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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta "Si N'- fbbtibge t^etalb tetbbirid0e/t((bOBt4i'Mou8toA and A^rtttfoiii So far he' has tfbtain-' ed eontA little advantam here in tlM capture of trenches attd Ih titaylhg the French advance. On the nbrtherh lianic of the Aisn^. iMeyond Soissdns, the enemy holds the ipround regained from the AlUes. The' advances ma4e U(��ath�r br thi Oeltnani are not so, Uterally feokoned, bei&c as seen lecoreriee of %-|at had be�n lost irith no material fiigadvantage to the AlliM. ^lawa. by the frontier �f Slaat fnt' Mia, is.agaiti the seat of a flarM ooa^ nict ibetiTMn; the RuUiaM OtAxQat' nans. a. line drawn parpaadlcularlr fr�tai.thiB t�wA will He f�und to reach Cratoi^. Taking this aa a toimk and forming a .triaki^e wltil its apex at SNnttt'tom* id�� inf th� pnrpase of the'.Aiuelan armies 'dtieratiOf ttAfth Bhd �o�ilh of,,Pftland,�ar be formed. I^e two 'sidMf of the tHaagle �� throui^ fhotii wd Arealau, tojiraN -^^hicIi'Utc A^Mian. advances are' projected With Bertlh' as the goal. SEAL BHANB COTFEE � . m Ask your Grocer, ;j.'^Y;:;;for'.. SejM Brand to-day. -"Have this ditslicious coffee for breakfast to� morrOw. CHASi&BANBORN Montreal - 194 Picked;!* in assing roR tttv Mtitr HAn : THE FEARS WAR AROUSES I In ,the annual financial review Of the I^H^HOial rPpat, Prof. Jas. Haror Of Toronto, UnlTcrsity deals with the ittkti people have abont the war. He deals.with them under three beads, *1rst,"tif �tl �e fear that the future ihay 'bring more eerious interruptions to commerce than hate yet occurred. iaie end of the war will of course die* pel this fear, and in the meantime we �peak confidMitly Of tb* British saTy, Ui the second place ire fear that the. ad^uent: to tha pttbUtt d�bt^ of Bui^ ope Will abtorn capiUl to such an tent that'Ittdtiairy will be crip|>l*di may.:be Wd IftahiWertii thiB' that ttats la the past have not resttited so, Th^ Napoleonic ^ra added i^pi^ce' diented buina to the puibUe debt of dreat firit&iii yet capital Was found aVthe close of those wars to finance A great industrial revolution. Similar^ If at the close of the Civil War, one iuiiuofi cdiul)ataiitB wer� abs6i1>ed in* to t&e lUdustriM Of the country with' out affecting wages and a period of wonderful praspeHty followed. The present war'Is eoetiiig the nations In^ tolvei 140,000,000 a day. Spreading ihlecause coafideiiae ^t.the 'liliiff* IftteriiatioBal 9�a�dr..wfk(''pRib-�j^ be. �m�er conMbeddad. The Henltdi^e^es the ooaimlstdonel-a Windsor will TfldBce water rate* 16 ter cent.^ - - - R. R. Hosmer has %eett'elected pre-Mdent of CanBdiah"CjnBt a. major-general. Gte hasn't anything.on.our own Sam, w4io didn't, visit ue thisfweek. W�l, 'don't, cry, little Lethbridge. We've Btlll got coming Major^eneral Sam and an internal elevator. Zero In 1�iok: be; to meet Sam and't" on a sidetrack. all, primed Up be switched oft money box. Blllimteht try putting his jS^t be bo momen^o^s." Will cbnimiB- ..... ---' .-^T-iu.- 'gjoijef Grace j.Btate,', to the public whether or not the weed inspector Was responsible for the "weeds that grew in, and will he further inform the public that he lised brains and common sense in cleahlhg them up! How muoii time didhe apend penjonally on thlB matter, and;where was all this money spent^on private jp'roperty or city proiperty And will he tell the public he is using hie brains, aud bis }3500 a year job, to attack a public official who dares to do his duty? For two monthg; I tried to get the city to clean lip before taking action in court. The Chief Weed Inspector wrote the city and' told them that it was the worst city in'Alberta for weeds. I reported the city as found it on my visit, and was directed to take action, which I did. They found that I had enough brains to beat Commissioner Orace and his bo-llcltor, who was up in court to defend the city. Ever since that time it has been a bad thorn in CommlBsloner Qrace's flesh. We might expect school boy to go home and tell his father that he bad got a good licking, but from a high-priced official like Commissioner Grace we expect to see a little m'anhood. Let it be understood right from now that so long as I hold the .poBUion of y/eei inspector, I am going to do my duty without fear or favor, and carry out the act so long as it is. on the statute bookB. if. the public don't Pat BumB' remount .job was a sort of off-agin cn-agin affair-mostly dis mount. Heard in a C. H. corridor today: First victim: How much did th ey akin you? Second victim: Fifteen per. First victim: Same here. ChorUB (In unison): The boobs- tlie big stiffs! Chief Skelton: 'Smattert I ain't kicking. Leth^dge Branch-R. T. Brymtier, Mgr. Lekal Pote Effusea Again The Kaiser Is up in the air, He thought he'd give Bnglaud scare. But.we've still got some pep, And we'll bring down his Zepp, ,----- -----r " r::-^ "-.V.'.-V" " And then skin the old Kaiser for meet me, as requested by official no- fair. (Some load.] Joshers are having fun with Jim ChalllBB because he lost a liquor case brought against the''Missouri Pacific, at Columbus, Kan., under the Mahln law.. They say Jim had troiible in. proving that thirteen carB of beer from Weston, Mo., received^ by a Col-umbuB man in the .inattir of sU months or so was all for his own use, especially as his family consisted only of himself, his wife and two Children. -Atchison (Kan.) Glob^p., NEW PRESIDENT U.r.A. (�Edmonton Bulletin) James Speakman of Penhold, who yesterday received the highest honor tice, a short course at the police barracks win settle the matter, where brains wlTi count, the same'as they have in the past,. In conclusion, I would like to meet Commissioner Orace on a public platform, and debate this out. It would help to extract the thorn from hla side. Yours truly, DAVID KINO. RE CITY BAND Editor, Herald: If the policy advocated by the Cltlaens' committee be adopted, it is quite evident that the Cly Band Is due for a decided slump in efflclenoy. Any dlrecor,' capabl of continuing the good work that, the organization haa accomplished .in. the past, or of improving it, can certainly find many places on the continent where his energy will be much ^nore in the gift of his feUow, farmers: of I where his enerp will be much mqre Alberta.^ one of t.e oldeat and best- ^ -�^ than it ^^^^ ''The Beverage that Benefitt' Not simply a thlwt auench�r, bot ; merely a stimulant, but juat the purest most henlth Infutins spirit that has .. ever been produced. Excellent as a "pick, xae-np" tonic and most beneficial In its effect on the liver, kidneys, and other organs. Vastly sn. perior to ordiasry gin, OUamahU at all hottU and rttaU tloff. ' Distributors The Hudson's Bay Company. known agriculturists of the province, having been farming near Penhold for 24 years. He is an Englishman by birth, first seeing the light in the great Industrial centre'of MahobeBter. Hi was educated at Kiel,i neat*' the present hiding place-of the German Ceet. Mr. Speakman hag .tahert a promlu. ent part in'the deUberatiouB of the U.F.A. since its organization. He was a member of the execiitlve. during 1912 and 191^, and last year, was elevated to the position of .necbbd vice-resldent. Long before that, however, .ie had shown a pr^oticil interest lu the welfare of those, engaiged in the agricultural industry, and in all matters pertaining to the deVElopment of agriculture. Twenty yeas ago he was associated with the.Patoiis of Industry, and in later years he,wis,identified with the Innisfail Agricultural society and the Innisfail creamery, Well liked by all, a convincing speaker, and an enthusiast in connec-tlon with Alberta's premier industry, his friends are confident that he will fill his new position with dignity and success, and that the U.F.A.-wll prosper more than ever before under his ^uidaacg, _ � " .. � � . And It is not probable that a musician possessing the necessary talent would undertake the work of directing under such terms. Wltliout competent leadership no band, choir or orchestra can mako headway, and It iB much to be doubted that a City band .would be: long in existence without such'direction; Should it manage to keep alive, it is needless to say that the Bte.ndard of music rendered wbuld be'-by. no ineuns on a par with that bf the past years. Another point: The paltry thirtyor i^orty dollars that each band member would earn, would hardly make hlin pauch richer, financially;-but esspcla-tlon with a man of Mr Cline'B character and ability is bound to make him much richer in musical education iind accomplishment. . . The citizens are insistiug on effi ciency and the best value for their jnoney. Ab far as band matters go the way to get it is to pay a good di-l^eetor, thus making it worth his While to stay with us, I thank you for your spacej Re-Bpectfully youtiB, ^ , . '. j E. a SLOAN. Head Office Lethbridge, Alberta Vital Statistics ior the Province of; Alberts v FOR 1913 SHOW BIRTHS 11,871; -MARRIAQES 5,063; DEATHS 4,432. Only,313 Wills w*re Probated in Alberta In 1913. You should make your Will and provide the most economical means fpr adniinistering your Estate. WRITE FOR OUR BOOKLET. The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company,Limited Public Adrrtinlstrator and Official Assisnee for the-Judicial Districts of CEtHBRIOGE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN : ...220 Eiahth Aveiiue Weat, Calgary^ . Lethbridge'OfHee Bank of Cerutierce BIdg., J. W. MeNlool fnapeeter THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE BAS IN8TAIXSO SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. lodgb TOim Wma, Tide Deeds, Mcntflages, Insunmee Polkie* ��r other valuableain one of these bosGes with Cash la the Bank Ym Cu Bay It Advanfage You know how evorythlnj costs more when you have to buy on credit Why not practical self-denjaf a while if necessary, open a Savinga Acosunt in the Uiubn Bank of C�n�da, and, with the'ntoney hi band^ buyat Cash prices? The discounts will help .to swell your bank balance, and you win have noade a good start tovarda ftiuuMlal indepeodABCOt OFCANAbA t 3RA8SY. LAKE .BRANCH LETHBRIDCSiE BRANCH ' a. B. KING. Aetlhg � G. R. TINNING Manager Manager J Imperial Bank of Canada Cajiital Paid Up .________......j $7,000,000 Eeserve Fund ..\............. 7,000,000 Total Assets Over ,.......... a 82,000,000 ' Head Office-^Toronto P. HOWLAND, PreBtdent^ :. : ELIA8 ROGERS, VIoe-Prealdent. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of $1.00 and Upwards received and interest allowej froni , r ' date of depoBlt. LETHBRlbGE BftANCH.,............, ,W. R. SEATLE, Manager ^ OF CANADA b The Most Omvenient Of All Small Investments t The Standard Bank of Canada invites deposits of $i ,00 and upwards. A passbook showing the amount of the balance will b� handed you when making the first deposit. You have then a Bank Account, to which you may add or from which you may withdraw at any time withput unpece.'js.iry delar. Interest is paid on all balances twice a year, or added to principal. > Capital and Keacrve ,  t9fin,&n 166 L LETi Aaaeta over 46,000,000. mtUGE BRANCH. SIS, 13th Street G.'P.'blETOIER, Manaaer. ; I ;