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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Pally October WE ALWAYS HAVE SUCH A JOLLY TIME when we call on Mrs. Jones, she has one of those Selighttul Grarri-o-phones and some beautiful records by Caruso and Melba, and some of the funniest ones Lander. They are just the most natural and perfect things you ever heard. Really its better than going to' a matineei Your guests will always have a jolly time if them with a ?f UII AM-O-P reproducing instrument brought to its highest pitch of .perfec'tioa.' The nearest yiCTOR-BERLINER Dealer willgladly play your favorite selections-for you. jo HERE ARE SOME OF THE LATEST Rag" Peerless Quartet .RED SEAL RECORDS "-Giocohda Cielo e: Mar Enrico Marsk-Hacdbuough. [Caruso Laurie" McCormadc Records 90c.'for the Two inch i, Dearie" -.'TV-- ..-_ MacdonbtLgli Arcadians'? Favorite, Melodies Prydr's'Baiid Nora Bayes jo' Double sided Viet or Records- are 90c.- ;_. Samples by siait on receipt r- r -j- Find out to-day, whkt this entertainer means to and "BE SURE TO HEAR THE YICTROLAS" lerliiSer Limit cd, MONTREAL. Remember the Victor, when thinking of Xmas Gifts. According to Dr. W. J. Arlitz of there is no foundation for the. report that -doctors who attended Mayor Gaynor after Jie was shot look to the city or the mayor to pay bills ..amounting-to "about The bills j of the- physicians who. attended. Presi- dent McKinley came to and "were paid by the United States goi-- emtnent fey special of congress. TAKING THE DEAD.FROM THE STARKV1LLE MINE stai-Kviile, Colo., Oct. sit- uation in the Colorado Fuel and Iron uo.'s mine here to-night may be.suia- BLAMES THE MINISTERS r Extraordinary Specials At The This- Week Men's tan and -valour calf and bos calf, -leather lined bluchers, worth- NOW Ladies' pat., cloth top welt- ed and turned, worth NOW A big and varied assort- ment of gents' fine welted FOR 13.75 Get your winter shoes NOW while-the fine weather lasts. It is your chance to buy at your own price.. Crosby 114 Round St. They Preach Too Much and Fail to Teach Cincinnati, Oct. "the Episco-. Congress Bishop Anderson, of as follows: Bodies buned and jc sensation-at the in the morgue, locat-i tonight given under the ae Sunday school com- when lie said: "Our Sunday department is- the only bne to not "enough Bv'this I mean that the min- the camp and in sight of the mourners! .an electrician, who had assisting ih' .the rescue work, was struck bv a Bante Fe train and ed in the mine, eight; bodies rng, thirty-three. To-nighr. the work-L ers are demoting their energies tot, the removal of the eight bodies ea at noon. To-day live bodies w taJcen to Trinidad for burial. As the] sorrowful procession was -k Killed, DISMANTLED PLANING MILL BURNED IN WINNIPEG isters appear to think that their work consists of preaching only, when they would "do better with a little less preaching and more work in organiz- ing and maintaining their Sunday schools." Winnipeg..Oct. dismantled planing mil] 'owned by J. Nay lor in' tne heart of the city for tho third or roiirth time burst into flames last night, and despite a rapid turn wiien a general alarm was given, thej building, a frame saack. was utterly gutted. The loss is between three on What Parisian Sage Will Do or Money Back Stop falling hair in two weeks.-. Cure dandruff in two week. Stops itching tour thousand. The feature was "Immediately, 'although the building was beyond the Grow more hair. i limits of ihe high pressure system, the .brigade promptly laid over a quar ter of a mile cf nose to the nearest high pressure hydrant and obtained a good working pressure. FOR CHURCH WORK !N CANADA Make harsh hair, sofe, silky and lux- uriant. Brightens up the hair and eyebrows. As a. hair dress- ing it is without a pee t contains 1 nothing that can possibly harm the hair, it is not stic- ky, oily or it is used by thou- ;sands to keep the hair pre- as well as cures For women and children it is the most delightful dressing and should be jjeppison, an Englishman, was burned Jin every home. Druggists everywhere jto death thirteen horses destroy-land Johnston .'Jackson sell it for 50 I London. Oct. 13. According to j society lor the prorogation of the Gos- jpel, has been received in re- jsponse to appeal for church work in The Girl with the Auburn Hair is on every package. i western Ganatia. FATAL FIRE AT LONDON, ONT. London, Oct. mau named GEOLOGIST NOT WELL INFORMED There are Mineral Deposits on Eastern Sloqe of Rockies Keillor.. The 'Herald. Lethbridue: Having seen in your paper of -the 7ih.'inst., an item headed "No ii Eastern Slope." in wliich it Vas stated that-Dr. O. B. Dowliag, JJom'nion geologist, has asserted ihat there was no mineral on the east slope: of the Rocky Mountains, mak- ing particular mention of tais district. I am interested in the mining possi- bilities and especially of iron of South ern .Alberta, and believing -that you do not wish, any harm through your paper to. the-Southern or any part or Ai'Derta, I give you the following regarding an. iron ore property in which I am interested. 1 am one of the locators of this property, which is situated east of the Rockies, and immediately to the east of the Living sbne range and in the vicinity of Co.w- ley. i desire to refer you to Dr. Wm. uawson's repon on this part of the country, aud especially to; his'.refer- ence to his iron ore discoveries, which I and my associates believe are the iron ore deposits which, we have lo- cated, We know beyond a question, of a -doubt that the deposits are enormous.'in quantity and .of. a very high grade ore, ranging from the 40 to 50 samples of ore assayed, from 55 cent, in metallic iron.'In addition, to Dr. Dawson's report we have had four mining engineers go.cv er the locations, and the opinion of uiem all "was thai there was no ques- tion about the quantity of Tfre quality of the ore. I may further say that I and asociates are all prospectors and miners, and have spent about the sum of in -prospecting and de- velopment of this property in the last six years, and this work has, we be- lieve, proved the extent and the quan- tity and "quality of the ore. I am en- closing to you herewith a description of the property compiled some two years ago which includes ia it an. an- alysis of a sample the ore taken Zrom the property by a disinterested ore could be mined going to of sinking.: The.qve con- tains the to mini- nsiac the cost ot mining. ?7 .000 worth of- work has been done on these claims by the lo- cators, -but being principally prospect work, it would be of little value in developing a. niiift. "Within a. radius .of 14 miles of these claims, which have been locat- ed .under the Quartz Mining Regula- tions of the Dominion of Canada, ex- ist at the present 'time, developed and under cool mines work- ing seams of coal at ftie .following places: "Bur-mis, half a mf.le: Passburg, 'J miles, -Maple Leaf, 4 5 rnues, Hillorest, 5 miles; Carbon- 5 Frank, ,t> miles; t-und1 miles; Blairmore, S miles: 3 miies; Beaver Creek, S miles; coleman, 12 miles, and Carbondale, 12% miles, at this time producing 000 tons of coal per -day and capable of many times the present output. "Owing to the property being sit- uated in such close proximity to such desirable deposits of coal and lime- stone, and owing to the exemption of all iron mined. in Canada from paying royalties until 19-8, and. flic generous bounty paid by the Dominion Govern- ment on -all iron smelted in' Canada, taas proposition should appeal to in- tending investors." Copy of analysis of ore taken from the' Iron property by Lehman, anal- ytical and technical chemist, of St. .Paul, U. S. A.: .ferric Oxide 51.143 ferrous 2.120 o.OOG S.123. Manganese auipniir Jfnosphorous Silica (sand) Titanium 100.000L 'Metallic iron 1.67.75.per cent.' .Results- of two samples analysed at L.ab. of Mines "Dept. of Mine's, Otta- ij fine crystaline. granular, .massire, magnetite: insotuable mia- 'eral .13.38 p.c. Titanium, dioxide trace......trace Martin, McNeill Moore, Alberta, Canada; pSity. sample at "67.75 per cent, metallic iron, and was- free trojm. titanium and practically sulphur: and- .-phospbrous. free I'do SETTLED OUT OF COURT St. Jonn. Oct. lo.-r-The'-.claim of G. S. .Mayes for unpaid 'bal- ance of in Mayes vs the. King lor "dredging was-settled-out of court for not ask- or desire you. to publish word for-, Word this-' letter! -I, '-dp expect you to -protect iron posibilities in this Tssri ortne provinceK-rom' any incor- statements -that may have, a ten- dency -w keep capitalists from invest- igating the same, and eventually es- tablishing iron and steel industries in this vicinity. Tours truly, GERALD JGAADNIA... Description The accompanying description of iron property was compiled .atoout two years ago. and sincei- that iron ore eight to the jfime ficient '.work on to .Determine, its. "extent, .-V-'-iPnere has also -Additional worlr done on'Uie and NITURE The good furniture that we have, com' bined with the good qualities that you have is what makes homes happy. There are thousand and one things for homes at big store with the, .little prices, and prices? are what talk to-day, -Read what Jittli house-maid has to say this week: 'I'.'V HOTEL, ARRIVALS W-TV J. McNeely, Cal- gary Manvcll, Pincher Creek; Christie, Diamond City; .Charles Fergie, E. M. Kensit, Cal- Reynolds, Winnipeg; 0. 'Slew'arb. Regina- Jiay ,Smith_ aind' Magrath; Ali. H.'Loving, Cal- gary; C. L. Smith, 'Cedarville, Ohio; L.-M. Butterfiuld. Mrs. .0. M. Butterfield, Warner; 0. C. Carpenter. Lands, Moat.; R. M. Rodgers and Salt. Lake- H. Peel, Cam- R. A. -Qpnley, Calgary; Less Richardson, Coutts; E. Gardiner, C. 'H.V Uunbar, Calgary; W. Brown, In- nisfaii; Mrs. A..M." Christie, Anacon- da, A. Price, Calgaryi; Mrs. prospeeUng, Dunn, .Robv. McDowell been-'highly satisfactory. Description.' of Situate Canada "This "property." .located on .a lead of ting about one'mile .nortli .of ;Burmi3 sta- tion on the Crow's of the' Canadian the midst of Southern fields of tine steam, and. "coftlng-.co.al. The j claims are located-" of iron exisosea for a [led and the building gutted by fire, 11 which broke out in the livery stable I of. Ferguson and McAdam on Dundas 'street this morning. cents a large bottle. The sirl with the Auburn hair is on every bottle. Mail orders filled" by Canadian makers, Giro.ux Mfe. Co.. Fort Erie, Ont uistance of about -eigct'; miles in a northerly these has been- aitterent a width in- the veins of from sixty to forty feet. samples taken, from these dif- ferent-exposures', assay returns have been obtained of from 55 per cent, to 68 per cent, metallic iron, with an es- timated average across the veins of over fifty per ..centum. This ore lias been found to be almost entirely tree from sulphur, phosphorous and ti- tanium. i "At a point about one mile' from Jtsurmis there are two parrallel veins exposed, snowing a width- of 12 feet and 29 feet respectively. -These veins are about 30 yards apart. On another hill, about seven.' miles from there are five parallel veins exposed, showing width varying from G to 40 feet, and these veins lie from 50 to 250 feet apart. On one of them a tunnel has been driven feet on trie strike of the vein, a verti- cal depth of from 80 to 90 feet. At the end of this tunned a cross-cut was driven a-, distance of 'of feet to the hanging wall, but the footwall has not 'been exposed.' These veins all lie between walls of heavy sand- stone, and pitch at an. angle of from 30 to degrees towards the west and the Livingstone Mountains, a range of limestone of an average height above the valley of about 3000 feet, and.lie parrallel to and about one mile east of the said mountain. "The .formation in which the iron occurs is exceedingly regular and un- DroKen. "Ttiese iron measures extend through a range of foothills of the Liv- ingstone Mountains, varying in height from 200 to 800 teet-above, the conseciufeTitK- New York. R. Baily, A. C. Flumcrfelt, D. M. Rog- B. C..; James Walsh, Enderlin; F. H. Lulx, Montreal; .R. G-. JRice, Torontor, H. E, Pearson. Ed- monton; R. W. Riddell, Coleman; T. Ferguson, Barons; Neil M. Stalk- er, Grassy Lake; H- Bicker, Warner; W. J. Bell, Npvr D. P- Be- ware, Vancouver; Roy Furney, Mrs. F- Coilklin, Warner; Percy Cope, Cal- gary? C. A. Hoffman. Hamilton; J. H. Glass, jr., Calgary. Barton, W. E. Mountain, Swift Guy Wajkf.r T-T-.. P-EQ'Hra, Grau- G. Morin-and child, Carman- g'av.; R. H. Kent. R. HoSniann Medicine Hat; Ed. D- Church, Bow- ville; T. W. Pitts, J. Andrews. .J. Church; Roy Church. Bowville; E. J. Ward, Cardston; H. Jones, Cal- S. R. Beck, Deer Lodge, Mo John. J. Watson, Geneva, Que.; N Carter, Tompkins; W. H. Logan, Win- nipeg. Mrs. B. Thompson. Glasgow; .C. Caswebartz, L. 0. Norton, Raymond; W. H. Cur- ley, W. H. Nolan, Maple Creek; G. Mr. an-d Mrs. Faulk- ner, Couttsj; Mike Anglin.. Sundial; Gco. T. Dawson, Taber. Beckett, C. Genik, Winnipegi; C. R. Cuysdalc. Carman- J. J. Mullon- Calgarp; W. J. Endc. Coaldalc: and We liave competent men' to send out to measure for, and place snades, linoleums and carpets. Repair work- promptly at- i i tended- to Lethbridge's Greatest Home Ftirnlshers 60S Redpath Street Phone 625 OPEN BIG ELEVATG-R AT VICTORIA HARBOR Toronto. Oct. interesting in relation to the de- velopment of the Canadian Pacific railway in the Ontario -division were made today by James Osborne, gen- C. 0. Judkins. E. A. Ham, Kinco, Ieral superintendent They were: The Maine; J. Bartlett, C. Johnston, Cicv crvfllc. C. Bailey, Car- T. Handasjde, Cowlcy; 'A. Roy Peers, Buronsi; John Pd- opening-of two million-bushel elevator at Victoria Harbor and' the building of a spur line from -Code Junction to jingersoli. Furncss and STREET RAILWAY L- Olson, BurdeU; Joe. Sin, Fernic; MEN AT WINNIPEG Gilbert .Kana, Burdntl; AH. Dcfit. "Chas, Dem, Toronto; J. AVebstcr, Mrs- Webster aird children, Cowlcy; E. Iverson, Seven Persons; T. Moosomin; M. Miller, Carr H. Earl, Halvcr Selland, Cham pi our. J. Sor- gard, Iron Springs; H. Siiverton, A. B. Hansen, Sundial; H. C. Hosemead; R. L. Hyslop and wife, Burdett; Thos. Ryan, Calgary; G. Kceve, Barons; J. G. Mecrs, Warner; F. M. Williams, A. H- Peterson, Rosemeadi; Frank Janish, Bowville; Miss M. L. Miller, Minot, M. G. Batalden, Lost Lake. Wheaton, Milk- River; Chas. Record, Raven; James Henderson, Snake Valley; E. M. rutliers, Vulcan; R, T. Hcnison, bion Ridge; M. Almas, Buttci: Hcndo.rson. H.--E. iuatiiity Edmonton. Winnipeg, Oct. a result of recent complaints, the Winnipeg elec- tric street railway put a local detect- ive agency to work, and the first rniits were the discharge last night of over thirty raotormen and conduc- tors for drinking -while in uniform and passengers and othej; rules. It is an- ticipated wholesale, may fb'llow. ..I) EPO R.TED TH E :R.U SSI AN S On't., .Oct.- twenty Kussfaus- to ;do longshore the.xSteamers at Point were'-discharged from custody today under supervision or the; immigration' officers. The find advancing years bring an to constipation. The Jney. need is Entirely different from common peasant to take; .riiild and painless. A tablet (or less) at bed-time r emulates perfectly. Increasing doses never needed. -like NA-DRU-CO pre- parations, by1 expert chemists. Money back .if not'satisfactory. a box., If your druggist has yet send 25c. and we will niail them. MMTIONAL DRUG CHEMYCAL-COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED, MONTREAL. 22 ;