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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEI'TKMBER 25, 1915 T I! E I, P T H 15 U 11) G K 0 A 11- Y II E RAM) PAGK SEVEN MUNICIPAL LOAN SHOP Institution Established by William Volkor In Kansas City Proves Success cavo iiraily from men wlio charsc t'xci'KKlvo Interest on loans [or email amounts, Volkur, a pliilaii- throiilsl o[ Iliis dly. provided tlio funds KovL'rat years HMO with which tlio city opened a municipal loan As n start inoiiuy was lent at nil Interest rate or yet cent. monlli, anil the free legal anil bureau smv to it that those already In tlie'nc! of Hu- ll) per cent. mon. so were frneil from their unjust Tlio needy wore given an opportunity to clopoHifc their valuables with the muni- cipal loan shop at llic low rate or In- terest. Tim thing was Jrlod IIB ox pen- menU hut the liusllic-ns prosliorwl so Hint ii reduction in file interest rail In IMS boon urdenul. "V.V round thai Iliei-n wns HO need lo diiiiRe 2 per cent on pledge .Mr. Vollrer exl.'lninf'il today. "It is not mucusury to vlini-KU more tbiiii en- to make expenses. If UK; busi- ness InstiHea il wllllin tin; llL'Xl six niontbH tlicro will ho another roduc- tlon. A year ago we conld not liave donu It, lint tho largo volume of busi- ness slnro Ihon lias put too much money hi Iho treasury, and our liusl- miss is not lo make money." The, ofrlce averages loans ;t montli. About a month mnarUlilt' instanc- es; ni surreal st-icnu- bavi- b'i'ii Ill-might, tu liKlil- rliinnp, tin1 war, tint, llu1 follow iiii; story, how a liorriHy imiiilali'il sulilicr "ra-oiistructi'd From his own ruins, adds one. mon1 miracle to the list. A Kmwli oorlPspondcnl was ailmitlod to tin1 llothscliild lios- nital to soo for himsolf the miradc p> '.oaiuid out. to persons In need of ready money, accorllne to tho figures llalph Porry, city loan agent. EstablisHed over Forty-one THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA' ASSETS OVER The A, R, C of Banking Deposit Your Savings Reg- ularly Dollar Earns Interest From Date of Deposit m We solicit your account in our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE BRANCH G. F. BLETCHER, Manager, 258, 131h Street N.________ OF CANADA The Union Bank 61 Cans; gives a Modern Banking Service There is a growing tendency, which iis have always foster- ed, toward closer relations between business men and their bankers, with a broader and more valuable service from bank to customer. Open an account wlih the Union Bank of Canada and taka advantage of the exceptional facilities which our 320 Branches enable us to offer. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH G. R. TINNING, Manager H. E. SANDS. Acting Manager THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YQCS Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Polictef or other valuables in one of these boxes in question after the surgeons had! coinpli'U-i! tlirir work. The corres- pondent was shown a photograph of a man wrmndE-d in the trenches. 11. u-as ;i terrible picture. Tho face lai'k- I ril I he lower portion of Ihe loft j cheek, cliin had pour and also thn j lips and nose. While HIP was look- iiiL-; tins picture OUR "i Hi'- hospital assistants made a sifeii Id one ul tin- patients who JUKI jvjiiifi, out in spend itu iifternoon :tt it picture i "Here our said tlie usstet- aat. Thf stared unt.'imiprr- i bill Ihe addrd v-11 !i s a Millie, 1 assuiv ymi this is j 'the itatinit whose photograph you j luu- in ymir IIHIK! U.c mart who j intu the hospital witli-j on: ills check, iaw, tips, chin and! The ai first thought hcj I'noliitg hiin, Init. the paliPiit, who was just "ejoinu; out, Ijon- few of. the (jreadfu! wounds dr- picted'in the photograph. Ills riRlu cheek was tlie twin hrotiirr of his left cheek In; had an excellent ehiii j lip.s that oppncil in a genial smile, and a nnsc- of contour. His j face unlv hore the rapidly marks occasioned by sui'Kk-al scwins- j Tho pati'Mil liiiii.si'lf'procmlcil to con- firm assistant's assertions, talk- ing in Ihe slang of the French infan- tryman. Tricked the Germans "Yes; it'.s niysplf twasn't any rrm.ri for tjin (JfTtlKlllS SjlOll HIV j portrait the doctors tricked them jail. As you sec, has nKUuifactuml for me "a very decent, face For my- I self, 1 think lie has improved it, ar.il I hciic.ve they will liml rue more of ikmit when 1 'get hack into the ooim- try." Then he lit a elgau'ite and went oil' ta the show. The .surgeon had takeriia portion of the patient hack and used it. lo replace the check. With the skin tiie hack he fashioned, the lips. Then he took a portion of tlie man's short rihs to make the nose and the suh- I stance of the chin. From the fore- head he took the skin for the nose, i ami from the stomach the skin for i the chin. Finnilr, when the man was practically refa-shioned and conld be i 'permitted" to !nok at; his new face., j the doctor asked him if there anything he regrctlc-'i. The, soldier ro- j plied "Vcs, my mustache." "Oh. don't vou worry ahoul said the doctor, and without even apply- j iiij; an anaesthetic he look from thn hairy nape of the neck a small pirn; of skin and grafted it on the upper doctor, ''that you will have as vic- lip. "I can't promise said the j torious a mustache' as that, which you idt in the trenches, but in any case vou won't he APPLY Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgr. An Experienced Executor The administration of a Will calls for wide experience in financial and commercial mailers. This Trust Company offers you the experienced services of a'body ol' successful business men. They have every qualification for the perfect administration of your Will. Write for our booklet on 'Wills.' THE TRUSTS GUARANTEE CALGARY COMPANY, LIMItED., ALBERTA Public Administrator and Officfal Assignee for the Judicial Districts 6( LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN Lethbridge office, Bank of Commerce W. McNIcol, Inspector. Raise Funds to Improve Road to Pincher Creek Pincher Creek. Alia.. Sept. road from the station into the town has long since made Pincher Creek famous, and travellers will remember it with a vividness this year. "Im- would -he hut a slight term to use in expressing its .usual condi- tion. Consequently, it lias been da- culed that something must be done. j On 'Monday afternoon last, the Lo- leal Improvement District No. ii9, the Town Council, and representative business men of the town, gathered together to confer with M. T.. Jordan of the Public Works department on the subject, illayor Allison presided, and 15, Hillier, secretary of the L.l.D. acted as secretary for the meeting. Sir. Jordan explained that the ob- ject, of the meeting was to get the sentiment, of the whole district as to the work necessary, and how far the town and surround his country would go in the way of financial assistance toward the cost of putting the road in repair. He explained that the total cost would be at least to put. the road in shape and cover with six inches of gravel 12 feet wide. air. Hillier read a motion passed at a recent meeting, whereby the L.l.D. agreed to set aside the sum of Do you remember the first time you tried this delicious solid chocolate confection, and when the box was empty how sorry you were? Follow the little lady's example and "pick" this dainty chocolate every time. Ltifle Prepare For Winter We. have a largo stock of TOOLS AM) MACHINES FLUMKERH' TOOLS AND FITTINGS STOVE PIPE, FUlJNAOiX .Etc., Etc.. V> ill he sold a( heavy discount. British Canadian Trust Co. PHONE 1843 315 5th STREET CONYBEARE as their share, provided the work ua undertaken. Mr. S. 'P. Hunter expressed the op- inion that ibis amount wo.uld be con- j sUlerahly increased by private sutr- j srijition through the country. j The Mayor explained that it was en- j lirety out'of the power of the Council j to vote money for anything but town purposes. But considering the offer of help by the government, there he no difficulty in raising it substantial sum in the town. The subjee.t was thoroughly dis- cussed, and a committee appointed to canvass ihe town and to report to Mr. 'Jordan hy the. Until, T. Kebel and D. L. .Me.Crea aetm.s as committee. A standing committee to look after the road when completed, and keep it in .repair was also appointed. A coun- cillor from eaeli of the five divisions was appointed to canvass his partic- ular district for private subscriptions, j The meeting was adjourned, to meet j apaiu on September 25, when reports of subscriptions and tenders for the work will be THE CONUUEST OF POLAND Picture shows Austro-Gcrman troops tailing over tile oivil administration of a aro seen fleeing willi personal effects are urn-table. community ill Poland. Refugees Whether the Shoes be White or Tan in 1 Gives the Shine that Won't Come Off on the Lasting. The "Easy-Opening" Box, lOc. THE F. r. DALLEY CO., LTD., BUFFALO, N. Y., HAMILTON, CAN ;