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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta m FOURTEEN THE LETHBKU'KiE DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, SKPTEMHKR 27.1919 Canada's Oil For Canadians if By O..C. Poner, In Ihe Toronto Telegram Is thwe a oil in Tveoty years in the Albert a, so wtcb I ttaci.i.xW thit Ibe placa .was ;.'0n Oil Creek' WT- were drilled, and went down feel. llw I-iacbaa veil, so Ihut sturdy old ploiwer. was Interested la ihe tefcuUr flower 100 barrels a gmtll con- wrive tbe oil product and wi'Ji oil. MM to i relic of this pinoeer prefect rr- i today. A monument to the ol LAlberJa's first promoters. l ein't develop an oil field wllh- martellng facilities, md In kfllill days at least these we're coa- by (be Standard monopoly, IJTibat company, al tbiliptrUcaUr __riod bad all il could do to handle products o! the fields ot California southern Kansas. Ccnada's "Oil ypltl" was permitted to dta a p re tit la re fejeath. But lodir Uio ancient prospect being revived. The eld well this -.summer was dean a 1 out and raaoy barrels of oil found, and arrangecuents tinder way to drill a wv hole: The Fake Boom IK Dead Some fifty hare drilled In roolhllh from the border up Uroorb Ibe Calgary district lo dnte, Moft of these were wiLhia the pawt-eight and were the" basil for melancholy "oil panic'' that Alberta people so dear the welli, .ot course, but the who organiied take com- and soli h.fbly jllwtratrf cert I (Scales (o'-tha etcited nit- Eome tviio were not'naUfes. of these fifty wells are cluster- ed around- Oka In. the _ Ciliary ...tetricl, and some ftT are scattered aJos? (he fooUitHs from the lolenia- border to RotXr Mountain House. Out there are today live pro- incin'; Tvclls in ilio OboioVa which areracc from filir to eighty barrels et oil a day. irbich are.bclnj marteled protitably. The 191S pro- iras abiuL 1S.OOO harrels. The eBte'rprua' of '.Messrs. Dtnfiman A 3egaV is for ihut progress, ...thoiiith other, oiisiy Not Promsttn iftrer I'D the Turner vallej- the wells fif ihe'. Ssathern Alberta Compans' are 'be" a' financial" success, aid they have so stock'for sale. In fact. It can't be: too strongly emphajlced tfeit the men eagtsti in hanUnf oil todav are not promoters. It they have, any stock Tor sale Uie Tinfestlig public'L vtll not be "iaviled to ptrtlclpcle." UFTOFF CORNS FINGERS _ Doesnt hurt" bft md casts only few'cents That sort of thins will leTl to the paKIItes from. Chicago. Min- and New York, the "scaven- it-hiDC-op the frta'6 or all ___T ftiilure, who ?o prom- neutlT with 'the Jobbing of the public In ike days of the Calvary oil excitement Truth About Tir Sand Here IE what T. O, falcon! said In E4mon- .on lait week aa to oil rtiourcei, lUten: "In taa dletiict d( Ft. McMurriy, on the Athabuca Kave the Urcest natural ei- ot oil in the world. tar Mind (a a ted of ordlaary sj ode tone. 100 to roet'thick, Ealureled almott [brauch with heary asphaltlc olL This bed of tar sand Lies nearly korl- zontkt. liiiu the Atbataaca ralley has been ml down ihroufh it K> that It la exposed III the elites and bluffs, on both sides of Lbe river, for a distance of lOO mJkr ''The tar Fmd eon la IBS IS per cent of bitumen, and heated yields ram 15 lo 25 imperial of oil per too. On drttillatlon It yield B per xasollQe. THE AREA OVtIK WHICH THE TAK SAND SPREADS S AT LKAST THOUSAND SQUARE SIILES. AND IT IS LIKELY TO BE TWENTY THOUSAND SQUARE MILES OR MORE. OH "It la InUreiltac (p consider nount oi oil in tllfc terrlloo'. this pnrpoee wo will mppoee the to square miles, the aTeraje ihlck- DCM fifty and the average- yield o be ten-callous per ton. A simple CiliKlatlon givts the remit to he THREE HUNDRED MILLION BAR- RELS OF THIS IS SIX HUXDHED TTMES THE WORLD'S AXXITAL PRODUC- TION'.' _ queetJoa is, can ve ret any of this oil? For yeara this region inaccessible, but the new railroad the problem ot tapping thla great store of oil of our test attention. Natural Git Abundant 'AVterever the tor sand underlies t there is fas in beds aboTe. The GoT-smnient fejt -well at Pelican PortaEe slruck a great flow of which ha a been eecapirrp Into the at- mosphere for years. Two wells cd In recent yean clow by the. old well likewise fonnd this Bed an- other pair drilled fire miles farther up "stream a'aye'proVen it. "Pasiing Bo'rthwart from the Gnat lake Indications ot oil are found In many placet. THE OIL SHOWLNGS IN THIS GREAT REGION ARE SO "WIDESPREAD THAT IT SEEMS QUITE 'PROBABLE OIT, FIELDS WILL EVENTUALLY. BB DEVELOP- ED. EVEN A SMALL CHANCE OF GETTING OIL IS OF GREAT.VALUE AN'D EVENTUAL- LY WE SHALL FTXT> OfL IN LAHCB QUANTITIES. POSSIBLY IN AL- BERT A, AND PROBABLY IN THE GREAT TERRITORIES BETOND TO WHICH NORTHERN ALBERTA IS THE GATEWAY, AND. THE OUT- Ii'tfaU nvpaaEintly rich national asset worth preBerrlne 'or The people of Dominion? 'la Ottawa all re to just what this msau to Lhe.Canadian people uid future of the country? 1LKEMES Planned Also To Erect Museum On Spot Whtre Gto. Meretr.FeU. The minis- ter of Interior declared In 'the chamber yesterday that In cooocrt with ".the British' authorities 'jt' hud jadged desirable lo keep lips ihc-ni f roin Taadalfrhi. j Ht-', thai-no {.-onTcnUoc had i'MnVfrani (or a -final el- Lo 'Canuda of part of the Minparfa of Tpres and Porte sl ot Canada thai. Ihe r.hetc Ota. Mercler fall Ehonld 'oc al- It would Ire with a riew to ibe ereellon of a museum on would bo ng a iriendty with Ibe ovu'er. PERSIAN v' _ BANDIT EXECUTED You'll langk. a Im dropt HfL son, touchy com rigM Nopaia, Yea, LONDON, Sept. i'dis- patcbes from Teheran annonucf the of Ilussdn Kifcsbl; the most notorlons bindtt and rebel T In Persia, who for a ytar occupied the town of Kaihap, defying the gorem- ment, loollnj? canrans and selling Ihe product ot farmers. t Are You TO DO T .This Note Will be Honored Tomorrow y, 28, 1919. AJta., Satunlty, SepL, 1919. Tikt be.rccareti (by aid we pnuuM to piy evriflal wckone and an mtcrediDf profnw at tibe lUDy Day teimrnw. The Unted Sawiay School cf North -----z-zri-.i All North Lethbridge Men are Invited To the Mass Meeting for Veterans in the United Church Tomorrow SUNDAY (Tomorrow) AT 3.30 THESE SUBJECTS WILL BE DISCUSSED the Church Can do For the Soldier" "What the Soldier Can Do For the Church" By Rev. Capt Denoon By Capt A. G. Virtue, M.C. Music by veterans. Meeting planned and conducted by returned men. All; men are invited hear 'this timely subject discussed from the soldier's point of OTHER RECONSTRUCTION RALLY SESSIONS I I.OO a.m. IN THE CHURCH i; BOYS' DEPARTMENT: Good live program including a demons- tralion.of "THc Pep Gire" by the Scouls; The all men, young and old, associated with the church to be there. 2.00 ?.m. IN tHE HALL Cradle Roll Beginners and Primary Departments Mothers will be pleased with'the work of the little folk and are invited. The work of these departments will be demonstrated and Mrs. Dunsworlh will speak. 2.00 p.m. IN THE CHURCH 1 GIRLS' DEPARTMENT ladies' are invited lo see the guls "The Quest for the Princess Faithful" and "Dr. May I Cureyou Prescribes." Mrs.'-H. It. Nonnan will spcaK on "The ChaiiepBG 10 the Girl of v All planned to Interest and belp women and sErls. David Lloyd George says "The Sunday School is.the best university in the land, it gave me my best training." By. going to Sunday School tomorrow and every Sunday you will indicate that you want your boys and girls to have this triining. f' This Advertisement is Inserted by The Uniteij Sunday School oINorlh Lethbridge DID AMERICAN MARINES LAND (N WASHINGTON, S'eiii: Secretary dt the Navr Daniels was Riimafla, cbrnpelllnn nclloii br lullatt1 forces, In tress 'dllpalcftes' from CoojenluiKem and 'A resolution by Ixxlijci-'ilso llnont actced the'1.', rtvpartmtent Shelter.- marines -.hftd sent :'fo tb.'aid'.ln'.c'rTj-ing ANOTHER BIG STRIKE LOOMS UP IN STATES RAItULI WOUNDED TA.SOIER, Morocco, relarnlnr from tbe Interior bring accounts of Ine of Tnilllarf operallona Spanlafi Iroopa aniiml Uie handlu Ralsull, trho Is re- i porttd Ld bare neen wounded in' Ihc head in. an early engagement br a fragment of a grenade thrown from an airplane. Refugees from Ihe area of hoilllllfei are flocllof Into (he Int .lonftl zone. slons of OefinaS a plebiscite In PLANS FOR FIXING SIZE OF HUN ARMY .cents buys rrtczone" at anj'-'rimj stori. drops of Freezono upon a teaipgr, adilaf; corn or callua. :In- tkai torn or cal- then ishortlf -root and all, widioul iny or Irritation. 111- bbltlrt 6f Frwione cAiUIn Joal caMMhfa tit the of erery hari nrft ton, c6rt toes cilfMM oh feottom ot feet, be ;8A thnfle. Wliy irilll No kmkv GERMANY CONFISCATES FORTUNE HKHUX, Sert. 26. The -.Schnrerln properly, Iiaa contUcatcd (ho properly. and fortiino Anlhonu Kok- -k'tri huilder of airships, becnnsc Kokker failed to rierxHll marks -carity" oi Jitm b7 tfce guarantee Ibat pis [iICA, FAniS, SepL Koch, the Dllled commander-in-chkf, oTilaEn- ed from Ih6 toilay deciiilnn the Blalbinfrlils or Ihe body of milllerj- exports charecd wilt al the end of each tiuaf- ler Ihe number of German effectives In the (Jerman army for Ihc succeed- ing quarter. The marshal sent the rtnincll a thai' llifs bodj he Included the missions of mtcr-allltd control.-.and' Iho -'council granted ills reiuesL -lutes, Cambon. Ihe French mlFslon, presided over (odny's session of Iho councH. WESTERN OFFICERS RETIRE WASHINGTON, SepL strike of ship ran] em- ploj-eea of Ibe Pacific coait la certain unless the depart- rocnt. And the. shipping boaril revoke their Joint order prohib- iting rage Increases after Oct. 1. James O'Connell, president ot tbe metal Irade depirtment of .Lhc American Federation of Labor, eairl today. FAMOUS KODAK MAN LIKES THE BOOKIES Mr. Eastman and Party of Friends Viiit Fernle After Spending Month Along the Elk River. (Special lo llic 1leraM> i'ERME, H.C., Sept. East- man of the Eastman Kodak Company end n party of friends hard juet re- lumed from n month's camping trip up the Elk river. Jack Lewis, of JJlko, acted aa guide for tile party. Mr, Kastman has spent a vacation In this way for the last fourteen years and was so delighted with tho cminlry that Jif expressed his Intention io re- turn next year. WILL PUT BRITISH ON RATIONS IN STRIKE LONDON, 9opl, food min- istry announced tonight fbat, In rlaw of the "slate- It would ncc-espary to reduce the weekly ration of .Duller per person to onp ounce and sugar to six ounces, -while the meal ration would ne limited to (he value of 20 ponce per person. The WR.r of- fice announced thai it would.be ncc- to demobilization of (the army and cancel leaves of absence I Ipr ihe treienl. RAYMOND DISTRICT GOT GOOD SOAKING1 (Special lo The Ilcrnld) SepL district is rejoicing n copious rain and snow Btprm. Iho moisture bas bocn (alllnj; for fourteen nourn. The farmers arc rejoicing as Iho ground Is receivinn a thorough soaking. Threshing anrl poialo digging storped last night. The sky sttll prom- ise of more prcclpllatiou. MORE CANADIANS DUE ABOUT OCTOBER 3 OTTAWA', Sept. militia clcpnrtincnl lias been advised Iliat tho liner Tunisian, carrying 25 Canndlnii officers and 153 other ranka, will ar- rive nt Onebcc on or about October For the and expedllloua haiidllDg of livestock shipped to mar- kel, Ihc Ihrce railway compaolei op- crating In Saskatchewan have ranged special livestock trains. LO.VTKJN, Sept. A. Tbe following western of- ficers are gazetted ne retiring In the BritUh' laics: Weut.-Col. P. K. C'oleman, Sajkal- chewan regiment; (.'apt. H, Smllh, Manitoba regiment; Caot. 1'. O. But- ton, fa'aakatcncwan rcglmenl; Lieut. B. Tbomptoc, Albert? ficgiment. >fr. IJe Oucrre, llie Mooso -law agent of the C. X. It. fipress, who has bran appointed travelling agent T.-Jt'r> lie.i'liiiiarlcrs 31 Mmnnlftn, senietl by Ihc employees of tho conv pan; with 3 beautiful case of piprf and'n tobacco jar on the occJsoln of hlj leaving -The CathtillM of Kortli' DattlefBrd him) acquired a. property afi'4 .will' MILITARY ESTABLISHMENTS AT VANCOUVER TO CLOSE ON OCTOBER 15 VANCOUVER, Sept. IS will see the whole ol Iho cxlsl war lime, mllitarr orianl Dillons In Ihls cllr disbanded. Orders haro rccektrt (mm Victoria that head- Quarters here will be closed by that date. Shauglmessy mlHlary hospital, which Includes the military annex At Ihe (lcner.il hmpltal, also 'will bo tratuatcii Sy (be mllilary. Tho dls- Irlcl ck-pot established nl the drill nhl! tvlll be disbanded, while the war office will be closed. Tlie tonstnicllon of C. N. H .repair yifu ut .1 ff providing employment .onrl comliatlnc miresl Ihls winter will be Drought be- foro tho Induatrlal congress at Otlwa. A special committee of the city council n9k.9 that the spirit of Hie agreement with the railway company lo effect Ihcsfl works be carrlcil out. anil point nut that very HUta hag yet been un- Mrlakeo by company, DANG E BY THE CANNONEERS JAZZ BAND CONSISTING OF PIANO, BANJO, SOXOPHONE, IVLOPHONI, CORNET AND DRUM) In the K. of P. Hall Saturday, Sept 27th SOMETHING NEWI Adniuswn Extra 25 'PLUS tAX ;