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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. FliBHUAHY 21. 1930 KTHUMIXJU DAILY HERALD INB.C.'SBILL Will Be One Introduced in HOUM, However, By Pri- vate Member VICTORIA, Feb. There will bo no beer damn In Moderation bill when the draft comes before the leg- islature. This -wai. given out authori- latlvely horo'today. It does not mean, that no beer clause will be Introduced, becauss a beer clause will bo introduced by a private member of the house When the bill'la in 'com- mittee. Tha fate of the beer clause will de- pend on a non-party vote in toe 'Bouse. The liill will likely be brought before the house at .the end of next week. "It all depends on when we can get the draft ready lor the said the premier when about It to- day. The draft which has been before the Liberal caucus is not tbe "inal draft. It is mere outline arount which efforts are being made, to ga iher1 the views of the members. government has decided: tba its duty is to stick as closely as pos sible to the liquor control terms piled in the question on the plebiscite This IB one reason why there will be no beer clause in the governmen draft. elevators throughout Canada has In creased by buhela In barley and flax, as compared with the previous woek. are ihown u( ijutftQ; and hnsa oli In Uw forsgolni (rains. Wheat Indicates a decrease of USMSO tunnels and rye biuh els. Brlofly the situation of (rain la store Is as follows: In the western country decrease is shown In wheat of S7S bushels and flai bushels. Oats Indicates an Increase of bushels and barley bushels. In the interior terminal elevators an Increase Is shown In wheat of bushels; oats and flai bushels. Barley shows a decrease of and rye bushels. COWLEY CITIZENS MAY EKECT COVERED RINK FOR THE YOUNG PEOPLE GRAIN STOCKS OTTAWA, Feb. to returns received at the Dominion bur eau of- statistics for the week ended February 11, 1921, the Quantity ot grain in store at the different public MusteroIe'Works Without tbe Quicker TJierei na sense in mixing a eien of mustard, flour and water when you can easily relieve pain, soreness or stiff- nesswithajittle clean, whiteMusterole. Musterplt is made of pure oil ot raustard'ind other helpful ingredients, combined in the form of the present vnire omfane'nt It takes the place oi mustard plasters, wd will not blister. Musterole usually gives prompt reliel from core throat; Uonchitis, tonsiiitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, headache, congestion, pleurisy.rbeuau. tism, pains and aches of the back or iotals, sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains, fresttd feet, cold) of the chest (It often prevents Smoke bttt ritulti, tar in large packaftt (From Our Own 'Correspondent) COWLEY, Feb. sliteen Inches of snow covers the earth and as yet has not drifted any to look of. Bob-sleds and cutters have Into their own for a while. Previous to the storm, quite a number ot farm- ers were cutting iee at the river. Some of them report splendid clear and of a good depth. On Saturday evening there was held a meeting for the purpose of promoting a company to erect a closed in skating rink In Cowley, This would certainly be a great asset to the town as the c.i.Iy place avail- able for skating is two or more miles away on the river. To the multitude of young citizens who are now growing rink would be a beneficial factor in their physical life as well as their mental; for chil- dren who are keenly interested in sports have not time for mischief. There is also material for a good hoc- key team, amongst tha "boys" In and around Cowley. It Is proposed to form a companr and sell shares at twenty-Bve dollars apiece. It should -be a success-from the start judging by the number of cars, sleighs and aaddle-horwi that gather ar. the river on flno days. On Wednesday evening, 'Prof. A. B. Ottewell gave 'an entertainment of motion pictures in -Tifstla'n's hall. There was ,a goodly number in. at- tendance considering tbe bad roads. "Charlie Chaplin's" and Bara's" wete .absent, but In' their places were 'such 'interesting things as "Rein-drine tractors" and "Wild Animals of the -If there was any donbt as to whether the-.children enjoyed the pictures, one had to hear them shout end laugh when they saw the reel and hia Ele- phant." A number from Cowley went to mail-more on Monday night to attend the "Jazz Ball" held Mrs. Swart attended the Oddfellows Grand Lodge In Calgary this week. I Mr, Jaraei Moore alto has been at- tending the Grand Lodge, in Calgary. Invitations are out for the annual kail ot the Cowley I.O.O.K to he held in Tuitian's hall on tha eveBlnc of Feb. 25th. The C.P.R. station has evidently adopted banking hours, Tommy Bourassa, who for the past year or more has been living in the listrict, left last week, for his home e Starting of an Aetoplane Safe With a SfIf-Starter A tank ot liquified acid Is attached to a wooden arm. Above the tank is a valve controlled by a lever, With, a metal pipe connecting the tank with the cylinder containing a piston. In starting the motor the mechanic places the starter against tbe airplane propeller in such a way that the bolt heads of a dram collar engage the toothed attachment on the hub of the propeller. The valve lever is pressed and a charge of carbonic acid enters the cylinder and the piston is shot ahead with great force, making two revolutions. Cases of motor back fire etc, are also provided for. ,n Quebec. Mrs. Roland Baiterbrook, been at her home in Wrentham, .urned last week. Friends v.-ii! be glad to hear that'her little daughter, Alva, who was so ill.with pneumonia while away, is'now progressing favor- ably. Miss Nellie McWilliams has as her guest her mother, Mrs. McWilliams. Savings Deposits Continue To Show Healthy Larger Business Offering in Increase in Capital and Reserve. A year of steady expansion Is re- ported to shareholders by the Stand- ard Bank of. Canada. There is always special Interest In the statement of the Standard Bank, because 'Of the very large connections which it h.ia throughout the province of Alberta. From year to year the business of the Bank hai been, showing rapid gains and in order to be better equipped to handle It the Bank has now completed arrangements for an increase tn Capital and Reserve. From the standpoint of the, general public -there will be special Interest In the. Increase reported in the sav- ings .deposits.- In the past five years these deposits have shown an In- crease of approximately indicating a tendency on the part 01 the people of the province '''to add up from and Do- _ natural resources to provincial con- trol, will be placed before the leglsla- minion and Provincial Government Securities compared with AMERICAN LEGION WARNED TO BEWARE GERMAN PROPAGANDA INDIANAPOLIS, Feb. Legion posts throughout the United States wore asked today by the leg- ion's national headquarters here to watch for a revival of German propa- ganda. A bulletin sent out by the national headquarters said the object of tha propaganda: seemed intended, to turn American sentiment against the allies and to create a "powerful national political machine by tha amalgama- tion of the disloyal elements of the population. "Mass meetings In New York, Phil- adelphia. Cincinnati, Chicago, Milwau- kee, .Louisville, Omaha and Cleveland have been the bulletin said, "as one of the first national manifes- tations" of the propaganda campaign. NOVA SCOTIA BARRISTER JAILED; FOR CONTEMPT steadily to their liquid resources, had tlie of tlle current J'ear the sav am ro- deposit of the-bank amounted to am, 1G ecoAli nft-T ,..._. ______ A new substitute for glass has been nvented in Germany. It can, be cut with a knife or with shears. During ths war period tlie which compares with hank John F. Hyatt, of Albany N. Y., Is Relieved of Se vere Attack of Rheuma tiim of" Many Years Standing. 'I am now seventy-two years ol( and am just' getting rid of fifteen year case that had me no crippled up I could not sak John F.' Hyatt. 227 Pearl St., Albany N.Y., in relating his remarkable pericnce' with tTanlac, recently. Mr Hyatt was chairman of the- committee in charge of building the Albany County Courthguso. .and was four, times elected a member of tlie County Board of Supervisors. ''At present Mr Hyatt is Assistant Superintendent o! the Albany Cannty. Courthouse, with offices in the building. "I don't be continued "anybody could have rheumatism any worse than I did, and my case was ol inch Ions standing I didn't expect to ever get over. it. I was unable to walk except for a short distance, sup- ported with a cane, and even then the pains struck me every time I took a step. My legs, hips and ankles hurt something awful and my joints wore Kt.'ff and achey. I couldn't cross mv lee without having to.lift It up with jny hands, and to turn over! In bed, why, the pains nearly killed me. "My appetite was gone and the sight of food nauseated inc. My stomach was out of order, and I had ft sluggish, heavy feeling all the time. I was weak, off lit Weight and dis- couraged no that It looked like I might us well quit trying to ever get well. "I had no Mea Tanlac would relieve, my rheumatism when I began taking it last spring. I took it because I sa.w where It would givn a fellow an appetite. Well, sir, I was the most I over was Jn nsy llfo when JOHN F. HYATT 227 Pearl St., Albany, N. V. the rheumatic pains began to ease up. I took seven bottles in all and, it's a fact, I didn't have an ache about irie was. eating fine and simply felt like I had been made over again. "I have been In the best of health ever since, with only a slight twinge of rheumatism at intervals. I do not need my cane now, but as I had been mable to walk without it for several years, I got into'the' habit of carry- ng it and so still take It along. I am njoylng life arid health once more nd can conscientiously recommend Panlao aa the greatest medicine I ive ever run acroai ID all my expor- Tanlac (a sold In Lelhbrlilgo by .T D. Hlginbotliam Co., Limited, Drug- lent its full assistance In carrying out special undertakings'on behalt of the p.overnment and this year's statement would Indicate that these accounts gradually being adjusted and that the bank is jetting back to raora nor- mal lines of business. As a result, there is a reduction In the depos'ta In the Central .Gold ..Reserves from .at the end of the previous year, to while Canadian, Municipal securities and British, For- eign and Securities, other than Canadian, nqw stand at down from At tlie same time the, bank cjntimies to handle a large ampuiit of general business, current loans and discounts in Canada now totalling The total assets of the bank gained to an increase of clo'se to during the past five year period." As a result of the arrangements made for-the increase in capital, pay- ments already made have resulted In the Capital Account now standing at while the Reserve Fund has been Increased to Substantial Gain in Profits Shareholders will be particularly- Interested in the Profit and Loss Ac- count. This shows the largest profits In the history of the bank. They amounted to To this amount was added the balance carried for- ward from the previous year of 537, while an amount of I received as premium on new stock Issued. These the profits, made the total amount avail- able for distribution This amount was appropriated as follows: Dividends at the rate of 14% per annum............... War. tax on note circulation Reserve for Dominion Income tax Contributed to Officers' Pen- sion. Fund................ 25.000 Written off Dank Premises Account Transferred to Reserve Fund HALIFAX, Feb. S. Miller, barrister of, Bridgetown, went to jail for 30 days this'morning following conviction of 'contempt of court in writing an Impertinent letter to Chief Justice Harris, regarding the admlnis- .trillion of justice! Chief Justice Harrii ordered Miller to pay a fine of and costs or go to jatl. He men- tioned that the letter'.writer had been punished for a-similar offense when Sir Charles Towhiead was chlet jus- tics. Want H. B. Railway Built, And Natural Resources Too WINNIPEG, Feb. calling upon the federal authorities for immediate completion of the Hud- son's 13ay Railway add transfer of Germany Doing Best Major-Ceneral E. F. B. Maurice, who declares that the German government is doing its best to meet its obliga- tions. saving a balance to be carried for- ward of Steady Expansion The Standard Bank has been mak. ng very steady expansion during the ast few years. Just how marked has een its growth is Indicated b'y a com- parison of the statement at the end f 1920 with that issued at the end of he fiscal year of 1915. During that tho assets of the bank have ncreaaed to from deposits bearing Interest now tanel at compared with and deposits not bearing ntcreet at Compared with Current loans anil dls- ounts In Canada now amount to t6.88-l, against Canadian luniclpal Securities and British, For- gn and Mkllu Sccurlttas Start The Day Right by eating fooa that will not clog digestion. GrapeNuts is ideal for breakfast Kill of real sustain-, ing nourishment "There's a Ketaon" for ture by the government party, It was announced today. Hon. T. H. John- son, attorney-general, is now prepar- ing a statement. MLIEVE TRAIN HOSIERS OIO NOT OET MUCH LOOT MINNEAPOLIS, Keb. authorities today said they believed only a small amount of loot was ob- tained by the bandit who last night robbed tho mail car on train eastbound, North Cuast Limited, on the Northern Pacific Railroad after PAGE NINE COULDN'T KILL FAtHIR, SON MOPERTY ACIRI probably mortally wounding C. E. I Slronf, of Minneapolis, a veteran mail clerk. Unofficial estimates of the value of tbe registered mall stolon were as high as but postal authori- ties said tbe eiact amount of the loot could not bo ascertained for several days. It consisted principally of regis- tered mall from the Pacific northwest. Two men were taken, into custody this morning near Little Falls, Minn., after both had been shot and slightly ST. STKPHK.V, N. B.. throe unsuccessful to kill his father, Osiris Niioii, sixty years, of Wawaelg county, Otis Nliou. aged 30, Sunday morning, set lire to and destroyed his fa- ther's property, valued at and thou shot and kill, ed himself. wounded whon they resisted a sher- iff's posse, and are held without charge in the Little Falls jail pending outcome of the investigations into the robbery. RUCE'S SEED Dependable and JOHN A. MUCE 4k eo, UMTID HAMaLTON "forty-Sixth Annual Statetntni" The Standard Bank of Canada To tkt r The DincMn hcf prmxt followii( Statement buiito e! Bnlc !rr yen eodiaf 31st Jtmusry, Cr. raoirr Am> LOSS Bilance lorwui, January 31st, 192) Profits in tie year ending Januy 1921, sites oMmctinj oxptuei. Interest accrued on dtpouti, rebate {or interest on lamatlnd billi, ProrisKJal tsus, axl making provision for end doobtfnl Received from Premiam en Ktw Stock Dr. 7M.M9.9S 226J0090 J71.40T.94 Dividend No. paid May 1st, 1920, it tie rate of per annum _____ Dividend No. 119, plid Aug. 2nd, 1920, It tho rite of 1451 annum............ U2JMM Dividend No. 120, paid Nov. 1st, 1920, at tie rate of per annum......... UZJOOOO Dividend No. 121, payable Feb. lit, 1921, at tie late oi pel autua........., Wir on Note Circulation Reserved for Dominion Income Contribution to Olfaero' Pension Written off Bank Premise! Traasferred to Rotervo Balance carried -r' -GENERAL STATEMENT SlBT JANOAB7, 1931 XJABIUTCE8 NotM of the Bank in I Dtposits betting interest (mclnding interest to dato) Depoiitl not bewiif hltonot Dividend No. 1M, paysble 1st February, 1931................................ Former Dividends Due to Dominion Balances due to other Bonki in Canada....................................... Balances due to Banks and Banking Correspondents elsewhere tlun in Csaada.. Acceptances under of Credit Liabilities not included in the Capital paid Reserve Find.............................................................. Balance of Profit ind Lois Account carried forward Current com leld by tie Bani Dominion Notes held Depoait in the Central Gold lUserves ASSETS I fKOOO Notes of otter Bants Cheques on other Banks Balauces due by Banks and Banking Correspondents elsewhere- than in Canada Dominion and Provincial Government Securitiefl not exceediag market ralue Canadian Municipal Securities and British, ioreifa ind colraial public securities other than Canadian Railway and other bonds, debentures and stocks not erceedinf maitet value Call and Short (not exceeding thirty days) Loans ia Canada ,on bondE, debentores and stocks Other Current Loins and Discounts in Canada (less reblte of interest) LiabiliticE of Customers under Letters of Credit as per contra 822987.06 Overdue Debts, estimated !OH provided for iQS 768.50 Bank Premises, at not more than cost, less imonnts written off Deposit with tie Minister for the purposes oi the Circulation Fund 175000.00 Othw Assets not included in tie foregoing RESERVE Balance forward, January 31st, 1920 ____ ..J4 50000000 Transferred from Profit tod Loss Account Dslance at Credit, January 31, 1921 ____ FRANCIS, "Ci H. E'ASSON General Manager. Toronto, 31st January, 1921. AUDITOR'S REPORT TO TRK SHAREHOrjDKRS Ihtvo.citrnMrld the .hove B.lmc. she.t -with the books and account, at the cliief ofllc. Toronto, rebruarr Itth, II2L O. T. CliARKSOV, T. C. A., of derkion, Gordon' A DUworth, Toroato, ;