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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL 19, THE USTUMR10GK DAILY HEIULO PAGE FIFTEEN TORONTO, Aiml McCuV lough, condewned murderer, who ea- cAjied from Toronto jail, contiuues bid daily letters to local newspapers. Tills Liorutn'K the Daily Star received llii? GRAY DORT MOTORCARS RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The Allen Jack Co., Ltd. 2nd opp. Lethbridge Hotel Phorx t dated "Suilbury" April 17, vvith Iliq following message: Tlease give itifs cavd lo Guard Currelt." The message was sigued Frank' The reverse- of the card bore an Easter greeting. The card was tmjloaedl iu; en envelope which-was jxwtuarkei "Suilbury" acd this probably the first clue thai has beeii received that Mot'ultough baft not Ic. Stales. Currell is a member uf the (Jroat War Association, ll also decided to. slurt a subscription list for Currull's family wlilcU is in .'lestituto ciirumEtances. Tlie Great War Veterans' Association will have charge of the subscription list. Currell Refeased TORONTO.-April' Cur- rell, the returned eoldier who wks act- ing as dcatli vrlien Frank MuC'uUougb escaped from the jail, was released" from tlio jail llits altor- nooii on ball. A new degree has beea created by tho University cl Toronto. ASTHMA .INSTANTLY RELIEVED WITH Will Be Very DiKcult To Sal- vage Machine, it is Stated LEAD Ceo T April com- wander of the destroyer which res- cued Major Wood and Capt. Wylte says that the Tall of tbe airplane was caused by complete engine failure. Tho machine was washed ashort by ihc tide. It is believed it will be very difficult to salvage It. Mix-up in_Siflnals I OR NOHET ASK AW ONXKBT Cl nllt limilmfi- P.O. E5c The CANDY Cathartic FOR CONSTIPATION There itn't a member of the family Wed suffer from nwEgwtion, nek headadiea, biliousness, fermen ted atomacb, ete., if be or she wffl take Chamber lain'i TabfeU.' They cleanse the stomach and bowcb and itimulate the liver to bealthy activity and tone trp tbe wfaofe Take one at RIGHT HALIFAX. jthbro is ii N.S.. April i in the signals to be Memorial Service For of the members of the G. W. V. A., the I. O. E, have decided to poatpoue the memorial service which was to be beld at the on the afternoon of Easter day till the tint Sumliy in May. a Cgmpany Tbe butlneM heretofore conducted by Allen Jack has become incorporated under tbe name The Allen Jack Com- piny. United. The officers arc Alien Jack, prt'ftldemt; Ueo. Lawford, vice- Frank Lawtord, secretary. Interment In Kansas The remains ot the lato J far old llet- zel, years, wilt be forward- ed from Petterly'a parlors on .Monday to Ptttsburs. Kansas, accompanied by the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Christopher HeUel, of XobMord. ised by the aviators at present in Newfoundland fii an attempt-to fly across the which may lead o a rnEtiuterprctation on tho part of .he ships, was explained by Capt. Ir- ,'Jnc of the Cunard liner Carman la t which arrived here yesterday. Ac- cording lo tho Instructions he received icforc leaving Liverpool and tli4irfre- bss'message subsequently pIckedTrp, .he Sopwith and Mart ins Ido aviators ivill not use the same slrnals. la the instructions the captain re- ceived oa leaving from the Martinsirte people, the following sig- nals were to be used: A white light would mean that the aviators are ask- ing for their position; a green that they acknowledge receipt of their position; a red light would mean that [hey are in distress. On April 13 a wireless message was received stating that the 3 op with ma- chine would be leaving St. Johns the following day' (this was postponed) and requesting that alt ships sighting the airplane to mike their position known at low speed and repeat tires times, The airplane can but can not pond any'wlreless.. The message stated a white light would be used ac a signal of distress, Capt. Irvine explained that during the war the red light ivas used as a sig- nal dt distress and if the_ Sop with machine was In distress and was show- ing a white light, a ship would be like- ly to misunderstand the signal. As the two aviators art1 using differ- Organizing Meeting The machinist local N'o. wilt hold a meeting on Sunday, April 20th, at 3 p.m. In the Labor hall, opp. post for the purpose of organ- zin'r, MaehlnlEts. Automobile and Gas Tractor .Mechanics, and helpers AI please attend. Funeral of Mrs. Stewart Tho funeral of the late Mrs. Mary Stewart took place at 2 p.m. OH Friday afternoon. The service was held at :he home ot the deceased, and conduct- fid by'the Rev. Detioon. All the'mem- bers of the family with the exception of Jim Stewart, who is at the front, we're'present together with a few In tlmale friends. The pall bearers were Major Burnett, Messrs. II. Fleetwood D. A. Simpson, J Nelson and Malcolm Young. Christian Men's League The regular meeting cf the Chris tian Men's League'will be beld iu the Baptist church, cor. 3rd Ave. acd 9tl St..- S.,