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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT LCTHBBIPGE QAILY HERALD, .TUESDAY, .held nest Wednesday at the residence'. of J. Kutherford. I Earl Helen caiuo out from I.eth- bridge on busim'ss. lie Is visiting old friends and relations while bere. News has just readied us ot tiic death of Mrs. Will -N'oblo of Vulcan. Mrs. Noble lived hero before moving to Vulcan. She lius many friends and relations at Turin and Iron Spring. Visitors From Turin Attended who be sorry to hear eoo is dwd. First Meeting Held on Sat- urday Night. (From Our OTTI TURIN', June dance at Rollins Green given by the. Noble Foundation was greatly enjoyed by the two carloads of young people that from .Turin. Mrs. John Bums, Miss l.uey Spen- cer. Mrs. Alico Cote, and three, chil son Saturday. A labor school has been organlrod at Sundial. S'juie of the people attended their first meeting Saturday night. __________________ RECORD PARACHUTE DROP, JUMPS OVER THREE MILES Uc-ubio recently >vlth his risht hand and foot, .the lanco applied bloW-poljonlug in the Mrs. Neil McKe-ltar and son. trusted to Its care, to provide no less i than for'the carrying wi'l of Canadian business, by means current loans aud discounts in the- IXmilnjou. SAX AN'TON'IO, Texas. June Second Lieut. J. Wilson, of N.C., stationed at Kelly flying field, to- day claimed a new world's record for dren took dinner wiui Mrs. J. M. Hun- ia parachute drop. 19.SM feet. Lieut. made his leap yesterday, land- Miss lone Coo has returned to her i lug IS mites from San Antonio. The at SnffieM after a short visit j former record is said to have been 14.009 feet, made by a French aviator. MALE PASSENGER JUMPS OVERBOARD with Annie Mellow. Tho dance in the Turin hall Friday night was well attended, there will Iso another dance the IStli of this incuih. Vesta Holman and Caddie Turner spent Iho week-end in l.cthbridge. Mabel Esbcrcsm'.de is visi'.ius with her sislc-r. ilfs. Alex Tliorburn o! Suridlnt. large crowd from Turin attended the celebration at Knchaut Thursday. Several of the younger set stayed icr the dance in Hie evening, all reported lime ai a rood time board went up, life belts Mrs. Nell Sinclair, Mrs. 11. Corry j into water and the vessel swung to and two" children spent Sunday with and began to circle. A lifeboat was Mr. and Jirs. Jos. Chipman. [also put out, hut after searching in 1 The last meeting of the ladies' Aid j vain for soins time had, to return to was held at the home e( Mrs. U. 11. j the ship without seeing any trace of Spencer. Another meeting will the victim. QUEBEC, June 'ai- ming here by the C. P. O. S. Corsiclan reported that on Sunday night a male passenger leaped over the railing of the vessel into the sc-a. The vessel had just passed Martin River at the f and when Ihe cry of "mau over- V 1 KuMiannn. M.P.. Making Efforts for for Auto Convention. 'Froqj Our Owe. Ccrrtsponitn'.) TAKER, June the matter operation tor adenoids. with the Heard of Trade? members who are trying The lew .......____ ___ ___ _ to push loiuKS along, deserve commendation but the support they are gcttiog from the rest ol the business men will never put castors under Iho town. The town boasts about eighty business names and one-eighth is surely a good showing. Thursday evening's meeting brought just that number but at that an attempt was made to start some- thing. A. Ble to prei-eal band. Neil McKeltar and son. Dominion. are recovering from operations on the The shareholders Stave reason to bo tonsils, the latter also undergo-lug an j more than satisfied wilh the year's operations. Their net profits were at tbe rate of about ;0.4S per cent, mi stock, or 10.64 per cent, oti the total cc-mbmed investment In capital aud rest This euabled the direct- ors to increase Ihe distribution ,10 tho' shareholders by -jading a bonus ot ouu j per cent, to the regular dividend ot; 12 per cent, while, al the same time., i her were able to write MK 1100.0001 from premises account, and to approp- rlote to the rest fund, tha ance-of profits carried forward bciug: The year's remarkable pro- gress and development must be highly satisfactory not only to tbe sharehoM. era but to Sir Montagu the pres-' ideal, aud D. C. the general manager, as well as lo the Board ot Directors, but it is evident that'so.good a showing could not uave been, secured without the most faith- ful co-operaliou on tho part ot the staff cf tho institution. 'LADIES' HAIR DRESSING-MASSAGE PARLORSV HlH.t BLOCK 7TH FLOOR ,PKONE.1710I Shampooing, Switches Msde to Order, Hair Dressing I Medical Facial Mastage. Established Over Seven Gfowth of Business During Past .Year Was So Great That Ratio 'of Capital to Assets Was Scarcely Changed A Fine Showing in the Profit Account Liquid Assets. SECURITY A Sayings Bank Account not only provides an assurance for the present, but guarantees you security in the future. 701 To save is to THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE CAPITAL RESERVE FUND LETHBEIDGB BKANCfeK. .W. What Cash You Need When Travelling inore particuUrly, wlien large sums are best carried in the form of a Letter of Credit, issued by The Merchants Bank. This old established form of banVinf, if preferred by many experienced tntveUtn ,of its absolute security. Letters of Credit cubed .onlr ty or binding corporations, and after the Identity of UM holders U established to the satisfaction of the bank officials. This iosuret Mfety, and lou sjid N Trie OF BRANCH, Brincliet also. .1 Menu Esubliahed 1 BC4> R. J. DINNING, THE HANDSOME STONES On view, here are not so ex- pensive as you may imagine. prepare them vrhen no im- mediate are on hand. Lethbridge Monumental Works EIGHTH STREET SOUTH RETREADING your next tire re treaded by us, ATC. expert lire men. We Are Also Experts in Sec- tional Work, Broken Beads, etc. We are here to give service, Spt. cial service lo out-of-town orders, Express paid one way. Leth- brldge's Leading Retreaders. iethbridge Vulcanizing Works PHONE 1664 E. CHAPLIN, l-elhbridae, LETHBR1DOE BRANCH AT MACLEOD 712 3rd AVE. S. 8. CHAPLIN, Haoleod. wa's the consiJeration of tue cerrcs- iwnclence accumulated In tho last few weeks by Sec. Westlake. A lelter from Vf. A. Buehanau, M.P.. was read reference to tlie establishnicut of a istouis office ai Taber. Mr. nucli- lan stated tiiat the Minister liad do- ded on opening no more offices, and osing- some now open. Customs re- ipts at Biirdett hail been ?S100, at a illectioircoEt of ?1SOO. J6COO cf this isiuess was for Taber duties, at a jst of that Is tor 191'J-20 busi- ess. The member was still making forts to have an office.opened here, Hon. A. J. TJcLeau stat- in answer to telephone and .road elittons that an effort was being ade to have the road north of Taber lit in shape, but the hill north of the the hands of McLean was in the I The growth ot the assels ot the cfcslr oad tbe business taken up I Merchants Bank ot Canada during the year ended April SO, ivas so rapid that even the increase of SMOO.WW in tha capital stock scarcely caused any change in the ratio of capital to total assets. Tho increase in capital was exactly 20 per ceut while the increase in assets was 1S.40 per ceut. The assets are uow over 191 million dollars, being nearly 31 million dollars in eicess ot the previous year. Of this growth tbe sum ot Is acoounled for.-by Ihe growth, of .de- posits, representing in the main tho savings of tbo clients of the bank, and totalling oier 1G3 million dollars. The bank's liabilities to the public are now just under ISO million dollars. Against these the' bank holds liquid assets ot 71-3 million dollars, repre- senting a ratio, of nearly 40.51 per cent. Two persons were- killed and 13 in- jured in Memorial Day auto accidents at Milwaukee. The south Jiltl, the In spite ot this strong Hauld post (ion> lhe bank was as result of the large increase in the funds en- ver was in unicipality. ovcrnment foreman, Mr. Beattio liad een instructed to see to. has ready heen done on this road. The'Lethbrldge'Auto Club refliiested delegation to the convention of the outhern Alberta Good ttoads and olor Traffic Association on June 9th. he W. C. Irrigation Association ask- for two delegates to tha conren- on July 28-31. The secretary stated hat ho had been endeavoring to have income lax office opened here, as here would ba income lax lo e collected here, besides the luxury It was leaving too big a field for ne office, at it was. The secretary was instructed to sk Mr. Buchanan to.continue orts, -which were appreciated, and to Mr. McLean as to the petition sent 0 have the CY phones connected with he Taber line. The chairman speak- ng In regard-to the good'.roads con- entioti gave an account of hia efforts 1 respect to previous' conventions, ,nd of tho movement in the .South, ,nd eiperiments in using Alberta oad material and rock, .which would discussed at the gov- ernment in consequence of. .the. leriments h'aving bought a After tome to in- quiry to sending Board delegates to an auto club cou- -entiob, the chairman, Willard, and S." B. Ccpd were appoint- ed delegates. D. Malo then liroughl.up ler of tlie'-unftnisliea pelltions regard- ing the larger. Tnber ject, and slated that as a go'od many lad yet 'to be obtained; and.nothing was being done, he was go on the canvass for next as a rep- resentative' of- the 'Board, to get; the matter finished, ant) 'Mayor. suggesting that "car" "expenses' ought to be furnished, further, discussion arose as to trenching on -what was really Ihe affair of the irrigation dis- trict. T. A, Irrigation secre- tary, having arrived, stated that some- thing ought to ho done at once, as Mr. Peters of Calgary had expressed him- self as disappointed'al .the progress of the petitions and was in favor'of go- ing ahead anyway.. The Board.finally decided to try to get a meeting of Ihc Irrigation executive called at once, and to offer to. rentier them any assistance possible. After the meeting. T. Martin of Fincastlo was called up, and a meeting of the executive will be held on evening. The aeroplane of the Aircraft Co. was here on Thursday, and excited a great deal of curiosity, but Is reported to have laken up no Steamship For full information ro sail- ings anil rates C. P. R. CUNABD WHITE'STAR AND ALL OTHER LINES Apply THE ROSSITBR -AGENCIES Hlslnbotham Block, Phone 1412 Information Like a Guardian APOLICYlNtHE farmers Fire and flail Ins. Ci. Euher'on ;your buildings or :on your crop, protects you against all loss and gives you security- that is worth many, tirnes: its cost, even though you should be so fort- unate have a loss. Place your Application with local agent in your town or wllh us, .Suile 5, Oliver Block, or write us,'SC, I.otubridge; PHONES 455 The Farmers Fire Hail Ins. Co. "i DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE CATTLE DIPPING Wo are prepared to dip any number of June 24th, the official date. For Two Dippings Arrangements can be made for dipping horses. PAUL MADGE SEC. 9-3-15 MILK RIVER HAY FOR SALE IN LETHBRIDGE AND OTHER POINTS at PER TON, F.O.B. LETHBRIDGE FOR J. A. WEIR BOARD OF TRACE D'JILOING i OR DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, EDMONTON: CUNARO ftH.CHOR AricHonDonaldson PROPOSED SA1UNGS NEW June 12 .K.A. Vic July 17 .K.A. Vic. Aug. 21 -K.A. Vic.- Sept 25 K.A; Vic. NEW SOUTHAMPTON I June 19 Imperator July 3 Mauritania July 17 Impcrator July 31 .Aquitantnl Aug. 14 Impsrator Aug.rBS .Aquitanla1 NEW CHER- BOURG AND SOUTHAMPTON June 23 Ryl George July 28'Rj'l George Sept. 1 Ilj-1 George Oct. 0 Ilyl Oeorgt NEW via Moville July 3 ..Columbia' July 31 .Columbia Aug. 28 .'Columbia, Sept.- 25 Columbia NEW CHER- BOllRG AND.LIVERPOOL June 24 ..Caronla. ..Caronla Sept. 4 ...Caronla Oct. 9 ...Caronia NEW GREECE June 13 June 12 ..Saturnia. July 3 .Casaamlra July 17 ..Saturnia Aug. 7 .Cassandra For full information apply to any II R. or S. S. Aaents. or Company's office THE MERCHANTS BANK OF CANADA EVERY MAN RECOGNIZES- duty he owes lo his wife and olhfir mfmhcra of his family lo aoo thai each one of them Is provided for after his decease EIH well hut Jn many inslanccs oinUs lo finch arrangements us will ensure his ami llielr affairs being properly managotl after his