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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ai i THE LETHBRUXJE DAILY HERALD tondoB. Is Ed Toronto >Tein, membjr ot the ''i delegation vl Canadian newspapermen In Whiie ffluinlakg fBtl- tain's war efforts tt was my j yesterday: to visit one of the largest anti-submarine airplane bases ou the British coaat.., I saw, the largest seaplanes, as they 'sometimes are, called! and had an hour's Might .over tho English Chan- nol In one which baa bombed more thau one submarine. My pilot was a man who has partlclMtcd In daring i eiplolls. This particular airplane 'which IB ot an 'Improved type, has extraordinary Ywing "expansion and f--- travels at Immense speed. It ear- rles bombs of an almost unimaglu- able weight and destructive power. j Today air. Mackiln, of the Wlnnrpes i -1 Tree Press, and myself took a trip over London In a land biplane Jn com- S pany with a lot, who .WM berly motors, Starting from an aerodrome and ipeedlng up ,frqm 70 to 90 miles an hour, we rapidly climbed fato the up- per atmosphere. In eight a half minutes, we travelled twelve inllee ai measured, on the (round, and, hung over the ieart of tie'.city at an.iltt- of Hydi Park, Buck- Palace, the varliament 'bulkl lugs Trafalgar Square, Nelsoa'o men unnot, the Strand, aad prwslnenl ;ob; la Bodtk Lonion, wwe plaioly discernible from this great elevation a hetfkt ot nearly two miles St Paul's pawn on a chess while i the bridges across the to be about tho size of matches. The Imperial capital far beneath suggested i chtws board or a torm In the composing room of a 'PEG MM! WOMAN TEACHER IN CAN. COLLEGE printing office. Tor -the return- Journey the pile simply shut oft engine and w tobogganed down at SO miles an hour. Despite the Immense speed at whlcii we travelled there HTM little sensation ot rapid movement for the simple rea- son [hat there were no telegraph polsa or other objects with which to meas- ure Ihe rapidity ot the flight. pi- sting outxthe now thine was equipped. with which this ma- Wbcbevw yon lick attack coning on, wirik offfcythetjradytneof BEECHPK5 FAVOR COMPULSORY EDUCATION, QUEBEC Montreal, Ang. Trades and Labor Council with a two third majority 'of French Canadians, lasl night on a vote of 62 to 25, supiwrt ed a minority report ot committee In favor'.of-national schools directly controlled by Uio state and with free and compulsory education. RECRUITING STARTS -T IWUH IW Mtftnoirkm. Calgary, Aug. f, to immediately begin recruiting 4 tor the Canadian expeditionary force for service In Siberia 4 has been received at military headquarters ..ancl ..recruiting will commence'today with Capt Herbert; M.C., K.A.A., and Q. SI. G., Travera building, In charge. Winnipeg, Aug. organ- Iced labor here Is taking a strike vote 11 sympathy with the striking metal workers on account ot an Injunction Issued against them by the Manitoba Bridge and' Iron Worts for JIOO.OOO, the company has Issued a statement declaring that tho Injunction wastthe only weapon left to ihem for use ag- lost lawless that' it events the metal trade workers from ver using Intimidation against ;em- oyes engaged to work In tho shops, be company claims that it Is- still rspared to enter Into ith tho men in regard to ages. It says that tho queaUon-now j whether the country "Is in the anda of'a small coterie ot agitators." B. McGrath, secretary o! the bureau f labor, stated that he still hoped for settlement ot tho dispute before a eneral'slriko takes place. Tho result of the strike votes will 30 complied on neit Wednesday.- Bolshevlkism Winnipeg, Aug. Free Press Bulletin today discusses in its edltor- al columns the decision ot the Winn- peg Trades and Labor Council that a leneral strike must be called in" syra lathy with the striking malal workers n Winnipeg. The Free Press-char- acterizes the decision or the Trades Labor leaders as "Bolshevlkism, ed and and calls' up- on the sane and conservative element in organized labor to combat the pro- posal to plunge the city into the use- less discomforts of mob rule. Aug. The board of "p! Upper Canada College, a c'ontemtiva boya' has ap- pointed as head oE the scientific de- Mary C. Tucker, ot the St. Thomas High School Sho Is the' first woman to: be a mas- ter IniUpjer, Canada College since the school "Wis founded in The board found dS'ficulty In procuring a man and appointed Mlts Tuckor, VjTio lady will not be resident 'bat hive charge ot science leaching at the school.' Yesterday, August 15, the death took place ot Mary Kean, widow of tho late John Kean. Deceased was 90 years of-age and one ot the oldest residents of the city, having lived here for 33 years. Mrs. Kean came to Lethbrldge In November 1835, to join Mr. Kean who bad arrived in Alberla five years prev- ious. -Sieveh 'children survive, Mr. Pilnce Rupert, J. W. ot Crawford Bay; Mrs. B. T. Saundera of Pincher Creek and tho others are in the eastern provinces. to one of the Old TJnlled Empire Loyalist families and was born in Toronto when It was called Muddy LlHlo York and her proudest boast was that she was Canadian. The funeral will be private. It w take place from Fellerly's parlors a 2.30 Saturday afternoon to St. Aucns- tln'B A. E. Snow official IS Washington, Aug. Ameri- can schooner Sybil recently reported sunk by a Cennan submarine, has ar- rived safely ot an Atlantic port, 'jthe Nary Department today was In termed; .furtier In financing crop zpoveaieDts the U. S. war finance cor- poration reduced from S to 6 per cent; the aanuaj interest rates ot short term to.banks to cover loans made Uo farmers or merchants for marketing wheat and other crops. AtTRACTJVE NEW AT PRI ES are Some this is a quiet time tKat ii u between leawras Hut youll find it buiy at Rylandi, ing the adrance faU iart ai Aey arrive. Come in and look around you wl find the new things first here. SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY ONLY ix DE CHINE WAIST A' now style" mud a with, now roll collar which crosses In (tout and fastens Tith large pearl button Fancy cuffs ind (ifront trimmed with neat'pearl 11 ftk buttons Very special llidU GREY CREPE DE CHINE WAISTS Made from eicello'nt Quality' of crepa de cilne 1p grey fancy pctnt collar. Cuffs and front tucked and trimmed with.fancy but- Very new Q .At I WHITE SILK WAISTS heavy- quality-ol .white babuUi silk, mado in a new stylo with large full col- lar, fastened in front will large peart but- ton. Double folded cuffs. KIDDIES' SOX 100 of isamples in aammer soi In p'aln white, black and fancy. All odd sizes, but the values are 'wonderful you consider tho price. Regular 35c, Saturday Only LADIES' HOSE SPECIAL 200 pair of Laities' Black Lisle and Cot- ton Hose In eitra good Quality, Pull fashion- ed aid splendid solid black; Size -9 only. ftijij Jor nreient Wc.: GRJEY TAFFETA f DRESS Pearl grey taffeta silk dresefr The front embroid; am attricUre sign: ilade In bolero slyle. Georgette crepe sleeves, suitable for early fall 26.50 ,6.50 VOILE WAIST A new style waist In voile Juat arrived by axprcia. Made In slip orer stylo, fastened with buttons on, bolt shoulders. 1 Front and back finished in fine tucks. Keat cuff, Very Vpecial GIRLS' MIDDY SPECIAL Wllta Wash Middy >alsts, made, In neat good fitting and easy to laund- er Sliw 6 to 11 yean. Regular 85c. Saturday 60c 5.50 WHITE VOILE WAISTS Thfe is another attractive style, i wlli new row ml neck colfer, hemstitched on edge Cuffs and front alto hemitHchet! f A wry pretty style.' 1 7C jlf WHITE VOILE WAIST ttadA from fine'white voile with enitroH- front Coltaf nude In BOW point stylo collar, front and cuffs an trimmer! with Beat i edglni. New slrle cuff. J- CHILDREN'S DRESS SPECIAL 60 only Children's Wash Dresias. Mads (n new: illp-over style, which fast- ens on the shooUer. Neatly embroidered on front and around and belt Colon blue or Un. i 4 yearc. Regnlar CORSET SPECIAL of cornets in several well r a sionth, walked out today 3Po- ce called upon to asaist in re- toring order and with drawn reTol- ers drove the crowds from the mill ;atcs Police and company officiate aid tho strike was ordered by- labor eadcrs and that demands ad been' presented. ursa tion with put local' wife deemed Imperative to rush tho chiu right to Calgary for operation at nee, BO- pn-Friday morning- Augusta operated on. We are pleased to report that the operation was success- 4 towels, g( :nlcfi gowns ra still well and kicking as hard tver. 4 All the TMCA. branches I have ran into have been all right As far u any of them charglnf.15s a can coHee, here it nothing to it'TDe only Y I knoW that charges for tea'or coffte. li Ihe'one at the, base'and they charge 2 cents a cup. But the the-line" as a rule, Lave hot tea or coffee tho 'asking. i -Love to all, i 3 BD.TOBBAN The yonng people's Red'Crcss day laat a decided saccessj In fact from the standpoint of garmanU It was the biggest day of the year" far. fal and the little girl nicely. is''improving Mr. left tor Calgary-whsre he his taken a position Calgary New Meat Market. A few ago Ahdy.Aker ind-Mr, Berklns 'were visiting at Peterson's Place, leaving'nhe. tar slandliut In the'yard. In the'meantltae Sammy McClary came along and be- gan tampering with tho car. He slatt- ed the car, put on full flow of gas, came to down grade, and not be- ing ablo to handle car, ran; It along side hill-and upset the far, Iho boy himself fsc'apIng wItbc-ut injury. The car, however, badly damaged. Sam was brougnt up before the Fo- lice Magistrate In Champion Saturday, August llth, aad was duly tried. Po-. lice Magitlrate Alcock, after giving the boy MM practical talk and sound advice Imposed a line tad Cost ef ConrV also ordered the boy to meet the expense of car repair. 'one month harf> labors Mr. and Mrs dco MafX am) son last week after having spent a few In Vancouver and Vic- toria. BO PolliSe Magistral? AlcocK was a visitor In .Carnanfty Mon- K'fj 9 Hyndman, Mrs. V. Adi----, _ Mra. Tobban, 4 pair bed socks; Mr H. cloths, 3 handke chief MTB. W.' DlrlcH, 2 pair bed socks, 1 pyjamas; donated, 2 pslr knitted socks, 10 24.handker- chief a; total garments for week, 467, week of the year, 'ned'Cross goods delivered by Dan Harper thla last week....... Children's Ited Cross Day, Friday, August Z3. Afternoon, sowing; even- Ing, entertainment, moving .pictures hi RCT. Haddon, Shlnnient of goods to headquarters, Calgary, last week as follows: 16 (Iresaing gowns, 12 operating gowns, 117 towels, 30 knitted fate clolbs, 100 Turkish face clolbs, 8 pair bed 13 pair knitted knitted trench caps; 1 ordinary trench cap, 433 Handkerchiefs, 14 day shirts, 7 pyjamas, 61 property bags; total, 810 garments. Letter-fr.qm anotpor. Champion boy in'reference 16 the Y.M 0 A.; France, July JJear received your lei ters ot May and dm writ ing ifa a feij llnta to let ypu know Washington, Aug i larlnei carrying ont raids in A an waters are of the craieef ery probably converted mercbAnrnien, (ke the Deutschland, which mtde tw4 uccessfdl