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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TAGE TEN T1IK LBTlUmiHtiK UAH.T HEHALD Pull .Daredevil Stunts While' Feet f Above Toronto NEW BOLSHEVIK IIEUSIXOKOKS, May Tha soviet government his in- inxluced a new chronology Vs wheroby thfl year October K, tie ot the cs- ubllshment ol tie BolsneviV The year is to contain 2S5 worWig Says. Ihroujh spice tt TD iutlei.an tour in an plane, piloted ty .MULon ElUoii a! Ihe S.-A. Aero Corps. Ueut. O. 1.1. Ijx-klear ot the same unit from FOrl Worth. Teias. and F. C. Erlcson ol Toronto, clrotbed out past Ihe sec- ond bay on the lOTver wings ol the plane, and irises the. Kins sup- ports, hunt sul over lue wing ilpj, while the machine was at in altitude of about 1500 feeL t Tbis the firs; time in the historj ol aeronautics that this feat has ever been At man tlmei during the long Slight il was appar- ent that the machine taied to its with the unusual Elrak placed upcn X and stemed is i! ihe test would end in disaster. ever, foriunttcly for the "dared a lucky landing .wua made after more than thirty.mlnmej In the air. At one time dtzrlQg the flight 1 Locllesr was on Ite Sop of the up- per pltue hla arms held atove his head! A stunt of that nature ctn be accomplished oalv bj a nerve ttat places humaji Wea In the The young oiflaer has often accom- plished th'.s feat, which ho considers tnore dangerous than hU regular stunt -n-ori of passing from one ma- cblno to another while at a very low kltliuile, and while -Jiey are travel- between and 70 rullea an hour. Vesterdtiy at- Leislde it caused tha lo hold their breath ar.d gasp as the officer could be itan hanging from the landing structure .Blid a moment liter, rua- cblne came clcse sae him swlnf Rcross the tot-ween them and krasp the under slructara of the p: Prevalence of Venereal is "DrjV Busy al Toronto TORONTO. May race in danger; we arc. Eavlnj rapidly to the sitte doom si and Dr. tno eminent English, 'sociologist. In an Interview her? IMI Dr. SaJeobj's pepyltulsdc bistd on the prevalence of rener- IJELLICOE ON AUSTRALIAN TOUR ALBANY, May 11-- Admiral "Sir 'Mb' tab IJiiltsh lauded hrrc ou his mis- sion of reorganising the Australian navy. Tha cruiser Melbourne and all deairoreri arrived ut TonrmUle. Ad- JelllcxM rill proceed and atop oil many ol the Autlrellii dtlti. -AVant Iron Springs t'aslor lojri'oiyi Church Would Break (From Our Own BARON'S, Msr Ccuotrr comedy produced hare years to? and oce of the best ever not only ta Europe, but ia ,nd on -izfl tiit an? up having ch.ll- tlreii .jacsute ii Is loo expas'.ve Or too cinch trouble, Are Busy TORONTO. XaV from Auttralto, Eus'anJ, France. Gwlizer load and Japan, ire la cliy to attend tte world's prohfjlilon con Iprtnce, icdar told proTlEiciai "PTO- tlbhlon coavenslon in Hall (Ftcra .-SPRING Alta. '-May Nlr. and Mrs., Byron Nelsou relurneil j weei to make tholr home amoug TM after Mr. Brnm'e in tVaoce irlth ihe American army, ft't welcome these young people Tery coV- here. Is to 6a played on FrWaT. I that the success of the tecpemnco F tbe 13ii ol June, under iba o( the Tennla Club. -Mr. Gracs, who la ID Jias itcured somo ot the taleal procurttle, and e hlgU- Ij euccfiMfnl U a5- ;ured. It la erldeot that the Tennla Club Is from tbay ma o! tcllcvs tiit Fridays aod ISlbs arc lucky.. The -Baroas Dramatic Socle.r 13 also Emltlng on a plftj, a tffalr irritlen speclallv Tor the ocvaslcn by -Mr. T. HL'P. Heathcote and endtled "The AdTenhirws." To thin 'The Aflvcntwrcss'' .i eqtiBl to nny ol tha by Mr. HezlS- cotp Iio.-o, to cause htre nieaiis mnch to then -at home; ihA: the defeat of the leinper- ance cause In Toronto on the fo-nh- comlas relereodcm would meaa a set- bsck far la the countries from whence ihyr cime. They Impressed upon their .hearprs Ihe graai responsibility -which Is upon Ontar'o' and they eimscdy besoufiht in tbe supra rue full not y'el bssn IU 'prcftablj Conslable Hoard man of Coal Creek (Ms the i Chief Going East to Hariiaj r TERME, .-May PrortDoIml Joaeph .Boartrdan, iTlio v been ilatloned tL Cotl Creak tor ot tha Fercie police .to Uka up tha pYaci made by Gwrf BaarUmkn.U irill- tewiro ID .this- district and will afiBiUine tiuUea 130 the lirst-rf Jtne. .3rd. of June Ipr "his" liSw" tome he goes" to Join brother "in -basin BEE. posiuAa Eade TEcant 'al Coa treefe by the promotion of Copstable Bcardman be filled by a.relurnei in accordance the. policy of the prorinL'jal government in Ing 'first chanqe to returned, men nrho can clTJ P. positions. hA. sraall> blaze. In a; liable tt tho nprlh end of ;thjs .mornlpg, sfe a f ruir-year-bltl boy) Isbh" ot J. Kai iblr. Hie oiejer. caus'efl -the lire de- jisriinent a'long'run. Thfl stable -nearly des-roycd, no Insurance bein_ wrried. Theflbss amounta to JlnO.OO. For Carter's Little wifl set you right overnight Purely Vegetable The dale, hms deflnJtelj- EsLUed.. but be about July Isi.' J At the annasr meeting board o[ tbe Barons and Laks church- es last a board of the traa .appointed, con- sisting ot Messrs. Duraap, Kennedy and Vetiablea, for Barons, aod Sherwood and Murdo McLean, for LEie. An-lcviiatlon TTBS ei- lended to Rer. PJke, o( Iron, Springs, pastar for the coming ear. Messrs. Burnap. Joanslon and imbel ivere appointed steTrards. urdp McLean ww ap pom ted dele, tate to tha district meetins at betb- -tfge VD the 22nd. At the church wrrlta at Wntte Late ott Sunday contregatlon inviltd j to accept the pastorate f tbit JOT the ensuing year, the to breafe aTaj- from urona and "peddle their trrn canoe." aieral of thoae preienl, undertook 9 doobltf their subscriptions to tbe burch fnndt tn.the event of Mr. Mal- ty accettlng. i A 6t the con- gregatkm-wEs'cAlled for Monday era- "Jig (o dlBciui tie' miller, at Tfoich ___decided thal-tt -ifould ba Ira- puntfalB to pet matters "adjuateti ime for thta yetr. but It fc Lhe Inlen- lon nwraoera to liaya mailers ib.errmiifed tiat" the can be made' neit ywr, ami the hop2 thai Mr. Malley-imiffbt-. position lo Late 'onrar. tns pasiorflte. Mr Chadeey, of Edmonton, provin- cial uJAnBger ol iba Policy Holdera' MntnAl Life Ipsurance Co., iz a Tisltor In town this Mr. _'or the McClafy Co., the giiest ol and Mrs. Jpe Welsh orer Iho ibetn to food tert neil fall. The Ontario pnriilbltloa conTentlon neM under the auspices of- Alliance was concluded Ing preparations (or sn eztenslre campaign in connec- ilon wllb. ibe coziinf refare'adam lu Onlirio. A great to the dliirlci, We the return of Lieui. J. Barftc. o( tae BrltUti array and are very pleased indeed that au fcaroa or accident of "any kind befell hln da: hla aerJal Mr. S. Crocker rclurnod on Ssl- urday evening from a irlp to Vaa- couwr, D.C. by way of Spskane. golnj; tbroagh s iCooienay ard Airowhead and re turn! up by the main line through Calgary. Sunday last irti sttnbly 10 take pan Jarge aa- Hon. M. i tbe ttonjinicn A C. Broolte Marslaud. manager ot the Union Bank al Giieipb, has been, transferred to Toronto. Eraaa of HuniETllle succec-Js him. Bible cfass. We appreciate his Uudness in'thlg ruost noble ef- fort. Room for mora yei. Come and Icara of one -vs-ho Is capable and Hev. save us an. txctllent' Eermcii- ou church aucodBnce ivas moft helpful. Prom Dr. Ferffiison il is I earned ihir we iney noLbave Rev. Mr. long, so his Instruc- 'Biblc class at 'i.3U p.m. Church ser- vice et -1.30'p.nj. A danco Saturday eve- ning Tor Red (Tross boncfli. Mrs. Mot roiv gave a cushion Tor raffle, which ne-iied J6.5P. Allogelbcr Ihe proceeds of Ihe-cvealog were ?25.00. An Seasonable All Ready-to- Wear Things. I Priced Lower for Fri, i5k Hosiery for 4he Holiday If you telephone merely for-tea without 'specifying BLUE RIBBON ?EA yourv grocer may think you are not very pay. ,v HOLEBROOF HOSIERY, PER PAIR Blsck, Vbiter buck, brdwu. naty, grey, pearl, RADIUM HOSIERY FOR WOMEN flltct, whlla, brown'. chucpRgne, grey. sand. WINSQME MAID HOSIERY A full fashioned .hose heavier .weight eiik; ;col9ia Virovrn, groy, purple, .itearl, grwn. i KAYSER ITALIAN, ALL SILK' Black. emerald, "sand, "c pink nnd sky. A DANDY SILK HOSE AT niack, white, sand, grCf, ploJc and aky. CHILDREN'S COTTON and LISLE HOSIERY While, black, browo, skj ami ifliilr.! Priced al 50c, 60c and 75c CHILDREN'S FANQY 50c A lull ra.ute of slztB, ii Up to roll lovia, plnV. and T-'htte, sky snil white, black and white, fine quallly Jlile. AVOMEN'S Firle SeamlessLlSLE HOSE' I -Penman'? and colors (en. trc'y, Brer, smoke, black aiid' Wli'lle.'' Parasols and Sun- f si CMILEDPGE il The caie ol Kinds TI. one (or br tht straylnj of catUe on to Und and part of lha reported In Ihe Herald on reBUllerl In hia lord- fchlp dlsm.iBtag (he plaiaUH't sulL The snprerae court today has toforti it the case of Wondenburg TB. Full- Tbis Is :lber" sequence of pam- to prBTiouc.ly, granted trie plaintiff for the aliens-' Von ot tbe Bffectlons of bit uife bv The present to de- I iPTTQi'ne OTrnenblp ot properly to Uallsfj- the claim. The -defendant, Ful'.nwr, Is alleeod lo ti73 turned over ;wbat property "he had, .In the sale of land, horiea, etc., to his Tal'lier and trotbsr., Thc oltr of Wel'z a-nt an Inrl- lo lo stend fti there- In tbe "election to tbe Cb a rater of Dejiutli 'v. a w. v. A. MEETING Sundaji Afternoon 3 O'clock Every member is urged fo be present busi- ness of vital imporlBrtce-is' to.be, consid6recj. WHITE SHOES Nice Cool Summer Footwear for Street wear. A fine variety for your selection. Walk-over for Women and the Slater for Men Glrfi you posltlrb atsuraoci of'full valudi iauUlRss-faelnon and relfablHty In Ilae foot- wear They are flfour assurtncc .of ab.iolato Ratlbfacllon vrhan you 'Eo ,io selecl Summer shoos. ,Thcy maintain comfort and til, while providing tho maxi- mum of alylo andibcauty. Those well made, imart and comfottable, and are midcralcly priced. Iwlted to sea the Suinmor flhofflag ol "styles. We know' you will buy them and wear them with NEW STOCK JUST TQ HAND FOR THE HOLIDAY Plain and (ancy in shades rose, rojul line. Band, emerald, American, red, ncv Lro.irn acd other shRdes. Priced at to J6.00 7- LITTLE GIRLS'. FANCY SHADES KAYSER SILK GLOVED- Colors black, sand, chain pa gn .KAYSER SILK GLOBES AT si.od, black and whito only: 'Black, ahlle and Ian. 65c, 75c, ?1.00 and HUFNER f he Shoeman .Ncxt'MercHanls' Bank THE BEST FRONT LAQED CORSET IN ALL AMERICA The corset with ihe' esfentEal patents' tfaat give H grace, ccmforl und durability- FOR SLENDER', STOUT AND" MEDIUM FIGURES In plain or brocaded BelHop at per pair 1 to v I CALL. FOR BOOKLET ON COftSETRVt LADIES" PANAMA RiiMors 'and' flops. and LITTLE GIRLS' SUMMER-HATS Fn n big variety ol stj-lt-g I Sefect Yoisif EequiireBrient's m'UndermuS- lixus from 'tine Newest Stocks and Gowns and Cortet Covers and Drawers at Jersey Bloorne'rs and Underskirts at v up to New Dresses for Holiday .TrarJe Combinations of Georgelle and Fou- lard, latest Creations, sinking in navy, purple and laupe and NEW DUCHESS, AND TAFFETA DRESSES la comb Infill on tflfrelrv' and foulard or pnrhesn and plafn IfllFeia, ihowinfi tho ilewMrtl) trimmings nnd rulflRH, i Jt Priced at and :A Splendid Stock, of Waists and 'Middies to Make Selection From, 20 StYLES IN LOVELY FINE VOILE f v WAISTS alien 36 to 14, Irom 'J8 COAT OR PULLOVER .MIDDIES f! Plain whiter, white jvldi colored coltr-rs, .aho rose, nAnfi, hlne peach, al" and up U WILL BE "CLOSED ALL 1 OPEN FRIDAY EVENING UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK v ;