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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 191K rim Lr-THBRIDGR DAILY UKlUMA) POLLS ARE NAMED FOR THE LETHBiGEOISIRICI � Tho offl'cliil notice of roglstratlon for tho olectonil district or botlibriilKc \n. 211 liaB boon Ipmieil by Onpi. Geo. Tortur, chief rflflstrar. Tho itollco ^ nuts forth tho pluces of roglstratlon us foUowB: School houses of the district, city otflciia, LothbrUlRc; offices nt Cana-dluii Patriotic Fund, I'ost Qfflcfelbulld-iUK. I-.o(librldKe; IhulHon's-'Bay- Btoro. l-etlibrirtge; CM'.U. cuboosq,' "rforlh of filli street, Ijetlibridge; Gepanito sirhool,'south tilde, l^cthbrUlgo; O.W. V.A. club, LelhbrldKc; Y.M.C.A.,'Lelli-brldRo; Hoard of Trade, l,�Hibrldgo: "tflce of Chinook (.;oal Cq., Coni-niorce; ParAiern' hall, Tnrln; Unionist club, Tttbfcr; office of (auada Wosl PA(iE SEVEN vSurSYMPTOMS? Pains in the Back or Sides, Constant Hendaches, Swollen Joints, Urinary Troubles, Stone or Gravel? Vou will find the remedy in the box below- Food Will Win the War Scjvc your country and yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile plains of Western Canada. The Canadian Pacific Railway makes it easy for you to begin. Lands $11 to 530 an acre; irrigated land up to $50; 20 years to pay. Loan to assist settlers on irrigated lands. Get full particulars and free illustrated literature from 'V, ALLAN CAMERON, Gin'I Stfl C.P.R. landi 9c3 Ist St. East, CALGARY Coal Co., Taller; Womon'H infltltutc room, How Island; W. J. Ollver'H Htorc, How t.sland; A. I'\ \VertH' office. How iHlanil; H. llolmrlson'H otfico. Mow Island: llartford'a Fnrnlturo .store. How l.sland; Counidl Ohnniber, How Island; (Uty ottlcBi?, llaymond; oftliMj Kord cinraKn, Wnrnor; office of f'aii-adifiii riank of CloniniDrce, Warner; .Mclntyrn Uanch; .Municipal hall, For(!-nioHt; IjIuIIch' l{e�l room, ForcinoHt; Ilnnfa Kiirnlluro store, Koramosl; Office Citizen!)' Luuibnr Co., Skiff; IIowi'h' hall, W'ron.tiiani; office Sheep Slioarlng camp, Conrad. Cards Can Be Had. C. W. Smith, Huporlntundent of re-glHtratlon for Alborta, Is In tho ^ mine to reirover $x;K!,i;n wlileli lie claims In owing him for work done ill conni'i'ilnn with the inanagemcnt of llir mine during the time Airs, tlraee was owner. The claimant tiles his accotiDt ror I'liiKl hours at (ID'cenIri iier limir. and for $I.Sp for the kr>'P of a saddle lioise. On the arconnt there has heiMi |)ald .S7(l(i. leavdif!; the !>ai-aiiee lis above. The statement o.' ilalin lias been filed by Harris and I'aliU'jr for the plalnlifr. This name & can - your guara'htee of ''Coffee Satisfaction'' In i2, 1 2 poun.-l seiltd tin* -bUo for Percol-itors. 19.1 Ev�ry lovor of delicious coffer jlioiild K�ve our booklot. " Prrfcct Coffee. Perfccdy Mode". Writt, for n copy. CHASE & SANBORM, MONTriEAL IJtEAL' brand"* ill 'Chase^SanbOR"" LOCAL RfllLLS ARE NOTGRINOli IITE CORNEL Though flour mills throughout Western Canada are _no\\i grinding white corn flour and out flour, local milling concerns have not yet made amove In this direction. This, It is explained. Is di(e to tho fact thai the ! mills are not equipped for this imi-i pose. Many of the mills throngliout ' the west are already equipped ifor making oatmeal and It is a simple I process to turn their machinery in I the direction of corn and oat flour I iiroduction, j .\li;i Green, manager of the Rlli.son Mills, states that ills company is con-1 sidcring the tiuestion of eiiuipplng for (""the manufacture of the new riours. though nothing definite has yet been decided,  It Is not generally known that the ! Canadian mills have receutiV' been ad-! vised to fliirther reduce the amount , of wheat used In a barrel of tlouv. The I ;irst order governing tho manufacture i of riour called for 2(!.''i pounds of wheal to the barrel. > This has been reduced to �J.'iS iiounds. and as a result housewives are finding the flour considerably darker In appearance. MERCHANTS BAl SHOWS DEPOSITS INCREASED BY 21 PER CENT DURING YEAR \ Total Assets Now Exceed $140,000,000 j I -Wonderful Progress Since the Be-: ginning of |he War-Cui'rent Loans I and Discounts In Canada Increased! During Year By Thirteen and a Half j Million Dollars. Trade Discirsso,'^ Advi.sa-lity of Issuing' ;in invitation When We SeU a Casket ws do so without taking advantage of :the sorrowful occasion, when the purchasera are in no mood for delaying over the price. OUR SERVICE is charged for at a reaso;iab!c rate, and we make no more than the proCit that would be iiiade in any other depui'tiuent of tho busino8.s world. MacKAY & MacKAY Phone 1802 803 3rd Ave. 8., Lethbridge, Alta. To obtain the necessary inen. Diil-uth has raised the pay of election judges ten cents an hour. Bob Lor?G UNION MADE OVERALLS SHIRTS & GLOVES Buildeirs' Supplies CEMENT, UIME, WOOD FIBRE PLASTER. EMPIRE FINISH, HOL. LOW TILE, LETHBRIDGE AND MEDICINE HAT BRICK, ROOFINGS, BUILDING AND TAR PAPER, FIRE PLACE MANTLES AND GRATES, TILE, BEAVER BOARD, PLATE GLASS, MURANESE GLASS, COMMON GLASS, AUTO WINDSHIELDS, MINING SUPPLIES. The Western Supply & Equipment Go. Ltd. PHONE 1044 FOURTH ST. S.,,LETHBRIDQE Are Your ChlldreB Learning lo Save Money? Each maturtng son and daughter should have a  personal Savings Account In the UnionlfBahk of Canada, with opportunities to save reguliirly, and training In how to expend money wisely,*Such an education In thrift and saving will provo (nvaluabla In later life. . LETHBKlbGE BRANCH CARDSTON BRANCH � BARONS BRANCH , . . . . J. glMltwoedt Minag^r - F. W. NirCHOLSON, HlMiager   F. y.-�a��rt. Manager i Tlie annual meeting of the .\ler-tdiaiits Hank of Canada on the fifth or .lune wiis tlie occasion lor tlie pre-' sentation ot a very satisfactory re-; port, e.xlilblting ;i,growtli of. business; little s.'iort or phenomenal. The non-hiterest depc-iitfi ot the hank advanced, during die year ending April 30. about seven and three-quarter million dol- ( lars. the Interest-bearing deposits I eleven million dollars, and ihe note ! circulation nearly three millions. I Only one class of public llabilltiea,; that to banks and correspondents outside of Canada, showed a decrease. The rate or expansion or the deposit accoitnt.s was well over 21 per cent. 1 for the year. | As A result Ot Uiese enlarged ludl-l cations ot the public's confidence and saving power, the total assets ot lhe| Jlerchants Bank have riiien to, the! splendid total of $Hl),9:i7.r)-ll, an in-| rigallon Asspclatlon cussed and a decision that an Invitation mn; tiie coming convention lion at .N'elson, W.V,. Quite a lot of the li: lug was taken up witli the tax nalo iiroblemi^ tions were passed as i tho board's delegate.-i tonight should be all'i Instructed. A lengthy discassioii with regard to the ta.\ : the city, sucii as the i Mills, tlie Iron Work;;, perty held by Ihe clr,i municipal committee to Investigate and rc|ii � of llie Board 1 Mc-(hiy afler-,11. ai the next siioii of whe-,!r>;ii' ih(^ next �111 ("aiiada Ir-�:;niil,l he dis-.DTivcd at. so  ijc i.-^sued at ni (lie associa- II' i)f tlie meet-,1 iliscnssion of ii'ii no rtsolu-: vvii.-; lelt that ihii meetiiig ttiil to go mi- ,i!-o took iilace iii'operty in nlinnbia Klnur and some pro-ri ill's, and the 'a;is reiptested )i'i. CONTINUE BOMBARDMENT. Paris, .lune 11 --The long distance lionibardnieni of Pari.i was resumed this morning. JAPAN TO DECLARE ATTITUDE TO RUSSIA London, .lime 12, -.-Xk a resell of recent conreri'uces, .la))-an is pri>parin� ii ili-cluration ilerining her attiiuflc toward' Hussla. according (o a Tien 'i'sin dlspiitch to tho l':x('hange Te I "gra p li Com pan y. '4 S I' ri, I'Jiii 1^- G. Ha Legler AUCTIONEER NANTON, ALBERTA Ilnok your sales with W. H. PAWSON 11 Stafford Block, Lethbridge, Alberta AUTO ACCIDEN ALMOST EATAL C^arelessnoss of a driver of a motor nar almost resulted in a fatal accident las't evening about 9.40 at the corner of 3rd Ave. and t2th St. South when a man named Fitzgerald, driving a Kord, collided wHh two boys, Thorburn Ulcklo and Leonard Downing wlio wore riding llieir bicycles.' Both hoys jvere-heavily thrown, aud two wheol.s of the car passed over the Ulekle boy . with the result that he was taken homo In an nnconacious cundlthm and remained so during most ot tho uiglil. It Is expected ho will recover however, lie is a son of D, A, Ihcklo, secretary ot the \'M. C.A. Tho Downing boy was bruised and his wheel slightly damaged, but he considers that ho got off lucky, Tho driver of the car appeared before .Magistrate Irwin in city police court tills inoi;nlnB on ,two charges: �tailing to return to the- Bceno of a motor accldBiit and being In charge ot an autoiuoblle while in an intoxicated condition. It is ciuimod that after the accldoul ho uttonuited lo got away but someone Jumped on tho running board and shut o�f liio gas after which the driver Jumped out and IHort td run ixway. He. was remanded on ball until .lune ITih- ' C, V, i&mXxiww Hb apjiourliig lot the aci^u^e'd. ' CIVIC NOiiAIl EOR BYE-ELECIl Tomorrow. Thursd:i.v, forenoon, between the liours of '! mid I'J. Donald A. Durr will sit in. ill.' city hall to receive nominations i.jr the election or a succpssor to .V. ,1!, Cirace, Commissioner of Public WoiUs, The election will be hold oin' week later. Assessor Mecrii, whase resignation lakes effect today, and Kx-.Mayor Oliver are tho only iv.o candidates detiii-Itely In the rleld, .Mr, Oliver has been out ot the city hiii was expected to return this afieriinon in order to be present at the iiomiiiatiou. Mr. .Meech i,s advertising the tirst meeting of his campaign lo take place on Thursday evciiiiig at the Fleetwood school. i 1.-1I-12 I A Snap Half Section of Land Three Miles North of Coaldale All irrigable, mostly Irrigated, right on canal. Easy terms. Apply Garage at Coaldale Arthur II. Rod way. 30 years of age, employed as a ilcik with tlie Hritlsh American Rulihcr (lonipan.v, Ottawa, murdered Miss .Myrtle Styan. daughter ot Mrs. .\lar,v .Styan at her home in the Federal aiiartments, iua .Slater etreel, Ottawa, by cutting her throat with a razor and then turning tlio weapon on him:-elf, liifllcting such injuries that he died In ii few minutes. Both parties Itad lived in Winnipeg. 'Rodway was at one time in Swift Current and the girl came from Magog, Que., originally. the food board, to-day stated that enacttnciil of the regula- ? tions was prompted by tho : heed of having food imd that ? any Httlo discomfort to which ? the picnitdier or other person, > patronizing a function of this ? kind may be |iut. Is negligible ? In the face of the stern iteces- ; Bity ot war conditions. ? : : � Far more effective than Sticky Fly Catchers. Clean to handle. Sold by Druggists and Grocers everywhere. ANCHORDONALDSON LINE �� POPULAR'SERVICE ' Canada to Clasgow For full information apply to Agents or Company's Office, 270 Main St., Amid Swiss scenes in the Canadian Pacific Rocktas-windows framing million dollar pictures of peaks and glaciers "In the Lalce, ever changing, ia Beauty herself, as nearly vliible to mortal ayes as she may aver be. The water, beyond Iba flowers, la green, alwayB a different green. Then a littl* wind awakaa In tha distanca and rufHes thasurface, yard by yard, coveting it with a myriad of dny wrinkles, fill tho lake is milky emerald while the rest Eiill alaaps. And at length the whole is astir and the suncatchea it and Lake Loulaa is a web of laughter, the opal distiUatioa of all the buds of all the Spriii|;." In the Heart off the canadian pacific rockies Rides,, drives, Alpine climb-ing with Sv/isa guides, trails to I^kes In tha clouds, boating, metropolitan cuisine. Get to know Canada better-- ASK FOR RESORT TOUR NO. ReatonabU Rate* THE MERCHANTS BANK OF CANADA Statement of Liabilities and Assets at 30th April, 1918. 1. To the Shareholders LIABILITIES Capit.-il Stock paid in.............,...................................... Rest or Reserve Fund..................................................... Dividends declared and unpaid.......................................... Balance of Profits as per I'roilt nud L,oos Account subiuittetl herewith.......; ^ 2. To the Public Notes of the IJant in Circulation.......................................... Deposits not ',)earing interest.........................................,.,.. deposits hcai'iiig interest (including interest accrued to date oE statement).,.. Haiaiices due to other Hanks in Canada................................... llalauces due to liauks and baulcing correspondents in the United Kitigdom  and foreign countries................,............ .................. ]!ills pay.abic............................................................. .Aiceinances under letters of credit......',. ................................ ifiabililies not included in the foregoing................................... $ 7,000,000.00 7,000,000.09 176,900.00 437,073.92 $14,614,873.03 ' 12,327,168.00 .14,886,747.83 75,940,985.48 1,400,041.75. 1,161,976.70 . 698,851.20 $140,937,544.97 ASSETS Current Coin............................................... '.............. Deposit in llie Central Cold Reserves................. .....................' Dominion Notes..............................................�  .....I Notes of other Itanks ...........................;.................�........ Clieqiies on other linnks...............................,................... lialanceS due by other Banks in Canada.................................. Ikilaiices due by Banks and banking correspondents in the United Kingdoui,. Jlaianccs due by Hanks and hanking correspondents elsewhere than in Canada and the United Kingdom.......................................... Dominion and Provincial Government secnrities, not exceeding market value Uailwny and other Honda, Debentures iuid Stocks, not exceeding market value Canadian Municipal securities, and British, Iforeign and Colonial public .securities other than Canadian....................................., Call Loans iu Cau.ada on Uonds, Dcbenhires and Slocks............;.......... Call Loans elsewhere than in Canada.....................,.................. CnrrentLoana aud Discouuls iu Canada (less Rebate of Interest)............. Current Loans aud Discounts elsewhere than in Canada (less Rebate of Interest)........................................................ Liabilities of customers under letters of credit as per contra..................' Real Ivslate other Ihlin hank premises....................................... Overdue debts, estimated loss provided for........................... Hank Premises, at not more thny cost, less amounts written off, .,.,......... Deposit with the Minister for the purposes of the Circulation I'und.......... Otlier Assets not included in the foregoing...............................,. K. W. BLACKWULL, yice-Presi(/enl, K. F. IIEHDEN. Manag-ing Director. $ 4,890,081.,76 6,000,000.00 6,912,092,50 80.%076.no 5,'31l,786.12 4,704.87 82,580.BiJ. 1,357,843.0,1 5,4115,404.(50 4,O00,2lM,7O 14,589,065.54 ' S,21!3,0fi3.8g 8,906.648.83 $57,(167,481.88 70,194,016.16 ��30,987.�0 fi08,8f�l,20 312,028,11 872,226,(10 4,888,438.08 ,355,000,00 .110,815,02 $14O,0;i7,544.97 D. C. MACAROW, ' Central flfaiiagef. Report ot the Auditors to the Shareholdcra o! The Merchaivta Bank of Canada In nnconlnuoe with llio piovlBtoau of sub-Soclions 19 luut of SqcHou 5il of W\a Bank 'Act. we ruport tothoSliareholden ai follows:-  " \Vp liiivo exnmlnerl tlio aliovo IJalanoo Shoct with tho Book.H of Aonoiintlitidotherronoitlsnltliochief Ofliaoof thoBcnlc-and with tliiiBlKiiocl retnrii.s iroiu tlio llrunchcs iiail AKuncios and liiivo olieckcd tiro ooshaml vcrlHert tho si'fiiriileHiifthu Jinnlt . Ill till-Child ytlli'oiii;iuiist tlioemr pshi ro(r;ir(l iliciclo In lUo luml^sot thu Bank nlliotu ,l|,fil,liU8, iind ata clltI�i�nttlmo durhiK, till) yourmid.tmim lliuni to ilki-po with n'lfh oiitrlcs. Wo iilwi�tt(>iit(Bcl �tsbijio of tli� Ilraiiche.1 iluriitK tlic ,voiir aa� 'tftiedkod the .�iihh .mil vviileil ihi' seciirltlos lielil at the >iiuea of our ailoiidauo�3 aria found tliam w aijroo with tho ontrlo.i hi l�g�nV^ii)rt*o la auroo H'Un tnaontrio.siai�g�ri(,-4li( hi our 0|>liilou tho Iran-sacllonK oi the Oank Wu Imvu ohtiiliiod all tlio information and oxplanatlona wo hnto required whli'li lifvo i'limo umler our iiotlci," haw hi'on ivithln tho iioivorN of the lliiiili.and thiiVihove ijiilaiice ulipt Is properly'rtraH'TriU" a� 10 .�,Nhlhlt a l:ii.) ami coneu.s, aiidMsliowubytliahooksof thollaa* ' � � - XIoNTniui., ard May, 1918*, VIVIAN nARGOtIRt, \ onpoN 'j'.^Nsr.KV, / Auditors. (of tho Itrin ot PelolUo, plondcr, Grl(nth�,k Go.) s 9233 18 3831 0738 54808?2? D00A ;