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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGEFOUH TIIE L E TII B RIPGE DAILY HEHALP FRIDAY, lUtY 9, 1915 leijbbrfoge DAILY RATES: Mly, delivered, per year by mill, year or mail, por year.. fELEPHONES; Busings Office............... Editorial Offloe W. A, Buchanan llsnagiiu'Dlrector BusineM Msnas" ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR Tha great Teuton drive towards Warsaw, which was expected by the Germans to culminate very on has operated or. the monarch. PRINCE YUSUP IZZED DIN Nominated as regent of Turkey OK- u to illness of the Sultan. lointment is opposed. The ap- WOGO TAMKOSITSCH Germans say he is the of the areat war, anal in a sense this is so. man He war, ana s credited "with being the man plotted' the Sarajevo assassina- mdepcnd- nt Labor cana. 'Wilfred F. Miller, .proprietor ot the oldirean, hotrt, was killed n an t on Mahalat wo po tion He is specifically named In Austria's ultimatum to, Serbia as one of the Serbian officers whose trial Austria wished to conduct, this using the rock on which negotiations broke. Tarakositsoh is now a major in the II Stewart, formerly general manager ot the Bank, ,s Canada uvilitia eported to be French" regiment. While in he -was much .interested in George Joseph Smith, who a London, cruelly slaying 'three oi his .wives while they were in their baths was sentenced: to death by Justice Scrut- ton. Serbian army.. thentio picture." now This is his first au Those-killed in the eiplc-sion the Canadian, Explosives plant at Beloil Quooec, were Captain J.. Murray of Montreal, superintendent oi "he company; Elmer G Brown superintendent of the cordite sect on at Beloeil; Raoiil geloei Richard Meyer, Beloeil Will- iams and Bertha Beloeil. WHEN HOT DAYS COME The Happy Coolness of Montserrat Lime Fruit Juice This healthful golden juice, with its snappy fruity, aromatic flavor, is a was i summer necessity as .well as a sum- -t I mar luxury. It -keeps you well, it ones vou good, it supplies the pure fruit aoid that the system needs. Else why is it supplied tor the British Government in sucli large quantities to the Navy and the Expeditionary forces? The reason is, it keeps peo- ple healthy and is a most satisfying cooling beverage for a hot day. Montsarrat Lime Fruit Juice is refin ed from cultivated Limes grown in the beautiful island of 'Montserrat. All leading druggists and grocers have the.genuine Montserrat the Trademark Is Your Safeguard Ask for Blue Ribbon and make sure you get it. It stands for the highest grade of tea. Blslnly. A Great Success! KEEL'S DRASTIC PRICE-CUTTING SALE and often. PAXA'MA HATS AND STRAWS Genuine South American .Pana- mas that will keep your head cool in these hot da.vs. We have them in various styles: and Values SALE PRICE..... Straw Hat SALE PRICE..... Straw Hats SALE PRICE Soft and Stiff Hats and Values SALE PRICE...... Values SALE PRICE Men's Fine Suits Young Men! We are the Sole Agents for ,nj IK System' finest clothing made in your A wide r'ni, and coloring received Just prjor to the openlno of this sale; sixes to ,fIt every build. 130.00 values; Sale values; Sale -SI7.85 values; Sale Price. Special lot of Men's Tweed Suits, values; Price FLORS1TEIM OX- FORD SHOES Black or Tan 56.00 and Values SALE PRICK 1.95 'Men's Fine Shoes Values SALE PRICE Values SALE PRICE Values SALE PRICE Oxford Shoes SALE PRICE 53.35 54.35 53.45 Men's Work Shoes 54.00 Sale Price So.QO Values- Sale Price Values- Sale Price 56.00 Values; 12 inch tops. Sale Price 57.50 Values; 12 inch tops. Sale Price JJ M Men's 0 dtl Pants 15 1.95 Men's Working Shirts In Blue. Black, Brown and Grey last colors; 51.25 values; QCn Sale Price P3C Values- Sale Price Values- Sale Price S5.50 Values- Sale Price ?G.5Q Values-- Sale Price 53.50 Corduroy Pan Sale Price S5.00 Corduroy Pants Sale Price Rain Coats Values- C19 fig Sale Price Sale Price 510.50 Values- Sale Price Suit Cases Men's Hosiery 15c 25c 35c 45c Seamless and in all sizes and colors. 25 Cent HOSE SALE PRICE 35 cent HOSE SALE PRICE 50c CASHMERE HOSE SALE PRICE 75c and SILK HOSE SALE PRICE Men's Silk Ties 50c Values SALE PRICE 75c and Values SALE PRICE....... HSU. Bathing Suits Values, Men's SALE PRICE OUU 60c Values, Boys SALE ERICE 33.25 Values SALE PRICE Values SALE PRICE SALE PRICE Values SALE PRICE NOTE THESE UNDERWEAR VALUES Balbriggan and Porous Underwear 65c Values .SALE PRICE Union Suit: PRICE Union SALE PRICE Men's Work Gloves Valuest Gauntlets SALE PRICE Val. Gauntlets f4 SALE PRICE I Travelling Trunks 45c S5c Men's -'Suspenders "Chester" and 65c and 75c.values SALE .PRICE 'President" 40c Values SALE PRICE Values SALE PRICE 40c Men's 'iCambric iHandkerohiel's 10c Values SALE PRICE 5c Thousands of Men's Shirts including Arrow, Monarch. and other well known makes. Uon't fail to stock up while these tremendous cut prices Values SALE PRICE Values C4 AK SALE PRICE I Night Wear Gowns ft 1C SALE PRICE and Pyjama C1 QR Suits, Sale price I LKEElIOliver Block New Regulation for Mines of Alberta Passed .The following new regulations re- garding plans of mines have 'been Uasedf by: the provincial government, and came into effect on July -ist: 1 After the first day of July, 1915, all plans required to be kept in ac- cordance with the provisions of The Mines Act shall be' made of durable material and shall be prepared or under of. a person holding a certificate as Mine ,Sur- veyor granted under. The Mines Act 2 person shall prepare or allowed to prepare any such plan un- less 'he is the liolderVot a certificate is Mine Surveyor granted under The as Mine suivejui Mines 4ct or unless he is acting un der the supervision of some person tho is the holder of a certlHcate, as Mine Surveyor granted under The no case shall a cert.ficate be ranted to any applicant until he has satisned the Board of Examiners (i) He has at least two practical experience in the of mines or is the holder of a diploma scienline mining traming af ter a course of study of at least two years at an educational institute ap proved ;by the minister, or a degree in scientific and mininB I je-ta at a university to approved, I (fl) He is competent (a) To make an accurate surrey of the workings of a coal mine to connect such survey with i surface (b) 'TO make accurate levelllnn, (c) To plot accurately surreys ind (ill) He has glren satisfactory vit- ence of his sobriety and general good conduct. 4 Where the workings of any mini have approached xyithii- two thousand r jf producing natural gas .or oil, tile owner, manager oi such mine shall keep Jn. the. office at the mine a correct plan; of the mine or copy thereof on the some scale as the plan then' used at the mine showing the position of said borehole or bore- holes in relation to the workings oi the mine and said plan shall also show the projected workings and a copy of said plan shall be forwarded to the Chief Inspector of Mines not later than the Thirty-first day of January in each year. 5 Each plan required to be kept in accordance with the provisions o[ The Mines Act shall have inserted on it the tiate on which the last survey was made and the signature of the person making such survey ii such person is the-, holder of. a' certificate as Mine Surveyor and if he is then by the certified 'person, under whose supervision the plan is prepar- certiflcate authorizing any (I Jl CGI lilllUiltr person to act as Mine Surveyor may ,je granted to such, person..without examination il the Board of Ajiamiti- ers reports that he hasxthe necessary experience and provided application is made for such certificate before the first day of September, 1915. 7 I-Ivery person who violates -any, rule or regulation under The Mines -Act 'shall be; guilty, of an offence aeainst The Mines Act and liable to the- penalties and obligations impos- ed by the said Act. feet of any borehole drilled tor the purpose natural ut oil> or tot th6 Wt0" ORVILLE WRIOHT AmericaB aviator whom the Daily Mall wants to be calted In Brltaiu's adviser on military Try You'll want more! ;