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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta ATUUDAY, JUNE 17, 1910 THE LETHBniDOT: DAILY PAGE SEVEN Dp you now to shave? Make this striking test and see. with the preparation you now jido with Menrien's, following SO many men do not know how, that JH not In- tended as a jcks. Most tsks twice nococsaiy and undergo unnecewury torture. A simple test will show wbathac you are among them. Shave one side of your use. Then ahave the other aide the directions contained with every tube.', You will be astounded the only in the way your razor acts and Iiow tlte two tides of your face feel, but in the shorter time it takes you to shave with Mennen'y. The renBon is that Msnnen's is absolutely different ID composition from every other preparation.' It took three yenrs' experimenting to perfect it. It requires no "rubbing lotions. MSN MENNEN'S "TALCUM FOR MEN" Canadian Writu to-day to Canadian Selling HAROLD F. RITCHIE CO., LTD., Dept, McCaul St., Toronto .lime prosecutor in the court martial trials in this city Friday revealed that three German officers and 20 bluejackets were cap- tared at Cork, when they tried to land frorft the German runner, which- accompaniecl the submarine on which Sir [toger Casement came to Ireland. The men, the prosecutor Iiad been interned. A-dispatch from London, April 2fl, ;the day following the capture .of Sir Roger Casement, said that 21! Ger- mans, picked men from the navy, had been captured ID connection with the filibustering expedition to Ireland. The arrest took place at Tralee, which is 58 miles 'northwest of Cork. ALLIES ATTACK AUSTRIAN PORT Berlin, June Aus- tro-Himsary admiralty reports that three torpedo boats of the entente-allies on the morning of June' 12, attacked the -Aus- trian seaport of Parenzo, in Is-' tria, 10 miles north of Rovingo. The fire of .the torpedo boats Vulcan, Juno Advocate says: Wo regret to report this death of. Arthur 11. Bond, tlie well-known rancher, of who dleil at his home at nnc-tlilrty on Wednesday morning. Juno Hth from Injuries rc- sivod In mi accident on the prev- ious Sunday. Tile accident took place while he and Mr. 1J. 0. Hunter were trying out some young colts at Mr. Bond's ranch, both .Mr. Bond and .Mr. Hunter were mounted when the colt, which ter was trying out took Fright and dashed down a narrow lane, the colt on which Mr. Bond was mounted fol- lowing. At the end of the lane was a wire fence. Mr. Hunter's colt managed to break through It, taking the top wire, but Mr. Bond's colt tripped over the remaining wires and fell, turning a complete somersault, with Mr. Bond underneath. When picked up he was unconscious. Ho was immediately taken to his house and Dr. Carson of Vulcan sent for. Dr. Learmont of High lllver was also in attendance and on Monday afternoon performed an operation to remove a clot of hlood from Ihe hrain. The operation, although easing the patient considerably, did not restore con- sciousness, and he died on Wednes- day morning at half past one. Arthur Rowley Bond was horn at Digby, Nova Scotia, in 18T6. In he came to this country and settled at Eastway. In 1SI07 he married -Miss Overshy, who came from Blackburn, Lancashire, Eng. He leaves a wid- ow and sii children. Mr. Bond's other relations in the west are James Bond, High River, who was at East- way during Ills brother's last illness; George Bond, Bassano; J. W. H. Bond Vulcan; Francis Bond, 'Edmonton, brothers; and .Mary Bond. Vancouver, I B.C., and .Mrs. M. P. Marshall, Bast- way, sisters. Mr. Bond has always been a pub- lic spirited citizen and has figured largely in oublic life of his district. At the formation of the Marquis Mun- icipality he was elected to the council and has been on it to his death, be- ing reeve until this present year. "Mr. and Mrs. P. ,W. U Clark, and family left for Athabasca Landing on Tuesday evening where Mr. Clark will practice law. Mr. Clark's business here has been taken over by Mr. H. la I and 2 pound cans. also Fine Ground for Perco- lators. ITS STRIKING FIGURES OF GROWTH REPORTED BY THE MER- CHANTS BANK Assets of This Great Institution Now Exceed 96 Million Dollars, an In- creane of Over Ten Millions In the Liquid Ratio, Includ- ing a Heavy Investment In Govern- ment nnd Other Gilt-Edged Securi- ties. BANK OF ENGLAND WEEKLY STATEMENT London, June weukly state- ment of the Bank England shows ho following changes: Total reserve increased circulation decreased bullion ncreased other securities in- creased. public deposits ler.reasert government se- curities unchanged. The proportion the bank's reserve to liability this week is 81.95 per cent, tast week it was 33.59 per cent. The rate of discount 5 per cent. without effect, the state- I J. Maber, of Calgary, ment says and the vessels driven off b> coas Austrian batteries and aeroplanes. TO INVESTIGATE H vLondoii jltme C. L. .board. of trade has appointed a committee -headed by John, MacKinnon Robert- son, -meniher the Tyneside dl vis- Jon of Nor thii caber land and including other- the house of com- mons nnd economises, to investigate the rising -price of. 'commodities and recommend remedial measures. CARLOAD OF SHOW DOGS Edmonton, June 16. Edmonton will send a whole .carload of well-bred dogs to the Alberta Kennel Cluh-showv Arrangements have been made by J. A, Niekels pf the Edmonton IKe'nnel club to show a large number of .the blue bloods of the canine world at the Calgary show, which starts oh June Between 30 and .10 dogs will be sent from the local club. It is expected, that an equally large num- ber of Calgary dogs will come to Ed- monton for the Edmonton show. THE MERCHANTS' BANK OF CANADA Statement of Liabilities and Assets at 29th April, 1916 LIABILITIES 1. To the Shareholders. x Capital Stock paid (vest or Reserve Fund........................................ dividends declared and Balance of Profits as per Profit and Loss Account................ S 2. To the Public, Mnlcr, of the Bank in Circulation deposits not bearing i merest.......................- 17, IS IS k-posits bearing interest (including interest accrued to date of due toother Banks in Canada......................................... Balances due to Banks and banking correspondents in .-the United Kingdom and foreign con So 91 Hilts payable...........................r.......................................nVo'-n' "nn Acceptances under letters of credit.............................................. l.ijbililr.-s not included in the foregoing..n ASSETS Currfn! Coin licM S Deposit in the Central Gold Reserves Dominion Notes held .1 Notes of other Banks i Cheques on other Banks Balances due by other Banks in Canada. r. I..................... Balances due by Banks and banking correspondents in the United Kingdom Balances due by Banks and banking correspondents elsewhere than in Canada and the United Kingdom. (In U.S., Dominion and Provincial Government secqrities, not exceeding market value. Municipal securities, and Foreign and Colonial public securities, other than Canadian Railway and other Bonds', Dcbcnt tires and. Stocks, not exceeding market value Call Loans in Canada on Bonds, Debentures and Stocks.. Call Loans elsewhere than in Canada Gi Other Current Loans and Discounts in Canada (less Rebate of Other Current Loans and Discounts elsewhere than in Canada (less Liabilities of customers tinder letters of credit as per contra............. Real Estate other than Overdue debts (estimated loss provided Bank Premises, at not more than cost, less, amounts written olf........... Deposit with the Minister for the purposes of the .Circulation Fund....... Other Assets not included in the Rebate of K. W. BLACKWF.LL, E. F. HEBDEN, General Report of the Auditors to the Shareholders of the Merchants' Bank of Canada in .rmnhnrr with the provisions ol nib-Section! 19 and 20 ol Section 51) of the Bank Act repoit to the itarehoMen a; WeSe Sheet with the Books.W Accouot and othcr_.tecord> of tlie Bank at the Chief Office and "ith the B.nk at the Chief Office n.ain.l the entries in resard .thereto in the >nd found ll.cni to opinion the tlansactions of the Bank rtich k have been within the poo-en of the Bank, and the above Balance Sheet If properly drawn up So o> to eihiblt iTra.and Sec? Ke tlankYaflair. accordlnn to the of our information and the eiplanat.on, Bven to a, and ihown by the bootj of the Bank. VIVIAN IIARCOURT. 1310. VIVIAN HARCOURT. of Dcloitte. Plendcr. Griffiths I. REID IIVDE.. ol Madntoih Hyde. Married quarters for officers at amp Hughes are under tlie ban. Ever since tlie camp opened there has been n agitation that quarters be set apart for the .wives of officers. The Annual Statement of the Mer- chants Bank of Canada for the year siuloU April 20th, affords a striking jvldonco both ot the confidence ro- [losed In the hank hy Its cver-grcwing and of Iho Increasing wealth and inclination .to save in the coin-. inunity at large. Tlie balance shoot now accounts for no less than of assets, an increase of more j than ten millions in the year, and of j thirteen millions in tho two years ilnce April 1914. uml this increase is wholly due to the very rapid growth of the deposits and note circulation of tho, bank. Interest-heariiiK deposits arc higher hy five million dollars, noil- interest deposits by 4Vj millions and Kculation uy more than a million. Against these increased liabilities to the public the bank holds unprece- dented reserves of liquid assets. Its cash and equivalent-to-cash items ex- ceed 20 millions, added to which there are more than 20 millions of gilt- edged securities and call loans, bring- ing the total liquid reserve up to as compared with in 1315 and in 1914 (before the Tho bank now holds over five millions of Canadian government and municipal securities, of which more than four millions were acquired during tho year, along with five mil- lions of railway and other securities and nearly eight millions of call loans all of which constitute not only excellent liquid asset, but a very good source of revenue. Commercial loans arc nearly a mil- lion and a half greater, than a year go, but are still r. long way from pre- war figure. Proflts for the year were in consequence considerably below the rate of two years ago, btlt they amply sufficed for the payment of the regular dividend after meeting all re- quirements in the way of taxes, dona- tions, and contingency appropriation. The directors and general manager have succeeded in keeping the bank in a position of great strength. ITALIAN STEAMER SUNK London, June Italian steamer Jlotia, 500 tons gross, has been sunk, a Lloyd's dispatch today states. A plebiscite at Vancouver, Victoria, and New Westminster showed large majorities in favor of Saturday as a half holiday. Free gasoline for thirty- three hundred Ford owner's saving in one year The light, economical Ford with its smooth running engine averages about twenty-five miles on a gallon of gasoline. Compare this with the gasoline consumption of the Sixteen-Miles-To-The-Gallon car. Then figure the difference, having an eye on the present price of gasoline. Six thousand miles is a fair season's travel. The SIxteen-Miles-To-The-Gallon car, going six thousand miles, burns up one hundred and thirty-five more gal- lons of gasoline than does the Ford going the same dis- tance. .This means that the Ford owner saves enough dur- ing a single season to pay for his gasoline for an addi- tional thirty-three hundred and seventy-five miles. You can travel a year and a half in a Ford for what it costs you to travel one year in the Sixtecn-Miles-To- The-Gallon car. The Ford Garage 1232 3rd Avenue South. Ford Runabout Ford Touring 5301 Ford Coupelet 730 Ford Sedan 890 Ford Town Car 780 f. o. b. Ford, Ontario Phone G33. Atl cars completely equipped, including electric headlights. Equipment does not Include speedometer r Minutes Behind This Marvel Motor Watch the Performance of No Other Car Will Content You THE way to know the Super-Six is to take a ride. Its performance will amaze you. After that, you will never doubt the Super-Six supremacy, The best other motor seems crude in com- parison. You wiil not want a car which the Super-Six so conspicuously out-matches. CENT MORE EFFICIENT The Super-Six invention has made the Light Six 80 per cent more efficient. The result is the greatest motor in the world. It delivers 76 horse- power, where this size heretofore delivered 42. It gives you reserve power for any emergency. Hills are climbed without effort. Sand and mud don't tax it. The quick response is marvelous. The motor is never strained. In ordinary driving it runs at less than half-load. That means a long-lived motor. NO VIBRATION _________ In the Super-Six there is almost no vibration, even at top speed. All this extra 80 per due to utter smoothness. Thus motor friction and motor wear are reduced to almost nothing. The Super-Six invention, probably, doubles a motor's endurance. A Super-Six stock car was rim for at top speed over West- ern roads. Another was run for miles at constant speed exceeding 70 miles an hour. Yet neither motor showed any wear on any part or bear- ing. No Super-Six owner will ever put his car to any tests like those. never before were mounted on high been easily climbed by the Super-Six, whik people watched it. Such speed, such endurance, such quick re- sponse have never before been attained m a stock car. An'd never such power in a motor of this size. THE LUXURY OF IT The smoothness of the Super-Six gives a bird- like motion. One forgets the motor. And to match this luxury of motion we have built luxurious bodies. There are six new styles, all built by master craftsmen. Each 13 a study in artistic body building. A VOID YEARS OF REGRET ALL CARS OUTMATCHED Think of ec. During these testa the eeor was driaen I3SO miles at top capacity, at speed exceeding 70 per hoar, without tliscooeraole wtfar on any part. The Super-Six is a Hudson invention, controlled by Hudson patents. Nn other car can offer any- thing like it. Don't let rivals minimize the Super-Six im- portance. Find it out for yourself. The Hudson factory is running twenty-four hours a day. So orders placed now can be delivered in time for the motoring season. Wait, if you need to, for the Super- 'Six. Buying some car which you can get in a hurry may lead you to years xif regret. 7-Passenger Phaeton, F.O.B. Lethbridge Five Other Styles of Bodies HUDSON MOTOR CAR COMPANY DETROIT, MICHIGAN The H. T. Henderson Garage PHONE 588. Cor. 6TH AVENUE AND 6TH STREET SOUTH. LETHBR10GE, ALBERTA ;