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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Wednesday, January 22,1013. Asthma CatarrH WnOOPIHG COUGHS SPASMODIC CROUP BRONCHITIS COUGHS COLDS (TABUSHIO 1ST9 A Simple, safe and effecttva treatment f.ir bronchial trouble*, without dcr:n(1 tN: s; :m.-.ch TviiU drugs* Used wiih success tor iiAnv jv.tr.:. The ait* can*) i.-.ji the nnt>ertio var-"1?. in�r*:"tl �with every breath, fji.iki*iT brtathms rr.sj\ *col':i.*jj tHe sore throat, ar: J stopi the Cough. �isv:t;rjT�V3ti ::t nitflits. Cresolens Is invat untie to mo'i:*.:* ~ jountf cbildj-en �;:J a hOoS ta nu:7cic:ti fioai Asthma. Send us rosu! fcr �.�:�,. as prevails in Canada, owing to the ; a�-vtn"�S to prevent widelv different conditions which pre- j sj|jenl Hon. Rodolphe i.emieux asked what the punishment was for negligence. Mr. White replied three years imprisonment. He thought/however, that the .ict should not be. made so drastic that good business meu would hesitate to go on a board of directors. It must, h6wevcr. be impressed upon directors that they are trustees of the depositors. Mr. Lemicux : "Ts'there auy definition of negligence'."' Mr. White : "The courts have never defined negligence and it is hard to lay down a hard and fast definition. The court would have to consider all the circumstances." A. Lancaster asked if there was .1 man holding a dual position as manager and pre- law last summer that di^criaiinated .isainst foreign shipping and granted free tolls to American coastwise shipping. That action, ho declared, had heen a source of '"great regi'fr to multitudes of our fellow citizens" and had v, as disposed to olye.-t to the proposal to create a gold reserve and doubted verv much if it would result in anv considerable addition io circulation. Mr. White : "There is nothing in the bill. If the honorable gentleman thinks it desirable he might bring the matter hefore the banking committee. It will be given every consideration E. W. Nesbitt : ''Could not all the � banks guarantee the deposits of each l\. V. McLean, .South York, who ~:�� ~~- , . ,, �. , . . �s tne\ ,lo in the case of notes ' ........--------- was ,n a highly cnt.cal mood advo-, .Mr. white . ^his would necessi- created a painful impression ihrough-jetted among other things, the es-;tate the creation f � rf f . out ;;..e world," I tab tshment hy the government o� a; ^Ulan dollars. It is not sound in Senate;.- Root was an active oppon-1 bank to be known-as the Bank ot;my minf, J% � cut of the free toll provision when 1 ladle*' coats. Fur, collar and lapels for ladles' coat Miscellaneous Fur stoles. Ais!or|iijent of Men's detachable fur '*' collars. Tnree Mink stoles. .One Mink cape. 'Four Black'Fox stoles. Two Black Fox Muffs. One Ladies' Dropakin Black Muskrat Coat. Two ladies' short Near Seat Coats. Three ladies' long Near Seal* coats. Two ladies' short Black Astrachan Coins. One ladies' Muskrat lined coat, with Mink collar. Five ladles' Black Pony coats, full length. Trunks and Suit Cases A large assortment of Club Bags. English Kit bags. Suit Cases and Trunks. A quantity of telescopes, shawl straps ..etc. I Be On Hand Promptly at 10:30 FRIDAY MORNING, January 24th at A. Southard's Residence, 120 11th Street South Auctioneer, FRANK WADDINGTON clause, and because of the large profits to be made in the banking business in Europe generally. He declared that in the last five years In Canada, no man in legitimate business who was entitled to borrow, had been refused, and that at the present moment there were millious awaiting borrowers in'all the financial institutions of the country. Banks Doing Well Duncan Ross (West Middlesex) thought that Sir Edmond was putting en a poor mouth so far as the banking'business was concerned. He bad gone over the recent, financial statements and had found that they were making from 10 to 20 per cent, on their capital. ,No perEon could honestly contend that the banks were not making good money out of their dealings with the people, of Canada. The banks must remember that they were given their charters, by the people of Canada, and that they were--expected to render a public service to tho country. . ."�-.'' Alt'. Ross pointed out. that the paid up capital' of the Canadian banks stands at 9114,000,000. while the reserve is $100,000,6(10. This means that the banks have made flOO.OUO^ 000 in profits, in addition to all the ; dividends paid to shareholders. Then, [deposits amount to over one billion dollars. On $360,000,000 uo interest is paid, while on the remainder 3 per cent. is paid on such a stingy basis that It.is really only 2'� per cent. � Whilg not agreeing with much of .Mr. McLean's speech, Mr. Hobs ap-. proved the suggestion that a genera! inquiry into banks should precede tho decennial revision of the act. Grav*; charges have been made in regard to the batiks, and it would be well to fiave them investigated. f$ad Blood------ '�� is the direct and inevitable result of irregular tr constipated bowels and ��:' cloeged-tip kidneys and skin. The X undigested food and other wasti* matter which is allowed to accumulate poisons the blood and the'whole system. Dr. Morse's Indian Root 1'ills act directly on the bowels, regulating , them-on the kk|neyn, giving' them ease and strength lopropcily 'titer the 'blood--and on the skin, opening up . the pores. For pure blood and good health take ( Dr. Morse's " ROBBING THE SOIL OF IIS STRENGTH .Grand. Porks," NV ])., ^lan. ;22.-Rc-ttarkabie facts regarding agriculture ! in the northwest were "presented in a j striking manner hy the president of the North Dakota Agricultural College at: a recsnt gathering of the trestate, train' growers. , , ,, S "Agriculture in the ' nevvcr sections is carried on at the expense ot the fertility in the 'soil,? he declared. "A twenty bushel crop of wheat removes from the soil in straw anil grain $0.30 worth of plant food per 'acre or"-lli J ceiite "per bushel: In selling wheat "and burning the straw, I this is actually rem&vcd Tins;vest's! crop of wheat,)- 150,000,000' b^she.ls.�j has removed frrjim .{lie' soil of the! state 5:.'/Q,OoO,dOO-worth of plant food, j Tn other words, the state of North Dakota: is worth- less" as a crrtu fao-by $70,0011,000 tliaii hefore th' grown. Add to this all' other grain raised and the total will be much increased. "It has also been found hy the IT. S. Department of Agriculture the cost of producing a 'bushel ot wheat is 58 cents. Adding this to the' 40* cents to the commercial value of the plant food removed in a bushel of wheat and its straw, 'the total cost ot a bushel o) wheat is $1,044." As a remedy for this robbing 0f the soil the speaker urged the keeping ot live slock, crop rotation and diversification of farm activities, ';' tor 'Indian Root PillS past season's croo .of wbiut was PRAYING .OP ALL KINDS ' Western Transfer Co,, Ltd. Office-CP.R. Freight Sheds -PHONES- Office: : : 1163 and 462 Stable-1064 ;