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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta Contract Awarded to T. -Will Have Running Water and Electric Lights Whtt promise! lo be the most EltloeutirMldence In Southern Albarta anil 'ono of the finest in Alberta, north or flbutn, city or country, 'will be tliet to erected thin Bummer by w. H, lldntyre, of Salt Lake City and Bliotty Southern Alberta, at his big rurieh Voutli of Magrath. triwt was on Saturday to Thomas StubbH. The price of the minding, eiolmive ot furainhlngs, wlW be TOien the furnishings are jmueS flie value will bo closer to 000. "Stiibbs will put to work expects to have the big palaoo completed In the early fall. TheI house" 'Will te 77x44, ex- clusive'of a 'Ig-foot veranda, which will run all arpunil tho house. The Dlam silown to the Herald are for a tulMlng'ot the -bungalow with a magnificent front elevation; The 'architecture is of stucco de- sign. The. flooring 13 the best quartered oak obtainable, costing 1160 per 1000 feet at Fort william. Two feature! of the residence 'will be the waiter, and'lighting systems. Though thirteen njiles from a town, there will Berjiimtng water and elee- trio light In the house. The water sys- tem, will b'p a gravity arrangement from springs on the ranch. The con- tract .was p. H. Elton. OWAN 'PERFECTION COCOA Just the right flavor 4 4. 4. 4 BAB IN ONTARIO ------_ Out., June Gralnuu, of the' O.A.C., stated last night's frolt a disastrous one and. truck girdeuere' In' {Mi. trlcl. There was from 4 to .10 ileirreea of ootn- ing to market this morning say 4 that UMides -being 4 spoiled, that fall vheat and 4 peas are hit -very httti.. APPEAL MADE FOR AIDFflRIHE Robert E. Campbell, M. L. A. Addresses Letter to Citizens Hlllcrctt, June citizens Onoc again a terrible cal- amity has fallen a portion of our people by which nearly 200 fam- ilies have of ;thqse .unoti whom they depended for support. One hundred, and ninety miners' nearly all ot whom were heads o.t families, have been tilled by ihe exploiioi day last at Hillcrpst. Tjie .consequent suffering and destitution is.' beyond the realization-ijr-those of our pebple who have never; witnesseU or. experi- enced the effects.of 'such -a.'ijisaster, but who, nevertheless, will sympa- thize with unfortunate position. f-! "On behalf of thwe destitute j fam- ilies 1 appeal to the people of -this country for asulstance 'to alleviate their wairte.'.At the tequeet'ot tiibse most nearly interested, .I ap- pointed a committee composed o! Judge of Me District Slac- Itoit, Mi. A. J. .Gaiter, ieereWty of DUtrlot IB of the TJ> M. W, pt A. mil Mr. Colin Maoieod, banister. All monetary contributions should .ije of- fered to the Union Bank, Bellerue, Alta., to the credit of-the Hillcrest and Sslief, '.Com- mittee as conttituted and any food or olbthing addressed, to the same oommiitess handed to any C. P. R. agent will be (orwarded Ctee al acknowledgements of which will lie made through the press. Believing that the citizens of Canada ooW as THtt feKTHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD LAST SIGNATURES OF PROMINENT SALVATIONISTS PAGEFITH This is a photo of a postcard mallei! at R'unouald. Juit few minutea Before the Empress went down. It was signed tho card 33 wore drown and 14 were saved, Commissioner David 51. Rees, Colonel S, MaM.T-.ent, Brigadiers W. S. Potter and Walker, Slajor H. Pindlay, Adjutants E. Harmagan, H., Qreen, E. DsBow, Mrs. M. DeBOTf, F. ana C. Still, Ensigns G. J. BonyngefB. J. Pattende'n, O. Marfall CapUiihs J. P. Myers, Hardlns, M. Guide Whatinore, Lieutenant S. Blglanii, Bandsmen E. Ford, W. J. Humphries, E. E. Weeks, Steadier, S- Pantler, P. E. Jones, B. Evans, R. Matone, W. Harvfood, A. Stevenson, R. Perkins, G. 83. Oeo. Atiyell, W. Turpiu, Bndgn B. Pugmlre, Oipt. Hufus Spooner, Geo. Wilson, Lieut. A. Keith, Bandsmen Herbert Greenaway, Tliomas and Mrs. Oreenaway, K. Mctotyrc, W. H. Wakefleld, B. H. Green, W. H. Measures, Jas. 14. in the past will come to the assist- ance of the suflerers, 1 remain, Yours Very truly, 1 Robert E. Rocky Mountain. GOVERNMENT WILL INVESTI- GATE Ottawa. June government here has communicated with the au- thorities at the Hillcrest mines in Alberta, where the recent terrible disaster occurred and messages o! sympathy been sent by the prime minister. The authorities have been asked to let the government know how best assistance may he ren- dered, iand what form it should take. It is expected that when the ex- tent of the disaster has been ipaile known and the amount oi suffering ascertained, a governor-general's rant shall be issued providing a sub- stantial grant for thfi families of those who have been.billed. In .order I that full particulars may. be obtain- B. McSiven, one of. the oi- i flcials of the department of labor, has been sent out to malte a full in- vestigation. PEOPLE RUSHED AWAY FROM A PENNSYLVANIA MINING VIL- AVERTED Washington, Pa... June a night of terror, the people of Mead- bwiahds, a little mining town near here, today returned to the homes they had yesterday forsaken when it seemed the village would be engulfed by a torrent of burning oil. Twenty- fourfami'Hes, rendered homeless by the fire or the- dynamite used to oheoK Its progress, were camped on the hills, until officers of the Un- ited Coal Co. could find them more comfortable shelter. Doctors and con- stables mingled with the crowds in search of had been hurt In tho panic last, night, but no serious- ly Injured were found. The oil in the tank, struck by lightning uii Suuday night, had 'burned itself out, although great masses of black smoke still roll- ed up from the spot where it had stood. A tank, containing barrels, resisted all efforts of firemen yester- day and last night whon an explosion scattered the oil, the other tanks in the vicinity were threatened. Scores of workmen diverted the flam- saved.- It was said the loss -would reach Troublesome Hairs on Your Face or Neck (Beauty Notes) A thick: paste made with powdere< delatone and water, and applied to objectionable for two or three when, removed will take every trace of hair with It ami leave the skin firm and free from 'blemish. After this treatment has been employ- ed, fche skin should be -washed to re- move, the remaining delatone. This is quick, harmless and certain, but to avoid disappointment, care should be taken to see that it is real delatone you get. Thi.i Book is for YOU! WOUR at! ready I for mailing to your office. All that is wanting ti your name and address, and this you can give us on the attached coupon if you will. You need this Book in your business." It may prove worth hundreds of dollars to you. It costs you nothing. Perhaps it may contain the solution of. your most vexing problem. If you are wrestling with the difficulties presented by an increasing business, which is suffering from "growing and finding its pre- sent quarters too cramped to permit of expansion, this Book will surely help you. If you wonder "why you are staring an increasing pay roll in the eye every week a i corresponding shrinkage in you will find the answer in this Book. OTIS-FENSOM ELEVATOR COMPANY, 60 ST., TORONTO Fill in, tear oft and mail this coupon THIS MINUTE- before you turn this page. FEBNIE Fernie, B.C., June Bishop of Ne'w Westminster has appointed the Eev. W. M. Walton, railway' chap- lain to the charge between Field and Glacier, with headquarters at Golden. Mr. Walton is to look after the spir- itual welfare'of-the .tourists.- William government in- spector of pre-emptions, is in this week. Not a small number- of. Ferule citi- zens .have profited by'the rise in Mon- arch oil stock. Mlssei-Allle and Helen.Walton have gone' to Sask., to spend the summer with their uncle, "Captain Cairnes. Preceded by a number of city dig- nitaries and followed -by on admiring crowd of small twelve ton road roller steained its way from the station to the city material grounds last evenint'. A miner wasVseriottely: a fall of rock at Coal Creek mines early this morning. He was removed to tha hospital for treatment In the case of Orchard vs. Canadian Pacific Hallway, damages .for injur- ies received while in their employ, the case was dismissed by Mr. Jus- lice Clements in tba sitting of the Supreme Bourt at1 Cranhrook week. s The game of football at the old ball grounds between the Crow's Nest Trading Co. and the Bankers resulted in a score of 2 to i in favor of the former team. i William ingrain Is erecting a hand- some two storey brick house oa the corner of Victoria and McEvoy enuee. APPEAL DISMISSED London, June Privy CmiR' cil today dismissed the appeal. ;of Cook vs. Vancouver City over the re- spondent's diversion of water above the appellant's property. "The Compiany With An Asset" Assurance of Gas in the Bcrtv Island field witn the strong probability of getting oil immediately under the gas and .11 selected holdings surrounding the Monarch only well up to date that has found -black petroleum. Oil CO. LID. CAPITAL NON-PERSONAL LIABILITY The holdings of the Company-12 well selected leases-have cost only one fourth of the capitalization-It is prpposed to reserve 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 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. PROSPECTUS CALL ON--------- L W. LUCKHARDT or BEATTIE BROS. Bow Island, Alberta R. MELLIS 326 5th St. S. at Armstrong arid Raworth Bros. Store, Lethbridge HEAD OFFICE 234 Lougheed Bklg. Calgary, Alberta Investigation Will Show This to be One of the Strongest Companies Organized ;