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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR tHE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, .TUNE 1, 1010 letbbrfbge Devalb BIDerta DAILY AND WEEKLY Raloi: Dally, delivered, per week Dally, delivered, par year Dally, by mall, por year..... "'sckly, Sy psr year TELEPHONES Business Office 100 .55.00 .53.00 .Sl.OO 1352 122J tlic patronage system. The Slmcoo (Out.) Re-former BUVSJ A new government post olllce hi Biu-ford was opened (Ills week with cmlto a flourish of trumpets. The building is said U> have cost And a casual glance at It as one rides by justifies the estimate. It is u glar- ing example of the outrageous lengths to which government spending ha reloped in Cnuodr.. Bun'ord is even au incorporated village, and no statistics arc available as to Its ulatlon. but 800 would be a generous article from the London (Out.) Adver- tiser: Parliament bus adjourned, leaving a record of routine war measures and much partisan strife. H cannot bo said that the nation's leaders reflected the exalted spirit of the nation's peo- ple. No clear call has como from Sir Robert liorden. setting forth the couplry's duty and its needs. Recruit- ing lags for lack of a general policy nml for lack of a thorough understand- ing of the hour's necessity. AVhlto parliament was sitting Sam Hughes told the British people that Canada was irettiui: all the men required, al- though at the same lime from coasi o coast, a thousand of his officers per year. At the present rale de- not i estimate. H had n gross postal re- Stationing Committee of Meth- odist Conference Presents First Dnift of Locations ,-enue In 1915 of 51.650.85. And the -6 for heat, relit and d i were appealing In a thousand differ- the government ot Canada pays on Its j rat ways for more men and giving the j borrowings the Interest will cost nu.ru _ denial 'to the man who likes to play than the total gross revenue of lie Qne o[ ,mportnat features of a Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Torranco Uauaging Director Business Manager the militarv peacock I post office, while the salary of the Inspired'appeals for soldiers have and the bills for fuel and direct loss to the i ing of the ministers. There is a first Your King and Country need you right now! fol. of importance. By the first draft Rev. A A j ytle of Creek, form- church, and bridge, is stationed at wlillo Iciice covered many war transactons mull the curtain was lifted. been spoken. A cause that I jn sudi a wasteful milliner. I place of Rev. Dalgliesh, who is lion. Further reauctitins of meat ra- j should be throbbing into the national j" J __ authorities to regulate the consump- hil lions in Berlin are announced. It is also stated that patrons of restaurants must bring their own sugar, and work- men must bring their own supply of soap to the factories. While the bloodless battle of the blockade goes forward, the bloody bat- tle of Verdun still Yesterday's reports Indicate that the Germans have made some successes, French re- ports admitting the evacuation of trenches near Cumieres village, and German reports elaborating on the vic- tories "with statements of prisoners -and guns taken. British casualties during May have been heavier than preceding months. The total for Mar being given as (100 as against 20.000 in April. GnOUul 06 llltUUUiitS uuu IMC iiiiLiwiiui i lite each day and every hour is j handled as though it were the digging j of a canal or tbe building of a tunnel. The Canadian people are bigger i than their politics. Yet today the nation and its government is in the j chains of politics; the old game is j played according to the old rules and the' very sanctity of the nation's brave martyrs is violated. Canada needs a voice through which __ to express its love of humanity and j gt ICKED UP IN FOR THE BUSY MAN its desire to serve to the last m; the name of the great cause. What the Advertiser appeals oldest resident. Louis Smith, is dead at the age of 104. for. Jas. Brown, an old resident of York is deari. claim J. J. could have been possible at the begin- i Mount Korest, Out., ning ot the war. All that was neces- j sary was for the government to aban- Ne don party tactics and play the game; __ of the whole country. Had it done so Betting favors Justice Hughes for it would have been impregnable. WHO IS TO BLAME FOR CRITICISMS? Criticisms and attacks upon Cana- da'3 minister of militia are immedi- j intimacy, ately interpreted by his journalistic friends as emanating from disloyal partisans. These newspapers tell, us The Calgary Albertan says Senator Lougheed is to be knighted next month. Evidently the Albertan editor and the King are oa wireless terms of Ex-Mayor W. D. Morris of Ottawa has enlisted, and will shortly be ga- i. ii" jutted as transport officer of the 230th Lunney ai ria" nesses and mistakes of the militia I raised at the capital. He department should be entirely over- looked. "Eyes front" is their cry, and with the "eyes front" they would sanc- tion waste and graft until the war ia the Republican nomination for pres- ident. W H Taylor, ex--M.P.P., postmaster :at died as the result of a kick from a horse. i The Western Hotel. Saskatoon, is 'to be remodelled and made into suit- i'able quarters for the C.N.R. offices. The large general store of Thos. nnney at Swift Point, N. B.. was Irish-j Hon. C. W. Robinson, for years man and consequently the .battalion j Solicitor of .Moncton, N.B., has s bound to be bilingual. resigned. over. Then when the horae has es- caped they -would lock the door. One would imagine to read. these news- papers that criticism of this charac- ter was confined to Canada solely. However, our people read other jour- nals and they know something or the proceedings in the British parliament. There are" scores of admirers of Sir Edward Carson in this country. -He .JS-EUaEed as a great loyalist. Ail will admit that his ability and energy are centered on bringing victory to Great Britain, but that does not prevent him- from being a severe and caustic critic of the present British government. Recently he spoke In parliament and Lord Kitchener was his target. An English paper just to hand reports: One part of Sir Edward .Carson's speech created an immense sensa- tion. He said that when he entered the cabinet he decided, being inex- perienced in military matters, to bade the demands and the policy of the cabinet's military advisers. "The mis- fortune was that I found very little to back." This oblique but obvious reference to Lord Kitchener -was pointed by Sir Edward .Carson's .subsequent remark to the effect that there is now at the head of our military affairs a man (meaning Sir William who has done more during the short time he has been there to organize, that office for war than was done in the whole preceding time since the war began. This statement is mild compared with other statements made by Sir Edward.since he left the government. And it is very mild compared with the attacks which have been made by Sir Alfred Markham, Sir Henry Dalziel and other members of the British House of Commons. We venture to say that there hag been less criticism of the Canadian government since the war war com- menced than of the British govern- ment. And when this ia said, it must not be forgotten that the Canadian government failed to give the people a proper lead. Unity was not encour- aged. From the moment war was de- clared partisanship ran rampant, elec- tion talk was circulated, and patron- age was given a tree rein. Liberals were not encouraged to assist in the conduct of the war, but on the other hand the "war was used from the start as a means of undermining the Lib- erai party. No fair minded man could expect the Liberals to remain in the face of the partisan con- duct of our war department, with patronage being utilized in almost every, purchase, with partyf favorites being allowed to grow rich on war contracts, and with .every evidence (that the people's money was being We are much in accord with of Commons called an editor a coward The editor didn't come back with his fists. Well, we don't know the editor, but we do know the Speaker, and it uld need to be a very husky editor who would attempt to clash "with the athletic Mr. Sevigny. Codville Co., wholesale grocers Winnipeg, are opening a branch in .Medicine Hat. The Alberta Methodiat conference jeal-s finds it difficult to fill all the charges. was a train cross- There is a scarcity of ministers. The mg the Track at Cornwall. Ont. war is to blame. Scores of probation- ers have joined the fighting ranks and are either now in the trenches or preparing to go across the seas. They will still be fighting for Christianity .ation and Christianity would both suffer. ihow .V over 5000 Toronto Methodists j have joined the colors. Sarcee Camp is a swamp after these j The Calgary Dept. of Natural He- rains and a Calgary paper says it may j sources of the C. P. R. has supplied be temporarily abandoned as a mili-1249 men for the defence of the Em- tan' camp. The Kilties, for instance. plre- _ were moved to Calgary but not sent F shwte. Royal Bank manager, out to the camp on account of the con- j Regina. has left for Camaguey, Cuba, dltiona Why were they not kept here I where he will assume management until the camp was in shape for the j of the branch of .same bank. men? There was seemingly bad judg- ment somewhere. In wet weather Sarcee Camp becomes a soggy mass of mud. II was a very poor selection for a military camp. The Speaker of the Canadian House The C. -N. R. "Will put 'on a daily train service between. Calgary and Ed- monton on June 11. The Alberta Pacific Co. will rebuild the elevator destroyed by fire at Van- Rev. W. E. Matthews. Baptist min- ister, Brandon, will take a charge in Winnipeg. Reports presented at the district meetings of the Methodist chnrch The New Brunswick Conservative government is on the toboggan slide, 000. ;oo. The people have had a chance to Fred J. Paterson, graduate of the University ot New Brunswick, has heen appointed science -master at the Frederictou High School. Rev. John Gibson, a retired Angli- can minister, who died lately at Thornhill, Ont., left an estate of eipress an opinion and have renderei j Wra. H. Schwerdferger, an old tira- er ia the Kootenay country, died a verdict against the government. Jt Xel3'on Ue was a native of Dundas Is a striking defeat, too, as it was a j county, Ontario, bye-election in which a new cabinet j minister with ail the power of the] Premier Murray." ot Nova government at his back was seeking I was presented with a silver tea set. c i M -n salver and an address bv the Liberal the approval of the people. The N. B. flf the province, government cannot recover from the njury it received when Hon. J. K. j Mre Orlon Warner dind at Guelph. A youug child of .Joseph O'Connor, Brantford, Ont.. was fatally burned whon his clothes caught fire from a zas stove. 1'red Idling, tile 15-year-old son of Freeman of Halifax, was kill- ed in action. He wem to the front without bis parents' consent, W. F. Carroll, Liberal M. P.. for South Cape Breton, is the first Can- adian member of parliament to enlist as a private. Berlin Ont.. electors will chose one of the following names for the new name of the city: Huronto, Bercana, Dtiiiard, Hyde City, Aguoleo and Re- Sirs. Emmerline Pankhurst has con- sented to visit Edmonton, and will speak in that city on June 13th under tile auspices of the Equal Suffrage lea- gue on "Ideals of National Service." Chas. McArthnr, a lineman for the Hydro Construction Co., was instant- ly killed in Amhersthurg by being crushed by an electric light pole fall- ing on him. Private W. J. Beau of Hawley, Ottt., died at Braiitford General Hospital of internal injuries received at Festu- bert when he was buried by sand- hags blown up by a .German shell. The Evaneelieal-Lntheran Church of IH.JOrefused to accept the left ,'theBf by the will of the late Henry Neibrugge because lie left his only daughter only 35.00. A memorial service was held in St. James' Anglican Church, Hamilton, last week iu memory of twenty-one members of the'congregation who had I laid down their lives for King and country. The Women's Canadian Club, of St. John, N.B., js- doing an excellent work in encouraging the art of toy- f making in They ex-' pect to hold an. exhibition of "Made In N. B." toys Nearly this summer. To join the church in Africa one must memorize 'the Lord's Prayer, the Ten Commandments, the Apostles' Creed, certain portions of the Scrip- ture, and answer to a hundred cate- chism questions besides undergoing long probationary period. Rev. E. McQueea, Presbyterian minister of Wroxton, Sask.. has re- j ceived word that his brother. Captain j James McQueen, has been awarded the Military Cross in Africa. The Captain lost his.right arm eight years ago when attacked by a wild elephant; Frank Jay Gould has taken the first! practical step to help the homeless war sufferers by ordering 6000 port-1 able houses which are about1 I from the United States, to be given to those French and Belgian refugees whose homes 'have been destroyed by shell fire. The Masonic fraternity of the world has a very large membership. Eng- land has a membership of i this includes English lodges in dif-1 ferent parts of the world on the English register. Ireland has 19.000, Scotland, Australasia the United States and Can- ada from the Atlantic to the Pacific Flemming had to resign the Premier- :hip on account of being found guilty of corrupt conduct. The Montreal Mail, a very staunch Conservative organ which prefaces some observations with the statement that it has little use for Kyle and leas for Carvell, remarks: "Enough has already come to light at Uie Mere- dith-Duft enquiry to prove that Mr. Kyte would have done the country a disservice if ho had failed to bring to the attention of parliament and the country the information which was placed in his hands. Enoush has been brought out to lend credibility to his charKes and to the inferences which the public draw from them. The dis- closures thus far have proved the im- perative necessity of delving deeper into the Alliaori transactions. That is enough to warrant Mr. Kyte's action i In putting his case before the house." Ont.. five days after her sister, Mrs. Holmes. Both married a little more than a year ago. Seventeen Canadians for the Brit- ish motor boat patrol service have been sent to England and' another party Is leaving shortly. Between ?MOU and worth o[ opium smuggled into Montreal from Liverpool on n linor ivas seized by the Montreal police. down for Crescent Heights, Calgary, on the first draft. Percy Hoynton in located ut Burdott ami Oeo. L. liitchio at Foremost. Apart from those there are no changes of Importance in Southern Albortii. The complete draft of stations Is as follows I. CALGARY DISTRICT. 1. Calgary Samuel W. Fellls; Geo. W. Kerby, Alfred T. Wilkinson, Chan. It. Carscnllcu, Wm. UaugH, John II. Dcazloy, John McDougall. Jns. P. Wostumn. 2. Calgary Allen C. Far- rail; Edward Cragg, Charles W. Bishop. Itohcrt Pearson. 3. Calgary (Trinity) William J. Haggitli! 4. Calgary (St. W. A. Smith. B. Calgary (Crescent 11. W. Dalgliesll. (i. Calgary (Bankviow) Powell. 7. Calgary (Victoria) Edward S. Bishop. 5. Calgary (West) To be supplied. 9. Calgary To he sup- llliprt. 10." Calgary (SI. G. N.) 11. Calgary To be supplied. 12. Calgary (Tuxedo Park) To be supplied. 13. Calgary (Stanley To ho supplied. 14. Calgary (Austrian) To be sup- plied. la. To be supplied. 16. Banfchead One wanted. 17. Oliver E. 15. Mu'iey (Indian Reserve) Eger- tou R. Steinhaucr. Shepard Joseph Lee. 20. Laucblin R. McDon- ald. 21. J. P. Berry. 22. Tudor G. A. Hipkin. 23. One wanted. Bert TV. Sharp John G. Lumsden II. MEDICINE HAT DISTRICT. 24. Mediclno Hat (Fifth Aubrey S. TuttlG; Nathaniel Mac- donald, Chns. J. Wilson. 25. Medicine Hat (Washington Av- enue) Elmore J. Hodgins. 26. (H. E. F.) 27. McPhail Waggett. 28. Empress be supplied. 29. H. Cantlon. 30. J. R.) 31. Taylor. 32. T. Blsdon. 33. E. Rogers. 34. J. Staley. 35. Fertile wanted. 36. Bow Bishop. 37. L. Ritchie. 3S. A. W.) 39. Lucky wanted. 40. Boynton. Joseph E. F. Heald Geo. R. Aldus Walter G. Mason John R. Parker Harrison Villette Francis E. H. Claydon III. LETH3R1DGE DISTRICT. 41. Lethbridge H. Cobbledick. 43. Lethbridge (Westminster) J. B. Francis. M. Fawcett. 44. Philps. 45. E. Collins. 46. Iron A. Eyres.) 47. be supplied. H. Orluudo Jolllfro, Hubert S. Longluy, Edwin J. Pratt, ill. lied Iloor M. llorricks. 92. Houry R. linddon. 83. A. Lyllo. 94. (A. Q. L.) 115. S. Bird A. Fuller.) James 0. Lloyd Thos. F. Lund John R. Muus IX. LACOMBE DISTRICT. 97. llolllngHworth; S. W. Nicholson, Goo. D. Minener. OS Robert Corcoran. 99. (D. Y.) 100. D. 101. Davidgo. 102. Medicine wanted. 103. Wosley Wilkln. 104. L. Bradley. 10E. W. H. Arm- strong; Edmund Barnes. 106. Battle B. Stein- ha'.ier. R. Egbert Newman Robert J. Irwin Herbert Brooke X. STETTLER DISTRICT. 106. Cl. Webber. 15. Hlb- bard. 107. Wall 11. Forma.il. 108. S.) 109. wanted. 110. G Rogers. 111. Red G. Goildard. 112. C. Ratclilfc. 113. G. Hoc- kin. 114 R. Brown. 115 Long he supplied. Joseph E. Ball XI. CASTOR DISTRICT. 116. C. Anderson. 117. U- Taylor. IIS. Sounding; M.) 119. T. Scrags. N. Huglisou. 121. H. C.) 122. C. Austin 123. L. Wright. 124. New wanted. 125. K.) 126. H. Brett- David Young Richard Upton XII WETASK1W1N DISTRICT. 127. Lindsay Wright Donaldson Line The Popular Scotch Strvloe Sailing. PROPOSED SUMMER SAILINGS. CASSANDRA............ June 13 ATHENIA July 2 CASSANDRA July 16 Cabin passengers only, Rate, Twin Screw Steamers, large, comfortable, and very steady at sen. Service throughout Is "DON- ALDSON" STANDARD. Prepaid Tickets from Scotland is- sued at lowest rates. For rates and other Information apply to any Railroad, Steamship Agent, or H. E. LIDMAN, General Agant, Winnipeg, 349 Main Street, Phone M. 5312. Vancouver, 531 Granvillo Street. 48. G. Pybus. William Forshaw Gyrtle L. Baker Waiter M. Peterson Albert W. Harding Robert O. Ferguson IV. MACLEOD DISTRICT. 49. D. Richard. 50. Macleod South (W. F. J. Rudd. 128 M. Gilbert. 129 Pigeon be supplied. 130. Battle be supplied. 131. Bittern F.) 132. Camrose Chas. J. Bailey; Christopher G. Corueille; George W. Mclntosh. 133. New Gordon Bur- Camrose B.) be supplied. .T. Tate. Joseph W. Bainbridge XIII. HARDISTY DISTRICT. I 137. E. Rogers. I 138 R- Geeson. i 139 Webster. 140. Clegg. 141. H. Rowe. 14" B. Empey. 143. E. W.) 144 wanted. 1'45: Finlay. John McDonald. XIV. WAINWRIGHT.. DISTRICT... 146. Kails Swener- Thos. W. Batemau. 147. Pike. iHalstead. .H. Day. W. W.) G. Shaw. 14S. 149. I 150. 151. 51. Starllne One wanted. 52. William E. McNl- ven; Robert K. Peck. 53. Plncher Creek J. N. Wilkinson. 54. To be supplied. 55. TV. N: Stewart. 56. A. J. Law. 57. To be supplied. 5S- Frank Wil'iam T. Young. Eriy .Magee J. Crawford Anglin Fred I. Habgood T. W. Reed Thos. Hart Lt.-Col. W. H. Allen, 106th Battalion G.E-.F.. foranerly'a canUIn in the 15th Battalion, been cashiered by sen- tence of a general court-martial. Col. Allen, who belongs to Turo. N. S., is in communication with the military authorities at Ottawa, demanding a new trial. Thia will be granted, it is understood, anq Col. Alien says the investigation promises to be one of the most sensational in the annals of military affairs "in Canada. the.. Here is an example of the way-Ca- contained in the following nada's money Is wasted on account of Bread ii the cheapest food known. Home bread baking the high cost of living by Ing the amount of expen- sive meats required to the necessary nourishment to the body. E.W.GILLETT OOMWNT LI V. HIGH RIVER DISTRICT. 59. High E. Gordon. 60. E. Graham. SI. J. Merriam. 62. A.) 63. Holloway. 64. H. Telfer. 65. be supplied. 66. E. Davies. 67. H. Irving. 68. be supplied. 69. S. Peat. Webster Pomeroy. Arthur L. Smith Herbert J. Ball Charles S. Pinder Geo. N. Hosking Jas. Dorriau Thos. II. Lonsuale Wesley J. McKenzie John W. Oliver VI. VO'JNOSTOWN DISTRICT. 71. T. Harden. 72. Acadla S. 73. Fair Acres (J. H. M. Ashfleld.) 74. Easom. 75. Simpson. 76. Spring E. Barnes.) 77. W. Nightin- gale. 78. be supplied. 75. Big G. F.) 80. Longmire. Giles H. Clarke A. Victor IToughton Elmer A. Bciknap VII. OLDS DISTRICT. 81. D. Armstrong. 82. H. Parry. Edgar Armstrong. 84. Bancroft. One wanted. 85. W. Burns.) 86. H. Wiggins. 87. he supplied. 88. Ing. wanted. 152 .7. S.) i 153. A. Bowen. I 154. N. H.) J. Wesley Smiley. Wm. Sykes. William E. Ferguson. XV. EDMONTON EAST DISTRICT 156. Edmonton E. Galloway; Geo. B. King. 156. Edmonton W. Locke.......... 157. Edmonton Coulter. 158. Edmonton S. Wight; Arthur W. Coone. 159. Edmonton P.) I 160. Edmonton Ken- neth Smith. 1161. Edmonton be sup- plied. 1162. be supplied. 163. J. Conoly. 164. Bon J. B.) 165. Fort F. Driver. 166. wanted. 167. Clover J. Whelen. 168. be supplied. Percy F. G. Morecombe, William Berry, Joseph L. Jackson, Harry Peters, James A. Sinclair, Jesse B. McCubbin, Sidney Bainbridge XVI. Edmonton Central District 169. Edmonton (McDougal) Wil- liam L. Armstrong; John H. Rid- dell; F. Stacey McCall; Geo. W. Sparling; Walter Davidson. 170. Edmonton ('Metropolitan) E. Vai Tilton; Charles E. Bland; David E. Thomas; Alberta R. Aldridge; Geo. H. Backus; John W. Bell; Fred I. Woodwortli. 17L Edmonton (University One'wanted.. 172. Edmonton H.) 173 Edmonlon (Richmond {.P. K. U. M.) 171. One wanted. Athabasca Hubert Bosom- worth. 170. wanted. 177. be supplied. 17S. J. Johnson. wanted. Francis G. Hustler, John Suttill. Samuel R. Hosford, XVII. EDMONTON WEST DISTRICT 180. Kdmonton H. .Johnston; Tlios. C. Buchanan. IS1., ildmonton (Albany Avenue) William A. Lewis; Andrew Telfer; J. Benjamin -Howard. 182. Edmonton be sup- plied. 183. Stony A. S.) IS'l. H.) 155. White Whale W. .1. Clements. 156. B.) 157. wanted. 1S.S. wanted. 189. wanted. 190. wanted. 131. II. Irwin. wanted. wanted. 191. Jasper. To be supplied. Geo. A. Sauder. Norman F. Priestly, Krnest II. Winfield, Harry H. Coates, lOrnest lleywood, XVIII...PEACE RIVER DISTRICT. 19.1. Peace D. Jones. High Prairie and Swan Jas. Dorrian. 197. A. Kettlys. 198. Griffin F. Lund. 199. Beaver L. Dougau. 200. Lake Saskatoon Charles F. Hopkins; John iM. Hagar. 201. Pouce Coupee, B. want-1 cd. John W. Chapman, XIX. LAMONT DISTRICT. 202. P. Cameron. 203. Lamout W. Wat- son Ross. 204. Chipman H. Pike. 20ii. be supplied. 206. P. Charles .11. Lawford; W. J. Hampton, 207.' Pine 208: Hannochko. 209. Ponich. 210. Smoky G. Button. R. Stanley Bennett. XX. VERMILION DISTRICT. 211. B. Argue; William H. Hughes; Robert H. Davis; Harry Fisher. 212. F. Kemp. 213. H.. Elliott. 214. G. Smith. 215. be supplied. 216. Forster. 217. Simons. 218. Campbell's wanted. 219. Quiet P. S.) 220. S. Warren. 221. Beaver wanted. 222. Saddle Artemus Seliar. 223. Good Fish and Whiteflsh Lakes wanted. Norman W. Whltmore Hurry S.: McDonald Robert R. Elliott Albert M- Humraell Thomati Musto. Burton Effrlck Roy C. Taylor vin. BED DEER DISTRICT. Red Deer (Leonard Gaetz Me- A. Wilson; (W. M. Oh'nrlca IT..Hiie'iifo, Joseph F. Woodswortli, Jamcft K. Earlc, Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY The land will support you and pay for itself. An immense area of the most fertile land in Western Canada for sale at low prices and easy terms, ranging from 111 to for farm lands with ample lands fromS35. Terms-One twentieth down, balance within twenty years. In irri- gation districts loan for farm build- ings, etc., up to also repayable in twenty only. 6 per cent. Privilege of paying in full ,at any ime. Here is your opportunity to In- crease your farm'holdings by getting adjoining land, or- secure your friends as neighbors, and par- ticulars apply to. Allan Cameron, Gen'l Supt. of Landi, Desk 26, Dept. of Natural Resources, C.P.R., Calflary, Alta. WILSON SKEITH, Local Agenti, Sherlock Building, Lethbridge THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR WAIKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President AIRD, Gcriernl Manager H. V. f. JONES, V. C. UKOWN, Superintendent of Central'.Wcitera BrancfcM CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, FARMERS' BUSINESS The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every facility for the transaction of their banking business, including the discount and collection of sales notes, are supplied free of charge on application. Blank sales notes W62 Uthbriclge Branch -R.% Banner, Mgr ;