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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta -PAGE-EIGHT FfllDAY, AUGUST 5, 131S (Spccls.1 lo lleratdi L fEJtXLH, Aug. eiictly loar- twenty-five aliernooa, Ihe airplaue Captain Hoy passed here in his fliglii from Cranbrooli to Captain Hoy had covered the rouio iroiii Craubrook in Just one hour. He course 10 Ihc of iown save pcpolc Q fine as lha full upou him -with secjs.uavfcs'fo (ha sun. lie was tiro or ibree mile.i to He easl bui'ftniia feop'-e (o sample. otjhe musical hum of iSe Mi molor niillowcd distunre, UevtihjSit Hill. w ho tad (ol- loviu: b'm closely, is sptwrtad to met wilh a snuih-up bl Creilcm. in sttefflplinj s lindini. he hl! in lo 'tolcl here to we feini mike h August 7ib will M funding. down OP ..ironi there he rose Equally ami :'crossed Coal Creek to the easl -.uie, but in plain ricn or She lawn. o( Fer- j '-'I" Many iwople wera on Ihe watch tori A, a MrTico held h the veace celebra- Man.. Rev. rather i Nffd of Heller Photo- graphic Maps of Mountains at Calgary I" Tt. CA1X5AHY, Aug. an Int en in- here I'apL Hoy said that the.route he included just about SM miles "J ta slops of 'as his machine became visible Man.. Rev. rather B. C. Grand iho hills. 115 mas; have I'ten fiyioE of Jollsh. dtscent to be Cranbrook and l.ellibrldse. He it an altitude ot bclnefii flra and sii ial'ovreJ 16 grtf'lor hli own people, arrived at Lelhbndse 6.22 nhousand feet. The weather was Ideal.) On ibis being decled. ts inali'some Ie'1 at P-m- a riplc Eiirinj on the surface and remarks which caused loldlers who I al an average bfljnt ol o.oOO ..y, which at limes had been werp on parade to break ranks aod teeftaosl o( the way." said Capl. Hoy, ially clouded, was perfectly clear. His i hustle tie rer, from the pari. tno highest I Ban- at one ________ N point was at PMctor, B.C., 1 K old- _ ud coixn Ibc IOM Wk lo TMU dbecki. WINCARNSS giets New HMth mho art Weak, A naem ic, Ne -down raONT.let your''Iife ke clouded by in- different health. Don't let .'ill-health steal your good. looks. Don'l remain weak. or anaemic, or tun-down. Don't luSei need- leisly. Get well tKeWincamis quiet, auie and safe way to Dew and' vigorous healtn. bcf. tkii Clttlq. But, nmrc- fire jrcu ofoia kullb. IwUliovi Bad ducpjxoil 700. the be 6nt d lli glviMi new to of for orer 30 tke wmy, {KUQIC n d rfruri, Win- n TecAmmepded by over S.TOO feet., ThU >B5 when I col oft a Ullle d is la nee. Instead o! Eo'tae all the vay doyn lo Creston, I cut over the lillls aud- one cau just. clear" them at (eet, vfhlch brings one pretty close lo the tree lops.1' "A. iflyer would-- find himself in a fproily ticfelisb poaillQDl vpuld tB nol, I it he bad-, to land la the J. "I don't thfcik he repJieil, "as I 1 flew along I policed places everywhere Ibat a maa might Isnil in an emer- gency along the railway Jracks, tor instance, _or on aand bars in tba sir earns, or the tree tops in a pinch. 1 am in the babtt of looking for good spots to llgbl eierywhere I and I saw lots ol Ihsm all the through the mouuLains." A Few Storm Clauds Throughout his trip, the aTialor epi hia course by means of special maps but at Limes, owing to ground mi El, he wts compeUed to depend on compasa bcarinEs. TheEe never, fafl- ed-him and he rame right .along ou ecliediile Ums. "When I left Minoru Park at Van- couver." said Capt. Hoy. 'it was hard- ly llfhl enough lo see, as I flew high- er, the light in the easl be- came brighter find aa the sun rose over the .Hocfcy MounUms, words descrlbo the magnificent spec- tacle oMhe mountains seen under this light from a point high .in the afr. DRWU -wag Just breaking as Hfe came through Cotuballa Van- coarer lo Vernon. You can descrJbe Ihe atmospheric conditions _by saying they perfect. Oa'ttie other side of Vemon, 1 met Kith frequent "pockets" In but experienced no trouble with ihem. I .saw a storm squall only once." to tfie south of me fwur-Wd power iiipr Tonic, Blood- and Nerve Fob ill in DDT. Therefore it Just What You Havfe Been Looking For A Cash Store That Sells to the Farmer at a Very Small Marfii opened a store in Burdetf'.irltnVfull line ol hied t'.asi groceries, and cow and it >U times prepared to stn-e public Ttllh the rery best quality. Goods at the loweil possible WATCH THIS BUSINESS GROW Below We Quote a Few of Our Burdett Prices twl-drled Apples, per Ib. Canned Tomaloea, solitl .pack, size 2Hs.: per lir) Cannccl Tomatoes. 5 HDS for Canned 1'eas, 5 Una' fo-1 I-enoi Soap, H cakes for Soap. 3 cakes 20c 95c 95c 50c 25c Nayy Beans, the genuine, lie hitler kind, per ]b. 10'lbs. Ior Brown or Whtlc Vinegar, per each Krinklc Coin 1'lakej, each............... KrlnMa Corn Flakea, per.dozen Puffed Hiee, per pkg............ nol .12c 15c m m E HAVE UNLOADED A CAR OF "OUR BEST" FLOUR m lo'lnyoducc same .we 'will for .We giiuantee sell for thi next ten 53 Ib, imfe to be one of Iht oblitn- XL I'ced such as Bran, Cracked Corn and Cnififm Cnti.' 'A donvlace you :that mean'injilneii. "we hare throe llgliis laid out on the i ground as landing llgliis. Thise lUrte lights laid In a straight, line. TheuJ at a short distance troui Ihe -one Is x (ourlh ffght. on a lite imrallc! to I Uie other three. ..This indicates thft i side ot the straight line formed by toe tliree ilglils on the arJator is lo land, lie is iuprwcd la >nd. alongside Ihe -three- i'e'als and be-1 Iveen Ihem and Ihe one light, coming to .a slop uear the end a! Iho Liuc. Capt, Hor broucht Sis machine ei-j actly alongside the Ihrp.c lights and stopped it almost exactly between Iho last of thy three lights laid in a line, and the olher one over lo the side.'1' The members of the Calssrv Aero Club, Acting Chlel ol Police Null and hjs policemen: and Inspector Spaiild- ing in charge oi the" R.XAV.M.P. hnd a diltlcult lime holding the 'rrcntil back just prior Ip ths landing, tut they were successful. The. automo; b'ies, nTimberinB.m'pre than a. thous- and, Trere linei ;up' IQ two at right angles to'each other, Ihe'han: gar of Ihe machine forming ihe apex vof Ihe angle. Mounted iiollcemen kept (lie crOTd back along these ma- SATURDAY SPECIALS Suits That Take no Heed of Present Day Prices Navy Blue Serge, reg. Nayy Blue Serge, reg. lor Navy Blue Serge, reg. ior Giey Check, reg.1 for s.... Grey Check, reg. Brown Norfolk, reg. ior Raincoat Specials chines. BrigadicMJcu. H. MacEXihald also was on the scene and was umgnc the firaL to greet the aviator when be, arrived. -1 .The moment the machine stofipedr thousands ol'speclators rusiitd tor- warj in o( .elTorts ol the police and guanJc (o Hold them oacfc. iieni- bers ol the Calsary Aero CJub ibrni- ed a protect ihe machine from injury by the croivcl. Caplalu Hoy across the proanJ to the hangar, stopping in front ol It. wlitre ho >vas greeted the actiog mayor "and promfQeol He .alighted from chiDe. there and- "flashlight pictures Tvere (abtn of: the .group. The Ma- chine Tv'as thea rolled into Ihe hangar. by intmbers o( Aero Club and. a guard, placed arounfl'.it. Captain Hoy brought with him les of a special edsllon of the 'Van- couver Worli also copies oE the Lclh- as I was travellins toward Creslon. bridge -Herald from That was ono reason "I the I ials and yprioiis ID .Vancouver.1 hills to Cranbroot tp.teep away from.p'ernon. Grand Fortts and' officials anfl clubs ,HeV idE6 -lie also It anrt it passed to lie south, of me. jLethbrldge, t'p city.; officials anfl. cl From' there on flying '..conditions in and for the Calgary gooii- f' Irom Vancouver and Lellibri 1: started north lo l from Lellibrldge atmosphere was simply wonderful for flying afnj I took my ilme, Jusl v'hea. I was wearing I saw the alorra cloud over to the west andjspeadei up a little. It was an easy trip One thing Captain Hoy said ho par- ticularly noted Va3 that the very besl maps arallable of th> Mountain ttrri- lorr all proved Lo have "inaccuracies here" and thera. .Netd of Photographic Is he' is to pnotograpblc m entire mountain regie low would know wh the timej-ina Ime eiacl data to od. Regular for Regular for Regular for Regular for Regular for Regular for x Hat Special All to 'going at 3'DOZEN DRESS SH1RTS- Size 14 only. Regular value- to UNDERWEAR SPECIAL Fine Thread CojnbiDalions. P.fg- o ular ?450..To clear at J Regular white fine Dnlbriggan Conibi aiid long Eleevcs. Regular 52.75. To clei.r aL {N'lturnl Fine B.ilbrissmi Coniuloations. o Uegiilair To clear at Regular J2.00 Cotntraatlonn. To cifnr nt l i HOSE anil Tan Cotton 4 pair A for i.W AVhitQ Cashmero CDC. -i njr 3 DBi're (or----............-.........___ RpBu'Kr 75c Mack CssllluerO, 3 pairs l.DU .25 GOLD BOND SHOES X 3 different lasts, JtCEular value today To clear .00 A FEW SIZES LEFT IN OVERALLS Without bltr. 3S, JO. Tan ami black; JV Regular ?2.50. To J. F. THAELL 315 Fifth Street South .Phone 1817" A Exclusive lines in Clothing and Men's Furnishings olficlals BDd carried a-baii 'ol-oiiicTal Jmail.ffoin tie. Vanccurer post otfice. Admitted Being Tired, Despite the natural man mifM be-.eiptcted to. be-under during such CapL Hoy stepped from.his-machines looking fresh though dust'begrimcd. He ad-, milled being tired; this "vras no? Jup fo the trip 30 much as to thVfacl that hG-bad Ute (lie final e nfshl-before-maldiiff the ngemeQtsY fbrT'higV-slnrl JST-mICS.; ThufsdHy morn Inc.'which he'-made'nt a ft? U> Tbe ere' bV-fi- at a I 1ns youaE icie ue in "i sntlclpnU that mv trip back will >e even-eBsler than my Irly to (dls >ide of the mountains." i'be -.e'fer alert, brown nnd a ketn face, was-auilc cnjored. the of the itb'e shaking .-haTvBs-v.good "I ouly saw CapL Ilali Tthe other i vrith everyone who arlalor vba started out from Pentlc- fd ton yesterday) twice and lhal vas at 5ne Midway, and st 'Grand. said CapL passed over his'machine at Midway and circled around to let him know [fiat 1 had seen- blni: to do it. and dodg-ng etrusive femtri' He was equally. good eye. urnpr.efl In an- HiouMnSjr'o'l'- Questions him, most of; Ihem wis on-the Ero'und'al'Grand' ;acd 5omc marked forlti; I sifr Win pass over-Hie de- ordioarf common, sense..- It. waa.MP. parted shortly siterwards afid that ivhen he rlnally got a -chance was the lait I saw of him as he was (0 (0.h's room alt the Palllscr. IraTelllng on toivarfl.s Cresfon wnile holcl 3nd Wvo .a wash. Hoy- I cot OTer tne hllla 'to Crinbroolt." said ltlal hc naii snitched a .rnsal at f PrtlKt Landing bethbrtdfc, anrl laughingly- remarked, Capl, Hoy said that the Jlrsl tiiini; thai, "they tried to feSd me..; erery, ho saw after passing orer Caigary and stopped." rJIe saidztie ,y, ivas comlnB toward Ihe.'Ianding (ield near Bowness Part was .a '.'glimpse-; ol a rocket bursl. Tben-lie lanJ- fng lights which-Jiid bee.n laid out In the usual form "on the ground. Immediately atterwarjs. he saw the' Hnding dare's and making. 'a. wide circle, be came down alongside tbo -landing lltbts. By this time, it was quits dark bnt liny said) that! the (ieliTwas one of lie beat he had) ever alighted In. In (act, he said that the landing arrangement made for him all along the' way were all that 'could- be desired.' looking forward trip back I.lent. a Calgary flyer ana official of Calgary'Aero Club, also said Ibat Capt. landing was perfect. "Splendid" was Ihe' way UeuL Donnellj- dcscrlbeil it. Dld.ll.W.ll "You 311.1 Lieut. Oon'nelly; For the cereal part of the rnorninjTrneal is sufficient A sturdy wheat and barley food WASIirXCTO-V, directly frotii Wall street and Ilic banking houses cbntrollc'i ly by the Morgan and" 'ilocke.fellcr from i wflfch" lisa come Into Iho of the. railroad" lirolbcrhoods shows that there jroceedeil a sysIcmatlcipiunilerJnj of virtually all of the piroiic irancpOrU' highways (n Iho tinlfed fltald, Ine house hitcr-slalc commerce ston -was loH today by-O. B. PjuraOi a lawyer of CV.cagrj. 't Mr. Plumb, wlio appeared-in auppSrt of Ijie eo-callcd plumb plan (Ke reorganizing of, Ihe salil Ihey -Intended to Bhowv.lnal' :the "vteMnf and looting" Iho New Haven, Chicago and Alloni Bock. land and FMsco lines weri not adlc rtamples of the highway robbery lo -which the American nation- been subjected to aj to fU (ranjjwr- tatlon Definite Information oh which charges were hated, Mr. Plumb atld, would be turned over" to the. commit- tee on any date It mayl.aaV for "In yluw.lf ihe of B.It'. be salrl, and In order may the benefit of'tbelf on behalf of the public ID pfe'ientlng our Blatement tonrref American people, the' four" -'aiftilitM railway to Washington a eonttjftSft on contrul" X Vanfc thipt arid tanfi fraini.tGnceying mpertfl product! from TtKntTf la dlttribaling ttailing Out own lank Irniiis ami tank 'ships arc a big factor in insuring you a Imperial I'olarinc at all limes, everywhere. Imperial Pplarinc is a slc.KJi'ly dcinandcd lubricant, i Irklton in bc.iring.T, gears and cyliii- (Icrs. break- or gum under high heat or hard pressure. Keeps tompression power ifom carbon the exhaust. Ask Uic Imperial Oil Man When to use Imperial Polar- inc when Imperial Polarinc Heavy or Imperial Polfirinc i -i ftnc and four-gallon sealed cans, twelve and a hall gallon kegs, half-barrels and barrels. Sold'by'good, -1 IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED Power Hi-ril fition ;