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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHDAY. A PHIL 5, 101H .UrniBKITXrS DAILY HKRALU PACE ELEVEN Blqirmore And Crow's Nest Pass HLairiAQre is flitufttetl on OM Man's river in4 the Crows Nest 1'asa railway in (he southwest coriier of the oruviuca uf Albeffi ICO rollea west ol l.etabrlitge tind 14-nilles from tbo British Colu'ui Uifi boundary line on the The Nest I'asa branch is the moat southerly through lino east anc on the Canadian t'aciflc ralhvaj system anil ia the jMiortest end lowest grade to'luc I'tu-ific coasl with a ver> light winter Biiowlall. The la htautifull.v situated on the Old Min's river and liea in a val ley surrounded by ihe Rocky Moun tains on Ihe wesl and the Livingstone range on-the east anil very much re ceiubles UanfC National Parfc on the main line of the U.P.ll. 100 miles nortl and is quite a favorite summer resor .for people living oil the prairies o Southern Alberta ar well as sportsman In the fall for HID fine trout tiihin anil shooting. This district is about the last par ot North America that is yet well fitocliei) with fleer, elk. bear inil Moun- tain sh'ee'p and la ihe mcr range for thousands of caltle and sheep tor the prairies. Here' is the .warm-chlnook are first'seen and felt from the rucllic Coast on their rush to the pral- ries eastward, which greatly' moder- the winter climate, giving the- mildest climate of any pirt of Alberta and more frequent rains in summer. Will] fruits and flowers are found ell through the Pats and beautiful are to be iu thp gardens in passing through the towns and villages of the Pass and email fruits are easily cultivated and grow well. There are immense seams of coal all through the Pass and coal mines are opened every two or three miles con- sisting ot the purest house, steam and cooking coal, together with mountains of limestone well covered with spruce, fir, poplar and other trees. Hlalvmoru is fortunate In having sul- phur springs right at its own door and one mile from the railway station, which supplies the- soldiers' Sanitar- ium with sulphur "naths anil water for those sufferlns'frbm r'heuni- Htisra. r The town owns its own waterworks and plant and Is supplied with power from the Canadian Collieries'power plant erected in the heart of the town. NEW USE FOR flVlATlON- S.HEDSi AFTER masy of walllnc a covered akating rink bss beentj. cured (or tbo GenUemon Cadeti at the Royal Military Collie at toa, and acquisition of thin build- Ing will a great Impulse to our gunc "hockei." Hitherto the MIMUrr.. .QMlW-.fcpcker mmi htn to get iloac dw using the otwn on like and occMionalljr the cltr rink at TbtM UmlUtlDns Inter- fered of tbe gwne. On' Uxi deraoblilnllcn of (M Rojil Air Fore. ID ibandonmest the ruaps at different polnd nit- able bulldlegs. ixd used a night ihedi fcaBgiri) becknM aral table, through the kicdnesi of Sir of the perlil Mnnltlou Board, under whow direction cimprn -Jtn erKluallr eitablUhed, two of the Bight 120 feet long by GS feet wide, 'ijere ncured to form thi baais of the new covered skatini friendi of tit P. oral M1IIIBI7 aklnc advantage of thU opportunity la fonrard to asiist In. slow In tbe Th< Caza- dlan National Rail wars, through tic courtMjr ot Mr. B. Hanu.. tU pmMent, and the Orud Trunk Rail- tbronck ot Mr. 0. lave undertaken to frw-freigfct the inaterial of from Camji to polat BMtreit to tke Royal Hllttarr Collet, Klaavtom. Str Herbert S. Holt, li In cverrtclnK that makes for tlw welfare of UM Royal Military Ccllecc, kai gmtronalr 'UBecd the and a contract for tbe removal and rwMction of the flight above re- ferred to. bu let to the Kingston CoMtrvotion Company, who now have college, haa taken charge of all tbe work In connection with the carrying out of the scheme. The rink, when compiled, will be- substantially u showa In the akovt Ulus'.ritlon. The building will be by 68 the height from the of the roof truwts to the tw leiel will H Cojamodf- ona draoaiac and iockor iwmi. 25 feet ke vroTlded at one end. a for ivocUton, wlU IIS feet by 68 wide tata wQl, ta-Ue opinion of well knowa eiperti (Mtun. and Col. Walter Maughao) toako a most satisfactory hockey rink. The building well Mgfatad by round SW penoM. will Tke main ihnt of Ice the work is hind. Tbe MlnlKer witt riertrlc Hjrhti for tbe JNIlttU" and Defence approved ofiingi. The will bz fln. a' atte within Ihe college grounds on in oemmt roufh-csst and pre- aett a attractive appear- ance. 'The originators of this project have, received many concrat'jlatlocs from a k3at of iattrtstad in Ilia Royal which the covered rink will be erected; Mr. F. Wanklyii, General Executive Assistant of the Can- udtan Pacific, wuo Is aiscv deop- ly interested In welfare oTi tic West Canadian, mine, having about FiS feet of clean.- sowing .to posElion for ship- C'oHlericD have their head offices here coal and Is sufficiently developed to ping to all parta.of the world and its and Iho principal mine out of severali put out 5000 tons of coal daily. cheap lime, cement, brick at other points near. i- There are alsn a large cement plant, and other general resources at its own The Blairniorc.'mlne.aloiie has lime kilns, hrick yard and door, there are good openings for all j average output of 1000 tons of coal saw and planing iiiils; part of which kinds of industries and good bright daily, p( the very beat house' ahiTslearn coal which is largely shipped to Spo- kane, Washington, U.S. There are nine reams of coal in Ihis have beoi' closed down during the war sunny bomes for all its work people for want of labor. and no better place for people seeking The town population is about 2500 a clteaale anil a pleasant inhabitants and steadily growing. to retire In tiieir waniug days. Robert Hirron and Dorothy at they appear In David W. Grttfitti'i ittipenduut production of "HearVj: 9f the which will be at the Colonial Theatre Monday, Tutaday'and Wednetday, with big apeelal orehettra __________ ______ .....i ii ii i Him'' V D.w.GRitnnrs SUPREME TH D UNDER THE DIRECTION OF JULE AND JAY J.ALLEN. Will Be Presented For SECOND SHOWING In Lethbridge And the Time at Popular Prices THRlfrDAYS COLONIAL TWICE DAILY MONDAY, WEa, APRIL The SWtfctfit 1-lvl Stiiry Ever for in the World in France on tne Actual Locale the Story, Battle Scenes on the Battlefields of Through the Courtesy and of the British and French ACCOMPANIED fit A BIG SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA _. EVEAT8.IB ;