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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGEKOUHJ DAILY THURSDAY, NOYKMHHH 27, 191S Ube erbbrtfcjc, Hlbcrta _________ DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MINTING COMPANY, LIMITED ttt Street South, Lethbridge W. A, Buehnna- Pi urf den t and Director TELEPHONES Builruu Ollfee l Office 1252 1224 Coalitiomsu. we find a majority for iho Coalillc-ulfts of SJS. The TtsuUft fil the British elections hare been worked oat on the basls-ot pruportional representation. ID. ibts it has been assumed thai Uie 6? uu- coQlestcd seals whteh returned Coali- jttcn members and ihe 13 uncontosieJ rPlumed members, with ihe 11 I'nl- JTcrsliy seals, would on ihe propor- jiloiial basis hjvc rofarntM 55 Cuali- lion and 2S Kon-Coalilion, The [ica i standing would have boon, 011 the !proportional j5S Coaliilonfs'.s Hud -44 ;i majority jfor the CcalUIoDists of 114 instead ot SOD present Ljembers in the Coalition represent ibe aiiaoriiy and not Ibe majority. rmancia.1 statement At a Metling of (he IV.Ue- payers PKOGKKSS OF THE TAKER SCHOOL TAUEH, NOT. Mondiy even Ing a short meeting of Lba town council was held in the auditorium of deficit Tor the past toouth was The was staffed and iruuulug satisfactorily. It was Itkvly that In iho nour future the] Dean) Iiistnll n sopite i auk nud thus lesseu the espcufe connected ivHb ihe C033 ixwl. Hollav muuici- jialiiy was contributing per yesr to tha hoapiial lui uono of tha other Hdjolnlng muulclp-ilUles Ujtl i O H' Member Audit Bureau of CircuFatioru Subscription Sales: lUlly, week ..S.15J Instances pf Ihe above kind may La easily multiplied by referenca to elec- tion rt5ulis such as Lho B. O. election la 1911. TVhere the Liberal Parly, alter week sn per cent ot total vote QeliiereJ. per Year JDnIlr, bi- mad. rer reir Wee'fcly. "by mail, per year Weekly, by uwil. year to U.S. 2.00 Dates of exulrr or subscriptron "ap- aaily on s .label. Accept- uca. of papers filter, expiration date Jj-oiir'aulborlij- 10 continue llie fiib- fterlplEon THE CLEHG.Y AMD THE UNR.E.ST. jind-ibe Thomases oj. iMxm li> the'., ai -EUTocates of 'Diurh tbaV. Is eilreme 4s3_- cdn- criticism.-Hi the, "clergy for-TVE Rev. .Quebec, EL laUve tbe Provincial Legislature. flagrant ease Is that of tha Manf- cba ejection of 1911, where ihe Liberal Parlv, after obtaining a major- ly ot over 3000 votes in the constilu- ncies were In a minority of seven in be -Legislature, -while SOOO independ- ent -voters failed to get a single repre- fenlativs. AUenUon may also be Ira'-inijEb.-iKe victory oE 1S95T where-the Conserraiifci-trlth for tho L'.b- eraU gained m Ihe 1311 career. wlfti-tku.'Ca eg-erj'rjfiiittc_'Lla- ;cf I. eiistin? .'social-, oondt A _ b 'juJli- _ TioiJ." W Sup ported Uie demands ofvlhe-relirmed soldiers "at s 'no- time "To ten hours a- day, and ".creation. There TJ .Winnipeg- Yin cry of Bolshevist byf tb' and the press Cohezrlfjr "the. peoplt" unrest is quite rigbtr _tberc are 10 hours a day In col (on fadoriesic While dl Tldenda add tidy'pe'r cent, are being palQ to the capitalists. Is the good of praying for rtsl, when .impure milt is heing sold the people are livins in unsanitary i.--. V CaDoo Scott is nol bui 'a tflpiighiful, sane friend of ihc people Eays 'about icdustrial condi proyince 'a'iid to "the" It Is juist such methods as the kind men lioDed.lLat foiaeiit1 nyrtsL'. in surii CRs'e> the are .lerjiLly short Dominion election the Conservatives by' a1 majority fair majority. thai ,the .yoles'.recorded -for this TjrvveFCf 51.per cent, ot'lhosft cast tbe Liberals 48 per cent., rirti'l per cenL for.-lbe Independents. public" recogniies have been carefully the sooner it win: sense 'of abandon- las an'urttaic syeUm of roling whicfl. means 3s Conducive to true rep- la; Ihe regard In should be beld. not be in apropos lo state thai" bas hungry eyes on Hungary, Tho Municipal Dlalrlct of Forty Tha ladles of tbe1-M'le- No- 61. mot on November 15. helped out Ihe hodpilal waa "I'-fd to order by ly with a shower ond olher assistance. The were planning Walker, members iiresent be- report Messrs. Walker, Bernou, Fortune, satisfactory to all and oulyiFlBuimo opinion was ex thai tho Ion ot Mr. Georgo Miller. The jr occupied ihe chair, after ihe ing of the minutes made for tho storing end dUirl- buiiou ol the feod being sent iu by the soverntneul. The reslpnillou ol coun- cillor Paterson was thuU recelvi'il mul rogretfully accepteO. did not catch tho reason-for (his uuexpvriM acliofl on lha part of uiir 'wortby bach'elor ftul--wo. surmise hit the ladles have not been-giving )lm the encouraEemeat tbnt their sup- art t of hlni at the polls Last year ould warrant. Provfsiou maija for holding (ho municipal and school elections on Dec. Sth. Sampson Sanderson being appointed reluming officer. One or two matters were dealt vlib. AVe gathered ibat it -was decided to John Sncih and Dill Jonas for not paying their ilut IJis coun- at Lbis point so vied tvilh cue another in speaking under their breath that we may bo- construing wrongly the stray words that came 10 our ears. However, we vould advise S mi 111 aud Jones lo coma across at once in case our interpretation be true. The council then adjourned. Annual Meeting of Ratepayers The'annual of the ratepay- ers Tens .then. held, Mayor Yickery. presiding. Despite the Inclement weather a food number of the cllJ- zens sbovred tbeir Interest In the pub- lic affairs of the town by turning out to Ibe i hospital must be kept "ami car- ried on The question was asked by cue citizen present, In "vieyr, of the fact that' there were three mouuted police and one ProTlnclal in Taber, if tbo town police. -force could noi be duceil but !he Mayor S uf the oplth that i lio irreducible uiEulmum uud teen Future of Policy The Mayor then called nttcnllcu to cveral matters that ID bis judgement should form part of-ihe policy o! the neit council. 1. Treq "A beginning had been made this "year And "ihis should The Tirst item of business .the present aflon the financial state- ment by tbe secretray-treasurer, Sampson Sanderson. This report covering ten months from Jan. 1st. to OcJ. showed a from raunJcipal and school tups, and, other sonrccs'lof 9! ThTs amoanl iQciaaes tlio Bank ol and ajso a on hand 'on Jan. -iBt from lasi; year Tbe Entente them should be absolutely no room for Crfjuht as to, of "Rumania as an ally. Tbe HamilLon. Herald terms Adam Beet a hypnotist but neglects (o mention that the Toronto Telegram is bis-favorite subject. jU Tbe disbursements for Ibe tea months, were as fallows -J.L'.. Finance Committee, Prbiting, -AdTertisuiE and: -Sfaliovjarv >-'.''.V.-.-if Irifafe'sV and Dcbentiiftj Interest HevenQB. Tases Jij; Salaries Somebody says that the O. B. ami the? I.W.W. are Identical. Wslj, A BETTER KNOWLEDGE :OF PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION When the Calgary Alhcrtan the Stales at the present time is 'as to whether it will he dry Cnristmas.'or a wet one. jThis is- a. question ytbich even cannot be of aid in ansTering. la Lhe issue between the Wheat CIJlJoard and ihe railways, aa deLermlned presses surprise over ihe acknowledg- ed iinfamiliarily of Mr. Twcedlc. M.P., by the Railway Board, the charge that ihe railways have broken down In the workings ol proportiuual i service ot shipping wheat has broken The verdict fits the charge. represenlation, tbis surprise is not to be "wondered pot .only In tbe tacL th'tt has liTed in been tpts.system, but. fur-! year of tb'er, in' lhat'tbla-plari of election ta5icn >7blch recefying Lbe attention of pa'd. publicmcn amlof tt.e'press of the Scl along with threadbare coais. try.. If Hio EDOrier only public men but all iiiirecs make itj.khe'r busTnGsa to Blndy J. anil P. .CoaU, I3rit'sb thread KTS, made a profit last over ILiO million UnHnvs, a dividend of 10'per cent. Xo wonder .sp.-.many have "The aerial age is said Sir Arthur Brown, In .Winnipeg, the miin 'partlcola'r mid IniJy made the first non-stop flight crallc form -of repreiemation.'- the across the Atlantic, vith Captain Al- The mtuuies woro read and ap- Virovcd. A" jiiatlou that the secretary oom- ruuntcalo ivltu VVm. tulllus him lhal as the SAV. sec. ia-7-ll-W4th slauds in the name of same Is not esonipt from Uies, was carried. A motion by Mr. Bcmon lhat wo pass a bylaw empowering tho council to borrow to bo used for rcrcf was carried.1 The follovving school demands were orderert paM: Suonymcado S ?125; Carnegie S. The secretarj' was instructed to followed up he -it was susseslcd that ?arly_iii tor this purpose. Mr. 7iarnCeF7ajIvifiecl that the irecs bo broueht. from' lha rive bottom. .Mr. lossy narrated his experience in tree- UuQlop -A notify Krnest Vasselln that flio cil are only 'Eoldtera v were "uT'enjeas. The following ordered paldi J, Forluno, meeting, mile- nilcage, roads, iiialerlal ...J 73.25 Swenuumson- ft Co., during Ihcpasticn years the caltle, horses wouder about tbe _and urged that sheep lhai he taken care of. Mr. Russoll put In a good word lor the cow, aud Mr. Male for suitable, fence material sucb. as might be procured at a certain Lum- ber yard. The matter of further tree planting was- committed to the neit council. Hoad neces- sity of, tills -was's forth bad been'decided to try out a piece.oE bad road brlct frooi tbe mine and H-tils proved successful to os.Lend operations. tho winter vrcather of Lhe past monlb layed the plan. improvement bi._ lion of ,The .Alayor -suggest- ed that an appropriation be a surTcy lakea-to find (the totrn .'.f 3.. inat- er was presse'd upon' tho' ratepayers by ihe Mayor, and Foremoet held- up s a" model .lo-wp.4n.Uii5 respect.- 4. A Gfdman who Is tho latfiw pitthe'plan propos- ed traE unfortunaleiy absent bnt Pria- cipal Gould stepped, into the breech and explained tho Travelling Library Scheme ot tbe Extension Deparlment of .Alberta Univ.ers.ity> Four hundred well selected .every raritily 25.00 11.90 PA AICKED SS1NG' KOB THK HUttY LfAN ar. -In the tbe rtM nu tweu but The matter of road up the que? .Collecting tatii Arrears' ion 1- could be procurcrt3 Jjoni tbe .depart- ment.for three or. fane "niantjis. J20 only expense charged beicg. Iracspor- iori charges. iOD wbich ,iras! allosether favorable o the -the --Mayor bat Epmo Qf-the'citlziens intereted get together look thorcaighly IntoHhe cement' order B.' p. Seivell Rep'strar land titles, register- ing enforcement........... Alberta Gazelle, printing eu- forceme-ht Registrar land Miles, abstracts for 1G3.65 Elmer Hall, road n-ort........ S.OO Dow Island "Revlow, prinllds rhlnules 6.2-3 S. T. Elford, grading 3R.UO Slacey Co., lumber Tor cemelery 40.10 T. Hopkins, 'meetings, mile- age, 'roads ___. SS.flQ R, Vos, grading D.W: 3....... 2.00 T. H. Walker, mile- age, road expenses to Cal- gary 8S.OQ T. R. Fortune, expenses to Cal- gary 4Q.QQ A luotlon br J. fl. Forluae that we ast the provincial legislRlure to change the "boundaries of the toil- stitucncy ot'Tabcr (o lako" In" Town- sb1ps'7-10-S-10'and 9-10 so'that'all tbe- Mimicipality of Forty Milo %ill bo In one eqnatllucncy carried. A mot'on' Ly .Vr. Benion that (he municipality snpply seed, grain (or the" season of 1920 on the" same basis as in 1519 .was JosL- Motion of. adjournineQt lo meet Nor. 10 a.m'. carried. Ofcr lb' to hare a manual tiaiti ig school. A flOOlOOO ccM li lo o yetfbllshrd al Werburn. llrandon War Vetnans will co'Operuttra store. John his accopted man- aficrsblp al the Sarnla Hoard o? Coin- Mas'sachuselU -ootniaiEBtoa- un essarJcs ordered LXtnCccliouori to cut on sugar to 60 ol artr- aee LSD during July, Augutl and September, tola year. U. S. Heprcgentativc Iteavta said I motor carB.vnlucJ nl wtro sold to rraiice at 20 cents on HID dollar, iiiauy haTlng betn-eent abroad aflt-r .Lha nrmlslice. CJencrnl Electric a BUC- ccssLul iry-ouL of a starless locomotive u'C'IgbFuf 2C5-ions, with 14 ailc9.-oll- fired iiollcra ami a Bpcc-d -ol C5 miles aii hour. Herbert A. Easlon, ol iJciifion. land. secretary of tbo British Kmpfru Lain! Settlement LcnguOj-'jled v.t. San Frandaco" after an ftddrosa bufore the- California Devcloiinienl Boanl on -the .British plan, (or former r soldiers to farnie-.'v. Mr. Kas'loh was on bl? way to Austra- lia Lo place discharged soldiers ou Australian Tbe public school teachers of Moose Jaw liavd been granted nu iucrcasc In grade (eacliers Uie Btbcdule provides for an in- crease of (he minimum from lo and an ad'cclcratlog ol the rate o! yearly Increase by allowing tbo teachers to reach Iho' maximum of Jl.-tOO Sn lire'stops pi. ISO -per Hairy Toledo, 0., -predicted CJLT trmcki will from Ameri- can' cll'.es lateii years. Trolley com- panies. tafd, RW now (rylof to unload all the cfluutir- "Tfcey are trylnf It In Detroit, Tbt com- lpa hare Birired point where lack ot efficient m adage meet, lick of equipment and blga cotls have made It pnctically LmpoulbU them to cairr bnrltn and etlll e moderile" fBrei." Mason Risch Player Piano JYoin Jnzc to Juct as tho mood s'trikes is nullo possible when you own a M. n. riAyer. You can Ihcy play well with- out hQOTvledgc of music. In and try one (or jour- BClf. prpjecT. and (lake The Emergency HospiUl A ,r 142.10 Water; Rental lo_ Wages and'Supplies.Ye' Planting V-Firo'and Fire Brigade Auto Upkeep and Supplies Committee Street Repairs and Dltcbea. Sidewalks and CroBgliiBS 328.54 Supplies and "Deslruction of Weeds Expenses 2C2.76 At a late hoar -the school report 35t..presented ly, Ofr. tTalnter. ost'of carfyiriB on "the school for'.lhe past Len mpnlbs was VThe matter of Ihe-consLructlon ot E rt ollets k? Tfhlcb. ho pasl year had economy's sake. 434.50 Repaid on Hand Total DisbursernenU J63.04i.0l More afiberenti it win gain "The principle' and the workings of proportional reprcsenlation have been and ilit-Bnoin- the.present .form of voting PPinUd >ouL The .more proportional rrprcsentaiion la sludied, tbp slrong- Ug.Qppeaj. wh'en placed Ihe reiults present form representation' -obtained through volink'- The result of the lak Ontario elec- tion-has been draTrii attention to in these columns to point the difference, 10 far representation goes, between Ih.e'jreae'nl and the proposed plan of voling in elections. _Hnt ipzrt tree; Ihla election, we may safely say that election results arc anaiys- the'case In favor of proportlona! representation become j) proven. We refer IG iJic or o'.cclinut bare been analysed, aucli as Ibe election In .Great Britain last'year J1 Tiitae la the election gave the Gov- ernment a of 41-f'.6rer' tho Npn-ppAlHIon in a Ho'usc of v-feg traL'the- Irfah represcntatkea, Tjie Mmber of votes caat.'oiilslilc ILc (Jnl- 'Hrsltf'es, trhifih returned II Coalition r mrmfcrt, and Ireland, was Jlor 'Cotillion and for Non- TH6 majority tot waaT According- ly, far as reprcscn- (dtlori went the majority .In Iho num- bera wta. 414; IT cock. With everything up in the air m'lh Hie present unrest, most of u'a conie' to the conclusion long ago. -.wheat and ,coiF, and tbc pro- eent conilillon ofMtie latter industry as compared lo :lhe of Ihe wheat crop ,last year. is Sold on Easy Payments and present' piano taken In ei- zlmorat Block Hunan of NO CHANGE IN....., PASSENGER SERVICE TOROXTQ. iSoyl oinclal ot Lhe Canadian .National Uallwaya ;to- day stated tbat no. changes; '-fiero. ei- pcctcd Jn the. passeDKer, aerrlce .on Jthat, because 'of tjie 61 'bltuminoua -.the con- Unuatlb'd'.'bt ulti- malely'aJIecL the ro'ad] hoped would established fealare of tho school Last year a skatidg rink had been money hBving-bten -con- tributed "by -tbe citiiena 'and'ihe neccs- in the happv poaillon of having two strings to Her H the coal operators arc'.Ruilly o' Jn'a commodlfr ot public usage n3 coal IE, thcrp Trill be no synj- palby tor ihem In frhateVcr drastic courie the U, S. Covcrnmont (akes In .'fife-ard lo them, ft lE'dlBlhiciJy a case v.'hcro the puntthmchl sboull'be macfq lo lit the crljr.e, Canada been to governing body of Uie Labor This iionllioii' was not won without a Elrugglc 'on (he part of thp. Canadian dclegatca hi U'aahlug- lon, and It ia one more triumph ol that determination which niartc for the succeaa of the Canadian trnopa at thr front. Mr, E. B. TalDter, chairman or the finance coramlilee, pointed out lhat the net amount -received 'Tor the paijl ten months rras Last Lha town Indebtedness had been re- duce rt and --tbla year lliere be a reduction ol J6.000 or 000 reducing- Uie debt-to less than Ho. estimated that the lotrn now had property on hand worth almost and. staled, thai (he, town now owns practically all tbe meant lota ol any value. Increase In Water flates Councillor Harris oa behalf of Ihc1 lire, water and light committee re- ported lhat the C-P.R- had raised ila lal for walcr since Oct. 1st, .from Q per month fo 1204.00 per m'orilfa, l thai this foreshadowed a ralsfliln ter rales lo clllzena In "the future. This Interesting ed all Uie slumbering scat and preclpllalefl .a JliK cusslon as, to Ihc Ing out the C.P.R. rower or In-: slalKng an up-to-date one of oik o.wh.l While no decision was. armed. al It seemed Ihe desire ot mbsC present that 'JncomSng council hould inrcallgalO ,thevniauer. Councllcr- Porteota "reported on 'be-. half at the works and property com- mittee lhat [ive hlbri.'3TM EKJewaiic had been the anil undertaken in the near future. difficulty of securing teachers eVeri the'salaries liad teen raised was dwelt on. Mr? George chairman the school: .board men- tioned lhat the -bad an eipebse'-of [or repairs. The mailers of the ..qual- ity of the coal bclng-ndw uaed in the school and also ot the conveyance ing the winter months ot the school children living !r, Johnston Addi- tion were brought up -by.tbe ilr. Alex and 'discussed. The Her. A. C. Bryan, spoke appreciatively ot Inci work done 'during the "past rear by the school board and school staff and urged every cfforl be- to build up a gtrorig high .school '.de- partment Ibat a short time over 100 pupils and require' at least three teachers. He'also endbra1 ed >lr. Tainter'a suggestion "of .the introduction of music into the school curriculum. Principal Gould then spoke of llie progress of tho school during the pastrrpar.rDcgpllp. the in- erruptiona caused b? Ihe flu cpl- Icmlc the Lekcn a. blgh Landing In ajfr IhP departmental eiania.. Tbe hud been opened and R'seConrt eachcr, Had bsch'en'gag' id for'the'High school irorh. It would >nly -be a short lime till the third cacher ba -A cadet corps of over -Sfl had hccn enrolled and'nip.t wlce a wp.ek for ilrlll under Mr. I ifett, _who bail been recognized i Instructor, An appeal', j'fadp lor uniforms for the Kprir'lhient having furnished rMlea and flags. one on the. corlh The, tree planting that, had" lieon done during the fiat hi fiaap been" Foster's reputallon as weather pro- phet reached Its zenllli on Monday wlUi Lhe first Indlcat'on ol lha alorm pryphesled In the Fifth Meridhn on (ic 24lli of Iho mojilh, .S') tar thq dlorm has. not maintained thj? lly mentioned by Foster and added Id by the cxsggeralfph of .the anlfcipa- Scarcely a tree1 hail survived and the town was out, cirj jlaln plretU had been 'planned, for tM? {alt but the bad that had In so early had Head or Ihe rioaUh elected we those lion by the flul still acclflmatlon, has shown Ksclf is oriougli Iff whd were Coalitionists nnd 13 N'on- enhance Iho. name of Poster. relief committee garc'A briolf'rtpori fif hta department Dialing from the expenditure on 'the ;cmbj- gcncy ho.ipllnl no other nad been. Inc-urrcd. The Taber Hoapltal Councillor Talnler, chalrmsti hospital committee, reported thai a' grant'of bad been mado to the Tabar Hospital, This was Ihe made by (he 'own on lliat since H had opened. The year 3i had been enrolled In ligli scljool; this year n frinnvallon'V in the BChool had JnlrtxMtrcd JlhJB fan In resrject would 'be sari" work done bj 'the boys. -'.This uhe" rink -.would- he- continued. The Huckey club would have'charge )f it-but arriingemerils had bDen Tnade .hat-tbo school children .would'have 'rec- Ice. The work oE tbe school had been so irrarigDd lhaL it was possible noiv pupils :who were over age .in their grade qr puplla who. were extra bright lo make -two- grades in 'one-year. It was "hoped at-Christmas time to'pro mole SO or 40. aoch scholars. The In closing heartily en- dorsed careful ol tbo school. The Mayor then dismissed the meet' Ing. Doth councillors and school trus- tees merit tbe hearty thanks of the citizens for the faithful and success fill Tvork Ihoy have done during the" 1'eaf. -The retiring members ol the councl' are TalnLer, .Miller ami Head, wltli Coiuicillor PMerson rcalEtiing, MTille the retiring mcmbera ol the School fid a Til are Me TaiaLcr and O'brlstensen, Nomination day win he on day, Dec, lal. NonVnallone lo the vacancies on lie council and scfooo board will be received by Mr.'Ramp- son Sanderson, returning olftccr, a the Fire LalL from 11 to 12 a.m General regret (a expressed al the re sfgnallon of Councillor Patcrgan, who hcadc-d the poll year and Is con sldercd one of tho moat faithful ant capablo men In tbe future mayor If you :A Missionary to Speak On' Thuradny alternoon'al 3 30.p.m Ml3S a-rcliirnotl'-MtsElonar? from ladla will address the ladies of the i town at (he 'among Ihc women Caps, KTJOI .Churcii' Manec on India. The aame evening she will ad a public meetfnB--In Knor eblircl ;o a Sporu paj-.VThls had been car- at 8 p.m.-All are cordially Invited 1o rl' tbrbugli and it SLIPPERS Yoii Will be looking for something like We have in 'now for ihe CHRISTMAS SEASON and may not get later because when.sizes are sold out they can- not be replaced this season. early. Cfcooaft. what you. want and eftciiro it. early than disappointed. Wo havn fill the pop- ular ahkdcH'an'd Iho different slyka. have Dr, Jndgcr'i Fate Wool Slippers for men, women anrt chllilrcn. W.J.- NELSON Co. Skerrack Building War Bond Interest Coupons and Cheques Cashed Free. The Merchants Bank will cash all TCar Loan coupons' or interest cheques when due, on presentation, without making any charea whatever for the service. If you have not a Savings Account, why riot use your interest money to open one with This flaili-I MCRCHANtS BANK 'Head Office: QF LETHBRIP9E BRANCH, CANADA EsiablUhed R. J. DINNING, Mtoigtr t tLeid.yi ijij Fildifi. .Progress and Development RECONSTRUCTION means more than a r'elum to pre-war conditions, in points to even .greater progress, ?nd Development. Firms or'Individuals who have plans for Increasing the scope of (heir business operations should seek .the advice of Iheir bantor. Avail .yourself of our lacilities. COA THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PArp.UP CAPITAL FUND LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, R. T. Brj-mticr, Overcoats The en'diiring excellence of every ,Fi.t-Refprrri: Overcoat is the best :'proof of the higK- .which govern slep of its production. ;