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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1914 THE DAILY PAGE FIVE No Dust No Dirt Nothing but virtuous, fragrant tea leaves, giving their full quota of deliciousness in the tea-pot. "SALADA" You cannot imagine how good it really is unless you try it. WHY DELAY? 1VES FIELD- Explains His Whole Connection Wilh Crisis in Armv.Which Mas icd to His MUlcd Cabinet Iiu( Acted Honestly hut alterations made ESTIMATE OF GEOLOGICAL EX- PERT ABOUT .0001 PER CENT. OF .IT MINED LAST. YEAR (Special to The Herald) F.drr.onlon, Alia, March hundred and elghtr-nlno coal mines In Aloerla. employing'6610 men In- side aad 2263 men outside, produced tons ol coal, I30.S61 Ions of briquettes and 65.167 tons of coke dur- ing 1513, on Increase ol nearly 25 per cent, over 1512! Of Oil! output tons ol coal eiported to provinces In Canada and to the United Stales! The foregoing statistics are incor yorated In the annual report by John T. Stirling, chief Inspector, just la lued under the direction oC Jobo BtociB, deputy minister of the prov- incial department ol pnbllc worts. The classification ol tha output o 3S13 la as follows: Bltum'lnoue, toes; lignite a used In coke production, oci. Mr. Stirling reports that with the of nev? capital and the opening ol largo adequately equipped, there la every reason to be- leve the exportation ot coal to lietgb- >orlng provinces 'and states will he increased during' tins and- coming The lirovlnco ot Alheriu Is divided oto four districts for tho 'purpose ot carrying on tho Inspectlqu work, provided In the 'jew Coal Mlneo Act, which became operative on August I 1913. Tho Inspectors are: Elljat Chew WRlGLEYSi SPEARMINT London, Maii.li resignation I He added '-I do not retede. from of Col. John Sovlj, wcrmiy for i staU-ments in the today can.e alter tho 7u.nl ration nt the "ivbile S'v-j Demands were accept- ng details oi the- crisis in ib? :sh army, many of whose officers tused participate in active opera-j shal! sir Geceral tions agniMt Ike inhabitants, Oi au in ,u InaUer. ster, who hail prepared to ofier art-ned resistance to the introduction trit.. R.t j of Horce flule. the ca'm.et document r.ot Col. Sccly, iu his valedictory, ad-i Vr.ovins it b be final. Ii ;-HC; been dress to Hi Ito'-se ol Commoiit, de-J pi MI at'at the of the i-ahm.-t. nlfd that King George has taken any' ihis would not Line happened." niliativc u! any kind in the army- Col. Scely added ihit while he was crisis, lie said gravely lo blaine, hr had acted hon- Ttp. absolutely is wltli-: relic and with every to he out fouudatiou, in the lirnadesl stiise. loyal tcj his colleague." Ills Majesty tool: lie initiative of; Berelford Uidt Attack kind." j London, March House of The tietwecn Col. Commons buzzed wiih eidtcmenl and Sctly and the officers ia Ireland crowded to Its utmost capacity astoundwl the country, ar.i! ih vkon Lord Charles Deresford opened after every mea .0 se 1' opinion of seasoned politicians, de- laandfd one o' courses; the cash- iering ol the Secretary for AYar, or the attack on the Covt-rnment ty de- manding Information a? to the naval movehients In with the the resignation ol tl.e eotire )n The first course was derided en at a ...VVas lne laltle Cf3ered protracted cablet council early this sU.am i( l Later in the day, in -._ of Comir.03.5, Frtmier in replying to a question, mailc walera l Ir'stl Hcathcoate, Kdm'onlon; Francis As j clear thai the instructions given j to disembark field he asfced. j. i Amid ministerial cheers and nada. The areas arc' oa tho oulei ratiges and In tho foothills, from the International boundary to the north of the Athabasca River, one hundred lulled north' of Edmonton, beyond j graph? Jo- lhfl doci.mrill which, explorers aay, the coal a rear and hy (he cabinet, at a ara confined to tho foottuns. j meeting al uhich he was not nros- The MOOED mouDtain, the Cascade! ent i. bafiln, tho Bighorn and the Brazeau district contain Immense scams o[ commercial coal. W. 1-each, of geological sur of Canada, gives these figures o? lAlberla'fl'coal reserves: Actual OODjOOO tons; bltuinlnons, tons; seml-bHumlno'jB and ilgnHca, tons.- tons; bituminous, tons; seml-hlluinlnous and lignites, tors. BOY SHOT IN THIGH Raymond Youth Playing With RlfEe Sfioott a Playmate HAIR AND SMIN BEAUTY (lough, printed" the "white "he. "it appeared to the government and 1 hid "by rnistaVe addeil two para- j0 General Poget that ultho-jgb tbess '-..__ coiiSiiWrcd movocoenta pnrels''.were precaution- ary In character, stnfe of eiclte- inent might be caused whteb would result In comr.iotlon In nil parts of Ire-lnnd. 1, therefore, took tho netes- pary steps to support tbe movemtnta in tbe event ot tlieir being op- posed by arniod forss." 1'UST RE3T011E.COXF1DESCB IN' AliJIY I.oridor., March 35.-l.iheral ncws- apcrs almost without evcoptlomcon- inuc to express dissatisfaction over he recent reJations betjw 'he BREAKFAST ,i ml W UW tfs clean, puref healthful if it's WRIGLEY'S BUY IT BY THE BOX of twenty It coi may fre Made in Canada 7 Scott St., Toronto, Ont. Be SURE it's Wrigley's are r.ot empowered to hold up a driv- COoLBHnlON? not full weight ia the. the dealer would hate lo ,1 COMMISSION DISCUSSES THE QUESTION OF COM- PELLING WEIGHING Raymond. AIU., aMrch WasdBn was nhot In tho Iff yeeter-j day with s .22 calibre ride.. Urv Ken-', nor, Marshall Mllncr, XepM son, Maurice Cooper anil Orson, all. about fourlcen years oE nee, were out! snooting gophers. They had but loff. It apprara that wcrei oil in [all nfixlons to shoot II, ind BO'thej Scolt'i wanns thebpdy byen-jgan wis discharged without anyonni slrengtli-Ibaing tspeclafiy responsible. Tlim upb-jMs tlit nsMht jn anrt tnd fate and active by Uking !E Emulsion aKernieala; the coil liver c Scott'4 the body hi ricliinf it peculiarly Alrengtli lost Rev. S. P. tr Jtalheson, D.D., D.C.L., who 'was assisted by Bishop Pink- ham oJ Calgarj-. The ceremony ff 'was attended by 250 jeojlo. from various of Uia city and province. v .CATTLE MARKET Qlasgoir, Scotland, March Messrs. Wataoii fc Batchelor. importers, report Increased offerings, with trade ralhor quiet. Best steers ore fluoted at to It'A cents; sec- onds at 14U to 1BU; tu1U >t lo 14 cents. CLARINDA NEWS Olariiida, .Mia.. March -Men's cluh met at A.K. Hauso's on Thurflday evening, and enjoyed a ple.isnnt time. Fred Spears bas commenced secd- Mr- Spoara about four hundred acres. Mr. n. Dolton will nwc hack on hit farm at Police Coulee. The McDonald brothers are hauling limber to build on Archie's home- stead. Adolf Stray la busy removing rock llr. Sfrny will break a hundred acres this spring. Mr. B. (legion's son is unite Jlrtt. Tho gophers are out and they are getting (LUfle numoroiic. The young people of Clarind.-i re l-ort having the best time of tbo sta son ftt ihr ilanco given at fit. Kllda on Wednesday evenlr.s. In Convalescence II Is such a hard fight lo regain lost strength and weight, cf the very host aids Is found in NA-DRU-C Cod Liver Oil In It you get, In an agreeable and easily assimilated form, all the vell-knoyn tonic, siienglhening and curative prcperlles ol the besl Norwegian Cod Liver1 Oil, Malt Extract, Cherry Bark 0( cnrorlc MUghS( coWs bronchllls, nsrvous debility, alter (even or vailing diseases, or vhen you are just atlon c( Cod -Liver Oil vlll restore health and vitality. Get It from yovr 3OT Dru'f of Limited. ;