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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 1917 TllE From Our Own Correspondent Piucher tho storm OQ Friday last Miss Kva Smith nnd her who were en their about twelve miles ot suffered a severe After the lightning JUchard veas uuconscious for somo but on recovering t look Mm quite a tlrao to revive hs As as she able bo brought her to tovm and Blie is now almost en Ucely recovered from tho of Pincher Bold a bunch of cattle quite recently Burns one of which a twentyeight monthsold steer w tipped tho scales at Tho animal was of tho B manager of Burns store B la led that he was tho finest specimen for his ago he has every Been raised In this dls IrlcU Fred Pelletler has again this year i large acreage of timothy cut for Many other farmers hove also end still more are planning to seed down whole quarter Martin and have beenvisiting in have returned to their homo In Kelly of tho was a visitor irilh Ills hero ho dM not overlook tho opportunity to UAG n jaunt up the river to his old favorite ftfililng pool Montague Clements and chil of Calgary i are iho guests of ond Harry While Clements is renewing this having been her girlhood Arclife McLean was a visitor to Ms ranch at Flshburu on JIe motored to Lclhbridge stampede on who hag received in to secure ten head of horses for the has done and the animals are awaiting inspec tion by Major McDonald at the War nock Miss Lottie secretary to his honor Lake of Sas Is visiting with her bro and Ufs She leave lor thecoast on In an Interview with one ot our local coal dealers we find to our de light that we oi the Pincher Creek district need no uneasiness in regards to our winter coal ii Christie and Link mines areto be run fully manned and hope to put out more coal than Miss Leslieand who have spent the feummejr w111 leave on Thurs day evening for MI as Shear left on Monday evening Medicine Hat where she will spend hertvr6 weeks vacation MILADI s PHONE ISZ4 Ainsworth and family have returned from Waterloo Miss Held from Sllton Mission Li visiting Commissioner ot Is the guest of Penae father at the i i Tom Burnett Is in the city from Bellevue slaying with his Ma jor Ross ot motored to the city and Is the guest ol and aad CJalbrailh and family loft this afternoon for the Miss nita Gillies of New jVcslmius is spendtnga few days with Misses Bessie and Nellie and Adolphson left this morning for Minneapolis where they will visit Tainter of Medicine formerly of this has loft oa extended trip to Peace River PattoTand daughter of are stampede visitors In tho city and axe the guesls of Miss Tlt uess o and Henderson ot Bow and Moncrieff and Miss Hender son of are the guests ot and Henderson during the On 13th at the Evangelical Miss Mary Elizabeth of was united in marriage to Ernest ot Golding Miss Ethel Mageo of act ed as and Hay Carter supported the and James parents ot tbo were present to witness tlie Tho bride looked charming in her dainty white dress and Tho young couple will their home at Miss Bessie llolman ol has been transferred to tho local branch of Itio Royal George Morgan and family have returned Irom a months holiday at Calgary and Major and of CONSIDER PROPOSALS Benc iictV peace proposal has hot received hy the retary Lansing said the summary as published by the Associated Press was in accord with the unof icial outline ho There Is no change la the first Im that the allies certainly regret the proposal in its present form endprobably refuse to consider it at is a growing probability thai jVmaStins clear to the world their refusal they restate their war ome Idea of the profits of the better h New York restaurants liar be gained from the tact that owner of tho famous restaurant which bears his is bsing sued for over two million dol lars for breaking an agreement to his last AiiehorDoiuilrtson Line CanadTan Service pomfori and Large Modern Prepaid Tickets Issued at Full intonnallon rom any or or Gen 449 Phont M 632 PO Oranvllle 31S5 are staying with Kanes Tinning of form erly manager ot tho Uniou Hank in this Is hero for a lew i Lear lit and who are spending the summer at Watertou are iu the city for a few Mfsses Josle and Eva Snitth of Pin eher are ilio guests of their 1arfitt during stampede Misses Eileen McCar Doris Violet Johnson of Spring are staying with Miss Lucite Horspool during the 4 s 4 In tho Western Canada Hard Courts Tennis tournament being held at Win formerly ot won the ladies and with Holmes is in the semifinal of the mixed The marriage Allck of the Royal Field formerly ot and Miss Marian daughter of Captain and of took place Tuesdayat Croston the county seat ot Douglas brother of Lieuten ant The first day of the three lag days being held during the stampede iu aid of the Red Cross resulted in 5830 being collected by Ihe ladles Jor the principal down town cor ners are being manned all day and in the while taggera dressed as iled Cross nurses are out at the stam pede Yesterday a small Red Cross was sold as a tag and today a small button alRed Cross on it is being while jmorrowthere will be a different Tea Is being served to tlie taggers at the Red Cross where all returns are being DAILY HERALD T PAGE SEVEN Puts Proposal Up to to Reclaim Acres For Veterans The original genuine treat ment for chronic diseases and nerVout for free topy of Universal Gultft to board ot trade is taking up with ths national service board of as well as he provincial very rorn forproviding em lojfmeot for returned soldiers f when provide also an ideal location under most condiUone for thoso of the veterans who care to follow as riculturo as an afterwar Briefly stated Iho proposition Is to reclaim acres of land in Kool enay River employing returned men on tho vork and allowing such of them as care to attempt agriculture tracts of the reclaimed land adjoining each so as enable tho government put into practical effect the returned soldier farm colony The schcmo Is one unique In its being tho uncovering from flood waters of a big Inland delta of richest alluvial deposit brought down by River and formed at tho southern Kootenay Lake 1 ho Kootenay withits tribu draining the whole of tho wea tern slopes of the Rocky Mountains and Iho Sclliifk after a bold sweep southward running Into the as far as Bonners from that point turns directly north again to and Root enay At tho same time tho Lar do rirer and others rtm into the lake at the other end and lhecombined vol lime of waler pasaes out toward tho centre ot Ihe lako by a passage callec the West HVa the stroke of a glgnnllc fast Nelson ant Bonnlnglon Falls to Join the Columbia Tho oullot of tha how In sizethat ii la unablo to cope with the enormous vol umo of water every spring rush DS down from the molting snows o this vast with tho rcsul lhat Koofenny Lake itself is formed for time Inlo an Inland sea raising Its level during Juno and Julj nt Umcs 20 feet nbovo lls norms When thin takes place tht Kootenay niver meets this floodtide at Us entrnnco to the heavily la don with oarlhy matter from tho moun them a film o fertility whichIn the un known geological tlmo has become a bod a hundred feet lit depth ot richest The scheme has solely to do wllh he enlarging ot tho lakes In 1913a preliminary surrey was made by Engineer who in reported favorably on tlio bul naked for a more thor ough examination fh6 wholo before nnaf With tho outbreak o the war the neiC the scheme for the time American engi neers have also spent two seasons on he work and their made public about two months was strongiy nfavor ot the workbeing proceeded the estimated cost being a little ivcr The fertility of the soil has been In years when the snowfall s there i3 no these ands readily 100 uusnels 65 bushels of wheat and 15 tons of potatoes to Including the daho arei almost acres would be and that slate is pledg ed to pay Its pro rata per acre cost of the The land is in one of the olflertet ed parts of alreadysup plied with ho C educatfonat facilities and every with railway by irows Nest has good high so that the prov would be at no expense In provid ing rue bench lanjl surround ing this tobereclaimed area are one of the finest fruit areas in all climate Is It is figured lhat these reclaimed lands would be cap able of carrying to head of dairy slock when laid down to pas NEW DAYTON From Our Own New Triggs returned from Edmonton and McCallum return ed home from Ranff Tho Itcd Cross commiltee took in 52G vho has been quite HI lor tho past three Is doing nicely now and is expected week from the JltssUose Marie Schill and hfoth Waller and Joe accompanied hy and Albert mot ored to Lethbridce Sunday to gee On Wednesday and Diwll and Mataon molored to Lelh and John Cress had for their Sunday and Mrs John Kenlz and Olo Wood called at tho Welsh ranch Miss Sarah Kcssler called on pcna Morilcal Rlchea had a very narrow escape from being perhaps seriously Saturday nfterncon when sho hatidriven about halfa hillo from New rayton aho mcf which frightened tho causing the buggy loupael and throwing her and Ollbert are enfertaln ing company this Miss Catherine tehlll spent the weekend wllh homo Fry enterlalned and Mrs Duncan and Ross Fisher enter tnlned company this Mfas Nina Morelanil is HI and In the Ixslhhrldgo hospital for treat On annlTCrsarjr of the baitle ol tho September ac cording to an announcement by Tau a wrought In pure gold will be presented to Marshal at by a representative Ameri to The Ayritho represents two rowided by a cluster of oak There are many worthwhile Savings in this Special List Special Selling of Trunks and Suitcases 2 All Leather Fitted Suit Cases 24 Inch heavy brass fittiugs and strong Well worth t19 Cft Special to Heavy Brass ISouml Canvas Trunks with Size 34 Size 3 Size 38 Fibre Covered Suit Cases t With Btraps and leather 21 2G Canvas Covered Trunk Heavy brass corners and strongly elated and leather straps and Size 36 Ladies Lr wish to select a New Fall Silk a Beautiful a Rich Fur Coat or Fur or a Handsome New Cloth you will find at the Bay Store a magnificent showing that gives a varied All these are direct from and are the latest styles that will prevail this Ladies and nnd Royal Worcester Corsets All Uroken fl JQ Values for Ladies Silk Waists Hemstitched and lace in while Regular Special AH All Silk Waists Fine handsome AII to nn Ladies House Dresses In good quality Special prices and Ladies TaflatLuc Under skirts In Ai Ladies Muslin Waists Black and white and plain AH Ai Dry Goods and Fancy Goods at Special Prices 1000 yds Itlaek and white 27 last i Per 12140 Black Sateen 30 very soft and Special for dress Reg ular G5c a yard A C t per 100 Tweed DressGoods Black ITose out 25c Soap 40 inches 300 PairwLailies 8Aito ih ineiiiura and Regular 0c for Per WillianifS Shaving Regular For Per POCKET MIRROR Incase PIG SKIN CHANGE CASE COLOLEAD PENCILS 2 SHAVING BRUSHES or Moth Brushes CREPE Per 11611 3 Inch Hair Ribbon All silk in many I n Per Laundry Bugs In nf t r 2 sizes DUC Liiicn Glass Towels With ited or i r1 Terry Ejvtli Towels fh natural color with red nr Per pair POLISHED WIRE HAIR PINS Bostqn PlayingCards Solid Lcatlier Wallet and Card Each nOc 5c TERRY FACE CLOTHS NAIL BRUSHES or Vegetable lirushps DELASHAYE FRENCH POCKET COMBS Barber PERFUME SELECT 5c WeekEnd Grocery List Fruit per ner Best Jaiiiiii 3 for Good Quality I Pine 10 2 Oatmeal in 2 tins Donalco per tin SQaiVj G bars in Rogers Syrup quart Special Rogers o tins Toilet cakes Ammonia Special 2 Equal Special tin Laundry 5 cakes SPECIAL FOB STAMPEDE Neck vrllh Also British Flag Handkerchiefs with Bulldog Photo as Each 59c Weekend Special List of Mens Wear Mens Medium Weight Wool Sox per pair 40c MENS NEGLIGEE Plain assorted Regular to MENS LIGHT WEIGHT WOOL PULLOVER V A and OQ MENS WORK Large QnA of good strong i MENS HEAVY WOOLi SWEATERS In assorted colors of MENS HATS Of good quality felt In Fedora and Brunswick Regular Mens Light Value Special MENS COWBOY The Slctson Bis Special MENS GLOVES Mado of Buckskin Pickers Mens 25c 25c 25e 40c 25c 15c 45c 25c These Boot Values are and a Visit to the Bay will be very MENS SEMI DRESS BOOTS Mens Cox Calf Blucher and liulton wide with a medium heavy viscolued sewn and pegged f J Sizes 0 to MENS DRESS BOOTS Mpri GanmeUl and hlocl Sizes 0 to Very dressy for street CC art Mens Week MINERS Miners with or without hob and heavy leather reinforced Sires 5 to QQ Mens BCvOTS Mens heavy Tan Calf Dlucher with a heavy vfscolfsed Thta boot is made to stand the hardest J JQ of Mens ELDERLY LADIES BOOTS f Ladies Dongola In with patent leather low heels and extra wide ankle In K E A very comfort able hut dressy Sizes 3 to AJ CJA LADIESDRIiSS BOOTS r Patent Leather Qultori with kid plain vamp with Cuban D Very drossy for j WA test Spcclhl LADIES FANCY STREET BOOTS Ladles fancy slrcet boots with latent leather plain Cuban heel with a black and while Shcppivds plaid CA cloth Very s hu itro ECOKomsra i THE PtOPLg ttunvrt i t i nmmact ;