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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUF^SlJAY.NOyEMBEH 26. TJIK LETIIBRIDG1-] �Kl...JlLJ3J.iaW/Ar, Hon. Arthur IVTeigh^n, M.P.. and tli& other members ot thn (:al)inct; also to Hon. Charles StowaII, iMBmier ot Alberta, and the memlinv.s : : : MAGRATH BRANCH -, - ; - -CARDSJON BRANCH - W. A. PARKEi;, Managsr �  J. K. Atkinson, Mnriager - - - - W. R. McKAY,- iyi�n�B*r� THE CANADIAN BANK ERCE OF CO SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V,0,LLD,. D,C,L, President H V. F. JONES, Ass't Oen'l, Manager CapitalPaId Up. $15.006,OOOX reserve Fund. . $13,500,000 SIR JOHN AIRD, General Min�g�f v.c. BROWN, Sup't of Central Western BranchM BANKING BY MAIL lliis Bank will open a Savings account in your Aame and your deposits and virithdrawals can be made entirely by mail. Interest is allowed at the current rate. Write for particulars. losv* Draw on Your Gustomers SOUUIER'S DEFALCATIONS I,ONDON, Nov. ^K.-Apu! Bonftven-tura Devnlpi, a Canaillun sergeant, ban, been sentenced to iluoe years' penal servitude fort/feystera.itlcally robbing estates of Canadian soldiers. The defalcations' amounted to ?iinO0. The prisoner wan formeviy a hotel manager in r:anada. through the Merchants Bank. With Branches in. all partsof Caniada, and correspondents abroad, this Bank is in a position to present Drafts promptly, have them, accepted, and collect payment, with the least possible trouble and cost to you.' , . The Manager will be glad to take up this matter,with you. ; ! H? MCRCHANTS BANK Head^OWce: {Mo^trea!. OF LExi|iBRtt�G)B Branch, monarch .branch, nobj^EpOpp, pranck. Iff" PANADA, EatablisKed 1864; R. J. dinning; Ma&'t|er^ v. A. EBERLY, Aotinf Jl^wtfer.' M. A. KILPATRICK, Aetiatf MaaSer. &4 is'irritable, itchy or �ore? If so, follow the wise example oJF Mrs. J. Knox of Pine Creek, Man, She writes; " My little daughter suffered with a rash duriAK teethfnjr. The irritation caused the child to be very cross and peevish. I applied Zam'Suk, which wag at once most soothing. It kept her skin soft, dreV oiit the iu-f lamination and soon ended the irritation altosether. Before long, thanks to my perseverance with Zam-Buk, the rash entirely disappeared. Z�m>Buk is m great soothing iMim." Zam-Biik is also unequalled for eczema, ringworm, scalp soresi ulcers, old wounds, bolls, pimples, blood-poisSnittg, pile*, burns, cute, scalds and all akin Injuries. Mc. a box, 3 for 11.35. All druggists and stores, or the Zam-Buk Co., Toronto. Send Ic. stamp for postage on FREE trial box. am Bu PROTEQION AGAINST PUNCTURES THINK .what this means to you-absolute guaranteed protectlop' against punctures- from tacks, nails, glass and wire. Real > motoring pleasure-^no more "tire-worry," no more fear of a., flat Ure, your cfcBlngs giving twice the service. TOLIVER PbNC^RE-PRtOF TUBE$ fOMtMW without a pifitureoraiKW :: tUllilfrefi :: * This is the famous ToUver Guarantee-It means jusi wh^t says-no quibbling, nosargU'^ .ient, no heating 'around the iftsh-you get' a NEW .TUBE.s FREE �i any ToUiver ever fails to deliver at le^st 5,000, mlleu ot Servlce'WITHOUT A PUNCTURE. They are made