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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page12 THE HERALD Saturday, June 20, 1012 PROTEST AGAINST GASOLINE PRICES ENGLISH MOTOR MEN THREATEN TO STRIKE AND REDUCE CONSUMPTION iXmdon, Britain is thretftaaed with a strike of motor car ownen, who are in open rebellion ag- ainst'; the recent-increase in-the price of gwoliae The first big rise was during the transport strikes or Hit >ear, which held up the usual supply of gasoline, with -the re- srfmptton pf conditions, there nof corresponding reduction of pilce." This caused, mutter-ings am- ong the' motorists, but no actions taken until 'the present dock the price again soared to stick a height tbait the retail coat Is almost doubles what it TV two years agp. The first definite action to give voice to members did not hesitate to declare that -they were not satisfied with the explanation, and they have entered upon a definite campaign to force the oil Interests to lower the price of gasoline. reasons are given by the oil men for the first, the rules of-the Port of London authority, which prohibit the storage of 1m ge quantities- of the spirit in London, thereby, increasing the ;cost of handl- that .the stead- ily increasing demand for refined mo- tor spirit a large, quazitlty of oils on hnnd, which ia a'dead I loss the oil companies, can be found for'it TO LOWER TARIFF G.F.STEPHENS S-CQi PAINT AND VARNISH MAKERS BRANCH AT CALGARY SOLE AGENT-FOR LETHBRIDGE Hayr Hdw. Co. scd foi Masonic purposes John 0 Jones is getting his full share of publicity just now, and Ins recent election; to the presidency .of the Alberta Federation of Labor is now eclipsed appointment io the position-of ..Vice-President of Dis- trict IS or the-United Mine Workers' of 'America. Hlllcrcst people put little credence of Alberta and British Columbia in tie reports circulated last week hate m Mr Jones Ills foresight, to ,tho effect that Rces had been ciear iudgment and lojaltv to his elected by a majonU of 100 Causs are at last icuarded ot-es, preierrmgHo for the, n seems unnecessary to evtend cou- oflicial result before that gratulfttions, to "Mr Jones-he knows thfir ov-n tandidatc had been defeat- wen Ctl0ugh the ,belief that Jlillcrest u'nd their belief in their late lo- people hateria him and his abilities' I sccretan was justified toda> when wishing him the full com- plement of success we. venture to ho per that during the timr he is in the BYLAWS WERE FERNIE i VOTED FOR SCHOOL BE FINE BUILDING {Special to 1 Ferule, Juno .election held .yesterday to pass on two -money, liius itiiSe money to build and equip ,i new addition lo the Ceutial school building, diew a small hut i( a unanimouMj al- one upon the pTot Uous T rlul to to aid in building an addition tlq the Ceutr.il ithool, 91 aflirmAtuo lo, MV negntne, and that to uiibi foi [urinturo and (Ktuies ic- cened 97 for, to 3 t Tlic provincial eminent will s'up- plcment as'mucli morii from the provincial school fund, thus enabling the school hoard lo expend on the new building. The school year closed today, and Priiichmi Bruce severs his connection with the Fernic'school to lake" the stljicniMon of a new South Vancou- ver" school. Mr. Bruce leaves tlic Ferine schools [iii a line state 01 tho result of two.-years of effective work. As yet no one lias been secured .to lake his but it is hoped that Ilie man lo take Mr. Bruce's place will, bu as thoroughly equipped for the position, and can earn on the excellent woik begun under such trj- ing circumstances. 'T'lIE Pleasure of having a cool, fi-esji lawn every; morning and evening' that is perpetually green, min or hhiuc, js a simple matter, by a sight expendi- ture at our store. ORGANIZED A FARMERS' UNION SOIL TILLERS AT LOST LAKE LINE UP WITH THE MOD- ERN..MOVEMENT- i This means Nest Pass been split bv the. 'nomination oi Coleman nun Nothing can be said or more practic- had prosperity the John'Fi'Srnaryfor 28 years a deputy sherift, deadrat iu his 66th tile laith the miners 13 eai WHEN (MSol swings low and far away he The average furnace is a glut- appoints an understudy for the purpose ton literally burns of keeping Outside. K-f ago McClary's -Furnace, by, reason of ite marvelous (icating capacity and the balmy June air it suffused the house with, was specially appointed Understudy to the Sun. That appointment has been confirmed year after year, "Sunshine" Frost's Master awaits your orders for winter. RemeYnfier 'the ttie Frost King was very-i active He us with a three months' siege of snow and ice Almost conquered the thermometer by chasing the mercury out of sight. But he failed to penetrate thous- ands of homes, because the Understudy of the Sun McClaiy-g "Sunshine" Furnace on.theVjob in of .these homes, It's easy to keep Jack" Frost at a Mfe distance with the "Sun- shine" Furnace. He may storm and rave outside, but there is no place for him with- the Understudy of the San hag demnatrated jta mutiny in the up money. Thr "Sunshine" Furn- 'aoe saves its cost in a very few years because it burns coal, sparingly. Call on the McClary agent of your locality and ask him to prove that statement true. If he cannot convince you that the "Sunshine" Furnace will cut your coal bills by a very pleasing margin we don't want your order. That's the fairest way we know of doing it appeal to you There are a multitude of rea- sons why the "Sunshine" Furnace does save duce coal that will be printed in the following advertisements. Here is one that should make you" call on the McClary agent at the "Sunshine" Furnace has four radiating faces that gather up the heat greedily and diffuse it liberally all over the house. just call on the Mc- Clary agent and ask to be shown. If you do not -him write us at our nearest address and we'll tell you. You certainly owe it to your- self to find out why McClary's "Sunshine" Furnace is called the "Understudy of the Sun." 'MNPON TORONTO VANOOUVBE 8T. JOHN, N.'B. M9Claiy's 101 MONTREAL WINNIPEG HAMILTON CALGART Lost Lake, June Lake farmers hine at last gotten together and n union organized TJiey what benefits be derned from it and a large membership already, re- port-ed. grow The farmers are rejoicing- over the splendid shoeing the crops during the present dry spell.. No complaints made, as are being'-cver heard'in other districts, which means'-tve are satisfied our soil is of tbe best Sunnj Southern Alberta -can pro'duce. Wefl drillers of late have been iery successful in drill- ed a number of wells with an'abund- -water. i.Mr. andv Mrs, O. party7 on Saturday Juno I5i for 'the young people of this diBtrlct. AH report a good time. Mrs. E. Cappes of Lethbridge has been visiting with her mother the past three TV eahspreturned yesterday via auto, accompanied by "her sister, Miss G, Olson v J. Ui_ past few months'in1 the Raymond dis- trict, returned' recently, renftwing old acquaintances and looking atter-bJB interests.' Mr. Anderson says the crops in this neighborhood are the best he has :seeri yet. Mrs J Olson and daughter, Mrs. E. Cappes, called 0. Jacobson on Wednesday. Mrs 0 Jacobson and Mis E Cap pea called, on. Mrs. Dr. Roover on, Fri- day Mi and Mrs Good'iie and Mrs Hoover "called Jacobson-.Suaj dav evening j Ralph Hoover, Guy Dart, O Jacob-' son and "FT Prouty journeyed over'to the Big Bow rivei foi a day's fishing They report a fine day of sport, suck- ers biting well, and were rewarded of their laboi with, a jiice (mosa os fish While riding horseback on hig pony Albert Batalden had tlie misfortune of receiving a badly cut foot, suit his horse becoming unruly and ft collision with a wire fence fol} lowed. Mrs. O. -Tacobson entertained in- formally at her home last Saturday ovenmg in compliment to Mrs. C. .Tat-cock and Mrs Parker of Leth- bridge and Grassy -Lake reapedtlvely, who'are visiting rthc Batter's mother. Dancing "P tbe greater part of the and all report Mrs. Jacobson an Al hostess M A Hobert ia a ver> 'busy man these daje, making numerous trips to, town. He -Is very op'timistlc" over the rapid.progress and Feels that homesteadlng is a plea- sure. L A enjoyable ciowd gathered at the home of Mr. Mfe: Monday evening, where all erijoyod dancing untill the "wee hours. %WORK ON NEW PHONE LINE Taber, June Work on .the telephone line fc it, to conned Taber with Birney! L'Snejgtar, Rolling Green and will commence and has a- sufficient number of con- tiacts signed, fo i guarantee the line The line vyil! tun north to Barney and west to other distr cts :The line will be of great convenience to the farmers. ALTAR-ERECTED. ON LINER cVonheal, June to tbe large number of priests sailing for' Europe oh the' Victoriaiijv 'the Allan- Li ne made arrangements for the daily; celebration or mass bv erecting an, altar in one of the public rooms of the vessel, VERY LITTLE Oife MORE y.OF.THE MINERS VOTED IN V ''ft. .BVE-ELEQTIOlis x t 'O Fenne, June Icom Dis- IncL IS, election for to fill the vacancy caused'hy -the eloc- Liou oE Clem Siuhbs tq tho cy, arc as follows f J 0 Jones ,985, B Rees 8JS, Hyslop spoilt 64 total J. 0 Jones' plurality 110, STo1: more "th'tin of tho members Wheo ComeJfejh Kelt And iDijt JEly Out atjtheiVlndowi What- Would 'it' mean, to heat and dirt baniihed from your ItitcKoi' this be free from the blazing '___l. ft WitK tke New Pefcctioo Oven, the New Perfection Stove ii the complete cooking on the market h )tut n qiadc and nandy, too, for and ironing. r ThU Stove Ttmt It iaves Labor n Fuel Perhclua Sttrc Fro Caob- Beat iiUo tnm BAraM eeBti la caver THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited GERMANY'S IMPROVED CRIMINAL RECORD Berlin, June and prison records show that there hag -been a steady In the .percentage of criminality In Prussia in tho last ten year.; Where formerly 769 iperaons out of each .'were sentenced annually for some sort of crime, tho number dropped last your to 68fi, a decrease of 23-'per cent. A most grat-, Ifying feature it> that the -majority o'f the decrease WHS In the Item ,of fol- oniea. The.number of women crlmlu-i also showed a {ailing otf. Wlien'' you- ('matches THEY HAVE A TRUE SAFETY BASE HEAD, WITH SILENT TIP WILL t NEVER EXPLODE IF STEPPED ON. EMdy's Matches hire tat- Isfled, tlnce no others C. B. Eddy, Company, Hull, Canafia ;