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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHIMY, AUGUST 30, 1919 THK UvTHWUDGK HERALD, PAGF, NINE AN INTERNATIONAL FISHING EPISODE (Hi DUNCAN' W. JOHNSON) Miuy ctoKef hare been wriltia ebout rlshtaE ID different portiuna of this but vfery lilllo ivritten about flailing la the Varlia ol Canada, Tho reason (or IhU, DO doubt, ja that very few wrlteni have tubed In these or surely man? dories would hero been wrltlw about them e'er tile. I was la LaibbrtCge, In Southern Alberta, a short lime ago. wbllo in Ibo olfico ol the Herald to tlie manager uf tbc puper I mentioned the that 1 would llko to have come good fishing. Its laugh- ed at boyish oigeruesa, but. eYerr mau v.-ho lorts this great emit Is lioy lu spirit. "Oh! You ire a Hibernian ho said. ''Isaac Walton has bis follow- la Uila country as and I am ODD." l In yours "That Bounds good to I replied, as I eank down In Ilie cosy chair I had glvau mc- be gald, "the beat liiMi 1 ever had In niy life was In a dtslrlci Jusl Eevoflly-thrce .miles away froni hero. A [our hour run over good roads briiie you tborc. "Where Is asued eagerly "Ju WatertoQ waa his ifeply. "Thore Is ono great lake there lull of bcautllul troul ani practically overy stream In this park Is n t I will go down there." "1 would like to so, but I am try> laid my Mead. know a low going out Ultra IE his car tonight. Ife will bfl sltd of your, company." Tho tiat J landed In Waterloo. LaVea put that night, put up at JcJin HBHerd's hotel over filjtu early neit' Lake, on of Uic fafresi itretchss of water I ever gated upon lu my Uke crl grccnlEh hues, surrounded an all by a girdle ot wonderful mountains, tiro Wilson and Sheep rrnjes, reaching far down Into Glacier I'ark In the United Slates. Waterton Lake Is an International and Inler-Parlt bite, three miles of it lies within Glider Park o[ ihe Unit- ed Stales, and Ilie balance nine allies In Walerton Lakes Park ot Canada. The morning's iun gleaming 03 greenish vatcr 5ecniod to send a whole, division of beautiful rainbows charging dor.-n the lake. A clear sky and Alberta's lunny iveath. or iticdo our drat trip lo W.tterton Late.1; ono never to be (orffollen. A bluish halo cliujing to Iho pli.naclen ricights of Sofa and Saeep mountains completed as illr a picture na a tish. ennan c'ouid M'lsh to gate upon. 11 was five o'clock In Ihe morning and wo were Uaziard's motor boat. He had volunteered to accompany me BfliJ t'mbusiaalii-eUy, ''That's a com- bination you cannot beat." And so It went thrcuctiou'. too day. Wi cavijht them in Uncle Sam's ter- alta, and all the time we dltpitel uver relative merits at our eaten. Most tie line we disputed over the rel- e uerlii ol our catch. Most o! the time we were loo busy hauling In lo know whether we were in tbi (Jolted ataUii or CtoAda.'bul we tkpulcd Jutl the aami, and inter- to our pleasure. Bach of ui landed our fnola, Ufteen ranting trow two povudi to ten In welfbt- Seventy-fire trout lay In tuo bottom ot the boU John lifted anchor and started borue.- vrard. As boat entirely Into Canadian' water, Slml'KO could- n't resist tbe Itmptillon to lay: "Well, there's no dimbl now the leywlr-fite beaatiM ire now all Can- adlaa ilih." Daalelfon abrtiKged bis for be was really an American at heart. may be he said, "but tbsy are all Iho better llah [or theJr so- journ in Uucle Sam's lerrllory-1 knovr eat my nbuv with a greater TClisb, knowlnc that." And BO will 1." 1 eiclalmed. "Tbb 5 the greatest eiperlenco In my life, orae novel fishing One that 1 Intend to pass on." I And. so brother fisherman Ilie field s open to you. Sometlm? lu your panderings fur sporl meander down o Waterlou leaves Park, and feel be Joy and thrill of such an r- ence. St> Many Distinguished Visitors Have There, Why Not Prince Also (Fran Cur Ova Asg. Zi.-Coaldale is receiving so Luucb unsolicited public- Ity these days that tlie local fcrlbe feel? that bin eflDin are becoming al The iiublk- already Industrial Commls- stream. It is Just N'orth of Glacier I bring.Carl IhnleUon th'o Xatioml Park-of tbo United Slat" greatest fisherman In these parts, and many have already ,-erc on' ollr Hav Danlelson discovered that the [lEnlnE IB riehtns spot! H led us down (hero. too. and also you will Iho to Doundary CreeV. Here John 5lop- ppoplo of Iho prairies there. I know j fnmllied on Ihe prairies near Cardston j "Xow." he eaid with c. roaring and Plnchcr who never miss a "cne o[ the boat Is In Iwayj return pnri for fishiny and lioine wllh tlis'r full quota of ftsli." "1 hare a few days lo I said onthuslastlcally, "and If 1 can find a Gone no ooe 1 .Ibem oat hc'o Ijttt them, liat nctoir eairj They nre jail vatljfletl wilb tie better ahite Uiit moil tuperSuoug. inoiv, that the slon, tbo delegation, Ihe journalists coaventinn, and the oila- Ister of Interior, all recently visited Coildale. 11 almost seems that this year Lelhbridge visitors treated to Coaldalc or noUilcig. apprec- iate the attentions and puuliclry and It the chining example ol Coaldale succeeds In brinElng irrigation and prosperity to other districts. Ibis dii- IrlcL will with Ihe fortunate ncs. We bellevo tlic Prince of Wales would! llko to see the CoHldalo dis. Irlct. This IE Just a bint. Your correspondent heard tho mln islcr ol tba interior speak on Wcdnea day night. It seems lo us tbal in roos ot bis speech he was beating a dcac horse. Whal'a dismal pictoro of poss Ible Increase in Dominion taxation drew. And yet one transparent lac' c.-iming year will be Mr. D J. Scho- j field. M.A., princifal, assisted by Ulii Macdonald and ber sister, with Miss I'oune ot and Miss Mc- jtmibu of Medicine llat. A filtb Is being provided by laViug over Iho old school house again and needed Improvements arc uuw being carried out. Whttf Yielding 2S Buih. Threshing Is in full iwlne Most of th9 wheat yields so far are about !5 bushels por acre. This average, It Is eipectwl will bn In- creased as the season advances. Tbe Cpaldale Veterans are planning 10 organise a branch of the G. V. A. here. Mr, and tin. Pemas ire occupying the old Suzgltt ho'jie across from the J. B. Sblmet is bnlHine a new hay rsrehouse on tne site of the old blacksmith Bhop. year the bay had to be piled In the open so luat new warehouse will meet a much felt want. Harry Proudly's house non- well un-ier way and should aoon bo reacly Hogtr Lund's store and residence is ia the United Slates and the other half la lu Walerloii ,akos I'ark In Canada." "Ily I eiclalined. "Tliis Is a novel eiuerlenco.' I wonder whic-1 country we will catch our first fish We cast flic's ctserly, 5'J'J John shou'ed of e.Tclloiaenl "Hy hb'cried. "That was a good Anvcricf-u Confound H! am sorry 1 rniisci] In s moment my friend Simpson o l.elbbridgs sot WE elrike, and with skilful a fine S-pound trout. "Tbtl'6 a fine Canadian." ho shouU erl, 03 ho threw1 it into Uio bottom o! the boat. "Not laughed Danlelson. "That felloiv was half In Canada end half the United Statee. You were fish- ing right In line with the boundary line. See II up there? We glancerl up the boundary line and sure enough the peat showed lhal our boat M-as half In Uncle Sam'B ter- ritory and "halt in Canada, and Simp son had been fishing right on Ihe boundary. "HB'H narl Canuck -and part Yan- said. John. "All the better cried Slmjr [no soldiers were employed in tba [operations, peadleioji testified. the ox'-epllou oJ mites ol railroad, to construction vas undoiUkeu by Hie government and when the opera- Itoni cloBLxi the ACTernment had no equipment or projwriiea on Ju bands lo dispose of. he wid. According to figures produced by: PendJeton, airplane lumber -vrai pro duccd more cheaply tor the Car-idlan ecvtmmecit Uifln for the UnlLod Stiles government by this pun. Produced It At Lower Cost And Without Making Use of Soldiers s being imahed wilh all specil and be ready anr day. The MacKarland Hardware IB now open tor business. We hear rumor? of a new grocery store to bo built shortly. The baseball girls held a dance in (tollman's bam last night. We have ro further details tia RO to AE (o the school ciams we congrat- ulate Grade VIII and sympathize with erade X. Sunday, Sept. will ha observed as Labor Surd ay at the United Church services to be lield in llio school as- sembly hall at 3 p.ra, There will be special music and a suitable address. One condition only imposed on the nen ?rho attend. Do uol wear a white R. de ou Us logging and limber lu duslry (or Us airplane prwincUon, procured feel of alr-( piano 1-jr.iher betwten April and N'o t veinber. Frank n. PendJeton, lor-j mcr supcrhittndenl of aircraft, pro- ducilou for ihe Canadian govarnmeui, told ihc members ol the congressional sub-committee Investigating alrcralt! spruce here PeiuUelon Is a resident ol Kverell. Wash., and the committee proposed trip lo Ihe Toledo spruce siria 10 liear his loEiiiuocy loday. which was intended to show thai the Canadian system was suporior lo ihat employed by liie L'niled S la tea Would XM ralee.y away your. own bonor to repay woman tor SUT- Inp the man you loved from a mur- derer's late? See Alice Joyce as Afinio Sands in "Tbe Third Degree." Al <'olontal Monday. govern mi which embarked in the spruce production business I Roth (lie logs and (lie luinlwr for Canadian airplanes ivcro obtained from Ihe loggers and mills on cculracts, and attendance of all hired help and em- ployers of labor In liic district. Turn out, help out, speaJr out. Tats age needs these tilings. The parents of Mr. Den Pan-son re- BOBLone UNION MADE OVERALLS SHIRTS GLOVES ftf was Impresaed by S. S. Dunham, viz. starched collar. It Is labor Sunday, turned to Illinois on Vi'eiluesdny after j Ihat Ihe irrigation projects would I Efforts will be made to secure the full [a most enjoyable visit lo CoaHtle. i .UpWO (Bpeclil lo The Ilerala) I FBRN1K, Aug. Great, expecta- tions ore entertained hero regarding the Labor Day sports which hilled Cor Monday, neiL The oil absorbing Hem on the programme for that day is the game ot scheduled 10 lake place bctu'ccn thn Wrclilfe crack team anrl the boys. thi3-! teams liave played ball before Ferule- audiences, and belli have dt.v pfeyel good ball players. Lctttbrldfrc sport lovers have becu having lively limes with the Wyclltfe boys, rvho Fcem to bo coming to r'err rile with their belts full ot prairie scalps. Thn last gsine player! TVy- cllffo and Fernle s ou the. Wycline grounds when Fernie m-.Id to three runs end made pnc tally them- selves. Waldo Trill be here wllb a slrong leam and seem lo have a [air show with Ihe Wyclfffe boys. The Fcrnio local league wUl 'be ready to challenge a.! comers on Mon- day and (earns from Wardnv, Michel and Blalriuore are to Monday's tournament The local eommlHcc arc at work nol require one cent of government money, either Dominion or provincial. All that Is asked Is that the govern- ment market aud guaranleu the bonds ot tlie irrigation dlstiicls. How this rould Increase taxation in the slight- est degree ordinary mortals fail to SCO? Vilil the Falr Cosldsle. Fair on Sept. 17 and 18 Is llio subject of much comment on all sides. Tlie fair will ba a chalice, for all surronndlng districts lo BOG Irriga- tion first band. On Monday last a pleasant plcnjc parly was bcld at Ihe CoaV Nursery In honor of Mrs, W HoneyBelt. This WES a complete sur- prise to lloneysetl. tlaintj luncb baatcLs were brought and calel picnic stylo on" the lawn. Mra. T. Q. Morton on ehair of those presen., i sented Mrs. Honoysetl wllh a very pretty brooch set with suitable stones.' School Tuesday School will open next Tuesday, Sept. 2nd. The school staff for the preparing Iho -park grounds for the gamea and A.large crowd will he in attendance, fair. 1C- tbe weather remains of the time and JL trouble you can save with this dependable range. No black-leading. The cooking-top ij burnished brighter than steel. Ihe modern duplex type clean the ashes out at a single l-urn. Oven walls. nickeled steel easily cleaned. Balringbecomesa real pleasure when you ha ve thia rmeraDgetoworkwith, Call and etc the Kootcnay. kbotenay Inquire from Local Hardware Dealers. TOURING electric starting and lighting lem, 47M.80 F.O.B. Ford, Ont. eliatric ilircng and liglillni syitsm and rirrie, F.O.B. Ford Onl. eitctric starting S700.QO, F.O.B. Ford.'Ont. electric stardrij'and lijMlng: lyitem .demountable F.O.B, Fcrd Ont, EtECTR.IC CTADTtilf1 I irilTIMP CARTING and LIGHTING FORD STARTING AND Lighting System establishes a new standard of electrical equipment. It is not an experiment but the complete result of years of intensive engineering effort to create the best, simplest, lightest and most dependable system for the Ford car. Leading automotive engineers voice the opinion that it rightfully takes its place as the foremost product of its the finest equipment the industry produces! DRIVE IT AND SEE PHONE 633 FOR A DEMONSTRATION GARAGE 12323rd Ave., S. C. C. McCrcery, Lethbridge, AUa. Manager H. E. Proprietor ;