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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRDGE DAILt HERALD Crass. Mont, June tucjieb. there aro probably few who know it. there Is material on the iround, and more arriviBK daily, to start operations on toring tlve gas irells. The work Is lo lafce place On tno property ol tho Montinl-Cinadian Oil companr, located 31 miles east o[ Sweet firas9 end S .miles north of nutte. The compatn- opera- tions aoour three years ago. ol dollars havo been spent on- borine Ihe other two wells, the last one being (iuisbed Oils spring. Tte material whicli Is now nrrlvlne (or ISe drilling ot (LTO more wells cost over Close lo 100 rucn will be tmployrf In this work. Last summer nearly 50 persons Journeyed from here to the place mentioned above by automobile, b> special Invitation o'J C. H. Jennings md mauaser of llie company. On that nlgtl tbe gss Tras tonchcd otr. the name shoottn; lo lie heifbt.ot over 100 [eel, and WAS a beautiful sight lo witness. Tne roar vas deaCenlng, conversation wt'll-ulsh Im- jossible. Tlie actual pressure of this veil was SOO pounds per square inch, nnd Ihe flow is recorded at teet. When Ihe wells are finished, the tjs.5. will be piped lo Great Falls and Untie, a distance ot 300 miles or more- Tbe former clly, It Is under- stood, will use It to a great at Ite smeller, while Butle. as well as Great Falls, will jcse It tor domestic purposes. The wells will be strung out for a distance of 15 miles. CLOSING EKES skvc business to 40 by jdotne. their shoyplnc lu forenoon Instead ol tbe afternoon ot Vorhajis we aatlcitale, bul that such I'movcaacnt foot ui to hope (Kit It Vlll ticonto (acl. >Srs. Dr. Crjtji, Mlaa Bryaus. and Master Maaty Bryaam cpead- lus their hoHdtj-9 la ISink where have taken a coimje. Low anA'Mn. Howe are also their vaca.lVon In the moun- tains at TV E. Col lins was a KWk-end visitor. iSptclal to tlie Cnruianpiy, Juno liter- noon was the occasion ol Iho closing of Iho school The presentation of prliw. suitable addresses aud the citing ej Hw. OUver. to Hie econd the military sor- fce no'veU by Sir Uor- en, canr at somewhat of surprise. The ImpreESlbn hud created s -v ed n prize of }10 lo Miss Sloan for highest standing In grade IX another JU prlie lo Miss Mar- garet Summers (or excellent Eliikom, June the monthly meellng o( Ihe FIOTvery.Plains munl- dpalltT Iho following councillors were presenl: D. Morris, R. J. Cooper, O. J- W. Jacison, Klmball and T. Spencer. The meeting was called lo order by the reeve and Ihe minutes of the last meeting were. read. Moved by W. Klmball that minutes be adopted as read. MoTed by J. W. Jackson thai sec.- Ircasurer write lo the C.P.R- to see If nuisance ground can be obtained from them on the townsite of Pabow- H. Moved by -Jlr. Weeks that cemeter- ies In Paiowkl and Etzlkom he fenc- (From Our OITB Correspondent) Coaldale, June response to 'the general appeal la. use Dominion Day as a special Red Cross day, It was decided here on Saturday evening lo do so. In connection wllh our cele- bration ire will hold a (ull line of tports. including two baseball games. ed as soon as imssIHe In lune- Moved by D. Morris thai cem mcteries he fenced with S foot posts for Pa- Vowki. 7 tool tor Elzlkom; Page wire 4S inches, 2 i 12 foot wire gates (or Uttlkom, 1 12'foot and 1 x 3 ft. 0 In. for PafcowM; fencing to bo placed In the hands oiMlffercnt- fencing com- mittees. The special feature.of lie day will be j w. Jackson lhat Mr. monster auction sale. A commltlee interview Mount to sec it kas been appointed in chargo ol the. Kilo and lo canvass the district to so- licit donations for the sale. Goods of every discription vflll bs acceptable from a Ford car lo a section of land. Ii will Include calves, poullrr, produce, grain, hay, firra riacaroery, funillure, boots; pic- Inres, sewing, fancy work, cooking. AnylhlnE Is Ecceptahle on whicli we can realize" The Bed C'JMS gels the enllre pro- ceeVls, Errryooe should be interested. It should appeal lo all- The following I j tare been .appointed to canvass Ibeir A. TV. John Peter La Valley, J- B. PSTTT. -'i.If there Is anyone in Ihe district Srho li not yisiled by one' of Ihe abore, ie coinrnunlcale Tlth the chalr- 'Bian of the coinmltlee, Robl.'J. Could. All donations should be delivered at Coaldale on or before Monday, July Snd -Anything: received before that Trill be caved (or by the chair man. 'To a success this requires tHe cooperation'of all. be a coVpartlclpatorta the event- Hii- pan lives are In Ihe halapce. us all Ihrow OTir Influence arid money on the side of our wonnded soldier boys. Florence Kolden. _ X. P. Crispo; Ihe principal of Iho school, was himself tho a gift from the pupils. Miss Vera Talbot made the presentation, on he- half of her (ellow pupils, of an East- man kodaV. ae an evidence ot tbe'hlgh esteem In which Mr. Crjspo 13 held. Tha thanks ot this community are duo Mr. Crlapo for tbe cousclenllous and faithful work he has done, nnd (or the deep interest he has tnken in nil (he school actlvllles, as: well as tho tommunity life- v Accommodation at Premium Accommodallon ot any "kind Is at premium in Carmangay. Tho pros- perous condition of Ibis district has drawn the attention of a great num- ber of people, and many new comers arc seeking Vo make their home hera. The consequence Is that every house Is occupied and any vacant store Is rapidly seized as a temporary place o( abode. There are many evidence a that Car- mangay fs destined lo grow and lhal the surrounding country Is most fav- orably known. Rev. H. D. Marr, B.A-, ot the Cana dian Bible society, took charge of the services in the Methodist church In the his work Un Sunday The appeal for funds to carry on.this great wort among Ihe peoples of the earth 'by giving them the Bible in their mother tongue was responded to liberally. 'Mr. Marr drewthe alien of the people to the striking anL the call of the reeve. Movod by J. W. Jackson ihii meet- ing adjourn. GERMAN OPINION. Amsterdam, Jane 16, via Discussing President Wilson's note to Russia the semi-official Xord Dcut'che Allgemelne Xellone of Ucr- KD aaya: "liusaia'a forinula 01 wilhOMl anaexfttlons and Indcranlllcj is no blnflranCB lo peace betwCep and the Central Powers, wno never have demanded anneiatloni from This unique selling plan, which makes ft so very easy to own the machine in the worlrt, opens Momlay morning at Baw- rten Bros. Furnltjire Store, for tbe enrollment pf200 memberships. Every woman who values a golden opiwrtunity is urged to come in early and apply for admission to this club. It's the easiest thing In. the world to be a of thin club, and we are going (o ex- plain it to you in the easiest way: Only 25 Cents Needed to Join You have choice, of 11 of (fit worlo'i itwlng