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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE '1 HE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY. 17. 1921 Big Capital Will Drill This Summer In McKenzie River Field At Ft. Norman Imperial Oil and British Capital j Will Sink All Excitement I EDMONTON. Mar. 17.- n'aiiidlUu j Press.) A half or tnoro oil ilr- velopment projects in the j ftoids ayp now htadinK up for tin- are already moving in liui ond (rf en route lo ihr nortli HS feoou as rtver navigation opons, The Imperial Oil wnnpuny has four u-'u- t'aliforuia gutcdanl driHius un ihe wftv. all to be set up id the lAui Norms n field adjacent to its present wells; a group of Canadian rind old country represented by will alao have three or foor drills in operation during the season; the Fort Norman Oii com- which is headed by .los. M. AitkoD, brothw of Lonl promises actual development to be- gin oft its holdings in both the Ton Normfcn Slave I.ike fields i his summer; and eastern interests Widespread Enquiry Inquiries uro coming now from pahs of tho ctnitiuent imlii-ating a widespread interest in the new oil Il'.' in ihe north. The Hudson's company informal ion bureau has a lisl of over il'iO such inquirers, a iur.i'.t1 number of whom suite tluit they arc to Hdmoutun in ihe early l with tho purpose of soiuj; to Claims. It is exjicct-1 ed that the available steamboat ac- j on Mie noriheni route will Ho orerlaxoil. and arraimt-nu-uts are btmtc to outfit the late com-1 crs with canoes ami boats which they [CAN'T FIND CLUE j I TO BOMB SKNDEH MAO1SON, Mm1. Some'- set county authorities luul been un- j I iiiili- last to find any duo lo: tho IVJTHOII who mailed a pai-lmpo cotiV fainiiiK u bomb to John 1.. 1'ep- (per of this town, who wns tx'rlnusly by the rrsnltiiifi explosion iivheu Ho opened verier-r P'M-'B ripht hand was blown :t htuul and lowi-r Juw won1 j injured ami his eyes wore i powder. It was found i to amputate his risbt arm Un' elbow. to Ft. Norman Soon The Imperial Oil company's two all! metal monoplanes have made an ini-1 tin! flight from Pence Hive? to Great Slav- carrying U'OO pounds of i sasuline each for the supply depot at Hay River. .They luivo returned to 1-Vace River anil are now preparing for it first flight to Port Xorman us j soon us weather conditions are favor :_ junc to Decide able. Both machines will be used exclusively for the transportation Branch of lories j the geologists, drillers and j Shnll Prevail .Now at ll'.o Colonial theatre, with great symphony orchestra. which R. L. Juukm of Toronto is rep mewing arft said to he arranging: for equipment. Home 900 tons of freight the drilling of u well in cloae iiuve already -0119 north from here mity to tha Imperial strike ;U FOIL for movement tu the oil fields as soon Norman. In addition to Athabiaca and a numbej of independent prs .for navigation, anil ihere are also in the running. I wm he to follow. Included in with more or less definite pJans u.r j are large quantities of drilling Jesting out their holdinga br drilling. I mat-binery and t-arap supplies. All in- considerable activity has been shown iRnilinj prospectors hem? warned ;in the trading of leases, a recent that it will be necessary to make ade- trtMfar of claims flaked under before leaving 'old regulations haring been their, season's provisions and supplies, it not being possible to guarantee such aupplies beyond Mc- Marray. The mouiiteti police too, are taking steps to ensure every traveller j harms a reasonable assurance of nee- i essary supplies before goins north, i Pouct Coupe District Also I The Pouce Coupe district is sharing' with the MacKenzie fields in the oil rush aurt there is lo be some experi- mental development there also. A drilling rip has already gone forward for the Imperial Oil company and will ho operated this summer on its hold- ngs on the Ponce Coupe river. The report that the Royal Dutch Shell company had filed cm Pouce Coupe lands has not yet been verified, there baiog no record of a claim under that naniB at the Grande Prairie land of- fice, where the Pouce Coupe filing has been done. In view of the difficulties of "trans- ALLIES WILL GIVE AUSTRIA AID: WILL DELAY TREATY CALLS -The reply of r. Italy anil Japan KTKHBORO. Mar. 17. -Th- cxeni- h nria committee of Uu.' UberaM'onsrr-J ir tl eat Britain. Frnm the appeal ot Austria for assistance 3 been prepared. The four couu- agree to postpone payment of in the house today. Passage, of the resolution will make control perma- nent unless repealed by proclamation by the Kovernor-iu-council. PLAN WARRIOR DAY e sums to which they entitled vativt'S of West IVtorboro met last niRht and dincuased the rivcumstau-1 u dyr the tieaty of rft. Germain, and ces of the recent bye-election. It was i also paymeSt of the capital and in- decided to call tho old MUenil-Con-] terest on advances made to Austria servaiive panv together at a genera! 1 since the armistice in order to avert meeting lo be held in June when the starvation in that country. party will decide whether it to continue us a Liberal-Conservative rowTlNUF party or join the National Liberal and] WOULD CONTINUE COMISKEV C TS LOOBC HIS "THROWERS" CHICAGO, Mar. Chnrlen Com- iskey. prostdont of the Chicago' can leantto baseball club, ypstcrduy severed all ctumnctlon with seven While Bnx-pluyerB connected with the JJilil world's sorii yeamlal. The players rur. rly under sus- picion from the i havo now had their conneeliiHi.s -'i-ewlth perma- nently severed. Those to whom the notice was directed are Charles Ills- Fred McMulliu, Jiw Jackson. Os- car Kelsch. CIiuil'K'i! C. P. VVilliatus ami Kdilie Cicotte.. AGAINST GOVERNMENT RAILWAY OWNERSHIP (jrKHKC. Mar. oppos- ition to tho operation of railways by thfl ruwnmaiit wu ciyrvMtd at th4 annual milling tht (JiMtee hoanl of trade ttttrmn. neclloa of a TCHolntlon wkloh WUK pusied Itint policy of thu munaivcment of the government rail- Is diverting tho train trailo of tho west to Now York for t'ipiirt. and by means of prohibitory I'rcitiht rates, preventing this firiiln from coming tn Canadian wiaports for shipments, is- most unpatriotic. THEY'RE INCOMPATIBLE IlAN'liKOK, Slam. March III. King Malta Mujiravndh has annttlli'd his betrothal to his cousin, tho daughter of Prince Vararidhl. on tho ground of incompatibility ot temperament. It K believed here, however, thut the nulment isldue to .the ill-health ot ti princess. n- 'I KINGSTON. March Kings- ion Army and Navy de- cided that May M would be the day for the holding ot a proposed "Warrior Day." The Prince of has extended bis patronage to the. day! in Canada and all veterans' tions will be to co-operate lo make the day a big one in the Domin- ion. I It is suggested that on this day all Conservative group. J. H, Biirnha.m. ex-M. P., when ask- ed for his opinion, said the action of the executive committee was quite proper. ''We will now what ought io have been done on a Dominioa- scale at a convention at Otta- wa." he said. "It might as well be recognized first as last that Conserva- tive? are not a lot of sheep lo be driven without their consent. The wiping out of the great Conservative party by a few Liberals at Ottawa with no backing in the country is a hit thick, if it were not disastrous in its consequences the whole thing would be a very comic proceeding. "Some day Mr. Calder may take it into his head to band the whole gov- j ernment party over to tiie party of the west, whose principles he still OTTAWA. Mar. (Can. Press.) ot fuel control by the Dominion board of railway commis- sioners is proposed in a motion of the minister of railways and canals FUEL CONTROL [shows, theatres, picture houses, -dance. hails and places ot amusement in gen- eral be asked to contribute the pro- ceeds of one performance to veterans, the money to be equally divided am- ong bonafide associations of veterans in Canada. BLUE RIBBON TEA 1; Good house-keepers are careful to specify BLUE RIBBON when order- Ing TEA. They do this because they know thfly will get the best tea In.the market at the lowest price that the best catv be sold for. There is no tea in Canada so good or economical as BLUE RIBBON. portation and heavy costs of opera- j advocates. The national policy tion. there is a feeling here that the prefient is like an aged patient in the the In Blisters.WasDisfigurei Cnticsa Healed. Ecrems started on my face around my chin. It came out in blisters and the itching and burning were very disagreeable. Sltep wifl cut of the question and ray face was disfigured J so -I wore a veil. "I was treated and used different remedies but nothing would do any good. I pro- cured cake of Cuiicura Soap and a box of Culicura-Ointmerit which soon' healed me." (Signed; Miss Carrie H. Gray, Dry Mills. Me. Try to prevent further trouble by usingCotlcura for al] purpose. Ttkwlx. So'd new nil regulations governing MacKenzte fields advantage- ously be made somewhat easier, par- ticularly in respect to the size of claim area and u commfvtce of the Edmonton board of trade has been appointed TO investigate all aspects of the situation. hands of friends with expectations." More Fighting In Dublin Streets Selected Vor Important Position I Affrays of a Serious Soldiers Served With Identi- fication Discs DL'BLLN. serious j shooting affrays occurred in this city j last night and a number ot" persons i were injured in encounters between! military forces and police and civil-j ians. A number of soldiers riding in a motor lorry were proceeding along Redmond Hill street on the north side of the city, last night, when a bomb was thrown at the machine. The sol- diers returned the fire and wounded two persons. Another lorry was bombed and fir- ed upon from windows of houses along Camden street and three civilians were wounded when a bomb exploded in Aungier street. During a fight near the Ship street i barracks many shots were fired and j j three troopers were wounded. For the first time since disorders broke out in Ireland, identification discs wern given to the troops lust i night. head of Canada Ijteamsinp Lines, who has been fjuhifeii to represent Canada on the I Foreign Commercial Commission. HeetitliT Comes to you and Ike children if you have Dr. Pierce s Golden Mcal- cal Discovery in the house. For "luilc-ones" and ''grown-ups" this old fashioned vegetable tonii; and blood-maker is still used the million bottles every year. Make your blood better and your health better by going to your nearest druggist and obtaining Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery in tablet, or liquid form. A healthy stomach turns the food we eat into nourishment for the blood stream and the nerves. No one, suffers from colds or ea.tarrh who has plenty of red blood corpuscles and good digestion. Catarrh in all its forms is a stagnation of the blood, introduce pure, redder blood into the system, and health is assured. Dr. Pierce, over fifty years ago, gave to the public, this alterative and blood toni'c which he named his "Golden Medical Discovery." It is sold by all druggists the world over in tablets or liquid, and is just'the thing lo put the body in the best of condition. It is a kinic, alterative and nervine, which contains no akohol, and has the ingredients printed on the label. "Golden Medical Discovery" assists the digestive functions, assimilating the food and taking from it what is necessary for feeding the blood. Thus the blood on a new vigor and vitality. This corrective remedy mature put in the forest for keeping us healthy. One feels strong, vigorous and Ml of instead of wenk nervous .and "played Send lOc for trial pkg. of tablets to Dr. Pierce's ;Jnvalids' Hotel 19 Buffalo, N, Y., ojr Branch Laboratory in Brideeburj, OF a B. ICED HUE NO i FEMWttDJlCrWEi March 17. (Tumidum {Associated Presrf) The Morning Post declares that British agriculturist-.! j have nothing to fear anil everything to sain from an impartial inquiry into i.he question of the British embargo on livestock. Premier Lloyd George, i the paper adds, is in a. difficult position in regard to the tattle issue, being j committed to y cer'tain degree of I statfiinenU made by his and confronted by thn fact that his 'minister of agriculture has henn de- feated by the forcing of this issue into ihe Dudley bye-election. On the other hand, the Post thinks, Mr. Lloyd (Inoi'Ke cannot IJR unimpressed by tho tliat the whole agricultural induK- j {try oE Britain is demanding resistance i t" UIR agitation for the removal of the fiinhargo. t j Daily Chronicle remarks thai] the subject is one which deserves j I periodical examination. It adds that I there is no doubt that certain Can.ul-' j inn intfM'C.-its havn strong fculingfi that i tho embargo Is an injustice and at the same time, the more scientific j tho British farmers are. tin? more em- phatic their own view is likely to be that I lie protection of timir cattle from the possibility of contagion is the pre- dominant consideration. CHANGE NAMES OF TRAITOR VESSELS names of the ships which transferred tlusir allowance to llabriellH d'Annmuin the .siege of Fium'i havp hien deleted from thn Italiitn navy HBC iiumon -lioett aiven A Man's Pie it now Just phbne to your grocer or bake shop and say, "Send a Sun-Maid Raisin or make one at home according to the recipe below. You'll get the pie that men like best because of its flavor and nourishment. The Raisins are Sun-Maids, plump and tender. The pie is baked so the juice forms a luscious sauce. It's a" man's a woman's, too, because it is delicious and easy to prepare. Healthful, too, for raisins are nutritious. Rich in assimilable organic iron, which brings the tint of roses to women's and children's cheeks. Eat raisins dailyth some delicious form and you'll get all the iron you need. Every first-class baker sells Sun-Maid Raisin Pie SUN-MAID RAISINS Always use Sun-Maids for your every cooking-need. Made from California's tcndcrest, sweetest, juiciest table grapes, noted for their fragile skins. Packed in a great sun-lighted, glass- walled plant Suftet, clean, whole- American raisins kind you know are goad. Three varieties: Sun-Maid Seeded (seeds Sun-Maid Seed- less (grown without Sun- Maid Clusters (on the All, dealers. Brand. Insist upon the Sun-Maid Recipe for Real Raisin Pie Cut This Out and Keep It 2 cups Sun-Maid Ralniu I'A cugt boiling water p. cup njgar 4 ublctpootu cormtauxh 2 tablespoon! Lemon Jujec 1 tablespoon tntrd lemon rind Juice L orange 1 tablespoon grated oraugc rind 1 cup chopped walnuts Cook raisins in boiling water for minutes; pour inlo sugar and corn- starch, which have been mixed. Cook until thick; remove from fire and >dd other ingredients. Bake between two crusts. WalnuU may be omitted if Cut This Out and Send It! Send for free book, "Sun.Maid describing scores of ways to use. CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATED RAISIN CO. Membership Growtri Fresno, California California Associated Rainn Co. N.JiU-B, Frtino, Please aeii J me your book, "Sun-Maid free. Address......................................... ;