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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 3, THE LETHBRJDGfc DAILY B. SHERMAN, MANAGER PHONE To-night To-morrow Night Popular Adults 75c; Children 25c. Night Lower floor s'l.OO; Baicohy 5Cc. The 40 SONGS.. 497 in Times' in New York. "Nimble Legs and Wonderful San Francisco Call. "Go See Free Presi. "Best of Province. _r MATINEE TOMORROW SEATS ON SALE AT THEATRE BOX OFFICE, MONDAY, JANUARY 30. IS ANYBODY NOT A MEMBER? PHONE 646. MAJESTIC THEATRE W. SHERMAN, Manager. NEXT WEEK GEORGE H. SUMMER'S I5IG STOCK COMPANY MONDAY FEBKUAKY Oih E WRONG-MR. WRIGHT Splendid Vaudeville Between Acts Prices, Evening 75c. Gallery 25c Matinee' 25c-10c- MAT1NEE -SATURDAY Will be AfterY.Nl.CA-i Hustle After waiting for three weeks' ti get 2 good day Fpr the Y.M.C.A; hus- tle, the flay, which happens 5o he to- day, finally" deemed upon turns but to worst of whole winter' to date. But in spite, of that-scores'of young and arc hustling around determined to get every possible mehiber for the Y.M.C.A. .Last night in spite: of: the, blizzard that was raging about seventy ot.'tlii'' one hundred men chosen bir the Tout teams assembled at the hem feed in the auditorium'of the j stir, up their' enthusiasm and .get jal instructions from their "captains. j There was enthusiasm in abundance and hope; ran high that the three hun- dred new desired will bss'c- cured. j General Secretary Tho'massbn was 1 master of ceremonies and aiter a' few preliminary remarks called on Cap- tains Dunham, Kilmer, Ross .and White, who made rousing challenging captain had _ already secured fourteen a-embers and'; iVe" cnother announced that he had him 1 dierg to" San Fedro, and Commnder beaten out as he had secured twenty- i the Marletti, afisumed cbn- Dr.. Galbraith, the presulfnL of. railway company requested the association, expressed the sym- L'ofnrnander Cooper to furnish a guard pathy and support of the hoard at' fearing that' the rectors in the hustle: Hon. W.; A. Bu wbuid; fcerteized. A detachment was chana'n some-of his experiences in j getting members. D. II. Elton pro- vided plenty of for' the campaign in a breezy speech! The speeches over the-various-teams "as-; scmbled in of the roonvand received instructions their: captains. PUERTO CORTEZ IEVAGUATED Honduras Government Troops Leave Foreign- v ers in Charge Puerto Cortez, Feb. evacua- tion of this'city by the Honduran gov- ern menu troops Has taken place, arid the town'Is now in the hands of Am- erican 'aud British who are the revolution- ary "forcei, Beverafdays ago were dug and guni placed outiide the limits of town, and government troops were stationed there to oppose tlie En- wero withdrawn on Monday after the governor had ask- ed of the internation- al .'for 48 hours which to ev- acuate'the city, lie also asked them lor protection, and marines were then landed from the United States gunboat Marietta and the British cruiser Bril- disorders. Prior to this -orders had .been issued that uo nghtiiigiWOUld be permitted with Puer- to Cortez, and Colonel Caeear was sent In' search of General Chriitmai; who Is to be on his way to form a General Boniila, for the notifying him of ''evacuation, and the 48 protection. The town, which is 25 miles to of Puerto Cortez. WINDSOR A CENTRE 'FOR MARRIAGES Total of in 1910, Most- ly Outsiders; Detroit Paper Minister-' Windsor, Jan. During the past FOR Sip FARMERS Qttawa, Feb. An .important amendment to the Provincial Hydro- act, as already --an- nounced in The Globe, is under.con- sideration by the Commission, under year marriage licenses were is-1 whiSh PrPvisiotl. to ,SUP- sued in according to figures "fanners dlrcbtlyi witK" eVectrical fecorded with the" city clerk. This is Power at" their homes. It is not.'im- nearlv four timiss the number of births prdhOjblc'ithat -the measure Bunder con- and deaths together in the qity for sideration may; be introduced at the year. There were 367 births and I present session of the "Legislature. It only' 290 deaths, an increase of 73 for expected tliat a test ot powers for the former and of 35 of the farm .work. Viil .made at the On: Last year was not leap year, but j tario Agricultural College, and that first place it be used was more than out- .done, as the marriages that year out numbered former years by a -gln. Probably 90 per cent censes recorded .were issued to peo: pie from across the border. The largest number were issued dur- ing July, Augustan dSeptember the ex cursion months and .the average per flay for the whole year was clergymen say business is dull i in the marriage fline at this time of the year..: j The Detroit Saturday Night critici- a leading Windsor clergyman, for j being a complacent promoter of mis- Oa will KNIGHT (nee TAYLOR) ACADEMY opera "Katie IJeen" soon, to" be given NOTES! "yv the music department. j The Raymond. Concert; Orchestra Cec-rge Dahlgreen, missionary, deliv- savc an evening opera house on Saturday last for the benefit .of the Kuighi. Academy, hut we regret to say that the people patronized it re- p. very-excellent lecture upon "He- lit, Knowledge- and before the stimeiu' body on Thursday last. Uicl you see it? Weil, yon missed j the treat of your life. Yes, the Fac-1' ulty defeated the Junior girls at bas- Ketbali. by a score of o5 to While in Utah recently President Ai- ry poorly, fjut ivho says the people not loyal to the Academy? Alter the-basketball game between the Faculty ami the Junior girls, tho Seniors Danqiiettetl the Faculty. An ciezant spread was laid in Instructor s room. len had beautiful brass plates to rasten. on the doors ot tho room-; fur-! nislied ijy the various State auxiliary! llnvc been added to the south organizations, the each bearingland east windows. of the south wing the name of a particular organization, i of the .Thanks vcrv- much, Joseph HarK-cr, missionary, read a so say Iho and students. Paper in? chape! last Thursday upon I have been abroad that "I'ersevorancer a. paper which elicited the Acnrtem-v wfi] a -blackcmith- niiich favorable OftTnmpm j InS Department next year. A rather The department will a grand "repertoire of classic. gems" in Class plns- Banners, mottoes, etc., -the Academy auditorium nest Ssitur- bc uov.-, with few ex- .ViSS and you miss Cepllous- 1'or reason 'that the Tay- onc of the Importsnt things vrhich i Io" AC3ltemy hAS now become the mak-c life worth A Kniehf. Ac Academy. nfst; students, and ademy of coarse. for the announcement of the i J he -Norlliern will .be AstHma Catarrh ALL DRUGGISTS Try Astl- rfte TJirott Tablcti Cmtfwe Ca, M WONTREAL Pd at onre. Thc following exceller.t sta-f has been chosen: (Icorge R. wooiicy. cdJror-in-chief Zclla John- son, associate editor: Don Bkonson, ps manager: Jesse Hcdd, Hter- ary editor: Wilforrt Heminger, ex- change: Krnest Hohne and George arctverton. athletics: Ruth Johnson. Asscl Palmer and Alfred Jensen, local. -Mrs. I.larrict .McKenna. Raymond, presenter! the Academy library thirty volumes of the "Xations of the Worlrt." Thanks. j JAPANESE TRAWLER LOST WITH ALL ON BOARD Mctona, The Inab: Mam, arrived yesterday from the Or- pent, brought news tho loss at sea j o: tho Japanese steam trawler Bando Marj, with a crew ot 77 The ery. making marriages. Monday of last week he invoked the blessing ofjj? God on the union of a Detroit boy 18 FOR] JAMES GORHAM Sentence of Peterboro Youth Who vShot His Mother .Commuted -Ottawa, Feb. the eleventh hour James Gorham, the Peterboro' youth under sentence to be hanged to- morrow, morning, for the m.urder of ftis mother last summer, .has escaped the gallons. This-.afternoon his sen- tence was commuted to life imprison- Gorham. while shooting a po- who was endeavoring to ar- rears of age, and a Detroit girl i6jhi motber years of age. The girl gave her a' rest him, missed his mark and killed The verdict of murder as IS. but that should not have' hid- den, her short dresses from the eyes of ;i conscientious minister. The min- ister, says the Detroit paper, made no attempt to reach..the'.Detroit parents though he could have talked w'ith them by stepping to the telephone. Saturday Night says the clergyman's wife and another member of the fam- ily witnessed the ceremony, "The fee was two dollars, old story, this.. But it reminds that' the religious conscience was coupled with a strong recommen- 'datioh by both Judge and jury that executive clemency be gran'ed. of Windsor remains unmoved by the per- version of an ancient religious rite. Tlie civic conscience of Windsor has long since become inured to appeals on this point." BABY FOODS ARE DENOUNCED New York Phyiician Says Children Often Starve When Fed Upon Prepared Products New York. Feb. food for infanta and the men who make and advertise it came in for criticism at the hands of Dr. Charles G. Kerlev, WOMEN WANT MORE CAR STEPS Providence, R. I.. Feb. an ef- fort to harmonize the hobble skirts and tho accommodations provided pat- rons by the local street railway com- pany. 35-1 of the most influential wo- men of this city and state, members of the Rhode Island Women's Club, have petitioned the city council to in- stitute a crusade for more and shorter steps on trolley cars. The Coal of This District Means Prosperity; Y and Many Industries The Crow's Nest Pass are Beaitfiful v.-...- to iatest available govern- JraeoL statistics, th'ere are three great productive; coal horizon? in the. Pro- vince of Alberta. All of these produ'ce.coal of different fjualities, due; er- in the developaient of rich diitrict, and.'happy.' are. who work and Jive in the immediate neighborhood. Air the cities in -the are cnaracterifitic of one anbth- Kverywhere to their difference that coal mlufiig1 aud'the'man- Yact is modified .by their the main mountain effect'of and of "great mountain building uuenire of coke is tne; principal indus- try, and everywhere you of I. great prosperity, Lotiibrtdge is the city recognized''to j _ _ bavins; accelerated be the gateway to the-Pass located of changing a lignite to a bituminous on the it is 'directly in- the coal, and in to an anthracite, mountains become more nearly Tee of coal may he claaattied'ai semi-anthracite, hitum- and lignite, alUbugh almost ev- ery graduation of coal may be found. Coal mining in the Province of Al- berta idater back to the time of the coBMrucUon- of. the Canadian Pacific Kaiiway, -but it is only during the past decade a production of consider- able.tonnage has been maintained. >'or inaUhce, during the Alberta produced only .somewhat oveY two inundred .thousand tons of coal, j m_0-t 'output while in 190t> aixty-one produc- ed a total of one miliion; three hundred and eighty-five thousand tons. Of pathway of the CroV.: a'fie'r train leaves -Lethb'ridge; "the tra-i perceives the mu.ViH'ains'ii] the! distance. .Lethfaridge is a ing, prosperous its''wide'streets and substantial make an impression instantly upon.theVvJsi- tor. A town of "fiut :-a'.'.'thousand- ino't many years it is today'a grj city of over ten "thousand peopled The coal mines near a coal used estic purpoies. The Co.-opemte of a tons per day. Utner companies have also entered'the Held, and the-'cen- ths amount ignite tne'llst with I tre of sl1 the Tninihg companieB sii hundred and two thousand nundred: arid bituminous with five hundred and for- j ty-sjx thousand 'six 'hundred and tweni cit: ty-tnree tons; while only two hun- its activity 'ana air of western Jn the Southern i-Alberta-: coal fields. He this as it may, the ty 'tbradmire ared thousand five huu- are'd 'and tona of semi- antaracite. were, produced. .Tne coai; mining. ID: Alberta can be ciaselhed into three important dis- tricts, each producing a "different grade Its ..'s'toreiij arid Jts hotels and, meeting trued "with a reBtlessnesB spirit which' ultimatelj- imeani city'.'of no ordinary size. i...' Lethbridge :on- the-'pia of coal to the other. These are the! going the. Nest 'Pass crow's Neat, Lethbrtdge and Edmon- j is entered shortly after passing the ton districts'; the first, two, howevet, i tnilvlng kittle town" of M iclTOd.'' ;The oeing: practically, continuous, only the [monotony of the plalhB ;is -bfokenV It grade''.' of coal marking the distlnc- UOIl. --._-- -j.' The Crow's Nest Pass, country is a district, named 'after the crow's Nest Mountain, of. which ttie visitor may obtain a most magnificent takes" ;but a few hours' trS.- to Albert a the centre. of the coal miningvindustfy -in the Arberta section of '-the -.prow's Nest frank, Alberta, alscK t acene of one of nature's awful STOVE POUSH Blmck .Knight ".Voiish was made; for to save: them' worrj and Black'; Knight easj-to-shine Stove'- Just a JEW light ,cloth or brmhj brilliantly black; polish'tlii view from eitber-pf the towns of Car- i cbmmonlj- knowh as the "elide." All :re8i- aenta of nearby pt.this aw- tui aildeV and even-today it Js a corn- the avarkeiof man." though. Nature, .made Had Severe Pains In His Back. Could Hardly Work. Mr. Alfred B. Davis, Gorrie, Ont.. For some years I suffered from eevcrc paios in my back and could hardlr i 'ne distance from Lethbridge. Al- or .Coleman, Alberta.. "The! as .it is commonly called, at- tains a height of feet above sea level, and solely by reason of--its independence of immed- iate mountain ranges, the high- est Alberta: coun- try; and stands'.-as a sentinel to a cistrict Vhich is rich in cos! beyond It seems as a pathway through this Pass for the "benefit of Irian .'and At any rate the name of Pass and trniy applied to and coal mining opera- tions are carried on .on both sides of it to great profit. 'I: ussd, and even at the pre- sent time one finds tliat many ranch- ers are proprietors; of private coal mines.. The monstrous seams oE coal nave.hardly yet 'been touched, though niost important properties through- out the Pass, of course, are ownid and to a certain extent'are operated. So nere, then, ;is Alberta's coal chest, and as you see matter how in- experienced you may be. you cannot nelp. but notice evidence of nere, there aud everywhere. No won- der that eeach rancher has his private coal mine: uo wonder that the towns are growing into cities, and no won- aer that the "great Iranacontinental roads have turned their eyes in this direction, for in the Pass you find bit- uminous coal in almost inexhaustible quantities, the steam coal so much in demand for all commercial CoKe, too, is manufactured here anci snipped to nesrby smelters, at 'a good pnce, and as metalliferous mining in- creases ao will.the demand for coke increase in like proportion. It was in 18U7 that tne Canadian Kacmc Katlway first entered tha crow s Nest Pass. Jn that same year the world dawned to the fact that at Coal CreeU. ,1 few inlles from Fernle, B. C., .one of the greatest deposits of Du.uminoius coal in the world was lo- cated. Since the formation of the craw's Nest Pass Coal Co., at this point, the deposit of coal throughout the entire Pass has been estab- lished, and many remarkable records nave hsen made. mon tojflc of conversation; .The more than anything ever torniatioh can ba obtained North .American-continent. de- struction. of life, numbering. seventy or eighty people, was only; limited i'jjy; :the size of the population "of the then mining viHage'.of Frank, Alberta. :tn 1W2, by some mysterious power 'tlie entire top and side of mountain in coal mining operations were earned on, broke.-- loose, and with ter- rlfic roar and speed roiled' in a crush- ed mass to the level ;'of the -Pass, 'and shot forward for. miles over the val- Tey. JtlllioriB upon tons of rock, boulders larger than the eaatern mansion, fell and obliterat- ed even- living thing and every human nome that happened in- its path. ..No conception of this awful slide can -be tarnied without- seeing the .pile of rock as it today appears on .both sirtec of the railway trades. No means, of Knowing what it meant to those who perished or knowing who or how many were its victims. A- cmmunicaticm'- partment sayB been- ehcy.--fbr theV advertisin .city and illinoitan :Gate, and Soc hand Are .Wed Carmi, eaus and husband winning jc' k'ec- outdone today by- was sought by' farm hand, who in finding a wife. Bray. citV; -isit-JSiissrSylTia-Rc' ed the "case and won the i sent, priring back, he to first time at fice where', they -were will Bray's farm. The Detroit papers nouncement that the courts January 21, granted a divorce action of Eleanor "Pousette Courlhope Pousette, of Peterboro, Ont. on the grounds of non-support. SEVERE STORM ON iiarcelona, Spain, RAGING .coast. directions would, bo sure in the end; two-boxes I .-------------was entirely cured. feel quate Sdca lhls concentratert depos- a starved and unhealthy child, that I cannot speak too highly in their Qt coal, -phjch will for the next cen-i "Many said Dr. Keriey, j turles to come, Dlay such an important i "have undergone a slow form of "Thi? ns.vly four veora ago and I part in the development of Western! vztion while eating daily from the: cured." cauarta. prepared footiB the labels of which I .Those who have never been TO the tourtet or casual traveler, it 1' ' _ showed pictures of growing infants said especial polntt. "Often the Starvat detected child plump. But thi was overfed on could nor h ?f and receired a seriouB deficiency fats and bone. and muscle building naaterial." -------j fistnct than the Crow's Neat Pass. i Wetk! lama or aching back comes J il Switzerland, with all from the kidneys, and when the kidneys Us cannot produce a in- out of Ofder the whole system becomes spiring sight than the TamotJi Crotv or Daan's Kdaey Pills specific for or mountains. And yet. to think that ail kidney troubles.