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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta i PAGE'RIGHT the LETTinninr.f. daily nitaALo WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6,1918 r \ 1 > iinw C;;pW II. P. Puwilen. Ph!l went, ovrrstu;* a lieuionant and u'.im! just ro;udu:t his rein- tivr> hero that hi* has hivn promoted 1 o a rapiftincy in f !i>* l si Halh'ry of the Third l.riiratio uf whu-h H:i^:td-ior General Stewart nf this riiy Is thv Phi* h�js ir.,ido a lino nv-nrd in \va:* >t:n"uv ami his promotion wiii picaMut; in his friend*. CALGARY GAVE VESSEL A SILVER PLATE a- o v i \y ift' u: r \ h ti , v^amshiu CaljraWan \va* humehe-il tho; . hy of Cnigary pre^twired to [ho vessel ! on behalf o; tho cUirens. a wry hau:w moo*** limit I ;ipui ".uir.aiely motuj: * j *'ff. [rather wiUi an onuravmi silver j11nri ' the ' fir8t canadians are more fortunate f Other Provisions of the Agree ment Signed AA^it h (iermanv 4 i Amsterdam, .March *>.--Another pro* visum of tho pmu'O iiRTeemeut with Russia. Ai'coiMins to German voporis j ; rcai'Uins the following: j Mho express cotiriicion (har nil thost* Krnntetl leuvo"" would return ovorswas t for duty iu tho esplnuiou of ttioir furlough. "Tin* fiwi Canadian contingent has tippii singularly fortimiuo in obtain^ Mm,::1/ CAPT. R. P. BAWOEN I b*� ovarwitetl by the Hussinn troops and the Hussian tied Guard. Uussin wi'j i-oase all Kftitation or pmpa.ijHuiU a-iMinst the Ruveriiineru or tho publie institutions of (ho Ckraitiian people's j 0f tHP{� v,ar :epubliv. "KMhoiiia and Livonia will r r* , be evacuated without dehiy by ;;ie , thimafie^, that is to sa-Mtus^ian troops aivi the Russian V.ed uua nl. Ottawa, Mar. fi-Tho department of luiltUa and defense untKrs thp follow-I i'ng muionneemovtt: ! "The. government of Cnnadn afior negotiations extending over sovev.U mouths,'hus succeeded in rtrvangltiR i*Vom Our Own r.\n i-rsptmiWn thveo months' furlough at (li^ public ./ ("BKI?r"f', MM,Th ^ ~ .Mr- .J" 111 r-pm.o for all nnm-ied mm, of tho M�Th �i i��bcr Ilih purrha^d tho nrUclnal Tir�t rontli�.Mil. roioalufnc M"^0 rormerly wnoU by Mr *Mi�ond C tty and fenown ada. This was finallv eonsentod to on f5 rho , 1,-f1irH,M1 M1�e: ;M,\ Milrs'1 ia now busily onga^od m development worlc, and expects to inrrcia*o the prt's* ent output in a short time. The following is the work which was dour "by t hT� lftdion of Ommorfce and District }l�>d I'rosn Sir. I (My during February. Mrs. Harper. 4 hinders, lii pill-ow-slij�ii. 1 ^.l*. hags, I dressing gown; Mrs. Rogers, binders, 2 dressing gowns;. Airs. Benson. 1 binder* -2 wringei's. it* P.P. bags; Mrs. Weigand. Z binders, 1? slings, SO drf*8fllug�. J dresting gown, ;i wringers, K vi^ow-slfps; Mrs. 2 binders. 3 pil- HuvbUp. .so dressings. L' aUItvb, ^ Bliuga; Mra. Meliroy. L' binders. I:1. P.P. bags, i shirt, o allngs; Mrs. tho : unable to obtain a like ooncession." peace treftty territory immediately wiii ]_______^_____ both sides will he sent hoimv "AvtU'le ni;�� - The contracting parties mutually renounce indomnificatiou j of their v.-ar co.its, that is to say. siute pillowslips, ti c.uisitions uKeu in enemy countries. �Article ten-Diplomatic and con- ( ,>Irs. Mil-wringers. 10 � k , Mttlinga, a dressings; Miss Sully t?imp- partfe, will he resume.! immeiliate.y onsou> ;! S3,,,,.is, 3 a d?eMinfis, ,,! e latter: Uieu [ after notltieaiion o-! the peace to direction o'M Special agreements are reserve ed rela- slings; Mrs. Patterson. 14 P.P. bags. Lievenhof, on the Dvina. Itive to the admittance of the vespoe-1 hUn*3: Mrs- Seolt- 2 Messing gowns; "Ksthouia and Livonia will bo occu- tive consuls. pied hy a German police force until : security is guaranteed by their own national institutions and order in the Economic Relations "Article eleven-The prescriptions contained in appendices two to five Miss Jean Scott, 10 . P.P. ,. Dunniii*' ! filings. hags; Mr*, r,. piUowslins, 2 shirts. S 2 dressing gowns; Mrs. Ptirdy. hirts, o dressing | M i.e is mloml. mwsia -wj 1 tor,!,- , shal, , economic, relation, be !w;h release all arrested or ^ported ,we,n the powers of ihe quaUmple ai -n'aabuuuu of Lsthoma and L.vonm; ,am.e Mld g ^ . , nnd guarantee the sate return ot do- i | ported Ksibonians and LivonLin?." f t %Send Prisoners of War Home "Article seven of the treaty says: Starting from the fact, that Persia and 3*; pillowslips, 2 gown 3. v The masquerade ball given iu Com- j moron school hall on Wednesday last was largely attended. Tho nnm of $B4 being realized. 'A large number were In costumes, which were excellent. The following were the prize winners: j First prize, gent lemon and lady award-led to Mr. Petar Jones and .Airs. Robert "Article eisiu - Prisoners oC war of I IB OF CANADA Canac}^ name Your Wife tcrest famfly's financial progress by opening a Joint Account in the Union Bank and your own. ! COUGHS WASTE ENERGY Careful physicians always point out that every cough wears human strength and tears down the bpdy's resistive powers. The reason unely, appendix two for Gerniun-KuHnui:: appendix ! three for Ausitro-Hungariau; appendix ! four for KulguriaUu^sian and appendix : live fqr Turkisb-Hussian relations "Article twelve- Tlie restoration of i 1N . is DarU- 51 r. and ton and shiDs 1 **'fti'*v u asauisiun. mmi prize, All wi-.ich are in enemy hands will be re- iA- u; KeW; A Rojn�� Soldier The gula:ed bv separate treaties with RuH."i�raU(l ny^}1 -was cillK'1 �lbout U,:'A shu which shall form an essential p.irt! mher 10 {}xe ^ �Vhost- wbo of the present peace ireatv and as far f uo* masked and theretore were not able a*Hs feasible shall enter into force iu the same lime. You will find it a very convenient arrangement, for then either can attend to the banking when In t^v/n, making deposits or withdrawing money. In case of death, the balance automatically goes to the survivor. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH - - - F. W. NICHOLSON, Manager CARD3TON BRANCH � - - - F. V. Cavers, Manager BARONS BRANCH.....J. Blackwood, Manager EMULSION to. share the pleasures of the evening previous to unmasking. Supper was served about 12 o'clock, iQUtlnuecl un-Sweet proclaimed ! trla-Hungary and Russia the is always best for coughs is thai it peculiarly.soothes the.tender membranes while its rich, creamy food rebuilds the tissues to avert bronchitis and lung trouble. Scott's is medicinal-food. Scott & Sowrc. I-roE'.o. Oat. and .Mrs. , ,j . , ifmau- | Dnuujnjr alU| _\jr tlreen was as usual ; Hmanurt and Russian text, for the } of The besr kin:1 tl> lhe Rreat 9atllvrac-� relations between Biilirana and Russia, ! ti of flI, wresent !oH ^Lllg,aIirf""rustlail leXt' f?r l?~ � Invitations are now bains -sent out jatiens between Turkey and Russia, for tQo tUvA Soc&M ^lub mnce w)||ch I the Inrush and Russian text. - , will be a-hard times" dance to be held i,^ ik 1!^ l,VTOntPeat>1' Wednesday. February -nth. tre^> will be rat fieri. Instruments of \ Camnierce wan Veil represented iu ratification mu^T be exchanged as �oon ; the cily on Saturdav, amonff those who j as possible m: Reran. The Uussian \ were vi3iUng W?rG: MrPi William Mil ( government undertakes the desire of . ligan� .:ncl dni,?luer Mis:; Geor�ina: one oL^hc quadruple alliance powers >Mr an,, >]rs> j. Wci^nd, Mr. M r= jto exchange ratitic;iuon msoiar as us {A, r, P,noisolu ^\ v&Xcr jones. Mr. {article?, appendices or supplemental j WifiUm sim,K,t, �� treaties do not prescribe otherwise." of! says timt the trade and P01IM- j thn r..inarHan Hed Crois Society there stion to which article eleven ; Kriflyv niffI(t , t Li 1 1 j- f m 1 4-- Sevvic in � 1111 ~*-rT~rv^;si----- _i__1 r� ri-rn-t- Tlie semwjfficial Wolff Bureau i Dertiu, jcal fjue } refers, are i.> be regulated according; *.ito the demands of the German uliima-ituiu ami aivilopously to tlie- Lkraino j treaty. Tiie lojal and political agreements respond substantially to the proposals whnJi were submitted at the 'first rfittinp by Germany on the'-i I of its ultimatum. I 1 I William Simpson and daughter Miss Sally fcUmpson. ' Liiamond City organized a hranch of OFLATE GEN. MAUDE i FORTY-FIVE YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL GROWTH + i The-Standard Bank of Canada Enjoyed a Record Breaking Year London. Mar. ">.- (Via Renter's Ot-! jtawa Agency -In moving a grant of \ ' �L'")."D!) sterling to Lady .Maude in the j ha use of con: mom; todny, Premier [ Lloyd George ?ai* i0M' ehb itn'1 in tha: , j is shown in the 44th annual report ami ! 'insrter of the globe where prestige j statement, which was submitted to t he i ^"nted very much. ( /Y/y- The premier^ recalled the evacuation ,1*''- � shareholders at the annual tne'eting i held in Toronto on the 27th of Febru-j oC �aR*P�H. ^ surrender at Kut ary last, and which we publish in an-1 tlU! �*eienF.e of the Suez canal against) and Complete Service Ford Owners Everywhere OURTEOUS attention to your needs wherever you may travel is something you appreciate, and being a Ford owner you can get it. You are always "among friends". There are more than 700 Ford Dealer Service Stations throughout Canada. These are always within easy reach of Ford owners* -for gasoline, oil, tires, repairs, accessories, expert advice or motor adjustments. t The cost of Ford Service is as remarkably low as the cost of the car itself. S5,000.00�J, which is not only an indication of the great proa-; perity ot the country, but is an un-1 mtetukable evidence of public confi-* dence in the stability of the hank. The bank's resources are in a must r�atif�- \ factory c�::�iition n-s it will h. When ; tha kidneys are changed or degenerated, \ by disease or old ago, then these poisons are retained.jn the body. If we wish to j prevent old n^n eouiiug oiTtoo soon, or if , ne want to inci*ea�o our chances for a I long life, Or. Pierce of*. Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo. N. Y.( says that you fihouvd drink plenty of water witli only a litilo meat once a^day( also assumed its share in providing I 13 the fI'ost suitable. Driwk plenty of funds to loan to the government." At� Puro water, tako Anaric three timw a the same ume it has been able to ; Ua?r ior a *Vonr- , . , , , ' . generously assist the various comraer-! , * 011 .''?n olltlUD..n- tr-iai lAv�' of Annnc cial, teanuracturios, and, agricultural interest of the country, and in duin* so has Cully discliavsed its legitimate function. The annual statements of. this bank invariably show progress, but no previous statement reflects such a satis-1 factory condition "a3 that now under i review, and the results cannot but be gratilyins" to the shareholders, as well as strengthening the public confidence w'nleh this brink has enjoyed during its career of over forty-five years. The back's capitnl has been increased during the year by $120,047. and now stands at $:i,45o,^90. with a reseiv* fund and undivided profits of { I - r - l:MTEl) TAXL SERVKE ^HONE.387- 72-6 hy writing Dr. V. M, Pierce, Buffalo, N. Yv or Jiridgeburg Ont.; euclosing 10c. Rt- Catharine*, Ont.-' 'For sixteen year* I li&Tft been n tufferer from kidney trouble; my buck ha�.ached %h icoft conLiniiAUftly And I Lave had rbeumntio pains iu my ertn�f hands and lower limbs, f have doctorod and tried OTery incdicinft roromm ended to me, hat have nerer found the rolief In enything (no matter how much I took) that I huTft found in one 6 mail package of Atmric. Tn oTie week the �ecr*tion | cleared and my hUdder \v:\% titrongcr tbun ior yearp. to that I 'vveft xwx Jtl>turbpd ai ni became u dircctpr of this Bank in 190)9, when tho Western Bank of Canada, of which he had been general manager, ^vas amal^uma+cd with this Bank. Tho vacancies in the Hoard hav� been filled hy tbo appointment of Mr. T. H. Greening and Mr. ,Tnmea Hardy, RCA. During lh07.4i; ASSETS Current coin held bv the Bank.......$ 1,557,333.80 Dominion Notes held.. ............. lU,Oh*5,78I.O0 Deposit in tho Central Gold Reserves. 2,500,000.00 --5- $11,123,114.8* Notes of other Banks. .......................... 265,096.00 Cheques on other Banks.......................... 2.8%?,442.S5 Balances due hy Banks and Ranking1 Correspondents elsewhere than in Canada.................... 1,051,�10.57 Dominion nttd Provincial fJovernrneufc Securities not exr-eeding mnrkot, value...................... 3,963,591.68 Canadian Municipal Securities and British, foreign ; and colonial public securities other thun Can- 1 adiijn..... ................................ 7,i*8,�30.�f Railway nnd other bonds, debentures and stocks not 1 oxceeding market value.................... fl&2,$43.0* Call and .Short (not exceeding thirty days) Loans in Canada on bonds, dcbcutura� and tjtocks....... 2,037,52ff."70 '---- 18,525f�60.r.i I $32,348,775.n2 h 1 Other Current Loans and Discounts in Canada (less rebate of interest......;........................................i 39,853,677.77 Liabilities of Customers under Letters of Credit as per contra..70,036.80 Roal Estate other than Bnnk Premifies......................... 16 000.00 Overdue debts, estimated loas provided for..................... , Hl'oOT^U Bank PromjKc^, at not mom thnu cost, loss amounts w.ritton off. . 1,324 294.44 Deposit with the ^nistertfr^r the purposes of the Circulation Fund J75QOOM Other Assets not included in tho foregoing,.................. , 92,'o5L98 w ^___^ $73,990,907.4i VT. V. COWAX, C. H. KASSON-, PreBident. / ^ General Manager. ' ATTDTTOB'fl RHPORT !TO TTTK RITAREHOTiDERfl. >I have compared th- above Balance Slirrt with the honks nnd afconrtts At thr chief office of Jbe Standorrl Hank of Canada, nnd \hc critifird returns rrceimfc from� it* brancbM find aftrr chcckmR the cash and verifying *tie wcuritics .it (lie chief office and certain of toe principal branches on January 31st, 1918, I certify that in my'opinion such Balance bheet exhibits a^rut and correct view of the state of the Bank's affairs according to "5 uurmB inc year, and tovmi to be in accord with the books of the Bank t v� 1 �n i a�nd t'^*T**"* required have been given to me, and all tran�actf�n. t^JrL"'&thT COmc under my ��ice-h.v.. fn my opinion/ been ^ffrtj powers of the Bank, Toronto, February istli, 1918. C. T. CXARKSON. p.c.a., of Claruok, Coriww & DitfrotTK, ToroRto, Canada. The President referred to the satisfactory pro^reBs m&de firing the year, and the Vice-President, Mr. Wellington Francis. K.C., aud the General Manager. Mr. C. TT. lilassou, also nddreRsed the meotlnrr. The ummjiI motjnns worn pnRnefl �nd the following Directors worn cleric-for the ensniti^ .ve.'irr-W. V. Cowan. W. FrHncis, K*'., IT. Lansloif*. \V V A Hen, V. W. C.iw'fin, T. U. Woo*!. T. D Orecninp and .(nines Ihmly, f'c.a! At :i M.'ibwMpieiit mi-ctiug of the Directors*. \V. 1\ i :�nvir, ..i.. i . Prwidcut and W. Fraucirf, K.C., Vice-Prcsidont. s y\ ' 'otvan wrtu rh-rte-J C IC ISASflON-, Mineral Munaiftsr. i j � ;