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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEW THE LBTHBRIDGE DAILTHEKALD MARCH KEVIN, MONT., OIL CENTRE Formation Extends into Alta. Experts Predicting Big Boom bortioott oi' flttoen tartly it work ou ntnioturo at SWMI lirags, Sun hurst iitid from ilHrh'. Ithlu I ho 1 throo mouths, m many other rum pii li- ft.1 s oxjiect to tlml tlio mother oil jwol lioro 1-jUiorjiJu on COM puny has [icon p run; reusing ruphlly with lousing Ui Is week. tii; Noi'tlvni Kuilway j ;n-ly vfitUT oi' the j (Worn Our OIVM IM in lout As COUTTS. M.'-r. i i utt a Canadian project Alliri'ia in i arik'Iino. ii will nu .1814, Gordon Campbell foHowvtl ;i for-! iior inclines wfceu tbo oil mutton acrou the Internal Produced in quantities.. dary. Working "off Ms v-toi'- i- in projcrocs on nil sides. I at Kevin. Mont., tj inject Um'i-.Ml Campbell 1ms nlrenviy secured formation which he declares VO.tMH' center: Manvberries ii tfce larjsgt to he found in whole west. After comr'leting his work in Alhor U, be speai. utuch time travelling I through Montana. joui formationg. including tlio Creek :inH the clisn- Farmers liave Weotl Train Warm cnmr (Prom Our March 10. in' the sfitriuro. Thu uil operators of the Oat Creek .M rvalue i list the formation is not so t'Urntfive. nmi ore! thoir ,ut.eiilkm mTilnvard to Cat this Kovin structure. The independent j HIV iu uroductiuti. Alter tlie development to acquire property ihoro in that fit-Id Eurl Soovil and Dan Wall, of of the Roundup iifM ami the proving as the land lius increased so greatly Uayniomi, wore hens last in tho in value. This northern fit-Id holds; of the Mormon church. Their abundant promise of lietoniinp tho service qulto popular. oil ro.L'ion. ;is doirios ntv just as. h IPC they ihul U convenient to drift iirnnoniK'Pd as the present producing votuin at not too n tfiit.1. i- for-, Hold arid fur tarter in extent. 1 The Kev. ScnUi'U r.c.rt Mr-. Scratch 1 with U grent extent, ''ndoM-1'! I for train school. j the fovor is fully yppri' cSaiu-o for the ISth ur you Messr Pendant IVOi'i.'Ilo. business in town reiiv.tly. Siinie of us were of the Cat Creek Held, he to tho Kevin disim-u The Colorado is expos tv: evi-ry in the Kovin the gin has been washed Sin mationts oJi in tlin Cat CreoK Machinery Arriving [-ire with us. Their servii'e.i are in Peek of Or'o -Held in Montana seem to indicate The nior! of Mr. Campbell's crjuij> :largely And 4Jip jn town 4il should bo UIUIKI from 1100 to i men' 01' uil drilling machinery will tlunr efforts would seem to )'-e quite' feet at Kevin and vicinity. {arrive at tIi-3 Kevin field the gratitying. Mr. (Campbell states that this is and most of the timbers and oil formation in the state, and lumber are on the srouiul for the ri of it follows that if oi! bearinir are eucountei-od that the finding of one of the world's greatest pools -..ill be the result. This formation covers an area four townships aild three townships wide, extending into Alber- i Wasn't it fortunate. Last Monday y Robbitis isnmc one breathed magic weather. to hare call when he Akrigg was here on official business on Monday. somewhat under to hli bouu bf In thn Ttttndikh of the notit uan of It. It addi writ tn of Ihc houw. .Vr. N, I1. IB having n :c Buk Co.. Toioaio. wlU bruig you t ires UiAi bui. iFrnm Our Own BARON'S. March A. E. Me- '.oil. The structure is Urge, flat ami'season WJIB the coming of the "Woert jDermott's brother and mother were i denial, with 70i) of Colorado shale Train." Ami aUhough tho aiteiuluuco I visitors In on Thursday of last I eroded, which should make Jits not all that cuuld have _ itlons practically tho same as Devil's sired, yet there was not sufficient ac- or Cat Creek, considering and numbers had to go i face indications. [awny M-itliout the privtleje of hear-ifor the Drilllns will cuminepcp in iho Coining- th.> disconrsfs. If we arc The of thp Consoll- school, was a visitor in. Calgary Train travelling the oradn shales, ami nruducuig sonda! favorer! WR will have io make spealal Country arrived at the depot on ;shunhl be encountered in. or directly aoeommodation in ihe town and not March 4th at n.m. -This I depend on the train service which is accord Ins plan, and at 10 a.m. i underlying ihe Colorado shales. ?.ir. Campbell, being a geologist, as of necessity limited and more or less.lliti lecture car was open and a jwell ns an. operator, has thoroughly unsatisfactory as It -compels the speak- of citizens and fanners avail- wurkad out this formation, has spar- ers to address two And themselves of the privilege to ac- (ed neither time nor expense, on this suggests the question that is being information on this important j mammoth structure, ami the draiving asked by so many. "When the De-! subject. Tho speakers were well In- j radio to domal are many miles in ex-, pnrtmcnt of Agriculture had such. theoretically the farmers i tent. He believes that the accumuia-: T.-hy 'did not they come and thought, hnt the farmers were certain- jtion fa the greiuelst in extent that bo deliver it. ''When will we 'ir 'equipped with the practical exper- (From Our Own Correspondent) Mar. The Liberal association meeting on Monday night attracted almost evury member who foregatherecl to hear the report of C. F. Hayes, who returned earlier in the month from a visit to the, differ- ent government departments at Vic- toria. Among the definite assurances given Tvas that a modern ferry would be installed to replace tho old stylo craft now iu operation on the Koot- enay between East and West Cres- tow, Mr. Uayes also reported that eminently satisfactory progress was being made in the negotiations be- tween the B.C. and Canadian authori- ties and the U.S. state and federal de- partments that have to do with the drainage of Kootenay Flats. If tbo! American officials interested can agree i has come across. There are so many have snothfr train school to help us possihle conditions in this northern on these same ami kindred well worth while, tnhing field that .wonderful are ami will the goTernnient noth of the question. Tha farm- ington shall provide-tho TJ-.S. expense expected in thia part of the country, .lish a permanent school It is er. who faces the hard facts of tSta money there should be a conference farming hpnce tho discus-] as to whether Idaho legislature federal reclamation service at so often suggested that farmers, as yearly, gladly welcomed any class, are slow to to advices [whereby any enemy of crop raising from the college men- This is cer- he They felt the tainly not true ns applied to this dis-1 weeds, rtitworma and soil drifting trict. Why. you cannot find a man would all nft a thinjr of the past if the las the structure iu Toole county (3 I most A Live Burg j Last Kuudiiy, the little burg of Kev- Jin Is suii! to have Kicked like Rivtrr _.......__ ___, jBide Drive when accounting Tor all: anywhern who is not talking of a-.iopt-J'niiOKiiou of conservation of moisture (lho sifihtsectrs from cit-l'ing somp part of the "Weed Train" be polved. j les and The adjoining towns in {information into his farming And' Mr. Alex Fowlle .was a visitor In i this field tmi already besinning to pro vow what we have always main- Calvary over the j feel the advance tide of prosperity.Itainoil. that .Mauyberrios is surround-! K. IS. Daviep who hag been [Many speculators are arriving in the ort by most intelligent bunch of of Lethbridge for some field. 'farmers in be found anywhere. months past is now spending some There is expected to be IB the neigh- are to understand that we are to with her daughter. Mrs. Wilinur of the engineers of both countries this summer to devhto a plan of opera- ticvia that will gather the necessary information to definitely determine whether drainage is feasible .or not and the probable cost of the work. ,j Mr. Arnold of Cjirmangay lia? ar- to succoi'd Wm. Vennablos jat tho Imperial Oil Office. 'Mr. Venn-. j aWes axiiccts to go to his farm m the I i near future. Mrs. -s. i'iko's section nf ths ladies'! 'aid met Pike's home on Mon- iday, 7th at 4 p.m. The objec- j tlvis of tills section is to hold a pantrr sale on Katimlay, March 19tli. 'The hour and place will be announced lat- er. There will also be a. fancywork J i booth which will consist nf aprons, j pillowslips, chiMreii'.s dresses ami many useful and fancy articles. Dona- 1 tions of any kind "will be gratefully re- i ceived by Mrs. riho. Afternoon tea will be served from 2 to G. Gentlemen JTvilt be welcome to this happy social function. Rev. S. was visitor in Leth- 1 jbriuge the. minister's meet- 1 held Tuesday. March Sth. and P. Bradley are rejoic. jins over tlio arrivni of a son on March i 1st. Concptiilritinns. j Crow of Carmangay was a visitor 3ionflay, March Tth. I I Mr. E. Popham. local auctioneer is j ;a man days, travelling the country, carilucrinir Iiiisr r. Fie-jhi'-. oisr worthy telo- j plione. is i-n the sick list. We tor her a xncody restoration 'to health. j The snoTr ctorm on Saturday cer- italnly .ipperilc'd to the Truly lit was early in T'IC season, but. the j tieinr mostly out of the ground. ;i the new snow pteliin? found its way I In, moro nspiy-Kiiiy so into the sum- I iner fnllfiwed Inr.d. j ave in report. -that If. Johnson of school iM.ifi' is from her recent I fall. i A unrr.ljt-i' 01' IT Dtteni'd ti" gay on Monday, I ?drs. A. 10 for IScts. 25 for Round tins of 50 for 70 eft. fruin lee in 7th. HnK fur Iho If am fly and of Mr, P.'Bradley. i Mr. R. 3. lUonus iruK at homo In iUarons for A of the Laflio.i' Aid was 'held in thr; on Tuesday after- iiirion. Mh at. 3 o'clock, with J. TI. V.'el ;h. Plans are undVi1 way for flip iIi'niraMnn of the rhurch I j and for ilv: pjiiutliiff nf the out-' jfciuc m thf! vvi'.v noar future. Is hopi-'d ,it tho sumo time, rkM1- j I trie Ilphlrf will br: iiiBi.allod. Thifl( i work v.'iirn make our: I church louk likfj a jilare of larger pro-j in rominiinily, Tho ladies arc to bn In Uiolr out-j looli. Tin-! l.-ulicH hoping: thnt thin work will li'j iromplctcd i'or Euetoi' Sundny. j Mrs. A. C. TJIaino itiiil Tier Finn j poet to Ifcavc for their 1'arm in thonoar f uturn. A ton on lii'haif oi1 -the ladles' aid will be hnld nt thf home nf Mr- on Thursday afternoon lit .1 0'cltirU. This is in aid of Mrs. Pike's aoction of tho work. .lohji hns made a great Musterole Works Without the There's no sense in mixing a mess of mustard, flour and water when you. can easily relieve pain, tore ness or stiff- ncsswithalittle clean, white Musterole. Musterole is made, of pure oil of mustard and othqr helpful combined in the form of the present white ointment It takes the place oi mustard plasters, and will not blister. Musterole usuallysives prompt relief from sore throat, bronchitis, tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, headache, congestion, tism, lumbago, pains and aches of the buck or joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds o( the chest (it often prevent' Clear Baby's Skin With Cuticura Soap and Talcum PllCJJIfsi B l.m I'Hm. rtu 1 Dr. wHl you OMO Mid Hffuia OTu, ft box; 4Ktlf.rn, or A Co., Unttod. Tornnbi. n.tmple frf e U yntf tiMitton thW uvl unclose IT'S DISCOURAGING to discover a hole like tills lit the comfortablo shoes tliat you expected last for a couple months longer anyway. How- ever, 1C you seud them to us tor HIGH-CLASS SHOE REPAIRING resole tliem. restore tlieir looks, and put them in condition! io give you long servicu. not try it? J. W. BRADLEY 212 13TH STREET SOUTH. IT IS TIME TO CON- SULT US REGARD- ING A MONUMENT Lethbridf e Monumental Cut Stone R. NMdt, Proprlitor. IMPORTEB OF SCOTCH GRANITE AND ITALIAN MARBLES. PHONE 14M 315 ST. S. The Spurs have a chance to win the Cup, and you also have an excellent chance to win one of the prizes in The Herald Football Competition Prize list jumps again this week from to with'a First Prize of Get In The Game! ;