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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY .HERALD, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1909. PAGE THRU. EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK INCORPORATED CAPITAL AND RESERVE 1859. T. S. MacKENZIE MAKES A CHANGE A general Banking business transacted Accounts of Mer- chants and Farmers invited Savings Bank Department in connection, deposits of SI .00 arul -nrnvarcls received and in- terest allowed at highest current rates. ROUND STREET QJd Sage Store J. A. R. ROME, Manager. I Lethbridge Branch i leaves the 0. W. Kerr Co. To Enter Business As Agent Capital, Rest and Undivided Profits Exceed Provide for the Future You have no guarantee that you will always be able to do your present work, or make your present income. It is wise, in lay aside a certain amount regularly, and build up a reserve fund. The best way _to do this is to open a. Savings Account in the Union Bank, on which Interest will be paid regularly at highest current rates. It will lessen your worries, and increase yonr self-respect. Lethbridge R. Anderson. Manager. Stirling F. Manager. Grassy Lake W. Manager. THE CANADIAN BANK OT COMMERCE To the majority of the residents of Lethbridge and it great number of settlers throughout Sunny Southern Alberta, particularly those who have kept closely in touch with the rapid settlement and development of this part of the province, tlie name of the O.-W. Kerr Co. and their ge- nial manager T. S. MacKenzie, have become very well known indet d, as active factors in the cam- paign of transforming the great plains of Southern Alberta into pros- i perous farms and garden spots. Mr. MacKenzie came into this district about three and a naif years- ago, coming direct from the field work for the company in Texas where'., they were then operating, and what the results of their" work here have needs no review at this time. As the policy of Any company .depends largely on the man in charge of their business at any particular point, the character and progressiveness of HARVEST TIME Should be a season of plentiful money for many of our people, and much of this should find its way in- to the Buuiv. We- wish to remind all of the fa- cilities of the BANPL OF TORONTO for conducting the banking business of farmers and town and city people. Surplus money should be deposited in our Savings Department where it will earn in- terest and where it will be S'A.FE jniil required for use. Small or large amounts may be deposited, or withdrawn at any time. INCORPORATED 1855 LETHBRIDGE BRANCH T. W. McEachern Manager their permanent bridge. The change that is residence- in Leth- io take place HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO ESTABLISHED 1887 B.E. WALKER, President ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, their man in this eld must be respon-jis, the taking over by Mr. MacKen- sib'le to a great extent for the success zie of the property of Messrs. Bea- and progressiveness of this company's vets Son. who represent the Inter- operations in Southern'Alberta. As national Harvester Company' at this a resident of tethbridge, MacKen I point. He has bought the warehouse zie has always: been public spirited property and also their fine new res- and -ever readV to lend his assistance idence on Bartlett street, and both pro. the business and residence will prob- his own time in the field. His exten- sive acquaintance' among thy settlers throughout the of whom made the contracts for the pur- chase .of tlu'ir laud directly .through him and were located on that land by him when arrivvd with their ef- in.suiv his success in this part of the work right from the start. He was ccmnected with the International people at North Dakota, for several yoars, as an em- ployee of tht' big concern, and is therefore thoroughly familiar with the work. His sons, all three of whom are young men, have been more or less familiar with the implement bus- iness, and probably two of them at [least will take an active part'in the business with him. From our 'ac- quaintance with Mr. MacKenzie we feel most certain that anyone who may have dealings with him in this new field will have courteous and fair" attention in even' way. While Mr.' MacKenzie and family will move off their Mackalberta Farm near Chin and make their home in the fine new residence in Lethbridge recently erected by Mr. Beavers, in order to have better school and church advantages, it is the inten- tion to retain "his farming interests, and make the place a credit to what he considers the bost farming coun- try on earth, putting in charge a competent manager. We are not '.advised at this 'time as to who "will be placed in charge of thet field work of the 0. W. Kerr Company here, but from our know- ledge of. their methods of doing busi- ness, it is certain they will place the of someone who and a desirable cause, such as the A GENERAL BANKING. BUSINESS TRANSACTED AT ALL BRANCHES DRAFTS AND IVJONEY ORDERS sold, and money transferred by telegraph or letter. COLLECTIONS made in all parts of Canada and in foreign countries. FOREIGN BUSINESS. Cheques and drafts on the United States, Great Britain and other foreign countries bought and sold. 123 Lethbridge Branch C C. K.Nourse, Manager It will pay you to trade Pioneer Lumber Co. with us. I It will pay you to trade with us. ,242-26.; pioneer Lumber Co. 242-26 to any motion of good clean sports of all i abl-v be taken over and occupied by kinds, church and charitable work; MacKenzie during the coming and Jie has added greatly io This is a growing of many a service or en- in spite of his busy life, I by his powers as a vocalist and en- tertainer. I If, the surprise Mr. MacKenzie had sprung on us were in the nature of j an announcement of 'his leaving Leth- j bridge, we would surely feel sincere j regret, but inasmuch as is simply I a chane of business associations wliicr! he expects to be'to Ins advan- tage, we can 'Only congratulate him and wish him every success in "his new enterprise, and particularly is it a pleaeure to learn that he and his estimable family figure on making! Edward Restaurant -.The Place tn Get a Good Meal 21 Meals Board and Room a week i ruit, -Cigars anu i oottcco Round Street Next Lumber, Yard Very Rev. Dean Williams, the bride bdng given away by Mr. Crooks, M. j P., while Hon. C. R. Devlin, assist-; the groom. Messrs. Pelland and Donovan also signing the registers. Mr. and Mrs. Richardson, left fot British Columbia yesterday' afternoon. work in the competent, will be CHILD SCALDED Winnipeg, Sept.. Wa- malder, a boy five years old was scalded to death yesterday by falling into a pot of boiling water. Meals I for. c. GOING WEST Ont., Sept. J. Sycamore, who- has. accepted cal Ito the First Baptist Church, Cal- gary, bade farewell to his congrega- tion in James street Baptist church here last night He leaves for Cal- gary this evening. addition to tht- ever growing business! fair city. Mr. Mae- r their, service is Kenzie's leavin purely for what he considers his own advantage hi a business way, and.he has the same confidence in their me- thods and claims for Sou- thern Alberta .as a horn e or invest- Headquarters for Office Stationery of all kinds Fully Equipped the Trade in All Branches of Expert Mechanics and the Latest Machinery If you have not tried us for your work, let us turn you out a trial order Letter Heads Bill Heads Statements Envelopes Phone 106 Invitations .Announcements Circulars nphlets Etc., etc. ,A FALL SKIN DISEASES AN ARTICLE FROM MOTHER'S ..When the children "break out" with eruptions and skin diseases, so com- mon in tin? fall, don't run to useless and nauseating medicines. Zarn-Buk is whatsis needed. It is a skin food as well as a healing balm., Mrs. Chas. Levere, of Prescitt, jSTorth Channel. Ont., tells how 25c. Good Meals Full Courses See what it's like at Chow Sam Co. T. S. MacKenzie business, and is given up by Messrs. Beavers only account of the'death re- i cantly of Mrs. Beavers, the elder, I and the feeling of the bereave'd family that they must -return to their old friends and associations. All who have met these good people will re- gret to learn of their proposed de- parture, and they will take back' with them the best wishes of many Leth- bridge friends. Mr. MacKenzie proposes to carry on this .important implement busi- ness in a progressive manner, rind will no doubt spend a great deal of ment proposition th'at he bias felt and inspired in others by his straight forward and earnest exploitation dur- with, them. until he takes charge of the International Han-es- ter Company Warehouse and business of the Messrs. Beavers, and until his ing his association For the present. Bu'kcured her baby. She say's "My baby's head and face was one com- plete mass o! sores. The itching and irritation were 'fearful, and -the little one's _ plight was PO fearful that at aie time we feared her ears would br eakn off. "We had to keep her hands tied for days to prevent her rubbing and. the sores. Doctor after doctor treated her in vain, until we had had five doctors. They all agreed it was a frightful case of but I none of them did any permanent i good. "As -a last resource we were advised to, try Zam-Buk: The first box did so much good that we felt sure we were at last "working in the right di- rection. We persevered with the treatment until we had used thirteen and at the end of: that time, I am glad to -say. Zam-Buk effected a cure." Mrs. Holmes, of 30, Guise Street Hamilton, is quite as eloquent ra Iher praises. She says "Zam-Buk cured my boy of boils and eruptions when he was so bad that he had been unable to mix with other child- ren. Prior to the toils breaking out he had had a bad eruption, but Zam- Buk cleared ihis away, too, and made j his skin clear and smooth. It is a wonderful preparation, and mothers! throughout -the land should alvravs The Alberta Restaurant Under new management JFirst-class cook. Every- thing clean Meals 25c W.PJoy Headquarters for ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OFFICE: Brown Co.'s Building Crabb Street successor for the 0. W. Kerr Co. is placed in charge, Mr. MacKenzie will remain in charge of the latter company's office s.nd business in the Whitney Block After that will be in the implement warehouse 50 cvnts building" on Ford Strf-ct near Koad.' keep it handy." For eczema, eruptions, rashes, tet- ter, itch, ringworm, aid similar