Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1914 THE DAILY HERALD STOP! READ! THINK! ACT! Here is an opportunity to buy for 50 cents Shares worth each On Saturday morning at nine o'clock we will open the sale'of stock in the Big New Company. We want it to go with a..rush, there- fore the first issue, Kriiited.iii .quantity, will be sold for 50c per share. We know that, it could readily be sold at par now, a-nd that it will sell for very soon, but we are offering this special inducement to advertise the Company and arouse the interest and enthusiasm of the purchasing public. We reserve the right to increase tlie price at any time without notice. THE CALGARY ALBERTA PETROLEUM CO., Ltd. NON-PERSONAL LIABILITY is capitalized for Ten 'Million Dollars, par value per share.x. It is the biggest, strongest Company ever formed for oil development in Albeita. It is therefore prepared to-rush the development of its properties as fast as men and money can do the work, and has 'ample funds to meet any Contingency. Among its directors are W. 8. He-rron and William Elder, the successful pioneers in the Alberta pe- troleum industry, W- S. Herron has personally supervised the selection of the leases on the acres now held, and this will be in- creased to acres, all to be the best located leases that money can buy. Plans for development are already matured and work will begin immediately We particularly invite purchases by those investors who want to buy something in which -there is a practical certainty of a prompt 31-ease in price, and a certainty of prompt, vigorous development. The public is cautioned against buying from unauthorized agent's. increase POWER CITIES INVESTMENTS LIMITED M4 First Sfreet West. Fiscal Agents. LOCAL OIL BROKERAGE CO., C. A. FIFIELD. AMISK- SUSPECTS .CAUGHT Edmonton, Alta., June men thought to answer the descriptions of the men -wanted for the murder of -lames B. Chevis, at Amlsk, arrested early this morning by the .police, on the smith -side.'- They were taken into -custody- as they alighted from a'freight, train: coming from Hardisty, and -were -afterward handed over to the custody of the R. N. W. JI. P.- Their nameB are Alfred La'ivrence and -Foryuerati Established 1873 The Safest Of All Small Investments Is a Savings Account with the Standard Bank of Canada, Interest is paid with unfailing regularity every half year or added to the principal; and the strength' and resources of the Bank are a. guar- antee of the safety of the money deposited: Paid Up Capital and HPII -1' iVfi Standard Bank of Canada Letlibriilge Branch, 315 13th Street North G. F. Sletcher, Manager. OF CANADA Are Your Children Learning to Save Moiiey? Each maturing-son and daughter should have'a personal Savings Account in the Union -Bank of Canada, with opportunities .to save iind training in how to expend money -Such an education in thrift and saving will prove'irivaliiable in later 3RASSY LAKE UETHBRIDGE BRANCH INCORPORATED 1869 of r Rates and iiuder lie, Over not exceeding Oc. Over 510, not exceeding lOc. Over not exceeding 16C. fa wittnml fbttTta in CauaditfVtikon cxccptetljaiid Kfld.ft'tRny in ntnll audit] Great DriUiii nitd Ireland over COO A. B. KING, Acting Manaaer G. R. TINNING, Manner THEROYALBANKOFCANADA Capital PaM Up Reicrre Funds BANK MONEY ORDERS A snfc and economical method LETHBRIDGE BRANCH J. M. AITKEN, LANDING OF MUNITIONS BY GER MAN VESSELS LEADS TO TROUBLE New York, N.Y., June hun tired tons of ammunition ordered by the Mexican Constitutionalists, whicl arrived in New York today from Bridgeport, Conn., will not be allowet to !eave this port Although it was stated at the Custom house that no In structious had been received from 'Washington; officials declared It 'was probable any bearing arms 61 ammunition- consigned to either of the Mexican factions would be refugee clearance papers. The ammunition was brought here on the Bridgeport line's steamer Niag- atuclr, and it was understood in ship- ping circles the lot would be lightered to the Ward liner which is to sail late today for Tampico, Offi- cials of the Ward line refused to say whether the shipment had -been offer- ed foi' the Antilla. Agents of the company which manufactured the am- munition admitted that It had arrived here. German Vessels in Trouble Berlin, June instruction .in connection with fines imposed on the German, steamers Ypiranga ,and Bav- aria, for landing at Puerto, Mexico, of arms and ammunition for provisional President Hiierla, have bean given by the German Foreign Of- fice to Count Von Bernstorff, German Ambassador to the United Statec. This official statement was made at the government offices todsy, hut-it was added tliat the cases BIG under Investigation for the purpose of as- certaining exactly what occurred. They will later take up the subject of negotiations with Washington. ROBBERS WERE NERVY Entered Illinois Town, Blew Safe, Got and Escaped While Villagers Gasped Champaign, 111., June rob- bers invaded the village of Mahomet early today, in an electric.automobile' believed to have been stolen. While 'our of the band stood guard in front, of Ihiaey's, terrorizing tho citi- zens passed, the other blew open ho safe and took in currency, A ow minutes later the party sped out town, with tho villagers too terrl-, fed to offer any resistance. When ho pursuit was taken up by deputy in an automobile, tho trail People's Forum COMPANY'S DENIAL Editor, Herald: In a recent issue of your dally, a report was published to the effect that M. Grace, Com- missioner of Public Works, had ap- proached some of otir officials, re- questing them to cut the labor wages from 27 M: to 25 cents per hour, on the work .which it was necessary fop ua to do at the Thirteenth, street subway. How a report of this kind con: have been circulated, is hard to un- derstand, as there is absolutely truth in it. Mr. Grace has never ap- proached us in any way, shape or manner regarding our employees, and 'we should or should not pay them. Yours truly, Canadian Western Natural Gas Light, 'Heat and PoW' Co., 'Ltd., per K. B. McLAWS. In Several Places. Blister Raised Up, Swollen and Scaly. Hair Fell Out. Cuticura Soap and Ointment Cured in'Four Weeks. Loruo; Quo. little son; aged nine years, was atlllclod with ringworm In several places about his head. The rlugworm began with a fuw pimples and as it grow worse it was ono dark colored blister raised up and swelled. It was kind of scaly. Tlio worst- place was behind bis right car. It was about tlio size of u .silver dollar, dark and swelled, iho worst Itiud I ever saw. It uaod to pain "Kliially I sent for a sample of Cuticura Soap and Ointment. I used to take real used to clean It oil. Then I would put tho Oulicura Ointment cm tho affected part. Thorp was pus In tho sores and tho Outlcura Ointment draw that cut healed at tlio aarao time. "We saw tho Ointment wcro very good so I got soma more and It was fomv weeks from tho tirna I ptarted using the Cuticura Soap aud Olnt- ment till ho .waa completely curod.'! (Signed) Mra. Tuos. Bagloj-, May FOR RED, ROUGH HANDS Champed and Weeding linnds, with Itch- ing, burning paJms, shapeless nails and pain- ful flagcr-cjKirt, n one-night Cuticura treat- ment works wonders. Soak hands, on Milting, In hot water ant! Outlcura Soap. Dry, anoint with Cutluura Olatmont and wear old, loose gloves during iho night. OuUcurft Soap and Ointment sold every- where. Forliberatfroo sample of each, with Iwak, sond to Potter Bfpt. THE RECENT C, N. R; SESSION IN OCTOBER Edmonton, June ing the financial position of Alberta, Premier Sifton, who has just returned froin Europe, said at the Parliament buildings In Edmonton, that the pro- vince is nciv practically Tree from in- debtedness on treasury bills, Which have been replaced hy ten-year bonds, saying also that the manager ol Lloyd's bank in London had" assured him that conditions are highly satis- factory. Continuing, he said: "While it does not make much dif- ference to the actual Indebtedness of the province, as 'we still owe the mouey, the bonds are not redeemable for ten years., It is regarded as mucli moro satisfactory to have the indebt- edness in this form, as it relieves the proviuce from immediate worries ah- out tlie possibility of; being able to re- new our notes in the course of a few months. Wo have sufficient radney in blind to carry on the business of the province, with economy, during: the current Premier Sifton then gave Ilia views respect to the proposed loan of l-lo.OOO.OOO to the Canadian Northern Railway Co. by .the Dominion govern- saying: "Morally, though perhaps not iegai- by the Dominion government on the property which bore a first mortgage in name of the province, relieved the province of Us liability to the Ca- jnadian Northern. From the point of view solely of provincial finances, the proposnjs o? the Dominion govern- ment In respect to. the Canadian Northern appeared to he satisfactory as relieving the province of obliga- tions it. had. taken uiJon itself In guar- anteeing the bonds of the company to, build lines in Alberta. Tho Dominion, government's mortgage covered not only the main line .of the Canadian Northern Hallway -but the other lines already completed, but circumstances, might arise 'which niffect the, iwsltlon; of the, province in dealing with the linqa not yet. built, "instead of denting with Mian ,of means, thoy were now practically tfeallnB with a bankrupt.. The prov- lace, however, is amply safeguarded, as the money raised Von '.'.Canadian Northern Dondg, guaranteed hi- the province of Alberta, is deposited to tlie credit of the treasurer of the pro- vince of Alberta, and can ontybe paid out upon certificates, of the engineers, showing the amount of work done'iip- 011 these lines. Tho only danger is tuat the banks might be tempted to loan money to the Canadian Northern on the strength of the money deposit- ed in Alberta on account of lines to be constructed in Ajbsrta. "If that were done the Canadian Northern might, supposedly, use the money borrowed in the east from.the banks, wJiich held the deposits in the west, and use it for construction of lines in the east There is no' possi- bility of the money raised on Alberta branch lines, guaranteed by the prov- incial being .used for con- struction in other provinces, but there IB this possibility of the Canadian Northern using its credit in Alberta indirectly to assist the company in raising money elsewhere. So long as the banks loaning the money were sol- vent that would not, however, affect the province's security." j Premier Sifton announced that'the provincial legislature will begin, its faK session the latter >part of October' ARSON ETTE ATTEMPT FAILS 'Leicester, England, June at- tempt by a suffragette arson Bquail to burn a mansion near borough, was frustrated today by, .'tho timely discovery, of fire under a Stair- case on which inflammable materials had been piled. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills exactly meet the need whicfc ofttt uuet M every family for a ttedkHm to open up and regutate the Net only are they tf fa tit cues of Conitipttlon, but thqrMp neatly in breaking vp Cold qr Gripe by ckaninj out Grippe by ckaninj out anrf purifying the Wood. Int they relieve or cure Biii IixfltnticHi. Sick Hmdachti, fttisin and other commoa atlnMiit, In the fullect of the mii Dr. Root PilUira n Canadian Pacific Railway Townsites Bollard, Soutlifork, Knollys, Kavensorag, Palisade, Robsart, Vidora, Consul, Senate, Govenlock and Altawan. Sale of Lots in the Townsites above named will be held as follows DOLLARD. MONDAY, 1Bth- JUNE SpUTHFORK. ...MONDAY, 18th JUNE KNOLLYS. .TUESDAY, 16th JUNE RAVENSCBAG ...TUESDAY, 16th JUNE PALISADE; WEDNESDAY, JUNE ROBSAHT. -.WEDNESDAY, 17th JUNE VIDQRA WEDNESDAY; 17th JUNE CPN8UL. THURSDAY, 18th JUNE SENATE .THURSDAY, JUNE GOVENLOCK.... FRIDAY.. Itth JUNE FRIDAY, 19th JUNE These Towns- are all on the Wey- burn-Lethbridge Branch. Price lists and plans can be obtained on application to the Sales Branch. Department of Natural Resources CANADIAN PACiFJC RAILWAY, CALQARY, ALBIRTA. ALLAN CAMERON, Mmh.