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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUlttJAY, Al-hil. 5, 1'JiJ 1'AGK MILADI O 4 Mrs. J. C. lledley. 6t Toronto.'has arrives! in the city to make an exteud- cd visit the home of her sou, Mr. I'ranl; Medley. Mr. F. A. Ktolt7e returned Iliis morning from Victoria, li. C., Mrs. Elotlze IB remaining at the coast until neit month. i Mr. and Mrs. Cecil I.ayton, who have been the guests of Mr. and -Mrs. X. F. Layton luve gouu to Medicine Hat tu take up their residence there. Meut. Trim, )ms been tile guest ot sister, Mrs. Sliocbotham, at the Harracks, has left for his home In Vancouver. pecUd tomorrow from Victoria, H. Mies Pwdtaa Colonel the where Lave bwn enjoying a holi- day. i ia ineny frieuds'of Mrs. J. W. Me- will be pleased to kngw the is recovering from nn attack now the is 01 Influen- Mrs. Archibald is spend- Hon. Harold Hsadarson 'tad' 1-ady Viplet lifcbarf Mlnto; Viscount M'olyi- eux. Captaiu Calor.- Milt Walton; Lieutenant Fortescue and olhert.-i- Toroulo Saturday Night. A social by Toiinc people of the Christum cbureh was held at tie ing two weeks in with friends.! homo of'MIss Blanche" Balderaou In honor of Mwsrs. L'. Raali and F. Smith, who are leaving Ihe" city In the near future. (James of various hinds were played rbr all.' The music of the t 40C1AL EVINTi His Excellency, the Duke of shire, entertained at dinner on Marcli evening was furnished by Misses Blanche' Balderson, Frances- Dust- worth ucd Zeida after which' dainty refreshments served. eighteenth, when his guests included I Saturday ovemmrMr.'and Mrs. lion. 3. Keld. LleutenkntColonel j Albert KraiaeW'of'-Coaldale. enter- Cooper. Jlr. and Mrs. prttwdy, -Mr. and ulned sixty friends- ill' honor cf the Mis. P. J. Fulton.- 'Mr. and Mrs. Duff, (birthday of their .dausnlers, .Misses Miss Duff. Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Mowat. i Catherine and Helen -Heroice. Five Mr. and Mrs. Cowan. Elsie Keef. HundrJd played Uo first part, ut Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Ualbraltli nrc ei- er, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Buchanan, jihe evening, tHncIng enjoyed ESFLIEHI Enquiries Are "World" So many are being made IB' Various quarters trom pilots who art taterwtod'ln the propos Kmrklat the Vne fint mncunceracnt ol the contest M U appeared recently In. the Vancouver World: No reader of The .World of recent months will bave to notice the emphasis it has laid from time to time yipon the commercial ijos si bill ties ol flit lit ill this Repeatedly we hare pointed out that with the re- turn of thousands of young airalen from the front, Canada has available for the development of ibis new rattans of communication a trained per- sonnel worth millions of dollars to her commercial life. ''Unquestionably the airplane be tJiftiinalJ-ciLrrlir of the future. Al Thie Wonderful convenience of EGG-O Have you ever panted' tea biscuits for supper, but felt that you couldn't liaye them because you were going out for the afternoon and wouldn't have time to inix the .dough after ybi; returned i-. Why not use Egg-O Bating Powder and mix the dough before you go, putting the doughinacool piace until .you return? Then put into the oven and you'll have beautiful, light biscuits. Try it _Wbcri used, it im- proves your biscuits and cakes to aljow the dough to stand. And it is a'Wonderful convenience! EggXJ a different and better baking powder i_'..h Baking Powier Huultra, 'Jerwards. At mldnigit' a1 deHciou? J ready mails, and even freight arn he- upper was, served, one featura carried between.Britain and the -hlch was large blrthday: cake.'''j'tthine, and flights have heen made- Tbu prizes by ilrs.'Ceorget.tnm Ipswich to Egypt anii India, 'nudson, a hand ,palnted. eahid bowl i hare Veen made for tran Kor Men Still Pour in and Applications Are Unfilled Th6 farm labor situation is slil! acute aad there is a host or applica- tions from farmers for hired men, some of them wanting as many aa six to eight offering J75 a month. Ttie application! come from all over the district u as and Include POU.U Co.ll.. Eijch-nt, Cham- plon, Pincher Creek, Taber, darn- holm and Granum. Mr. Wllklns oC ClarcsboJm. ivanls ten men, Mr. Allen of Taber, six men, Mr. .Milts of Claresholm five, anil BO on; it one big request. The re- turned men have plenty of work in Iho city to keep tbein employed auil there are several jobs yet to be tilled In the street car department, (he frelglit sheds, and the boulevards. There is enough in the city and near- bj" to provide jobs for lorty returned men, outside farm labor. cooks are alsa wanted on the farms at a month, and there is a dearth of applicants fn regard to these. BLUE RIBBON TEA There are enough worries in the world without having to drink poor as well have the best. Try BLUE, RIBBON BUILDING PERMITS Mr. F. W. Jlowoer has obtained a building permit for the erection or a frame garage al the estimated cost of 1.000, on the lots on Tenth Street outh oC the Connaught Mansions, Ir. C. Begin has a permit for a hrick itch on addition to his building ou 'iflh Street at a coil of COMMITTED FOR TRIAL The two Hindus. Atla Singh and iXuraJan Singh were at the city police 'court yesterday, Friday'afternoon, on in her usual talented manner. cltowed by a humorous sketch you Tame Wild "Can Mrs. Kramer vVs assisted in enter- ow and her Eon-in-lavr, Mr. Dilley. A. The Art Club Trill meet iid Mr, Roger Lund; a hook ol Wklt- Uneijtai air serrlce from Cairo to omb the partis are already i chargo of criminal indecent as- _ _jiu_ _ i r j nault- The information against the W New Zealand the gov- withdrawn, and the latter ernnient i3 arranging tor t. regular air- r.r plane mail around the islands. "as lrial In many other regions or the world the commercial possibilities of the air- ion prizes Kent to Mrs; ewple'. Mr. W: Bozarth; a oy duck. Mrs. George Knudson gave n most njoyable reading' "A .Mound in MEETINGS plane are rapidly gaming recognition. But In far nothing has teen (lone.. Hundreds ol qualified young airmen "are already here wondering what their future is to lie. They have established an Aerial League with headquarters in Vancouver, and bran- I ches throughout the Dominion. The local branch already lias a member- ship ot over two hundred, made up ol returned birdcon. aim, when fully organized, is to provide compet- ent men for commercial flying, to train'pilols. and to set a standard of SEQUEL TO SHOOTING H. Hart of North Lethbridge was at the city police court this morning, and fined and costs for selling firearms to a minor. This Is the sequel to the sad shooting accident of last Sunday when little Tom- my Stevenson, lost his life.. at the of Mrs. Voiing, 322 5lh 1 tor future airmen. This .Ave., on Monday afternoon.al 3.00. The music department' of the Mathesls Club will meet with' Sirs. Cope, 1206 6th Avenue South, oh Mon- day evening at S.OO o'clock. As this is tlie last this department the members are asked to make an effort to attend. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Tlie ladies' of the Eastern Star arc Klring a dance in the Knights Pythias Hall on Easier Monday. 'Die Daughters! and Nairts of B laiiJ are holdinj a Whist Drive in the Hall on Wednesday night (the Members are kindly: asked to- give a to Utadly he on Aerial-league is now seeking public sympathy and support to achieve its objects. To assist It in IU laudable endeavors The World has decided to promote the most remarkable flight undertaken on this flight across the Rocky Mountains and back. This flight will he under the aus- pices of a Joint committee of the Aer- ial League of Canada and of The >Vorld, Limited. Its purpose is: To demonstrate primarily that an airplane mail service between Vancou- ver, Victoria, and hand at 7.30 sharp so thai the SPECIALS As usual, we.ire.offering some very attractive specials for Saturday night's selling. It will pay you to visit .our slore tonight. Drive may start at S.15. I; A bouquet ot seventy-five carna- lions .went to the residence of Rer. Win. Buchanan from Wesley Church yesterday in recognition of his birth- I toy. J There is lo be a discussion rery Boon in the Saskatchewan Legisla- ture regarding the admins Ion ot wo- men to the press gallery as report- era. Western newspaper .-women, U __. TQWEUING --J yarrts of Crash Tbwellina; In 18.Inch width with red bo.'der. This Is value that cannot ne .replaced at wholesale, bul we have Ifci SCje.valne. Saturday Night-.. .Soooial. yard 4''V CORSETS the most form liable Hying region in the whole not only i practicable, but, giver, the necessary governmental recognition, can be es- tablished in the near future. The route ot the proposed night Is as follows: 1. A preliminary flight first from Vancouver to Victoria and back. .'2. A flight to Calgary via tbe Crowa Nest Pass, Ihcnce 16; Edmonton, re- turning, homeward via the Yellowhead ;anfl Kamloops. The preliminary conditions of the flight are as 1. The flight shall be officially known as "The World's Trans-Rocky Flight." 2. The flight to be under the con- trol of a joint committee of the Aerial appears, have been asking; why, of Canada and The World, Legislature is open lo women, IU Limited. press gallery should be closed lo Ihel 3. The flight lo.be for trophies and sei. j a purse as decided by toe committee. I 4. Only Canadian or' British air- WEDDINGS OSISO _ On Thursday the wedding took place at the Methodist parftonaae of Miss Jennie Using and Mr. tiarl Tor- rey Lewis, both of. Milk River. Her. of Jpor inle phould guided by Dent of ibe mer- No leMer inttramenC it enough for yoor child's edootioa. NORDHE1MER Apartment Upright Thw wowlerful Uttlc itattu- u M mmk. In it Jff.t MT for no eupcrfluoiM wotk. Tn H you wUl JHtrument ttial pwseisM a powrr, (leplh tore cotnptrAble only to t BMR LEASES LATHROP RANCH Mr. and Mrs. Estcs, of Walla Walla, Vashington, were iti the city yester- ay. Mr. Estes has leased lor flve years tho ranch south oE Grassy Lak( formerly owned by O. T. LAthrop all tbe personal property. Tin ranch consists of 3520 acres. Mr Estes is an experienced farmer, win has farmed considerably la (he States STILL STRIKING IN THE RUHR DISTRICT COLOGNE. April h'ai beeo no improvement In the tndui trial situation In the Ruhr dtstrlrf The works of the Thyssen Compan} at Mu el helm have been clogged as al the work era on a strike to enforci demands tor increased Tvages, men approved by the. joint committee to compete, and only'machines of Can- adian or British make to be used. 5. The primary purpose of tbe flight is to demonstrate the practicability and reliability of air'a'erial mail ser- vice, but the joint committee reserves to Itself ihe fight a com- petitive clement in case aiofe than (3 1 one machine is or other- To Wear Them EVEN il all were to the 6ne that we do, Holeproof Hoaiery would atiO excel becauae'of our specialized methods of knitting. For more lluu> 16 yean these hose have amazed the public by their durability and they are just as.durable today u ever, being more beautiful Men't, 55c per fair and of Women's, 75c fa fair and of If your dealer cannot (apply you, write for price list. iwTttat Pat. special in coranls for Sulurday Night Special. Full sizes. Tilese' cornets are worthjBt least AA l.W Anotho- lii range of best a pair lodny. Saturday Night Special, imtr .1.... BATH TOWELS Dig Heavy White Turkish Hath Towels in splendlA ijuaiity. These lowtls were bought many months ago. Today wo cannot duplicate thcae Regular 90c ptilr. Sa'tunlay KiRhl pair Wm. Buchanan mony.. performed the cere- Miis Ellen H. Cook of Dntton, Moil, and Mr. Frank P..Donghertr, of Pore- most, irere marrisd at Ihe Methodist parsonage on Tbarsiay by Wm. Buchanan. 1- how There arc other countries where they remore i thnir bofllf, and for, all we know to the contntrr, Uere mar be other countries wkert ther remove tteir ihirts, In Rome, the wM man,