Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Pasrc 12 THE LETHBRTDOE DAILY HERALD Saturday, October IS, 1013 NA-DRU-CO Cucumber and Witch Hazel Cream A refined snd healing cf Naiuie's cvn zp Rub btfcre going to and sunburn, vindburn, chscs. and scie l-ps vsnish magic. Used afler vashiry, it keeps hands snd fsce scHsnd ccir.Ioriable. In25c. ycur Drufgist'i. NA-DRU-CO Ruby Rose Cold Cream ss bad coir.plesici'.s and good ones belter. valuible in cold, riv veithcr. In 25c. cjsl jits, si ycur Dn.-jglst's. WW AM) dtmiUt CF C.W.UA, UWIQ KCV1SUL 197 An Ideal Tonic For Women Siclc or kittcuocew uctcown to women .wbo list Effervescent Salt repjlitly, becwie it touts up the entire system. Mildly-Illative hi its action Abbcy'i SJt has immediate effect upcn lie torpid Kvet acd slugjish dijtsticn'iiid produce! rich, red bleed tor vigorous health. pltMant, invigorating druJc st all especially benefiilkl in tbe before brealcfut. Tab a BoHb Kt> Sun, 25c. and 60c. At all Drngguto. RES! OF CANADA omparahve MOW owe Great Wealth in This Respect EJn'.ratra, OcU total lal cculaia a larger too- Iban nil the rest ol Canada. ctual problWe KscKirMa are mated nl ias. as1 with ina (or Ihe "otfcw provlaew and he Yukon, th9 Northwest Territories nd the Arctic Island E, and are 14 mes tbe reserve ol British Columbia, Iiine3 jireatar thari Sa nd 110 times more than Nova Scotia, prtfent the largest producing pro- Inefl in tbe Domlnloa, Canada's coal elde tare an estimated total eurfaee area of square miles, ot vhlcli 13 In SdmontOQ district T'lie tcUl at tho orid are estimated as hraclte, toua; bltnnln US, tons; snb-blturh- nous and lignites, ons. Asia lends In anliraolta coal with tons, K4 Xorlll Uaerira and South .Vmerlci lead in tltuinlnoas wltli tcma and In aemi-bitujninous wid The 'United States Is credited with ,n annual coal production ol iOO tons; Great Brlula Is stconil mth toas; Gecmanj Is third eaoi, Are feet thick looib ot the Boir river, wUeoi to 13 feel at Cal- y, where it llee at a doplh of 1SOC eet; and on the'xorth Ssskatcherau ivw, Tstri ot Edmonton. It Attains a tLSciueu ot 2b (eet: then splits into wo 10-foot seams the Qrand Trunk Pacific ralliri? crosses m riTcr. A ecrlea ot mailer at a depth lower by froa 600 to 600 feet thsa the referred o Is mined at IMiconton, Touetd, and points between the Grand Trunk Pa- cific and the Canadian Paclflo Ines, this coal changes frcul Ignite In its northeastern areA to coking coal lu the foothills. The Belly river formation covers 000 miles in eastern Alberta and the best coa) occurs on Us borders, where there is a persistent eeim. A .larity ot tbiB formation is that the seams to north are thinner and of poorer quality, two lignite Beams at Medicine Hat being Brj feet thlci while the quality Is better at Taber, and still better at the Oalt collieries at LeUrbrldje. coal has struck below 'the Edmonton formation at the following depths: ToflcW, deptU ot 1050 feet, coal four feet; Edmonton depth 1400 feet, coal sli feet; Calgary depths ot. 2562 feetj 2655 teet and 2875 feet, ulth thicknesses' of coal rive feet, seven feet and" four feet respectively This series Is.ldeintlcal that a Peace. river ttp.own as the Dunvegaii series, irhere exposures OD the Pine and Peace rivers show the .seams be thin In the'eastern part, hut thick en toward the west to two feet. The Kootenay- formation Ii deeply covered In th'e undisturbed areas ease of the mountains and eiposed only in the uplifts of the Rocky mountains or at the crests of the anticlines i: the foothills, ajid tho cofcl series occu in long strips lying "against the up- thrust edge of the. succeed ing block 1 the weal. -Many of the areas mono clinical, but ..iu.'a few synclinica troughs eilst, and.the coal is generall will 221.COO.O.OO tons, and Canada _I tenoi with tons, ot which Is mined in the provinc ot Alter! a, D. B. DowllnK. co-editor with Yf. Me Inncs and IV. W. Leach ot tbe Geologl cal Surrey ot Canada ot "The Coal Re- .ol the a three-Tolaui published in connection wilt the last session ot- the Geological Consress, giTCE .these fls- ures of Alberta's coal resources: Actual -AntbracHo, _ _ tons; bituminous, j WlnmlnouCwia some an tons; Beml-bUumlrious an'a liinltes, tons.- intbraclte, "b'OO.ioO tons; Beml-bltumladUB and lignites tons. coal resources in other pro- .Tinces, territories and islands of Can- ada are Elated 'AotyiV- turaiaoas, probable reserve, tons. ,Xcw BrunswlcV: Probable reserve, tons. reserve, tumlnous aad tops. reserve, GuVbl luminous and lEgultea, tons. Probable- reserve, subrblturainous, tons. British rescrvo Anthracite. torn; bituminous Oct. Alberta fe to hive a ciilk condeueing plant, and Cardston statuls a good chance of hsv- 'til it establish e a In the Temfle City. board of trade, cegotUUng with Sec- Hiwy.flnley of the Assocjus Boards Trade in the niitlsr. 'Mr. Flnlty quartE of mlik a ihouU be procured In ordsr to mn plutit OB 9- paying basis. President Wood, "who. has returned from .Utah, has biei working hard amongst tha.-Monnon people of the south coun try in an effort to have, them go extensively for dairying. But he thinka quite a.high estimate of the amount of milk required. In Utah, ne says, condensers are being operat- ed EUccesitully wllh 2000 gallons a day Of course stations are part of an organized system extending all through the. state. 3WINARTON TO PRESIDENT. AVa, meeting of the directors of tho Brewing Malting Co., held a'. Blair- more, J. Swlnartbn of the Empire Hotel, Macleod, was elected president, R. of Pjncher Creek, vice- preflident, Cclln Macleod secret- ary: 'The 'appointment of a manager ins not yet been decided upon. Mao- ufacturlng operations will begin early neit weeV. semi-bituminous and reserves: Anthraclto, ,6ns; bituminous, tons; sub-bituminous and lignites, 5.13C.OOO, 000 tons. reserves: Anthra lfe tons; bituminous, 210 tons; semi-bitumlrious and llg nltes Xorthweat r stalled tho recreation rooms and nur- to employees, at very email coet, and shower bath.rooms. The management frmnklr that tna innovalion in rubnlng i- fiwjl- ory aloag these linea was iristUutcd as rntfch as a-purely as for humanitarian reuong. of the factory, 'deoitrw" that since' tie new building erected. the company.hag turned out a plater ctaantlly.of far-better vorlimanBlilp .than It ever1 did before Jn length1'of looked at from a "strictly business standpoint, the syBtern IE. a suocesi." HAIRTTONIC DRINK PROVES FATAL. :IJTemerton, 'Wash., Oct. 16. From the damaging disclosures tbat sery following the" adoption" by the arlnktug what IB popnlary known directors, of Ihe provincial constitu- the factipry are .charged cents a principal ingredient, and which he had clay 'for leaving' their .babiea In. the mixed on board ship, Oscar McHer. 35 years old, a seaman oh the United States steamer Raleigh, died at the yesterday admitted In the. Supreme nursery, which is in' charge o Court tbat he had been unduly elect- lent professional nurses and Is equ by reason erf the corrupt acts of petl .with- every facility -for tho cftrS of steamer died "at the nava! his agents and resigned his scat. naval hospital, after suffering agonies, at home -with safety. .Meiler hud been in tho navy nearly four years, lila enlistment 'expiring of tho model are a lunchroom portant C.P.R. divisional point. where nourishing hot lunches are sold Notice where the Sask-alta.direct draft damper'' 's necessity of leaning OVCT a hot stove to operate this damper, Also.obscTve the convenient location of the (lite clean-out door. The convenience of these two features indicate the care that been used to make the Sask-altaan easyfi range towork "woman appreciates. Ask your dealer tof explain these and many other exclusive fcaturcs on >our new range SOLD IN LETJIHUIDOB BY THE STAFi'OKD- AGXEW CO.