Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
SDAY, AUU'ST 7. T1IK UIJlUltr.K DAILY J1K11ALD, PAGE ELEVEN MILADI c v v v v 0 (Continued fruiu I 7" Oawn (Sueclftl to The ;if..ti> I AUJJ. 7.-win, ihe "ifrel slreaV ul dawn, K. t'. i Hoy. D.K.I'-. 0( the Aerial of coniiflsnc'vi second RV- leir.pl lo cross tlie Hrwky ciiouiuains in t J N plane tin? moniinjr. Cnjilalo lloy.leti Htu.iru I'arfc at 4.13 u'clcr'j'" filrlM ID Calgary PERCONAL 4 Mr. and Mrs. It. Pnviilson tlfuc lurnM honif from (.'bleary. and H. M'armhn and chil- (numy. a !n-M HI the j ilrou r.tv ill rte futsls (it Mr. i home of Mr. anil Mrs. William llobcrt- j jr'nnVthV nrrmjoil by Unit J. J. Smlrl al lUcir new I fcou. nhc-ro ;i htigu mimlirr uf ll.M-.iM. ('al-1 j hume on Hay SUe.et, Vkleria. U. t'. (rk'mls gathered Io OMcnil Iht'ir brsl I .Mr. 11. ivas a nic'iii ivlslirs io ibe liajipy ruuplp. her o! Ihc rliy force iu 1-clli-] Till- bride's uavollinc bridge. haiijs-inp (olorod SUIK I'rlnclpal n.ivldion of (Vjwa rriool bus rclurinvi from Kdmoiuon. Mits Nursl Is her fcue.-l.'ulss Nclllo Woods.ol Kcrnlr. B.'-'f.-... Mrs. a Ituti- Inman liavf po.ie Ip'CsJRtry, where lhe> will irnuin tor jj rewMayi- v Mrs. Avcmio fouUi. Is >l p'reicnt enjorlupi.a holi- day in Mrs. HtUfiel accompanied'Mr- arid' 5tm. Itoapwirm on'Lhelr'motor trip 1> lUuff. lell tlio cltv lor i polm on. lively triniiue-il. Wearing Sllss .K. V. Kirf Vlctoriii j Mihj'MfNHb-. have-lust', an, Mrs. rplurned Trora cllmbins 5, ,of lllp ly holiday .pert! and "l 'Tc >lr.s Toho Pass. flh6m in Kirfc ?UFS Gibf'onT .who ts'tiatidayi'pe. is R-ilT reauhio licr art..classes'.on Sep- loii. HaU Mrt. Home and Ifltle ECU are en routp home; fro'ii .MgjiUijr, aid are tt-jtrfcenl TlsUinff'lrleii'Js Miss -who MerHtd and iht- or- C'auada. and hoved to tniiLr Vcrnon' was vtoyplDE iik less lhan Hf liop off in j fhiq i'le'fh wpathyr. t'ou-lnions c-ii llip j njut-h more fayorftble [ur ihc Illc'il ihah on Monday mornbK. llov j (oujid ii necessary u ilbsi-cnJ al ChlHfvack owinB Jo tfu- li over the Celling Off Shonly nficr 3.2i> a "LhUc I lie ufai-limr In whiili well Vancouver rivimor limiting Ih'e was w.ipcltd from! rho Jromo and C'api. Dixon Lunc'd. her up jvlille Hoy ilunnud his flyins logs., 'EJJ6 cngtnc of ihi> iihmo .was rupiilng iu'-fiue f'tizye ivhcn Hoy look His ficatf.'-ilb iiuiuGdiRicly lailed iq thcVctnlroVoi; tUc park and. aficr bi5 many friends who were. preagDL to the siart, opened i ihe and shortly afterwards, he -was winging his way d'ova. iKo.'-FYftser-lllver towarils New of tiny sparks fromVlIieVcylindei'S of hts engine as fhe plane made lis nunosjiliero. throb ihe.' ;c engine ivas like of .ihc niccbaiiirs )vhoUisLejied .amioiiFly any knork :D Ilic -Tho engine was Avenue South. A al-1 bcca arrniiKetl program bas which dl- arraj' .ol 'yid'e b[ Ilritlsli Colum- .Mrs. rtQland Cran-fqrrt and 'family i Jiave relurntxLJujme alter'> pJcasa'n holiday in- curly" nip mi tig wedding took lOllday spent in. Cardston, place al Ihe SI. Angusiln's cliurcli 1 Mn. fiiothor, Mis. Podfiyusicrflay when Miss MacKin-j ;er. 'lay Sir. Mr. H. T. Hrymncr has for J'uoited in, Lhe tiblv- plain-1 npllovlHerr" Oiitarlo. Mp. j niony. The marrUEe Hrj nuier.ontl family arc; qow-'-yisjling. ''formed by Ilev.' fsaac .presence Mr. anrt lo Vrf- for friends.- io MvinoniH's v .In, her f soil" Mrs. boii- his denarlurc. la :.Vancouver 'jjosl office llic pilot car- tied -sppciaV editions of .'ihc weH''as scS'eral express nar- 'l v'-1 (iuile. gathering i ifliioVii of' [be divided proportjonriltly. ilr. Adainiion said lahor party (heUcvcd Ihe out' oC all and.Box B.e.-Helcl.pn J- ilFriday Evening, Aug. AT S.OO O'CLOCK AT LATHROP AND DELANY'S BARN, 12 MILES EAST Of LETHBRIDGE Orchestra The proceeds ivJIl he by Electricjiy i pay off ihc'balance on ihejiiano- f the.H.Mliy .Matlo Srhopl Rislrlct: ADMISSION, PER COUPLE SOLD ON i lo the monetary ihc 'rank and lilo. Aller consirlcraMe riebale, "Avlanison's inicridiiiont'' was': (lefoijt'tiul i by a vole'or 2SS lo find Ihc j were adopted hy a vote or 372 (o 64- During liie dcbnlc. Premier decree spoki 7.15, making a per- fect landing al-MJssion lllll, lluce ;md a hair minules later. The covered is. calculated at 2K' miles. He" Mmqru-.Bl, "landed greeted ihc Vancouver World's'Okan- renrcscninti'vy; Ihcn by Mayor who at tech. okc aluTwInd to Svhltc (lie ma- iBrcnl imotloTi, csiiccially heing allendCd lo and 11 nnd oil.- supplied. On ivip he used 23.pallons of gas end one'eallon of.-oil, which he ihinhs Is quile a re-- cord. Hoy attributes Ills excellent lime lo iJio (acl.lhal ho niado use ol llui pass hctivecn Mferrltl and Vcrnon he had nol known before. A! ffuriing lo (he unknown afony brought; 'tO (jf llODIPrfl." "1 can not." he said, "omit a Irihulc; to the ruiltltndcR ol iieople, .men and, Momcn, who palicndy Lure Ihc slralri whenei'cr a kncick on Ihe door soiiC n shtnldcr'of [car through nil anxioijA most a i l, line. between Ific Iwo jaul thai all Ihc Generals. -cutting off many, miles, and and' others vJiose names liadisavJnK deloor.-i through valleys. .mirals and nthcrs vJiose names liad'j iMcnliQiierl for honors and moii'c- rewards had contributed lo During liin address ho spo.kc 'tit Marshal Koch. He (hn 36c d" have won Ilic war wilhoul 11ml U would not have heen won m! IMS. clarVest'hoiir, the worljl! [was saved, by Koch's ERJU thii1 i tirruiicr. Mr. Ijloyi) paiil w.inn Irilj'1 to Ucrberl AsquUh. former. rrbuc miiiislcr; Vidcouul (Irey, apil (he laic Harl'Kilchcncr. Of ie l.irhcn IJiC grpai d laken In JflU, lie ecision (hnl rf.u io he laken In 'JflU, lie this land from Rliamc." Of KloW MBrnhal Frehofi, the nrcininr saiJ Yt hfld ton ottnn licen forgo) ten lhal a'l Vjircs'lie OHO of Ihc'six dcclj' I've liallles of ihc war: Sir. Adamson's anicn'd- viiJcli'wa's movc.'cl In cctniuittcu alter UJQ JIOIIEC had adontcd n vnlo Hf Minnas to Hie Rrnciiilp. nthniral and others.. Mr. Uoyt) (teor'Ko ftrgued that in niRgnfiuiJe nn'il (here M'RS nfl cbinp.TrJson hotn'ecn prfitloiij ami-Ihc'.war just ended, There- fore, ho said, Ihc suinVilJ-onoscrl erred, not on the slrtn, ot libcr'Allly. but (lic'rcvcrFB. M'itfi rcgaM to the raiifc, Hie jirrniirr fjiid he Ihougfili 1.7lit inorniiiE was EO clear he could nol came slraislu ovor ihe hills, Dawn was Just breaking as he.passed over Chillhrach. On I'JG way lo Hope he passed Iwo or three trains. Through Coquhalla Pass roao io n height of 550Defeat, l.alcr ,dn he climbed sLllI hjglinr and lit was 6200 feel AlcrrlU region. -IIo kepi 31 pr- a lltllc on bis striking ulmosl due straight Inlo Ih? a" bee-line ,for Vcrnon, .The highest point.or the riiRliI, G500 Was in thfs section-of Ihe Journey. ,lle saya 5pOO (oel is safe through Ihc 'Coqna- lialla Paas bui COUO Is beller. Early Is (be besl linie for Hie nfr being quite caiiH.Airi Tlio jrtnrney was dtlighlful says Jloy, who wns looking in Ar nil preparations (or his arrival Imd made, he was nblB lo RO In hrenhfust while Ihc Vernon Garage Co., relumed soldiers and experienced air mfichino mnMookcrt aflcr his en- sine. Uolorp, Hoy left Iherr, was finite ft No need for a long talk about Mich values as tl'iese. Women who have shared in previous sales of this kind at Clarke's are familiar the unus- ual character of the savings offered and need only the announcement of another such event to bring them early for these Dollar Bargains. Savings in this two-day Dollar Lisl represent reductions of 20 to 40 per cent, of the regular value of the various lines involved and are well worth an extra effort part to get your share of these splendid lines, HEAVY SILK variety of colors in splendid heavy silk. Our special at i AA l.VV SILK AND CHAMOISETTE colors most in demand. -Vow in standard qualily rhainois, and Niagara Maid sUk. t 1 nfl 'VELTA. and plaids In iwaiill- ful sort .colors, for .summer drosBpF. walsls, py- jamas, tic. Sold al C5c. Dollar Art Day, 2 yards PLAID TUSSAH wide, beanuinl Blujtbani nlalda in very rich Regular 11.75 Eilra special Dollar Day -j CHILDBEN'S CREPE and pink. Perfect fitting And washing. Sizes 1 lo 1 years. Very special Dollar Day values.................-........... WHITE heavy velghl. 3i Int'hes.wide. Rceular 50c yard. .Kthlay-SaL- -i AA urdar. Dollar bargainri3 yards........... GLASS AND HUCK anrt 23 inches wide, excellent quality. Regular 45c values at old price. Friday-SMurday Dollar Sale, 3 7avd6.......................... CRETONNES AND MARQUlSETTES-j-A lovely .variety of colors and designs.'All our splehdlil regnlarf value, worth up tu yard. 1.00 1.00 EOYS1 WASH SUITS AND 'OIRLS' WASH up to years anil dresses up l-i 12 years. Very eood varieiy siill left. Worlh up lo. 51.05. We dear Iho balance en Friday -t n A and SalurJay at........___........... LADIES' UNION ribbed and porous knit In sll regular sizes. Jleeularly sold m J1.2'alue. Wonderfu CORSET trimmed Book corset coveis and a few silk ones as well. Regular values lo 1.00 1.00' The Last of the Hats ANY TRIMMED HAT iri THE STOHE, IN- CLUDING VALUES UP TO V7.50. CLEAR- ING AT-THE ONE SALE PRICE. Dresses Worth up Dainty ilpe-ignS in'sky. jiink, sircen and ruaise. Sites ,14 to-IS and 32 to 36. All at Ihe.onc low price. -_-_ Special Prices in all ofher lines of wash dresses and various other summer lots now on sale at a full clearance price. Hoy on liis tlnic. Marked "First D. C.-Alhcrta Aerial >vcre scvtral letters for local resi- dents, Hoy had wllli liim some nrivcrllEtiig samples to lie dcUvcrcd here. Among the letters was ouo from Mnyor Gnlc Io Mayor Shalford, fnlroriuchiB nnd ciprcsslnR congrolu- liillons And opinions as lo aerial past, iInK due llift'ift. rarge'rrowd o( Intcrcstcrt spectators, with Jloy chaltcrt and -Joked. The mRchlnn turned. round for Ihc down grade run nortliwnrd for' ti, ITI. luuiji i I 111. Vci-y unfair ilial IL should go lortbVlUc The was prctllly run I'jo EiutrioHfy of honorable nicm-4crfecfRfl Snd. circling nroiinrl. lie Ihcra Q( the hounc 'that 'aoMkrs over, Ihe spsrjnlors heads lo Iho Ddm, nmXliiK In. Llio direction of enronie Id nrnnd Forks. As he passed ovtvJiead, cheers gavo Mm n Jioarly lo he wnvcd-reply. Mo tohi rcprc- lives llierc- seemed no olistacles to Ihc cslRullalimCiiL of nn Aerial post lie I the coiiat ancl.lhc, prairies, The lorgcsl iunip of Ihc'Journey was VrobP.bly lhal -uelwccn Veucouver 'mid Vernon. though Crnnhrook to Lethbridgo woiild'Ije'neBrly the same dislflnce. i '.From Vcrnon onward Is pracllcfllly nil new country lo Hoy. sn far ns My- I On Hnliary, hfi added, parliament j aU'c.idy dad sum-j onorniously (grfvlcr than nnytiiing due under iho i fernw of tbfiT service. huurlrrd nHJllnu (or p5iislcjTis. lie sahl he hoped Ihc honor- niCnihcrA, ivhcn I hoy out- IsMc. mention (hear fdcta, -i Tlie Aiillitf'rlMfrft of ally hnvft..decided, lu confer the hon- orary dogrctf.bf for distinguish- ed services tlurlng1 thn ,wnr on Lhd, Duelings of Mholl, Ilin of find concerncO. were exyreascil -to ARRIVAL AT GRAND FORKS (.Spcclnl to Tlic-UcrnW) UHAXD KOIIKS, it.C., Aug. C'npl. Huy. flying In the Curliss nJr- jiJanc on. Ihc trans-Hocliy trip, reach- ed Grand Forks al 10.14 this morning, Capt. Hoy Irealliig the large crond ol j sycfctotora lo R perftci landing alter i circl'.ng overhand Tor several mintiles. j Jxcavliig Veruoji lie pksscd Kelo i nl H height of feet, Hcadiing PciUlcton he followed (he Keltic Vnl-J ley Itne lo .-Midway. he passed orcr I-Icni. .Hall, driving 'nn Aerial i Trans innchine, who had landed, and j circled over him to show thai' he had recognized him, Hoy arrived nl tlrnnd Forks nl flnd a "Mop of, half nn hour, while he delivered Iho (irsL trial) by air in Grand Forks, cmylng par- cels consigned lo tnn mayor arid pack- apes for merchflnU. Capt. Hoy's plane WAS ftttniuled lo hy Flight hteula. and Msnly. iwo Grand Forks airmen, who attended lo the refilling of (lie fiaBolfncMank and (he nccossnry supply of oil. J'romptly al II. In Capt. Hoy hop- rod Inlo" Iho1 machine And Eol awny to slsrt. am'.dst ihn cheerins o( the brfio galhered here lo greet hint, anil was soda Jos I froni view, travelling tasl p.nd puss- Inr Dvftr' 'ho mounialni al CDicadc. During his May here. Lieul.Kflll'a nmcinne' havcrcil (n and passed over Grand ForXs. aboul len mlnuLCB before CM, Hoy got away; GIRLS' large and small nhUe ivilh colored tloml borders. Regular to J1.65. Friday and -i 'nfl HOSE ami nmlium-sire? Cor boy.a and girls, ulack and 35c. Friday and Saturday 1 A A D pairs CLARKE CO., 614 3rd Aye. S. lethbridge J- ,A .3 IS. yearn irtnnajccr nl Onk Hull, Urnudi, died in HamUlDU. Such a Sweet sweeter still are Moir's Chocolates in' reality. Moir's fillings are deliciously different and-theV.coat- i i' i ings so. thick, smooth and rich.