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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE I.ETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALO MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1914 "Measured by actual milntivn -nowcr; there is: no. other ration which in economy can compare with b'remV." from United States Uept. of Agriculture Bul- letin. QUAKERBREAD 5c per Loaf The best bread in the city. Be sure it hris the label on. All good Grocers sell it or Phone 1027 or 378. Baker Mayor Hardie Gets a Letter About Carnegie Library Building CANADIAN TEACHERS GO TO ENGLAND Four Toronto teachers are to to London, England, m the overseas of teachers between Canada and the old Jand. Reading from left to right ttey ire- ''-Miss Macintosh, Miss Botsford, Miss Wilcox and Miss HcCafieiy. They par tlcir own expenses, and are to be paid the salaries pmd the London trachers, whose classes they take. Four London teachers are to take their Classes here. Tils is something unique in Canadian educational, circles. TO LICENSE WIRELESS 'OPERATORS Ottawa, OnL, June author- ities have ordered that all wireless op- Aerators must take out a license, as -amateurs have become a nuisance. DIVER LOST LIFE Quebec, Que., June Crossburo of New York lost his life while working on the Empress of Ire- land. He fell from the slippery hull and.-the air valve closed.. Attcr -Mayor Hardie had walled through 'the letter received by him this morning from Andrew Carnegie's secretary, James Bertram, he paused for several moments to recuperate and get another start, lie is entirely at sea yet as 'to just where the lib- rary question stands. The Mayor is endeavoring to gfl hold of someone who can translate tie letter, which follows. Some time ago Mayor Har- die sent Mr. Carnegie a copy o! the plebiscite vote taken on May 7th, along with the-nlans for a competi- tion submitted by a local "archi- who is the object'of some re- marks by Mr. Bertram, none too complimentary as to the ability of either himself or any of the local men. Here is the epistle in f'Carnegic Corporation, New York. "Yourz oi June 8th "receivd, asking if the letter from a local arcttect fulfils our requirements. Our require- ments ar stated in letter of promis and how you should go about .the! matter is stated -in "Notes on the' Erection of Library -Bildings" sent you on March "local arcitect, who iz an interested party, instructs in suggested docu- ment that the "architects of this city be asked forthwith .to submit-. competitive designs." What experience hav the Lcthbridge arcitectz in erect- ing these library bildingz that- the compe-tition should be restricted to them Very truly yourz, JAS. "BERTRAM, sec. No official lists have yet been given out, but the fallen in; is the most complete available 1'roiik J Smith, s-cretan of the Hllluest Collieries, when appioarfied foi an official on Sunday, held up his hands very negatively. "We are just, preparing said he, "and I can- not give them out until they are fin- ished. There is so much else to'ilo-in i the thai 1 cannot promise them to you definitely." Mr. Smith I was very solicitous as to the welfare oi those Who survived, and was' sol busy looking alter funeral mcnts, that the names did "not cern him for the moment, although I he had his men working on them all j diiy Sunday, checking them over with: their numbers, and re-checking them that they might be accurate. THE DEAD James Bradshaw, Nick Dickinson, HobDrt Coulter, Nick Al- fonso Eudeas, Do Thomas, Wm. Fox, Benz Boradsky, Mike Schuran, Sam Ironmonger, Jas. Armstrong, Wm. Sudcsky, John Pearson, Wm. Tromp, Thomas Taylor, Thomas Bardslay G. Franz, Rod Mclsaae, Wm. 'NetlK Frank Bostock, Jos. Boradsky, Jac-j oh Andieachuk, Dan Costcnuk, Jbhni CLARKE CO. The Store Phone 453 Acedia Block The All-Arouiid Sale Continues Every Day This Week and presents saving propo- sitions on a bigger scale than any previous event of its kind. i Every department offers its choicest stocks of most seasonable merchandise at big Goods and Silks, Staples and Wash Goods, Gloves and Hosiery. Corsets and Under- wear. Whitewear and Waists, Suits, Coats, Skirts, Dresses. Millinery, etc. All ping at prices regardless of actual value, the object being to close up the stock__________ ALL AROUMD Brown, Seela Gredda, Hugh Hunter, A. Dugdale, G. Hick Wm. Zippisooki, ffra. Murray, R. W. S. Bainbridge, M. Janigo, P Peno, Wm. Brown, Robert. Petrier Ackers, A. Slant, D. C. Murray, -1. Dave Murray, Dan Cullinan, James Oatoni, J. Qui'gley, D. Albenessi, Ewing, Wm.' L. Rossi, Fred Bingman, ,-W. Gallamore, P. Johnson, Chris. Costenuk, L. Zafflic, I1. McNeil, A. son, Bert Southwell, Phillip Kanzuk, paggett, A. Porteous, John A. Penn, Rod Wallace, Charles A. John McQuarrie, V. Calli, Prosper -Day, Jack Foster, Seven' pete Bossar, Pete Koher, Tons' bodies unidentified, Thomas Smith, mut'ti, Tom Quigley, B. Catterino, John Hood, John Davidson, C.- Gamimoli, U. Marchetto, G; Fo- bilkm, Frank Labonne, Frod John- jj'ick Kuzenko, Carlo Parnesari, ;n, Fred Moorehouse, Thomas Wil-fl. Tamhorni, Sam Cangilini, A. Cat- George Pounder, James R.. Joe Gamarda, G non, John B T. -Turner. McKinnon, JA Barbar, U ANGELES Saitilb; June 20. (Via Laredo, Texas, June 20) OTTOMAN GOVERNMENT is 'BACKING DOWN Constantinople, June was stated oa good authority here today that the Turkish government has in- structed Its minister at Athens to in- form the Greek government that Tur- key is wising to permit the return of Greek subjects who Were' compelled re cntiy to leave Turkish The Ottoman government, it Is said, is rea'dy to grant incfe'murty for the loss- es'of those who .-were" forced to. leave j dunng'tBe'aattGreek dls? sen, ueorge founder, James r.-eiij R.. tlanslord, Joe uamarua, u- ijaicuy, Gray, Wm. Fines, Fred Coulter, Atex jiarcblli, Albert Famharini, E. Pag- Felipe Angeles, acting secretary Jlorrison, Albert Buchman, Win. Hill-. anari, John Saudul A-7-Gaparini, R wai for tho Constitutionalist man, Ed. Maloir, Wm. Moore, Pat. J. Maluk, John Sands, M Has deposed Irom that position to- Kane, MiSe Zaska, Louis Fortunate, Kworyanczyk, J. C. Clarke. D: .J M Older o! General Uarranza lor John -Ynderski, E. Rardina, John Walker C Coam S. Mignavicz; Sam disobedience o( ordert Feloruk, John Balinski, E. Botta, Charlton, Mike Tyron, J. Porteous, No further details of tbe action Stev. Bareyai, Pat Commiso, F. C.! Petrie, V. Bodio, -W. ,G. lliller, which caused a sensation here mre Bennet N." Albenese, G. jobn Davidson, John Tkczuk, W made here beyond a statement that N'-ck Demchuk, Carlo Cassagrande, Knasmcza, L. Chabillon, P. Snadu-' Angeles had rccen-sd certain ordfrs Pete Kantilisi, V. Fortunate, Joe ]atrii'. Adlara, "F. Kwasaizza, F- from Carranza and had jaliea lo Rochester, Fred J. Frees- Vcndrasco, Steve Maluchuk, Robert carri them out. Gen Angeles is gen- ter, Anoine Lagarde, Bill Rednick, Muiri Zasora, Thomas Corkel, era! of artillerv in Villas anny and Nick Marran, E, Cicconi, G. Dem-', Angus Fuquer, Jos. Oakley, George f a strong Villa partisan chuk, F. Frah, S. Reitko, A. H. j Robertson, Harry Carr, Word was received from Or- JlcKay, P. Sembtchk, J. Mudr-yk, T. Ay. Brown, 'B. Charlie] General Carranza and asked, for in7 structions. K .was reportcdj.liere that General Manuel Chao, former gover- nor of Chihuahua, was replaced bv ueneral Villa had been etwuted on Villo's orders, JTO.-ARMISTICE Saltlllo, Mexico, June 18. (Via Laredo; June Carranza's-'reply to the Niagara me- diators' declining to arrange an arm- istice with the received .its flrial touches today and will .be des- patched tonight or. tomorrow Officials in take the stand that because the Constitntion- sts are not represented at the con atccs, and declare that the demand for an armistice was impossible for the Constitutionalists to grant -un- der existing circumstances. turbaacea. Emory, met in t-ha't place and ;n in "tire central MexiLan 'They, sent'-their to NAON HASN'T -GIVEN UP-HOPE Buffalo, N.Y., June nev- er more confident than I-am-'today. ;of tha ultimate Bucceas; of said Dr. Homulo S. Naon, 'inlnliter.'of when, he arrived here at 12.30 today, .after 'in Washinstoa, S.O., n-lth President -Wll- and.Secretary .Bryan. "The With An Asset" Assurance of Gas in tke Bow Island field with the strong probability of getting oil immediately under the ill selected holdings surrounding the Monarch well-the only well up to date that has found black petroleum. an d CAPITAL NON-PERSONAL LIABILITY The holdings of the Company--1 2 well selected leases-We cost only one fourth of the capitalization-It is proposed to reserve as treasury So development to be voted by the SHAREHOLDERS. The Company -vnU dnll on Us holdings at Bow Island and near the Monarch Well when sufficient stock has been subscribed. NO PROMOTION STOCK ALLOTTED f Subscribers to the first issue entitled to purchase as many Shares at par value when Oil in commerical quantities is struck as was pur- chased previous to the strike. ______________FOR PROSPECTUS CALL R. MELLIS 326 5th St. S. at Armstrong and Raworth Bros. Store, Lethbridge HEAD OFFICE 234 Lougheed Bldg. Calgary, Alberta E. W. LUCKHARDT or BEATTIE BROS. Bow Island, Alberta Investigation Will Show This to be One of the Strongest Companies Organized ;