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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FIUI1AY, J 21: Matlefy.btartas 01 our commercial discussed at the Annual Meeting Jho share htilders of Tho of Couiuicrce. The Sjr Kdniund Walker, rflferr- i'd 'irltlrVridc to what Canada has Ihe war and lo HrKala A tribute which iveH cm-1 traces L'auadian opinion. TUc general" v'mcu manager; Sir John Airtl dealt; more fully with tho ifirt Canadian Bank of Commerce had taken in nils tog funds euablhiy Canada to'talta the j-art she did, in which connection saiua ntivf and striking facts were pre- seated to the shareholders'. As customary with .Sir JCdoiuiid, he indicated I he scale of industrial evonU by reference to the figures o; j our foreign trade. For thy fiscal year ending .March the .surplus of due lo an'Increase In ei- jorts of1 (40T.OOO.OOO while imports to- creased ouVy 5SWO.OQO. Tha Increase in pastoral anil agricultural products was mul in .manufactures "Snclt a surplus of e.t- oyer import? would, ii we were paid in international money mafco us fmajit'iaijy rich bryoii'1 imagiiialJuu flHd'lt put .Yew York Exchange, Iho roal test of our international posi- tion at As a. matter -ot fact New Vork exchange Mias lately btoy because with sill our .etiiorte cannot command j tisough iiiturnLi'ioiuil incuoy to keep tlit1 Kir Efdmond explained IMc. Kthvards Was First Hrilish Aivny To Cross tu France The firet 1-et lib rids s man to' re- ct-ivf the Mims Meilal was J'tp. Oeo. J. Dliranls, oEthe post office naif. Atigoush Scrgt. as ruiuouuct1 J sotjy time I was the Ursi lo reeeiry lie ribucn, "Kivcn to ihORe vfco VMS iu persoji is Theo- sojrtiy aid other ic 1 noshing. Tuere arv Miglon, but -one j net'ils an exaltation ii ,1 (have fallen overboard ii, ungodliness: Jesus liHeui, and tho Holy Vtfiu wji jglve UK a vision ot y-iirM iU- ijcjnj tueil tiecomtoC il liiHi1 i axes, and lh.n mViiv in 'ihp- f inhij ajid saving d worJ N'o'.v all v- e iv a n I. is i a a? Just ivi? don't feel is the bcaU'ng A by order uf lUe Hoard of i C. U. DSUenbecfc. 411 u.- vi HMti i tvii ovlv rin VDI1 WlT l1 c-i IvlU Hin.'-! n't Sure at nicturv- or whitl (he ueil v. JJP, and cou- worldly S fc France before Dec. Plo. Ed- Ued lo do and i of tho opportunity. In his -atldrrss (o tlio __ the jireacbc-r dwelt on of h-" tfie rransfiguration. ilw fact minds lt> that after Ihe vision suw oue bat Tlur ilovil pot jwonle through the Ii v.-as not poaslblc to J Jive (ho truly vpmnial lilp UQ'IPSB people hail HIP in IT vi vision ct Christ. Christ afcor resurrection anpparod tt) fiis iliici-' lujtio body, though it was -aV changed'.'body. There who' refuse to believe that. Christ appear-[ ed in" Ihe body. It (R ncxi iloyr j {blasphemy to .say that ChriFt did nut' actually rise from the- dead. Kven now He wants lu 'appear to tifsci- People Eay that it Coca nut inaUer[ what religion (hoy-havo FO Ions It j is some sort of religion. .Tust as the THREATENS E STQGkHOUM.- of ,oiir money th-jt tb.e i wards Is the first lo tereivo the mcdil yt u IF, for those wen who were in count York ivas thai we pin-- j I'racce before November, 1014, Pte. chase largely the United (KO wards, who, is now on tho lime ssll to Great Britain unU re- States sfnd hnvc to settle for our pur-j office slaff, was in the Jlrltieh army chases tlicre in cash anil ut the sanit: when war broke out, doing service tn South Africa, lie went to France with the.: Queen's Itoyal West Sur- reys, and: saw service at the front from the vfcry beginning of war. i1' He first, saw- fighting1 .it: AnlSvetP, ccivo in iwyiiient only" long-term ob- Light upon llus very..iin- potiiiU. 'financial y problem which vitally .concerns Canada, is shed by 11 facts which arc nnd so Imuihously exjilaiaeil, Haying to give credit to Great Urit- aiii for her purchases in uo wise les- senir'.ijlr. Edmund for (he jjart 'has pjayiid In the war, Ihe ahaHholdera of the Dank-will join to tho fuirT til ipre pa to that Navy which blotknding Germany really won Ihe raised." Sir like iionc of: the other arbnnsV lougbL in all the the coiinic was -first founded jn -ihe first battlo of :i9H, He Trance In Januarj-, 1915, and was in nil the fighting un- til Sejitcmlier, 131ft, whcri he" GOV'T jJp The w governmtnt threatens to keep in jail Swiss citizens in. Russia until the Swiss government ratifies the ap'point- ment of an 'official representative of thp Russian Soviet m Switzer- J "GENERAL STRIKE SEATTLE, Jan. Nlembers disciples only Jesus'after Moses of 130 unions affiliated with the find Ellas' had ilisapptarctl, so was only one religion, ihe religion of Jesus. The devil rtoea not t-are what' you believe so- long .as you do not heliere in the tc. hi of her KhouM keep Peps hanily. A11'dealers V Avoid Sour Acid Stomach, Heartburn', on Stomach! Etc, Tufifgcstton and pratHcaHy all fdrins of stomach iroublo, say, medical author- are Alue nine Ihn'cs out ot ten (o an hydrochloric acid in the Elomarh. "acid slomacli" is .dangerous and sufferer? should oun Cff tiro things. Either .they can pa OK .A'limited sod often' d.isagrccablp diet, nvoldlng foods'' lhaf with them, that Irritate ..t.ho istomacli iind lead to ,ox- CCSR ,or they 'ca'n cat aa they :ln rensort.'and make U a to connteracl offset ol the harrnfti! icid.nnd prevent Iho for- nialidn of gas, aournesa or premature Uy iho rtsu of a litlli ftt their racalg. ;Thfre W.pfaljably no bafcr or morci fllnnificli anliatiil I liftn Magnesia and it 13 widely ivctto? purpose. It has no atoinach and ty not awaited the entry of the United j Slates, film bore the part of-the i whole supplying.! coal, food, syrapaihy iind j resourcefulriess, Inyentiou, dar- j courage, whethert in the tranches, at in the she 'children and she that of'' jlhe world which has never, under-' her; unless it be. now that the war1 Is won. wjr -.bewail ahe had a .threer and half. Mllions of de'dnct what! she has lent to her allies, and.certain'' otti'cr recoverable Uejns, ably pf- doU larS at a The pride Britain ,npt warmer i (hart that iell for what'lias'bcen donoj by Canada. Sir Edmund reviewer! in detail HID financial accomplishracnU: of the Dominion during the war per- iod: At '-the'Contact -ot. tho-struggle, found to-borrow alirdaS; and if in winrling up our war accounts we find that--Great Britain. owes havo" borrowed abroad since August we shall have the, proud satisfaction of having'paid (he cost of the war'dut of .ouf Oh the ono hand shall know that In the'greatest emergency in the history of the world we part, on the; other, that ,we ,no-iw have, of great vast suras stand cra'dit of some of niir people, to be paH-by ourLpeopIO: as a" whole over a serfes'ot V llio Pride is expressed" In the dblHly oJ.lho bank; to retain Hie premier in the matter of position, that has not been maintained without ef- fort. The same effort has undoubted- ly required for the-building up of the bank's rest, which !by this' year's distribution of accumulated profits was brought up to equalling the paid-up capilal. The shareholders w'ere romiiided 'that In IMS tho iitim of J was writ- ten off as loss on account ol the de- preciation ol security values. The hope wag expressed.', lhal upon'the (ermJnaliort of the ivar, the aum might be recovered, and this hope ia now After bringing up tho reserve to equalling the Capital fho balance of profit and toes remaining is aubalantial. l Aaltlo from (ho strfctfy tntornal af; fofra of the hank, Sir John's corri- mcnls deal of (he dlmcnl- tits uT'sfng out of (fie war. Ho gave thc.slamp of hfs approval (o tho.Cun- Hffo report, which Jays down as a sound principle that plans for recon- struction should- be limited hi scopo rr> (ii lo keep we'll; wttfijU the a'iriountA taved by Ho also aaona'why it; Is powder of' of five graTn'top Ictfl (akeri; wflk-r tH> food 'excess ndd- ity bo present and prevent Ma furthjy furmatfoiK this removes Ihe wSictoicausc of Urn trouble, and (lip ineal'digfelr.inaiUMlIy nnrl wllhojit 'naod- of pt-pgin pills or arlt- Hisurntcd for oltlierVpowlcr It'iiovftV ns 'n'Hnuld, milk or citrate and in tho blRifrated Mill la 'fry this plan and oat what you wart yoir iiffjil mtfal nml .TO If ihfs isn't the hcH ntlvJcc-yoii.cvcr on fofc'our .fhatrfent qT aH o oMimncif Intercut (o the public, nt when jmw pbus are beltifc iriatls, glVW-'npUsuaU lo the proceedings at this.year's annual meeting of a IIJIII'K tlmt has tho larg- est Individual nalronagft nf the coni- morcial borrowors !u the nonunion. Rank's efforts on behalf of liin last VfDlory'Loao by to of >vhich ri'owv nVoncyV ifltloa In conucctlAr Uifft (JoiernrntW vfti MnufUous Hoard Jnapclng v-'ii.; usaimi Jiff AMOjLfS WAITER WILL AT THE 1 mi I fc JANUARY 30 G I.YCKC.1I I 1 Single lickeis, f 'No Reserves' -i .Those Who Hold Lyceum Season r Tickets Need'No Other Tickets Lyceum Tickets for Balance iof At- tractions, including Cobb, are on sale at COEB JJCKm ARE ON FOLLOWING PLACES Elite Gigar Store, Alexandra Hotel, Lethbridge Hotel, Majestic Theatre Asssnibbia Music Store, Westbrook's Barber Shop v u QMTSIPE DO NOT FAIL TO HEAR THIS FAMOUS ;