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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, June TIM: LKTinmiDGi: DAILY IIKKALD AERIAL BANK OF CANADA I'KOCEKDINCSS 1 OF THE Thirty-Eighth Annual Meeting of the Shareholders HELD AT THE BANKING HOUSE OF THE INSTITUTION IN TORONTO ON WEDNESDAY, 28th MAY, 1913, at Heal tVato (oilier thsa Hank Premises) ou Iteal Kslale sold by Ihc llank ?5 Uiuk Preuiises, Including Safes, Vaults and Office- Furniture bt liBIca and llranches Other Assvis uut lucta-lcd under foregoing heads........-...... D. n. VYUJJIE, Ueneral Md K. 11 A v, isslstant General J 51T.W1.10S.10 The Thlrlj.eHb.th Annual Genera) Meeting of the Canada waa held, in pureiwoce of tte terms of, tie Clmter, at the BankioE Houio ot the, Institution, 28th May, 1913. THE REPORT f" The Director. laufli pleasure In .ubmllUng to the ShB-feholder.Jhe Thlrty-eUhth. Actual on 30th Ajrll, showing the rtiulbs of the operations Of the, Ban lhat The Ml profit! doubtful f ment of Pro being at the rate Pt The 1 have verr much pleasure in rlsiuc to move the aJoptlon of ...e Report. U Is. I think, one of the most tatlsfailorv iteporu lhat has been presented to jou over the years durin; ihe Hank has been la operation. PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT The proBts for the >ear. based upon the averse repro- i-tard sent 17.28% thereon, but If calculated upon capital ana represent 7.CKb only. There his beeu for years a misconception to tho actual earnings, of banks to the misleading costom prci ailing of quoting a percentage of pronts based upon paid up cap'-la! sioi'.o. li.iiea'I of upon capital, reserve fund aud uualvicied profits. The pitnioms receded from shareholders upon capital subscribed and Ihe pronis are Jasi as much a portion ot the capital cmploicd the raM up capital Itself. we are grateful for a good year Ihe be.-t c- tiax e bad for a length of lime. DEPOSITS AND CIRCULATION akes a total available surplus as on 30th of April of Tbfi surplus, hag wen applied as follows: Dividend beta paid at the rate of per annuin amounting to (b) Special Contribution to Officers' Pension Fond, per By-lavy. No, 29 are cow eiiual to 36H% of liabilities to the public, nhllsl total liquid assets amounted to equal to ot our liabil Our total deiioslts on 30th April stood at as lunipared J55.10C.6S975 on the fame In 1912..Circulation ot oar notes has grown from (i.303.612 to and would have gone aill hlslier but for the restrictions iilared thereon by the present Bank Act. as shall explain to jou later, have been to tome extent bj nevv regulations which will come Into force oh 1st July. CA8H RESERVES Cold, silver, bank balances, tic., wtilcli slood at bsl year. nubile. whilst our ____.............._ billies to the public, as compared with year. LOANS AtyD DISCOUNTS The growth In ordinary loans and discounts has been 310.17I.OSa tu The increase Is more than represented by additional coital slock and premium thereon paid -in, amounting to The llgures ihe Uciuruneiil ot Finance. It v ill be the duty ot ihe Irnstcia to rcceUe and, M.cu proper and reiulrod rci-iin the gold and notes deposited! them by Hanks, who will l-e to Issue increased circulation to j tin fitcnt of the amount from lime to lime on dcponl. In Ibis not Is addliloiul clriulation assured. b'U aUo (he ausicly of ovcr-clicuU- tlou when cc.ir.ijg the present limits can be avoided Section providing for Ihe disinfection and stcrllSzailea of tank notes ioa> be uiaile b; Tivasurj Hoard Bect'oiis IS ar.il rrturus in future made lo the GoiermsHiit aiiou-tlly of the fair market of real inleiferc vvilh business. Sccliou h.ii been made compulsory lo otjlain the ivrillen consenl ol the Mlulsler of finance lefore au aerecii'.er.l by one bank lo sell the TV hole or a portion of its aseels to another ran be entered into. Secllons 131A ana otfraces and have in- fsrled, Ir.cludlns for Ihe pavment of preliminary expenses otherwise than as authorized by the Act end for officers ar.d others obtaining gifts or ahowlnfj favor to anvono In relation lo ihe bank's while addlllonal protection has been afforded to hanks from the use of the word or of "Elm Lp" LOTS for AUCTION HERE Valuable Vancouvtr Property in Heart of C. N. H. Devel- opment wll be Auctioned by Frank Waddingtcn, in Leth- brlrfge. carried forward to ProBt and Loss Account, 1913 Kef branches havf. opened during the )ear: In Aurora, Fort Fiancee, Sparta, ana a second sub-hranoh av St. Calberlnii. In In real cslate values. NEW CAPITAL The new- slock allolled to shareholders on Ihe 30th June satisfactorily taken up, the lota) amount outstanding beluii last IME been iK J90.000, authority lo (rant "a farther special contribution of J30.000 to ths fund. This turn will do lltile" more than keep the fund abreast of tie' probable require- ments of a iteadlly increasing number of emclDjees and maintain a proper proportion ot th'e on a to the othtr. Tie Bank Act Is un'derioins its periodical revision by Parliainent; seyeral important changes hive been made, additional powers of a minor character have bwn granted, restrictions have been Introduced and safeguards have fceen provided by way of the establishment of a system of audit which will add to the strength and security of the Banks without Interfering with uources of-profit nor with tho best interests of the Share- tolderi. U iii Intended that the new act should come Into operation ori 1st July, 1913. Tha Head Office and Branches of the Bank, now numhefing-125, have liccn carefully Inspected during the year, and your Directors have nuieh In tettlfylng jo the faithful and efficient manner in'which tht tlatf have performed ihelr respective duties. The vjh'ole reipecltully submitted. P. n. WluKIB, President. i .PROFIT AND COSS ACCOUNT Dividend Xo. Si for toree i Balance at credit .of Ac- montni at the n.le'ot- count 20th (paid _ bro-jght 'oriard -lot of Dividend No. 89, for three monies at the rate of ]2% per 'annum (paid IslNoTtmber, Dividend No. SO, tor three nxralii at the- rata of lt% per annum- (paid lit o( February. Dividend No. for ihrec at 'rate' ot 12% ptr annum (paid 1st ot IJay, 1913) Eptclal contribution- to Pension and i Guarantee Annual contribution to OActri' Penilon OuarutM-Fund (Transferred to Reserve Fund'r and Furniture Account Balance ot' Account car- ried forward. Profits lor the Waive months ended 30th April, 1913, after de- ducting charges 'of management and In- tereat due depositors, and after makln'E full proTlslon forrairbad' and doubtful deb'ts and for rehato on' nUIs under 'dlpcount ____ Premium received on new Capital Stock representing fractional shares and allblmentt to executory ami Individuals who have found It Inconvenient to take up their allotments, preferring to al- low tho shares to be disposed of as provided" for in tte Act anil on ihe under- standing mentioned in their allotment letters. SHAREHOLDERS Our shareholders now number RB compared wlih 1.J70 in 1512. STAFF The staff of the Bank arc 905 In number, an increase duiini; Ihe jesr of 67. PENSION FUND 'Jhls very Important fund Is steadily growing from >o'jr contributions and from accumulating revenue, and' Is In ol iho previous vear, after providing for all deMrrlns cases. The board has not EO far called for conlrlbutloT.a lo the fund from 'ihp staff of.the Bank. ar.J the resources of Ihe fund ale entirely under the administration of the Ulrmors. NEW BRANCHES There has not been ihe usual expansion In the number ol branches, and I shnuld say from present appearances a contraction Is more likely. The difficulty In obtaining well trained'clerks owing lo ihe cost of living. quietly, at outlying places, In'newly settled districts, and ihe absence of home comforts, the opportunities afforded.thern" to enter uvc-n what to them appears lo bo more lucrallve employment outelde the Wank; Ihe difficulties In new districts for a bank to make a profit after providing for heav y expenses and the reslrlntlons.Imposed upon banks In their charges for interest and commission, lo vvhich Is io be tasatioa, which from year to year n threatening and dangerous atliluiie (the annual-taxes bald by banks of the various provinces amount to no less tlian make one hesitate to enter upoi; establishment.of branches In new parls of the counlry. even where bantling facilities'mayrbe ueeded, to banks In and out of Parliament "ybjch we cannot bul ficognife, appears" (o have risen from much miiconcepjlon and from alliance of divergent opinions. We are toltl, on the 'one haiid.'lh'at hanss are making too much money and that their powers and.profits must be' curtailed; we arc to.ld, on the other, that banks are losing too much money and that llife) must" be t banks are not :s and tho turn- A'l-1' similar Imporl by unauthorised peruens. The Act Is to go Into force on July 1, Ulli, and will continue Ihu charters of existing banks until July 1st, 1333. are much, indebted to the MlnUUr ci Pm.ir.cc for the faithful and diligent manner in N filch he has supe-n.'sed ibe creation ol the new Act and j Its consideration by Parliament. He ins been thoroughly impp.riial as regards all ot his conclusions, and has presenled lo tbe country au Act Tihk-h. alihough conlatalng many new fealures, Is io outiasi the usual decennial period. THE HARVEST Iteuorls have been leeched front our own branches and-from O'Jr valued correspondents In Provinces where are i.ot represented regarding crop prosptcls for 1913, and these I will now give you in detail. Province of agricultural statistics obtainable at this season of tho year are not as exact or as voluminous as ihose that arc registered "In the'western Provinces; but xie have heard enough to lead us to believe lhat vie may look forward lo a satisfaclorj turvesi. The present outlook for fall wheat is most promising, and spring grain? have made a good calch, as a rule. Clover Is doing well, but alfalfa, which has become a very Imporlanl product, has been somewhat tried by weather conditions. There is promise of a splendid yield for all classes of fruit, and this crop has now become one of the raosi im- portant lo Ihe Province. Notwithstanding very high wages throughout On- tario, conplalnte are general that labor Is scarce, owing to the migration of young men of the Province lo our western cities; ihe immlgrllon does not compensate for the depopulation. Is It ihe case that Ihe hired man does not receive the comforts lo which he has every right to lay claim! Want of help must induce careless fanning If I were a farmer dependent upon the hired man I should be Inclined to offer him every reasonable, comlort. This me- gcMi'oa U hy no means 'original; no fanner in England, whether lie he a land- lord or tenant, would think of asking his farm laborer to lead the happy-go- lucky existence that farm laborers In this country aie expected to enjoy. From Quebec we hpar that the season is backward, acd that crops are retarded. H is f aliflfaclory to however, that the large quantities of butter and cheese produced In Quebec'flltd a satisfactory anJ lucrative market In the western provinces ot the IJomlnlon and that there is a wonderful a'dvance in agricul- tural science through the b'uneflt received from experimental farms' and public lecture's. U Is extraordinary lhat the great inducements which are offered by the Province of Quebec to immigrants are not availed, of-to a greater c.iteut. From' Nova "Scotia Ve leant lhal there has bee.n no unusual In- crease In Iho amount of acreage .under crop, but that Ihe outlook is good. From Jsova Scotia that lharo are C6.00D acres under crop more than there were last year; T09t Is In hay. The total value of agricultural products in 1912 Is estimated at of fisheries S9.J6c.000; of forests and that there was co.il mined d'Jrwig the year valued at Business.is reported to bo favorable and trade active. Pro'm Prince Udrard Island'vie have ir.osl chferful nens. amounl of acreage under cultivation JB Increasing, and the developmenl of the lobster and oyster Industries shows good'progress: but most wonderful of all Js the development of what'IB kpown a? for Industry- Serenlr-eiglil companies are now incorporated capital. As much as {10.00D a pair has been paid for jwppieF, and 'for breeders The establishment of a bolter car terry will brlnj the Forvlncc Into closer touch wllh her sisler provinces. ?e.hear that the acreage under cultivation will exceed tut slightly1 that, of 1912: Ab'du'l acres will he under wh.eat, and-the balance will ue given up lo other grains; mixed farming appears to be more in conditions arc very favorable. In the Province of Saskatch- ewan we learn lhat the acreage unier crop for 1913 will be acres, or in excess of Ihe acreage of 1912. Although somewhnl lale, Ihe ground Inspected and and Inspeoted It Is a fact Ibat making enough ir.oaey consttlerfng the rfslta.'the reEponsibMitie over ot the business, the Indhpen'sabfe assistance (hey are called upon to extend to the West in the severe competition with which they have to contend from wlthin'and from all kinds 9! licensed competitors from without, who are free from unreasonable'restrictions a compelled to furnish .'all 'klnds'.o'f information to the governments tor publi- cation, larbare tbeir montuly balance' sheets and etatements of cash reserves, etc., whilst their competitors are comparatively free from restraints and pub- licity, free from the ne'ceseUy ot holdiig cash reserves, from the obliga- tion of furnishing monthly return's, free to give for deposits and take for loans as nlay suit their circumstance. f BAflK _ RESERVE FUND Balance at credit of account, 30th April, 191! Premium" received on now Capital Stock Transferred from' Prodi Loss Account J U. K. General LIABILITIES of the BanV In Circulation I Deposits not bMrinJ Interest (Including Interest AC-' to banks Jn ToUl llabWHti to tfie public Capit.fivHock (pald'ijp) fomt Account ...........................1 MvUmi tfo. May, 191S) for three rnomjii joe Hit of 12% per annum) 203.W1.M -i" Rebate on wfli" dltcoimlett o( 'Profit tSA' Lot! Account carried for- ward Wo have eipendcd In conntcilori bank premises during Ihe >ear the sum of from the sale of premises we have applied the sum of J110.000 upon Bank Premises AMaimVanft we have credited a further sum of trom'lhe profiti' of the year- RENEWAL OF BANK CHARTERS The Decennial Revision lias bcoil way in Parliament since December 17, 1912. The Act liaa had' 1U 'third resdlne-in the Commons and is now before tho Senate. It Is ospectcd that the final revision will he concluded and the Act receive the tloya) assent In a few days. The unfortunate circum- stances connected with the recent failures of banks reflected upon exist- ing institutions, and we have had rmich'preluiiicc and ill -Alii la contend nilh. The revised Act is however, on the whole, a good, wortnble piece of legis- lation, and in many respects' an improvement upon the present Act. One cause of censure In the Legislature fs (ho reputed profits II la sold the banks havo made in Complaints have been made re- KlrainK the financial starvation ot.the EJBL through the transfer of deposits to tho West, attracted by tha high rates of interest follov, upon is In splendid condition; in facl, so far as prospects.aro concerned, there Is everything'thai could be wished for. From Alberta vse hear that the harvest ot the northern part of the province vvill be a lillte lale, but thai In the southern portion of Ihe province everylhlrig is well 'advanced. Farmers- are going more Inlo mixed farming year by year, and Ihc-re has been a wonderful increase in sheep raising. Owing to the high price of hogs and catlte farmers are Induced to feed their grain rather than ship it. Tlie estimated total ncrc- ago u'nierl'crop in V" .'a Is twenty million of which about eleven The lumber Industry In th'e i satisfactory position Tho'free entry of'American lumber Into Canada for years naSt. b'as discouraged o'nr lumbermen "nnd millers, vuthout beinj of any great value lo the consumer. The reduction In the tariff upon .imports of lumber into the Uillted States may fae'of'a'ome vaiue, but J fear that Canadian millers and lumber dealers will nol receive ail the beneBls Ihey may now anllclpate therefrom. From Brjtish Columbia we hear of satlEfacluiy ii.crcasts !r. al! dspart- The products .of Agriculture amounted to over twenty-two million dollars, on Increase for the year of one million and home productions to Ihe value of an increase over Ihe year 1910 of 000. The populatlon-of tha Province is increasing at the rate of'about people dc-cloiiment and Ihe opporlunltles-to Invest In fereip cost, Tha elaborate proportions and ises havo created very unfavorable tlon or audit han been solved and a Ihe shareholders of each from r.tively low banH prem- of inspec- -pproved hy w. ___ ipprovcd of Mantsen of-chari-ered baiifes and by of Finance has been agreed to. I lake tho opportunity to give you In a few words a resume of the Important addllfons.to and alterations In the'Act so far as they have Sections 12 nnd safeguards have been Introduced 'in con- nectlon -wltti the incorporalio'n and organtutlon of banks to ensure the bon Arrangeyicnls have been made by tke hrfii In charge of the tale of "lllt-n I.JOQ" Ihe property Ing close to the suburban end of the great tunnel vvhich carry tho Canadian Northern In- lo ihe hearl of Vancouver, to havo A porllon of the lots offered j at auclion in this place This comes in response to a demand on the part of a. number of in- lending .investors In Lethbridge, i ar.J in line with the sales policv of tlie flrni In charge. It Is r.ot set known just what Eectiou of "Ulcn Ijyon" will be put on here, but ii is slated by ihe ruin's represenfcuives lhac some of the liesl lots in the pro- pcrty will be knocked down, to the highest bidders locally. The auclion method of selling re- liable properties is one that is j gaining in favor Iu Western Can- ada. and II Is one lhat has many good points, bolh for the pnr- chaser and for the vendor, al- though, of course, it would j hardly be a paying proposition i to offer anything bul first class properly in such manner, J "Olcn Lyon" lying on the North Arm of tlie raser, which Sir Donald Maun has described as the coming induslrial district I of Greater Vancouver, Is one of the fortunate properties that happen to be on the very spot where some great transforma- tion took place. It Is property that cannot help but increase rapidly in value, owing to the development work of the C.N. R. and the pressing demand for greater industrial space lo serve the expansion of the Coast Met- ropolis. The date of Iho sal" here, will be Saturday, June 14th, and on the .same date, sales ore also 10 be held at Calgary, Medicine Hat Moose Jaw, Swift Current, Re- gitia, Brandon, Portage la -Prairie, Winnipeg, YVeyburn, Sas-c. kaloon, Yorkton, Edmonton, La-" combe. MAGRATH YOUNG MAN SUt CUMBED TO HEART FAIL-' NOT -SERI- OUSLY ILL yearly. POPULATION TliC estimated {opuTallon ot the Dominion on Slarch 31, 1913, was 7.15S.OOO, being an increase of about people. IMPORTS AND EXPORTS It is the occasion tor sonic disappointment lo find lhal, alihough Ihe ex- rorls of Canada for the year 1512 amounted to the total value of tho imports was Indicating on adverse balance of trade, of flbout This Is not necessary an unfavorable feature. H has been more than compensated for by borrowings from abroad ou capital ac- count amounting to about J2BO.COO.OOO, by railway and loan companies, and by the cssh value to us of- an additional people, who havo como lo settle amongst us from Great Britain, the United StntcB and elsewhere. It Is estimated by the Departments at Ottawa, that these Immigrants have brought with them al leasl in money and goods, and lhat of Ihe immigrants Included coming from the United ports o1 (iold and Silver Coin Dominion {Jovernmep} Notes Deposit with Dominion Government for security of note circu- lation Notes of ind on other banks................'......... Balance duo from banks In Balance dtie from AfvPls In Iho United Kingdom............... Balance from 1" Foreign Countries 21.50 ReserTM-iKUtt of Liabilities. Domtnjon imi rroyinijla! Rovcrnment Securities SS6.M8.99 Provlnotil Cinadlin Municipal Securities, and lirltlah or For- eign or Col OB public Securities other than Canadfaji ......ris.............................. Railway tail pther Bgpda, Debentiirca and Stock Call Short IxMni on Stocks and Bonds In Canada........... Call Short on Stocks >nd Bonds'eUenhcre than In V Canada TOUl Llitu! Other Cntr Ovcfduc U 1 ot USbilltlea pi Ixiini, and Advdnces........'........'-. provided tot) fldes of original subscriptions for slock, and to r'acllitate tha recovery of 'ijniinj. thereon. statetp.enls of disbursements for preliminary i. vTlIPrequire to be.submitted to the Treasury Board for approval i cpruncaln to commence bnslniiB is Issued. Sections 18 and havo made in Ihe Internal regulallons In providing for shareholder btlM kept itlvlsed of the by-laws of the Bank In force from time lo time by being furnished with copies of Iho current by-laws every five years, commencing with December and by limiting the qualification shares of Directors to those of which they are absolute ar.d sole owners In their individual rights. Section for speedier collection of original unsubscribed or new capital stock allotted (0 shareholders are given by shortening, In the Direetorfi' discretion, the period within which acceptance of allotments must Sccllon havo hocn introduced making the keeping of share and transfer registers in each province- in' which shareholders arc resident compulsory, but It Is honed (hcso provisions, which have many objectionable features, may yet be Section annual statement to bo submitled lo shareholders has been somewhat enlarged lis to make U more in keeplns wilt Iho monthly return lo the Government. new headings have been adrted, which make for clearer and more rtelaHcd of affairs. Tho Monthly Govern- ment Return has ulso hern Improved in some respects. Section already referred to, an Important tleparlure has been mado In the IntrodiKllon of an annual audit nuallF.ed'auditors appolnlcd by Iho from a psnel selected by (he. General Managers of tho Hanks and approver) bj' tho Minlsfcr of Finance. It vvill be' Iho duty of these auditors, who nro given Iho wldwl powers of ticceis to the books, accounts nnd securities of .tlie banki, to chetk the .cash and verify tho securities, and make a report annually to the Shareholders. 11 Is placed In the power of tho Minister of Finance to cull upon the Auditor of a llank, or nny other Auditor whom he may. sole51, (0 a special report at ony time upon the affairs or business of a bank. Section addition to retaining tho present emergency period, extend- ing from September 1 In any year (o Ihe Usl day of February in the ensuing year, provision for a much required Incrctiac of circulation has bten mado against Ihe deposll of current cold and Dominion notes, or cilher, in what Is Icrincd the "Ccnlrnl Gold nesefycs." Uenlif.l Cold Kewrvn will be each one'brought an average of Included in th'e etcess of im- exports Is the value of these iminlgra'nls' effects and also the very large investment being rn.iilc by American manufacturers in the business of the country. Almost the whole amounl of Ihe excess in imporlg was occasioned by our'trade with the United States, tho Imports from the United Kingdom having fallen short.hj' nbout of the value of ourcxports thereto. The exports of the mine are assuming very large proportions, and are likely to contlnuo to Increase. Of the total exports amounting to mine accounted for the forest (which nt one time i-as the prin- cipal article of for only while manufactures.amounlej! to and agricultural products, Including tnolr'produce of which we might say was the handiwork of the to We have reliable information lo the effect that the fisheries of Canada yielded a value of and tbal the mlnerarprodu'cft' In value amount to It Is extraordinary that, notwithstanding- al that tho country has d'or.e to bnlld op manufacturing Industrie's In our mldal manufactured goods of Iho value of were Imported1 during'the past year, as against exports of the same class amounting to only PUBUIC DEBT It is satisfactory to note that the net public debt of the Dominion o of Canada on'Mnrch'31. 1913. was as compared with on March 31, a aubslanlinl notwithstanding tha ex pendlture on capital account of The tolal surplus re'vcnuc to H--IC fill S'lfl year ended March 31, 1913, was I noV 'have pleas'ims In mbvlns Vippllon of Trie proposed by-law was moved hV Mr. D.'Ktdd a'nd sMondc by Mr. A. Semplc, and iho samo was approved amimlopted aa By-laV No. 30. BY-UAW NO. 30 OF THE IMPERIAL .CANADA. "The Shareholders' of the Imperial Bank of Canada., assembled at tli Annual General Meeting of the said Bank, enact "That, In addition to all other sums which the Directors may be. authorize to conlrlbute to the Pension Fund for the officers and employees of th Imperial Hank of Canada, the said Directors are hereby authorized to fort with contribute to the said Fund out of the accrued trofltS it life sum of The customary motions were made and carried unanimously. Tho Scrutineers appointed at the meoling reported the following Shar holders duly elected Directors for the cnculng D. H. Wllk! Hon. BoM. Wtfi. Ramsay (of Rowland, Slow, Scotland) -Ritas Roger J. Kcrr Osbbrne, Peicg How-land, Sir ivm. Whyte Cawlhr Mulock, Hot. Rlrtiard Turner Hamilton Merrttt.. M.D. (S J.-Gage. At B subsequent meeting of the Directors Mr II. YVilkle was re-eieclc Magrath, Juno Rrighanv Stod- ard, the filtfen-vcar-old son pt C. Stoddard, died suddenly veslcrd_a> heart faikse. He had', not irio'Jsljr ill, "oaly jiiit feeling some- hat unwell and his folks had' no''- arning idea that anything scri- ui: wou'd happen. They were attend- ig to their usual duties whetrnoli- sti that he was dead. His mott.tr It on Tuesday last ior Utah and her eturn will be- belli 'sudden and sad. he funeral will not be held until s.he eturns- "Brig" was a popular young man nd the e' is loss. was a popular young man ntire' community -will (eel CANADIAN I NOUSTRl AL EXHIBITION WINNIPEG, July 8 to 16 The Weit Premier LIVE STOCK SHOW Fair Rules and Gcneroua Prlzea. In Prizes, Punts and Amusements Close June 21 (ireat Frontier Days'. Exposition The best, attraction evfr brought to any Western Eihib- .itlon o'rfVilr. Bucking Brouchoj Horses, Roughrlders. The violent, Hie startling. Thrill- Ins Indian scenes. Sco Ing at tho Lnder the conlrol of trusk'cs appointed by the Canadian Bankers' AEsoclatluu and the tloq, Itohcrt jaffr.i> Vlcc-l'rcsmlcat for thD >enr, ;