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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. NOVEMBER Tlffi IJTHBRIDGE DAILY UERAI.D PAGE ELEVEN Would Be UttaWe To burlcd deep lu the cellar ot Count htel Kirolyl's palace, have discovered, tad confiscated by tariiQ police. Tbe I ream re coa- of itocks, I'undi. silver d, the former prera- let'B to til fortune. Tborouih search- es b? Ihe communists when ihey were la poicer failed to reveal the treas- ure.'although palace YH ucked tlmei. of Monarchy NV- Prtuce LulviEJ Grceti, former Iriia ill In liter without portfolio and frlcod of it r6p fried to hive declared ID Ber- HE lit! tlia' ot the Hipjfcarf dviissiy hi Hungary ti only irjttlsr el mac'iilm1 guci- tlie en- tente net fiit'e 10 pcerrat if. iuv to a dlspMeii hsro from Geneva. Kirolyl'c Burisd HUDAPF.ST.-X6v. Out hunJro.l million croriis; contzfneJ ia 21 c.aje.i ROME, Nov. of the Socialist party today adopted motion declaring thjt the 'SoclalM victory rt the flen- ral elections an or com- plete 'wlldarfiy wHh thi soviet rtpubllo of RUM la, tltarly prculng to the Italian ment an order to Rut-' MERCHANTS BANK CONTINUES TO GAIN Statement for Half-Year Gives Total Assets of A New Record. Deposits Gain Siieef'c? Ihc Murcliauls ol Canada as nt Lho end of Ibe Iron tile Bank's headquarters here Mn SMuroai-. stiiv.-s toDiiuuoil and growth OD. the parl or tils well TL o Total iiivc cow reached ilin tomiuandiuK [igure of cf ovrr the currc 1'oudtng date ladt year. Tho readll> pcri.'jn.ot the aiituuDls lo nn Increase ol tH.a6U, CSS, hy iThlcii_is thai ihc liquid lioslllon ot Ike Bank Irten wcl maintained. ll That the na-nk iiJW'coniiiruc.l to tto its full shore, bolh to Govcrimicn1 nml Lhp, CdnimercJhl C'cnmiunlty IR sliown an increase or ii seuinlic's.'hclil of ijic Dominion sM Provincial UovCrnmcnts, vrTilIc Currei: Ixjjua Rart in Ciiiida have Im-Teapcd by ?13i-135747S Jurlns'tliB i: iuontha': period. f XoUi ClrculnLlDi'i JL is (G1T.UO year ago Tvll ;bc iBEUD in nt I'nid-Up Capita I .jiioro tliari covered hy SS.OGO.OQO'ln'lhc 'Central field Ilo.en-e. WHERE TORONTO CHINATOWN WAS RAIDED ir Wm.Trillon and Major Wil- son Given Major Awards la Controveriv is wheTo Iho moh wlio raided C'linaiown throw a box Ihro'jgh Ihc window ot Louie f.sng'E sbon at 11 KliiabcLh This built! :nf: by alorc n-Oprfciors. Whoa llvi liox cama tho window Liic Chinamen inside Ihougbl the end of (he world hat] come. Huns Refuse Redress For Sinking the Fleet PAH1S, Xov. Gennan dele- gation today delivered two notes .to Paul DulasU, secretary of the peace conference. One relates to the re- placement'of German warships sunk by Lhelr crews in Hcapa Flow anrl the other to the repatriation ol German prisonere. Germany Defiant RERUN, Xov. 13 stated "in authoritative quarters Lere that Ger- many will not comply with tha de- mand of the entente for four hundred thousand tons of docks, dredges ;arid (o ngalDsi on Octolie 1316. fceinir an iccrciFC for tic period of 'of which -.vaa Saving cr Tiir.e Deposiia and In Deposits pay- able tails nf prosrosa wliicli canuot bui be considered sal- irfacLoryy-T Tbir nllcfcitsc-r vary good reading .lor those IT ho niullic (he ftvl that our Chartered lianks play in lie well-hclnj; nr the wbole country-. induslrlAl as veil as psrlculUiral, and the Tigurcs arc IboVc-iceplicHV o[ 11 Jiaa llie dale of ilia Anu'lstlce ami "clearly demonslra'tes that qiiV arfd-.'weU atnaged- iinanclal InstSUittons are contlnufbg ttitlr progrese ami on a eolitl lias's vrilh the war 2..illTig oE the paJsl., P R fi Sir "The 'main of the i compare F.S follows: o( October 31st, 191D, and October 3isl, BALANCE SHEET S, At 3 1st October. THii MERCHANTS BANK OF CANADA STATEMENT TO THE DOMINION GOVERNMENT ;f (CONDENSED) 31st OCTOBER LIABILITIES CapUal 1W L'P 5 Hcscne iVnd............................ I. ndJrjded' Profiia tn'-Circulaticn.....'.................. In oilier M-n'.nT cl Cicilil........ 41S.006.30 f Et Cash UoTorn inept nn'l SccurlUe3 I'.aihfay 'nnd other Debenture and Mlot-H 3.870.H1.91 Call LoafLs-ln Cauatla Call Jyjans clsoft-hcrc than .in Canada Secretary Calgary Uvestock Exchange Says Company Buffaloed Alberla.Gov- ernment CALGARY. Xov. entirely new livestock contract covering mnt- ;crs In dispute will he up hy '.ho railway commission, was the an- nouncement of Chairman Carrell at Ihe afternoon session of Ihc commis- sion here Thursday. During ihc evict- cncc given, Secretary Held, of Iho llyc- slock exchange, made the charge that Ihfi recent charges against the Canad Inn under "the" 28- hour clause In police court had been withdrawn by Ihe altorney-gencrnl ol (he province because Ihe Canadian Pacific Hallway had refused lo give Ihe government rars for hay ship inenla to drought areas' until llio charges had beon withdrawn. -Tha comment oi Chairman Carvcll on this was that the exchange should have hired its OTYD lawyer lo prosecute ihe case. Lugs as au o fleet to the German Tfar ships sunk at Scapa Flow. It indicated that German: would stand pat on her proposition ti reler the dispute to The Hague trl bunal. Tt Is claimed that Gcrmanj should not be held responsible for Ihi acts of her marine forces at Ecapi Flow. Dividing the Spoils PARIS, Nov. 2S.- -Discussing th Inking ot tnc Gennan fleeL in Scap low and'Lho compensations to be on- alned tterefor, 'the supreme councl oday admitted in principle Lhe d( iiolltion of the unUn still In Hie nand t the allies, question of di rihuUon of Ecriii fron resuliing from he breaking" up'-of-'ihc ships was no lecitled. Prance and lUlv, ehipbnlli np yards have ne'ea idlo, since 191 will receive ccrlafq Cunlls intact a compensation for forihage lost ho war. Although the percentage Im ot to be n oiled lo m finally fixed by I be council loday, lhat thll.units-'to go I franco and Italy would be at lea; Ifgbt cruisers, and 10 torpedo boai cacb.' i Kacli of.- iho Bailie ond assocJale powers will receive if large b'altlesln ,a torpedo boat for eiperfmcnLa rHrtea, tnese Hnile lo he dcslroye within a-year from .the time of the TO THE BOY SCOUTS AND THE GIUL GUIDE 4.31C.574 22 r aod 'Discounts Liabllllloy, of Customers of 757.GOG.04 Hank Pre'rhbea "Tlcal Batata other liian MorlgagGVon Heal Kslalc sold by iJ-.c- Ucjioait wtl-ii LlciTjlnlon CiOVCmiucnt lor pur- pOEMf oi-fOlrcjiMIIon Furtil- _ V s.zisisez.t-'. Nor. 3jal commission inqairing icto the nK InTcntore has awarded Sir Wll- m Trillon and Major .Wileon InUr. These aro (he principal irarda. There are. others but EmaJI- for minor conlrlbutlona. The com- ission expresses regret that It can ot recommend an Award to L. K. Dc- oule, who, In 1912. reduced to prac- cal ebapo (he briUiant Invenllou hfch anticipated anJ, in re- U, Barpassed that actually put lo use. THAT COUGH! Per 5 win end It I Pimply olve Peps Iti jour month. The Pine forest rapors which arts thus released are breathed down to the remotest parts of the ilr pajugu and luogs, soothing btailDg the luflirried membranes and brlnglag-qulclc relief from (hat Jrrliallng ind exhausting cough. Mn. Luthtr Brown, of Beach. N.B. writes: "For two yeirt I was troubled with TCTJT bad cough. At it became worse and 1 coughed Jncusantly and could not sleep. 1 tried every remedy I had eyer brard of. but nothing did me any good until 1 used Peps. Even the few tiMeUcaTeraerellei. Icontiauei their with the irstflt (hit my cough baa entirely Ttese breatheable Peps are also unequalled for tore Ihroat, bronchitis, catarrfa, aatbma aed chest and lunf trcnblej, box, 3 lor 11.25. All oc Pep. Ox, Toronto. Useful Xmas Presents Diaries Calendar Stands Waterman's Fountain Pent Eyersharp Pencils [nk Sponge Bowls Paper Weights Telephone Pads Telephone ladex Loose Leaf Prict Booki Wallets Purses Underwood Typewriters Filin? Stacks EVERALL FRANKS THIRD AVE-NUE FIFTH STREET SOUTH GREAT REDUCTIONS ON MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES. 1 pairs 9-inch top Unis Calf Minor's IJools. Itcgiilar 55.00 Men's One-buckle Overshoes. Pair 3 pairs Men's Mahogany Hal. AH sizes. Regular J7.50. 3 pairs 9-lncU lop English Kip. Regular JlO.uO. Pair 60 pairs Boys' and Youths' Solid leather Bools, going nt" greatly reduced prScca, These aro a few of Uic niany lines which we carry. 6.35 2.45 5.95 8.95 H. a KILNER 420 Thirteenth Street N. Phone 317 i What, CharFes Smith Says After Tanfac His Heslth. Fresh-killed Meats Are the Only Kind We Handle. For Quality, Quantity and a Square Deal You Can't Beat The Westminster Meat Market Fresh Eggs 85c per doz. OTTAWA, Nor. eicellencj iho ffovcrnor-gcncrnJ, has received Ih following message from Ills .Jloyn the Prince of Wales: .M. S. Renown, Camperdown Nor. 26. "To (ho nby Scouts anfl fllrl Guide "I am just leading Canada for the OKI Country and I want to send you aH my heat ivishcs .before 1 go. I have Thoroughly snjoycd seeing ar> many of yon on narado 'rfurlng my visit and I shnll lell your hrother scouts