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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1018 lifcTHBHIIXJE DAILY MILADI C IN THE COOL OF TtfE In tho cool of tho the low whispers Whon the turn them home anil the weary have liiclr will 1 When the censors of the Aisles la but theVwlmi that Cometh odr the far groftn hill For they soy Us bin tno atfnsetwinds wrptigh the meadow Kfass and bond the dowy fern They say tis the winds that how the roeds in ptttyer And fill tho shaken poolo with fire along the shadowy tho beauty of jtae in the garden thnt They have Veiled his JovalV vesture with the darkness of a name jTh rough his through his gar It is tint the wind that moveth No more the the miracle thp In the coolpftihe when the sky is Slowly loved with rpasslori lUiih thefillnge Of his gar In the fndlrjf solflen rustling an oer tho far greon PERSONAL SOCIAL NERVOUS May be Overcome by Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Compound This Letter Proves It West During the thirty years I hove been I have been in bad health nnd had several at tacks of nervous prostration until it seemed as if the organs in my whole body w e r o worn I was finally persuaded to try Pinkhnms pound atidiit1 made a well womnn I can now do oil my housework and advise ell ailing women try Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound and I willguarantee they derive great bnpeht from FRANK FITZGER 25 41at thousands of wqmon every where in Mm t itpgcralds suffering from nnd other symptoms of a functional It was a grateful spirit for health restored which led her to write this letter so that other women may benefit from her experience and find health as she has For suggestions in regard to your con dition write Lydia Pinkham Medicine The result of their 40 years experience is at your Miss Kva Smith spent Slampoda W0pk with hor 5tli Master Hume Lothbrldge of Calgary viHitliiR his Miss Agnoyv for a short Miss Mable Johnstono of Regine is visiting her Ily a fc John Wilkie has arrived rityatul IH tho guest of and IIiiRh riobson oir Saturday for Canning wlio Has been visiting with her daughter Arthur Barns ley for several has returned to her homo in A a Walters has returned from visiting in Moose Miss Katherlne Stinson has left the city for Ilecl w Canon and MurrclWrlght and family left this morning to visit at the McKillop and Miss Helen McKillop have returned from visiting in r w Canon and McMlilen and Miss Hilda McMillen have left to spend a holiday at the ta and F and Wllmot and Caughty who have been the guests of and the returned to their homes in Bow Island 8710 104th street has as her guests her Young of and her sister Jackson of Medicine HaL Miss Kate Canutt of Wash who broke her leg during stam pede is confined to the Gait Bruce and David son have returned from where they have been marking exam ination a There were over one hundred chllf dren In the Rotary Club Nursery last Leslie MacKay of Drumhel ler nnd George MacKay of Van who have been visiting with MacKay and MacKay In the city during the motored to Calgary yesterday accompanied by MacKays father and little and enter tained a few friends at a delightful tea on Friday afternoon In honor of Miss Stlnson and Charles Among the guests present were and and Spooner and and The Misses Hanrahan entertained Informally on Saturday evening In honor of James Fleming of CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES 4 4 There will bo no meeting of the Nursing Mission Board on Monday It Is important that every mem ber of the board do their collecting as They are kindly requested to hunt the same to the WEDDINGS i On July Miss Nellie August and Joe both of were united in marriage at the home of the officiating Oliver and Bolny will make their home in CROWD SATURDAY Makes Two Perfect Flights and Receives Plaudits of Thousands It was a very pleased fair crowd In the city on Saturday wlion it was def initely announced at noon that Miss Katherlne the lliiin 22ynar old girl would clrry out her original program of afternoon and evening tho samc crowd Was just as pleased Miss Stin son hafl completed her The lady that flies like as onBtypltnl old squaw cnlhil her after her flight thrilled bis rrowds both afternoon and and endeared herself to of lie people of Sunny Southern Alberta as she has become a popular fair crowd fav orite at Calgary aiid Firat Flight Miss Stlnsons first fliRlit commenc ed at During the Im mediately after the flights wore decid the big 100horse power Curtlss biplane was set up ready for The takeoff for the first flight was made from the centre field from the south the north into the teeth of the stiff breeze which was The machine climbed rapid passing over the rjain building and circled towards then back over the For nine minutes Miss Stlnson remained banking and and dpldg a number of stunts which pleased the crowd im Near the close of the flight she swooped down and flew directly in front of the grandstand so that those in the standcould SRC her plain ly in tHe fuselage of the A cheer went up from the Around the grounds and away off to the south Miss Stinson turned and coming back directly over the racing GENERAL After two years service with the Roberta drat woman has resigned to undertake organization work for the Khaki University at London headquar ters under President The ilrst woman probation officer Jn connection with the juvenile court has been appointed in Manitoba by the de partment of The appointee is Helen matron of the Childrens Homo on Academy She will take up her duties on August She will look after girlcases which come up and may also inspect foster according to a statement made today by minis ter of Proctor has worked among children for eleven nine of which have been spent in the Chll drens Home as matron where she has been mothering an average of 180 children a and two years in the Childrens Shelter on Mayfalr During these two years she discharged the duties of a police attend ing cases affecting young girls and PICKED UP IN v That Proctor is the fashionable Theres Pure Nutrition and BodyBuilding ih Crysiail Dairy Milk Pure milk is absolutely necessary to the upbuilding of childrens They should be urged to drink it and It is the most beneficial food for babies and growing Our milk is absolutely free from impurities and It is bottled by scientific methods a hygienic dairy and is clarified and ORDER IT DELIVERED TO YOUR HOUSE EVERY The CRYSTAL DAIRY PHONE 1576 summer resort for Lethbridge people is evidenced by the great number from who aije holidaying there this They have proved their ap preciation of the beautiful by choos ing situated ns It is among magnificent mountain scenery near the junction of the Knuienay River and Kootenay Lake and livened up by the daily passage of the picturesque lake A at Proctor shows residents of Lethbridge taking a wellearned holi day at every variety of The early birds are looking for the worm the shape of lake the late risers are boating or taking a dip in the lake which though cold in the centre has many warm the ener getic ones put in the day at mountain climbing others again enjoying the scenery by painting and many beautiful specimens in that line have been made there thi season by local Bon or the popular evenljig But even here one cannot forget the Just opposite Proctor isthe splendid Ealfour Sanitarium will some 80 almost every little home that dots the the father or son Is never to The women are taking their and clad in overalls doing the duties of the farm energetically sometimes Here are op portunities for and many Lethbridge people have been helping In the cherry picking which has been very heavy this year and which is just it is interesting to note the share the women in the Kootenays are taking in the drying of fruits for win ter thus doing their part in the conservation of Among the Lethbridge visitors at Proctor are included Bry her two children and mother Misses Helen and Kathleen R Miss Marjorie Mathews and Albert Nimmons Misses Beryl and Mildred Nlmmone Miss Vera formerly ol Lethbridge and now of and Others who have taken cottages in the vicinity ol Misses Buchanan Maynard anc Ihree Robinson Jim and Miss Maisie Bow Martin and child M4ss Attree is also a frequen vistor there having her home a Queens in the Chuichee Knox mis sionary from India IB returning lAdla tetter his will ad Jresn a meeting in Knox church 01 Tuesday at 8 There will b no regular meeting of the Ladies Aid but collectors for systematic giving will cay during the week Marys a Scouts Wednesday at a parish meeting for the eectloii o three Thursday at 3 Friday at intercession ser During the month of Auguu there will be 11 oclock services a Augustina und evening services a Marys as both Canon Murrel Canon McAflllan are bu of ChrUtlan at 8 prayer at the church the Red Cross sewing will be at the horat ot Farrow oiv instead FtidaV at I veeVlv stahloR she made a very smooth land Ing at Tho Immediately surged on the mldfleld Miss Stlnson was escorted to tho platform to pay her respects to her audience amidst vociferous Evening Flight In tho evening the flight rnmmtmc od at one minute to the takeoff being from the north to the south with no During this flight Miss Stlnson made many sharp banks and dives of n thrilling and was warmly greeted when she made her descent at She was presented toithe crowd at the and also made the recipient of a beautiful hou Pennefathcr of the rnSfihtod On her return to mid a number of who were themost Interested of the crowded round One old Indian a papoose on her bark came up and shook saying In Too are a nice looking An old mjlfyi translated the remark which rought a smile to Miss Stinsons ace The squaw then said something til Miss Stlnson being the little ythat flies like a bird and was rialle the recipient in return of a few lowers from the llltlo blrdwomans There was one happy squaw in the To The Herald afterwards Miss 3tlrison declared the air was hern were no cross currents and no In the afternoon the wind lid not bother but helped greatly o The flights were both made at a about 1000 feel and vere visible rrom the rtany peopls also climbed to the lops f the buildings downtown to get a lew of tho From Lethbrldge Miss Stlnson goes tp Red where he will fly at the and then across ountry to the Camrose Then monies and then to the States to her old home south of the Vlason and Dlxon She hopes to be able to make the flight from Win ilpeg to AN TO SPEAK HERE Addresses Rotary Club Tonight and Public Meeting in Knox Church Tuesday Night who for 41 years has fought tho battles of the mission ary in and who Is now recogniz ed as an authority on Indian affairs by civil and military reached the city this afternoon to flpond several days as the guest of his Wilkie will ad dress tho Rotary Club this evening at and will speak at a public meet ing in Knox Tuesday evening at The story he Will have to tell to the people of Lethbrldge will bo n most entertaining and instruc tive When Wilkie went first to In dia ho wan arrested and spent some time In jail for his activities In trying to introduce the Whenhe wte a young to tdr Ten years later she returned to Canada on bringing with her family of five Four of these she left in returning to India with the Wilkie was the first to Intro duce modern farming machinery Into central In while attend ing the dry farming congress at heth he was presented three complete sets of MasseyHarrls farm machinery which he took back tb In lia with Last year he was sent south to TO GIVE SUPPLIES July offi cial organ of the Siberia govern ment published at Ormtk that on July Japan had granted to the Siberian government a loan of sterling for the formation of a strong In re turn undertakes to sup ply Japanese troops which arrive there with It is announced that the Siberian government is carrying on negotiations with LEHEllYBE SENT 1ECT Prlrvate correspondence for destin ations in territory occupied by the en enemy occupied Bel giun and the enemy occnpiad parts of now be addressed dir ect in the ordinary way Instead of being forwarded through an authoriz ed correspond must only deal with private news and will be subject to Items which contain any information Whatever in regard to economic or political condit ions obtaining in Canada or in any allied countries or which contain un desirable information of any kind will be Business communications from Can ada to destinations in territory which has been certified enemy territory un der the Trading With the Enemy Proclamation require a license from the of State for Correspondence intended for destin ations in enemy countries as distinct from enemy occupied territory of to those destinations In enemy occupied and enemy occupied France to which correspondence may be for may still pe sent through the medium of Cook ft 530 Catharine Ap plication should be made to Cook for in this INTESTINAL PARALYSIS FruMtts Rellived This Chronic TnwM 589 CASGKAIN In my no other medicine is so curative for Constipation and Indigestion as I was a snlTcrer from these com plaints for flvn and my fcertcntary brought about n kind of Intestinal Paralysis t with nasty belching drowsiness after and pain in tho I try and now for six months I have been 6 for trial At all dealers or sent postpaid by Trinidad by the British government to investigate the coolie Wllkle should he heard by large crowds in during Jiis stay SETTLEMENT NO CLOSER settlement of the postal employes strike In Ooaat cities seems no closer seven days accunjulajtiori of mall is now stored In the Vancou ver post office Postmaster fdllowing instruction restore the mall had three workers sorting let ters early this women and one It is understood that no effort will be made to deliver I I Amid Swiss scenes inthaCanadUui Pacific dows framing tniflion dollAr picturef of peaks aod lacters In tho fa BMity bmiri iu nwrty M mortal M ehttuuf beyond to always dlftarant gMMIi TfttO wind cwaM to disunea and t tiny till the Jitnilk lid at length is anc of opal In Heart of CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES drivH climb ing with SwiM traili to LakM IA metropolitan Get to know Canada better ASK FOR RESORT FOR WOMEN ONLY THE MOTION PICTURE TRIUMPH ANT BIRTH THE SANCTITY AND DUTIES OF MOTHERHOOD This U no sensational It is rather an educational showing what eve ry woman should know about the mystery of No no professional no faked pulling red blooded It means WISER WOMEN AND BETTER MAJESTIC2S July 29 any Oiwt CHILDREN IN ARMS ;