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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LBTHQRinCE DAILY HERALO SATURDAY, JUNE 191 Sbe i Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES DiJly, delivered, per year..... by mail, per year...... Weekly, by per year.... 3.00 1.00 P IJCKED UP IN ASSING FOR THE BUSY HAN A strlko of oil ami gaa has been TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office I224 W. John Torranct Managing .'Director Business; Manager made_ai Vance.'Sask. SVm. H. Lee is the uoui- j ineo tor governor in Minnesota, de- I letting eruor Ebernari BE1XH THE HILLCREST. DISASTER Six months of- nineteen fotirteefl. have brought disaster to. the Canad- ian Pacific Railway greater than ins its entire history. First tliere was the awful 'disaster on the Kiver St Lawrence: when the Empress of Ire- land went to the bottom with a death toll around the thousand, and at tlie moment when this disaster was under zs. ooSiirs in i to be controlled by, and thero.ia bfflty of .the loss ol life case reaching, two iundred- Truly-troubles never (Some singly. The Crow's Neat Pass has1 been-ttte scene of mining; disasters -large and email Feriile and Coal -'.Creak iiare lad their share, but Uie miners in Alberta seemed to haye suffered most with the, awful Frank slide, the Belle- vue disaster of a few years ago. and now the explosion at HHlcreat, Is likely to prore the Trorst of all. Mining at its best is a precarious occupation. The work underground Is always hazardous, no matter where it mav be, in America or Europe, It Is no wonder the men engaged in this form of toil demand fair treat- ment as to irages and hours. Oh the prairies the fatalities are to the almost entire aosenue of gaj.l mountain mines .the danger is great, though serious explosions are few and far between. It.will be the duty of the Provincial government to mate a thorough .Inquiry inip the HUlcrest Gas must hare been accumulating In tho mine for some days.-In order to bring about auch B. powerful explosion. An, Inquiry must be made to ascertain If the disaster _waa_due to negligence on the part of employees or officials of the com- pany or the air Jas AMiUiie) will make his firs public cam paign at Toronto next Tuesday J. S. o the Morrlsburg, Out Collegiate In siitute, has-retired. Mas (he eldest daughter of E Partridge, Tvas. dronned at SlntAluta. Sask. Twenty-five autas hare bean sole Snow flafee, Man., -district. Jps et M succeeds _ casted on account of his -temperance- views, -as lire eandidate-in" Rlverdale, Toronto of OrangeTllle, is the for the On in Bufferin Britain, a iloose Jaw Jewel er, auiativa of Strati. roj% Ont. SPEND IT IN ALBERTA Winston Churchiil wants Great-: Bri- tain to fajv.est Per- sian oil fields, which means'that the mother country would go into the de- velopment of the oil resources of the Asiatic Empire. Since Great. Britain is seriously con- sidering such -2n Lnresinent- it- hooves the Canadian and Alberta gov- ernments to engage themselves at once 'in interesting the Imperial au- thorities in the Alberta oil news. Great Britain would undoubtedly pre- fer to invest ita millions in the Em- t can be established that Stella twelve weeks' awful burns received E the hotel disaster at ifacoun, Sask., a dead. Inspector Rheaunt, of the R. K. tV Edmonton, has been added to of Major McDonnell to be itatiohed at Mirror Landing. 5 B Sanderson a Conseryatire, is n field on-a banish the 5ar plat- form in Addlcgton; Ont, and the Lib- eral candidate, W. Martin, has withdrawn. Suddenly, screaming. "I'm James Ara'ttbewis, London, Ont, threw arms'as ihe was chatting with his sister, Mrs. Harry Harris, and fell to the fioor dead. He was 59 years old and a prominent Oddfellow. .A. W. Rutledge, barrister, Davidson, and Dr. Stipe; TiTatrous, are after the Conservative nomination in the new Dominion constituency of Last Moun- tain, Saafc J. of BIad-! worth may- be the Liberal nominee. 'If tfie temperance'; people of On- Bob Sage is rignt, this oil boom u a fuuny thing b'goib. One to Bob. The hoi polloi was mildly excited last night. About nine o'clock one oi those boomergugs broke loose, and was running at large -around the Ales, botel. The laitst, ut that hour ot the night was that McDougall-Segur had shuck oil One gentleman on whom the petrophobia rash was breaking out in oleaginous spots, rushed up to a white-haired gentleman pulling a long black cigar, and. unloaded the in- formation without stepping is take on breath. The wlute-haired gentleman was mildly surprised. It was Mr. 1. E. Segur oi.the Mc- -He raid' ho uopea li was right, but wasn't botr- ting against odds that day. So much for the oil boom-erang. Cheer up, the col. has it ttraight that wre'll have a real toilv b'bom.. one of these mornings. Then. How is it that when they strike enough oil m a well to lubricate a perambulator they -always" put the cap on? Course, we know it gives the stock a chance to rise, hut'it leaves a bad aste. What prayin s enough blnrSmm' oil to the bailr stock-to blazes. Then we'd have real boom. Even lime Edmonton thinks some her cih is getting'too much notor eh, the folks in the capitabget a ealous streak, and stir'Up a police candal Thei seem to keep 'em on oid storage m the Eskimo burg So ivhen Calgarv pulled the.oil boom, Edmonton took a nice .'juicy "police candal out of the ice bor, uncorked t and let 'er smell. Blamed if we now whether it smells'tcTHeaven or -well And it's a funny police scandal 'that harley Kroning can't getVhls nose nto. He came through a couple here vith an added stripe each time. Now e's getting near the fop of the cap. Apropos of Charley's :threatened'as- aEBination in-the chilly north, "kron- T" may -be soms Sherlock Holm's, ut he's off on his legal acumen at About the time .news carce and the papers were kicking P a row about the Sunday blue laws harley had a little. private conver- with the col. about -what o to the hash-house keepers 'if they 'dn't separating the Sunday THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAI IM3TAXXXD SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. TOOk WOb, Tide Deeds. ar other valuaUes in one of these boxes FmmiR mrouunoH to Lethbridge Branch R. L Brymner, Mgr OP CANADA terio reject the 'abolish the bar1 plat- jsctao1 scholars from their. nJckli is destined to be a great oil province, the mother coun- try, we are sure, would transfer Its attention from Persia to Alberta. The governments have a clear duty la this matter. Great Britain should not be allowed to put. a cent into the oil fields of Persia until a thorough in- Tcstigation bi the Alberta neid has been made "by the fcest oil experts the British government can secure. A a great asset for the Empire. Better form of the Liberal party this wJU be tfca last time that it.Trill be Jjrought This is .the significant state- ;ment marie by Mrs. N. W. Rowell, wife of JTewton Wesley Rowell, leadr er of tht Ontario .opposition. The statement was made in the course of a class meeting of the Askin street Methodist, church, London. There was scene in Sydenham street .Methodist; .Church. Kingston, wien Mr. John Hughes, aged S5, re- buked ReT; G. Reddick, a missionary from BrlHsh Columbia, who called upon the -congregation to support Leader Rowell's abolish the bar policy. Mr. Hughes arose in his seat and ex- claimed: hare come, to church far would it be than foreign country.- a snpply.rin a Market gardeners--BlouM-get vthelr greea goods on the marfcet That is the housekeepers kra, looking for. A man was found standing up ,on a Toronto street Only natural. Toronto puts one to posture. ileep in any old Economy evidently isn't popular. The one man street car system was Introduced for that purpose and it Is now used as the basis for a recall pe- tition. The Federal Minister of Agricul- ture is buying three more quarter sections for the experimental farm at Rosthern. Wonder if tee ment is made to.synchronize WitiTttie bye-election being held there for the Saskatchewan Legislature. in lieu of the coveted ice-cream cone. The col. wanted to know -why .the pros- ecutions were not brought' on, and the erstwhile .detective replied, are waiting for them "What is a fiat "Damfluo, but well fir 'em wJien we get 'em." v And the incident closed ___ _ _______ Now if one of those Citer-Sous of Edmonton should -just happen get his lunch-hooks on one of them fi-ats, e would tremble for. Charles.- We've heard of .entertainlntiangelB unawares, but we' never .Knew dukes could be classed under the's'ame'head. But the Duke of" Connaught'is' appar- to.-heaj _the, word of God, and not to 'cwen ently in line, as the following .Jittle in- listen to a political sermon." He then left the church; Sir "liVman llelTin Jones and sev- eral experts of the Massey Harris Company bare, gone to California, where they iriJl investigate merits of a now machine ivhlch cuts and thresh- es grain on the field. This machine IB said to have been nearly perfected and hi? Canadian implement men are desirous .of .investigating it, realizing that any such machine must find market In CiLnadej Boy conductors will be placed T. H. of the JFaUJT'lins, had one of those surprises on Monday morning last .that come only pnce IE a lifetime, ,and' then few nien. A man in prdSnari-' called at his house, the G.P.R; Cracks' at, I the junctfcn' near 'Mr.-Aiheavvolun- teered 'to go said, no, j-dpii't, -g off. the directed -Jlr.'Aiken; alwaya a courteous: gen- j said, "I hear tha Duke's ,train-ig'to be today- ;and Td what the municipal street crs inj he ]ikV'- wouldn't aee London, as an experiment. Much j very much, said the atrang- oppositlou was expected from the un-ier- but Tom-fce-pt as they ion -to which the atreet car men be- j walked' and "P" ever sec long, but when it was explained tht boya would only assist the regular i he- conductors, and that, so far as pos- sible, they.-would be selected from the families of. street, car employees, no protest ivas raised. It is almost im- possibje for the conductor of a double- deck street car to collect fares and watch hie ptdpa without "Oh, yee, J have seen him, and he isn't mnch to look at." "Do you think I can get a sight of said Tom, I go "Well, you surely can without go- ing, for the Duke see you." Tom's hat went off at once; and Warner's local member, Frank LeC- fingwoll, is a live wire. The district Is finding he Is the for the Job. Warner riding already has gome of the, best roads in the province us a result of his efforts, and now the telephone .system Is to be carried to points fifty mllee from a railroad. .Mr. Lefflngwell ibeliaves in serving people's, interests. Tht Montreal Mali says th Ion government. win meat In ber ancTgo No the ly following the session. The Toron- to Qlobe.guesBes there will not -be an- other elections will take place this fall. We prefer the opinion of Premier Borden, but; unfortunately It hasn't been given yet. i or the other, and the boy assist- ahts'wlll to" 'relieve the I regular conductor of part of his neglecting] was made' he knew not how' FoIIOKinguthe report, .of the audit- ors-of1 the.Canadian Home InveEtment albcut .150 contract holdera. at Vahcbuver-paused a'resolution di- recting, their- commltteo in Victoria, assisted by ir member of the contract In thlA city, to re- quest the; Attorney General -to start criminal- .proceedings against the dl-' rectors-oT_fhe company for alleged ir- regularities. The report of the audit- ors-showed a shortage of which..should be ir. the loui. reserve fund In cash. It waa also aa'.d that the directors, in permitting-a loan qf Mortgage Coin- pany, and a deposit of with tbo government of Nova ScCKia, and from 'the' loan -reserve fund, were not Justified. The advice of the'solicitors was that a receiver appointed, very well explain. But the Duke of .ConnaugBt lauglierf good nature'dly at Toni's are the three big factors in trlbutlng to this high preitlflt enjoyed every SatuVday fromr 'Full inforraatlbn f ladly ished by all Railway and shly H. F. LIDMAN, Qcniral A0tnt 349 Main St., Winnipeg OpenaHoosekccping Account and Pay Your Bills by Cheque -There is a decided ad- vantage in depositing -your housekeeping money in the Union Bank of Canada, and issuing Cheques for your expenditures. You avoid the risk of keeping a considerable sum In your home or carrying! it when shopping, and each Cheque, when cashed, becomes a Receipt QRA58Y LAKE BRANCH LETHBRIDGE BRANCH A B, KING. Acting Manager 6. R TINNING, Manager GF CANADA TORONTO SAVINGS dcfxMolm Ai bwk dnw the higW cmrent rate nl htiitsk. WhMnwali of put or the whole' UDOtm may be nude whn- erer daiRd'withaut deUy. G. F. BLETCHEflj-Minaje BRANCH 315 13th 3t N. 11. iiy ,j IISCORFOHATED 1869 Capital Paid Up Reserve Total TRAVELLERS''LETTCRaOF CREDIT IMued, alio TRAVELLERS' throughout worM, DRAFTS Mid, drawn dlract on our corroifiondenta, alia BANK MONEY ORDERS. MONEY transferred ky letter or HXHBT MA HAPPY HOMES When you went home to tlumci today, WHS yolii- all played out from cooking over thill scorching 'iconl fire? remedy. Make Her Happy by Installing The Gas If Cooks the Dinner With- out Cooking the .Cook Now is'lhe tune to Ui.U Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light, Heat and Power Co., Ltd. Plione 151Q What Are Your Wishes 1 how you.would .wish your estate, body those wishes in a Will Name this Oonipaus your Executor and your-wishes so legally .expressed .will be' carried out-to'-the leUer Write tor Will Booklet The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limited Public Administrator and Official Assignee for the Judicial- v- Districts lETHBRIDGE MACLEOD CALGAPY WETAQKIW1N 220- Eighth Avenue West, Calgary. Hank ot Commerce 3uUdipff. j.' .Inspector WHITE LETHBRIDGE BRANCH t J. M. AITKCN, Mmnaqtf. CANADA LINE CO NT DIRECT TO Montreal Quebec Hamburg Bremen S A Rotterdam. f f Direct it ft N E N T PALLANZA July 3 BSS. fiera fio on board nilht Mlllng. Prepaid Tickets from Lowut Pricoi. Buy front or StMrnshlp Ticket AACht. W. M. MACLEOD Agent 333 Main St., Winnipeg, Man. TfflRD CLASS COMFORTS VIERE if no Cunard-Cenadian Steam- ships.' .AT of London, Eng., describe.! It. ''The.third class la a aianwl to Comfortable :cablni for (wdr three, (our, six and eight persons, menu which not eciipxd in many Wcrt End resUurauta." There are two Smoking Roomj, Ludiei' Rooms and Social Hall, and both Open and Covered Deck Promenaden. The New Magnificent "V'Aquitania" New York, Flihamrd, Liverpool for passeqgeri, Ml feel long VI ft. wide. From New York Auguit, Great Brltaln'a Ltffeet Ship; the Embodiment of the Proved Quallriee of the F.n nUtmiihtn; nM, r.' mt 1 THECUNARD LIMrTEb; B. AOItNT, LETHBRIDGE. .SCHEDULE From '.Montreal Prom Liverpool Sat June T.EJJJONIC Sat, .'MEOANTIC ...Sat. June 27 And weekly thereafter, of accommodations. .Secure prepaid .for your, from Eur- ope.; We.'have exceptional fn- .cllities for "taldng care of this uiaas of-buslness. CJSalt .'abbiit.'iur .4 weeks' trip ?190; Weekly iSaillngs from New York, 'Boston, Philadelphia, by the lines: AraeHcari Line, (one class iteamera White Star Line; 'LoyliUHl Line. Atlantic Transport Line, Red Star Line. Berthing lists now open for all Hummer sailings. For sailings, otc.. apply to ,W, M. McLEOD, C.W.P.A. -333.'Maln Street, Winnipeg. 'Or lo any rai'way or steainsliii) Local Concern. menied on' 'High' of its Output by-Highest ''t Caijtada, ;5eems to be "tlie outatandinB feafure of the 'group" of'.npecfirieiis from the Lethbridge Herald. The samples'seem to'stand out prciriihsntly'-prrTSOCwuat of the uniqueness- ing Among other dp'ebimens-itf.a'booklet that, is Handled admirably. The cover shows design printed gray.' antique find Publisher, V" PJeasing" This Will Create a Gojpd Im pression of House IN HjEART OF CITY HOTEL SAVOY 'SEATTLE Slodcs of Soli.1 Ocnifort" fn Uic centre of and alorcs both sklcfl. aboluU'ly tt Qiijtlet ;PMct.or, 'BATfHINQ TENNIS COURTS." The Tourist atid Fishing Resort of the Kootenaya '.WRITE fpR.TNF.QRMATIpN LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE rArrive ilJ Hat-Kootcnay 6H Bll Mi tG4 W. 666 667. Hat .'Medicine" Hat-Calgary (via Alilcrsydc) Hp.t: (via Aiderayde) Ijethbrldge-Cnlgary (via Mncleod) (via .Urtlibrldge-Oreat Fnlls "Qrea't Falla-Leth'brldgii Dfepart ,4.35 '24.M lii.25 13.50 .17.30 .Carditon-LoUibridgo !f.30 Truliin 63S and 10 and firm I'Muclcuil only ou ;