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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUGUST THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREI FORMER LOCAL A CUNNINGHAM HiAO OF THE CONSOLIDATION OF OIL COMPANIES Cilgun, Aug. Alberta Pe- Iroleum Consolidated Co formed by 4te iretger ol several other oil com- p mies, held a general mee_teig m the oftices ol ttK yesterday and elected E A Cunningham president of the AltKtta Co jrasldnt of the amalgamated- or- g nation rtre other officers chosen D J pre- sident of Okotolu Oils, Ltd and] ihaiiaging director of the Common-: IW-alth Trust Co Cecietary A r director in Hie Herron Elder Co Treasurer.: George Robinson, man- aging director of the Alliance Trust Co Oweral Field W. W. Staphenhra California oil operator. All the above constitute -the eiccu- board of the'hew company, which vill: have 'the direct management ol its affairs board of 31 directors be appointed later, when its per- sonnel will be announced. The meeting discussed tiie future polity of the company at lengtn hut tatting was made public. M MAY AFFECT BIG CON Will the Irrigation; at' Calgary be called off j Tiis .s the sfer illation a1 out t'jwn, j although n oSU-i-tl information is at I The list of prizes for exhibits rfrcn vcfl m town yesterday and w s at the f-ancil meeting otj Board of. Trade, where the ques-j lion arose as to whether the meet-'} procjed or he called off. .the name tfce association JB: ihteznftfrioml in '-scope, and it that cfce war Trill necessi- DostpiMwmaut of. the con- gress i ntil the war is Mr. W. H FairleM, who s a member of committee cf the coti- could aot je located today to confer to deny -the. rumor.'- C-H-I-C-K-E-N FOR SUNDAY We Solicit Your Patronage fl We have some fine spring chicken for your Sunday Dinner. you care for other Poultry or Cooked Meats, or in fact anything in the choicest Southern Alberta grown Meats, we conserve you. You are always sure of the Quality at DELANYS UMITED PHONE 452 MARKETS FSiTUVa GRAIN MARKETS IVinnif cj, Aug. prices toer n after a weak op- (.nirn., iinmcan hjust.s were selling, exporters' and local traders Trerc heavy buyers, and at noon irfces err .'for October, 2j- for DEC m cr Je ft r all higher 'than at opening, Oats also made a sharp advance, October teing at 2jc. higher. Fl opined imcSangcd and at mkl- n 3 to higher 1 he cash demand for all grades oE wheat was good, and cash oats were sell tA djc Signer than yester- dij s close The buyers prmci- palh nomes uith eastern connec- "tttne The British government bought all the cash oats awilaule Tho wea- tfr-er, uhile greatly improtea as. re- gards temperatures keeps drj only on tfie whole map re- potting, these being Cal- gary and it was light. JjiKpeccibnG on Thursday were. 103 aga'nst 152 last year, and in sight were 120 cars Winnipeg wheat .futures opened It-wer. to higher and closed 2J to HAc. Hgher. Minneapolis opened ]c. Ic. low.er and closed up. Clii- c 10 oicned unchanged to gc. lower nl losed J to 1 c advance Cash c. to higher ami c sh oats made a record closing 3Jc. nc. higher. .WINNIPEG MARKET Open Oct. 106 1.04-J Vaj 1.10-J- O ts- 0' t. 46 Oct. II x- Oct. I.'l5i 1 17 Dec. -I- FUNERAL OF MRS. __ Washington, D.O., Aug. Funeral services for Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, wife of the Prcaident, will be lield at the White House on Tuesday at 2 p.m., after which the body will be taken on a special train for burial at Rome, Oa. For the choicest Meats and Poultry your Sunday dinner "N.i We please particular people in response to telephone orders THE ALBERTA MEAT MARKET "The highest in quality but not in price" R. COULTRY, Prop. PHONE 492 LATEST ON WAR Now York, N.Y., Aug. fir- Ing of volume and at short In- tervals, lartfng more than an hour, heard at 8 o'clock thlt morning sixty miles southeast of Scotland jightship, by the officers and crew of the steamer Scottish Prince, which reached here this afternoon from Trinidad. JAPAN AT WAR? Pekin, has instruct- ed her ministers at Washington and jToklo to request the United States 'and Japan to join with China in an effort to prevent hostilities In Chinese waters and territories, and the far- rsachtng [them. dangers connected with The pretence of Japanese warships off the German port of Tstrig Tail is generally construed here to mean that Japan has entered the war. Ottawa, Ont., Aug. S. Mund- heim, general manager for' the Ce- ment Products Co. of Canada, with factories on the Island of Orkans, on which Is the naval station for the in- spection of ships, was held today at the citadel as a prisoner of war. No explanation was given by the reticent authorities. WILL MAN THE 'NIOBE' Ottawa, Aug. was stated this morning that the cruiser Niobe! REID USES MAKE FIVE MEN LAID OFF WITH. MORE TO FOLLOW ND MONEY TO WORK WITH As a result ,ot the repudiation of the liyla.ws under the nubile utilities department, Commissioner Keid has to play the role of chief head-hunter at the city hall, owing to a "lack of work [or those employed. The city electrician's office is.to be closed, and the city electrician will go out as a linesman. A linesman and a grounduiaii are being laid two laborers at the power house have been notified that their services will be no one labor- er at the car barns will be dispensed with- After thc_nrst of October, Jack Reid, p.ssistaht.'-.jo his brother, the commissioner, will be laid off. Com- missioner Reid has taken this step only on account of the way ..in which t-he citizens treated bis bylaws. There was nothing left for him to do. He is very sorry that he is compelled to make so many sutler the loss of their positions, but can sec no way to prevent it-, unless the bylaws ara sub- mitted again, and passed. The work- is absolutely necessary in every case I cxcrpt one, and in that case no ccoii- j omy would be effected by the post- ponement of the improvement. The I city treasurer has received instruc- ticns from Jlr. Reid to take no ap- fl cations for light and power con- there is not a dollar with which to do the work. Mayor Hardie is of the opinion that the bylaws will have to be, sub- mitted again. .'The turning down of Mr. Reid's bylaws is a que3r occur- rence. Jt merely means a loss in rev-" ;'cuue_ to the citizens and ratepayers tlr.mselYfS. ft not "oniy- deprives the city from an added revenue, but it that thr burden, will he as'heavy as before. The. utilities pay' own way, and it would have cost the citizens nothing if the by- j laws for .improvements had leen'-passsd, and t he-ratepayers'., vote I has thrown many a man out of adding to the list o[ unemployed, which is already most alarming. TONIGHT 65 bountiful colored views show- ing the Principal Ships of the British Navy which are at present fighting for British Honor Will shown at Starlaiul To- night as an Extra Attraction mm it Tonight BIJOU Tonight EUGENE WALTERS Great Five-Season Theatrical Success "PAID IN FULL" With members of the Original Broadway Cast .LORD DUNDONALD CANADIAN COMMANDER? Work on the new intake will com- mence as soon a -the money Item committee. the city can get the sinking fund Toronto, Ont., Aug. tary men here today heard and are inclined to believe _ that Lord Dundonald will be invited to. take command of Canada's army corps for ivar service. pose of engticiiig in the Kuropcan war. The bill ffould exclude [torn rc-ad- town knew that she had arrived. For twelve months she has kept ttis" Com- that prob- edy filled with her admirers. Thous- Ottawa, Out., Aug. in- siructi'iiiH were issued this morning STATES TO STOP mm EXIT Ul Will IU LIIV Virtll i J. lie ut iviuv-- 1100 LU onj mill Washington, imraigra-! lo in thc at little Scotch. Cinderella who to taken ti .n committee ol tlic House of Rep- to London to'wn. There she KITTY MacKAY" COMING THE MAJESTIC "Kitty the greatest laugh- ing p'ay New York has seen in moons will be the attraction at the Majestic on Monday, August 17, for one night, direct from a year's .en- gagement at the Comedy Theatre, New York. The play is under the direction of William Elliott. "Kitty" came into Ne'w York more than a year ago and by her charm and cleverness took the by storm. Vice plays and sex dramas retired la confusion before her sweet- ness and5 wit. The morning after "Kitty" made her debut Uie whole mission to this country aliens who go abroad to fight. It has Leen estimated aMy two niillion men of loreign birth; ands flocked to see the.love story that living in this country; have re-Iliad a laiigh in every line. spcndcd or will respond to the calt[ The story of "Kitty" hag to with nnfler consideration will to manned and put into com- j from the militia department for U1I to stop the rush of foreign says born versions in America to their lirnssels, I handsome oficer, but cannot marry the bomlardmeat 6E Lietc caused six or sevin fires in i Dorn in .'iinci-n-ii LII LIICIL Sra'wee'L time'Many men'md'l of that will tormcr liomcs in Europe for tha pur- rity uMo will1'. 1.0 no difficulty experienced iiv iniormation has -supplied the; getting a full crew. The task of rnak- commanding officers of the various ing ready thc Niatc for service was. ilelayer! Lecausc of the necessity of' sending men to Glace Bay, when it military districts throughout Can- ad -i, icgarding the class of men to was leportKl that the wireless sta- be enrolled, together with their phy- tion was in danger of destruction by sical fitnrss and other restjriction. The German authorities at Tsing a trerman cruiser. These men have The arms of the force to be enlisted Tau have received reports that Briti.h now returned, to_ Ihc.-Niole and the will include artillery, cavalry, infan- CASH PRltES No 1 N'o. 2 N'or. No. 3 Nor, No. 2 C. W. 0. W No. ,3 No. -I 'MINNEAPOLIS H'lirut- Sept. 07 Dec.'........................... 1.00 CHICAGO SO.', n nej Wiiv i.os; Close 110 1.08J 1.13 CO 1.50 1.51 r.-iii 1.13.1. i.i'ii 1.08 50. 1.001 1.031 97; 1.051- I rep to bc with the status The. authorities attrib'utal the report ot the nritls1' to to aiT-carlier despatch, which said voluntary physical qualifications: i thc K-.issi.rn gunstaii had decided not Ilc'Sht 5 lcet 3 lllches and defend the citv. chest measnreraent, 33J inches and consular officials 48 hours in to leave the country. which CROWN -PRINCE OF GERMANY Who was seriously wounded by un- known aiusiln nljht' CARRANZA AND CARBAJAL DISAGREE Wnslllngton, D.C., Ang. Geiieral Cnrranza and Provi- sionnl President Carbajal have failed to agree on transferring power in Mexico, and trouble Is expected In Mexico. whore the population la report- ed panic stricken. Constltu- tionalist forces are marching on the capital, j must te in Ottawa and reach head- quarters liy Wednesday, August 12. The forces are to be mobilized at i Val Carter, Quebec, where the first i contingent will lie selected. (Signed) Adjutant-General. C.N.R. TO HELP TO MOVE TROOPS Ottawa, Out., Aug. D. Hanna, vice-president of tile Canadian Northern. Railway, arrived in the city today for the purpose of conferring witii the authorities regarding tho placing of the company's right-of-way at the disposal of the government for tho transportation of troops to Val- earlier, Quebec. Cool Food for Hot Days Bctler health conies with less meat and greasy food during the warm weather. By proper and pleasant 1'obd one can feel cooler than his over-fed neighbor. Grape-Nuts AND CREAM fruit and a soft boiled egg, or is-sufficient for Ihc hot weather breakfast. An 'ordinary portion, of Grape-Nuts and cream con- tains nourishment to sustain one until the noonday meal: and being a partially prc-digested food, it ikies not over-tax the siomacii and lienl the system as heavy, greasy foods. These suggestions, if followed, should show" thai one can luiyc.'ti cool body, active brain and energy -even in hot weather. "There's a Reason" for Grape-Nuts Canadian Posluin Cerenl Co., Ltd., Windsor, On I. above 'her station. "Kitty" and-'her slow-thinking, chum "Mag" do their best to set the town aright. Then there IB the family with whom "Kitty" lived, but the story is too complicated to be described here. It must be seen to be enjoyed.' Seats may now be booked in ad- vance of the regular adyance sale. 'Phone 616. ALBERTA CRICKET TEAM WINNING Rerina, Aug. the Inter-na- tion 1 cricket tourney today Alberta and Manitoba scored another victory over Saskatchewan teams'yesterday, Manitoba winning from the second te m by a good margin of 90 runs. Saskatchewan ,A. entered into their game with Alberta with a weakened and were beaten. The scores in the first match were: Saskatchewan B 9 runs, Manitoba 182. In the sec ontl Sask. A.-177.and Alberta, .182, for six wickets. In the Manitpba n- nings, L.-V. Ray made 54, .not out. momr FDR1FEDEK Sallillo. Mex., Aug. t onal sts will invoke fche fdmoui, sta- tute of knovtn as the Lau of Juarez ii soldiers do not lay d WnHlicii aims, according to aa of- fici l.tn ouncenic-nt'here. It. also vM the statute would be enforced a ainVt Univajal and ciiilian bfflcials inless Mciico Citv is to die Const t aionalibU The Ian condemns to deatii My McKicrn who has fougfet fallicrlsud. ;