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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1911 THE LET DAILY PAGE FIVE f] OF CANADA Significant Progress The figures below show more iiupitsfively tbau words the wlttch the Union Bank of is uiakiug. Consider llitui carefully. C.pltJ ToUl 3 502 070' 4-2.5JC.4SO 3-I.223.S20 1910 37.W.KSI 1911 1912 I GREATEST NEED OF WESTERN CANADA TODAY "Wo learn that [editors jtltiiidore. A library a i [for. the Laird Strings 'ignl easier to find the site. SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGB room Wflls, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Policici or other valuables in one of these boxes LI FOB tXTORVATKni TO Lethbridge Branch R. L.Brymner, Mgr. rk-s thai do ltd we can Xcv.-'fndiiolrlti bring laboring class- es tbat must bt fod. and liow are we going to feed ihoiii without thi' farui- era? Our ouly course to turn other side ol tlie imaginary linej to tlie so'jUi. if TVQ populate-1 our nniuUfvMr-U arr-as with tiv. They are and their i -ttic-ols. laiiguaRe. (.ur-! iud barjlunp miiLods are- j licatiy the sume. That is whore they must comn from, and how are we go- ing to get them? Western Canada has ttn to cncounise.lUc movement. have everything for the mati who is looking (or a homo, How Lethbridge Can Help "The iconic "will "come; but the big trouble IK that they art nol properly toolted after toutd holn Ihia jfro-1 blcm. The Epnerat huFitiess inrn. he saifl tvas that 'needed more business can only llvu each othyr (or riaiu lenfiUi linje. U'n got to t-tand Etili tintil the underpinning of our is strer.tiiieiicJ, aiul it eari- only by (be filling tip of Innd. U'e alt have1 a liidlvIJuaUy; i( about jlifco of nubSicity. hfrlVs to bt-tldes Alberla make cart-lus? "'uu''1 lal au n -ritid a wa> lor S A1J. Mo.Xalj! 'yiriiaiiiociai [a! AIJ. AiM w Ml and sal l AW. Kkt-iili a huTT.oro'.is in or .Xorth to fiH'J a to hi rt-by't ii A tO'Jtl- OtJ K'JJte. Vuve '.iork- would hav.-j .1 hi3 Atid th-s i. U sueins u daru c-'-l ovcrliuie, L a library than to ami dofuru Ji Vc-ut (ho co-jm-il have unnittd iho of the D.P. urtfuKv. FO A few years ago if the had that Iht-ir final iK-ctsioii would liave waj'.led ii site, bustling rtal i-s- Lt-en f! it u trail y :itceiitt-d as n-itia-tiim tato njart would itofated one piiEiHc oi-iuion afti-r iiid made a kauc-l of on the knew as much it as alder- restillant 'uoip in n'al citato. Tiitios Jiif'n thciiise'ves. D.P. about Ihe slfcr. H s-hous a slhn- imcclng of election-time wisfiom on bui. said !nrl_ Whilc U seorns a trlilal tnaller io take a jAobtecUe about, it's Hie ouu best way to seulo ii. Mudl as to h UL see ;i year of our I.onl I'.-n. Vayor Iliirtlie (atw n Eiralul si th" (iuai.i-Ial flalCTO-nt tr. DennTe brmicrht ibly the need of bringing the into closer relations with the urban population. Jle sketched tLo work done by the North RaUle'ord Board of Trade along- theae ant] as- atritd that this organization "wna twenty-five years ahead of any othei org-inixation of its kind in western Canada in cbanging tlie complexion 3f the district, hecause its members recognized the Ulttriet as well aa the tlty, diBahuging the impression In the' nnnil'uf the farmer tnat he cannot ;ct help or sympalby in the tlty. -Hear'.. Hear! And hero Mr. Dennis made remarks that Tvoulil cause many a farmer lo say "Hear- "The farmers don't 'want atlvice on Low to ?aiii ho; "they want their store goods-cheap, they want money frcnn the banko witiiout a lot of red tapn, and they want facilities that you can help thorn get." In dosing, Dennis dwelt briefly on Ihe irrigated ready-made terra Icy yf tiio company, and explained' that Jt was difficult to srtL settlers o move from lauds to a new rrigated farm. have got to set- e CO per cent. of. our Irrigated farms faniiers who nothing ab- ut Irrigation, and no man should be ulloweJ in Uthbridje who will tell lie incoming seulcir thai he i3 severnl of ft fool -to buy nn irrigated made; these people nre s men- the community, anO should be cli minuted." In hie vision of the future, Mr. Den- nia ?aw o vreRlern Canada filled c-who tiTided above ail things cjli2en6hip no matter where might hnvo corno froni. He lands filled with prosper- ous farmers, thp best type of citizen ship in the world. Preiident Marnoch COIHC A reidenl Marnoch followed Jlfr. j IB with a brief addrcfG, in j i he pointed out fortunate this city TVRS in having an Industrial :omDiistioTicr In the ptrson ot Mr. rracy. who unrtcrstcod this need ot dnvGloping tlie dislrlct, and of Mr. Tracy's graan of the situation In ex- tending all tlie benefits he could to TIITR! life, thus matafnf: it more [ilcae- ant and profitable. Mr. Manioch fell he is blcssetl uiih-a ijerfervid Just imagine what wou'd have bap- iuntion. Tlie next tiring iieogle set pened last year if any Uielr bi'rts. The liitle resolution has ?enius had started out to imtl off a utgun to talk, and K speafes quite Etunt o: that order! plainly Jn dollars aud His Worphjp javo spoken Vacuum Cleaning Ca-vpels clrantil on the floor. More convenient and more rea- socatle than having tlieni lieat. Also .Mattresses .ypholster- ed Furniture." G'ive us a trial. andlbc cbnvmced: Lethbridge Vacuum Cleaners E, Torapklns, 'Phcne 1712. 7th Avi A S. And iust because some fjucsttona are asljed, Hizzoner has half a no- tion to fJy nd ioforniatlon PACIFIC LAND i TOWNSITES O LIMITED. Joint and Sole Agents 302 Rlchirti Itreet, Vancouver, B.C Atmlt Wanttrf NEW B.C, LOAN IS NOW QUOTED AT 79 London. Cnnadl.in Astocinted Treaa undcrslnnrls tliaf Iho undernrlllnK 1m icen completed for .Iho'Issue by tlio povernmenl of llrl- j isli Columbia of In I (etit. slock, rcuponublo in nt a prico 93. This Is Ihe first direct Itritiah Columbian government loan alncc in 3.per cent. Inscrlb rd Btock rfls Issued nt 32 in Novefn- bcr, 10t'2. -TTio present nuotatfon ol thia S iicr cent. Issue is To IWnk of nrranglng paFsnco tor your fricnda ami relations !o The Old Country whom you expect lo bring out In the spring You can socare their Uckrels here ?r.d all arrr.ngemcnls will lie made for thtlr TH6 DONALDSON LINE Vnr Infornidllon, rates, Apply to any stearnRhip or rail- way apenl. or H.'E. LIDMAN, Qeneral Agent Main Street, Winnipeg THE BEST The warmth of your welcome may be judged by the quality of the refresh- menlyou offer; the keen appreciation of your guest when you offer the very best of its kind, adds a pleasant note to the social, amenities, IF THE CHOICE IS WHISKY ROYAL RESERVE will please the most critical taste. It is matured in wood for eightyears before bottling, as attested-by Government Certificate with, each bottle. Its purity and maturity also make Royal Reserve- a most valuable ad- junct to the home emergency cabinet for use in case of sickness. ROYAL DISTILLERY, HAMILTON, CANADA ;