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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TriE PAGE FI�1S The- -tlltlfetlt annual report of the trnloh;Bhnk:qt .Canada shows net iiro nt^ for thd'year.ended November 30, 1914;. df; $71?.440;! as compared with $752,000 'fof;.thi3 previous year. This Blight conti-actlon. In view of. the world-'wiae/'depreaBlon, -was to be: ex- Coufffc pto� the TMav tlMt OaaiM If �Bd e�t iriondH. It \rarni'U4 that there is inflammation or obitnuetioA; in � danKcrouB pliicc. Tlierefor�,v when you -((et, a bad conjfli don't^roceed-to dose youreelf with a lot of dru/n* that "inarBly ''Htotf' the coiiRh temporarily by; deadening the tliroat nervci,.i Treat tbocauw4-^heal tho inHamcd, meraoranei. Here^ is � home-madcrGmedy that eots rielit at the eauac and wi)I mi^ke an ebitinato couf(h vanieli more .quickly than, yourever thought pes- Blbloi^-  'V:',, Put 2% ounees oif Pinwc (SO cents worth) in 9, lO-ounce bottle atid fill the bottle with plain ernnulated suffar syrup. This Rives you 16 ounces of .the most pleasant and .eflfeetivo remedy'you ever used, at a cost of only 64 cents. No bother to prepare. Full directions with Pinex. It heals the inflamed membranes so pently and promptlv that you wonder how it does it. Also loosens a dry,-'hoarse or ticht cotijjh and stops the formation of phlegm in the throat and bronchial tubes, thus endinK the persistent loose cpufrh. Pinex is a. highly concentrated com pound of Norway pine extract, rich In Ruaiacol, and is famous the world over for its healinR effect on the-membranes To avoid disappointment, ask your dnipRist for "2% ounces of Pinex," and don't accept anything else. A guarantee of absolute satisfaction, or money promptly refundedL'goes with this preparation. The Pinex Co., Toronto, Ont. The homo of Mr. and Mrs. B; Alns-worfcli was brightened yesterday al^ tenioon by the arrival of a Ane big baby hoy. �  � , Mr. J. O, Jiobertson has IcJt for Ottawa to visit his mother ^ a . � , 11;   � Mrs. Wm. Stafford is resldinR a't lies 5th Ave. S., instead ol-Cth Ave. south. �.......; : . . , . .MR.. JOHN GALT Presdent of the Union Bank of Can ada,'who gave lan' interesting address before the annual meeting . pected, and is on a par with the experience of other banks which have Issued.their reports. Apart from tlie decrease'In net earnings, the bank VtRlIIACi IN K Fernic, .Jan. 11.-(Special): - The eniijuiry into the death of Evan Evans late inspectfoi of mines, whose death was the result of. an arttempt to explore B mine, north, at Coal Creek, after the explosion on the morning of Jan. 2nd,r was resumed today and Dr. Moore was examined as to the cause of death. Tie doctor stated madeTsatisfactory.progress during the! ^^'^the iesuUd suBo^ yearJ^^hile ;total deposits are down, tl^ dea^^as ^ ^"^oT.sua^ yea/. ,.......- --------- _ $2,000i000 from the showing of the previous year, public deposits Increased .?386,410-r-the general item being largely affected by withdrawal of deposits'on aecbuiit of provincial governments': -special needs. Total as-setSj- however, now stand at |81,561,-000, or almost $1,000,000 more than at the ,closebf!r-li913.. A feature of the report callltlg for comment is the strength of*.'the b-ank's Hquld assets. These stand at nearly, ?26,500,000, and bear a very high ratio to its total liabilities to the piibllc. Another noteworthy featurfe Is the fact that current loans throughout the y^ar am- it was monoxide gas. In answer to interrogations of Chief Mine Inspector Graham, Captain O'Brien, instructor in rescue apparatus, had no-hesitation inisaying that the apparatuses used .at Coal Creek wore in perfect working order when to examined them on, Thursday last, and wcaM not hesitate to. put one of them on and go'into d mine. Mr.-Johnson stated tha.t he had examined them thoroughly on the,23rd of DecembM, -when he'had found them in' Rood condition.' The exammation closed at four o'clock und the jury returned;its verdict as follow^.:- . �. We, the jury find, that Evan Evans came to his death ,by asphyxiation caused by noxious.gasps, the result of an ewloalon :ia- B>'north mire at ^Ooal .Gredfi' TWhiJer, -on -fen-'eXpVoTing: party aftcKthe said explosion.- ThiS jpry,, hoyyeverj: is of -;opinicm that had the instruotiohsicoatainei in the B.C.; mines renouejcourse been Strictly;'adhered- to j there might - not have been' any mirtallty.' . This -lOrV" would particularly emphasise thb.necessity: ot.-a'resprve rescue "crewa't the'pit mou^h, property ee^uipped,. m alt Cases of"^riscue and exploration-.-pirties, travelling m body and JteepmR within touching dis tance. of each other. From the evi^ dence adduced, this jjury- does iiot And that any party'or parties can be held responsible for the death of the de-^ ceased. - Chief Inspector Graham iiitends make examination into the cause of ijKe explosion^ oiit of -which grew-the'regretbable incident of tl� death of Inspector Evans, .hiit will return to Victoria before doing so. The mine is not' in a condition to enter and make an examination at present. GEO. H. BALFOUR General Manager of the Union Bank : Of Canada ounted to over ?50,800,000, or over ?4,-000,000 more-than for the prevdous year, which indicates that the .bank dealt generously witli its customers, and did not restrict credit. The usual dividends wero paid throughout the year, and In addition a bonus of 1 per cent., making ..total disbursements of 11 per cent. The bank, with Ita usual care, has eet.aside the sum of |21S,000 for possible depreciation of securities, considerable part of which will doubtless times. be recovered in normal C. E. Tillotson has been chairman of' the Clajresholm Board. elected School Raymond-J-tender; A very pretty double wedding was solemnized'^ at Magrathi^last Thursday evening, Blshf op Harker .officiating, wheii two brothers, J, Orson and Johfa H; Bridge were united in marriage, to Mrs. Nellie R. Taylor and Miss Alvira Dickson, all of tba contracting parties being residents- of the Garden City. The nuptials were observed at the spacious residence of Mr. and MrSi Arthur Fletcher, and were attended by over fifty .guests, many coming from outside points. The brides were charmingly attired. Both of the couples wi.'i reside in Magrath. *   HAZEN-RISSER Wesley parsonage was the scene of happy event this morning when Randolph Nelson Hazen of Galata, Montana, was united in marriage to Miss Hazel Everett Risser ol Grand-view, Mccitana, The ceremony was performed .by Rev. G. H, Cobblcdick. The happy couple will reside on the groom's ranch in Montana.   BEGLOW-EVERSON The -wedding took place yesterday afterncon at Wesley parsonage, Rev. O. H. Cobbledick officiating, of Elmer Emil Heglow and Nanna Eugenia Everson, both of Magrath. The happy couple will spend a short honeymoon in Lethbridge and vicinity before going to their new home; Cluba and Societies The annual meeting of Knox church W.M.S. will be held tonight in the school room at 8 o'clock. size 20x40, heavy, serviceable quality. Regular 3&c peir-~ 9 A a Sale Price per pair -Linen Towels All linen hemstitched Towels, size 20x40^ 21 dozen.in the lot, regular 40c pair ^Cg^ Clearing per pair.................. CawG The January Sale of Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Presents a tremendous stock of Ladies' Ready'td-Wear Garments at Amazingly Low Prices Flannelette Knickers These are splendidly made Flannelette Knickers of heavy weight materials in neat designs. Regular 60c. L�ss than OQjm one-half price tomorrow-;-at ...... CwiV Children's Underskirts Children's Underskirts, made of fine unshrinkable flannel, tucked and buaon stitch scalloped, cotton waist, just 36 in this clearance lot. Regular 95c... IwiV Ladies'Overalls These popular Overall Aprons for ladiea' wear. Style has neatly fitted waist, kimona sleeve, gored skirt and patch pocket. ^A^^ Regular 85o lines____ ......... �V9w Maids' Aprons iMaids' White I^awn lAprons, large size with prettily embroidered bibs. OQm Regular 7&c qualiUes .............. 996 Beautiful Underskirts Lovely Underskirts of satin, of moire and of silk in a great variety of colors. Aceord-ian. pleated flounces and close fitting tops. These are all regular $5.00 C9 1 C lines. Sale Pflce..............9Ca 19 Knitted Underskirts Barly shoppers will find one of the most attractive offerings in the ready-to-wear section. It concerns UndersMrts. ladieB*-warm underskirts, knitted, all wool, fitted yokes, pretty patterns. Colom � are red, navy and grey. Regular $2.26 ^� IE Half'Price.....................9 � a 19 And Sweater Coats You can gel a Sweater Coat here tor. much less than usual tomorrow. All colon in this lot of Ladles' Sweater Coats, plain and fancy riib, all mire wool. Regular price |3.60 .. $1.85 January Sale Prices in the Quality First Grocei7 Section itigar, 20-lb. sack for ... Cheese- per pound ... Eggs- 3 dozen for .. Rice- 4 pounds for . Potatoes- Per pound ... Swift's Lard- 3 irounds for iSwift's Lard-' 5 pounds for Swift's Lard 10 pounds for White Onions Pickles per 'bottle .... $1.35 19c 90c 25c lie 43c 73c $1.40 and Mixed 20c Smith's Catsup Price ....., ..... Figs- 3 pounds for .... St. Charles Milk: Per can ......... Salt- (3 size) .......... Salt- (5 size) ........ Sunlight Soap 11 bars ffor ..... Royal Crown i Soap Per package .... Peae,'Gom or Beans; per can... 2 large cans Tomatoes for ... 15e 15e 10c :$c 10c 50c 22c 10c 25c French' Peas Per can....... French. Mushrooms, per can. Pumpkins Per can ........ Strawberries 2 cans for ..... Peaches Per can....... Robertson's Red Jelly Per tin ......... Robertson's Bramble Jelly, ^er tin Gallon Apples for ............ Scout Brand iSal-mon, 2 tins for.. 10c 20c 20c 35c 15c Ourrant 25c 25c 30c 25c QUADRUPLETS Prince Albert, Jan. 12.- 4- Mrs. Ernest A. Mathews, of ^ 2eth street east, this city; i- Rave hlrth to- three -girls and + one boy yesterday aftarnoon ; 4- all are living and are quite strong and .healthy. : M^^ +. Mathews : is 35 yearsd i^-e + and these are her llrpt cblk ^ dren. Dr. Chigt&Lro. who aV ^ tiBtiiied h�r. iw^sTntB pnitebly 4� a record for,/Western Canaaa; , .I* fi* * + + * * * 4* 'H-+ * + Mayor Thinks Clerks Work a Mighty Short Day �Whatever Mayor Hardie tbinks | about the salaries of bis clerics, be is cfftam that they put' in a mighty short .day. CUv^^pJoyeos get to-VVp.rk at niw^So^^^^^j?the mornjng;' and quit at flyc^ with an hour olt'tor lunch. That makes_'a seven-hour day. But on Saturdays they quit at 1 o'cloclc, so tiat'they work only 39 hours a week, or-Pi'hours a day. A'For heavy mental work tliat is long enough,!' quoth the chief magis-tcate, Mbut for ooinmon clerical work it is flpt long eiioi