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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTB LETITBIUnnE DAILY HERALD Saturday, .Tnl v 1U11. BAWDEN BROS Extend herewith an invitation to their Patrons and the General Public to attend the formal opening of their fine new in the Hull Block, On Saturday Evening, July 15th, 7.30 to 10.30 p.m. Orchestra in Attendance. There will be absolutely nothing sold during the opening. We wish to take this opportunity of thanking our many customers who have by their patronage made it possible to have had built the finest Furniture between Winnipeg and the BAWDEN BROS. Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers MICHIGAN CITY IS IN 'DANGER' Detroit, Mich., July sped to the News from East Tawas says: "Declaring danger from approach- Ing forest to groat that the city of Bast Tawas may be destroyed, Suot. Luce, of the Detroit and Mac- kinac hai ordered section gangs to proceed, this mornint, to points north of the city in an deavor to check toe flames." Cod Lirer Oil With the Oil Taken Oat A Triopli for Scieac. ood Skill 09 from the liver of the hu been died as a preventative of disease Bad a restorative for ages For long time it been the general opinion that the medicinal value of Cod Liver Oil was the freasy, oily pan itself only drawback being the unpakv table, 6ihy taate of the oil. From the fint experts have been try- ing to find means to make it more pala- table. They to "cut" it with it in it with lemon to get away from that abominable fnhr and smell. Lots of people still lake it in Emul- akm form, which is' nothing morr than "churned" still freuy, oily and a strain on the digestion. Doctors used to think it was the oil Itietf that built up the wen daw to find out that the ojl was distinct drawback to the medicinal prin- contained in it. Crude oil is quite indigestible, and will, in time, put the strongest stomach out o now been discovered to do away with the greate and the smell, and yet retain all the medicinal propertiei of the Hrer. This is done by removing tin fresh oil front the new livers. The liver pulp is then reduced to the form of an extract like beef extract. Nral's Cod Liver Compound it simpljr thh liver extract combined with an ex- tract of raslt and healing, wild cherry. It alto contains the true hypophosphitea. This combination makes Nyal's Cod Liver Compound a delicious buildj up the tyttem, and maies you atrong. Take h when you feel yourself losing your .rip. U't a pleasure to take- even the children like it. a bottle to-day and ward off daeoje. 11.00 for a large bottle. Your will cheerfully recommend M AIR WAS FULL OF HOLES SAID ELY THE AVIATOR (Continued from Front Page.) guaranteed by ALMNTA DRUG A iOOK CO. f D. MMIMIOTHAM co. iMaatOM 4 W. machines of the lieavler-than-air typi but the real exhibition far outclasse any. description which could possibl be written. It seems almost too rauc like attempting: the impossible, an the crowd watched the immediate pr parations for the flight with great in tereat. Having 'given the machine a fina inspection, Ely aeated himself in tin small seat, in the middle of the ma chine, and just in front of the two which give the machine ita name. The mechanicians rangec themselves at suitable points to see that everything should run smoothly and then the large eight-cylinder com motor was started. Slowly al 'irst; nut steadily gathering jnomen turn the great bird raced along the ground on its three small wheels or bicycle patterri. until, after two hundred yards had been covered the necessary speed was accumulated and elevating the forward plane, dipping the tail planes at the same time, the ingenious the ground amid the shouts of the and night was on. "Vfhat had been consid- ered almost impossible was being ac- complished and right before their very eyes. The weather was almost perfect, only a very slight breeze blowing from the northwest, and the Its propeller going at high, speed, soared away ,to the north over the entrance. Turning there to the left, Ely began to circle the field from left to right, or in the same di- rection aa is followed in racing. Dur- ing the first flight he kept for the DOit part at a distance of about four hundred feet above the ground. Ev- erything eeemed to be in good wprk- ng order, and the large machine pass- ing overhead droned like a great partridge. The turns were all made it the same speed as used in the straight parts of the flight, the plane flipping in much the same manner as a bird. For seven mtnutet he remain- ed In the air, and then people began to Bonder how he going to get hack to terra firma again without breaking to plerei This part of the exhibition perhaps the mott thrilling moment of the day. The Infinite care which had to he token In order to bring the machine Into the proper position to land in the same place KB that from which the start was made vas fulu appre- ciated by tho crowd. In orjrler to ac- compliih purpose J3ly iwung the mactitne well to the and coming In from -the eouth, on a straightaway course began to dip well he saw that the machine was righted for a landing, the motor was iurifed off, and gradually the biplane sank, skimming close to the. ground, until the wheels, hit the. ground, racing a- long and gradually, slackening, till it came to a full stop in almost the ex- act spot from which it had left the ground seven minutes before. The crowd cheered lustily at this point, for this was a realization of their expectations. The flight had passed off without a hitch and a wave of satisfaction passed over the assemblage that they, the people of Lethbridge, had seen one of the most successful aeroplane flights ever wit- nessed in Canada, and the first reallv successful one ever staged in The Herald man had an.opportunity j to talk to the famous aviator after] the first flight, and found him calmly smoking in the-.shade planes, as though .he had performed nothing -out of the ordinary. Asked as to.the weather conditions, which leople ordinarily considered ideal, Sly said that the air was This was a one, and an explana ion of the term was asked for. he said, "the air is" full of loles." This .was worse than the other one ,ml further explanation "was needed. "You he explained, "the air is ust like water. Sometimes, it carries he machine.up, and at other times i Tops as jf it were going into a nig ole, just the same as a ship drops tiio the trough of a wave. The air s very warm today, and Ja, therefore ising. But there is water over there nti over there (pointing to the .cast ml and wheievei 'there ii 'ater, there the air is cooler, and here is a downward current. In uch places the biplane drops, while i the warm spots it.jumps up. It Ives one a rather, peculiar sensation hen you hit one of these holes, and ie bottom seems -to have fallen out f things." "Can that be overcome you see, it is impossible to mooth the water for' ships, and in he same way it would be rather hard smooth the air. for, a biplane. It the heavy ship. which rides the ares" without Jumping. An aeroplane iiisl, of necessity; be very light, so tat it can't he overcome in that way, person must watch very closely, and 'nrcome these tresclieroiis currents V the proper manipulation of the snes." Ely utated that he was not feeling p to the mark, halving, gone without till late In the morning, but nld that he would try to make an- her good flight. He tnsptcUd the nunhine closely, while the mechant- tightened a stay hero and loos- cooling in the meanwhile, and in ab- out twenty was in readings for another, flight. At 3.21 "the second, flight commenc- ed, from the same place and in exact- ly the same manner. This time on leaving the grounds, he flew far out over the. entrance, gate .toward the city, and returning circled about at will. At times lie would" dip and it would appear that he was going to land among the crowd. Then the ma- chine would rise and turn, at every moment under perfect control. In 'the second flight he stayed up in the air for nearly thirteen minutes, flying at what would be considered about' forty miles 'an hourl .The us- ual speed., used was about the same as that made by the ordinary passen- ger train, although on the curves it would be-somewhat slower. The landing was ag- ain from the southeast, and with the utmost precision. Immediately the second landing was made, .the ma- chine was taken from the niucii- to the disappointment of the crowd, flight. who had expected a third Those who had been present for both flights were satisfied, but a great many had just arrived in time for the second, therefore, disappointcii. However, the cxhibi Be Sagacious PROMPTITUDE is what is required when yon ened one there, bring.tig the planes jwfcct glance. The niolor was become troubled DIARRHOEA. DYSENTERY, COLIC, STOMACH CRAMPS, CHOLERA MORBUS, SUHHER COHPLAINT, OR ANY LOOSENESS OF THE BOWELS COMPREHEND that for over 65 years DR. FOWLER'S Extract of Wild Strawberry hat been used in thquoandi! of .families for all these complainti, and we yet to hear of a COM It bu aot cund. Who yon go to, your .Iruggirt or dealer and they try to give you one of the cheap substitutes, intlut on buying Fowler's" givaii you, Price Sue. See that T. Milbarn Co npnfHTA on the wrapper, we ara the solo tlon was a thrilling: one, and a good one from every standpoint, .while it afforded the opportunity-for the or- dinary, layman to educate himself on some of the .practices of-aeronautics which are attracting so much atten- tion in. the scientific world today. While the frail locking 'machine was being taken from the grounds a great number: took advantage of the opportunity offered to make an ex- amination ot r... Peing the same ma- chine as was used by Mr El) to ef- .fect a landing.on the deck of the bat- tleship Pennsjhania after a flight from San Francisco.harbor during the spring. It attracted much attention. The ftaiitv of the aeiophme was what seemed the .most peculiar thing .ab- out it, as, outside of the engine an'd tile two heavy pieces of wood which form the main centralpart of the fiame, there nothing at all heaij or cumbersome about it. The planes are simply double canvas, held in lilace bj cioss bars about the of the ordlnarj bamboo fishing (rale, and stronglj cross-braced wire staj s, "iiicn could be adjusted to anj length In simplv turning a screw where they