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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuewlay, July THE LETHBUtDHF DAILY HERALD AVIATOR ELY AWNOTCHER Says a Lethbridge Man Who Saw Him Fly in California Several Lothbrldge people have al- ieen Ely, the avlutor, who here on Fi'lday afternoon 'next, make flights, and all speak of Mm in superlative terms. Sheriff's Tom Simons in one of those. Jle was at a big aviation meet near Ban Francisco, Cal., last January, when1 the air was literally full of fly- Ing craft. "I have seen those fellows fly up Into the said Simons to the Herald, "like tn uwumi of huge -Deei, and actually fly up into tho until you absolutely could not Bee them. H was tho moat 'end fascinating sight I over. witness- ed. ;he continued, a lop- potcher amongst them. When he Btarts to KO up there Is no fooling Up he goes, and the stunts he performs when In the air are simp }y marvellous." i- Mr. Simons, was on the San Fran- cisco aviation field when Ely perform- ed tbr'wonderful'-feat of flying out to sea and landing on the decks of the U. S. battleship "Pennsylvania." "II was 36 miles from the field to the 'battleship and of course, too far off for IIB to see him descending on- to the vessel, but he covered the 36 rnllea. each way' little; over 'houfj.jand San Francisco dimply' went .It Ely bad accomplished the daring feat.' FRANTIC WITH NEWS NEURALGIA CURE THJSJROUBLE Neuralgia really blocV! poisoning. To treat it with opium, morphine, cocaine, "headache powders" aud otber "pain-kilters" is it crime. The only way to mre ralgia is to purify the blood by making tlte Jlowels and Skin do tbeir proper work in nature'a own way. Tnis is the wny "I'ruil-a-lives" curei Neuralgia. prevents the formation of Uric the whole system strong and will always cure Neuralgia, Rheumatism and due to poisoned blond. 500. a box, 6 for or trial 250. At dealers, or from Fruit-a-ttvea Limited, Ottawa. HEAT AND HAIL IN ONTARIO j Tf ronto, July and the district adjacent to It was visited toy a, terrific electrical storm which did e. great deal .of damage. districts hail damgaefl -the crops-very badly.' ".Fifty deaths, ascribed to heat, took place In Toronto as the: result of an oppressive ihumidity and a fierce elec- trical storm. The lightning struck the hands of Victoria College clock, and-caused a fire. f MRS. B, S. HILL DEAD Vancouver, July io.-i-Mrg. Hill, wife of 'B. 3. Hill, of the .World, died last Anight after :'a 'brief Illness. The to Bt. Thomas, Ont., the birthplace of deceased. Mrs. Hill was the te'r of the latfl W. J. Green j'f '-liat. CIRCUS 100 ACTS IN 100 MINUTES THROWN FROM HER HORSE New Stirling, July Miss Watson, daughter or H. W. Watson. of the elevator, was riding her horse on the prairie last Saturday night, he stumbled and fell, throwing her over His head. Watson received so vere 'bruises on the face and injuries to, her back. She must also hare teen partly stuniysd for elie led the horse home, put Iiim in the .barn, unsaddled and fed him before reporting at her borne. Tho Lethbridge firm who have the contract of plowing fire on the A. R. and I. line from Leth.bridge to Uoutta, are now working in the vicin- ity of Stirling. Several local teams are employed on the work. Mrs. Craft, of .Seven. Is spending a few days with her parents r. and Mrs. 'JTanley ..Millar. Sirs. Dr. Keillor and her fuest, Miss Campbell, of the Calgary teach- staff, wore visitors to Stirling yesterday. Miss Percket.leK.yesterday for Cal- gary'where she will -spend her holi- days. The lime of service'in the Presbyter Ian church has beeii' changed from p.m. to three 'o'clock 'sharp.' New Bank Manager Ar- rives A Farewell Gath-< ering; Other Interest- ing News Raymond, July prize list' for the Agricultural Fair lo lie held on Kept 18, ID anil 20, arc now in (ho printers' 'hands. A splendid Hsl, of prizes, amounting in all to Sli being offered, and no stone will bo left unturned to make this lair tliu biggest thing ever held in Rayinan! Tin; Krnliicky horses recently Import- ed by Kay 'Knight will lie a big at- traction. The string goes to Ma- Krnlli on July 2.1th, with the rest ol Haymond. Since Hie wind of a few weeks ago, in wbicH so many poles were blown ilown, and general dam- done to the the telephone system 'in this vicinity has not been n running order. Today thi'ie trouble between Raymond anil I.clliliridge, but a temporary repair las been made, awaiting the arrival of the trouble man, who is cxpccteil i today. A farewell gathering to. mark the departure of Mr. and Mrs. E. J lames navies and family from Kay inonil. is to be held on the' manse grounds next Thursday night, -Inly MAGIC BAKING POWDER THE STANDARD tftD FAVORITE BRAND CAUSE I 39 INCHES WL STRANGE AND WONDERFUL ALSO KM If BIGGEST ELEPHANTS SUPESB. SPECTACULAR. OUfiMAL 450 ArinHs {BABY HIPPOPOTAMUS 40- SELLS FLOTO CLOWNS -40 FIGHTING THE FLAMES Gorgeous Street Parade lOiaOCFClOCKEACHMORNIMO twkwlts roniurSlio Brini tin 'foUn io4 OH for yourself a Fifty-Ctnt Cir- cu for 25 cents. Doort One Brar TAA Ataittiiif of a the Ks LVV Lethbridge Sat. July 15 Digby, N. S., July H.-rrbense Bmoke from forest fires which -are raging In many sections, caused the achooner George E., 'bound from Rockland, for-Barton, to ruh'on'BrierJslantl and was wrecked. Captain '.Messang- and members of his crew were with difficulty, The schoon- er is a total IOES. The air 'was filled with smoke and the schooner could not make observations, INJURIES PROVED FATAL Medicine Hat, July Mc- Millan, aged who was hurt in a runaway .last 'Monday on his way Brooks to do blacksmith work 'at C. P: R.. Irrigation camp, died at the Suffield hospital Friday night Mr. McMillan, was thrown out of the rig: and badly injured about the head and body. Thousands who gathered at Bat- tery York, were puzzled at the appearance about ten p.m, m the of a nebulous ring of a..diameter, seemingly about three times the size of the moon, which remained, Inhplaln view for twenty minutes. 13th, at 8 o'clock; H will..take the form i i Inui socnj lUhesli menU will" be served ;and'an open-air musical piogr unme 'neic will" be no admission, and all the friends of Mr. and Mrs. Da vies are invited to be present. The family leave Raymond Monday, next, for Grisfi) Lake where Mr. Davies is setting up 'a mercantile, business. tittle'Elwobd'Zufelt, who" fell from horse on his- ranch, five miles south of his hip so far recovered as to be able to return to the ranch. Mr. Jackson, the new manager, of the Raymond branch of the Bank of jSVmti'ual, arrived yesterday, ami today getting acquainted with cus- tomers. A special meeting of the Town Council iyas held -last night to iciid- j just iratter in connect mi with the h) 11% to raise a loan foi w iteiworUs extension Fairbanks had his arm badly bitten bv a horse at the. Factory Farm on Sunday. The wound -was dressed hr Dr. Wray. Napier Smith, of the Bank of Mont- real staff returned yesterday after a short holiday in Calgary Magrath brought a good crowtT of rooters with them toHh'e hall game. The grand stand gave both tetfms, A 10-pound girl came to the home of'Mr. and Mrs. .J. M. Necl on'Sim- day idtrnoon Mr Neel has decided ro keep her. M ss Campbell, of Calgary teaching si iff is ai the home of Dr. anti Mrs. Keillor. Miss Camp- bell will spend a good part of the summer in Raymond, A fine new gasoline washing ma MONTREAL MAN AS LORD MAYOR OOHONATION OF KINQ V. i VTII UK COHMIlmiTIID