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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta jPA'CiE'EtGlIT TME LET DOE DAltiY^ MBAIENIS' - Tt Is now C(inU-R. P. Bnwrten. t'h)! weut ovprseas ns a llouteuAitt Bnd wonr hne just ronchcit hla reln--.ivcs here that lie has been promoted to n ohpidlncy in tlie M�i Hntlery of the Third Urigndo ot which DrlgnO-ier General Stewart of this city Is tho Utlsndler. I'hlJ haa mndc a Hdr rci-(ir.tl In wftr nerviiio and his promotion will he picAslng lo nil his friends. CALGARY GAVE VE3�^L A SILVER PLATE (-.'.Kivy. Mar. i;.-Shortly iftter the !>lctmshlp C'JilKaHan wa^ launched the uily of t'algary presented to the vessel (>li.bohali' of tho citliens, n very .handsome moose heai> iipprapriately niouut-i'd, together with an engrnved silver pinto rccordtns the Rift, --_ Other Provisions of the Agree-men! Signed WItii Germany ' CAPT. R. P. BAWDEN Fond of Good CofFe^? of course! But v>Ky not make it BETTER Cojfce? Coffee at its BEST. in fict- SEAL BRAND COFFEE ^Send for our booklet "Perfect Coffee-PerfectlyM.de", it folves . tKe proUem. ^  i�a CHASE 5-SANBORM MONTREAL ? Amsterdam, March �.--Atiother provision of tho peacfe agreohieni with Rit.ista, according to German rcpoats retichlng is the following; "Riiseila ,undertakes humeiliatcly to eoricludo pekcc wltl� the' Ukraine peo-plo's republic and to rocoRulzo the peace treaty territory Immediately will be evacnatcd by the ItnsBlau troops �nd tho KnsBian Ked Oiiard. Knssln j will cease all agitation or pfopaRaniU agiinst the Rovernmont' in' the ptihlii-instllutlous of the IMtralnian people"si tepubllv;. "EsUionia and Livonia Will likewise ha evacuated without delay bv tho iJuaslan troops and the Russian Red Guard. "The eastern frontier ot 'Usthoniii follows in general the lino pt the Nav-ova river. The eastern frontier of Iitronia runs^n gcueral throufeh Pclpns i^ke and Pskov Lake to the southwesterly borner of the .latter: then'-ovor Luban L/itko in the" directloil of Lievenhof, on the Dvina. * "Estlionia and Livonia will bo occupied by a Gerntari' police force until security is guaranteed 'by their own national institutions and order in the state is restOrt'd. Ruaslti-wiil .forthwith release all arrested or deported inhabltautj of E�thonia *ml Livonia and guarantee the safe return of deported Ksthoninns and Livonians." %Send Prltionert of War Home ' "Article seven of the treaty says: StartlUK from the fact that Persia and Ottawa, Mtf. B-Tho depiirtttteni ot niilltiA owl tlotenso :niukoR the foUoW-llnB nnnouncoitiont! 'The Rovornment ot Canada aftdiy nuKOttntlpiit) extondlnft over several months,' has suRGcuded in nrrnnglng Ihfro months' furlough nt the publlu expense for'all married men of the orlRlnal fit.st continRent. romttlnlni; ovei'soiis, >\'itoftQ families reside in Cah-lula. This vHir finally consented to on. tho oxproRs cotldition that all thoiio grnnlcd leiivJects in the war regions through military njeasures, inclusive of all re-(lulsltlons taken in enemy countrleti. . "Article ten-Ulploinatlc and . consular relation* ,b*tween the coutradtinn parlies will be >ro3umed immeillate'.jr after notification of the pence triaty. Special ngreements are j-eaerved relative to the admittance of tlierespfcc-tive conauts. Economic Relations , "Article eleven-Tlifi 'prescripUo!t� contained in appendices two to .five shall govern the economic reintidns between the powers ot the auadruplo alliance and Rnssla 'namely, nppendi.x tWb for German-Rusaliu; appendix three for Auatro-Hungarian:'appendix four for BulgnrlaRuasian and appendix five f(M- TuVklah-Kussian relations. .------------I "Article twelve-The restoration of Afghanistan arcfree and Independent' p-j^Uq nnd private'relations, the ex-states, the contracting parties under-\ j.),angg ^f prisoners of war. interned THE n MINE talse to respect their.polltical and eco' nomlcal independence and territorial integrity.  ".\rticle eight-Prisoners of war of COUGHS WASTE ENERGY Careful physicians always' point out that every cotigh ivcara human strength and tears'doWh thelady's resistive powers. The.relabn is always best for coughs is thai it peculiarly^soothes thiB iteiijder membranes wblfe its rich, (crcatny food rebuilds t h e tissues to. avert'bronchitis and lung''trouble;' Scott'a is meclicinal-food. S It * Bowue. TsroDlo, Oat.' ., . , ti-ia c 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 Candda. These are alwaysidthin easy reach of Ford owners^ -for gasoline, oil, tires, repairs, accessories, expe^rt advice or motor adjustments./ The cost of For4 Service is. as remarkably low as the cost of the car itself, i Nineteen of the most called for parts cost only S5.40. Just compare this with the cost of spare parts for other cars and you will realize the advantage of owning a Ford. :- Mr. John Marsh of Tuber has purchased tho tnlno. formerly ownod.by Mr. Ueorge Ericson of Diamond City and known n� Jiib "ISrlcaon .Mln^," -Mr,� Marsh la now bnslly engaged lii dsvelopmeut work,;�nd expects to Incrdaao tho pres-etit^^outpnt In a short Mme. Toe following Is the work which wa'ti donr.-by iWS ladles of Commerce and District Red Cross Siclety during Foliruary. i Mri.i^Unrper, 4 bindsr*. 10 pillow-Bl\pi, 4 P.P. bags, 1 dreialng gown; Slfg; fRogors, .1 bindor.i, 2 dressing ^i[owii*^s^M^s. Benson, 1' binder) 32 wrUiijers, lO P.P. bags; Mm. Welgand, i binders,' 19 slings, 80 dreaaings, 1 dressing gown, ;i wringers, 6 vil''o final SocS.il tlub Dance which wilV'bo a har.1 times dance to be held on Wednesday. February 20th., j Cammerce was .Well represented in tlie city on Saturday, among those w^o wer^j-lsltlnK were: .Mrs. William Mil-11ga?t!. and daughter Miss Goorglna: |^i\and Mrs. J. Welgand, Mr. "and Mr:;.' A. CPatteison. Mrs. Peter Jones, Mr. William Simpson and daughter Miss. Sally SImpEon. ' , Diamond City organized a branch of the Canadian Red Cross Soci^fy'thero on Friday night last. ; .., the Turkish and Russian text. "Article fourteen-The present peace treaty will be ratified. Instruments of ratification miuT be exchanged as soon as possible.jhfpertin. The Russian government ut^esrtakea the desire pi: one of^heqUkMr^iple alliance powe(-a to exchange ratification insofar as its articles, appendices' or supplemental^, treaties do noitfprescrlbe otherwise.''; Tho semi-ofi;iqlal Wolff Bureau ot Berlin, says tlMt the trade and political question to w'hicii article eleven refers are to be regulated according to the demands of the Germiijn ultima-, jtura and analofeously to tho Ukraine treaty. The logal and political agreements respond substantially to the proposals which were submitted at the first sitting by.Germany on tlje basis of Its ultimatum. > FORTY-FIVE YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL GROWTH FpM Garage, Dealers -ZrNiSkbiison, Dealer- Lethbridge - Wairnier - Rayrnlond f The.Standard Bank' of Canada Enjoyed a Record Breaking Year Ramarkablo. progress in the business 'of the Staiidarft Bank of Canada is shown in tiie 44th annual report and statement; which was submitted to the shareholder's nt the annual >me'eilng held in Toronto on the'27th of February last, and which we publish in trt-other colunta, of this paper.. It haa been by far the most successful year in ih^ bank's history, covering a period of forty-five years. The most noticeable Increase Is that of $14,000,-000 in the assets, which now amount In the aggregate to $73,890,000. Of tills increase'iieposUs account.i for $11,700,000. The total, deposits now amount to $85,000,000, which is not only an indication of the great prosperity of the country, hut is'an unmistakable evidence of public confidence in tlie 'stability of Uie bank. The bank'.'! resources are In a most satisfactory condition as it will b(\^-�ioticed the cash assets are shown as 14,123,-000, while tho tot&l .assets readily available arc over $32,300,000. This Is equal to about 30 per cent, of the bank's Ilahilitlos ta,tho public The earnings of the year have been satisfactory as the profit and .J^is.h statH'-ment Bhuws ihut the shareholders have received their usual dividend and provision haa been made 'for pusBibie depreciation of Hecurities by sotting aside $100,000, $20,000 haw ))09n con-tri*uted lo Its officers' pension fund, $3J,2r.O aub3crll)Bd to Patriotic funds, and $;;3,S!U paid tho governniortt tor war lux on its note circulation, while the balance $175,21'', has been carWed forward to next 'year, The bank' has also assumed its simre in providln;; fijinds to loan to the governiuont,' A; the same time It haii^beon able to, generously assist the various commercial, manufaclurles, and, igrlcultural interest of the country, and in ,d-jm$ so'has fully disohai'sod its legitimate function. ' . . The annual statements ot this .bank invariably show progress, but no pro-vloua statement reflocts such a satisfactory condition ua that now under review, and the reBUlts cannot'but ".be gratifying to tho Bjiaroholders, as wall as strcngthenlag tbo public confid'-e^ce which thlii bsnk hfts,enjoyed.during its career ot over forty-five.-years. The bank's c8T)itiil'''has baao .Inv creased during the,yeaj' by $120,047^ and now stands at $3^453,290, with, a roBorvo fund and undivided profits.of $4,ti20,.';o.';v,^;_^ ,, , . r GRANT TO WlOO* OFLATi Loudon, Mar. 5.-(Via Router's -Ottawa. Agency).-In moving a^rant of �25,000 sterling to bady.Mando in the house of connnon.s today, ' Premier Lloj^d George .said tho services the late General JIaude had l-endored the empire- in .Mosopotamla were distinguished and far-reaching and permanent In effect. He had found British prestige at a very low ebb and in that quarter of the globe whore prestige counted very much. ' , The premier, recalled the evacuation of Galllpoll, the surrender at Kut and the defense of tho Suez canal against an Inferior Turkish..army and said all this humiliation spread through every bazaar in tho east and'grew tree-liko before It ripened Into Irreparable nils-chtef .[or tlie empirp. The genius' (it General .Maudo had! changed and restored tho situation. Toraata. M WWMadan dimZJA Fal^Mry, ItlSk at 18 a'clMli i A large nuinbar of sbarakolder.i were present. - ' , . ITie chair was occupied by the President, Mr. W. P. Cowan, and Mr. T. \.  !' Bog, Chief Inspector, actecl^as Secretary tor the meeting and rood tko'foUow- , *ing report: �;�' . - 'v ' The Directors beg to present lo the shareholiiers tlie 43rd .VnnUal Beport aud Statement of tho affairs of tWo Bank for Uio year ending.the 31st of Jatiuary, lOlS, � ' �;''''' �rhe NAt Profits, after making provision for bad und donblful debts, rebate ; ' ef interest oh unmnttfrod bifl'a under disoouut, oxchnngc, post of man&Rement, etc., aiiionnf to $�49,.'!46;41. This amonnt, toeether with the balaiioe foprard f roini last J>car and $120,047.86 I'or ijremium on new slock issued, makes th� sum of 923;"187.93. . � . This has jbeen appropriated as follows:-- - Four quarterly- dividends ut the rate of ,13%'Per annnai..........tU2,7S2.*7 Contributed to Officers' Ponsian Fund...................... 20,000.01) Contribnted to Patriotic.Funds................................ 81,250.00 War Tax^on Bank Note Circulation to 31st of l>cember, 1917,... 33,S91.4� Transferred to Reserve Pand from Proniiutn on New Stoek...... 120,047.86 . Reserved � for calimated depreciation in. *ecu?itioa................ 100,000.00 liitlaoce of Profit and Loss Account carri�d forward.....-175,21^.82 C, Vour-Dircctor^.deeply rejErrot to-record the sudden death, in March-lust, ^ ef our late general manai^er, Mr. George P,.SchoifiolJ, who entered the service �, ot tfae' Bank as a .innior ctcrk. in 1883; becoming general mtiuager ltt,190S, " and^a director in 1912, under wlipAc^ inauagament tho Bank' made markei V progress. *'Your Dirtcloryapjioiutcd as his successor, Mr. Chiutes'H. Easfon, formerly of IJie Bank of Nova .Scotia. We also regret having to record tho death of .}lv. T. H. McMillan, wha. bccamo a director of this Bank in 19o9, when the ^yestern Bank of Canada,., of which he had bce^ general manager, was hm.ilgKnii|^d'with this Bank.', The vapnneies iti the Board have boon flllod by the itppointnient of Mr. T. UA ~ , Greening .ind Mr. .tamc! Hardy, F.O.A.' -. f 1 During tho year, Branches and Sub-Branehcs of tho Bank have been, cpCDOd at'Lethbridge, Aita.; Orion, Alts.; Ricklea, Sask. (snb. to Baton); and;, Wosterhiim, Sask. (sdb. to Estuary). Tlio Sub-Branch at Cherry Valley and tho Brau'cli at Schumacher,'Ontario, wero closed. . .-^ Tlic usjial inupMtJon of thi> JTcid Office and Braneboi has been made;.,... and the dutics/of the staff,have been faithfully and effioiently discharged.t' . .The regular audit of tho Bank's affair* haaalso beeh in'ado'by Mr. O. T.^ Clarksoa, F.C.A., wiiosc report is appended heriwith. "Mr,- Clarkson's' name.' will he ,again submitted at the .Annual Meeting for raappaintmont as-Audilor^ tor the'ensuing year. a W.F. COWAN, .PreaMenW . GENERAL STATEMENT ^ UABILITiES. Notes of the Bank in circnlalion...;....................5,i84,jp3.00 Deposits bearing interest (including iutffrest accrued / f to diite)............................... .rr$40,301,MI.05 Deposits not bearing interest..........,........... 17,779,014.915 .. � J . s ' . �--^ 88,OS0,7�3,�n � Dividend No. 109, payable 1st Pebruary, 1918..____.........^V*'. . lie,0l>4.17 Balaucos.'due to oth'cr Banks in Canada.........'......;..... 1,160,942^3- Kiileil^by Pdsons All scientists agree that poisonous products, in tho blood are eliminated by the kidneys and liver. Thb kidneys act as a kind.'of filter for these products. When the'-kidneys are changed or degenerated, by disease or old ago, then theao poitoaa are retainedjn ,thc body. If we wish to prevent old ago coming otf�too soon,, or if we want to inc/easu our chances for.a long life, Di-, Pierce of'. Ihvalida' Hotel, Buffalo, N. "y., .says tl^at you tthuuld drink plenty of water daily be-tmen means.to fluih.the kidneys. Then proonre Anuric at a drug store. Thia Anuflo drives the uric acid out. Scientific men lyivo learned that in gout, also 'rhenniatigm, poisonous--drio aeid crystals are .deposited in or about the .-joints, in tho jnust'les-where inflammation is sot up. 1/ we wish to keep our kidneys in the best''condition a diet of milk and, voga-tables, with only a little moat once iTdayt is the moti suitable. - Drink plenty of pure water, take Anurie three timaa a day for a month, ' ' - ', you cnn ohtnio a trial-pkg.,of Anuria bT writing' Dr; V, M, Pierce, Bntfalo, N. y.*, or Bridgeburg, Out,, enclqsinc fialan^s dtto t'b Btonks .'ludBankins Correspondents elsawlufa . thin in Canada;.......;....................-......!I^SM,BS].10 Acceptnnce�-i)ndar.Lottcfa of Ctedlt..............f..........,. 76,oM.8(l ]� Capital paid lip....'.......................u---->,453,i!9O.0t� Reserve Fund ....'.'........'. .V.^...... n................., V. 4,4iS3,290.pO . Balance of Proilt and Loss Account carried forward,............ HSfilS.K' , � / .-- ~ �7�:9W,907.43fr. ASSBT8. : ./, :' Curicnteoiaheldby the Bank.......$ 1,557,333.80 , Dominion Notes held,., r............10,063,781.00 � v''. Deposit in tho Central Geld Kcscrvea. 2,500,000.00 . St. 0�th�rinti, I hive been a Oiit.i-"?^/. sIxittB 'rnn nfrarw freiq kiilniy trsubU; my bsclc hks.aehid tl-noit coatiimeusly :aBd I liiTo had rbtumstia pains in niy rini, hiadi and )a^*r liubs. I bsT* dootorsd ,aBd tnsd nsry inedletn* TDCommtadsd to ni*. ut bsT* n�T*r found Umi'Eli TAJtt-SERVICE \ *'HON6-j3a7, ?8-^ nut...... ... -- vrher�) �! sar.snt tlincs diirlnr tlx) w liuM* ihsV Dimiy, will f�l�ir,.tbl�^ psokaf* of Aaurla, Tl. on� wMk tbestercllaa cUarad and my hUddvr. vrui'strouier'tbsn (or ABtirlo.lf tbuy untfiir with Vnr �nrt of |iw|bi�.' i~ma.,JACOB sui|:BY, Notes of other Banks.......................r   Cheques on other Banks........'.................. Balances cine by Banks aud Banking Corfespondant* elsewhere than in Canada........ Dominion and Provincial Government Sccurjtios'not e.rcoedinfc market v;ilue........____:.........j. 3,91.M Capadlau Muiiicipnl Seciirilios and British, foraign :, ., ' and colou'iitl public securities other than Can- li , . adian....................... .............. 7,lM,�i�.SS Kallway nnd other bonds, debentures and ateokeaot \ oxcoading. market value.............. Call and Short (not exceeding thirty days) Loana in Canada on bonds, dobcaturas and stocks......;. /.. /ii,i2aiii4;�* 265,096,011 � , ' 3,8j^,442.8S 1,05J,EIO,5T-: 8t3,Mt.et 2,037,52^0 \ 1^- ' ],8,885,�60..5i , JMj|j�j775j82 ^ Other Current Loans and Di.wounfs in-Canada (leia rebate, of  � interest...............................t 39,>5?,677.7r Liabilities of Customers under liaiters of Credit aa per centra. ., > 70,094,80 ' Iloal'Eatato other thun Bank Premises................ i.....' 16,000,0# Overdue debts, estimated loss provided for,..................,, , lll,0 tn� . -' Slitel belt ' TioP^pVideiil referred to the satU^^jtory .PW8f?� *�>^�8 and tiie YJc"Pre�ldenti Mr. WellWgtoa praaaia, K.C^jind tt. .Geueral.kan-airar'Mr 0. Hi Kaasou, also nddressou the mooting. .gj(n)i|'/mftti^�'.-It^rojmiwM- ���_*>�� -following Direatora were eleelod 36 ;