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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. JUNE 20, 1914 THE LETHBR JPGE DAILY HEUALP fAGE SEVEN, The Company With An Asset" if Assurance of Gas in Bow Island field with tHe strong probability of getting oil immediately under tbe gas and well selected holdings surrounding the Monarch well-the only well up to date that has found black petrol eum. CAPITAL NON-PERSONAL LIABILITY The holdings of the Company-12 selected leases-have cost only one fourth of the capitalization-It is proposed to reserve 000 as treasury stock to be used for future Development to be voted by the SHAREHOLDERS. The Company will drill on its holdings at Bow Island and near the Monarch Well when sufficient stock has been subscribed. SHARES PAR VALUE NO PROMOTION STOCK ALLOTTED Subscribers to die first issue entitled to purchase as many ,i at par value when Oil in commerical quantities is struck as was pur- chased previous to the strike.'. PROSPECTUS CALL ON E, W. LUCKHARDT or BEATTIE BROS. Bow Island, Alberta R. MELLIS 326 5th BL S. at Armstrong and Raworth Sros. Store, Lethbridge HEAD OFFICE 234 Lougheed Bldg. CaJgary, Alberta Investigation Will Show This to be One of the Strongest Companies Organized Think What This Means- FRENCH CONGRESS FOR SA3KAT CHErfAN CONCLUDED WITH OF- THE MEMBERS Experience of the Vaterlanc Leads Shipbuiiders to Call a'Halt "THE1. SECRET OF FINANCIAL SUCCESS IS THE ELIMINATION OF LOSS" The business, or tha Bvidsh .Canadian Trust Company is to help build up, ami the resources of Oi.v viommtihity. The investing or Funds In RHVENTJE P.RODUCIKG s The proper administration of ESTATES and TRUSTS. Tho cf HOMES by Issuing- FIRE INSl'iUNCE policies, To You affirm that tho affairs of the- Company are uidQaKed .'by con- servative business meii of experience as- sures a'faithful administration ot nil business entrusted fo their care ana as jin adtlltlonal safeguard, the. Company Is 'cbmpslieu bv law to file periodical statements of its condition with the ment. The British Canadian Trust Cb, PHONE 1843 Oonybeare Biook ueo. W. Roblnibn, Minager We carry in stock all widths of Leather BeltT ing, from 2" to 6nDynamo Belts Double Driving Endless Rub- ber Belts sup- plied on the shortest notice. Get our prices before buying. Alberta Saddlery Company, Limited i That is Statement of Premier Telephone intensions Alts., the close the present year, (here will be Tour thousand ini'.es of railway In the province of That she optimistic -iatomcnt of Pre- mier Siftoal who !a spending a few days in the city- Premier Sifton, of railways telephones. that five fe'i.-au miles of steel will be laid this ysar. I am Informed that active lailway building will start in a short time. The C.N.U. wiM cor plete the road from Calsary to Macljod. There will also bs much railway building In other parts of the province. There will be about as much railway build- Prince Albert, Sask., June At the banquet which wound up the French congress, the proceedings were opened by singing the National An- them, ir. -lediatrly followed by the- blessing oi tV; table by Bishop ca! Pris.s Albert. The toast to the Kinp u'lis omitvcd bi'v the 'cast to 'the was Hon. Louis Coderre eioq-: -4- ideal place for Quebec people to Mit speech in which he empha- his belief that Saskatchewan is The Congress, ansong others, f'-o all schools, tie introduction of bi-lingual teaOiiois from the province jot Quebec an.1 their recognition by itbe provincial department of aluca- tliH inninatioii of a mission- ary colo- for work in Nor- thern f sn, also the nomin- ation a to undertake as there :was .last ing altogether year." The -Premier said that the province would spend one million dollars in telephone extension. "Tha extensions will be In districts vhere there is reasonable expectation of the revenue meeting the expendl- There are many more apnlica- ions than any organization 'could keep up with. Some selection must be made. The" lines will 'bo placed vhere they are needed most." The Premier said that the province vas In a very satisfactory position. "For every liability coming flue this ear, there is money "in the bank to meet." Glasgow, .luufc view of the accidents and inconveni- ence caused at New York by the wieldiness ot the huge Hamburg-Am- cr'V.a liuer Vaterlanrt, the question. is asked whether ocean leviath- cultural section ...J ing community of -.HI, have reached their size-limit. The question is e-lie which concerns the shipbuilding 'Jiyile very much. Some contend tlie new Cnnardcr Acquitania is ,the largest liner that will ever leave that river. There it- ground for this statement, as sp' :ie c water all right, hut with ik.iiing to rp.ire. A shipbuilding expert said no obstacle to the inoreasinfr; si'.e liners excepting the narrowness .i our rivers and the lack of proper er Benoit, W. Amyot, J. E. Fortin, three of Rcgina. Set Free While You Wait One Tire set free out of set on Tuesdays and Fridays This niacliine will set eires from ;ji fo 8 Ins; and ''j first class-work. Let us show you wha.S tin? inn chine can do.. r THE- Rear Dallas Carriage Shop G. T. Blunt, Prop, the Viiiinipef Sx'ilbltlon, July upside down, who .May thrilled. qmiaoia wenL the i Clydc'all right, she could nei'er come up- f member of a well-known Tync- Legal Advlscf-W. Amvot. Regiua shipbnikllng firra-statol that" the A resolution' was passed setting one more fo.r dock com- dock accommodation- In this connoc-1 "PPears in thif) crowds numbering .reiidreds of thous- tion he expressed the that 'SGr Or tllh nllout ands with Ills sky Ohi- while the Acquitaoia went down the il? "rovldei! cago. This will the. tum1 are provided for stnr I; p popular .The prei.iier clr Pevformer' the loop and- annual fair of tivj Canadian IndmtrM Exhibition the nva- agement Is It will best yet over strive lor their maintenance the ord COHKKS3 also urges the appointment of a bi-lingual school inspector in the province. NO DAMAGES AGAINST THE AMERIKA London, June Court of Ap- peal has dismissed tlie Appeal of tho C.rpwn in their claim against tho own- ers of the liner Amerlkn, InrcFpcct of the sinking of submarine- "B2" of Dov- er on Octo-bcr 12, wheu lives were lost Only threft companies', he' added, were likely to'huild such largo ves- the Cunard company, tho White Star, and tho naraburK-Amer- ika line, and the steamers would on- ly he engaged In tho Atlantic trade, for that was the only business in which they could pay and for which suitable dock provided. accommodation was WINNIPEG EXHIBITION A total of Is being offered iii@ year in premiums and purses by Itching Skin Quickly Cooled Poisonous persptraiibrt causes rash- es, hives, 'blotchogft and prickly heat, often the beginning of serioui skin i To wish 'poisou entirely the simple .solution 'D, D. p. Prescription, tho famous Specific for Tho vory first drop3 spotlic and lienl tho iullamod skin as nothing else can. We vouch for tho wonderful proper- ties of D.'D. D., for we'kuow that Jt brings instant for all kinds of akin if tlio first regular bottle does not prove this bdyoiid question it w'll not cost you a ceiit. }ettei- oak us about D. D. D. today. J. D. A Co., .ethbrldgo. V.Al ;