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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1020 THE LETHBPEOGK HERALD PAGE NINE CROffS NEST PASS COAL FIELD HAS tOOfllW TON RESERVE History of- Developmtnt and was organlieJ'lu UJ5. Then the flrst Some Physical Peculiarities of Piscussed at Convention of Mining Men. Coal reserves in tie eastern British Columbia field, which Is commonly inown as a portion of the Crows Nest pass field, are estimated at 000 Ions, ac_cqrdjBg to 2 years later the C. P.-tt. reached Fer- tilo when shipments of coal commenc- ed and now tho capacity ot tho operating is well over tho million ton mark. _ In 1897 the was opened and then the seinis-ppene.1 20 feet, 6 and 48 la ,190OC thiTSllChsr and Erlck spa colliery was-.' opened on Xllche BRITISH EMPIRE HONORS GLORIOUS DEAD tamed lu a paper Robert i creeiTBeTen els: oats, Barley flax rye corn mlied Shipments, lakes and bushels; barley, flai, rye, 1.307.S94; corn mtecd grains, A grain of theoretical vUiloo) turn out to be a pound of practical folly. Strachan, inspector of mines for that district, before of tho Moiintain branch of the Canad- Mining Institute, held Saturday la D.-H, Hayes, of the Can- adian Explosives, Edmonton office, de- lliered -an address.on high and low explosives and officers were apporat- oxposed, measuring from five to eleven feet in. Corbln Coil Coke Company eemmenced ppera- itlons in "1908 ahd'the mil" ed -with the connect- This photograph was luKeu In trout ot tho cenotaph in London, England, royal family, as wcl as Uritaln's treat war leaders and politicians, attended to commemorate .the second of Armistice bay. On tho extreme-right in shown the body of the unknown iu the rest of tho picture is shc.'.vu the King-and be'hiad him the Royal Princess. three representatives out for Alberta. The officers were elected. They are: dent, J. T. Stirling, of -Edmonton; Councillors, F: McNelU, of Cal- a 14 are; j u (o the Immense conducted distinct points, one A !n _-_._-- m, _ re s coal In the centre has been proved one In tunnels'th'e seams arc vertical Pass Coalfield. The a Since the -i-oal iu 1873 by Messrs: PhimpTand i'3 Collins on the Michel Creek, .while I these men were In search of furs. In The coal1 field' as being the goVernroent voted money to a long Iriangip.wlib, its the construct a trail through the pass arid south', Us grea'tesV length berne thlrty- tho coal areas were denned and exam- five mile's and Hf.girateslxtvidth. tblr- tned lit a preliminary way by Dr. Daw- son In 1883..' Flrci "Company After prospecting work 'done by "Wllliam and Lieut.-Col. Baker Crows Nest Pass "Coal Company ;1 er referred lo blow-outs and to bumps 1 and eald the latler seem lo be due weight sting on the. coal seams, aggravated probable- weakness In the strata of the' un I Coal .reams j most like a lever supported at one.end. I V-Gas'Troubles Cohslde'rable space was given paper to the different quantities of gas fopnd In the mines of tho'.'dlstrlct and if was polnted'but that the.; usual method of carrying the gas away was by'ventilation. In 1919 -Ibero was cubic .feet- of methane! dis- charged into tho atmosphere la 21 iburs frcra Coal Creek colliery. 161 C'jblo'feel from Michel atld 73.440 cubic feet from Corbin, or a total of cubic feot of methane-from these, mines lu. one day. Tire, out- bursts of gas seem to come from tho shales in the coal the causes so' far being unknown. The occurrences'of outbursts in the i the Elk Hiyer north of Coal Creek, the! Coal Cr.iek, No. 1 East Mine, have I measures dp not long continue to holdjljecn closely watched during the past the same regular exhibit I two years and- lat Coal Creek, .A'..few.' suspected places has beeu foi- north oTlho; creek Hie .transit Ion from lowed. In any place where the coal Five for Ponzi teen.' Coal Is deposited over an area or 230 squaro miles.1--. in The appeared iu the paper: great, 'many .faults trav- erse the field; area lying be- tweeu the south branch'of .Michel and President of Bank of Montreal, Senses Need of-Corporation For Piirp'pse Dec.- falling prices add for them, I Sir Vincent the! Bank of Montreal, in the! address made today at therar.nual meeting of Us shsreh'olders, said an iuternatlonal scheme'was ne'cestary for tho financing of foreign trade, ow- ing to the dislocation ot foreign of October and-made up for change. Pending the adoption of such vable ahoriage .lu other lines scheme, Sir Vincent tald, CAcada show increases :as tho should act on its own initiative by es- mines of the district are working full I tabllshiug a corporation to.foster for- ;lme .and the output is steadily In- elgn trade so as IQ keep factories and coke which produced the whole of he increase of tho month over that'll creating. which shows ah increase in raluipf ejpprts for November over that orOctober is that of automobiles. Iii of such-veh- icles and the value was de- clared There wero 24 ot these exported during November with a de- clared value of US.400. These) represent returning cars ''after 'having made tours oh 'this- the line and indicates the end of the'touring sea- Jusy and give employment' to .labor. Sooner or later, ho; declared, such corporation must be launched, adding: foreign, trade can .lie revived, II will solve many of our difficulties." He approved the Import restrictions on Canadian securities although he hoped that conditions would .sbdu.per- mit of a return to an open market. Speaking of burden imposed, pn the couulry by national railways operated at a hesvy loss, ho expressed, the op- inion that iio. more.vships should be built by the government, as world ton- nage already exceeded requirements. Lumbermen throughout the district continue to report a decided falling alt In orders and consecjuenTdecreaac FIGURES OK SHIPMENTS u shipmenls. All-'the 'mills in. this PDAAT fiV are now idle will, FRVM HEAD Ol- Ihe prospect of so remaining until i The "Glad and other philosophers of optimism urge that we ioqk for the sunny aide, and we do, within certain human limitations. Hut the chap who .easily sees the sunny sido-is'tno' never; sick. eTerj'boily knows chiro- praclic, arid mothers begin using the chiropractor to put- tho growing-. bodies of Infants into condition prevent' sickness; then a pessimist will bo hard to .a matter of spinal chiro- practor is, the' master'mechanic who restores-the conditions ot health. Just at season sufferers from bronchitis, tonstlltls. lum- bngo, rheuma.11 sm, conglis.colds, influenza ..afld' headaches aro finding spinal ad jnstmenli a way.back to health. Try chiropractic first. NO CHARGE Consultation Is without charge HYflUM JUNE B SMITH SMITH CHIROPRACTORS' 205 Sherlock Block Phones 1677 and 1441 the steep dips at the front-.lp the near-j suddenly becomes tough or .where ly. farther show In the top part >ecomes a steep [breaK-with more or-.of the seam or In a roll it lias become Charles Ponzl, tho "bushe! basket lately a method? of; financier" o! Boston, has been teiiced to five years in prison fraud.' ess faulting. The result of this Is' the custom to drill either one or two numoe that Iho "coil measures are brought- holes ahead. These holes are general- ?g nearer-to the surface-'and they are about twent? feet long-and two 'ouud outcroppplng.on ,the.side of ajjhcbes In diameter and In deep gash in f small stream- Michel syncllno la probably a short distance good satisfaction In places.where they 'made by althVgashas been given oft so freely as into the> to extinguish lamp four feet of Ihclback. Such holes have given very east of Michel the urea, appear to the lowest have been driven. The occurrences of'these blowouts is Indicated by a long roll like tbun- made as about tons actual reserves, with 000 as In'other words Gas' 'worry the'nihv ers In 1900, was made. to It in an speat Four WHOOP 3ernieu4at Marsbfleld, adopted a ing tho crop year, 1919-20 (Septembei resolution-thai the'present wage scale 1, 1910, lo August 1920, Inclusive) church Is' all out of -proportion to its numbers, because people hat.U st anding for.ri are com rone' thine :eousncss and in the way people flock-to the mission premifes.for refuge !n times of polit ickt trouble. At the United Church yesterday, Rev. T. D. Jones continued his series of- sermons {rom; the book ot Revela- tions, speaking on Armageddon. lie will end his series next- Sunday. is' exactly above their heads.- The sound seems :to travel like wave and seem .as. if the strata above -the k coal were giving way or yielding, leaving, between the beds a spacfi where the gas can travel.. j j 'Abb'ut 'Bumps dcalinH.wjth.the danger no .trouble where tho overhead cover "is less than a weight of about .115 tons per s.tniare.foot-uiider. normaricomlitioiis. .would indi- cate tlie necessity ot leaving .very large pillars where the pillar-and-stull method is -being used. Mr, Hayes explained that the. high Loyal Legion of Loggers and Lum- W1NNIPEO, Doc. .following statement showing the total receipts and shipments of ea'cll kind of grain at Fort William and. Port Arthur dur- of day. artO. upward employees bb reducecl to iintl up. ward. was issued by tlie Board.of Grata Com- missiouors Saturday Receipts: Wheat. bush Wholesale Arrests Canadians With Coughs Hall! goes thtrei with a eough. Pisa friend I Stop cough! yon Ate under arrest. ThooB____ ands or" Buei every day in nil purls of Canada. Too long have coughs and eraded, .justice and caused untold auffartag to humanity, but at thiy biro oeea cornered" and overpowered by Can- ada's famous cough Bronchitis Milton. Did yw ever hear of this wonderful temedyl Why, evtrybody ii talking and writ- ing about Ihn great wjik it IB doing in curing coughf, coldi, bronehltis, The following is of thousands accept. my sincere thanks for the benefit mjr wife derived by the use of of year, bellies of Bronchitis Mixture. For over thirteen acutely. After'Bpending dollar after dollar upon various remedies, no TC-' lief was obtained. Hearing of yodr. moat marvelous remedy she decided to give it a trial and I am glad to Bar' one bottle has made her well. You are ot liberty to use my-name ana should -ba only too. pleased to answer any inquiries. Sincerely yours, John Holmes, Vorkville Ave." The orig- iual of this" letter jriay be seen at K. Buckley, Limited, U2 Mutual, St., Toronto. Don't allow a cough or cold to linger you. Away with it! Hail Uuckley's Miiture and have cougU arrested. Tiiij remedy never faiis. On every.liottU is-a guarantee lo refund the money if not Eatisfac tnry. Belays are dangerous. Order tcrv from your Uruggist SOLD IN LETHBR1DGE BY THE STOKES DRUG CO. Everybody Smokes OLD CHUN Shown by.. IT. S. Cons sul at Fernie'of For November'. fFmm Our Owni CorrefiDOudenti KERNIE, .Ucc. States (lipthi female than male' children. Whooping Cougii 'sneez- ing, watering, of tho eyes, irritation of the throat, feverlslipcss and cough. Dr. Wood's Norway 1'ine "Syrup is highly recommended by everywhere for the .relief mothers o( thl? particularly lignite These are a slow explosive and.have great'shattering.effect high thus do: not break up the coal so mucli. The.speaker toM of tho use of gela- tine powder in the construction ot the trouble as it lielps to cleai tho clot Kogers tunnel and pave a great many' ged-up air passages ot the mucous details concerning it. and phlegm" that" has collected, and .in this way brings oh, th'e "whoop'.1 whlcK brings the .sb-much-sought-for relief and heals and soothes Iho tilings. -Sirs, J. 7J.' Imperial, Sask. the fall, my four, children 'cough and one.-of iherii developed brlnchltls. After'using (.wo'.or tbreb bottles of Dr Woods Norway Pino Syrup they grtntly lellcyed of their nast> coughs. Is'aiuestfeciaUy-gcfld roiii. cdj for children? arid Is so nice >nkc it and for more. Dr.. Syrup Is 35c. and aVbottlo at'.all .dealers Put up only by the T Mllburn Co, Limited, A lengthy discussion followed. (Continued From Page sTiTdenlTof the Those from tho schools wheie western teachers are stationed are butler fitted the export of coal aud''cokeV.with.Iho exception of a gains.; In other Hues of exports. Increase iu.value of coal exported in November over lhal of October Is shown to be and .the I Increase In value of coke for the same p'erlgd was Lumber exports again show a decrease "Iii value Silver also has; decreased In.! TOiume. and value, .the decrease; amounting lo Gold and copper' have disappeared from-the list anil; tons of lead, show on thcj manifests.for Zinc has also fallen, to. a total-of: but; 72-.tons for ot No- vember., "this (Increase ,In'.'all. prbducts ex- ceptlng coal and .coke is'tlikcly to.rc- McGuire' AUCTION SALE! TO BE HELD On Wed, Afternoon, at 2 o'clock AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS FULL PARTICULARS Are Generftlly By CONSTIPATION by far than those from the native 'main a the inani schools, where western feslg for the Immediate ;future. Coal taught by natives. This was shown' nual meeting held last fall when native dlgnltarlea.woro Invltcrl. Thjey 'deliv- ered addrcsEc.s .and tuo adtlrcsses-de- Hviifed by the natives, 'Vere studying In tho Chclstlan schools showed minds trained to think1 In [broader ilnes. They develop an alert- I ness of mind and a clearer vlfelon, Miss Hambly said. Referring (o her own work she said sho founded Ihu boarding schooVseveii years ago in Tzcliutsing, Isong betoro tho building wns completed ity of "one hundred and twenly was i taken up and more applications'were jeing received. Each person who 'went n on. tho signing ari agree- Jn5iit'to remain: with tho school for seven years and 16 give her1: lime to leaching-for two years after that. One greal difficulty has been Ihe lack of workers. This has been during the G. W. V. A. DANCE TUESDAY, DECEMBER ITH IN THE G. W. V. A. HALL DANCING 9 TO 2. INVITATIONS CAN BE SECURED FROM SECRfeTARY. past Iwo years. Sho referred lo a, .tree i There if complaints moro .common, piles, as they uro comm6niy called, hnd Bcarccly o.ny which 'causo more Iroiiblt, anricyanc'e and misery. Ninety per cent, arie'troubled with them'.at orio llmo'or "other, owing to allowing ithe bowels to become in.a constipated condilioiii' Wiles''are classed'under thres head- ings I.e. itching, bleeding and protud- Ing, arid tlie excruciating pains which accompany llicm causo misery which is .beyond dcscripliou, Ointments and f.iipposilorlcs maj; help and relieve for a while, but (d get rid of them, it Is necessary to liavo a free, easy and natural motion of tho bowels, at least once'or twice d-day, and by doing.this tho causo will bo quickly removed. Jlilburn's Laxn-Uver Pills regulate tho flow of bile to act- properly on the liver anil bowels, thus removing tlie .constipation'and. all its tilllod trou -They contain no calomel or drastic Will be Continued for This Week And wiD indude, as week, every article in our store at big reductions on our regular prices, WE ARE MAKING THIS A SPECIAL CLOTHING WEEK, arid will hftvc on display from day to day extra special price in Men's Clothing that will surpass all'previous records in price cutting. Watch Our Windows Daily held last year wtch ihrco thousand boys and girls and parents connected Christian schools In the. centre whero Miss Hambly was, were ndmtt- led by tlckel. This affair was very encouraging shn said. In Tzollu- tslng where Iho work has been car- rlcil on for twelve years there are five hundred baptised people In the cburch. -.Chinese Christiana are giving splen- didly, said the speaker. In proportion lo Ihclr earnings Ihey glvo belter than'dp Iho people of Canada. An average 'wage la not more than six dollars' a month In that country and out of that Iliey give a, gooil propor- tion. This money Is being'used (o commence work in centres where the Christian missions have boon unable, m.i 10 fo; iThaT. Milbiu-n Co., Limited, Toronlo', The p.'jslJw tho mliieral Ingrcdlenls, being purely veg- etable.. They are small and easy 16 tak6, And do not gripe, weaken sicken. Milburn's Pills are 2oc. ft .vial at all druggists or dealers; or mailed direct on receipt ot prico by Suits, Special Now On Sale Suits tip to Sale ,YOU CAN SAVE ON YOUR XMAS BUYING HERE 20% Off Bath Robes and House Jackets. 20% Off House Slippers. 20% Off Neck Scarfs. k 20 Off Handkerchiefs. 1E1I XMAS NECKWEAR SPECIALLY, PRICED Reg. 75c Reg, Neclavear Sale Neckwear Sale Neckwear, Reg. Sale Neckwear. Reg.' Sale Neckwear. Reg, 50c 70c 85c Sale Neckwear, Reg, Spe.cial lot Neckwear up to Sale.. S1.45 ;