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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAG!-; l-'OmTETCtf I'HE LKTHT5KimiK PAiLY HRHALD SATTItDA'Y, Sll'imTMUEH 11, UN* A. Lovely Lake oh the' PaciSac Siope R ICKED UP IN ASSING E-I FOR THE BUSY MAN Okansg&n L*�ie and Kettle Valley Railway. Inserted is & C. P. R. steamer at rentieton, on the Okarrfgari Lake. ." Okanagan I-ax�! ilj, and a comfort*bl� day of travel jTery place names art? mur.ical and at WhAt an alluring, avejgeftlve ptocejicDows ��uty. Each mile of it3 length a come the leashed -waters that Irrl-jcf this favored frnitland country, j Finally, the train dl.s from th-' mile of scenic loveliness, each leagne j gate when and -where irrigation is j So one drinks in the beauty of the (heights to the lower level?, from the of its bank a lejjruj. of varied charm, j needed, the life-giving streams betas 1 Okanagan from the deck of the hill crests to P->ntictr>n town. Th ous v.ny near th* crest? of the moor tR'.as. A thrilllns sceuc grt-ef* �fc eye in a bird's eye t1c�" of the 0n.i: lakn hundreds of feet below, ue.-tliu lika a crystal gem in ibs franlte bash, and taking -n a silver hue a� the s"C ting sun lays Its carpet of sheer "i the v. s.:ers. Each cluster o" bnmri stands out dearly agnirst Us back ground of foliage or forest, metoi craft spe*-d along, looking very smal in the wtda cpaco of waters, ami A momorhil servlco for the lato Kov. 1). G. Mcl'lini!, who lost his life when the Llandovery Costlo wns submarined, wns held at 'Cayuga. Some years ago Mr. Mcl'hull wns Presbyterian pastor at Pincher Creek. When Mrs. Sum Lane. Oalt, Otlt., opened a box of rubber rings for fruit Jars, her tlntifi-lit��r having told her of tin- story that tliey wen; all Maid to lie poisoned, shaking the box created flames which burned lior face and made her oyon bloodshot. I'te. W. IV i.Tim) Plilllp, son of Mr. anil .Mrs. Ceorgo Philip, who was accidentally killed at Camp Leasldo by beius struck with a revolving propeller, was burleil with full military honors, at Kitchener. Rev. nr. O. C. S. Wallace, Mont-eal. who visited Hie chaplains overseas in tlio interests of the Huptlst Church, warmly commends Iji liis report to Ottawa the organization and administration of the Canadian chaplain service. Private Leonard .Inckson. a harbor before thojvar. who lost his sight in service, litis re-opened his barber shop til St. Duiistan's. Kngland. and liis customers declare he can yield a razor with as much skill us when he had his eyes. I -fas. Simpson, or Toronto, vice \ president of the Dominion Trades ' iie.d Labor Congress. Coo. Hell. M.P. ; P., Victoria. PC. and \V. I), llayhy. � prominent Winnipeg labor official. , are campaigning for prohibition in ! New Zealand. At a meeting of the High !It \ ; Presbytery a resolution was passed i dealing with t'.-.e laxity of official en-: forcement of th" Albi-rta Liquor Art I in certain well defln�d localitie. . i Protest is being made directly to th*-Atlorneya'ieneral. The use of tlio ordinary kinds of baking powder is not attractive to the woman that regards purity anil 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 havo increased nutritious value. 11.. � - -""^J Scmf nnme nit it nddrens for frco LfMECTu.u._____u , tCKlfSI} eoi�y "'l-'UE MAGIC WAV" E.W.GIM.ETT CO. LTD.- ' TORONTO, CANADA 1 , WINNII'EG MONTREAL' -I . .- ,V  The journey o?er the long and lading lake is a day's jeurner ef unlqoe Interest, from the mogient tltc �eaaurr Is bearded at Okanagau LandUg till %i. Urn op Ur the sight at.PenUcto�� A ccatort&ble toat -it trained on tree and vina and garden j steamer during a journey that takes :sun has done Its day's -cork, tu-lriti wonderful results. j roost of the lirhted heur*; of x day.! shades r.re sw-allowlng up tee beautl PWds of grain and p�tch�s of; And so on� may travel above the fu! world ef water and Tn-rn at-.e Crass aeake a checker-board of color, lake over a -wonderful str-tch of rail- rttountaln, and the Lake ef fee Okar.?-vhile the trater^Jda towna add their j way, for the Kettle Villny Line, defy-pan sle�ps, ilJie all catur-i and FO'tw Bst� of hamaa _�wa.njijsjiL_.Their ..!ac iaturc'j ob5t?.':li;=. arak:3 its. sir. v.. humans. GENEROUS RESPONSE] SHORTAGE LABOR iURGES M. 10 10 APPEAL M SAVING GASOLINE Ottawa, Sept. '. 1 --C. A. Magrath. fue) controller for Canada, s'ato- that lie. has teceived v-ry aL-oumging reports Irom many parts of Canada to the cftcct that his recent appoil to motor users to conserve ga.-o'.:r.e by abfitftlntng from the u;e of motor drlren vehicles, except in ra.-es of necessity, has mm with prompt re.-Bptvuse on the ]>att of the public v The fuel controller has also re-cevved information from the I'nited gfales authorities to the. effect that tlse order forbidding tin .Sunday use of pleasure cars in that country has teen almost universally auiie.r�;il to, mnd Mr. Mapratli now expresses the &apu that Canadiai. tuotov ov.-nrrs .will, on next and sifceedinv; Sun-days, and as long :n the- gasoline �earcity prevails, show the satue patriotic desire tu co-operate with the authorities, a* our allies on the other side of the intenrj'.ioual boundary line. There i> every indication that iho voluntary rc-spoiiso to the fuel controller's, appeal will i�: so effec-tlvo in Canada that it will be unnecessary to resort 10 formal rr-gtilations and a card .system to bring about I lie measure of gasoline conservation re-u.uired to tide the coitn'ry on-r the present sbortage. BRITISH MINES: IAX WAR BONDS a- i 1-.: p. ; cent tax->-xempt and Cie-ir u,iv.-i ntaer,;. lias no,-, rocogniz'-d t.:i f.-rnr of ih" m.Hity of tax-ex^tnp-fhKi and !iu; tniopt.-J the ]iolicy of f.uaiieing r 'ny t'ae issue of ."> p -r 'eut taxable see.-.rities. Kdwanl Ilealty. 'lie ehe-f ranger on Owim: to t'v enUiieak of iiiftiutilo th'1 forc-t resi rve Hi- ir Theodore, ' par. a' �'ty ;| i| City, Slioal Lake S'as'.., wtie munlere.l I and Str.-.tlieUi-.-. Man., many sdioo!.  inn" few days aci !.y a lialtbreeil and church' ; h.ivn In "ti clo.a'd attil Indian. I'.ebout:. received the : vigorous -.iep: are being taken to news that ' :- eldest son lias been ' combat the .!;.>r:i'ti inv-'-tiita. short ag". The secretary of tie-land Mltt'-rs .-i.-socjatioii loday sirred thtit o-.slng to the shortage of Inbor. the equipment of mines was in need of repair, making it difficult to get coi! to t:te stirfai e. Mine managers, h- said, tire iloing their best to overcome the difficulties, but all of their expedients to increase production will only have :m infinitely small effec. Tae need o:" the hour, the secretary declared, i-uioro men and until tney are available the suortago will continue. Re:iter'.- Limited '.earns that in order to meet the growing demand for coa! for the army, navy and munitions fuc'orics and for the allies, arrangements havp been made for the return to the mines r,t till coal inim-M except those of the highest, physical categories. A scheme j.s ;lNo under consideration %> reiease a. many miners as can be spared from the navy. Says Govt. Losing Big Income -West Wtfn't Stand for Tariff Increases JOHN REAO IS AGAIN ARRESIEO "� bond is f'iri eeottomic ' Montfeal. Se 1 exempt M ,1 ; Itiriotis to th I da and that this opitthe: �among those competent I its nature and ofi'c is, ; expre^sfd by I. V.'. Kiih '� of the Koyal ?e"uri'ie ' of Montreal. In f.vn opr . dressed respectively to ilen and to Sir Thotiva-. i ister of linanr e. toiltiy. I in his letter to the ;ir ; Mr. Kiliam states tlia' ' ; value of Canada's field i .-'ears lt'lij and P'J 7 : ; nearly .^LVoOe.'ein.M,! I paid toward the (:>�' of I of ordinary re-ettne- dur i period has been onl;.- much lertt I ban had >�-. I by the ('anadian p.;opb* ' automobiles since l.'e-war." No T.-.riff Incre- �im piiim - nut I 'or pur; !'r. nia-tleni of v i e v.-.lent ItiOT i a'i-l!or-tniti- N'-w Vo:-:;. ",nder -mii; v.as a.-ee