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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Wiiidsor Mt 11.25 Day Hotel In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHIN IN LtTMiHIOOt He Dulliu Hotel It tht Beet and Molt mm titf RESULTS OF faylor Milling Elevator Company. Limited COMPETITION The Big Loaf at the Fair weighed 26 IBs., 9 ozs. ONLY ONE COMPETITOR GUESSED THE EXACT WEIGHT Mrs. W. D. Sangster Magrath, Alta. Wins the Prize of The total number of guesses made was 1951. Southern Alberta Grown Red and Black Currants We will have some the latter part ol this and then as loiig as. the season lasts. 11 jou something lonllj liist class let us lime your order, for sonic ol those. Put up in square baskets same as Plumb. You can .yet nothing liner or Ircsher than these Cm units. Red and Black Haspbcrrics aie coming in fine, although the season will not last very nuicln longer Sour Kul Chuues aie also coming m fine. We are to have another shipment on Fiidav of this w.'ck may be the last of these cxtia fine Cherries. i Kcnora Blnebeuies start in a We get our Fresh Fruits irom the gio-ncis so you art sure ol gelling even thing lii-sh at the lowest possible figuie. Office: PhoUCl271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 5Z5 HAIL INSURANCE Farmers' Mutual carries it at cost, and you pay in October Alberta Block. M. P. JOHNSTON COMPANY. Phone 651. P. O. Box 208. The high cost of liv- iug solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe Full Dinner from 12 to 2 Pie and Coffee Short Orders at .all hours- It will cost you only ?2.IM a dayv a week to spend your vacatjou at..... Hotel Outlet Proctor, B. C. The Tourist and Fishing Resort of the FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS'COOHtS When You're Hungry you'll be satisfied if you Eat At The Commercial Oyster and Chop House Beside Robertson's Book Store Fifth Street South. Barbershop OPPOSITE NEW ARLING- _1 TON HOTEL 4th Street. Shave................10c Neck 'Shave Hair Cut ..............-25c Singe .................15c AJI. Tonics ...........'..05c Shampoo ..............25c Sea Foam ..............15c Face Massage ...........2Sc Lemon Egg Shampoo..35c RAZORS HONEO .All Work Guaranteed Business Hours S p.m. N. HARMON THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for mater- nity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious ?and charges according to the cir- ;cumstances of the pattenU Poor patients cared for free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also -provided. For further partic- ulars apply to the Nursing Mis- 'sion 1414 7tu Avenue South. Phone 1233. (Miss) A. M. Tiiiey, Supervicnr. (Mist) M. A, MacKay, Grad. Nune. (Miss) J. Mackenzie, Grad. Nurse. Good Buys 50 feet, 6th Avenue South be- tween, 12th and I3th Streets, .10 acre Irrigated Garden Tract can be purchased for half price. illouaes to nent. Money (o Loan POWSLLY MULHtRN I.ANi- Calgary, Alta.. July1 'Al- bertan today says: Is there to be an octupus of the cii fields? The report was irr circula- tion last night that several companies, occupying most strategical positions both as lo finances and as to lease- might be concerned in a large amalgamation. The affect- ed to bs the Herron- Elder.'-tlie C.A.P., the Alberta Petro- leum, the Okotoks company, and large company in the process of or- ganization. .As the story goes, the merger' would control over acres of choice oil holdings, much of which would be inside of the "blue" of the Dowling survey of the Domin- ion geological department. Aside from the local petroleoerats interests and Califor- Ris capitalists are said to be concern- ed in the big merger. The scheme is said to contemplate .n extensive development campaign, with eight or ten strings of tools in operation in various sections of, the district. The story could not be confirmed last night. It is understood, however, that .nil tiie directorates of the com- panies held star chamber ses- sions yesterday, hut none of the vari- ous directors seen would talk. President Robert L.. Shaw, of'the Herrbn-Elder, was seen Just before his departure for Edmonton last night. "Is there any -truth in this story o' he was asked. .W. D. replied the near-cabinet minister, as he disap- peared Into the sleeping car. Mr. Outman was interviewed. "Perhaps C. A. Owens could tell you said Mr. Outman. Owens said It was possible that something of the kind was contemplat- ed, he suggested that W .H. McLaws might .lie willing to talk about'tho merger. But the legal wazard of tho local petroleum world was not to ho found, and tho merger mystery remains un- solved. WEATHER .14. Lethbridge, cloudy. Edmonton, fair Saskatoon, cloudy Regina, ciear Portage, clear Red Deer, cloudy. Calgary, fair Macleod. clear Macleod, clear Medicine Hat, cloudy Brandon, fair clear Port Arthur, fair llr Meather in Manitoba and Sas kaUhenan has been warm while Uoerta it has been somewhat cooler. Light scattered; showers hava fallen, cliiefiy in Manitoba FORECAST: Western Provinces Fresh western winds, a few scattered shoiers but mostl) flue ana model-] atel} warm toda) and on Thursdai 76 58 11' 51 79 58 88 51 S3 02 76 56 .IS 73 51 73 51 SO 57 82 60 81 56 86 78 76 5S CITY AND DISTRICT Hangman' at MacUod Arthur Ellis, who .officiated at the hanging of John Krafchenko in Win- nipeg, will be the executioner at Mac- leod, when the men found .guilty' of the murder at Exshaw, pay the death penalty Masonic Notice A regular meeting of Lethbridge Lodge No. 3D will be held on Thurs- day, July 16, at 8 p.m. sharp, in the Masonic Visitors -welcomed. A Popular Officer Sergeant Cooper of-the n.N.W.M.P. has been transferred from Carman- gay to Plncher Creek, being succeed- ed' by Corporal Searles of Pincher Creek. Before leaving Carmangay, Sergeant Cooper was banquetted by the citizens, and presented with a club bag. Telephone Your Drug Stationery 'Requirements To 555 Many during these hot days, prefer to-not come down town.to'shcp. We have provided "by-having a very prompt delivery sys tern. Siinply telephone your to ,655 and we will see that you'-get them promptly, and thaCyou shall be thor- oughly satisfied. our prompt de- livery is always at your ser- vice. The Red Cross, Drug Book Co., Limited St. Mary's Sunday school will hold an icecream social in St. Mary's par- ish-hall at S o'clock tonight. Knox congregational meet- ing; tonight to nominate elders. A large attendance.desired. ill B. TV CouriciT Tomorrow The regular weekly. luncheon and council meeting of the Lethbridge j Board of Trade will be held as usual tomorrow at the Lethbridge Hotel, where a good dinner is always as- sured. There are some special mat: ters of importance to come up, and all the members are requested to at- tend. Looking Over Copper Properties C. C. Mahon and R> Smith of Ta- her, who have some valuable copper mining properties in the Glacier dis- trict, left last night for a tour of their ho-itlings. They will embark by auto- mobile from Cardston. Mr. Mahon is a graduate geologist, and intends for indications of oil while on tour. Oil Interest In Spokane Fred Stone, president of the Dia- mond Drill Cpntracting Co. of Spok- ane, was a visitor In the city yester- day, with H. E. Miebach, at the Leth- bridge Hotel. The Diamond Co. is well known in this district, as they opened the Kipp and Royal coal pro- perties, and drilled the 3000-foot well for tli-3 Canadian Northwestern OW Co. at Pincher Creek. Mr. Stone has secured several drilling contracts in the Okotoks and Calgary, flaids. He states that Spokane men are much Interested in the Alberta oii fields, especially those In the Flat- head and Coutts-Sweet Grass districts. To Report on Cardston Properties B. J-. ]-'ine, mining engineer-.ant! oil expert, accompanied by W. B, Payne, a, director in the recently organized Ranchmen's Oil Gas Co., Cal- gary; arrived, in the city this ihorn- !hg, and will leave tonight to spend a few days in the'Cardston oil fields. If the judgment of Mrv.Fine is favor- company will likely acquire some lio'idings in the1 south fields, with a view to drilling. Mr. Payne would give out 110 information..con- cerning Hie company, but stated .that fionio of tho proniiJlBiit southern ranchers were interested.' It is the purpose .of the men behind the scheme to use their owh .resources-in devel- opment "work. Gee! If you waiit'your feet to feel and comfortable in spite of hot REXALL FOOT POWDER If ycu don't flnd it grateful re- lief for tired, money cents; J. D. Higinbotham and Co., Limited THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this .Column should reach this. Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication CITY AND DISTRICT Wages Cases Numerous Another wages case occupied the at- tention of the police magistrate this morning New School "St. Basil's" Work oh. the ne'w Separate school, hich Is-to be'called "St. is proceeding with all possible haste, and the first tstbrey is now practically fin- ished. Named After Postmaster A post, office has been opened at Gahern, sec. 30, twp. 4, range S west of the 4th, with H. G. Ahern as post- m'aster. Wrentham to Have Post Office Instructions -have been issued for the establishment of a.post office at Wrentham, on ,the Le thb ridge-Wey burn line-! C. B. Perkins has been appointed postmaster. Convention at Edmonton A convention, of the church of Christ in. Alberta -was held at Ed- monton. 0. B. Stockford of Okotoks president, and ,T. H. Mil- ler, Champion, and C. S. Farrow, Lethbridge, were amongst those ap- pointed to the Board of Management, Dr. Spencer Here on Visit Rev; Dr. Spencer, who had charge of the First Baptist church prior to the coming'of Rev. D. Uoss, is in the city today.' The Doctor is now field secretary for Okanagan College, Sum- merland, B.C., a Baptist college, but considered practically interdenomina- ;tiohal.- He is on a tour of Southern Alberta and eastern B. C. looking for possible students. Dr. Spencer will preach in his old 'church ,the First Baptist, on Sunday morning, and on Sunday evening win occupy the pulpit of Fifth avenue Baptist church. While in Lethbridge Dr. Spencer is staying at the home of Miss Saunderg, corner of Sixth avenue and Sixth street South. Facts About the Rain Intermittent, but mighty good, and thoroughly That is the way Supt. Fairfielri sized up the re- cent shower visitations today. A goodly amount fell today, the total up to 2 o'clock being .35. On Monday the fall was .28, instead of ,08. The fall has been general, in showers, and most of the crops that managed to weather the dry spell, 'will have enough moisture' now lo guarantee well-filled heads and solid" kernels. The rain has done practically .no of being implicated in the alleged nois-' damage to the hay in the district east of the city. Mr. Fafrfield states that the majority of the alfalfa is already in the stack, and very little of the timothy is down. The alfalfa crop is one.of the best in years, and the farm- ers are looking for good prices this fall. CITY AND DISTRICT Remanded'for Trial Gilbert Rogers of Coaldale was yes- terday remanded for trial on a charge oning of certain hogs belonging to 0.1 T. Lathron. ".Ino. R: Palmer appeared for the accused, and W. S. Ball for the prosecution. The preliminary hearing was held before Inspector Lindsay, J.P. Try a Sack Then You'll Know You Will Enjoy Your Meal THE- Lethbridge Hotel Cafe WHILE LISTENING.TO THE fc Orchestra at Lunch and Dinner MENU AND PRICES TO SUIT EVERYBODY SPEND YOUR VACATION AT Waterton Lakes Southern'AlllcTln's famous Summer Resort, with 18 miles oi' Navigable Water lor _ 'Launches and Row Boats Good Trout Fishing Additional accommodation at tho new Lake Hotol. (Rales and per day) Siiiyo leaves King ard IIolcl al Pin- chcr Cieek every morning Jor tlie Lakes. i Wesley Sunday School EXCURSION Coleman and Crow's Nest Wednesday, July RETURN FARE: Adults 10 Train leaves 7.20 a.m. New Fire Extinguisher Representative R. R. S'iedding gave a' demonstration of the Pyrcne Fire Extinguisher before Fire Chief Manly, George W. Grcon and others, at the Ellison mills this morning. Burning boxes were played on with the quart gun after gasoline had been poured on them. Thc> Chief exprenaed him- self as satisfied with the demonstra- tion, and stated that in his opinion Pyrene did good work in extinguish- ing incipient gasoline, kerosene or.el- ectric fires. The fluid will not injure motors, clothing.or any material. The II. T. Henderson garage liavo taken the local-agency. BUSINESS LOCALS For sidewalks, basement work, wat- ier cisterns, or septic tanks, see Car- Board of Health The Hoard of Health met yesterday afternoon In a postponed regular ses- sion. Routine business was all that occupied the attention of the guard- ians of the city's .health. Congratu- lations, were received from the depart- ment of Agriculture on the city's in- itiative advantage of the Dominion government aid in connec- tion 'with the eradiration of uovlne, tuberculosis by means of the tuber- culin iurntehed by the govern- ment, Letifr ridge enjoys Aha. 'fflia- tinctlon.of bfiing the first city in Ca- nada' to 'embrace, this opportunity, which was brought to the attention of, the Health Board' by Medical Health Officer DeVebcv. As soon as the city has convinced the department that it (B duly empowers! London, 11, f The amending hill nou imssed all its stages in the House of Lords If it be corn- pared the bill as originally; 'pre- Lord Crcvi-e, it contains clauses against the original nine, ami with drastically altered prousuW regarding the time limit of exclusion, administration of such areas, position the judiciary, re- serve foiccs, constabulary sever- al other] matters If the' two bills would he found that the amending bill is virtually1 a :new.bill. Phone HIS. by'" law to control tho dairies Biiilply- Thfi ;high coat -of living solved by ,ng ,n thc teats bff Mo ihfl S for antl a representative of 10 ceitLs. 'Short orders at all veterinary Keneral's -dopnrtraoii'L' will proceed to take them in hand. The general., story from Westmins- ter today is that the politicians are once more ieeling optimistic, is difficult io perceive in terial aspect the position has chang- ed over night. The. complete absence of hostile acts in connection with Ihe celebration of tlic 13'tll in t'lster doubtless allords politicians some ground for breathing more Ircely. Important Notice During the construction of the Thirteenth street subway, for the next few days the waterworks depart- ment will be forced to cut off inch main feeding North Lethbridsp. Commissioner Grace, quests that residents of the north.aide refrain from lawn and j-arden'.spring- ing for a fe'w days, in order that wji- ter pressure may bev maintained. List Your Oil Leases With Us i i We nave a number of inquiries, particularly; at 'Jess than per acre. Call or phone R. V. Gibbons Co. Phone 1191 Balmoral Block ;