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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta DEADLOCK IS FEARED IN PIG CONFERENCE Delay in Announcement of Tomonow's Conversation Caused is Not Breaks Into Game to Do a Little Breaking Up Herself July I he abstmi- of the hitherto prompt announcement (hat the ton usations Will bo u tunifd icmiorrov, at (he adjournment of todaj's Home Rule conference it Buckmsflam Palace, gcneralH accepted as an indication that their efforts, to find n solution tad failed The extreme pommnm anil the an of a definite up of the twiference were not justified lion as later in ihe an announcement as made that the con ferencc uouW continue their discus srons tomorrow Ihe delaj had caused a gieat deal of misgiving" The meeting a little more pro traded than the" previous one It attended Premier AsquHli and Chancellor ol the Llojd George ifpresonting the Oov nnment Vnureir Bonar and the Marquis of or the re- gular Conservative opposition John B Redmond anil John Dillon of the Irish Nationalists and Sir Edward Carson1 and Captain James Craig o! the Ulster anti Home Kulern The crucial question of the area w be excluded from the control of par liament in Dublin under tie Irish Home Rule measure was the chief subject of discussion After the ad journment Premier Vsquith Mas in audience for ten minutes Kith King George John Redmond and John Dillon drove direct froih the palace to Donning street where lunched Llotd George A DEADLOCK London Julf third ses r.iu. u? the Rule conference of tbdrlepdpiB of the Liberal Conserva Irish Nationalist and Ulster ITn Jomst parties, called together bv King GeSrge was held todaj at Buckingham Palace meeting Ihe opm ion aeSmrf to becomeT general tha-i; a deadlock hes bf'en reached hj the confeiees and thai the possibility of a settlement hail almost bUtF ON JOB militant suiirajtette caused a lit tie diversion rushing- out of the crowd and through the gates of Buck iiiglum Pala e ton Mils the visitors entrance i here she threw a at a window The missile fell short She stumbled and fell before she had got much furthci on her journej and was captured ttj tht police MME. CAILLAUX, ON WHOM LONG STRAIN IS BEGINNING TO TELL ENTERS FOURTH LAST DAY OF TR1AU MME. FIRST I WIFE, WILL TESTIFY IS GOOD Noted Geologist Makes Encouraging Report on Oil Indications South-east of Oils Inside the May Have to Driji Deeper Than Segur Dr. Gustav Gosmann, Ph.IX, K-..M. onu of ihu foremost geologisin at. pre- sent ensured in research in province, cays that.the Sweet Grass field is a very likely one. Dr. Groasnian spent four da s in the S eel Gi ss tt i i r'y. Thinks Prospects on the Whole Are Good--0girv.e Mill Head Also Cheerful GALT GARDENS IN MOVIES Vice-President, George of the Canadian Pacific, armed in the ciU >csterday in time to a mov- ing picture of his special takbn as it crossed the famous hig bridge the likeness he thrown on screen in the, Canadian Pacific Hall at the Panama Pacific Exposition in San Franueco ntvt jear Mr Bur} came in from the east on 511, stopping onlj ten minutes to al low a change" of 'engines before leav 1 aris Julj 23 Louis VI banel b tourt where Mine taillaux wife of the former going trial for the murder of G'aston Calmctle (tiitoi of the uas as crowded as when fourth session started fh main had .come to see Joseph Caillaux con- fronted with tor bier Premier Louis Barthou. who had-been subpoenaed as K witness. The testimonv was to he concluded Mme.-CaiHaiix, wife of former Premier Caillaux of France, on trial for the murder'of M Calmette editor of the Figaro on the right Paul ex minister of finance und M Labon the eminent French coun se[ defending her, on the left. Today is the fourth day of the Mme. Caillaux trial for the defence would, it, was an probably be matte late in todav with the eudence of M Bai I nounctd thou and Mint Bertht Guetdan da; first wife of M Ciillaux Mine Cailhuv too! her place HI :oiiiheast Leihbridge, and hic'i holds Is tn which is southeast Letnondgi his report to the HounOary Oils, [ited. a local concern :omc of the best leases, counigiui 'Caillaux and .his. friend, Pascal Cec- calds, had''visited the prisoner before the hearing he0an 1hev found that] the. long-strain, was beginning to tell The arguments 01 Procurator C en i HIP prisoner s enclosure ptirctuallj at on her and that she felt i! cral Jules Herbaux foi the piosccu noon Ten iri- -c i the but she showed termination to face tion ind of 1 ernand Labon counsel ied rohed judges filed in TOS nh her ordeil with dimness Elus Will Lkely be Official Ex ecut oner Men Stoical and Indifferent NEED SPIRITUAL ADVISER vorable distrfct DOMINION GOVERNMENT WILL ESTABLISH IRRIGATION FARM OF 30 AC. AMlENDERSON PARK C WON Oil CO. the test results from irrigation That JIacleod. July lire Pussntib "-okolofi Smith and M nelik coinietcd of the mu til jf Jctfn ol are still helm mi, in a most ciMiet I manne -mil continue to Uar thai] stoical imliher nee tc then fate I ha1! c incteruEC1 the men since then mcarcerit on heie Vll IhiEC men are in the bcbt o! health and have e cclkit and stated to Interpreter Brier of Coleman Uio the re on Gas Well and Od Well-Lo- cations (or Both Picked by an Expert Cardston is coming right to the front in the oil these Tallow >ng the announcement of the stakuiE of the site for the flnl to te (Iruled bi the ''nher Mokenzie intcres'ts; '.the Oardstc-n Oil and Gas Co! stbcliholders.-held a meoling yes- terday to effect a permanent organ izatiori. .Ths same: directors were rc- appomted _b J presi vii i.. i L f mirigiiu import from I xpert Hcj- 1o I Uhbndge later to pb jiolds, i ho has located two wells tain "c ais 'i1nb One i eas be lotatod i> tnct Hie C I> II 2aOO mile's from C-rdston Ihe drilling of Illms it the, Panama Pacific, The ladies of Lethbrldgo will have an opportunity of getting acquainted with nature for ths Board of Trade with Mr.. I-Iayr as chief "en- tertainment engineer, has arranged thit the get itqu-untcd lup will be to the Dominion Kxperimont- al Farm. Wednesday, July 29th the dav. The business men of the citv and all others who get but and see some of Ihe finest'alfalfa on the map, are invited also, but a special cnort Mill he made to the ladies out, so that they may be in cither, in the sotting of oa's for f 1 or the ripstrrninf., of the The'.city ilurhs "the groutitl ov. the department thus' eliminating a_ny expense attached to the maintenance of it, and at the same time it is cre- ated inlo a beauty spot, and will .he a decided asscl to the city as a school for farmers in the district. The water to he used on the land will likely come from the city's dftch. The city gets 5 second fest of water free'From the U. P. R.. and any oth- er water required will probably be taken from the lake. It is .-expected that the work ou the plats will commence this fall, and when the station is once established, at least three or four irrigation ex- perts will reside, here permanently sn that all vexing questions partain- ing to irrigation limy he settled in Lettibridgc in future. the police authorities Integrator H" r ittrnptmg to procure one No olfici I information has been received lint'e as to who will conduct') the but it is reported that Arthur Ellis, who performed -the hanging of Kratclienko; will be requi- sitioned for the purpose. Hindus Now On Way Aftei Their Canadian Visit In his report a geneal opinion is exnve sed on the field as a whole. "Here's hoping that the fiua'l test, a 'string of will have as good an. omnior I The following opinion of the field I is addressed to A. .T. Black-burin; .t jCo., fiscal agents for Boundary Oils; I n accordance with your re- quest for my opinion on Sections 33 and 34, Township 1, Range 1? West of the Fourth Meridian, I may say that'during my examina- tion of the Sweet Grass country, I made it a point to look over this property, but as I was only in the field for four days, my examina- tion was necessarily of 3 cursory nati' In my opinion, the favors area in the Sweet Graso dii is very 'much more limited -than is popularly believed to be the case When I oeak of avorabi area. I would hav.; you under- stand that if petroleum exists In this, field the area geoiogically favorable for its accumulation Is limited in extent This anaa I de- termined to my own satisfaction) and-I. may say that sections 33; and 34 are well within its boun- daries. 'I am not prepared .to state without closer investiaatioi at what dcoth the sand believed to be oil containing could likely, be reached but It will in all probabil ity be at somewhat greater depth than is estimated in Section 1 the sam township where Mr Se- gur and hi associates are now preparmq to drill Regarding the likelihood of petroleum existirrj aKall in the Sweet Grass from the geological structure and from the f 1 D roofs and oth r indication of the 6rlglh and aae I am tncMn ed very much to the opinion which has been expressed by oth er c oloqists that this i Indeed p very likely 'field Yours very truly, (Slgjied) 'GUSTAV GROSMANN. New Brunswick Member Attacks Fred B. Carvell St: John. N. B., July s dEchiratia.n Uiat "it lias become cvi K C Vancouver, July after five o'clock this morning the Japan- ese Kiuamer Koma.nata Maru-steamed out of the harbor on her way back to Oriental waters. None Needed in Alberta Dis- tricts With Poor Crops Wi 1 Furnish Supo'y I dmoiiton Juh "3 U i me tin, the department of agri cultuie this mornmt, it decided Her of that no farm hands would he brought to U eita fot IhL t this trip icpints fieri all pirts of the irminiE er with norts ot hi 01 uitnirl incut led to this de- cision. me 01 the passenget mini ers Ic lit Id in on disLUbb the mitt r of har demonstration and the services of the local 'militia companies 'who spent the night-on the wharf were njt nt. led Ihe s 1 vis coiHojed out of the harbor bv the cruiszr Rainbow, which will acconpany her to a point 6ft the Vancouver Island shore. Two" months- ago the T oim it i aimed in Inr 'Juh hor. R HINDI SII1I Vancouver, July regard lalor suppU anil at that time Ih nta d pi tment of agriculture will mile rcpi entatums to the tail those' ips d JUSTICE Cdluin Juh i (Spe Us Lordship hist ice Scott ind the jr s nee ol a of Lit j t irv's Ipcal tilcnt C ?.ml Ol this morn 11% ?in i of his motive in IP the n inu Ic the St Jolin i 11 Co Mr IHMer the St John Stnlud MORGANATIC MARRIAGE WILL BE ON SEPTEMBER 28 Berlin. July 28 has ge finest park in llic west. The film will also include pictures'of real life] on a prairie types of "nouses, schools'and country ;chur- ches. jU COMMISSION CHAIRMAN SAM.': PRICE Toronto, bnt, Price, 'H.C., ot St. Thorn- as, has beeti. appointed' chair- man b( .the Ontirio' Work- nien'ii Act comrofsfilon at a aal- ary of f a year." The excursion will start from the the Women's Civie Club t-o furnish light refreshments at the farm after the is finishcii. The return will made at atom ti o'clock. Mr. Hayr wants those who will furnish cars to .kindly notify him atl once. As Wednesday Is a half holl: