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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta Til DAH.. MAT tj, THE tETHBRlDGE DAILY HERALD MTAiUSHED DfCEMMft 1tW PrtlKhtd by Hir.ld printing Ce., LW lawful .verlnf it Alberta. Canida. W, A. Managing Director JOHN MaMMi PHONC: edlterlil, Rcparterlal and'Newt Department 1224 DeajrWMflU 1253 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION BATM 00 1 year, by 1200 t moaan, sy asall.................... s 11.00 I months, by mall nth? 1 by mail Addresses Manged as often as desired, nut both addressee must be ilTen I 6 months, delivered J months, oSllvered I month. CroM-Dnn Book Store. J O Hob- crtson Co.; Jackaoa t Co.; Aleiandra Hotel; Peo- ple's Drug Storo; Kenny ft Allin; Stand. Olimcnd D'Are. Medicine Hit AiiiDlboia Hotel. D. FMriu.on. DAILY, HERALD SALE t Mur- phy Co.: Cranbrook Book Company. Companj. HcCvea: Dreg Ce. Bros. Wide World New Shop, 445 GranweU street limleion Newt Co. 70S RlTer Side Avenuo. AT Gray Uke Hotel Coatl Alency Book and Store, Wwt; World News' Co Plncher Station tMwariJ. Head. K Niwiro KaO. den. News Oa. THE'WEEKLY HERALD, Pub'iihed every Wedueedty eisht or more and contains a su-nmary of toe flews ot the weefc, local and district I year to 6 mmtta MR. DINGMAN'S WARNING. THROUGH the Calgary press Mr. Dufgman 1 issues a warning to the public against giving. to frenzied speculation. He says "'I absolutely no interest in the matter than th.it of kn ordinary citizen. The shares of my company are not for sale, and I have no interest in knock- Only I think that following the general depression last year, people, shoUd not be carried away by the mania of speculation." In the present epidemic of oil investing, warn- i Ing, such as Mr. Dingman ghes, may fall on idle pars, but at the same time it is worthy of earnest consideration if the people are to be sai ed from falling into every kind of speculation offered them. As is the rule in all booms, companies Veep starting up almost every day, and what they prac- tically have to offer should be made the subject of investigation. The Tellable ones should not be made to suffer through the methods of the un- scrupulous. These at the same time b> their me- thods will affect the Deputation which the prov- ince has already earned through the oil discov- ers In this the people are masters of the situa- rests with them to exercise their bet- ter judgment and discrimination. By doing this they-will be giving the wildcatters a wide berth and, "by making their operations unprofitable, a useful service will be rendered in eliminating them. If they have not alreadj done so it Js time that the provincial authorities looked carefully into the propositions wnich the various companies have to offer, and so exercise a censorship over the formation of companies Out of regard lor the province and the public this is absolutely necessary. At least that drilling operations should begin within a certain time should be enforced, and the possibilities of oil should he clearly mdi- cated. MAKING THE BEST OF IT. NOTHING comes amiss to certain organs in turning the same to the credit of the govern- ment and party. It is a happy knack which re- quires a certain amount of ingenuity, and which practice helps to make perfect We have an in- stance of the kind in the Calgary Herald, which sees'in-the defection of Messrs. Bennett and Nickle, over the government C. N. R. "the breadth and bigness of the Conservative party, and its as compared with the Liberal party and its leader. Rather proud Words in the case of two in a crowd, who cannot be said to exactly mirror the great proportions of the rest of the party at Ottawa in th'at they failed to bring any one of them to vote as -they did at the last C. N. R. division in the House. Under Mr. Borderi, says the Calgary -Herald, there is room for independence. '-While it ifiay not be exactly what that journal implies, we certainly agree that there is, particularly in'an attitude towards the government's railway policy. The pity is that there were not more than two to assume this attitude, and so considerably strengthen the Herald's statement .as to the-mag- niiicent abstract proportions of the Conservative party and its leader. Even one more would have been serviceable, for then their, names would have, gone down; to history as similar to tlVe three Curatii, the three Horaliij or the three men who the bridge over the Tiber, who by their deeds personified the valor of the great Roman pepjrte. Bennett ar.d Nickle are worthy of reapect for their action ih the G N R pdlicy. But the is theirs individually and should ntit by a proems of ingenuity be shed over thfc natof the government atalemrnt of the Calgary Herald IhDt the independence of Messrs. Bennett and Nickle is mm Dr. (ary, olVMi Mberta, will' the regular, public worship and the BO inttoauetloji ta "toutb, doubt he will reoiite an in-. oBptwa Special musicjl numbers will be rendered all ol the services The chutck is now in a ishlng largely to .ft__i.j.i tknvten tke larsMri are alantlkf protiotity- owr The irritation water is being utilised thejhjtf iteu and lawns To Magrath will cwWairi ol UK that term'Garten City the third Smith M be minis VresbvteVian church in the Garden Citv since-its inception about' sii years ago A., cordial invitation extended ,to tiuattoid the- aer' nets OB Sunday? it is hoped that there nilt'be a hearty issponic Crops in the Vlajratfe-duitHCt are looking excellent itroaprtH lor a bounteous hafrmt are the best vfa'is, ol ism prevails (aimers have ceaJed summer monihs, the last ihip- leaTint Ma- gfaHi thlt lot Wa.h- uittfn This it the fint cooilfnment ot stock to, M shipped to the Pacttc coatt, but it will likely .ot be tte lart, aa itoeknen ttr a ftor Alberta in UH coast company im-.uj. for presentation one week Triday evening in the auditor- 'firiaat the new L. D 81 chapel The being "coaclicd by Mr late of tke -'iRoiarr" and "Jui Marriage a rajluret" produc- tions-'Mr Lawreii'ce and his gifted wile 'will be seen in suitable roles, as will also some ot the best theatrical talent-m the town Mr Lawrence is special scenery for the play, welcome to then leader cannui Jje with- out an introspection of Mr Bowltn's imud wluch, unfortunately, within human power 'Its case for its partj would appeared stronger were it without the prejudice "which its parison to that with which it is not m sympathy displays. However we pay our Calgary name- sake every respect for the spirit Which, under the circumstances, it has shown in dealing with Messrs. Bennett.and Nickle. OUK POINT OF VIEW And now Coutts is On the-map. ism prevails and the husthess BCD pi the commun will greatly enhance it Itr The whtat looai'bwutltulKthe -At a mwtiBg of the Retailers 4s- districfbei.g foil of elegant .UadS held jn the town ball Nothine ft evening, the who ol spring' beiis attended the recent contention in Cal- talence- ot and %-fre I gary a report ol their trip The norms on some of In a 'addrftses from Mesars niimlier of mstaaces they have 'inflict, and goott were both interesting and cd considerable iwurr to the growing i instructive, and the message they gram, but thej are isolate caw-iadibrouilit from a live wire organiia no serious damage has dftne thus tion the Alberta Betaifen' As- far Farmers are now busily engag soclation be a rtimulu. to the ed m smung their oats, bailey and .local business men The question of flax Hit acreage to barlev weekly hall holiday during the sum ri-markahlB increase that ot months was discussed, hut no lear-uuc to I.TO" exiianuina; aefinite action naa taken Several of nons of the hie itcck mdustrv in the' the business men seemed opposed to snuth Teals have proven that barley the-ptoposal__________________ comes to those who sajs old sa-R Now, if after these le-in ones, it should be spelled "Oil." The Herald hopes the Winnipeg business nien who visited us this morning became imbued acquu-ed optimism. Who should worrj, Uncle Sam or Huertn' Or the'man 'who pays tlurtj cfents for oil shares only to find out aftenvaids that he could bought them from another fellow for ten FrOni Kootenar Htt Calgary Medicine Hat Calgary Lethbridge Lethbridga Great Falls l., Lethhridge Cardstoq LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE to Arrive Depart Medlelne Hat......... Kootenaj J 431! 4.45 MediciSe Hat fla AldereyOe It 40 13.60 Calgary >ia Alderrfde 16.15 1686 Lethbridge via Macleod 1S25 Calgary via Macleod 1716 Oreat Falls Lothbridge 19-15 .Cardston' M ..1025 Mued train frdm LethhrHge to Foremost over tie Lethbrldge-'Weybuni leaves ever j second Tuecday at 6 00, returning at IS 00 "Ttegmatest oiisMkeJtoat the world has ever That is'wha'tjthe say Field, fcftere are f rom tliafnows J' t patches: 'JTbe'oa almost fure gasoline It Is ot a blutsB color, due to tedlnwnC If allowed to settle It COUIM out 'ot ttae well prac- tically t pure white gasoline 'Toe oil Is shootlni 64 fei.t tbore the d-nl-k ilMr" The price of Dlntman oil stock rose more than 1MO% oier nlfht. IMMIDIATCLY ADJOINING THE DINGMAN AND TMROVy OF IT ONE OF THE. Gas and Oil Development Co. Ltd. the site of Well No One Oil in thls.wel) Is certainty ils, the Herron Elder has its >arloui loca- "Uwii eoierlui erery pait of the anticline The rtefrtm Klder Cs has kept Its faith wlth-tUe public. oil was itritck advertlsea a bonus of stock pur- ot ten shares or moie Tills Oder wss kepi 99fH, accenting to 44. nroilie until Saturday at 9 pm of lucky Iniest. ors loek advantage of it The Hf rrqu Bldei Co makes uo more pronjls.es. At the present iirni itoclj Telling at par, i e 00 per share in lots of ten shares or price may be advanced at any time without iwtl price may be advanced at any time without o-der, accompanied by remittance, will be Htled at price If the stock nut advanced before your order, reaches Ciliary If thf stock has monej tie promptly refunded or applied on stock at the adduced late IB jmi may Opportunity is knocking at jour door now she hug nettr knocked belare Are 1011 ready to respond' The difference be- tween poverty and riches is gsneralij spelt Tis the one .The time is NOW Tbe following order blank is for your conrenfence Fill it rwlth pencil, writing name and address plalnl} t 'HI'-, all remit. taooes payable to .The Fower Cities InvEstmenits, Umitei! 114 FlTti 8t Wert -v" FIS'CAL AGENTS Altt. CITIES INVESTMENTS UIMlVtO -5 v IMFIritStreerWtst Oenileinen I'lcaf-e and enclosed I. tor which please issue to me i of Herron Elder Oaa Oil Devtopment Co Dtd (took at per Signature Address A despatch tells us that a pair of smoke hung over the House of Commons the other day. Don't be alarmed. It was only the aftermath of H. B. Bennett's flerv speech on the proposal to make Canada the office boy of, the Canadian Northern. The man who invests in oil stocks in a com- j pany whfch he has not investigated and1 of which he knows nothing but the name, desencs to be' stung. After a couple of lean years Lethbridge- ites should know better. We predicted rain for Tuesday when the ball team Went to Bow Island. We have' also predict- ed rain for Monday which is a holiday. We guess- ed it right on Tuesday.1 Let us hope that after Monday we may he put in tliti column with nil the rest of the good little guesscrs. The commissioners split on the matter of the assessment. Some had a hunch they were alto-1 gether too unanimous down at the city hall. After the 1913 council, who wouldn't think that. The little break in the monotony comes as a gentle surprise. The Herald has sent a man to Coutts loday Ic investigate personally the reports of the oil pros- pecting developments along the international boundary.'- It is the Herald's desire, to give its readers only reliable information as to what is doing in the oil boom. With so many rumors flying through the air it is hard to separate those of the sheep variety .from those with "goat" tag- ged to them. But we will do our best. Mean- while do not get more than mildly excited. It has heen pointed out to the Herald that the local company formed purpose of sinking a well in search for oil in this immediate vicinity has four chances. They may strike a larger vein of the very valuable deposits that have made Lethbridge famous as a coal mining centre. They may strike gas, and Lethbridge would then be up'with the best. They may strike what they are going would be better still. Or they may strike an artesian well, which woiild solve many of the city's waterworks difficulties So there are of winning on any of four throws. They appear to be chances well worth taking in view of developments else- where Of course we have hopes that they will strike an artesian oil well. That would knock the other possibilities all hollow. Haying appointed Calgary Agents are now in a pos- ition to quote authentic prices on all oil stocks twice daily Gall and see us See Red Cross Window i Office Upstairs Phone 1084 ;