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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta I 111', l'All.1 I'.UiK MNli I MILADI Phone 1224 PERSONAL JUNE v Mrs. Alcl. Suiiili. Mrs. Itowsler, Mrs. llumllloii ami Ilawdc.n in Icavlus tomorrow afternoon to attend tin- S-nllOiiil ol Women In be in Hcflna. Juno 17ih to June 2ilh. Allen Jack anil little daughter are leaving for a m'u months visit III Man7 and Ontario. MU-: A'lli Murray Ml today lo ".peild a low days In CnlKiry. Ihe (tucst of Mi? A. E. Wilson. Liciil. M. II. V. (Jariinrrof ihe 25lli "Uixl all; sweet Wilh ilciy down; all fr.ill ;iiul Witii "s a nunr-mauV Asleep wltliin a (orcil puol-. lie laid thu roie al Nature's feel, f' And someone called it June." i'ottle. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES C- v ai] alteration ill the Van llnaillMll hospital some time neo. is much iiii- Jlallillon of Vancouver Is spendinj; ft pr.n-ed in healju. but fpiv doya In Ihe clly. the guest of Mr. I loivi- the hospilal as und Mra. A. I.', llaworlh. and Mr.. A. I'. lUworlli. I ,w I ever m.'mler Jlowlfc'nl Mk'hcncv uliaclioil Id! i ih nl LrJne Jlrs. Kraux Branson, and daugnter i Geological Uepartmcnl. j J d bri a I.lla. left ou last nUlil's train ei.roul. ifml llie weekend In the clly. rctresbmem., and Im on hand al VulKOllvor. Ilicy will Jlieii'l i I -ike Pavilion a two months vaj.-ii.ilon. I CurpoiyHieo.Thnrbiirn of Uore al i.ahc aMi.uu ._ 'om., hal been'spending a cuupk Mn. Uordon.Gear, and little claup'u-.. daj-s inIhei city with his sijlcr. Mrs. ler, Audrey IcIJ locUy. fur Haley, Uickoll. s pe-.ld u few wests, wiili Mr. end J. II. Sykes. .llrs. A. C. flic-oceiie and .children oi) Friday for Anllgoillsil, Nova Ounucr Waller Sinclair'of'the :iSih where they ivill. spoud Ihc Haltcry. rclui'avHl. Overseas un 5Urompr- Saturday and IE resuming Ilia' duties wllh Ilio (Juoil .Mlm Clare toilav for Toronto and other pastern COT ii hvo rolurn Ihc flrsl Miss Dorothy Olayzor who il.ndor- r seaplane. Hill "jlth had plenty ut reserve fuel lefl. using only Ino thirds ol onr supply.- "Tho only thing that iii'iel me was In gee the machine at the end jet damaged. From above bog looked .ike a lovely field. b'Jl Lndihfne aank In It lo the ailu au-l fell over ou to. her side." First Tram Atlantic Poitman LONDON'. June 16.- I'm'. Alcock lo- iluv eililbited a Lunch 1 rain soaked letters which he I'--en asked lo mall If tbe flight was sucifiilul, sav- ins: "I am the flrsL '.rans-Atlaiilic postman." Tlie two aviators said ;npy were only once in re.ll dungor, machine w-Mil lino a lo Ihe pilot hems uuaule lo how Ihe The Canadian in 'I raining win matWne was movln; t.Icut. brown meet in Kilos icioiu this evi-n ,lolkilli{ ihe tonilia.-- iiiK :.t A full Is re-. jlile lo fi'lt-lne :im (lursled ai this is Ihe lasl mcellilE of j inmslliint was lerm. managed 10s get Cap I. Alrock lo un- Idersland the diffitnity. The m-Khine (ravelled al a rale of mi lulli'S a-i hour at limes, and Iho pillil umo found him- self drlvinn'slralghL lonard Ihc sur-1 lace o( llie ocean..He vfas near the walcr ihat he hail in -fnalch" ibe I i machine Iron] 'live no .lUickly ihat I almost looped Ihc Icoi'. lie fays ihc machine would have iTumhled up hail ii touched the waier at iln> speed ii ivas then travelling. Had Pelrol Ltd Major -Mayo, of the Aero Cluu, Inspected the biplane, which Is being guarded by soldiers, and found the seals on the. marked of ilic mach- ine intact, acconllns to wirclefs dis- naleh -received here from Cllldcn. Ire- land. In IanJIllE H'C o[ "J" centre lection vz well as ihc main jnar 'of- the lower plane were hrokcn, but the slc'el conslrucjlou of ibe fusll- ase s.ved-lhe machine from 'limner damage. The Iwo enelncs ran tmoolli- K Ihrouehoul fllBlit and .he jlrplane lajidea there wen All (jiil Guides ol Si. Mary's church are rcqueslerl lu ljcl al tile club rooms at 7.IJ sharp lonifilii. The Villard VV. f. T. f. ami I'm Irul W. C1. T, I', are Bivinj; a ]iantryl sale anj garden social on Dr. I.over- Ing's lawn on June 21sl. Saturday. The Daughters and o! Eng- land ;ire holding a picnic un Wednev ilay iifterncjuii nn- lElu at Tho Mils Marks who nave Lcen thi; guests of-Mr. nnd Mrs. Cle.iry on Ihelr way honie from Ihc ''oast have resnmeil iheJr.Journey casL Tile 'CounlesVof Ua? rc- cenily publislied a book'on the which is chuslnp conpldcrable Interest I here" and abroad. Ilcsidcs licing an (fitenslvc lariij owner in England anil IbeiliE a she Iia5 'the repntalioii Ihc licst drcs-- il woman 'in Kngland. Mrs. Ciear entertained Fri- lay evening flu honor of'Miss.GlP.dys limK n-lio tlm midnight train or an citemlcd'vlsU.ip the coaEl. soil Gor- don; arc. the. and Mrs. ed Davoy for a short in the (Tit? Cbuucbes He Called To Ratify I'cacc Kill' Vacanl Agreement Autumn called for the special pur- ol ratifying Ihe ciace treaty and pitslnp a Dominion franchise act Is regarded In molt quarters now a certainty. In view of the fact that there ii no provision for IKe holding of which would give re- turned soldlert and women the right to vote In all constituencies, there talk of Ihe government and oopclltlon agreeing to fill present vacancies without con- tests' on i basis, Quebec East, Queen. P. E. I.. Glengarry, North Ontario and Asiinlboia are while Hon. RoJolphe Lem- leux tils for two leala. Maisson- and Gaspc. Should such an arrangement he reached, he prob- ably would retire at meniber for Gaspe, making lix vacancies tc be fill to. Cabinet reconstruction might create i, coupte more, which would also be filled agree- ment arrived at. Such an arrangement wotiEd mean a full representation in par- liament when the house meets In the autumn. Midsummer Follies Hanclng 9 to 2 Dancing TWELVEPIECE ORCHESTRA Japaneie Tea Garden-Card Room-The Belter 'Ole SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER AND GIRLS' CHAPTER 0. D. E. FAIR GROUNDS-JUNE ZOili KEEP THE DATE OPEN DEATH ROBBED THE GALLOWS 1C.-DDalh best law hy live days. vlLm yesterday in 1he infirmary or c- o- o- o .0- SOCIAL, EVENTS- Ada Sj.iin-aV (jave a nilscellan- evening in bride- Christian Science Society. Hull Illork, 711, SI. (crounJ floorl. llesnlar .vcekly Icslimony meeting on Wed- evening al S o'clock. Christian and I1. W. II. X. will meet wifn Mrs. Hcalli. 1552 Cih Ave. S.. Wcnnesday nlter- loon all lailies of the. church invited. Prayer mcctlUE on Wednes- day night at llie church. (.'Loir prac- tice on Thursday niElil. Sunday school picnic on Friday afternoon. All schol- ars meet at Ihc church tit 4 o'clock. HIOFC coming later meet-at Ihc Leth- briilKe LaunJry al 6 o'flock. United evening at 7 o'clock. Hoy Sfrouls; Monday even- ing at S o'clock, board of stewards in parionase; eieculive of W. M. S. ill the hall at S o'clock on Monday. Tues- day evenhiB at S o'clock. Chrislian Endeavor in Ihc chim-h.. C. G. I. T. meets Tuesday evening. Wednesday evening, prayer service in Ilic hall. Thursday evening, senior choir. Pentecostal Assembly of God, meet UIIJIIIUV "V------- gallons ot petrol left In ncicnl lor a further nigh! o[ 10 bourn. Jajl luDerculosls claimed Jn- ns nn Austrian Pole, who l Iho March lerm of Ihe courl of bench ivas sentenced by Mr. nstice to hang on Juno 20 lor be murder of Peter DUhkent, an Aus- rian, on the night ol December IS ast....... in Moose Hall, lllglnbolliam nlpc.k. en trance on 2nd Ave. S. Wednesday al lie. gathered lOfSp.m sp'end a'nit- ".-wish Iheir friend a''most hapjiy Iiitlirc. The guest or honor waa (hii'recipient of many oIMriXndshlp. -t- Jf 4'-l' EDMONTON. GIRL.lS OECOBXtEpii'FOR HER A'AR WORK t Au Kdmonion born Kirl, .Miss Dor othy Micdonild, daughter or Mr. n. W. Macdonald. ol this city, was de- mobilized in England last month, nricr-lwo years' continuous scrvlr.e in Ihe Army Service Corps, and the land durius the iatier- part or which fiho -was asslslanl snfiervlsor in the' land army. In recognillon-.or her services Mifs ths Gooil Service Ribbon, and "in adtlilion ImU been awarded Hie bar to Ihc ribbon, this latter decoralion (being one which is rather sparingly.; licstowcd. ns out of some SO in Ihc area fn which Miss Jlncdonald served only three received Ihe liar. Mlsa Mardonald expects lo sail for Canada In the latter part or July. "Prayer and Tlio Word." There will be n special business meeting al ler tlie regular service 6n Wednesday ivery member ia urged, to be prcsenl Nn meeting on Friday In' llie hall. Pentecostal Mission, 205 IStli St. Thursday, regular meeling at S Salilrday al S p.m.. prayer and praise A nearly welcome to all. Lelhbrldge BlbFe School, meets Thursday at S p.m.. corner 3rd Avc and 811, St. Subject lor tins week wil he the second lesson on the "Second Goiulng Scries." lis Sold in Four Reach from York to Denver, Colo. Would ver The Nursing Mission froihleJ Tlnltlng nurse; for nn- lernfty nrd all medical and surgical CP.BCS (eicept conlag- fou3 diseases) and cherecs ac- cordingly .'to (be of Ihe pallenl. Baby Clinic Mothers' 'arci Ilivllcrt to their, habfes to Ilio MlRHLon un any Wednesday afternoon-whci Inslrnrtlons regarding (ceding mid general care Ve carccly saw the sun. or moon slarg. For hours we saw hem. The fog was very dense and I llines'we lull to descend lu within 00 feel of Hie sea. "For four hours our machine was covered with n alieel of ke caused by rozrn alecl. At nnollier lime the fog laid end. Thus :k ol Tan fiicf from "Now York inro'lish Chicago io'JUfiivcr, Colorado, or they would form n double-Irack of Tanlac from the Great Lakes to the. Gulf of Mexico.. Piled end on end Ihcy would lower 135 times as hlEh as 1'lkcs PcaC or rise 13.333 times higher than Ihc-Woolworth Building In New Ihc. lallest building In llie The demmid .for Ta'n'llo has becomi So greaV'lhal ils sale inslead of being AT 2 P.M. Given by Willard W.C.T.U. and Central W.C.T.U. llil'nol. work and Tor n few minutes t was very nlarmlng. i "U'e looped Ihe loop, I do licliovc. nml did n vcryxslccp spiral. VVo did sonic very comic stunts, for I have had no sense of horizon. ''The-. windJi were favorable all llie way, norlhneat, times spillh- wcst. tVo said In N'cwfoiindlanil thai would do the trip In 1C houra, but wo never thought we should. An hour nnil 3 li.ilf before wo saw land wo had no ccrlnln Idea whcro we were, Ijnt finally decirjcd we were nl Oalway or [harcahouls. dcHchl In Feeing Kastal'aild Islnnrts, five, miles west of CHf rtcn, wns The people did no' knnw who we were and thought woro scouts looking for Alcock. "Wo encountered unfnrpecn.clrcurtT; alnncfea. We" did suffer from cold; or oxlmiislloji, except when' looking over tlie side; then HID sleet'choivtirt hits out of our faces. drank cfcf- fre nnd ale and sic fanclvflchca nhd chocolate. i Should Use Flying Boats ''Onr flight lias shown (lint llm Al' Inntlc lllgtii Is prarllralilo liul t Iliink Ijc done, not ulrplaiio ineasurcd hy Ihe gross as other pre- pafal'irflia Vive been, is ilov reckoned liy'.lKEVcaTload, and even hy Ihc Iraln proof of this it is a note- that tho leading ilrilgglsl none of Jobbers everywhere now buy Taillac llmost .exclusively in car load lots. To supply'the Pacific Coast trade alone, requires from (orly lo fifty car qecis per ycnr.. Jobli'crs of the nild- dlc'west.are EclliuK from seventy lo eighty c.ira per year. was so dense Ihal my spcc.-l Indicator The-.wcll known drug firm of lies- Us Drug Company of Tennessee, has sold over forty car loads since Ihc introduction of Tan- lac In. that, slate lour years' ago. Within Ihc past ninety day.', Icn cur loads of Tanlac have gone lo sup- ply Ihc dcmo'Jd of British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Albcrla and .Manitoba, Canada. The Owl Drug Company of Kan Francisco, llie retail drug- gists, nil Ihc Pacific Coast, state Ilia1. Ihcy liavc sold more than bot- tles at relnll. which surpasses ,the remarkable record of the Jacobs Plidnfiacy Company of Atlanta, who sold approximately bot- tles fit retail. Tanlac is composed of the most beneficial roots and herbs knonn lo pclenck Tho formula compiles with all haflrical and state pure food and h'laws of hotli the United Slates and Canada; and ahjolnlc mcvrll nnd merit nlor.p Is responsible, for Us phenomonal ,iml iinprcccdcntcO suc- New Summer Dresses IN and COMBINATIONS OF GEORGETTE AND SILK. These arc the List word in style jiirt fabrics. silks with, plnln georuetlc, olhers in lancy rlnlrt siltis wil'li BCnrgctle; n very cffocl- Ive alyle made of fancy printcd-seorEcttcl ant] silk. JUST RIGHT STYLES, JUST RIGHT PRICES. Xd'mailer you want In Dresses, you'll find il here. THE STORE OF VALUES Tanlac Is sold In I.elhbrldBO bv John Tllejiihollinm Co., In Tied dill by JJonlhifrnl liy'Dininonil Drnj: 'ft. fllMToncry ilJIr'd New Blouses SPORT STRIPES Plain while silk waists with wide sport stripe ill lilue, gold autl hello stripes. These u-alals wash; well and have R splendid appear, nncc. The newest waff I for summer wear. I'ull ranso of D 7 r bites; J v. WHITE SILK WAISTS A splendid fiuallly of while Inb' silk, in a very prelly flylc, >wllh double cuffs nnd trimmed with largo pearl buttons; ne'.v c AA slj-lc. and ftcsl miallly of silk al, each O.vU SPECIAL WHITE WAIST A special whllo waist In good quality of hubulal. These are made with convertible collar and. new style tucked front; full r CA range of trimmed with pearl buttons, at................. VedU Rylands ;