laid eggs. 640 12th SI west of er. apply to John D. Allan. Box aSl. Lotb- idce. Province of Alberta VILLAGE ACT Edmonton, Feb. 13th, 1315 Notice is hereby given that, pur- suant to Ihe provisions of The Vil- lage Act in that behalf, a petition has .boen presented lo the 'Minister of Municipal praying for too erection of those portions of Section Township Nine D of the Insti- of Chartered Accountants of KnEland and Wales, and of the In- siuute of Chartered Accountants In AlbTrta. Acadia nldg.. Lethbridte. i PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited P. R. Freight Shedl PHONES THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD JOB PRINTING DEPT. V----------- Offlet Office 1163 462 1S64 W A HENDERSON 4 COY. L.thbrldae Hal Winnipeg Chartered Accountantn Accountancy in all Its branches: Audit, Secretarial, Ad- visory, Systematizing, and Trust Work, Inves- lleatlooi, Liquidations. AcJdl" Building, Lethbrldgc Resident R J RITCHIE PATER30N, Chartered Licensed Auctioneer. Sales of all Snulh. ____________________ kinds conducted on reasonable I poll Iron ranges, si terms. Live jilock and farm sales a aown ana si per wcelt. Apply JIS 4lh specialty. Olllee at the Wilson Fur- nitur-s Co., 404 13th St. N. Phone 1023. Residence Phone GSo. Down- town office at tile Lelhhridge-Woy- burn Realty Co. Phone COOKING 3RICTLY HOME PleB, Cakes Saratoga Chips. Can be had at market stall. Orders received at home, 12H clth Ave. A Sonlll, will he delivered. Mrs. U. J. Wailgh. Phone 1583 GALT LUMP COAL 54.35 PER TON DELIVERED C.O.D. ALSO NUT COAL down and ?1 per wcelt. Avenoe S. FrOTJND NOTICE I have impounded on the N. W. Yi Secllon 1-3-20, one bay horse colt, white stripe in face, no visible brands. W. H. PAWSON, Jr. j_3 pnondkeeper, Coahlalo. hilgllteen kioj, 24-Ox Range Twenly-onc west of the Fourth Meridian, which have been subdivided under Plans Nos. 4938-A-li, G489Y and 7751-A-Q, into a Village, aod lhat all ohjecllons to Ihe organ- ization of such lerritory into a village musl lie filed with the said Minister on or before Thursday, March 1ft I C WILPMD C.ARIEPY. Minister of Municipal Affairs, jj Province of Alberta. NOTICE The has purchased Ihe Long Ly liealiturant- at Magrath anil after April 1st will not be responsible for any debts contracted b> the form- _a AI'AH WAI JOE. Paper, shirts have been issued to .Japanese soldiers as a protection, cold. Martins Baggage Transfer Phone1386 Careful and Prompt Service ;