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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETFTBMIDGE HKRALD SATURDAY, SEFTEMBER 14. UP IN rOH tH� ^TtSS', MAN' WliM an Allarlag. wccMtlTa stae* ume it iB. Flnt ioeata it on th� map. Dmrn in SoqUmtb British C�IamMa; due �ontb frDm Slcaaittus. on the vain iiaa-ot tho Caaadlu Pacific Sailwuy; due Booth too trem plctnrea^ue Ver-sob; dae north-from FeBtlcton, la tXim bonndarr countr of British Co-llnisbia. Batwun Vemea aad Fen-^oton lies the lake knoirn Jur Okasa- Okaaacaa la �Hakg �t rax�st baaotr. in a Ua4^^ takw ot rstest iliMitttr. Each moa ot Its leacth a nlte of soeaio IowUbms, each leacne ,at ita bank a leans ot -varied charm. , The Jcmntir ow th� Joa* iwladlns lake 1* a day's jaanier �t IHBigna, iateaat, from the moi^t �t^ ateaatfr ta haageded at OkanaigaB 'JjuMaz tm It tin up tar the algbH la, and a oomfoftahla day ot trarel roQowi u the panorama ot ports paasei br> The natnrs picture la complete. The shinsmerins waters that reflect' eirery paasiog aun ray or carresalne, fleecy cloud, are bordered by green-garbed mountains. At their base rest tier on tier of bench laada that spell rich fortuity, for they bear th� frolts tiiat haT� spread tho fame and name of Okaaaxan for afield. How the eye tfasts on amlUag orchards and vineyards, as the Jnetith feasts on their iQBCioas crapa. Deim the steep slopes come the leashed waters that irrl-IBte when and where irrisstion is needed, the life^Tlnx streams beint: tt^aiaed on tre� and Tina and sardea irtth woniertnl results. jFielda of grain anl patches of Craas asaka a checker-board ot color, rrUIo the wate^da towns add their L&Qta Ot.kQUB-fiaiBfflSBifiSLj^TbBll. Inaerted is & C. P. R. stewner at Pentiet^n", on tte Okanagan Lake. rery place names are musical and at-1 ous way near 'the creels of the mour tmettre: such, as Kelowaa, Peach land, Siunraerlaad, with many a chinainjr in-between settlement. Then there lit* in to the landscape frame the cosy, picturesque bungalow ot the raneh�r farmer or frnlt grower, set in a garden and facing an Incomparable Tiew. Down at the wbarres, the steamer receives its freightage of crated fruit that will teed many mouths In many a distant home, for the great west is an eager customer for the peaches and pears, the apples and the grapes St this favored frultland country. So one drinks in the beaut;- at the Okaaagan from the deck of the steamer during a journey tbat takes most of the lighted heurs of a day. And 10 on* may travel abcve the lake over a wonderful stretch of railway, lor the Kettle Valley Line, defy-JntMtur,e'�_9b6.tE5lfi5. mak�s Ita-sinU^ tains. A thrilling scene greets tb' eye In a bird's eye view of the entir lake hundreds ot teet below, nsstliu; Ilka 8 crystal gem in ita granite baslii and taking cn a silrer hue as the set ting sun lays Its carpet of sheen oi the waters. Each cluster of homel stands out clearly agaicat Its back ground of foliage or forest, motoi craft speed along, looking very smali In the wide space ot waters, and glimpses of shoros roadways shoft that the traveller^could clrclo the lake by land it he so deeired. Finally, the train dl;is from the haighta to the lower leveis, from the hill crests to Pmticton town. Tho sun has done its day's work, the shades are swallowing up the beautiful world of water and town and mountain, and the Lakeof the Okacp.-gan sleeps, like ail oature and somQ hiiTTiqpn. -tiM. ^ 7t.7, -T-.'-Fi, T-_ . --\, JO APPEAL FOe h ; :;Pttawa, Sept. 14.-C. A.^MagTath, I toe^ controller for Canada, states that �he.has leceived very'encouraging re-jpcirts Irom majiy parts ot Canada to I the effect .that his recent appeal to isiotor users'to oonserve gasoline by !atet�lnlng from the use of motor dri-ren vehicles, except In cases of n^oBBlty, has met with prompt re-'sprfose on the part ot the public. I !?rh.'e' ifuel controller has also re-oeived information from the United Sliktes authorities to the effect that trip order forbidding the Sunday use *of\ploasure andoveiy?;?}(ist)e>waa .�bi>^ niarinod. wafl-hel^;at Cayuga.. .Some., years ago Mr. .McPhail was .BrBsfcyT, terian pnstor at PlncUer-.Creek;'> When Mrs. Sam . Lane, Gait, Ont., opened a box of rubber rings for fruit jars, her daughter having told her of the story that they were all said to bo poisoned, shaking, the box created flames which burned her face and made her eyes bloodshot. Pte. W. D. (Tim) PlilIIp, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Philip, who was accidentally killed at Camp Leaslde by being struck with a revolving pro-pellor. was burled with full military honors at Kitchener. Rev. Dr. O, C.~S. Wallace,, Mont-real, who visited the chaplains overseas in the Interests of the Baptist Church, warmly commends Ip his report to Ottawa the organization and ndministration ot the Canadian Chaplain service. Private Leonard Jackson, a barber before the.^vnr, who lost his sight in service, has re-opened his barber shop at St. lOunstan's, England, and his customers declare he can yield a razor with as much skill aa when he had his eyes. Jas. Simpson; of Toronto, vice president of the Dominion Trades and Labor CtAigress. Geo. Bell, M.P. P., Victoria, B.C., anfl W. D. Bayley, prominent Winnipeg labor offfcia!, are campaigning for prohibition in New Zealand. At a meeting ot the High River Presbytery a resolution was passed dealing with the laxity ot official enforcement of the Alberta Liquor Act in certain well defined localities. Protest is being made directly to tlie Attornej--General. i ,____nse bf the ordinaiy binds of baking powder is not attnctive to the woman that regards purity and nutrition as important factors in home baking. Women are coming more and more to realize that Magic Baking Powder is the perfect baking powder and that foods containing it have ---------J --------1,. ~UiTflHlli' I ..illMl IVlCWHITEST.LIGHigS BAKING incre^ed nutritious value. E.W.GILIETTCO.LTD.^ xomams ALUM Edward Boatty, the chief ranger on the forest reserve near Theodore, Sask., whoso wife -was murdered some few doys ago by a halfbreed Indian) Belcourt,, received the news that his eldest son has been killed in action while fighting with the Canadian forces in France. Owing to the outbreak ot infantile paralysis 'at Crystal City, Shoal Lake and Strathcilair, .Man., many schools and dhurchcs have been closud and vigorous stops iire being taken to combat the disease. A state ot partial (luaranline exi.sts. The cases so far reported arc said to be mild. INREAOIS AGAIN ARRESTE New York. Sept. 14.4-John. Read, under indictment, .-is one of the editors of The Masses, was arrested by federal officials following a speerli at a| Socialist meeting last night, in which he protested against the sending of .\merican troops into Siberia and denounced Great Britain as having instigated the shpoting ot Nikolai Lenine. the iJolsheviki premier. He was held in ir,