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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1911' letbbribge Ifoevalb i Hiberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Dally, delivered, per year..... 54.00 Dally, by mail, per year...... 3.00 Weekly, by mail, per 1.00 TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office 1252 1224 W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager MR. MARSHALL'S ABSENCE The Calgary Netvs Telegram crltl- inspector Bruteu, senior inspector cises Hon. Duncan Marshall for going Of yle police force, has been to the Old Country on a trip. It argues that lie should liave remained in Al- iherta tO' lead the campaign for the eradication of weeds. What twaddlo? Mr. Marshall is visiting Europe, not on pleasure bent, but for the purpose of gathering agricultural knowledge that will he helpful to the farmers of Alberta, As for tie weeds, the work of the inspectors will proceed; Mr. Marshall's presence in the province -would not aid Jn that matter In the least Sir. Marshall has developed wonderfully as an administrator and his services for the advancement of good farming In Alberta are already by the men who are thor- oughly interested in agriculture. His P IICKEDUPIN ASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN Geo. D. Fyfe, of the inland revenue department at Ottawa, inspector ol weights and measures, lias been ap- pointed special elevator scale inspect- or for ihe three, prairie provinces. Seventy-two co-operative organizations hare now been organ- ized in Saskatchewan for the pur- chases of farm supplies and the mar- keting of farm produce. appointed deputy chief of the Edmon- ton force on the recommendation of es-Cliief McRae of Winnipeg. Due to continuous absence for two years, the seat of Senator W. J. Slae- donald of Victoria, B.C., becomes va- cant There are now five vacancies in the Senate to ha four of them in Ontario. Vassil L. Delinege, the defaulting collection clerk of 'the Merchants' Barilc, Montreal, -for whose arrest the bank offered a reward of was, on information received from Mont- apprehended at Trenton, Ont, by Chief of Police Moftatt A funeral. service for the Catholic Building Now Going Up Prices Still Coming Down! All Goods Must Be Cleared At Any Price! agricultural school policy alone has a hlgS. only in the. province, but throughout tha eniire dead who are still imprisoned In the j Dominion. sunken Empress is being j arranged at Rimouski. The services CALGARY'S NERVES will be conducted from u boat char- Calgarians take the oil boom very seriously. The Toronto Saturday iffght didn't accept all the stories about the oil field as gospel truth and ft'andcd out a few paragraphs that irere none too the Calgary reader. The last issue of the Toronto tered for the purpose. Tlhe Laymen's Association of the Montreal Methodist Conference en- dorsed a proposal to memorialize the nest -General Conference asking that any official in the JtethcdiEt church .paner has this paragraph: now ,opea io a layman shall alsc earnestness of some of our western i to a citizens is beyond dispute. The other day a Calgarian sent the following iL That the 6ath Regiment of prepaid telegram to this office: 'Re- move my name from your list of sub- scribers.' Signed barrister. Calgary. Incidentally this telegraphic message cost the sender, esactly ?1, Trhen a two-cent stamp would have answered. But that just shows the effect of an oil bcoin on the human System. And the worst of it is that ES we do not" know 'what particular oil company; this particular barrister is interested in we cannot make amends." Calgary will get over its j attack of nerves soon. But it's a pitr: Endltott, C. W. Brown. VV- _ real did not violate the regulations when they part in the Corpus Christi parade on Sunday, with rifles ia their hands, Is the statement of j Colonel Hughes, minister of militin. j He says that "The 65th" observed the letter of ffehe law because the riCes they carried vwere not government rifles." Saskatchewan Methodist Conference- elected the following delegates to the 'General Conference: _ ft. A "Fashion Craft" Suits values Olose-out-Price..... SI 3.90 322.50 values. Close-out Price......S 14.95 values. Close-olit Price ,......SI 8.75 630.00 values; Close-out Price Men's Summer Under- wear 65c 'Tru-.Knit' Garments Price.. 45c> Zirnmer-Kiiit Combs. ton shares of oil stock were swallow- ed up in this telegraph toll. W. S. Reid, J. B. Taylor, W. P. Mc-j i Haffie, J. C. Hartley, Dr. S. G. GET TOGETHER IThoS' LaWEOD and Dr' W" The Raymond Rustler starts W. Fawcett, Sas- undernW and more prosrcEsi-e man-jkatoci1- Jolm George, Shaunaron; C. egemeat with the demand that the B- Keenleyslde, Hegina: A. W. Irwln, towns to the south of Lethbridge i Jaw; Fred Cox, Prince Albert; should set closer tozether. It savs: J- J- Estevan; A. H. Nlcholl, "The towns south of Lethbrlflge A- Cross, Regina; "W. not united as firmly as they should Swift Current j Mile. Virginia Rey, a lonely old lady i who