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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta -SATURDAY.'DECEMBER 2, 1016 THE LETHUniDGE DAILY 1IEKALI) At The Theatres At tho Empress Mary MacLaron, the sympathetic and winsome heroine of tho pretty girl who lately delighted de- in a moving picture stock organiza tion on the Pacific girl brought to thc necessity of making her living when the theatrical com pany iihu had boon playing witb voice's of photoplays "in "Saving the! stranded In Los Angeles. Lois Family will appear at tho! "discovered" Miss MacLarei: and latest and Empress tonight in her greatest success, a Home." The success Mary MacLaron has so speedily achieved- upon tho screen has been tho most conspicuous event in motion picture playing for many made her a over nlglit. screen star practicall) At-The Peg o' the a remarkable on months. It was only last March that serial that has opened at tho Ornheum s liacLareu 'was "playing maids" i theatr !Miss MAJESTIC Phone 1722 TONIGHT AT- 8.30 .LAST TIME Sumner Nichols Powerful Piny "The Girl He Couldn't Buy" PRICES 75c, 50c, 23c here, drew an immense crowd for the second chapter which was shown last night and will he repealed tonight.' Tlie picture 'features Grace Cunard and Francis Ford, and is a marvel of pieturization. The play, is based on circus life and the vicissi- tudes of that life are followed with great faithfulness, and a wonderful story is the result. Kveryone should follow this great serial. PANTAGES AT THE ORPHEUM MONDAY NIGHT Very pleasing and entertaining are tiia features that compose the now vaudeville bill at Monday night. The Courtroom Girls is the I title of the headline, attraction, which is composed of comedians, girls and j tur.Gful music. Robert Milliken, Ruth I Francis and Herbert Broske are the features ot this offering, supported by a bevy of pretty girls in a delightful musical farce which is a travesty in i ragtime on trial. Burton Daniels and Lester Conrad, two youthful music- ians, will offer a miniature musical recital; these young boys are wonders and execute a repertoire of classical numbers in a manner that is remark- able. Tlie Cook Sisters will present a singing offering that is out of tlie ordinary. Chisholm and Breen ,will offer a comedy sketch entitled' "A shop girl's that abounds in funny situations and also personality; they are also good to look at players. The [Four Portia Sisters will present a combination of contortions and acro- batics in a most efficient manner Scene from "The Two at StaHand for the last "time Tonight. tic theatre last night; and thoroughly enjoyed it from the first curtain-to the last. The play, which will be repeated tonight, has plenty of "punch" in its more dramatic scenes, and just en- ough ot the lighter vein element to relieve its more serious moments. Ii some respects it Margaret Illington's great success, "Within the Law." in that tlie heroine, a young girl thrown upon the world to earn her own living, takes the law into her own hands in order to work out her own tahlished near Lothbridge.-Farm Pro- ducts Limited, a company composed of some of the local hay growers have installed an alfalfa mill at Coal- dale, and are prepared to supply alfal- fa meal, which Is certain to find a ready markqt. th> high price of coarse grains and the steadily :.d vancing price of bran and shorU, fiocd feeders will welcome the opportu- i nity of obtaining hieh aTsifa meal at a reasonable price. This Is the beginning of a new lustry tlmt will doubtless prove .rcmcly beneficial to tiie alfalfa irowers on irrigated lands in tho iroviiice. has nossibili- ,ies of much greater expansion Hum might too supposed. The Is ground to a reasonably fine condition and is packed firmly in' sacks the size- bran is ordinarily nut in. In convenient form it is possible to ship to markets entirely out, of reacli of ordinary baled alfalfa. It is expected that the bay gro-.vf's here will ho in a position to si'inthis iu'y conditions limited to a radius of about two hundred miles, owing to At the Majestic To those who are looking for thing different" in theatrical offerings, "The Girl Ho Couldn't Buy" will come as a real treat. A very appreciative audience greeted the opening perfoi- mance of the play here at the Majes- Glasgow, IJec. results of the -Following are the iclieduie.d footbal' games in the Scottish League playeci today on the grounds of the first mentioned clubs -Ayr United 0, Partick Thistle.0 Clyde 1, Airdrieonians 1. Dundee 0, Third Lanark 1. Queens 0, Kilmaruock 1. -Hamilton Academicals 1, St. Mirrea i Morton 1, Hibernians li Kaitlr Rovers 1, Celtic 4. Aberdeen. 9, MotherweH 1 Hearts of Midlothian 1, Dumbarton 1 Rangers 8, Falkirk 1. meal profitably as far east -13 west to tlic coast. What this means to the alfalfa growers in the district can lie readily appreciat- ed when we consider tlie fact that tlie market for baled hay is, under ordin- tlic hliih cost of transportation on amount of its bulky nature. The production of alfalfa meal has passed out of tho experimental stage as Is fully evidenced by tho growth ot this industry during, tho past ten years in the United States, Over there it. Is shipped great distance and Is in ready demand by dairymen and feeders of high class stook ot all kinds including, nut only cattle, but hogs, poultry and sheeii. The quality of the product that is made here is certain to be excellent for the farmers have learned that it is irnuossl'ulo to cure all their hay in first class shape and aro meeting this difficulty' bs arranging to feed a certain part of this crop each year to slock at homo so that from year to year they are going to offer smaller proportions of the product for sale. Tills will in sure a gradual improvement of the duality of alfalfa put on the niarke both ta the baled and ground form The increase in area devoted t( tlic crop will, however, ins.urc the purchasing public of an air.jtie supply of this most stock food. With the extremely high iiriccs pre- vailing for all kinds of concentrates feeders in Western Canada will be Klad to learn that Alfalfa meal now be obtained, in Alberta. Bank of Montreal Reflects Plans for Post War Preparedness Features of Annual Statement Indicate Unusual Jumped to Kecord Level of Over Assets Equivalent to 75% olr Liabilities to Increase, m 'Deposits. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Montreal, Nov. 30. The Dank of Montreal statement for the fiscal year ending October 31st, just Issued, is one ot tlic strongest the Dank has ever forwarded to its share- bentures and stocks. com- pared with Canadian municipal securities, British, Foreign and Colonial public securities other than Canadian ui> from Cheques on other hanks rueu 10 ua HIUUU- ti.j.-io.. ,_. first of the state- compared with Hie state- expected at the end ot the year. Even a cursory study reveals a con- dition or strength and a growth ot as- the Bank keeps itself to take care of any increase in tlie commercial re- quirements ot the Dominion.' The gen- eral industrial activity of the past I _.. Dismiss Action Against the Consolidated School hiiiui.-o uiiiui, .ness to these have been may perhaps he Dost; Canada now stand ireciated by a glance at the loud j compared with '.........506; loans to cities, ties and school districts against current loans and discounts elsewhere than in Canada, compared with A loan ot to the Dominion gov- nonui. wouui si-'uui LU j which appeared last-year, has special business and is perhaps due in >art to tlio very large undertakings icing carried out by the Bank on this side of tho Atlantic for tho Canadian and British Governments. assets, which have increased by well' ,-j iver during tlie year, and i low amount to as com- pared with ?302, at UIR end ot he previous year. Snch an increase, iB at tlic rate ot over a uontli. would seem to indicate some Judgment in tho famous Barons Consolidated school district case was handed down in Supremo Court to- day by llr. Justice Walsh. Tlie ai tion .Mr. Arnegard of tlie GoHendale of Mr. Arnegaru 01 me un iu school district against the coiii-ii'at- ed district was dismissed. Tha ment allows the Consolidated sclicol district to collect costs frim ll.e lilaintiff, but suggests that it' be better if such n course were not pursued as more harmony a the dis- trict would ;be gained then iv. Arnegard was suing to luofent tlie carrying out of the agroaia :nt be- tween tlie consolidated 'lisTizt. ml the Barons "nTstriet for the purchase of the Barons school property, on lite grouitd that all tlie distri2ts Co. vs. Lind, judgment was given for plaintiff in each case. i The case of llall vs. Walker, a suit involving- the dismissal of Air. Hall by former Sunt. Walker, was struclc off the list, tha defendant being now 'ceased. Court is over for the present ses- sion two or three minor cases having been set over. Position of Exceptional Strength. Ever since tlie outbreak of war, and more especially since preparations Jhc "principal banks ot the world We aimed at maintaining a position of ot thc men- 25-PEOPLE-25 MOSTLY GIRLS The Courtroon Girls A (loligluUil musical tarce with Roheu Milliken Ruth Fran- cis, Herbert Broske and Girls COOK GREEN "The Musical Girls" CHISHOLM BR.EEN "The Shop Girls' Romance" FOUR PORTIA SISTERS Flsslble Marvels DANIELS A CONRAD "The Muojc Masters" Dec. 7, from 3 to 6 o: FOtlR BOOTHS OF FANCY WORK One for Mother One for GrancLmolher One lor Sister One f c r Baby ALSO A BOOTH FOR CANDY AND HOME COOKING. Afternoon tea will be served. 10% of pro- ceeds in Aid of Ecturned Soldiers' Fund. Russian Official Petrograd, via Londou, Dec. official statement today Russian reads: "Danube the roads from oeen paid oft'. The deposit iif .the Cen- tral" Gold Reserve now stands at compared with last year, an increase of This is part indicates the heavy call on tlie Bank for circulation, necessary for Payment of troops concentrated in the variona mil- Itarv climps at which the Bank opened tor the coaven- usual strength by keeping large a proportion of their assets as possible in liquid form. In this re- spect the Bank of Montreal this -year .makes a new record, even tor itself. Of Public Confidence Shown While a largo increase in deposits, especially under present conditions, is gratifying, indicating funds awaiting investment as well as a desire for -j __ UIVUSUUIJUV ITS." total assets of itt is {tjjrirt iu the country, a, gain ot over able to report liquid assets amounting to equivalent to as much as 75.20% ot the total liabilities to the public, as compared with at the end of the previous year, an, in- crease of over Of the li- quid assets actual cash as represented by gold and silver coin and Dominion notes, amount to approximately equivalent to 12.57% of liabili- ties to the public. It would be difficult to over-estim- ate the advantage to the Dominion that tho Bank ot Montreal should. bet able to indicate such a degree of pre lyi Wesley Auditorium, Monday, December 4ih 8.30 Ik Royal Gwent Welsh Singers Tickets on Sale at Jackson's Drug Store. Reserved Seats 50c Unreserved You are requested to get your tickets early. Peg 0'the Ring-Chapter 2 Charles Chaplin in "The Vagabond" ALSO WAR WEEKLY ed in the consolidated not favorable to the plan. In the test case of the Great North Insurance Co. and Carson and Carson vs. the sheriff of the Judicial district of Lethbridge, judgment was reserved. This is a naTticular interest to the legal, .iraternity of the pro--vince In the case of lOlmschank vs. kru-mez, involving a.crop agreement, was in part to the plaintiff, and he was -allowed damages in addition. In the grain contract eases of Billings and Co. vs. Lind aud Carson Ai'sechu the enemy conducted a re series of severe attacks and compell- w ed a portion of the Rumanian troops jc north of Argecliu to retire slightly. All Ir attacks soutii this river .were re-pu sed. s "West of Bucharest, afteri persis- D tent attacks tlie enemy succeeded in c pressing back the "Rumanians toward n Llie river Argechu. I "South of Bucharest all .enemy, at-, ni tackK repelled and by counterattack the forces w have been driven from the villages of a Tzornani and which were t reported Friday. t "Dobrudja Our troops have gain- a ed possession of tlie western part of a the.Tchernavoda bridge and in the re- tl gioa of Klakiosatiskioi we have com- 6 jelled the. enemy to retire to the I south from several heights." i Great Auction G. KILNER" c SHOE STOKE 414 13tli Street North i i Repairs Neatly (Executed l COAL AND TRANSFER C.O.D J 36 Head of Registered PercKerori Having sold our; Stock, Ranch, Elevator, Farm Machinery, etc., we now offer our entire hand of .Registered Horses to the highest bidder, Without Reserve, at THE CALGARY SALES REPOSITORY. Cor, Centre Street Fifth Ave, Stblocks north of C.-P. R. depot Calgary TUBS. flee. 12 1.30 p.m., Regardless of the weather, under cover. A chance of a life time to buy Imported Mares and Stallions at Public Auction. Heretofpre this stock has not been for sale at any price. 29 Mares from Colts upr 2 3-year ,Dld stallions, 2 yearling stallions, 2 stud colts, also the IMPORTED HORSE JOSUE Everything, registered. Write for catalogue to T. eryt 738 12th Ave. West, Calgary, or Washington Alberta Land Co r Ltd., Owners, Crossfleld, Alta., S. W. PAISLEY R. A. JOHNSTON Auctioneers. O_ne Rate All Over Alberta, commencing Dec. 11, Returning December j GRINOERS Our Elate Grinders- and Roller mills .for, farm; lise are heavy substantial machines Their cost is lower than a'i number of lighter machines. G. KISCHEL Lctltbiridge Iron Works WANTED HI6HEST PRICES PAID FOR NO. 1 CREAM, AND CHECK >ENT FOR EACH SHIPMENT BY RETURN MAIL ILK j MILK -ANO CREAM DELIVERED DAILY. BABIES' MILK Milk Mlppuen from individual ths' have pa'S'd tufiereular Mil by the oovern- of paredness, more especially when one recalls the considerable extent to vuich the.Bank has already (jone in. oining in the war financing ofNthe mperial and Dominion governments. Another benefit that will likely re- sult therefrom is that outside of the Dominion there is likely to be a new conception of the growth and develop- ment "of th'e country when-the leading Jaiik alone'rcan. report assets of. al- most a quarter of a billion dollars. An. analysis of the liquid assets would seem to indicate the large business of an ure in which the Bank is. .engaged hrough its branches 'inTJanada and abroad, as the balances due by banks and banking correspondents elsewhere nan in Canada have while the call' 'and; short oans in Great Britain.and the United States now stand at com- pared with. ago. Among the other accounts in this group are the railway and in interest-bearing deposits liustrates a degree of public confi- lence that must be especially satisfac- ory to the Board and Management. The total increase in the deposit ac- counts for the year Is well ;over 100 000, the deposits not bearing inter est standing at up frrm 175 74D 729 while deposits bearing in- erest rose to from 277, 083. ......f Notwithstanding the-maintenance of an exceptionally strong position and the lessened demand for commercial banking accommodation, the. Bank makes its usual satisfactory report to shareholders of earnings and shows a comfortable margin over di- vidends and bonuses. ._ The profits, for the year were eiiual to 13.75 per cent of the capital. i These profits, with the balance earned for ward from the previous year; brought the total amount available-.for distri- bution up to This amount was distributed as> follows dlvl dend at the rate of 10% and bonus ot 2% for the year, or 12% in all, tax on bank note circulation to 31st October 1916, leaving" balance to be earned forward to pro fit and loss The review of conditions contained in the addresses-of the President and the General. delivered to the Shareholders at ihe Annual Meeting to be held on the'first Mon- day in December will be looked for ward to with added' interest this year, owing to the exceptional conditions the country is passing through The principal accounts of the Bank at the end of the flscal year just closed, and at the end of the fiscal.year 1915 are as follows: Capital Stock Rest Total Assets..... Liquid Assets Cash on Hand Railway and other Bonds and Stocks Canadian Municipal Securities and British. Foreign and Colonial Public Securities Cheques on other hanks Current loans in Canada Current loans elsewhere tlian in Canada Notes of Bank in circulation Deposits not bearing Interest Deposits bearing Interest, Deposits made by and balances due other banks in Canada Balances due to banks elsewhere than in Canada Profits for the year Balance of srofit and loss carried forward...... Oct. 31 '18 Oct. 30, '15._ i 1SJ.332 074 482T931 A BETTER USE FOR ALCOHOL Alcohol has been receiving such absymal denunciation at the hands of the electorate that it is refrpjhuiB to hear 5Ir For Temind us of its uses other than as refreshment His at- tempts to tuel in place it as a propelling ot petroleum should j Evening Ledger. stimulate inventiveness and adaption HLevery branch of commercial-science The "dearth of drugs and dyes has al ready revealed hidden resources, among our chemists, and the colleges should he quick to organize the new fields of research Philadelphia ment LAST TIMES TONIGHT Tlieda Kara, Jean Sotheni Win. Sliay in 7-Kccls "THE TWO ORPHANS" 7-Recto AT M< MONDAY .AND TUESDAY Helen Holmes in "JUDITH CUMBERLANDS" i EDGEHILL DAIRY Phone 1524 ioiv m st. s. Automobile Owners Are you having trouble with your Electric Generators or Starter Motors! Are you having trouble with your storage batteriesl _. _ IF SO, We can repair them for you. We can make your batteries as good as new. WE HAVE JUST' INSTALLED SPECIAL EQUIPMENT CHARfiING AND BATTERIES. WJt SPECIALIZE ELECTRICAL WORK TIRE VULCANIZINtt. .MAONgTO MAGNETS WORK'WE OU' Studebakcr 322 SIXTH STREET V ;