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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 13. 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE WS lOc STARLAND MONDAY 15c WOOF! COMMENCING MONDAY EVERY CHANGE OF PROGRAM WILL CONTAIN NOTHING BUT THE BIGGEST AND BEST FEATURES WHICH MONEY CAN BUY. WOOF! 15c When in Doubt go to Starland 10c fe Empress "ftSURE CURE FOR THE'WILLIES'" TONIGHT COMEDY PROGRAM EXCLUSIVELY MONDAY Through Fire to Fortune A Master Lubin Melodrama in Five Reels MARKETS SATURDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, Juno and rinsing prices on the grain exchanges floday wete as follows Open Closo (July ......8 fl3'l MJ Pet............................ 85 J 85J 'July......... 33 39J. Uuly 1.-IOJ l.-10'S Oct............................ 1.11} Kov......... 1.431 WINNIPEG CASH i'RICEH Spring Ko. 1 Nor................... 93 Ko. 3 Nor................... 015 Oats- I C. .W................. 381 tin. 3 C. 38! No. '541 No. 4 53J Flax- No. 1 Nr. W. C. i......... No. 2 C. W.1................. .1.36-f MINNEATOUS U Illy Sept.................-. Dec. Only Sept. 8'U 85 J 82? LIVERPOOL. CATTLE MARKET Liverpool, June Devaney Co., cattle importers, report that owing to two.fresh outbreaks of foot and. mouth-disease in ttie po- sition at Birkeuhentl today is uncer- tain, neither buyers nor sellers know- ing: what, action 'will be taken by the .Hoard of Agi'iculturn, but there has been auite a steady trade. Good quality Irish steers and heifers are quoted at 14 to 15 cents per pound, sinking the offal. FLY TO THE' ISLE OF WIGHT Is the Latest Scheme for Carry- ing Visitors to Resort Portsmouth, England, .Tune stead of going to the Isle of Wight by eteamboais this summer, visitors will bo given the opportunity to fly. From the end of this month there will be a regular aeroplane passenger service anorning and evening- from Southamp- ton to Cowes. At the super-marine works at Pemberton-Rilling, on the Jiiver Hchen, a seaplane char-a-banc, to carry five persons, is ready for service, and two 'lighter ones are un- der construction. The distance from Southampton to Cowes is about twelve miles, and-this will be covered, it'is anticipated, in ten minutes. The machines will start either from the Ehlpways oC' Feinberton-Billing, or from the town iiuay. RUT.HENIAN CHILDREN TO HOLD SPORTS' DAY Sask., Juno ments have dc partment of Education for a unique gathering of Ruthenian school child- ren at Wroxton, near Yorkton, on June 19. Five hundred children from twenty schools, wiill join in a great field and sports day. Officials from the Education department at Hegina Trill attend with a photographer, 'ivlio take moving pictures. Did you ever try The New Restaurant FOR THE Best 25c Meal IN THE CITV. TRY IT ONCE Commercial Oyster and Chop House 2 doors from Le'thbrldgc Hotel THE LAST CHANCE Theprieo of tho Big Four Oil Company stock will advance, or ilie stock will be entirely withdrawn from ihe market .lime icth. Our ofiices will be until 1U o'clock at night and tlie Directors of the Company will on ..Monday night hold a meeting, advancing the price of the stock or withdrawing it from the market. Immediately'thereafter a copy of Mr. Alan 0. .Nichols' report will he made MR. NICHOLS, TH.B NOTBD OIL EXl'ERT, was brought from California to examine the Company's pro- perty and to mako the location for the drilling the first well. The atock of the Company Jiaa bpeu ciuickiy subscribed for and cnly a few shares remain to he sold at the original ground-floor price nf fin? cents. Tills allotment may he sold out before Monday night, hut in any event, your order must bfi in oili1 hands before Monday, ,hmo Kith, at JO p.m. Here tire a few ot the reasons why we so strongly advise yon to buy all the Big Four oil stock you can: The Company is legally incorporated under advice of .eminent counsel, and with nwJest capitalisation of one million dollars, par value each. No preferred .shares, no bonded indebted- ness. All Js common stock and every shareholder on an equal basis. MY PERSONAL ADVICE I am- backing tip the Hig- Oil Company with all of the force and alt of the re- sources at my command. I want it to become onu of the leading oil companies of Al- berta. I am working night and day to make it success- ful. I want the co-operation of as many shareholders as I can get, preferring to have those who buy only a Email block of stock, for.l sincerely believe that every dollar in- vested in this Block today will quickly double ami treb- le' and quadruple. Von can become interested -for only a small amount of money. ?5U today will buy 200 shares par value 1C the stock- only goes to par value you will make only on the investment. Think it over bu-t not too long, for you may- be too late. Get your order iu now, T. R. SWIFT. Cij The vendors of our pro- perty refused to sell outright but demanded shares .of stock for their interest. Part of the hold- ings absolutely adjoin the Monarch- UeorgeEon property. The location for UIG first well to be drilled is mcst favorable. fiOCl.OOl) shares of stock were placed in the treas- ury for the purpose of p'rovidiiig funds to drill the first well and provide .such necessities as might arise-. Note that not one share of stock is given to anyone for any purpose. The officers and di- rectcv.s .of the Company have been carefully chosen, choir standing can be readily investigated by any- one not acquainted with them. No salaries arc paid to any of the di- rectors. They are all stockholders and. their sale profit comes through dividends, which they share with every ctuer stockholder. A small salary will, of course, have to bfi paid to the Secretary ns soon as the Company is thoroughly organ- ized. (5) Only a. small block of" stock is to be held at the original ground fiuor price of fivu cents. Orders arc pouring in by mail, tele- graph and in person. The allot- WOULDYOU INVEST FIFTY DOLLARS TO MAKE TW ENT Y- ONE THOUS- AND? Monarch shares are selling around per share, and shares, par value S1..00, are worth about Part of tho holdings of the BIG FOUR OIL COMPANY itbso- lately adjoin the. .Monarch property, and yon can today buy shares, par value fcr Five CenU -per A'harc, or This'is 'fie beet bargain any oil company offers in Calgary-today. The small block stock yet to be sold will he eagerly snap- ped up-by shrewd investors. You must act quickly. merit may be over-subscribed any hour. Wo reserve the right to return any subscriptions ;if too late. You must get-your-orilcr In 'NOW to secure the stock at rhis first price. (6) The Company has pre- pared a carelul j.ujoijscttis, containing complete information and a renor-; by .an experienced engineer and oil e-fcpert. This report will be forwarded to every stockholder just as soon as ii can be prepared. 17) You are obtaining stock today at five cents, which has a par value of 51.00. .Yon can buy as little as one hundred shares at a co.st of Jfi.UD: two hundred shares cost 1000 cost ?50; cost 5500. This stock is firily paid ami non-assessable with no personal liability. do not wish to sell more than JO 000 shares to any one person, because tills Is purely a stockholders' .company, organized along co-operative lines, and it is our interest to have many persons enjoy, the profits to be made. (S) The price of your stock may advance any minute. trUlont-the coupon In .the corner -and mail .to, _ us "with your remittance today. Call on our agent for any .further information desired o> send to and com- plete information will' reach you by first mall, and we will, if possible, hold reservation for you. We can- not guarantee, however, to hold stock unless remittance accompanies order, although modate- out-of-towu customers whenever possible. we will accom- T, R. 8wift Co. 204 Grain Exchange, Calgary, Alberta T. R. SWIFT CO., Dept. L. 204 Grain Exchange, Calgary. Please your ollicinl of the RIG FOUR OIL CO. nml your Engineer's Report on Uic Company's holdings. Reserve for me..................Shared at Five Cents per share until I bear from you. Wfiuld you invest Fifiy Dollars tc Make Twenty-One Thousand. Brokerage Exchange COUPON T. R. SWIFT CO., Dept. L. 204 Grain Exchange, Calgary, Alberta. find for kindly enter me rosrisicrert mvner of.....................shares 01' in rhe BIG FOUR OIL CO. It Is understood that receipt of the enclos- ed money will be acknowledged and that Cer- tificates will be mailed to me promptly. Address.......................... Boundary Oil Products Co. Limited A. J. Blackburne Co. Agents Phone 1084 P.O. Box 282 FARMERS READ THIS You n-ill want your HAM, ISSURA.VCK in the old reliable FARM- ERS'..MUTUAL HAIL ASSOCIATION of IOWA. Oldest anil larsest company of its; hind doing Iwsiilfies. A small fee for membership and assessment iwablo in October, and can't be over six per cent- Only certain amount written in each district, which enables them to make low rato. You can't afford to delay getting in your application and have your insurance carried at actual cost. SEB US AT ONCE. M. JOHNSTON COMPANY. Formerly Iowa-Alberta Land Co. AI b er ta Block P. 0. Box 208. WOOF, WOOF- VISIT STARLAND MONDAY The following is the cast and a short synopsis of "The one of the good ones to he offered with ''Our Mutual Girl" at StarlarJd on 'Mt.vday: Cast: Tho young JSnglishmau, Cour- tenay Foote: Angeleno, Donald Crisp; Batteo, Dark Cloud. Through his interference lit the plans of Angeleno and Batteo to kill Eaniaio, a farmer, the young English- man finds himself the object of a vendetta, a-nd his usftrow escapes from the attacks of his-enemy and his final disposal of his foe furnishes a series of. thrills which maintain a constant .interest in tins typical He- I liance production. The young Englishman, while 'asleep in the woods, overhears the discussion between Angeleno and Batteo, relative to the killing of Bar- nato. He follows them and arrives in time to save Barnato. but kills Batteo in so doing. Barnato then tells him that Angeleno, who escapes, will have his vengeance for the slaying of his comrade. The young Englishman, however, treats the vendetta as a Joke, and returns to his room to write of the adventure lo his sweet- hcart. The next day he is shot at in his room. The next night he sees a hand reaching out from behind the curtain with a stiletto to stab him. He and his danger from the vendetta is over. Good Methods of Feeding Poultry There is much difference of opi ions as to the best methods cf food-1 motul feeders that are ing :i vnrinty of wholesome foods. Hand t'ceiMnp requires more time than feeding by the of tin now ing poultry and there arc many methods. ISITicIency -in poultry feed- ing, as in nil oilier work, means tin: sold all ovpr tlie world, and often decs not produce a.i Rood results. Where juitonmUc feeders are used it maximum of accmpliyhmont with i is nncessary to feed only once the maximum of labor. The test of! week, and in sonic cases even less nny folding; method is (lie results often. Tho feeders .urn filled and that are cblnined. On most poultry the hens do the rest. All the feed- plants there is a great deal of labor wasted. In poultry feeding we want ing in tho contest Storris. Conn., is done by means of to got Hie best, possible returns from {the automatic feeders and the results s' iu hatching eggs and meat, not table j'iiavo lu'tm excellent, some remarkable records being made by birds in the FIGHTING WHITE PLAGUE I OfiSS, ting'that we mnsi have a rent consti- tutional visor, no matter what partic- ular end wo have in'viewy Sensible labor-saving methods of feeding will 'provide for proper feeding of the birds at nil times, keeping the food Illations have been sent out for clean, avoiding waste and supi.lv "le fourteenth annual meeting of the Canatlinn Association for the Preven- tion of Tuberculosis to be held In Hal- ifax, on .Inly IS and M, under the palroimfie of IUU1. the Duke of Con- of the howels J3 an absolitie ncccs- nty for good health. Unlcps the w.istc matter from tlir fnntl wliicfi collects there is got rid of at Icaat once a day, it decays ami poissms the whole body, causing iMlionsnuss, ituli- grstinn and sick headaches. -Salts and other harsh miricral purgativcH irritate tlic ddicale lining of the Morse's Indian Root frjjctahlc regulate the bowels eftcuivcly vithbiiC cuinu, aickcniiij; or griping. Use Dr. Morse's Root 'Pitilr MARRIED IN OLD LONDON London, June William (lienvlllo head of the lOdmonton Jlissicn of (he Church of Kngland, EM- monlon, Alia., was married by the Archbishop ol' Canterhury, at Lam both Church today, to Dorothy iUnrsurel, tluj younger (langhlcr of tho lnlo Kov. Chirk, formerly of Jluniburgu, S.nffolb. Calgary Presbytery has been cut in two hy the Presbyterian General As- sembly. Tlie new Presbytery will be kno'wii as Medicine Hat. Saskatchewan Methodist Conference favors extending the pastoral term to eight years. Rev. II. G. Cairns of was elected president of the Saskatche- wan .Methodist Conference. Rev. John Garbtitt of Cubourg occupies the same position in the Hay of Quintc confer- ence. Things carne-fo a .sudden-stop last night, at, the corner of 7th street. and Third avenue, when one gasoline buggy shoved its prow head-on into another. Fields, the crack guardian of 'the second bag for the Macleod baseball nine; accompanied by Hobt. .Mellis, of Macleod and LethUtidge, was driv- ing south on 7th street in a big Rus- sel car owned by the Macleod Liv- ery, and chartered-by Colin Macleod, in search tor a lost member of the party, travelling al an unusually dilatory-pace, .When, about to .-cross 3rd avenue a Ford car, t-he recently acquired property of A. L- McKelvie, which was-being piloted by Rex Vir- tue, collided with the Russell, near- ly perform ing a complete somersault, and turning the other car halfway [around. Hoih cars were considerably Both rear wheels on the i Macleod car were separated from their moorings, and a hole was punched in the body. The Ford's front axle was wrenched completely out of place, and.the machine dam- aged to conic extent internally. ,Mr. Virtue's knee was sprained and he re- ceived several bruises, while Mr. Mc- Kelvie was the recipient a nasty scratch on the face. Mr. Anderson, the oilier occupant of the Ford, es- caped uninjured and Fields and Mellis emerged with no more serious injury than a bad jolt. The accident occur, red av 9-50. ARE, ALL SERVICE GRADE. LOWEST Sailings Glasgow o1 on- day and Tuesday, cannot he over- drawn. The author of the scenario. Clay M. Greene, from which this pic- ture 'was nifido, has provided a script that might have produced into a. wonderful melodrama; the film mriisrs have "xcellcd themselves in i throwing the story upon the screen, 'and the picture should not he missed. It is .executed by able artists, aided by- perfect photography, and is an edu- cational and dignified production ap- 1 Dealing to the best and highest in nature. It furnishes dramatic climaxes in ram'd succession, intro- ducing wonderful night photography, portrays suffering nobly and j bravely borne. Don't forget the vaudeville tonight: The Four Imperial Players in "The Oil if- tho lust injunction to iroSP nairfiiifi SHIPBUILDERS BANKRUPT Fin- Well-Known Liverpool Firm ancial Difficulties Liverpool, June well-known local firm of 'Messrs. Crow, Rudolf Co., merchants and shipowners, have availed themselves of the protection jof tiic Liverpool Bankruptcy Court. A receiving order has been made ag- [ainst them by Registrar Howarth on [the petition of certain creditors, 'who are bankers in New York. Thn firm's liabilities are estimated FOLLO.WS IN, HIS FATHER'S FOOTSTEPS Calgary, Alia., Juno Grntlan Nolan, son of Ihe late, P. Nolan, tip .to. Ihe lime of his death one of the best' known barristers in western Canada, is following in his father's profession. He is at pre- sent studying law in the offices of Clarke, McCarthy, Carson fc McLeod. TONIGHT BUOU Mary Pickford IN J "Hearts Adrift" A ROMANCE OP TANGLED LIVES INTERWOVEN WITH THE MIST OF THE SEA. LAURENTIC Sat. June 20......V. TEUTONIC Sat. June 27.......Sat, June 13 MEGANTIC Sat. July 7........Sat. June 20 CANADA Sat. July 11.......Sat June 27 And weekly thereafter. Book early and secure choice of Secure prepaid tickets for your friends coming from Eur- ope. We have exceptional fa- cilities for talcing care of this class of business. Ask about our 4 weeks' trip to Europe, for Weekly Sailings from New York, Boston, Philadelphia, by the following fines; American Line, (one class cabin, steamers White Star bine, .Leyland. 'Atlantic Transport Line, Red Star Line. Berthing lists now open. all summer sailings. For apace, rates, sailings, etcv apply to, W. M. McLtOD. C.W.P.A. 333 Main Street. Or to any railway or steamship agent. as between and and the assets, it is calculated, indi- cate a considerable deficiency. Tfca failure is understood to be due to tbo stoppage of the First National Bank of, Pensacola, South, America, ivhlcli'' involved the failure oC an. American, firm heavily indebted to Messrs. Crow, Rudolf Co. The petitioning creditors claim amounts to over 000 on bills of exchange. Canadian. Service THE LUXURY OF OCEAN TRAVEL, THE whole ship is yours when you go abroad on the Cu hard-Canadian Line.: The four big new ships on'the Canadian-London Service are "One Class Cabin" (It) liners; The main Dining Room, Lounge, Mntic Room, Piano, Orchestra, Writing Room and Library, Gymnasium, Smoking Rooms and' on open and closed decks, are at the pleasure of all one Cabin Passengers. The staterooms have 2, J and 4 wardrobes, electric light and water and heat under the control of Now Mflffnifirpnt New York, Fiihguard, Liverpool for 3J59 passengers, 901 feet long 97 ft. wide. From New York July Ut, July 22nd, August 26th. Great Britain's LirgesV Ship, the-Embodiment ot the Proved the''Lusitariia" and "Ma 23W Full Information to rttti, and ttr stenmship agent, or THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP CO. LIMITED, 8. B. MITCHELL, AGENT. ;