Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINI We Are Selling WALLPAPERS At Less Than Manufacturers' Prices defy all competition. You will be astonished at what a few cents. will-do at (NOTE THE ADDRESS) SHERLOCK BUILDING Have Only One Store South Due for Big Oil Boom ___think Black Diamond will strike oil in quantities ill the next 100 feet. All indications point this. What Do You Think flack Diamond No. 2 Will Do? -JffW, selling 25. Do think it will-reach See The Western Stock Exchange for all information, Absolute Protection for Investors. OPEN TILL 10 O'CLOCK EVENINGS H "The Only Leased Wire in the City" CONTINUED" FROM FRONT PAGE directly south ot the heavy filings on the Canadian side Ior a price ap- proximating J60.000. Large areas are being staked in-'Montana, and some of the leases already filed are being offered for sale at fabulous prices. Mr. Backus states further that the material for these drills, and for the Segur drill is on the way. The drill houses are already being built, and the machinery is on. the way from California, where Mr. Segur is at the present time, ordering drills lor the Alberta fields. That the south field is attracting the attention of the men at the head ji-lhe big interests, is vouchsafed by the following from the Alberta troieum Bulletin, published, in Cal- ;ary "E. P. Howard, joint promoter of McDoiigall-Segur and other important undertakings in .the field, is now in the East putting finishing touches on a deal recent- ly consummated by Ira Segur and himself, involving huge sums of money to -be spent in a new dis- trict of.Calgary which has been a ftatter of mystery for some, months. It was known that Mr. Segur had. made filings in the southern, district on ground of ex- ceptional promise, but its loca- tion, was '.carefully guarded. It now appears the new dis- trict adjacent to Cputts, and Sweet Grass, and that negotiations "have been' closed with capitalists 4n -Wall Street, New-York, Mont- real and Spokane to the extent that tw.o rigs have already been purchased and others are in pros- pect; the holdings of Segur and 'a number of local and .j Xetbhridge people have made 'Slings, some of which they are offering for sale at big figures, -tie Wheeler Brokerage and Investment-Co., of Calgary, who are associated with Segur in the property are expecting heavy listings from.this district as de- velopment is likely to be on a large scale and to ho in actual operation earlier' than any other field south "The'geological indications in this new district, which -will be .known as the.iPorcupine district, are, said .to .exceed any yet found in Oil' and gas seepages are so abundant, that when the locality isoinsbected by -some of .the'many' now here or' erf rtWte to Calgary, it- is that a great 'frill', take- place.: The original locators taken, up about irij "Alberta, and several largo tract's in Mon- tana, ivir. Segur was interviewed on Thursday respecting the mat- ter.but .refused} to a, (lifobeilience of orders remaining at their icspcctivo posts, and in summing up the casn, charges cowardice "It was the duty of these men to get ttiose criminals, not to look after-Sergeant said he.' "II; tho sergeant had heen murdered, the1'- murderer would have escaped. Men that are afraid to go after -their quarry; are .rip good to me, and i recoinmend the instant dismissal of hotliT Holhort.on anil Doolcy." DENY THE CHARGES Doth men pleaded not guilty to the charges, and' proceeded'-to Hell their stories. They differed, only in 'the in- terpretation ot orders Constable Doolcj said that he was not given definite instructions, and Uliat his chief concern after the were fired was Sergeant Bowkor'f) wel- fare. Holbcrton. -also- denied .the: charges against him tind stated that he had done as nearly as ordered as it wi-.-j possible. SCIENCE..... PIR8T CBURCR OF GHRIBT, Bank block. 8er- ice a. m. Wednesday ev- nlng teatlmony meeting, 8.00 p.m. 'he reading room Is to every. no every day from three to live p.m. Iveryone It cordially invited to at- end. ROMAN CATHOLIC' ST. PATRICK'S A. H. RosentUal, paitor; Rov. P. Mini' regen, asslstauti Childrenis Mass 9 .m. High Mass, 11 a. m. Sunday chool 3 p.m. Eveniiti; service 7.30 .m. Sermon at each service. SALVATibfi AHMY Services are hett at the Citadel. Plftri street, as follows'. Hunday, 11 meeljng; 3 p.m., pralfle meeting, and 7.30, Salvation meeting. Week'nights: Monday, 8 p.m., public meetfnf, led by sisters; p.m., Soldlero' meeting; Tliursday, Salvation .Citadel band la attendance; Saturday, f p.m., free and efey. mcetlne. LADY SOAKS "BILLY SUNDAY'S" CHOIRMASTER FOR DAMAGES Chicago, 111.. June verdic awarding damages to Mis Georgia Jay, against Homer Rodesav er, choirmaster, for ''Billy Sunday, evangelist, for ...breach of promise t ;marry, was returned today by a. jui in the circuit court. FEKNIE Thomas'Whelan'has resigned th management of the Napanee Hote and leaves shortly for the Coeur D "Alene Thomas Winters of Michel i the cew manager. CHARGES SUSTAINED Chief Skclton was very emphatic in bis denunciation, and stated that'll the dignity and reputation of. the force was to be maintained, the men would have to go. His recommenda- tions resulted in a resolution.--by Judge Jackson to this was carried unanimously. The two burglars, it is believed, found temporary refuge under, a trac p. m. Sunday school 2 p. m. am 3.15 p. m. orning subject, "Jesus quadrilateral of and even ing, ''Sin.' KNOX Rev. A. G. Cameron. Services at 1 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. The minister wil preach at both services. Morning sub Ject, "What The Loyal Or dar of Moose will attend in a body a the evening service, when the subjeo will be "True Fraternity." The Boys department''of th'e Sunday school a 2 p.ift; aU...other'departments at p.m. At 4 p.m.. the Salvation Arm will hold a Memorial service in men ory pf.the workers who went on the-Empress of Ireland. Address es by ex-Ensign'-Taylor of Mediciu Hat and Rev. David Ross of First Bap tlst chureh. Strangers and visitor iii the city'are.cordially invited t worship in Knox.church. B'APTIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, eorne of Tbird avenue and Ninth Rev. D. Hoss, pastor. Services 11 a m., when'Rev. C. C. Mctaurln, super inteudeht of the Alberta Baptist con vontjon, wnl prwch, and 7.30 p.m., th pastor's subject will be "He's Heard Music." FIFTH-AVE. BAPTIST CHURCH H. Elmer Green, pastor. Morn Ing, "The Religious Bier the third'of the series from the Sermon, oh' Mount.' Sunda; Evening, Rev. C. C .Mcljiurin, superintendent ot the A berta Baptist convention, 'Kill speak Good slnglnr, profitable tlm for all fho G. H Cobbiedick, pastor. Residence, 32 street "South; 'phone 404 10 a.m., Blblg iKhooI-niul Adult class es. 11 subject, "Conferenc 7.SO D.B.J pubject, "Peril of our In memory of 1024 live lout with the Etyipress of Ireland Morning anthem, "When Mornln Gilds'the Skies" con tralto sb'lo, Mrs. :pa'wson... Evcnln anthem, "CroasinB tjie Bar" (T. B and soprsno solo, Miss 'D. Young. KIDNEYS CUBED AND VITALITY REGAINED Prominent Ontario Merchant Says He Is Enjoying ''The Best Health 1 Ever Had" .Thanks To _, _ __ I. A. KELLY. Esa. HAGERSVILLE, ONT., Ang. 26th. 191S "Abonttwo years found my health in.a very bad state My Kidney. irete doing tlKif-wort, and I was all run down m condition. I felt the red of some eood having "Fruit-a-tives" advertised, I decided to try ttem found more ton Their was mild aad the result conld be expected. Hv kidners resumed tlielr normal action after I had taken upward! Of dozen IxieiWd'l regained my old time vitality Today I am as a.ever, the best health. I ever, had, and I give you this letter and my photo for publication if you wish" B- A. KKIATf "The greatest kidney remedy in the is what thousands of people ssv And it is true. heals the kidneys, .lengthen! the kidneys, cures the kidneys, as nothing else mil. A 1 overCawda today, hundreds of people who were met and suffering, are curmg thefflselre. of kidney and bladder troubles, Rheumatism, and Lumbago by taking "Frtut-a- the famous medicine made from fruit jnices. ___ "Prait-a-tivM" Is sold by dealers everywhere at BOc a boi, 6 for trial size, irill be teuton receipt of price by Fruit-a-Uves Limited, Ottawa. London, June 6. Chaplin, Milne, Grcnfell ;liimited, the well known firm of merchants anil bankers in No. 8 Princess street, sus- pended todayl stood to have been gireatlv diminish- ed in the .past month aqd the amount outstandiiiR is, believed to be about Further failures in -connection with .this fie arc not expected. Arthur The company was registered in Greniell recently a syndicate 1899 to take over the business of j for the purpose of a cpntrolling In- Mortm, Chaplin and Company (ior- leiest in Hie General Petroleum merly Morton, Robe Its au- j cconpanv of California, and Earl Grey thorlzed capital 1 has been visiting California in con The firm Is ah old established onejneclion with the Gren- with a high reputation and excellent fell retiring from the transaotion, family connections.. It .conducted gen- which will now be carried through by eral and private banking. otliei members of the group. The affairs of the bank-were largely Tlie Grand Trunk transaction at- w-itb those oi tne Cauiiliau tempted by Gienfell is considered as Agency, Limited, which is, controlled one of the most daring stock opera- hy Arthur Grenfcll. He anil.the Can- tions launched here in years. adian Agencies have beeiuengaged in In a on .the doorsrdf a campaign, tor the purchase of a con- the bank, which has been surrounded trolling interest-in the-Grand Trunk i by a .crowd, since, morning, the. firm railway, but when securities. expresses regret at having to sus- depreciated they were taken over by j pcnd business, and states that its, a strong of financial houses in I ooks have been placed in the hands order to protect the many stock ex- of chartered accountants to prepare a change lirms invohed. j statement. The bank's losses thftugli loans to The members of Greenfell's- familv GrenMl and with'drawals of business-are coming to his the consequent on hi's'oplirations. caused; settlement of his affairs. the bank to suspend. It is however, ..to W entirely, solvent, but I Alpine waterfalls could supply time will be required to liquidate the.'enough power to operate all the Tail- assets in order that depositors may I roads of Switzerland in the 'opinion he paid. engineers who have investigated The total .of ..the, deposits. Is under-1 the question for the SPREADING THE Prominent Ontario Man Recommends Pills For The Kidneyi Fonnd it cure for'iSfdney and Bladder Troubles. Wr. Bauer about'it. Mr. Simpson knows about it. Aud they are telling all. their friendi tuil neighbors -what Gin Pills did forthein. HereilMr. BaMr'l letter. Study it.. DAXisvjr.i.K, ONT. '.'I bad trouble with ray Kidneys and Bladder so I got a sample of followed directionar "'I felt better after.the'firet dose'and-. I kept taking them for a mbutu. :r.'_ One Mr. Simpson of-thia town told me- r, about the trouble be Jiad-iMUi Ms ,1 I recommended llim tb.ttry ,CJN MLLSi find') gave him one to take. The nejt bought' some for himKlf, and bo_th Be his mt'c'bavc HERBBRT H. BAUER; Every man who has aar Kidney Trouble or suffers with'.-Rhcumttitm.'lhould do just as cure liimMlf.MMt. BAUERdid. Voii SM, GIN KLW do'cure Kidney and Bladder Troubles. Gin Pills ease the pain in the back Mid stop thoW'SJiarp, shooting paiiis. Gia nils strength to wcajc kidneys, soothe ihe irritated and correct incontinence and suppresilon of liriiie. "You don't have to take our Weird for nil this, or .even buy Gin Pills before Uying for free eomplc sample. NsUoual Dmg and Chemical Co. of Canada. Toronto. NATIONAL LAZY LIVER PILLS swcettn the ttom.cli, help Itfulstc Ob-boweU ud s.lir up a box.