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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, KEimUAHY 2q, 1920 THE LETHBHinCiE DAILY PAGE M1NU. nTCtlMEio One of Irrigated Shovv Places of Purchased by Twin Falls People O. T. l.slhrep's irrigated farm. 13 miles due east o! I.etbbrMgo and miles southeast cf Coaldale, bas jus baen sold at a price considerably ove Hie per acre mark. The bujer are Twin Kalis, Idaho, people, Thel MID WAY IN LIFE Men at forty rtand at the.pbrtal of a crucial period. Strength must be kept the body well nourished. EMULSION is ihe tonic of wonderful to in middle :Iife. SCpTIT'S nourishes and in- 1 vigoratei and helps the i body keep up with the daily ive'ar and tear on strength.' Let Scott's help'k'eep you robust! Scott to. Onl, "19-11 aua haven't teen lully outlined, ut'lt Is understood severai of Ihein re formliig a holdlnrj to the (arm. This property Is well inlly cottage, with large dlnlns- oom, kitchen, sleeping quarters T6r family aud household help; a bunk-house, a clilclsen-house, large modem barn, capaclly for 24 2S caltlo. box-stalls and cor- als; hos-house. sheds, etc.-, a fine rove of young trees. The Idba ol -Mr. I-athrop. has had In ajud in building up Jhis farm has eeiito make U a winter feeding place or stock. are 'three large near iho buildings au he flllod to a depth of It (eel. and was constructed to furnish pressure water (or a modern system for both aud other buildings. This baa been operated mixed fanning proposition-horses, ca'.Ue, shoop, hogs, wltuv full-blood sires at tho head of tho herds. This1 U a beautiful piece of land and withHhe Improvements crops it has produced has become one of Iho show places of the district, and has full water right. Mr. Lathrop, lo ooounentlnE'on the sale, elates it is soinotblns like-part: ing with one ol the family- He has owned It tor several years, realizes its possibilities, and considers the sale was made at a low price. Tlio reason he prevailed upon himself to p'art with this farm at the present time at so low a price was that to bring it lip to Its greatest earning power and usefulness lo the commun- ity, a much larger portion ot the farm should in be gotten Into ultalfa. To do Uits vould require more ot his own time, and personal attention than .he feels 10 would be justified in devoting t r eii. L'Jin uj military training will be omitted from rtends (bat arc betlcr than dollars, ami lation at the next session- of i December. Thi6- was] agreed upon last night by 'Kcpiibli- can leaders and Chairman_Kaljn of the house military committee after I two days of informal conference. l the house army reorganization bill aiicl aro mcsaurcil In terms of corn- will he the subject of- senar.ito Icgis- 'nerrn. To thn Kotarian, community prosperity Is morn than personal pro- fil. HP never 'knocks' a good tiling, nor prill PCS a brut thing. His city 'Is the best in the country, and Ills coun- try tho in the worUU He is an all-wool, yard-wide American or Can-] or whatever, his nationality. He; works plays square, and glvpR! with a Hit has an eye for nolghborV need; a.'hnntl trained to iiolp. a foot, used to patbg of helpful- ness and mercy anil n hcnrl for true iiit-iv gonil little children.] "Unlnrv rimy nut a hull it hfis woven JnJo the fabric of its helpful JicMvlty, tliEt, witnont Vhlch 1 even rpliginn Is init 'UK n thiklins and Courtney How She Was Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. _______ i, was simply ilk misery from 2 weakness ant awful nothing seemed ta do me any good. A friend advised im to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- table Compound. I did so and got re- lief right away. can certainly re commend thia ralu able medicine tc other women wh suffer, for it ha done such eoo work for me and I know itwillhel others they will giva it a fairtriaL LIZZIE 103 West, Oskaloosa, women drag along from da to day, year in and year out, sufierin lucumisery as did Mrs. Courtney, whe Buoh are continually bein published. Every woman who suffers from displacements, irregularities, in- flammation, u3cerationr.backacha, or whstspassinff through th> Change of Life should, give this famous root aud herb remedy, Lydia E. Pink- ham'a Vegetable Componnd, a trial. For special advice write Lydia E. Finkham Medicine Co., Lynn. Maag.' The insult of itJ long'expericncils cd on. Margin McDon- attorncy for Iron county, tday announced that lie liad rccoivcd a tplegrani from AUorney-Gcnerat mcr that a "misunderstand- Ing liad arisen" over the entorceuibat fcer having proper credentials. K of prohlbllipn lavs and the bope that the differences would be'Straightened, oul. McDonough declared no realstaucB would be offered tu any tedoral oWi- thru ihe long winter months, 'TOU nay enjoy delightful fruit from California's orchards.. PEARS. APRICOTS JIUSt i EL RAlSiNS SEEDLESS RAISINS anJ PIOS In51b. cartons front your grocer "FrtM C'ttfnif It You Without "TIGER" CAN'T COME TORON'TQ Tlio of "Tiger to linn 'Mils yefr. and liirinigli M. i'hillipu Hoy. commissicin-' tif Cnnadn fnim l-'rancc. has replied In ;tn inviJaliffiT tc; Ihe fonnrr premior of li'raijro'liy T. A. pri'siilcnt of llio Ciuiadian National Inhibition, to this'clfect. KING ALBERT MAY VISIT BRAZILIANS' nniTSSKIvS: i'Vb. 2u.---l'hc of] K'lng lo Uin Jniiciro uolj bpicn da'inlloly dccidctl Iho) Associi'itcd TVftss iviv- o'fich'ly, in-1 fornin't psi'sib'y Ihe prince :if; cotniwny King Alhcit if lie lo: lirrszil I OLOHAM 26, BRADFORD NORTHERN THKEE LONDON. Feb. Catuillan n Northern Unioti fnutijiill game yeslcrrlay, Oldhain dcfcilrd Ilr.idfofd Northern. 26 to 3. It ahvays rlid every winter. Finally; Cousin Kate came from St. Paul for a visit. Sh? cuggesicd It healed Ida'n Lords nlmost genlly and com- pletely. She always keeps it handy now. Her hands are soft Mentliolalum heals cracked lips, too and ciils, burns nnci other "little ills." "Tkc Little Nvistfrr Little tilt" The Standard Bank of Canada Statement of the buiineti of the Bank for the year ended 31st January, 1920 PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT brought forward from January 31st. Profits for year ending January, 1920, after deducting expenses, inter- est accrued on deposits, rebate for interest on unmzturcd bills, Provin- cial taxes, and making provision lor bad and doublftil Dividend No. 114, paid 1st May, 1919, at the rate of l.V.t per annum......5 Dividend No. 115. paid Isl Augusl. 1919. at the r.-.te of !39c per annum----- Dividend No. 1st N'ovcmber..l919. at the rate of 13% per annum Dividend No, 1st 1'cbruary, 19JO, at the rate of Uft per annum Contributed'.to. Officers' Pcnsioi] to Patriotic and other War Tax Nole Circulation to December 31st, 1919............... 1 P.eservedyfpr. Doininion income Tax...'......................'........... Reduction Premises Balance carried 35.OiM.00 SI.OU637.09 GENERAL STATEMENT Mil January, 1920 LIABILITIES Notes of Bank Deposits bearing interest (inciudinci intcrtst to Deposits not bearing interest............................ Dividend payable, Vehruary 2nd. 1920.......................... Vormer Dividends unclaimed..................................... Balances due to other Banks in Usances clilc to BanUs and Canking Corrfspondents tUcwhcre than in Can ada..................................- Rills Payable. Acceptances under, Letters of .Liabilities, not included in Ihc foregoing............................... Capital pa Reserve -Kiind balance of Profit and Loss Account carried forward.................... 'A'- ASSETS Current coin held Sy Ihc Rant.................i..... Dominion Xotcs ticld............................... Deposit in ttic Centra! GoW Reserves.............. 113.731.00 377.00 360.537.09 Notes of other Banks Clicciues on other Hanks Balances due by Rnnks and Hanking Correspondents else- where Ihan in Canada Dominion and Provincial Government Securities notes- reeding market value Canadian Mnnicmal Securities mid British, foreign and colonial public securities other than Canadian Kailway 2nd oilier bonds, debentures and slocks noi cccdiiu; market value Call ;ind Short (not cxcecdiiiR thirty days) Loans in Canada on bonds, adicnliircs and slocks 826.2Z4.SX 2i1.5S7.064.20 Olhcr Current Loans and Discounts in .Canada (less rebate of interest) Liabilities of Customers under Letters of Credit as per contra Real Instate other Ihan itank Premises.... Overdue Dcbls. estimated provided for Hank ('remises, al mil niorc Ihan cosl, less amounts written off........ v.-illi tlie Minister for the purposes of Circulation I-mid........ Other Assets not included in the 114.672.70 C. H. EASSON, General Mznigcr. W. Tre.siflciit Toronto, 31 si 1WI. Auditor's Report to the Shiteholders. 1 ill- ShcM llit. aiM It office if Tk-. i iceocl -.Tilh ihr of anil c: liitli hive cmne under my I t, oi tht SlicM fviiWl> Irnc c slion. Ihe tiplanalions givc l br, n'. lilt lUt? a, of the lie l iti; oliiee >nd eerlain et utinj the mi lo be btt'll oMhe of ft DjiwoTtli, Toronto, INASMUCH AS YE HAVE DONE IT UNTO OF THE LEAST OF THEbE YE HAVE DONE IT UNTO ME. Your Opportunity to Help the K. of P. Children's Skelter Fund This Week ;