Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
30th Ahiraia Meeting Held Atrwimiipeg, January 6th, 1015; V, PROFIT -AND LOSS ACCOUNT � . &il��ce at credit of account. 29th Novenijer. 1913 N^f'IroflU for the year, atter deducting expenses pt manageaient, . � 1tit& due depositors, reserving for interest making 5)roTision for bad and doubtful de�)t3,ftn�.-ttr rebate on blll^ under discount, liave amounted to ..... .;;^�;.'. ......... 712,440.-18 , $803,019.51 Which has been applied as follows: -^'^ ^ itoo00000 Dividend NO. ICS, 2 per cent, paid 2nd MareVl^M........-'too00000 Dividend No. 109. 2 per cent, paid 1st June 1^' ..... Dividend No. 110. 2 per cent, paid 1st September. 1914......^^^Ho iDlvldehd Ho. 111. 2 per cent, payaible 1st Decemmer, 1914 .... 100.000.00 S� of 1 per cent, .payable 1st U^roK 191�. to shareholders of redord as on ISth February. 1915 , . , . Reaerved for depreciation In securities owned* by the Bank. iiiontrlbuUon to Canadian Patriotic; Fund ....W-........... Contribution to Ofticers' Pension Fund.............. \i Balance of Profits carried forward �,..�..�.....'.>.......... 215.000.00 25.000.00 10.000.00 103,019.51 UABILltlES KeK- 3.068.28 100.000.00 50,000.00 13,656,087.79 Notes of the Bank in circulaUon................9 6,382,214.00 Depoaits not bearing interest.................. 17,578,733.38 feiwsita bearing Interest....................... 45,867,181.32 Balances'diie to other bahka hi Canada ;......... 28,075.45 Balances due to Banks and Banking Correspond- V ents elsewhere than in Canada.............. 949,381.56 Bllla payable.................................. 97,333.33 Aoceptances under (Letters of Credit........... Llablutleg not Included In the foregoing ..... ?S.656,0S7.79 570.902,919.04 1,988,590.91 14,252.20 ASSETS OoU and SUver Coin .................,...........?1,161.052.58 Ddtolnlon Govemment Notes...................... 5,949.614.00 Deposit in the Central Gold Reserves . i...................... Notes of other Banks....................................... CheQUea on other Banks .............:��.r.i ..v.. ^iiOther Assets not included in the foregoing ....... :tl3.499.22 310,561.51 929,020.14 260,000.00 � 5,733.69 (JOHN OALT. Pratident. - ' $81,561,849.94 Q. H.^ BALFOUR. General Manager. REPORT OF THE AUDITORS TO THE'^HAREHOLDERS OF THE UNION BANK OF CANADA 1 In aeeordance with the provisions of sub^B�a|Ions:i9 and 20.of Section 56 of the Bank Act. we report to the Sharehold^'as�xpla^tions that we have required, and are of the opinion that the traiiakptiona^. the Bank which have come.under our notice have been within thetpaw-ew^pfithe Bank. , In addition to our verification at the SOthsNoTCejfili^ii-we have, during the year, checked the cash and verified the securities representing the investments of the Bank at its chief ofUce and principal�i>ranche8 and found them to be In agreement with the entries in the "books of >the Bank relating thereto. In our opinion the Balance Sheet is properly drawn up 60i.as to exhibit a true and correct view of the state of the-affairs ..of the Bank, according to the best of our information and the expianatlona given to us, and as shown by the books of the Bank. . T. HAKRY WEBB, E. S. RBAD.5C. -R* BEGAN, Auditors, ; � . - of the firm of WEBB, IlEAD, HB&AN,-OALLINGHAM & CO., V ' � Ctiartered Accountants. Th� President, Mr. John Gait, in t:;v,._ta the adoption of Ihe Report, vl.refeiied to the strong position which ' >the Bank bad maintained during the 'Iplflnaaeial crisis and that they had not Sffi found it necessary to curtail loans for ; v:;ieKltImate purposes. During tlie prea- all our energy to replacing- the wast age of war Iby'increased production, and It is t Wtfd: :dHM�^ F&rfow. manager.' 26-I LOSTNr-A bay /.horse,weight: ';about,. oh right, thigK,.:Avire\!^^^^^^^^^ hook, Old Rahgo,'iron Spt^ , reward for. rstUTnlhg to, A."Mi Steed,, j-'Stirting.::.:;^:--M'^'Si .,.m^M~RrNTING DEPT. lAMAWANTAD. yHjht. mt. t>v De Foreit Porter.) \ �5 Words, 26 esnts an Insertion. 61s Insertions ffr,,^hei price of:Four. MUST ;BE;?RAJ|f'IN ADVANCE WANTED-Stockisheep, 200 toi2500 .(bands. Write at once- stating ages, breading and numbers of vewes and wethers. Delaney's Limited, Leth-bridge. 21-0 TO RENT-Two.,;.bpight front bed rQomi,Vsulta^leilf5|6" lig&tj^^ lug � or. btherwise'i^-'fiit';prim6.;'modern house, on oar line. Apply Box 5 Herald office. 26-6 to JElENT-^Large comfortable., ""ur-lulshed room .in large jnodCTu ,hQ.use, centrally .located, ito,ire8peotable young man or young .woman; Apply Box 4 Herald. . , r ^-' -.' :, . 24-0 WANTBD-^o rent 'by young married couple,' five' or six .-roomed- furnished . moderii. ibungalbw, voentrally . located, . for summet 61" 'longeir. Can take - possession'afay tlme.'f Apply Box 17 Herald officie.'t- " - 23-C MASSAGE SUPERFLOUS HAIR REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-MISS K.M.' Holmes graduate of the Pennsylvania Ortho-peedlc Institute, Medical vMassage: and Gymnastics (STtedis)i3, JEJleotyl-cal Vibratory and TJierapeutlc .Liglit Treatments, ElectrolyBis andj Sh^Stt.v poolng Tr^eatment^.;-given by.'aft _polhtmen^ .only., Rqi?in .'1.. ffiill .fflkl-; MEDICAL FURN^pfiD RpOM^^Best Ipcatlon and, .outlook in city, cpmfortable in all � respe^tp - ^ni at- ',reasohable rental. Miss Smith,, fioom, ,3, Uhipn . Bank Building;., l'.,^ ^ . 23-6 PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL -.Mrs. Van Haarlem's Privata.v. Hospital an,d Maternity Home. SP�Sl?l'�\^,|;7;. en on application. 1224 701;Ay.enua South. Phone .746. ., .. ' ' .... DR, W, S, GALBI?AITH-Physician: Surgeon, Accducher. Hours 2-3; ,7-8 p.m. -Office 914 Third Avenue. . ,Phone 1253. , , -' .f-- DR. McNALLYi-109 Slieriock tilock. IleBidence 1265 Sijtth .Avenuii. Office' 'hours 11-12;. . O'fflce Phone 319; Residence 1090. DR. TAYLOR-Bar, Eye, Nose and Throat;, Dominion Building. Office houre,"J.0-4i2;. 2-^; esfeiUngs, by api .poipliaenU.vBhoits: dficls 341, .Residence 593. DENTAL NURSING MISS L. F. McKEE-G�aduate of maritan Hospital and Rotunda Hospital, Ireland. Medical, surgical .and obatarical nursing. 701 5Ui Avenue South. Phone 793. PUPILS FOR PiANO-^^rlando Kay, 1401 7th Avenue North. �nt'war: conditions our first duly Is to age, and intelligent economy will un-defaid the Esvplre; our next to devote dodbtedly bring va safely through this At a subsequent Meeting of the newly elected board, Sir William Price, was elected Honorary President; Mr. John Gait, president; Mr. R. T. Riley and Ma Geo, H. Thomson, Vice-Presi-dents^ D; Broadfoofc has been elected chairman ol the school bpwd at RedcUfl. ^ii^ EHecl ot Shell Hred klo Scaiboroufh D RAYING . Gf Mliciii^s - " WesternTransf er Go� Limited > Office-C. P. PHONES R. Freight She^s Office : : 1163 Pfflcfe : ::i-''M2'' JJtabies I: 'T�64 THE NIIRW MISSION Provides visiting nurses tor maternity and all medical and surgical cases. (�xcept contagious diseases), and charges according to the circumstances, of the patient. Poor patiente,cared, .'tor free of charge. Graduate nurses for private, duty, also provided.', For. further particulars apply' to Che/Nursing Mission 14t4 7th Avenue South. Phone 1233. (Miss) A. M. Tllley, Supervisor. (Miss) M. A. MacKay, Grad. Nurse, (Miss) J. Mackenzie. Orsd. Nurss. STENOGRAI-HYr PUBLIC STFNOGRAPHy-r^Miss M. Brown, 415 5th St. S. Hours 10 to 12; 1 to 5 or by appQintment._ Tge-phone 1666. Residenge-720.A -^Seoona hand .Williams piano; will sell pUeap for cash or easy terms. ,Apply Box 41 Herald office or Phone 1402. ' � i2-0 FOR SALE-Malleable Iron ranges, $1 down and ?1 per week. Apply 412 4th Avenue S, �' � , 280-0 FOR sALE-^AIfaJfa. $12.60; tlmothy-alfalfa mixture,-$13; 'tihiothy'$14. Buy direct from-the grdwers through their-E-tfes .office. Farm-Products Limited, Phones 365 and 1017. Box 926 Loth-briajre.-"'" ' " 251-M) SEED,OATS FOR SALE-We hkve a limited amount of clibice Bannef seed' bat'B;,; These joits'have bbe'n very-careJ fully cleatifed � and graded'- tlirbe 'llinesj'-A germination tesf'bf'100% haS been-given us this year on these' by the Goverament Seed 'Laboratory. Samples and prices furnished on application. C. S. Noble, Npblefprd. 8-0 �:uate University of Ma^land.,^oms, pg/njo^th. 422 I2th St., 6 rooms and bath-,. -with -stable, ,-$8.00 per; month. 643�,8th.St. S., 7...T00m8 fnlly.madem. ' , 1165, Le'thbridge. A.lta. -'.i70--n DRS. MARRS AND MARRS-DentlstE Successors ^;o 'Drsi Stewart and Mo Clure. Hours: 9 to 5. Office, Hlg-inbotham Block. Phone .374. DR. E. G.'SIMMONDS-Dentists-member of JRpyal College of'Surgeons, -: (Eng.) Licentiate Roj'al 'College 'of Physidian,S (London.), . L.D'.S." 1900, '� Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Office: 6-8 rflglti-botham Block. .,' $25.00 p>Jr-month. -1248 � 5th 'Ave., six rooms -fSallyi-mod^rna) furnished, $30.00 per'm'onth.) -N.'B. Peat & Co.. Macdon-ald Block, Agents. H-0 TO Rtil^T-i-Eungalbw itf Strfttiicoha CoUrt,. fuIly"'"inoderii, Includiflg gas ranke aiifd'.ail.cbHVeiilences. AiJply C. B. Boiiwiaah'Aigh'cy,/Acadla Blk. 5-0 viavi LETHBRIDGE VIAVI COMPANY- (The Herbal System: of Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) Number-15 Hull Block. .Hours 4 to 6 p.m. daily, - 10 to 4 Saturday or toy appointment. ,, Miss E. S. Cook. 25,277:0 FRACHE BROS, FLORI.STS^Whole-sale and Retail. Designs, Bouquets, Cut Flowers, Pot Plants 'and Hot House Vegetables. Phone 1003, Lethbridge. / 281-0 undertaking spirella parlors CORSETIERE-Mrs. H.H;Pipes, 414 5th Ave, S.. succesEor to Mrs. Lun-dy, Write lor appqintihent: T. S., FETTERLY-Leading. Funeral Director and Eni^balmer; also agent for the Somerville Marble & Granite Works, ot Calgary; Office opposite Co'jrt House. Phone 561. Rest dence 284 7th Ave. S. Phone 1176. Open day and night. 15-0 art embroideries "NEEOLeVoRK SUPPLIED. LES-' SONS GIVEN-Apply Miss J^jmcr; Phone 783. 14th Ave. S.- 240^ CLEANERS AND DYERS THE VALET-324 6th St. 8., opposite the Herald, are specialists in. chemical cleaning and dyeing. Prompt service on out of town business, call, write or phono for price ,11st. Phone 1812. , . ZJr-rO accountant (V D. WING-Associate of the Instl-Stltute of Cb-irterRfli Accountants ot England and Wales.and of tho In-tuto of Cliartered iAC educational KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL-Cran brook. Bi C. HeadmiBtres*. MissV M. Cherrington. Boarding school for girls and young boys. Bracing mountain climate. Full High School curriculum. Shorthand, Stenography and Bookkeeping. Special attention given to Drawing, Painting, Sketch ing from nature, etc. Write for prospectus. FO It R ENT-Fg?t�mhBe. etc,, apply X- M.^CvvA.';,- . -'..r- ^y:r,. ' � 24-0 -'S'^. .V......-- BOARD. AliilD ROOM In brlvate' fiTmily -in modem �. � hbuio centraliyJ-i located,: for: ., f*b yoiirig -ia'di^s or married'..: � 'couple; -A^ply^Box 57rHeraldv.v office; V' . "IS-rOxv For Sale or Exchang* . modem FOR BXCSHANGB-cpme familiar wlth^our business., ',;,AddreBs' a:.^B;, Box-38-Herald.- , ' . '; ;22-1 FURRIER FURS REMODELLED-Dressed: and cleaned. > Work guaranteed; "Please let us have order as soon as passible. David Scott, Bentley Com- -pany Store. 222--^0 Martins Baggage Transfer Phone1386 , Careful a/id Pr^lnrpt Servloa ; - auctioneer w; L. WILSON-ProVinclar and � City , Licensed -Auctioneer: Sales of'all ' kinds tjonduoted on reasonaible terms; 'Live-stockjand farm saiesa . speeJalty;' Offlco-at the-WUsOh Fur--Alfiu''e-Op.,'404 13th 8tN. Phone '10B3. R^s!fl%hceajii'or. 1 wiU not be responsible for .deblsi contracted by Wing Sing Tong.- ''Hereaftei' I will own and manage, the business. Any persons htfvin^~ blJW ag:iin,9r Wing; Sin^'Torig'jorhafving had .�jny,dealings wlto him^'whioh"! should, know of are �e^uesfert' -tp call -ibi' or � befoTS' Jan-uary^ath;' ' ' ^ HOP-BING, Barons, Albertaf FOR SALE 18 head of.Thoroughbred Ram-boulllet Rams' In good condition for breedlng'purpoBei. " ' Price $10.00 per head See or write:, : . R. 0'. Itarvey ' Breeder of and Dea'lor In Sheep. RAVMOND, ALTA.