Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
1920 THE IL1C THE DAYS OF REAL SPORT i'AWS STRENGTH ROYAL BANK OF CANADA t to Noyember 30th Bank Establishes New Hfglf Record in Point of Assets and 1 in payings Totalled' Over r Tin Bank of Canada, in Its lor the Bscal year oyfnjber 30th discloses ot, otrm'gth and anouaji .gUi Tending Noy :por4 fcr g CanajSan banU polnt or tie public is tho striking evidence that tho Canadian people1 Curing i year of read jucttoopta, have been adding stvadii} to their sayings, and as i result there a gain of over J70 000 000 in Ings these now standing it 078 compared vith 46B 199 deve optnent espec tally under the' genera' conditions that prevailed must bo buleoT in pirt to the com plete orgaplzalioii which the Bank das rjow founded out lu every sec tlon ot country In of ;he important part Can js taking In ihe international Irads pi tho -srorldj it Is interesting note from ndurrt to the Do minion QQrernment that deposits elsewhere than 'tn Canada show an increase fof tha year of over 006 '705 tnd tfntlnqe to bo largely In of the outside cWrnarclal loars rjlf tfie ond of fiscal >ear the out totalled i Ipt, 090 ijalnit oiileldo CQmmerclal Iq-lns ot 1102 6J4 210rthus pol Bnnss Our ent Loans In Canada Current elsewhere'thai'In Canada. i Coin Current- Dominion Notes United States. Currency Deposit in Central Gold Reserves 1S3.7J7.409 fr TOffiPRpCJUL Ministec's Choke as Representa- tive on the Board of Con- ciliation OTTAWA 27 Press) management rof, the Canadian Notional Ilailwaja' having failed to nom nnte nr-yono to represent them on thf board of conciliation erartctl In lesponso to th6 request of tho cm of that company m the dlapulo over (ho fnfnou Hanna order. Hon G. D. Kobertson. minister of labor, has named F. H. McOuigan Of Toronto, rcpfcsesil the company on that board', unii vt KcCrtiicnii and the employees representative Ufvlrt Campbell of Kesha hava boert reqiicsled to .-...._ 4nd select a aialnnmt fail to agree on a cliolco of tho thlril member uf the beard, tlir minister, of labor lias power, under tho Industrial Disputes Act, to nominate a third member shall act as chairman. .iJ.J The employees' representative was named some time ago, but the com- pany foiled to name anyone within' tho lima allowed under, the though tho tlmo'fdr so doing was con- siderably extended1, still, failed to sub- mit n name. Tho In naming Mr. exercised the given him under the Lem; loux Act. Tho.matler, it is undorst'ooilAvas be- fore cabinet council at last 'Tuesda'y'a moetlng, but whatever action was (6 be taken wna left at lo tho discretion 'Of the minister ot labor. :i Tho matter for the bojird to con- sider will be Iho recent order of Mrr Hnnna forbidding of Ihif Camdian Natloiial'.Sailways from tak- ing an active'parrirr politics under penalty ot'.dlsinissal.: 'vJ Nelson foturntriB to the'; .v ...wuj, ponl strtot-fiflr A -four-cent' 'hodld they-ifaro hio bfeen fn Drives Away Headache TL Ihe Fertile ofB.C. No place in Canada produces such ries as the. fertile lands of British Columbia', Quaker Brand Strawberry Jani .is these good berries and cane sugar. DOMINION -GANGERS B. C, LTJD. HUAD OFFICE: VANCOUVER, B, c< Determined1 To Pay Visit To Smyrna front ATHENS. Dec. Constan- tino today declared to delegations from the provinces that he must go to the Smyrna lie It receiving tele- grams of felicitation from all parts of the country. flally Conslantme lunclies with Prince Mcholas, his brother, wao is regarded as .the diplomat of Ibo royal family. Together they, discuss the myriad details of the various govern- ment departments. Constantino slowly and carefully (3 will opeo parliament on January 8. The caWnot memberj wjje t decorated with the Cross pf tie deemer. Madame yanos, of the late King Aleunder. yijlla Queen 3opbla daily IB connection with toe.! inventory Aleiwder's property, which the court receaUy told to be the Inheritance ot Mtdiiaa Manos. EDMONTON'8 OLDEST RESIDENT DIES! LIVED IN EDMONTON 50 YEARS EDMONTON. Dec. 25.-.The death took place Christmas' mornlor dt'c-no. of the oldest resident oj Sdmonton In the person of John Walker.-pioneer lumberman. The Mr.'Walter tid been III only a few days. cagje to tdDioiiton over 50 years ago and was 71 years of age. ;To succeed, aim nisi sad stick to it. iNaluro sometime a lot of Drains behind a pretty IfewMarriageT EDMONTON Dec. raif riaje ji eipteted to thr docket of soTernmsat UtUUtten ai the forthcoming session ef the It wlil la ivMantially nme form 13 the prepared fol the !3j. jeuion but never submKtef in tie house because crowded cut ill it too to give it hearing., Among the most important chtngei lhat are'proposed In the new a raakmg a nulO.lcaMoa.of'bannsaBeceii wry condition at i -At tbere is nq jHwriaJoa requiring (tit binns to 1 The Royal Bank of Canada GENERAL STATEMENT 30th November, 1820 TOTHHPB Doposlta not bearing interest Deposits hearing interest, -including date" of statement ot the Bank In Circulation Balance due to Dominion Government Balances due to other Banks In Canada s c sn- ii Balances due and Sanklne in t'h'a United Kingdom and foreign Payable Acceptances under letters of 74 TO THE SHAREHOLDER: Capital Stock Paid up Reserve Fund Balance of. Profits carried for.ward Dividends Unclaimed IJlvidend No. 133 (at psr.ceht.' pc' December-1st. Honus o[ payable Dacember 05 43 Current Coin JJonilnion Notes ti'.'.'.'. United SUteB Currency Other Fo.reisn Mpiiey ____ ASSETS .00 Deposit in the Central Qold Heserves Notes of other Hanka Cheques on other flanks ____ .'_' Balances due by other Banks lii Canada' due (by 'Banks and Banning Co'rreVp'ondenta elsewhere than In Canada Dominion and Provincial Uovernment not'' et .ceeding. market talue v '1 8 88.87 291.51 1nnp rsore attd Colonial Public Sacurltles other tban CanadiajT'not exceeding market value..... Hallway and other pebeutu'reY 'and 'not I 11 and Short (not In Canada Mfflt Loans and Discounts In Canada (less ,c ;LoVn8 'and' Discounts' than 'in Canada Hess intareat) Overdue DDbje.timarad IOB, provided Estate other than Bank'.Premise's cost, less under. Letters ot Credit, ta per contra" It er for the purposes of.the Circulation .86900000 i the foregolns i 'H.-S. KOLT, N L. PEASK, v "i mriuali... retired by .MARWI S. SOGER MITCHELL, C.A of Marvick. Milcholl anil Co. JAMKS G. ROS3, s. ROES Sons Montreal, Canada, ISth December 1920 PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT and WM Accollnl- Novflmber, 1919. J 74 Profits for the year, after deducting charges ot mannge- ment and fill other expenses, accrmd Interost on deiioslts, full provision for all bail r.ni! doublful debts and reoato of Intorest on unmaturod bills. J APPROPRIATED AS FOLLOWS- Mvlilends Nos. 130, 131, 132 ana. 133 at'13 per annum.............................._ _ _ lionus of 2 per cent, to Shareholders Transferrcil to Officers' Pension Fund Written off Bank Promises Account War Tax on Bank Note Circulation..... Transferred tu fiesorve Bulanco of Profit ami Loss carried forward RESERVE FUND Ilaiaiice at Credit, 29th November, Premium on New Capita! Slock.......... Transferred from Proflt ar.d Lose Account Palanco nt CrpiIIl, 30tb Xovembcr, I'SO.OOO.OO H. fi. HOLT, President. Montreal, 18th December, 1920. 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