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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1919 LETHBRIDGE, ALBtfUTA. PAGE SEVEN Canada Co., Scorifies Assurance Transfers Provincial Ajency MORE SOLDIERS ON WAY The Letbbridge meff who arrlvcri at Si- John on the 31 elite, are due at Hat Thursday, B. Turner. P. Hobertsou. Other Lethbr.dBG men due on the v same day there, are K. LiJ.FIffilS BY ton, who arrived at Halifax.on the 5th, on the North'aiVJ, and T. S. Hunt md P. Martin, -who came over on the Caronta. UflderwriUrt of the Canada Securities Assurance Company, fonfitrly operating i through Calgary has transferred its stneral aimcy for Alberta to this city, with result that a provincfat for hall Ihaiir- ance has beet: ed in The company will continue to write hail Insur- ance throughout the province but will devote attention to the dlstrfct tributary 1o Leth- brfdge. The general aQents here are Stoner and Edgett, who have placed in of the Mr. H. M. KHIan, A harl Irtsur- pnce expert wltfi a, great deal of experience En Canada and the States. FLIGHT Or British, French and Italians Will Beat Them on Big Performance Will Take Charge of Physical and Military Also to Mso Free Medical and Dental Matter Next Meeting There was a, fair 'attendance or Dele- gates to the Letlibridge Trades and their meeting last labor -Besides the business of a general nature, one Katherine SUnsou declared when in Lfithbrldge Inst Ju.y that she was any going to fly across tlie At- lantic. The popular little girl aviator has been to Europe. In the .fighting lines since Ihea, but the Is home again and declares Ehe'wiU- not cross the AtTanltc again unt-1 she can make tlie trip by airplane. A Xew York dispatch today' says; When Katherfne tit.E.son, Itc daring aviElrij, who was detailed hy the govGrnmont to act is aerial postman from Paris to the anhy of occupation In Germany. Etc pped fron) t be gang- plank cC the cruEeer In from Brefit with 2302 8 he said she hcpsd, to make her next trip acrr-33 the Atlantic in an airplane. gtvt to Iiurr'y ap or other 0ountrv will beat us In the trane- AUantlc flight." sild Miss Stlnsoa. "In England, France and Italy they are busy now making planes" for the stunt, "Of all our men lhe_ naval aviators are beat fitted to trv Hlglit, I be- lieve." :r Mljsa Slirison saM she. forced to give up her service on the Rhine by a heavj cold which she canEracted while pjl riving an am- Ulb Septmbcr. Piper McLean is Mm of Pte. John McLean and late or SummerblU r'arm. and now of The Dalintob- tr. oae Of flve brothers, all of cDi luva Mrred tlielr King arid Conoiry. aid all of whom have been WouudH; wklle one has pan the Etip- reme We cordially congrat- ulate McLean on the distinction ijerred upon him. In thus gaining honor for hlmaeU, his family, aud his unit, he aleo dotio rrcdit to his district, the country or his adop- tion, and the Enpiro at large. That he iray be lone spared to wear his d-HOrt.fion will be Uie sincere wish of all mh'j know him. ot the', delegates brouglil up the ques- tion pi the matter of free school sup-j" plies, and medical and dental attention In our schools. He mentioned that in Calgary they were .that sys- tem could see no reason %liy 'fte-pupiis in the arhoots in'belhi bridge not set 'the Barnc bcn- discuss ion the matter was laid OVCT till the next meeting, when the fo.lpwing notice of motion.will be at the next neeiltig of the Traties Council they appoint a deputation to intearlew the 'School Board In1 reference to tbe matter ot free school .supplies and medical and dental attention in tho schools in LetU- Another notice of motioo also given: "That 'the matter bt n Free j Hospital be dtscussed at the next meeting of the Trades p bulance anil irfiR'Ir.bprdered oil ed she'.irqald never get ovfr her disappointment at being for: bidden by line-but rather throofh nd thranfh. diftewrce which them rtmj out w TWe min? rtyles in many jAtttnt products ol a new rcflectnsc eflecUinouroptnm.taj.playofFit-Refcrm Ann J i__r__, newer Iiappier period and OvercotU for Come in and them. I -McKELVin McGUIRE EA CA I 1 aster Styles in (ulptnmg You'll knoW them when you sec them, they have a 'different air, a dress-up'loot, tKe fabrics are new ami -.1 lively. You II make no mistake if you come here for your clothes. They are made by r Hart Sckaffner and Marx and Fashion Graft That's why the styles are right, the fabrics all-wool. Waist-seam models ready for you, single and double- breasted. Many style variations in pockets, lapels, collars, Good ones too, in one and tvro button sacks, all SJZCS v i i I t I Furnishings That Are New To complete your are' new Stetson and Knox hats, Arrow Cheney Neckwear in new cot orings and fabrics, Florsheim shoes, Holeproof hosiery, whatever you need. Let us know., Louis Keel 3l8FiilhSlreet The home of Hart Schaffner Marx and Fashidn Craft Ckxhes ;