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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, July 1913 THE DAILY HERALD Page 9 mm WATERTON LAKES, s A SPOT Nestling Where Nature' Retains Primeval Loveliness, it a ChaiBinji Place tor Camp Life does thte work of (Bf Mas MoD.) The Canadlaan RocHes, abore all uro pre-emt- Brotly; fitted tor rapidly growing So'-tqs'JaYof. oral! because thore. Is so :muca to see that is InterMting novel and MllarallDg. Dlwt if bo JfpB tli'a. turrioll tor jon be' imrjefiad w nsre? Mate with mightiness oi nature; id too feebleness and HeetlngMSJ, humanity. "Aid "alt thin can Wit be clone'arcay rom the' Ignoblo triCe." Man's "bonds hire taade It veil nigh liuyosslble to too nature n all hsr beauty. Tbo bills have ions ._...... and in aature'ln all her .tcwexini' and, flit te'r- [EC.tlatltra; canoaa, pIctureiQue uvounlifa laiei'and tarni. valleys Jaid enchiating streams. r There -are BBJeral reasons Thy people go tho most economical bf Na_ lure, supplies most of the essentials In fire 'and and fruit- There" fresh air, change.ot sceiery; and lea uliful rest fretiuehtly'make the doc tor-lose a. Camping; ha ceased' to hardship oldest arid youngci't ma'y enjoyltt. >eon puted doirn, rorsds hiYb'been jullt; railway coaches drop tho tourist n. resorts; where jifopla must b'e dreised all'.the ast great mountain pass In adlan Rockies Is alone left in which :o nature In her primal lovelj Hire rjihiur torrtM with _ Iti Jcols, aud i 'eipanw 'ct IhQ lonely tlver. For Lake trout all-tie USes In the I the-height o! land, is an laogleis paradise.'. Fish cwce-out as is't as the line-can be thrown. In 'ass'.Creek, smaller trlbu- irles brook' .trout, are. to t a, found n great while the Water- on river' which" empties the likes. aKy y'.elSs strlss" of various oils.' 'Winter fishing thro'Jgh the ce Is engaged In by ihe settlers near tip likes, ami an Industry on a small establish td. Tjte Rocky mpuulaica continue to Uriel' hunters from all parts of tho 'If tie rave and unusual in experience Is desired the after novelty not be dls- Kestled In the Bouth Kobtsna Pass, .in the south -Tvest cofne of Alberta, touoiinp south "e'asj dipping domain i' .Tour i >'plac era British Ooiumlla, end down" to Uncle SIDI'S aie Waterton IAos lets have'not made .liem call teciuso they are notVeas; of" access. And. this lies thbir charm. They from .everything -arllflci In her bald-loveliness Is hefi. The MARKET HOVERING ROUND THE EIGHTY MARK SO COUN- CIL SITS, TIGHT appointed In the rtfion of the Vrtoa" Lakes. -The Tuln Dulte eec- ion of Southern. .Alberta, which Is ad- liiceif to the lakes, Is one of tha Ijeit'plawa for sheep, anil ni'jls iicr. jJoose are not scarce, and three grizzly, black 'plentiful. aad n- Eheeii are today considered th> most valued oV ''wid'e'tpreadlng horns The.Big _____ ___Bighorn Is found timber' on- the mountain side what tested true ho -wenched the o! a grizzly "4 1 r, lils neck as 'i v 1 .t1 "'dphy of the chase. Er- i ijwerful, Quick and Id rf at almost i: the grizzly 'iisrry lor any sporls- ..e {Ind'.Wai, solitary cre- and-foots -His fur'ln f trophy.. .-.ninji'and fcotbillB .adja extending Into the piss wolres.i-lle poweriu .tayt'.In the limber and Eettlcrs any, Iron It required much coailug much to gather a quorum to- gether for the special netting of thii council last evening, but about nine o'clock this was accomplished. Financial matters the first ou the list, and City Bollclior Ball instructed to prepare all declarations, 6to., to go forward at cnce v-ith the, bylaws recently passed for J3C2.SO; to SlesErs. Clirk and Swatcy, ioUcltors, Tflfonlo----- P. Tracy setting forth i'e proposed rentals for Brace In the power to lack of Information about the matter, It was referred to the Industrial committee for -eport Tho lender of the Western Canada' Agency for 2500 feet of and 5- inch plpa accepted.- This pice is to be used -to InsUl water the nerJ national Co. building and to the Terril'i Floral- Co.- new' Kreen- houses in N'orth'Lethbrldge.- ConEideralloniot-the'capital expen- diture estimates for'.J913 was tho mnln matter tho'-'mtDtlng There's no fuss or bother about getting "Kellogg's Toasted; dorri Flakes in the house.' Always ready to nutritious. Sold by all. Grocers :at lOc'.the package. signature. CORNFLAKES .CAMRINO-AT- WATERTON LAK ES James Edmund Jones, In his work, "Camping' mentions many things'.that camping1 gives' to one. Here aro a "Manlier' heart 1 an'a -'loQgh'ef. mlis- ranges of apnallng and emerald lakes and Tushlyg 1 clear pure water; the bat- oft" ohscure -Uie the resllng plaocs' and -and; pervaded by trje .cleaj. 'leclric atmosphere; tho hours thore, Is a b In Lyn'x.comes o'Jt i was These estimates have leon tindled- about since hey'were first tabled in March that ha had trouble In finding heir copies. The amount-of the es-. Imates which'-were under consldera- loa was -This for'a filtration plant and for> ISth-itnel subway. The lat- ;cr has already been piased and Heforo estimates were considered a reprewnlr.Hre p! the Bilmson Co., bond addressed- the. council intlmillns'that no bond houie would care to buy bonds now'lunless they would yield mean celling 5% hoods at Vhlch is nine'points' io'wsr than 'the', last This .ratlier fflihjen'td t'ii'e'aldermen or.y.-iratm uas uuu and every Item-wts considered from ha'caf family, 'it's feel" the point of vleV.of and tufted, and "f-. Tl r the esti i l c i' wlth-Tvaterwork I -slde- o whlch_ECdie Is for. local Im pTovements. i.- In'tho end wa dOr I. f I '..I i. R.I fc1 -V i cil ndjourned wilhout passing fany fur- ther estimates, A meeting wi I likely be held some aftoraopn. neit -week hen further progreis bft made, Durlni'tbs dlscusilon It i leara- d that old sewer for the jouth part of. the cltyf Ii ]ank and uili-yjarSj if usefulness. ;The city1 englmer 'was' n s trqc I ed "to maka'j nveitlgatkiis'i and. irinc In recommecdatlo'njs asAtpjthe lest pIpaMo J -f Th'e' country IB not v' Style JELLY GLASSEfi 75c per dozen KIRKHAM pulled oft'.and in :aten, Judging' from the HVank, Alia, July fourl ond fire hundred people" "f ro'm ,-ISthy bridge. Cardsloii; Raymond, Pincher and other points along.tbJj Une plcnjc BlBirmore about brtaj-- ing a jolly en barring aigood time end a day's _ lay was an.fdearojiB-tor iporta Colemaii band 'vat In e' selections "at Intervals the day, turn trlp-at ij-'ji.-'.'; supplied rwlth' feathered be'it.'llel D ._--. 'Mark Cross i. trade. mark iuaritr. ifa .went to MWk- OroM -goods In elvillwd further the ;Hark Croi aa. rnuoa hjt than aay e'll buy it back. in- Steel In Individual --.'l --Made..'frbmj jsatlfically treated; jer- EAOK" GROUNft wholly I'.i.i- 'Tho Iv, iilghtu i caraj> around liearls iong anc The fire -.lot on 911 .clrclp of Ilgii glqojri, ,i pi-foe j li'l' i.. ''f' oVer CAUGHT .AT..THE monnraehU of nature, faff finds tho l-f sing tliolr painters, fall to the subtld shaaPM.ifid the shades' of bga-jiy a oi-tho sunrise, and Wnsfit will 'be a never- endtnV MufSe of' ]4y I -V- to Its llmH.' was :'lhcro a Marit Jlttft ttralfM H th. 'r4 NKtl, manufictuni tfr fa olrf-fathlinW tirfsltcs- of of the world Will appear lain and '.1 'f- such' wealth and such rtf'tGo'etrtsnEOst 'charac- i r i: ie their attrac i'ol jlfelr lack p r iild -r cliffs.'Stand ll. WOIEI CORED i; Wwinen'l; ritfi -from ths tw t.-ejtnttnl .to tfid" c I l-.r I in aMlan Alpine I HAW the way, why 'iWell.'.Mr.'-Roterts; principally because the'Sunshine's' water pan is cerredly 'oyer the fuel dp6r, so that the it is ascends.into Ihe t, ".The air passing thus contains bad for anypne to 'Vlt'parches trie throat, lips-atid It..-excites, .the 'nervous -.Makes "-knowing jvijyj'i' Makes them subject to they go ]out into the _ of but Great -Scott! -.Doctor. You surprise :-me. ne'vendreamt" the pbcing of-a.-water pan in a furnace Was so important.- "And there aie; other features about Me--. Clary s S'unshfne Furnace that are conducive; to. health, Mr, the -Automatic: Gas Dafnper that provides for. We escape of chimney. of pressure in busti'bW chamber becomes too Th.erc; s the "dust-flue, too', away diist'lrpm fal.ling.ashes; '.t.v-____i .mii'li tn rhe. a McCUry mgtal m I yiiur ho glnd lo McClAry's FornacS cipiiin' all I'-convrnient and econoirtiling1 fealurM. 'U ycu'isould like tij'riad th: Sunshine bookld, j K July George ice, minfitef-of agriculture for will send a to the first. 1 harveatcTi.'from the llnited the'British This party the -roKotfTO HAmTOK -'.CALCAfcT'. --J- ;