Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRIDAY.'AUGUST 13, 1915 THIS LET HI) RIDGE DAILY H E R A L 1> PAGE FIVE FOR YOUR SUNDAY TENNIS COUR1S OF A t FEE! DEEP Kollmvinc; (be rrpnri thai ;in aiir plane hud iit Tursil.iv ini'jji ami that (ieriiiuii oHii-cr livim; UKTC had Tempting Assortment of COOKED MEATS Very Choice SPRING CHICKEN If You Prefer Something Else We Have It If It's Seasonable DELANYS LIMITED PHONE 452 should apply. The insertion of a new name for a "portion of a well de.lined drainiiiie channel'would be a mistake. In addition, the names in designated an error fur ".Stomach." These streams are only roughly indicated and are- evidently from Indian report only. From this date to about 1858, his map remained a standard for this area and .was reproduced into iiiiinei- 011 s other maps and in new editions of Ms Jtrst map. One issued in IfJ.'M by Baldwin and Uraddodf shtiws large southern branch called "Moo- roowans river." This is a Ulackioot word moaning belly. The next exploration of importance was during the 1'allisrr expedition, KSiw-lHJ, sent out by the British gov- ernment. Lieut. Blaki.ston of this 'ex- Ihc gard ran be greatly .lessened by some of existini; names and, map of Ififjl, the western branch or Hlakiston's iiclly river is changed to Old Man river. This change is no dmiU due to the discovrry that Blak- istoti was misinformed piTtrd the position of iiiiowii to tfic wans. As a demonstration ton's river is the DawHon in hi; "gap" ihroiigJi been niiKKing and liave toft in itetl Slates, it- w. "German him t founilnUoir for guns. This concrete in depth, 1 ago by a Hern covered over a court. The siiimi Soulangcs canal that vicinity. Tht reported to tin- wa. The latest, urn! mithenlicatud rcjii airship rcconnai.v ity of Montreal n giiay, where on 'I II o'clock, a xror aeroplane sail sn jioiirifl bask tits Tot1.. LEMON'S; fancy Cali- fornia; per dozou PKARS; fine eating; :i pounds for 25c 35e Per pound OANTALOITF'BS Two for I'er pound CORN; local; Per dozen. C.; H. Per superstitions the aeroplane was in the neighbor- hood from StJS until after 1 o'clock, when, the signals were beard. When it ascended again it disappeared. Several reports have already been received from inielligeiice ofiiccrs sent out to look into the continued in his description of the physical rumors of aircraft. Little dsfinite in- cliaracters of ihc region he draws at- formation has as yet lei'ti c.stablish- tention to the east-and-xvcst. drain-j ed, hut'it is believed tliat suflicient ae.c channel which is marked feature j evidence has-been gatnrrrd to show and says "The Old Man and Belly there is some truth in ihc reports. rivers, with the upper part of South Saskatchewan, occupy tlie cen- tre oi a wide depressed area, which runs across the entire district with en Wax; pounds foi TO.MATOKS; fancy -hot house; 2 pounds for.. CAULIFLOWER: J.argp whit ft head POTATOES; IS pounds for CORN, PEAS BEAN'S Per tin TOMATOES; :i tins for TEA; Kerr's Special, extra fine Per pound n. o. SOAP; 2 cartons for IVORY SOAP; 11 cakes for PELS-NAPTHA SOAP 10 cakes for 15c 25c 5c 25c 30c 25c 10e 25c 1Qc 35c tra fine 4Dc 45c 50e 70c son'; Per pat-kane KMUKDDEI) 1IISCT1TS; Tltlsr.lTr: for COHX FLAKES; ;j i'or WIIKAT for 1'er 4r> and. Ijacki 4c 25c 25c 25o asc 55c 25c IIACOX; fancy Per pound HAM: Swift's Premium, bon and sliced; Per pound OX TOXCt'K: sliced; Per pound r.oOKKI) HAM; Per pound CHKKSK; finest On- tario; 2 lor McConocliie's 30c 65c 35c 45c 32c PICKLES; .Mixed, re? On sale CATSUP; E. D. Smith; Price each FLY PAPER; four double sheets for EVA I'D RATED APPLES; 2 pounds for PRUNES; fresh stock; 2 pounds for SWEET POTATOES; Size three, each PORK AND DEANS tins for COFFEE; Mocha and Java extra fine blend; Per pound AMIMO.N'IA POWDER; 2 packages for 35e 2Qc 25c Java in 50c 25e LYE-- Per tin PICKLES Lihby's Chow Cliovv; per quart...... Lobby's S-.veet Mixed; Per quart Libby's Sweet Gerkins Per dozen 1THITV ROLLED OATS; per paekafi HKOWN' POLSON'S Corn Klcmr CBLLULOII) STARCH for COWAN'S BREAK- EAST COCOA in glass. ClilSCO Oil sale.............. CANADA FIRST MILK liaby size TOILET SOAP S cakes for PURE OLIVE OIL SOAP; 5 cakes HARTLEY'S lolly .Mar- malade. '1 lid glass CHOCOLATES; Fancy .Mixed, per pound BISCUITS; imported fancy mixed, pound HORSE RADISH; Home made McLaren's MUSTARD On sale BENGAL CHUTNEY; Reg. 50c; nn sale George Washington OOFF-BE; per tin PICKLES; Libby's Sweet. -Mixed SALAD DRESSING; Libby's 40c 40c 18c t27c 16c ,25c 25c 5c 25c 30c 32e 40c lOc 35c 75c 23c 25c Phone 1453 313 5th St. S. Prompt Delivery to all parts of the City A Trial Order Solicited a course a few decrees north of east. This important feature originated at the mountains precisely opposite the remarkable gap in the Falaozoic rocks of outer ranges less due to some botli general are doubt- skuctural circumstance not yet definitely, ascer- tajned." The 'northwest branch is the most !n Vicinity of Canals Tn fact, it is believed that the place of origin of these aerial visits has been located, somewhere across the boundary. But why they should be coming to Canada .and so persistent- ly visit-ing tiie neighborhood of the canals and locks is a question that is puzzling military mithorities respon- sible for the security of all public works in the Tt is believed by some officers that important of the streams forming the itllesc aeropianrs no Old Man river. Similarly, of those i Wltn th 'uniting Lo form tlie Helly htfcow old I Fort Kipp, the upper ilelly carries i j the least stream although I its valley is wide and well cxcavat- cd. e objccl of this district, nri thai, there is a plan uack of it sympathizers later on Jon-b, Which? If you prefer to be the lady to the right, Phone for Quaker Bread Just as good as Ihc Best Home. Made, and Moro Economical.' Gilmore, The Baker Phones 378 and 1027 fiuence with the Old Jlan about1 JO miles northwest of Letlibridge, arc not Keif-evident. At the confluence, the Old Man carries from 50 to 75 i per cent, more water than the Belly and its course from that point to tjie foothills is approximately in the .same direction as the river he-low the confluence. Respecting the lack of euphony of the. name "Belly" there j can only be one opinion and it imli- j cates the advisability of an atijust-1 ment which will (i) Define more clearly the relative importance of each branch and, (2) Eliminating, this name, so far as historical rela- tions will permit. The Executive Committee, therefore, recommend (M That, the name. "Old Aliin" be applied to the channel occupied in its i upper part by the present Old Man river and that it be also applied down stream lo the junction with the I3ow river, (3) That the name "Belly" be ap- plied only to the portion of ihc stream now known by that name be- tween its source in Montana and its junction with the Old Man river about 10 miles north-west of Lethbridge. locks Ulr Mormon thr s ever whil closing the canals or cirso getting out the armies arc at the front; as munitions. Seen Over Quebec City On top of the reports from several places in Ontario and Quebec prov- inces that air craft arc continually passing through afc niRlit, there came a dispatch from Quebec to the eficct that aeroplanes have been seen over that city and the surrounding dis- trict lately, and adding that "fully credible persons have seen them man- oeuvring over the citadel, the Plains of Abraham and the harbor. The military authorities do not deny the appearance of the airships, -though they state they have not been advis- ed officially of their visits, the dis- patch adds. them, last night. The commission j sion, and denied the trustees use of appointed by the Ontario government the room. An injunction will tie to control the schools is in posses-1 asked. KILLED BY FALL FROM PLANE Fort Ok'la.. Aug. master Captain George H. Knox of the first aero squadron. United States army, was killed, and Lieut. R. R. Sutton, his aide, probably was fatal- ly injured, today, when an aeroplane in which they were flying fell mean feet. The squadron has just been transferred from California. SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS AT OTTAWA SHUT, OUT Ottawa. Out., Aug. of the old Separate. 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The literature is thought j to be the work of German agents in the United States. Packet of WlLSOfT'S 'win KILL THAN OF STICK Yfiy !ncs'_ freighter Alexandria, from Montreal .to Fort William, in one of Hit' woi-Rt. storms in the history of Lake Ontario Canadian Steamship lines: (reigiuer Aiexanuna, rrom Aionireai ,w fon wiiiiam, with package freight for western Canada, was driven ashore on famous .Scarboro Bluffs at Toronto3 front door lor several hours 'while the vessel was breaking to pieces in the storm the sailors' lives were despaired of. through the bravery of farmers on fine shore a lite line got to the stoamer a ml.'in the darkness all were taken off. Abovo arc cloven of the photographed a few hours after the accident Back llwbert Law, George Lovcll, Frank I'urdull, William Kennedy. Front Scmcr led Gibbs, P Dm all, U O Rourkc, J Hickoy, J Riley, T, U11U.