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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Letlibriagc PallyJBferald. Tmirsaay, septemoer on't buy Lumber or Building Materials of any kind until you examine our stock, and get our prices and terms. A saved is a earned Round Street Phone 763 Westminster Rd. Phone 1063 at N. Lethbrldga Taber Bow Island Milk River High River Claresholm Nan ton Granum Carmangay Barons Kipp Jet OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.U PRESIDENT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER THE CANADIAN B A N FOR PAID-UP CAPITAL, RESERVE .FUND, SAVINGS BAftiK DEPARTMENT Interest at the current rate is allowed on ail deposits of 51 and names or mom persons, t any one of them or by thesur- and dar Wfitten instructions as to who is to make tO nature. CANNERY MAN financial Authority Hands out a Roast To F.'fl. 0r tame, recent aaa T T> t _ __ Lethbridge Branch C G. K. Notirse, OF Ciji'aJ, Eest Profits Total Asscte Over Spend tfee Balance Don't spend all you and save the balance there Is any. Save-what you know you spend the rest. The difference, in a few years, xrill be .the difference between 'poverty and independence. Open a Savings Account now, in this Bank. It trill make the 'saving easier. Main cor. Round Redpath Sts I G. R'. TINNING Sub-Office Westminster Rd., N. Ward Manaier Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy Lake- -A. W. Bal.'lte, and nis enterprises Canneries still lives, j out it appears to be involved in some j serio-comic complications. -iir. F. H. Malcolm, who .promoted ln appointed attorney and represents" of. per annum, and that it "snouid be clear" to us that -tie company can pay -without difficulty a g of the two hundred per cenr A'ational Bank of was; a promoted by the op timistic Mr. Malcolm, it expired sud-1 aeniy.. j Luring- Corporation, Lim another ore-notion M .GRAFT ON ENGLISH ROADS People Worried Over Affairs of Railroad Companies -Big Salaries London. Sept. load officials are coming in for some: jaid ID the forum, press ami: circles The offenders have Pffseuwra system of graft that en-. -iD-.-es whole families to live Corporations wir-h which thev are! connected. Oce of the most "widely ureu.-aied newspapers, in i the subject, has this to say thc for askin >ns of th age our railway chairman after an- ytrier tens us that .his company has practiced strict economy and the gest savings have been due to co-op- cration between lines which hitherto care spent enormous sums in nc-htinf one another. -Between and a lines e ac- AGAINST CITY OF tne of the city of Toronto Toronto, .pat., sept Jus- tics Mioaleton today on .petition of the Toronto Electric LiVht company. l grsnted the company an injunction i teriuS restraining the city from erecting any grave more poles or -stringing any more wires on poles already "erected .on streets occupied by plaintiffs lines in connection with the distribution or power'the tive of the company, until you are ad nsed by me La writing of the new dir ectors authorized to sign the com The ,ager may well toil the city poles are-inter-1-bank replied- with'their wire5 and causing I autaoritv vou" danser. NEW BANK PRESIDENT Xot a minute should be lost shows symptoms of croup Chamberlain's Cough Remedy given as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even after the c'ro.upy cough, appears, Sold by all member of the Legislative Conn- of this province and for- some. the bank man- To, e "e do not fcaoTr what in so directing us. _ vt v cil of this province and for- some as lt did a years a director of the Bank of Hoch-1 comPany promoter m fact, -we consider it a piece of pre- sumption on your part to mate such a request. we would not presume to an on your orders, or on any other unauthorized instructions." Tms -well-deserved.answer, scratch- Limited. Malcolm's Western Canneries Urnned. ,Tfe( original promoters says that Flower recently in Medicine Hat trying sell the company's fac- his circular letter "What -do you think of thisV" To which the natural reply is: "T.hat tne sale of 'would 'be a good thing." ..indeed, the-sale of alii cne company's assets, the division of are highly scores of with the salaries of cabinet Has ihe practice of econ- touched this powerful class? the directors and officials ecoii- top as zealously as at BEAUTIFUL SHRUBS Are you aware of the large number of fine Lardy Flowering Shrubs that are perfect- ly hardy on the prairie and will thrive there year after year, getting more beautiful' every We can send you a selection of twelve varieties, three years old, that will all coming summer and all will he different periods from spring un- til fall The selection includes Lilacs, Snow- balls, Spireas, Wiegelias, Elders, Berberries, Snowberries, Deutzias, Honey- suckles. etc., etc. All two to three feet high, three vears old, regular value This, selection, all express charges pre- paid to your nearest express office at special price. For 30 days only of Place orders early Only per dozen Kootenay Valley Nurseries Mirror Lake, E. C. wound of the says in a yesterday called to the''cular the shareholders that of that institntion, sentiments this rl MODERN LIFE WOULD BE TOO HARD ON THE NERVES IF IT WERE NOT FOR WANT r The pace of life become tense. Worries, disappointments., tip-sets at home and prhce, losses., discouragements seem to multiply as daily life becomes more complex Hie property-owner, who MUST have a steady income from rents or lose his property, is racked- by the untimely defection of a ten- ant. Some classified advertising quickly re- toeves his loss-and quiets his noms! ihe salary-earner unexpectedly his pcacc-of-mind. "Thc'sirM.b would shortly ''break7 his nerv- ous system if, once more, want' advertisino- did not find the better restore him to his mental equilibrium. In every phase of the city's every day, the want ads play the part of the They SEEVE you and me at some crisis in our keep the modern pace and tension from proving and for US. Truly, the want ads ARE ICE! ply will .be ample confirmation of what 1 told you about some oif the "bank [managers, if you rely on advice "of j tne otncers of some of the banks in I tnis matter you tvili .be led most TVOC- fully astray." The fact is that Mr. Jiaicolm would himself be running a in Canada if The .Monetary Times and others had not pricked one ,or his Dnanciai 'bubbles m the shape JOT a proposed National Bank of Can- capitalized at and one of the wildest schemes imaginable. financial, result among the share- ana the winding up or the com pany appears: to be the only sane ourse left to; pursue. Mr. Malcolm Mr. Flower with some terrtbk rtences. For instance, "he -is "de- oting most of his time to joy rides1 His new automobile, in the bus? ours of the day, and even charging ne company one'dollar a trip mail in his automobile to road station." in- tiscussing matters Malcolm talks of morality." in this connection The -Monetary Times would remind him an explanation of ho-tv expended 'by him and his leagues in organizing the Western canneries, is long overdue. Later in the circular letter he waxes at "the -whole is "simply outrageous." Then toiiows an oratorical 'bid for a prom-' ment place in a. stainect glass window.' "it is because 1 am ndt susceptijlv to bri'bery, and will to Irack-' man, or tolerate grafting, and have' absolutely clean hands myself. 1 i am able to 'tell you these" facts out fear or favor." Which one to inquire what of soap -wr. used. ay 'in the Jand. Some of the are doubtless more val In Great Britain there are a- vucn.- Hit? aoout urv H FACW- T-n-Tr v 4. "auic iua.ii oinci: them can be defended on strict 6om- ,tne esumatea cost ol raw material) !'i'h0 m i me public and the reputable m SU'sesdon i? Six Months Credit Safe AND ON 12th Percivars Farm, known as the old Silver Farm, sec. T7, tp o Then HORSES colm "caEDot e Creek 1 black gelding 1 grey Perch eroc mare g 1 grey mare s 1 brown gelding 9 1 bay gelding g 1 sorrel mare 9 1 brown gelding (j 1 grey gelding s f bay gelding s 1 grey naare y 1 grey gelding 9 1 grey gelding Age- teresting The shareholders cannot in the -details." Ma! at a loss." -Malcolm jcen-e a dividend, TH- company was in l9Co. Up to date it has! even one can dollars i 1 try. company Sewer Pipe Company, advertised in Mr. lUalcolm -was sec.retary, and talked of 1.700 per cent per annum dividends. m a circular .ie said -it. would be unwise" to print the ngures for pu'blic -at j company I Uinacnan Distilleries, Limlted.- M. Malcolm was one of the or- gamzers. I colonial Bank of Mai- colm was secretary, [cnarter h-is exnired. western Canneries. pany's carcase'.' i heir com- RECEIVED HEAVY CKARGE OF ELECTRICITY Winnipeg, Sept. j_ex. stow, employed in the glass! works, received the- f 'li force of elso' trical current when the wires crossed! on his machine. He was powerless to I 1Wmaelf' bBl 3llow managed to drag him away He bay mare 1 grey mare 1 grey gelding 1 bay mare 1 grey mare 1 sorrel geiding 1 bay gelding 1 span mules 1 span geldings 1 span mares 1 single mule 1 colt heavy draugh a 10 ;