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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1916 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY tTKKALD PAGE FIVE THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Sm EDMUND WALKliK, C.V.O.. IX.D.. D.CU, Prcslilent JOHN AIRD, Ccnerol MniinBcr II. V. V. JONKS, Asa't General M�nn��'. V. C. UKOWN Siiperlnloiiclcnt of Central Wcntern Uninrlic* CAPITAL, $15,000,000 RESERVE FUND, $13,500,000 FARMERS' BUSINESS The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every I facility lor the transaction of llicir Isanldng business, inchidlng the discount and collection of sales notes. Blank sales notes are supplied free of charge on application. Lethbridge Branch - R. T, Brymner. Mgr BY THE BOYS OF THE 113th AND TABLEAUX from HIAWATHA WESLEY HALL March 3rd, at 8.15 o'clock -. AIosHi'S. D. Smith, G, Ross, F. Galbraith and .1. Mcintosh wero elected lo IHl vacancies on the raanngeraont board. Complain of The Difficulty in The Shiprnent of Grain Calgary, Feb. 28, - The Dominion Grain Commission hoard a number of minor complaints at its session here this morning. The moat important of these was from a delegation of Nanton farmers who said they had from 'i!5n,00n to 300,000 bushels of grain yoL.t.o market, much of which was piled In the open, and that trans-portatlon facilities wero not available. Chairman Magill told the dolegation ho hoped that the embargo placed on grain to tho head of tho lakes recently and tho free storage of grain at the Calgai-y elevator, together with tho low rate quoted by the railways would result in' a general clean up of the grain in the south country not now under coyer. He said that tho order bopk at Nanton would stand and thnt-the ^commission would not take further steps unless it appeared advisable, best ever showa for some time. At the Eijfpres.s The Price of Her Silence," a great picture, will appear for the last time Assistant Secretary-Mrs. M. S. Mc-Arlhur (acclamation.) Standard Bearer-Mrs, W. Burnett. Assistant Standard Bearer-Mrs. J. A, Jackson (acclamation.) Executive--Mrs. A. B. Stafford, Mrs. West Macleod, Kipp, Nobletord, Barons, Carmangay, and Champion. It is declared that the reduction will c COONT HST M'CUTC Toronto, Feb. 29.-Charges against the McCutcheon brothers will likely be cut down to one coijnt In the indictment of the crown when the case reaches Its final shape. This Is the provide the Calgary millers �with ail general charge ot misrepresentation the wheat they need to keep tho mills , of the real cost of the lands sold to running. Miss Bawden explained the work of the scrapbook committee and read a letter of thanks from the chaplain of a hospital on the Island of Leinnos. The unmarried members of the chapter meet once a week and make these | books, which are sent to hospitals and military camps. Miss Dawson's class at Central school have been interested in this work. Under the supervision of Miss TiUey, the Big Sisters' class of Knox church also make these books. Mrs. McKillop gave a short account ot her work in connection with the returned soldiers. This work is only NO GERMAN HELP Editor Lethbridge Herald. Dear Sir,-We have heard a rumor lately, about town, that we are era-ploying German help. We admit that, like many other firms, we had German help employed, but we are glad to say we: have dismissed all such help. ' We would like to make it clear to the public of this city that The Crys syndicates and that the accused called themselves .agents �when they were In reality vendors. Argument this  morning was on motion ot I. F. Hell-muth, K.C:, for D. S. McCutcheon, to dismiss the second count in the Indictment as to misappropriatioii ol money. May Abolsh The Trustee Board of The Sinking Fund There is just a possibility that the city may do away witli the sinking 'tal Dairy is run entirely now by Brl-' fund trustee board. The' matter came tish management and all employees ot. before the council yesterday and It ton'sht. U,, Henderson, Mrs, W. A. B.uchanan, 1 in Its infancy at present but in the The great play, "Alias Jlmmie Val- jji-g Kirkham Mrs J. R Oliver, Mrs, ! near tutui:e will be highly important. �"' *  ' - ... -.1 ,pjjg Regent after telling ot the work accomplished and mentioning that the chapter had bought Oil lbs. of wool, thanked the members for the entine, will appear on I'>iday and ^ ^, Downer' Mrs! Waddlngton, JIrs, Saturday, featuring Robert Warwick, ' jackson Mrs. Galbraith, Mrs, This Is the story ot a former clover j^gggij crook who "goes straight" as a result; ^^^^' p,,ectlon of omcers at the an- of tt good girl's help, who afterwards ^^^-^ meeting of the Alexander Gait hearty support that they had given saves him from being turned over to ci,apter I 0 D E, held yesterday I her during the year. A vote ot thanks the detectives when he has made a afternoon at the Y M. C. A., resulted I was passed to the retiring ofllcers tor good name for himself. I above olllcers being elected, j their splendm work. A very^ Tho meeting was largely attended, 75 " " " the plant are British bom and loyal subjects of His Gracious ilajesty. There are certain raalielous persona who seem to take delight In oirculat- was decided to leave it open for further consideration. The resignation of Major Stafford from the board has opened the question so that some ing these falsehoods,, These . same I change may be made. The mayor persons will kindly take notice,of the ' passed the opinion that. Unless tho above information and cease this kind- charter requix-ed It otherwise, the members being presonL After the regular business Has boon Canada's favorite'ycasi for over a quarter -at a century; Broad bdk'ocl with Royi,il Yoaet will kocp frosh and moist lon'iifer than that inado with any other, ao that afujLwooH'a oupply can aaoliy bo made at ona baklngr, and tho laot toaf will bo J'.43t ao good na tho.flrat. MADE IN CANAQA ' ' '^ilZSii E^GILLETT COMPANy LIMITED I winnm'eo TonoNTO'; -0'Nt.'''>iWtrc/4.. At the Ma.jest!(* The management ot the Majestic 1, .....- -- , , , , , , , , ^, are promising good things In tiie ''een disposed of, which included the vaudeville line for this coming Friday rending of several letters of acknow-and Saturday, a bettor list ot acts ledgement, one being from Major having been lined .un than have ever , Stafford, thanking the chapter on be-been seen here previously I half of tho SiUh for. their kindness to One of the important features will "�em, and another from Sergt. Moore-be Seymour and Dupree, a vaudeville head, signed by every member of Uie team long known ns the very eanence hattery, expressing their gratitude for of variety. During the brief period ^^^^ kindness of the 1. O, D, E., the of their occupaiicv" of tho stage they : reports of the officers and comniit-Intradiico sinurlnc.' ilnnclne and com-'OBS were read and in every case showed what an excellent year of work liad been accomplished by the chapter. Mrs. A. U. Stafford read the secretary's report, which will he published in full in this pajier. The report was very comprehensive and gave a clear conception of tlie wonderful work being done by tho chapter. Equally interesting was. the financial report rend by Mrs. Starnes, which will appear in this paper. Total receipts for vote of thanks was passed to Mrs. Robinson for the use of her home dur-iiad ! ing the year. The meeting closed by the reading of the I. 0. D. E. special prayer and the singing of tho National Anthem. Introduce singing, dancing and com edy with a dasii ot acrobatics thrown in for good measure. At the Oi'Dliciiin At the Orpheum, March :;, and 4, Charles Chaplin will appear in "Tll-lle's Punctured Romance." Tlillo, a country maiden, was tiirow-ing blocks ot wood for her dog to fetch her. Charlie, a city chap, wanders into range and receives an un- . usually large block in the middle of) the year amounted to the splendid the face. Tillio, sooing tlie stranger ! sum ot $3,520,84. Mrs, Colpman, who is in dlstrosa, drags him to her home, , is Indefatigable in diecharglng her Hero the stranger discovers tliat Til He's father 'has a bankroll. With duties In connection with the famlllos on the Patriotic fund list, told her threats and promises, ho Induces her i interested a,udionco that there are 199 to, get tho m.ono'r and go to tho city ' fanillius on her list at the present with him, Tlie ilrst stop Is at a cab- t-lme, this number being increased of talk or we will take more strict measures lo have It stopped. Trusting that the people of Leth-bridge will not be prejudiced, against us by such ignorant gossip and thanking you for the space we have taken up, we remain, . . . .) Yours truly, CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. .....D. P. Corlyle. city commissioners were probably in a better position than anyon* else to handle the fund as they have tho time to give to It. Profitable Investments of the fund are-possible but only when carefully considered. It it Is decided to continue the board separate from the council. It Is possible one ot the commissioners will take Major Stafford's place. _ arot, whore Tlllle lakes the first drink of hor young life. At Starland That wonderfully clever little actress, Mario Doro, -.vill appear at Star-land tonight and tomorrow, in "Tho White Pearl," a splendid Paramount production, in live acts, A double war weekly will also be shown on the same program. Tliursday, Friday and Saturday Hail Caine> "Eternal City," the most every week by men Joining the Kilties. Mrs, Colpman appealed for more visitors as tho soldiers' wives and famliles look forward with so much pleasure to visits. A tea and Christmas tree were given for these families on Christmas Evo; A donation of $100 from the G. F. Club aided greatly in this work, Mrs, E, H, Wilson road the report of tlio educational coramitteo and explained the good work that Is being accomplished in the schools; Unit-ting has been introduced and .there wonderful photoploy over exhibited ; are mnnv pu.'"ilB that Iiave become ex in Lethbrldgo, will bo tho feature at; port SoeU makers', Mrs, J, R, Oliver this "opular. theatre. For the ilrst time in the histor;' of motion pic-t'Tea. the Vatican gardens, tho Co- has kindly offered her time to instr.act tho'girls. Boxes have been placed In tho stihools and the pupils have col- llBcum, St. Petars nivd many other; lestod a largo amount. An essay historical scenes in the city of Homo . competition was arranged and groat will bo shown. Mr, Fleming personally guarantees this feature and II anyone is diFsatlsfied afte" seslng 11, his money 'wlU bo rolunded. tntorcst taliea in il; the judges.had front dlfUcultv in awarding tho prizes. )''le-on (lags have been purchased and �gi\t W rural schools. ;