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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THI LOCAL MBWI WHERE TOO KXraCT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HnAuri tAOB ot urn LOCAL KIWI TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1921 LUTHKIUDUK. 4UJEHJA. PAGE SEVEN Cat Creek Oil Field in Montana b Real Producer, Local Men Learn; Has Bearing on Future Exploring Here o T. D. H. W. Crawford and Brown Pay Visit to and Bring Back Pint- Hand Information ft aa4 any money It paid reet by the producing compaay ta the holder of tha royalty Interest. Royaltlet at small aa oM-slxUtath of oae per cent dealt hi, and la Instances royalties as high as all to ten thousand dollars hare Development et oil gelds in cent Interest In Una, and interest In the possible production of an eighty acre tract. fillip which discoveries being made I In Montana most of the develon- there may give to oil exploration in Southern Alberta, Is the cause of mant of the smaller companies Is be- ing carried on by syndicates or trust great deal of Ulk'ln the city recently, companion, these companies The proving of the Cat Creek field i Interests in tbotr syndicate. In tha Ifvsselshell In Montana has lod many to the belief that the South- ern Alberta and Southwestern Saa- Considerable lotereat is being mani- fested In the development In AlberU. A number have ezpreated their wlll- katchewan araaa stand good chances! ingnesa and desire to look over hold of developing commercial oil Ings in the Alberta fleld. One largo and at least local syndicate, the! operator In particular suggested that Western Discoveries. Limited, has I if he could be guaranteed six .or eight been formed with a view to develop- ment work both in Montana and Al- borta. On behalf of the local company, T. Brown and H. W. Crawford recent- ly visited Montana, and from them the Herald has been able to secure at first hand true information of the weeks nice weather he would put a crew into Alberta at once with the idea of taking up acreage, provid- ed his investigation was satisfactory. Little Ft. Norman Interest Very little Interest was manifested In the Ft. Norman fleW aside from for sowjrnment vendors. COAL SMIPMCNTS CAMS DAILY Coal ahlimuU over UM Liiabridge division of tha C. P. B-'have bwn maintaining a fair average for itome time put. The dally average for commer- cial coal now stands at can, and Ihe C.KR. ooaJ at it Meanwhile Prohibitionists Are Sitting Back Awaiting Developments Prohibition forces in Lethbridge are resting on their laurels and modera- tlonlstt aro circulating petitions ask- At the in Southern Alberta. Oil Men Organize Primarily the factor that took them to Montana at this time was a state meeting to organize :iu association of the oil men of the state, held at Lew- istown, Saturday. January 22. About S. P. Winslow, Bank of Mon- treal Western Superinten- dent, Meets Local Man- agers Here Mr. H. P. Winslow, superintendent of Weatem Branches of the Bank ot Montreal, with, headquarters ia Win- nipeg, Is In the city, arriving here on Monday, and leaving this afternoon for Reglna. Mr. Winslow Is making one of his periodical visits to meet and confer with managers ot the lo- cal branches. While in tha city he me; seven managers of the branch banks of the Bank of Montreal in the district south of Calgary. He started for his western tour, with Saskatoon as the first point, going on from there to Edmonton and Cal- gary. Tha country, said Mr. Winslow is going through a trying time, and thir calls for the strictest economy all round. Things are difficult In Can- two hundred and fifty to three hun- dred visitors were in Lewiatown at ihat -time, and a very interesting all day session was held, and a strong state organization was perfected. The next day a large majority of the visi- tors spent tho day at the wells in the Cat Creek fields. The flrst discovery of any note was iu December, 1919, when oil was brought in Iu a well In the Devil's Basin, a fleld about fifteen miles north of Roundup. Several wells lire now drilling In that structure. The latest well brought In was that of the Alberta Block Coal company, or Jesse Gouge of Dmmheller, who recently brought In a well estimated to produce in tbe neighborhood of three hundred barrels per day. East of the Devil's Basin Is the Big Wall Dome, a small area that Is controlled principally by the Ohio company, Standard subsidiary. The general leellng is that considerable activity ran be expected in the structure dur- ing the coming summer. Fourteen Producing Fields Northeast of the Big Wall Coulee Is the Howard Coulee, and again north of tbe Howard Coulee Is Flat- willow district. Development is go- ing on in both ot these areas, but up to the present time sufficient depth has not been reached to prove either structure. Northeast of the Flatwll- low. and practically due east of Great Falls and due south ot Maple Creek is the Hold that Is attracting the most attention; that Is the Cat Creek field, The Frantz corporation brought in a well In the early fall. At present there are fourteen producing wells. On the Sunday that we visited the camp the Mid-Northern brought in a twelve hundred barrel well. Since that tima they have brought an eight hundred barrel well. The -total pro- duction of this Held is roughly thirty- five hundred barrels per day. In addi- tion to tbe fourteen producing wells there are twenty-seven or twenty- eight rigs now drilling. This struc- ture Is about one and one-half miles wide and four to five miles long. Tho nil is piped in two and four inch pipe lines to WInnett, and from there transported by rail to tbe refineries in Wyoming. There Is a great deal of activity in Cat Creek Held. Leases are chang- ing hands every now tbe develop- ment is started. A northwesterly ex- tension of the Cat Creek Sid Is tbe FJrush Creek Dome and the Box Elder Dome. Particular attention is now being paid to Brush Creek Dome. Some few wells are drilling and other rigs are assembling preparatory to starting work. New Fields West of Roundup considerable at- tention is being paid to several struc- tures, but for the present the moat of the attention Is being given to the field between the Devil's Basin and tbe Cat though other develop- ment is opening np In the line ex- tending from the Cat Creek to Fort Ilenton. Iu these fields there is con- siderable trade in royalties. A per- son buying the royalty is given s deed to the royalty which Is record Aside from tht work in Mussel- shell and Fergus countitn, the district fact that It was an oil find, for time Intoxicating liquor to an Montana development and its rela-1 reason that as most expressed it, j estimated value of slightly more than tive Importance to future development th. locltlon of th8 6M mlde it more !one j, ,n to to B.C. product if any oi, found. D. .one. who ha. Sss" and particularly to the United States, these conditions have their reflex ac- tion here. Municipalities should place great stress on economy, and this city, said this morning there Is ,e This shoum-be consider- IP-sent time b'ut they west of Great Falls. In the Chouteau field considerable activity is no1 ing place. ed an e: now being tested by the Imperial and Cutler wells south of Pincher Creek and Cardston. Considerable Interest Is being manifested In the structure reaching from Sweet Grass to Shelby, with every likelihood of some tests be- of the old organization are Ing down summer. there in the coming CUSTOMS RECEIPTS JUMP NEARLY 300 PER CENT. Cuatomt racalpta for MM month of January ehowad an Increan of over aa compared with the reeelpta In January 1120. The flgurea were aa agalnat In January 1930. The Sales and Luxury Taxes for tha month amounted to There was only one building permit taken out In city dur- ing thi month, amounting to 1440. In tha correapondlng month last year tha flgurca wart the progress of the modera. tne reducing ot expenditures, this j tlonists. He said the prohibitionists is imperative all the way round. There y action at the are which wi" DB nice might make shape of public build- some, move before the moderatlonists etc- before these are start- conclude their campaign. should be made absolutely cer- tain that the money is there to pay for them. "My advice" said Mr. Win- "to all my friends is keep your tall up and your expenses down." Referring to the present beautiful weather prevailing, Mr. Winslow re- marked, "I do not remember ever having been in Lethbridge in the win- ter time, and 1 am not sure whether Several petitions, the Herald was told this morning, have been in clrcn- days. the This campaign. past tew appears, Is Good Bread, But- ter and Milk Are Perfect Foods Phone us and we will deliver you the good butter and milk, Crystal Dairy Phone 1576. LIMITED gcnral all over the province and ef- forts are being made to get twenty thousand names on It before the peti- tion goes to tha provincial govern- ment. it Is winter tine now." Although no has been _ glvan, It It practically certain the! petitions will ba ready (or tho coming Roy Cunnhjgham, 38, railway con- session of tha legislature In Edrnon- ductor. of Spokane, Wash., was dash- ton. Bo far aa Lathbrldge petl- ed five Boors to death, down the atair- tion U concerned, the Herald under- well of the Empress hotel, during a stands today It bean In the neighbor- drunken fracas that occurred on the hood ot three thousand Mines. fifth floor. Major Jack Ross Chapter, i. o. D. E. MASONIC HALL On THURSDAY, FEB. 3rd BLUE BIRD ORCHESTRA. REFRESHMENTS SERVED, TICKETS EACH. Anyone wishing Invitations, ptene 618. Half of the proceeds of thia dance will be given to the Navy League. TOX MO PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 5-e Acadla Bulldlnf 112 Third Avenue South Thsy Arc Here! Our I32I MLPflPER PATTERNS They are unique; none just like them. They are exclusive; cannot be bought elsewhere in the city. They are artistic in design, selected with care. If you are contemplating redecorating your rooms it will pny you to see some of these patterns. Tap2stries, New Tweed. Willow Weave and Marble effect. You may look these over and it will not cost you a cent. CALL US UP CALL US UP The Pyramid Decorating Co. E. L Copelsnd Phone 1903 516 12th St. South. E. R. Kent Phone 1547 CARRY GUNS; SEEMS TO BE CASE OF "DOO EAT DOC" Bootlegging across the bor- der has to tho carrying ot guna by the bootleggers not so much to be used against tha police but from protection from one another, to keep the boose from boiug stolen. Nearly every bootlegger carries a spurious sheriff's badge, which he uses to call on the other fellow to stand and deliver, and so to got away with the liquor. Carnegie Library Site Chosen; In Gait Gardens Opposite Sixth Street S. The for the new Carneile Lfcrary HM determined by tlvi Library ownmlttta. It li to be plaoad In Gait right opposite sixth street It will face Third avenue, with steps leadlnf to it from thi sidewalk when the cement tntranci to tha Gardens IB at pment. Wrlttan parmltalon hit baan obtalnid'from tha C.P.R. for aractlng the library on tha tlta chosen. In tha location cheian tha alta of tha library ta nM only a tral ona for all parts cf tha city, and glvan but In Ita Idaal altu. athm will maat with tha approval of tha citizens. Tha fact of tha Una patting by lt> doora will maka H vary eanvanlant of access. Tha library will ba built on the plant aubmltttd by tha Carnaglc Contra. tlon, and will be In operation next year. more at J.30 p.m. Wednesday and will arrive tn Lethbridge about o'clock. Returning, tha train will leave Leth- bridge at 11 o'clock that night. By this meant tie Blairmore hockey team expect to bring with them be- tween two and hundred (ant. Blairmore fans will come to E- s- Estlin, Natural Gat Commis- brldge Wednesday afternoon In a sue-! Ontario, hat retlgneil. cla! train composed of three or four I _____ _ _ _____ coaches. Announcement of the com- pletion of theso arrangements was made in the general offices of the C. P. R. here today. The tpeclal train will leave Blair LLOYD GEORGE WILL VISIT PALEBTINI LONDON, Kab. Lloyd Ooorpi will visit Palestine the coming spring, according to a report published la Evening Standard. The premier, Uw report steles, hts accepted an Invita- tion from Sir Herbert SunsoL Brit- ish high commfatkmer ia to make the trip. BREAD LIKE MOTHER'S Who is there that dcwsn't like a good piece of Bread, It It Is made with the right flavor and in a sanitary way? QUAKER BREAD Is, and It't to your liking. It has met with wide favor and will please yon just as It has pleased others. It's as good as it looks. John Gi'more Ltd. Bikers of Quaker Bread. PHONE The "pure food" store carries groceries of super- ior quality and daily gives the housekeeper the op- portunity to practice economy. Our quality and prices show up well in the limelight of investigation. GECX KERR CO. FAMILY QKOCERa, PHONES 14S3 AND 1MB, You must hive health on your side to get ahead. A spine that is frequently aligned prevents disease. See me today. SMITH and SMITH THE CHIROPRACTORS 2N SHERLOCK PHONES 1177, 144t. Welcome, Visiting Blacksmiths We Extend a Hearty Invitation to all members of tfie Craft to go through our Warehouse, and make Our Office your Headquarters while in the City. DO NOT FAIL TO LOOK US UP Western Canada Hardware Company, Limited 1216 1st Av S. ;