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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta r.ajje 10 THE LETHBRIDUE DAILY HERALD Saturday, June 7. Bakes Bread to Perfection Oil Cook-Stove Cleaner than coal or wood, thau gas. For btfst ROYAUTP Oil Stock carried 2: THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY r.s of her lagers so badlv that was necessary. Mrs. Stov- Stirling to with Mrs. H. R John- OF G W LEASES D. Finley Says There is Un- locked for Co-operalion From all Sides llics? bo are workius to bai Ulooi Indian Kesene opeu to grating leases for Ihe farmers. much satd Secre- ury W. U. Finley. of the Associate Boards of Trade morning. "V.V ate ia of letters Jrooi Jt large number ot who have tafceu an interest ia tbis miller, anil in every except onf, there Is expiessed a j sirosg sentiiueci uicnt rantioi iaake that ihe foveni- more service- MRS. STOVER VICTIM OF f A FINGER A very jaicful accident, which TC-Eulted in the amputation of two firi-gers, happened to Sirs. C. C. Stover, wife of C. C. Stover, presides; of one of 'the large farming oper-alitjg at Miia River, when yesterday as she stepping oft ihc CoutU train at Stirling her hand Jiine Cth James Ucfcet agent for the Pennsylvania road at the Unioa Station was shot and killed at noou aud his chief clerk Ralph Pauley, fatally shot by IX C- Sage, a clerk who hart failPil to be promoted in recent Elau" changes in the ticket department. atle to the farmers, and do my one Ihluir oE greater lalue to ibe advance- ment of ibe cause ot agriculture IP Western Canada than tl.ls. "One member of the of Com mons cas expressed a doubt if thi request will be considers tolll the return of Dr. Hoche, th ci me loothills la Southern Alberta for the stoci raiser well as the big cattle Interests- Make U Known There is one thing I'rM essen- tial to the success ol tbe efforts of all interested ID the opening aj> of the Blood Reserve to grazing by allied farmers, and thai Is tbit all be glad 10 take advantage ot such an opportunity should mate ihe fact. There :s no set form of application for grazing leases, but If every inau who U raising live stock or contemplates engaging in the business, and lite to enjoy the grazing privileges on the Reeene. malie- known their waala It will aid us materially. They should a let ter addressed to the Minister of tin Interior, stating that desire t" make application for a certain amoun of land OQ the Blood Reserve for graz eg purposes, indicating" ibe number of cattle or other live stock they intend o Tim on a lease, and the number of they would like a. Itaie, as is the amount they would be willing to pay as the top price per acre aa- "Mr. B-iiruanan, .from y under a lease. KEEP: re In the south In the Crow have teen this district, ua that the 'go.- eminent is taking much interest In this matter, and that the method of its presentation to the department of the interior and ihe department of Indian Affairs, by the Associate Boards ol Trade, supported as it has by general of the leading com- mercial and agricultural organiia- tioas'of this secLion, fcas made a strong impression. TThe interest ot the department of Agriculture has al- so been invoked through '.this means, and it has been forcibly brought to the attention of Minister'Burrell, who has been showing much interest in tiie development of miied farming in Southern Alberta since his .visit here last fall, that the permitting of farm- to enjoy the privileges of feeding stock" on tbe resene, means the big- gest toost to the live slock interests it is possible to give. told that ths leases when to smali farmers, ran from 2 to S cents an a year, and that applications ranged from 100 to acres. "There are undoubtedly many lar UTS IQ the districts bordering on the Bloofl who nould like to lease a thousand acres or more for five ycara at 4 to S cents an acre an. nually, according to ibe talus oi teed, and the nearness of the tract lo tbeir farms and to water, and every one of these should send in an appli- cation at once. Alii After Tracts have been .informed that up wards of acres liaie alreadj been applied for at the department o he interior, anfl one.man in Letbbrldge last; week announced hi ntenttoa to apply for S0.009 acres him self. The Jensen brothers, who ar arge ranchers around -Magrath, aci is far south "as the boundary, hav EUted .their intention to apply for large tract, and scores of others hav asked for blanks .upon which to mak be su weet 'or so lit prising if, within a quests for more than, the acres of arable land on the wilj.be. jjt_, Farmers are urged b> the commi tee to send tbeir. applications in once, addressed to W, IX Finley, se relary of the Associate Trade, Lethbiidge, who will prompt forward them authorities at O tawa, The New Gurney-Oxford Range Has Solved The "Help Problem" Everywhere women are, coping with the same securing of domestic help. A Gurney-Oxford with its devices for the saving of time and labor enables you to be independent, if from necessity or choice you are without a servant. The Divided Flue distributes tha heat eveniy throughout the oven, and by means of the Econo- mizer the temperature is determined, kept constant, or changed as desired. It is easily controlled by a little lever working around six notches. Dough and batter-mixtures will always be light, thoroughly cooked, and nicely browned. This stove saves you the dreaded black leading process for it has an unchanging polished top. If you must do your ovm work you owe it to yourself and to your family to spend less time in the kitchen. woman need be a drudge with a Gurncy- Oxford -range, C, W. GRAY FORGED TO FBONT AS-ONE OF CANADA'S SOUNDEST FIN- ANCIAL INSTITUTIONS PEOPLE 310.5'thSt.S. Phone 761 One of the strangest and most coo- servalhe banks in Ihe Dominion, tbe Imperial Hank o( Canada, las still (urtber streuslhencd its position dur- ing Ibe past ItreUe months. The bal- ance sheet tor the year ended April 30th, 1S13, shoa'5 a rezerrt fund of JT.OOMOO as compared with paid-up capital of and authoriied capital of Tbe bank's pro BtB lor tbe period under review, alter mating Ihe usual deductions amount ed to On ihe new stock premium of was received am was transferred to reserve fund. The pension and guarante funds received of tbe prolil and tbe usual, annual contribution o was made to those funds. Th sum of waa written oft premises and furniture account. Ttc balance carried forward totalled 88. Some Idea may be obtained of the large business conducted by the Im- perial Bank by a glance at the asseU and liabilities. The deposits There ars liabilities to the public of Notes of the bank in circulation total Current loans amount to and call loans at home and abroad to The securities held by the bank as assets include: Dominion and Provincial .Government securities, to S5CC.985; Canadian municipal secur- ities etc., and railway and other bonds, debentures, and stock The Imperial Bank paid four fiuar lerly diildcnd's at the rate of 12 per cent, r-er annum. Tie ewh reserve arc 1-5 per cent, and the total as- S5 1-2 per cent, of Itebilllies. Thear ago, iuggestett that during Jhe coming ear- he church should raise a million dol- ars for genera! missionary work. He did not succeed in increasing the gifts of tbe church up to lie million mark )'at the showing was TOTV satisfactory. For the.church year whicu ended on February 28 last, tbe Western sec- ion contributed, according to [he ports which are. now being presented for philanthropic purposes outside the-) regular work-of tht .churches, the sum of In Ihe previous 5 ear U.e total sum was The In- crease therefore To this there is to be added Interest froni endowment and reserve funds which will tjrlag the total up to 000. The gifts of the church were for the following purposes. Knov Queen's College......... Montreal college....... 4.11D.GO ,Manitoba college...... G.01S.OD Alberta College Westminster Hall......' 7.6411.00 Saskatchewan Collide 313.00 Home Augmentation..........al.iiS2.GO Foreign Widow's anO Orphan's Fund...........I7.32.no. Ased and Infirm Ministers Assembly ............10.33C.OO French Evangelization Pointe aus Trembles. Social'Service and Ei angel- Jewish Deaconess Training Home. B. S. South West North East It has come to be a common expres sion among careful housewives Royal Household Flour is "the secret to better baking' Ask Your Grocer For Sale by GEO. KERR CO. Lethbridge. Chas. L. was elccterj president of Ibe Hamll .eonarJ SVhUo, a C. N. n. cngin ecr, was fa (any crushed at Smith When They Wake Up Ravenous T UST remember that for is the one preeminent J cereal combining all that is..good in other ready-to-eat cereals the superlative vAlue of wheat in making bonr, and muscle and good red blood for thu kiddies, and providing a well- balanced, easily digested breakfast food for yourself. Try "FORCE" tor a week M.J. ty Tbe H-0 COMPANY, Hi mil Ion ;