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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY THE LETHBRIDGE UAILi HfcftALD PAGE SEVEN CRUDE OILS Limited, Calgary, Alberta Non-Personal Liability Non-Assessable AUTHORIZED CAPITAL Shares at Par Value Per Share For a Short Time Only a Limited Number of Shares Will be Sold PER -f PER SHARE 1 U SHARE HOLDINGS DIRECTORS 320 Acres Quarter Section-Twp. 39, Sec. 2, Rge. 8, W. of 5th Qyarter Section-Twp. 39, Sec. 22, Rge. 5, W.of5tn Fiscal Agents W. A. Duncan Co. 114 New Burns Blk., Calgary PRESIDENT-J. B. Wall Railroad Contractor VICE PRESIDENT- H. R. Swan, Contractor, Calgary MAN DIRECTOR-J. A; Bonnar, Oil Operator and Capitalist DIRECTOR-R. Maxwell, Manager .Ulster Linen Co.; Calgary Parker Shows All Open Tonight Admission to grounds FREE After 6 P.M. OLD BOY A Boy Said He Would Shoot if Placed Under Arrest, and Did So 'John, N. B., July O'Leary, a policeman appointed for special duly under the direct order of H: K. McLennan, commissioner of Safety, was shot by a thug this morning, and now lies at the point ot death in the General Public Hospital. Howard J. Mowatt's drug store was entered last night and in cash including S50 receipts of post office taken. O'Loary was looking for hurglars and clues led to Jack Bratter, a sevenieeii- year-olli youth, whom he located near in Clarence street. O'Leary placed the young man under arrest, him of the charge against him. The prisoner 'admitted the truth of the charge, but told the policeman that he would shoot if placed under arrest, and did so. Sole Agents for Southern Alberta MITFORD AND COMPANY, Lethbridge, Alberta, .Please buy for me...................shares ot the PERSEUS CRUDE LTD. stock for which I enclose I understand the 'Company is incorporated, with a ca-pitaJ stock of divided into shares, of a par inlue of one -dollar each fully- paid aud CoreAer nou-assessable. Send me your >eceipt by return mail and my certificate of stock as sdoii aa possible. Name Street................................. Address................................... Lethbridge will the b'est there is in theatricals this winter. Sena- tor :bbugheed and C. F. of Winnipeg, have decided to spend ?5r 000 on the ,-lUajestic Theatre anil when the is the build-t ing will have a much different ap- pearance. The front will be changed, the inferior will be redecorated and new. furnishings will bp installed. A and cloak room Will also [ic added. John Wilson, who managed the thc- t alre for W. B. Sherman, will have charge under the iuiw management. It IK likely the name of the theatre will he changed. The first. at'tractiojiii" under the new management, will lie towards the end of August. FELL OFF LOW Pincher Crrek, July ..serious nci-ident occurred-near Lumltu'eck on Monday last, when Siami Lighthaut was over-balanced from his wagon load of construction material for the new school, to be built near Hca- ton's. The unfortunate young man at the horses' and the wheel passed over his body, badly crushing one lung, and breaking several ribs. Accompanied hy his parents lie was brought to the Memorial hospital, where he still lies in u precarious condition. Airs, jji'oadwell received word last week of the .death of her mother, ?PIrs. John Miner, at Kingsvillc, Ont., on June 2-1 th. The deceased lady was in her year; and was the wife of John Miner, who had the brick- yard here about seven years ago. Her son, George, will also be remembered here. Much sympathy is extended to Mrs. Broadwell in her bereavement. The Cadets left for camp at Cal- gary on Thursday morning. They were accompanied by their school principal, Mr. Baddome. H. Dupuy and family left on Tues- day last fur Victoria, B. C., lyhere they will take up their abode for a while, it not being settled whether they will return .to Pincher Creek or not. The many friends of Mrs. Or. H. Trick will be glad to learn that since her recent critical operation, she is improving as rapidly as could be ex- pected. Andrew MacLeod will open up a photographic studio in the rear of the building lately; occupied by H. J. Perries, Dan Gray having moved his place of business '-io the front oi the same building Alvih Dixon was in town on. Tues- day after attending the" U. F. A, meeting at Macleod, and also paying a visit to the Experimental farm at Lolhbridge. TiiB store here has been tem- porarily closed, pending the decision of the cwmnistdaiiers, re the granting of a new license to S. A. Tucker. Our leading dog fancier, K. C. has captured .two prizes at the Calgary dog show. third for lim- it hogs, and second for novice bitch- es. A pretty 'TV2S at St. Michael's church on Tuesday morning, June 30lh, when Florence Elizabeth Dapper became the wife ot MODERN every known feature of merit also exclusive McGlary improvements No other furnace equals it; See the McClary dealer or write for booklet. Sold hy Gco. R, Co, Laurence O. Lynch. Hiss M..Dap- per was bridesmaid and Guy Sansom supported the groom. After a sump- tuous breakfast at the King Edward hotel. The young couple left for Cal- garv. On their return they wiir re- side on .Knob Hill, here. A happy wedding took place 'at. Parkland on Thursday, when Miss Dora McKarrel arid J.ohn McFarland of Yarrow1 were united in the holy bonds, of matrimony. Mr. and Mrs.: McFarland left for their honeymoon trip to Banff. The happy couple have many friends here who w.ill extend their "very best-wishes" on their return. SECOND READING AMEDING BILL PASSES 273-108 .London, July House of Lords today passed by 273 to '108, the second: reading of the bill to amend the Irish Home Rule bHK BEACHEY, worW's master air- man, Till fly on aiyi of the Wln- nlptj Exhibition: July ll, 13, H, i; and 18, people watched Bcachcy turn wmmaulu in the eky Chicago, SUCCESSFUL MUSIC PUPILS AT FERNIE Pernie, B.C., July results in the practical eamination held here on May 15, by Dr. H. C.'Perrin, director of music in McGill University, have been received and are as follows: Grade Heleu R. Todd. .'.Grade with distinction: Harold V. Anderson. Passed: Oscar IT. Anderson. Grade Helen T. Kerch- mer. Grade with distinction: fettle M. Ingrain. Passed: Jfary E. Murphy, Dr. Perrin congratulated JVIiss West of tills city on the successful way in which she had prepared these pupils for this examination. STOCKYARDS REGINA Regina, Sask., Ju'ly estab- lishment of municipal stock yards in Regina is a'recommendation, that will be brought before the city council to- morrow night. Eighty .acres of city- owned property on the north side of the city will be recommended as a site for the industry. The approximate in- itial expenditure will be EveryWoman and ought to use occasionally, a proper remedy -for the headache, backache, languor, nervousness and depress- ion to which she may be subject These troubles and others are symptoms .of debil- ity and poor circulation, caused by indigestion or 'constipation are at onco safe, certain and convenient They clear the system end purify the blood.' They ort a general tonic effect and insure good health and etrehgth, DO that all the bodily organs do their natural work without causing suffering. Every worr.an of tho thousands who hayo trieu icnows that Bcechum's' Pills act VtforSEi a a will. Fair Week AT THE FOOT TOGGERY Men's Women's and Children's Summer Shoes all Going at Greatly Reduced Prices Men's Oxfords (All Reg. up to for Women's Canvas Oxfords and Pumps 95c Women's (All Leather) Oxfords and Pumps. Reg. up to for Women's Oxfords and Pumps, Reg. up to for Children's Low Cut Shoes, Special at 10 per cent Discount HOSIERY! HOSIERY! HOSIERY! We are going out of Women's and Children's Hosiery and are giving 33 1-3 per cent discount off all women's and children's lines of Lisle, Cotton and Cashmere for this week. Stock up now Foot Specialist During Fair Dr. Vermilyea will be with 'us Thursdays and Friday. Consultations free. See advertisement Wednesday We have the Goods that make bargains for you W. J. NELSON CO. Sherlock Block 620 3rd Ave. S. WOOL EXHIBIT MAKES FINE DISPLAY The wool display exhibited by the live stock branch of the Dominion De- partment of Agriculture at the Wes- tern Fairs this' summer serves to bring the importance of the sheep and wool industries of this country Very prominently hofore the public. It was prepared and arranged by Mr. T. Keg. Arkcll, Chief of the Sheep and Goat Division of the Branch, as- sisted by Messrs. Stansneltl and [I. V, %nt, who are in charge of the exhibit in the West. Representative fleeces and specimens of all Canadian grades of wop.l are shown. The American and British systems of classilicatiwi are coni- 3arcd by means of samples with the Canadian and the technical terms used in both instances correlated with the latter and fully explained. Most 01 the important classes of New Zealand, Australian, South Am- erican and South African wools are included and there is a'very complete collection of foreign and domestic wools employed for the manufacture of carpets. The types of wool prpr duced by the most prominent breeds raised in Canada are represented by llecccs as well as small samples so arranged as to sliow the character and staple. The processes of woollen and wor- sted manufacture arc illustrated by samples representing the products from the wool in the grease to the finished clqth. These serve to give the public ail idea of the types of wool that criter into the different classes oE fabrics. One of the niqst. interesting and nsUuclive features comprises sam- ples of wool in both the- greasy and scoured product showing the injurious effects of paint, of tying fleeces with twine, of shearing wool while damp or permitting it to become wet during storage and ,qf clmfi and straw in fleeces. Wools, in order to command the highest prices upon tho market, must be presented in a care- iuily rolled anil packed .condition and contain as little foreign matter as possible. Carelessness in preparing Canadian wool has resulted in in- jury to its reputation upon tfae world's niarkets. pur wools, veil ireparcd in a cleanly fashipn, will compete favorably with classes of similar'' nature grown anywhere in the world. Models' of cheep barns, feeding ,racks nmi: irQUglisy and dipping outfits, aro n.lso included, and breed type is shown iy Tiilargcil photographs of sheep representing very closely the ideal for ouch'hrc'cd. Several instructive bulle- tins ujion, sV'Cfip hiisltatidry .topics wcfUcn If Mr. T. Reg. Arkell aro distributed at the exhibit to., those interested in these The ex- hibit is artistically decorated and forms an attractive asset i-> the fair. Owing to an unavoidable conflict with the Winnipeg Fair, it will be necessary for this display, to leave Lethbridge before the actual closing of the Exhibition. Consequently it would ho advisable for all interested parties to visit the exhibit" at ah early date. PROMOTION FOR HINTON Toronto, Ont, July is expect- ed in ''railway circles here that W. P. H in ton of Winnipeg, assistant passen- ger traffic manager of Grand Trunk Pacific, will shortly be ap- pointed pasaeiiger 'of j th a entire Grand Trunk Railway sys- tem. MEASURE TO RE'FQRM LORDS THIS SESSiON London, July Asquith stated in the House of Commons'that the proposals for the reforming .of the House of Lords would be presented to the Commons before the end of this session. SUFFRAGETTES DISTURB SERVICES IN WESTMINSTER London, July aufrra-. gettes dislvubetl the services in. West- minster Abbey jesteiday. The Bishop of London came out against forcible feeding. Burning The Midnight Oil 'HE thinker knows that a light, easily digested and assimilated food is conducive to hard mental work. His knowledge of what is good for him leads straight to Be sureat the rigftt iigflHttura ;