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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday. November 12; 1010. THE JVYTLT THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA Incorporated 1809. H. S. HOLT, JB. Vice Pres. attd-Gen. -Mariagoi-. HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL; QJJB. Capital Authorized. Capital Paid-up Reserve Fund Undivided Profits. Total Total Deposits___.: SAVINGS BANK DEFT. Deposits of 81 aiicVup received.' Home Savings Banks supplied' upoiv-a deposit-of LETHBRIDGE BRANCH -J. M. AITKEN Manager. THE MOLSONS BANK Capital, Paid Up Reserve Pimd ...____..-. Head Office: Montreal. 78 Branches in- Canada. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits and in-. .terest'-allowed from date of dfepo.sit.'.. IT. S. and Foreign Exchange "bought raid sold at lowest rates. General Banking BusHies'l? Transacted. LETHBRIDGE-BRANCH. DIAMOND CITY BRANCH D. C, MORRISON, Manager LOTS IN KIPP TOWNSITE and 1-3 cash; 1-3 May 1, 1911; and balance-May 1, 1912. Skeith Tilley AGENTS WORE RAILWAYS ASK FOR EXTENSION OF TIME Ottawa. Nov. more-, ap- plications for an extension'., of. tune of. -.tne constructionJ'Ol iri'Jto Among "tfie'ni are iiuason's Bay and Western, Western Central, .Athabasca Northern, Canad- ian Western and Alberta Central and ifcLuasoa's iJay. Applications for incorporation Saskatoon and Hudson's Bay Railway. Jrom Saskatoon via Belfort- to Pas Pacific and .Peace Irom Bella Coola, British Columbia >-ia Teta Chuck, Checlatta.- and''Fraser to Dtmvegau, Alberta: Kettle Valley railway, from htritish Columbia, to Ocoyoos.lalce, to Allison or Princeton, and-from Cold- water river to Fraser river and to GOVERNMENT REVENUE LAMER ReSirns Show: Greater ts' at- -i. --This Year -if Ottawa, Nov. An increasr; of nearly in rev- G0YPMENT PRINTING BUREAU_REFORMS COMING Hon. Charles .Mm-pliy Will Have It Completely Re- Make His Report to the Com- Graft and Incompetency Ottawa, Xo-v. a year pust Tlon. Charles Murphy, Secretary of State, lias been condueiiag a most thorough job of governmental house- cleaning in connection with the huge printing .bureau at the capital, which a'nnually .handle an, output of printed and stationary matter costing over a million and half dollars, and which is one of the very largest industrial es- tablishments of, the kjnd in Canada. The' results of iliat begun voluntarily ods -of doing business, radical defects' 01" the. plant and machinery and in- adequate .discipline. And despite all this he lias that ihe hooks of: th'e printing bureau show that the credits charged for work days over-1 j balanced tlie cost for wages and sup-'. plies last year by over j Air.'-31 urp'hiv recommends to parlia-' ment, ihe original sinner, that a new ace be passed governing the printing bureau. The central idea ,in the new suggestion from the opposition in or out of parliament, are embodied ;in a voluminous report tu the fJovernor- in-Couacil which win be presented to parliament at the opening of the session. The 'report concludes with a series of comprehensive recommen- dations looking to the re-organization of the whole bureau from top TO bot- tom, the rectifying of abuses innerent in anomalies an act of parliament which i-reated it many years ago and finally the placing of the whole busi- ness of. parliamentary and govern- mental printing on-an .ap-Lo-d ate and business-like basis. Defects irr System In brief, the" minister has found as a result of many weeks of the most painstaking- investigation that there has been ever since-the bureau was _ and without any'legislation will be to replace the pre- r'and ex-. pejiditiirci the-books of the finance department up "to October 31. The revenue Tor the. seven totalled an increase ot as compared vri.th the seven corres- ponding months of last year. Th'e revenue for October totalled intfcease.jj-of; over October -'The expendi- ture on the consolidated fund account Central Pacific, from North Saskatche- Par- steamboat mining camp; Southern.! for the seven months totalled -Ul'.- an about 000 as compared with last year. The expenditure on the capital account tor tiittrise'Yiea- months whlchiis 66.9 tessVthan the correspond "year: Tlfe total de'bt ot the Dominion at the end .'of last Tuonth -was a de- crease of during the month'J wan to Dunvegan, Peace river; snip ?Mecliage -KJ.k-triver.xda Wate'rton JL. .i. .1, i" i K.1 N.G A N.D. Q U EE N MAY VISIT CANADA London, Eng., -The. gain dwells "probability of qvef-seSs "Dominions, 'saying? "Witn. the" accession of King eaters up: on a new and more glorious -f- era... His. responsibilities .to-.- th'e empire can only be charged fully by.personal cou- tact with therefore'It is rignt.and .seemly, that His Ma- jesty should contemplate hold- ing courts; in minions.''- -J. POSIOFFICE Fhe Imperial Oil Co. Limited WINNIPEG, NOVEMBER 1st, 1910 We quote the following prices for iron-bound, hard-wood EMPTY BARRELS F, 0. B. WINNIPEG Barrels subject to our inspection as to classification and deductions for breakages.. REFINED OIL Coal Oil. Engine Kerosene. Gasoline. Naph- tha, Benzine, Mineral Seal and Turpentine Barrels FIRST-CLASS COMMONS Machine, Harvester, Engine, Cylinder, Valve. Paraffins, Neutral and all other Lubricating Oil Barrels (except Black and Car Signal, Lard, Neatsfoot, Castor and Condensed Oil Barrels SECOND-CLASS COMMONS Black, Car, Fuef. Gas, Crude, Harness, Seal, Fish, Raw and Boiled Linsead Oil Barrels.. HALF BARRELS J5 Deductions: Broken Staves, 20c; Broken Heads, 25c. insure prompt returns for barrels, it is im- portant that notice, with shipping receipt attached showing kind and number of barrels, be mailed us same day shipments are made. The Imperial Oil Co. Limited PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. HAS SURPLUS QUawat The annual 'ro- port :of of Canada, "which has just been issued shows that -the ..estimated increase in h-e and .postcards the Canadian mails during fiscal year -was which is'a percent, inct'ca.se over. 190D. Owing to the growth or the service ihe expenditure has increased bv compared with 1909. but 'in spite of that fact there was a surplus from operation or, service of 210. During the year there was an in- crease miles in the extent of the system over which the mails are carried by railways, -while ihc .in- crease on the railway, water and land route was greater by j Letter carrier delivery Tvas eslah- [lished in t-wo .cit-ies during the year, illegina and New .Westminster, 1 Postage stamps to th'e number of valued at were issued as compared with valur-d at in 1909. In the mimher of letters posted, On- tario leads all tlier provinces by a tre mendous margin. -As a matter'of fact more letters are posted in Ontario than in the iour highest" provinces. The figures arf: Ontario 203, Qut-fcc, Manitoba, British Columbia, Xova Scotia, Alber- ta-. Saskatchewan, IS C59 000. and administrative' work in the -con- duct of the bureau due primarily to the serious defects of tee initial act which established it. Parliament start- ed, the bureau on a'wrong basis, divided jurisdiction and on unbusiness- like organization with no effective cen- tral" it has "'been wrong ever since. Mr. Murphy has waste, both" of money. He has found, graft proven on the "part of practically only- one 'late Prank Gould- thrite, superintendent of stationery, who, because of a lax and inadequate system took .advantage of that system -starting three: years ago to collect- at'- rake-off on goods purchased from.'Ja'half a dozen New York firms than Canadian market Canadian'Firms Glared The loss to-the-country on station- ery supplies so purchased is estimated after-thorough- 'examination 000. But -as a- partial1 Mr. il.urpb.y-by prompt action'in can- celling orders and in seizing" goods already delivered under fraudulent cir- recovered of im- proper profits. Thus the net loss is reduced td about No evidence waW'sKovnj' of any im- proper dealings with any: Canadian {firm. The minister has found, as a farther concomitant of this system of purchasing supplies that in many lines there has been a gross and absurb ov- erstocking, tliougo. tlie final loss from this will be comparatively small since most OL the'over-plus can be ultimate- ly used or otherwise disposed of. Still a Surplus He has found uneconomical metli- sent divided jurisdiction and disjoint- ed aciion of. the various branches by a -central and well-defined control of .the King's' printer over all branches with direct responsibility to the min- ister. To prevent the present waste in preparing all printing and revising the copy, in which by the way, the members of parliament lead the way, Mr. Murphy proposed a central'bu- reau for editing and final preparation of air printing matter. .This, bureau will act as sort of seive or clearing- -T BUY YOUR FARM NOW WHILE GAKLIX ORCHARD ARE ON THE MARKET This beautiful tract of land is being rapidly .taken up, as ,we had expected. .The.-combination of extra good "laud in. one of .the best fruit growing districts at. prices away below the market vaTue! of good fruit land in British Columbia, seems to-clinch a sale with those who have investigated CAKL1X ORCHARDS. The very easy terms we are offering is a great inducement also. We would advise you not to delay in this matter as the area of C'ARLIX Oil-. CHAJtDS is limited. Remember that UPPER OKANAGAN- is. the most desirable in Bri- tish Columbia, It is 'par- ticularly suited, to fruit growing; has a warm and even climate; no irrigation is ncio'ed. CARLIN ORCHARDS is' the best tract of land in this district. The strong points ot this, property lire: It" has deep rich soil. H fronts on a navigabje river. The Okanagan- Branch, of the C. P. R. runs right anil there is a station in the-centre of the property.. In 10 and 20 acre blocks at prices that can'never be equalled m this province. to per-acre, one-quarter' balance 1, 2'inu" 3 years. Some of the la cleared and all the rest is very light ing. information now while" the opporumitv is'srill open- 1-- card to us for illustrated' pamphlet will receive prompt Royers, liecK 8 'C. ho.use, regulating tire bine books. Hansard, stationery, supplies, etc.. and insuring economy and efficiency in every direction. To remedy ihe defects of the plant and operation, the. minister proposes many improvements, including a new building. With all the recommen- dations Carried into effect it is be- lieved that a net saving to the public treasury of at least GIRk DIDN'T GO Sensational Scene in Connection With i an Attempt fo Remove; Dietz. AsiiJand, AVis.. Nov. seusa-! tional scene took nla.se HZ'Si. affected. SIXTY CHINESE TAXED hospital to-Jay in-wJiL- an bc -Viiiwauiree" sympathisers' to" remove Myra Dei'tz was "frustrated- George ScJiuiw.- bead of -'defence fund of-ililTv-auSee, "arrived in Ashlund Jast'night and'-announced "his intsn- j lion' to remove- Miss Deiiz. from the to Hospital to and Uien to Yiil- He. claimed to have author- and from' -Sheriff county-- v.-ay tires or tubes, 'however bad.-' they are." CENTRAL CYCLE REPAIR WOHKS 33la Eights- Ave.' E., Montreal.. ;NOV.. tae ofiicial' sixty'Chinese huve j wauxee. paid the government tax collector injity from her parents -Montreal-S500 each'poll tax, or total i ni'adden Of Sawyer sum. of since the close of the'sheriffs and hospital .physicians r.rc- nscal year on ..March' 3rd last. This vented.--Aliss Sehulfi: number is on .rae lines of the local said lie'would average for ytars past. o "to 'liay arrange bond and-return here for Miss Group is most during: tiie BAD EXPLOSION IN ilrj- rold the early u-inter montlis. Parents of. young children be prepared for it. All .hat'is iieeded" is a bottle-of Chamberiaia's Cousii "Remedy. Many mothers are it in their homes and it- has never, disappointed..-them. Sold .all "druggists. UNDESIRABLES- COMING HERS FROM A'elcau up being under way in thA city 6'i Great- .aesiraLUss from t'tot b.aVe invauing. "liad uieir .eyes on five p? sis" .-.tin- gamblers last .LaiTJb and Dvct: Sergt. Sgzn- arrested, two oJ tJiem, AVm. Johnson., Ch.aricr> Ths rest deyartcd on the were of: fre-'. iirordarLy this tnoraing.- fiiied, imiMOIS MINE JLUiisboro. men are dead and eigliteen. injui-ed as vesultrbf' an explosion in the mine -'ie Coal Creek Coal Company of Chi- i at Psaaina twelve miles north. ?20 and .'costs each, .and ordered of here today. tfie-a -.to leave once. Colds and Catarrh YIELD TO ZAM-BUK If you suffer from catarrh-or cold in the head, jusi insert a little Zaui Buk at the base of the nostril, and ns tb; belm v.-s.rm inhale i'-ie essences vaporire. Vou will be surjjviseu quicuiy this v.'ill give you oase. PJT- bad- colds 'in !l'-e chest, nil: ihp chest and between ihe shoulders well with Zam-Buk ;ir night. Sores ;n the nostril, which are some- times ser. up by will yield to Zam-Bak irennnem. Mrs. X. 5. Babe or k, of Matav.-atchan, Ont., says: "For a iong time I had a very disagreeable sore on the inside of the nostrils, which gave me great pain and caused much annoyance. I feared it would turn ro cancer, and all I tried j proved unavailing. I was ordered to Chicago mounted police 'rode into try Zam-FmJc, and I am glad to say ja crowd of strikers who were trying} that the sore th.v defied all other 110 parade without a-permir. Jlany! remedies .was overcome by one box- were injured, but none seriouslv. qaick'y stops cures colds, heais Ihe throat and limds 25 cent.i. ot Zam-Buk n.ud is now quite healed." Zam-Buk will be found a j cure for cold sores, chapped hands. I frost eczema, blood-poteon I piles, ciiiri and siu'u injuries generally. i All and stores 5oc box o, Zam-Buk Co.. Toronto. TMs machine maybe on'the ie E. -il ty? A A VACU UM HOUSECLEAMXG PHONE i no or, CALL 1203 COURTLAND Agent for all of Southern Alberta, including High River and Brooks on the Northern Boundary Piioses: Office 433, Residence 1142 Box 547 ;