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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALU PAGE Less Profit The GasPull makes money for you by increasing i your crops as well at by cutting operating It doesn't require an expensive shelter and owtt nothing when not running.' Always ready for Work, no matter what the It never gets sick arid never dies. It ttie work of six to sixteen hones and does it quicker, better and cheaper.' The OaiPuli will pull up to 6-plow bottornl through or stubble, and only one ia needed to roandge engine and plows. It it light and food for drilling, discing, summer-fallowing snd harvesting. It will build roads and haul crops to market. It fumishei reliable smooth-running power for all sorts of belt such as running threihers, balers, h: silage cutters and saw mills. Rumely service is back of every Rumely branches and and repairs on short notice. Ask for GaiKill catalog No. 352 and the name of our nearest dealer. RUMELY LINES Truton Earn- Plow. M Cora MfeU RUMELY PRODUCTS COMPANY (Incorporated) Chicago Ptuitr-Formms Mockinnj Illinois CALGARY REGINA WINNIPEG SASKATOON ITU FUG IN1TED PULLED DOWN AND TRAMPLED WILL BE PUNISHED Washington, C., May Coufalonierj, the Italian ambassador, called on Secretary ol State Bryan today in regard to a reported insult to the Italian flag by two American Seamen.in Philadelphia, Mar 14. The Hag was displayed in front of a bar- ber shop at the time of memorial ex- ercises over American Vora Ortiz ric- tims, and it is thought the seamen wiitook it for a Mexican flag. The flag waB pulled to the ground and trampled upon. Mr. Bryan assured the ambassador that the seamen, it found guilty, probably would he pun- ished. The answer was accepted as satisfactory.. Washington, May Admir- al Mayo reported to the.navy departs merit today that the Mexican Feder- al gunUoat "Vera Cruz, previously re- ported to have been abandoned, was sunk in the Panuco river at Tamos. Admiral Craddock, commander of tho British naval forces at Tampico, call- ed yesterday with his entire stafi and two captains upon General Gonzates, commander of the Constitutionalist troops. Admiral Mayo said he had arranged to call today but with thu understanding that the visit would e informal. The American Admiral added that msiness of the port of Tampico is being resumed slowly, Two oil ships cleared yesterday. Perfect order is icing maintained by the Constitu- tionalists in the town and the sur- No hanks are open and money is extremely scarce. Rear Badger reported from Vera "ruz that tho cruiser Chester had sailed fur Puerto, Mexico, to join the c other American war vessels there. The Standard Bank ESTABLISHED 1373 OF CANADA Paid Up Capital and Assets 120 BRANCHES THROUGHOUT THE DOMINION The Business Man or Manufacturer who has customers in var- ious parts of thG Dominion or elsewhere will find the prompt and efficient services' of this Bank of invaluable assistance in all the of drafts and all other financial transactions. Lethbi'idge Branch, 315 13th Street North news of the death of Hon. P. D. Monk was the subject of many touching references in the House uf Commons today. Premier Borden, Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Hon. L. P. Pellatier, Hon. C. J. Ddherty and j Hon. Rodolnhe Lemieus a'il made touching references to the. death of the ex-Minister of Public Works. Q. F. Bletcher, Manager The British Canadian Trust Co, HEAD OFFICE BLOCK LETHOTIDGE, ..AIBBITA GEO. W. ROBINSON, MANAGER The Impulse To Save A boy or girl can buy- one share of the British Canadian Trust Company's Stock by making a deposit of Carefully SBLBCTBD FIRST MORTOAQBS tie-mewl de- securities known. It ia upon these that Uie aa-fety of our busineot is founded. This Company also nets at A9BNT for Private IiiTeitore. The British Canadian Trust Company A Home Company CONYBEARE BLOCK LETHBniRQI, T. 'S. Van Wart, of Calgary, is dead, her three children are seriously injured, and her lius- baiid and father are in the hospital ns the result of an automobile wreck on a hill at Bond Lake, Ont, this morning. .Mrs. Van Wart died this afternoon. Mr. J. "B, J ay n eg1 is 'the father- Calgary, Alta., May fol- lowing statement was issued yester- day by A, AV. Dfngimm, managing di- rector of tho company which owns well in which uii struck Thyrmlay afternoon: "Yesterday ai o'clock' tlie driller i the cable, Josenh 10. Brown, de- tected ga.8 nnd a smell of oil, and not- ified the managing director, who was at the well at the time. 1 knew then from the character in the change of the sand that we are likeTy" to en- counter a horizon of oil. I- ran one more ditch in- tlio afternoon, when ;be volume Increased, and at 5.30, when wp ran the lialer, the result was nice showing of high-grade oil in the 'well. Oil Is High Grade "The character of thn oil is high grade, and appears to he coming in-1 .o the well at a fairly rnlo st the present time. As to the capacity of the well, it is premature for anyone o express an opinion :is to the am- of the flow. We have taken nine or ten barrels, and there is oil n the 'well to the amount of 1400 or 500 feet at present. The well made me slight flow, but tins is an ordin- ary occurrence in territory where gas and oil are struck in combination. 'All estimates as to the daily pro- luctiou at the present time are pre- ature, and not to be taken too seri- sly, as we have only touched the op of the sand (not Dakota sands as and we cannot tell till we ret deep what tlie probable yroduc- ion, will be. No Selling Arrangements "No arrangements have been made or the sale of the production to any- ne, and until "we obtain more defin- ite data regarding conditions, possi- bilities and probabilities, no reports must Be accepted by the public as In any 'way authentic unless such re- ports are given, out by the managing director. "It is the intention of the board to keep the public fully apprised of the absolute facts and conditions in rela- tion to the strike. .We can say with great satisfaction that the outlook ia very satisfactory and feel quite hopeful oC the of a com- mercial oil aiit[ ga.3, field." B, C. MURDER Oyster River, C., .May Richard Margraves, a provincial road foreman In charge of a gang .here, Shot and killed f" the members of of t ONEFOUB NEWS Oncfour, May 9.-r-Rain- Friday even- ing riid a lot of good, James Wotherelt; has returned from follow trie use of 23 and >t ail (T.ke VITA T.bltU for SickNctvfi) 4 apd "coniing by way of N'ew, payton, lirnught a load of seed for L. B. 0. D. Orccno. and family arc at home again on 33. Gus. Flora is on road with his house to he erected on Section 33'- Wood, of New Day tori, is visit- ing his daughter? Mrs. "0. D. Grecno, and will help Flora build his new home. Mr. Wood is on the loriiout for a homestea'd and will locate hero when the land is. open.. Samuel Cross' gray mare tallied one for him a lev days ago and Sam is as happy ns a new day, but would be happier if .he could catch the beast, which is loose on the prairie. E. Maurice ijriimtnoncl, of Ottawa, Out., wns looking over 1-4 lands last week 'with a vjev to locating, and was well pleaded' with the country. Carl of lilihiia, returned from Montana Wednesday, having suc- ceeded in locating' a homestead. Alex Lindsay jnade a business trip to Manybcrrics Friday, and reports Unit burg-as a lively jjlacc, although the .Ideation ot tlip' C.' K. division- ill- imint-is still in (loubt. What Are Your Wishes? Do j'cu know how you would ivisih your estate divided? Em- body those wishes In a Will. Name this Company your Executor and your wishes so legally expressed will be carried1 out to the letter. Write for Will Booklet. THRUSTS and GUARANTEE Limited Public Adminittrator and Official Assignee for the Judicial Districts of LETH BRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN 220 Eighth Avenue Wot, Calgary. Lethbridge Bank of Commerce Building. J. W; McNlcol; Inspector. Tfinir Appearance is Important! Between the unshaven cheek of the sloven and the iinctuous jowl of the much- barbereci fop comes the clean, fresh face of the man who shaves himself with a Gille Safety Razor Shaving with the GILLETTE is so quick and easy that there is no temptation to neglect ad smooth and comfortable that an after dressing of soothing lotions is not neceaary. The GILLETTE shave is the choke of clean-cut, self-reliant men the world over. The GILLETTE face is a winner. Standard Gillette cott to WflO-j Luxurious Combination Sett '.rota M.50 At Dnf, Jnufcy HardifIK Sttna. Gillette Safety Razor Co. of Canada, Ltd. OFFICE AMD FACTORY: I The New Gillette Building, Montreal. Mexican Envoys in States Arrive CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAQE OF CANADA Ready Money As You Need If any yours for the asking if you carry LETTERS OF CREDIT Issued by the Union Bank of Canada. It Is w easy for you to .obtain funds them as.it is difficult for any unauthorized person to do so., GRASSY LAKE BRANCH LETMBRIDGE BRANCH A. B. KING. Acting Manager G. R. TINNING, Manager CONSTITUTION A LISTS TAKE TUXPA3I Washington, D. May patii, on the east coast of Mexico be- tween Vera Cruz and Tampico, .is in the hands of the Constitutionalists, according to a report to the state department today from Consul Can- icla at Vera Consul Canada said a __ party of Spanish re- ugee's arriving in Vera Cruz 'from Tuxpam in a launch informed him that Constitutionalists 'jr.der Gener- al Aguilla had occupied the city. EVERYTHING! QUIET IN PORT OF TAMPICO Washington, C., May can Constitutionalist forces under Gfinerat Uonzalrs now occupying Tampico, have assured United States Consul Miller there that Americans and other foreigners 'maV return to the city and that every consideration would be shown them. Consul Miller reports everything quiet and that city has been in perfect order since its oc- cupation by General Gonzales. A report from American Consul Rolley, now on his way home from San Luis Potosi, states that no Am- ericans were killed so far as he could learn in his district before the time he left, but that all the railways were paralyzed chiefly from lack of fuel. He left the consulate in charge of the British vice-consul. Admiral Badger has reported the arrival today from Puerto, Mexico, from Tampico, of (he Mexican gun- boats Uravo, Zaragoza and the tug, Tampico. The cruiser Tacoma and two destroyers are with them. BAD FIRE IN FORT DE FRANCE Fort dc France, Martinique, brokft. out at two o'clock this -morning in tho vicinity of the Military hospital. Seven buildings were destroyed. r One swallow docs not, make a sum- mer, but it shows that other swal- lows arts on the THE ROYAL BANK OFCANADA INCORPORATED 1Bte. Paid Up Reswre Fimdr Total As lets COLLECTIONS Hiring Brandtw throughout Qutdt ud wyui.c.wi Wl.rt for handling ccllectisni With eoenomj and f LONDON, INQ., OttKt. NK FBJMM C.4. new YORK aatHCY. flM. WMfc LETHBRIDGE BRANCH I J. M. AiTKEN, T THIRD CLASS COMFORTS HERE is no "Stecrafe" on CunariM thipj. Ai at Lotukm, Bag.. dtscribtj it, "The third clun KOMaaodaMoBli contindOM mrnettothc Comforlibl. caMni for two, four, alx and riMt peraou. pud a menu which ia oot tcUpird qauy WWt End are rwo Smokinf Roomi, LwIlM' lUoau ud Socitl Hill, iad baih Orn Pwk the New Maptiiicent Now York, Ftahtiurd, UVwpool for Un Ml fwt loBg W It, From York Junt 10th, July 1at, July Z2nd and August 26th. Grwt Britaln'i LargcA Ship, Eiibodkmol Proved QoalltiH ol the "LmlUnla" rad Full InfonnidoK 10 -.ilk.ii ihu, ritM, nMtvttim imt to be tai (com ipr nUwtr n THfiGUNARD STEAMSHIP CO. LIMITED. 3. B. MITCHELL, AGENT, LETHBRIDOE. For all shoes Easy to use BLACK WHITE: POLISHES IN PATENT CENTS ;