Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
LTTHMIDdt, ALTA., TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1141. British ft Colonial Photographic Co. Cwiirciil Inlin IN notognpbic Supplies Rooms 1 and 2 Oddfellows' Block Cir Hound and Bufferio Are you having Photographic troubles? Call and we -will help you. Our technical staff is always at your service, and any question .will be cheerfully an- twered .ADVICE: GRATIS Amateur Photographers are specially invited TROU BLE is not in our Vocabulary Developing1, Printing and Fin- ishing done for amateurs. All finished inside of 3 days News From the Capital Edmonton, Dec. Pre- mier KutherfordV visit to Ottawa ho secured some valuable old books' and documents for the Canadian section of the University Library, which he is personally contributing. This section will cost several thousands of dollars and it will toko ten years or more to make the collection complete. The victory of the Edmonton' learn in Montreal lust night has roused new enthusiasm in the game here and fresh hopes for the Stanley Cup; The local executive declare they will send tho boys back to the east to cany off the cup tit the end of the season, afterthey have played the western league. WANTED 100 MEN To get their work done in the Lethoridge Hotel Barber Shop POOR BARBERS NOW WORKING Strictly iirst-class work done. Eiectrical treat- meat and compressed air III tie litest flings in Postcards Ed. Kennedy Dr. Clark, H.F. of Olds, will the guest of tho Canadian Club at lun- cheon. The trim young cadets of tho pub- lic schools of Edmonton l.-een regularly organized into a Cadet Corps, according to a lite dtsfuitch from Ottawa. The boys oiviv fol- lowing- the example ot thuir elders; iu their enthusiasm ihii iivlitarv training; for quite a stir >I iMciost; has been made in military circles herei by the organization of the new regi- ment, the 101st Fusileers; unuer the command of Col. iMwards. formerly of Peterboro. Capt. Ir.S.O. who will be instructor at the new provisional school of training in-} fantry. has arrived in ih date in- cluded) Deposits by other banks in Canada. Balance due to Agents in Great Britain adopted and ordered to be, printed for distribution among the sharehold- ers. The: General Manager of the bank, Mr. E. F. Hebden, .briefly discussed the report, remarking: "There is very little to say beyond expressing the hope -that the shareholders may find the exhibit placed before them satis- factory. "The only other matter I have to refer ,to is the staff, and to testify to the continuing loyalty and devo- tion of its members-to the sharehold- ers' interests, and to the excellent spirit animating them towards the bank and one another, and to the good work performed." Messrs. John Patterson and C. R. Black were appointed scrutineers for the election'of Directors. Mr. Geo. Hague moved that the scrutineers cast one ballot in favor of the following persons as. directors: Sir H. Montagu Attan, Messrs. Jonathan Hodgson, Thomas Long, Dividend No. 85 Dividends unclaimed 865.00 2_ To the Stockholders- Capital paid Reserve Fund Balance o f Profits car- ried forward 77 ASSETS. Don't forget the Lyceum Hos pital benefit performance Wednesday afternoon 4 Marks wicke's 42 feet than Old Chandler's Children I5c, adults 26c. Cipilil, Rest aitf IndlvUed Prtliis Exeeti Accmb as well as those of Ranchers, Cattle Dealers and Grain given special attention. Our branches cover the fanning und r.inching districts, of Western Canada espe- cially, more thoroughly than clo those of any other Bank. ..Cheqr.es on .'my Bank cashed. Notes discounted or taken for T collection. Money 'advanced to reliable on moderate terms. 00 opens a SnvIagS Interest paid or added to the PrincipSiJ at regular.intervals. LETMBRIDOC BRANCH: J. Anderson, Manafw. 5. F. Smith, Hugh A. Allan, Charles M. Hays, Alex. Barnet, F. 0. Lewis and Bryce J. Allan. Continuing, Mr. Hague "With regard to the statement just presented, I would say that although he profits are not such as they were d year ago, or such as some other nstitutions have made, they might lave been very much worse if extra- rdinary care had not been taken to jep the. bank in a perfectly strong condition; which is much more im- portant' than making great profits. At this moment the bank is in an ex- ceptionally strong position -with re- gard to its immediately available re- sources, as shown by this statement. They amount to about 50 per cent, of the liabilities. Formerly we used to be well satisfied if our available resources amounted to 25 per cent., but times have changed, and most of the banks now keep larger reserves. "With regard to the names pre- sented, they are the same'as last year with one exception, to replace a Di- rector who has resigned to join the directorate of another bank, and I feel sure that they, will be satisfac- tory to you, and I am sure that all the Shareholders are greatly pleased Gold and Silver Coin on Dominion Notes on hand. Notes and, Cheques of other Banks Balances due by other Banks in Canada Balances due by Banks and Agents in the Unit- ed States I. .T Call and short Loans o n Bonds and Stocks i n Canada Call and short Loans o n Bonds and Stocks else- where than in Canada.. _ 78 Dominion and Provincial Gvveniinent Securities. Municipal, Railway and other Debentures Current Loans and Dis- counts (less rebate of interest reserved) Loans to other Banks, se- _ cured Loans and Discounts overdue (loss fully pro- vided' for) Deposit with Dominion ..Government for securi- ty of Note Circulation. Mortgages and other Se- curities, the of the Bank property Real Estate J5anx Premises and Fur- Other Assets E. F. HEBDEN, General Manager. TELEPHONE SUPERINTENDENT. Edmonton, Jan. J. Richards, manager of the Government telephone system at Edmonton, is appointed to succeed A. E. Morrison, superintend- ent of Government telephones at Cal- gary, who has resigned to accept a position in Minneapolis, Mr. Rich- ards will have headquarters at CaU gary. 0: engineer, taken over Mr. work. bas COVE WON AT CALQARY. 1 Calgary, Jan. Cove, the Ottawa-Seattle-Everett boy, defeated Eddie Marino in the thirteenth round last night, when Marino's manager threw up the sponge. During the thirteenth round Cove made a chop- ping block of Marino, and after the second round there never argument to it.