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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, JULY Trans-Canada Route Air Stations Being i i RJ i Picked; Money i v OTTAWA, July Cana- dian places will, shortly have been marked out for crosscountry air Bights in Canada, alter, which time it will be an 1 easy matter for an airman to Diamond City and Coalhurst Officers Installed By D. D. G. M. Covell 15th-.brought a very successtul'term of Iha'Dla- uioinl City lodge, by a Joint Installa- tion of Diamond City No. 71 and Coallmrsl lodge No- 105, I.O.O.F. The installing ceremonies were presided over by D.D.G.M.. Bro. E. Covell, of Lctlibridge lodge No. 2. The following officers were Install- ed Diamond City Bro. A. Bryant; W. Miller; V.G, liro. J. Simpson; R.S.N.C., Bro. A. lirvant; L.S.N.G., Bro. J. Barrie; R.S. IV.G., Bro. A. Norman; b.S.V.G., Bro. I J. Davis; Con., Bro. W. Ward; War- iden, Bro. F. Treas., Bro. JW. G. Ward; Bereford; i Chaplain, .Brp. T. Crott; 1.0., Bro. R. I Wilsoncrort; O.G., Bro. T, n. IS.S., Bro. A. Manning; Bro. W. Mcllrby; Organist, Bro. E. Bereford. i Coalburst Bro. Nes- fbitt; V.G, :Bfo. D. McCueple; V.G, Keith; Bro. IXG., Bro. Snow; Bro. Pear- L.S.V.G, Bro, McCrea; Conv Bro. r i Treas., Sec., Bro. Phillips; Bro. McDou- '1 WilloirsV B.S.V !jal; I.e.; Bro.'Mc'Pherson; :'Bro. Hay. I The installing officer's team consist- ed of Bro. E..Covell, P.G., Letbbridge No. 2; "Marshall. Bro. White, P.G., Lethbridge No. 53; War- den, Bro.. JP.G, LethtridKe leave, say, Halifax ind have his route, charted through to the op- posite side of the Dominion, with landing-places marked on his map t at distances of ubout 50 miles apart, so that he will know where to strifca for If a forced landing Is imminent. Capt. Drummond, of the air board staff, tas'jusl com- pleted a survey of the country be- ttrcea-WJunlpeg and Sudbury lo- cating suitable airdrome and land- ing sites to be charted for cross- country the' loca-: lions Captain Drummond travelled by Canadian Nations) railways to-' Hearst and by 'Grand Trunk. The are marked along these lines of railway which will be followed by airmen in their first attempts. Jl Is expected that flying will be. in progress at all. four the air hoard 'a stations' iri'Cauaila by 'the middle of August.7 The sta-: lion at Vancouver is now in the courso_of .construction' and ma-., chines are 'on their' way. cbanicg are on the ground at Mor- ley, Alberta, and machines for use there are going forward at once. 'Rockcliffe hangar will be' opened next Camp Bor- den Is already the scene of some military flying. Classes at the latter camp will begin as soon as the necessary regulations have been approved by cabinet council. SIFTON FOR THE SENATE A Toronto Globe and Ottawa dispatch says: Hon. J. D. Reid Is believed to be intended for one of the Ontario Senate vac- aadfs when te returns to the Pacific and Hon. 'A.-L.. Sifton eUeu the Al- Iwrta vacancy. 6U the place' left viwrt by the death t-> of Senator Dennis, the names most commoniv heard, are those of Mr. Hector Jlclones. K. C, t, tad Mr. John Stanfield, member for Colchester, and former Conservative Whip. v [kee Cent Jump In Sugar Prices MONTREAL, Jlily The board of trade Issues a bulletin announcing Increase In the price of t" of from J21.00 to All Can- adian rtfinerUt except the St. Lawrence Reflntry have Joined In the Increite. 5 or 6 Years of Misery'from Goitre, Gu-Sohro Rfr- moved It or woman, who, htfs Weak, tiin women nearly'always.nervous wrecks; thus proving 'conclusively that1 thin- ness, weakness, debility and nenraj- thenla are almost invariably doe to Mrs' Lower when elio heard of Gu- Solve It mil be a: happy day for .you'when you decide to get rid of your goitre for ever. "Dear now take ranch-plea sure In writing >ou to thank TOU. for Gu-Solvo. It sure is a wonderful medicine and 1 sure can give it a gre'at recommendation, as it certamlv has done wonders for neck which is progreptag Just 1 can scr a Kg chance since 1 commenced tal- ing it The two bottles have taken it prevty nearh I am at the third (3) bottle now, whk'b. is tak ing it completely out ot my system I have gained in weight since taking it' and the trouble which has been making life miserable for me.for.the ast live (5) or sii (C) years, has.been No, hurai i. Sec, Bro. Mcteod, P.G., .rat Abernethj; Coalhurst No. 105; I- Bro. I Tiller, PV.G., No; 71. 'The Burnett "was also present, and'gave a yery inspiring talk J iffie .'iKstailatiim; 'the.'.brO; j.thers ;eujoyed -.the-usual banquet- v Speeches brought, to a.-mostiBiSScesstnl aaJ enjoy able ere- BmiaenI, specialists state" that' one of the best'.things frr the nerves is an organic .phosphate known- -among druggists as Bitro-Phopshate, a [ive- graln tablet or which should oe taken with a genuine nerve builder stimuJaiit.T7orJhabIt- formihg drug, can be .safely taken by the most delicate suf- ferer, iti use simply" aatonishingj', By Etrengthening- the 'weak, tired people regain vigor; to plifSipngss cnrveSiTsIeepireturns to'the confidence ah'afch'eer- -ajfd 'iglo6m; iuil eyes.becomerbrjght sunken cheeks regain tho pink glow of heallh. the of-which alEOirronder- fully assimilation ot food, so much, so, that many people report.marked'gains of weight jn_a few weeks. Those taking itwho'do not desira-to pntoifJlesh, should use eitra care-in avoiding fa_t-producing foods Former Miners' 0. B.U.; napping is Condemned neck, pain a lot, anil I was very nenous much so, that the slamming of a doo would make me terribly upset, and good night's .sleep was .out.' of th question. I .would certainly get ou ot bed the ntit morning feeling mor tired anil -ivora out than 1 did th night before: Then' I decided to giv Gu-Slovo n trial, and it .Is the. hones truth, 1 commenced to feel belter, be fore I had taken all of-lhe first (I bottle of your wonderful medicine, an my condition just keptgetting bette .until, I am now better 1 ever wa in'th) iffe T have got-bait all m strength can easilv db-my hdusenor' ify ne-vcs are in and J can now sleep a Lail It is'siaply wonderful-lie way 1 hav gained in fact I just fee' fine all ih time; ;'As long as "I live I will .neve loss aa orpor'nuity to ?ay a goo. word forr. Gu-Solvo." Thanking yo again, sincerely yours, Mrs. Wm. Low err Ontario Gu-Solro is sold in Lethbridxe 1) J. D. Co.. ltd. Monk 43 Scott St.? Toronto Ont. July "Tie kidnap. i. ping" of W-. Christophers j formerly President of District No. 18, U.'M.'W. cf A: and now OneBiE.TJn- .lon organizer, who three weeks ago was conveyed'in an 'automobile 'from Bienfait, Sask. to' the United States side of the harder and told not to re-. turn on pain p! being and ji leathered, -was condemned by a mass njeeting here this afternoon under the auspices, of the Winnipeg labor de- fence committee After hearing the reporU of H'. I Cotterel and J- S. Woodswbrth, who 1 had gone to the district and Investi- gated the the meeting passed a resolution condemning .the "whole business of the police interfer- ing with the workers' activities and Vfefiuing to do their "duty In protaotlng I the workers as agalcsl those tricks by capitalists A special committee was formed to "secure' justice for the workers In the Bienfait district The business agent of the One Big Bunion reported .that In Bienfait, T.iy ;lprlowTi and oth'er villag'es in the dla ,tflct he, had been shadowed by mount i ed and provincial police. He had been forced to hold meetings in the bush. j He -flsserted things 'had come to a terrible pass when that was the stati .ot affairs in a. Canadian district. F, J. Dlion, M. L. Al, was chairman of the meeting. LETHBRtDGE NORTHERN OFFICIALS T6 -SEE CABINET Trustee George Chew will leave to night where he will joi ;Major Muckleston, chief engineer o Lethbridge Northern Irrigatio project They will then proceed t {Edmontbn to ..Interview members o tie provincial government on matter affecting He affairs of the IrrJgatlo district. MOTORISTS CROSSING TO U.S. NEED A PERMIT I ard 1 1.19 Towels! !i It Is almost to h'ave loo many towels, hut" It is very easy to wait and more money for them liter on. Wo are well prepared with a splendid clock-of English goods In all prices. Wo expect tho present slock to.last about an- other six weeks when'we shall comn to a newer hatch .of merchandise at higher prices. LARGE SIZE WHITE TURKS TREPE DE CHINE 1 In beau'HCn! ;sliatles; of'eand, rose (.hampajaiic and jmttv irlre ?'00 For this weeV only, yard End of Season Clear- ance of 'Remnants at and pair. BROWN TURKS pair. All worth much more today. Tlieee Include silks, dress goijrls, voiles, muslins, prints, ginghams, linings, towellings cottons. All marked about PRICE. TABLE LINEN If you require ariythlng In taMp linen gel II now and get It at the "Bay." carry Iho slock and'Have the finest prices. All Irish gooils and fully guaranteed. Tablecloths at, each Napkins, to'match, per dozen Our. Prices Are Rock Bottom on Thcso Goods. Pillow Slip Special BO only. High class ptl- slips, size 42, Fine cotton, no filling. Worth each, nn Our 1'ricc, each Ladies' Hoiiery In all sizes and shades, Ten- man's, raako. It pays lo buy tho best. Thbso'are "fully lit guaranteed al. pair 1 o 1D Just a Word to the Mid-Summer or Bride-Here's Your (lance To Fui'nish Your Home .With Lovely Carpets and Rugs at Greatly Reduced 'Prices. One Table of in Viery Good Patterns and All Widths, Wednesday Morning ht Half Price. 1 onlj Oft b> 10ft bin Regular PO 00 Pft bale Silo J onh Oft bj Gin Wilton lleguliir 3 onli tft 9m bj 9ft "Wiltons Regular ?5000 and ?0 S.Uo 1 onl) 9in In 1ft 6in iOft 6 in Asumisl-r Kt's Hegalar Sale 1 Qll.v 9ft SC'JOIJ Salo 2 oulj, Jtt 6111 bv fit Cm Axmmster Riga Regular ?25 00 bale 1 oii'j 'Jli. 6m Brussels Hug Hognlar 5o2 00 Cft 51} bj Oft Brussels' flug RcguUr ?1S75' Sale There are a few others that we not goi the space to itemize lhat will pay you well to Investlgato. A Line of Dress Accessories at Really Remarkable Prices i Maribou Stoles fcfr 'Spring 'and Summer Wear To the woman who roust have something smart in the wa> of neckwear these maribou stoles apireal The feath ers: bixe. a 'and', can lie had in natural. natural and while, taupfv.b'aUleship'igrey arid 'Mack. The stole is lined with silk and fastened Tufli a silk pom pom eitla 00 foi Dainty Camisoles Sale Priced at These are regular and tiken from oiir a'ud .marked for quick arc irili'de' in a fine have loft out bust pretty lace yokes and silk shoulder slraps; oth- ers ooine with lace shoulder slraps, fin- ished with inseta aud ihserlion or tritnmGd" with satin'bowa or i al Women's Drawers Tight ami 'lon-e knee styles, in a fiuu .clastic knit. litigular for 75c liar Hr is sieres Scores of them, all nfx Ijan- deaux models. Back or Ironl fastening. Fine quality flesh pink materials, in sizes 32 lo M. 98c' Envelope Combinations Regular ?375 and value at, suit This selection of pretty enveloilo the mJ05 Is toti great to in detail. Sb'inany, nfolly-'Bty les from which to choose arid they'ro all going at {263 The -materials are fine inulla. IjHtiates. muslins nainsooks and lawns in colors 'oE flesh, white or pink, and trimmings of fine lacesrl'rehch knots, medallions.- Sizes 35 to 42 f Corsets Specially Priced 103, PA IBS dF CORSETS fr per V t> ojd bUcU iuii broken lines In r C and D rtaflced for