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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Heralds Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It SATl'HDAY. M.MU'.ll 111, 19UI AUiFivr.v PAC1K SEVEN Trans-Rockies Flight Is Awakening Great Interest Among- Pass People 'FLU SITUATION Daily Enquiries iking Itvccived Not for About Thico Months Vet MORK OF the Ul'- ihoro rail tV FtKtuM 1 th.- of dci: TK1AL ill' ami if Lt It iui dmtlit it liu juai-il'-Ml.nity IJiyM H liiU-iuIrM "to Want Government Action 'M'lfiKC. i thn uf city council UeM la-it Schools and VJII of .Sellouts Open on convinueo to ii uns. There wen pvsh h'Xi noon, iiniN qua runt ii'. K-s v.'vr to lay. deaths. n "U-- faent in- only twt i.'s fiimniiiiiLir-fl up nire from ivMeii i'r." wu.i Ii> 'JntiutMl lo die Civic Employes State Demands; Eight Hour Day Is Asked For There no Great Inleresl is already being manifested ntong tho Pass over the announcement that the firsl trans Rockies flight you'd follow the C. P. H, branch throufili the Crow. Enquiries ors already coming in to Hhe Herald office to the flight will take place, whether the pilot stop at nny cf the towns cnrouls ar.d the peop'o in the inter- towns wiil be able to the memorable event.' So far The Heraltl has learned, the flight will not be at- Umptcd Lefore two or three months as there nrs innumerable details to arrange aj yet. In .the first place, the very important item of must be ar- ranged. there fs the matter cf exact routing, p-jfac, mtdalt, end a fev; other essentials. And tin flier hss to be chosen. The latter (frchlem Is r.ol (jo- Ins to be difficult except in the matter of choosing one cr two cm' cf the hundreds who will ap- for privilege the first msn to clamber the by .-ilr. Right in Le'.h- Lfirjgc today there is a young chap who did his share of flying In France who is moving 2nd earth for the opportunity to mske the Journey. He has wired the coast authorities and is hop- ing for a favorable answer. c FORM LEAGUE HERE Incidentally tilers is little matter which airmen in this dis- 1 triot should be considering. The AerJa! League of Canada is being organised, pnd out ,at> the coast there is a strong branch which, with the Vancouver World, will organize1 the coast_end of the experimental ftijht. But it is the wish of the promoterSj who are anxious that the west may not lag in forwarding1 commercial- avfc- titn, that the airmen in the larg- -er., cities in-B., C, Vir-iich Will be touched Irakis-Rockies contest, jthouta also organize of the Aerial S League. There'are quite a number "-'of pilots Ih Lethbridge and South- ern Alberta 4iho have done their share'.of fightinfl over the Hun and are not afraid _of any 1 stiint that yet been psr- in; the in order tiidtjthe- Lethbridge end 'of the p.'opofcd. be. properly rirrfnned it rs hoped that" plans for-joroanirlng here will be under- tnlcen [n the near future. In a letter from John M. NeTfor, editor of the Vancouver World, who conceiYs.d.utfie "dea of the trans-Rockies'7flight in order to prove the possibilities of the air- plane in the .westifor mail trans- portation, he some new in- formation about ths Some 'Details There arc hetivecn tivn ami three bumli'Gil flying men. in YRHCOUV- Ff. One. which is Beting right hamE 'inan. on'tlw Italian front, aiut his reg- ular flyUis over ttio A'Vilher regular Trjuiijt-r: la the.secrc-. liir jol> chasing I being-In tho'air for nine hours at ri lime over long strelclies, "r HH'l liono -to 'fc.ivu or jjossibly of Uio liest nine-nines [irailabio IJom the Waf QftiCv, m tlie, Hut nusL sixty or ninety 'days, There' lit absolutely up1 Impediment 1o a, flight frotii' Coast, to -thoJ 3'rairie.s; ami rflihongh it looks very! Pliccincular these 'men are as as on I ho undertaking. I want ttjvlieli) llieiu to get Ihe League; MartctV rfglil acro3H Canada, and r.-.isc funds for (lie purpose outlined; )ti thu in tho World, and nra better'plan Irian by nu flcUial flight In Iho manner ttr first cctialdereil n noh-slop-' Jlfyht from Vancouver to Calvary, but liltiinnlely lliis for otic wiil even better kitchen chairs; quantity oi nearly new inlaid linoleum fitted to kitchen; jiair of statuettes; pictures; items Of glassware and china; GOLD- KNT XUGGET cooking range in splendid condiUou; kitchen cabinet; kiti'lien suntJrics; hose, piping- wash tnbs, A j TERMS CASH P.B.P. PHONES SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" DOMINION GOVERNMENT AUCTION SALE of ARMY HORSES HASTINGS PARK ARENA, VANCOUVER. B. G'. MARCH 31st, FOR ONE WEEK TILL SOLD NO RESERVE. Approximately .six hundred good Gerr ice Able lioraes in escellen? condition, of ail sizes and classes; Weight one thousand lo sixteen hundred pounds will be sold without reterre. These arc not cast horses anil are- all broken lo harrieas and Middle. They were recentfv purchased on the Prairies by Dominion Government for use by Uie Canadian Force, Siberia. Sale starts 10 a.m. shaiih Monday, Jlarcb 3Isl, ,ancl will every day thcrpaftor till all (he horses are solJ- Ijunciieon may be obtained at the Take Hastings Park car from corner at Richards and Hastiugn Btteei. Fpr further particulars 'apply General, Military Distiict- Xo. 11, Belmont Housa, Vlclorin, Uritisli BALL TONIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP GAME v At Y.M.C.A., LETHBRIDGE Adrtnma 58 Cents For Sale Etc. The Trusts and Guarantee Co., Ltd. CALGARY AND LtTHMIDCF. UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE .OF HORSES and CATTLE WILL EE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON THURSDAY, W 3rd AT TWO O'CLOCK SHARP AT JOHN BRODIE BARN, ON THIRD STREET S LETHBRIDGE v OPPOSITE THE FARMERS' FEED B'ARN Tlie following: 1 lisy marc, S ycjrs oM, ,in foal, 160D Ihs.; 1 gray mare; 4 years ohl, in foal. 1200 Its.; 1 mare! H years oW, 1200 Ihs.; 2 luy marcs 9 years oW, 2CCO Ibs.; 1 sorrel marc, 5 years old, 1300 Itis.; t bay niaro, C years 1 grey hoVao, S years.old. 1400 1 bay marn, 1 ycara old, 1300 His.; 1 brown mule, S years nbl 1200 Ib5.; 1 grey mare, S years olil. 1100 2 inarfcs, .9 years old, 2500 ]bs.; ,1 niaro colt; 2-year-old; 1 liorsft coll, 1-year-old; 1 liay saddle old; 1 bay .saddle pony. 5 ysara a1 good oiic; 1 black years old. In foal; -I fresh cons; 1 high grade roan Ihirfiam cow; 1 bull calf, 1 year old. "-s 1 grain box; I saddle; 2 heavy chains for engine and plow work, S feet ImiK, hall Inch links; 3.000 U and 15 feet long; 200 for fcnco uorli; 1 heavy cement water trough, S feet long. -1 ff TERMS OF THE ABOVE SALE OF GOODS ARE CASH, 1 Registered I'crcheron sl.illion.'S old, ISOO Ibs., a suro foal setter; Percheron stallion, J old, ISOO Ibi., a foal high grade FyrcTieron slallion, 4 years old, 1700 T'TBRM.S'OF- STALUONS-Half casli. balance to lie approrcil Joint notes payable Jan.. 1..1S20, with 8 iicf cent on credit amounts, or 8 per for cash on credit J. A. Snrith, Auctkmw- Clerk, R.C.Harvey'sHumaneDocl'.er Haring nscd Ihis docker wltli years I am placing It on tho market. results for the past _ It cuts and sear.vimmediaMy.and jirevents bleeding J: l-hsire foilnd thft TJockci1 'tots mjt'retard tlie1 th8; lamb as is the cases ju the nld method of docfcing, which puts the back one Hionlh. Sly humane d'rfcfer can be used FOR SALE R. C, HARVEY 631 5th Street S., Lethbridge ;