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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta May whaat vVEA i VOLUME VIII. LETHHRIDGE. ALBERTA, SATURDAY, AHHL 3, 1915 NUMBER 95 RUSSIANS ARE BREAKING THROUGH IN Two Million Cubic Feet Oil to Come Soon Calgary, Alia., April The Cal- gary A-lber'QH to'dny prints the follow- At 2015 foet Urn drill in the United well nenr tlio SiveolgrnKs district, on "Wednesday struck a flow of 'wet gau that nlmostt Pfted the derrick, a.sd which proved, upon measurement, be issuing at the rute of cubic feet dally. The .-.voll is located In a big cnule in suction 31, townahly 5, 4, and In about -15 miles south east Let lib ridge, almost In th Sweetgrasa country. The United, drilling smoothly an rnnldly, hae ijoeu steadily approaohln the gas', arid' oil formations tor som lime- Gas, according to the geologic t. wa to be expected at about 2100 feet, nn tho ail' strata about 2400 feet. big flow of gaa IVBB, ho'wever, hnrdl untie I pa, ted, The nig feature of. the strike, sa exports, is that It IB of the wot variety In thut particular it 13 very diCfercn from (.ho Bow feland gas fields, whlcl contain no evidence that the gas ha over paired through oil, Has Strong "Dlpgman" Odor It is fitated teat the odor of the is precisely toe same. at that Raymond Man Just Home From Germany Tells of His Experiences There Convinced War Will be Long Fight on Both Sides GERMANS' TERRIBLE HATE FOR ENGLAND off at the wall, a .fact which leads the dlreatoxv Into very surmises of wbat may lay beneath. It Is. also said that at soon as the [necessary arrangements ore oomplet e'd'for- ucouat o gas, found In unmiitakably commer -cial undor control, drilling an effort made to reach the'olI-ittBaBTBH spiedHy M pos slble." Thmr flfttallB -will out at a directors' meetlnc that has foGeiroalled, for this .afternoon. Rumors that there was "something doing" in thli niv wall of the United is a. pioneer in that particular stretch 'of country, bad been rife around town ilnoc early Thurnday, TV lien .known .that the manag- ing director had left for the ipot. Stock on the In consequence stock jumped, uu- 111 yeiterday. ij; was setting at old- time prices. It 'was reported that some changed handi. at around per share. Definite news, however, did reach the city until late ]tet sight. Earlier in the day an Incident hap- pened that led to tofxh Burwlje, but no enlightenment. A wire came from the deluging di- rector, on hla war into Calgary from Jlacleod, apprising the directors that a meeting would he held -this after- coon. The buBlnaiK wafl described as "Important." President Devaniflh "went through loie city today an route to Galeaiy. U.S.WM Demand Full Indemnity FortheWP.Frye Washington, .April [or the JuJl .valuc'O! the Amciican Raymond, April lonsely interesting is tlio .inlormation brought from Europe by August Lens, i Latlcrdaf Saint missionary ,vho aborcd in the German conference, anil who lett that country for Am- erica on February 13Lh, his Swiss passports carrying him safely through the intricate web o[ German official- dom. Elder Lenz states that there arc now serving in the Gorman army at Icaat 1500 converted that faitli by thc missionaries from America, and that not a few huve been awarded the Iron Cross, j Elder Kassjcr, a Gorman missionary to take charge of the da- i fence of the Golden Horn againEt, the Iroin btaii, was drafted Into the iirmy at the very outbreak of hostil- jbles, and who was stationed at Ber- lin, where he edited thc magazine published by the church, was decor- ated by this Kaiser for valor dis- played in Francs. There arc also 'Mormons" serving in the Allied army, and they are known to have met at the bayonet's point. Mr. Lenz Is a Swiss citi7.cn. He heon a resident oi .Raymond for JflFHE IS WE Sees End of War Soon With Victory for the Allies New Superintendent of 'K' Detachment is on the Job; Joined Force in Eighties GENERAL .LIMAN Vu.. German General, who was sent 10 Allied Fleet several years, and" departed for his mission about fourteen months igo. He labored in various parts' ot Ea German mission., ami at the. out- ireak 61 the was afc.Ham- >urj, where tie" church hu a uou- dr some 400 soiils. declaration of war came .from the president ol tbe Mormon Lulled. .tbe'. with the exception of a very L'e'nz'lfalds the die- tinctinii of- being the last elder to r K was under construe- he Us deciHioiij according to Lion there. He was moved to Banff, dMji.itcLes Aching London By auo- w-Jieic he icjimined for a short time, "sgiye rualica amul ico and snow. After heins stationed at Gleichcn he troopa lire saiif to have car- wus tmnsiorml to Regina where lie ned a oi Austrian linca and in remained for 18 montns, being made }iew ol o Corporal. In IS'JU he was promoted fair BOOQ to to Sergeant and moved to Deloraine, Manitoba. Three years later, he was married and the same year was made L Apnl 3. The fluctuating _ they bill hrougn m iorca Uszok pass- tain in Germany. .'-He experienced no ,7'T i Aptu iQlestafcion.whatsoever; and says the about conditions on Sa lleged abuse of foreigners and pris- ?'V ,W1S tolfi to s-our corri v .erjt; by Private James Raymond, Alberta, April 2. The 'alishury :espond- has bee. hugQlyggerated Private James Cfil- lemporarily .discharg- ing In Germany, Mr. Leuz aaidVT'Tn thc Canariian contingent Hamburg aid the northern part of days prior to their departure he Empire, tbe people arc calm and' or aad who arrived home are devoted to Emperor and feat night. Piivatc Gil- auBe. The Ked the trades un- ons and the state, are amply piovid- tl10 of the English cli- ng f oldi foc the wives and'ciiilc L oi the .crs, and they ate Veil cared for. 'he nation is Hke an armed camp. H4 mun and boys are eager to join lie colors. The food supply IB caue- ng little anxiety and everyone seems mate, and he is BOW almost deaf. Speaking of conditions at, Salisbury the soldier said Valcartier was great compared to Salisbury Plain. Out tents were all tae flooded and ptaly.'n 1. that all SfLfnw uxuries have been abolished, in our hun- tbeir BtUl on tlie'plain mixed with 25 per and'diecse a'nd our, is the material used in the SergoanlrMajor. Alter "-being station- Prevail. The alii, ed at HatlleForrt for'time years ho the Lermans m Ihe was transferred to Maclrod and a allli wllclc 'I16, tae year later went to tlio Yukon, where 1VI" they arc he was stationed at As spECiilaUug as to whether the .nvad- In the ivest conditions bordering on are dark as thrust transferred to Prince-Albert in 1800. llle American cm- C P R Conductor Ones Somp Three rears aijo he .was tnbred to thc segregation o! c, MMleod for the SKO...I Last the ot now held as Smart Detective Work and Lands Culprit November Superintendent Pcnnefather was appointed mies at Calgarr: and. aii loose GTt. laP t. oi tne mans being iaielv was o[ war, is tlie death oi Leon Tin lost his life in the sinking will Wailiing- pointed to od .Sup A in which.. Frank Sajnsbury. -vK a C IJ K cnniliirhir ni area Supt. a book, aoOyo-ii intp .the magistrate at. tue poiicu -court mornjng expressed complete this motiiiug. William James Tfiomp-. ;BOU, alias rt'iilfam. Jauiea do aSs the- other papers debate .al con- S be. 11 j T M ij aiius uames Anuerson; was brougnt alls. 16X35 IHaaOre ICllS to answer a cnarse of stealing an overcoat containing private corres- pondence and Tetters 01 credit belong- ing to A. J. Lee iron} DIB room at tic Remanded Till Tuesday According to Lee, he uad Tiiamysuu, was uown in lus fidence in it as .tbe.' richest .country lnorR in the world. He declared .that south country was RoaLlng on i of oil and predicted great ment in this industry. Supt. Pennefat! cr is a hrpther ol oi'the U.P.H. who was stationed at Macleod ariir Cran- 1vlors brook and was well known locally, [nelh-s appear likely -to more protracted tllc London papers today are inclined to sea admit that the Turkish hapE have not yet been serioLS-y tlarn- aged. Tlie discussion lor and against ab- solute prohibition of all alcoholic" li- An aftermath of the Bealfikiu coat robbery from E. J. Hill's the him with the arrast of Mn. Texas Madore at Prince lor.meals, and with clotuing, ami had Albert, and her being brought to Lett- at periouical times given him tne Jrtdge, nt the Instance o( Chief Skfil- loan.of 1'uorppeon in- .OB, to ince'.tho charge of receiving tended joining the local batteiy, but :lle same, 'well Knowing the laid coat faileu" to .pass iUa metiical inspection, :p have beea stolen. and tne ruooery took puce imuicai- The coat is valued at and Mri. ately a.tor; defence IB that she bought was arrested at Taber, white bread prohibited by law, still i -the tno Bom6 j. A. campoeH, who! tlirougii a (litcg iletKtlw von of here is no anniront shortaw. Tlve aamp climate, our rations were ,vae rocanllv: tn nvo TOII-H Cainihm-i hv Train Ran Wild When Engineer Killed at Post appuont shortage. was. recanlly sentenced to five years Sainsbuty. He had been inioirued TheLusitania Sails, Unafraid ofGeamanSubs en' York, April the dangers oi the.iubrnatinc war' c about tte nritlth Isles, large passtnger list. There, ware more ally" to- i day ae. a rental of tho fieta and the drawal of the government, -the alleg- pruentfttloii-of a claim tor damages plant of ihe Allied nations, for on bfthiUf of the owners of the Tec- thair attack on Oermtnf.- These plans Ml.' dated in 1811. Tbe Hermans dis- No zipc0Gentation8 were made con-'covered thorn, and they are using this cemlnr the cargo, since it wai as a mean) to excite the people, who tapliraed atter an iBfeetigation by helieie it fullr. the state departmemt, that It WEE' "Bapecially is thcit hatred directed fold .en and Brftish-owned to ward. Britain, because tbey hold at tbe time of the linking. England responsible lor tbe war. Sir The American gcrerament oontends Edward On; is particularly the ob- IB the that the commander of iect of abuse. .The deep-lain hatred the Eiiej wa tot vaiutet In de- for England IB not imaginary but is stroking 'the Fife, beoaute it could a roost turrible real itjr. The use of, not have been condemned as-the Indian. troops: .was widely pro-' hid it taken into a prlu claimed and aroused tbe people to a court. The destination of thc cargo pitch ol frenzy. The sentiment WM a nrni in England, the witb reipeet to the United States is, American (OTernmsnt Iganed, aid swiftly changing. At first they, were tbf'wbfat cenld not hive very friendly, but not ep now.: As .one paper put it, 'Ameribi lurniibes shells jNTHE ARGONNE-FRENCH BATTENS AT WORK Col. Has High for "C' Squadron Supt wiilker, of the vision P, Mrs. Walker, Mayor been bouidered as oosirskend. OF _.. OF .FRANCE KILLED Ajrtl J. family at Ctsttifr.Piirrter, ion of the former pMeUint ot Trioee. hii been he WM kflled In tattle tear Heine, to kill oiir fathers, sends (tolls to. oomlort .their il According to Mr. Leu the Oermins arc confldent of victory. They are not looking for a very loig war. Move- ments ot momentoue importance 5MmcJ imminent when he left 'the German masses' ol troops were marchlir aouthward dar. nigat, torljij fren eenteal MEETS HORRIBLE ACCIDENT.'..IN HOSPITAL the ball given by tlie officers of C Squadron, C.M.R. "They nnnied b> Colonel b 0 IL who made an inspection oi the April -Sis-1 squadron: The" .colonel-states that ho has not seen hetter progress, in any corps in Alberta than that made) by 'C" Squadron under Major Brown. Quebec, Quc. ter Edward, born Alfla of St. Cyrillc, bclov, dis- infecting vault at ilis Hotel Dicu-Hos- a.terrible explosion' wrecked the, place, lind sent :a-licavy Bteel door -into the body Ihe nun, whose 'were literally shot out of her. Lcfitt, her skflllI frac- tured, and parts oi hct Tbrainsvgpread over the walls, victim'Is'stlJl. line ORE clous, .amV fa' not 'expected, to Jire through the "-day, ROSS TAYLOR IS WOUNDED AGHEEMENT'; 9IONEO: mllrailleuee battery at wtrk.l TJIG new agreement between the. operators -aiid 'mliicrs- of District 18 signed, on Wednesday jil.Fi'iiiiifc. Hugh Taylor, ith'.Ave. 'S., .has received: wotd ..that her son IIOES who jollied the 4- first lontmgeut. at Keptu bte been ivoun'ded and admitted to' thc hospital This is tbe first intimation ol the caitalt-y J none of the cisuaUjr lins ear- ned thr press wires havns mentioned it HI ;