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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JUNE THB LETBBR1DGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN We have struck oil by purchasing the bankrupt stock of S. B. Ramsey, of Calgary, at lOc on the dollar, and must dispose of our present stock to make room for it EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST Carriage paid to outside points on all orders amounting to or over Sale Commences Friday Morning at 9 a.m 2000 Rolls Wall Paper Regular Price I5e, Sale Price Sc 2000 30c, lOc 2000 50c, Ground Floor Sherlock Building Wellington Bros "The Decorators 3107th St. South Next door to Dowsley- Mulhern Land Co. Wireless Apparatus of Empress Worked Only Eight Minutes After CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE s.oiirc-c that of bullion in the strong'room amidships on the upper, fleck, amounts to ulosu upon is all'1 in, bars of sil- ver. Yesterday' afternoon, private parties, the identity of whom could not he'ascertained, visited the cruis- er Kssex'i whicliiis anclio'red in mid- streaiu before the citadel and offered large sums to the divers aboard her to explore the ship. The offer was naturally refused. The tug which went down the rivpr with a bargR, said to beJjouud for the scene of the wreck and to carry divers anil appar- atus aboard, 1should have reached RiniousKi some time today Local malntalh that opera lions bv these people, shoulni they the stream of. unsavory has come to hand over the Empress of Ireland disaster. "From finding, an impossible r.um- attempt anything, and should the j ber or heroes our demoralized inform- company them to continue their I anf s to rtnd an equally inipbs- -ncrk cannot be started before Fn j siMe number of exclaims further word of the tug and the barge has-been received, and the signal service station states that they have not located her Captain Walsh, the Marine Super- intendent of tho C. ed regarding the salvage of: the ship, replied "We have a great ah'd solemn duty just before UP-, .We must bury the the Guardian. "A reader who knows the world will not accept such stufl at sight as true, he will says the Guardian. "He knows that in the ship's com- pany there were more than ens thous- and people, mostly strangers to each other and that there must have' been a pretty fair distribution of goodness dead that have been recovered. and badness. There is sure to have Ifttle percentage ci curs is our first tthen that is slire to have been a. good ished will think of these other rose with high distinc- prolilems." whatever call was made iipbn LURID TALES them. It will be time enough to re- London, June 4 -The Manchester Jir'mice tlie common knowledge we all Guardian today condemns editorially Many Doctors Eat Every M have of human nature when Lord Mersey, and his fellow-experts in sift- ing of thy statements, tell 'us it is obsolete. We fancy that it will be never." I'lUXCE ALEXANDER'S SUB-! SCRIPTION London, June to- day to the Empress of Ireland fund include from Prince Alexander of Teck, the same amount from the Anglo-American Oil Co., and sums of a hundred pound? or over from1 Cad- bury Dros., Halli Bros., the Clock company, and several oth- ers. APPEALS FOR FUNDS London, June Lord Mayor of Liverpool issues an urgent appeal for subscriptions to the Empress of Ireland relict fund, remarking that, owing doubtless to the Whitsuntide holidays the response to both the London and Liverpool appeals, the funds as yet are very much less than the case of the Titanic disaster. ft; is somewhat 'singular that none of the big newspapers here have op- ened subscriptions. The Daily tele- graph, however, lias only completed an appeal for for the Young Jlen's .Christian Association. impressed with the district, and ad- vised the Cardstbn men to lose no time in securing the mineral rights Before the investigation was made, a party of Cardston- aud Lethbridge men filed on a large portion of the township, and in all the syndicate now holds applications for GOOC acres. Mr. Journey stated to the Herald 'this morning that the form tions in this district fav- orable than anything he had seen in Alberta so far, and it was upon his advice that mure land was taken up. Mr. .Heppler came in to the city on the Cardston special, arriving- here at 2 this morning, and with some of his companions, including a number, of Calgary men, camped on the land office steps until 9 o'clock securing first place in the- line. The syndicate, in which a large number of prominent Lctbbridge citi- zens are interested, will form into an incorporated company and drill some- where along the anticline in the near future. MEETING WITH SUCCESS MADGE PROVES THAT MIXED FARMING PAYS picnic this, year, to be Junei- '18th at You'iig's Ford. It is expected that among other .speakers, one of the ministers from Edmonton will be on hand. These picnics axe always a success, and ;this year's promises to be up to the standard. DECLARATION OF ARCHBISHOP MATHESON' AT ANGLICAN SYNOD IN WINNIPEG Winnipeg, June 'Anglican Synod of Rupert's Land opened this morning in Trinity Hall here, with an attendance of 200 delegates. Arch- bishop Matheson presided and deliver- ed his address from the chair, in which he took occasion to deprecate the present day tendency to pessi- mism regarding the work of the church. "One observes" said the archbishop, ''suggestions for -the im- jortation of novel and sometimes questionable methods oi supplement- ing church .we-rk, I desire to say frankly that I do not share this spir- t of exaggerated pessimism either about our social'and moral conditions, the importance of the church in coping with them. The church has never been more alive and active than t is today." continued the Archbish- Paul Madge, president, and F. G. Smith, 8cc.-lreas., of the Milk Rivet Mutual Fire Insurance company, are op, "the church may rightly enpour- n the city today on business in con-'age social and moral work; it must lection with thoir property. Their bo careful not to absorb its energies organization is being given a good 1 i" direction, so as 'forget reception by the farmers in their dis- Dingman Well IJncappecl CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE In tho valley, north of" Lees Creek, a well was .sunk some eight years ago lor water. At a-'depth of only 52 feet, the drill boll began to' show unmistakable signs The shale was penetrated to .a depth ol 200 'cet, and oil gtcbules -were :brought out on the drill point. The well was forsaken and forgotten until last week, when W. II. Journey, a pioneer lire Kansas anil Oklahoma fields, now In Calgary, was! brought 'down La Inspect the property.. lie found sulphur and gas sju-iugs all along the anticline, and those, hersays, arc sure of oil, as most of the.black oil uiilnhlll! U uau fj-ict. They state that the crops in the south country are in very good shape at the present time. The local union of the U. F. A. in 2-15 offered prizes to the boys killing the greatest number of gophers, this spring. A few days ago a celebration was held and the prizes given out. Frank Smith won first with 873 tails. Artie narrows second with 800, Mar- vin Ilurnham, an 8 year old boy, third, with 2ii9. In all gophers were sent to the happy hunting ground by the boys. These gentlemen are believers In diversified farming. Mr. Madge th'at its primary work is not refor- mation but regeneration." The Archbishop also alluded to the new- prayer hook revision, and said "ft is a very.sane and conservative one, and with the enrichments in the way of added services should com- mend itself very generally to tho judgment of the church." On the subject 'of women voting at parochial meetings, the Archbishop reported that out of over one hun- dred parishes only 41 had replied to tjie communication .asking for an opinion, and ,of these 19 were in fa- vor'of the change and 22 against it. The archbishop .plso touched upon the question oi commemorating the brought two sows to his farm four I centcnnary of the birth ot the Angh- yoars ago, and since that lime has Kan church in the west, which would sold worth of pigs, ah'd now be in 1920. By that time he has 236 young pigs grown pigs oh his farm. This year since May 8th Mr. Madge has'236 young pigs from 2-1 sows. The largest litter was 17 strong, healthy pigs. From his 21 sows Mr. Madge ,believes they will average 10 pigs each. The .south country ulannlnc 'fnr ''iinnthei: liiic union ,tlin ktaui'KSK hoped to have a building .'completed, which' as the Cathedral would "be a worthy memorial of the .100th anni- versary, y The assembly was called to order by the Archbishop and knelt in silent prayer to ask for Clod's pity, coin- fprt and support for the victims of SALT" The HouMhoU Remedy ALW A V S kecp.il Vottie 'of Eno'. in readintoi for mn emtifency. There i> net the taut cf ill eject or improper we in 1U actm ii eatirely in iccord With Nttuire. "Fruit Silt" contain, the i cniitituenU or'ripe fruit m a porubij, und limple and u in reipect I hirmleo Airjuiui of the fruiti from which it m obtained. ScU in all the principal towm and citne