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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY.-.lULY 2ft, 1018 LETIIBRIUGK DAILY liEHAii-;.^ IN THE COOL 0)^ THE EVEtSlNG.' ; : * ? : �: >  >  In tlK) tiool of llio ovciiliKj, whon tlic low BweKt. wlilspcis Wiiknn, � When tho.lnlitii-crH Itirn tlicni hosiio-unnl, iiiitl Uiu woiiry iinvii tllclr will; AVheii the censors of tlicrnsoa o'ftr I ho forest ainios nru'shsiUon. I6 IL but tlic* wind ilmi coiiioth o'or (ho far BrotJn hill?  Tor Uiey say 'Ub uiii im; flunaol wliiils ; /{J|uit. !tV9U,4ti'' tiirpu�l! tliy heather, | Ttil%ue' all llio nioadow Kl'nsH ancl' bond tliu (lowy fern; d'hoy any 'Us bul tho wIikIh tliat how the roeda in prnyur-totTelher. And fill tho shnlicn ponin with fli'o along tho shadov.y burn. the and lovod with paflHion Hllll. I lush! . . . tho frlnRO of IiIh par-� .incnt. In tho fading G'lUlcn glory, Boftly rustllnB an ho comolh, o'or tho far grcon hill. .-Alfred Noyes. IN � * � 4 � > � Mr, and Mra. A. 0.' Baalim entertained a few friends at a delightful tea on Friday afternoon in honor of Miss Stinson and Lieut. Charles Kerr. Among tho gnoflta preaent were nr. and Mrs. G. W. Leech, Mr. and Mra. I''. E. Spooncr and Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Wllklo. ft * * The Mlasos Hanrahan entertained Informally on Saturday evening in honor of Mrs. James Fleming of Chatham, Ontario. ft ft ft : CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? ,;. .> .> .: .: .> .> � > � .> There wlil be no meeting ot tho Nursing Mission Uoard on Monday next. It Is important that every member ot tho board do their collecting aa usual. They are kindly requested to liant! tho same to the treasurer, Mrs. McClure.  � ft : : : * � : :>:� o �� 4 � o .:� i. 4, .> .;. .j UOLNY-AUGUST . On Thursday, July 25, Miss Nellie August and Mr. Joe Bolny, both of Coalhnrat, were united in marriage at the home of the ofllciating pastor. Rev. Oliver L. Curtis. Mr. and Mrs. Holny will make their home In CQalhurat. M ft ft A .% > c,, > > .;. {. {. : GENERAL After two years service with the C. A. M. C, Roberta McAdama, .Canada's lirat woman M. L. A., has resigned to nndortake organization work for the Khaki University at London headquar-tcra under President Tory. Makes Two Perfect Flights and Receives PlaudiLs of Thousand.s It was a very pleased f.iir rrowd in tho city on Saturday wlimi ii was definitely announced .at noon thai Misa Katherino Stinson, the litiU? 22-year old girl aviator, would � arry out her original program of :i 11 (�moon and evening flIghlH-"aiid tli" -.ime crowd Wan just as pleased ait'r .Miss Stinson had completed hii I'xlilbltlons. "The lady that fllca a bird," aa one'typlcal old squaw '-iil'd her after her flight "thrilled bh; (lowils both afternoon and evening, .iiul endeared herself to the hearts of llii' people of Sunny Southern Albert;) jumi as she has become .1 popular fair cniwd favorite at Colgary aiid Edmonton. First Flight Miss Stinson'a first (liclit commenced at iJi'i. During tho altirimon, immediately after the fllglitu were decided, tho big 100-horse pdwim- Cnrtias biplane was set up ready Utr action. Tho tako-off for the lir.si IliKht was mado from th? centre licld from tho aouth towarda, tho north into the teeth ot the stiff breeze wliiih was blowing. Tho machine (ilmbod rapidly, passing over the n^aln building and circled towards the 'liy. Umn back over the grounds. For niiio minutes Miss Stinson remained aloft, banking and diving, and doing a niinibcr ot fltunts which pleased the rrowd immensely. Near the closo of the flight she swooped down and Hew directly In front of the grandsiaiid so that those in the stand could Kee her plainly in the fuselage of tlie nuuhino. A cheer went up from the stand. Around the grounds and away off to tho south again. Miss Stinsnii turned and coming back directly over the racing atahlos she made a very smooth landing at 5.04. Tho crowd Immediately aurgod on the mldflold cheering. Miss Stlnaon was escorted to the platform to pay hor rospocts to her audience amidst vociferous applause. Evc.ning Flight In the evening tho (light commenced at one minute to nine, the takeoff being from tho north to the aoiUh with no wind. During this flight Miss Stinson made many sharp banks ami dives of a thrilling nature, and was warmly greeted whon she mado her dOBcfint at it.08. She was presented to IhiB crowd at the stand, and also made the recipient of a boaiillful buu-quot from Supt, Penncfallier of tho rabi'ihtod police. On hor return to inld-fteld a number ot Indiana, who were the moat Intoi-eated of the siieclaiora. crowded round her. One old Indian lady with a papoose on her back came up and shook hands, saying In Indian. ''Yob are a nice looking girl." An old Indian translated the remark which brought a amllo to Miss Stinson's face. The squaw then aald something �abbut Miss Stinson being the little la*y that flios like a bird ami was made the recipient in return ot a few flo'Vyora from Ihe little birdwoman's bbuquct. There was one liajipy a(iuaw on the grounds. To Tho Herald atterwanls Miss Stinson declared the air was lovely. There were no cross currents and no bumps. In the afternoon the wind did not bother her, but helped greatly to climb; The flights were both made at a height, of about lOon feet and were plainly visible rrnni the stands. Many people also climbed to the lopa of the Inilldlngs downtown to get a view of the flights. From Letlibrldge Miss Stlnaon goes to Red Deer, where sho will fly at the fair, and then across country to the Camrosn fair. Then cornea Winnipeg, and then to tho States to her old home aouth ot the Mason and Dixon line. She hopes to| be able to make the flight from Win nipeg to Chicago. DR. WILKIE, AN AUTHORITY ON INDIA TO SPEAK HERE Addresses Rotary Club Tohight and Public Meeting in Knox Church Tuesday Night The first woman probation oflficer jn connection with the juvenile court has boon appointed in Manitoba by the department ot education. The appointee ia Mr.^. Helen Proctor, matron ot the Children'a Home on Academy road. She will take up hor duties on Auguat 1. Sho will look after girl'cases which como up and may also Inspect foster homos, according to a statement made today by Hon. R. S. Thornton, minister of education. Mra. Proctor has worked among children for eleven years, nine of which have been spent In the Children's Home as matron where she has been mothering an average ot 180 children a day, and two years in tho Children's Shelter on Mayfair avenue. During these two years sho discharged the duties ot a police woman, attending cases affecting young girls and children. : -c* : ? > : ? : PICKED UP IN PROCTOR. ? .;. i> > y yard, covering it with  Biyfkd of tiny wrinkles, till the lake is talllcy pmerald while tba rtsl still aleapa. And at length the whole is eslir and the euncalbbesitand Lake Loiilie is a w eb oflaughtcr, tba opal dlstillaUon cf all Ibia, buds of 4U the Spring." In the Heart of th� CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES Rides, drives,'Alpiha climb* ing with Swiaa guides, trail* to Laket tha cloads, boat* ing, metropolitan cnlslna.. Get to know Canada bettac>> ASK FOR RSaORT TOOR NOt V , , ^ ReaMonqbhRatt* � There's Pure Nutrition and Body-Building � NqurisHrnent in Grystad Dairy Milk Pure milk is absolutely necessary to the up-building of children's health. They should be urged to'drink it freely, and o{l;en. It is the most beneficial food for babies and growing children. Our milk is absolutely free from impurities and adulterations. It is bottled by scientific methods ,in a hygienic dairy and is clarified and pasteurized. ORDER IT DELIVERED TO YOUR HOUSE EVERY MORNING....... in the dit^ (tburcbee Knox Chtirch-Rev.'Dr, 'Wllklo, missionary from India who, is retiirnlnE to Ipdla after his furlough, wljl ad-dresB a meeting in Knox church on Tuesday at 8 o'cloolc. There will be no regular meeting of.the Ladles'.Aid but collectors for systematic giving >\'tll caU during the week as usual. St. Mary's Church.-Wednesday at 7.}5,.Boy Scouts; Wednesday at 8.30, a parish meeting for the eectlon ,ot three vestrymen. Thursday at 3 p.m., f-G. A. Friday at 8, Intercession service. During the month of Auguat there~"-wiU be 11 o'clock services ,at St, Auguatin'8 and evening services,at. St. Mary's as both Canon ^urrel-'Wrlghf and Canon McMillan are, hut of town. I Christian Church-Wodnesday at 8, prayer meeting at the dliuroh; the inied Cross sowing wilt bo at the home ',ot Mrs. C,"s; "Farrow oi^ Wedflesday. HiBtead'b't' viicHi afternooii. ' ChplstlaW^feelsdce-WedneBday at 8, regular weeV.lv (/iittimonv �',�i'fn#i THE MOTION PICTURE TRIUMPHibiT THE SANCTITY AND DUTIES OF This U nq sensational photoplay. It it rather an educatiohal film, showing what eve ry woman should know about the mystery of life. No plot, no professional players, nb faked, scenes-just life, real, pulsing red blooded life. It means ''WISER WOMEN AND BETTER BABIES." Z Nights 'Starting Admission-50c ai^ seat. July 29 O^ce Ni'dk^ at 8.^6^ CHILDREN IN ARMS AOMITTBO, ;